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A GIFT 

TO THE LIBRARY OF 

MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY 

OF NEWFOUNDLAND 

FROM THE COLLECTION OF 

J. R. SMALLWOOD 



IN lit 

Year Book and Almanac Y^ 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND 



c. 



1911: 



CONTAINING A CALENDAR AND NAUTICAL 
INTELLIGENCE FOR THE YEAR; 



AUTHENTIC AND VALUABLE INFORMATION RELATING TO PUBLIC 

OFFICES, INSTITUTIONS, BANKS, &c., OF THE COLONY; 

TOGETHER WITH A CAREFULLY REVISED 



DIRECTORY 

OF ALL TOWNS, VILLAGES AND SETTLEMENTS 
IN THE ISLAND, AND 



THE CUSTOMS' TARIFF (OFFICIAL) 

CORRECTED TO DATE. 





JUN 10 1993 



ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND; 

J. W, WITHEES, king's PRINTER. 
1911. 






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COMMON NOTES FOR THE YEAK 1911. 



Golden Number XII 

Epact 30 

Solar Cycle 16 

Roman IncUction 9 

Dominical Letter A 

Julian Period 6424 

Sundays after Trinity 24 

Septnagesima Sunday Feb. 12 

Ash Wednesday Mar. 1 

St. Patrick's Day Mar. 17 

(iood Friday April 14 



Easter Sunday April It) 

Rogation Sunday May 21 

Ascension Day " -f' 

Whitsunday" June 4 

Trinity Sunday Jnne 1] 

Corpus Christi' June If. 

1st Sunday in Advent Dec. ;! 

Christmas Day. Monday Dec. 2.'i 

Birth ot King George v., ISC'") ... June :> 
Birth of Prince of W.iles. 1894.. June2:i 



ECI.Il'SES, 1911. 

In the year IQli there will be two Eclipses of the Sun and two Peuumbral 
Eclipses of the Moon. 

1 A total eclipse of the Sun, Arril 28, 1911, invisible at Greenwich. 

2. A Penunihral eclipse of the Moon. May 12, 1911. partly visibh' at Greenwiih. 

3. A Annular eclipse of the Sun, (^ctolier 21, 1911, invisible at Greenwich, 

4. A Penniiihrnl eclipse of the Moon, November 6, 1911. partly visible at 
Greenwich. 



SEASONS. 



Spring commences March 21 
Summer " June 22 



Autumn commences Sept. 23 
Winter " Dec 22 



KULEBS OF SOME OF THE CHIEF COUNTRIES IN THE WOBLD. 




Austria-Hungary ... 

Belgimn 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Portugal 

Roumania 

Russia 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

U. States of Brazil 

United States 

Pope of Rome 



Francis Joseph, Emperor jlS 

Albert I., King I 8 

Pu-Yi ; '.... 



Aug., 
April, 



Frederick VII I. , A'lng' 

A. Fallieres, President 

William II., Emperor 

George, King 

Victor Enmianuel III., King 

Mutsuhito, Emperor 

Portirio Diaz, President 

Wilhelniina, Queen 

Haakon VII., King 

Theopolite Braga, President . . 

Charles, King 

Nicholas II., Emperor 

Alfonso XIII., King 

Gustavus v.. King 

M, Contesse, President 

Mahemed V., Sultan 

Don de Foresca, President .. 
William H. Taft, President .. 
Pius X. (family name, Sarto) 



June, 

Nov., 
Jan., 
Dec, 
Nov.. 
Nov., 
Sept., 
Aug. , 
Aug,, 



30 
19 
17 
16 June, 



April, 

May, 

May 



1830 
1879 
1906 
1843 
1841 
1859 
184.-. 
1869 
1852 
1830 
1880 
1872 
1889 
1910 
1868 
1886 
1858 



1844 



2 Dec . 
Jan., 

29'june," 

17 Jan., 
15 dune, 
30 Mar., 
29 July, 
13 Fell., 

1 De,-., 
23 Nov. , 

18 Nov., 

26 Mary 
1 Nov., 

17 May. 
8 Dec, 
1 Jau . 



1857 4 Mar., 

2 June, 18351 6 An;., 



1848 
1910 
1908 
1906 
1906 
1888 
1863 
1900 
1867 
1884 
1S90 
1905 
1910 
1881 
1894 
1886 
1907 
1910 
1909 
1910 
1909 
190a 



Calendai . 



JANUARY, 1911. 
Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — Sth day, 21i. ■49iii., a.m. 
Full Moon — 1-lth day, 6h. 55m., p.m. 



Last Quarter 
New Moon 



-•J\iwl day, 'Jh. 50ia., a.m. 
-30tli day, 01). 14iii., a.m. 



tsT Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. Johns. 





•S i 






2 


s 


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"s 


>, 


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rt 




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Pl 



1 

2 

8 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

U 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

2(1 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 



Sun. 

Mon. 

Tiies. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Pii. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tiies. 

Wed. 

Thur, 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tnes. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fii. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 



Soil's Decli- 
nation. 



Si 






S23 4 
22.59 
22 54 
22 48 
22 42 
22 3(5 
22 28 
22 21 
22 13 
22 5 
2156 
21 46 
2137 
21 27 
21 16 
21 5 
20 54 
20 42 
20 30 
20 18 
20 5 
19.51 
19.38 
19 24 
19 9 
18 .55 
18 40 
18 24 
18 9 
17 53 
17 36 



11.46 
12.61 
13.75 
14.90 
16.03 
17.15 
18.26 
19.37 
20.46 
21.54 
22.61 
23.68 
24.73 
25.76 



38.9 
50.0 
.33.5 
49 6 
38 5 

03 
553 
237 
257 

1.7 
11,7 
56 1 
15 2 

9.3 
38.6j26.79 
43.4'27.8i) 
24.1128.80 
40.929.79 
.84.0 30 77 

3.931.73 
10 9i32 68 
55 3 33 61 
17.4.34..53 
17.73.5.44 
56.4.36.33 
14.037.20 
10.838.06 
47.2 38.90 

3 6.39.73 

0.3 40.54 
379 41.33 



3 19.41 

3 47.97 

4 16.19 

4 4404 

5 11 48 

5 38.49 

6 5.03 
6 .31. 07 

6 56.59 

7 21.56 

7 45.96 

8 9.77 
8 .32.96 

8 55.53 

9 17.45 
9 38.72 
9 5931 

10 19 22 
10 3843 

10 56 94 

11 14.72 
11 31.78 

11 48.06 

12 3.60 
12 18 37 
12 '.285 
12 45.55 

12 57 95 

13 9.54 
13 20.32 
13 30.28 






.S. 

1.196 
1.183 
1.168 
1,152 
1.134 
1.116 
1.095 
1.074 
1.052 
1.029 
1.004 
0.979 
0.953 
0.927 
900 
0.872 
0.844 
0.815 
0.786 
0.756 
0.726 
0.695 
0.663 
0.631 
0.599 
566 
533 
0.500 
0.466 
0.432 
0.398 



to 

< 



o 
o 

5 



» Hiirli Watt-r. 



d. 

0.82 

1.82 

2.82 

382 

482 

5.82 

6.82 

7.82 

8.82 

9 82 

10.82 

1182 

12.82 

13.82 

14 82 

1582 

1682 

1782 

18.82 

1982 

20.82 

218' 

22.82 

23.82 

24.82 

25.82 

26.82 

27.82 

28.82 

0.09 

1.09 



a.m. \p.m. 

7 54 4 13 
5iA 14 
54 4 15 
54 4 16 
54 4 17 
53 4 18 
53 4 



51 
51 
51 

50 
50 
49 
48 
47 
7 46 
7 45 
7 44 
43 
42 
41 
40 
.39 
38 
37 
36 



a. in. 
7 41 



19 
53 4 20 
52 4 22 
52 4 23 
.52 4 24 



2). w . 
8 05 
8 21 8 45 

8 58' 9 22 

9 33 9 .57 
10 10 10 34 

10 50 11 14 

11 3111 55 

06j 30 

1 261 1 50 

2 .58! 3 22 



7 35 



4 25 


4 26 


4 27 


4 29 


4 30 


4 31 


4 33 


4 34 


4 36 


4 37 


4 39 


4 40 


4 42 


4 43 


4 45 


4 46 


4 48 


4 49 


4 51 


4 52 



4 17, 

5 16' 

6 14 

6 57 

7 40 

8 16 

8 49 

9 26 



4 41 

5 40 

6 .38 

7 21 

8 04 

8 40 

9 13 
9 50 



10 06 10 30 

10 49 11 13 

11 .32 11 56 
24 

1 08 1 32 

2 16 •> 40 



3 24 

4 16 



3 48 

4 40 



5 (6 5 30 
5 48 6 12 



7 06 
7 18 
7 54 8 18 



7 30 
7 42 



Meteorolog-ical Keg'ister for the Month of January, 1910. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.530; Lowest, 29.100; Mean, 30.070. Thermometer— Highest, 
54.00 ; Lowest, iJ.OO ; Mean Max. Temperature, 5'4.26 : Mean Min. Temperature, 23.24 ; Mean 
Temperature, 20.10; Rainfall and Snow (inches), 2.77 ; Prevailing Winds, N. k W. 



Calendar. 











FEBRUARY, 1911. 












Phases of the Moon. 


First Quarter 


— 6th day, llh. 57m., a. m. Last Quarter —21st day, Oh. 13m., a. ni 


Full Moon 


-13th day, 7h. Bm., a. m New Moon —28th day, 9h. Om., p. m. 


2nd Month. 
28 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John 


s. 
I£iKh Watur. 


i 

o 


o 


"5 ajS^ . <u 

Sun's Uwli- -C-Z .2 So ^S .^ ' ;= 
nal-ion, o-g S Sj;^ o-g '= " 




>4 






^ 




1 




m. s. 1 s. 


d. a.m. ,p.m. 


a. in. p. in. 


82 


liWfid. 


S17 19 567 42.10 


18 39.41 0.368 


2.09 


7 34 


4 54 


8 28 


8 52 


88 


2IThur. 


17 2.57.2 42 8H 


13 47.71 0..329 


8.09 


7 32 


4 56 


9 02 


9 2(5 


84 


8Fi-i. 


16 45 80.7 '43..5il 


18 55.18 0.294 


4.09 


7 31 


4 57 


9 35 


9 .59 


35 


4 Sat. 


16 28 4.7 


14 81 


14 1.810.2.59 


5.09 


7 80 


4 58 


10 15 


10 39 


^ 


SjSUN. 


16 10 12 7 


45 0) 


14 7.60 0.224 


(i.09 


7 29 


4 59 10 56 


11 20 


87 


6iMon. 


15.52 4 1 


4570 


U 12..56 0.190 


7.09 


7 27 


5 01 11 51 




88 


7 


Tuos. 


15 33 .39.2 


46 87 


14 16.70 155 


8.09 


7 25 


5 OS 


48 


1 12 


89 


8 


Wed. 


15 14 58.5 


47.02 


14 20.010.121 


9.09 


7 24 


5 05 


2 24 


2 48 


40 


9 


Thur. 


14 56 2.5 


47.65 


14 22.490.087 


10.09 


7 22 


5 07 


4 00 


4 24 


41 


10 


Fii. 


14 36 51 5 


48 26 


14 24.17 0.0.58 11.09 


7 20 


5 09 


4 58 


5 22 


42 


11 


Sat. 


14 17 26.1 


48.86 


14 25.05 0.020 12.09 


7 19 


5 10 


5 .56 


6 20 


43 


12 


Sun. 


13 57 46 5 


49.44 


14 25.15 0012 18.09 


7 17 


5 12 


6 36 


7 00 


44 


13 


Mon. 


13 37 53.1 


50.00 


14 24.48 044 


14.09 


7 15 


5 14 


7 16 


7 40 


45 


14 


Tnes. 


13 17 46.4 


50.55 


14 28.05 0,075 


15.09 


7 18 


5 16 


7 50 


8 14 


46 


15 


Wed, 


12 57 26.7 


.51.08 


14 20 88 105 


16.09 


7 12 


5 17 


8 21 


8 45 


47 


16 


Thiif. 


12 36 .545 


51.60 


14 17.99 0.135 


17.09 


7 10 


5 19 


8 54 


9 18 


48 


17 


Fri. 


12 16 10.1 


.52 10 


14 14 38 0.105 


18.09 


7 09 


5 20 


9 26 


9 50 


-19 


18 


S;it. 


11 .55 13.9 


.52.58 


14 10 08 0. 194 


19.09 


7 07 


5 21 


10 06 


10 3 ) 


50 


19 


Sun. 


1134 63 


53.05 


14 5.100.222 


20.09 


7 06 


5 22 


10 46 


11 10 


51 


20 


Mon. 


11 12 47.7 


53.50 


18 59.44 249 


21.09 


7 04 


5 24 


11 »4 


11 58 


52 21 


Tnes. 


10 51 18.5 


53.98 


18 .5318 0.276 


22.09 


7 08 


5 25 


15 


39 


53 22 


Wed. 


10 29 39.2 154.84 


13 4618 0.808 28.09 


7 01 


5 27 


1 31 


1 .55 


54 28 


Thur. 


10 7 50.1 j.54.74 


13 88.61 0.828 24.09 


6 59 


5 28 


2 47 


3 11 


55 24 


Fri. 


9 45 51.6;.55.l2 


13 80 43 0.3.58 25.09 


(i 57 


5 30 


3 46 


4 10 


56 25 


Silt. 


9 23 44.2 


.55.49 


13 21.65 878 26 O'.i 


6 .55 


5 32 


4 45 


5 09 


57 26 


Sun-. 


9 1 28.3 


55.84 


18 12.29 0.402 27.09 


6 53 


5 38 


5 24 


5 48 


58 27 


Mon. 


8 39 4.1 


56.17 


13 2.36 0.425 28 09 


6 51 


5 85 6 06 


6 30 


59 28 Tues. 


8 16 32 3 


56.48 


12 51.88 0.448 29.0916 49 


5 37 . 7 06 


7 .30 






Metec 


rological B 


3g-iste 


r for thd Hont 


h of ] 


?ebru 


ary, 


1910. 





liarunieter— Highest, SO.-lOO; Lowest, 28.900; Mean, 30. POO. Thermometer— Highest, 
63.00; Lowest, — 2; Mean Max. TSiflperature 32.1; Mean Min. Temperature, 20.J ; Slean. 
reniper.ature, 2(1..^. ; Rainfall (inches), 7.18 ; PrevailiuK Wind N. W. &. S. W. 



Calendar 



MARCH, 1011. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — 7th day, 7h. 31ni., p.ii). 
Full Moon —14th day, sli. 'JTiii., p.m. 



Last Quarter — 22ik1 day, Sh. sr.m., p.m. 
New Moon —30th day, yh. 7m., a.m. 



3rd Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Grernwich. 



St. John's. 



Sun's Declina- 
tion. 



fi'l 
(51 
62 
63 
64 
(i5 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
7.5 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 



o 


Q 


1 


Wed. 


2 


Thur. 


3 


Fri. 


4 


Sat. 


n 


Sun. 


6 


Mon. 


7 


TlK'.s. 



Wfcl. 

Thur. 

Fii. 

Silt. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tue.s. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 



is 1 i- 

ffi .71 = - 5 


Hourly 
Variation. 

Moon's Ah'v 



High Water. 



.53 53 
31 7 
8 14 
45 16 
22 12 
59 3. 
35 40 
12 31 
49 8. 

25 42 

2 13. 

38 41 

15 7. 

51 30. 

27 52. 

4 12. 
40 31. 

16 49. 
53 7. 
29 25, 

5 43. 

17 58, 
4138, 

5 18, 

28 55, 

52 31, 
16 4, 

39 34, 

3 1 

26 25 
49 45 



.56.77 
57.05 
57.31 



2 
2 

9 
5 
5 
3 
3 
01.58.34 



m. s. 
12 40. 
12 29. 
12 17. 



.57..55I12 4, 

57.78ill51, 

57.98111 38, 

58.1 7' 11 24, 

11 9, 

10 54, 

10 39, 

10 24, 

10 8, 

9 52, 

9 .35, 

9 18, 

9 1, 

8 44 

8 27 

8 9 

7 51 

7 33 

7 15 

6 57 

6 39: 

6 21 

6 2, 

5 44 

5 26 

5 7 

4 49 

4 31 



s. 

0.470 
0.492 
0.513 
0..534 
0.553 
572 
'r.TOl 



.58. .50 

58.65 

58.77 

58.88 

58.98 

59.06 

59.13 

.59.19 

.59.23 

59.25 

59.26 

■59.26 

.59.24 

.59.21 

59.16 

59.10 

.59.02 

58.93 

58.8: 

58.70 

.58.56 

.58.41 ! 

58.241 



16 

77 608 



97 
78 
23 
33 
11 
59 
81 
77 
.51 
04 
.40 
60 
.6' 
62 
48 
2.7 
.00 
.71 
40 
.09 
.81 
56 
36 



0625 
0.640 
0.6.55 
0669 
0.082 
694 
0.705i 
0.715 
0724, 
0.731 
0.7.38 
0-744' 
0.7.50, 
0.754 
0.757 
0.760 
0.7(i2 
0.763 
0.763 
0762 
0.761 
0.759 
0.7.57 



d. \a.m. 

0.48 6 47 

1.48 6 45 

2 48 6 43 

3.48 6 42 

4.48 6 40 

5.48 6 .38 

6.48 6 36 

7.48 6 34 

8.48 6 32 

9.48,6 30 

10.48 6 28 

11.48 6 26 

12.48i6 24 

13.48'6 22 

14.48,6 20 

15.486 

16.48j6 

17.486 

18.486 

19.48'6 

20.48|6 

21.486 

22.48:6 

2:3.48j6 02 

24.48-6 00 



p.m. 
5 38 
5 40 
5 42 
5 43 
5 44 



18 
16 
14 
12 
10 
08 
06 
04 



45 10 



25.48 
26.48 
27.48 
28.48 5 
29.485 
0.97'5 



58 
56 
54 
52 
50 
47 



47 

48 

50 

51 

53 

5 &4 

5 56 

5 57 

5 59 

6 00 

6 (n 

6 03 
6 04 
6 06 
6 07 
6 08 
10 
6 11 
6 12 
6 14 
6 15 
6 16 
6 18 
6 20 
6 22 



m. p. in. 
34' 7 .58 
07 8 31 
40 9 04 

19 9 43 
57 10 21 
4311 07 

40 

42 1 06 

2 41 

4 17 

5 10 
40 6 04 
18 6 42 
.54 7 18 
24 7 48 
54 8 18 
27 8 51 
00 9 24 
40 10 04 

20 10 44 
09 11 3:3 
48 12 
03 1 27 
18 2 42 
34 3 58 
24 4 48 
12 5 36 
50 6 14 
06 7 30 
16 7 40 
50 8 14 



17 
53 
46 



Meteorolog-ical Reg-ister for the Month of March, 1910. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.460 ; Lowest, 29.3.50 ; Mean, 30.036. Thermometer— Highest, 
.50.00 ; Lowest 0.00 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 30.21 ; Mean Min. Temperature, ''4.04 ; Mean 
Temperature, 20.30; Rain and meltod Snow (inches), 3.40; Prevailing Winds, S. W, & S. E, 



Calendar, 



APRIL, 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — Glh day, :!h. :;4iii., n.m. 
Full Moon —13th day, llh. iHii,, a.irj. 



Last Quarter 
New Moon 



-■Jlstday, 
-2Stli day, 



31i. Om., p.m. 
Oh. ')4ni., p.m. 



4Tn Month. 
30 Davs. 



ArPABENT Nudx AT Greenwich. 





A 


1 




p; 




1^ 


^ ! 




CM4 


(M 


o 


o 


O 


;>, 


>, 


>i, 




a 




Q 


O 


Q 



Sat. 
Sun. 
Mod. 
Tues. 
5 Wed. 
Tbur. 
Fri. 
Sat. 
Sux. 
Mou. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Fri. 
Sat. 
Sun. 



91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 

107 

108 

109 

110 

111 

112 

113 

114 

115J25 

11626 

117127 

118,28 Fri 

119129 Sat. 

120'30'SUN. 



Mou. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 
23'Sux. 
24 Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 



Sun's Decli- 
nation. 






1 



^ .5 



;h. 




St. 


Hourly 
Variation. 


g 


CO 

s 
1 



John'; 



<» High Water. 



N'4 13 0. 
4'36 11 
4.59 17 
5 2217 

5 45 12 

6 8 0. 
6 30 42 

6 53 18 

7 15 46 

7 38 6 

8 19 

8 22 23 
S 44 20 

9 6 7 
9 27 45 
9 49 15 

10 10 34 
10 31 43 

10 52 43 

11 1331 
1134 9, 

1 1 54 35 

12 14 50 
12 34 53 

12 54 43 

13 14 21 
13 33 46 

13 52 58 

14 1156 
14 30 40 



58.05' 
.57.84; 
57.63 
57.40] 
57 15j 
56.88! 
56.61' 
56.32 
56 01 
55.69 
55.36 
55.02 
.54.66 
54.29' 
53.91 
53.51 

53' 10 
52-68 
52 -24 
51-80' 
5133 
50-86 
50-37 
49- 86 
49-34 
48-81, 
48-26 
47-70 
47-1-2, 
46 53 



»«.. s. 
4 13.23 
3 .55.19 
3 37.24 
3 19 40 
1.70 
44.15 
26.76 
9.57 
52.58 
35.82 
lfl9.30 
l] 3.05 
0^47.09 
31.43 
0.16.10 
O' 1.12 

13.50 
27.74 
41.58 

56.01 

1 8.01 
1 20.57 
1 32.68 
1 44.32 

1 55.47 
2! 6.14 
2^16.31 
2/25.98 
2'*35.14 

2 43.79 



s. 
0.754 
0.750 
0.746 
0.740 
734 
0.728 
0.7-20 
0.712 
0.703 
0.693! 10 
683 11 
0.67l'l2 



\a.m. 
97 15 45 
97,5 43 
97 5 41 
97,5 40 
97,5 37 
97 5 35 



0.659 
0.645 
0.631 
0.617 

0.601 
0.585 
0.568 
0.551 
0.533 
0.51422 



0.495 
0.475 
0.455 25 
0.43426 
0.413,27 
0.392 28 



0.371 
0.350 



5 34 

5 31 

5 30 

97 5 28 

97 5 26 

97 5 24 

97,5 22 

97! 5 -20 

97!5 18 

97 5 16 

97l5 14 

97*5 13 

97 5 11 

97 5 10 

97,5 09 

97!o 07 

97 5 05 

97 5 03 

97 5 00 

97 4 59 

97,4 57 

97 4 55 
57;4 53 

57!4 52 



p.m. 


a. VI. 


6 23 


8 26 


6 24 


9 06 


6 26 


9 44 


6 27 


10 40 


6 29 


11 46 


6 30 


50 


6 31 


2 30 


6 33 


4 04 


6 34 


4 38 


6 35 


5 17 


6 37 


5 56 


6 38 


6 28 


6 4tl 


7 00 


6 41 


7 34 


6 43 


8 07 


6 44 


8 43 


6 46 


9 20 


6 47 


10 06 


6 48 


10 52 


6 49 


11 46 


|6 50 


33 


'e 52 


1 50 


6 53 


2 54 


6 54 


3 58 


,6 56 


4 43 


|6 57 


5 28 


6 58 


6 08 


7 00 


7 06 


7 02 


7 38 


7 03 


8 16 



p. w. 

8 50 

9 30 

10 08 

11 04 

1 14 

2 54 

4 28 

5 02 

5 41 

6 20 

6 52 

7 24 

7 58 

8 31 

9 07 

9 44 

10 30 

11 16 

57 

2 14 

3 IS 

4 22 

5 07 

5 52 

6 32 

7 30 

8 02 
8 40 



Equation of Time to be added to Apparent Time to 16th, and subtracted the remainder 
of the month. 



Meteorological Res-ister for the IVEonth of April, 1910. 

13arometer~Higli&t, 30.4.y) ; Lowest, •.".i.4(;0 ; Mean, -id.flSr. Tlierniometer- Highest, 
64.00 ; Lowest, 23 00; Mean Max. IiiuiMTat'Jrr, 44.10 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 3-2.01.t; Mean 
Temperature, 3S.12 ; Eainfall (ineh3s), 1 4& ; Prevailing Winds, X, & E. 



Calendar. 



MAY, 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — itli day, '.Hi. 43m., a.m. 
Full Moon —13th day, ih. 39in., a.m. 



Last Quarter — 'Jl.st day, oli. .52m., a.n.. 
New Moon —28th day, 2h. 53m., a.m. 



5th Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 



1'21 

1-22 

I'J3 

1-24 

125 

126 

127 

128 

129 

130 

131 

132 

133 

134 

135 

136 

137 

138 

139 

140 ; 

141 

142; 

143; 

144; 

145; 

146: 

147 
148; 
149: 
150 ; 
151 





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a> 


o 




>H 


rS 


^ 






Vri 


o 


O 




^ 


>-, 


i» 






a 


p 


P 


fi 



Sun' 



s Declina- [ "3 'H 
tion. ' o-g 



O O y ^ 



^5 
X.a 



a 
a 
m 



Si 



I 


Mon. 


2 


Tues. 


3 


Wed. 


4 


Thu. 


5 


Fri. 


6 


Sat. 


7 


Sun. 


8 


Mou. 


9 


Tues. 


10 


Wed, 


11 


Tim. 


12 


Kri. 


13 


Sat. 


14 


Sun. 


15 


Mou. 


16 


Tues, 


17 


Wed. 


18 


Tlui. 


19 


Fri. 


20 


Sat. 


21 


Sun. 


22 


Mod. 


23 


Tue. 


24 


Wed. 


25 


Thu. 


26 


Fri. ! 


27 


Sat. 


28 


Sun. 


29 


Mou. 


30 


Tues. 


31 


Wed. 



(1114 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 



49 

7 



25 24 
43 8 
37 
17 49 
34 46 



51 25 

7 48 
23 54, 
39 42 
55 13 
10 25 
25 19 
39 55 
54 12. 

8 9, 
21 48 
35 7 



1.6 45.93 

.445.30 

.1(44.6 

,5|44.02 

,243.36 

,842.69 

,l|42.00 

8 41.31 

,7;40.60 

339.87 

,5;39.14 

0138.39 

,437.64 

636.87 



48 



45. 
13 3. 
25 1 
36 38 
47 54. 
58 48, 

9 21 
19 32. 
29 21 
38 47, 
47 51, 



36.09 
35.30 
34.51 
33.69 
,2i32.87 
2 32.04 
1 31.20 
6 30.34 

5 29.48 
,628.60 
427.72 
9 26.82 
7,25.91 

6 24.99 
4'24.07 
8J23.13 

7 22.19 



m. s. 
2 51 



92 
59 54 



6 63 
13 19 
19 22 
3 24 71 
3 29 66 
3 34 06 
3 37 
3 41 
3 43 93 
3 46 08 

47 66 

48 67 

49 10 
48 96 
48 



91 
20 



24 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 46 94 

3 45 07 

3 42 62 

3 39 60 

3 36 03 

3 31 90 

3 27 22 

3 22 01 

3 16 28 

10 04 

3 32 

56 12 

48 47 

40 38 



0.328 
0.306 
0.284 
0.262 
0.240 
0.218 
0.195 
0.172 



d. 




a.m. 


•2 


0/ 


4 50 


3 


01 


4 


49 


4 


57 


4 


47 


5 


01 


4 


46 


6 


57 


4 


44 


7 


57 


4 


42 



8.58 4 



9.57 



0.149:10.57 
0.12511.57 
0.102! 12.57 
0.078|13.57 
0.054,14.57 
0.03015.57 
0.0061 16.57 
0.01817.57 
0.04218.57 
0.0fi6|19.57 
0.090 20.57 
0.11421.57 
0.137 22.57 
0.160 23.57 
0.184:24.57 
0.206;25.57 
0.228 26.57 
0.249 '27. 57 
0.270 28.57 
0.290 0.23 
0.309 1.23 
0.328 2.23 
0.3461 3.23 



p.m. 

7 04 
05 
07 
08 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
17 
19 
20 
21 
22 



7 24 
7 25 
7 26 



29 
30 
2 7 31 
7 32 
7 33 



High Water. 



a. 


in. 


8 


58 


9 


50 


10 


41 


11 


46 
42 






p. m. 
9 22 

10 14 

11 05 



2 
3 
4 

4 



06 
24 
37 
26 
14 
49 



6 24 



00 
13 
02 
50 

5 25 

6 00 

6 36 

7 10 

7 48 

8 24 

9 04 
9 45 

10 32 

11 18jll 42 

11 54' 



00 
34 
12 



8 48 

9 28 
10 09 
10 56 



3 20 



7 35 


7 36 


7 37 


7 38 


7 39 


7 40 


7 41 



14 

07 
53 
06 
16 

08i 

54 9 IS 

38:10 02 



18 
26 
35 
44 
38 
31 
17 
30 
40 
32 



Sleteorolog-ical Reg-ister for the Month of May, 1910. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.3.b0; Lowest, 29.660; Mean, 29.978. Thermometer— Highest 
75.00 ; Lowest, 30.00 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 55.05 ; .Mean Min. Temperature, 38.20 •"Mean 
Temperature, 46.25 ; Rainfall (inches), 2.42 ; Prevailing Winds, N. & S. W. ' 



Calendar. 



JUNE, 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter- 
Full Moon 



3rcl day, 6h., 3:^m., p. m. 
-11th day, 61i., 20iii., p.m. 



Last Quarter — lOtli day, 5h., 20m., p.m. 
New Moon — 2(itli day^ 91i., 49m., a.m. 



6th Month. 
30 Days. 


Apparent Noon ai 


' Greenwich. 




St 


. Johns. 




Vater. 


O 

a 


a 
o 

g 

o 


o 

1 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 




o 

c 


o5 

> 


M 
•< 

c 
o 
o 
S 


5 

a 


4 

c 


High 1 














m. s. 


s. 


d. 


a.7n.\v.m. 


a. 


m. 


p. m. 


162 


1 


Thur. 


N2"l 56 32.8 


2l!'23 


2 31.88 


0.363 


4.23 4 13'7 42 


10 


29 


10 53 


153 


2Fri. 


22 4 


50.8 


20.27 


2 22.98 


0.379 


5.23 4 I2I7 43 


11 


22 


11 46 


154 


3Sat. 


22 12 


45.8 


19.31 


2 13.71 


0.394 


6.23 4 12'7 44 





02 


26 


155 


4 Sun. 


22 20 


17.5 


18.33 


2 4.07 


0.409 


7.23 4 117 45 


1 


21 


1 45 


156 


5 Mon. 


22 27 


25.7 


17.35 


1 54.09 


0.423 


8.23 


4 10 7 46 


2 


17 


2 41 


157 


6 Tues. 


22 34 


10.3 


16.36 


1 43.79 


0.436 


9.23 


4 10 7 47 


3 


12 


3 36 


158 


71 Wed. 


22 40 


31.1 


15.37 


1 33.17 


0.449 


10.23 


4 09 7 4.S 


4 


07 


4 31 


159 


8|Thur. 


22 46 


28.1 


14.38 


1 22.26 


0.460 


11.23 


4 09 7 49 


4 


48 


5 12 


160 


9iFri. 


22 52 


1.1 


13.38 


1 11.07 


0.472 


12.23 


4 09 7 49 


r> 


30 


5 54 


161 


lOSat. 


22 57 


10.1 


12.37 


59.62 


0.4S2 


13.23 


4 08 7 50 


6 


10 


6 34 


162 


ll'SUN. 


23 1 


54.8 


11.36 


47.93 


0.492 


14.23 


4 08 7 50 


6 


48 


7 12 


163 


12 Mon. 


23 6 


15.3 


10.35 


36.01 


0.501 


15.23 


4 08 7 50 


7 


26 


7 50 


164 


13 Tues. 


23 10 


11.5 


9.33 


23.88 


0.509 


16.23 4 08 7 51 


8 


04 


8 28 


165 


14 
15 


Wed. 
Thur. 


23 13 
23 16 


43.2 
.50.3 


8.31 
7.29 


11.57 


0.516 
0.523 


17.23 4 09 
18.23 4 09 


7 51 
7 51 


8 
9 


44 

22 


9 08 


166 


0.91 


9 46 


167 


16 


Fri. 


23 19 


32.9 


6.26 


13.54 


0.529 


19.23 4 09,7 52 


10 01 


10 25 


168 


17 


Sat. 


23 21 


50.9 


5.24 


26.30 


0.534 


20.23 4 09 


7 52 


10 


40 


11 04 


169 


18 


Sun. 


23 23 44.2 


4.21 


39.17 


0.538 


21.23 4 09 


7 53 11 


26 


11 50 


170 


19 

20 


Mon. 
Tues. 


23 25 
23 26 


12.7 
16.5 


3.17 
2.14 


52.12 

1 5.14 


0.541 
0.543 


22.23 4 09 
23.23 4 09 


7 53 

7 54 






24 


171 


1 


14 


1 38 


172 


21 


Wed. 


23 26 


55.5 


1.11 


1 18.20 


0.545 


24.23 4 09 


7 54 


2 


31 


2 55 


173 


22 


Thur. 


23 27 


9.7 


0.07 


1 31.29 


0.545 


25.23 4 09 


7 55 


3 48 


4 12 


174 


23 


Fri. 


23 26 


59.0 


0.96 


1 44.36 


0.544 


26.23 4 10 


7 55 


4 


36 


5 00 


175 


24 


Sat. 


23 26 


23.5 


1.99 


1 57.40 


0.542 


27. 2» 


4 10|7 55 


5 


43 


6 07 


176 25 


Sun. 


23 25 23.3 


3.03 


2 10.38 


0.539 


28.23 


4 10,7 55 


6 


24 


6 48 


177 26 


Mon. 


23 23 


58.2 


4.06 


2 23.26 


0.534 


29.23 


4 11 


7 54 


7 


06 


7 30 


178 27 


Tues. 


23 22 


8.4 


5.09 


2 36.02 


0.529 


0.94 


4 11 


7 54 


8 


04 


8 28 


179 28 


Wed. 


23 19 


53.8 


6.12 


2 48.64 


0.522 


1.94 


4 12 


7 54 


8 


46 


9 10 


180 39 


Thur. 


23 17 


14.6 


7.14 


3 1.08 


0.514 


2.94 


4 12 


7 54 


9 


30 


9 54 


18130 


Fri 


23 14 


10.9 


8.17 


3 13.31 


0.505 


3.94 


4 12 


7 54 


10 


04 


10 28 



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



meteorological Reg-ister for the Month of June, 1910. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.310 ; Lowest, 29.230 ; Mean, 29.846. Thermometer— Highest 
70.0 ; Lowest, 31.0 ; Mean Max. Temperaturg, 61.2 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 43.2 ; Mean 
r«inperature, 62.2 ; Rainfall (incheB), 4.90 Pravailing Winds, 8. W. & W, 



10 



Caleiidar. 



JULY, 1911. 
Phases of the Moon. 



First Quarter — 3rd day, 5h. 40m., a. iii. 
Full Moon —11th day, Oil. 22iu., a. iii. 



Last Quarter —19th day, 2h. fun. a. m. 
New Moon —25th day, 4h. 41ni., p. ni. 



7th Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



Sun's Declina 
tion. 



3 a 



c8 _, aj 






a^ 



St. John's 



tiO 



B 



<= High Water. 



3 

CO 



182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 



19514 



196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 



20423 
20524 

206 25 

207 26 
20827 
209 28 



210 
211 
212 



Sat. 
Sun. 

MOQ. 

Tue. 

Wed. 

Thu. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tue. 

Wed. 

Thu. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tue. 

Wed. 

Thu. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

San. 

Mon. 

Tue. 

Wed. 

Thu. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 



N23 10 
23 6 
23 2 
22 57 
22 52 
22 47 
22 41 
22 35 
22 28 
22 21 
22 14 
22 6 
21 58 
21 49 
21 40 
21 31 
21 21 
21 11 
21 1 
20 50 
20 39 
20 27 
20 15 
20 3 
19 51 
19 38 
19 25 
19 11 
18 58 
18 44 
18 29 



42.7 
50.2 
33.4 
52.4 
47.5 
18.6 
26.1 

9.9 
30.4 
27.6 

1.6 
12.8 

1.2 
27.1 
30.5 
11.7 
31.0 
28.4 

4.3 
18.8 
12.1 
44.6 
56.3 
47.6 

18.7; 

30.0 
21.6 
54.0 

7.2 

1.7 

37.8 



9.18 
10.19 
11.21 
12.21 
13.21 
14.20 
15.18 
16.15 
17.13 
18.10 
19.06 
20.01 
20.95 
21,89,' 
22.82 
23.74' 
24.65 
25.56 
26.45 
27.34, 
28.21j 
29.08 
29.94 
30.78i 
31.62 
32.44' 
33.25 
34.05 
34.84' 
35.61 
36.37 



m. s. I 
3 25.31 
37.05 
48.52 
59.69 
10.54 
21.06 
31.22 
41.01 
50.42 
59.43 
8.02 
16.18 
23.90 
31.17 
37.98 
44.31 
50.16 
55.51 
0.35 
4.69 
8.49 
11.75 
14.47 
16.63 
18.21 
19.21 
19.62 
19.42 
18.61 
17.18 
15.13 



s. 
0.495 
0.484 
0-472 
0.459 
0.445 
0.431 
0.416 



d. 
4.94 
5.94 
6.94 
7.94 
8.94 
9.94 
10.94 



0.400111.94 
0.384'l2.94 
0.367113.94 
0.349 14.94 
0. 33 r 15.94 
0.312!l6.94 
0.293 17.94 
0.274 18.94 
0.254 19.94 
0.233 20.94 
0.212 21.94 
0.19122.94 
0.170 23.94 
0.147 24.94 
0.125 25.94 
0.102 26.94 
0.078 27.94 
0.054 28.94 
0.029 0.66 



0.004 
0.021 
0.046 
0.072 
0.099 



1.66 
2.66 
3.66 
4.6;3 
5.66 



m.,p.m.\a. m. 
13,7 54 10 48 
11 36 
08 



>l- 



13 7 54 

14 7 54 
14 7 64 

7 
7 
7 
7 



7 49! 


7 49' 


7 48| 


7 47 


7 46 


7 45 


7 44 


7 43 


7 42 


7 41 


7 40 


7 39 


7 38 


7 37 


7 36 


7 35 


7 34 


7 32 



10 
13 
16 

08 
.5 00 
.-> 43 

6 26 

7 06 

7 44 

8 20 

8 53 

9 28 
10 04 
10 48 



1 30 

14 

1 44 
3 10 



34 

28 

14 

06 

48 

24 

9 00 

9 36 

10 14 

10 52 



p. m. 
11 12 



32 

1 34 
37 
40 
32 
24 
07 



6 50 

7 30 

8 08 

8 44 

9 17 
9 52 

10 28 

11 12 
11 54 

38 

2 08 

3 34 

4 58 

5 52 

6 38 

7 30 

8 12 

8 48 

9 24 
10 00 

10 38 

11 16 



Meteorological Register for the Month of July, 1910. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.260 ; Lowest, 29.410; Mean, 29.674; Thermometer— Highest 
82.00; Lowest, 46.00; Mean Max. Temperature, 73.07; Mean Min. Temperature, .55.17- Mean 
Tsmperature, 64.14 ; Rainfall (inches), 8.79 ; Prevailing Winds, S. W. & 8. E. ' 



Calendar. 



11 



AUGUST, 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 

First Quarter — 1st day, 7h. 5Sm., p.m. j Last Quarter 
Full Moon — 9th day, nh. 24ni., p.m. | New Moon 

First Quarter— 31st day, Oil. 50in., p. 



-17th day, 
-24th day, 



8h. 40in., a.m. 
01). 43ni.,Ja.m. 



8th Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John s. 



213 
214 
215 

216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
221 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
240 
241 
242 
243 



CI 


,■ 






a 


a 






a 


^ 




^ 


o 


o 


>> 


>> 






Q 


O i 



Sun's Decli- 
nation. 



Si 



1 


Tues. 


2 


Wed. 


3 


Thiit. 


4 


Pri. 


5 


Sat. 


6 


Sun. 


7 


Mon. 


8 


Tues. 


9 


Wed. 


10 


Thur. 


11 


Pri. 


12 


Sat. 


13 


Sun. 


14 


Mon. 


15 


Tues. 


16 


Wed. 


17 


Thur. 


18 


Fri. 


19 


Sat. 


20 


Sun. 


21 


Mon. 


22 


Tues. 


23 


Wed. 


24 


Thur. 


25 


Pri. 


26 


Sat. 


27 


Sun. 


28 


Mon. 


29 


Tues. 


30 


Wed. 


31 


Thur. 



N18 14 
17 59 
17 44 
17 29 
17 13 
16 57 
16 40 
16 23 
16 7 
15 49 
15 32 
15 14 
14 56 
14 38 
14 20 
14 1 
13 42 
13 23 
13 4 
12 44 
12 24 
12 5 
1144 
1124 
11 4 
10 43 
10 22 
10 1 
9 40 
9 19 
8.57 



55.8'37.12 
55.937.86 
38.538.59 

3839.30 
12.1 140.00 

3.8 40.69 
39l'41.36 
58.4'42.03 

1.8 42.68 
49.8 43.32 
22543.95 
40.344.56 
43.5:45.17 
32.445.76 

7.2 46.34 
28.2 46.91 



35.7 
30.1 
116 
40.5 
57.2 

2.0 
55,2 
37 3 

8.4 
29.1 
39.5 
40.1 
31.2 
13.2 
46.4 






^§ 




en 


JS 


s-s 


w 


(£ 


m 


SI 


Moon 


Sun 





High Watar. 



47.46 
48.00| 

48 53| 
49.05; 

49 55 
50041 
50. 52 1 
50.98; 
51.42; 
51.85 
52.27 
52.67i 
53.061 
53.431 
53.79' 



6 12.45 
6 9.15 
6 5.22 
6 0.68 
5 .55. 52 
5 49.74 
5 43.36 
5 3637 
5 28.79 
5 20.03 
5 11.89 
5 2.59 
4 52.73 
4 42.33 
4 31.40 
4 19.95 
4 7.98 
3 5552 
3 42 57 
3 29.14 
3 1524 
3 0.88 
2 46.06 
2 80.80 
2 15 10 
1 5897 
1 42.43 
1 25.49 
1 8.15 
50.44 
32.37 



0.125 
0.151 

0.176 
0.202 
0.228 
0.253 
0.279 
0.304 
0.328 
0.352 
0.376 
0.399 
0.422 
0.444 
0466 
488 
0.509 
0.529 
0.550 
0.569 
0.589 
0.608 
0.627 
0.645 
0.663 
0.681 
0.698 
0.714 
0.730 
0.745 
0.760 



d. 

6.66 

7.66 

8.66 

9 66 
10.66 
11,66 
12.66 
13.66 
14.C6 
15.66 
1666 
17.66 
1866 
19.66 
20.66 
2166 
22.66 
23.66 
24.66 
25.66 
26.66 
27.66 
28.66 

0.32 ,5 

1.32 I5 

2.32 jc 

3.32 

432 

5.32 

6.32 

7.32 



a.v}. p.m. 



41 
42 
44 
45 
47 
48 
49 
51 
.53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
00 
0'> 
03 
04 
05 
07 
08 
09 
11 
12 
14 
15 
16 
18 
19 
20 
21 



31 

30 

28 

27 

25 

24 

22 

20 

18 

17 

16 

14 

13 

11 

09 

07 

06 

04 

02 

00 

6 59 

6 57 

6 55 

6 53 

6 51 

6 49 

6 47 

6 45 

6 43 

6 42 

6 40 



40: 
12 

18 

08' 

67; 
111 

24| 
16 

6 45 

7 20 

7 53 

8 26 

9 00 
9 36 

10 



36 

1 42 



32 
21 
35 

48 



9 

3 
4 
5 

6 40 

7 09 

7 44 

8 17 

8 50 

9 24 
10 00 

14110 .38 
0311 27 



6 04 

7 06 

7 30 

8 04 

8 36 

9 10 



12 

58 
35 
43 

48 



6 28 

7 30 

7 54 

8 28 

9 00 
9 34 



9 44,10 08 

10 24] 10 48 

11 08;ll 32 
11 58' 



Meteorological Resrister for the Month of August, 1910. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.230 ; Lowe.^t, 29.690; Mean, 30.134. Thermometer- Highest, 
7S.00; Lowest, 40 00 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 68.04 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 53.22; Mean 
Temperature, 60.26 ; Rainfall (inches), 3-00 ; Prevailing Winds, S. W. & W, 



12 



Calendar. 



SEPTEMBER, 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Pull Moon 
Last Quarter 



- 8th day, Oh. 
-15th day, 2h. 



26m., p.m. 
20ni., p.m. 



New Moon — 22nd day, llh. 6m., a.m. 
First Quarter —30th day, 7h. 37m,, a.m. 



3th Month. 
30 Dxyb. 


Apparent Noon ai 


' Gkeenwioh. 


St. John's. 


1 

Q 


o 
o 

a 


o 


bun's Decli- 
nation. 






O 

|.i 




■< 

CO 

C 
§ 

3 


CD 

s 

a 

03 


QQ 

5 


High Water. 










„ 


m 


s. 


s. 


d. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


a. 


TO. 


p. TO. 


244 


1 
2 


Fri. 

Sat. 


N8 36 11.1 
8 14 27.6 


.54.14 
54.48 


_0_ 


13.95 


0.774 
0.787 


8.32 
9.32 


5 22 
5 23 


6 39 
6 37 




2 


42 
00 


1 06 


245 





4.80 


2 24 


246 


3 


Sun. 


7 52 36.3 


54.79 





23.85 


0.800 


10.35 


5 24 


6 35 


3 


16 


3 40 


247 


4 


Mon. 


7 30 37.5 


55.10 


43.20 


0.812 


11.32 5 26 


6 33 


4 


12 


4 36 


248 


5 


Tues. 


7 831.4 


55.40 


1 


2.81 


823 


12.32 5 27 


6 31 


5 


07 


5 31 


249 


6 


Wed. 


6 46 18.4 


55 68 


1 


22.68 


0.833 


13.32 5 28 


6 29 


5 


47 


6 11 


250 


7 


Thur. 


6 23 59.0 


55.94 


1 


42.77 


0.842 


14.32 5 3'i 6 27 


6 


27 


6 51 


251 


8 


Fri. 


6 1 33.2 


56.20 


2 


3.08 


0.850 


15.32 5 31 6 25 


7 


00 


7 24 


252 


9 


Sat. 


5 39 1.4 


56.44 


2 


23.58 


0.857 


16.32 5 32 


6 23 


7 


34 


7 58 


253 


10 


Sun. 


5 16 23.9 


56. 67 


2 


44.24 


0.864 


17.32 5 34 


6 21 


8 


i'7 


8 31 


254 


11 


Mon. 


4 53 41.1 


56.89 


3 


5.05 


869 


18.32 5 35 


6 19 


8 


40 


9 04 


255 


12 


Tues. 


4 30 53.2 


57.10 


3 


25.97 


0.874 


19.32 


5 36 


6 17 


9 


22 


9 46 


256 


13 


Wed. 


4 8 0.4 


57.29 


3 


46.99 


0.878 


20.32 


5 37 


6 15 


10 


04 


10 28 


257 


14 


Thur. 


3 45 3.2 


57.47 


4 


8.10 


0.881 


21.32 


5 39 


6 12 


10 


58 


11 22 


258 


15 


Fri. 


3 22 1.9 


57.64 


4 


29.26 


0.882 


22.32 


5 41 


6 10 


11 


57 


21 


259 


16 


Sat. 


2 58 56.6 


57.79 


4 


50. 4o 


0.883 


23.32 


5 42 


6 08 


1 


44 


2 08 


260 


17 


Sun. 


2 35 47.8 


58.93 


5 


11.65 


0.884 


24.32 


5 44 


6 06 


3 


04 


3 28 


261 


18 


Mon. 


2 12 35.9 


58.06 


5 32. 86 


0.883 


25.32 5 45 


6 04 


4 


22 


4 46 


262 


19 


Tues. 


149 21.1 


58.17 


5 


5404 


0.882 


26.32i 5 46 


6 02 


5 


06 


5 30 


263 


20 


Wed. 


126 3.8 


58.27 


6 


15.19 


0.880 


27.32i 5 48 


6 00 


5 


48 


6 12 


264 


21 


Tuhr. 


1 2 44.4 


58.35 


6 


36.28 


0.877 


23.32 5 49 


5 58 


6 


18 


6 42 


265 


22 


Fri. 


39 23.2 


58.41 


6 


57.30 


0.874 


29.32 5 51 


5 56 


7 


06 


7 30 


266 


23 


Sat. 


NO 16 0.6 


58.46 


7 


18.23 


0.870 


0.89' 5 53 


5 53 


7 


44 


8 08 


267 


24 


Sun. 


SO 7 23.0 


58.50 


7 


39. 06 


0.865 


1.89 5 54 


5 51 


8 


00 


8 24 


268 


25 


Men. 


30 47.2 


58.52 


7 


59 77 


0.860 


2.89| 5 55 


5 49 


8 


48 


9 12 


269 


26 


Tues. 


i 05411.7 


58.52 


8 


2035 


0.854 


3.89: 5 56 


5 47 


9 


26 


9 50 


270 


27 


Wed. 


1 17 36.1 


58.51 


8 


40.76 


0.h47 


4.89 


5 58 


5 4.i 


10 


04 


10 28 


271 


28 


Thur. 


1 41 0.0 


58.48 


9 


1.00 


0.839 


5.89 


5 59 


5 43 


10 


50 


11 14 


272 


29 


Fri. 


2 4 23.2 


58.44 


9 21.04 


0.830 


6.891 6 00 


5 41 


11 


40 




273 


30 


Sat. 


2 27 45.1 


58 38 


9 40 86 


0.821 


7.89 6 01 


5 39 





20 


44 



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



Meteorolog-ical Reg-ister for the Month of September, 1910. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.420; Lowest, 29.480; Mean, 30.270. Thermometer— Highest 
72.0; Lowest, 37.0; Mean Max. Temperature 60.8; Mean Min. T«mp«rature, 46.6 ; Mean' 
Temperatur*, 53. P ; Rainfall (rnches), 4.35 ; Prevailing Wind W. &. S. 



Calendar. 



13 



OCTOBER, 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon — 8th day, Oh. 40m., a.m. 
Last Quarter —11th day, 8h. 15m., p.m. 



New Moon — 22nd day. Oh. 38m., a.m. 
Firit Quarter— 30th day, 3h. 11m., a.m. 



10th Month. 
31 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 



4 



^ 




3 


a: 


c 




r> 


<D 


S 


IS 






o 


o 


>. 


;•> 


tA 


ctS 


a 


Q 



Sun's Declina- 
tion. 



11 


Effnation of 
Time to be 
subtracted 
from A,T. 




1 

CO 

'a 

1 


03 

c 


a 



High Water. 









o / // 


II 


m. s. 


s. d. 


a.m. p.m. a.m.j'.m. 


274 


1 


Sun. 


S 2 51 5.6 


.58.31 


10 0.46 


0.811 


8.89 


6 08 


5 37 


1 38, 2 02 


275 


•z 


Mon. 


3 14 24.2 


.58.28 


10 19.79 


0.800 


989 


6 04 


5 35 


2 48 


3 12 


276 


3 


Tues. 


8 37 40 5 


58.18 


10 88.84 


0.788 


10.89 


6 05 


5 34 


3 57 


4 21 


277 


4 


Wed. 


4 54.8 


.58.02 


10.57.60 


0.775 


.11.89 


6 07 


5 81 


4 43 5 07 


278 


5 


Thur. 


4 24 5.2 


57.89 


11 1(>,04 


0.761T2.89 


6 08 


5 29 


5 30; 5 54 


279 


6 


Fri. 


4 47 12.9 


.57.74 


11 84.18 


746 18.89 


6 10 


5 27 


6 07 6 31 


280 


7 


Sat. 


5 10 16.9 


57.. 59 


11 51.«6 


0.781 14. 89 


6 11 


5 25 


6 48 7 07 


281 


8 


Sun. 


5 83 17 


57.42 


12 9.20 


714 15.89 


6 12 


5 28 


7 18| 7 42 


282 


9 


Mon. 


5 56 12.9 


.57.23 


12 26.12 


069616.89 


6 14 


.0 21 


7 511 8 15 


283 


10 


Tues. 


6 19 4.2 


.57.04 


12 42.61 


0.678il7.89 


6 15 


5 19 


8 31 8 55 


284 


11 


Wed. 


6 41 50.6 


56.82 


12 58.04 


0.6.58 18.89 


6 17 


5 17 


9 12 9 36 


28.5 


12 


Thur. 


7 4 31.6 


56.59 


18 14.19 


0687 19.89 


6 18 


5 15 


10 10 10 34 


286 


13 


Fri. 


7 27 7.1 


.5().85 


13 29.28 


0(il6 20.80 


6 20 


5 13 


11 07 11 31 


287 


14 


Sat. 


7 49 86.6 


51). 1(1 


18 48,74 


.598 21.86 
0570 22.89 


6 21 


5 12 


09 83 


288 


15 


Sun. 


8 11 59.8 


55.88 


18 57.71 


6 22 


5 10 


1 49 2 13 


289 


16 


Mon. 


8 34 16.8 


55.54 


14 11.12 


0.547 28.89 


6 24 


5 08 


2 40 3 20 


230 


17 


Tues. 


8 56 25.6 


.55.23 


14 28.95 


522 24.89 


6 26 


5 06 


4 04; 4 28 


291 


18 


Wed. 


9 18 27.4 


54.91 


14 36.18 


0.497 25 89 


6 27 


5 04 


4 46, 5 10 


292 


19 


Thur. 


9 40 21.8 


54.57 


14 47.81 


0.471 2689 


6 29 


5 02 


5 27j 5 51 


293 


20 


Fri. 


10 2 6.8 


.54.22 


14 58.80 


0.445 2789 


6 30 


5 00 


6 00 6 24 


294 


21 


Silt. 


10 28 43.6 


.53.84 


15 9.16 


0.418 28.89 


6 31 


4 58 


6 34 58 


295 


22 


Sun. 


10 45 11.2 


58.45 


15 18.87 


0.891: 0.33 


6 83 


4 56 


7 06; 7 30 


296 


23 


Mon. 


11 6 29.8 


58.04 


15 27.98 


0.368 i.:« 


6 84 


4 55 


7 54 8 18 


297 


24 


Tues. 


1127 87.8 


52.62 


15 86.81 


0.885 2 38 


6 36 


4 53 


8 80' 8 54 


298 


2.5 


Wed. 


11 48 81.8 


.52.17 


15 44.00 


806, 3 38 


6 87 


4 52 


9 06 9 30 


299 


26 


Thur. 


12 9 21.5 


51.71 


15 50.99 


0.277 488 


5 38 


4 50 


9 48 10 12 


300 


27 


Fri. 


12 29 .56.9 


51.28 


15 57.28 


0.247 5.33 


6 40 


4 48 10 30 10 54 


301 


28 


Sat. 


12 50 20.6 


50.74 


16 2.84 


0217 6.38 


6 42 


4 46 11 2011 44 


302 


29 


Sun. 


13 10 32.8 


.50.28 


16 7.63 


0.186' 7.33 


6 43 


4 45 11 50 14 


803 


30 


Mon. 


13 30 31.4 


49.69 


16 11.77 


0.155 8.33 6 45 


4 43 1 08 1 82 


304 


31 


Tues. 


18 50 17.6 


49. 15 


16 15.11 


0.128 9.33 6 47 


4 41 2 12 2 36 



Meteorolog-ioal Register for the Montti of October, 1910. 

Barometer- Highest, 30.240; Lowest, 28.980; Mean, 29.821. Thermometer— Highest, 
68.00; Lowest, 32.00; Mean Max. Temperature, 52.27 : Mean Min. Temperature, 43.16 ; Mean 
Temperature, 48.20; Rainfall (inches), 7.32 ; Prevailing Winds, S. E. & S. 



14 



Calendar, 



Fall Moou — 6th day, 
Last Quarter —13th day, 



NOVEMBER, 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Oh. 17m., p. ni 
3h. 49i»., a. III. 



New Moon — 2 th day, 5h. 18m., p.ru. 
First Quarter— 28th day, lOh. Uin., p.m. 



Uth Month. 
;30 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 

i 




St 


. John 


s. 




8 


3 

c 
o 


M 

1 
o 


Suq's Decli- 
nation. 








< 
■I 


s 


! 

^ i 

=° 1 High Water. 


o 

1 




a 




1 


k^ti 


w| 


* 1 


1 


1 1 












m. s. 1 s. 


d. [a.m. 


p.m. 


a. VI. 


p. m. 


305 


1 


VVpd. 


Sll 9 50.6 


48 59 


16 17.68 0.091 


10.3316 48 


4 39 


3 16 


3 40 


3o6 


2 


Thur. 


14 29 9.8 


48.01 


10 19.48!0.059 


11. ,33 


6 50 


4 37 


3 45j 4 09 


307 


3 


Fri. 


14 48 14.9 


47.41 


16 20.49 


0.026 


1233 


6 51 


4 .36 


4 54! 5 18 


608 


4 


Sat. 


15 7 5.5 


4680 


16 2071 


0.008 


13. 3;^ 


6 52 


4 35 


5 38 6 02 


309 


5 


Sun. 


15 25 41.3 


46.18 


10 20.12 


0.041 


1433 


6 54 


4 33 


6 21 6 45 


310 


6 


Mon. 


15 44 19 


4553 


16 18.72 


0.076 


15.33 


6 55 


4 32 


7 01 7 25 


311 


7 


Tues. 


16 2 6.7 


44 87 


16 16.48 


0.111 


16.33 


6 57 


4 30 


7 42 8 06 


312 


8 


Wed. 


16 19 55.6 


4420 


16 13.40 


0.146 


17.33 


6 58 


4 29 


8 26 


8 50 


313 


9 


Thur. 


16 37 28. 2 


4351 


16 9.48 


0.181 


18.3;^ 


7 00 


4 28 


9 10 


9 34 


314 


10 


Fri. 


16 54 43 9 


42.80 


16 4.7010.217 


19.33 


7 02 


4 26 


10 07 10 31 


316 


11 


Silt. 


17 11 425 


42.08 


15 5906 0.253 


20.33 


7 03 


4 25 


11 04 11 28 


316 


12 


Sun. 


17 28 2:^6 


4134 


15 52.54 0.289 


21.33 


7 04 


4 24 


11 54: 18 


317 


13 


Mon. 


17 44 46.7 


40.58 


15 4516 0.326 


22.33 


7 06 


4 22 


1 181 1 42 


318 


14 


Tues. 


18 51.5 


3981 


15 36.91 '0.362 


23.33 


7 08 


4 21 


2 26 2 50 


319 


15 


Wed. 


18 16 37.5 


39.02 


15 27 78 0.398 


24.33 


7 09 


4 20 


3 32 


3 56 


%^ 


16 


Thur. 


18 32 4.4 


38.21 


15 17.80 0.434 


2o.a3 


7 11 


4 18 


4 13 


4 37 


321 


17 


Fri. 


18 47 11.7 


37 39 


15 6 95 0.470 


26.33 


7 12 


4 17 


4 56 


5 20 


322 


18 


Sat. 


19 1 59.0 


36.55 


14 55.25 0505 


27.33 


7 14 


4 16 


5 30 


5 54 


323 


19 


Sun. 


19 16 259 


35.69 


14 42.71 0.540 


28.33 


7 15 


4 15 


6 06 


6 30 


324 


20 


Mon. 


19 30 32.1 


3481 


14 29.34 575 


29.33 


7 17 


4 14 


7 06 


7 30 


325 


21 


Tues. 


19 44 17.0 


33.92 


14 15.13:0.609 


0.63 


7 18 


4 13 


7 30 


7 54 


326 


22 


Wed. 


19 57 40.4 


3302 


14 0.12 0.642 


163 


7 20 


4 12 


8 10 


8 34 


327 


23 


Thur. 


20 10 41.8 


32.09 


13 44.32 0.675 


2.63 


7 21 


4 11 


8 48 


9 12 


328 


24 


Fri. 


20 23 20.9 


31.16 


13 27.73 0.707 


3.63 


7 22 


4 11 


9 25 9 50 


329 


25 


Sat. 


20 35 373 


30.21 


13 10.37 0739 


463 


7 23 


4 10 


10 06 10 30 


a33 


26 


Sun. 


20 47 30.7 


29.24 


12 52.26 0770 


5.63 


7 25 


4 09 


10 5011 14 


331 


27 


Mon. 


20 59 0.7 


28.26 


12 33.42;0.800 


6.63 


7 26 


4 09 


11 34'll 58 


332 


28 


Tues. 


21 10 71 


27.27 


12 13.85 0..330 


7.63 


7 28 


4 08 


04 28 


333 


89 


Wed. 


21 20 49.4 


26.26 


11 .53.59'0 858 


8.63 


7 29 


4 08 


1 06! 1 30 


334 


30 


Thur. 


2131 7.4 


25.24 


11 37.65 


0.886 


9.63 


7 30 


4 07 


2 12 


2 36 



Meteorologrical Kegister for the Month of Norember, 1910. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.330; Lowest, 29.040; Mean, 29.620. Thermometer— Highest 
60.0 ; Lowest, 30.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 45.2 ; Mean Min. Temperature 33 •> • °Mean 
Temperature, S9.8 ; Rainfall (inches), 10.07 ; Prevailing Winds, N. E. & E. ' " ' - 



Ccdendwr. 



16 



DECEMBER. 1911. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon — 5th day, llh. 21m., p.m. 
Last Quarter — 12th day, 2h. 15m., p.m. 



New Moon —20th day. Oh. 9m., p.m. 
First Quarter —28th day, 3h. 17m., p.m. 



12th Month. 
31 Day.s. 


1 

Apparent Noon at Greenwich, j St. John's. 


t 

"5 
1 


1 

O 

1 


a 


Sun's Declina- 
tion. 




■^Kfiuation of^ 
Time. 

Hourly 
Variation. 


•1 

C 

o 


a 
a 

03 


Q 

00 


High Water. 












m. *. 


s. \ d. a.m. 


p.m. 


a. m. 


p. m. 


335 


1 


Fri. 


S2°l 4*1 "0.8 


24.21 


11 11 04 


0.914:10.63 7 32 


4 06 


3 17 


3 41 


336: 


2 


Sat. 


21 ,50 29.3 


23.16 


10 48 79 


0.940111.63 


7 34 


4 05 


4 14 


4 38 


337! 


3 


Sun. 


21 59 32.6 


22.11 


10 25 91 


0.966*12.63 


7 35 


4 04 


5 11 


6 35 


338' 


4 


Mou. 


22 K 10.6 


21.05 


10 2 43 


0.991J 13.63 


7 36 


4 04 


6 00 


6 24 


3391 


5 


Tues. 


22 16 22.8 


19.97 


9 38 36 


1.015 14.63 


7 37 


4 04 


6 46 


7 10 


340; 


6 


Wed, 


22 24 9.1 


18.89 


9 13 73 


1.038il5.63 


7 38 


4 04 


7 30 


7 54 


34r 


7 


Thu. 


22 31 29.3 


17.79 


8 48 54 


1.060:16.63 


7 391 4 03 


8 14 


8 38 


342' 


8 


Fri. 


22 38 23.1 


16.69 


8 22 83 


1.082117.63 


7 40 4 03 


9 28 


9 52 


343 1 


9 


Sat. 


22 44 50.4 


15.58 


7 56 61 


1.102118.63 


7 41(4 03 


9 42 


10 06 


344 


10 


Sun. 


22 50 51.0 


14.46 


7 29 91 


1.122 19.63 


7 421 4 03 


10 40 


11 04 


345 


11 


Mon. 


22 56 24.5 


13.33 


7 2 76 


1.140j20.63 


7 43! 4 03 


11 32 


11 56 


346 


12 


Tues, 


23 1 30.8 


12.19 


6 35 17 


1.158121.63 


7 44; 4 03 


11 


35 


347 


13 


Wed. 


23 6 9.8 


11.06 


6 7 19 


1.17422.66 


7 45 4 03 


1 20 


1 44 


348 


14 


Thu. 


23 10 21.4 


9.91 


5 38 83 


1.189 23.63 


7 46 4 03 


2 22 


2 46 


349 


15 


Fri. 


23 14 5.2 


8.75 


5 10 14 


1.201124.63 


7 47| 4 03 


3 26 


3 50 


350 


16 


Sat. 


23 17 21.3 


7.59 


4 41 16 


1.21325.63 


7 48i 4 03 


4 11 


4 35 


351 


17 


Sun. 


23 20 9.4 


6.42 


4 11 91 


1.224126.63 


7 491 4 04 


4 66 


6 20 


352 


18 


Mon. 


23 22 29.4 


5.25 


3 42 43 


1.232 


27.63 


7 50: 4 04 


5 34 


5 58 


353 


19 


Tue. 


23 24 21.3 


4.08 


3 12 76 


1.240 


28.63 


7 50, 4 04 


6 12 


6 36 


354 


20 


Wed. 


23 25 45.0 


2.90 


2 42 94 


1.245 


29.6S 


7 51|4 04 


7 06 


7 30 


355 


21 


Thu. 


23 26 40.4 


1.72 


2 13 00 


1.249 


0.85 


7 51 4 05 


7 41 


a 05 


356 


22 


Fri. 


23 27 7.5 


0.54 


1 42 98 


1.252 


1.85 


7 521 4 05 


8 20 


8 44 


357 


23 


Sat. 


23 27 6.2 


0.64 


1 12 92 


1.253 


2.85 


7 52| 4 06 


8 57 


9 21 


358 


24 


Sun. 


23 26 36.6 


1.83 


42 86 


1.252 


3.85 


7 521 4 07 


9 32 


9 56 


359 


25 
26 


Mon. 
Tues. 


23 25 38.7 
23 24 12.4 


3.01 
1 4.19 


12 83 


1.249 


4.85 


7 52 
7 53 


4 08 
4 08 


10 07 
10 46 


10 31 


360 


17 11 


1.245 5.85 


11 10 


361 


27 


Wed. 


23 22 17.8 


5.36 


46 95 


1.240i 6.85 


7 53 


4 09 


11 24 


11 48 


362 


28 


Thu. 


23 19 55.(J 


6.54 


1 16 65 


1.234 


7.85 


7 63 


4 10 


11 44 


08 


363 


29 


Fri. 


23 17 4.1 


i 7.70 


1 46 17 


1.225 


8.85 


7 53 


4 11 


48 


1 12 


364 


3(1 


Sat. 


23 13 45.5 


1 8.87 


2 15 47 


1.216 


9.85 


7 54 


4 11 


2 16 


2 4(» 


36.S 


31 


Sun. 


23 9 58.4 


i 10.03 


2 44 53 


1.20S 


10.85 


I7 64 


4 12 


3 22 


3 46 



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



Heteorological Bepister for the Month of December, 1010. 

Barometer— Highest, SO. 370; Lowest, 28.840; Mean, 30.043. Thermometer— Highest, 
45.00; Lowest 7.00; Mean Max. Temperature, 35.27 ; Mean Min. Temperature, -24.17 ; Mean 
T«mperttnr«, 29. J2; B«in and raelteil Snow (inches), 4.22; Prevailing Wind*, N. 4 S. B. 



16 The Royal Pamily. — The British Ministry. 

€ljc Jl!opal f amilp» 

His Majesty George V., R. I., by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of all the Biitish Doinitiions 
beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faitli, Empemr of India, horn 
June 3rd, 1865 ; succeeded to the Throne May 6th, 1910 ; married Jnly 6th, 
1893, to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck \horn May 26th, 1867;. His 
Majesty's chiklren — 

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

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

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

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

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

6. H. R. H. Prince John, horn July 12tli, 1905. 



Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury— Mr. H. H. Asquith, K.C. 

Chancellor of the Exchequer — Mr. David Lloyd George. 

Secretary of State for Home Affairs— Mr. Winston Spencer Churchill. 

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs— S\t Edward Grey, Bt. 

Secretary of State for War — Mr. Richard Burdon Haldane, K.C. 

Secretary of State for India — The Earl of Crewe, K.G. 

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

Secretary of State for the Colonies — Mr, Lewis V. Harcourt. 

First Lord of the Admiralty — Mr. Reginald McKenna, K..C. 

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

President of the Local Government Board — Mr. John Burns. 

Secretary for Scotland — Lord Pentland. 

President Board of Agriculture — Earl Carrington, K.G. 

Postmaster-General — Mr. Herbert Samuel. 

Chief Secretary for L-eland—'Mr. Augustine Birrell, K.C. 

Lord President of the Council — Viscount Morley. 

Lord Privy Seal— The Earl of Crewe, K.G. 

President Board of Education — Mr. Walter Runciman. 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster— J oseyth Albert Pease. 

First Commissioner of Woi-lcs — Earl of Beauchamp, K.C.M.G. 

[Not in the Cabinet.] 
Under Secretary of State for the Colonies— Sir F. G. S. Hopgood, G.C.M.G. 
Parliamentary Under Secretary for the Colonies — Lt.-Col. J. E. B. Seely, D.s.o. 
Secretary for the Dominiont— Sir C. P. Lucas, K.C.M.G., C.B. 



Executive Council.- — Tlie Legislature. 



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COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Population (with Labrador), Census 1901, 226,984. Capital— 
ST. JOHN'S Population, 29,594. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Island and i/n Dependencies : 

Sir Ralph Champneys Williams, K.C.M.G. 

Private Secretary — T. C. Fitzherbert. 

Aide-de-Camp — Lieut. V. H. Gale. 

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

Confidential Clerk — George K. Cake. 

Orderlies — James Carter ; P. McDermot ; ^y. Long. 



<ZEjcccutiVjf Olouncil. 

Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., K.C., LLD., Premier. 

" D. Morison, K.C , Minister of Justice. 

" Koheit Watson, Colonial Secretary. 

" M. P. Casliin, Minister of Finance and Customs- 

" Sydney D. Blandford, Minister of Agriculture and Mincs^ 

" Charles H. Emerson, K.C, ^ 

" Robert K. Bishop, ( nr-.i , n ^r ;■ 

<< t u r> /^^ i ■ r Without Portfolio. 

" John C. Crosbie, C •' 

" Michael P. Gibbs, j 

Clerk to the Council — Hon. Robert Watson. 

[The above form the Kxccutive Council]. 

Departmental Officers not in Council. 

William Woodford, Minister of Public Works. 
Archibald W. Piccott, Minister of Murine and Fisheries. 



€lje IcgijBilaturf. 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 



The Hon. Sir E. D. Shea, Kt., Pres. 
James McLonghlan, 
James Angel, 
John Harris, 
Dr. George Skelton, 
George Knowliug, 
Daniel J. Greene, K.C, 
James Baird, 
Edgar R. Bowring, 
John B. Ayre, 



The Hon. James S. Pitts, C.M.G. 

R. K. Bishop, 
'■ J. D. Ryan, 
" J. Anderson, 

" J. Harvey, 

S. Milley, 

M. P. Gibbs, 
" Wm. Carson Job, 

" John Alex. Robinson, 

" Marmaduke Geo. Winter. 



OFFICERS : 

Clerk— R-agh. H. Carter, K.C. 

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod — Charles S. Pinsent. 
Official Reporters— ^. S. LeDrew, T. J. Koran, R. W. Jeans, L.Woods. 
Doorkeeper — E. Morris. Assistant Doorkeeper— Y. Mjler. 
Messenger — George Scott. Page — Frank Warren. 
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House of Asssmhly. 



Wear a ''Tween Hat and Smile !- 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

ELECTED MAY 8TH, I909. 

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



1. Baj--de-Verd — Two iiieinbers, 

Population, 9827; Voters, 2550, 

Hon. J, C. Crosbie ' '45 

J. Whiteway 1126 

R. Duff 1044 

•C. Steer ioj5 

Votes polled, 2192. 

3. Bonavista — Three ineiubers. 
Population, 20,557; Voters, 5842. 

Hon. S. D. Blandford 3158 

W.C. Winsor 3133 

Hon. D. Morison, K.C 3076 

J. B. Giles 652 

A . yanes 636 

A. J. Herder 615 

Votes polled, 3840. 

3. Burgeo & La Poile— One member. 

Population, 701 1; Voters, 1856. 

R. Moulton 821 

J. A . W. McNeily 467 

Votes po'Ued, 12SS. 

4. Burin— Two members. 
Population, 10,402; Voters, 255S. 

H . Gear 795 

E. H. Davey 782 

y- A. Robinson 781 

T. Le Feiivre 774 

Votts polled, 1658. 

5. Cai'bonear — One member. 
Population, 5024; Voters, 1406. 

\. R. Goodison 603 

J. G. Maddock 559 

Vf>tes polled, 1162. 

6. Ferryland— Two members. 
Population, 5697; Voters, 1553. 

Hon M. P. Cashin 881 

P.F.Moore 802 

G, F. Power 617 

M, E. Condon 537 

Votes polled, I442. 



7. Togo — One member. 
Population, 7070; Voters, 2089. 

H. J. Earle .... 861 

//. F. Fitzgerald 845 

Votes polled, 1706. 

8. Fortune Bay — One member. 

Population, 8762; Voters, 2373. 

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

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

Votes polled, 1339. 

9. Harbor Grace— Three members. 
Population, 12,671; Voters, 3074. 

A. W. Ficcott 1444 

A. H. Seymour 1404 

E. Parsons 1403 

y. Parsons 1223 

A. Barnes 12 to 

E. Daii<e 1195 

Votes polled, 2651, 

10. Harbor Main— Two members. 
Po])ulation, 9500; Voters, 2550. 

W.Woodford 11 18 

J. J. Murphy ... 1065 

y. Lewis 949 

y. y. St. ychn 908 

X'ottrs polled, 2054. 

11. Plaientia & St. Mary's— Three 

members. 

Papulation, 15,194; Voters, 3983. 

R.J. Devereux 1791 

W. K. Howley 1764 

F- J. Morris 1 743 

E. AI. yackinaii '093 

M. S. Sullivan 1 5 28 

y. Dai'is 146 1 

Votes polled, 3326. 

12. Port-de-Grave— One member. 

Population, 7445; Voters, 1920. 

W. R. Warren 7S9 

S. Bartlett 765 

Votes polled, 1554. 



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13. St. Barbe — One member. 
Population, 8134; Voters, 2351. 

W. M. Clapp 9 1 1 

H. V. Mott 790 

Votes polled, 1701. 

14. St. George — One member. 

Population, 9100; Voters, 2637. 

J. F. Downey u6o 

G. Carty 75 1 

Votes polled, 191 1. 

15. St. John's East— Three members, 

Population, 21,512; Voters, 5193. 

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

Geo. Shea 2471 

]. Dwyer 2457 

M. P. Gibhs 1979 

/". McNamara 1 74 1 

M. A . Devine 1 702 

Votes polled, 4386. 

16. St. John's West — Three member.s. 
Population, 18,483; Voters, 4671. 

Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., K.C. 2205 
J. R. Bennett 2094 

Note. — The population given is that of tlie Census of 190:. The voters 
do not include those added to the Lists on Election day. The votes polled do 
,not include ballots rejected when counting. 

House of Assembly, 1909. 

(Alphabetically arranged, giving the name of the District for -,ohich each 



M. J. Kennedy '995 

IV. J. Ellis 1858 

H. E. Cowan 1 762 

J. P. Scott 1663 

Votes polled, 3920. 

17. Trinity — Three members. 
Population, 20,695; Voters, 5269. 

R. A. "■ quires 2182 

Hon. K . Watson 2176 

E. < ■. Grant 2104 

G. W. Giishiie 2082 

A. \V. Miller 2014 

G. IV. B, Ay re, Ll.B 1905 

Votes polled, 4384. 

18. Twillingate— Tliree uienibers. 

Population, 19,453; Voters, 5 164. 

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

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

J. A. Clift, K.C 2592 

G. Rouerts 2498 

A . C. Goodridge '297 

J. Milley 1 204 

.S'. IVoods 1090 

Votes polled, 3870. 



Member is returned ). 

14 — *Gear, H., Burin. 



I— *Bennett, J. R., St. John's IVesi. I 14— *Gear, H., Biiri'i. 
2 — *Blandford, Hon. S. D., Bona- 15 — Go 'dison, J. R , Carbonear. 
—'"'-- 16 — Grant, E. G., Trinity. 

17 — Howley, \V. R., j-'/tueiitia a>id 
St. Mary 



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

K.C.M.G , Twillingate. 
4 — *Lashin, Hon. M. P., Ferrylaiid. 
5— *Llapp, VV. M., St. Barbe. 
6— *Clift, J. A., K.C, Twi Ungate. 
7 — Crosbie, Hon. J. C, Bay-de- Verde. 
j8_*Davey, E. H., Burin. 
9 — Devereux, R. J., Placcntia &-= St. 

Mary s. 
10 — *Downey, J. F., St. George. 
J I — *Dwyer, J., St. John'' s East. 
12 — *Earle, H. J., Fogn. 
13 — *Emerson, Hon. G. H., K.C, For- 
tune Bay. 



18 — "Kennedy, M. J., St. John's IVest. 
19— *Kent, J. M., B.A., K.C, St. 

John' s East. 
20 — Moore, P. V ., Ferryland. 
21 — *Morison, Hon. J)., K.C, Bona- 

vista. 
22— *Morri., Sir E. P., Kt.. K.C, 

St. John's West. 
23 — Morris, F., Pla-.entia and t. 

Alary' s, 
24--*Moulton, R,, Burgeo and 

La Poile. 



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25 — *Murphy, J. J., Harbor Main. 
26 — *Parsons, E., Harbor Grace. 
27- -*Piccott, A, W., Harbor Grace. 
28— *Robeits, G., Twilliugate 
29 — Seymour, A. H., Harbor Grace. 
30 — *Shea, G., St. John's East. 



31— Squires, R. A., Trinity. 
32 — *Warren, W. K., Fort-de-Crave. 
33 — *Watson, Hon. R., Trinity. 
34 — *\Vinsor, W. C, Bonavista. 
35 — *Wluteway, J., Bay-de Verde. 
36- * Woodford, W., Harbor Main. 



A Representative Assembly was first granted to this Colony in 1832, under the Governor- 
ship of Sir Thomas Cochkane, By the Constitution nine Districts were established, return- 
ing fifteen members, who were to hold their seats during Her Majesty's pleasure. In 1838 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 1S~4 the meuiber- 
sliip was further increased to thirty-one, by the addition of one member to the number of those 
representing the District of Twillingate and Fogo. lu 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 diiided, Twillingate retaining three 
members, Fogo was given one. Bay-de-Verde, 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. 

Cleric— 'P. T. McGrath. 

Assistant Cleric — H. Y. Mott. 

Sergeant-at-Arms—M.. J. Hawker. 

Supervisor of Debates — John S. Currie. 

Official Reporters— i . W. McGrath, L. E. Emeif^oii, F. 
J. A. Winter. V. E. Hunt, E. C. Russfll. 

Dooilicpers—'iii. Callahan, W. Thorn, M. McDonalil, 
J. Ryan, U. lerjy, 0. Jackman. 

Messenyers— a. McHay, M. No'an, R. Avery. 

Page — E. Chafe. 

Officers of the Legislature, &c. 

Law Cterk—M. W. Furlong, K.C. 

Librarian — Miss Morris. 

Eiiiirossing Cleric — Mr.s. Earle. 

Keeper Legislative Building — Mis. Ryall. 

Fireman Legislative Building— J hmeti Pairill. 



J. Summers 
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OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER and AUDITOR GENERAL. 

OFFICE : DEPARTMENTAL BUILDING. 



The Comptroller and Auditor General — F. C. Beittau, 
Clerk and Assistant Auditor — W. L. Donnelly. 
Second Clerk~E. M. V. hue. 
Assistant Clerk and Typewriter — F. C. Brieu. 
Messenger — J. Luscjmbe. 



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OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER. 

Court House Building~(Water Street Entrance). 

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

Prime Minister— Sir Edwanl P. Morris, Kt., K.C., Ll.D. 

Secretary W. Smith. 

Clerk and Stenographer — Wni. J. Carew. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. 

OFFICE : COURT HOUSE BUILDING — (WATER STREET ENTRANCE). 

Olfice Houis 10 a.m. to G p.m. 

Colonial Secretary — Hon. R. Watson. 

Deputy Colonial Secretary — Arthur Menu. 

First Clerk— Fivd. M, Stirling. 

Second Clerk — Win. G. Cnrrie. 

Third Clerk-?A\\\ A. Winttr. 

Typexcriter and Stenographer — Malcolm Godden. 

Asaistant Typexcriter and Stenographer — Miss D. Jenkins. 

Messengers — C'liarlci Brocklfhurj-t, Frank Brocklehurst. 

Government Engineer. 

Government Engineer— 1. A. Hall, B.A., B.E., M. Inst. C.E. 
Clerk~G. B. Dicks. 
Typist— F. White. 
Inspector — J. Petrie. 

Registrar of Births, Marriages and Deaths. 

Registrar- General — Edward Duyle. 

Clerk — ThoniHS Murphy. 

Registering Officers — The Cleigymen oi ihu difTotfut Deiunninations. 

Inspectors of Weights aud Measures. 



Shoe Cove, inclusive, to Little B>y, ex- 
clusive — R. Batstone. 

Little Bay, inclusive, to Leading Tick- 
les, exclusive — M. Sutton. 

Exploits — Q. Sceviour. 

Twillingate — Wm. Peyton. 

Herring Neck — Arthur Smart. 

Fogo and adjacent /sWs — Thos. Lucas. 

Straight Shore — 

JVesleyville (with jurisdiction from 
Safe Harbor, %nc., to Cape Freeh — 
Walter Noseworthy. 



Grmiyj ond (loith jurisdiction from 
Safe Harbor, exclusive, to Gooseberry 
Island, «f. — Nathmiel Saunders. 

Happy Adventure to Gooseberry Islds. 
— Wm. Tuin r. 

Tickle Cove tn Sweet Bay — Jacob 
Quinton. 

Jamestown to Gharlottetovm — James 
Oldford. 

King's Cove to Keels — ^Thos. Curtis, 
(of Henry). 

Bonavista — Robert Rvder. 



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Acquire the Habit of Purcliasing 



Catalina — A. J. Crock ei-. 
Trinity— E. H. Maidmuiit. 
Foster's Point — John Gooby, sr. 
Bonaventure, British Harbor, and 

vicinity — Leander Gardner. 
Smith's Sound and Random Sound — 

Pierce Currie. 
Chance Cove to Green's Harbor — 

Charles Pollett. 
Witless Bay to Heart's Desire — 

Albert E. Reid. 
Heart's Content to Scilly Cove — 

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

Arch. Targett. 
Ochre Pit Cove to Lower Lsland Cove — 

John Johnson. 
Western bay to Adam's Cove, (both 

inclusive) — Reuben King. 
BlacMead to Freshtcater, (b»th inclu- 
sive) — Wm. Baggs. 
Carbonear — Laurence Mackey. 
Harbor Grace — Cornelius Griffin. 
Spaniard's Bay, Tilton and Upper 

Island Cove — Jacob Neil. 
Bail Roberts — Thos. Calpin. 
Port- de-Grave and Barenced, and 

Clarke's Beach to Hibb's Hole, 

inclusive — J. T. Andrews. 
JVliitbourne — Peter S. Murphy. 
Bngus to South River — Wm. 

Andrews. 
Harbor Main— Geo. Murphy. 
Bell Island — Richard Costigan. 
St. John's— M.J. O'Mara. 



Ferryland — Wm. Johnson. 

Gape Race to St. Shott's, inclusive — 

Daniel J. Pennell. 
St. Mary's^John Nolan. 
Barrisway to Bechford — W. Young. 
Placentia and Branch — John 

Handrick. 
Harbor Buffett and adjacent Islands — 

W. Warehani. 
Burin — Wm. Penney. 
St. Laurence — Bernard Murray. 
Launi to Lord's Cove — Jo». Manning. 
Fortune — Henry J. Haddon. 
Grand Bank — Thos. Stoodley. 
Garnish to Boxey — Levi T. Cluett. 
Harbor Briton — Benj. Chapman. 
Burgeo East — John Hare. 
Pass Island to Cape La Hune — 

Samuel P. Camp. 
Burgeo to IsIe-aux-Morts — James 

LeMoine. 
Isle-aux-Morts toCapeRay — M.Biagg. 
Cape Ray to Cod Roy, inclusive — 

James Collier. 
Gape Anguille to Serpentine Broolc — 

George Goodland. 
Bay of Islands — Henry Long. 
Bonne Bay — John C. Squires. 
Port Saunders, exclusive, to Eddie's 

Cove, inclusive — N. Taylor (For- 
rester's Point). 
Fleurde Lys to La Scie— Al'an White. 
Labrador (except Hamilton Inlet) — 

Sergt. J. Sheppard. 
Hamilton Inlet — W. Green. 



Keeper of Observatory, 
Miss Delaney. 

Colonial Secretary's Department ~ Sub-Department of Public Charities. 

OFFICE : BBITISH HALL. 

Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Commissioner — R. H. O'Dwyer. 
Inspector and Accountant — W. S. Dunphy. 
Cashier — Edward Rawlins. 
Book-keeper — W. J. Kenny. 



Government Offices. 



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Relieving Officers in Outports. 



Kelligrews—F . Furneaux. 
Harbor Main — Edward Murray, j.r. 
Conception Harbor — J as. Mahoney. 
Brigus — John Ral)liitt8. 
Port de-Grave — Samuel Da we. 
North River — R. Kelioe. 
Bay Roberts — John Marshall. 
Spaniard's i>ai/— Esau Qosse. 
Harbor Grace — Alex. Squires. 
Carbonear—i . Mackey. 
Freshwater — John Clarke. 
Broad Cove — Peter LeGrow. 
Western Bay — Wni. Kennedy. 
Lower Island Cove — Wni. Garland. 
Gull Island — Patrick Doyle. 
Bay-de-Verde — James Blundon. 
Grate's Gove — Hezekiah Snelgrove. 
Old Perlican — Joseph March. 
Hunt's Harbor — Samuel Adey. 
Heart's Content — G. E. Charlton. 
New Harbor — Moses Parsons. 
Britannia Cove — Allan Currie. 
Trinity— G. R. Lilly, J.P. 
Gatalina — John Collins. 
Bonavista — John Roper, j.p. 
King's Cove — Rev. S. A. Dawson. 
Open Hall — J. E. Long. 
James' Cove — George Haines. 
Salvage — K. Burden. 
St. Brendan's — Fred. Hogan. 
Wesleyville — W. Wicks. 
Greenspond — L J. Mifflen, j.p. 
Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 
Fogo — A. J. Fitzgerald. 
Twillingate—.} . White. 
Grand and Bishop's Falls— H. F. 
Fitzgerald, j.p. 



Exploits — George Lilly. 

Little Bay—T. E. Wells, j.p. 

La Scie—D. P. Duggan, j.p. 

Western Cove—Q. H. Pearce, j.p. 

Conche — B. Carey. 

St. Anthony — J. H. Biles. 

Labrador — Josiah Gosse. 

Blanc Sablon — Benj. Parsons. 

Floxcer's Cove — Walter Rose. 

Bonne Bay — John E. Roberts. 

Bay of Islands — A. McEchren. 

St. George's Bay — R. McDonnel, J.P. 

Chamul- R. T. Sqnarey, j.p. 

Ro.'ie Blanche — R. Furneaux. 

La I'oile—Q. F. Read. 

Buryeo—G. K. White. 

Rencontre West — Jas. Woiuiold. 

Pushthrough — Wni. Camp (acting). 

Harbor Briton — C. Way, j.p. 

St. Jacques — H. R. Clinton. 

Grand Banl; — George Bell. 

Fortune — Robert Snook. 

Lamaline — Patrick Healey. 

St. Lavjrence — Emmanuel Pike. 

Burin — S. Avery, j.p. 

Mortier Bay — John Walsh. 

Flat Island--Lou\s Chollet. 

Oderin — C. Bailey. 

Merasheen — Alfred T. Keats, j.p. 

Har. Buffett—W. McK. Chambers, 

Placentia — J. O'Reilly, j.p. 

St. Mary's — John Nowlan. 

Trepassey- L. J. Giovannetti, 

M D., J.P. 
i''errt//n!?id— Alfred White. 
Tor's Cot-e- Wm. J. O'Diiscoll. 
Whittle's Bay — Louis MiiUowney. 



District Surgeons. 



St. John's \T)v. S. Eraser, 

West \Dr. H. H. Cowperthwaite. 

St. John's East—Dv. T. M. Mitchell, 

— Dr. H. L.S.Chaplin. 



Harbor Grace — Dr. W. H. Parsons, 
Bay Roberts — Dr. L. Pritchard. 
Placentia — Dr. N. McKendrick. 
Burgeo — Dr. F. McDonald. 



Channel — Dr. W. Grant. 



Lnnatic Asylum. 
Resident Physician—'Dr. J. G. Duncan. Matron— -Khs Fanny Field, 



24 Medical Board. 



'Tween Hats are made in Half Sizes— 

Commissioners under Lunacy Act. 
Hon. G. Skelton, M.D. ; C. H. Hutchings, K.C. ; L. E. Keegan, M.D. 

General Hospital. 

Resident Physician — Dr. L. E. Keegan. 

Consultinci Physician — Dr. N. S. Fraser. 

Assistant Phyaicians — Dr. T. Ani1ei?on ; Dr. H. 11. Cowpeithwaite. 

Electro-therapeutics — Dr. A. C Tail. 

Nursing Superintendent— Mhf' Sdntlicott ; Matron — Miss Hanuaford. 

Poor Asylum. 

Swpeiintcndent — William H. Piideaux ; Matron— yiis. Down. 
Physician — Dr .'. (j. Duncan. 

Medical Health Officers. 

St. Jo/ui.s— Medical IlciiMli Officer— Dr. R. A. Breliiii. 

'' —Inspector— ^Vliliaul O'Brien. 

-Ulerk -A. A. Blackler. 

" --Inspector of Meats— Wm. Cook. 
Harbor Grace — Dr. W. H. l'an~ons. 
Carbonear — Dr. A. Bojje. 
Trinity— Dr. R. White 

Fever Hospital. 

Attendant Physician— D v. Alexander Campbell. 
Matron — Miss T. Duncan. 

Lazaretto. 
Matron— Mts. Winslow. 

Twillingate Hospital, 
^eepe?-— Selina Roberts. 

MEDICAL BOARD. 

Dr. H. Rendell, Recjisirar and rreasjnrr- Appointed by St. John's Medical 

Society. 
H. Shea, President. 

N. McKendrick — Appointed by Government. 
N. S. Fraser— Appointed by St. John's Medical Society. 
J. G. Duncan, St. John's — Appointed by Conception Bav Medical Society. 
Cluny MacPherson, St. Jo^in's- Elected by the Medical Practitioners 

in Newfoundland. 

Medical Practitioners Registered in Newfoundland. 



St. John's — Thomas Anderson, R. A. 
Brehm, H. H. Cowperthwaite, Alex. 
Campbell, H. L. S. Chaplin, J. G. 
Duncan (Med. Supt. Lunatic Asy.), 
Nutting S. Fraser, Lau. E. Keegan, 
Timothy M. Mitchell, Cluny Mac- 
jPherson, George Nelson Murphy, 



Lamont Paterson, Herbert Rendell. 
W. T. Scully, Henry Shea, F. r! 
Stafford, Harry A. Smith, J. Sin- 
clair Tait, Arch. Campbell Tait. 

Bell Isle—\Y. L. Carnochan H. P. 
Gouthro. 

Manucls — Arch. A. Chisholm. 



Medical Board. — Post Office Departvunt 



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Avondalc — Wm. Edward Jones. 
Brigus—M.xch.a.el R. BIcDonald, and 

F. R. Shankel. 
Clarke's Beach — W. E. Procunier. 
Bay Roberts — Thomas C. MoLeod. L. S. 

Pritchard, H. Atkifison. 
Harbor TrVace— Walter A', Strapp, W. 

H. Parsons. 
Carhoncar — Albert Debrisy Bojle, G. L. 

Stentaford, and B. W, ProctOr. 
Western Bay — J. A. Ferguson. 
Old Pcrlican—C. A. McDonald, L. N. 

Pickavd. 
mini's Harhoi — F. W. Plewes. 
Heart's Content — Arthur Anderson. 
Green's Hnrboi — H. Abraham. 
New Harbor — H. A. Abrahdm. 
Britannia Cove — H. A. Leslie. 
rriwVy—Roht. White, Arthur E. White. 
Trinity East—G. T. Fitzgerald. 
Catalinn — Alex. P. McKay. S. E. K6an. 
Bonavista — Robert E. Forbes, A. C. 

Piutherford. 
King's Cove — Charles G. Levi^conte. 
Salvage — John J. McDonald. 
Cireenspond — W. Roberts. , 
Brookfield — Alexander S. Smith. 
Wesleyville — Dougald Jamieson. 
Musyrave Harhor—C. T. Whiteway. 
Forjo—A. J. Wood. 
Herrimj Neck — W. G. Shepherd. 
Change Islands — A. A. Campbell. 
Botwoodville — C. A. Ames. 
Twillingate — I. Le Drev/, C. V. Smith. 



Norris' Arm — J. J. Smith, Hugh Francis 

Donahue. 
Pilley's Island — G. F. Bowden. 
Cha.n(je Islands — E. J. Eacratt. 
Tilt Govc—0. V. Smith. 
St. Anthony— A. W. Wakefield. 
Birchy Cove — F. Fiaher, and J. N. 

MacDonald. 
Port-au-Port — Thaddeu.s Scott. 
Bay St. George — Donald J. Bethune, 
St. George's — R. J. MacDonald. 
Little River — W. E. McLean. 
Channel — William Grant. 
Burgeo — Finlay McDonald, and D. P. 

Mahone3'. 
Hermitage Cove — Eben. Thompson, 

F. D. Gill, and Charles Cron. 
Harbor Briton, — J. I. O'Connell. and 

C. T. Bowles. 
St. Jacques — C. Fitzgerald. 
Grand Bank — Allan McDonald. 
Lainaline — J. B. Ljnch. 
Burin — Herbert Smith, Gilbert Pryor 

Parker. 
Placcntia—'iieil McKendrick. 
St. Mary's—W. Hogan, J.P. 
Trrpassey — L. J. Giovannetti, J.P, 
Fcrryland — R. J. Freebairn, J.P. 
Bay Bulls — H. A. Giovannetti, J.P. 
Grand Falls — H. B. Chamberlain. 
Millertown — A. J. Lomas. 
Bishop's Falls— T. S. Burr. 

D. S. Jlission—yV. T. Grenfell, W. S. 
Armstrong, and E. Mumford. 



DENTAL BOARD. 



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



^OjSt <©ffice department. 



GENERAL POST OFFICE. 

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

Postviaster General — Hon. H. J. B. Woods. 

Chief Clerk and Accountant — Geo. W. LeMessurier. 

Assistant Accountant and Cashier — Arthur W. Martin. 

Secretary to Postmaster General — William Campbell. 

Dead Letter and Stamp Clerk — Edwin J. MacGregor. 

Clerk — Edward Smith. 

Junior Clerk — Thos. Bambrick. 



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Hew Phonograph Records by the World's 

Money Order Office. 

Superintendent — John J. McCartli}'. 
First Clerk — George B. Llyod. 
Second Cleric — Charles Nicol. 
Third O/eryt— Charles O'Keefe. 

ST. JOHN'S POST OFFICE. 

Registration Branch. 

Superintendent — Edward Devereux. 

Registration Clerk — Ira Curtis. 

Assistant Registration Clerk — 

Parcel Post Branch. 

Superintendent — John W. Kinsella. 
Second Clerk — Thomas Young. 

Third Clerk 

Assistant Clerk and Storekeeper — Thomas Vavasour. 
«' «' —William Coady. 

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

Clerk in Charge — John H. Clark. 

General Delivery — M. F. Aylward. 

Foreign Despatching Clerks — James Coughlan, James Cox. 

Local Despatching Clerks — John F. Newman, Wm. G. Atwill. 

Window Clerk — James Galway. 

Assorters — Wm. Blackler, George Gordon. 

Stamper — John F. Murphy. 

Letter Carriers — John DeLacej', John Hamlin, James Wliitten, Ronald 
Clark, Wm. Thistle, Wm. J. Haynes, Wm. Squires, Archibald Noseworthy,. 
John Kenna, Allan Collins, Geo. Squires, J. Belbin. 

Keeper — Robert Walsh. 

Fireman — William Thistle. 

Watchman — Edward Spry. 

Travelling Post Offices. 

Mail Clerk, S. S. Bruce — James Gushue. 

Clerk, Sydney Office— Arthuv Shano. 

Mail Clerk, Western Coastal T. P. 0.— David Coady. 

Mail Clerk, Bonavista Bay — J. HefFerton. 

Mail Clerk, Fogo District — John H. Bennett. 

Mail Clerk, Foetune — Murdock McCuish. 

Mail Clerk, Notre Dame Bay — William Freeman. 

Mail Clerk, Trinity Bay — Stephen Jeans. 

Mail Clerk, Placentia Bay — J. D. Kielly. 

Mail Clerk, Straits of Belle Isle — John McNeil. 

Mail Clerk, Labrador — George Sheppard, Moses Bartlett, P. Hickey. 



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Mail Clerk, South Coast — John T. Dunphy. 

Mail Clerk, N. E. Coast — Walter Bishop. 

JRailuay Mail Clerks— S. J. Bradbury, Philip Moore, Robert Peach, 
Gaudin Dutot, Wm. Facey, Thos. Grant, Isaac J. Evelly, Walter Crosby 
Thomas Powell. 

Branch Offices, St. John's. 



Monkstown — Miss Spry. 
Riverhead — Mrs. Mealey. 



Garrison Hill — Miss Delaney. 
King's Bridge — Mrs. Richard Hayes. 

Monday Pond Road — Albert Taylor. 

(Central — Dicks & Co. 
St. JehnhlEast End M. 0. Office— Miss Bulley. Asst.— Miss F. Meehan. 

[Duckworth 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 Bannernian Roade ; Junction Freshwater and Pennywell 
Roads ; Foot of Long's Hill ; Rawlins' Cross ; Custom House ; King's 
Road and Gower Street ; Entrance Gate, Colonial Buildiag ; Opposite the 
Court House on Duckworth Street ; Foot of Prescott Street ; Queen's 
Road, West of Victoria Street ; Corner Brazil and New Gower Streets ; 
Corner Cabot and Lime Streets ; Hayward Ave., cor. McDougall Street. 

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

Collectors will call regularly for letters at Postal Telegraph Offices 
in Court House and Customs' Building, and at the Branch Offices kept 
by Miss Coonan, Duckworth Street East ; Miss Bulley, Hotel Royal, 
Duckwoith Street; Mrs. Mealey, Riverhead; Miss Delaney, Garrison 
Hill, and Mrs. Richard Hayes, King's Bridge, every morning (except 
Sundays) at 6 00 o'clock. Stamps are sold at these offices. 

Pillar Boxes and Branch Offices at Miss Coonan's, Dick's & Co. and 
Miss Bullev's, will be cleared every week-day at 6 & 11 o'clock, a.m. ; also 
at 2 o'clock, p.m. Correspondence posted after the hoars stated will be 
too late for mails to be despatched on that day. The Box at Railway 
Station will also be cleared of late letters for despatch by rail (provided 
two cents, late fee, is paid), ten minutes before starting of train. 

The city limits for the delivery of letters and papers are as follows, 



VIZ. 



From Signal Hill, including Battery Road and Walshtown, Signal 
Hill Road, round by Quidi Vidi Road, to Boat House Lane ; thence 
by road west of Church of England Cemetery to King's Bridge 
Office ; back by Circular Road to Belvidere Convent ; thence 
by Merrymeeting Road to Pennywell Road (Hayward's Cottage), 
and Golf Avenue to LeMarchant Road and Cornwall Avenue to 
head of Shaw's Street ; Waterford Bridge Road as far as Syme's 
Bridge, and in the business section of the city there is an additional 
delivery at noon after arrival of morning mail train. 



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House and Shop Blinds made lo order.— 

There ie a free delivpr}^ of letters and papers by Carriers throughont 
the city limit?, twice a day— at 9 a.m. and 3 p. m. — and a delivery in busi- 
ness portion of city at noon, when practicable. Carriers are authorized 
to collect insufficiently paid postage, and nothing further. 

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

Late Letter Fee. 

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

Licensed Stamp Vendors. 

Allan, T. J., Water Stroft ; Atlantic Book Store, ^V'ater St. ; Axford, 
Mrs. F., South Side East ; Barnes & Co., Water Street ; Berrigan, Mi.ss, 
Theatre Hill ; Brien, P. J., corner Alexander and Water Streets ; Bulley, 
Mis.s, Duckworth Street ; Byrne, O., 357 Water Street ; Campbell, J. W., 
102 New Gower St. ; Cash, J. P , Water Street ; Connell, Mrs. ; Coonan, 
Mifs, coiner Duckworth and Ordnance Streets ; Connors, M., Druggist, 
corner Water and Queen Streets ; Courtnay, H., Druggist, Water Street 
West ; Dicks & Co., Water Street ; Duff, M. A , Water and Cabot Streets ; 
Ennis, Julia, Water Street West ; Fitzgerald, Mrs., 20 Carter's Hill ; 
Fieldian Club ; Fagan, Mr*. ; Fitzpatrick, F., Cabot Street ; Fitzpatrick, 
John, Gower Street ; Pope, R. E,, corner Waldegrave and George Streets ; 
Garland, S. E., 177 Water Street; Gray and Goodland, W^ater Street; 
Hartery, Mrs., ] New Gower Street ; Harvey, Mrs. John, South Side ; 
Hotwell, Mrs., Balsom Stre,;t ; Kennedy, M!, Balsom Street ; Keeping, 
H., corner Job's Street, opposite Railway Station ; Kenny, P. J., Cabot 
Street; LeMessurier, P. F. ; Larkin, Mrs. E. M., Gower Street East ; 
March, C. L., 299 Water St. ; Mnrphy, Miss K. ; McMurdo's Drug Store, 
Rawlins' Cross ; O'Mara, Peter, Druggist, Water St. ; MacRae, Mrs., Water 
Street ; Mealey, Mrs. M., Water Street West ; Parrell, Mrs. M., Water 
Street ; Parsons, Edwin, Hayward Avenue ; Power, E. M., Fleming Street; 
Ryan, Mrs., Harvey Road ; Spry, Miss, 55 Monkstown Road ; Short, 
<j. G. ; Summers, Mrs., Military Road ; Stafford's Pharmacy ; Wiseman, 
Mrs. ; Whitten, Miss, 26 Hayward Avenue ; Woods, C. L., Water Street 
East. 

POSTAL RATES. 

Inland Postage, pre-paid by Stamps. 

Letters, per one ounce or fraction thereof 2 cents. 

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



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Newspapers, local or foreign (printed), under four ounces. Free. 

Newspapers or Books, local or foreign (printed), over four ozs. — 2cts. per lb. 

Parcels, first pound, 8 cents ; Paicels, each additional pound, 3 cents. 

Circulars: — One cent per two ounces or fraction tliereof. 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, po'icies of insurance, and of like character ; packages 
of seeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions or grafts ; patterns or samples of 
goods or merchandize. Eye-glasses, microscopic slides and spectacles ; 
articles of a fragile nature, must be sent by parcel post and not by 
ordinary mail. 

Registration, 3 cents. 

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

FRANKED LETTERS. 

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

The Governor ; the Governor's Private Secretary and Aide-de-Camp ; 
the Members of the Executive Council ; the Members of the House of 
Asi-embly and Legislative Council, while in Session ; Secretary of Council 
of Higl)er Education ; the Judges, Supreme Court ; the Heads of Depart- 
ments ; Secretary Board of Agriculture; the Judges of District Courts, . 
St. John's and Harbor Grace ; the Comptroller and Auditor General ; the 
Inspector General of Constabulary ; the Postmaster General ; the Govern- 
ment Engineer ; the Deputy Ministers, including the Assistant Collector 
and the Comnii.«sioner of Public Charities ; the Resident Physician (Gene- 
ral Ho-pital and Lunatic Asylum) ; the Secretary, Public Works' Depart- 
ment ; the Chief Clerk, Post Office Department ; the Chief Clerk, Cus- 
ttonis' Oepartmen ; the Inspector of Lighthouses ; the School Inspectors ; 
the Registiar of Births and Marriages ; the Secretary, Tuberculosis So- 
ciety ; Mail matter for pupils School for the Blind ; Secretary, Newfound- 
land School Teachers' Association ; Public Health Officer. 

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

Stipendiary Magistrates, Customs officials. Poor Officers, or other Gov- 
ernment officials not named in above list, have no authority to send letters 
through the mails free ; and unpaid letters from such, not a<ldressed to any 
of the above Heads of Departments, St. John's, should be taxed double 
postage. In all cases the initials of the person having authority to frank 
must be marked on the left hand bottom corner of the envelope. 



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Cushions of all sizes made to order.— 



FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE. 

The rate of postage on letters addressed to the United Kingdom, the 
United States, the Dominion of (!anada and the undermentioned British 
Possessions is two cents an ounce or fraction of an ounce. 



— 




<£ 


1 . 




, . 


-73 




c3 




f' SS 


t^ 


1, 00 


b- 


Countries. 






3i 2- 


.2§ 






4-J 


^H S, 


P3 


Aden 


2 


2 




5 


Adin (including Perini)... 


2 


2 




5 


Ascencion 


2 


2 




5 


^Australia — Commonwealth of ... 


2 


2 




5 


Bahama Islands 


2 


2 




5 


Barbadoes 


2 


2 




5 


Bermuda 


2 


2 




5 


British Cential Africa ... 


2 


2 




5 


British Eass Africa 


2 


2 




5 


British Guiana 


2 


2 




5 


British Honduras 


2 


2 




5 


British India ... 


2 


2 




5 


British North Borneo Company's Territory 










(including Colon)' of Labuan) 


2 


i) 


1 


5 


Biitish Postal Agencies in China, viz. : — 










Amoy, Canton, Chetoo, Foo-chow, Han- 










kow, Hoihow, Lin-Kung-Tau (Wei-Hai- 










Wei), Ningko, Shanghai, tSwatow and 










Tietsin 


2 


2 


■1 


5 


Canada 


2 


2 




5 


Cape Colony ... 


2 


2 




5 


Ceymon Islands 


2 


2 




5 


Ceylon 


2 


2 




5 


Cyprus 


2 


2 




5 


*Egypt 


2 


2 




5 


Fanning Island 


2 


2 




5 


Falkland Islands 


2 


2 




5 


Fiji 


2 


2 


X 


5 


Gambia 


2 


2 




5 


Gibraltar 


2 


2 




5 


Gold Coast 


2 


2 




5 


Hong Kong 


2 


2 




5 


Jamaica 


2 


2 




5 


Johore 


2 


2 




5 


Lagos 


2 


2 




5 


Leeward Islands (Antigua, St. Kitts, Nevis, 










Dominica, Montserrat and the Virgin 










Islands) ... 


2 


2 


1 


5 



Post Office Department. 



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Foreign Postage Table.— (Continued). 



CO0NTRIE8. 





CD 




„ 


T3 




11 




0) CL, 


V ID 






J (^ 


o 




c£ 





•Sb.2 



« 



Malay States (Perak, Selangor, Negri-Senil 
Ian and Pahang) 

Malta 

Mauiitius 

Natal (incluciiug Zuzuland) 

New Zealand (including Cook Islands, the 
Islands of Aitiitaki, Nide, Mangaia and 
other British Islands witliin tlie boun- 
daries of the Colony of New Zealand) 

Nigeria (Northern) 

Nigeria (Southein) 

Orange River Colony 

Sarawak 

Seychelles 

Sieira Leone ... 

Sonialiland Protectordte 

Straits Settlements 

St. Helena 

Tobago 

Transvaal 

Trinidad 

Turk's Islands,.. 

Uganda 

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

Zanzibar 



2 


3 


1 


2 


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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, letteis from Australia and Egypt are subject to the Postal LTnion 
rate of 5 cents lirst ounce and 3 cents for each additional ounce or fraction 
thereof. 

The letter rate to all other Postal Union Countries, France, Spain, 
Germany, Russia, Italy, Cliina (e.Kcept British Agencies), Japan, &c., is 
5 cents for the liist ounce or fraction thereof, and 3 cents for each addi- 
tional ounce or fraction of an ounce. 

MONEY ORDER OFFICE. 

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



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For Presentation Gifts^ Come to 



Commission on Money Orders. 

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

If not exceeding $10 ... ... ... Scents. 

Over $10 not exceeding $20 



20 
30 
40 
50 
60 
70 
80 
90 



No single Money Ore 



30 
40 
50 
60 
70 
80 
90 
100 



10 
15 
20 
25 
30 
35 
40 
45 
50 



ler, payable in Newfoundland, Canada, or United 
States of America, can be issued for more than ^100 ; but as many up to 
$100 each may be given as the remitter requires. 

On the United Kingdom. 

Foi sums not exceeding £2 stg. 

Over £ 2 stg., and not exceedinf» £ 5 stg. 

"5 " 

" 6 " 

" 10 " 

" 12 " 

" 15 " 

" 17 " 

« 20 " 

" 22 " 

" 25 " 

" 27 " 

" 30 " 

" 32 " 

" 35 " 

" 37 " 

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







... 12 cents 


; 5 


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.. 25 


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.. 37 " 


10 


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.. 49 


12 


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.. 61 " 


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.. 73 " 


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.. 85 " 


20 


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.. 98 " 


22 


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.. $1.10 


25 


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.. 1.22 


27 


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.. 1.34 


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.. 1.46 


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.. 1.58 


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.. 1.71 


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.. 1.83 


40 


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.. 1.95 



List of Money Order Ofifices. 



Adam's Cove, 
Argentia, 
Avondale, 
Badger, 
Bale Verte, 
Baine Harbor, 
Bay Bulls, 
Bay-de-Verde, 
Bay L' Argent, 



Bay Roberts, 
Bell Island, 
Bell Island Mines, 
Belleoiani, 
Bishop's Falls, 
Blackhead, 
Black River, 
Bonavista, 
Bonavista Bay R'y, 



Bonne Bay, 

Botwood, 

Branch, 

Brigus, 

Britannia Cove, 

British Harbor, 

Broad Cove, B.-de-7. 

Brooklyn, 

Bunyan's Cove, 



AD VERTISEMENT. 



Nlld. Postal Telegraphs. 



Foreign Connections: 

The ComtncFcial Cable iCompany. 

The Bpitish' Postal Telegrpaphs. 

The Commepcial Pacific Cable Company. 

The Oerman Atlantic Cable Company. 

The Halifax and Bermuda. Cable Company. 

ThelDirect West India Cable .Company. 

The Postal Talegrpaph Cable Company ;^(of Ameplca) 

ThelC. P. R. Tele^TPaphs. 

The Mapoonl V/ipeless Telegraph System. 

New Cable Route to South America : 

Via Commercial, Azokes, St. Vixcent. To iiisure"me«- 
sages being sent by this short route, they must be handed to 
Postal Telegraph Offices. 

New All-Submarine Cable to Havana: 

The Commercial Cable Comjjanyjhas'^'opened; an "'All-Sub- 
marine Cable Route,! "from New York direct to Havana. 
Cablegrams for Cuba and other West India Islands, should 
be filed with theNewfoundlaad Postal ^Telegraphs. 

St. John's, Nfld., City Offices : 

General Post Office, Court House, & King's Wharf. 
Ring us up, and our messengers»will call for your telegrams. 

1!D»-Thls is the Fastest aud most Reliable Service of 
all the "World. 

H. J. B. WOODS, 

St. John's, Newfoundland. Postmaster General. 

See other side for Rates, &c. 



A D VEBTISEMENT. 



Nfld. Postal Telegraph Service. 

— ♦».» 

POSTAL TELEGRAPH OFFICES are operated throughout 
the Colony at all Ihe principal places. Messages of ten 
words, not including address or signature, are forwarded for 
twenty cents, and two cents for each additional word. 

A Government Cable to Canso, Cape Breton, connects with 
the Commercial Cable Go's, system to all parts of the world. 
There is no more efficient Telegraph Service in existence. 

A ten word Message to Canada, exclusive of signature and 
address, costs from 85 cents to $1.00. 

A ten word Message to the United States, exclusive of signa- 
ture and address, costs from $1.10 to $1.50. 

To Great Britain, France or Germany — 25 els. per word. 

Telegrams are transmitted by means of the Wireless Service, 
during the Summer Season, and all the year round to Steamers 
equipped with the Wireless apparatus, v/hich are due to pass 
within the radius of each Wireless Station at Cape Race and 
Cape Ray. 

LETTERGRAMS. 

Night Lettergrams are Messages not exceeding fifty words 
that may be transmitted during the night while the offices are 
closed for regular business, and are sent at the same rate as ten 
words in the daytime. 

Night Lettergrams are accepted by the Commercial Cable 
Company or any of the Newfoundland Cable connections in the 
United States to all Postal Telegraph Offices in Newfoundland. 
They must be written in plain English ; Code or Cipher words 
not being permitted. 

Telegraph forms may be obtained at all Post Offices and 
from Mail Clerks on Trains and Steamers, and if the sender 
wishes the message may be left with the Postmaster to be for- 
warded by first Mail to the nearest Telegraph Office free of 
Postage. 

H. J. B. WOODS, 
December ist, 19 10. Postmaster General, 

^^ See other side for Connections- 



Post Office iJepartvient. 



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Burgeo, 

Burgoj'ne's Cove, 

Burin, 

Burin North, 

Burnt Point, 

Campbellton, 

Cape Broyle, 

Cape Race, 

Carbonear, 

Cartwright, 

Cataliua, 

Change Island?, 

Channel, 

Clartnville, 

Clarke's Beach, 

Codro}', 

Colliers, 

C inception Harbor, 

Conche, 

Corner Brook, 

Country Roarl, 

Bay Roberts, 
Cow Head, 
Crabbe'i Station, 
Crabb's, 
Cupids, 
Curling, 
Deer Lake, 
Dunvilie, 
Elliston, 
Englee, 
Epworth, 
Exploit's Harbor, 
Fermexise, 
Ferry land, 
Flat Islands, B. B. 
Flat Islands, Burin, 
Flower's Cove, 
Fogo, 
Fortune, 
Fortune Harbor, 
Foster's Point, 
Fredericton, 
Freshwater, 
Gam bo. 
Gander Bay, 
Gargamelle, 
Garnish, 
Gaultois, 
Glen wood, 

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Qlovertown, 
Goose Cove, 
Grand Bank, 
Grand Bruit, 
Grand Falls, 
Grand Lake, 
Grand Village, 
Great Burin, 
Greenspond, 
Griquet, 
Hant's Harbor, 
Harbor Briton, 
Harbor Buffett, • 
Harbor Grace, 
Harbor Main, 
Heart's Content, 
Hermitage Cove, 
Herring Neck, 
Hickman's Harbor, 
Holyrood, 
Humbermouth, 
Jackson's Cove, 
Jamestown, 
Joe Batt's Arm, 
Kelligrews, 
King's Bridge, 
King's Cove, 
King's Point, 
Lanialine, 
LaPoile, 
Laik Harbor, 
La Scie, 
Laurencetown, 
Leading Tickles, E , 
Leading Tickles, W., 
Lewisporte, 
Little Bay, 
Little Bay, East, 
Little Bay Islands, 
Little River, 
Loon Bay, 
Lower Island Cove, 
Marystown, 
Millertown, 
Millertown Junction, 
Mobile, 

Moreton's Harbor, 
Mu?grave Harbor, 
Musgrave Town, 
New Harbor, 



New Melbourne, 

New Town, 

Nipper's Harbor, 

Norris' Arm, 

Northern Bay, 

Northern Bight, 

North West Arm, 

Oderin, 

Old Perlican, 

Open Hall. 

Pacquet, 

Petites, 

Petty Harbor, 

Pilley's Island, 

Placentia, 

Point Lemington, 

Pool's Cove, 

Pool's Island, 

Port-au-Poit, 

Port Blandford, 

Port Saunders, 

Pushthrough, 

Pouch Cove, 

Ramea, 

Red Island, 

Rencontre, F. B. 

Rencontre, 

Burgeo & LaPoile^ 
Renews, 
Rigolet, 

Robinson's Head, 
Rocky Brook, 

Smith's Sound, 
Rose Blanche, 
Round Harbor, 
St. Anthony, 
St. Brendan's, 
St. Bride's, 
St. George's, 
St. Jacques, 
It. John's, 
St. John's East, 
St. Joseph's, Salmonier,, 
St. Lawrence, 
St. Mary's, 
Salvage, 
Salvage Bay, 
Sandy Point, 
Sandy Point, 

Smith's Sound, 



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Post Office Department. 



'' Exclusive '' Series Local View 



Seal Cove, B. B,, 
Searstown, 
Seldom-Come-Bye, 
Scilly Cove, 
Shoal Harbor, 
Sound Island, 
Spaniard's Bay, 
Springdale, 

Stephenvilie Crossing, 
Summerside, 



Tilt Cove 

Tilting, 

Three Arms, 

Topsail, 

Torbay, 

Trepassey, 

Trinity, 

Trinity East, 

Twillingate, 

Upper Island Cove, 



Ward's Harbor, 
Wesleyville, 
Western Arm, 
Western Bay, 
Western Cove, 
Whitbourne, 
Witless Bay, 
Wood's Island, 
York Harbor. 



General Information to the Public respecting Money Orders. 

The Post Office Department will not be liable for any order after 
payment. 

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

Should any alteration be made in the name of the peistm 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 delays in presentation, payment 
will be made upon application, subject to certain conditions. 

To Postmasters. 

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

POSTAL ORDERS. 

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



Amount of 
Order. 


Cost in Local Cur- 
rency, including 
Commission. 


Amount of 
Order. 


Cost in Local Cur- 
rency, including 
Commission. 


Is. Od. stg. 

1 6 

2 

2 6 

3 

3 6 

4 


S 27 
39 
53 
65 
77 

90 

1 02 


4s. 6d. stg. 

5 

7 6 
10 
10 6 
15 
20 


% 1 14 
1 26 

1 87 

2 48 

2 60 

3 71 

4 93 



Post Offi.ce Department. 35 

Post Gards.-AYAE & SONS, Ltd. 

PARCEL POST. 

Inland, 

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

Inland Parcel Post Rates. 

Under 2 ozs. 

Over 2 ozs., but not exceeding 4 ozs. 



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Maximum weight eleven pounds. 

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

United Kingdom. 

Parcels may be transmitted by Parcel Post to the United Kingdom 
(and through the United Kingdom to countries having a Parcel Post 
with the United Kingdom, of such weight, and at such special rates, as 
may from time to time be agreed upon by the Gtoveinor in Council), not 
-exceeding eleven pounds in weight, nor three feet six inches in length, or 
dsix feet in length or girth measured together — the gii th being measured 



36 



Post Office Department. 



Down Quilts Recovered. -AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



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 
minimum charge ; on parcels over three pounds in weight, up to seven 
pounds, forty-eight cents ; over seven pounds and under eleven pounds, 
seventy-two cents — eleven pounds being the maximum weight. Paicels 
transmitted through the United Kingdom to coun^ries with which the 
United Kingdom operates a parcel post system will be subject to the rates 
of postage chargeable 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 countries, British Colonies 
and Possessions, via the United Kingdom, can be insured — 

Foreign Countries. 



Limit of Insured Valut 


Limit of Lisured Value. 


Algeria 


.. £ 20' Holland 


..£ 40- 


Austria-Hungary 


.. 120 Italy 


.. 40 


Belgium 


.. 120 Luxemberg 


.. 120 


Beyrout 


20 Montenegro 


.. 40 


Cameroons 


. 120 Norway 


.. 120 


China 


. 120 Roumania 


.. 20 


Constant iriople 


20 Russia 


.. 120- 


Denmark 


. 120 Sarawak 


.. 120 


Egypt 


. 120 Servia 


.. sa 


FiriUnd 


. 120 Smyrna 


.. 20 


France 


20 Sweden 


.. 120 


Germany 


. 130 Switzerland 


.. 120- 



Tunis 



£ 20 



British Colonies and Possessions. 



Limit of Insured Value. 
Aden 
Antigua 
Ascension 
Bahamas 
Barbadoes 
Bermuda 
British Guina 
British Noith Borneo. 
Ceylon 
Cyprus 
Dominica 
Falkland Islands 



£120 
120 

50 

50 
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12n 
120 
120 
120 

50 
120 

50 



Limit of Insured J^aU 


le. 


Gambia 


.. £120 


Gibialtar 


... 50 


Grenada 


.. 50 


Hoiig-Kiinu 


... 120 


f.,.liH 


. 120 


L)ibuan 


.. SO- 


fjagos 


SO 


Leeward Islands 


.. 120 


Mombasa 


.. 120 


Mouseirat 


.. 120 


New S(juth Wales 


50 


New Zealand 


.. 5a 



Post Office Department. 



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If in Doubt— Go to AYRE'S. 


Limit of Insured Value. 


Limit of Insured Valut. 


Nevis £120 


St. Vincent, West Indies ... £ 50 


Niger Coast Protectorate ... 50 


Straits Settlements ... 


.. 50 


Sarawak ... ... ... 50 


Tasmania 


.. 50 


South Australia 50 


Tobago 


.. 120 


St. Helena 50 


Tortola 


.. 120 


St. Kitt's 120 


Trinidad 


.. 120 


St. Lucia 120 


Victoria 


.. 50 


Zanzibar... 


£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 sum* payable for insurance are as follows : — 

To secure compensation up to £ 12 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 24 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 36 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 48 stg 

To secure compensation up to 60 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 72 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 84 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 96 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 108 stg. 

To secure compensation up to 120 stg 



10 cents. 


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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 in the United Kingdom to contain such 
iirticles will be compulsorily registered, the addressee being charged with 
a fee of Bd. stg. The same rule will be enforced in this Colony in regard 
to parcels ftom the United Kingdom. 

None of the above regulations apply to parcels for the D.jminion of 
Oanada and the United States. 

Dominion of Canada: 

Parcels may be accepted at any Post Office in Newfoundland for the 
Dominion of Canada, subject to the conditions herein stated. The rate of 
postage being 12 cents per pound or fraction of a pound weight to all parts 
of Canada. No parcel can be forwarded if over eleven pounds in weight, 
.or if it measures more than two feet in length by one foot in width or 
xlepth. 



38 Post Office Department 



Send for List of Post Cards. 



United States: 

Parcels are accepted fur ttnnMiiisi<ion to the United States subject to- 
the following rates : — Not exceeding one pound, 12 cents ; for eacli pound 
or fraction of a pound, 12 cents. 

No parcel may exceed II pounds in weiglit, three feet six inches in- 
length, or six feet in length and girth conibineil. 

No parcel may contain a letter, post card, or any writing (by hand or 
otherwise, of the nature of personal correspondence), publications which 
violate the copyright laws, poi?ons, explosives, inflammable substances, 
liquids, or articles which easily liquify, confections and paste, live or dead 
animals (except dead insects or reptiles, when thoroughly dried), fruits, 
i-egetables, lottery tickets, circulars or advertisements, all obscene nr 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 Pott Office in this Colony must be 
sent to the General Post Office, St. John's, to be made up in m^ils. 

Post Card Concessions, 

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

The right hand half of the face is reserved for the postal directions 
and address ; the left hand half is available for purposes of the sender. 
It is not compulsory to affix the postage stanjp 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 thin paper may be affixed to the back 
and left hand half of the address side, provided that they are completely 
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- 
tions respecting papers. 



Post Office Department. 



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Letters, tobacco, salt, pork in 
any form, bacon, plants or 
living parts of plants (except 
cut flowers and fruits from 
Nov. 1 to May 80), vegetable 
manure, game from Jan. 1 to 
Sept. 1, playing cards address- 
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express previous permission 
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saccharin and its products, 
fresh meat, parcels addressed 
to persons or soldiers in mili- 
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Letters, silver money, tobacco, 
parts of the vine (except grapes 
■without leaves), plants, post- 
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or stamped paper, not oblite- 
rated ; paper money payable to 
bearer ; medicine, unless ac- 
companied by the prescription. 
A parcel may not consist of 
two or more packages. 

Letters. 

Letters, tobacco in any form (un- 
less for the personal use of the 
addressee); spirits (except per- 
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opium, grapes, vine cuttings, 
coffee, plants or seeds. 


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Bircliy Head 
Biscay Bay 
*Bishop's 'Falk 



St. George 
Bay-de- Verde... 
Placentia and St, 
Ferry land 
Bonavista 
Fortune 

Placentia and St. 
Trinity 
Placentia and St. 

Ferry land 
Harbor Main ... 

u 

Twillingate ... 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St, 

Fortune 

St. George 

Port-de-Grave 

Placentia and St. 

Fogo 

St. Baibe 

St. John's East 

Ferry land 

Placentia and St. 

Fortune 

Bay-de- Verde... 

Fortune 



Harbor Grace... 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

St. John's East 



Mary's. 

Mary's. 
Mary's. 



. Mary's. 



Trinity 
Fortune 
Sr. George 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 

Twillingate 



Mrs. Chas. Duffy 
Nathaniel Diamond 
Albin Hearn 
Mrs. Eliz. Trainor 
Elizabeth Ford 
Charles Thornhill 
Mrs. Patrick Coffey 
Arthur Stanley 
J. J. McGrath 
Mrs. M. A. Boutcher 
Henry C. Windsor 
Edward Kennedy 
Patrick O'Brien 
Operator 
Jessie Jackman 
Jessie Andrews 
Mrs. Geo. Fudge 
Margaret M. Power 
Mrs. ]\Iary Boone 
(Peter Shea 
B. Fennimore 
... Mrs. Thomas Cains 
...(Elizabeth Butler 
...tEmily O'Brien 
Mary's. Thomas J. Baron. 
... George Collier, jr. 
...[Mrs. Kd. Hennebury 
Thomas Farrell 
James Thomey 
Mary L. West 
D. G. Eraser 
Mrs. Breen 
Mary Ann Dober 
W. k. Murphy 
Norbert Burke 
Margaret Lynch 
Julia Cluett 



Mary's. 



.. Henry French 
... Silas Halfyard 
... Thomas Ryan 
...Operator 



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Post Office Department. 



Carpets made and laid. Linoleum cut 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Bishop's Cove 

Black Duck Brook 

*Blackhead 

Black Island 

*Black River 

Blaketown 

Bonaventure 

*Bonavista 

*Bonne Bay 

Bo« Warlos 

Boat Harbor 

Boot Harbor 

♦Botwooilville 

Boxey 

Boyd's Cove 

♦Branch 

Brent's Cove 

Brewley 

*Brigus 

Brigus Cross Roads 

Brigus Gullies 

Brigus South 

Brig Bay 

Brien's Stand 

♦Britannia Cove 

British Harbor 

*Broo<l C'e, Bay-de- Verde. 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, Renews 

Brook fit Id 

Brooklyn 

Brunette 

Brj'ant's Cove 

*Bunyan'.«i Cove 

*Burgeo 

Burgeo, Flacentia Bay ... 

*Burgoyne's Cove 

*Burin 

Burin Bay Arm 

*Burin North 

Burnt Islands 

Burnt Islands 

*Burnt Point 

Burying Place 

Butler's Cove 

Campbellton 



Harbor Grace... 

St. George 

Bay-de- Verde 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

u 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Twillingate ... 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

St. Barhe 

Placentia atid St. Mary's. 

Pert-de-Grave 



Ferry land 
St. Barbe 
Harbor Main ... 
Tiinity 

Bay-de- Verde 

Bonavista 

Placentia 

Ferryland 

Bonavista 

u 

Fortune 

Hai hor Grace... 

B(Jnavi^ta 

Burgeo and La Poile .. 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Burin 



Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Bay-de- Verde 

Twillingate ... 

Burin 

Twillingate 



Ann Barrett 
Mary Bozec 
John C. Moores • 
Sarah D. Primer 
Mrs. A. Gosney 
Nathaniel Osborne 
Sarah A. Field 
E. G. Mifflen 
John R. Roberts 
Mrs. Andrew Harvey 
Joseph Mattieface 
Tryphena Taylor 
Operator 
Clara M. Myles 
George Mercer 
J(.hn W. English 
John Carrol 
Mrs. Wui. Emberley 
Operator 
John Byrne 
Mary N. Leamon 
Richard Gregory 
Thomas S. Sheppard 
Mary Kielly 
Operator 
Mary Gardner 
Alf. LeGrow 
Ellen Lawton 
Mary F. Hartley 
Elizabeth Mutphy 
Nathan Kean 
Victor Huncock 
Ambrose Thornhill 
Alex. Noseworthy 
Mrs. James Burry 
John C. Cunningham 
A Chambers (acting) 
Elizabeth Steele 
W. E. Bishop 
Philip Hollett 
Ellen Sparrow 
John Kane 
John E. King 
Mrs. Edgar Tucker 
James Proule 
Benjamin HoUett 
Mark James 



Post Office iJepartment. 



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Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


*Cape Broyle 


Ferryland 


Caroline Best 


Cape Freele 


Bona vista 


Mrs. Mary Hann 


Cape Island 


(t 


Charles Vincent 


Cape La Hune 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Robert Keeping 


Cape Norman 


St. George 


John Brewer 


Cape Onion 


(( 


Abel Decker 


*Cape Race 


Ferryland 


Hannah Myrick 


Cape Ray 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


James Janes 


Cape Shore 


(( (( 


Joseph MiiHen 


Cape St. George 


St. Barbe 


John Cornack 


Caplin Bay 


Ferryland 


Peter Johnson 


Caplia Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 


Thomas Cull 


Caplin, Cove, S. W. Arm, 






Random 


Trinity 


Mrs. Jo.-epli Whflaii 


*Carbouear 


Carbonear 


George A. Muulton 


Carbonear (Assistant) 


u 


Susie Pike 


*Carmanviile 


Fogo 


EUie Carnell 


Carter's Cove 


Twillingate 


G. Farr 


Cartyville 


St. Qeoige 


Richard T. Legge 


*Catalina 


Trinity 


Juliana Guy 


Cat HarVior 


Fogo 


Henry RoV)ins 


Cavendish 


Trinity 


Mrs. E. L. Jerrett 


Chance Cove 


u 


Emmanuel Smith 


*Chanjie Inlands 


Fogo 


Justinian Dowt-ll 


■^Channel 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Jacob A. Poole 


Chapel Arm 


Trinity 


Evelyn Warren 


Chapel's Cove 


Hai bor Main ... 


James Hawco 


Charlottetown 


Bonavista 


Charlotte Spiacklin 


Clam Bank Cove 


St. George 


John W. Mclsaac 


*Clarenville 


Trinity 


M. Duff 


Clatenville South 


(( 


Mrs. Froude 


*Clark's Beach 


Port-de-Grave 


W. H. Jerrett 


*Coach man's Cove 


St. Barbe 


John M. LaMee 


*Codroy 


St. George 


Rachel Fowlow 


*Coley'.s Puint! 


Harbor Grace... 


Sarah Tippett 


Colinet 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Mrs. J. Didham 


*Collier's 


Harbor Main ... 


John Cjle 


Collier's Central 


(( 


Mrs. Philip Hedison 


Collier's Bay Cove 


Trinity 


Uriah Thorne 


Come-by-Chance 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Stephen Adams 


Conie-by-Chance Station... 


i( (1 


Operator 


Comfort Cove 


Twillingate ... 


Joseph M. Evelly 


*Conception Harbor 


Harbor Main ... 


M. F. Toole 


*Conche 


St. Barbe 


Kate Dower 


Connaigre 


Fortune 


Mary Ann Harris 


Conn River 


" 


Nicholas Jedore 


Coomb's Cove 


(( 


Alfred Bartlett 



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Post Office Department. 



Zonophones and Records. 


Name of Office. 


District. 




Postmaster's Name. 


Coppet 


Burgeo and La P 


oile ... 


Sarah Young 


Corbin 


Burin 




Thomas Grant 


Corbin 


Fortune 




Mrs. P. Poole 


*Corner Brook 


St. Ueoige 




James Stewart 


Cottle's Island 


Twillingate ... 




Mrs. Eli Anstey 


Cottrell's Cove, New Bay.. 


" 




Albert Yates 


*Cow Head 


St. Barbe 




.John Payne, jr. 


Coward's Island 


Bonavista 




Job Lane 


*Crabb's Brook 


St. George 




Isabella Pike 


Crawley's Island 


Placciitia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Peter Keating 


Creek 


St. George 




Miss A. Hall 


Cul-de Sac West 


Fortune 




Minnie Spencer 


^Curling 


'St. George 




M. E. Boland 


*Ciipid.s 


Portde-Grave 




Moses LeDrew 


Current Island 


St. Barbe 




James Williams 


Cuslett 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Clara McGrath 


Daniel's Cove 


Bav-de-Yerde 




Mrs. Marg't Howard 


Daniel's Harbor 


St." Barbe 




Nathaniel Brophy 


Daniel's I'l-int 


Twillingate 




Alice Fiulay 


Dark Tickle 


(I 




Joseph Fudge 


Dawson's Cave 


Fortune 




Esau Wills 


Deep Bight 


Trinity 




Jemima King 


Deer Harbor 


(( 




Mrs. Cha.'^. Hansford 


Deer Island 


Bonavista 




Mrs. Carrie King 


Deer Island 


Burgfco and La Poile ... 


Mrs. James Carew 


*Deei' Lake 


St. George 


■ . . 


Operator 


Delby's Cove 


Trinity 




John McGrath, Sr. 


Dildo 


u 




Emma Moore 


Dildo South 


a 




Mrs. S. Read 


Drook 


Placentia and St. 


Ma.y's' 


■lames St. Croix 


Doyle's St ilion 


St. George 




James Doyle 


*Dunville 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Joachim Connoi's 


*Ellistou 


Trinity 




Alfred Crewe 


Elliott's Cove 


(( 


... 


Deborah Smith 


*Englee 


St. Barbe 


• . . 


Jane Gillard (act'g) 


English Harbor 


Trinity 


■ • . 


H. G. Batson 


English Harbor West ... 


Fortune 


... 


Emma J. Evans 


*Epwoith 


Burin 


■ • ■ 


Ernest Bradley 


*Exploit'8 Haibor 


Twillingate ... 




W. M. Winsor 


Fair I8lan'^s 


Bonavista 


• . . 


James Brown 


Famish Cove 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


John C. Cranini 


Fanner's Arm 


Tuillingate 


... 


Mrs. M. E. Boyd 


*Fermeuse North 


Ferry land 


... 


Miss Read 


*Fermeu8e, Riverhead ... 


(i 


, . 


Mrs. Andrew Keough 


Ferineuse South 


u 




Mrs. O'Shaughnessy 


*Ferryland 


tl 


... 


Thomas G. Alorry 


^Flat Islands 


Bonavista 


... 


Anna Sampson 



Post Office Department. 


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AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


; Postmaster's Name. 



*Flat Islands, Burin 

Flat Rock 

Fleur de Lys 

*Flo\vei's Cove 

*Fogo 

♦Fortune 

♦Fortune Harbor 

♦Foster's Point 

Fox Oove, Burin 

Fox Cove, Bona vista 

Fox Cove, Fortune Bay ... 

Fox Harboi', Plac. Bay ... 

Fox Haibor, Trinity Bay. 

Fox Island 

Fox Roost 

Fox Trap 

Francois 

Friday's Bay 

♦Fredericton 

Frenchman's Cove 

French man's Cove 

♦Freshwater 

Freshwater, Bell Island .. 

Freshwater Road 

♦Ganibo 

♦Gandtr Bay 

Gander Bay(N. Side) ... 

Gai'gamelle 

♦Garnish 

Gaskiers 

♦Gaultois 

Galton's Island 

George's Brook 

Georgestown 

♦Glen wood 

♦Glovertown 

Goddenville 

♦Goose Cove 

Goosebeiiy Cove 

♦Gooseberiy Islands 

Goulds 

Goulds, Brigus 

♦Grand Bank 

Grand Beach 

♦Grand Bruit 

♦Grand Falls 

♦Grand Lake 

-Grate's Cove 



Burin 

St. John's East 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Burin 

Twillingate ... 

Trinity 

Burin 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Plaeentia and St. Mary'i 

Trinity 

Burgee and La Poile . 

Harbor Main ... 

Burgeo and La Poile . 

Twillingate ... 

Fogo 

Burin 

St. George 

Bay-de-Verde 

St. John's East 

St. John's West 

Bonavista 

Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Plaeentia and St. Mary' 

Fortune 

Plaeentia and St. Mary' 

Trinity 

Port-de-Grave 

Twillingate ... 

Bonavista 

Harbor Grace 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

St. John's West 

Port-de-Grave 

Burin 

Burgeo and La Poile . 
Twillingate ... 

Bay-de-Varde 



Mrs. L. Loughlan 
Kate Allan 
John S. Walsh 
Mrs. Sarah Way 
Ambrose Fitzgerald 
Amelia Bennett 
Denis Glavine 
Lizzie S. Miller 
Mrs. M. B. Antle 
Henry Melindy 
George Power 
Bridget Duke 



Charles Warren 
Morgan Walters 
Richard Dearin 
Maggie Durnford 
Thomas Tizzard 
Mrs. Arthur Brinson 
Cecilia Cluett 
George Wheeler 
William S. Davis 
George Parsons 
Bridget Duft" 
Operator 
Ethel Irish 
Wm. Collins 
Richard Atkins 
lEsther Grandy 
Mrs. John Ciitch 
|E. Simnis 
Mrs. John Warren 
C A. M. PiUey 
!;. Bartlett 
Opeiatiir 
SElijah Burry 
i.John Higgius 
Maurice McDonald 
Mrs. Wm. Flynn 
Sarah House 
Archibald Chafe 
Joseph Gorman 
Mabel Forsey 
John Hiscock 
William Billiard 
Operator 

Thos. Avery 



J^ss' TJilket ^Dvnarmtrm.: 



fhadUiE fe^ama ii i unHfe anr ^ssxa^ns.— 












. .- po~ Tl. i 



Post Office Department. 


69 


AYRE Sl sons, Ltd. 


Name of Office. District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Irelanfl's Eye 

*Islanii Cive (Upper) ... 

Island Cove (Random) ... 

Island Haibor 

Isle anx Jlorte 

Jackson's Arm 

*Jack son's Cove 

*Jamestovvn 

Jean de Bay 

Jeffrey's Cross'g, Bear Bk.. 

Jersey Harbor 

Jersey Side 

Job's Cove 

*Joe Bait's Atni 

John's Pond 

Julian's Haibor 

Katchuses 

Keels 

Kilbiide 

*Kelligre\vs 

*KiDg's Cove 

""■King's Point 

Kippins 

Ladle Cove 

Lady Cove 

Lake View 

Lally Cove 

*Lamaline 

Lance-au- Barges 

LaMantdie 

Lance Cove, Bell Island... 

Lance Cove, Smith's Sound 

Lance Cove, T. B. South... 

*La Poile 

La Poile, Great Harbor ... 

■"•Lark Haibor 

*La Scie 

*Lawn 

* Laurence town 

Lead Cove, T. B. 

■^Leading Tickles 

^Leading Tickles West ... 

Lee Bight 

Lear's Cove 

^Lewisporte 

Lewisporte (Branch) 

Lewisporte South 

■*Little Bay 



Trinity 

[Harbor Grace... 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate ... 

Bonavista 

Buiin 

St. George 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Bay-de-eVnle 

Fogo 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Twillingate ... 

Harbor Main ... 

Bonavista 

St. John's -.Vest 

Harbor Main ... 

Bonavista 

Twillingate ... 

St. Qeoige 

Fogo 

Trinity 

Harbor Main ... 

Fortune 

Burin 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Burin 

St. John's East 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Puile 

St. George 
St. Baibe 
Burin 

Twillingate ... 
Trinity 
Twillingate ... 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Twillingate ... 



Thomas Cooper 
Nathaniel Crane 
Mas. Jacob Smith 
Mrs. Bernard Kenna 
Dominic LeFresne 
Rosanna Sparks 
Lorenzo Newhook 
George Haines 
Honora Keefe 
Leonard A. Ilulen 
Susannah White 
John P. Bradshaw 
Wm. Royal 
Pheobe Coffin 
Mary T. Linnehan 
Thomas (jlavine 
Annie M. Kenny 
Charlotte Penny 
Edward Noriis 
William Tilley 
Mrs. Patrick Murphy 
Operator 
Dougald Mcl^aac 
Mrs. Jane Tulk 
Isabella March 
Thomas Fewer 
Eliza J. Baker 
Operator 
jMis. Rose 
!Maty Edwaids 
I William Clements 
Reuben Laite 
! RebiccK Maicli 
T. Le ^celleur 
!George F. Re id 
W. A. (Jabiiel 
Daniel P. Duggan 
Operator 
Tll'iUia-i (iieeu 

Bessie Button 
Lilian E. Andrews 
Elijah Lanning 
Adey 



Mrs. James Young 
Operator 

Nathaniel Turner 
S. Jeans 
Winnie Garland 



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Post Office Department 



Odeon Gramaphones and Records- 



Name of Office. 



*Little Bay East 

Little Bay, Herniitagt- Ba) 

*Liftle Bay Islands 

I-ittle Bay' West 

Little Beaver Cove 

Little Burnt Bay 

Little Catalina 

*Liltle River 

Little Fngo Island 

Little Harbor East 

Little Harbor, Twillingiite 

Little Ward's Harbor ... 

Little Heart's Ease 

Loik'.^^ Cove 

Long Beach 

Long Bead), Trepassey ... 

Long Harbor 

*Loon Bay 

Loo Cove 

Lord's Cove 

Lower English Harbor ... 

■"■Lower Island Cove 

Lush's Bight 

Low Point 

Lumbergrasse 

Man Point 

Main River 

Mall Bay 

Iklanuelo 

fllarche's Puiut 

Marquise 

■^Marystown 

McCalliuu Bay 

Mclver's 

Merasheen 

Mercer's Cove 

Meadows 

Melrose 

Middle Brook 

Middle Arm, Bay of Isl'de 

Middle Arm, White Bay... 

■^Millertown 

■^Milleitown Junction 

Miller's Passage 

Millville 

Milltown, Bay D'Espoir... 

Milton 

*Mobile ...I 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Fiiiliuie 



T^illingate 


Foitune 


Fogo 


I'willingato 


'("liiiitv 


St. George 


Fogo 


Plactiitia and St. 


Twiilingate ... 


Trinity 


St. Barbe 


Trinity 


Placentia and St. 


Twiilingate 

11 


Burin 


Fortune 


Bav de A^erde 


Twiilingate 


Bay de Verde 


Placentia and St. 


Fogo 


St. Geojge 


Placentia and St. 


Harbor Main 


St. George's 


Placentia and St, 


Burin 


Fortune 


St, George 


Placentia and St. 


Harbor Grace 


St. George 


Tiinity 


Bonavista 


St. George 


St. Barbe 


Twiilingate 


Foitune 


St. George 


Fortune 


Trinity 


Ferry land 



Ingoretha Good 
Mrs. Eli Strickland 
E. Campbell 
Pha'be Hat ding 
Helbeit El'i..tt 
Mr.s. Soliiuii']] Snow 
James Johnson 
J. J. Dovle 



Mary's. Mrs. Wm. Dicks 
... Leah Warr 
... Mrs. MaryK. Saunders 
... D. A. Martin 



Mary's. 



Mary'i 



M 



arys 



Mary's. 



Mary's. 



Mary A. Vey 
Thomas Neil 
Mary J. Mutray 
Dulcie Manuel 
May White 
Susanna Walirh 
Mrs. S. Dodge (actg) 
Mary J. Snelgrove 
George Parsons 
Mrs. Peter Power 
P. Murphy. 
jFrank Simnis 
|A. Nardini 
Mary Bonia 
M. Daley 
James Caiter 
Mrs. Maggie Davis 
Louisa Bui felt 
Lucy Na.^h 
Thomas Paik 
Mrs. Hennessey 
John Mercer 
Albert Biake 
Callahan Scanlan 
George Piitchett 
Mrs. Benj. Brake 
Francis Pelley 
Geo. Skiffington 
Operator 

Mrs. Jennie Shepherd 
Alex. Gale 
Helen Kendall 
George Adams 
John Fit;£gerald 



Post Office Department. 


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AYRE Sl sons, Ltd. 


Name of Office. District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



*Moreton'8 H^ibor 

Monkstown, P. B. 

Mose Ambrose 

Wo-(|iiifo, Carhonear 

Mosquito, St. Maiy's 

*AIusgta\e Harbor 

*Musgravetnwii 

Mussel Haiboi Arm 

Mussell Pond 

New Bay 

New Bridge 

*New Harbor 

Newman's Co\e 

*New Melbourne 

New Peilicau 

*Newtovvn, Bonavista ... 

Newtown, Holyrood 

♦Nipper's Harbor 

Noddy Bay 

*Nornian's Cove 

*Norrih' Arm 

Norris' Point 

Northern Atni, VVoodfoids 

Northern Arm, Exploits.. 

♦Northern Bay 

♦Northern Bight 

North River 

North East Cove 

♦Northwest Aim, Green B 

North Harbor, Placentia... 

North Harbor, St. Mary's. 

Northwest Ami, New Bay 

Northwest Puiiit 

Ochre Pit Cove 

♦Oderin 

Offer Wadliani Island 

♦Old Perlicnn 

♦Openhall 

♦Otter's Point 

♦Pacquet 

Paradise 

Parson's Pond 

Pass Island 

Patrick's Cove 

Peckford's 

Perry's Cove 

Peter's River 

♦Petites 



Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Carbonear' 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Bonavitta 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

Bay de Verde 

Trinity 

Port de Grave 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Bay de Verde 

Placentia and St, 

Fogo 

Bay de Verde 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Fogo 

Bay de Verde 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Burgeo and La Poile .. 



Mary's. 



•••I 



Operator 
William J. Ford 
Bessie Petites 
John Pedille 
Mrs. Bernard Doody 
Mildieij Wellon 
Robert S. Oldford 
Jesse Slade 
James Butlaml 
Albert Yates 
Mrs. Ja,s. Moriarty, 
Thomas Newhook 
Frederick Tilley 
Lucy E. Button 
Operator 
Moses Davis 
Laura Kenneily. 
H. H. Batstone 
Isaac Bai tlett 
Eva Stowe 
Charles Pittman 
John A. Si[uires 
Catherine \\''oodrorct 
Luke Manuel 
Mrs. James March 
Reuben Martin 
Madeline Seward 
William Caswell 
George Robljins 
Jessie Eddy 
Patrick Bonia 
Clara M. Osmond 
William Elliott 
William G. Benson. 
Mary Biaithwuite 
Willis Abbot 
Tayphena Maich. 
George Shears 
Hattie C. Collier 
Joseph Norman 
Ellen Healey 
Samuel Payne 
William Strickland 
Mrs. P. B. McGrath 
Solomon N. Abbott 
Rachel Kellaway 
Mrs. M. Luudrigaa 
Julia Courtney 



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Fost Office iJepartment, 



Ready-to-Wear Skirts, Blouses 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Petit Foit 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Mrs. Jos. Hayden 


-*Petty Harbor 


St. John's West 


Henry J. W. Bishop 


Pike's Aim 


Twillingate 


Emma J. Richards 


*Fille.v's Inland 


(( 


Operator 


Pincharil's Island 


Bonavista 


William Green 


*Placentia 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


M. J. Collins 


Placentia 


(( (( 


Bride Sitenian (assij-t) 


Placeiitia Junction 


u .c 


Paul Hynes 


Placentia South East 


(I (t 


Mrs. Jas. Lannon 


Plate Cove 


Bonavista 


Agnes Moss 


Plate Cove West 


u 


John Furlong 


Point Eniagfe 


Fortune 


Ernest Wallers 


Point Lfiuce 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


John Careen 


*Point Lenmingion 


Twillingate 


Operator 


Point Vei-ilf 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Margaret Breen 


-^Pool'sCuve 


Fortune 


Henrietta Williams 


♦Pool's Island 


Bonavista 


Peter House 


Port-nux-Birts 


Burin 


Alice Beck 


*Port-au-Foit 


St. George 


Operator 


*Port Blandfurd 


Bonavista 


Operator 


""•Port Saundeis 


St. Barbe 


Agnes Coles 


Port de Grave 


Port de-Grave 


Margaret E. Usher 


Portugal Cove 


St. John's East 


Martin Bulge 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey.. 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Daniel Leary 


^Pouch Cove 


St. John's East 


Walt. B. Easteibrook 


Pound Cove 


Bonavista 


Josiah Hounsell 


Presque 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


S. L. Sullivan 


*Pushtlirougli 


Fortune 


William Camp 


Queen's Cove 


Trinity 


Mrs. Joshua (iooby 


<^uirpon 


St. Baabe 


Willis Gulliford 


"•■Ramea 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


William Collins 


Rantem 


Trinity 


Mrs. E. J. DuflF 


Rattling Brook 


St. George 


George Butt 


Rattling Biook 


Twillingate 


Charles Oke 


Raymond's Point 


Fortune 


Wm. Thos. Strickland 


Red Head Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Mrs. C. Hogan 


Red Cliff Island 


Bonavista 


Elizabeth Quinton 


*Red Island 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Patrick Dunphy 
Laura Foote 


Red Island 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


*Rencontre, Fortune Bay.. 


Fortune 


Mrs. M. Collis 


♦Rencontre, Her. Bay ... 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Jane Ball 


♦Renews 


Ferry land 


Thomas Jackman 


Renews, South Side 


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Clara M. Foley 
John Skinner 


Richard's Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile ... 


Riverhead, Harbor Grace.. 


Harbor Grace 


Mary Coady 
Edward Bonia 


Riverhead, St. Mary's ... 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


River of Ponds ft&\^' ... 


St Barbe J.~^Sr~~i... 


Thomas Patey 


♦Robinson's Head "^J^... 


St. GeorgeJi 


James E. Carter 



Post Office Department. 



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Name of Office. 



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Postmaster's Name. 



Robert's Arm 
Rock Hailior, Buiin 
Rocky Har., Bonne Bay.. 
Ro(l<lickton Mills 
♦Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
*Rose Blanche 
Rushoon 
Saddle Island 
Safe Harbor 
Sally's Cove 
Salt Pond 
Sagona 
St. Ann's 
*St. Anthony 
*St. Bride's 
*St. Brendan's 
*St. George's 
*St. Jacques 
St. Jones' Within 
St. Jones' Without 
St. John's, Central 
" *East 

" West End 

" Duckworth-st. E 

" Garrison Hill ., 

" *King's Bridge ., 

" Monkstown 

" Riverhead 

" Mundy's Pond Rd 

" Thorburn Road 

St. Joseph's, Placentia 

*St. Joseph's, Salmonier... 

*St. Lawrence 

St. Leonard's 

*St. Mary's 

St. Michael's Harbor 

St. Patiick'sN.D.B. 

St. Panl's 

St. Philip's 

St. Shott's 

Salmon Cove 

Salmon Cove 

Salmon Cove 

Salmon Cove West 

Salmonier 

♦Salvage 



Twillingate 
Burin 
St. Barbe 

Notre Dame Bay 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile ... 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

F'ortune 

Harbor Main 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Bonavista 

St. George 

Fortune 

Trinity 

St. John's East 



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Placentia and St. Mary's. 
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St. John's West 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Bay de Verde 

Port de Grave 

Trinity 
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Placentia and St. Mary's. 
Bonavista 



Charles W. Warr 
Henry Brown 
John Parsons 
William Fillier 
Robert Coombs 
Joshua Kendall 
Richard Furneaux 
Bridget Cheeseman 
Eli Garland 
Priscilla Davis 
James Endicott 
Susanna Snow 
Mis. M. Snooks 
Mrs. Donovan 
Noah Simms 
John E. Conway 
Francis Hogan 
Maud Morris 
Bertha M. Youn 
Mrs. Simeon King 
Mrs. Mary A. Green 
Dicks & Co. 
Jessie Bulley and 

Frances Meehaa 
Peter O'Mara 
Miss Coonan 
Miss Delaney 
Mrs. Margaret Hayes 
Miss Spry 
Mrs. M. Mealey 
Albert Taylor 
Mrs. Thos. Tucker 
Mrs. Mary King 
P. J. Cormack 
M. Vavasseur. 
Annie J. Sullivan 
Mrs. Mary Walsh 
Ezekiel Bnddon 
Edward Delaney 
John Pittman 
David Tucker 
Anthony Molloy 
Mrs. Lillie Parsons 
Mary J. Hussey 
Charity Gabriel 
J. Freeman 
Minnie Flynn 
Operator 



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Sampson's Island 

*Sandy Point 

*Saiidy Point, Smith's S. 

Sceviour's Island 

*Scilly Cove 

Scissor's Cove 

*Seal Cove 

Seal Cove 

Seal Cove 

Seal Cove 

Seal Cove, "White Bay .. 

*Searston 

*S2ldom-Come-By 

Shambler's Cove 

Shearstown 

Ship Cove, Placentia 

*Port Rex ton 

Ship Harbor 

*Shool Harbor 

Shoe Cove 

Sibley's Cove 

Snook's Arm 

Snnok's Brook 

Snook's Harbor 

♦Sound Island 

South Branch 

Southern Arm 

Southern Bay 

Southern Harbor 

South Side, Har. Grace ... 

Southwest Arm, New Bay 

Southwest Arm, Green B. 

♦Spaniard's Bay 

Spaniard's Bay, Riverhead 

Spanish Room 

♦Springtlale 

Squid Tickle 

Step-a-side 

♦Stephenville Crossing ... 

■^Stephenville 

Stock and Knight Coves... 

Stone's Cove 

♦Summerside 

Sunnyside 

Sweet Bay 

Tack's Beach 

Terenceville 



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Tvvillingate 

St. George 

Trinity 

Tvvillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Harbor Main 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

St. George 

Burin 

Bonavista 

Haibor Giace 

Placentia and St. 

Trinity 

Placentia lud St. 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Trinity 



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St. Geoige 
Twillingate 
Bonavista 



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Twillingate 

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St. George 

Bonavista 

Portuns 

St. George 

Trinity 

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Plocentia and St. 

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Mrs. Maltha Potter 
Hector McDonald 
Camilla Strong 
Mary A. Anstey 
Allison Kelland 
Abfaloni Chalk 
William Prince 
Charles Forsey 
Albert Dawe 
Jesse Buckler 
Joshua Robinson 
Donatille O'Qainn 
P. Newell 
Arthur Vivian 
R. Sanders 
Thomas Tobin 
...:Mary Randall 
Mary's. iJane A. Power 
Jauiee S. Butler 
Joseph Harding 
Simon Spaiks 
Andrew Elliott 
Alexander Gardner 
John Loiler 
Wilson Holiett 
Dougald Mc Isaac 
John Fry 
Job Wel'ls 
Monica Whiffin 
Arch. Noseworthy 
Mrs. Clar'd Andrews 
H. F. Colbourne 
J. L. Gosse 
Joseph Caines 
Susanna Coady 
M. Belle Huxter 
Charlotte A. Oldford^ 
Mrs. Thomas Wagg 
Operator 
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Catherine Walsh 
Mary J. Pope 
John Barry 
Solomon Hutchings 
Mary M. Kelly 
Elizabeth Foote 
'Abigail Miles 



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Trinity 


John Mills 


Thorl/urri Road 


St. John's 


Mrs. Thos. Tucker 


*Three Arms 


Twillingate 


Mrs. Fanny Batstone 


Thimble Tickle 


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George Marsh, jr. 


Tickle Cove 


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Adam Skitfington 


*Ti]t Cove 


Twillingate 


Wm. Cunningham 


Tilton 


Harbor Grace 


Josiah Janes 


*Tiltii)g 


Fogo 


L«abel Buike 


Tizzaiil's Harbor 


Twillingate 


John Boyd 


Toad's Cove 


Ferryland 


Sarah DriscoU 


*Topsail 


Harbor Main 


Annie Moyse. 


*Torba3' 


St. John's East 


Richard J. Ryan 


Tray town 


Bonavista 


Charles Kean 


*Trepas8ey 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Elizabeth Stevenson 


*Triiiity 


Tiinity 


Emma C. Hiscock 


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Charles "White 


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Twillingate 


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Tnrk's Cove 


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Mrs. Bride Hearty 


Turk's Gut 


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Denis Shea 


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Twillingate 


John White 


Twillingate South 


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Upper Ferry 


St. George 


A. D. Mclsaac 


Upper Gullies 


Harbor Main 


Lavinia Andrews 


Upjier Rocky Brook 


Tiinity 


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Upper Small Point 


Bay de Verde 


Grace Hayden 


Victoiia Cove 


Fogo 


Olive A. Torraville- 


Valeii I-laiid 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


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Vallefield 


Bonavista 


Elsie Sansbury 


Victoiia Village 


Carbonear 


Rebecca Powell 


nVaid's Harbor 


Twillingate 


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Wellmon's Cove 


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St. George 


Charles Benoit 


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Fogo 


Ella Carne'l 


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Bay de Verde 


Ewen Kennedy 


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St. Barbe 


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Burgeo and La Poile ... 


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♦Whitbourne 


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White Rocks 


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Wild Bight 


Twillingate 


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Feiiyland 


M. J. Shanahan. 


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St. George 


T. M. Costello 


Woody Island 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Immer Williams 


Wood Island Harbor 


St. George 


Mi's. Thomas Hynes. 


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Post Office Department. 85 

Underwear.— AYeE & SONS, Ltd. 

LABRADOR WINTER ROUTES. 

Dining the winter arason (while s.s. Home is not employed in Straits 
of Belle Isle), Mails for Labrador are forwarded weekly to Flower's Cove, 
and from tVieie to St. Modeste, Labrador, by small boat about three timea 
dining the winter whenever weather conditions permit. 

BAY AND COASTAL STEAMERS. 1911. 
Placentia Bay. 

The R. s. Anjyle leaves Placentia every Wednesday afternoon after the 
arrival of the mail from St. John's, and proceeds to the following places 
on the North side of the Bay : — Red Island, Ship Harbor, Indian Harbor, 
Rani's Island (lona), Roseau- Rue, Harbor Buffet, Haystack, Brewley, 
North Harbor, Sound Island, Black River, Woody Island, Bairen Island, 
Tack's Beach, Burgeo, St. Leonard's, Valen Island, and Merasheen. 

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

Leaving Placentia every Monday afternoon after the arrival of the 
iiiail train from St. John's, will call at the following places : — Pre^que, 
Paradise, Petit Foit, St. Joseph'.-;, Oderin, Baine Harbor, Flat Island, 
Marystown, Beau Bois, Fox Gove, Burin, Great Burin, Epworth, St. Law- 
rence, Lawn, Lord's Cove, and Lamaline. 

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

Trinity Bay. 

The s. s. Ethie, on Tiioitj' Ba.y, will leave Clarenville every Monday 
(except in January, Febiuary, March and April), and call at the following 
places : — Hickman's Harbor, Heart's Content, Hant's Harbor, Lady Cove, 
Trinity, Catalina, Old Perlican, Bay de Verde, Western Bay, and Car- 
bonear. 

Mails via Clarenville close Saturday, 9 3') p. 111. 

Leaving Carbonear every Tuesday for Western Bay, Bay de Verde, 
Catalina, Salmon Cove, Trinity, Bonaventure, Ireland's Eye, British Har- 
bor, Britannia Cove, Thoroughfare, Ueer Htrboi', Fox Ha'ljjr, Hickman's 
Harbor, Lady Cove and Clarenville. 

Mails via Carbonear close Tue.><day, 7 a. m. 

Leaving Claienville every Fri.lay fur la-i iiienti<ined places, reversed 
to Carbonear. 

Mails via Clarenville close Thursday, 4 p \u 

Leaving Carbonear every Saturday forVV..-i.ri) Bi\\ Bay de Verde, 
Old Perlican, Catalina, Trinity, Hant's Haibm, Ilia ts Content, Hick- 
man's Harbor, Lady Cove and Claienville. 

Mails via Carbonear close Satuiday, 7 a. m. 

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 ^ 



86 Post Office Department 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., [for 



James' Town, Sweet Bhv. -.■uiliern Ann, Indian Arm, Plate Cove, Open 
Hall, Keels, Kind's O'v-, Biii,i,vit,ta, Salvage, Flat Islands, St. Brendan's, 
Gooseberrj- Islands, Faii l.^l.mdf^, Gnenspond, Pool's Island and Wesley- 
ville. 

Mails for the above plHC. s close every Satuiday evening at 9.30 o'clock, 
and eveiy Thursday afteinium at 4 30 o'clock, and for Bonavistn (proper)^ 
and King's Cove every fi'te'iiate Tuesday morning Ht 7 o'clock, via train 
to Carbonear and Triimj llfty steamer. 

Fogo District. 

Tlie 8. 8. Fogota leaves St. John's during .summer every Tuesday, at 
4 p.m., calling at the following named places guing and retaiMing, aud is 
due back at St. John's every Sunday : 

Wesleyville, Newtown, Cat Harbor, Offer Wadham Islands, Inner 
Wadham Islands (Peckford's), Mn.=grave Harbor, Ladle Cove, Catman- 
ville, Fredericton, Man Point, Gander Bay, North Side Gander Bay, Vic- 
toria Cove, Horwood's (Dog Bay), Indian Islands, Seidom-Come-By, tilting 
Harbor, Little Fogo I.'^lands (Jou Batt's Arm), Barr'd Island, Fogo, Change 
Islands. 

Notre Dame Bay. 

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

Mails for the above places will be closed Saturday evenings at !^.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, P)lle>'s Island, Springdale, Boot Har- 
bor, Wellnian's Cove (S.C.I. ), Ward's Harbor, Little Bay Islands, Little 
Ba>', Three Arms, Jackson's Cove and King's Point (alternately), North- 
weit Arm, Nipper's Haibor, Snook's Ann, Tib Cove and Shoe Cove. 

Mails for the above places will be closed e\ery Thur.-dav afternoon at 
4.30 o'clock. 

LABRADOR SERVICE. 

The s. s. Invermore will perform this service lortnighlly, making 
ten trips, commencing the service about the 5th June, sailrng from Saint 
John's, and will call at the followirjg 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, Squore Is- 
land, Dead Island, Snug Harbor, Venison Island, Hawk's Harbor, Bol- 
ster'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 



Post Office Dejmrtment. 87 



'^ Ostermoor^' Mattresses. 



Harrison, Ragged Itslaml, Long Tickle, Maccovick Islands, Tuiimvick East, 
Turnavick West, Winsor Harbor, Hopedale. 

The s.s. Stella Maris was engaged in 1910 to proceed to Double 
Island, Fanny's Hai bo', Spracklin Island and Nain. 

* Tlie s. s. will probably connect with the a. s. Invermore 

either at Indian Hhi Iht m- at Rig(nilette on lier way iSiorth, proceeding 
to the following places in Hamilton Inlet : — Northwest River, French 
Trading Post, (jillis I'urt, Grand River Pulp Company Post and Keninion 
Lumber Post, retuiiiing to Rigoulette, Lester Point and on to Indian Har- 
bor to connect with the Invermore on the return trip South. 

STRAITS OF BELLE ISLE SERVICE. 

The s. s. Home, leaving Hunibermouth, Bay of Islands, eveiy Wednes- 
day (except four winter months), will call at the foil jwing ports going and 
returning :— Lai k Harbor, York Harbor, Trout River, Bonne Bay, Cow 
Head, Poit S,iunders, Bartlett's Harbor, Brig Bay, Currant Island, Salmon 
River, Bonne Ksperance, Middle Bay, Isle-aux-Bois, Blanc Sablon, Bradore,. 
Flower's Cove, Foiteau, Lance au-Loup, St. Modeste, Red Bay, Henley and 
Chateau (alteinately), Chimney Tickle, Cape Charles and Battle Harbor. 

Mails lor the above will be closed every Tuesdaj' afternoon at 4 o'clock, 
unless it is ascertained that a later train will c(mnect with the steamer. 

NORTHERN COAST SERVICE. 

The s. s. ['rospero will perform this service, leaving St. John's every 
alternate Wednesday (excej)t four winter months), calling at the following 
named places : Bay de Verde or Ohl Perlican, Trinity, Catalina, Bonavista, 
King's Cove, Salvage, Greenspond, Pool's Island, Musgrave Harbor, Seldoni- 
Come-By, Fogo, Herring Neck, Twillingate, Moreton's Harbor, Exploits,. 
Fortune" H^ibor, 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 Aim, Haibor Deep, Eiiglee, Conche, St. 
Julian's, Godse Cove, St. Anthony and Giiguet. 

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

SOUTH AND WEST COAST SERVICE. 

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

Mails for places between St. John's and ( 'hanuel for despatch by the 
steamer will be closed at the G. P. 0. every alternate Friday, at 9 a. m., 
and to connect with the steamer at Placentia the following Saturday 



88 Post Office I'epartment. 



AYAE & SONS, Ltd., for 



morning at 7.30 a. m. If it should he passible to hasten delivery of 
mail matter for any of the above-named places by despatching it per rail 
to|_connect with the steamer on her return to Port-aux-Basques, it will 
be so sent. 

SOUTH COAST SERVICE. 

The ?. s. Gltnvoe performs this .service, leaving Placentia every Wed- 
nesday evening aftei airival of mail tiain from St. JdIuj's, and will call at 
the following named places : — Burin and St. Lawrence (alternately). For- 
tune, Grand Bank, Belleoram, Si. Jacques, Haibc- Briton, Heimitage, 
Pushthrough, Balena, Rencontre (each alternate trip), K^mea, Burgeo, 
Grand Bruit, (each alternate trip), La Poile, Rose Blanche and Channel, 
^Port-aux- Basques). 

Mails foi' the above places will be closed every Wednes day inoriiirig at 
7.30 o'clock. A suppk'iiieiitat v mail will also be despatched to connect 
with the steamnr at Fort-aux Basques liy the Thursday express, on alter- 
nate week, Hrid will be closed at the G. P. 0. every alternate Tluirsday 
at 4.30 p.m. 

Fortune Bay District. 

The s. s. i>uni leaves Belleoram every Thursday after the arrival of 
•8. s. Glencoe from Placentia with mails, and proceeds to the following places: 
Corbin, Pool's Cove, Bay-du-Nord, Lally Cove, Rencontre, Stone's Cove, 
Anderson's Cove, Engli.-h Harbor East, Terenceville, Harbor Millf. Little 
Bay Ea*t, Bay L'Argt-nt, Fox Cove. Returnirrg :— Fox Cove, Bay L' Ar- 
gent, Little Bay East, Haibor Mille, English Harbor East, Anderson's 
(Jove, Stone's Cove, Rencontre, Lally Cove, Bay-du-Noid, Pool's Cove, 
Belleoram, Garnish, Point Enragee, and back to Belleoram, thence without 
unnecessary delay to St. Jacqut-s, English Harbor West, Mose Ambrose, 
Boxey, Coorrrb's Cove, Miller's Pas.^^age, Little Bay West, Jersey Harbor, 
Harbor Breton, Sagdna, Brunette, Great Harbor, Dawson's Cove, Seal 
Cove, Pass Islands, Grole, Hermitage Cove, Furby'sCove, Gaultois, Round 
Harbor, Little Bay, H.B., Great Jervois, Bay-du-Nord, H.B., Pushthrough, 
Balena, McCallum, Pass l,slan<l, Seal (Jove, Dawson's Cove, Harbor Breton, 
Coomb's Cove, Boxey, English Harbor West, St. Jacques, Belleoram. 

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

The s.s. Active leaves St. George's every Monday during summer after 
arrival of train from St. John's, calling at tire following jjlaces :— Sandy 
Point, Stephenvrlle, Gravel's, Campbell's Creek, Ship Cove, Marches Point, 
Cape George, Main Land, Three Rocks Cove, Clam Bank Cove, Black 
Duck Brook, Long Point, West Bay, Boswarlas, Port-au-Port. 

Bay of Islands 

The s. 6. Ubique leaves Curling, every Monday and Friday during 
summer after arrival of train from St. John's, and calls at the following 
places :— Meadow's Point, Benoit Cove, Maclver's, Wood's Island, Middle 
Arm, Lark Harbor, Broom's Bottom, York Harbor. Returning : York 
Harbor, Frenchman's Cove, Lark Harbor, Middle Arm, Wood's Island 
Maclvir's, Benoit Cove, Meadow's Point, Curling. 



Post Office Department. 89 

''Century'^ Washing Machines. 

BY WAGGON, 

Ferryland District, Kilbride, Goulds and Petty Harbor, every Monday at 

7 a. in., and on Tuesday and Thursday at 6.30 p. m., during samnier. 

Mails close on Monday and Ehursday at 6.30 during winter. 
For Trepassey Bay, via Ferryland and Renews, every Monday at 7 a. m. 

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

in winter. 

For Portugal Cove anil Bell Island every day (Saturdays excepted.) 
For Bruad Cove and Freshwater Valley, daily from 1st May to 21st Oct. 
Bi-weekly from 1st Nov. to 30th April. 

For Torbay, Pouch Cove and Cape St. Francis : Tuesdays and Fridays at 
10 a. ni. in winter ; and Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in sum. 

GENERAL DIRECTIONS TO THE PJBLIC. 
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 careful to discriminate between 
places of the same name. 

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

Letters containing gold or silver mone)', jewels, or anything liable to 
Cnstoms' duty, cannot be forwarded by post beyond the Colony. In the 
Colony tliey 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 she Post Otlice. 

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 chaiged 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 Newfoundiand, Great Britain, Canada 
and the United States, without being taken out of the Post Office, are not 
liable to any additional postage. 



90 Post Office Department. 



AYRE &. SONS, Ltd., for Best Stocked 

Request Letters. 

Letters addressed to persons in Newfonndlond, when sent in enve- 
lopes having written or printed thereon a request frrjm the sender that the 
letter, if not delivered at tbe office addressed within a certoin time speci- 
fied in the request, may be returned to his address as requested, will be 
returned to the sender at the expiration of the time specified. 

Newspapers. 

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

A newspaper must have no cover, or a cover open at both ends, which 
can be easily withdrawn. It must contain no enclosure. It must have no 
writing thereon but the name and address of 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-tour inches in length, nor twelve 
inches in breadth or depth. The limit of weight of a book packet ad- 
dressed to any place within tlie Colony, Great Britain, Canada or the 
United States, is three pounds. Postage — one cent per two ounces. Cir- 
culars — one cent eack under two uvnces. 

Patterns and Samples. 

Bona fide patterns and samples os niercliandize, 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, jjroperly labelled, and put up in such a manner as 
to admit of inspection. 

Packets of patterns and samples, addressed to any place in Newfound- 
laud, 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 Britain and British possessions is five 
pounds ; the United States, twelve ounces ; and all countries in Europe, 
eight ounces. Postage — two cents for the first two 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 
be dropped into the letter box. The registration fee must be pre-paid on 
registered letters addressed to the Government Depaitniencs in St. John's, 
(except the Postal Depai tment), and also on registers sent by the Govern- 
ment offices in the Outports. The registration fee on letters and parcels 
to places in Newfoundland is three cents, including official registratian ; 
to Great Britain our cents ; to Canada and the United States, five cents. 

Letters, containing coin, etc., will be forwarded in the Colony only 
(cnarged with double registration fee, if posted without being registered). 



Post Office Department. 



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Piano and Organ Warehouse in the City. 

Coins cannot be sent in letters outside of Newfoundland. Such letters will- 
always be returned from D. L. 0. to writer. Always obtain a receipt for 
registered letter or packst. 

Matters which cannot bo sent by Post, 

Any explosive, dangerous or explosive substance, licjuids, or anytliing- 
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 elides, and spectacles, when properly put up), matche!;, leeches, 
or fruit. 

Letters containing gold or silver monej', jewels, or any coin, or any 
thing liable to Customs' duty, cannot be sent by mail out of Newfound- 
land. 



List of Countries to which Money Orders may be Sent. 



Aden, 

Algeria, 

Antigua, 

Argentine Republ'C, 

Australia, South & AVest, 

Austria-Hungary, 

Bahamas, 

Barbados, 

Bechuanaland, 

Belguim, 

Beluchistan, 

Bermuda, 

Borneo, North British 

(Sandahan), 
British CTuiana, 
Bulgaria, 
Burmah, 
Cameroons and Togo 

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

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

Croix, St. Taomas), 
Denmark (incl'g Iceland 

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

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

Africa Protectorate), 



Gibraltar, 

Gold Coast, 

Great Britain & Ireland, 

Greece, 

Grenada, 

Hawaii, 

Holland, 

Honduras, 

Hong Kong, 

India (British): Bander- 
Abas, Bushire, Jask and 
Linga (India Postal 
Agencies), 

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

Jamaica, 

Japan, 

Labuan, 

Lagos, 

Leeward Islands, 

Luxemborg, 

Malta, 

Mauritius, 

Mexico, 

Mombassa and Lamu, 

Montserrat, 

Muscat (in Arabia), India 
Postal Agency, 

Natal, 

Nevis, 

New Guinea (German 
Protectorate), 

New South Wales, 

New Zealand, 

Netherlands, 

Norway, 

Orange River Colony, 



Panama (British Postal 

Agency), 
Porto Rico, 
Portugal (Azores, and 

Madeira Islands), 
Queensland, 
Roumania, 

Russia (includ'g Finland), 
St. Helena, 
St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. 

Vincent), 
Salvador, 

Sandwich Isl'ds (Hawaii), 
Sarawak, 

Seychelles Islands, 
Siam, 

Sierra Leone, 
Straits Settlements 

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

River Colony), 
Trinidad, Tobago and 

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

(British Postal Agency), 
United States of America,- 
Urugay, 

Victoria (Australia), 
Zanzibar (India Postal 

Agency), 
Zululaud. 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Chickering, 

POST OFFICE DIRECTORY, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Pos^t Offices marked (*) are Mon^y Order Offices. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Po.-t Town. 


Aaron Arm 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Aaron Cove 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Abbot Cove 


Twillingate 




Foitune Harbor. 


Abraham's Covo 


St, George ... 




Poit-au-Port. 


Adam's Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 




C. B. Railway "A." 


Admiral's Cove 


Burin 




Graml Bank. 


Admiral's Beach 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Admiral's Cove 


Ferry land ... 




Cape Broyle. 


Admiral's Cove 


u 




Fermeuse. 


Adventure, Big& Little 


Bona vista ... 




Glovertown. 


Aiguillettes 


St. Barbe ... 




Englee. 


Alcock Island 


Twillingate 




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


Alderburn 


a 




Norris' Arm. 


Alder Island 


Fogo 




Musgrave Haibor ; 
s.s. Fogota in summer. 


Alexander Bay (Reach) 


Bonavista ... 


• ■ • 


Glovertown. 


Allan Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Brugeo. 


Allan Island 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Amelia Cove 


St. Barbe ... 




Giigiiet. 


Amherst Coves, 








Uppei', Mid., Low... 


Bunavista ... 


... 


King's Cove. 


Anchor Point 


St. Barbe ... 




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


Anderson's Cove 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
and s.s. Susu. 


Anderson's Cove 


Trinity 




New Harbor. 


Angel's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Biide's, Placentia. 


Ann's Cove 


(( 


(( 


Presque, Placentia. 


Ann's Cove 


Burin 


• > . 


Lamaline. 


Anstey's Cove 


Twillingate 


• > • 


Little Bay Island. 


Anthony Island 


Trinity 


... 


Ireland's Eye, Britannia 
Cove ; T.P.O. in summer. 


Apsey Beach 


St. George ... 


* ■ • 


Bay of Islands, Curling. 


Apsey Cove Point ... 


Trinity 


• .< 


Shoal Harbor. 


Apsey Cove 


Fogo 


... 


Mu.sgrave Harbor ; 
s.s. Fogota in summer. 


Aquafoita 


Ferryland ... 


• • . 


Ferryland. 


Aquiller 


Fortune 


t ■ • 


Puslithrough. 


Aarchie Campbell's Ce. 


St. George ... 




Port-au-Port. 


Argentia 


Placentia St. & Mary's. 


Argentia, Placentia Bay. 


Arnold's Cove 


(( 


.( 


Arnold's Cove. 



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93 



Ronish and Bell Pianos. 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Ariege Bay 


St. Barbe ... 




Bonne Bay. 


Arran Cova 


Fortune 




Trepassey. 


Aspen Cove 


Twillingate 




Little Bay Island. 


Aspen Cove and Brook 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Athlone 


Ferry land ... 




Caplin Bay. 


Aviron (Oar) Bay 






Coastal T.P.O. West, 








Cape La Hune. 


*Avondale 


Harbor Main 




Avondale. 


Balcalhoa 


Twillingate 




Herring Neck. 


Baccalieii 


Bay de Verde 




Lower Island Cove. 


Bachelor's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Valen Island, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Back Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Back Cove 


Fogo 


■ • • 


Fogo. 


Back Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


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


Back Harbor 


Twillingate 


■ ■• 


Twillingate. 


Bacon Cove 


Harbor Main 




Avondale. 


Badger Bay 


Twillingate 


*.. 


Point Leamington in win. ; 
Pilley's Island N. D. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Badger Quay 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Pool's Island. 


liaie de Loutre (Otter 








Bay) 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Baie Verte 


St. Barbe ... 




Bay Verte ; Coastal T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Bailey's Point 


(( 


... 


Bonne Bay. 


Bailey's Cove 


Bonavista ... 




Bonavi!^ta. 


*Baiue Harbor 


Placeutia & St. 


Mary's. 


Baine Harbor, Placentia 
B:iy T.P.O. 


Bait Cove 
Bakan Cove 


Twillingate... 
St. George ... 






!!! 


Bay of Islands, Curling. 


Baker's Br'k, Bonne B. 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Bonne Bay. 


Baker's Head 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Baker's Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Baker's Tickle 


U tl 




Rose Blanche. 


Bald Nap 


Trinity 




Elliott's Cove. 


Baldwin Cove 


St. Barbe ... 




Jackson's Arm, 


Balena 


Fortune 




Belena, per s.s. Glencoe. 


Ballentine Cove 


St. George ... 




Bay of Islands, Curling. 


Balsom Bud Cove 


Twillingate 




Tilt Cove. 


Bank Head 


St. George ... 




Railway T.P.O. 


Bannatyne Cove 


(1 




Curling. 


Baraclioix, Gt. & Little 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Barachoix — Big, Mid- 








dle and Lower 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 



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Post Office Department 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd 


., Organs for the 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Barbaset 


... 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Biy (Gargamelle 
T. P.O. in summer). 


Barr'J Brook 




u 


Flower's Cove. 


Barr'd Islands 




Fogo 


Fogo; 8.S. Fogota in sum. 


Bareneed 




Port de Grave - ... 


Clarke's Beach, C. B. By. 


Barren Island 




Plaeentia & St. Mary's. 


Plaeentia Bay T.P.O. 


Barrocks 




St. Barbe ... 


Coachiiiau's Cove, Coastal 
T P.O. in summer. 


Bairow 




F'ortune 


Belleoraiu, Bay L'Aigent. 


Barrow Harbor 




Bona vista ... 


Salvage. 


Bartlett Cove 




Twillingate... 


Little Bay 


Bartlett Harbor 




St. Barbe ... 


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


Bar Point 




Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Ba^sett's Harbor 




Fogo 


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


Bateau Cove 




St. Barbe ... 


Tilt Cove. 


Bateau Cove 




St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


Bateaux Cove 




St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay. 


Bat's Path End 




Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bauline 




Ferryland ... 


Toad's Cove. 


Bauline 




St. John's East 


Pouch Cove. 


*Bay Bulls 




Feiryland ... 


Bay Bulls. 


Bay iiull'd Arm 




Trinity 


Sunnyside Railway. 


Bay d'Est, Fortune 


Bay 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Bay d'Est, Her. Bay... 


" 


Puslitlirough. 


Bay d'Leau 




Plaeentia & St. Mary's. 


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


Bay d'Leau 


• . . 


Fortune 


Pushthioueh. 


Bay d'Leau Island 


• • • 


(1 


do. ^ 


Bay du Loup 




Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Bay du Nord, For. 


Bay 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent. 


Bay du Nord, Her. 


Bay 


11 


Puslitlirough. 


Bay de Pai is 




St. Barbe ... .. ■ 


Pacquet, Tilt Cove. 


Bay D'Efpoir 




Fortune 


Gaultois, s.s. Fortuna. 


*Bay-dt'- Verde 




B^y i!e Verde 

1 


Lower Is. Ce, and s.s. Fthie 
on Tuesday and Saturday 
morning in summer. 


Bay des Vieux 




1 
Burt^eo and La Poile...' 


Burgee. 


*Bay L'Aigent 


... 


Foitune 


Bay L'Argent, via Plac. Bay 
T.P.O. and s.s. Fortuna. 


*Bay of Islands 


... 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


*Bay Roberts 




Harbor Grace 


Bay Roberts. 


Bay St. Genevieve 


... 


St. Barbe ... 


[•"lower's Cove in summer; 
Bonne Bay in winter. 


Bear Brook 


... 


St. George ... 


Railway T.P.O. 



Post Office Department. 



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Home, the Church and the School. 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Bear Uove 


Feriyland ... 


Renews, Fermeuse and 
Witless Bay. 


Bear Cuve 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bear Cove 


u 


Three Arms. 


Bear Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Flower's Cove. 


Bear Cove 


(( 


Western Cove, W. B. Coast. 
T.P.O. in sum., monthly; 
Bale Veite in winter. 


Bear Cove, Rocky Hr.. 


" 


Bonne Bay. 


Bear Cove 


St. George ... 


Port-au-Port, Crabbes Brk., 
N.N. & W. Railway, 


Bear'* Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace. 


Beachy Cove 


(( 


Bay Roberts. 


Beau Bois 


Burin 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Beaver Cove 


Twillingate 


Tilt Cove. 


Beaver Cove 


(( 


Little Bay. 


Beaver Cove 


(t 


Counaigre. 


Beaver Ce, Chimney B. 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay. 


Beaverton 


Twillingate 


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


Beaver Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Englee. 


Birch Bay (Counaigre). 


Fortune 






Beckford 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Belbiirns 


St. Barbe ... 


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


Bell Harbor 


Fortune 


Rencontre, F.B. 


*Bell Island 


St. John's East 


Bell Island. 


Bell Isle (Lance Cove). 


u 


do. 


Belle Isle North 


St. Barbe ... 


Griguet. 


Bell Isle South 


(( 


Conche. 


Bellman's Cove 


St. George ... 


Port-au-Port. 


*Belleoram 


Fortune 


Belleoram and s.s. Fortuna. 


Bel vie Bay 


St. Barbe ... 


St. Anthony. 


Ben Batts Arm 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Bennett Island 


Bonavista ... 


Qreenspond. 


Bennett's Cove 


St. George ... 


St. George's. 


Benoit's Cove 


U 


Bay of Islands (Curling). 


Benson Point 


Twillingate 


Little Bay. 


Belt's Cove 


(C 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Berry Head 


St. George 


Fort-au-Port. 


Beverley Cove 


a 


Bay of Islands. 


Be van Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Bide's Arm 


St. Barbe ... 


Western Cove, Bale Verte in 
winter; T.P.O. in sum. 


Hide's Cove 


a 


do. do. 


Biche Arm 


(C 


Conche. 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., The 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Big Brook 
Big Brook 
Big Cove 

Big Island 

Big Salmonier 
Big River, Codroy 
Bill Cove (Middle) 
Billions Cove 
Billy I'oint 
Bird) Cove 
Birch Cove 

Birch Island 
Birchy Bay 



Birchy Cove 
Birchy Cove 
Birchy Cove 

Bircljy 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 

jilack Dvck Cove 
*B]ackhead 
Blackhead 
Blackhead 



St. Bajbe 
St. George 
St. Barbe 



Burin 

St. George's 

Bona vista ... 

Buigeo and La Poile. 

Fortune 

Bonavista ... 

Trinity 



Twill ingate 



Bonavista . 
St. George . 
Tuillingate 

Fortune 
St. Barbe . 

a 

Tiinity 



St. John's East 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Hatbor Grace 

P(jrt de-Giave 
Bonavi.-trt ... 
Trinity 

St. George ... 
Trinity 



St. Barbe ... 
Baj' de Verde 
St. John's ... 
Twillingate 



Cape Norman, Griguet. 

Channel. 

Western Cove, Baie Verte 

in winter; T.P.O. in sum. 
Western Cove, Baie Verte, 

in win.; T.P.O. in sum. 
Burin. 

Grand River. 
Pool's Island, Cape Freels. 
Connoire Bay. 



Bonavi^ta. 

Fox Har., Northern Bight, 

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

Canipbellton in summery 

N.D.B. T.P.O. 
Bonavista. 

Bay of Islands (Curling). 
Jackson's Cove, N.D. Bay 

E P.O. in summer. 
Bay D'Espoir. 
Bonne Bay. 
Flower's Cove. 
Bunavista. 
Britannia Cove, Clarenville 

South, in winter; 

Trinity Bay T.P.O. 
Pouch Cove. 

Portugal Cove, via Renews. 
Spaniard's Bay, 

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

T.P.O. in svxmmer. 
StephonvilJe Crossing. 
British Har., Shoal Har., 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Hickman's Har., Elliott's 

Cove T.P.O. in summer. 
Flower's Cove, B.B. in win. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry. "A." 
St. John's. 
Little Bay Island. 



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Post Office Department. 



97 



Great Dress Goods House, 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Blackhead Bay 


Bona vista ... 




King's Cove. 


Blackhead Cove 


Fogo 


... 


S?ldoni-come-by, s.s.Fogota 
in summer. 


Black Island 


Twillingate 


... 


Exploits. 


Black Island Tickle ... 


« 


... 


11 


*Black River 


Placentia & St. 


Maiy's.{ 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Blake Pond 


Fogo 


... 


Gander Bay, s.s. Fogota 
in summer. 


Blaketown 


Trinity 


• ■• 


C. B. Railway. 


Blanchard 


Fortune 


• •■ 


Harbor Briton. 


Bloody Arm 


Fogo 


... 


Gander Bay, s.s. Fogota 
in summer. 


Bloomer Harbor 


Bonavista ... 


• • • 


Flat Island. 


Bloomfield 


u 


... 


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


Blow-me-dowu 


Bay de Verde 


• k t 


Carbouear, C.B. Ry. 


Blow-me-down 


Port-de-Grave 


• • 1 


Port de Grave. 


Blow-me-down 


St. George ... 


■ >• 


Curling. 


Blow-rae-down 


Twillingate 


• >■ 


Twillingate. 


Blue Pinions 


Fortune 


• •• 


St. Jacques. 


Bluff Head Cove 


Twillingate 


... 


Twillingate. 


Bluff Head Cove 


Trinity 


• •■ 


Shoal Harbor. 


Bluff Head Cove 


St. George ... 


..• 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Boar Island 


Burgee and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Boat Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Baiue Harbor, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Boat Har., Boat Stern. 


St. Barbe ... 


. •• 


Flower's Cove. 


jBobby's Cove 


Twillingate 


■ •* 


Tilt Cove. 


Bobby's Ce., New Bay. 


u 


... 


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


Bob Lock Cove 


Burgee and La Poile... 


Richard's Harbor. 


Bonah, Great & Little.. 


Placentia & St 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Bona venture 


Trinity 


... 


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


*Bonavista 


Bonavista ... 


. .. 


Bonavista. 


*Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Bonne Bay. 


Bonne Bay, Her. Bay.. 


Fortune 


... 


Balena. 


Boot Harbor 


Twillingate 


•• 


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


Bordeaux 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Arnold's Cove. 


Bos Warlos 


St. George ... 


.. 


Stephenville Crossing. 


*Bot\voodville 


Twillingate 


... 


Botwoodville. 


Boutiton, Hillier's Hr. 


St. Barbe ... 


,. 


Englee. 


Bowling Pond Road .. 


Fogo 


•• 


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


Boxey 


.Fortune 


.. 


. St. Jacques, per s.s. Sueu. 



H 



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Post Office Department. 


''Our Owlf Flour has an enviable 


Name of Office. 


District. Post Town. 



Boj'd's Island 
Boyd's Cove 

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

Braha, Great & Little.. 

Branch 

Brandy, Hr., Cook's H. 

Brandy Island 

Braziel 

Bread and Cheese Cove 

Bread Cove, Clode Sd.. 



Twillingate 



Port-de-Grave 
Bay-de-Verde 
Bona vista ... 

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

Burgeo and La 
Ferryland ... 
Bonavista ... 



St. Barbe 



Twillingate. 

Bovd's Cove in winter; 

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

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

T.P.O. in summer. 
St. Anthony. 
Mary's. Placentia. 

Qriguet (Cape Norman). 



Poile. 



Brent Island 

Brents Cove 

Brierly Ce, Cape Shore Placentia & St. 

Brick Yard ...Trinitv 



Mary's 



Bridgers 
Brig Bay 

Brigus 

Brigus Junction 
Brigus South 
Brine's Cove 
Briney's Cove 
*Britannia Cove 

British Harbor 



Broad Cove 

Broad Ce, Smith's Sd.. 

Broad Cove 



Broad Cove, N. Shore. 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove 

Broad Cove, Rushoon 



Twillingate 
St. Barbe ... 

Port de Grave 



Ferryland .. 
St. Barbe . 
Twillingate 
Trinity 



Bay-de-Varde 
Ferryland ... 
Fortune 
St. George ... 
Bonavista ... 



Burin 



Rose Blanche. 

Bay Bulls. 

Port Biandford in winter; 

Charlottetown, B. B. 

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

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

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

Elliott's Cove, in winter; 

T.R. T.PO. in summer. 
Trinity in winter; 

T.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Dildo. 

Shoal Harbor. 
Trinity in winter; Bona- 

yenture, T. Bay T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry. " A." 
Renews. 



St. George. 
King's Cove. 
Greenspond. 

Newman's Sound, Salvage. 
Baine Harbor, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 



Post Office Department. 



99 



record.— AYR E & SONS, 


Ltd. 




Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Broad Cove 


Harbor Main 




Conception Hr., Avondale. 


Broad Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Broads 


Harbor Grace 




Clark's Beach. 


Brook Cove 


Trinity 




Heart's Content. 


Brook Cove 


u 




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


Brook field 


Bonavista ... 




Pool's Island. 


Brookfield 


Trinity 




Clarenville. 


Brooklyn 


Bonavista ... 




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


Broom Cove 


Bay de Verde 




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


Broom Close 


Bonavista ... 




Salvage. 


Broom's Bottom 


St. George ... 




Bay of Islands. 


Broom's Point 


St. Barbe ... 




Bonne Bay. 


Brown's Cove 


u 




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


Brown's Cove 


Burin 




Burin. 


Brown's Mead 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


Brown's Harbor 
Bruce Cove 


Rnrrrfir^ anrl T.a T^^il* 




Bonavista ... 


X KJlk\^. . . 


Flat Island. 


iirule, or Brewley, 








Merasheen Island ... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Brunette 


Fortune 




Harbor Briton, 
per e.s, Susu. 


Bryant's Cove, 
Clode Sound 


V Bonavista ... 


{ 


Port Bland ford, T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Bryant's Cove 


Harbor Grace 




Harbor Grace. 


Buckley's Cove, New- 








man's Sound 


Bonavista ... 




Salvage. 


Bull Arm 


Trinity 




Railway T.P.O. 


Bull Cove 


Portde-Grave 




Brigus. 


Bull Cove 


Burin 




Burin 


Bullock's Tickle 


Bonavista ... 




Salvage. 


Bunyan Ce, Clode Sd.. 


(C 




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


*Burgeo 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Burgeo 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Burgoyne's Cove 


Trinity 


... 


Shoal Harbor, T. Bay 
T.P.O. in summer. 


*Burin 


Burin 




Burin. 


*Burin North 


i( 




*Burin North. 


Burin Bay Aim 


" 




Burin. 


Bum Cove 


Ferrvland ... 


... 


Toad's Cove. 


Burnt Arm 


Twillingate 




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


*Burnt Bay,Lewisporte 


it 


... 


Lewisporte. 



100 


Post Office Department. 


Branches at Heart's Content^ Birchy 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Burnt Brook ...[Trinity 

Burnt Cove, or HarborlTwillingate 

... Port-tle-Qrave 



Burnt Head 
Burnt Island 



Burnt Island 

Burnt Island 
Burnt Island 
Burnt Islands 
Burnt Point 
Burnt Woods 
Burton's Pond 
Burt's Cove 
Buryiny Place 
Bussej'a Point 

Bustard Cove 

Butcher's Cove 
Butler Brook 
Butler Cove 

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

Cann Island 
Canaries 
Campbell's Cove 

Campbellton 

Cap Cove 
Cape Anguille 
Cape Ballard 
Cape Bauld 



Bonavista 



Twillingate 



Placentia & St. Mary's 
Burgeo and La Poile.. 
Bay-de- Verde 

Twillingate 
Fogo 

Twillingate 
Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista ... 
St. George ... 
Twillingate... 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Twillingate 

Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and La Poile.. 
St. Barbe ... 
Bonavista ... 



Fogo 

St. Barbe . 

St. George . 

Twillingate 

-St. George . 
Trinity 
Ferry land . 
1st. Barbe ., 



Shoal Harbor. 

Little Bay Island. 

Cupids. 

Gambo, via Fair Island, in 

winter; B.B. T.P.O. in 

summer. 
E.xploits. 
Leading Tickles, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Rose Blanche. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry. "A." 

Nipper's Harbor. 

Change Islands. 

Tilt Cove. 

Gander Bay, s.s. Fogota 
in summer. 

Bonne Bay, Port-au-Choix, 
T.P.O. in summer. 

Gauibo. 

St. George. 

Leading Tickles, N.D. Bav 
I T.P.O. 
[Northern Bight. 

Exploits. 

Channel. 

Tilt Cove. 

Twillingate. 

Qreenspond. 

Rose Blanche. 

Englee. 

Bonavista. 
iGreenspond. 

iMusgravetown in winter; 
B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Seldom-come-bv. 
Englee. 
Stephenville Crossing, 

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

T.P.O. in summer. 
Trinity. 

Codroy, Searstown. 
Renews. 
Qriguet. 









/L MFo-j-'-^' '^- 




Po&t Office Departr>)^0Jk<^'''""'^" " 101 


Cove^ Botwoodville^ and 


Bishop^s Falls. 


Name of OflBce. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Cape Bonavista 


Bonavista ... 




Bonavista. 


*Cape Broyle 


Ferry land ... 




Cape Broyle. 


Cape Cove 


Fogo' 




Fogo. 


Cape Dog 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Whitbourne. 


Cape Togo 


Fogo 


. .. 


Fogo. 


Cape Freels 


Bonavista ... 


. . . 


Weslpyville. 


Cape Gregory 


St. George ... 




Trout River, Straits T.P.O. 


Cape Island 


Fogo 




Wesleyville. 


Cape La Hune 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Cape La Hune. 


Cape Mutton 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's, 


Trepassey. 


Cape Norman 


St. Barbe ... 


■ .. 


Griguet. 


Cape d'Ognon, or 








Cape Onion 


U 


. .. 


u 


Cape Pine 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey. 


Cape Race 


it 


u 


Portugal Cove, via Renews. 


Cape Ray 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Raihray T.PO. 


Cape Rodger Harbor... 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Cape Rouge Harbor ... 


St. Barbe ... 




Conch e. 


Cape Spear 


St. John's East 




St. John's. 


Cape St. Francis 


(t 




Pouch Cove. 


Cape St. Mary's 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Caplin Bay 


Feriyland ... 


... 


Caplin Bay. 


Caplin Bay 


St. George ... 


... 


Bay of L'flands (Curling). 


Caplin Cove 


Bay de Verde 




Lower Island Cove. 


Caplin Cove 


Ferry land ... 


. . . 


Toad's Cove. 


Caplin Cove 


Harbor Grace 




Harbor Grace. 


Caplin Cove 


Trinity 




Northern Bight. 


Caplin Cove 


Twill ingate 




Exploits. 


Caplin Cove 


u 




Little Bay Island. 


Caplin Cove 


u 




Tilt Cove. 


*Carbonear 


Carbonear ... 




Carbonear. 


Carbonear Island 


(( 




u 


Card's Harbor 


Twillingate 


... 


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


Carter's Cove 


u 


. . . 


Moreton's Harbor. 


Cartyville 


St. George ... 




Robinson's Head. 


(Cascade Cove 


Fortune 




Pushthrough. 


C!astle Cove 


Bonavista ... 


... 


King's Cove. 


Castor's Harboi 


St. Baibe ... 




Bonne Bay. 


Castor's River 


il 


... 


u 


*Catalina 


Trinity 


... 


Catalina. 


Cat Bay 


Bonavista ... 


. . . 


Gam bo. 


Cat Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


lEng'ee. 


Cat Harbor 


Fogo 


... 


Wesleyville, and T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Cat's Cove 


Burin 


... 


Burin. 



102 



Post Office Department. 



Stanfield's Underwear in Four 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Cat's C'e, Avondale N. 
Cavendisli 
Centre Cove 
Centre Cove (Chance).. 
Chalenr Bay 
Chalker's Cove 
Chamberlains 
Chamber's Brook 
Cliance Cove 
Chance Cove 
Chance Harbor 
*Change Islands 
^Channel 
Chapel Ami 
Chapid Island 
Chapel's Cove 
Chapel's Island 
Charlie Shear's C'ove... 

Charlottetown 

Child's Point 
Chimney Bay 
Chimney Cove 
Chouse Brook 

Church Cove 

Church Cove 

Cinq Cerfs 

Cinq lies Bay 

Clam C'e (Glamorgan). 

Clam Bank Cove 

*Clarenville 
*Clarke's Beach 
Clarke's Brook 
Clarke's Cove 
Clatise Harbor 
Clay Cove 
Clay Pits 
Clode Sound 



Harbor Main 
Trinity 

Ferryland ... 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

St. Barbe ... 

Harbor Main 

St.;Barbe ... 

Ferry Ian' 1 ... 

Trinity 

Tvvillingate 

Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Trinity 

T\villing>»te 

Harbor .Main 

Fortune 

St. George ... 

Bonavista ... 

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

St. John's East 
Ferryland ... 
Burgeo and La Poile., 
Fortune 
Ferryland ... 
St. George ... 

Trinity 

Port de Grave 

St. George ... 

Twillingate 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 

Bonavista ... 



Clown's Cove 
Coachman's Cove 
Coachman's Island 
Coal All 



Bav-de- Verde 
St.' Barbe ... 
Burin 
. Twillingate 



Avondale. 

New Harbor. 

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

Renews. 

South Coast T.P.O. 

Flower's Cove. 

Topsail. 

Flower's Cove. 

Renews. 

Chance Cove, via Rantem. 

Moreton's Harbor. 

Change Islands. 

Channel. 

Railway T.P.O. 

Twillingate, Moreton's Hr. 

C. B. Railway T.P.O. 

Belleoram, per s.s. Susu. 

Stephenville Crossing, 

Pott au Port. 
Port Blandford in winter; 

B.B. T.P.O in summer. 
Bay of Islands. 
Englee. 

Trout River, Straits T.P.O. 
Coachman's Cove, N. E. 

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

Belleoram, per .s. s. Susu. 
Renews. 
Stephenville Crossing, 

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



Plaeentia Bay T.P.O. 
Englee. 

Northern Bight. 
Port Blandford in winter: 
B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry. " A." 
Coachman's Cove. 
Burin. 
Twillingate. 



Postjp^ce Department. 



103 



Weights.— AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Cobler's Island 

Cobb's Arm 

Cock and Hen Cove ... 

Codner 

Codroy 

Cod's Head Cove 

Cod Jack's Cove 

Cod rick's Cove 

Coffee Cove 

Colchester 

Clod Harbor 

Coley's Point 

Collier's 

Coward's Island 

Cow Cove, Cow Head.. 

Cow Harbor 

Collin's Cove 

Columbier Island 

ColleltCove 

Conie-by-cliance 

Come-by-chance V'age. 
Comfort Cove 

^Conception Harbor.., 

Conche 

Coney Arm 

Confusion Bay 
Conn 

Connaigre Bay 
Conne Eiver 
Oonnoire Bay 
Cook's Cove 
Cook's Cove 
Cook's Harbor 
Coomb's Cove 
Cooper's Cove 
Cooper's Cove 
Cooper's Point 
Coppet 
Corhin 
Corbin 

Cormorandier 
Cornelius Island 
*Corner Brook 



Bonavista ... 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Harbor Main 

St. George ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Twillingate 

i Bonavista ... 
I Harbor Grace 
Harbor Main 
Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe .. 

Burin ... : 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 



Twillingate 

Harbor Main 
St. Barbe ... 



Fortune 



Greenspond. 
Herring Neok. 



Kelligrews. 
Searstown. 
La Poile. 



Change Islands. 



Burgeo and La Poile... 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile.., 

St. George ... 



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

Flat Islands, B. Bay. 
Bonne Bay, Straits T.P.O. 
in summer. 

Burin. 

(( 

Placentia. 
Come-by-chance, via Ry. 

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

N.D.B. T.RO. in sum. 
Avondale. 
Conche. 
Jackson's Arm, N. 

T.RO. 
Tilt Cove. 

Belleoram, per s.s. Slisu. 
Har. Briton, per s.s. Susu. 
Gaultois, per s.s. Susu. 
Burgeo, or Grand Bruit. 
Old Rerlican, Lower I. Ce. 
Bay of Islands. 
Griguet. 

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

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



104 



Fost Office Department. 





AYRE & 


SONS, Ltd., The 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Corner Bk., N. E. Arm 


Twillingate 


... 


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


Codner 


Harbor Main 


... 


Kelligrews. 


Cotrel's Cove 


Twillingate 


... 


Point Leamington in win.: 
N.D.B. T.P.O in sum. 


Cottell's Island, now 


[Bona vista... 


( 


Glovertown in winter; 


St. Brendan's, 


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


Cottle Cove, Farmer's 
Arm, 


VTwillingate 


1 


Botwoodville in winter; 
Lewisporte, N.D.B. T.P.O. 




J 


in summer. 


Country Patli 


Harbor Grace 




Bay Roberts. 


Courage's Beach 


i( 


> • • 


Harbor Grace. 


Collier's Bay Cove ... 


Trinity 


> ■ • 


Chance Cove. 


Colinet 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Whitbourne. 


Colinet Island 


(( 


11 


St. Joseph's. 


Coward's Island 


Bonnvista ... 


... 


Flat Island. 


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. Barbu ... 




Bonne Bay. 


Crawley's Island 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Long Harbor. 


Creek 


St. George ... 


... 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port. 


Cremaillc 


St. Barbe ... 


• • * 


St. Anthony. 


Cripple Cove 


St. John's East 


... 


Pouch Cove. 


Croc 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Conche. 


Crocker's Cove 


Carbon ear ... 


... 


Carbonear. 


Cross Island 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Crouclier Cove 


Twillingate 


... 


Little Bay Island. 


Crow Head 


(( 




Twillingate. 


Crow Head 


St. Geoige ... 


... 


Bay <^f Islands. 


CubCe, White Bear B. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Cuckold's Cove 


St. John's East 




King's Bridge. 


Cuckold's Cove 


Trinity 




Trinity. 


Cul de Sac 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Cape La Hune, per Coastal 








T.P.O. 


Cull Harbor 


Bonavista ... 




Glovertown. 


Cull Harbor 


(( 




Pool's Island. 


Cull Island 


Twillingate 


... 


Leading Tickles, N. D. Bay 

T.P.O. 
Cupids. 


*Cupids 


Port de Grave 




Current Island 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Straits of Belle Isle T.P.O. 
in summer; Bonne Bay 
in winter. 


Cuslett 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Cutwell Arm ...i 


Twillingate 




Little Bay Island. 



Post OJice Deparimeni. 



105 



Leading Dry Goods House. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Cutwell Harbor ' ... 


Twillingate 




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


Damnable Harbor ... 


Bona vista ... 


• > • 


Salvage. 


Dancing Cove 


u 


.*. 


King's Cove. 


Daniel's Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 




Old Perlican, L. I. Cove. 


Daniel's Cove, Random 


Trinity 


• • • 


Shoal Harbor. 


Daniel's Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


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


Daniel's Point 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. ' 


Trepassey. 


Dantzic Coves 


Burin 


1 


Lamaline. 


Dark Cove 


Bona vista ... 


• ■ • 


Gambo. 


Dark Cove 


« 


... 


Salvage. 


Dark Harbor, Random 


Trinity 


• .• 


Northern Bight. 


Dark Hole 


u 


■ • > 


Clarenville. 


Dark Tickles 


Twillingate 


< < • 


Pilley's Island, Troytown. 


Darrell's Home 


P®rt-de-Grave 




Port de Grave. 


Davy Button's Cove ... 


Twillingate 


... 


Twillingate. 


Davis Cove 


(( 


• * . 


(( 


Davies Ce, near Hurgeo 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Dawson's Cove 


Fortune 


, , 


Hermitage Ce, per s.s. Susu. 


Dead Isles, or Isles 








aux Morts 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Dead Lobster Bay ... 


Fortune 


■ .. 


Pushthrough. 


Dead man's Bay 


St. John's East 


. *■ 


St. John's. 


Dead man's Bay, Cat H. 


Fogo 


... 


Wesleyville, s.s. Fogota in 
summer. 


Dead man's Cove 
Deadman's Cove 


Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 








Flower's Ce, B. B., in win. 


Degrat du Cheval 


(( 


■ .> 


Englee. 


Deep Bight, Random... 


Trinity 


■ .. 


Northern Bight. 


Deep Cove ... 


Ferryland ... 


... 


Caplin Bay. 


Deep Cove ... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Deep Cove ... 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Deep Cove ... 


St. Barbe ... 




Griguet. 


Deepwater Bay 


Twillingate 


... 


Exploits. 


Deepwater Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Bonne Bay. 


Deer Brook 


(( 


. .. 


a 


Deer Harbor 


Trinity 


... 


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


Deer Harbor (Lower).. 


u 


... 


Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Deer Island 


Bona vista ... 


... 


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


Deer Island 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Ramea. 


Deer Lake 


St. George ... 


... 


Railway T.P.O. 


Delby's Cove 


Trinity 


... 


British Harbor, Trinity 
in winter; T.P.O. in sum. 


Denier Island - 


Bonavista ... 


.. 


Salvage. 



i 



106 


Post Office Department. 


AYRE & SONS, Ltd., Agents for Hamilton 


Name of Office. 


District. Post Town. 



Denier Island ... Twillingate 

Devil's Bay, Rencontre Burgee and La Poile. 

Devil's Cove ... St. Barbe ... 



Dildo 
Diklo Run 
Dirty Cove 
Dock Ridge 
Dock, IJaieneed 
Doctoi's Harbor 
Doctor's Harbor 
Dodding Head 
Dog Bay 

Dog Cove, Cottell's Id. 

Dog Cove 

Dog Cove 

Dog Cove 

Dog Hr., Meraslieen 

Dog Island, Bird Cove, 

Dog Penins'ala 
Dollard Arm 

Dollman's Point 
Dolly Cove 
Dominion Point 
Dossenger's Cove 
Doyle's Station 
Doting Cove 
Dragoon Bay, near 
Richard's Harbor 
Drake Cove 
Dreadfall Point 
Drogheda 
Droke 

Duggan's Cove 
Dunsmere 
*Dunville 
Durant Island 
Duricle 



Trinity 

Twillingate 

Bonavista ... 

Harbor Main 

Port-de-Qrave 

Burgeo and La Poile. 

Fortune 

Burin 

Fogo 

Bonavista ... 



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



Durrell's Arm 
East Bay 



[St. Barbe... \ 

Twillingate 

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

Burgeo and La Poile.., 
Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and 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 
...iBurgeo and La Poile. 



Pilley's Island. 

S. S. Glencoe. 

Jackson's Arm, Bale Verte, 

in winter; N. E. Coast 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Dildo. 

Farmer's Arm. 
Salvage. 
Avondale. 

0. B. Railway, " A." 
Burgeo. 

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

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

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

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

in summer. 
Gambo. 

Britannia Cove. 
Bo t wood. 
Coachman's Cove. 
Doyle's Station, Ry. T.P.O. 
Musgrave Harbor. 

Pushthrougli, per Susu. 

Gambo. 

Channel. 

Brigus. 

Portugal Cove, Trepassey 

linglee. 

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

Placentia Railway. 

Channel. 

Placentia, Beanbois, 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Twillingate. 
La Poile. 





Post Office Department. 107 


Brown Shoe Go. The Largest in the World. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Easter Cove, Indian Id. 

East Point 
Eastern Tickle 
Eboulements, Port au 

Clioix 
Eddy's Cove 
Elliott's Cove 
Elliott's Point 
Elliston 
Emberley's Pond 

Englee 

English Cove 
English Cove 
English Harbor 
English Harbor East... 

English Harbor Weft.. 
English Harbor 
English Harbor 

*Ep\vorth 

Evan's Rock, Random. 

♦Exploits 

Exploits (Lower Har.). 

Facheux Bay 

Fair Island 

Famish Cove 
Farewell Harbor 

Farm 
Farmer's Arm 

Farmer's Arm, N.W.I. 
Farrell's Cove 
Feather Point 
Felix Cove 

Femme 

Fermeuse 
Ferrole Point, &c. 

*Ferryland 



Fogo 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 
Twillingate... 
Trinity 
Twillingate 

St. Barbe ... 
Harbor Main 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Bona vista ... 
Fortune 



St. Barbe ... 
Trinity 

Burin' 

Trinity 
Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile... 
Bonavista ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Fogo 

St. George ... 
Twillingate 



Harbor Grace 
St. George ... 

Foitune 

Ferryland ... 
St. Barbe ... 



Ferryland 



Seldom-come-by, 

s.s. Fogota in .«ummer. 
LaJPoile. 
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. 
Greenspond. 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per 8. s. Susu. 
St. Jacques, per s.s. Susu. 
Conche. 
Trinity; Trinity Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Ep worth. 
Clarenville. 
Exploits. 

Pushthrough, 

Hare Biy in winter; Bon. B. 

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

Little Beaver Cove, 
Bay of Islands. 
Lewisporte in winter; 

N.D. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Lewisporte. 
Foitune Harbor. 
Harbor Grace. 
Port au Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per s.s. Susu. 
Fermeuse. 

Bonne Bay in winter; 
j T.P.O. in summer. 
'Ferryland, 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd.-'' 


American Lady'' 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Fichot Islands 


St. Barbe ... 


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


Fishell's Brook 


St. George ... 


Railway T.P.O. 


Fish Head Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


Five Islands Hay 


Fortune 


Belleoram, per s.s. Susu. 


Flag Staft- 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Flambro Head 


Bay de Verde 


Lower Island Cove. 


Flat Bay 


St. George ... 


Railway T.P.O. 


Flat Islands 


Bona vista ... 


Salvage in winter; 

Bon. Bay T.P.O. in sum 


*Flat Island 


Burin 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Flat Island, St. John's 
Kay 


1 St. Barbe... 1 


Bonne Bay; Straits T.P.O. 


in summer 


Flat Rack 


Carbonear ... 


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


Flat Rock, Aquaforte... 


Ferry land ... 


Ferryland. 


Flat Rock 


St. John's East 


Flat Rock. 


Fleur de Lys 


St. Barbe ... 


Coachman's Cove 


Flipper Cove 


Bonavista ... 


Gbveitown. 


Fort Andierst 


St. John's East 


St. John's. 


Fort Point 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Flower's Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Flower's Cove. 


Flower's Island 


Bonavista ... 


Pool's Island. 


Flurry's Bight 


Twillingate 


Fortune Harbor. 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Fogo. 


Foote's Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Foriester'.? Point 


St. Barbe ... 


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


■"•Foster's Point 


Trinity 


Elliott's Cove. 


♦Fortune 


Burin 


Fortune. 


Fortune Arm 


St. Barbe ... 


Griguet. 


♦Fortune Harbor 


Twillingate... 


Fortune Harbor. 


Fourchette 


St. Barbe ... 


Englee. 


Fox Bay or Cove 


Bonavista ... 


Greenspond. 


Fox Cove 


Burin 


Beaubois, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Fox Cove 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argeut, 
per s.s. Susu. 


Fox Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Fox Harbor. 


Fox Harbor 


Trinity 


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


Fox Head Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islands. 


Fox Island 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Ramea. 


Fox Island 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Fox Island River 


a 


u 


Fox Point 


St. Barbe "'. '.'.. 


St. Anthony. 


Fox Roost 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel, 



Post Office Department. 



109 



and ''American Gentleman '^ Boots. 



Name of OflBce. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Foxtrap 
Francis Cove 

Francois, near Ren- 
contre 
Frank Island 
French Cove 
Fredericton 

French's Cove 
French Island Harbor. 
Frenchman s Cove 
Frenchman's Cove ... 
Frenchman's C'e Beach 
Frenney Cove 
*Fresh water 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 

Freshwater, Placentia.. 
Freshwater 
Freshwater 

Freshwater, Bell Island 
Freshwater Jiay 
Freshwater Bay 
Freshwater Bay 
Friday's Bay 

Frost Cove 
Fry's Beach 
Furby's Cove 

Fuschie 
Gad's Harbor 
Gad's Harbor 
Gales' Harbor 
Gales' Harbor 
Galiboy Harbor 
Callow's Cove 
Callow's Harbor, St. 

Joseph's 
♦Gander Bay 
*Ganibo 
Gargamelle 

Garia 

Garnish, Gt. and Little 



Harbor Main 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 

\ Burgeo & La Poile \ 



Fortune 
Fogo 

Port de-Grave 
St. Barbe ... 
Ferry land ... 
Burin 

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

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Trinity 

St. John's East 

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

Twilling'ite 



Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Ferryland ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's 
Fogo 

Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 
iFortune ... ,. 



C. B. Railway. 

Valen Island, Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
Coastal T.P.O. West and via 
Rencontre, per s.s. Glencoe. 
Burgeo. 
Gaultois. 
Gander Bay in winter; 

s.s. Fogeta in summer. 
Bay Roberts. 
Flower's Cove. 
Renews. 
Garnish. 
Bay of Islands. 
Placentia. 
Carbonear. 
Ferryland. 
Renews. 
Jersey Side. 
Trinity, 
Freshwater. 
Bell Island. 
Gambo. 
St. John's. 
Toad's Cove. 
Lewisporte in winter; 

N.D. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Moreton's Harbor. 
[Little Bay. 
ICaultois, Hermitage Cove, 

per s.s. Susu. 
Facheux. 
Bonne Bav. 
Trinity. 
Codroy. 
Channel. 
La Poile. 
Witless Bay. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Gander Bay. 

Gambo. 

Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits 'T.P.O. in sum. 
La Poile. 
Marystown, & per s.s. Sitsu, 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE Sl sons, Ltd. -Rubbers 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Garrett's Cove 



Trinity 



Garrett's ... " 
Gaskier's (Gascoigne)... Placentia & St, 

Gasters ...iHarbjr Main 

*Qaultois ... Fortune 

Genevieve Bay ...iSt. Barbe ... 

George's Brook ... Trinity 

George's Cove ,. " " 



(3eorge"s Cove 

Georgestown 

Giles' Hoiiit 

(lillani.i 

Gillanl's Cove 

Gin Cove, Smith's Sd.. 

Glenburnie 

*Glenw'ood 
Glide Brook 
Glover Harbor 

Glovtrtown 
Goblin Bay 
God Bay 
Goddenville 
Godfather's Cove 

God Hr., near Garnish 
Gold Cove, White BayJ 

Golden Bay 
Goldson'.s Arm 
Good Bay, Port an 

Choix 
Goose Arm 
Goose Bay 

Gooseberry 
Gooseberry Cove 

Gooseberry Island 

Gooseberry Island 
Goose Cove 



Poit de Grave 
St. George ... 

Twillingate 

Trinitv 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate 
St. Qeoige ... 
Twillingate 

Bona vista ... 
Fortune 
Bnrgeo and L\ 
Harbor Grace 
St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

Placenlia & St. 
Twillingate 

I St. Barbe... 

St. George ... 
Bonavista ... 

Placentia & St. 
Trinity 

Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe ... 



...jBay Bulls Arm; 

; Railway T.P.O. 
...jNorthern Bight. 
Mary's. 1st. Mary's. 
... Avondale.] 
... Gaultois. 
... Bonne Bay. 
... Shoal Haibor. 
... Bonavenlure, Trinity Bay 

j T.P.O. in summer. 
...iNorthern Bight. 
... Brigus. 
... Baj' of Islands (Curling). 

...Twillingate. 

... Shoal Harbor. 

... Bonne Bav in winter; 

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

Leamington in winter. 
... Glovertown. 
... Pushthrough. 
Poile... Channel. 

... Spaniard's Bay. 

... Western Cove, White Bay, 

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

N. Coastal T.P.O. 
Mary's. Placentia. 

... Herring Neck. 
/Bonne Bav in winter; 
t Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
...jBay of Islande (Curling). 
... Brooklyn, Musgravetovvn, 

B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Mary's.! Placentia. 

...iNorthern Bight, Fox Har., 

in summer. 
...iGlovertown, Bonavista Bay 

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



Postjpffice l)epartvient. 




Ill 


for 'The Whole Household/ 






1 

Name of Place. District. 


Post Town. 



Goose Cove 

Goufre 

Goulds (Brigus) 

Goulds, Bay Bulls Rd..iSt. John's 

Goulds Point & Brook. St. Barbe 

Governor's Island 

Grand Bay 

*Grand Bank 

Grand Beach 

Grand Brook 

Grand Bruit 

Grand Ce, Confusion B. 

Grande.? Ilettes Harbor 

Grandee Oiets 

Grand Vache 



Trinity 
St. Barbe ... 
. iPort-de-Grave 



Burgee and La Poile. 
Burin 

Burgee and La Poile. 
II <( 

St. Barbe ... 



Grand Ferry 
Grand John 

Grand La Pierre 

Gransway 
*Qrand River 
Grandy's Brook 
Grandy's Island 
Grandy's Island 

Grandy's Passage 
Grandy's Point 
Giant's Cove 

Grapnel! Cove 
Grassy Brook 
Grate's Cove 
Gravels, now Port au 

Port 
*Great Burin 
Great Cat Arm 

Great Codroy River. 
Great Colinet Island. 
Great Coney Arm 

Great Harbor 



Fortune 



Trinity Harbor. 

Englee. 

C. B. Railway T.P.O. 

Goulds. 

Flower's Cove. 

Bay of Islands. 

Channel. 

Grand Bank. 

'"hannel. 
Grand Bruit. 
Tilt Cove. 
Conche. 

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

Garnish. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per 8.S. Susu. 



St. Barbe ... 
St. George ... 
Burgeo and La Poile.. 

St. Barbe ... 

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

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

St. George ... 

Burin 

St. Barbe ... 

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

I Burgeo and La Poile... 



Great Har., Connaigre. Fortune 



Conche. 

Searstown. 

Burgeo. 
It 

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

Rose Blanche. 

Valen, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per s.s. Susu. 

Tilt Cove. 

Trepassey. 

Lower Island Cove. 

Stephenville Crossing. 

Burin. 

Jackson's Arm, N. Coastal 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Searstown. 
St. Joseph's. 
Jackson's Arm, White Bay, 

N. Coast T.P.O. in sum. 
La Poile. 

Har. Briton, per8.s. Susu. 



112 


I'ost Offi.ce Department, 


Visit Our Men^s Furnisiiing 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Great Harbor Deep ... 

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

Great St. Joseph's 

Greet Southern Har. . 

Green Bay 

Green Cove and Island 

Green Head 

Green Gardens 

Green Island 

Green Island Brook ... 

Green Island Cove ... 

Green Island Cove ... 

Green Point 

Green Point 

Green Bight 

Green's Harbor 

^Greenspond 

Greenspond 

Greep'e Nest 
Greep'a Nest 
Gregory River 

Griguet 

Groais Island 

Groat's Island 

Grole 

Guggle's Cove 

Gull Cove, Branch ... 

Gulleys 

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



St. Barbe ... 

Ferry land ... 

Fortune 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



Trinity 

Harbor Grace 

St. George ... 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 
St. Barbe ... 
Fortune 

u 

Trinity 
Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe ... 

Port-de-Grave 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe ... 

1 '' 

Bonavista ... 
Fortune 
Harbor Grace 
Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Harbor Main 

Port-de-Grave 
Bay de Verde 
Twillingate 

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

Bay de Verde 
St. Barbe ... 
St. Georgs ... 



Englee. 
N. Coastal T. P.O. in sum. 
Toad's Cove. 

Pushthrongh, per s.s. Susu. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
[Placentia T.P.O. 
Chance Cove. 
Paradise, Placentia Bay 

T.P.O. 
Placentia T.P.O. 
La Manche. 
Catalina. 
Trinity. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Port au Port. 
Catalina. 
Flower's Cove. 

Exploits. 

Bonne Bay. 

Gaultois. 

Greenspond. 

New Harbor. 

Greenspond. 

Englee, White Bay ; 

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

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

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

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

Carbonear, C. B. Ry. " A." 
Griguet. 
Bay of Islands, 



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113 



Department.-AYRE & SONS 


^ Ltd. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


HsU's Bay 


Iwillingate 


... 


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


Hairs Bay Head 


(( 


■ > . 


Little Bay. 


Hall's (Tom) Harbor... 


(( 


... 


Exploits. 


Hall's Town 


Port de Grave 


. .. 


Bay Roberts. 


Hamilton Cove 


Twillingate 


. . • 


Fortune Harbor. 


Handy Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 


. . . 


Pacquet. 


♦Hant's Harbor 


Trinity 


. .. 


Heart's Content. 


Happy Adventure ... 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Glovertown. 


*Harbor Briton 


Fortune 


... 


Harbor Briton. 


Harbor Buffett 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Harbor BufFett, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Harbor Deep 


St. Baibe ... 


... 


Coastal steamer in summer; 
Englee in winter. 


Harbor des Veoux ... 


it 


. .. 


Conche. 


Harbor Galley 


Fortune 


> • * 


Gaultois. 


*Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


■ .. 


Harbor Grace. 


Harbor Grace Island... 


a 


■ ■ . 


II 


Harbor Island 


St. George ... 


■ . • 


Bay of Islands. 


Harbor LeCou 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


*Harbor Main 


Harbor Mate 


t .. 


Harbor Main. 


Harbor Mille 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram, Bay L'A gent, 
per Susu. 


Harbor Round 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Tilt Cove, N.D.B.'.T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Hardy Cove 


Fortune 


* • . 


Gaultois. 


Hare Bay 


St. Barbe ... 


•"• 


St. Anthony, Lock's Cove, 
in winter; N.E.C. T.P.O. 
in summer. 


Hare Bay, Freshwater 








Bay 


Bonavista . . . 


... 


Gambo. 


Hare Bay, near Ren- 








contre 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Glencoe. 


Hare Bay 


Fogo 


... 


Fogo, s.s. Fogota in sum. 


Hare Harbor 


1 Fortune 


... 


Belleoram. 


Harricott, or Harry's 








Cove 


Placentia & St 


Mary's. 


Whitbourne. 


Harry's Harbor 


Twillingate 


'" 


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


Hart's Cove 


" 


■ • , 


Twillingate. 


Hatchet Cove 


Trinity 


... 


Northern Bight. 


Hatcher's Cove 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram. 


Hatter's Point 


Burgeo and La Poile.. 


Burgeo. 


Hauling Point 


St. Barbe ... 


,, 


Western Cove, White Bay, 






1 N. Coastal T.P.O. 



114 



Post Office l)epartnunt. 



AYAE & SONS, Ltd., for 



Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Hawke's Bay 


St. Barbe ... 




•• 


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


Hayward's Cove, 
Cottell's Ishnd, 


[Bonavista... 




( 


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


Hay Cove 


(( 






Gamlio. 


Hay Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


's. 


Flat Lsds, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Hay Cove 


St. Barbe ... 






Griguet. 


Haystack 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


's". 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Head's Harbor, 
H. B. Harbor, 


>T\villingate 




{ 


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


Head of Fortune Bay.. 


Fortune 






Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per s.s. Susu. 


Healy's Cove 


Harbor Main 






Harbor Main. 


^Heart's Content 


\ 




• 




Heart's Delight 


Trinity ... 




- 


Heart's Content. 


Heart's Desire 


J 




\ 




Heart's Ease 


t( 






Northern Bight. 


Hermitage Cove 


Fortune 






Hermitage Cove, 
per s.s. Susu. 


Herring Cove 


Burin 






St. Lawrence. 


*Herring Neck 


Twillingate 






Herring Neck. 


Hibb's Hole 


Portde-Grave 






Pet de Grave. 


Hickman's Harbor 


Trinity 






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


Hig])beach 


Burin 




., 


Lamaline. 


Highlands 


St. George ... 




• < . 


T.P.O. Railway. 


Hillier's Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 




... 


Englee. 


Hiscock'g Point 


Burgeo and La Poile 




Rose Blanche. 


Hodd^r'.^^ Oovp 


Bona vi^t"3 








Hodder's Cove 


Trinity 






Shoal Harbor. 


Hodge's Cove 


u 






Northern Bight. 


Hogan Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


's. 


Merasheen, P.B. T.P.O. 


HoUett's Cove 


Bonavista ... 






Glovertown. . 


Holloway's Passage ... 


Placentia & St. 


Mary 


'i'. 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Holy rood 


li 


(( 


, , 


St. Mary's. 


* Holy rood 


Harbor Main 






Holyrood. 


Hoop Cove 


Fortune 




.. 


Belleoram. 


Hooping Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 




.. 


Englee. 


Hog's Nose 


Trinity 




,, 


Trinity. 


Hope All 


u 




, , 


Dildo. 


Hopewell 


Harbor Main 




, , 


Upper Gullies. 


Hopeville 


Bonavista ... 




• ■ 


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


Hornet Island 


Tw illingate 




, , 


E.\ploits. 


Horse Chops 


Trinity 






Trinity. 


Horse Cove 


Harbor Main 






St. Philip's. 



Post Office Department. 



115 



Carpets^ Linoleums, Mattings, etc. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Horse Islands 
Hoskin's Haibor 
Houses Point 
Howe Harbor 
Howard's 
Howley 
Hughe's Brook 
Hungry Cove 
Hungry Cove 

Hunter's Point, 

Port au Choix, 
Hunts 

Huniber Valley 
Huiuber River 
Indian Arm 

Indian Arm, Camp- 
bellton 



St. Barbe . 
Twillingate 
Fortune 
St. Barbe . 
St. George . 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Trinity 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. George ... 

(( 

Bonavista ... 



Tvvillingate 



Indian Bay ...jBonavista ... 

Indian Bight .. Twillingate 

Indian Burying Place.. " 

Indian Cove, Fortune 

Harbor ... " 

Indian Cove ... Bonavista ... 

Indian Cove ... Fortune 

Indian Cove ... St. Barbe ... 

Indian Hr. and Island Burgeo and La Poile... 
Indian Hr., Merasheen Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Indian Head ... St. George ... 

Indian Islands ... Fogo 



La Scie, Tilt Cove. 
Exploits. 
Gaultois. 
St. Anthony. 

Railway T.P.O. 

if. 

Bay of Lis (Huniberniouth) 
Placentia, Barren Island. 
Hickman's Harbor; T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

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

Deer Lake Ry. T.P,0. 
Bay of Islands. 
Jamestown in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 

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

in summer. 
Qreenspond. 
Little Bay. 
Tilt Cove. 

Fortune Harbor. 
Brooklyn in winter; 
B. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 



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

Inner Pinchard's Isld.. 
Irelaml Bight 
Ireland Island 
Ireland's Eye 

Irishtown 



Twillingate 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

Trinitv 

St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe ... 
Burgeo and La Poile. 
Trinity 

St. George ... 



Bonne Bay. 

La Poile. 

Indian Har., P. B. T.P.O. 

Stephen ville Crossing. 

Seldom-conie-by; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Exploits. 

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

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Wesleyville. 
St. Anthony. 
La Poile. 
Britannia Cove in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Bay of Islands. 



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Post Office, Department. 


Use 'SanitaSy' the Modern covering 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Irishtown 
Irishtown 

Island Cove (Upper). 
Island Cove (Lower). 
Island Cove 
Island Cove 
Island Cove 
Island Harbor 
Isle aux Sauvages 
Isle aux Morts 
Isthmus Bay 

Ivany's Cove 
Jack of Clubs 

Jackson's Aim 

Jackson's Cove 

Jacob's Cove, New Bay 
Jacques Fontaine 



Garbonear ... 
Ferr viand ... 
Harbor Grace 
Ray-de-Verde 
Trinity 



Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 
Burgeo and La Poile. 

St. George ... 

Trinity 

St. George ... 

St. Barbe ... 



Twillingate 



James Cove 



Fortune 
...I Bona vista 



James Cove 
Jean-de-Bay 
Jenkin's Cove 
Jenning's Cove 
Jerritt's Point 
Jers-ey Harbor 
Jersey Side 
Jigging Cove, Branch. 
Jigging Hole 
Job's Cove 
Job's Head 
Joe Batt's Arm 
Jonep, or Jours Cove.. 
John Smith's Harbor. 

John's Beach 

John's Pond 

Josiah Spencer's Cove. 

Journois 

Jullies Harbor 



Harbor Main 

Burin 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Burgeo and Lai Poile.., 

Placentia & St, Mary's, 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Trinity 

Bay de Verde 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Twillingate 



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



Carbonear. 

Bay Bulls. 

Spaniard's Bay. 

Lower Island Cove. 

iTrinity. 

Northern Bight. 

1 Heart's Content. 

iFogo. 

! Bonne Bay. 

Channel. 

Port au Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Clarenville. 
Port au Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Jackson's Ann; 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, 

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

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



Channel. 

Harbor Briton, per Susu. 

Jersey Side, Plac. Bay. 

Placentia. 

Trinity. 

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

Trinity. 

Fogo; s.s. Fogota in sum. 

Twilliuj^ate. 

King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.P.O. in sura. 
Bay of Islands. 
VVhitbourne. 
ExjDloits. 

St. George's, Bank Head. 
Leading Tickles, Point 

Leamington in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 



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for Walls.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Juniper Stump 


Port de Grave 


Brigiis. 


Kane's Point 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Kate Harbor 


Bonavista ... 


Southern Bay, Jamestown. 


Keels 


(( 


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


Kelligrews 


Harbor Main 


Kelligrews. 


Kelly's Island 


(t 


a 


Keppel Harbor, 


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


Bonne Bay; Straits T P.O. 


Port au Choix, 




in summer. 


Kerley's, or Careless H. 


Trinity 


Bonaventure; T.P.O. in 
summer. 


Kettle Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Carbonear (Forward.) 


Kettle Cove 


Twillingate 


Twillingate. 


Kilbride 


St. John's West 


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 Cove in win. 


King's Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


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


King's Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


i3urgeo. 


^King's Point 


Twillingate 


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


Kippiu's Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Paradise, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Kippin's 


St. George ... 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Kirby's Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Kitcheus 


Harbor Main 


Avondale. 


Kite Cove 


Twillingate 


Botwoodville; T.P.O. sum. 


Knife Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Knight's Cove 


Bonavista ... 


King's Cove. 


Kyer's Cove 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Ladle Cove 


Fogo 


Gander Bay in winter ; 
s.s. F(jgota in summer. 


Lady Cove 


Twillingate 


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


Lady Cove, Random... 


Trinity 


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


LaHune Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Cape La Hune. 


Laliey's Cove 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


Lake's Beach 
Lake's Brook 


Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 




Channel. 


Lake Cove 


Fortune 


Fortune. 


Lakevjew 


Harbor Main 


Chapel's Cove. 



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AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for House 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Lally Cove 


Fortune 


... 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


*Lamaline 


Burin 




Lanialine. 


La Manclie 


Ferryland ... 




Toad's Ciive. 


La Manche 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


La Manche. 


Lamble's Passage 


Fortune 


... 


Gaultois. 


Lance Cove 


Bona vista ... 




Greenspond. 


Lanc^ Cove, near 








Rencontre 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rencontre, per Glerjcoe. 


Lance Cove 


Harbor Main 




C. B. Railway T.P.O. 


Lance Cove, Bell Isld.. 


St. John's East 




Bell Island. " 


Lamce Ce, Point Lance 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Lance Cove 


Trinity 




Heart's Content. 


Lance Cove 


" 




Bonavista. 


Lance Ce, Smith's Sri... 


a 




Britannia Cove. 


Lang<lown Cove 


Twillingate 


... 


King's Point, Jackson's Ce; 
N.D. T.P.O. in sum. 


Lang de Ceif 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Ar-genl, 
per Susu. 


L'anse-a-Baik 


Burin 




Lawn, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


L'anse L'eau 


11 




Burin. 


L'anse-au-Maree, or 








L'anse Maria 


St. Barbe ... 




Griguet. 


L'anse-au-Medee, or 






L'anse-a-Meadow ... 


a 




(. 


L'anse-au-Loup 


Burin 




Burin. 


La Plante 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


La Poile. 


*La Poile 


a u 


(( 


L'Argent's Cove 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


*Lark Harbor 


St. George ... 


... 


Curling; Straits T.P.O. in 
summer. 


La Scie 


St. Barbe ... 




Tilt Cove; N. Coastal 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Lawn, or Lane 


Burin 


• • . 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Lawrence Harbor, or 
Laurencetown, 


.'•TwiiiingHle 


{ 


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


Lead Cove 


Trinity 


... Heart's Content. 


Leading Tickles 


f willriigate 


... 


Point Leamington in win.: 
N.D. T.P.O. in sum. 


Lear's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Lee Bight 


Trinity 


> . • ' 


Northern Bay. 


*Lewisporte 


Twillingate 




Lewisporte. 


Lions Den 


ionavista ... 


••■[ 


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

summer. 


Lion's Den ... ] 


""ogo 


... 


?0Cu. 



Post Ofice Department. 



119 



Furnishings of Every Kind. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Little Barrow 

Little Bay 
Little Bay 
Little Bay East 

Little Bay West 
Little Bay, Her. Bay.., 
Little Bay, or Baie 

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 Haibor and 

Batteau Cove 
Little Harbor Deep .. 

Little Heart's Ea-^e .. 
Little Lawn, or L'ane. 
Little Merasheen 
Little Mortier 
Little Northern Har.. 
Little Paradise 
Little Passage 
Little Placentia 
Little Volt 
Little Reach 



Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Burin 

Fortune 



[St. Barbe 
fwillingate 



Harbor Main 
St. Barbe 



Trinity 
Twillingate 
St. George 
Placentia & 
St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Fogo 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and 

Fortune 



St. Mary's. 



La Poile. 



Placentia & St. Mary's 



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

Trinity 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Twillingate 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George ... 

Fortune 



Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per Su8u. 
La Poile. 
Burin. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Harbor Briton, per Susu. 
Qaultois, per Susu. 
Baie Verte, N. Coast 

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

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

Moreton's Harbor. 
Railway T.P.O. 
St. Joseph's. 
Jackson's Arm, White Bay, 

N. Coast T.RO. in sum. 
Salvage. 
Fogo. 

Twillingate. 
Salvage, B.B. T.P.O. 
La Poile. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Salmonier. 

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

T.P.O. 
Bay of Islands. 
N. 'Coast T.P.O. in sum.; 

Englee in winter. 
Nortliern Bight. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 



J 

Exploits. 

Paradise, Plac. Bay T.RO. 
Gaultois. 

Argentia, P.B. By. T.P.O. 
Bay of Islands. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu, 



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AYRE & 


SONS, Ltd.; for Good 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Little Ridge 


Trinity 




Dildo. 


Little River 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Raniea. 


Little River 


Fortune 


• • . 


Gaultois. 


Little Seldom-come-by 


Fogo 


> > • 


Seldom-come-by. 


Little Springs 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Conche, St. Julien's, 
N.E.C. T.P.O. in sum. 


Little St. Joseph's ... 


Plncentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Uderin, 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. 


Lobster Cove 


St. Barbe ... 




Bonne Bay. 


Lobster Cove 


Fortune 




Belleorani, Bay L'Argent, 

per s. s. Su?u. 


Lobster Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 




Coachman's Cove 


Lock's Harbor 


Twillingate 




Leading Tickles, Point 
Leamington in winter ; 
N.D. T.P.O. in summer. 


Lock's Cove 


Buigeo and La Poile... 


Rencontre, T.P.O. West. 


Lock's Cove 


Fogo 


• .. 


Fogo. 


Lock's Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


• ■ . 


St. Anthony, X.E.C. T.P.O. 
in summer ; N.W. Point 
in winter. 


Lodges 


Trinity 


■ •• 


Dildo. 


Logy Bay 


St. John's East 


• . . 


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 


• t . 


Northern Bight. 


Long Cove 


(I 


• ■ 


Dildo. 


Long Cove 


St. George ... 


... 


Bay of Islands. 


Long Cove, Clode Sd... 


Bona vista ... 




Port Blandford. 


Long Harbor 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Baj L'Argent, 
jjer s.s. Susu. 


Long Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Long Har., Railway T.P.O. 


Long Harbor 


Trinity 


... 


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


Long Island 


Bona vista ... 




Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 


Long Island 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Long Island 


Twillingate 




Pilley's Island. 


Long Island 


(( 


. .. 


Exploits. 


Long Point 


(( 


... 


Twillingate. 


Long Pt., Port au Port 


St. George ... 


... 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port. 


Long Pond 


Harbsr Main 


... 


Manuels. 





Post Office Ifepartment. 


121 


Value in Flour, Pork, Molasses, etc. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Long Tickle 
Loo Bay 
Loon Bay 

Loon Cove 

Loon's Cove 

Lord's Cove 

Lories 

Lower Cove, Clode Sd 

Lower Amherst Cove.. 

Lower Bacon Cove ... 

Lower Cove 

Lower Burgeo 

Lower Dark Cove 

Lower Gullies 

Lower Harbor 

Lower English Harbor 

*Lower Island Cove ... 
Lower Rocky Broek ... 

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

Mack's Island 
Maddox Cove 
Magotly Cove 
Magoty Ce, Sound Id.. 
Mahony'e Cove 

Mainland, Gut River... 
Maiden's Arm 
Mai Bay 
Mall Bay 

Man o' War Cove 
Man Point 
Mansfield Bight 
Manuel'* 
Manvel's Cove 
Marchese Point 



Twillingate 
St. Barbe . 
Twillingate 

Bonavista . 
Burin 



Bonavista ... 

Harbor Main 
St. George ... 
Burgeo and La Poile. 
Bonavista ... 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
Fortune 

Bay de Verde 
Trinity 



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



St. John's ... 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's 



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

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George ... 
Bonaviita ... 
Twillingate 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
St. George ... 



Little Bay Island. 
Griguet. 

Lewisporte; Campbellton 
in s; N.D. T.P.O. win. 
Greenspond. 
St. Lawrence. 
Xamaline; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Port Blandford. 

King's Cove. 

Conception Hr., Avondale. 

Port au Port, S. Crossing. 

Burgeo. 

Gambo. 

Kelligrews. 

Exploits. 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per s.s. Susu. 
Lower Island Cove. 
Britannia Cove, Trin. Bay 

T.P.O. in sum. 
Clarenville. 

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

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

N.D. Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Little Bay Island. 
Petty Harbor. 
Brit. Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Valen Island, Placentia 

Bay T.P.O. 
T.P.O. Railway. 
St. Anthony. 
Bonne Bay. 
St. Mary's, Riverhead, 

Salmonier. 
Port au Port, S. Crossing. 
Gander Bay. 
Tilt Cove. 
Manneis. 
Twillingate. 
Port au Port, S. Crossing. 



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Post Office Department. 



In Flour we strongly 


recommend 'Our 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Margaree 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Marquise 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Railway. 


MarshallV Folly 


Bay-de- Verde 


, , 


Carbonear. 


Marshallville 


Twilhngate 




Lewi»porte. 


Martjcot 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia Bay 
T.P.O. 


Martin's Point 


St. Barbe ... 


* < > 


Bonne Bay. 


♦Marystown 


Burin 


... 


Maryetown, via s.s. Argyle 
and 9.8. Portia. 


Mauve Bay, Noddy B.. 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Qriguet. 


May Pond, Point May. 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


McCalluiii Bay 


Fortune 


... 


Balena, per Susu. 


Mclver's 


St. George ... 


> > . 


Bay of Islands (Curling). 


Meadows 


(( 




11 (( 


Melrose 


Trinity '..'. 




Catalina. 


Menchin Cove, New- 








man's Sound 


Bona vista ... 


... 


Salvage. 


Merashesn 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Mercer's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


• • • 


Bay Roberta. 


Mercer's Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Merchant's Cove 


Fortune 


... 


Harbor Briton. 


Merritt's Harbor 


Twillingate 




Herring Neck. 

Tack's Beach; Placentia 


Merry Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 








Bay T.P.O. 


Messervey'g Cove 


St. George ... 


... 


Port au Port, Stephenville 
Crossing. 


Michael's Harbor 


Twillingate 


... 


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


Mick's Cove 


Burin 


■ . . 


Lamaline. 


Middle Arm 


St. George ... 


... 


Bay of Islands (Curling). 


Middle Arm 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Glovertown. 


Middle Arm, Green B. 


u 


... 


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


Middle A., Three Arms 


Twillingate 


... 


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


Middle Arm, Rocky B. 


Fogo 


... 


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


Middk Bara^hois Brk. 


St. George ... 


... 


Robinson's Head. 


Middle Bight 


Harbor Main 


... 


Kelligrews. 


Middle Bill Cove ...! 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Wesleyville. 


Middle Brook 


(( 


... 


Gambo. 


Middle Cove 


u 


... 


Bonavista. 


Middle Cove 


St. John's East 




King's Bridge. 


Milkboy Cove ...\ 


Twillingate 


... 


Little Bay Island. 


Millertown 






Millerton Ry. T.P.O. 
Millerton Ry. T.P.O. 


Millertown Junction... 


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Own' Brand.-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Miller's Passage 


Fortune 


Harbor Briton, per Susu. 


Miller's Town 


St. John's East 


King's Bridge. 


Million's Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Conche. 


Mill Cove 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


Mill Island 


Twillingate 


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


Ming's Bight 


St. Barbe ... 


Baie Verte. 


Mint Brook 


Bona vista ... 


Qambo. 


Mint Cove, near Cas- 






tor's River 


St. Barbe ... 


Bonne Bay 


Mistaken Cove 


(( 


Flower's Cove. 


Mobile 


Ferry land ... 


Mobile. 


Mock Beggar 


Bonavista ... 


Bonavista. 


Molliers 


Burin 


Grand Bank. 


Moucton 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Montgomery 


St. Barbe ... 


Channel. 


Mooney'8 Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Harbor Buffett, Placentia 
Bay T.P.O. 


Moore's Cove 


Twillingate 


Fortune Har., New Bay. 


Morgan Island 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Mortier 


Burin 


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


Moreton's Harbor 


Trinity 


Moreton's Harbor. 


Murts, Dead man's Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Mose Ambrose 


Fortune 


St. Jacques, per Susu. 


Mother Hicks 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Mother Lake Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Channel. 


Mouee Island 


41 a 


u 


Mud Cove 


Burin 


Burin, Epworth. 


Muddy Brook 


Trinity 


Bonavista. 


Muddy Hole West ... 


Burgeo and La Poile .. 


Burin. 


Muddy Hole 


Fogo 


Mu.agrave Harbor. 


Muddy Hole 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Mulley's Cove 


Bay de Yerde 


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


Mull Face Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


*Musgrave Harbor ... 


Fogo 


Musgravp Harbor, 


*Musgravetown 


Bonavista ... 


Brooklyn in winter; 
B.B.T.P.O. in summ. i. 


Musquito & Muddy He 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Pushthrough. 


Musquito Harbor, near 






Ramea 


" " 


Ramea. 


Musquito Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Musquito 


Carbonear ... 


C. B. Railway. 


Mu?quito 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Joseph's. 


Mussel Harbor Arm ... 


(1 ■' 


Placentia Bay T.PO., 
Harbor Buffett. 



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If your Raincoat is a ' Cravenette ' 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Mussel Pond 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier, St. Joseph's. 


Mutton Bay 


(( 


(( 


Trepassey. 


Mumper's Island 


Twillingate 


. .. 


Exploits. 


Naked Man 


u 


... 


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


Nameless Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Flower's Cove. 


Narrows 


Burin 


... 


Burin. 


Neck Haibor 


Burgeo and La 


Poile.. 


Rose Blanche. 


New Bay, New B. Head 


Twillingate 


... 


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


New Bonaventure ... 


Trinity 


... 


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


New Bridge 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


New Burnt Cove 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor. 


New Cut Room 


(( 




Tiinity, Shoal Harbor. 


Newell'g Island 


Bonavi&ta ... 




Greenspond. 


Newell's Brook 


u 






*^t>l oil i~ XJ \ \J\J Pk. , , . 

New Ferole 


St. Barbe ... 




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


New Harbor 


Bonavista ... 


• • ■ 


Greenspond, Shambler's Ce. 


New Harbor, near 








Rencontre 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rencontre, per Glencoe. 


New Harbor 


Fortune 


... 


Belleorani, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


New Harbor 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Griguet. 


*New Harbor 


Trinity 


... 


New Harbor. 


New Harbor 


Twillingate 




Lewisporte. 


Newman's Cove 


Bonavista ... 




King's Cove. 


Newman's Sound 


ii 




Salvage. 


New Melbourne 


Trinity 


... 


Heart's Content. 


New Perlican 


u 


... 


u 


Newtown 


Bonavista ... 


... 


Wesleyville, s.s. Fogota. 


Newtown 


Harbor Main 


• • • 


Holyrood. 


New World Island ... 


Twillingate 


• ■ * 


Twillingate & Herring Neck 


Nick's Nose, near 


a 


... 


King's Point in winter; 


Jackson's Cove 






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


Nimrod 


11 


... 


Leadiug Tickles, Point 
Leamington. 


*Nipper'sHr., Noble C. 


(( 


* . . 


Nipper's Harbor. 


Noddy, or Mauve Bay. 


St. Barbe !!! 


... 


Griguet. 


Noggin Cove 


Fogo 


... 


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


Nonsuch 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Oderin, Plac. Bay T.P.O 


Norman'3 Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


... 


Grigaet; Lock's Cove, 
in winter. 


Norman's Cove 


Trinity 


... 


Railway T.P.O 


*Norris's Arm 


Twillingate... 


... 


Norris' Arm 



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it's all Right !-AYRE & SONS^ Ltd. 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Norris's Point 
North Arm 
Northern Arm 
Northern Bay 
■^Northern Bight 
Northern Bight 
Northern End 
Northern Harbor 
Northern Harbor 
North Hr., St. Mary's.. 
North Har., Sound Id. 
North River 
N. W. Arm, Alex. Bay 
N. W. Arm, Clode Sd.. 
N.W. Arm, Rocky Bay 

*N.W. Arm, Green Bay 

North West Brook ... 
North West Brook ... 
North West Cove 
N.W. Point, Hare Bay 

Norton's Cove, now 

Brook field, 
Nuddick 
Nut Cove 

Oar Bay, Cape LaHune 
Oar Cove 
Ochre Pit Cove 
Oderin (Audierne) 
Offer Wadhaius 

Old Bonaventure 
Old Ferole 
Old House Cove 
Old Man's Bay 
*01d Perlican 

Old Port au Choix 

Old Shop 

Old Tilt 

Old Woman's Cove 

Oliver's Cove 

Oliver's Cove 

Onion Cove 



St. Barbe ... 
St. George ... 
Twillingate 
Bay de Verde 
Trinity 

Fogo 
Twillingate 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Port de Grave 
Bonavista ... 

Fogo 

Twillingate 

Trinity 
Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and La Poile... 
St. Barbe ... 

Bonavista... \ 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Bay de Verde 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Fogo 

Trinit}' 

St. Barbe ... 

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

St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 



Bonne Ray; Straits T.P.O. 

Bay of Islands (Curling). 

Botwood. 

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

Noithern Bight. 

Catalina. 

Change Islands. 

Exploits. 

Little Bay Island. 

Whitbourne. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Clarke's Beach. 

Glovertown. 

Port Bland ford. 

Gander Bay in winter; 

8.S. Fogota in summer. 
N.W. Arm, T.RO in sum.; 

King's Point in winter. 
Northern Point. 
Glovertown. 
La Poile. 
St. Anthony, Lock's Cove, 

in winter. 
Pool's Island in winter; 

B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
Trinity. 
Clarenville. 
C.T.PO. West. 
Burgeo. 

Carbonear; C.B. Ry. 'A.' 
Placentia Bay T.RO. 
Musgrave Hr., in winter ; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Trinity; T.P.O. in sum. 
Bonne Bay; T.P.O. in sura. 
Twillingate. 
Raniea. 
Lower Island Cove; 

T.B. TP.O. in summer. 
Bonne Bay; T.P.O. in sum. 
Dildo. 

Shoal Harbor. 
Lally Cove. 

Valenld., Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Fogo. 
Griguet. 



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Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Open Bay 
Open Hall 

Orange Bay, or Great 

Harbor Deep, 
Otterbury 
Otter bury 
Otterbury 
Otter Islaml 
Otter's Point 
Otter's Point 

Ouinette 

Outer Cove 

Outer Pincliaril's I-ld. 

Our Haibor 

Pacquet 

Paddle ( 'ove, near 

Cape La Hnne 
Paine's Harbor 
Paradise 
Paradise 
Paradise 
Pai'dy's Island 
Parker's River 
Parker':" Cove 

Park Harbor 
Pareon'.s Pond 

Passenger Cove 

Pass Island 

Path End 

Pat Power's Cove 

Patrick Cove, C. Shore 

Patrick Harbor 

Pat's Cove 

Paul's Island 

Peach's Cove 

Pearce's Harbor 

Pearl Island 

Peas Cove 

Peas L)ove 

Peckford Is., Wadhams 



St. Barbe ... 
Bonavista ... 

> Bona vista ... 

Bay de Verde 

Harbor (irace 

Port-de-Grave 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Trinity 

Twilliiigate 
St. JohTi'a East 
Bonavista ... 
Burgeo and La Poile 
St. Barhe ... 



...Flower's Cove. 

... Jamestown in winter; 

B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
j Englee in win.; N. Coastal 
( T.P.O. in summer. 
.. Carbonear; C.B. Ry. 'A.' 
..Harbor Grace. 
,., Bay Robeit-i. 
..iLittleBay. 
.. [Grand Bruit. 
...Britannia Cove; T.P.O. in 

summer. 
.. Railway T.P.O. 
..lOuter Cove. 
...'Wesleyville. 
..Burgeo. 
...iTiltCove; N. Coastal 

T.P.O. in sum. 



Burgeo and La Poile... 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twilliiigate 

Harbor Main 

Burin 

St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Burin 

Twillingate 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

Burin 

Bonavista ... 

Trinity 

Tviillingate 

St. George ... 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Fogo 



C T.P.O. West. 
Fogo. 

'Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Twillingate. 
[Topsail. 
[Burin. 
Griguet. 
Baine Harbor, Placentia 

Bay T.P,0. 
Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Clarenville, 

Pass Island. S.C. T.P.O. 
Burin (North.) 
Little Bay North. 
Placentia. 
Gaultois. 
Bnrin. 
Greenspond. 
Catalina. 

Moreton's Harbor. 
Bay of Islands. 



Trinity. 

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



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Name of Place. 


IDistrict. 


Post Town. 


Peltry 


Fortune 


Bay L'Argent. 


Pendergast Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Doach man's Cove. 


Penguin Island 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor. 


Peilican Island 


Trinity 


Lower Island Cove. 


Perry's Cove 


Bay-de- Verde 


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


Peter's Arm 


Twillingate... 


Botwood. 


Peter's Cove 


Bonavista ... 


Port Blandford. 


Peter's Kiver 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's. 


Petrie Valley 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


Petipae Cove 


ti 


(( 


Petitea Ilettes 


St. Barbe ... 


Conche. 


Petites 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Rose Blanche. 


Petit Fort 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Petty Harbor 


St. John's West 


Petty Harbor. 


Philip's Head 


Twillingate 


Botwood. 


Piccadilly 


St. George ... 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Piccaire 


Fortune 


Gaultois. 


Pick Eyes 


Port de-Grave 


Port de Grave, 


Pigeon Arm 


St. Barbe ... 


Englee. 


Pigeon Cove 





Flower's Cove. 


Pelier Bay 


4( 


Conche. 


*Pilley's island 


Twillingate 


PiUey's Island. 


PiUey's Cove 


(( 


(( 


Pike's Arm 


u 


Herring Neck. 


Pinchard's Island 


Bonavista ... 


Wesleyville. 


Pincher's Islands, \ 
Ragged Islands, J 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


I Tack's Beach, Placentia 
\ ^ay T.P.O. 


Pinch Gut 


U (( 


Famish Cap, Ry. T.P.O. 


Pinch Gut Tickles ... 


(( (( 


Colinet, via Whitbourne. 


Pine Cove 


St. Barbe ... 


Flower's Cove. 


Piper's Hole 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


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


Pistolet Bay 


St. Barbe ... 


Griguet. 


Pitt's Harbor 


Trinity 


Northern Bight. 


*Placentia 


Placentia k St. Mary's. 


Placentia. 


Placentiaman's Cove, 






Sound Island 


11 (( 


Placentia Bay T.P.O. 


Plate Cove 


Bonavista ... 


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


Plate Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per s. 8. Susu. 


Plate Cove 


Bonavista ... 


s. s. Dundee in summer, 
Jamestown in winter. 


Pleasant Cove 


St. George ... 


Bay of Islands. 


Point au Gaul 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Point Crew 


(( 


(1 


Pont Enragee 


Fortune 


Belleoram, per s. s. Susu 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Point La Hayes 
Point Lance 
Point Leamington 
Point May 
Point Moll 
Point Rich 

Point Rosie 
Point Rosie 
Point Verde 
Pond Cove 
Pool's Cove 

*Pool's Id., Pool's Har 
Pope's Harbor 

Port au Basque 

Port au Bras 

Port au Choix 

Port au Port 

Port Blandford, Clode 

Sound 
Port de Grave 
Portland Creek, Port 

Saunder?;, 
Portugal Cove 
Portugal Cove 
*Pouch CoTe 
Pound Cove 
Powles Head 
Presque 
Priveccoeur 
Protestant Town 
Pudding Bag Cove 
Puffin Island 
Purabley's Island 

Pump Cove 
Puncheon Cove 
Purbeck Cove 

Purcell's Harbor 
*Pu8h through 

Pyramid Point 
Queen's Cove 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

St. George ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe ... 

Fortune 

Bonavista ... 
Trinity 

Burgeo and L^ Poile... 

Burin 

St. Barbe ... 

St. George ... 

Bonavista ... 
Port de Grave 

I St. Barbe... | 

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

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



Post Town. 



St. John's East 
Bonavista ... 

St. Barbe ... 

Burin 

Fogo 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate 
Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 
Trinity 



St. Mary's. 

Placentia. 

Botwood in summer. 

Lauialine. 

Argentia, Placentia Ry. 

Bonne Bav in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Belleoram, per e. s. Susu. 
Searston. 
Placentia. 
Flower's Cove. 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per s. 8. Susu. 
Pool's Lsiland. 
Shoal Harbor, Trinity Bay 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Burin. 

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

I Port Blandford. 
jPort-de-Grave. 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Portugal Cove, Trepassey. 
Portugal Cove. 
Pouch Cove. 
IWesleyville. 
I Trepassey. 

' Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Placentia. 
Portugal Cove. 
I Pool's Island. 
Greenspond. 
Western Cove, W.B.; N. C. 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Lamaline. 
Change Islands. 
Western Cove, W.B.; N. C. 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Twillingate. 
Pushthrough, per 

s. 8. Susu. 
Griguet. 
Northern Bight. 





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Hardware.— AYRE & SONS, Lid. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Quidi Vidi 



...St. John's East 



Qiiillier ... Fortune 

Quinton's Ce, Long Is. Twillingate. 
Quirpon, Great & LittlelSt Barbe . 
Ragged H., now MelrosejTrinity 
... Fogo 



Ragged Harbor 

Ragged Islands 

*Rainea 

Ram',s Ifland (lona) 
Randall's Ce, Pilley's Is 
Random Harbor 

Hantem 

Rat Cove, Ha Ha Bay. 

Rattling Brook 

Raymond's Point 

Red Brook and Middle 

Brook 
Red Cliff Island 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 

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



St. Barbe 
St. George 
Fortune 

St. George 
Bonavista 



Red Cove ...JFortune 

Red Cove, near Branch; Placentia & St. Mary's. 



Red Harbor 
Red Head Cove 
Red Island 
*Red Island 
Red Island 
Red Lands 
Red Eucks 
Red llod Cove 
Rencontre 



...Burin 

Bay-de-Verde 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 
!St. George ... 
jBay de Verde 
,!St. George ... 

Fogo 

Foitune 



Rencontre 

■"■Renews 

Richard's Harbor 

Rider's Harbor 

Rip Rap 

River Blanche 

Riverhead, Bay of Ids, 

Riverhead, St. Mary's. 

Riverhead, Span. Bay. 

River Cove 

Rivers, Cape La Huue, 

31 



Burgeo aud La Poile... 

Ferry land ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

Trinity 

Port-de-Giave 

St. George ... 

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



St. John's — Branch Office, 

St. John's East. 
Push through. 
Little Bay Island. 
Griguet. 
Catalina. 
Musgrave Harbor; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Tack's Beach ; Placentia 

Bay T.PO. 
Ramea. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Pillty's Island. 
Hickman's Harbor; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Griguet. 
Railway T.P.O. 
Gaultiiis. 

Robinson's Hd; Ry. T.P.O. 
King's Cove; B.B. T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Harbor Briton. 
Placentia. 

Flat Ids; Plac. Bay T.RO. 
Bay de Verde, L. I. Cove. 
Burgeo. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Steplienville Crossing, 
Lower Island Cove. 
Railway T.PO. 
iChange Islands. 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 
I per Susu. 
S. S. Glencoe. 
Renews. 

Pushthrough, per Susu. 
Clarenville. 
Brigus. 

Stephenville Crossing. 
Humbermouth. 
Salmonier. 

C. B. Railway T.P.O. 
Bay of Islands, 
Ramea, 



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Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



River of Ponds 

Rix Cove 
Kobbin's Cove 
Robert's Arm 
Robin Hooii 
Robinson's Bight 
*Robinson'8 Head 



St. Baibe , 
Twilliiigate 



Trinity 

1st. Ge 



rge 



Roche, or Rocky Har... St. Burbe 



Rock Harbor 
Rocky Bay 

Rocky Bay, Alex. Bay. 
Rocky Harbor 

Rock}' Harbor 
Flocky Brook 
IJogue's Harbor 
Rolling Ce, Stock Cove 
Rope (/Ove 
Rose au Rue 
*Rose Blanche 
Roundabout 
Round Cove 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Round Harbor 
Rowsell's Ce, New Bay 



Burin 
Fogo 

Bonavista ... 
St. Barbe ... 

Trinity 

Twill) ijgate 
Bonavi?ta ... 
St. George ... 
Placciitia & St. 
Burgeo and La 
Burin 

FortuTie 

(I 

Burgeo and La 
jTwiliingate 
Trinity 
Twillingatc 



Mary's 
Poile... 



Poile 



Rushoon ...Placeiitia & St. Maiy's. 

Russell's Cove (New \ 

^lelbourne ...iTrinity 

RiisselFs Cove, Smith's' I rr ■ ■. 
Sound, I iTnnity 



Ryles Barachoix 
Sacred Bay 
Saddle Island 
Safe Harbor 

Sagona 

Sailor's Island 
Saintor's Cove 
St. Anthony 
St. Ann's 



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

Fortune 

Bonavista ... 
...jTrinity 
,..|St. Barbe ... 
...JHarbor Main 



Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T. P.O. in sum. 
Nipper's Harbor. 
Twillingate. 
Pilley's Island. 
Trinity. 
Elliott's Cove. 
Robinson's Head; R.T.P.O. 
Bonne Bav. 

Beaubois.'Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Gander Bay in winter; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Glovertown. 
Bonne Bay; Straits T.P.O. 

in summer. 
Northern Bight. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Nipper's Harbor. 
King's Cove. 
Bay of Islands. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Rose Blanche. 
Lawn; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Gaultois, per Susu. 

Pushthrough, per Susu. 
Tilt Cove; T.P.O. in sum. 
Northern Bight. 
Point Leamington in win.; 

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

Heart's Content. 

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



... Griguet. 

... Pushthrough. 

... Sham bier's C. in win; Pool's 

Id, B.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
... Harbor Briton, per Susu. 
... Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 
... Bay Bulls Arm, Ry. T.PO. 
... St. Anthony. 
...jC.B. Railway T.P.O. 





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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



St. Ann's 

St. Bar-be Bay 

*St. Bride's 
*St. Brendan's 

St. Carols 
St. Chads 
St. Genevieve 

*St. George 
*St. Jacques 
St. John's Bay 
St. Jolin'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. J alien's 
St. Kyran's 
*St. Lawrence 
St. Leonard's 
St. Leonard's, or 

Luniare 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 



Placentia & St. 
St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. 
Bonavista ... 

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

St. George ... 
Fortune 



St. Barbe ... 

|St. John's ... 
'St. John's East 
Trinity 



Mary's. 



Marv'i 



\ Placentia & St. Mary's. 



I 



St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. 
Burin 
Placentia & St. 

St. Barbe ... 



Mary's. 
Mary' 



Placentia & St. 
iSt. Barbe ... 



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

a u 

St. Barbe ... 
Bay-de- Verde 

Harbor Main 
Port-de-Grave 
Trinity 

Twillingate 



Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T. P 0. in sum. 
Placentia. 
Glovertown in winter; 

B.B. T.P.O. in summer. 
St. Anthony. 
Salvage Bay. 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum 
St. George. 
St. Jacfiues, pei' Susu. 

u a 

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

St. John's. 

.( 

Fox Har., Northern Bight. 

St. Josepii's. 

Oderin; Plac. Bay T.PO. 

in summer. 
Bonne Bay. 

Conche in win. ; C T.P.O. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
St. Lawrence. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Griguet. 

Bonne Bay. 

St. Mary's. 

St. Anthony. 

Bonne Bay in wintei'; 

Straits T.P.O. in sum. 
Tre])assey. 

u 

Bonne Bay. 
Carbonear, C.B. Ry. 

Avondale. 
C.B. Railway, ' A.' 
Trinity. 
Clarenville. 

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



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Name of Office. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Sahiionier 


Burin 




Burin. 


Salinonier 


u 


... 


Lamaline. 


Salinonier 


Fortune 


... 


Hermitage Cove. 


Salinonier 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier. 


Waliiianier, J'lac. Bay... 


U (( 




Argentia, Placentia Bay. 


Salmon Point 


Fogo 


• > . 


Fogo. 


Salt Arm 


St. Barbe ... 




Englee. 


Salt Pond 


Twillingate 




Pilley's Island. 


Salt Pond 


(i 


... 


Lewisporte. 


Suiter's Cove 


Bona vista ... 




Brooklyn; T.P.O. in sum. 


Salt Harbor 


Twillingate 


... 


Herring Neck. 


*8alv«^e 


Bona vista ... 




Salvage; T.P.O in sum. 


Sam Hitches 


Fortune 


.. 


Gaultiii^^. 


Sani'.s Cove 


Twillingate 




M'lrelDii's Harbor. 


Shiiinoii'm Island 


11 




Fxploil,-. 


S;uidy Buy 


St. Barbe 




Bonne B:iy. 


Siindy Ciive 


Bona vista ... 


* . . 


Salvage. 


Sandy Cove 


Burin 




Lamaline. 


Sandy Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Argentia. Placentia Bay. 


Sandy Cove 


Port-de-Grave 




Bay R.jberts. 


Sandy (^'ove 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


Sandy Harlioi- 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Burgeo; Plac. Bav T.P.O. 


Sandy Lake 


St Geoige ... 




Railway T.P.O. 


Sandy Point 


u 




St. George. 


Sand ford, or Hoop'g H. 


St. Barbe ... 




Englee. 


Sargent's Cove 


Fogo 




Fogo. 


Sault Cove 


St. Barbe ... 




Englee, Great liar. Deep. 


Savage Cove 


i. 


... 


Flower's Cove. 


Scarce Harbor 


Fortune 




Belleorani. 


Schooner Island 


St. Barbe ... 




Griguct. 


Sceivour's Island 


Twillingate 






Scilly Cove 


Tiinity 




Heart's Content. 


Scis.sor's Cove 


Twillingate 




Lewisporte. 


Scou.se Cove 


Fortune 




Gaultois. 


Seal Bay 


Twillingate 




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


Seal Cove 


Bona vista ... 




Jamestown; T.P.O. in sum. 


Seal Cove 


Fortune 




Hermitage Cove, per Su^u. 


Seal Cove 


f^aibor Main 




C.B. Railway T.PO. 


Seal Cove 


Trinity 


■ ■ . 


Heart's Content. 


Seal Cove 


Ferryland ... 


... 


Toad's Cove. 


Seal Cove 


a 


... 


Renews. 


Seal Cove 


Fogo 




Change Islands. 


Seal Cove 


it 




Fogo. 
Wesleyville. 


Seal Cove, Cat Harbor. 


u 




Seal Cove 


St. Barbe .'.'," 


. * . 


Flower's Cove. 



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Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Seal Cove ...ISt. Baibe 

Seal Cove, White Bay.. I 



Sealing Bight 
Seal Islands 
Seal Rocks 
Selby's Cove 
*3eldoni-conie-by 
Sergeant's Cove 
Serpentine River 
Secostiis Bay 
Shallop Cove 
Shallop Cove 
ShalloWHV (Jove 
Shallow Bay, near 

Cow Harlior, 
Shambler's Cove 

Shandy Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove, leiiii 
Ship Cove 
Shi[) Cove 
Ship Cove 
Ship Cove 



... Twillingate 

... Buri^eo aud La Poile... 

... St. Geoige ... 

...Trinity 

... Fogo 

...Twillingate 

... St. George ... 

... St. Barbe ... 

... Bonavista ... 

... St. Cemge ... 

... Bonavi-ta ... 

iSt. Barbe ... \ 

... Bonavi.>ta ... 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 
...iTrinity 
...|Port-de-Grave 
...1st. Barbe ... 
... St. George ... 



Bonne Bay. 

Bale Verte in winter; 

N. Coastal T.P.O. sum. 
Exploits. 
Rose Blanche. 
St. George. 
Heart's Content. 
Seldom-come-by. 
Exploits. 
Bay of Islands. 



Ship Co\e 

Ship Ce, x^ay D'Espoir 

Ship Harbor 

Ship Island 

Ship Island 

Shoal Arm 

Shcial Bay 

Shoal Bay 

Shoal Bro>jk 

Shoal Cove, Cotte^^ Is. 

Shoal Cove 

Shoal Cove 

*^-5lioal Harbor 

Shoal Bay, now 

Cavendisli 
Shoe Co\e 
Shoe Co\e 
Shoe Cove 
Shoe Cove 
Sibley's Cove (Selby's) 



Twillingate .. 
Fortune 

Placentia & St. Maty's, 
Bonavista ... 
Feirylaud ... 
jTwillingate 
iFogo 

[Bonavista ... 
;St. Barbe ... 
Bonavista ... 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe ... 
Trinity 



Twillingate 
Bonavista ... 
Ferryland . . . 
St. John's East 
Trinity 



Greenspond. 

St. George. [sum. 

St. Brendan's; T.P.O. in 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

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

Greenspond in summer. 
Burin. 

u 

Placentia Bav T.P.O. 

Trinity; T.P.O. in sum. 

Port de Grave; C.B. Ry. 

Griguel. 

Port au Port, Stephenville 

Crossing. 
Exploits. 

GauUoi^, per Susu. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Greenspond. 
Toad's Cove. 
Little Bay. 
Fogo. 
Gambo. 
Bonne Bay. 

St. Brendan's; T.P.O. sum. 
Fortune Harbor. 
Flower's Cove. 
. Shoal Harbor. 

New Harbor. 

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

Greenspond. 
. ' Renews. 

Pouch Cove. 
. I Heart's Content. 



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Maltese and Irish Lace Goods. 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Sibley's Cove 
Skibbereen 
Skimmers Cove 
Silver Fox Island 
Silver Point 
Silverton 
Skinner's Hnibor 
Slaughter Cove 
Sleepy Cove 
Sloo|)'s Run 
Sinall I'oiut (Upper 

anil Lower) 
Small's 
Smitli's Haihoi' (.liilin)'T« illiiigate 



Placentia .t St. Mary's. 
Harbor Main 
Trinity 
Bonavista ... 
St. iiarbe ... 

Fog" 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingdte 

Bonavista ... 

Bay tie Verde 
Burgc'o and La Puile.. 



Burgeo; P.B. T.P.O. sum. 
Harbor Main. 
Hritannia Ov; T. P.O. sum. 
Vw\v Island 
Bonne H;iy. 

Change Islands. 
Coachman's Cove. 
Twillingate. 



Sniokey Run 
Smootli ('o\e 
Snelling Cove 
Snook's Arm 
Snook's Harbor 
Snook's Harl)or 
SojVs Arm 
Sop's Arm and Island. 

*Sound Island 

South Dildo 

South Ea.st Bight 

Southern Bight 

Southern End 

Southern Haibor 

South River 

South Side 

Southward, South'n B. Bonavista 



. I Bonavista ... 

.Bay-de- Verde 

Twillingate 

u 

Trinity 
Fortune 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Port-de-Grave 

St. George ... 



South West Ann ... " 

S. \V. Arm, Green Bay Twillingate 

S. W. Arm, New Bay.. 

■"■Spaniard's Bay ...|Harbor Grace 

.Spaniard's Bay ... Trinity 

Spanish Koorii ...|Burin 

Spear Cove, White Bay St. Barbe ... 



Spencer's Cove 
Spillai's Cove 
Spiller's Cove 
Spirit's Cove 



Placentia & St. 

Trinity 

St. Ba'rbe ... 

Twillingate 



Mary': 



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

Burgeo. 

King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. T.PO. in sum. 
[Salvage. 

Caibonear, C. R. Rv. 'A' 
Twillingate. 

iTilt Cove; T.P.O. in sun.. 
Elliott's Cove 
Belleoram. 
PiUey's I.sland. 
Western Cove; W. B. 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O 
Dildo. 

Paradise; Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
i Northern Bight. 
^Change Islands. 
I La Manche 
jC. B. Railway, 'A.' 
!St. George's. " 
;Jamestown; B.B. T.P.O. 
j in summer. 
'Pool's Island. 
King's Pt; N.D.B. T.P.O. 
Point Leamington. 
Spaniard's Bav. 
Trinity; T.B T.RO. sum. 
Burin North. 
Western Cove, W. B. ; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Bonavista. 
Qricuet. 
Twilling ite. 





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135 


AYAE & SONS, Ltd. 


Name of Place. 


|Uistrict. 


Post Town. 



Spirity Cove 
Spoon Ce, now Epwoi th 
Spoon Cove 
Spout Cove 
Sprague's Cove 

Spread Eagle 

Spiingildle 

Spiingfielii 

Spring's Ann 

SpTUce Point 

Squid Cove 

Squid Cove 

S(|uid Tickle 

Staffordtovvn 

Stage Cove 

Stag Harbor 

Stanley's Cove 

Stanleyville 

Starke's Bight 

Starve Harbor 

Stepaside 

Stephen ville 

*Stephenville Cro-?8inj 

Stevenson's Village .. 

Stock Cove 

Stock Cove 

Stocking Harbor 

Stone's Cove 

Stone Island 
Storehouse Cove 
Strickland Beach 
String Tickle 
Sugar Loaf 
Sulian's Cove 
Sullivan's Cove 
Summerside 
Sunday Cove Island . 

Surgeon Cove 
Swain's Island 
Swale Island 
Swan Island Haibor. 
Sweet Bay 
Swerry Island 



St. Barbe ... 
Burin 

Harbor Grace 
Bay-de- Verde 
Trinity 



Twillingate 
Port de Grave 
St. Barbe ... 
St. George ... 
Harbor Grace 
Twillingate 
Bonavista ... 
Twillingate 

Fogo 

I Fortune 

St. Barbe ... 

I " 

Twillingate 
, [Burin 
,iSt. George ... 

)■ " 

,j Harbor Grace 

. .Bonavista ... 

.iTrinity 

Twillingate 
.i Fortune 



Feri3land ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George ... 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

St. George ... 
Twillingate 



Bonavista . 

Twillingate 
Bonavista . 



Bonne Bay. 
Epworth. 
Harbor Grace. 
Carbonear, C. B. Ry. 'A.' 
Britannia Ce; Elliott's Ce, 

in winter; T. P.O. in sum. 
Dildo. 

Spring.iale; T.P.O. in sum. 
C. B. Railway. 
Conche. 
Bay of Islands. 

Bryant's Cove, Har. Grace. 

Twillingate. 

Salvage; T.P.O. in sum. 

Little Bay. 

Tilt Cove. 

Fogo. 

Pushthrougli. 

Bonne Bay. 

St. Anthony. 

Herring Neck. 

Burin North. 

Stephenville Crossing. 

U 11 

Harbor Grace. 
King's Cove. 
Chance Cove. 
Nipper's Harbor. 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

per Susu. 
Caplin Bay. 

Valen Ll,Plac. Bay T.P.O. 
Bay of Islands. 
Fox Hr., Northern Bight. 
Pushth rough. 
Little Bay Island. 



Bay of Islands. 
Pilley's Island in winter; 
N.D.B T.P.O. in sum. 
Exploits. 
Wesleyville. 
Salvage; T P.O. in sum. 
Exploits. 

.Jamestown; T.l'O. in sum. 
Deer Island. 



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I'ost Offi,ce. Department. 



Canvas Tents made to Order. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Sydney Harbor 


Bonavista ... 


Fair Inlands. 


Tack's Beach 


Placentia & 8t. Mary's. 


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


Tantanioraiit 


Carbonear ... 


C. B. Railway. 


Tasse D'Argeut, or 






Tosselo 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 


Tavernor'e Point 


Trinity 


Trinity. 


Taylor Bay 


Burin 


Lamaline. 


Taylor Island 


Fortune 


Belleoram. 


Tea Cove 


Trinity 


Fox Har., Northern Bight. 


Terra Nova River ... 


Bonavista ... 


Railway T.P.O. 


Terence ville 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


Thicket 


Harbor Grace 


Spaniard's Bay. 


Thimble Tickles, Thos. 
Rowseir.s Island.a, 


>T\villingate < 


Leading Tickles; T.P.O. 
in summer. [sum. 


Thoroughfare 


Trinity 


Britannia Cove; T.P.O. in 


Three Arms 


Twillingate 


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


Tliree Guts, Port au 






Port Bay 


St. George ... 


Stephenville Crossing. 


Three Island Harbor... 


Bonavista ... 


Greenspond. 


Three Mountain Har... 


St. Barbe ... 


St. Anthony. 


Three Rock Cove ... 


St. George ... 


Port au Port, Stephenville 
' 'rossing. 


Twart Island 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Tibbert.s 


St. Geoige ... 


Wood Island. 


Tibbo's 


Burgeo and La Poile... 


Burgeo. 


Tickle Cove 


Bonavi.=ta ... 


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


Tickle Hr. (Belleoram) 


Trinity 


Chance Cove. 


Tickle Beach, Long H. 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
per Susu. 


Tickles 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Colinet, Whitbourne. 


*Tilt Cove 


Twillingate... 


Tilt Cove. 


Tilton 


Harbor Grace 


C. B. Railway T.P.O. 


*Tilting 


Fogo 


Fogo in winter; 
s.s. Fogota in summer. 


Tinker's Island 


Bonavista ... 


Greenspond, Pool's Island. 


Tipe's Cove 


Trinity 


Britannia Ce; T.P.O. sum. 


Tite's Cove 


Burin 


Burin. 


Tithe's Cove 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor. 


Tizzard's Harbor 


Twillingate 


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


Toad's Cove 


Ferry land ... 


Toad's Cove. 


Tom Hall's Harbor .. 


Twillingate 


Exploits. 


Too Good Arm 


" 1 


Herring Neck. 





Post Office iJepartment. 


137 


AYAE & SONS, Ltd. 


Name of Office. 


District. 




Post Town. 



Topsail 
Torbay 
Tosselo 
Trainer 
Tapper's Cove, Port 

ttu Choix, 
*Trepa8se y 
Tray town 
♦Trinity 
♦Trinity East 
Trinity B., Bona. Bay. 
Trinney's Cove 
Triton (Troy ton) 

Trouty 
Trout River 
Trump Island 
Trumpet Cove 
Turk's Cove 
Turk's Cove 
Turk's Gut, N. Side ... 
Turk's Gut, S. Side ... 
Turnip Cove 

Turtle Island 
*T\villingate 
Udle's Cove 
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 
Tenon's Island 
Vry's Beach 
Victoria 



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

jst. Barbe... | 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Bona vista ... 
Trinity 

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

Trinity 

St. Barbe ... 

Twillingate 

(I 

Trinity 
Fortune 
Port de Grave 
Harbor Main 
Fortune 

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

Bonavista ... 

Harbor Main 

Twillingate 

Burgeo and La Poile.. 

Bonavista 

Harbor Main 

Harbor Grace 

Trinity 



Bay de Verde 
Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George ... 
Twillingate 
St. George ... 
Trinity 



Topsail. 

Torbav. 

Presque, Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Harbor Briton. 

Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits T.P.O. in .',um. 
Trepassey. 
Glovertown. 
Trinity. 

Trinity; T. Bay T.P.O. sum 
Gambo. 

Ry. T.P.O. Famish Cove. 
Pillev's Island in winter; 

N.b.B. T.P.O. in sum. 
Trinity. 

Bonne Bay T.P.O. in sum. 
Twillingate. 
Moreton's Harbor, 
Heart's Content. 
Belleoram. 

Brigus. 

(I 

Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

per Susu. 
Flat Islands, P. Bay T P.O. 
Twillingate. 
Port Blandford. 
Flower's Cove. 
Englee. 
King's Cove. 
Avondale. 
Exploits. 
Burgeo. 
Gam to. 
Upper Gullies. 
Spaniard's Bay. 
Elliott's Cove in winter; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Shoal Harbor. 
Carbonear, C. B. Ry. ' A.' 
Valen Id., Plac. Bay T.P.O. 

Bay of Islands. 
Tilt Cove. 
Bay of Islands, 
Bonavista. 



N 



138 



Post Office Department. 



Down Quilts made to order, any 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Victoria Cove 



Fogo 



Mary's. 



Victoria Village ...iCarboiiear ... 

Villa Maria ... Placentia & St. 

Villa Veau 

Virgin Arm ... Twillingate 

Virgin Cove ... Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Viter's Ce, X. Perlican Trinity 

Wadham Islands ...Fogo 



Wake's Brook 
Waldron's Cove 
Ward's Harbor 
Warren's Harbor 
Watei man's Harbor 
Weasel Island 
Webber's Bight 
Wellman's Cove 



Trinity 
Twillingate 

Bonavista . 

St. Barbe . 
.. Fortune 
..Twillingate 



*Wesleyville ...JBonavista ... 

West Bay, Port au Port St. George ... 
West Country Cove ... St. Barbe ... 
West Cul de Sac ... Burgeo and La Poile. 
* Western Bay ... Bay de Verde 

♦Western Cove ... St. Barbe ... 



Western Cove, Barren 



Island 
Western Head 
Western Harbor 
Western Point 
Weymouth 
Whale's Brook 
Whale Cove 

Whale Cove 
Whale Gulch, New 

World Island 
*Whitbourne 
White Bear Bay 
White Island 
White Island 
White Point Cove 
White Point 
White Point 



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

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



Burin 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe ... 

Burgeo and La Poile... 

St. Barbe ... 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trimtv 



Gander Bay; s.s. Fogota in 
sum.; Boyd's Cove in win. 
Carbonear. 
Placentia Railway T.P.O. 

Twillingate. 

Merasheen, Placentia Bay. 

Heart's Content. 

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

Shoal Harbor. 

Fortune Harbor. 

Pilley's Id., T.P.O. in sum. 

Greenspond. 

CoDche. 

Belleoram. 

Fortune Harbor. 

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

Wesleyville. 
iStephenville Crossing. 
[Tilt Cove. 
!Cape La Hune 

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

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

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 
Moreton's Harbor. 

La Poile. 

Englee. 

Heart's Content. 

Brit. Cove; Elliott's Cove; 

T.P.O. in summer. 
Barin. 

Twillingate. 
Whitbourne, 
Burgeo. 
Qriguet. 
Channel. 
Englee. 

Valen Id, Plac. Bay T.PO. 
Bonaventure; Trinity 
Bay T.P.O. in summer. 





Post Office Department. 




139 


size.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



White Rock 
White Rock 
Wicklow 
Wigwam Point 
Wild Bight 
Wild Bight 
Wild Bight 



1 Bonavista ... 
Trinity 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 



Wild Cove 

Wild Cove 

Wild Ce, three on Fogo,Fogo 

Wild Cove ... St. Barbe 



Wild Cove 
Wilton Grove 
Wing Island 
Winter Grove 
Winter House Brook... 
Winter House Cove, 

N. W. Arm, 
Wiseman's Cove 
* Witless Bay 
Witless Bay 
Wolf Bay, Bay de Loup 
Wolf Cove, now 

Spriugdale, 
Woodford Cove 
Woodford Station 
Wood's Island 
Woody Island 
Woody Island Bight... 
Woody Point 
Wreck Cove 



Trinity 
Bonavista 
St. Barbe 



^Twillingate 

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

JTwillingate 

Twillingate 
Harbor Main 
St. George ... 
Placentia & St. 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe ... 
Fortune 



Poile 



Mary 



Brooklyn; T. P.O. in sum. 

Shoal Harbor. 

Holy rood. 

Botwoodville. 

Little Bay. 

Nipper's Harbor. 

Leading Tickles, Point 
Leamington. 

Twillingate. 
.. Moreton's Harbor. 

Fogo. 

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

Bonne Bay. 

Clarenville. 
..iGreenspond. 
..I Flower's Cove. 
..Bonne Bay. 
/ King's Point in winter; 
\ N.D. Bay T.P.O. in .'^um. 
..Coachman's Cove. 
..j Witless Bay. 

New Harbor. 

Burgeo. 

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

Little Bay. 

C. B. Railway T.P.O. 

Bay of Islands. 

Placentia Bay T.P.O. 

Exploits. 

Bonne Bay. 

Harbor Briton. 



Wreck Island 
Yellow Fox Cove, 


N.B. 


Burgeo and La Poile... 
Twillingate 


Burgeo. 

Fortune Harbor; 
T.P.O. in summer. 


Yellow Fox Cove 
*York Harbor 
Young Head 




Bonavista ... 
St. George ... 
Twillingate 


Wesleyville. 
Bay of Islands. 
Nipper's Harbor. 


Zeabt 


... 


St. Barbe ... 


Conche. 



140 



Post Office Department. 



Umbrellas Re-covered and Repaired. 



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

Post Offices marlied (*) are in the Straits of Belle Isle. 



Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Aaron Island 
Adnavick 
American Cove ... 
American Creek 
American Harbor 
American Tickle 
*Ante]o)>e 
Antelope Tickle 
*A»sizes Harbor 
Back Cove 
Bake A[)ple Bight 
*Barpe Bay 
*Barac}i()it) 
Batteau 

♦Battle Harbor ... 
Bird Islands 
Bird Rocks 
^<- Black Bay 
Black Cove 
Black Bear Bay... 
Blackguard's Cove 
Black Island ... 
Black Tickle ... 
*Blanc Sablon ... 
*Bel.s Ainoiif 
Big Brook 
Bolster'.s Rock ... 
*Eonne Esperance 
Bloomfield 
Bluff Head 
*Bradore 
Breen's Tickle ... 
Brig Harbor 
Brigus 

*Cape Charles ... 
Cape Greep (Qrepp) 
Cape Harrigau ... 
Cape Harrison ... 
Cape North 
Cape Porcupine... 
*Camp Island ,,, 



Spear Harbor. 

Adnavick. 

Grady. 

Grady. 

Comfort Bight. 

Seal Islands. 

Henley Harbor. 

Indian Tickle. 

Battle Haibor. 

Dead Island. 

Smokey Tickle. 

Red Bay. 

Blanc Sablon. 

Batteaux. 

Battle Harbor. 

Venison Island. 
Do. 

Red Bay. 

Tub Harbor. 

Punch Bowl. 

Long Island. 
^ Black Inland. 

Black Tickle. 

Blanc Sablon. 
^ Salmon River. 
j Holton. 
: Bolster's Rock. 

Bonne Esperance. 

Mannock'.'* Island. 

Indian Harbor. 

Bradore. 

Indian Tickle. 
.i Brig Haibor. 

Punch Bowl. 

Cape Charles. 

Indian Tickle. 

Fanny's Harbor. 

Cape Harrison. 

Grady. 

Pack's Harbor. 

Chimney Tickle, 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



*Capson Islanil 
Cartwright 
Caribou 
•^Carroll's Cove 
Crtsey's Cove 
*Chatteau 
*Chimney Tickle 
*Chiviliere River 
Comfort Bight ... 
Cooper's Lslands.. 
Cox'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'»i Harbor 
Egg Harbor 
Emily Harbor ... 
Entry Island 
Fanny's Harbor 
Farmer's Cove 
Fishing Ship's Harbor 
Five Islands 
Ferrit Island 
Flat Island 
Flounder's Bight 
*Forteau 

*Forteau Lighthouse 
Fox Cove 
Fox Island 
*Fox Harhov 



L'Anse au Loup. 

Cartwright. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 

Red Bay. 

Indian Tickle. 

Chateau. 

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. 

Davis Inlet. 

Dead Island ; also Dee]) Water 

Creek, Battle Harbor. 
Dead Island ; also Deep Water 

Creek, Battle Harbor. 
Spear Harbor. 
Domino. 

Do. 
Smokey Tickle. 
East St. Modest. 
Indian Harbor. 

Do. 
Emilv Harbor. 

bo. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Griffin's Harbor. 
Fishing Ship's Harbor. 
Emily Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Flat Islands. 
Turnavick. 
Forteau. 

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



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Department. 


Wear a ^Tween Hat and Smile !— 


Name of Place. 


Port of Call. 



Francis Harbor Bight 
French Cove 
Frenchman's Island 
George's Cove 

Do. 
Qeorge'-s Island 
George's River 
George's Run 
(iraily 
*Grassoy 
Greenly Island 
*Green Island 
Green ('ove 
Qriliin'.s Harbor 
*Gulch Cove 
Hacket'.s Harbor 
Hair Haibor 
Hair Island 
Hamilton Inlet 
Hare Tickle 
Hawk's Harbor 
Hill's Cove 
Hill's Harbor 
Hill's Harbor 
Hebron 

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

Independent 
Indian Bight 
Indian Harbor 
Indian Islands, G. W. Bay 
Indian Tickle 
*l8le au Boise 
Ironbound Islan 
Jigger Tickle 
King's Bay 
Kipicock 
Lady's Arm 
*L'anse au Morts 
*L'anse au Diable (Jibble) 
*L'anse aq Clair 



Fiancis Harbor. 
Scram mv. 
Seal Islands. 

Do. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
George's Island. 
Rigolet. 
Batteaux. 
Grady. 
Blanc Sablon. 

Do. 

Do. 
Tub Harbor 
Griffin's Harbor. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Grady. 
Long Island. 
Winilsor's Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Adnavick. 
Hawk's Harbor. 
Bolster's Rock. 
Seal Islands. 
Grady. 
Nain. 

Henley Haibor. 
Comfort Bight. 
Holton. 
Hopedale. 
Horse Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Hack. 

Pack's Harbor. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Indian Harboi-. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Indian Tickk. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Iron Bound Island. 
Jigger Tickle. 
Sloop Cove. 
Hack. 

Snug Harbor. 
L'Anse au Loup. 

Do. 
Blanc Sablon, 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



*L'anse au Cottar 

Lanse au Loup ... 

Lance Cove 

♦Lewis Bay 

Lester's Point ... 

Little Harbor 

Little Harbor, 0. W. Bay 

Little Fisheries ... 

Little Helton ... 

Long Island 

*Long Point 

Lord's Arm 

Macovick 

Mannock's Island 

Mark's Harbor ... 

♦Mathias Cove ... 

Mecklenburgh ... 

Merchantman's Harbor ., 

*Middle Bay ... 

Moequito 

Morgan Harbor ... 

Mousy 

MuUins's Cove ... 

Do 

Musgrare Harbor 
Murray's Harbor 
♦Mutton Bay 
Nain 

♦Natashquan 
Nevi^ Harbor 
Negro's Sound ... 
Northwest River 
Nowlan's tlarbor 
Occasional Harbor 
October Harbor... 
Okack 
Open Bay 
Orleans Harbor ... 
Pack's Harbor ... 
Payne's Cove 
Pigeon Islands ... 
♦Pigeon Island ... 
♦Piednoir — Pinware 
Pin ware 

Petty Harbor ... 
Piper's Tickle ... 



Blanc Sablon. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Battle Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Spear Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Salmon River. 
Little Hoi ton. 
Long Island. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Long Tickle. 
Muscovik. 

Do. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Battle Harbor. 
Spear Harbor. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Salmon River. 
Spear Harbor. 
Little Harbor. 
Long Tickle. 
Emily Harbor. 
Grady. 
Do. 
Spear Harbor. 
Bonne Esperance. 
Nain. 
Bonue Esperance. 

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



Punch Bowl. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 

Do. 
Bonne Esperance. 

Do. 
West St. Modeste 
Spear Harbor. 
Bolster's Rock. 



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If It's a 'Tween, It's a Fit !- 


Name of Place. 


Port of Call. 



Partridge P)ay .. 
Paitridge Haibor 
♦Pleasure Harbor 
*Point aux Morts 
Port Charlotte ... 
*Ponimeroy'B Islaiul 
Pennyhook's Cove 
Punch Bowl 
*(.^uare Island . 
Ragged Islands . 
Railway Islands. 
Rainmah 
Rattler's Bight . 
*Red Bay 
Red Island 
Red Point 
Red Point Cove. 
Rigolet 

Roger's Harbor . 
Round Island . 
Rover's Island . 
Run by Guess . 
Salmon Bight . 
Salmon Point . 
*SaInion River . 
San'iy Cove 
Sandy Hook 
Sandy Hill Tickles 
Sandy Islands .. 
Salt Pond 
Salt Pond 
Seal Bight 
Sandwich Bay .. 
*Schooner Cove.. 
*Schooner Cove.. 
Scrammj' 
Seal lelands 
Seine Islands 
Selby's Cove .. 
Shoal Bay Islands 
Shoal Tickle 

Do. 
Ship Harbor 
Ship Run 
Sloop Cove 

Do, 



Scram my. 
Spear Haibor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Seal Islands. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Punch Bowl. 
Indian Harbor. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Ragged Island. 
Punch Bowl. 
Nain. 
Do. 
Red Bay. 
Indian Tickle. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Red Point. 
Rigolet. 
Long Tickle. 
Long Island. 
Indian Tickle. 
Indian Haibor. 
Black Tickle. 
Indian Tickle. 
Salmon River. 
Franci* Harbor Bight. 

Do. 
Indian Tickle. 
Sandy Island. 
Little Harbor. 
Comfort Bight. 
Murray Harbor. 
Cartwright. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Dead Island. 
Scram my. 
Seal Islands. 

Do. 
Puneh Bowl. 

Do. 
Seal Is)ands. 
Malta. 

Spear Harbor. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Sloop Cove. 
Fishing Ships' Cove. 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Gall. 



Sloop Harbor .,. 

Do. 
Soddy Island 
Sopliia's Harbor... 
South East Cove 
Snack Cove 
Snug Harbor 
Sniokey Tickle . 
Spear Harbor ... 
Spotted Islands ... 
Splitting Knife ... 
Square Islands ... 
Squasho Run 
Styles 
Stag Tickle 
Strawberry 
*Teinple Bay ... 
Tinker Harbor ... 
Thomas Bay 
Tickle 
Tramore 
*Trap Cove 
Transport Island 
Triangle 
Toncliialick 
Tub Harbor 
Tub Island 
Turnavick 
Venison Islands... 
Venison Tickle ... 
*West St. Modest 
Webbei's Cove ... 
White Bears 
White Islands ... 
\^ hite Point Bay 
Wild Bight 
Wilcock's Arm ... 
Williams' Harbor 
Winter Cove 
M'olf Islands 
Zoar 



Punch Bowl. 
Emily Harbor. 
Scrammy. 
Murray's Harbor. 
Long Island. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Snug Harbor. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Spear Harbor. 
Spotted Islands. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Square Islands. 
Venison Islands. 
Hawke's Harbor. 
Holton. 
Hack. 

Henley Harbor. 
Holton. 

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

Da. 
West St Modest. 
Punch Bowl. 
White Bears. 
Domino. 
Sloop Cove. 
Venison Island. 
Batteaux. 

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



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Acquire the Habit of Purciiasing 



POSTAL TELEGRAPHS. 



List of Officers. 

St. John's — Swpenn<enrfe?i(— David Stutt. 

" Clerk in Charge — George J. Veitch. 

" Inspector — John W. Mitchell. 

" Check Cier/c— Hedley V. GailaiiH. 

" Asdstant Checkers — Alexander Rooney, Sidwell Willey, 

Herbert Janes. 
" Chief Operators — John Curtis, John T. Meaney. 

" Uperators~J. D. O'Dounell, F. Manuel, Harold Russell, 

Wm. P. Hiseock, Alan M. Fraser, W. W. Blatka.Ur, 

Kenneth Mitchell, Alex. Mitchell, George White, 

Mary J. Farrell, Daisy Myrick. 

" Clerks—Qeovge Lindsay, Wm. Mitchell, Alfred Rees, 

Chesley Coultas. 

" Office Tenders — John Maddick, Jas. Escott, Walter Garl. 

" Typeuriter — Charles Phip])anl. 

" Messengers- J. Williams, Harry Willar, William Morri?, 

John Muljius, Wm. Perchard, Richard Brazil, Wni. 

Mai tin, Daniel Ferguson, John J. Jackman, Walter 

Kirkland, Charle.s Lewis, Kenneth Shaw, W. E. 

Campbell. 

" Linemen — \\\W\nm Tobin, John Doyle. 



Office. Operator. 

Alexander Bay Eva Abbott 

Anderson's Cove George Courage 

Avondale Bertha Moore 

Badger Muriel Cunningham 

Baie Veite Jessie Jackman 

Baine Harbor Winnie Smith 

Bay-de-Verde. ..Mrs. Andrew Moore 

Bay L'Argent V, E. Banfield 

Bay Roberts R. V. Meicer 

Beaverton E. S. Hennebury 

Bell Island Richard D. Walsh 

Balleoram Ida Cluelt 

Birchy Cove (Curling) ...Alex. Read 

Assistant Lena Read 

Bishop Falls Madeline Duff 

Assi.'iaiit Thi'iesa White 

Blackhead Agnes Hillvard 

Bonavista N. T. White 

Bonne Bay Clinrles Read 

Botwood Gladys Cunningham 



Office. Operator. 

Branch Kate English 

Brigus Aggie Bartlett 

Biigus Junction... Joseph Small 

Britannia Cove .. Gertrude Targett 
Biookfield (Telephone). ..S. S. Smith 

Brooklyn E. Rowsell 

Burin Christina FIvnn 

Oampbellton Eilie Clarke 

Cape Race Hannah J. Myiick 

Cape Ray Marconi Staff 

Carbonear James A. Gntt 

Assist, or Messenger... Jas. Taylor 

Catalina Fanny Coui^ge 

Change Islands Harvey Tavlor 

Channel Julia A. Currie 

Clarenville Cecilia B. Jaynes 

Assistant Louit-a Rogers 

Clarke's Beach M. C, Jerrett 

Coachman's Cove Elsie Adam> 

Codroy Rachel Fowlow 



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Offi.ce. Operator. 

Ooine-By-Chance...Thos. J. Murphy 
Conception Harbor ... Annie Mnoie 

Cow Head Hettie RoUeits 

Ciahbs Fames Pike 

Daniel's Harbor 

Deer Lake Paul Mnore 

EUiston Emily Baker 

Exploits Albert F.eeman 

Knf^lish Har. West ... Be.ssie Pine j 

Epworth H. Ray Wiutei' 

Fogo Fanny Miles; 

Fortune Amelia Bennett 

Fortune Harbor Edith Miller 

Fox Harbor Nellie Healey ^ 

Gaff Topsails Roland Buisey 

Gambo Eleanor Gillis 

(Jander Bay Ethel Irish 

(jarnish Esther L. Grandy 

Glenw()od William Howe 

(irand B;ink Mabel Forsey 

Grand Falls Robert F. Newhook 

A.'isistant Richard Beniring 

Grand Lake Charles W. Tiiley 

Green's Harbor M. G. Mitcbaiii ; 

Greenspond Agnes Lang 

Hant's Harbor Maud Pelley I 

Harbor- Bieton William Soilero 

Harbor Grace Arthur W. Heath 

Harbor' Main Bridget Ezekiel 

Hawk's Bay Walter Garland 

Heart's Content ... Florence Wilcox 

Heart's Delight Ueorye Hobbs ; 

Hermitage Max May 

Herring Neck Malcolm Simnis ^ 

Holyrood John B. Veitch ; 

Holy rood, St 
Mary's Ba 

Horwoods Violet Baker 

Humber mouth... Blanche McDonald 

.loe Batt's Arm Phoebe Coffin 

King's Cove L. Devine 

King's Point .. Harry G. Colbourne 

Lainaline L. B. Stacey 

Lark Harbor W. A. Gabriel 

La Scie Jet-sie Miles 

Lawn Theresa Murphy 

Lewisp ir te Maggie Black more 

Little Bay Cassie Stewart 



•:t 



James C. Gibbons 



Office. Operator. 

Little River' John Doyle 

Long Harbor' Beach ..Harold Burke 
Lower- Ls. Cove ..Mary .1. Snelgrove 

Manuels '... .. M. Daley 

Marysto wn Cecelia Baker 

Millerton Junction .. . A. J. Ki by 
Moreton's Harlior .. Violet E. Mills 
Musgrave Har-lior' Amnlia Widloii 

Mu.-gia\ e Tov\ ri i\ex Old ford 

New Harbor Louie Newhook 

New Mclliorirne Ei-iiest Driscoll 

New Per'lican Frances Beniister 

Newtown Kachel Davis 

Nipper's Harbor' ...Herbert Balstorie 

Norris' Arm Charles Pittmau 

Norris' Point Halfyard 

Northern Bav ... Mrs. James March 

Northern Bight Walter Frost 

North West Arrrr Julia H(ju»e 

Old Perlican Blanche March 

Pilley's Maud Pearl Bowdeu 

Placentia Ida Hartigan 

Point Leamington ...Harry C. Wells 

Pool's Cove Rlioda Payne 

Poit-au-Port Essie Hynes 

Port-au- Basques — 

Fir.'-^t Or)erator M. P. Smart 

Assist. Operator ... Rich. Mu'phy 

Assist. Operator John A. Cox 

Night Operator. ..George D. Mayne 
Messenger Clernenl Cart-w 

Harbor Master and"! „,., .r,- , 
iir .. V. y Wilson Vardy 

Watchman, ) ■' 

Port Blandfoni B. M. Anthony 

Port-de Grave ... Thomas McCarthy 

Portugal Cove 

Port Saunders 

Rencontre ... Minnie F. X. Hartigan 

R'head, St. Mary's. ..Maggie Corcoran 

Robert's Arrrr .'. K. W. KniL'ht 

Robinson's Head ... James K. Cniier 

St Bride's Kate Conway 

St. George's Maud M.iris 

St. Jacque's P. J. Mc^ivoy 

St. Joseph's P. J. (^.iniack 

St. Lawrence t'ecilia Fewer 

Salmonier Miss Care w 

St. Mary's H^nora Gibbons 



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'Tween Hats are made in Half Sizes 



Office. Oijerator. 

Salvage Llewellyn SaunJers 

Sandy Point Mary Barter 

Seal Cove, W. Bay.. .Agnes Jackman 
Searston Donetella ( )'(^uinn 



Office. Operator. 

Terenceville Katie O'DriscuU 

Three Arms Michael Burke 

Tilt Cove W. Cunningham 

Tilting Isabella Buike 



Seldom-Come-By F. E. Newell j Topsail Florence Miller 

Scilly Cove Allison Kelland Trepassey May Curtis 

Ship Cove Amelia Fowlow | Trinity E. Louie Gardner 

Sound Island S. A. Brazill i Twillingate Sarah J. Patten 

Southern B. B Louis House I Upper Island Cove ... Walter '"^raiie 

Spaniard's Bay N. H. Gosse I Valley Field Elsie Sainebury 

Springdale M. B. Huxter j Wesley ville E. Sainsbury 

Stephenville Adeline White Western Bay Ewen Kennedy 

Stephenville Crossing. ..A. D. Butler i Western Cove H. L. Pearce 

Stone's Cove Fred. Uinliani ' Whitbourne Maggie Cook 

Tariff between the foregoing offices : — 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 I'oit-aux-Basqnes, 
Nfld., and Canso, N. S, c(mnects at the latter place with the CemiueiciHl 
Cable Company, which has five cables in operation acros.s the Atlantic. 

Other connections are : — The Commercial Cable Company ; The 
British Postal Telegraphs ; The Commercial Pacific Cable Company ; The 
German Atlantic Cable Company ; The Halifax and Beimuda Cable Coni- 
[)any ; The Direct West India Cable Company; The Postal Tclegrapli 
Cable Compauv (uf America) ; The C. P. R. Telegraphs ; The Marconi 
Wireless Telegraph System. 

New Cable to South America. 
\ ia Commercial, Azores, St. Vincent 

To ensure messages being sent by this short route, they must be 
handed to Postal Telegraph Offices. 

New All-Submarine Cable to Havana. 

The Commercial Cable Company has opened an All-Submariue Cable 
Route from New York direct to Havana. Cablegrams for Cuba ami other 
West India Islands, should be filed with the Nfld. Postal Telegraphs. 

Night Lettergrams, 

Night Lettergrams are Messages not exceeding fifty words that m»\ 
be transmitted during the night while the offices are closed for regular 
business, and are sent at the same rate as ten words in the daytime. 

Night Lettergrams are accepted at St. John's Offices for Canada and 
United States and by the Commercial Cable Company or any of the New- 
foundland Cable connections in the LTnited States and Canada for all 
Postal Telegraph Offices in Newfoundland. They must be written in plain 
English, Code or Cipher words not being permitted, 



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<ZEDucational SDepartment. 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION. 

For Church of En f/huul Schools— \\. W. Blackall, B.A. 

Assistrinf — S. C. Thompson, A. A. 
For Roman Catholic Schools (Island, excliidhig Diocese of harbor 
Grace)— Y indent P. Burke, A. A. 

For Roman Catholic Schools, Diocese of Harbor Grace — T. Hanrahan. 
For Methodist Schools— Rev. I.. Curtis, M.A., D.D. 

Assistant — E. Lodge, A. A. 
For Salvation Army Schools— Rav. Canon Pilot, D.D. 

Inspector of Presbyterian Schools — ■ 

Inspector of Congregational Schools — Rev. J. Thackeray. 

COUNCIL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION. 

President— Rev. Caaou Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., I.S.O. 

Vice-Presidents— Rev . Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D., Methodist Superin- 
tendent of Edmution ; Rev. A. P. Kennedy. 

Secretary and Registrar — Andrew Wilson. 

W. W. Blackall, B.A., Church of England Snpcrintendent of Educa- 
tioii. 

Vincent P. Burke, A.A., Roman Catholic Siiiicrintendent of Educa- 
tion, Diocese of St. John^s. 

Thomas Hanrahan, Roman Catholic Superintendent of Education, 
Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

Ezra Lodge, A. A., Assistant Superintendent of Methodist Schools. 

S. A. Thompson, A. A., Assistant Superintendent C. of E. Schools. 

R. R. Wood, M.A., Headmaster of Bishop Feild College. 

Key. P. J. Cnlhane, Headmaster Roman Catholic College. 

S. T. Harrington, M.A., Headmaster Methodist College. 

.John (larriock, M A., A.C.P., headmaster Presbyterian College. 
Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. Rev. George R. Godden, M.A. 

" H.P.Cowperthwaite,M,A.,D.D. Alex. Harvey. 
" M. Fenvifick. John W. Withers. 

Rt. Rev. Monsignor Veitch. Hon. H. J. B. Woods. 

" Monsignor Roche. W. F. Lloyd, D.C.L. 

Very Rev. .John Roe. Hon. J. M. Kent, B.A., K.C. 

Rev. T. A. Prendergast. A. W. Bray, Bs. C. 

The Superin':endents and Assistant Superintendents of Education, 
and Headmasters of Colleges, are members e.v officio. 



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INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND 
IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Church of England College. 

Visitor : 
His Excellency the Gnveinoi'. 
Directora : 
Tlie Right Rev. tlie T.iiid Bishop of Newfoundlanil, CViui/ //coi cj q/i'lt'io. 
Sir .Ihs. S. VVinif-r, K X'.. K.O.M (4. Hon. M. G. VVintt-r, 
Ri'v (!;inc)n hnnfielil, Vice Chairman (J. S. Pinsent, Hon. Sfc 
" (UiM)ii White. Hon. R. Wat8on, 

" <l H. Bolt, M.A. " W. C. Job, 

" H. Uphill. W. '=1. Monroe, 

.1 W. Withers. F. W. HavwaH, 

J. Outei bridge. W. F. Llovd. Ll.B., D.C.L. 

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

Hon. K. R. Bnwfing, Hon. Tn-nx V>. M. Browning; K.C. 

" (Jeorge Ktiow lint;, H. W. Le Me'smier, 

Staff : 
Roys' Department. 

Bishop Feild '"oli,ege. 

Headmaster — R. R Worn], B.A. (CVini bridge.) 

Assista7it Masters — A. E. Beinard (London), A. A. (Piizeman.) 

G. House, A. A. 

C. E A. JefFery (London) A. A. 

A. ftlcBain, M.A. (Aberdeen.) 

J. J. Samson, A. A. 

Reginald Rowsell, A. A. 
Preparatory Department — Mins Pinsent, C.T. 

Miss Steed, A A. 
Music and Draiving—H. W. Stirling, L L.C.M. 
Typewriting — E. Pinsent. 

Girls' Department. 

Bishop Spencer College. 

Principal — Mif^f Stirling. 
Vice- Principal — Miss Brownlie. R A. 

Assistants — Miss M. Worrall, A. A.; Miss Harvey ; Miss E. Collins, 
AA.; Miss E. Edgar, A. A.; Miss Hele. 

Primary Department — Miss Hatchings. 
Needlework — Miss Bremner. 
Drawing — Mr. F. G. Lowther. 
Afimc^-Mr. H- W. Stirling, 



Educational — Glmrcli, of England Institutions. l5l 

Favourites.— AYRE Sl SONS, Ltd. 



Board of Examiners for Granting Certificates of Qualification 

to Teachers. 

W. W. Blackall, ^.A..,Buj)erintendent. 
Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 
Rev. Canon Noel, R.D. 
S. (J. Thompson, A. A. 
Rev. Caiioa Diinfield. 

Colonial and Continental Church Society, Incorporated 1852- 

Patron — His Most Gracious Majesty tlie King. 

/Tlis Grace the ArchVjjshop of Caiiterbury ; 
T'- n I His Grace tlie Archbishoi) of York ; 

His (jtace tlie Archbishop or Armagh ; and nearly 

V the Bishops of the Church of England. 

Corresponding Committee in Newfoundland, 
(Incorporated.) 

President — The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland. 
Vice-President 



Secretary-Treasurer — Rev. F. H. Boll, M.A. 

Rev. Caii.in Pilot, D.D. Sir J. K. Winter, K.C., K.C.M.Q. 

Hon. Sir \V. H. Horwood, Hon. Dr. Skelton, 

Rev. Canon Smith, J. A. Clift, K.C. 

Rev. Canon White, Alex. J. Harvey, 

S. C. Thompson (Inspector ) Hon. G. Knowling. 

Central Training School. 
Principal of Boys' School — Augustus E. Coffin. 
Principal of Girls' School — Miss Short. 

Each assisted with a staff of Pupil Teachers. 

Matron of Pupil Teachers' Home- -Miss Clara Le Messurier. 
Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's — The Lord Bishop of Newloundland, Chairman; Rev. 
Canon Dunfield. Rev. W. C. White, Rev. H. Uphill, Rev. J. Brinton, Rev. 
G. R. Godden, M.A., J. Oaterbridge, J. W. Withers, Hon. Dr Skelton, 
Hon. E. R. Bowling, Hon. W. C. Job, P. F. LeMessurier, D. M. Browning, 
M.A., K.C , Eli Uawe. 

2. I'occH Cove — Rev. T. G. Netten, Chairman; Jesse Grouchy, 
Nathan Williams, Charles Codner, Thomas Eustace, Wm. Moulton. 

3. Petty Harbor — Rev. J. Kuw'M, Chairman ; Alan Chafe, Henrv 
Winsor, Alan Williams, H. W. ''hafe. 

4. Portugal Cove — Rev. Canon Smith, Chah-man ; S. Tucker, A 
Squiies, E. Somt-iton, Nathan Miller. 



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House and Shop Blinds made to order. 



5. Bell Island— Rev. W. C. Booth, Chairman ; William Bennett, 
George Parsons, sr., Charles Foote, William Rees, sr. 

6. Topsail — Rev. Canon Temple, Chainnan ; B. Jaynes, Ed. Smith, 
Eli Hiscock, J. K. Bursell, Henry Fagan, Reuben Butler, Geo. Kelley. 

7. Fo.XTRAX' — Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell, Chairumn ; P. Greenslade, Job 
Coates, W. H. Morgan, J. H. Lear, J. LeDrew. 

8. Brigus — Rev. G. H. Field, Chairman; S. E. Chafe, Geo. Butlands, 
John Bishop, Capt. Moses Bartlett, Wm. Curnew, Samuel Morgan. 

9. Salmon Cove— Rev. S. Clench, Chairman; Wm. Hussey, W. J. 
Morgan, C. Morgan, Jos. Coveyduck. 

10. Port-de-Grave— Rev. F. Severn, Chairman; C. H.Morgan, S. 
Dawe (Z), S. Christopher, Wm. Richards, Nathan Newell. 

11. Colev's PorxT--Rev. Edgar Jones, Chairman; W. H. Greenland, 
Samuel Bradbuiy (Stephen), John Kelley, Wni. Parsons (Jonathan), R. S. 
Mercer, Wm. French (of Beiij.) 

12. Bay Roberts— Rev. Edgar Jones, Chairman ; Dr. L. S. Pritchard, 
George Jardine, Wm. Parsons, Robert Saunder.s, R. Dawe, Wm. Mercer, 
(Wm.), Bethlehem Meicer, Rev. G. H. Hewitt. 

13. Spaniard's Bay— Rev. Joseph Adams, Chairman; B. Scjuires, 
.lease Gosse, Solomon Gosse, Abraliam Slieppard, Joseph Neil, William 
Smith, William Grealey, Robert Gosse. 

14. Upper Island Cove— Rev. E. Rusted, Chairman; N. Crane, E. 
Peddle, H. Yutman, J. T. Jones. 

15. Harbor Grace — Rev. Canon Noel, Chairman; John C. Ash, 
Thomas Courage. George Badcock, Wm. Titford, Thos. Ross, Levi Chafe, 
W. Ward, T. G. Ford. 

16. Harbor Grace South— Rev. C. Stickings, Chairman ; S. Noel. 
J. Sheppard, J. Yetman. Selby Noel. 

17. Carbonear— Rev. F. Colley, 6'/iairma?i ; W. Hawker, Edward 
Chipnian, Geo. Moultou, Charles Frampton, Moses Earle, Leander Pike. 

18. Bay-de-Verde — Rev. J. O. Britnell, Chairman; Thomas Cull, J. 
W. Meadus, John Keats, JohnEmberly, Stephen Blundon, James Barter. 

19. Heart's Content— Rev. F. Smart, Chairman; Dr. Anderson, 
Adam Martin, Geo. Charlton, George Young, Edmund Harnum, Robert 
Hiscock (of Jacob), Willis Pittman, Geo. Mallani. 

20. New Harbor— Rev. James White, Chairman; Wm. Hefford, A. 
George, F. Woodman, Robert Pretty (of Samuel), Martin George, Enoch 
Reid, Leander Drover. 

21. Norman's Cove— Rev. James White, Chairman; William Day 
Robert Smith, Thomas Smith, William White, Charles Warren. ' 

22. Random — Rev. Joseph Prescott., C/iai?-)/!a?i ; John Luther John 
Clarke, Herbert J. Batston, Wm. Peddle, Ed. Benson, George Vev'. 

23. Smith's Sound — Rev. L. Wright, Chairman ; Alfred Stone Wm. 
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24. Trinity (Proper)— Rev. C. W. Hollands, Chairman; Noah 
Gardner, Noah Miller, Jacob Dewling, Wm. G. Hodder, John Green, E. T. 
Qringer, 0. T. Morris, S. Hussey. 

25. Trinity Bat North — Rev. A. B. Stirling, Chairman; George 
Fowlow, James Butler, Dr. C. T. Fitzgerald, R. Nurse, Alex. Penney, Isaac 
John Randell, James Freeman. 

26. Catalina — Rev. G. S. Chamberlain, Chairman ; L. Miles, Wm. 
White, John Raymond, Geo. Gullage, E. G. Stone. 

27. Bonavista Bay South — Rev. A. G. Bayly, B. A., Chairman ; 
William Sweetland, John Lawrence, John S. Rowsell, S. Mifflen, Walter 
Brown (Amherst Cove), Wm. Miles, D. Fifield. 

28. Bonavista Bay West — Rev. S. A. Dawson, Chairman; Samuel 
Brown, Fred. Shears, Edward Penney. 

29. Brooklyn — Rev. E. Nichols, Chairman; Levi Prince, Albert 
Stares, Wni. Greening, Abraham Penney (Canning's Cove), Jos. Yetman, 
(Jamestown), Wm. Fry (Indian Arm.) 

30. Salvage Bay — Henry J. Oldford, Acting Chairman; William 
Hiecock (Flat Islands), Stephen Oldford (Squid Tickle), Ken. Brown, J. 
Babstock, Wm. Turner, Lewis Squires, Rev. LI. Godden. 

31. Grkenspond — Rev. Reg. Penny, C'/icitV«!n?i ; E. Young, Joseph 
Matthews, Job Collins, I. J. Mifflin, J. P., W. Granter, P. Carter, Eli 
Rogers. 

32. Pinchard's Island — Rev. J. T. Hiscock, Chairman; Jas. Par^ 
sons (Newtown), Charles Hounsell (Pound Cove), Joseph Knee (Badger's 
Quay, Samuel R. Winsor. 

33. FoGO — Rev. A. E. Butler, Chairman ; H. Layman, Geo. Elliott, 
James Jones, Samuel Harnett, W. Eaile, Robt. Irish, W. Furze, Samuel 
Harnett, R. Fimes, Robert Hynes. 

34. Joe Batt's Arm and Barr'd Island— Rev. A. E. Butler, Chair- 
man ; Arthur Coffin, George Foster, Joseph Cull, Ambrose Coffin, John 
Coffin, Joseph Cobb, Simon Brett, Abram Godwin. 

35. Change Islands — Rev. N. Facey, Chairman; F. C. Earle, Thus. 
ScaniJuel], sr., Aithur Scammell, Walter Torraville. Thomas Torraville, 
George Elliott. 

36. Gander Bay — Rev. N. Facey (Change Islands), Chairman ; Benj. 
Torraville, Frank Simms, John Payne, Charles Francis, Hezekiah Gilling- 
ham, George Reccord. 

37. Herring Neck — Rev. H. Kirby, Chairman; George Mercer, J. 
D. Lockyer, Benj. Torraville. 

38. TwiLLiNQATE— Rev. J. Brodie, C/vatrma)t; John W^hite, Leonard 
Earle, Theophilus Taylor, Hy. Spenctr, Wm. House, Arthur Ashbourne. 

39. BoTWOODViLLE — Rev. James Whittle (Grand Falls), Chairman ; 
Charles Pittman, Henry Burt, J. P., A. Burt, J. W. Aiken, J. Inder, Jas. 
Ludlow. 

40. Exploits — Awaiting reorganization. 

41. Pilley's Island— Awaiting reorganiiation. 

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42. Notre Uame Bay North— Rev. A. Pittman, Chairman ; John 
Toms, S. J. Blackler, A. J. Colboarne, Jos. Harding, Wm. White, Robert 
Coombs. 

43. PlacentiA Bay— Rev. A. Shorter, Chairman; W. H. Brown, Geo. 
Slade, Henry Barton, T. Wakfly, Tlioma> Collett, Thomas HoUett, John 
Rod way. 

44. BoRiN— Wn\. Prtv\l, Chairman ; Rev. A. TiUk, Frank LeFeuvrei 
Lawrence Cheesenian, Sam. Bennett, Geo. Bartlett, Sidney Hussey. 

45. Garnish — John R. Courage, CV((u?-»ia?i; Rev. A. Tulk, Charles 
Marsh, Thomas Moulton, Ricliard Grandy. 

46. Lamalink— Rev. H. K. Gilbert, Chairman; Henry Haskell, Hy. 
Bonnell, George S. Walters, A. Hillier, Cyrus C. Pittman. 

47. Fortune Bay— Rev. R. F. Mercer, C/iatcnidn ; J. Fiandre, W. 
Bungay, J. J. Rose, Thomas White, Henry Elliott, Jens Jensen, Thomas 
Jensen, Charles Way, S.M., Aaron Fiandre. 

48. Bem.eoram — Rev. A. Tulk, Chairman ; Levi McCuish, F. Curnew, 
Dr. Fitzgerald, Samuel Young, G. Coffin, G. T. Bond, Levi Barnes, Wni. 
J. Bantield. 

49. Hehmitaoe Cove— Rev. Canon Bi.-hup, Chairman; Robt. Durn- 
ford, E. Bulley, Wm. Camp, C. Hill, Mark Way, Stephen Spence. 

50. BDR(iEO — Joseph Small, J. P., Henry J. Clement, Jolin Cunning- 
ham, Pliilip Dicks, George Samways, Thomas Moulton, John Matthews, 

61. Rose Blanche — Rev. Rowland Hill, Chairman; W. Horwood, 
Job Ridout, John Garcin, G. A. Moulton, James Le Moine. 

52. Burnt Islands — Rev. Rowland Hill, Chairman ; James Chalk, 
James Meade, John King, Abram Keeping. 

53. Channell — Rev. H.J. Read, Chairman; P. T. Clement, J. Jeans, 
H. McKay, Emmanuel Pike, Dominic Le Fresne, C. T. James. 

54. CoDROY — Rev. W. Mosdell, C/iairma?!; F. Braithwaite, George 
Ball, George B. Collier, Wm. Fiandre. 

55. Sandy Point — Rev. Charles Jeffrey, Chairman ; Joseph Baufield, 
John Renouf, sr., William Morris, Walter LeRoux, A'fred Pieroway, Hy. 
McFatridge. 

56. The Barachoix — Rev. Charles Jeffrey, Chairman ; James A. 
Shears, John Morris, George M. Shears, Robert Shears, Clement Renoul, 
Thomas Legge. 

57. Bay of Islands — Rev. H. Petley, Chairman ; G. Wheeler, A. 
Brake, Moses Sheppard, J. A. LeGrandais, Jas. Thorne, Andrew Barrett, 
G. W. Arnott, Uhic Bagg. 

58. Bonne Bay — Rev. Isaac Parsons, Chairman; Brient Harding, 
Wm. Prebble, William White, Stephen Taylor, J. P. Haliburton, J. R. 
Roberts. 

59. Flower's Cove — Rev. J. T. Richards, Chairman ; S. Coombs, A. 
Gibbons, John Noseworthy, John Way, George Cains, Isaac Genge. 



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60. FoRTEAU— Rev. J. T. Ricbatds, C/mrmaM ; W. Oainaie.'^ii, Win. 
Flynn, Charles Davis, John Linstead, John Fowler, Arch. Uorey. 

61. Grigdet— Rev. W. K. Pitcher, Chairman; George Reid, Noah 
Siinms, Luke Elms, George Penney, Eben. Pynn, Samuel Kinsella. 

62. White Bay— Rev. C. Wood, Chairman; George Pearce, J. P., 
Hugh Gale, sr., Thos. Robinson, Andrew Rice, John Ford, Peter Rendell, 
John Elgar, Thomas Pittman. 

63. Battle HARiiOR— Rev. E. W. Gardner, Chairuinn ; F. Lewis, 
Wni. Stone, Wm. Pye, Barton Green, George Smith. 

64. Sandwich Bay — Rev. E. Gardner, Chairman ; E. Learning, Jos. 
Payne, Wm. Learning, George Biiil. 

65. Whituodrne — Rev. J. G. Cragg, Chairman ; E. Noseworthy, N 
Gosse, N. Osborne, F. Mercer. 

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Arch Diocese of St. John's. 



St. Bonaventdre's College. 
Board of Directors : 

Most Rev. M. F. Howley, D.D. J. G. Conroy, Esq., K.C., B.A. 

Rt. Rev. J. March, D.D." (Lou.), J. P. 

Very Rev. Dean Born, D.D. Thomas Edens, Esq. 

Hozl. Sir E. P. Morris, K.C., LL.D. James ?. Howley, Esq., F.G.S. 
" D. J. Greene, K.C., M.L.C. Hon. J. D. Ryan, M.L.C. 
f'rincijml—Jiev. Bro. Ctilhane. 

" Prendengast, 

Strapp, 
J. B. Ryan, 
Kelly, 
" Fennessey, 

O'Snllivan, 
White, 
" Perry, 

D. A. Flynn, Professor of Music. 
Chas. Hutton, Professor of Vocal Music. 
.W. Ryall, Violin. 

Board of Examiners : 

Rt. Rev. E. P. Roche, V. G. 
Rev. Bro. Culhane. 
Rev. Bio. Prendergast. 

T. Hanrahan, Superintendent Education, Harhor Grace. 
V. P. Burke, A. A., Supt. Educafion, Ishrnd, (excludimj Diocese of 
Harbor Grace). 



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St. Patrick's Schools, St. John's. 

Govmiittee of Management : 

Officers of the Benevolent Irish Society, ex officio. 

Clergymen, members of the Society. 

Thirteen members, elected annually. 

Chairman — T. Nash. 

Secreta)~y — W. S. Dunphy. 

Teachers — The Christian Brothers. 



Holt Cross Schools, Riverhead. 
Teachers — The Christian Brothers. 

Convent Schools, Diocese of St. John's. 

St. John's — I Torbay Taught by 5 Nuns 

Cath. S(juare, Taught by 14 Nuns Whittle's Bay 



Ri verhuad 
Military road ... 
Belvidere 
St. Vincent 
Littledale Acad.. 
W. B. School ... 

St. JjEwrence 



13 " ! Ferrvland " 4 

9 " I Rene'wse " 4 

5 " ' Treptssey " 5 

4 " ' St. Mary's " 4 

11 " I Placentia " 6 

4 " i Burin " 4 

Taught by 5 Nuns. 

Boards of Education. 



1. St. John's — Most Rev. Aichbishop Howley, Chairman ; Very Rev. 
Dean Born, Hon. Sir E. 1). Shea, Hon. John Harris, F. J. Morris, K.C., 
James M. Kent, B.A„ K.C., Hon. Jas. McLoughlan, E. M. Jackman. 

2. ToRBAY — Rev. M. J. Clarke, C/iaio/ifiH ; Samuel Gosse, Joseph 
Maher, William Shea, Joseph Brien. 

3. Portugal Cove — Rev. J. Ashley, C/(a?r/i/a»i ,■ Thomas Hanlon, 
Peter Neary, Michael White, Edward Giadney, Michael Stapleton. 

4. Bell Island — Rev. J. J. ;\IcGratli, Chairman : M. Dwyer, P- 
Murphy, 0. Kelly, P. Quigley. 

6. Topsail — Rev. James Coaily, Chairman; Thomas Dwyer, George 
Squires, John Flannery, Patrick Walsh, A. A. Chisholm, M.D. 

6. Petty Harbor — Rev. R. Tierney, Chairman; Thos. Stack, Maitui 
Heffernan, Michael Joyce, Samuel Raymond. 

7. Whittle's Bay — Rev. N. Roche, Chairman; Michael Burke, Aideu 
O'DritcoU. Joseph F. Williams, Wm. O'DriscoU. 

8. Tor's Cove — Rev. P. O'Brien, Chairman ; iohn Fitzgerald, Edwd. 
Fortune, Michael Melvin. 

9. Ferryland — Rev. L. Vfireker, C/iftm)i«H ,• E. Condon, A. White, 
M- Devereux, P. Power, 



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10. Eenews — Rev. J. Walsh, Ghaimian ; J. J. Edstrom, Jas. Fowler, 
John Johnson, Arthur O'Leary. 

11. Trepassey— Rev. H. Renouf, Chairman; James Murphy, J. P., 
M. Kennedy, D. Leary, M. Ryan 

12. St. Mary's- Rev. S. 0'Drii=coll, C/ifuV/zmn ; Edward Walsh, J. 
Power, D. Daley, M. Luudrigan, Win. Hogan, M.D., Peter St. Croix. 

13. St. Joseph's (Salmonier)— Rev. Wm. O'Flahertv, Chairman; 
Jdliu Daley, John Marey, John D. Daley, Tobias McQrath, P. J. Corniack, 
jr., A. Goff. 

14. St. Bride's — Rev. A. Fyme, Chair man ; A. Power, John Edward 
Conway, James Young, Anthony liUndrigan, George McGrath. 

15. Placentia— Right Rev. Monsgr. Reardon, Chairman ; Edward 
Sinnott, N. Cosgiove, Patrick Keele, Michael Collins, Jas. Collin*, Maurice 
Powei'. 

16. Argentia — Rev. John St. John, Chairm.an ; Alphonsus Keats, 
Andrew Hunt, John Houlihan. 

17. Placentia West— Rev. Wm. Doutney, Chair^aan ; Rev. Francis 
Cacciola, T. P. Sullivan, J. P., A. Keats. 

18. Burin — Rev. James McNamara, Chairman; M. T. Flynn, R. 
O'Brien, John O'Neil, John Walsh. 

19. St. Lawrence — Rev. A. J. Maher, Chairman ; Michael Vavasour, 
David Collins, James Fleming. 



Diocese St, George's. 

Convent Schools. 

St. Jacques — Taught by five Nuns. 
St. George's — Taught by four Nuns. 

Boards of Education. 

20. St. Jacques— Rev. J. M. Joy, Chairman; D. J. Burke, Thomas 
Burke, P. J. McEvov, H. Clinton. 

21. Harbor Breton— Rev. M. F. Po\>er, Chairman : John Smith, 
James Gorman, George v^^oUier, Geo. Penney, Hugh Coady, J. J. O'Connell, 

B A., M.D. 

22. CoDROY' — Rt. Rev. W. G. Browne, V. G., Ghairvian : Jas. Doyle, 
J. Downey, Thomas O'^uinn, Wm. McLellan, sr., John Doyle. 

23. St. GEORiiE's- Rev. A. Sears, Chairman; R. McDonnel, J. P., 
Alovsius O'Reilly, Peter Alexander, Kenneth White. 

24. Stephenvale — Rev. P. F. Adams, Chairman ; D. Alexandre, 
David Schump, Paul Gadon, Caliste White. 

25. Port-au-Port — Rev. George W. Hawkins, Chairman; Angus 
Mclsaac, Arch. S. Campbell, Henry Duffenais, James Joy, P. O'Quinn, A. 

Lainez. . ^ _, 

26. Bay of Islands — Rev. A. Sears, Chairman ; John Buckle, John 
Hacket, Maurice E. Boland, John Petipas, Daniel Gilker, T. Costelloe. 

27.'BoNXE Bay — Rev. M. O'Rourke, Chairman ; Ed. Marshall, Peter 
Jackman, James T. HoUahan, John M. Billiard. 



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Harbor Main ... Taught by 9 Nuni Conception Har.. T-uight by 5 Nuns 



Harbor Grace ... " 6 



Carbonear- 



Brigus Taught by 4 Nins. 

Boards of Education. 

28. HoLYROOn — Rev. , Ckairnmn : Ri-w .1. DuTun-lly, 

W. Kennedy, James CairoU, James (j>iii\ilaii, Joliii B. Veitch, E<l\vard 
Butler, Jolin Hicks. 

29. Haubor Main — Rev. Jubn Roe, P.P., Chainnan ; Tmi. Sullivan, 
E. Murray, . I. P, P. O'Brien, Patrick Flyun. 

30. Conception Harbor— Very Rev. Mons. Veitch, P.P., C}Min%an: 
P. Lari.^ttey, D. Qu.shue (Patrick), G. Whelan, sr., Thos. McGrath, sr. 

31. Brigus — Very Mons. E. F. Wal.'<h, V.G., Chairman; P=itiick 
Brophy, Patrick Delaney, Thomas Fowlow (of N.), Charles McHugh (of 
Charles), Thomas Delaney, \V?ii. Rurke (Wm.) 

32. North River — Rev. S. .(. Whelan, D.D., P.P., Chairman ; James 
Sewanl, Jr, Patrick Mori isst^y (Kichanl), John Dawson, Patiick Delaney 
(Patrick), Martiri Neville, Francis Kelly. 

33. IIarmor Grace and Carbonear — Rt. Rev. John March, D.D., 
Chnirvuu) : Rev. F. D. McCarthy, C.C, Rev. Wm. Finn, M. J. Jones, W. 
A. Strapp, M.D., Patrick Hogan, John Foley, James Ryan, James Walsh. 

34. Northern Bay — Rev. J. Lynch, l^. P., Chairman ; Rich. Hayden, 
Timolhy Doyle, Richard English, Wm. Sullivan, David Sullivan. 

35. Bay de-Verde— Rev. Joseph V. Donnelly, P.P., 'Vmirman ; las. 
Moore, John O'Neill, Thos. Hyde, Jeremiah Broderick, Thomas Moore, 
(of James). 

36. Trinity South — Rev. James Donnelly, Chairman; A.Turner, 
John Murphy, D. Blackmore. 

37. Grand Falls— Rev. Alex. P. Dvvyer, Chairman. 

38. Trinity Bay, North— Rev. Joseph Murphy, P.P., Chairman; 
John Murphy, Jeremiah Counell, Jojin White, Callahan Scanlan, Nicholas 
Ryan. 

39. Trinity Bay, West — Rev. W. M. Taiahan, P. P., Chairman : 
Wm. Flynn, C. Toulman, M. Lawlor, Wm. Power, Thomas Leonard, Wm. 
Connelly. 

40. Bonavista, South— Rev. John Scullv, P.P., Chairman: Dr G. C. 
Le Visconte, E. J. Ryan, Thomas Walsh, jr., L. Ducey, E. Neill, W. 
Barker, F. Hartery, R. Lawton, Thos. Murphy, Clias. Lane, Jno. Furbng. 

41. Bonavista, North — Rev. John G. Mackey, Ghairnmn : D. Turner, 
John Furlong, W. P. Ryan, D. Beresford, Thos. Turner. 

42. FottO— Rev. W. Finn, (Chairman ■ M. F. Fitzgerald, D. Fi.ley, W. 
J. Bryan. 

43. Fortune Harbor — Rev. J. Nolan, P. P , Chairman: Richard 
Carroll, J, Hamilton, Ed. Lyner, Michael Lannon, John (Jiilespie, 



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44. Little Bay — Rev. J.J.Nugent, Chairman; P. Bnike, Michael 
Boiizan, James Norris, John V/alker, Daniel Dennehy, Thomas Hearn, 
Wm. Foran. 

45. Coachman's Cove— Rev. James Walker, Chairman; J. Carroll, 
Wm. Fitzgerald, Jeremiah Ford. 

46. CoNCHE — Rt. Rev. John March, D.D., Chairman; Mich. Lawless. 

47. Labrador — Rt. Rev. John MarjL, U.D., Chairman. 

METHODIST EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN 
NEWFOUNDLAND 

Methodist College and Home. 

Principal — S. T. Harrington, M.A., Jesus College, Oxford. 

Vice- Principal — A. W. Bray, B. So. (Cambridge). 

Atstiistaiits, Upper School — Mi.s.s Hocken, M.A., (Sackville) ; C. T. C. 
Hall, Cheltenham College ; H.E.Goodman, Int. B. Sc, (London); Miss 
Ethel Dickinson, Matric. London ; S. P. Whiteway, Matric. London ; Miss 
E. Bradbury, Certificated Teacher. 

Model Scliool, Primary and Infant — Mi?s Fanny Badcock, Ceitificated 
Teacher ; Miss D. Pike, Certificated Teacher ; Miss Buckley, Truro Nor- 
mal School ; Miss Effie Horwood, Matric. Loudon ; Miss Mollie Dingle, 
Certificated Teacher. 

Music — F. J. King, A.R.A.M. ; Miss Pittman, Halifax Consei vatory 
of Music. 

Drawing and Painting — H. Berry, Bede College. 

Manual Training — H. Berry, London and City Guilds. 

Training of Pupil Teachers — H. E. Goodman, 

Shorthand and Typewriting — Miss Ethel Dickinson, Matric. London. 

Guardian and Chaplain — Rev. M. Fenwick. 
Board of Governors. 
Hon. J. S. Pitts, C.M.G., Ch. Ex'tive. Rev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, ji.a., dd. 



H. J. B. Woods, Secretary. 
•' John B. Ayre, Treasurer. 
Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D. 
" M. Fenwick, 
" James Piucock, 
" H. C. Hatcher, B.D. 



George Pavne, 

J. W. Baitlett, 

F. R. Matthews, B.A. 

J. K. Curti.s, B.A. 

W. H. Browning, 

W. H. Dotchon, 



William Swann, Hon. James Angel, 

James Nurse. John E. P. Peters, 

Thomas H. James. Alex. J. W. McNeily, K.C. 

Thomas W. Atkinson, Right Hon. Sir R. Bond, P.C. 
Jesse Heyfield, K.C.M.G., Ll.D. 

J. T. Newman, Hon. K. R. Bishop, 

C. Lench, Arthur Mews, 

J. B. Darby, B.A. A. J. Pennv, J.P. 

W. T. Dunn, S. R. March, 



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A. F. Shirran, Reuben Horwood, 

A. W. Mai tin. Sidney Wood?, 

George W. Quslu\e, Joseph Peters, 

Clifirleg P. Ayre, Geo. A. Buflfett, 

John Trapnell. 

Methodist Boards of Education. 



nnir- 



1. St. Johns E.\st -Kev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, M.A., D.l)., ChK.. 
mail : Kev. F. R. Matthews, B.A., Hon. .las. S. I'itts, (".M.G., Hon. H. 
J. B. Woods, Michael T. Knight, A. ,1. W. McNeily, K.C., J. E. P. 
Peters, Hon. R. K. Bishop, S. R. March. 

2. St. John's West— Hon. James Angel, ('hairmroi : C. P. Ayre, 
Thomas A. Pippy, Jesse Whiteway, Henry (4ear, Frank Steer, S. J. 
Tucker, C. H. Uutchings, K.C, K. St. Hill, Z. Cox, Rev. J. K. Turtis, 
H..\., Kev. J. W. Bartlett, M. A. Bastow, Wm. Whelan. 

3. Pouch Cove— Kev. W. H. Dotchou, Chairmnn : John Churchill, 
-Man Noseworthy, Xieholas Thistle, Alfred Moores, Wni. Noseworthy (of 
.Adam), .loim S. Noseworthy, Albert Noseworthy, Isaac King. 

4. Bell Island— Kev. J. Bamford, ('hainna)i ; John B. Martin, 
James Mews, Charles F. Taylor, Sergt. J. B. Cox. 

5. Topsail — Rev. .lames Nurse, c/miniKni: Joseph Miller, J.J. 
Butler, Joseph Fowler, Thomas Hussey, Jabez Butler, John Martin. 

6. BRKiUS— Rev. Samuel Snowden, ('hainnaii : J. P. Thompson, 
J. P., Thomas Spracklin, H. T. Bartlett, W. Bartlett, John Smith, J. P., 
John Spracklin. 

7. Cui'iDS — Rev. C. Hackett, C/niiriiKni : James Butler, Nathaniel 
LeDrew, John Spracklin, Wm. Smith, Samuel Dawe (of Henry), W. J. 
LeDrew, H. T. LeDrew, Robert Smith. 

8. Clarke's BEACH^Rev. C. Hackett, Chairman ,• John C. Dawe, 
W. II. Jerrett, John Hussey, (Jeo. Mugford (of James), Joseph Moores, 
Joseph Ralph, Wm. John Bussey, Thomas Snow. 

9. Port-DE-Gkave— Rev. Chas. W. Legge, Vhairmnn ; John Filyer, 
A. Seely, Robert Strange, George Richards, Wm. Seely, G. W. Butler. 

10. Bav Roberts- Kev. Charles Whitemarsh, M.A., B.D., Chair- 
man ; John Snow (of Wm.), Josiah (^osse, E. Badcoek, Isaac Mercer, 
John Snow, Nathan French, Joshua Bradbury, George Hierlihy. 

11. Harbor GRACE-Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A., Chairman; Ernest 
Simmons, Eph. E. Parsons, Robert Titford, H. C. Watts, Sergt. Sprack- 
lin, Freeman Parsons. 

12. Carbonear — Rev. James Pincock, Chairman ; H. Cameron, J. P., 
Augustus Hopkins, James Peach, R. Fraize, R. Goodison, John Va'tcher! 

13. Victoria Village— Rev. James Pincock, Chairman ■ Henry 
Burke, Gilbert Hiscock, Geo. Powell, J. W. Clarke, Abel Clarke, Beni. 
Cooper. 

14. Freshwater— Rev. A. A. Holmes, Chairman : Jas. Kelloway 
Wm. Davis, John J. Moores, William C. Moores, John Parsons William 
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15. Blackhead — Rev. Chas. Howse, Chairman; Wm. Brennan, Isaac 
King, Leonard Curtis, Gilbert LeGrow, Benj. IMoore, John Murray (of 
Michael), Edward Cramm, Frederick Squires. 

16. Western Bay — Rev. Charles Lench, Chair/nan : Levi Butt, Si 
Butt, Henry Fullett, Robert Penney, S. Halfyard, Reuben Sellars, Eli 
Crummey, Nicholas Parsons. 

17. LOWEK Island Cove— Rav. W. H. Browning, Chairman ; Josh. 
Tucker, A. G. Hudson, J. P., Robert Whiteway, Jos. Shano, Ben. Morris, 
Ishmael Cooper, Mark Steele, Wm. G. Reynolds. 

18. Old Perlican — Rev. E. Pollett Ward, Chairman ; Wm. Day,- 
S. Bnrt, Corbet Benson, Hezekiah Saelgrove, Wm. Hopkins, Nathan 
Barrett, Elias Strong, sr., Wm. Geo. Howell. 

19. Hant's Harbor— R- v. George Paine, Chainnan ; \\ . J . Button, 
H. Single, A. Targett, S. Short, E. C. Janes, P. Tuck, H. Bryant, Aug. 
Sparkes. 

20. Heart's Content — Rev. Jesse Heytield, ('hairmun ; Jos. Rowe, 
W. Stentaford, William Lever, Peter Matthews, William Hopkins, S. S. 
Stentaford. 

21. SciLLY Cove — Rev. Jesse Heyfield, Chairman : John C. Green, 
Ed. J. Saneom, Nath. Percy, .John Green (of James), N. Green, W. H. 
Parrot t. 

22. GUEENs llARiioR — Rev. Francis (J. Willey, Chairman ; Charles 
Newhook, Nathan Rowe, Alf. Reid, Hy. Jerrett, S. Brace, Eben. Cramm. 

23. Bay Bulls' Arm- Kev. Jolm Reay, Chairman ; Uriah Thorne, 
George Piercey, John Reid, Jas. Hutchings, James Gilbert, Rev. E. 
Vernon Young. 

24. Random South — Rev. Walter H. Palmer, Chair man : Simeon 
Adey, Jos. Frost, James Avery, R. Miller, S. Whelan, Simeon Gooby. 

25. Random West— Rev. J. T. Newman, Chairman; N. March, 
John Loder, John Smith, John Hodder. 

26. Random North — Rev. Edgar Taylor, Chairman ; S. Palmer, M. 
Pelly, G. Adams, Wm. Adey, Benj. Pittman, John Dalton. 

27. Random East — Rev. J. T. Newman, C/iajywtaw; John Leawood, 
John Vardy, Edward King, John Mills, sr., Reuben Thistle, William 
Ivany. 

28. Trinity — Rev. James Wilson, Chairman; James Crocker, Chas. 
Fleet, Thomas Christian, Wm. Ivemy (of Martin), Albert Bugden, Sam- 
soa White. 

29. Catalina — Kev. H. C. Hatcher, B.D., Chairman ; F. Snelgrove, 
Benj. Perry, Alex. Johnson, Thomas A. Dalton, Richard Hicks, George 
Lodge, C. J. Snelgrove, W. N. Snelgrove, J. P., Albert Lodge. 

30. BONAVISTA — Rev. Sydney Bennett, Chairman; Alex. Groves, 
George Saint, Heber Mifflen, John Abbott, Hezekiah Abbott, Philip 
Templeman, J. P., James Harris (of R.), Ronald Strathie. 

31. Elliston — Rev. T. H. James, Chairman: Israel Baker, S. G. 
Trask,' D. Goodland, A. Cole, A. Hobbs, Jno. Hicks, Wm. Gough, jr., 
John Skiffington. 

42. Musgravetown — Rev. William Harris, Chairman; A. Saint, 
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33. Port Blaxdford— Rev. R. A. Brook, Chairman; S. R. Oakley, 
W. White, A. Spracklin, 8. Osmond. 

34. Glovertowx — Rev. .Tohu Hurst, Cludrnuni : .J.hn House. Wm. 
Ralph, R. S. James, I. N. Sparks, B. Burry, Rev. R. F. Mercer. 

35. Greexspoxd — Rev. E. Brouyhton, C/i<iir»irin : Benjamin Davis, 
Stephen Barry, Samuel Hoddinot, Wm. Blackwood, Robt. Burton, Arthur 
Roorne, Robert Burton, K. l»akley. Dr. W. Roberts. 

36. Weslkvville — Rev. .labez R. Saint, S.T.L , Chninnan , J. Kean, 
r. (ialton, Chas. Hann, Cbas. Strettea, Oeo. Hann, Capt. Jesse Wiusor. 
Rli Roberts. 

37. Newtiiwx — Rev. Jabez R. Saint, S.T.L., Chairman: Kenneth 
Uidout, .lonatliaii Parsons, .laoob Andrews (Cape Island), Alph. Barbour, 
Jacol> Stokes, Samuel Barliour. 

38. MusoKAVK Harbor -Rev. Elijah French, Chairman : S. Hicks, 
T. Abbott, N. (Goodyear, Samuel Wellon, .Vdam Bradley, Henry Clialk, 
Huffh Mouland. 

3!t. For.o — Hev. Thos. B. Moody, Chairman ; Jas. Pomeroy, Thos. 
Lucas, J. W. Hodj^e, .I.P.. Levi Perry, Philip Perry, Dr. W. McLean. 

40. SKi.noM-roMoBv— Rev. James Holmes, Chairman : 'SI. Penney, 
Moses Holmes, .los. Anthony, Geo. Perry, Eli Sheppard, Samson Cois'h. 

41. Rocky Bay — Rev. (ieo. ^Mercer, Chairman ; Eli, Steele, Stehpen 
( lialk, Azariah Parsons, John Buddon, Kenneth Hicks, John Brinstou. 

4-'. Herring Neck— Rev. Peter A. LeGrow, Chairman ; John White, 
1. Farthing:, Thos. Tizzard, Isaac Hurley, S. Keefe, Samuel Langdon. 

43. Cha.\<;e I.SLAXD8— Rev. H. G. Coppin, Chairman; Archibald 
Elliott, Francis Taylor, S. Roberts, J.P., S. P. Ginn, S. D. Cook, H. 
Elliott. 

44. TwiLLlXiiATE- Rev. .1. W. Atkinson, Chairman; John Pardy, 
•J. S. LeDr«w, M.D., Wm. Ashbourne, David Wheeler, Silas Facey, 
.Fohn Mills, Jacob Moores, Arcliibald White. 

4.5. MoRETox's Harbor- Rev. Henry Scott, Chairman : Titus Locke, 
Thomas Wheeler, Az. Jones, John W. Small, Jabez Small, Walter Brett, 
Robert Boyde, William Knight. 

46. EXPLOIT.S— Rev. Armiaius Young, Chairman ; Richard Manuel, 
Jacob Manuel, Stephen Purchase, Alb. Freeman, Rev. Henry Ball, Jabez 
Manuel. 

47. Cami'BELLTOX — Rev. Francis G. Martin, Chairman ; Jas. Fillyer 
(Campbellton), Kenneth Manuel, Alfred Lintleld (Loon Bay), Reuben 
Cull (Comfort Cove), Samuel Clarke, John Fox. 

48. Lewisporte — Rev. AV. T. D.Dunn, Chairman: Stephen Janes, 
.Vbsalom Chalk, Arjuila Woolfrev, W. W. Bradlev, J. P., Az. Manuel, 
W . G. Brett 

49. BOTWOOD— Rev. William J. Morris, Chairman ; Kenneth Dean, 
John Peyton, Thos. Antle, Amos Brown, Abram Mugford, Wm. Manuel. 

50. Sprixgdale— Rev. F. W. Sawdon, Chairman ; G. W. Clarke, 
Henry Clarke, Fred. Thistle, jr., W. J. Taylor, Chas. Tucker. 

51. Little Bav Isi.axd— Rev. E. M. Maddo' k. Chairman; Thos. 
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Upwards, Samuel Knight, John Wells, Robert Young (Wilk Bight), Job 
Wells. 

.53. Nipper's HAEBOK-Rev. S. A. Chancey, ('haintirnt : William T. 
Batstone, W. B. Milley, Elijah Millg, \Vm. Howse, Eli Jennings, Samuel 
Giles. 

54. Tilt Cove— Rev. Alfred VuW&rd, Chairman ; John Haadcock, 
Benjamin Short, Jos. Morgan, Henry J. Xewbury, Rev. A. Stephenson, 
A. J. House. 

56. Sound Island, Placentia Bay- Rer. R. H. Mer(-er, 6'A«tr- 
wrtH ,• A. E. Stacey, William Mitcliell. .fohn Crocker, William H. Eddy, 
Arthur W. Beck, Samuel Bailey. 

.">6. Woody Island— Rev. K. H. Mener, C/iinrmun : It. J. Barretl. 
(ieorge Coffin, John H. Crann, Matcher Williams, Samuel .1. Rierce, 
Rev. W. G. Day. 

57. Flat Islands, Placentia Bay— Hev. (ieorge C. Steel, ('hair- 
man ; William Collins (of Isaac), Reuben Dicks, Louis Challett, Albert 
Bloomfield, \\'illiam Dicks, Walter Parsons. 

58. BURiN — Rev. Henry Godfrey, '^^'Artt/v^fflH; Robert Vigus, William 
Bishop, Joseph Inkpen, S. Avery, J. P., Ste[)hen Darby, .(ohu E. Collins, 
Samuel Moulton, Thomas Lockyer. 

59. Great Burin— Kev. Henry (Jodfrey, Chainmin ; l>o. Moulton, 
John Darby, Ed. Churchill, J. Da cy, James W. Hollett, Joseph Inkpen, 
(Thos.), Eli Brushett, S. J. Adams. 

60. Epwoeth— Rev. Elijah Coish, Chair/nan : Thomas Bugden,\^ m. 
Goddard, Wm. Paul, Thos. Hodner, Wm. Keech, Reuben Hollett. 

61. Fortune— Rev. C. R.Blount, Chairman; T. F. Spencer, Isaac 
Hillier, John S. Bennett, (xeo. Dixon, S. E. Piercey, John Burton, \\. F. 
Lake. 

62. Grand Bank— Rev. Edwin Moore, Chairman: William Forsey, 
John P. Patten, John B. Foote, A. Buffett, B.A., Dr. Allan McDonald, 
(;. C. Harris, G. E. Tibbo, Eli Harris. 

63. (tARNISH — Rev. William H. Norman, Chairman : Jas. J-orenzeii, 
John Follett, S. Tibbo, J. H. Grandy, Cyrus Newport, Stephen Bond 

64 BURGEJ — — , Chairman ; Charles Turjnn, .John tiuy, 

Hugh Matthews, Wm. Harris, Jonathan Bowdridge, John Cains. 

65. Petites— Rev. William R. tieeley, Chairman : Jhas. Courtney, 
Ueo. Anderson, Samuel Billiard, Samuel Collier, Jas. Miles, Hy. Riles. 

66. Channel — Rev. J. T. Beagarie, Chairman : Henry Bragg, G. G. 
Cotter, Albert Bear, Em. Harris, Joshua Bennett, Thos. So[ier. 

67. St. George's Bay— Rev. Wm. Swanu, Chairman: A. Harvf-y, 
jr., Edward Butt. E. Cutler, A. Brett, Dr. D. J. Bethune. 

68. Bay of Islands — Rev. Harry Koyle, Chairmau : Chnrles P. 
Farnell, Augustus Penney, Sam. Moulton, Samuel Allen, Isaac Banlett, 
Israel Hines, William Allen. 

69. Bonne Bay — Rev. Peter Williams, Chairman: W. Clarke NN'm. 
Strickland, Henry Follett, Herbert Taylor, Wm. Tuff, Heuln-ii Moores. 

70. Flower's Cove — (Board to be appointed.) 

71. St. Anthony — Rev. J. W. Wilkinson, Chnirjnan ; Silas Clarke, 
Henry Beaufield, "N^'m. Pilgrim, sr.. Fred. Penney, Jacob Bussey, IsaBc 
Bartlett. 



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Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualification 
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Rev. L. Curtis, M.A., D.D., Sup/. I A. Macpherson, 

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Directors— Wev. J. S. Sutherland, Hon. J. Baird, Hon. D. Morison, 
K.C., 1). Monroe, Alex. Robertson, A. K. Lumsden, E. Murray, .J. H. 
.lardiue, J. J. McKay. 

I'rinvlpal — John Gariock, M.A. 

Iiifrj'iiii'ffitifr mill I'riiiKir;/ Department — Miss Dunbar, Miss Hunches. 

Presbyterian Boards of Education. 

,s7. Jiihii's -M^\. J. S. Sntherlauii, \\w\. .1. I'aird, Hon. D. Morison, 
J). Monroe, A. Kobertson. 

Harbor (Iraie—M^x. V. S. ('ottin, ('/iairiiiriii : J. Crowe, E. Parsons, 
1). Munn, R. M. Dutl, .J. G. Munn, A. G. Munn. 

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,S7. ./o/iii's—Hey. J. Thackeray, L. T. ("hancey, Wm. J. Barnes, \Vm. 
^lartin, T. J. Duley, F. Cross, F. J. Martin. 

7'irl//iii(/if/c --fi. Payne, jr., Andrew (4rev, .Fohn Hodder, ^^'. Baird, 
(;. B. Nott. 

fii.spertor — \\ey. .1. Thackeray. 

Salvation Army Boards of Education. 
Educational Secretary — Staff-Captain Cave, A.A. 

St. John's District — Lieut. -Col. S. Kees, Chairmcui : J. Badcock, 
T. W. Cousins, A. Cook, W. F. Colield, A. Cummings. 

Carbonkar District — Staff Captain Ca^e, (liainnon : Adjutant 
Brace, Ensign A. Stickland, K. Pelley, S. Brown, C. Janes. 

T\viLLiN(iATE District — Staff-Captain Cave, Chairman ; Adjutant 
Hiscock, Ensign J. Downey, P. Phillips, J, J. ^lanuel. 

Southern District — Lieut. -Colonel Rees, Chairman .• Captain P. 
Woolfrey, Charles Pardy, W. Foote, J. Gosling. 

Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualification 
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The Superintendent Salvation Army Schools. 
Lieut. -Colonel S. Rees, Mrs. E. M. Brislow, A.A, 

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Minister of Justice and Attorney General — Hon. Donald Morison, K.C. 

Deputy Minister — C. H. Hutchings, K.C. 

Messenger — Beitiam Taylor. 

Typsists — Miss M. Kelly, Mis> M. Ki|ipie. 

Registry of Deeds. 

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SUPREME COURT. 

By order LVI. nf tlie Judicature Act, 1904, it ie provided tliat there 
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respectively : 

The Wi>'ticu Session, conuueucing on the niiith day of .lanuary ; 
The Spkinu Skhsion, commencing on the first day of April ; and 
The Fall Session, commencing on the second day of October. 
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Februaiy 1 t^ i-'i\< 7 
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April 1 to April 7 
May 1 to M.1V 
June 1 to June 7 
June 22 to Juue i8 



October 2 to Octol)er 7 
November 1 to Nov. 7 
December 1 to Dec. 7 



Winter Session. 

January 16 to Jan. 21 
February 8 to Feb. 14 
March 8 to March 14 

Spring Session. 

April 8 to April 14 
May 8 to May 13 
June 8 to June 14 



Fall Session. 

October 9 to Oct. 14 
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Dec. 8 to Dec. 14 



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Northern Circuit from 10th September to 1st October ; and at Brigus, 
Harbor Grace and Carbouear, from Nov. 22n(l to Nov. 29th. There is 
alfO 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, Kt. 

Judges — Hon'bles George H. Emerson and George M. Johnson. 

Meyistrar — D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Deputy Reyistray — Simon Butler. 

Clerk— I). 'F. Kent,. 

Sheriff — .lames Carter. 

Suh-Sheriff— W iWmiu J. Carroll. 

Critr and Tipataff — Robert Alsop. 

Stenographer — Gerald Byrne. 

Messenger — W. Cochrane. 

Masters. 

Sir James S. Winter, K.C„ K.C.M.G. ; Alex. J. W. McNeily, K.C. ; 
Hon. D. Job. Greene, K.C. ; Hon. D. Morison, K.C. ; Hon. Sir Edward P. 
Morris, Kt, K.C. ; D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Law Society. 

President and Treasurer — Sir James S. Winter, K.C, K.C.M.G. 

Secretary — D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Librarian —D. M. Browning, K.C. 

Btnchers (ex officio) — Sir James S. Winter, K.C, K.C.M.G. ; Hon. Sir 
E. P. Monig, Kt, K.C. ; Hon. D. Morison, K.C. ; D. M. Browning, K.C. ; 
James M. Kent, K.C. 

Elected— B.ovi. D. J. Greene, K.C. ; A. J. W. McNeilv, K.C ; M. W. 
Furhmg, K.C; J. Aug. Clift, K.C. ; Frank J. Morris, K.C ; Hugh H. 
Carter, K.C ; C O'N. Conroy. 

King's Counsel (by seniority). 

Sir James S. Winter ; A. J. W. McNeily ; J. Q. Conroy ; Hon. D. J. 
Greene ; Hon. D. Morison ; Hon. Sir E, P. Morris ; D. M. Browning ; J. 
A. Clift ; E. J. Morris ; H. H. Carter ; M. W. Furlong ; Hon. Charles H. 
Emerson ; Charles H. Hutchiiigs ; James M. Kent. 

Practising Barristers and Solicitors— by seniority. 

Sir James S. Winter ; A. J. W. McNeily ; Hon. D. J. Greene ; H. H. 
Carter ; Hon. D. Morison ; J. A. Ciift ; Hon. Sir Edvv'd P. Morris ; H. V.. 
Knight ; Thomas J. Murphy ; Frank J. Morris ; V\'m. M. Clajip ; Jame.-t 
J. Pitman ; Patrick J. Summers; Martin W. Furlong; Hon. Clias. H. G. 
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Gibbe ; W. R. Howley ; S. J. Foote ; J. J. McGrath ; F. A. Mews ; Chas. 
O'N. Conioy ; Jas. P. Blackwoo(i ; J. A. W. McNeily ; VV. R. Warren ; 
G. '.V. Ayie ; J. J. Fenelon ; Cyril J. Caliill ; A. J. Herder ; W. J. Higgins. 

R. A. Squires. 

Practising Solicitors— by seniority. 

Hon. Sidiiev Blandfoid ; Geo. T. Cartv ; W. F. Lloyd ; R. A. Squires; 
H. M. K. Whiteway; 0. E. Hunt ; J. A. Winter. 

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Fkrkyland— 

Petty Harbor — Henry Bishop. 
Bay Btdh — Jos. F. Williams. 
Ferryland —R. J. Freebairn. 

" — Thomas G. Morry. 
Fermtuse — John Walsh. 
/('fiieH'.';^ Gerald Jackman. 
Witless Bay — Patrick Smith. 

Placentia — 

Trepassey — L. J . Giovanetti. 

" — J. L. Murphy. 
St. Mary's— JVm. Hogan. 
St. Bride's — John Thos. Young. 
Salmonier — John J. GofF. 
Plac»ntia- yVilliam F U'Ktilly. 

" —Edward Sinnott. 
Argentia — Alphonsus Keats. 

Harbor Bujfett 

Isle VaUn — Wm. F. Lockyer. 
Presque — T. P. Sullivan. 
Great Par*dise — V\'iiliam Browu. 
Haystack -Thomas W^hatelv. 
Oderin—R. T. McGrath. 

" — F. W. Power. 
Petit Fort — Patrick Cheeseman. 

Burin — 

Flat Islands — James W. Bishop. 
Burin — Sirtieon Avery. 

St. Laicrence — 

Lawn- Joseph Benning. 
Luvialine—C. C. Pitman. 



Grand Bank — Geo. R. Forsey. 
" —Dr. McDonald. 
" —Geo. Buffett. 



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Process. 

FOBTDNE — 

St. Jacques — H. R. Clinton. 
Belleoram — Frederick Curnew. 
Pushthrough — John Camp. 
Harbor Briton— Charle.'i Way. 
Gaultois — B. a. Brazil. 
Bay U Argent — Eli Parsons. 
Hermitage Bay — Mark Way. 

Bdrgeo — 

Ramea — George Penney. 
La Poile — Thomas LeScelleur. 
Petite* — Eldred Gosee. 
Burgeo — Joseph Small. 

" — John (Junningliam. 
Rose Blanche — Richard Furneaux. 
Channel — Robert T. Squaretj. 

St. George — 

Codroy — John Gillis. 
Little River — John T. Tomkins. 
Grand River — James Doyle. 
Robinson's Head — Jas. E. Carter. 
St. George — Richard MacDonel. 

" — D. J. Bethune. 
Port au Part — Martin Hynes. 
Wood's Island, Bay of Islands— 

Loughiin McLean. 
Bay of Islands— Levi March. 
St. Barbe — 

Bonne Bay~Thos. C. Duder. 

" —George W Wilton. 
Flower's Cove—F. G. Cox. 
Green Island Cove— Ken. Ryder. 
St. ^niAon?/— Noah Simms. 
(?ri(/)tet— Henry Weir. 



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Englee — James Dower. 
Conche — Benjamin Carey. 
Western Gove — George H. Pearce. 
La Scie~D. P. Duggan. 

TWILLINGATE — 

Tilt Gove — IVm. Gunningham. 
Nipper's Harbor — S. J. Blackler. 
Gj-een Bay, S. W. Arm — H. G. 

Colbourne. 
Littte Bay — Thomas E. Wells. 

•' — Patrick Burke. 
Little Bay Islands — A. J. Morris. 
Pilley's Island — Wni. Garland, 

Edgar Mills. 
Leading Tickles — Wm. Lanning. 
New Bay — Peter Moores. 
Fortune Harbor — James Bingham. 
Botwoodville — Harry Burt. 
Norris' Ann — Charles Pitman. 
Grand Falls- H. F. Fitzgerald. 

" — F. B. Colbourne. 

Exploits — Albert Freeman. 
Levyisporte — Alfred Young. 
Twillingate — William J. Scott. 

" — Gharles D. Mayne. 

" — Thomas Peyton. 

" — Andrew Pearce. 

Moreton's Har.— J. S. Colbourne. 
Herring Neck — M. Simms. 

FoGO — 

Fogo — Andrew Cooke. 

" —Robert Scott. 
Barr'd Islands — T. M. Anthony. 
Tilton Harbor — P. J. Bryan. 
Sddo Ill-Come- By — Philip Newell. 
Change Islands — Justinian Dowell. 
Musgrave Harbsr — J. B. Wheeler. 

BONAVISTA — 

Pinchard's Island — Moses Davis. 
Wesleyville — Samuel Winsor. 
Pool's Island — Henry B. Chafe. 
Greenspond — Isaac J. Miffien. 
Glovtrtown — Victor Roach. 
Terra Nova — Horace M. Herbert. 
(Ta?>i6o— John Murphy. 
Brooklyn — Thomas Howe. 
Salvage 



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Alexander Bay- 

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Ambrose Jeans. 



Keels — Edward Penney. 
King's Cove — C. G. LeViscoute. 
Bonavista — John Roper 
Trinity — 

Gatalina — Frederick Somerton. 
Salmon Gove — Obadiah Lang. 
Trinity— George R. Lilly. 
British Harbor — Henry Gardner, 
Bonaventure — Hezekiah King. 
Gooseberry Cove — Wm. Bali-oni. 
Northern Bight — Edmund Benson. 
Britannia Cove — Moses Currie. 
Shoal Harbor — Caleb Tuck. 
Clarenville — A. C. Pittman, 
Fostei-'s Point — John Leawood. 
Bay Bull's ^r7)).— Thos. P.French. 
Whitbourne — Harold Leslie. 
New Harbor — Moses Parsons. 
Heart's Delight—.]. G. Hodder. 
Hearts Gontent-G. G. Rendell. 
New Perlican — Luke Pittman. 
Hants Harbor — J. W. Janes. 

Bay-de- Verde — 

Old Perlican — George Tuff. 
" — Elias March. 

Bay-de- Verde — Michael O'Neill. 

Lower Island Gove — Geo. L'ooper. 

Blackhead — John C. Moores. 

Western Bay — John Lynch. 
Carboneak — 

Carbonear — Alfred Penney. 
" — Josoph Mackey. 

Harbor Grace— 

Harbor Grace — W. A. Oke. 

" — John Casey, 

—J. D. Munn. 

Spaniards Bay — Jesse Gosse 

Bay Roberts — John Jardine. 

Port-de-Grave— 

Port-de-Grave — George Dawe. 
Brigus — Jabez Thompson. 
» —Samuel E. Chafe. 
" —J. T. Hearn. 
Harbor Main — 

Conception Har. — Michl Hillyarrl. 
Harbor Main — Edward Murray. 
Holyrood — Eichard Dwyer. 
Middh Bight~F. F. Furneaux. 



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St. John|8 — Torfeai/— Matthew Power. 

Bel\ Island— V. F. Beiteau. St. John's— D. M. B,owning. 

Portugal Govt — Henry Soinerton. — Simon Butler. 

Pouch Cove — Albert Grouchy. ' — D.F.Kent. 

Commissioners of Supreme Court without Newfoundland. 

England — 
London — Adcock, Edward, Solicifor — 3 Circus Place, Finsbury, E.G. 

Browning, T. B., 18 Bury Street, W.C. 

Chaplin, W. C, 9 Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

Douglas, N. F., 4 New Court, Lincoln's Inn. 

Qamber, A. G. L., 3S4 Gray's Inn's Square, W.C. 

Hayward, H. A., 10 Norfolk Street, Strand. 

Heales, Alfred, Solicitor — 1.5 Knightrider St., Doctor's Commons. 

McDaird, Jabe^, .5 Newman's Court, Cornhill, London, EC. 

Parish, Fred., 23 St. Swithen's Lane. 

Philpott, Fred. F., Solicitor, 12 Bedford Row, W.C. 

Solomon, G. E., 5 Water Lane, Great Tower St., E.G. 

Walker, E. C, 17 Gracechurch St. 

Walnisley, A. B., 22:.' Strand. 

Warren, George F., Xotary Public, 17 Gracechurch St. 

Woolnough, Walter W., 68a, Lincoln's Inn Field. 

Williams, Slonier F. Alonitr, Great Tower St., E.G. 

Welsford, R. M., 22 Aldernianbury. 

Worsfield, T. S., 9 Staples Inn, Soliiitor. 
Liverpool — Pennington, Thos. R., Solicitor — Presidential Assurance Build- 
ing, 36 Dale St. 
PZt/);)OM</i— Matthews, Corydon, Solicitor, Frankfort Chambers. 
Torquay — Hooper, H., Dundee, Solicitor. 
Southampton — Linthorn, R. R , Solicitor, 4 Poitland Place. 
Towcester, Northampton — Percival, Thomas L., Solicitor. 
Birmingham — Pinsent, Hume C, 6 ^Bennett's Hill. 

Swinson, Frederick, Solicitor, S-k Waterloo Street. 
Exeter — Clapp, Cecil R. M. 
j1fan('^«^er— Hilton, Wm. H., Solicitor, Dale Road, Sale, near Manchester. 

Hayne, A. H., Solicitor, 13 Spring Gardens. 
Bridal — Parr, Thomas, Solicitor. 
Teignmouth — Tozer, Edward Jolm, Solicitor. 

Ireland — 
JFaterford— Kent, Patrick, Solicitor, No. 13, The Mall. 
Dublin — Little, Francis J., Solicitor, 3 Bushy Park Rd., Rathgate, Dublin, 

Scotland — 
Edinburgh — McLaren, William A., Solicitor. 

Leahy, Arthur, Solicitor, Chambers 29 Queen Street. 
Hamilton, Maxwell, W. S., 86 George St. 
Glasgou' — Palerson, J., JFriter, 45 West Nile Street. 
McKinley, Wm., C4 W. Regent Street. 
Turnbulf, John, 123 St. Vincent Street. 
Wai. Christie Cowan, Solicitor. 



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Dominion of Canada — 

Gharlottetown, P. 7?. J.— Hazard, Franci* L., Barrister. 
Fredericton, N.B. — Winslow, Edward B., Barrister. 
St. John, iV.R— Pickett, Henry H. 
Sydney, Cape iic«^o;i— McEacliren, A. J. G., Solicitor. 
North Sydney — Phoran, M.J. 

Mosley, H. C, Barriater. 
Halifax, N. S. — Parsons, Jonathan, Barrister. 

Chisholni, J. M. 
Parsboro — Mackenna, H. W., Solicitor. 
Montreal, P. <j.— Morris, Wm., Advocate. 

McDougall, Duncan, LI, 245 Sacrament St., Advocate. 
Monk, Alfred, Advocate. 
^Vhite, John, Advocate. 
Davidson, Peers, Advocate. 
Curran, Francis, ISO St. James Street. 
V'(fiif' — Dunbai-, James, Barrister. 

Gibsone, Wm. C, Advocate. 
Toronto, (hit. -Hoyles, N. W. 
Moffatt, F. n. 
Ogden, Albeit. 
Smeeton, A. E. 
Macdonnell, A. Maclean. 
Kingston, Unt. — Whiting, John L., Barrister. 
Neil} Westminster, L. C. — Hart, Free!., Gomvnnsion Merchant. 

United States of America — 

Boston, Mast. — Adams, Charles H., 222 State Street. 

Fester, A. D., New England Mutual Lite Insurance Co. 

Building, Post Office Square. 
Shaw, Charles A., 11 Court Street. 
Torey, Arthur R , 23 Court Street. 
Neu- York City — Braman, Joseph B., Counsellor-at-Law, ITBoreel Build- 
ings, 115 Broadway. 
Woods, Edwin B.. 220 Broadway. 
Richards, William E., 203 Broadway. 
Carter, Leslie T., 9G Broadway, Connnellor-at-Law. 
White, Wallace, 305 Broadway. 
Brooklyn — Woods, Edwin B. 

Philadelphia — Hunt, Thomas J., Counsellor-at-Law, 623 Walnut Strert. 
Chicago — Bradley, Ralph, 627 The Rookery. 
Springjitld, III. — George A. Sanders. 

Rockland, Maine — MacAllister, , Counsellor-at Law. 

K'esterly, R. I. — Kingsley, Everett A., Attorney-at-Law. 

Commissioners of Affidavits in the Island of Newfoundland 
for British Colonies. 

C. O'N. Conrov — New Brunswick ; S. J. Foote — Nova Scotia. 



172 



Deputy Sheriffs. 



Use * Mar's Oil ' for Boots, Saddlery, 

Deputy Sheriffs in Southern Districts. 



Residence. 



Mobile 

Ferryland 

Fermeuse 

Trepassey 

St. Mary's 

Salmonier 

St. Bride's 

Placentia 

Oderin 

Flat Island 

Burin 

St. Lawrence 

Lanialine 

Grand Bank 

Belleoraiii 

Pushthrougli 

Harbor Briton 

Kainea 

Biirgeo 

Rose Blanclie 

Channel 

Codroy 

(}rand River 

Robinson's Hea(i 

Sandy Point 

Port ail Port 

St. George's 

Wood'.s Island 

Bay of Islands 

Bonne Bav 



Battle Harbor 

Griguet 

St Anthony 

La Scie 

White Bay 

Tilt Cove 

Little Bay 

Little Bay Islands 

Springdale 

Pilley's Island 

Leading Tickles 

New Bay 

Botwoodville 



District. 



Name. 



Ferryland 

t( 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

« (( 

(1 u 

11 a 

iBurin 

u 
u 
u 

a 

Fortune Bay 

u 
a 

Burgeo and La Poile 

{ (( (t 

I (1 <( 

St. George 



St. Barbe 

Northern District. 
Labrador 
St. Barbe 



Twillingaie 



George Geary. 



James J. Bishop. 



Jos. Collins. 



Howard Parsons. 
Stephen White. 
R. J. Turpin. 
William G. Pittman. 
Eli Harris. 



Joseph Camp. 
Benjamin Chapman. 
Matthew Nash. 
Albert Kelland. 



James H. Wilcox. 
Henry Gallop 
Thomas B. Doyle. 
Abram Tilley. 
M. E. Messervey. 
Joseph Deluch. 
Alfred Pirreowav. 



Daniel J. Gilker. 
John Tapper. 

Samuel Rum son. 
Mark Alcock. 
James Johnson. 
William A. Toms. 
Constable A, Dwyer. 
Andrew GuUan. 
T. W. Wells. 
Peter Campbell. 
Jonathan Anstey. 
Thomas Roberts. 
William Banning. 
Peter Moors. 
A. G, Young. 



DepxUy Sherifis. 



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Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



Exploits 

Lewisperte 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fiifjo 

Bair'd Islands 

Seldom-come-by 

Gander Bay 

Musgrave Harbor 

a 

Pincliard's Island 

Wesley ville 

Port Bland ford 

Greenspond 

Glovertown 

Alexander Bay 

Gambo 

Salvage 

Keels 

Bonavista 

Musgravelown 

Catalina 

Trinity 

Bonaventure 

Northern Bight 

Britannia Cove 

Snook's Harbor 

Shoal Harbor 

Clarcn ville 

Foster's Point 

Heart's Content 

Hant's Harbor 

Old Perlican 

Blackhead 

Lower Island Cove 

Western Bay 

Carboiiear 

Harbor Grace 

Bay Roberts 

Brigus 

Harbor Main 

Holyrood 

Kelligrews 

Bell Isld, Lance Cove.. 

Belllsland, Beach ... 



Twillingate 



Fogo 



Bonavista 



Trinity 



Bay -de- Verde 

u 
(I 

Carbonear 
Harbor Grace 

Port-de-Grave 
Harbor Main 

u 

St. John's East 



George S, Lilly. 
Alfred G. Young. 



Wm. Wicks. 
N. A. Chafe. 
Thomas Wornell. 
Chailes Kean. 
John Ralph. 
T. Forsey. 
E. Oldford. 
Michael J. Murphy. 
Noah Burge. 



William Baird. 
Ambrose Fitzgerald. 
George Foster. 
Philip Perry. 
Robert Pike. 
Adam Bradley. 
Newman Gillingham. 



Isaac Manuel. 
John W. James. 
Noah Miller. 
Edmund Benson. 



John Loder. 
Caleb Tuck. 
George Janes. 
George Leawood. 
Charles G. Rendell. 



Moses Bursey. 
Reuben Curtis. 
Eli Garland 
Ewen Kennedy. 
Ernest Forward. 
John Trapnell. 
James Fox. 
A. Hierlihy. 
John Leamon. 
James Murphy. 
William Maher. 
Isaac LeDrew. 
A. E. Rees. 
Alfred T. White, 



174 District Courts— Stip. Mag. — Justices of the Peace. 

Come to Our New Store for Guns, 

Bailiffs in St. John's. 
James Roil, James Kelly Burke, R. Cross. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

Central District Court, Judge — James G. Oonrnv, K.C. 
" " Clerk— A. W. Knight, J' l\ 

Bailiff- -J. English. 
" " Stenograplter — James ( "oughlan. 

Harbor Grace District Court, Jndae — W. A. Oke, J. P. 

Clerk— John Casey, J. P. 
" " /iar/i//— James Fox. 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES. 

Bell Island — 



U^estern Cove — G. H. Pearce. 

La Scie — D. P. Dnggan. 

Little Laii and Pillnf.-< Idand — 

T. E. Wells. 
Boticood — Harrv Bint. 



St. John'.-i--3. G. Conroy, K.C. 

Ferryland— Dr. R. Freebairn. 

Trepa!>mi — Y)v. L. J. Giovannetli. 

St. Mani's~l)r. Wm, Hog.m. 
Cmnd Fnllx—U. F. Fit/.geial.l. [ Flacentm—W. F. O'Reilly. 

TwiUiritiute — W J. Scutt. , Fresque — T. P. Sullivan. 

Fogo — Andrew Cook. ! Oderin—R. T. McGrath. 

Greenspond — I. J. MifHen. ■ Burin — S. Avery. 

Honavisla — J. J. Roper. Lawn — J. Benning. 

Trinity— G. R. Lilly. , Grand fiank—G. R. Forsey. 

(Jld Perliran — George Tult'. [ Harbor Briton — C Way. 

Carbonear — Alfred Penney. ; Burgeo — J. P. Small. 

Harl^r Grate — W. A. Oke. j Channel— R. T. Squatey. 

Brigits — J. P. Thompson. St. George — R. MaeUonnel. 

Harbor Main—il. F, OToole. ' Bay of Islands— L. Maroli. 

Bonne Bay -T. C. Duder. 

Clerks of the Peace. 
Central Dintrirt, St. John's— A. W. Knight, J. P. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

(Arranged Alphabetically.) 

For the Colony. 

The Officers in command of war ships and 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 Magistrates. 
Adams, G. J. ... ... , St. John's. 

Ashbourne, John W. ... ... Twillingate. 





Justices 


of the }\ 


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Name. 








Residence 


• 





Bagg, John C. 
Barbour, Alpheus 
Bartlett, John 
Berteau, F. C, 
Bonia, Thomas 
Bradley, W. W. 
Burgess, J. E. 
Bryan, P. J. 
Bursell, George H. 
Buffett, G. A. 
Butler, Eleazar 
Button, Elisflia 
Casey, John 
Cater, J. E. 
Chafe, C. 

Chambers, W. McKay 
Chisholm, J. F., M.D. 
Chollett, Louis 
Christian, Oeoige 
Clement, Henry 
Clement, Philip T. 
Colbourne, E. B. . 

Collins, William 
Courage, J. R 
Cunningham, J. 
Curnew, Frederick 
Currie, J. T. 
Dawe, George 
Daive, Henry 

Dawson, 

Devereux, E. 
Devereux, R. J. 
Devine, Thomas 
Dodd, Charles 
Donnelly, Hon. W. J. S. 
Doody, Patrick, sr. 
Doyle, E. 
DuBordieu, A. S. 
Duff, E. J. 
Dwyer, Richard 
Edgar, E. 
Elliott, Henry 
Evans, James 
Fisher, C 

Fitzgerald, John D. 
Fitzgerald, P. J. 



Bay of Islands. 
Newtown. 
Quebec, Canada. 
St. John's. 

u 

Lewisporte. 

Burin. 

Tilting. 

St. John's. 

Grand Bank. 

Pacquet.i 

New Melbourne. 

Harbor Grace. 

Horwood, N. D. Bay. 

Codroy. 

Harbor Buffett. 

Manuals. 

Flat Islands, Burin. 

Trinity. 

Burgeo. 

Channel. 

Bishop's Falls. 

Burin. 

Garnish. 

Burgeo. 

Belleoram. 

iiritannia Cove. 

Port de Grave. 

Bay Roberts. 

it 

St. John's. 

u 

King's Cove. 

Log Cabin, Spruce Brook. 

St. John's. 

Melrose. 

St. John's. 

Port au Port. 

Rantem. 

Holyrood. 

Greenspond. 

Harbor Briton. 

Adam's Cove. 

Corner Brook, Bay of Islands. 

Conche. 

Harbor Grice. 



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J'iistice» of 


the Peace. 


Come to Our New Store for Bedsteads 


Name. 


Residence. 



Fitzgerald, Wm. S. 

Fortescue, M. 

Frost, N. 

Furneaux, Fi-ancis 

Giovanetti, H. A., M.l). 

Gotf, Edward L. 

Grenfell, Wilfred T., M.D., C.M.G 

Grieve, John, M.B., CM. 

Guilfoyle, William J. 

Gushue, G. W. 

Haliburton, H. H. 

Haliburton, J. P. 

Haiin, George 

Hawker, William C. 

Hearn, J. P. 

Hogan, Francis ... 

Hus.^ey, Samuel... 

Jackman, J. ]\I. ... 

Janes, J. W. 

Jardine, John ... 

Jerrett, F. G. ... 

Jones, W. E. (M.D.) 

Keats, Alfred 

Keats, Alphonsus 

Kennedy, E. B 

Knight, Arthur W. 
Lawton, J. T. ... 
Le Grow, Jabez .. 
Le Yisconte, C. (M.D.) 
Long, J. E. 

MacDonald, A. (M.D.) 
]\[anuel, Arthur... 
Martin, Adam R. 
Matthews, J. 
Marshall, John ... 
Mitchell, William 
Moore, Frederick 
Moore, James H. 
Moores, John Charles 
Morris, F. J. 
McRae, Roderick 
Murphy, John ... 
Norris, James ... 
O'Brien, Cornelius 
O'Neill, M. J. ... 
O'Reilly, J. J., I.S.O. 



Plaeentia. 

Ipplepen, Devon, Englam 

Northern Bight. 

Kelligrews. 

Bay Bulls. 

Port Saunders. 

St. Anthony. 

Battle Harbor. 

Harbor Grace. 

St. John's. 

Gravels, Port au Port. 

Bonne Bay. 

Wesleyville. 

Carbonear. 

Brigus. 

St. Brendan'.s. 

Trinity. 

Tilt Cove. 

Hant's Haibor. 

Bay Roberts. 

Brigus. 

Avondale. 

Merasheen. 

Presque. 

Conception Harbor. 

St. John's. 

Broad Cove. 
King's Cove. 
Mortier Bay. 
Grand Bank. 
Twillingate. 
Heart's Content. 
New Peilicau. 
Burin. 

Sound IslanJ. 
St. John's. 
Heart's Content. 



St. John's. 

Harbor Grace. 

Keels. 

Notre Dame Bay 

Bay Bulls. 

Bay de Verde. 

St.' John's. 



Justices of the Peace. 



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and Mattresses.— AYRE 


& SONS, Ltd. 


Name. 


Residence. 


O'Reilly, John ... 




Placentia. 


Osmond, J. B. ... 




Moreton's Harbor. 


Parsons, A. A. ... 




St. John's. 


Parsons, B. 




Harbor Grace. 


Parsons, R. H. .. 




Burin. 


Parsons, Moses ... 




New Harbor. 


Paul, William •... 




Burin. 


Pike, Stephen B. 




Flower's Cove. 


Pike, Mark 




Channell. 


Ribbitts, John ... 




Brigus. 


Richards, J. F. ... 




Heart's Content. 


Rive, Walter ... 




Jersey, Channel Islands. 


Roberts, S. 




Change Islands. 


Robinson, Hon. J. 


A. '.'.'. '.'.'. 


St. John's. 


Rowsell, James R. 




Port Blandford. 


Rowsell, J. S. ... 




Bonavista. 


Ryder, Kenneth 




Flower's Cove, 


Samson, Edwin J. 




Scilly Cove. 


Scott, Wm. C. E. 




Grand Falls. 


Seymour, A. H. 




Harbor Grace. 


Shea, Hon. Sir E. 


D. .'.'." 


St. John's. 


Shea, George 




(( 


Simpson, R. 




Carbonear. 


Skeffington, G. ... 




St. Jonn's. 


Slattery, John L. 




u 


Smith, Azariah ... 




Capids. 


Smith, Dr. S. S. 




Brookfield. 



Smith, Dr. H. 
Sullivan, J. 
Symonds, Brenton 
Tapp, John 
Tranfield, C. H. 
Tuck, Caleb ... 
Turner, Geo. E. 
Vavaseur, Michael 
Vallance, F. J. 
Vigus, James 
Wakeley, Thomas 
Walsh, Francis J. 
Ward, W. 

Warren, Benjamin J. 
Waterman, J. C. 
W^ellon, Thomas 
White, John 
White, G. Keppel 
White way, R. H. 



Burin. 
St. John's. 
Gdosc Cove. 
Harbor Grace. 
Heart's Content. 
Shoal Harbor. 
St. John's. 
St. Lawrence. 
St. John's. 
Barin. 
Haystack. 
Catalina. 
Harbor Grace. 
Gaultoie Island 
Fogo. 

Ladle Cove. 
Catalina. 
Burgeo. 
St. John's. 



S 



Justices of the Pedce. 



We are Agents for Law, Union and Rock 


Name. 


Residence. 


Whitman, F. E 

Winsor, William C 




Wesleyville. 


Yates, Adolphus 


S. E. Arm, New Bay. 


For the Northern District. 


Bemister, Reuben 


New Perlican. 


Brown, James ... 


Bonavista. 


Burke, Patrick ... 


Little Bay. 


Cameron, Hugh 


Carbonear. 


Croucher, John T. 


St. John's. 


Cunningham, William ... 


Tilt Cove. 


''ook, John 


Heart's Content. 


Davi8, M. 


Pinchard's Island. 


Dowell, JuBtinian 


Change Island. 


Earle, Henry J.... 


Fogo. 


Garland, William 


Port Saunders. 


Oreene, Daniel J. 


Boston, Mass. 


Haines, George ... 


James Cove, Bonavista Bay. 


Hodge, John W. 


Fogo. 


Hudson, A. G. ... 


Lower Island Cove. 


Janes, A. 


Glovertown. 


Kean, Abraham 


Norton's Cove and St. John's. 


Lockyer, James 


Herring Neck. 


Moores, George E. 


S}. John's. 


Makey, Lawrence 


Carbonear. 


Mackey, Joseph 


u 


Moulton, G. A. 


it 


Murphy, John J. 


St. John's. 


Mayne, Charles D. 


Tvvillingate. 


Ryan, Edmund J. 


King's Cove. 


Ryan, D. A. 


,t 


Ryan, James 


Bonavista. 


Ryan, N. B. 


it 


Scott, Robert ... 


Fogo. 


Shears, F. H. ... 


Open Hall- 


Skelton, Hon. Dr. G. 


St. John's. 


Smith, John 


Brigus. 


Snelgrove, Norman W. ... 


Catalina. 


Somerton, Frederick 


u 


Templeman, Philip 


Bonavista. 


Thompson, William H. ... 


Harbor Grace. 


Tulk, William ... 


Burgoyne's Cove, Smith's Sound. 


Wheeler, J. B. ... 


Musgrave Harbor. 


White, Dr. Robeit 


Trinity. 


Winsor, Thomas ... ... 1 


Exploits. 



Justices of the Peace. — Notaries. 



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For the Southern District. 



Name. 


Residence. 


Angwin, W. K.... 


Bay of Islands. 


Bishop, James H. 


Flat Islands, Placentia Bay. 


Bradshaw, John P. 


Placentia. 


Brinston, Emanuel 


Sound Island, Placentia Bay. 


Burke, Denis ... 


St. Jacques. 


Cotter, George J. 


Channell. 


Doyle, James ... 


Codroy. 


Furneaux, Richard 


Rose Blanche. 


Haddon, Henry J. 


Fortune. 


Hirst, Edward ... 


Bay St. George. 


Hutchings, James 


Cape Breton, N. S. 


Inkpen, James, jr. 


Burin. 


LeMessurier, Henry W. ... 


St. John's. 


Murphy, James L. 


Trepassey. 


Murphy, Patrick 


Little Placentia. 


Pittman, Cyrus C. 


Lamaline. 


Pennej', George... 


Ramea. 


Roach, J. F. 


Branch. 


Sinnott, Edward 


Placentia. 


Winsor, John 


Ferrvland. 


Wilton, G.W 


Bonne Bay. 



NOTARIES. 



Name. 



Jurisdiction. 



Residence. 



Ashbourne, William 
Averv, Simeon, J. P. 
Ayre; G. W. B., LL.B 
Barron, Laurence 
Blackwood, J. P. 
Bremner, R. S. 
Burt, Harry 
Carter, James 
Clift, J. Aug., K.C. 
Clift, T. B. 
Conroy, Charles O'N. 
Dickinson, Gustavus 
Doyle, Edward 
Emerson, Hon. C, H. 



H. 



K.C 



Island 



Southern District 
Island 

Northern District 
Island 



Northern District 
Island 



Twillingate. 
Burin. 

St. John's. 
Carboneai'. 
St. John's. 

Botwood. 



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Notaries. 



Our Mail Order System 'Taps' the 



Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Residence. 


Fenelon, John 


Island 


St. John's. 


Forsey, (1 R., J.P. 


u 


Grand Bank. 


(jlarcin, Thomas A. 


Southern District 


Bonne Bay. 


Gihbs, Hon. M. P. 


Island 


St. John's. 


Greene, Hon. D. J., K.C.:... 


It 


it 


Hart, Jolin 


Northern District 


King's Cove. 


Hirst, Edward ... 


Southern District 


St George. 


Hutching^ C. H., K.C. ... 


Island 


St. John's. 


Jardine, John ... 


Northern District 


iBay Roberts. 


Keating, J. W. ... 


Island 


Channell. 


Keats, Alphonsus 


Southern District 


Presque. 


Knight, H. E. ... 


Island 


St. John's. 


Kelly, W. O^D 


li 


tt 

• 


Lilly, Qeorga R. 


11 


iTrinity. 


Lockyer, J. 1). ... 


(t 


.Herring Neok. 


Mackey, J. 


Northern District 


. Carbonear. 


Maruli, Levi, J.P. 


Island 


. Bay of Islands. 


Mew.s, F. A. 


' u 


ISt. John's. 


McGrath, J. J. ... 


u 


J 


MifHen, LJ 


(( 


. Greenspond. 


McNeily, A. J. W., K.C. ... 


(( 


. St. John's. 


Morison, Hon. U. 


(( 


tt 


O'Driscoll, P. C. 


(1 


It 


Oke, W. A 


u 


. Harbor Grace. 


Percy, John K. ... 


tl 


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Peyton, Thomas 


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Prowse, Kenneth R. 


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Rendell, A. S. ... 


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Robinson, Hon. J. A. 


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Scott, William J. 


Northern District 


.iTwillingate. 


Squarey, Robert, J.P. 


Island 


.jChannell. 


Squires, R. A., LI. B. 


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.St. John's. 


Stone, Aaron 


Northern District 


. Fogo. 


Swyers, H. J. 


Island 


. Bonavista. 


Thompson, J. P. (J.P.) ... 


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Warren, W. R. ... 


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Weeks, 'Hamilton 
White, Charles ... 


Southern District 
Northern District 




. Twillingate. 


Wilton, G. W 


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.Bonne Bay. 


Winter, Sir J. S., K.C. ... 


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CONSTABULARY. 

Office : Fort Townshend, St. John's. 

Inspector-General — John Sullivan, J. P. 

Superintendent — William Grimes. 

Secretary and Accountant — George Coughlan. 

Allocation of Districts and how manned 

Central Station, No. 1. 



Inspector-General 
Superintendent ... , 

District Inspector 
Head Constable 

Eastern Station, No. 2. 
Head Constable-s 
Acting Sergeant 
Constables 

Total Force 



Sergeants 
Acting Sergeant 
Detective 
Constables 



12 I Constables 

... 49 meu. 



1 
10 



Western Station, No. 3. 

Head Constable ... ... 1 

Sergeant ... ... 1 



13 



Harbor Grace Force. 
Sub-Inspector 
Acting Sergeant 
Constables 

Total 



I Carbonear FoROfi. 

1 \ Head Constable 
1 I Acting Sergeant 
4 Constables 

6 ' Total 



Recapitulation. 



Inspector-General 
Superintendent 
Sub-Inspector 
District Inspectors 
Head Constables 



1 ; Sergeants 

1 i Acting Sergeants 
l! Clerk 

2 i Constables 
6 , Messenger 

Total Force 



... 8 

... 8 

... 1 

... 74 

... 1 

...102 



Hours on and hours off Duty. 

On Duty. 

Early Duty— From 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. 
Day'Dutv— From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., first relief. 

" ' — From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., second relief. 

(I — Erom 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., all available. 
Night Duty— From 11 p.m to 6 a.m. 



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Off Doty. 

Early Duty — ]""roui 11 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

Day Duty — From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., second relief. 

" — From 2 p.m. to H p.m., first relief. 
Early Duty — From 2 p.m. till tolbwing morning to 10 a.m. 
Night Duty — From 2 p.m. till followinj,' morning to 10 a.m. 

" — From 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

N. B. — The above rules also ap})ly to Har bor Grace. 
Outport Stations. 



Locality. 


Police Force. 


I 

Local Constables. 


Tilt Cove 


Constable Thomas Walsh. 




Little Bay 


Constable John Dewling. 




Twillin^'ate 


Head Cons. N. Petten. 




Fogo 


ConstaVilo Win. Shave. 




Greenspoml 


Constable .Idlin Simmons. 




Gambo 


Constable Thomas Forsey. 




Tickle Cove 




Adam C. Skeffington. 


King's Cove 


Constable Thomas Muiphv. 


Bonavista 


Constable Jas. Fitzgerald. 




Catalina 


Constable Stephen White. 




Trinity 


Acting Sergt. John Ryan. 




Heart's Content ... 


Constable Thomas Wells. 




Old Perlican 


Constable A. March. 




Blackhead 




R Curtis 


Bay Bulls 


Constable A. Fahey. 




Bay de Verde 


Constable A. Green. 




Lower Island Cove .. 


. 


H Garland 


Carbonear 


Head Cons. A. Newhook, 

1 Acting Sergeant, 

2 Constables. 




Harbor Grace 


Sub-Inspector Bailey, 
1 Acting Sergeant, 
4 Constables. 




Riverhead, H. Grace 






Spaniard's Bay 
Bay Roberts 


Constable E. MitHen 


S. Gosse 


Constable Levi Sheppard. 




Brigus 


Constable R. Bishop. 




Kelligrews 


Cons. Thos. Greene. 




Harbor Main 


Const. Edmund Quinlan. 


James Murphv. 


Holy rood 


Sergeant Loughlin. 




Portugal Cove 
Tor bay 




William Hibbs. 

D McGrire 




Pouch Cove ... 




H. Balduin. 



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Locality. 


Police Force. 


Local Constables. 


Bell Island j 


Sergeant J. B. Cox. 
Constable John Morrissey. 




Cape Broyle 


Constable Wm. Chafe. 




Feiryland 




J. Sullivan, sr. 


Renewse 


Constable T. Lynch 


Kdward Johnson. 


Fernieuse 




D. Trainor. 


Trepas'^ey 


Constable James Brennan. 




Salmonier 


Constable A. Stapleton. 




Placentia 


Sergeant James Kent. 




Red Island 




J. Ryan. 


Burin 


Constable Geo. Bartlett. 


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St. Lawrence 


Constable Wm. O'Farrell. 


E. Pike. 


Lamaline 




Wm. G. Pittman. 


Grand Bank 


Constable George Bennett. 




Belleorani 


Constable Walter Dawe. 




Harbor Briton 


Cons. Archibald Gardner. 




Rose Blanche 




James Le Moine. 


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Pori aux Basques ... 


Cons. Andrew Humbea. 




Channell 


Actg Sergt. John Crane. 




Ray St. George 


Actg Sergt. Geo. Goodland. 




Curling 


District Inspector Bartlett. 




K 


Constable Rod. Quinlan. 




Bonne Bay 


Constable Thos. Walters. 




Lewisporte 


Constable Jacob Cram. 




Botwood 


Constable Fred. Churchill. 




Grand Falls 


Constable W. Martin. 





CONSTABULARY FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent — Michael Dunn. 

District Chiefs — Ford Winsor ; James Taebble ; Patrick Kane. 

Sergeants — Joseph Horwood ; Levi Caines. 



Central Station, No. 1. 

1 Superintendent. 
I District Chief. 
1 Engineer. 
9 Constables. 
4.3 " Reserve '' men. 
7 Horses and equipments. 
1 SteaHi Fire Engine. 
1 Chemical Engine. 

1 Set of Extension Ladders. 

2 Hose Reels. 



1 Express Waggon. 
1 Hose Waggon. 

21 " Gameweii" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

Eastern Station, No. 2. 
1 District Chief. 
1 Sergeant. 
5 men. 

22 " Reserve " men. 

3 Horses and equipments, 

1 Ambulance Waggon. 

2 Hose Reels. 



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1 Waggon. 

1 Set of Extensiou Laildeos. 
14 "Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

Western Station, No. 3. 

1 District Chief. 
1 Sergeant. 
1 Engineer. 
6 men. 
30 " Reserve " men. 
4 Horses and ef^uipments. 

1 Steam Fire Engine. 

2 Ho.se Reels. 

1 Horse Waggon. 
1 Set ExteUBion Lailders. 
23 " Gamewell " Fire Alarm Boxes. 

South Side. 

1 Hand Fire Engine. 

2 Hoge Reels. 



1 Set Ladders. 
35 •' Reserve " men. 

Sub-Station (Cooksto\«4i Road.) 
1 Steam Fire Engine. 
1,000 feet Hose, Branch Pipes. 
1 Hose Reel. 
1 Winter Hose Reel. 
1 Alarm Gong. 

Recapitulation. 

1 Chief Offiaer. 
1 Superintendent. 
3 District Chiefs. 
23 men. 
130 "Reserve" men. 



Total Force 158— 
58 " Gamewell 
Boxes. 



14 Horses and 
' Fire Alarm 



Colonial Penitentiary, St, John's. 



!>upennteMlent — A. A. Parsons, J. P. 
Deputy Superintendent and Trades- 
warden— Thtio. F. Thompson. 
Surgeon — Dr. L. E. Keegan. 
First Warden — Michael Manning. 

IVatrh^nan- 



Seeond IFarden — Geo. Hiid.son. 
I Turnkeys — D. Crotty, Jas Oakley. 

Third Turnkey and Orderly — 
R. Hammond. 

Matron — Miss Elizabeth Dunphy. 
-John Walsh. 



Outport Gaolers. 



Tivillingate — Head Con. N. Petten. 
Greenspond — K. Carter. 
Bonavista- Con. J a*. Fitzgerald. 
Trinity — Acting Sergeant J. Ryan. 
Harbor Grace— -5. Trapnell. 
Harbor Gract — Turnkey — L. Parsons. 
jy/tju«- -Constable B. Bishop. 



Ferryland — G. Geary. 
Placentia — Edward Collins. 
Bunn — Cons. George Bartlett. 
Har. Briton — Cons. Aich. Gardner. 
Channell — Actg Sergt. John Crane. 
Gaol Surgeon, Harhor Grace — 
Dr. W. H. Parsons. 



2Df})actment of finance anD CuiSJtomief. 

Minister of Finance and Customs — Hon. M. P. Cashin. 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. 

General Office : Customs' Building. 
OfiBce Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Deputy Minister of Finance — J. S. Keating. 

Accountant of Contingencies and Inland Kevenue Clerk — Geo. Bursell, 
Typeivriter — Miss May Cooke. 



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Public Debt Office, Finance Departmeat. 

Interest on DeVientures paiil on 2n(l d-AV of January and 1st day of 
July in each year, those days not being Sundays. 

Treasury Board. 

Chairman — Hon. M. P. Cashin, Minister of Finance and Customs 
(ex officio). 

Hon. R. Watson, Colonial Secretary. 

Hon. D. Morison, K.C, Minister of Justice. 

Hon. J. C. Crosbie. 

CUSTOMS' DEPARTMENT. 

Office : Custo.m House, Water Street. 

Office Hours : St. John's 9 30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Assist. Collector and Dep. Min. of Customs— V{. VV. LeMessurier, J. P. 

First i^Urk and Warehouse Keeper— James Cormack. 

Second Clerk and Cashier — J. Noonan. 

Third Clerk- E. Tavlor. 

Fourth Clerk— \\. R. Firth. 

Fifth Clerk- VV. G. Dryer. 

Hixth Clerk — 

First Statistical Clerk — A. B. LeMessurier. 
Secovd Statistical Clerk— Geotge E. Moores. 
Assistant Statistical Clerk — T. P. Jackman. 

C. H. Renouf. 
Inspector of Customs — Hon. W. J. S. Donnelly. 
Inspector of Revenue Protective Service— J. O'Keilly, J. P., T.S.O. 
Landing Surveyor — W. R. Stifling 
Tide Surveyor — H. J. Watts. 
First Landing Waiter — A. Vincent. 
Second Landing Waiter — J. J. Fox. 
Raihvay Manifest Clerk— F. J. O'Neil. 
Clerk in Landing Surveyor's Office — Mark Puddister. 
Examining Officer — James Jardine 
Assistant Examiner — J. C. Carter. 
Storekeeper — T. Broderick. 
Locker-T. CnfUn. 

First Assistant Locker— F. McGrath. 
Second AssistatU Locker— '^i. Kelly. 
Third Assistant Locker— G. Wright. 
Housekeeper— Mrs. McGregor. 
Authorized Broker— Robert Power. 

Sub-Collectors. 

Bay of Islands— A. McEachren. j Belleoram—J. Curnew. 

Bay Eoberts—W. Parsons. | Bishop's Falls— 'E. B. Colbourne. 

Bell Island— F. F. Berteau. I Blanc Sablon—B. Parsons. 



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Bonavista — R. Brown. 

Bonne Bay — W. White. 

Botuxiod — Tlionia.s Aiitle. 

BriyusS. E. Chafe. 

Britannia Cove — J. Lea wood. 

Burgeo — J. 0. Cunningham. 

Burin — W. PhhI. 

■Gajte Broyle—i. T. Carew. 

Carhoneur- L BjiiTon. 

Ghannell — T. Super. 

Clarenville — A. W. Eaile. 

Conception Harbor — P. Wade. 

Codroy—E. J. Gillii«. 

Exploits Burnt Idand — A. Freeman. 

Ferryland — M. White. 

Flowers Covn—F. Cox. 

Fogo — A. Stone. 

Gamho — M. J. Nnrr,.nt. 

GaxUtois — W. R. Andrews. 

Glenwond — 

Grand Hnnk~(i. R. Foisev. 
Grand Falls- N. Pike. 
Greenspond— I). Blandford. 
Hunt's Harbor — .lames Tuck. 
Harhor Brelon — ('. Wav. 
Harbor Buffett—W. McK. Chambers. 
Harbor Grace — W. Ward. 
Herrinij Neck — M. Sijniiis. 
Holyrood — W. Joy. 
Humhermonth — W. C. Gear. 
King's Boin' — H. F. Colbourne. 
Labrador— J. Gosse. 



Lamaline — C. C. Pitman. 
Lark Harbor — H. Norman. 
Lawn — J. Benning. 
La Poile~Q. F. Read. 
La Scie — D. P. Dnggan. 
Leu-infiorte — W. W. Bradley. 
Little Bay—W. G. Duder.' 
Marystoicn — J. E. Long. 
Nipper's Harbor — H. H. Batstone. 
Noms' Ann — Charles Pittman. 
Oderin — F. W. Power. 
Filley's Islaml-V^\ G. Duder. 
Plarentia — E. Sinnott. 
Port au Port — A. S. DuBordieu. 
J Port anx Basques — M. Pike. 
Port Hhnidford — James Rowsell. 
Port Saunders — W. J. Gailand. 
Presque — T. Sullivan. 
Pushtlirough — J. Camp. 
Ramea — A. FL Ingraham. 
Rigoidette — Wm. Gieene. 
Robinson's Head — C. Reaouf. 
Sandy Point— A. Tilley. 
St. Anthony — N. Simms. 
St. Georges— A. O'Reilly. 
St. Jacques — 11. R. Clinton. 
Stone's (hve — F. Dinham. 
Soii7id Island— H. T. Butt. 
Tilt Cove — W. Cunningliam. 
Trinity — George Christian. 
Ticillingaie — A. J. Peaice. 
JVood'sLland-T. M. Costello. 



Preventive Officers: 



Bay Bulls— I F. William... 
Gatalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Heart's Oontent—G. G. Rendell. 
King's Cove — R. Lawton. 
Little River — J. J. Uoyle. 
Renews— Y,. O'Leary. 
Rose Blanche — R. Furneaux. 
Fortune — (Tef.tge Vey. 
Garnish — B. A. Brazil. 



Harhor Main—,]. Kennedy. 

Little Placentia 

Salmonier — James White. 

Salvage — J. Burden. 

St. Lawrence — M. Vavasour. 

St. Marys — W. Hogan. 

Trepassey- -J. L. Murphy. 

IFestern Bny—L. G. T. Cruminey. 

IVhitbourne — H. L. Leslie. 



Registrar of Shipping, Nevyfoundland, 

H. W. LeMessurier, Registrar ; , Clerk. 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve. 

(Vacant.) 



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Surveyors of Shipping, 



Little Bay—\Y. G. Duder. 
Exploits — A. Freeman. 
Twillingnte to Change Islands - 

A. J. Pearce. 
Fogo—A. Cook. 

Salvage to Cape Freeh — 

King's Cove — R. Lawton. 
Catalina — A. J. Ciocker. 
Britannia Cove — J. Leavvood. 
Trinity — G. Christian. 
.Cavhonear — L. Barron. 



Harbor Grace — W. Ward. 

Burin — W. Paul. 

Fortune — H. J. Haddon. 

Grand Bank — G. R. Forsey. 

Belleoram — A. G. Cunningham. 

Harbor Breton — C. Way. 

Rose Blanche — Richard Furneaux. 

Burgeo — J. C. Cunnin5ham. 

Channell — G. T. James. 

Bay of Islands — A. McEachren. 

Bonne Bay~W. White. 



Surveyors of Passenger Accommodation. 
E. English, 



SDrpartmcnt of ^ilgricuUurc and Sl^incjEf. 

Office: Mdsedm Building. Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines — Hon. S. D. Blandford. 

Deputy Head—George E. Turner, J. P. 

First Clerk — Thomas J. Thorburu. 

Second Clerk— .L W McNeily. 

Accountant— 3. L. Haddon. 

Typist— ii. Hart. 

Surveyor to Dejrarimeni— Francis H. Ballour. 

Director of Geological Suney and Curator of Museum — Jas. P. Howley, 

F.G.ri. 
First Surveyor- -WiUiam Noel. 
Second Surveyor — Henry J. Duder. 
Timber and Mill Inspectors— D-Avid Tln'stle, G. Plullip-^. 
Messenger — John Maher. 
(Jhief iVoods i?a?i(/er— Thomas Howe. 

Newfoundland Agricultural Board. 
Hon, S. D. Blandford, J. F. Downey, A. H Seymour, R. J. Devereux, 

iF. H. Simms, Secretary. 

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



•Officers of the Department of Agri- 
culture and Mines. 
Bay of Islands- G. E. Sanders. 
^ay Roberts— K. Calpin. 



Bonavista — C. E. Thompson. 

Bonne Bay — 

Brigus — J. P. Hearn. 
Burgeo— G. K. White. 



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Burin — G. M. Goddard. 

" — Simeon Avery. 
Burgoyne's Cove — William Tulk. 
Bell Island — Thomas J. Nurse. 

" — Peter Qiiigley. 

Bishop's Falls — J. J. O'SuUivan,. 

R. U. Philips. 
Ga^ye Broyle — J. R. Hussey. 
Garbonear — O. A. JMoulton. 
Oatalina- -A. J. Crocker. 
Vhannell — R. T. Squarey. 
Oharlottetown—S. Spracklin. 
Fogo — Thomas Lucas. 
Fortune — H. J. Haddon. 
Gander Bay— J. W. Webh. 
Grand Falls— W. Scott, C.E. 

Michael Sullivan. 
Harbor Breton — C. Way. 
Harbor Grace — J. B. Coady. 
Heart's Content— C. G. Renddl. 
King's Cove — Richard Lawton. 
Jackson's Curr, N. D. Ikiij — Lorenzo 

New hook. 
Lance Cove, Smith's Sound — E. T. 

Gardner. 
Lcivisporte- A'fred Young. 
Little Plarritiii( — A.. L. Keats. 
Lower Island < 'lire — A. G. Hudson. 
- Hedley Garland. 



Millville — J. Murphy. 
Musgrave Harbor — J. B. Wheeler. 
Marystown—'M. J. Flynn. 
Norris' Arm — A. C. Constable. 
Open Hall — Henry Miles. 
Placentia—W. F.O'ReiUy. 
Pilky's Island— H. M. Herbert. 
Pool's Island— Jos. Davis. 
Port Blandford—T. Howe. 
Ilenev:se — Garrett Jacknian. 
Rose Blanche — R. Fui neaux. 
Salvage Bay — Jos. H. T. Moss. 
Spaniard's Bay—B. B. Squires. 

St. Brendan's — 

St. George — J. A. Whelan. 

St. John's— Otto Emerson ; A. F. Y. 

Long; W.H. Taylor ;C. A. White; 

W. F. Canning; W. P. Ryan; John 

Holden; Albert J. Bayly; M.J. 

James; G. S. Sara. 
Siceet Bay — Joliffe Quinton. 

Topsail — 

Torbay — J. Roche. 
Trepaseey — D. Pennell. 
Trinity — Samuel Hussey. 
Tu-illinoate — Thomas Peyton. 
" " J. A. S. Peyton. 

E. P. Peyton. 
Whitbourne — David Thistle. 



Museum. 

('/07,/, .1 !'. H-ulev, F.G.S. 

Ki''-'jii'i ~ Hobfit Tiiucher. 

I'liretaker Miiseuui Building — W. Duggan. 

I ij.fti tn the jMililic tivery day from 10 a.m. iu 1 p.m., and from 2 p.m. 
to 4 p m. 

Surveyors of Lnmber, 



Adam's Cor*;— George Moores. 
Alexander Bay-Ykior Roach. 
John Whelan. 
W M. Dewey. 
Avondale — W. S. Claike. 

Harold Clarke. 
Badger Bay — Wm. Campbell. 
C. M. Campbell. 
V. M. Campbell. 
Barr'd Islands — Andrew Mead. 



j Blac/,head—\V R]ter Crammy. 

G. W. Butt. 
' Bay ftf Isktvds — John Fisher. 
\ James Knight. 

j Joseph Fisher. 

; Joseph Gribble. 

; Joseph Petipas. 

Clarence Elloid. 
j Baie Verte — W. J. Jacknian. 
I Bay Boberts— Thomas Wilcox. 



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Bay Roberts—.]. Russell (of Elijah.) 
B. Mercer. 
A. Wilcox. 
Wm. Eaile. 
Bay Roberts JVest — Isaac Sparks. 
Bay du Nord — R. Dunford. 

J. V. Drivine. 
Bell Island — J. I). Coleman. 

Kichanl D. Costigan. 
S. K. LeDrew. 
Birchy Cove — Pierce Power. 
Bishop's Falls— J. A. Liiiflill. 
Bonavista — Chas. E. Thompson. 

Robert Brown. 
Bonne Bay — '.Vni. Stamford. 

R. Sheppard. 
Botiooodville — Abner Lacey. 
A. J. Harvey. 
A. D. Saigeant. 
W. H. Monroe. 
James Monroe. 
Brigus — James Fardy. 

Benjamin French. 
R iiartlett. 
Brooklyn — A. 0. Pye. 
Broad Gove N. — Gregory Squires. 
Burin — R. H. Parsons. 
Thomas Avery. 
S. A. Dai by. 
E. A. Winter. 
E. Burgess. 

Burnt Arm — Stanley LeDrew. 
Campbellton — Thomas James. 
Alfied Yiiung. 
George Manuel. 
danada Bay—^m. Fillier. 
■Carbonear — George Best. 

James R. Guj-. 

Mark Taylor. 

Walter W. Whelan. 

Frank B. Pike. 

'Catalina — A. J. Crocker. 
Victor Maitin' 

Ghannell—E. Bragg. 
€larke's Beach— Qeovge Mugford. 
W. J. Jerrett. 

-Clode Sound — James B. Rowsell. 
James Burrey. 



Colinet — Lemuel Simmonds. 
John Sparks. 
H. W. Simmonds. 
Corner Brook — Patrick Power, jr. 

N. Young. 
Cupids- J. Badcock. 
John Kelly. 
P. J. Feehan. 
Deer Lake — John J. Ivany. 
Dog Bay—D. TiUey. 
Bliiston—A. J. Way. 
Englee — James Dower. 

W. Gillard. 
Fair Islands— Caleb Cutler. 
John Brown. 
Fortune — J. L. Bennett. 
Freshwater, Bay-de- Verd — 0. ParsouK 
Gambo — A. Piitchett. 
M. C. Martin. 
Job C. Pritchett. 
Thomas Curran. 
Thomas Harty. 
Gander bay — John W. Webb. 
George's Pond — L. Moxfield. 
Glovertown — Theoph. Janes. 
Greens Harbor — W. Drover. 
Grand Falls— W. W. Whelan. 

W. R. Colbourne. 
Greenspond — Walter G. Osmond. 
J</lin Sainsbury. 
R. Humphries. 
James Gianter. 
E Pitman. 
Grand Lake—W. F. Sipiires. 

A. G. G. Benson. 
Hall's Bat/— Henry Claike. 

G. S. Thistle. 
Harbor Grace — J. B. Cody. 
A. Rodgers. 
W . E. Carson. 
George Pyna. 
Harbor M<iin — J .hn Quinlan. 
Haricot— 0. Rmt. 

G. oimmons. 
Heart's Content — James H. Moore. 
G. J. Young. 
M. George. 
Heart's Delight — A. Pitman. 
A. Case. 



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Heart's Desire— T]\iiui»>- (J.orj^e. 
Horwood — John E. C-iicr. 
Robert F^iki^ 
George Catei-. 
Jackson's Arm (W. B.)—K La.sh. 
Jog Butt's Arm — AniV ruse Coffin. 
Kelligrews — Wni. HiMi- 
Kiiuj's Point, S. W. Arm, (Irren Bay — 
R. Batstone, F. R. Tlii^tk-, 
Adolplius Yates. 
Little Bay, N. D. Buy—U A. Strong 
Leading Tidies — Leari'lcr IJowsell. 

Wrii, hmuiiiig. 
Lewisporte — U. Frtak. 

J. W. No.st^woi thy. 
J. T. Peatce. 
Litlle PUu-entia—Thi-if. Kelly. 
Loon Bay—W. G. Roberts. 
Main River — AliiM)ii Punlv. 
Millntown—Q. K. Cluilk. " 
Moreton's Harbor — W. S. French. 
Musfjrare Hr. - N. W. H. Gillingham 
Musijravetown — B. Stead. 
Marystoicn — G. Gover. 
Northern Arm, Exploits Bay — 

W. Manuel. 
New Bay, N. W. Arm— 5. Churchill 
New Bay, ti. W. Arm—io^. Bagg.s. 
Jas. Andrews. 
O. Stuck Ie.ss. 
J. H. Andrews. 
J. Thumpson. 

N orris' .i iliI. Ross. 

A. C. Constable, 
Notre Davie Junction — A. Freeman. 
Uld Perlican—^Viu. Beckttt. 
Paqiiet — H. Mercer. 
Pilley's Island — V\\\V\\) Pride. 
Charles Tucki 
David Sutton, 
I'lacentia — C. Sinnott. 
T. Pollery. 
J. Drover. 

Thos. Kelly (S. E. Arm) 
Point Leamington— J SlS. Andrews. 

J no. Hutch croft 
J. B. McFarlane, 
Pool's Island— J. B. Davis. 
pool's Island (F. B.)—G. Banbury. 



Port aux Basques — W. Vardy. 
Robinson's Head — G. M. Sherrs. 
Rocky Harbor — James Shears. 
Safe Harbor — P. Bourne. 
Seal Bay, N. D. £.— Roland Robert? 

W. H.dliinore. 
Seldom-Come- By — VJ. A. R'.we. 
Shoal Harbor — L. Lowe. 
Shoal Bay, B. B. — Harrison Smith. 
Smith's Sound — T B. R. Stone. 
SjKiniard's Bay — M. Ryan. 

Nath. Gosse. 

Mark Gosse. 
Springdale, N.D.B. — John Grimes. 

S. Clarke. 
St. George— G. K. Dalton. 
A. Duba-qne. 
St. Marys— P. J. Pouer 
Sandy Point — John McLennon. 
Willred LeR,.n.\. 
South River — Wm. Aiuliews. 

St. John's — John Badcock. 
A. R. Barnes. 
Edwin Blackler. 

E. Best. 
John Collins. 
James Co,-tello. 
Duncan Cook. 

F. J. Doyle. 
J. G. Dwver. 
Jnhn Gribble, 
Maurice Halleren. 
Albert Horwood. 
(ieorge A. T>illy. 

T. A.^ lk«i. I,,;,.. 

Wm. Mooie,>. 

G. \V. Mews. 
Wni O'Connor. 
G. T. Pbillip:^, 
Robert Pittniapi. 
Edward Skinner. 
C. W. Sniallwood, 
G. G. Short. 
Michael Walsh. 
Wm. Watson. 

Eli Whiteway. 
Henry J. Vavasseur. 
Haioid W. Horwood. 
Tiezard't Harbor — R. Small. 



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Torbay — John Roche. 
Trinity— E. T. Giangcf. 
Tu-illingate — E. MaTim-l. 

T. PeytMii. 

A. H" Pevtnn. 

A. A. Power. 
U-ppcr Island Gove — A. Urane. 



Wesleyville — W. C. Wi riser. 
Western Bay — M. H. Lvnch. 

G. Ferry (Of G.) 

J. Lynch. 

John Lynch. 
Whitbourne — J. J. St. John. 

R. H. Gobse. 



SDepactmcnt of M^atiut aiiD f islifrif^. 

Office : v^'usTOirs' Building. 

Office IIoius ... ... ... 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minuter of Marine and Fisheries — A. W. Piccott. 

Superintendent of Fisheries — A. C. Goodridge. 

Secretary—^. W. Piowse, KG. 

Accountant — H. V. Iliitchinf;.*. 

Second Clerk — Th<jnias Devine. 

Store];eeper — H. Gosse. 

Inspector of Liijhthouses — R. White. 

Clerk te Inspector of Liijhthouses — W. Rogersors. 

Lighthouse Mechanician — T. C/Ornick. 

Inspectors of Boilers — A. McL«chl-"i rnnl T* i\! AfMrF.uluip. 

Messenger — Leo CoV'iiett. 

Steno;;' ■ ' ' ' ' ''' '-J. J. Ca.j.,;. 

Fisheries' Board. 

President— '.lai'iiie and Fit^heries, ex o/// McDougall,. 

Hon. M. P. Casino, W. U. VVinsor, M.H.A., W. C. Job, E. G. brraut, M.H.A. 

Examiners for graming Certificates to Engineers. 
A. McLachlan and D. M. Macfarlane. 



Inspectors of Pickled 

Greenspond — Mark Dawden. 

King's Gove — Michael Martin. 

Trinity — George Oakley. 

Garbonear — W. C. Hawker, G. Soper, 
John Kennealy, J. Udell, L. Taj'^- 
lor, N. Penney. 

Harbor Grace — Ed. Parsons, John 
Sheppard, Henry Garland, Mat- 
thew Martin, .lohn Coady. 

Bay Roberts — Henry Dawe. 

Salmon Coi>«— Daniel Kennedy. 

St. JoA?i's— Michael Murphy, Mich'l 
Linegar, James Moore, Robt. Col- 



Fish and Fish Oils. 

ford, P. McGrath, Jas. McFarlane, 
Stephen Rogers, Leonard Taylor, 
Frederick Rowe, John Gear)', Jas. 
Moore, Michael Wall, R. Marshall, 
J. Chafe. 

St. Jacques — J. C. Noseworthy. 

Belleoram — Levi Cluett. 

Bay St. George— E. Fillatre, William 
Parsons, Edvvard Bntt. 

Lark Harbor — George Sheppard. 

Bay of Islands — Wni. H. Messervey. 

Bonne Bay — Francis Cox. 



192 Mercantile Marine Office. — Com of Wrecked Property. 

Pathe Gramaphones and B^ecords.— 

S. S. " Fiona." 

Captain — E. Englisli, jr. I Chief Evgineer — J. Martin. 

Chief Officer — P. Ohrift(ii)lier. | Ship's Hudiand- Capt. E. English, sr 

Newfoundland Government and Lloyds' Surveyor 
and Inspector of Shipping. 

A. Boyd. 

Game Protection and Inland Fisheries' Board. 

The Minister of Maiine and Fisjieries, ex officio. 
A. J. W. .McNeilv, K.C. F. McNaniaia, J. W. Peuney, 

J. R. Bennett, M.U A W. H. Bartlett, .1. F. Tonipk'ius, 

Dr. L. E. Keef^aii, W. Siimott, N. Fisher, 

T. Winter, (}. E Mottv, Dr. C. Fitzgerald, 

W. J. Can oil, \V. B. ISclater, R. Mosdell. 

Mercantile Marine and Shipping Office. 

Offite : Customs' Building, King's Wharf. 

Office Hours : 10 to 3. 

Siqit. of Mercantile Meirine and Shipping Master — Frederick Caiter. 

Commissioners of Wrecked Property. 

Ijuhrador — Snug Harbar to Indian Tickle — G. Taylor. 

" Indian Tickle to Pack's Harbor — R. M:Rae. 

" Pack's Harbor, exc, to Gape Harrison, exc.— Q. Apsey. 
Blanc Sablon to Chateau — 



Cape John to Pilley's Island (both inclusive) — W. G. Duder. 

Twillingate — William Baird. 

Fogo, Little Fogo, Indian and Change Islands — Aaron Stone. 

■Cape Freels to Cape Farewell, including Penguin and JVadham Islands- 
Henry Robbins. 

Salvage to Cape Bonavista—D. A. Ryan, J. P. 

Cape Bouavista to English Head—W. S. Jones. 

Tickle Point to Heart's Content, inclusive — Moses Parsons. 

Heart's Content to Grate's Gove 

Grate's Point to Broad Gove, Blackhead Bay — John Ryan. 

Harbor Grace to Kelligrews — John Jardine, J. P. 

Cape Spear to Bay Bulls — Henry Chafe. 

Bay Bulls to La Manche — Michael Burke. 

La Manche to Fermeuse, exclusive — 

Fermeuse, inclusive, to Cape Race, exclusive — Edward Leary. 



Covimissioners of Pilots. — Pilots — Bates of Pilotage. 193 

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Gape Race, inclusive, to Broad Coev, St. Mary's Bay — James Murphy. 
Broad Gove, St. Mary's Bay, ex., to to Point Lance, inc. — J. J. Bishop. 
Point Lance to Point Verde, exclusive — Patrick Rourke. 
Point Verde, inclusive, to Eioshoon, inclusive — John Handrick. 
Point May to Garnish — Eli Harris. 
District of Fortune Bay — C. Waj'. 

Burgeo Division, District of Burgeo and La Poile — M. H. Genge. 
Ghannell (Gape Ray to Goal River) — J. W. Keating. 

By sec. 2, Con. Stat. (?econrl series), the senior Customs' Officer resid- 
ing in or near any district in which there is no Wreck Commissioner, ie 
empowered to act as Commissioner ; and in the event of his inability from 
illness to be present at the locality of the wreck, he ma}' appoint, by wri- 
ting under his hand, any person to act in his stead. 

Commissioners of Pilots. 

St. John's— George Shea, Ghairman ; The Minister of Marine and Fish- 
eries, Hon. John Harris, Hon. R. B. Job, Edward English, Secretary. 
Fogo — J. W. Hodge, J. P., Wm. Earle, Aaron Stone. 
Pilley's hland—C. F. Taylor, J. Colbourne, E. Herbert. 
Lewisporte — W. W. Bradley, N. Turner, Uriah Freake. 

Pilots, St. John's. 

One Motor Boat to remain on Station continuously. 

Wm. Lewis, W. Vinicombe, G. Lewis, Joseph Goss, 

Fred. Lewis, F. Leary, J. Furlong, W. Broderick, 

E. Lewis. P. Horwood, F. Jackman, J. Brown. 

Table of Rates of Pilotage of Vessels in and out of St. John's. 

New Measurement. Rates Cy. 

On vessels from 350 to 400 tons ... $16.00 
Do from 400 to .f^OO tons ... 18.75 
Do from 500 to 600 tons ... 21.35 
Do from 600 to 700 tons ... 24.00 
Do from 700. to 800, tons ... 26.76 

Over that size — for^every 100 tons 

additional 1 . 35 

And on no sailing vessel is the 

pilotage to exceed 32.00 

And 10 per cent, on above rates additional. 

Steamers shall pay pilotage on their net tonnage, as in the case of 
sailing vessels. 

Steamers employed iu the fisheries of the Colony shall be exempt, 
except when on foreign voyages. 

Coastal steamers shall also be exempt. 

Subsidized mail steamers, in connection with the Colony, shall pay 
on the horse-power, at the rate of eight cents for each horse-power. 



iVew Measurement. Rates Cy. 
■ Ou vessels under 80 tons $5.35 



Do 


from 80 to 100 tons .. 


. 6.70 


Do 


from 100 to 120 tons .. 


. 7.35 


Do 


from 120 to 160 tons .. 


. 8.00 


Do 


from 160 to 200 tons .. 


. S.70 


Do 


from 200 to 240 tons .. 


. 9.35 


Do 


from 240 to 280 tons .. 


. 10.00 


Do 


from 280 to 300 tons .. 


. 10.70 


Do 


from 300 to 350 tons .. 


. 13.35 



194 Tuwage Rates. — Block House. 



Odeon Gramaphones and FSesords— 



All coasting vessels wliich may take pilots, to pay OTie-lialf of the 
above rates of pilotage in proportion to their tonnage. 

The above scale of pilotage shall be i)ayable on the register tonnage 
of all such vessels, as ascertained before going out of the Iihi l"»r. 

His Majesty's vessels under sixth rate .. .. . S12.00 

His Majesty's vessels of fourth, fifth and sixth rate ... 26.00 
His Majesty's vessels of first, second and third rate . . 34.00 



Towage Rates, St. John's. 



Gross Tonnage. 
Vessels from 301 to 350 tons 624.00 



Gross Tonnai/e. 

Vc-isels 60 tons and under .$4.00 

Do from GO to 100 tons (10 cts. 

)ier ton aiMilioniil.) 
Do from 101 to 125 tons 10 00 | Do from 451 to 500 tons .30 00 



Do from 3.')1 to 400 tons 26.00 

Do from 401 to 450 tons 28.00 



Do from 12() to l.')0 tons 12 00 j Do from 501 to 5.50 tons 32.00 

Do from 151 to 175 tons 14.00 { Do from 5.51 to 600 tons 34.00 

Do from 176 to 200 tons 16 00 I Do from 601 to 700 tons 3,8.00 

Do from 201 to 225 tnns 1800 ! Do from 701 to 800 tons 42.00 

Do from 226 to 2.50 tons 20.00' Do from 801 to 900 to!-s . ... 46 00 

Do from 251 to 300 tons 22.00 i Do from 901 to 1,000 tons 50.00 

Vessels requii'ing the steamer to go beyond limits as far as Cape Spear 
to pav one-third additional, and any ve.ssel leqniring to\v:ige beyond the 
Cape to the 8outli or an hi|ii;i1 ili.-tinn' tu tin- Xi,i ; liu ;iiil will \i^ r\i-\vn;\ 
by special agreement. 

The above rates ai>l'ly (Hily to oidinary circuiii>tKnces. Vesselb in 
distress or otherwise disabled will liave to njake spejiai contiact for assist- 
ance. Vessels employing the steamer inwards will be taken outwards ou 
their next voyage at two-thirds of the above rates. Vessels n.sing the 
steamer's hawser, to pay ten per cent, on towage rates for the same. 

In addition to the above rates, one-tliii-d additional will be charged 
during winter months, commencing on t lit- lOi li T)t'ccn,la-i- :i;i,i e liilin y on 
10th April each year. 

N.B. — Special rates will be charged duiing the ice season. 

The owners are not responsible for ariv ' '_ ' ' le vessel 

towed to themselves or otheis. 

Block House, Signal Hill. 

Signalman — Michael Cantwell. 
Assistant Signalman — J. C. Bartlett. 

Description of Signals in Use at the Block House, Signal Hill, 
St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Balls and Flags, hoisted in different po.-itions at the Yard Arm, show 
the number of Sail that are signalled either North or South, viz.: — 
One Sail in sight — Ball close ujj to yard. 



Block House Signals — Harlor Master. 195' 



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Two Sail in sight — Ball midway between j-ani and parapet of Block 
House. 

Three Sail in sight — Yellow Pi'nnant close up to yard. 

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

Five sail in sight— Same as four, with addition of a Ball placed im 
mediately above Pennant. 

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

Sf\cn ^-'.lil in ^i^ht — Sinie a^ fuui-, with addition of a Ball placed im- 
mediately beneath Pennant. 

Eight Sail in sight — Yellow Pennant at Yard Arm; Ball midway 
between Yard Aim and Parapet of Block House. 

Nine Sail in >ight — 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 Pent);. lit at tlie uia.st-hcail denotes a Barque. 

A Blue- Whitr Red Pennant at the mast-head denotes a Barquantine. 

A Eed Penn;nil at the mast-head denotes a Biig. 

A White»Red Pennant at the mast-head denotes ;i Li .j,..;., ...>■. 

A White-Blue l\nnar.t at the mast-head denotes a Topsail Schooner. 

A White Pei'iiant at the mast-head denotes a Schooner. 

A St. George's t!ross at the m^st-head of the Staff denotes a steamer 
in sight frnm Block Hou^^e ; but, when it is hoisted on the Southern 
pole it deridtes that the stt-anier is lu siglit from Cape Spear. A St. George's 
Cross at the nia^t-head and a ball at the end of tlie yard South, denotes 
a steamer South. U lien the ball is at the enil of the yard North it deno- 
tes a steamer North. 

When any National Flag is hoisted above the St. George's Cross, it 
denotes that a. Mhu-^ l-W'ar Steamer, belonging to the nation indicated by 
flag, is in sight. 

When a Mei chant's Hou.-^e-flag is hoisted on the south yard it denotes 
that a vessel belonging 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 leqniied. 

The International Code of Signals is also in use at the Block House, 
and the recognized House Signals of the different merchants. 

Harbor Master and Harbor Dues, St. John's. 
ui'FiCE : customs' building. 

Office Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Harbor ilfasier— Capt. E. English. | Boatman— Thom&s Dewliug. 



196 Port Chnrr/es —Quarantine Officer 



Ready-to-Wear Skirts, Blouses 



Port Charges on Foreigfn going; Shipping, St. John's, Nfld. 

Light Dues. 

Payable once in every calendar year (but not oftener than once in 

three months), viz.: — 

24 cents per ton, up to and including 500 tons. 

12 cents per ton additional on every ton over 500 tons up to and in- 
cluding 1000 tons. 

5 csnte per ton additional on everv ton over 1,000 tons np to and in" 
eluding 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 tisheiies or trade Should any such vessel proceed 
on any (jtlier than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, such 
vessel f.hall be liable to pay once in ea^h calendar year (but nut ofteoer 
than once in three months), the rate of six cents per ton. 

Water Dues. 
5 cents per register ton, not to exceed $20. Payable once a year. 

Harbor Master's Dues. 
With the exception of ships of war, coasters and Newfoundland fish- 
ing craft, all vessels entering the port of St. John's pay to the Customs 
Depaitment Harbor Dues at the following rates, viz. : — 



Vessels 60 to 100 tons register 



$2 00 



100 to 200 " . . . . . . 3 00 

" 200 to 300 " ... .. ... 4 00 

300 to 400 " . . . . . . 5 00 

" 400 to 500 " and upwards . . ... 6 00 

Payable once between January 1st and 30th June, and once between 
Ist July and 31st December. 

Quarantine Officer, St. John's. 
Dr. Alex. Campbell. 

EXAMINERS MASTERS AND MATES. 

Office : Light House Building. 

Examiner-in- Chief — Captain E. English. 
Assistayd Examiner — Captain J. Wilson. 
Indrudor of Masters and Mates — F. J. Doyle. 
Pupil Teacher, Masters and Mates — A. E. Coffin. 



Examination Masters and Mates. 19f 



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Examination of Masters and Mates. 

Examinations will begin on Wednesday ot t-acli week, providing that 
the candidate produce the I pi[ui.site certificate of character and time, and 
passes the color test. 

Application must be made to the Exau-iner on Form Exn. 2, and all 
previous certificates and testimonials deposited at least two days previous 
to the examination. Testimonials of character and sobriety must be pro- 
duced fir twelve months immediately preceding the application. 

All services must be verified by a certificate of discharge. 

An Only Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must" 
have served five years at sea. 

A First Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served five years at sea, of which one year must have been as Second 
or Only Mate. [From 1st January, 1896, the Othcers' Service mut^t have 
been performed with the requisite certificate]. 

A Master must not be less than twenty-one years of age, and he must 
have served six years at sea, of which one year must have been in the 
capacity not lower than Only Mate of a foreign-going vessel whilst hold- 
ing a certificate not lower than an Only Mate's certificate for foreign- 
going vessels, and, 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 prove the officer's service prescribed for that grade. 

Fees. 

For a Certificate as Mate . . ... . . $ 5 00 

For a Ceitificate as Mastei . . . . . . 10 00 

For a Certificate for Colors .. ... ... 20 

These fees admit of two examinations. After the scond examination ■ 
another fee will be required. 

Candidates foi' Only anil First Mates' C'eitificatHs must complete the 
whole t)f then- examination in Navigation in twelve hours, including the 
time allowed for the papers on cyclone or revolving storms, and for the 
correction of all errors and oversights ; but the Nautical problems up to 
and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed for Only and First Mate 
must be completed within six hours and without the candidate leaving- 
tlie prennses during that period. 

Candidates for Masters Certificates mtist complete the whole of their 
examination in Navigation in fifteen hours, including the time allowed for 
the papers on the Chart, the Compass deviation, Cyclones, or revolving 
storms, and for the correction of all errors and oveisights ; but the prob- 
lems up to and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed for Only and 
First Mate must be completed within six hours and without the candidate 
leaving the premises during that period. 

The examination commences punctually at 1') a. m., and closes at 
4 p. m., when all papers will be called up, and if not completed the can- 
didate will be declared to have failed. 



198 Light Houses. — Fort-aux-Basqves Buoys. 



The Great MaiB Order House.— 

In all casL-s of failure the candidate will be examined de novo. 

If he fails in Seamanship, he will not lie 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, 
candidatc-s should apply to the Examiner-in-C'iief. 

RULE.S. 

No books, papers or memoranda are allowed in the Examination room. 

In the event of any candidate being discovered copying fiom another, 
oi referring to any book or memoranda, lie will not be examined tor six 
months. 

Navigation is taught at Carbonear, Harbor Grace, Bay Roberts, and 
St. John's. 

LIGHT HOUSES. 

Office : Queen's Wharf. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Inspector of Lighthouses— li. White. 
Michanician — T. Cornick. 
Secretary — W. Rogersou. 

Nev/foundland Light Dues (included in Port Chargfes, see page 196). 

Payable once in every calendar year (but not oflener 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 ton,^ up to and in- 
cluding 1,000 tons. 

6 cents per ton additional on every ton over 1,000 tons up to and in- 
cluding 2,000 tons. 

Not more than §240 in any one calendar year, or oltener than once 
in three months. 

Vessels arriving for repairs, coal or supplies, piy one-half of above rates. 

Tiie foregoing aj^plies 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 th;in a fishing voyage, to any plaee outside the colony, such 
vessel shall be liable to pay once in each calendar year (but not oftener 
than once in three months), the rate of six cents per ton. 

Port-aux-Basques Buoys have been placed in the following positions : 

Western Baldwin Rock — A Spar Buoy, painted black, (surmounted by a 
cone.) Moored in Si fathoms. 

Eastern Baldwin — A Spar Buoy, painted red. Moored in 3i fathoms. 
Shoal lying between the Eastern Baldwin and Road Island — A Spar Buoy, 
(painted white surmounted by an X). Moored in 3* fathoms. 



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ST. PIERRE LIGHTS. 

A Revolving Light on Galantiy Head, giving white ilasli, lasting 8 4-10 
seconds, followed after an interval of !) 6-10 seconds by a second white 
flash, las^ting 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. The light is hidden at the northward 
by the high land of St. Pierre. Latitude 46° 45' 43" N. ; Longitude 
56° 9' 52" W. Tower squaie, 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 tlie plain at the north of the town. Tlie White light is 36 feet 
above the sea level, and is visible six miles. The Red light is 56 feet 
above the .sea level, and is visible three miles. The line connecting 
these two lights marks the middle channel. The Red light is so placed 
that as soon as it is seen on the left of Cape Aigle, vessels coming from 
Columbier, in beating into the N. E. entrance, will be clear of the Cape 
Rodrigue Shoals. 

Pointe a Leconfe 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 bi-arings (from the tower) of S. E. | S. and S. \ W. 
This white sector of the light marks the South-east passage, so as to per- 
mit vessels which keep within this cone to avoid the Bataille shoal on the 
right and Cape Noir and Bertrand Rocks on the left. It shows red from 
S. W. J W., westward, to N. W. i W., and should be avoided by vessels 
entering by the S. E. passage. It will enable them when they have quit- 
ted the white cone tu 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 hom the interior of the town. 

Point Plate (Lanqlade) Light ; 1st order dioptric, visible twenty miles. 
Latitude 46" 48' 54" N. ; Longitude 56° 24' 10" W. Light Tower painted 
in black and white bands alternately. 

Gape Blanc (Miquelon) Light; revolving ; showing 10 seconds in each 
minute ; visible 16 miles. Shows white from North through W. to S. W., 
covering the Seal Rocks with a red sector of light. It also lights the en- 
trance to Miquelon Roads, showing 230 yards north of the Chatte Shoals, 
which are thus left in darkness. The lighthouse is painted in alternate 
horizontal bands, blad- and ichitc, 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. Sound, 6 seconds ; 
Silent, 54 seconds. 

Siren Trumpet, Plate Point, Langlade. Blast, 4 seconds ; Silent, 
4 seconds ; Blast, 4 seconds ; Silent 48 seconds. 



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Name of 
Place. 





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Description of Light. 



'"2 > 
I <^ 
-^ — ' 

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'Sec 



=21 

73 ^ 

5^ 



ftull Island' 
(Cape John) 



>ii|)|ier's Harbor 

Island, 

N. D. Bay. 



Little Bay Isl'd. 



49 59 54 55 21 33 



49 47 00 



49 38 20 55 4(; 00 



Soutlicrn end of 
Long Island, 

N. D, Bay. 
Leading Tickles, 

X. I). Bay. 



Fortune Harbor, 
N. D. Bay. 



Lower Sandy 

Point, 

l!ay of Exploits. 

Grassv Island, 

off Bay Point, 

IJay of Exploits. 

Exploits Harbor 



55 49 00 



49 3B Oo 



!-)5 34 00 



49 30 30 55 24 00 



49 32 10 



55 14 00 



49 11 20 55 17 .30 



49 14 40 55 13 40 



1884;lntermittent White, 4th order 
diojitric, making one complete 
revolution in one minute, ap- 
pearing about 11 seconds light 
and 9 seconds dark. 



1901 



Fixed Red, 4th order. Shows 
white between the island and 
mainland. 



1908 Occulting White, showing alter- 
nalely equal periods of 2^ se 
conds light, and 2^ seconds 
dark. The light is dioptric, 
of tlie (ith order. 



1904 



1908 



Fixed AVhitu, 4th order dioptric. 



Occulting White, showing alter- 
nately 7 seconds light, and 
3 seconds dark. The light is 
dioptric, of tbe 6th order. 



1908 Fixed ^V^Tiitc, 
6th order. 



dioptric, of the 



1910 Fixed Red lens huitcni light 



1910 Fixed AVhite lens lantern light. 



1907 



Three Spar Buoys moored to 
show the deep water channel. 
Entering the harbor keep the 
red buoy on the starboard 
hand, and two black ones on 
the port hand. 



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Kind of 
Lamp, 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



360 



All 
Seaward 



2 wick 
Concentric 



2 wick 
Trinity 



2 wick 
Trinity 



Iron Tower on apex of island, 
painted red and white ver- 
tically, four stripes of each 
colour; keeper's house paint- 
ed white, 112 feet distant, 
W. by N. 

Square Wood Tower, white, 
with one red horizontal 
band arovind centre. A 
small square wood house 
attached to N. E. side, 
painted white. 

The tower is 18 ft. high from 
base to top of lantern. A 
dwelling house and store 
are erected at a short dis- 
tance from the tower. The 
tower is painted black and 
white vertical stripes. — 
Buildings, painted white. 

Iron tower, 2-story mansard 
roof dwelling; all white. 



Geo. Ridout .. 



T. Starks. 



Edw. Paddick. 



Sam. Short .. 



Hy. Andrews. 



The tower is 18 ft. high from 

base to top of lantern. A 

dwelling house and store 

are erected at a short dis- 
tance West of the tower. 

Tower is painted red and 

white horizontal liands, twoj 

of each. Buildings white. 
The tower is IS ft. high from M. Lyver. 

base to top of lantern. A 

dwelling house and store 

are erected at a short dis- 
tance from the rear of the 

tower. Buildings and tower 

are painted white. 



Geo. Morey. 



On an open frame, small cabin 
attached ; all painted red. 

The light will be in operation 
during open navigation. 

On an open frame; small cabin 
attached : all painted white. 

The light will be in operation 
during open navigation. 



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St. Michael's '49 17 00 54 m 001i»04 
Head (S. wide of 
entrance to I 
Burnt Kay, Bay' 

of Exploits). 



Long Point 
(Toulinguet). 



"Wharf IJght 
(Tonlingnet) 



Herring Xcck 



49 41 00 



54 49 00 1870 



Fixed White lens lantern light. 



Revolving White, catoptric, at- 
tains greatest brilliancy every 
.'lo seconds. 



Ft. 



331 



M. 



21 



,49 39 40,54 45 50:1885 Fixe.l red light, shown from an 
octagonal wood tower on outer 
end of Puhlic Wharf. Paint- 
ed red and white horizontal 
hands, two of each. Light 
exhibited during period of 
o))en navigation, annually. 

49 39 00.54 35 001909 Fixed White, dioptric of the 6th 93f 
order. 



Kaealhao 



12 



49 41 .SO .54 .33 08 18{)4 Occulting White; 
liglit and dark. 



U secondsl 357' L'l 



Fogo Harbor, 
Rag's Island. 



Change Island, 

South end 
Stag Hr. Run. 

Stag Harljor 

Tickle (off 

South Point). 



Stag Har. Run. 



43 45 .')4 15 .50 l;iOHjFi.\ed White, lens lantern hoist- 
ed to open framework, on the 
Port hand of the Eastern 
channel entering Fogo. 
49 .34 ,3o:)4 L'4 10 l!)Ol Fixed Red, visible in Stag Har- 
bor Run, except where obscur- 
ed by projecting land. 

49 .33 .30 -,4 1« 50 1905 Spar Kuoy, White, moored in 3 , 
j fathoms, indicates position of 
, ! Stag Rock off the south point 

I I Stag Harbor Tickle. Remov- 

' ( ed on approach of ice. 

1908 An Iron Xun Buoy, moored on . 
the southern side, painted red; 
and two on the northern side, 
painted black. The passage 
between carries the greatest 
liepth of water. Removed not 
lat er than Jan. 1 in each year. I 



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Jackets.— AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



8 Argand 
Burners 



An open wood frame, painted 
white. The light will be 
kept in ojjeration during 
open navigation. 



Light tower, painted red, 
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, 
distance 25 feet from tower. 



Ezek. Budden. 



R. S. Roberts. 



J. H. Preston 



J. Hodder. 



All ! 
Seaward 



If in 
Burners 



2 wick 
Trinity 



Tower 18 feet high from ba.se 
to top of lantern. Dwelling 
house and store erected at a 
short distance westerly from 
tower. Tower and buildings 
painted white. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted 
spirally red and white alter- 
natelj' ; keeper's dwelling 
partly' visible, distance 7.5 ft. 
N. E. I E. from tower . 

A small, fiat-roofed building, 
painted white, erected near 
framework. Closed during 
winter months. 

Square pyramidal tower, 
painted white. Dwelling 
connected by covered pas- 
sageway. 



H. Mills. 



Edw. Hussey. 



M. Waterman. 



Thos. Elliott. 



N.B. — Mariners are warned of 
of the possibility of these 
buoys going adrift or shift- 
ing positions. 



204 



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Celebrated 'Cravenette' Raincoats 



Kame of 
Place. 



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Burnt Point, 

Seldom-Come- 

By. 



49 36 00 



54 09 00 



Cann Island, 
iieldom-Come- 

Kv. 

Brooke 8 Point 

and Joe liatt's 

Arm [h milo 

E.S.E."from 

.J. 15. Point). 

Tilton Harbor.. 



49 2.^) 05 



49 40 30 



49 42 30 



I'ockforil'w 
Islaiiil- 



41/ n 40 



64 10 35 



54 09 00 



54 03 30 



1905 



1874 



Fog Alarm : Sounded during 
thick or foggy weather, giv- 
ing blasts of (i seconds in every 
minute thus: — blast, 6 sees.; 
silent, .')4 sees. ; blast. U sees.; 
silent 54 sees. Fixed Red lens 
lantern light on southern side 
of fog alarm buildings Fog 
alarm and light are operated 
from opening of navigation in 
spring till close in December. 

Fixed White, 8th order dioptric 



Ft. 
25 



M. 
3 



85 



1905 Occulting White, 4th order di-j 97i 
optric, alternately 7 seconds 
light and 3 seconds dark. 



1902 Fixed Red. In operation each 
year from June 1 to Dec. 15. 
Visible in all directions sea- 
ward, except in line with Pi- 
geon Island. This light has 
been established for the small 
craft which visit Tilton Har- 
bor during the fishing season, i 
53 50 40,1910 Occulting Red light, 4th order 
dioptric, alternately 24 secs.j 
light and dark. ' 



10 
15 



51| 



( >flfer Wadham 149 35 35 
Island. 



I'enguin Island '49 26 55 

(9niilesS.W. j 
mag. from Offer [ 

Wadham ! j 

Island light). I 



53 45 12|1858,Revolving White. 4th order di- 
i' optric of '. sides, flashes white 
! every ."^0 seoDnds. 



.53 48 00|1890|Fixed White. 4+h order dioptric 



10 



100 



62 



15 



Cabot Island, |49 10 2»i r:! 21 21 38.SO Intermittent White, ^th order 74 10 
Bonavista Bay. i I dioptric, appearing about 11 

seconds light and 9 seconds 
dark. 



Newfoundland Lights. 



205 



ior Ladies.— AYRE &. SONS, Ltd. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
■Seaward 



270° 
215° 



360° 



:360° 



360° 



1 Argand 



Chance's 
Capillary. 



2 wick 
Concentric. 



do. 



do. 



Three one-story flat- roofed Alf . Randell. 
structures ; Fog Alarm build- 
ing, keeper's dwelling, store 
house. Painted white ; black 
band horizontal around 
each building, 



Buildings wood. Light tower Enos Penney. I 
rising from gable of house,! 
siaes painted white, roof red. i 
Wood Tower, square, sloping Nath. Brett 
sides ; a flat-roofed one-story 
dwelling and store on sou- 
thern side of tower. Dwel- 
ling and tower painted white. 
Shown from a square sided P. Broaders. 
tower painted white. 



Wood Octagonal Tower, slop- 
ing sides, on S. W. point of 

Peckford Island ; tower is 

3.3 feet high from base to 

to top of latern, painted 

black and white vertically ; 

drum and lantern white. 

Dwelling-house and store 

North of tower painted 

white. 

Round Red Tower, dome stri- Wm. Pomeroy 
ped red and white vertical ly ; 
keeper's dwelling painted 
white, roof red (wood), 3U ft. 
from Tower. 
Circular Iron Tower and keep 
er'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 center of 
square wooden building ; roof 
flat ; sides banded horizon- 
tally, red and white alter- 
nately. 



Esau Gilling- 
ham. 



John Sains- 
bury. 



i06 



Newfoundland Lights. 



Children's Dresses and Coats— Londoif 



Name of 
Place. 





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I'uffin Island, 
Qreenspond . 



;49 03 37 



)3 32 37 1873 Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric, 
I visible from N. hy E. through 

S. to W. hv X. mag. 
Little Denior 48 41 i)'> ry.>. M 40 1888 Revolving "White, to give single 
Island. flashes at intervals of 30 sees. 



King'ti Cove 
Head. 



48 M 32.53 18 50 1893 Occulting White; IJ sees, light 
( and dark, alternately. 



Squarey Island 48 3!t 00 63 07 40 1905 
(entrance to ; 
Bonavista). I 
<'»pe Bonavista. 48 42 01 .5.3 04 35 1843 



(xreen Island, 
Catalina. 



48 30 15 ii3 02 20 1857 



Kort Point, 
Trinity. 

Do. 



48 22 00 53 21 00 1908 
i(Approx imate). j 

43 22 00 53 21 00 1910 



Ragged Island. 



Fixed Red, 6th order di jptric 
not constantly watched. 



Revolving catoptric (C Argand 
burners and reflectors), show- 
ing two tchiie flashes followed 
by one red flash ; each attain- 
ing its greatest brilliancy every 
30 seconds. 

Fixed "White. 4th order dioptric, 
visible W. S. "W. to N. E. 

Diaphone Fog Alarm, installed 
1909, will give one blast during 
thick or foggy weather of five 
seconds in every 95 sees., thus 
Blast, 5 sees., silent, 90 sees. 
blast, 5 sees , silent, 90 sees. 

Occulting White, showing alter 
nate periods of 6:^ sees, light 
and 1^ seconds dark. 

Diaphone Fog Alarm, sounded 
by air compressed by oil en- 
gines erected on Fort Point, 
giving blasts during thick or 
foggy weather as follows : — 
Blast, 3 sees.; silent, 10 sees, 
blast, 3 sees.; silent, 94 sees. 
48 14 00 63 28 0011910 Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric ,. 



Ft. 
85 



298 



176i 



57 



150 



M. 

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19 
14 

9 

15 



92 I 11 



10 



Hagged Island, 48 14 30 53 27 00 
Smith's Sound, 
Trinity Bay. 



1910 



Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric . 



118 16 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



•270 



360 



All I 
Seaward 



Do. 



2 wick 
Concentric. 

Argand. 



If Burner. 



Do. 



6 Argands. 



202^ 2 wick 

Concentric. 



320 



1 Argand. 



360 



Capillary 



Buildings granite roofed with 
slate ; Light Tower at one 
corner. 

Iron Light Tower ; keeper's 
dwelling (wood) 17 ft. 6 ins 
apart; house and tower 
painted red and white alter- 
nately, in vertical stripes. 

Iron Light Tower, painted 
white ; a wood store and keep- 
er's dwelling, visible N.N.E., 
painted white, roof black, 
88 feet from Tower. 

Square pjramidal wood tow- 
er, with octagonal drum and 
lantern ; painted white. 

Square Wood Lighthouse, 
painted red and white in al- 
ternate vertical stripes ; Ian 
tern in centre of roof. 



Wooden House, painted 
white, from centre of which 
rises the lantern, dome of 
which is striped red and 
white vertically. 

Flat-roofed, wh te, square 
engine house, 75 feet Bast- 
erl}' from Lighthouse. 

Wooden Tower. ])ainted white 



A Square Hat roofed building 
Southwardly of Lighthouse, 
a small Store is erected on 
the Northern side of Fog 
Alarm ; both t)uildings are 
painted white. 

Iron Tower, painted red and 

white in horizontal bands, 

2 of each, drum and lantern 

white. Dwelling connected 

to tower by covered passage 

way, all painted white. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted 

red and white horizontal 

bands, two of each ; drum 

and lantern, white. House, 

N. W- of tower, connected to 

it by covered passage way, 

and Store, painted white. 



J. Butler. 
Hy. Squires. 

P. Batterton. 

Thos. Abbott. 
Fred. White. 

Abel Stone. 



S. Mifflen. 



John House. 



Wm. Rowe. 



208 



Nexvfoundland Lights. 



'Forest Mills' and 'Wolsley' 



Name of 
Place. 



Random Head, 
Trinity Bay. 



Heart's Content 









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47 53 10 53 23 201901 



I Ft. 

Occulting White, 6th order di- 126 
optric ; alternate light and 
dark ever}- 2 seconds. 



Hant'R Harbor, 48 01 07 
Trinity Bay. 



Old Perlican 
Island. 



48 05 00 
Approx. 



Baccalieu Island 48 08 58 



Baccalieu Island 48 06 20 
Fog Alarm, 
S. W. Point. 



Western Bay 
Point, Concep- 
tion Bay. 



Carbonear Isl'd. 



47 53 00 



47 44 24 



Fixed Red 



83i 



65 



126J 



53 15 07 1881 Fixed White, 6th order dioptric 



53 01 00 1910 Occulting AVhite light, 4th order 
dioptric, with alternate equal 
periods of 2i seconds light 
i und dark. 



52 47 32,1859 Catoptric revolving white light, 443 
j showing a flash every 20 sees. 



Note.— The light is often ob- 
scured by fog when the lower 
part of the island is clear. 

52 48 10 1905 Diaphone Fog Alarm, sounded 
I during thick or foggy weather, 
blast 5 seconds, silent 55 se 
conds. In operation annually 
from opening of navigation to 
close. 

1901 Fixed Green lens lantern, hoist 
I ed to framework. FogAlarm : 
Gun-cotton explosive ; a 4-oz 
cartridge exploded every 15 
minutes. A ship's signal at 
sea answered by 2 explosions 
in quick succession. In ope 
ration during Navigation only 



53 03 00 



53 09 22 



1878 Fixed White, 8th order dioptric 



165 



M. 

13 



12 



16 



34 



12 



Newfoundland Lights. 



209 



Underwear.— AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



Do. 



360" 



If Burner. 



2 wick 
Trinity. 



Duplex. 



6 Argand 
Burners. 



All 
Seaward 



360° 



Duplex 



1 Argand 



Francis Ryan. 



Circular Iron Tower, paintid Hy. Cooper. 

in checkers red and white. 

Keeper's dwelling 12 feet N. 

of Tower ; stores at northern 

end of house, 1.5 ft. distance 

— sides whi+e, roofs red. 
Circular Iron Tower, painted Robt. Piercey. 

red and white spirallj' ; a 

small dwelling is (connected 

to the southern side of the 

tower by a covered passage- 
way. House and covered way 

painted white, roofs black. 
Octagonal Tower, painted W. Soper. 

white, small store at rear. 

Octagonal Tower (wood) with 

sloping sides, painted red 

and white vertically ; drum 

and lantern white. A flat 

roofed dwelling house at 

S. E. angle of, and a store a 

short distance southward 

from, tower ; painted white. 
Round Red Tower. Keeper's 
dwelling connected to tower 
by covered passageway. Sq. 
white building with red roof. 
Buildings situate on north'n 
point of Island. The south'n 
end of Island obscures the 
light for 8 miles when bear- 
ing N.N B. i E. 
The Station comprises : — 

1. Store House ; 2. The 

Alarm House ; 3. Keeper's 

wood dwelling ; all painted 

white and black vertical 

stripes. 

The Station comprises : — 

1. Signal Cabin, painted 

white ; 2. A Charging house, [Edmund Butt 

slate - covered ; 3. An open[ 

frame-work, from which the 

green light is shown ; 4. Ai 

keeper's wooden dwelling,! 

painted white, roof black ;i 

5. A brick magazine, painted 

red. I 

Buildinf.s wood ; light toweriHy. Forward. 

rising from the gable of the 

house, vertical parts white,! 

roof red. I 



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(Engineer), 



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Harbor Grace 
Island. 



Uarlior Grace 
Har. Light. 

(Srecn Point, 
Itav Roberts. 



ISrigua, North 
Head. 



Salmon Cove 
Point. 



Cape St. Francis 



Kort Amherst 
(entrance to St 
John's). 



St. John's Nar- 
rows, Cahill's 
Rock, Pancake 
Shoal and Ruby 
Rock. 



47 42 45 53 08 11 183t) 



47 41 29,5.3 12 33 1850 



47 30 40 



47 32 54 



47 27 50 



47 48 30 



47 33 47 



53 lit 15 1883 



53 10 :<5 



1886 



I Ft. M. 
Occulting White. Equal periods 151 , 15 
of light and darkness, of two 
seconds. 



Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric . . 40 



Fixed White, tith order <lioptric-j 56 i 8J 
Immediately bomath the prin-; 
ci))al 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 Suuthern 
rocks N. E. ^ E. (mag.) from 
the tower, will show red. 

Fixed Red, 6th order dioiitric ... 113 ; 12 



53 08 40 1908 Occulting White, 6th order diop- 104 10 
trie, showing 7 seconds light 
and 3 seconds dark ; in opera- 
tion during open navigation. 

52 46 .50,1887 Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric. 12:5 12 
Fog Al.^rm : — Siren Trumpet 
sound''d 5 seconds, silent 5 
seconds ; sounded 5 seconds 
and silent 45 seconds in each' 
I minute. 

52 40 20,1813 Fixed White, 4th order dioptric. ;l34i! 12 
Diaphone Fog Alarm : DuringI 
thick or foggy weather, day 
and night, this diaphone will 
give : blast 2h seconds, silent 
10 seconds; blast 2^ seconds,; 
silent .V) .seconds. 
N.B. — Cape Spear Fog Alarm is 
3.\ miles distant from Fort 
Amherst, sounds blast 4 sees., 
silence 90 seconds. 



1905 Spar Buoy, painted black, show- 
j ing position of Cahill's Rock ; 

' Spar Buoy, painted black; to 

indicate position of Pancake 
Shoal. Spar Buoy painted 
red, to indicate position of 
Ruby Rock, near Chain Rock, 
on northern side of Narrows. 



Newfoundland Lights. 



211 



' Ostermoor ' Mattresses. 





Kind of 
Lamp. 


l)osori|iti<in <if Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 


300° 




Square Wood Hou.se, unoccu- 
pied (sides painted white, 
roof red), from the centre 
of which riaea the lantern. 
Keeper's dwelling westward 
uf light vowcr. 

Hexagonal wood Tower, 
painted white. 


T. Sheppard. 
John Heater. 






Duplex. 








All 
!?eaward 


1 Argand. 


Round Iron Tower, painted 
with two red and three white 
horizontal bands*. Store in 
the rear |)aiiited white. 


Rd. Lear. 




do. 
do. 


do. 
Capillary 


Round Iron Tower, painted 
red and white vertical stripes 
(H of each); house also paint- 
ed red and white vertical 
stri})es. 

Tower and flat-roofed dwel- 
ling ; all painted white. 


S. S. Wilcox. 
Wm. Kennedy 




do. 

Seaward 

between 

W. S. W. 

and 

N.N.B. 


2 wick 
Concentric 

do. 


Buildings of Wood, painted 
white, roof flat. On the 
higher roof is the lantern 
elevated above it on a square 
block. Tne lower building 
is the fog alarm house. 

Stone sides, whitewashed ; 
roof red ; lantern on roof. 
An engine house, painted 
white, has been added to 
the station. 

Buoys will be removed with- 
out further notice when ice 
is on the coast. 


Jonas Soper 
(Engineer). 

A. Sheppard. 


T. Hudson. 











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Place. 



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St. John's — 

(1) Leading 

Lights. 



St. John's— 

(2) Leading 

Li^ts. 



Cape Spear 



47 31 11 



Bay Bulls, 
Northern Head. 



Ferryland Head. 

Powell's Head, 
(entrance to 
Trepassey). 



47 18 30 



47 00 58 



4G 41 20 



Cape Pine. 



46 47 04 



52 36 5!) 



52 44 30 



52 51 07 



53 24 00 



53 31 40 



1835 
1910 



Catoptric Red. Keeping the 
lights or day marks, composed 
of three heart shapes, painted 
white, on the lower light, and 
the spire of the Congregational 
Church in line, will clear all 
danger. 



Catoptric Red 



264 



Catoptric, Revolving White ; 
greatest brilliancy every min. 

Diaphone Fog Alarm : new flat- 
roofed square building 140 yds 
S. S. W. from the point of 
Cape, sounded in thick or 
foggy weather for 4 seconds in 
every 94 seconds, thus : blast 
of 4 sees.: silent 90 sees.; blast 
4 sees.; silent 90 sees. Chim- 
ney of old building will re- 
main as aid to mariners. 



1908 Cylindrical iron light tower, 4th 205 
order dioptric white light, 7 
seconds light, 3 seconds dark. 



Ft. 



79* 



1871 



Fixed White, 3rd order dioptric. 



200 



1902 Occulting White ; 5th orderlOlf 
showing alternately light and 
darkness of one second. 



1907 



1851 



Fog Alarm : — A Diaphone will 
give blasts of 5 sees, duration, 
separated by silent periods of 
112 sees.; thus : Blast, 5 sees,; 
silent, 112 sees. 



Fixed White, Catoptric. hTe 314 
intervening land being low 
the light can be seen over it 
from St. Mary's Bay. 



M. 



22 



17 



16 



14 



25 



Neiofov.ndland Lights. 



213 



'Century' Washing Machines. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Buililiug. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



Do. 



7 Argand 
Burners 



17 Argands 
Burners 



3 wiok 
Concentric 



Upper Light, shown from 
the tower of the Congrega- 
tional Church. The spire of 
this tower forms a Day Marli 
which will be readily seen 
just clear of the eastern side 
of the square tower of the 
Catholic Cathedral. 

Lower Light. -The structure 
carrying the Lower Light 
and Day Marks, three Heart 
shapes, all painted white, is 
erected on a redbrick build- 
ing, distant 301 feet from the 
end of the Eastern pier of 
the King's wharf. 

House White, roof banded 
red and white horizontally ; 

\ the lantern rises from centre. 

I 

[Square, flat-roofed store built 

in rear of engine house, 12 ft. 

distant. Kngine house and 

' store painted with one red 

i band in centre and a white 

band above and below. 

The tower is 38 feet high from 
base to vane on the top of 
lantern. 

Round Iron Tower, red, 28ft. 
from keeper's house, which 

j is wood, painted white with 

I red roof. 

'Square wood tower, with slo- 

I ping sides ; keeper's wood 

I dwelling connected by cov- 

i ered passage 30 feet ; all 
painted white. 

A flat-roofed Engine-house, 
one-story building, painted 
white, has been erected 
southeasterly from the light 

! tower. The Horn projects 
from the Southern side of 
this building. 

Round Iron Light Tower, 50 
feet high, painted with red 
and white horizontal bands. 
Keeper's dwelling wood, con- 
nected with the tower by a 

; covered way. Store in rear. 



John Cleary. 



John Cleary. 



J. Cantwell, 

keeper and 

engineer. 



T. Williams. 



J. W. Costello 



J. Devereux. 



G. Hewitt. 



W. Cantwell 
assistant. 



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i?t. Marv's Bay. 



Cape St. Mary's. 46 49 34 54 11 4H 18WI 



Point Voide, 47 14 11 
Placentia. 



54 OO 19 1876 



Point Latine, 
Placentia. 



Maiticot Island, 
I'lacentia. 



Long Island, 

near Oderin, 

Plarcntia Kav. 



47 18 40 



47 19 30 



47 17 40 



53 59 40 



Fixed White, (itii ordir dioptric 



Revolving, ('ato-l)ioptric, first 
order, showing alternately, a 
red and white liRlit at inter- 
vals of one minnte. 



Occulting White ; showing 1 se- 
cond dark, two seconds light, 
alternatelv. 



1904 Fixed Red, (ith oriK'i dioptiic 



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390 ' 23 



98 ; 11 



42 10 



54 34 30 1909 Occulting AVhite : 7 sees, light, 93 i 18 
! 3 sees. dark. 



.^,4 42 Oo'l9tl< Fixed Wliite. ilioptric. 



273 J, IS 



Newfoit ndland Lvjh ts. 



215 



Piano and Organ Warehouse in tlie City. 



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Kiiiil of 



Description of Huild 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



Do. 



] Argand 



12 Argand 
Burners 



Do. 



Do. 



Du. 



Do. 



Ronnd Iron Tower, painted 
three red and three white 
horizontal bands. Bands are 
continued around a flat roof 
store in rear. 

Round Iron Tower, painted 
red. A wooden house on each 
side of the tower, and con- 
nected therewith by a cov- 
ered way. These houses are 
painted white with red roofs. 



Wooden house, painted white, IT. Croucher 
flat roof. Light tower rises 
from roof of house. 



John Mooney 



P. Houlihan 



2 wick 
Trinity 



Wooden Tower, bearing N.E. 

\ N. Mag , 4i miles from l"t 

Verde lighthouse. 
The Station comprise.s : — 

1. A wood tower, octagonal, 
panted red and white hori- 
zontal bands, two of each, the 
first u))per band under the 
gallery red, the drum and 
, lantern being white. 
I 2 A keeper's dwelling, flat 
.roofed, sides white, roof black. 
3. A flat-roofed store, sides 
jwhite, roof black. 

Octagonal tower, painted red 
and white horizontal bands, 
2 of each, drum and lantern 

I white, with dwelling at- 

I tached white. 

The Station comprises : — 

(a) Circular Iron Tower and 
iLantern, painted white, 
i (b) Keeper's flat-roofed dwel- 
[ling connected to the North- 
western side of tower by cov- 
ered passageway 4-t feet long, 
painted white. 

! (c) A flat-roofed store, 13 ft 
Northwesterly from dwelling, 
painted white. 

(d) A flat-roofed Store. 312 
feet below on the point of the 
Island, painted white. This 
Store may be seen when the 
lighthouse is enveloped in fog, 



Frnncis Foran 



P. J. Brown 



Philip Power 



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Iron Island, 
off entrance to 

Burin, 
riacentia Baj'. 



Doilding Head, 
Burin. 



Allan Island, 
l.anialinc. 



<ireen Lsland, 

Eastern cntr'ce 

to Fortune Ba}\ 



47 02 40 55 06 50 



47 00 26 .55 08 43 



46 .51 00 55 47 40 



46 52 30 



1904 Fixed Red Light, 6th order diop 
I trie. 



iFt. 
118 



1856 2iid order Revolving White light 330 
(silvered reflectors and annu-j 
lar lenses), attains greatest 
brillianc}' every minute. Ow- 
ing to great height, this light' 
is often obscured by fog when 
the coast is visible. 



1879 Fixed "White, 8th order dioptric 



Brnnette Island, 47 15 32 55 51 .50 
Fortune Bay. 



Grand Bank, 
Fortune Bay. 



47 08 00 
Approx 



Garnish, 47 14 00 

Fortune Bay. Approx, 

Belleoram, 47 29 00 

Fortune Baj'. | 



56 05 001908 4th order Occulting White light, 
'2h seconds light and dark, al 
ternately. 

Fog Alariri. — The Diaphone will 
be sounded during thick or 
foggy weather, giving blasts 
of 3 seconds duration every 
90 seconds, thus : 

Blast, 3 sees. Silent, 87 sees. 
Blast. 3 sees. Silent, 87 sees. 

1865 Cato-Dioptric. Flashing white 
light, attains greatest bril- 
liancy every 10 sees. Ob- 
scured bv the land from E. S. 
i E. toS. " 

1890|Fixed Red C.th order dioptric. 
Port Light. 



55 42 30 



55 24 00 



55 27 15 



St, Jacques ,47 28 00 55 24 30 
Island. I 

I 
Rocky Point, 47 27 30 55 47 45 
Harbor Briton. 



1885 Fixed Red, 6th order dioptric 



1873 Fixed White. 6th order dioptric. 35 



64 



137i 



408 



28 



20 



1908 Occulting : 4th order dioptric 

I White light, 7 seconds light, 

I 3 seconds dark. 
1873 Fixed vVhite, 6th order dioptric. 

I Not visible in a line with Har- 

! bor Kock. 



131i 
68 



Newfoiindland Lights. 



2ir 



Ronish and Bell Pianos. 






Kind of 
Lamp. 



Dcsfiiption of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



170° 



6 Argand 
Burners 



1 Argand 



All 
Seaward 



S.E. by 
South, 
Souther- 
ly to W. 



270° 



9 Argand 
Burners 



Duplex 



Do 



Do 



Do 



A Square Pyramidal Wood Edw. Francis 
Tower, 18 feet high, with flat 
roofed keeper's dwelling at- 
tached to Northern side, all 
l)ainted white. 



Square Wooden House, roof Wni. Day 
red. The lantern rises froml 
the centre of the house. 



I Wood Octagonal Tower, pain- W. Cochrane 
j ted red and white on alter 
I nate sides. 

The Station comprises : — R. F. Forse}- 
! (1) An engine house; (2)Store 

house; (3) Keeper's dwelling; 

(4) A circular iron light tower 
[situate on the summit of the 
llsland: 

The buildings are painted 
|red and white vertical stripes 
' Tower on summit of island 

painted red. 

S(|uare Wooden House, paint- M. Sparrow 
ed white with red roof. The 
lantern rises from the centre 
of the roof. 

Scjuare Beacon on Breakwater 11. C. Forsey 
100 feet from end, painted 
red and white horizontal 
bands; light bears W.N. W., 
from end of Breakwater. 

Square Beacon Tower (wood), W. Reeves 
standing at end of Break- 
water, carrying an octagonal 
drum and lantern. 

Wooden Tower, on end of Robt. Jensen 
beach, painted white. 

Circular Iron Tower and keep- P. O- Burke 
er'.s dwelling, white. 

Circular Iron Tower, painted A. Jensen 
red and white in horizontal 
bands. 



John Darby 



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I'nss Island. 

iiitrance Her- 

iiiit.ifje Bay. 



47 2it 15 



1 ianltoiv 



Kiiiiiea I ^laml 



lloar Islaii 
rJnrgeo. 



Ireland Island, 
I,. I I'nile llav. 



Kuse lllanclie, 

« 'aine'» Island, 

entrance to 

Kiise Jilanehe 

If.Tilmr. 



Ko.se Hlanche 
Voint. 



47 :<•; 00 



47 :<o :w 



56 12 02 !87!1 Fixed White, 4th order dioptric. 
V Fixed Red Light, 6th order! 

dioptric, is placed below the 
White light, to distinguish 
the rocks and reefs extending 
from Wolf Rocks, bearing 
(from lighthouse) S. 74, 47 W. 
to P.asse Terre Point, S. 61« 
:W K. The reef over the Wolf 
is about Ij miles from the 
island. At a distance of 4:J; 
miles the two lights merge, 
into one. | 

r)5 54 00.1885 Fixed White light, 6th order; 14 
dioptric Port light, on an iroui 
column. The light should be 
brought to bear X. E. before 
steering for the entrance of 
the harbor, to clear a sunken 
rock S. W. by West, about! 
loO yards distant. ! 

57 24 35 1902 Occulting White ; equal periodsil25 V\ 
of light and darkness \h sees. 
(Ihscured by eastern head of, 
Haniea Island. 



47 'MS 1257 Ho 13 1874 



Fixed lied, 4th order dioptric ... 207 



n 



47 S7 52 .5S 22 13 1881! Fifth oider Reyolviug White' 
light, alternate Hashes and 
I , total eclipse attaining great- 

est l)rilliancv every 12 sees, i 



67 ;t 



47 :'.(i (J<t:ij8 41 5511104 



47 .S5 48 5!S 41 30 1873 



A Diaphoue Fog Alarm, on the 
Southwestern end of C'aines 
Island at the entrance of 
Rose Blanche Har. Sounding 
(i sees., silent 15 sees. ; soand 
(> seeonils, silent 03 sees. A 
fixed Rod I'ght is shown from 
the niiif of the Engine house. [ 



Fixed Wliite, 4th order dioptric, , 95 
showing all seaward. 



11 



Netvfoundlancl Lights. 



J19 



iHome, the Church and the School. 






Kind of 
Lamp. 



Description of Buildiug. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keepei-. 



300 
136-20 



2 wick 

Concentric, 

1 Argand. 



Wooden House, sides paintediT. (ranlton 
white, with flat roof, on 
which tlie principal lantern 
stands. The one showing the; 
Red light is 14 ft. lower and 
at the angle of the building- [ 



All 
.Seaward 



l)iililex 



John House 



Do. 



liir 



AVholc 
Siorizon 



108 J 



2 wick 
Trotter 
L'■nd^)0^ 



2 wick 
Trinity 



1 I Argand 



liain- John ('heffey 
white 



2 wick 
Concentric 



Cylindrical Iron Tower 
ted spirally red and 
bands. White flat - roofedl 
dwelling east of tower, con-' 
nected by covered way: small 
white store, black roof, fifty 
feet South of ilwelling. 
Buildings wood. Light Tower H. Dicks 
rising from the gable of the 
house. Vertical parts paint- 
ed white, roof red. 
Circular Iron Tower. Kee] 

er's dwelling of wood, 10 ft. 
I apart (W.S.W ), painted i-ed 
1 & white alternate bands con- 
tinuous round both buildings 
The Station comprises: — 

1. A square flat-roofed Pai- 
gine house, painted alternate-' 
ily black and white horizontal 
bands, the first upper band 
ibeing black. 

j 2. A square flat-roofed keep- 
er's dwelling of wood painted 
! white, roof black. 

3. A s(iuare flat-roofed store 

ipainted white, roof black. 

Building granite, one side 

I and one end painted in red 

and white vertical stripes, 

roofed with slate. Light 

Tower at one corner. 



Francis Reed 



John Irarcin 



Bruce Cook 



220 



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Place. 



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8hoal, off Burnt 

Is., South West 

Coast. 



Isle-aux-Morts 

Channel Heail, 

Port-aux- 

liasques 



Port-aux 
Tlasqucs Lead- 
ing Light> : 
(1) Front T.i-lit. 



47 34 50158 33 50 



47 34 40 



58 W 30 



47 33 49 59 07 09 



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A Spar Buoy, coloured red, sur- 
mounted by an X, moored in 
21 fathoms, with Bad Neigh-I 
bor bearing E. \ mile distant,! 
Western Columbia N. E. by E. 
one mile distant. i 



1902Fixed Green, on Western end; 26J 
Pitman's Island. 



1876 



Port-ai' -. • 
ISasqiie.s Lead- 
ing Lights: 
(3) Hoar Light. 



Port-aux- 
l!a.sqiics Buoy- 



Changed 1909 to occulting white, ,101 
visible 5 sees., eclipsed 5 sees.; 
visible 15 sees., eclipsed 5secs., 
in every 30 seconds. 
Fog Alarm is a Diaphone, operated 
by compressed air, giving blasts of 
4 sees., foUoweil by 96 sees, silence.; 
Installaii in Hat roofed white paint- 
ed Engine house, built to the Soufh! 
end of covered passage-way. The 
Trumpet jirojects through the Sou-! 
thern end of this building. I 

Occulting White, giving equal 
periods of light and darkness 
of 1^ seconds. Shown from a 
square pyramidal wooden 
tower (white) on S- W. point 
of Road Island. Elevation 
22i feet. A fixed Red light 
(not visible from seaward) is 
shown from the North and 
AVestern sMes of the lantern,: 
for ships leaving the port. 
Occulting White, giving ecjual 
periods of light and darkness 
i}, sees. Structure is like that 
on Road Island, and stands on 
the mainland, iuo yds distant 
therefrom X. M\ by N. | \., 
mag.: elevation 81 feet. 
Port au\-Bisi|nt's. Bnoys have been 
placed in tlip fullowing positions: 
West.M-n Rildwin Rock — A Spar 
Buny. iiainted hlaoli, surmounted 

by a com- : .\I ed in 3A fathoms. 

Knsteni Haldwin — A Spar Buoy, 
I.Hiiited ed : Moiireil in .Si fathom's. 
Sliiial l>inu' belween the Eastern 
(iildwin and Hcmd [sland— A Spar 
Hnoy, ijainted white, surmounted 
by an X : Moored in 3i fms. Pan- 
cake Shiwl_A BUick Cask, moored 
in 2i fms These buoys are re- 
moved during winter months when 
drift ice is abont. 



M. 



Newfoundland Lights. 



221 



(Great Dress Goods House, 



3 



Kind of 
Tjamp. 



Description of Building. 



Keeper. 



Assistant 
Keeper. 



All 
Seaward 



Duplex 



Petroleum 
Vapour 
burned under 
an incandes- 
cent Mantle. 



Mariners are cautioned against 
placing undue reliance on Buoys 
being maintained in their exact 
positions. Tliey are simply helps 
to navigation, and not infallible 
marks, especially when placed 
in exposed position. 

Light shown from a lens lan- 
tern on an open wood frame, 
painted white- 
Round Iron Light Tower, 
(white) and dwelling are con- 
nected by covered way, sides 
white, roof of dwelling red. 
A red brick magazine stands 
.SO feet N. E. of tower. 



John Sartin 
E. Pike 



Wilson Vardy 



222 



Newfoundland Lights. 



''Our Own'' Flour has an enviable 



Name of 
I'lace. 





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.Sand}' Point, 
}4iM- St. Gcorgo. 



-Tort an Port, 
liong Point. 



48 27 27'rs 2!) 10 1883 



Krcnchman's 

Head. IJay of 

fslands. 



Lobster Cove 

Head, 
JJonne Bav- 



Cow Head 



I Ft. 
Occulting Whiti', alternate |>e-| S^ 
riods of li seconds light iind 
dark. 



48 47 :<0 



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"iH Hi 00 1909 Occulting White, 4tli order diop-, 48 | 11 
trie: 7 sees, light and .S.tecs.' 
dark. 



49 m 4."> 



49 -M; 09 



49 :"!."> 00 



68 Oil 35 



57 50 51 



Keppcl Island, 
I'ort Saunders. 



Straits of Belle 
Isle, Red Bay. 



50 38 00 



51 4:< 00 



57 49 00 



1901 



1897 



1909 



57 19 001901 



.")6 25 00 190G 



Fixed White. 4tli order dio|itiic. 



Occulting White, 5th order diop- 
tric ; l|^ seconds light and dark 
alternately. 



Fixed AVhite 



160 



11.5i 



141 



]& 



15- 



Fixed'White, bth^ordcr diojitric 107J 



Fixed White Light is exhibited], 
from a lens lantern, hoistedi 
to an open framework, painted| 
white, on western end of Sad- 
dle Island, and will be kept 
in operation during period of! 
open navigation, or from Junei 
to end of December annually.] 
Established as a Harbor Lightl 
only. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


-\3sistant 
Keeper. 


AH 


1 Argand. 


Round Iron Tower ; keeper's 


Mellidge C 
Messervey 




Seaward 




dwelling attached to south- 








ern side of Tower; Tower 










and Store painted red and 










whitehorizontalliands, three 










red and two white. 






Do. 




Octagonal wood Tower, with 
sloping sides, on western en- 
trance to Port au Port Bay, 
43^ feet high from base to 
top of lantern, painted 
white ; dwelling and store 
just westerh- from Tower, 
painted white ; maintained 
annually during ojien navi- 
gation. 


Paul Aucoin. 




Do. 


2 wi 
Trinity. 


Square I'yramidal Wood 
" >ywer, surmounted by an 
octagonal drum and lantern. 
Tower and dwelling painted 
red a n d white horizontal 
ban<ls. 


J. Hayes. 




Do. 


2 wick 
Concentric. 


Round Iron Tower, painted 
white, 23v ft. high ; keeper's 
dwelling 2ll feet eastward, 
connected to tower b^- cov- 
ered way. Sides of house 
and covered wa.v, white ; 
roofs black. 


Wm. Young, 




Do. 


Do. 


Round Iron Tower, red and 
white vertical stripes ; lan- 
tern and dome white, 18 ft. 
high ; dwelling just westerly 
from Tower, painted white ; 
maintained annually during 
open navigation. 


J. Payne. 




Do. 


Duplex. 


Square Pyramidal wood 
Tower, surmounted by an 
octagonal drum and lantern, 
painted red and white hori- 
zontal bands. 


C. Pike. 
J. Yetman. 


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224 



Nervfoundland Lights. 



Branches at Hearths Content, Birchy 



Name of 
Place. 






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3. 






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Saint Mein Bay, 
St. Anthonj- 

Harbor, 
White ]5av. 



51 22 00 
Approx. 



Oanaila Bay, iSO 43 30 
Aiguillettes or Approx. 
Inglc'c Harbor, i 

White Hay. 
.Fackson's Ann, 4!t 51 60 

White Bav. 



Western Cove, 
White Bay. 

Seal Cove, 
White Bav. 



Double Island, 
off Battle Har., 
Labrador Coast, 



4!> 47 10 



49 .50 00 



52 16 00 



AVhite I'oint. 53 34 .30 
N entrance of 
Indian Tickle, 
Labrador Coast. 



Cape North, 
Labrador. 



Pack's Harbor, 
Labrador. 



Outthroat Point, 
Labrador. 



63 4fi 00 



5.5 38 00 1906 



i6 00 50 1906 



50 44 .30 



i6 37 20 



'6 22 30 



56 22 30 



56 01 00 



56 26 03 



53 51 30 56 59 00 



54 2!» 00 



57 06 00 



A Fixed White Light is exhibited from 
a lens Lintern in the approach to 
St. Antlioiiy Harbor, lioisted to an 
open framework painted white, and 
will be kept in operation during 
period of open navigation, or from 
June to end of December annually. 
Established as a Harbor Light only. 

In the approach to Englee Har. 
Harlior Light only. 



Ft. 



1906 On Southern extremit}' of i East- 
ern Head.. Harbor Light only 



1906^On Northern Point of Cove. 
Harbor Light only. 

1906 On the Northern extremity of 
Southern Arm Head, about 
5J cables West from Church 
Spire. Harbor Light only. 

1905 Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric ... 



1905 Occulting White, alternate pe- 
1 riods of 7 seconds light and 
3 seconds dark. 



126 



72^ 



1908 Fixed White, 4th order dioptriC|107| 

Station is furnished with Inter- 
national Signal Code Flags. 



1909 Occulting White, 4th order di- lOSJ 

I optric, 2\ seconds light andl 

2\ seconds dark, alternately.! 

Station is furnished with Inter 

national Signal Code Flags. 



1909 Fixed Red, 4th order dioptric ... 

Station is furnished with Inter- 
national Signal Code Flags. 



M. 



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12 



15 



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Newfoundland Lights. 



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€ove, Botwoodville, and Bishop's Falls. 



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Kind of 
Lamp. 


Description of Building. 


Keeper. 


Assistant 
Keeper. 






VV Tinfo^- 










N. Gillard. 










Geo. Head. 










J. Pearce. 
H.T. Robinson 












All, 


2 wick 


Keeper's dwelling wood: Cir- 


W. Belbin. 




Seaward 


Trinity. 


cular Iron Tower painted in 
alternate black and white 
bands, two of each. 






Do. 


Do. 


A flat-roofed one-S'tory dwel- 
ling and a storehouse are 
erected on the Northern side 
of the Tower. Tower, dwel- 
ling and store painted white 


S, Norman, 




Do. 


Do. 


Circular Iron Tower, 18 feet high 
from base to top of lantern, 
painted refl and white, horizon- 
tal bands ; drum and lantern, 
white ; dweUing housa and store 
a short distance from tower, 
painted white ; maintained, an- 
nually during open navigation. 


K. Carter . 




Do. 


Do. 


Circular Iron Tower, 18 feet high 
from base to top of lantern, 
painted white ; dwelling honse 
and store a sliort distance from 
tower, painted white ; maintain- 
ed annually during open navi- 
gation. 


P. O'Toole. 




Do. 


Do. 


Circular Iron Tower, 18 feet high 
from base to top of lantern, 
painted red and white, vertical 
stripes ; drum and lantern, 
white ; dwelling house and store 
short distance from tower, 
white; maintained annually 
during open navigation. 


R. Abbott. 





226 



Aewfoundland Lights. 



Stanfield's Underwear in Four 



The following Lights on Newfoundland Territory 



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Place. 







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Cai>e Ray (Ice 1871 
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Cajii' Anguille.. 



1908 



Point Rich. 



Flower Island. 



Cape Norman., 



1871 



1899 



1871 



47 37 00 



47 53 51 



50 42 00 



51 18 26 



51 38 07 



59 18 00 1st order Dioptrif. Flashing white, 
group of 3 flashes every 15 sees., 
(flashes at intervals of 3 sei-onds, 
followed by an eclipse of 9 sees). 

Fog Alarm : A Diaplione, operated 
by compressed air ; blast of five 
seconds every minute. Estab- 
lished 1872 ; changed 1906. 



59 24 36 3rd onler Dioptric. Flashintrwhite, 
flash 0.52 sees., eclipse "i.36 sees. ; 
fla.'ih 0.52 sees., eclipse 7.60 sees. 
— In every 10 seconds. 

Fog Alarm : A Diaphone operated by 
compressed air, p;ives 2 blasts of .SJ 
sees, duration eacli every !I0 seconds, 
tlius : Blast 3i sees., silent 5 sees. ; 
blast 3i sees., silent interval 7S sees. 



57 24 30 



56 43 33 



55 54 06 



3rd order Dioptric. Flashing white, 
flash 0.25 sees,, eclipse 0.75 sees, 
flash 25 sees., eclipse 3.75 sees. 
— In every 5 sees. 



Catoptric, Revolving White light 
attains greatest brilliancy every 
12 second.s. 



3rd order Dioptric. Flashing White, 
group of 3 flashes every 30 sees., 
(flashes at intervals ot 6 seconds, 
followed by an eclipse of 17^ 
seconds). 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air ; blast of 7 sees. 
every '35 .sees. Esiablisheil 1884; 
changed 1907. 



Ft. M. 

135 17 



115; 16- 



961 l.'i 



51^ 12 



116 



16 



Newfoundland Lights. 



227' 



Weights.— AYAE & SONS, Ltd. 



are Maintained by the Canadian Government. 



Illuminated 
Arc- 



Kind of (jilllip. 



DeS' ri])tioii of Building. 



Keeper. 



All points 
Seawaril. 



Do. 



Do. 



Visible from 

all points of 

approacb by 

water. 



Do. 



Incande.scf'iit 

petroleum vapour 

l.Tnip. 



Do. 



Duplex biiiiiiirs, 

with constant 
level resi'rvoirs. 



Incancle.sient 

petroleum vapour 

lamp. 



Wooden Octagonal Tower, 
painteil white ; circular metal 
lantern, red ; white dwelling 
and outbuildings, with red 
roofs, near by. 



E. H. Rennie 



Octagonal reinforced concrete 
tower ; red circular metal 
lantern. 



White Octagonal Wood, with 
cirinlar metal lantern, red. 
White dwelling behind. 



White, square Wood with poly- 
gonal iron lantern red. Dwel- 
ling attached. 



White Cylindrical Iron Tower ; 
White circular metal lantern 
with red roof. 



Alfred Patry. 



N. Breton 



J. Lavallee 



J. W. Camp- 
bell 





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Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd. -The 



The following' Lights on Newfoundland Territory 



Name of 
Place. 



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O) 


1) 




1^ 
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Di'scriptioii of Light, 



>Cape li&uld 



1884 



51 38 50 



Bdle Isle 
(Depot of pro- 
visions for 
shipwrecked 
mariners). 



55 25 03 2nd order Dioptric. Flashing white, 
flash 0.56 sees., eclipse 1 94 sees., 
flash 0,66 .sees., eclipse 11.94 sees, 
— In every 15 niin. 

Fog Alarm: Diaphone operated hy 
compressed air. On the opening 
of navigation in 1910 the Fog 
Alarm at Cape Bauld will be 
changed so as to sound three 
blasts of 2^ seconds, with inter- 
vals of 3 seconds between them, 
every 45 seconds : Blast 2 J sees., 
silent 3 sees. ; blast 2J seconds, 
silent 3 seconds ; blast 2J sees., 
silent interval 3H seconds. 

Established 1884 : changed 1906. 



1859 51 52 52 55 21 55 



Belle Isle, 
■[Low Light]. 



Belle Isle, 
North-east End 



1880 



1905 



Below 

main 

light. 



First order Dioptric. Occulting 
White light, vi^sible 5 seconds 
eclipsed 5 seconds. 

Fog Alarm : 1st order double Siren 
operated by compressed air: midway 
between the upper and lower lights 
254 feet above the sea. The blasts of 
the Sirens are low and high notes 
alternately, each of 2J sees, duration 
separated by a silent interval of 2i 
seconds in every two minutes, thus : 
Low note, 2i sees.; Silent, iJ sees. ; 
High note, 2^ sees. ; Silent interval, 
112i seconds. Established 1880 ; 
changed 1899. 



2nd order Dioptric 
White, visible 
5 seconds. 



Occulting 
sees., eclipsed 



52 01 02 55 15 08 2nd order Dioptric, flashing White; 
flash, J second; eclipse, 10^ sees. 

Fog Alarm : Diaphone, operated by 
compressed air ; blast of 3\ seconds 
every minute, Estab. 1906. 



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154 


18 



470 



28 



124 



137 



Nexofoundland Lights. 



229' 



Leading Dry Goods House. 

are Maintained by the Canadian Government. 



Illuminated 

Arc. 



Kind of U\ 



Hip 



DesniiiticMi of Biiililiiig. 



Keeper. 



a- 



Visible from ' Incandescent 
all points of iietroleum vapour 
approach by, lamp, 

water 



From N.W. 

bv N. round 

by S. to E. 

3 S. 



In approach 

vl\% from the, 

Gulf. 



Visible from 

all points of 

approach by 

water. 



Do. 



Do. 



Do. 



Circular Stone Tower, covered 
with clapboards, painted 
white ; White dwelling at- 
tached. 



Iron Tower, encased in an octa- 
gonal sheetliing of reinforced 
whitewashed concrete stiffen- 
ed by Hying buttresses, sur- 
mounted by a white circular 
metal lantern with a red roof. 



E. Fontaine 



J L. Thibau- 
deau 



White Circular 
with red roof : 
dation. 



Metal Lantern J. L. Thibau 



on stone foun- 



deau. 



White Octagonal Tower, red P. 
polygonal iron lantern. 



Thon 



230 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE Sl sons, Ltd., Agents for Hamilton 



The following Lights on Newfoundland Territory 



Name of 
Place. 



Point Amour, 
[Forteaii]. 



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Greenly island, 
[Blanc Salilon], 



1855 51 27 '26 56 50 'i'8 2nfl order Dio|itric. Occulting 
White, visildc ^<'< ■^•■' •< ; cclijised 
four seconds. 

Fog Alarm: Diaplione, operated by' 
compressed .lir. On the opening 
of navigation in 1910 the Fog 
Alarm at Point .Vnimir will be 
changed so a.s to ^ound three 
blasts of 2^ .sci onds, with inter- 
vals of 2J sees, between them in 
e.ich minute. TlielKog Alarm 
Bnililing is 166 feet S. bylE. from 
lightlionse. Rstnblishcd 1875; 
.■haii.'cd 190i;. 



1878 



>1 22 26 



Cape Ha -e. ! 1856 46 39 24 



Cape Freels 



Ft. 
152 






I M. 



57 09 52 2iid Older Dioptric, ;la-hirig White; 
flash \ second, e.lipse 2^ seconds. 

Fog Alarm: Diaplione, operated by 
compressed air. On the opening 
of navigstion in 1910 the Fog 
Alarm on Greeidy Island will be 
changed so as to sound two bla.sts 
[long, short], with au interval of 
2^ sei onds between them, in each 
minute, thus: Blast 5 seconds, 
silent 2A seconds ; bla.st 2 sees, 
silent interval .'lO.', sees. E.stab- 
li.--hed 1878; changed 1906. 



53 04 20 



Hyper Radial light, 1st order Diop- 
tric, tl.i.shii'g White, one flash 
every 7.\ seeonds 

Fog Alarm: Diaplione. operated by 
coniiiressed air; sounds blast of 
5 secomls ; interval I.t seconds ; 
blast 5 seconds ; then interval of 
.35 seconds. Kslablislie.l 1872; 
changed 1907. 



Fog Alarm . >.'cijp.-uli< ulars to'date. 

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116 



165 



IS 



19 



Note— Belle Isle am] Cape Ray Signal Stations 



Neivfoundland Lights. 



231 



Brown Shoe Co. The Largest in the World. 

.are Maintained by the Canadian Government, 



. Kind of Lamp. 



Des. liption nt Buikling. 



Keeper. 



All points Incanflescent jCirK-iilar, white, stone, covered T. M. Wyatt 
Seaward petroleum vapour, with ilaplioanls ; roof Red. 
lamp. Dwelling attached. 



.1)0. 



Do. 



Visible from 

all points of 

jipproach by 

water. 



Do, 



Octagonal wooden Tower, paint- J. N. Coate i 
ed white, with reil circular 
metal lantern ; white wooden 
dwellin"' attached. 



Hound iron light tower, 46 feet 
high, painted red and white 
in liroad vertical stripes, now 
<Usused, Keeper's house at- 
tached, is square,"] painted 
white with red roof. The old 
light tower is connected with 
the Alarm house by a covered 
way 2.')0 ft. long. New lower 
is a cylindrical reinforced con 
Crete tower, painted in red 
and white broad) vertical 
stripes ; red circular metal 
lantern. 



J no, Myrick 



are included in Lloyds' System of Reporting Stations. 



232 



Department of rithlie Works. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd.-' American Lady' 



2Dfpartmcnt of Ipublic i©orftfif. 

Office : Departmental Building, Ddckworth Street. 

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

Minister of Puhlir Works — Wm. W. Woodford. 

Secretary — James l:[arris. 

Firiit Ulerl—W.C. Pearce. 

Second Clerk — Thomas Morii-s. 

Bookkeeper — Lloyd Woods. 

Third Clerk — Ralph Buruham. 

Stenographers and Tijpists — John Kent, MoUie Fitzpatiick. 

Superintendent of Public Works — Wm. Churchill. 

Clerk to Superintendent of Public Works — S. A. Churchill. 

Inspector of Outport Roads — Thomas Bonia. 

Road Inspectors — Wm. Liddy, Pati ick Murphy. 

Messenger — James Murphy. 

Board of Works. 

The Minister, Cliairman ; Hon. R. K. Bishop, Hon. M. P. Gibbs, John 
K. Bennett, Esq., M.H.A., Jesse Whileway, Esq., M.H.A. 

Keepers of Halfway Houses. 

Salmonier Road — Lawrence Muiphv. 
Heart's Gontent-Carbontar — James Langct. 
Renewse- Trepassey — Michael Lawlur. 
Neiv Harbor Road — Mrs. Peddle. 

FERRIES AND FERRYMEN. 



Kerry man. 


Residence. 


Course of Ferries. 




Crenielaire 

Woody Ft., Bonne Bay, 


At Cremelaire. 


€!haries Kennedy ... 


Norris Point to Curzon 




St. Barbe District. 


Village & ^^'oody Point. 


Andrew Humber ... 


Castor River, St. Barbe 
District. 


AiToss Castor River. 


Michael Sexton 


Ooose Cove, St. Barbe 
District. 


Goose Cove. 


Zaeharias Webber ... 


Three Arms, Twillingate 
District. 


Little Bay to Three Arms 


Ambrose Norris 


Do. Do. 


Three Arms to Southern 
Arm. 


James Power 


Fortune Harbor, Twillin- 


Across Fortune Harbor; 




gate District. 


Fortune Har. to N. W. 
Arm. 


John Gillard 


Cillards Je, Main Tickle, 


(iillard's Ce to Tizzard's 




Twillingate District. 


Harbor. 





I'erries and ferrymen. 233 


and 'American Gentleman' Boots. 


Ferrymen. 


Residence. 


Course of Ferries. 



Israel Dove ... 

Thomas E. Harris 
George Hart... 

Wm. Blake ... 
Abraham Tulk 

N. Peckford ... 



Abel Chalk 

Abraham Grudger .. 
George Hart... 
John Frampton 
Edward Hefferton .. 

John Brenton 

Frederick Pope 

John Winters 

Moses Hoskins 

Samuel Bragg 

Benjamin Spurrell . 

John Moss ... 

Edward Blackwood. 

Benjamin Hay ward. 

Jonas Pickett 

Wm. Handcock 

James Ryan 
Thomas Ford 

Thomas Laite 



Jones' Cove, Main Tickle, Jones' Ce or Main Tickle 



Twillingate District 

Black Island 

Change Islands, Fogo Dis- 
trict. 

Gander Bay, Fogo Dist... 

Carmanville, Fogo Dist... 

Ragged Har., Fogo Dist... 



Deadman's Bay, Fogo Dis. 



Windmill Brook, Cat Hr., 
Fogo District. 

Change Islands, Fogo Dis- 
trict. 

Indian Islands, Fogo Dist. 

Newtown, Bonavista Dis- 
trict. 

Wesleyville, Bona'ta Dis- 
trict. 

Pool's Island, Bonavista 
District. 

Tinker's Id, near Greens 
pond, Bonavista Dist. 

Greenspond, Bonavista 
District. 

Greenspond, Bonavista 
District. 

Badger Quay, Bonavista 
District. 

Sailor's Island, Bonavista 
District. 

Loo Cove, near Greens- 
pond, Bonavista Dist. 

Gooseb- rry Island, Bona- 
vista District. 

Fair Island, Bonavista 
District. 

Salvage, Bonavista Dist.. 

Sweet Bay, Bona'ta Dist. 
Amherst Cove, Bonavista 

District. 
iTriaityE., Trinity Dist.. 



Cove to Merritt's Har. 
At Black Island. 
North to South, Main 

Tickle, Change Island. 
Gander Bay. 
Carmanville. 

Ragged Harbor North to 
Ragged Harbor South. 

Deadman's Bay Pond N. 
to Deadman's Bay Pd 
S., or Deadman's Bay 
to Ragged Harbor. 

Windmill Brook to end of 
Road. 

North to South, Main 
Tickle, Change Islds. 

At Indian Islaods. 

Newtown to York, Bun- 
gy's, Hall's, Norris and 
Outer Pinchard's Is. 

Swain"s Island to Wesley- 
ville. 

Pool's, Knee's, Brown's 
and Dyke's Islands. 

Tinkers Island and Main 
Island to Pool's Island. 

Ship Island to Greensp'd 
and Newell's Island. 

Shambler Cove or Main 
land to Greenspond. 

Pool's Id to Greenspond. 

Sailor's Island to Main- 
land or Dark Cove. 
Loo Cove to Greenspond. 

One Island to the other. 

Fair and Paul's Isds and 

Sydney Cove. 
From Side to Side, and 

Sailor's Is. to Mainland. 
Southern Bay. 
King's Cove to Amherst 

Cove. 
iTrinity East to Trmity, 



234 



Ferries and Perrymen. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd.-Rubbers 



Ferrymen. 



Kesidence. 



Course of Ferries. 



John Christian 
Wm. Duftitt 

Barzillai Smith 

Alan Smith 

Samuel Thistle 

Edgar Noseworthy... 

(Acting) 
Jacob Barrett 

Patrick Costello 

Thomas Meyers, jr. . 

Patrick Dutf 
Thomas Penney 

Philip Haley 

James Cose 

Edward Doran 

Michael Stamp 

Wm. Lundrigan 

James Lee 

Richard Gregory ... 

James Butland 
Michael Meaney 
Peter Ryan 
Matthew Nolan 
Ambrose Power 
Patrick Mansfield ... 
T,aurence Mooney „. 



Trinity, Trinity District. 
Britannia Cove, Trinity 

District. 
Snook's Harbor. Trinity 

District. 
Elliott's Cove, Random 

Sound, Trinity Dist. 
Hickman's Har., Trinity 

District. 
Harbor tirace, Hr. Grace 

Distrii-t. 
Bay Roberts. Har. Grace 

District. 
Conception Harbor, Har. 

Main District. 
Chapel's Cove, Hr. Main 

District. 
Holyrood, Hr. Main Dist. 

Do. Do. ... 

Holyrood, N. Arm, Har. 

Main District. 
Aquaforte, Ferryland Dis. 

Trepassey, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
Holyrood, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
Peter's River, Placentia 

and St. Mary's Dist. 
Riverhead, Saint Mary's, 

Plac. & St. Mary's Dis. 
Admiral's Cove, Placentia 

and St. Mary's Dist. 

Mussel Pd, St. Joseph's,' 

Plac. & St. Mary's Dist. 
Salmonier, St. Joseph's, 

Plac. &St. Mary's Dist. 
North Har., via tolinet, 

Plac. & St. Mary's Dist. 
RockyRiver, near Colinet, 

Plac. & St. Mary's Dist. 
Branch, Placentia and St. 

Mary's District. 
Placentia, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
Do. Do. 



Trinity East to Southside 
Britannia Cove to Bur- 

goyne's Cove. 
Snook's Har. to Foster's 

Point, Whiterock, etc. 
Foster's Pt to Clarenville 

Across Hickman's Har. 

Harbor Grace, Southside 

to Northside. 
Coley's Point to Bay 

Roberts. 
Kitchusesto 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 Fermeuse. 

'West Side to Trepassey. 

Holyrood to Peter's River 

Peter's River. 

South to North Side. 

Admiral's Beach to Coli- 
net Island, and Mother 
Rex to Admiral's Cove. 

Across Mussel Pond. 

Kings Cove Lauding t} 

Mount Carmel. 
Across North Rirer. 

Across Rocky River. 

Branch Gut. "\Yest to East 

Side. 
Jersey Side to Placentia 

Proper. 

Do. 



Ferries and Ferrymen. 



235 



for 'The Whole Household/ 



Ferrymen. 



Residence. 



Course of Ferries. 



Timothy Connors 



.Jolin McGrath 

James Foley 

Wm. Senior 
Daniel Dober 
Patrick Hanrahan . 
Patrick Hanrahan . 

VVm. Tizzard 

L. Power 

Joseph Mitchell 

John Wrixoa 
Kdward O'Reilly 
E. Walsh 

Martin Strang 
Charles FoUett 
Joseph Lee ... 

y\ ilson White 

Robert Ridout 
Andrew Harris 
Richard Hanrahan 
Edward Bartlett 
Joseph Hackett 
\Vm. Barnes, sr. 
Abraham Rose 



Clatise Cove, Placentia 
and St. Mary's Dist. 

St. Kyran's, Plac. and St. 
Mary's District. 

Beckford's River, Placen- 
tia and St. jNIary's Dist. 

Plaeeutia Sound, Placen- 
tia and St. Mary's Dist. 

Flat Island, P>iirin Dist... 

Spanish Room, tlo. 

Mortier Bay, do. ... 

Little Bay, do. ... 

Bntler's Ce, Mortier Bay, 

Burin District. 
Marystown, Mortier Bay, 

Burin District. 
Collin's Ce, Burin, Burin 

District. 
Streets, Burin District . 
Corbin, Burin District . 
Little Saint Lawrence, 

Burin District. 
Lawn, Burin District . 
Grand Beach, Burin Dist. 
Grand Bank, Burin Dist. 



Harbor Briton, 
Bay District. 



Fortune 



Do. 



Do. 



Mrs. Elvira Hayward 
George Francis 



Connaigre Bay. Fortune 

Bay District. 
Bay du Nord, Fortune Bay 

District. 
Coomb's Cove, Bay de 

L'eau, For. Bay Dist. 
English Harbor East, For 

Bay District. 
Bay D'Espoir, For. Bay 

District. 
Little Bay, Fortune Bay 

Fortune Bay District. 
LaPoile, Burgeo&LaPoile 

District. 

Do. Do. 

La Plante, Burgeo and 
La Poile District. 



Across the Cove. 

St. Kyran's. 

Across River. 

Ou Sound. 

Flat Island to Uavis Id. 
Big Head, Mortier Bay. 
Across Little Bay. 
Little Bay to Spanish 

Room. 
At Butler's Cove. 

North Side to South Side. 

Public Wharf, Burin, to 

Step-a-side. 
Epworth to Path End 
Across Corbin Harbor. 
Across Little St. Lawr'ce 

Across Lawn Barrisway. 
From Side to Side. 
At Little Barachoix. 

Jersey Harbor S. S., to 
Jersey Hr. N.S., thence 
to Harbor Briton. 

Harbor Briton, S. Side to 
N. Side. 

Harbor Britou to Hermi- 
tage Cove. 

Across Bay du Nord. 



Coomb's Cove to Little 

Bay. 
Across English Harbor 

East. 
Across Bay D'Espoir. 

Little Bay to Coomb's 

Cove. 
Across Little Harbor. 

Misery Point across Great 

Harbor. 
Across LaPlante HarPor, 



236 Ferries and Ferrymen. — Oidport Road Boards. 



Visit Our Men's Furnisiiing 



Ferry mcD. 



Residence. 



Course of Ferries. 



John Hardy 

James LeMoine 
John Herritt 

Joseph Henwood 
Mrs. Win. Kettle 



Joseph Benoit 
\Vm. Moore 
A. MilniiU 
Siinuu McF.ai'hren 
.lames Morris 
Kaptiste ^'oiinn' 
Alexander ^■ount,' 
Ueorge Hulau 
Joseph Renouf 
Charles Perrier 
J. M. Petipas 



Rose Blanche, Burgeo 

and La Poile District. 

Do. Do. 

Baker's Tickle, RoseC 
Blanche, Burgeo and < 
La l^oile District, / 

Burnt Id, Rose Blanche, 

Burgeo & LaPoile Dist. 
Grand Bay, via Channell 

Post Oiiice, Burgeo and 

F-aPoile District. 
Little River, Codroy, St. 

(Jeorge District. 
Grand River, Codroy, St 

George District. 
Do. Do. 

Highlands, St. George 

District. 
Crahhe's Brk, St. George 

District. 
Robinson's Head Brook, 

St. George District. 
Fischell's Brk, St. (4eorge 

District. 
Sandy Point, St. txeorge 

District. 
Middle Barachoix, Carty- 

ville, St. George Dist. 
Litt'e Barachoix Brook, 

S.S., St. George Dist. 
Flat Bay Brk, St. George 

District. 
Curling, St. George Dist. 



Grandy's Passage to Burin 
Island and Main. 

Harbor LeCou to Petites. 

Baker's Tickle to Hard- 
ing's Island. 

Harding's Har. to Stroud 
Tickle. 

Main to Burnt Islands. 

Grand Bay to Port-aux 
Basques Road. 

Little River, South to 

North Side. 
Grand River, Codroy, 

S. to N. Side. 
Grand River, Codroy, 

S. S. to N. S. Gut. 
Across Highlands Brook. 

Across Crabbe's Brook. 

Across Robinson's Brook. 

Across Fischell's Brook. 

Sandy Point to S. Side. 

Across Middle Barachoix 

Brook. 
Across Barachoix Brook. 

S. S. Sandy Point, 
Across Flat Bay Brook. 

Curling to Summerside. 



OUTPORT ROAD BOARDS. 
Labpadop— 

Blanc Sablo7i to VAnse au Clair — Wm. Duniaresq, Thomas Thompier, 
Frances Letto, John Thompier. 

District of St. Barbe— 

\. Trout River — Robert Brake, Israel Stickland, Abel Barnes, Isaac 
Hann, George C. Butt. 

2. iVorrtV Point, Bonne Bay — George Bugden, George E. Humber, 
Eli Clarke, George Hopkins, Isaac Caines, jr., Joseph Rumbolt, Johq 
Sams, sr, 



Ovtpori Road Boards. 237 

Department.— AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 

3. Rocky i7ar6or— Me8heck Parsons, Samuel Payne, Alfred White, 
Wm. Payne, Samuel Decker. 

4. Bonne Bay—\\m. S. Wheller, John E. Roberts, Jonathan Mercer, 
Wm. H. Mudge, Joseph Parsons, Jonathan Noel, Wni. Fogarty. 

5. Shoal Brook to Glenburnie (both inclusive)— Rjhert Janes, Arch. F. 
Laing, James Raike, William Geary, William Halfyard. 

6. Green's Point to Cow ffearf— James Endicott, Thomas Knott, John 
Gilley, Absalom Decker, John Brake, Peter Payne, Eli Roberts. 

7. Cow Head to Parson.'^' Pond (both inclusive)— James Payne, Israel 
Hutchings, Albert Payne. Wm. H. Parsons, Samuel C. Payne. 

8. Daniel's Harbor, including Belburns and Portland Creek — Abner 
Biggins, Henry J. House, Allied Elson, George Perry, Jas. House, Michael 
House, A L. Wentzell. 

9. King's Coi;e— David House, Jesse Patey, Henry Shinnicks, Charles 
Hewlin, John L. House. 

10. FWt Sauric^ers— Abraham House, James Ryan, Henry Rumbold, 
Michael Gaines, E. L. Goff, A. Levers. 

11. Brig Bay and vicinity— John F. Garreau, W. H. Coombs, Ambrose 
Kennedy, James Pittman, Ambrose Wal.sh, Richard Appleton, Thomas 
Cainea. 

12. Currant /s/anrf— Nathaniel Taylor, John Toop, Daniel Dredge, 
Robert Taylor, Isaac Gibbons. 

13. Flower's Cove— John Diamond, Eugene Walsh, Abraham Whelan, 
Thomas Gould, Israel Genge, jr., George Moores, E. J. Morrissey. 

14. Savage Gove to Eddiee Cove (inclusive)— J ohn W. Noseworthy, Jno. 
Way, George Cains, Thomas Mitchelmore, George Mugford, Andrew Coles, 
Thomas White, sr. 

15. Cook's Harbor— Win. Brewer, A. Short, Henry Butt, Theo. Woods- 
worth, Nath. Decker. 

16. Ha Ha Bay — Henry Decker, Henry Adams, Thomas Elliott. 

17. Griguet (Dark Tickle to Little Braha)—l{y. Weir, Simeon Hillier, 
Jacob Bursey, Joseph Bursey, George Colbourne. 

18. Fortune (Griguet) Dark Tickle, ex , (o L'anse au Medee, in. — Baxter 
Hillier, Duncan Bartlelt, Wm. H. Pynn, Isaac Bartlett, James Edison. 

19. St. Anthony— Wm. T. Boyd, Fred Ollerhead, Thomas Penney, J. T. 
Dean, John Rice. 

20. St. Anthony Bight— WWWrim Pilgrim, sr., A. Pilgrim, Samuel 
Kinsella, Henry Dean, Edg^r Penney. 

21. Goose Cow— Joseph Murrin, Robert Noel, Thomas Sexton, Alfred 
Powell, J. McDonald. 

22. St. Julian's— Timothy McQiath, John Bromley, Timothy Kear- 
ney, John Fitzpatrick, James Davis, sr., P. W. Bromley. 

23. Conche—B. Casey, J. Power, M. Casey, D. J. Flynn, J. D. Fitz- 
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24. Englee — Eli Fillier, John Compton, Jacob Fillier, David Comp- 
ton, Albert Hancock. 

25. Canada Harbor — William Clark, Michael Hynes, John Reeves. 

26. Hooping Harbor to Gat Harbor (both inclusive) — W. John Rendell, 
Geo. Newman, J. Nicholas, Win. (Ja-^^ell, A. Rendell, Thomas Rendell. 

27. North Side JFhite Bay— Thn< W.-.-ks. John Ford, Jos, Combden, 
Alfred Pittnian, James Ricks, Win A. I?il]il), Alf.v. H. Wagner. 

28. Seal Gove JFhite Bay— k W Watinn, James 0-b)rue, sr, James 
Pollaid, Thnma.'i Pinkson, Davi.l W ells. 

29. South Side, Whitf Bay — bilm Blanchard, sr., Thomas Rice, sr., 
Edwaid W. Breen, Alex. Hewitt. Alfred Banks, Robt. Gale, Jos. Ricketts 

30. Fleur de Lys — Jereniiali Ford, Michael Lewis, Jos. She<j, Joseph 
Lewis, John Traveise. 

31. Coachman's Cove— J&s. McCormack, Jas. Aylward, Elias Philpot, 
John Downey, Andrew McCormack. 

32. Pacquet, N. E. — Wm. Norman, Henry Norman, John Mitchell. 

33. Pacquet, N. IV. — James Pardy, Reuben Mercer, Wm. Sparkes. 

34. Bri-vV!^Gove—.\o\\u Cairoll, Michael Martin, Toii.^saiiit Hvnes, 
John Payn, Thomas Furey. 

35. La Srie — Wm. A. Toms, Geo. Morgan, Elias Bndt;ell, Jno. Glance, 
J. R. Toms. 

36. Groais Islands- Patrick Gardner, Anthony Gnrdner. 

37. St. Barbe Islaiid.^—C. Greenham, John Burton, A. Booth. 

District of Twillngate- 

1. Shoe Cove— Geo. K. Noseworthy, John A. Gray, Samuel Martin. 

2. TO^ Cow— W. G. Adams, John Baker, Wm. M. Colbourne, John 
W. Clarke, John Ludlow, Henry Mitchell (Caplin Cove), Robert Coombs 
(Round Harbor). 

3. Snook's Ann — Thomas Foote, Peter Austin, Wm. Foote, Wm. Foss. 

4. Indian Burying Place— Samuel White, William H. Prowle, Esau 
Adams, Kenneth Prowle, Francis Bowers, W. White. 

5. Nippers Harbor— Charles Batstone, Wm. H. Milley, E. G. Starks, 
John Dolland, Simeon Noble. 

6. Eastern Stocking Harbor to Rogue Harbor — William Giles, Samuel 
Giles, Samuel Rideout, John Hounsell, Thomas Hounsell, Ed. Fleming. 

7. N. IV. Arm, Green Bay — Andrew Roberts, Lorenzo Mills, Samuel 
Young, Thos. Dwyer, William Roberts, Edward Flemming, John Thomas. 

8. King's Point, S. JV. Arm, Green Bay — Esau Burt, Harry Colbourne, 
Frederick Thistle, Wm. Matthews, Ezekiah Starks. 

9. Battling Brook, S. JV. Arra, Green Bay —Chas. Cake, Wm. Budgell , 
George Chippett, Enos Ludlow, John R. Bartlett. 

10. Southern Arm, Green Bay — John Gillard, Jas. Gillard, Job Wells 
John Dicks, Selby Verge, Parmenas Kelly, Zachariah Webber, 



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11. Jackso7i's Cove- Samuel A. Knight, Charles W. Batstone, John 
Batstone, Charles G. Strong, George Moores. 

12. Harry's Harbor — John W. White, Elisha Evans, Robert Upwards, 
Reuben Baker, Lot King. 

13. Three Arms—D. Strong, James Norris, Fred. Strong, Job Wells. 

14. Wild bight — Jonathan Young, Edward Brown, Albert Young, 
Robert Young. 

15. Little Bay Mines — Wm. Walker, Thomas Dennihey, James White, 
James Walsh, Thos. Colbourne, Geoi-ge Carpenter, Joseph Ridout, William 
Lush, Richard Penny. 

16. St. Patrick's — Joseph Colbourne, John Mercer, Edward Bower, 
William Mercer, jr., Solomon Warren, John Baker, Richard McDonald, 
Thomas R. Bouzan, John Walker. 

17. Springdale—W Siher Clarke, Jos. Anstey, Joseph Blackler, Samuel 
Clarke. 

18. Little Bay Island — George Jones, Job Wiseman, Frank Weir, Frank 
Locke, George Anstey, Oliver Jones, Elisha Hustins. 

19. Soulians Cove — Elisha Hutcliings, Elisha Hoskins, J. Hull, Esau 
Campbell, Ed. Weir, Wm. Roberts, Jas. VViseman, John Hibbs. 

20. Woodford's Ctve — Geo. Esmond, Arch. Locke, Alfred Milley. 

21. Little Ward's Harbor — Joseph Saunders, John Thoms, George 
Saunders, Uriah Dicks, Enos England, Kenneth Weir, Jonas Saunders. 

22. Boot Harbor — Simeon Thistle, Jacob Taylor, Esau Taylor, Alfred 
Wiseman. 

23. Robert's Arm — C. W. Warr, Mark Rowsell. 

24. Ward's Harbor— Ji. J. Rowsell, George Ryan, George Rowsell, 
John Burton. 

25. Cutwell Arm — John Ridout, James Croucher, Daniel Ridout, Sam. 
Croucher, Kenneth K. Short. 

26. Lush's Bight — Peter Parsons, Peter Brooks, Azarilla Roberts, 
Arthur Parsons, William Roberts. 

27. Dark Tickle — Joseph Fudge, Geoige Fudge, James Fudge, Willis 
Purchase, Frank Fudge. 

28. Little Triton — W. Enstrege, W. Vincent, Joseph Wiusor. 

29. Wellman's Cove, Cobb's Cove, Paddock's Bight, Jerry's Har. (Sunday 
Cove Island) — Gforge Normore, Elias Wellman, Chas. Locke, Isaac Fudge, 
Wm. Wellman, Josiah Hewlett, Henry Short, Levi Colls. 

30. Triton — EU Wiusor, Obadiah Winsor, John Vincent, Thomas 
Budgell, John Williams. 

31. Newtown, Sunday Cove JsZajirf— Esau Hewlett, Jasper Reid, Robt. 
Burton, Charles Martin. 

32. Hall's Bay, North Side—Qtiorge Grant, Martin Williamson, John 

Butt. 

33. Pilley's Island— Gerald Whealan, Joseph Antle, Amazia Guy, 
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34. Head Harbor— U. W. Fudge, Wm. Watkins, Geo. Pride, William 
Pittman, Maurice White. 

35. Card's Harbor — Thomas Roberts, George Roberts, James Vincent, 
John Roberts, Joseph Lush. 

36. Sopp's Island- -Solomon Penney, Ebenezer Wear, Albert Penney, 
John Snow. 

37. Glover's Harbor — Levi Rowsell, John Marsh, Robert Ward, Joseph 
Rowsell, James Marsh. 

38. Leading Tickles East — G. H. Andrews, Robert Andrews, Stanley 
Loveman, Patrick Cook, M. A. Butler. 

39. Leadiwj Tidies West — Pearce Newman, Noah Chippett, Israel 
Rowsell, G. H. Haggett, George Wliealan. 

40. Badger Bay — Thomas J. Glavine, Stephen Head, Denis Cook, 
Peter Molloy, Martin Head. 

41. Fleuries Bight — Joseph Rice, George Pearce, Peter Mitchell, Ter. 
Kennedy, William Joseph Bugdell, John Kennedy. 

42. New Bay — Jacob Moores, David Spencer, Walter Yates, Albert 
Yates, Wm. T. Boone. 

43. jY. JV. Arm, New Bay — Ambrose Osmond, Fred. B. Moore, John 
Thomas Boone, Thomas White, Wm. White. 

44. -S. IV. Artii, New Bay~J. M. Andrews, Sam. Parmeter, S. Cooper, 
A. W. Shirran, H. M. Andrews. 

45. South Arm, Neio Bay — Peter Rolf, Robert Rolf, Jacob Rudge, 
George Thompson, George Sheppard. 

46. S. E. Arm, New Bay — Adolphus Yates, George White, George 
Boone, Samuel Wall, Jacob Hustins. 

47. Fortune Harbor — John Carey, Matthew Glavine, William Quirk, 
David Glavine, James Carroll, John Davis. Joseph Byrne, Denis Glavine. 

48. Waldron's Cove — Lawrence Lyver, Ed. Lyver, Peter Byrne, John 
Lyver. 

49. Charles' Brook — Joseph Hutchings, D. Downton, Josiah Purchase. 

50. Exploits — J. Manuel, W. M. Winser, Jas. M. Lacey, G. Sceviour, 
Josiali Dart, Eleazer Manuel, Alp. Milley. 

51. Swan Island — James Wells, Zephaniah Wells, George Dawe. 

52. Northern Arm, Botwood — W. Evans, P. Manuel, H. Langdon. 

63. Badger Brook— 5. D. Coleman, Thomas O'Neill, Samson Greening, 
Edgar Penney, Daniel Bryan, John Budgell. 

54. Peter's Arm — Elias Burt, John Seamoure, James Byrne, William 
LeDrew, William Lidstone, 

65. Little Burnt Bay — J. W. Froud, Jas. Snow, Noah Ball, Hubert 
Brett, Samuel Pelley. 

56. Botwood — George Squires, Henry Sheppard, Clement Hutchings, 
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57. Norris' Arm — George Ryall, Jolin Ryan, Thomas McDonald. Alf. 
S. Hopkins, Moriigon Lingaid, John C. Hopkins. 

58. Norris' Arm, N. ^'.— Gto. Hallett, L^aac Stuckle.-s, Alfied WhitCj 
Wm. T. Langsden, Alf. Miuchington, Wni. Melvin, George T. Ovens. 

59. Burnt Arm — Stanley LeDiew, Jacob Hussey, Wm. Wooldriilge, 
James Ludlow, Benjamiu Elliott. 

60. Laurenceton — Parmenas Brown, John Manual, Amos Brown, Philip 
Dalton, Moses Lidstone. 

61. Scissor's Gove — Absalom Chalk, Abraham Chalk, Thomas Clark, 
James Snow, John Pardy, David Ball, Mark Anstey. 

62. Leivisporte — Robert H. Boone, John Noseworthy, John Freake, 
Joseph Jure, Robert Woolfrey, Robert Small. 

63. Wedern Head, Whale's Gulch, and Halt Fond — Jos. Bursey, Robert 
Rowsell, Thos. Jewer, Andrew Manuel, Edward Hodnott, Mhrk Rideout, 
Az. Jones, Leodore Rideout. 

64. Michael's i/nr&o?-^ William Lush, Alan Budden, John Clancey, 
John Lush, Timothy Pilley. 

65. Gampbellton — John Fox, David Young, Samuel Clarke, Abraham 
Perry, Ebenezer Snow. 

66. Loon Bay — H. W. Manuel, Thomas Hicks, George Brenton, sr., 
Levi White. 

67. Birchy Bay — Samuel Mews, Thomas Canning, Joseph Quinlan, 
John Canning, Richard Mews, Basil Osmond. 

68. Gomfort Gove — James Rose, John Rose, John Head, Moses Head, 
J. M. Eveltigh. 

69. GotteU's Island — Kenneth Ridout, Samuel King, Alfred Ridout, 
Eli Anstey. 

70. Black Island — James Primmer, William Potter, William Dorey, 
Peter Frampton, Martin Hennefant. 

7L Samson's Island — Stephen James, Samuel Potter, John Baker, J. 
George Gates, Thomas Weller. 

72. Farmer's Arvi — Elijah Wheeler, George Gates, Obadiah Wheeler, 
William Small, Joseph Wheeler. 

73. Little Ghance iTarfeor— James Jones, Robeil T. Jennings, Matthins 
Wall, P. Noel, Joseph W. Bartlett. 

74. Moretons Harbor — Ambrose Brett, James French, Reuben Small, 
Edward Woolfreys, Aug. Brett, John Taylor, jr., Mark Ridout, Az. Jones. 

75. Tizzard's Harbor — Joseph Osmond, Mark Burt, William Forward, 
Thomas Burt, Titus Locke. 

76. Virain Arm — John B. Stockley, Joseph Hicks, Joseph Bournden 

Eli Hann. 

77. Friday's Bay — Frederick Sansome, Noah Wheeler, James (Jillard, 
Isaac Eirle, David Rice, Alexander Sansome, John Mahany. 

78. Trump Island— Sumuel Keefe, Frederick J. Bovd, S. J. Smith, 
James Willaa, Thomas Smith. 



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79. Carter's Cove — Ambrose W. Burt, Thomas Burt, John Farr. 

80. Tivillingate — George Guy, Philip Young, Philip Freeman, Amos 
Rossitor, Frederick House, James Hodder, William Churchill, Albert Lin- 
tield, Edward White, Arch. Borden, Henry Granville, Samuel Sheppard. 

81. Herring Neck — Francis Miles, John Hussey, Wm. Miles, Edwin 
Kearley, James Crossley. 

82. Merritt's ffarfcor— Elijah Powell, Samuel Langdown, Elij. Elliott. 

83. Pike's Arm — Henry Walley, James Burton, George Way, Heniy 
Cutlers. 

84. fioiid'a Cove — George Mercer, Patrick Clait, Richard Pope, James 
Wells. 

85. Beaverkin — David Barrett, Benjamin Roberts. 

86. Beaver Gove — John Day, John Peck ford, George Mercer, sr., Sam. 
Elliott, Gideon Day, Joseph Bennett. 

87. Horwood, N. S. — William Hodder (James), James Hodder, Abel 
Hodder. 

88. Ulcnicood — W. B. Temple, Lionel Hynes, John Osmond, D. Black- 
more 

District of Fogro 

1. fhrnood, S. t^.— Rohttt Pike, William Cull, Samuel Simmonds, 
Abijuh Purchase, Reuben Penney. 

2. Change Islands — Walter J. Torraville, Thomas W. McGinn, Chas. 
Fancy, Arthur Scammell, Thomas Torraville, sr., Sydney D. Cook, James 
White. 

3. Island Harbor — John Ford, John Butt, Wm. Butt, Martin Barnes, 
Bernard McKenna. 

4. Fogo — Ezekiel Lu.ilovv, George Bigaell, George Elliott, Thomas 
Dwyer, John Miller, jr., Jas. Loder, Philip Perry, Robt. Irish, Hub. Oake. 

5. Barred Islands — George Foster, Aaron Watkins, James Ford, Elij. 
Cull, John Fennimore, James Cull, Richard Goodwin. 

6. Joe Batts y^l /■?/*— Ambrose Coffin, John Jacobs, James Coffin, Geo. 
Miller, Peter Penton, James Besant, Charles Freake. 

7. Tilion Harbor— i. Biiike, P. J. Brien, C. Lane, Peter Biaudeis, C. 
Greene, E. Sardy, C. Walsh, F. Mahoney, James Foley. 

8. Link Fogo Island — David Harrigan, James Cobb, John Duiuj, 
Edward Taylor, James Pearce. 

9. Seldom-Come- Bye — Frederick D. Scott, Wm. John Harnett, George 
Rowe, Henry Anthony, Theophilus Dawe, Alan Rowe (Martin), Jordan 
Penney. 

10. Indian Islands — Thomas W. Coish (Alfred), Eli Sheppard, Lorenzo 
Collins, Wm. Penney, sr., Geo. Sheppard, Jesse Perr}-, Lemuel Hoddinntt. 

11. Gander Bay, A^ S.— Arthur Burden, Edward Francis, Thomas 
Francis, Maurice Thistle, Robert Gillingham (of George), Benj. Gilling- 
ham, jr., Simon Snow. 



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12. Gander Bay, S. S. — James Hodder, Aitlinr Hodder, William 
Eastman, John Harris, jr., Adam Lane. 

13. Victoria Gove — Walter B. Torraville, James Oake, Ben). Ludlow, 
Charles Bursey, Andrew Bursey. 

14. Frederickton — John Budden, Wnj. Wheaton, sr., Chas. VVheaton, 
sr., Jonas Brenton, Moses Wheaton. 

15. Gariiianville — Willis Tulk, George Ellsworth, Sam. Bren^tone, jr., 
Joiin West, Edwin Tulk, George Harbin, sr., John Cuff, of Gi^oige. 

Hi. Gariaaiicille North,, and A^oyqin Gove — Jolin T. Hicks, (jeo. Black- 
wood, Kenneth Hicks, Elias Chalk, Alfred Hicks, Azariah Parsons, Sainton 
Gillingham. 

17. Ladle and Apsey Coves — Edward T. Tulk, Heniv Chalk, Bertram 
Talk, Thomas West, Benjamin Tulk. 

18. Musgrave Harbor — William Wliiteway, jr., Nicholas Goodyear, 
Levi Whiteway, John Pinsent, George Wliiteway. 

19. Doting Cove — Thomas Dyke, George Cuff, Isaac Abbott, Eli Hicks, 
Solomon N. Abbott, James Hicks, Willis Abbott. 

20. Gat Harbor — Stephen Hatcher, Wm. Parsons (of Rich.), Jonathan 
Paisons, Henry Butt, Wesley Howell, Simeon Parsons, Tobias Parson^, 
George Gibbons, Hiram Gibbons. 

District of Bonavista 

1. Gape Freels — John Andrews, K.Humphries, Esau Stagg, Charles 
Vincent, Sam. Andrews. 

2. Pinchard's Island — Albert Gill, Wni. Hounsell, Hubert Blackmore, 
George Perry, Richard Hounsell. 

3. Neuiown — Daniel Gieen, James Hetferlon, Eli Parsons, Frank 
Andrews, Frederick BarVjour (of Thos.), Kenneth Eidout, Henry Melendy. 

4. Pound Core— Charles Hounsell, Jos. Hounsell, Mark Norris, N'uali 
Kean, Thomas Bolen. 

5. Wesleyville — Samuel Tiller (of Jas.), Sam. Roberts (of Thos.), Sam. 
Hutchings, Nathan Winsor, Wm. Tiller, sr., Geo. Winsor, sr., Robt. Best. 

C. Broohjield — Peter Gaultou, Job Kean, Henry Gaulton, C. Oranter, 
Jacob Millett, Fredeiick Yetman. 

7. Valleyfield--KhTAm. Stratton, Martin Knee, .Fames Oldford, Sam. 
Stratton, Robert Green. 

8. Pool's Z^totrf— Louis'Wicks, Obadiah Spurrell, Wm. J. Knee, Tubi^s 
Brown, Nathaniel Kelloway, Fred. Brown, Walter Dalton. 

9. Safe Harbor — Isaac Barboui', Absolam Jeans, Aaron Gillingham, 
Stephen Bourne, Jos. Stokes. 

10. Greenspond—^&t. Granter, John Burry, Walter Carter, Thomas 
Wornell, Thos. Hunt, S. Stratten, Jabez Burry. 

11. Loo C7ov«— John Burrv, Hugh White, Fred. Carter, A. Burry, Jos. 
White. 



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12. Shamhler's Gove— Arthnv Vivian, Geo. Vivian, Fieri. Stagg, George 
Stagg, Samuel Bragg. 

13. Neio Harbor — Josiah Collin.«, Enoch Collins, Thomas Holloway, 
Ben. Holloway, Robt. Keat^^, Wni. Collins. 

14. Fair Island — Edwin No.*ewoithy, John Rogers, Henry Rogers, 
Adam Faniage, Wia. Boland. 

15. Shalloivay Corp. — Hy. Fitzgeiald, Ml. Crock, Martin Furlong, Jos. 
Turner, Wrn. Ryan. 

HI, St. Brendan's — James Mackey, James Hynss, Thonias Turner, 
John Kelly, Philip Beresford. 

17. Burnt Mand~Thos<. Kean, Thos. McDonald, John Kelly (of S.), 
Joseph Kean, James Hollahaii. 

18. Gooselierry Island — .luli House, Robt. Wells, Jacob P?rry, Ben. 
Wells, Robt. Parsons, Wm. Taylor. 

19 Di^er hlnnd — Samuel Felthaiu, John Glover, Geo Feltham, John 
Feltham, .John Tite. 

20. Hare /)rt)/-Samuel Collin.«, Joseph Wells, Maitin Ford, Samuel 
Collins (Shoal Bay), Arthur Vivian. 

21. Mint Brook and Gamho — Simeon Osmond, Andrew Kelly, Peter 
Sullivan, James Berresford, Peter Cashin, Samuel Kelly, Patrick White. 

22. Flat Islands — Jos. Ral)ih, William Hallett, Noah Ralph, Stanley 
Samson, Reuben Ralph, sr, 

23. Alexander Bay — Nelson Sparks, Victor Roach, Francis Parsons, 
William Dewey, Ed. Sweetapple, Thomas Ralph, Daniel Burton. 

24. Salvarje Bay — Jose])h H. J. Moss, John S. Penny, William Moss, 
Edward Dyke, William Martin. 

25. Squid TtVA/e- Stanley Burden, Joseph Oldford, John Oldford, 
Geoige,Troke, James Hunter. 

26 Salvage — Ab. Moss. Henry Brown, John Lane, Allan Brown, Ort'en 
Burden, Henry Dunn, John S. Brown. 

27. Happy Adventure — Abram Turner, sr., John Moss, Robt. Powell, 
William Turner, WfUiam John Kean. 

28. Charlottetoivn — Alex. Spracklin, William Ford, WiUiam Abbott, 
Aithur Templeman, Simeon Sptacklin. 

29. Port Blandford — Andrew Stares, Andrew Rowsell, Sam. Elliott, 
John T. Steed, Richard Weeks, Daniel Pilley, Noah Ford. 

30. Banyan's Cove — William White, Joseph Martin, Isaac Husseyi 
Andrew Hobbs, Richard Oldford, James Burry. 

31. Canning's Cove — Abraham Penney, Wm. Penney, John Pitts jr., 
John Simmonds, John Chatman, G. Penney. 

32. Bloomiield and Musgravetoum - ^WslS Biown, sr., George Reader) 
Charles Saint, James Little, Ishmael Matthews. 

33. Brooklyn, West — Thomas Blundou, S. Jlatchani, G. Lelhbridgei 
Isaiah Pye, David Diamond, Thomas Oldford, Thomas Duffett. 



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34. Brooklyn, East—A. B. Stares, Wni. Pye, W. J. Stares, Henry G. 
Chalk, Arch. Bennett. 

35. Portland — John Hancock, Stephen Ricketts, John Ivany, James 
HoHoway, William Ash. 

36. Jamestown — George Haines, William Yetnicaii, Samson Handcock, 
Henry Reaf^er, C. Haines, Thomas Moss, sr., Wm. Pike. 

37. Sweet Bay — D. Dooley, Thomas Mullowney, er., James Nowlan, 
Francis Neill, James Dooley. 

38. Southern Bay — Alfred Prince, John Moss, Samuel Prince (James), 
James Prince, James Quinton. 

39. /nrfi«9i/lr»i— John Humby (of Ed.), Saniuel Fry, sr., A. Newell, 
Joseph Tilley, Thomas Whelaii, John Humb^', Richard Brennan. 

40. Plate Cove~U. F. Kehoe, Pierce Haney, (of Patrick), N. Cheeversi 
J. T. Fennell, John Furloiii,' (of Jan)es.) 

41. Opeji Hall — James Gould, Robert Gould, James B.uker (of Jos.), 
John Moss (of George), John Moss (of John). 

42. lied Cliff — John Quinton, sr., Joli He Quinton, John Ryan, sr., Wm. 
Bowen, sr., Jacob Quinton. 

43. Tickle Cove — Adam C. Skiffington, Wm. Russell, Michael Connors, 
Nicholas Kelly, William Taylor, James Lane (of Joseph). 

44. Keels— Joseph Hobbs (of John), John Penney (of Wm.), Thomas 
Yetman, Henry Hobbs, William Ducey. 

45. Broad Gove — John Carroll, James Matthews, John Tobin, John 
Walsh, Joseph Gash. 

46. King's Gove — Thomas Devine, J. P., David Sullivan, Peter Barron, 
Walter Brown, Thomas Curtis. 

47. Stork Cove—Edwfird Brennan, Thomas Golahue, sr., Pat. Mahony, 
Matthew Ayhvard, Thomas Walsh. 

4H. KnighVs Gove — Patrick Walsh, Joseph Aylwaid, Patrick Ricketts, 
(of James), William Aylward, Maurice Ricketts, sr. 

49. Newman's Cove — George Saiut. James Baker, Patrick Tei'ry, John 
Ryan, sr., Henry Bartlett, George B. Mittlen, Wni. Brown (of Edmund). 

50. Amherst Cove — George Mitilen, Geoige Bangor, Wm. Brown, Geo. 
Little, Henry Bartell. 

51. Bonavista — Hezckiali Abbott (of Robt.), Lewis Little, Jas. Ford, 
Solomon Harris, Thomas Fitigerald, Joseph Hicks (of R.icliard), Philip 
White, Alfred Templeman, Michael Fennell (of Michael), Hugh Abbott, 
(of Joseph), Joseph Russell. 

District of Tpinity— 

1. Spillar's Cove — John Fleming (of Wm.), Thos. Fleming, sr., Alfred 
Tremlett, Thos. Fleming (of John), Robert Street (of James), John Fisher. 

2. Elliston— Job Coles, Job Baker, George Rendell, Garland Porter, 
Robert Hobbs, John Hicks, William Martin. 

3. Little Gatalina^Geovge Dallou, Thomas Carpenter, Jas. E. Johnson 
Thomas Steed, Thomas Day, 



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4. Catalina — John D. Mason, Willisim White, jr., John Biir.-ey, James 
Sheppard, William Hicks, Thomas Sutton, Thomas Russell, sr., James 
Edgecombe, sr., Edward Murphy. 

5 Melrose — James G. Donovan, Edward Lane, Philip Peters (John), 
Edward Duggan, John Dooiy, John hVehan. 

6. EiKjIisIi Harhor — Mark ^^^l'-, 'iilliert Bugden, Charles Penney, 
Alexander Barnes, Martin Pottle, ( icng.- Ivanv. 

7. Salmon Cove — Willinnj Day, Tlmnias Uoldwoithy, George Randell, 
(of George), Ro Vie rt Oos.«e, Maik i),-\\lirig. 

H Slu'it ('lire mid li'ubin Hooil —.\i<hii Guppy, John Fjaik-y, Adam R. 
Randell, Michael Power, Henry Hutler, John Ivany. 

'.). Trivitii East -MnUhew Evilley, John Jones (of Jonas), William 
WntLs, Richard Jones, Edward Lawlor, Thomas Fowlow, John Hogarth. 

10. 7'?J?u7//--Rol>ert Morris, .lohn Hoskins, John Coleridge, Chai Its 
Morris, John Wooliidgc, William Locke, Frank Wiseman, Mark Hurdle, 
John Brown. 

11. Uld Bonaventare- — lonatlun Pitcher, Ahram Pitcher, Robt.. House, 
Arcliibald J. Pilche-r, Ale.xand.'i I'ltcher, Timothy Bailev. 

12. Neu> Bonaventure — Gfoige Field, Henry Miller, Joseph Miller, 
Thomas Bailey, Fred. Miller, Moses Hyde, Ephriam Kin^', Joseph Miller, 
Walter Vivian. 

13. British Harbor — J. E. C. Gardner, Cyril Gardner, Wm. Anderson. 
George Gardner, Edward Leonard, John Whitty, Janics Leonard, Richard 
Leonard, Henry T. Clarke, Philip V. Vokey. 

14. Ireland's Eye — William G. Hodder, Eli Toop, jr., James Toop, 
Charle.s Kelly, jr., George Ivany. 

15. Deer /yarfto;— Edgar T. King, Jesse Crocker. John G. Penney, 
William J. King, John Evilley. 

16. Thoroughfare — Nathaniel Mills, James Brown, John Mills. 

17. Burgoyne's Cove — William Phillips, Jubal Phillip.s, Alf J. Ivany, 
Arthur Carbery, Levi Rogers, Elijah Frond. 

18. Rody Brook— lAumnnueX Stone, Jr., William Reid, John Stone, 
William Duttett, Edward Sinclair. 

l.y. White Rork — Edmund Frampton, Ronald Stone, Alex. Dalton. 

20. Broad Oore (Smith's Sound) — Simeon Stiong, William J. Barrett, 
Dugald White, Luther Pelley, Allied Stone. 

21. George's BrooA;— William Pelley, William J. Adam-^, Fred. Pelley. 

22. Snook's Harbor— William J. Loder, Robert Randell, Jno. T. Smith, 
James Baker, jr., Alan Smith. 



23. Britannia Cove — Thomas Currie, Reuben Laite, William Cooper, 
Edgar Walters, William Ivany, John Stone, John Burridge. 

24. Hickman's Harbor — Benjamin Martin, Samuel Thistle, Alfred 
Martin, Stephen Blunden. 

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26. Fosters Point— WiUiam Miller, Eli Stanley, Noah George, John 
Gooby, sr. 

27. Elliott's Gove — Archibald Smith, James Bhindon, Eli Maidment, 
John Gooby, Samuel Walters. 

28. Shoal Harbor — Malcolm Stanley, Louis Stanley, Wm. Clench. 

29. Clarenville — Abram Bursey, Edmund Pierce, John Adey, Joseph 
Baggs, jr., Zebedee Stanley. 

30. Lee Bight — Robert Adey, Edward Adey, Samuel Hansford, Simeon 
Adey, Simeon VV. Adey. 

31. Northern Biyht — Albert House, Eleazer Benson, Joseph Qieen, 
Alan Benson, Alexander Churchill, James Styles, jr., Thomas Stansford. 

32. Hatchet Cove and St. Jones' Within — Eleazer Robbiii:^, Jno. Bishop, 
John Tucker, Matthias King, Elijah Price. 

33. Queen's Gove — George Butt, Elisha Gregory, James Baker, James 
Gooby. 

34. Long Bearh — George Vey, Thomas Gosse, George Burfitt, Eleazer 
Avery. 

35. Hodge's Gove — Isaac J. Smith, Archibald Curtis, Jacob Smith, 
Arthur W. Smith, Joseph Whalan. 

36. Little Heart's Ease — Jonah Stringer, Wm. M.fShaw, Geo. Martin, 
Thomas Spurrell. 

37. Fov Harbor — Thomas Pond, Thomas Smith, Edward Seward. 

38. Heart's Ease — William Flynn, Peter Seward, jr., George Smith. 

39. St. Jones' Without — James Hiscock, Samuel Green, Caleb Green. 

40. Bay Bulls Arm — Mark Rockwood, Thomas Parsons, Archibald 
Peddle, Joseph Snook (of Robt.), Archibald Hopkins. 

41. Chance Gove — George Brace, Thos. Peddle, Samuel Rowe, Emanuel 
Smith, William Hollett. 

42. BeUevue—io\i.\x Fahey, Thomas Pinsent, Patrick Lynch, Owen 
McCarthy, Ambrose Ralph. 

43. Colliers Bay Cove — Uriah Thorne, ThnmasTiiorne, Uriah Bantem. 

44. Norman's Cove — Joshua Warren, Caleb White, sr., Sam. Newhook, 
Thomas White, Caleb White, jr. 

45. Chapel .4r»i— Benjamin Warren, sr., Edward Pretty, Samuel 
Warren, jr., John Smith, Charles Warren. 

46. Dildo — Albert George, John Moore, Victor Moore, Saui. J. Pretty, 
Thomas Moore, John Peddle. 

47. New Harbor— iAxna^ W. Hillier, William Sooley, Geo. Cranford, 
Robert W. Woodman, Martin Higdon. 

48. Ho;peall—3ohn King, Thomas Lahey, Henry Mayne. 

49. Green's Harbor — Josiah Taylor, Wm. Day, Simeon Cooper, J.jhn 
Rowe, Enoch Reid. 

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51. Curenrfis/i— Reuben Bussey, William Jerrett, Eli Jackson, Henry 
Jerrett. 

52. Island Cove — Is^rael Walsli, James Chislett (of Frederick), Elias 
Chislett, James Cbislett (of >Joal).) 

53. Heart's Delight— (Jarrctt Bryant, Edmund Ellis, Samuel Crocker, 
Hubert Hurnuni, Japhet Sooley, Steplien H. Crocker, Henry Fost. 

54. Heart's Desire — George Lealiy, Edgar C'rocker, Joseph Lahey, 
Henry George, William Groves. 

55. Heart's Content — Charles R. Rondell, Richard Barrett, Reuben 
George, Martin Rowe, Abraham Rovve, Mark Howell, George Bonner, 
Reuben Rowe, sr., George Babstock. 

56. New Perlican — Peter Malthtw?, Jacob Piercey, Jacob Penson, Geo. 
Penney, Walter Martin. 

57. Turk's Cove — Jeremiah Conway, Terence Moore, Thomas Ryan, 
Michael Harty, Charles Scott. 

58. Srilly Cove — Jacob Pa^roft, Frederick George, Edmund Follett, 
John P. Green, Peter Hindy. Robert Hindy, sr. 

59. Hant's Harbor — Harrison Janes, Wm. Stickland, Reuben Price, 
Simeon Green, jr.. Samuel Ellis. 

60. Seal Cove — Frank Harris, Israel Palmer, Frank Single, Absalom 
Trim. 

61. New Melhoutme — Elisha Button, John C. Mansfield, Sam. Wood- 
land, Ambrose Harris. 

62. Lance Cot'c— Henry Strong, Henry T. Avery, Archibald Austin, 
Eli Head. 

63. Sibley's Cove — Azariah Sparks, Augustus Sparks (of Abm), Step. 
Adey. 

64. IVhilhourne and Blaketown — George Sparks, John Walsh, Thomas 
Noseworthy, Arch. Brown, John C. Smith. 

Bay-de-Verde— 

1. Old Perlican — Walter Cramni, Stephen Burt, George Button, John 
Hopkins, Moses Pike, Malcolm Rogers, Abraham Froude, Joshua Barrett. 

2. Daniel's Gove — William Howaid, John Kelly. 

3. Grate's Cove — Ananias Norris, Azariah King, James Martin, John 
Vey, John Avery. 

4. Red Head Cove — Pat. Quinlan, Patrick Hyde, Cornelius Hogan. 

5. Low Point — Michael Dee, Thomas Fleming, Michael Power. 

6. Bay-de-Vtrde — Edward Moore (of Jas.), Moses Blundon (Henry), 
Thomas Riggs (of Andrew), Joseph Keats, Henry Thomas Riggs. 

7. Caplin Cove— John S. Butt, John Reynolds, James Reynolds. 

8. Lower Island Cove — Herbert Sparkes, Robert Rogers, Charles Reed, 
Benjamin Morris, Benjamin Snelgrove, Philip S. Cooper, Philip Shano, 
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9. JoVs Cove — Caleb Thorne, Andrew Golford, Edward F. Murphy. 

10. Burnt Point — Edward Tucker, Johu Weeks, Josiah Weeks, Edwin 
Milley. 

11. Gull /s/antZ— Timothy McCann, Philip McCann, John Stockwood. 

12. Northern Bay — John McCarthy, Joseph Hogan, Willi.iin Jacobs, 
Richard Woodfiue (of Elias), Albert Day. 

13. Western Baif — Edward Crummey, James Daltou, Willis P. King, 
Robert B. Penney, William Coish, Thomas Milley. 

14. Broad Cove North — Edward Squires, Jabez Moores, Thos. Forristal, 
Levi Moores, Joseph Evans. 

15. Broad Cove South — Matthew King, George Francis, Ambrose 
Thistle, Thomas King, sr., Henry Trickett, Thomas Clarke, George Cox. 

16. Perry's Cove to Salmon Cove — Arthur Kelloway, William Thomas 
Swain, Michael Slade, Terence Butt, John Rose Kelloway. 

17. Freshwater — Wm. H. Joyce, Albert Pike, Francis Evelly, Eleazer 
Davis, Richard Clarke. 

District of Carboneap— 

1. Victoria Village — Henry Burke, William Ash, Samuel Westcott. 

2. Carbonear — Nathaniel Tayloi, Kenneth McCarthj', John Knox, Jos. 
Dooley, Joshua Ash, Edward Chijiman, Johu Lyte, Joseph Osmond. Wm. 
Powell, Francis Bransfield. 

3. Mosquito — Patrick Haw, John W. Taylor. 

District of Harbor Grace— 

1. Harbor Grace (Proper) — Edmund Rogers, Daniel Fitzgerald, Step. 
Bray, John Sheppard (of George), Robert Lilly, George Pike, William 
Hennessey, John Sheridan, sr., Ed. Guilfoyle, George Bradbury, James 
Foley. 

2. Harbor Grace, S. S — Edmund Taylor, Moses Yetman, Jas. Yetman, 
Edward Sullivan, William T. Noel, Thomas Farrell. 

3. Bnjant's Cove — Henry Noseworthy, Linus Hayse, William Babb, 
John Noel, Henry Yetman. 

4. Upper Island Cove—\Y. M. Young, John Reid, John Lundrigan, A. 
Drover, Wm. Greely, Sol. Jones, Rev. F. Smart, J. T. Jones. 

5. Bishop's Cove — John Smith (of John), Josiah Menchions, William 
Smith (of Isaac), Arnold Smith, Wm. Smith (of Wm.). 

6. Tilton — Stephen Gosse (of Sol.), John Fitzgerald, Wm. Chipmau, 
Jonathan Brown, J. Jeanes. 

7. Spaniard's Bay — John Sheppard (of John), Moses Gosse (of Rich.), 
Josiah Sheppard (of Henry), Nathaniel Gosse (of Nathaniel), D. Whelan, 
Philip Vokey, Josiah Gosse (of Nathaniel), John Moses Seymour. 

8. Shearstown — Edgar Mercer, John Mercer (of Jonathan), Herbert 
Holmes, Isaac Sparks, Joseph Butler. 

9. Bay Roberts — Wm. J. Mercer (of Samuel), Jesse Mercer, Ed. Par, 
sons, Charles Snow (of Ed.), Maithew Fitzpatrick, Thomas Norman, Ed. 



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Sparks (of John), Samuel Mercer (of William), John Delaney (of Joseph), 
B. North. 

10. Caunlnj Road, Bay Roberts — Ed. Freucli (of Alex.), Jas. Mercer, 
of James, Robert Bradbury (of Charles), Azariah Russell, Wm. Delaney. 

11. Colcxfs Point — Wm. Parsons, Robert Parsons, John Curnew, Wm. 
Earle (of Isaac), John Kelly. 

DistPict of Port-de-Grave— 

1. Port-de-Grave— George Mugford, Reuben Ralph, jr., V\'m. Strange, 
Robert Butlei (of Wm.), John J. Taylor. 

2. Bloic-)nedown— George A. Morgan, Wm. Morgan (of Wm.), John 
Porter, Jacob Patten, Henry C. Bishop. 

3. Ship Cove — Oilbeit Andrews, George Dawe (of Jos.), Sam. Taylor, 
William Albert Uawe, Heniy Dawe. 

4. Bareiieed — Thomas Moore, John R. French. John Boone (of Ed.), 
John Stevens, John Batten. 

5. North River — William Noseworthy, Thomas Bendle, J. Mahoney, 
John O'Brien, John Long, sr., James Snow, George Efford. 

6. So7ith River — Ebenezer Boone, William Cuminings, William Rich, 
John Smith, George Andrews, James Hussey. 

7. Dock — Isaac Batten, John Sealey, William Lacey, Esau Lyons, 
Joseph Dawe. 

8. Clarke's Beach — Edward Parsons, Arch. Boone, William Mugford, 
Charles Mugford, John Sealey, John Butler, William Hussey. 

9. Cupids — William Smith, Chesley LeDrew, Nicholas Power, Patrick 
Feehan, William Wells, John C. LeDrew, Heber Ivaney. 

10. Burnt Head — E. Bishop, Robt. Morgan, John Bishop (of John), 
Wm. Fowler (of Wm.), Samuel Bishop. 

11. Brigus — George Wilcox, Solomon Hayes, Moses Bartlett, Thomas 
Roberts, James Burke, Noah Clarke, Thomas Walker, Moses Walsh, Chas. 
Powei'. 

12. Goulds — Joseph Coveyduck, James Anthony, Francis Fowler, 
Robert Lane, Thomas Snow. 

13. Georgestown- Edward Stephen Pearcey, Richard Rose, Edward 
James, Robert Sparks, John Keough. 

District of Harbor Main— 

1. Colliers — James Cole, Thomas Hearn, Patrick Ryan. 

2. Turk's Gut — Denis Shea, Patrick Leary, John Bartlett. 

3. Conception Harbor — Maurice Mahoney, William Keating, James 
Costello, Edward Wade (of Edward), Jas. Dalton, Jas. Costello (Kitchues), 
Patrick Brown (Bacon Cove). 

4 Harbor Main (Proper) — John Sullivan, Patrick F. Brick, Patrick 
Woodford, S. Hickey, Edward Fewer, Thomas Strapp. 

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6. Chapel's Gove — Martin Myers, James Kennedy, Thos. Hawco, Wm. 
Duggan, Patrick Crawley, Timothy Sullivan, Rev. J. Rowe. 

7. Holyrood- Edward Kirby, John Quinlan, Philip Mullowney, Nich. 
Wall, John Mullowney, Timothy O'Rourke. 

8. Horse Cove to Indian Pond — William Butler (Middle i3iglil) Samuel 
Hynes (Kelligrews), Robert H. Dawe (Seal Cove), Nathaniel Coates (Seal 
Cove), Samuel Tilley (Kelligrews), Wm. James Butler (Foxtrap), Joseph 
Qreenslade (Long Pond), Joseph Tilley Fowler (Chamberlains), Thomas 
Bripn (Topsail), William Neary (Horse Cove). 

District of St. John's East — 

1. Bellldand — Thomas Parsons, Thomas Rees, William Hammond, 
William Rees, Michael Connors, Frank Normore, Owen Kelly, Patrick 
MurpLy, James Normore, oF James, Patrick Fitzgerald. Richanl Kent. 

District of Ferryland- 

1. Bay Bulls— Wm. Mulcahy, M. Williams, Ai-thur O'Brien, Terence 
Williams. 

2. Witless Brt?/— John W. Dinn, John P. MuUownej-, James O'Neil, 
Henry Nash, Thomas Norris. 

3. Mo6iie— Robert Davis, jr., James Hutchings, James Kennedy: 

4. Toad's Cove to LaMauche—M. Power, JI. Colbert, T. Reddix, N. 
Power, P. Ronayue. 

5. Brigxis South— J. Byrne, M. Gregory, John Badcock. 

6. Cape Broyle— John Williams, John Brien, James Whelan, Michael 
Brien, John Dalton, Martin Chidley, Patrick Harve)', Patrick Caiew. 

7. Aquaforte—H. C. Wiuser, M. Meagher, P. Brine. 

8. Ferryland — Joseph Kinsella, Wm. Johnson, Alfred White, James 
Williams, Patrick Farrell, David Slaney, Daniel Keefe. 

9. Capliii Bay— Peter Swain, John Power, J. Clancey, Ed. Keough. 

10. Renewse, Fenneuse and Broad Cove — Rev. J. Walsh, R. Quinlan, 
J. Dutton, M. Sheehan, James Jackman, John Morry, Patrick Fennelly. 

11. St. Mtf/iaers— Matthew Brennock, Thos. Ryan, Thomas Colbert, 
Stephen Getherall, Matthew Melvin. 

District of Placentia and St. Mary's— 

1. Drool and Long Bea<-h—P&ir\ck ^t. Croix, Joseph Perry, Thomas 
Neil. 

2. Trepasseii—'R\ch&vA Sutton, sr., John McNeil, Patrick Fitzgerald, 
sr., William Janes, sr., Wm. Curtis, sr., John Corrigan, Thos. Molloy, sr., 
Denis Ryan. 

3. St. Shott's—Feter Molloy, Anthony Molloy, Thomas Finlay. 

4. Pelefs River — David Hicks, John Molloy, Patrick Stamp, David 
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5. Holyrood — John Gibhons, Frank Halleran, Denis Hayward, John 
Stamp, of Patiick, Edward Fletning. 

6. Poivt La Haye and Gaskier — John St. Croix, James Critch, Patrick 
Kielly, John Williams. 

7. St. iV/a?-!/'.s— William Bonia, John Bowen, Matthew Vetnian, James 
Fagan'jWm. Meaney, Daniel Devinc. 

8. Riverhcad, St. Mary\^ — Michael Lee, Stephen Fagan, John Lee, 
Thomas Hearn. 

9. Mall L'fti/— Michael Ryan, Stephen Christopher, Thomas Rorke, 
M. Rorke, of Michael. 

10. St. Joseph's — Alban Goff, James Curtis, Robert Bishop, Richard 
Power Maurice Daley, Martin Duggan. 

11. Snlmnnier, N. S. — Martin Power, Nicholas Parrott, Michl Hawco, 
John Nolun, Michael McDonald. 

12. Haricot — Francis Evoy, Denis Quigley, Joseph Wall. 

13. Golinet — Bernard Downey, James Davis, Rich. Meaney, Augustus 
Davis, Francis Davis. 

14. Colinet Island~,]Ames Dalton, Albau Doody, Beinird Doody, Jno. 
T. Power. 

15. John's Pond— J evQMVih Linehan, Anselm Linehan, Wm. Linehau. 

16. North Horbor (Salmonier) — S. Bonia, B. Bonia, P. Ryan, J. Power, 
Thomas Ryan. 

17. i?)a?(c/i— John J. Nash, John T. Power, Henry Roach, Nicholas 
Mooney, Edward English, Bernard Power, John Mooney. 

18. Gidl Cort— John McGrath, Patrick McGrath, William Judge. 

19. Point Lance — N. Careen, John Careen, Michael Careen, P. J. 
('areen, Philip Careen. 

20. Patncl's Coi-«— Andiew Miller, Michael McGrath, James Dovle, 
John W. McGrath, Patrick Coffey. 

21. St. Bride's — William Lundrigan, Daniel Young, Edward Conway, 
ot Thomas, Sylvester Murphy, Thomas Coffey, James Conway, of Thomas, 
John Albert Conway, William Doyle, Richard Conway, Thomas Coffey. 

22. Barrisivay and ShijJ Cove — Ed. Keefe, James Foley, Thos. Tobin. 

23. Point Verde— 'N. Carroll, Martin Green, Tliomis WaUh, William 
Rowe, sr., Nicholas Greene. 

24. S. E. Arm, Placentia — James Miller, Thomas Train, J. P. Lanuon, 
David Kelly, J. Brien. 

25. Placentia — N. Co.^grove, Robert Mooney, James Corrigan, Richard 
Wyse, Laurence Furlong, William Green. 

26. Dunville—'Rohert Canning, Thomas Carroll, Thomas Power, sr., 
Patrick Tobin, James Barron, Peter Power, of Peter, John Tobin. 

27. Jersey Side — John P. Bradshaw, Thomas Dunphy, James Kemp, 
James Kelly. 

28. Point Moll and Freshvjater — Edward Kelly, William Foley, Thos, 
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29. Marquise — Martin Murphy, John J. Maher, Thomas Cooney, 
Maurice Muiray. 

30. Argentia—Thos. Bruce, John Dunphy, Edward Houlihan, Philip 
Power, Albert O'Reilly. 

31. Ft)x Harbor~M. O'Reilly, R. Healey, of Patrick, John Sampson, 
Maurice McHugh, Isaac Duke. 

32. Red Island— J nmes Reddy, Edward Kerivan, Patrick Carrol. 

33. Long Jfarfcoc— Denis Murphy, James Bruce, Daniel Bruce, Michl. 
Bruce, Denis Kelly. 

34. Shij) Harbor— ,]ohn McFrrlane, Valentine Meade, Mich. Giiffiths, 
Edward Power. 

35. Rajn's Island— U. Bruce, N. Bruce, P. Murphy. 

36. Famish Cove and Trinney Core— John H. Crann, John Crann, R<1. 
Orann, John Collins, George Gilliert. 

37. Little Harbor A"as«— William Dicks, George Upsall, Geo. Peddle. 

38. La Afrtiu/te— Jumes Flynn, William Henry Hynes, Jas. Parsons. 

39. Southern Harbor— Ms.nnce Best, Andrew Whiffin, James Best. 

40. Arnold's Coye— Joshua Guy, Malcolm Peach, James Adams, Benj. 
Hynes. 

41. C'OT)ie-L'i/-C/ia?tce— Stephen Adams, James Gilbert, A. Gilbeit, Jas. 
Eddy. 

42. North Harbor (P.B.)— Henry W. Eddy, William Pafford, Robert 
Brinston. 

43. black River and Piper's Hole—Go\\n H. Beck, James Stacey, Alfred 
Gosney. 

44. Grand Jsiarjrf— Emanuel Brinston, Wilson HoUett, Sam. Stacey, 
Thomas Smith. 

4.5. Woody /.skmrf— Immer Williams, Robert John Barrett, James 
Marshall, William Stainer. 

46. Wdstern Cove (Baron Island)— ?aU'kV Morris, William Morris, 
Wm. Wadman, John F. Wadman. 

47. Baron /sifiW— Joseph F'anell, John Flyini, Martin Flyuu, Patrick 
Blown, Patrick Shea, William Nugent. 

48. ^wpeo— James Chambers, Ben. Trowbridge, John Hickey. 

49. Gaulton's Island— 5oh\\ Warren, John Bowden, Wm. Williams. 

50. Taclcs Beach— R. C. Brown, Samuel Brown, Charles Best, Ben. 
Foute, Wm. Monks. 

51. Clattice Harbor, N. TF.— John Parsons, Laurence Parsons, Peter 
Connors. 

52. Clattice Harbor, S. Jr.— William Follett, Peter Follett, Msrtin 

Hiptage. , , t i 

53. St. Leonard's-Thos.J. Leonard, Henry Rogers, Edward Leonard. 

54. St. Kyran's—Ga.nett Hickey, Jos. Collins, William Collins, Pat. 
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55. St. Ann's — James Collins, Joseph Wakeham, Maurice Ganibin. 

56. Ide Valen — James Bennett, Newman Lockyer, Edward Gaulton, 
Joseph Lockyer (Beach). 

57. Presque — Daniel Ryan, Denis Ryan, Patrick Ryan, Daniel Lake, 
Matthew Lake. 

68. Merasheen — Martin Pitman, Tlicmms Ennis, Sylvester Best, John 
Pomeroy, Albert Best. 

59. Breiohji — Geoffrey KeiivHii, Tlicjs. Travels, P. Bennett, P. Tiavers. 
()0. Tnihan Hntlmr — Wni. Davis, .Fames Rodgers, .lohn iAfnlrooney, 
William Bennett. 

fil. Mmsel Harbor Arm — Ixciihen Slade, Geo. Slade, Jo>iali M'areham, 
AllVeil Rod way. 

62. Musael Harbor — Michael Haun, Jas. Hann, Garrett Millei', Jnuie-s 
A. Miller, James Barry, Henry McFarlane, Michael Hann. 

63. Spencer's Gove — A. Wareham, A. Hollett, W. Boutcher, M. Boutclier, 
W. Berkshire. 

64. Haystai'k Thomas Wakely, (!harles Gilbert, George Halsyard, 
George Wareham. 

65. Hay Cove and C'ollett Cove — George Burton, Heher Burton, Henry 
Ingram. 

66. Harbor Bnffett—Feter Collett, Then. 'J'ulk, Geo. Hann, A. Upsall, 
T. Dicks, John Hollett, Henry Burton, George Shave, AViiliam Folev, 
Wilfred Tulk. 

67. Bona and Tosselo — Joseph Casey (Bona), John Ryan (Tosselo), 
Peter Canning (Deep Cove). 

68. Little Paradise — Patrick Hiekey, Thomas Heffern, M. P. Brennan. 

69. Paradise — Stephen Power, William Brown, Wm. Pomeroy, Wm. 
Pearson, sr., John A. Byrne. 

70. S. E. Bight — John Dunphy, William Hynes, Sylvester White. 

7L Chandler's Harbor— Philip Power, Edward Hunt, Patrick Dunphy, 
James Pitman. 

72. Monkstown — Wm. J. Ford, Samuel Monks, Wm. Inkpen. 

73. Petit Forte — Jas. Hayden, Pat. Flynn, Jos. Hayden, Michl. Hann. 

74. Burnt Islands — Henry Hoben, William Deer, John Newman, sr. 

75. St. Joseph's, (P. B.) — John Piccot, John Handrick, Maurice King. 

76. Little Harbor, IFest—Thomsis Manning, Richard McGrath, Thos. 
Crowe. 

77. Bay de Lieu — Joseph Bailey, Thomas Burton, Patrick Walsh. 

78. Boat Harbor — John Smith, Samuel Singer, Wilson Denty, Wm. 
Melay. 

79. Parker's Cove — Samuel Butler, Jos. Synard, John Foote. 

80. Baine Harbor — Joseph Matterface, Gabriel Hollett, jr., Malcolm 
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81. OcZerwi— Patrick Abbott, Josiah H. Best, James Murphy (Cooper), 
John Collins, John Manning. 

82. Rushoon — Wm. Cheeseman, Charles Cheeseman, Joseph Dicks, 
Michael Cheeseman, W. Yateis. 

District of Bupin (County Councils)— 

1. Flat Islands— Loms Chollett, J. P., Walter Parsons, George Collins, 
Thomas Broomfield, John Bailey, James Miller. 

2. Burin — Frank LeFeuvre, Richard O'Brien, John Coady, James 
Vigus, John Kavanagh. 

3. i;^?(;or</!— Daniel Bishop, Thomas Lockyer, Ed. M. Hollett, G. M. 
Goddard, Thomas Grant. 

4. St. Lawrence — Victor P. Turpin, Thomas Fitzpatrick, Philip Pike, 
George Bradley, jr., Alexander Fitzpatrick. 

5. Lamaline — John Foote, Joseph Hodge, Andrew Collins, James 
King, J. Bunnell, John Collier. 

6. Fortune — Robert Snook, Aaron Forsey, John N. King, John L. 
Bennett, John Forsey. 

7. Grand Bank — Tliomas Stoodley, Philip Keating, Henry Lucas, 
John F. Hyde, Charles Pardy. 

Road Boards. 

1. Rock Harbor — Charles Rose Hodder, Charles Hoopar, Jdf. Hodder, 
of James. 

2. Mortier Bay — John Walsh, sr., Robert Hodder, Alex. Stapleton, 
Benj. Hollett, Thomas Devereux, Thomas Dober, James Farrell, George 
Dober. 

3. Burin Bay Arm — Philip Hollett, Alfred Hollett, Samuel Burfitt, 
Thomas Keating, Robert Lundrigan. 

4. Lawji— Joseph Murphy, Peter Connors, David Strang, Richard 
Edwards, Robert Lamb. 

5. Mick's Cove — Joseph Walsh, Peter J. Stacey, John Ayres, Patrick 
Stacey, Emanuel Hillier. 

6. Grand Beach and Frenchman's Cove- -Benjamin Osmond, Josiah 
G audy, John FoUett, John Ridout. 

District of Fortune Bay— 

1. Garnish — Wm. Reeves, John A. Courage, Thos. Cluett, William J. 
Grandy, James H. Grandy, Joseph Grandy, Cyrus Newport, Rd. Grandy. 

2. Point Enragee — William May, Philip Miles, John Stroubridge, 
Robert May, sr., Thomas May, Robert May, jr., Ernest Waters. 

3. Grand John—Qeovge Saint, Henry Madden, George Power, sr., 
John Perritt, James Hodder. 

4. Jacques Fontaine — George Harris, John Brushett, Philip Johnson. 

5. Bay L' Argent— 3 &mes J. Banfield, Joseph West, John J. Lawrence, 
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6. LitUe Bay i'asf— Rev. James Middletoa, J. W. Thornhill, G. T. 
Thornhill, J. Greeu, J. Scott, S. Good, A. Thornhill, J. Clarke. 

7. Harbor Mi/Je--Levi Barnes, Jacob G. Bartlett, Geo. Saunders, sr., 
George Paidy. 

8. Terenceville and Grand Le Pere— John McCarthy, Peter Hickey, 
Abraham Miles, Robert Clarke, Michael J. McCarthy. 

9. English Harbor ^as<— Thomas Hackett, Patrick Emberley, George 
Dodge. 

10. Neiv Harbor — Wilson Dodge, Walter Baker, Frederick Evans. 

11. Anderso7i's Cotie— Charles Thorihill, Thos. Thornhill, John Rigg-'. 

12. Stoiie's Core— Jeremiah Pope, John Curnew, Meshec Bond, Robert 
Pope, Reuben Pope. 

13. Hare Harbor — Daniel Dominic, William Phillips, Samuel Tibbo, 
Anthony Dominy, Randall Pope. 

14. Rencontre — John Mullins, Nicholas Hartigan, Geo. Coffin, Stephen 
Giovanini, Jonaa Jones. 

15. Lally Cove — William Baker, John Baker, James Keeping, Samuel 
Miles. 

16. Bail du. Nord — George Davage, George Matthews, John Hillyer, 
Thomas Farrell, Edward Roberts, Philip Farrell, of John. 

17. Pooles Cove—Uev. H. McDermott, J. H. Williams, Wilson Mar- 
shall, James Bradbury, Henry Squires. 

18. BclUoram — Levi A. McCuish, John R. Cluett, Samuel Lee, Levi 
Cluett, Alex. Rose, E. J. Burdock, Stephen Poole, Josiah Rose. 

19. at. Jacques — H. R. Clinton, J. F. Staple, Alexander Tibbo, J. C. 
Noseworthy, James Fiander, Denis Murphy, Isaac Burke. 

20. English Harbor West — William Yarn, Aaron Fiander, William 
Evans, William Keeping, Frederick Evans, J. Petite. 

21. Boxey — James Skinner, Abraham Blagden, Jeremiah Blagden, 
George T. Miles. 

22. St. John's Bay — James Lambert, Richard Martin, Ab. Skinner. 

23. Coomb's Cove — John Vallis, Abram Skinner, A. R. Pargons, Aaron 
Vallis. 

24. Miller's Passage — James Gorman, Benjamin Martin, Joseph S. 
Sheppard, Wm. Sheppard, George Smith. 

25. Little Bay West — Jacob Rose, Mark Parsons, Wm. G. Rose, Wni. 
H. Rose, Wm. Ridgely. 

26. Jersey Harbor— James Griffin, Richard Rose, Stephen White, D. 
Boyce. 

27. Harbor Briton — C. Way, J. P., John Rose, Thomas Pearce, Joseph 
Sodero, Walter Porter, George Ashford, George Chapman, Wm. Thompson, 
William Stewart. 

28. Sagona — Charles Bungay, Morgan Bungay, Geo. Snook (of Benj.) 

29. Brunette — Ambrose Thornhill, George Thornhill, Wm. Pearce. 



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30. Great Harbor — Andrew Harris, William Bond, Geo. W. Harris. 

31. Dawson's Cove — John Rose, Robert Crew, Robert Rose, Jas. Crew. 

32. Seal Cove — Simeon Loveless, Josiah Rideout, Josiah W. Loveless, 
John Cornick, William Loveless. 

33. Pass Island — Ernest Bulley, Philii) Fudge, William Carter, Wm. 
Coojier, Matthew Touchings. 

34. Grole — James Stickland, Thomas Burton, William Cribb. 

35. Hermitage — Mark Way, Jesse Fudge, Chas. Meade, John Ingram, 
Robert Roberts, Samuel Dowding, Thomas Green. 

36. Gaidtois — Arthur Garland, Harry Grant, John Legge. 

37. Little Bay — hevi Dominy, Wm. Coombs, Joshua Kendall. 

38. Green Point, etc.— Harry Wilmot. 

39. Conne River — Reuben Lewies, Matthew Burke, John McDonald, 
Nicholas Jeddore. 

40. Milltown— John Brushett, George Roberts, Samuel Kelly, John 
Kendall. 

41. Head of Bay U'Espoir — John Bussell, David Organ, J. Kendallj 
Robert Roberts, Robert Kearley. 

42. St. .Joseph's Cove, Bay D'Espoir — David McDonald, NiuodeniUs 
Organ, Joseph LeRoux. 

43. Ship Cote— George Hoskins, sr., David Colliers, R. J. MacDonald, 
Samuel Snook, Michael Collier (of Samuel), Wm. Hoskins, Wm. Collier. 

44. Great Jcrvois — John Hull, Arthur Radford, Samuel LeRue, John 
Allen, James Farrell, John Caines. 

45. Pushthrough — Samuel Camp, Robei t Chambers, Samuel Cooper, 
John Sutton, Wilson Garland. 

46. McCallum — Jude Nash, John Lee, Henry Caines. 

Distpict of Bupgeo and La Poile— 

1. Richard's Harbor to Mosquito — Thomas Chapman, Geo, A. Simtns, 
Edwin J. Skinner, Charles Hill. 

2. C'ajJC La Hunc — Thomas Barter, Samuel Bagg. 

3. Cul de Sac TFc;,-^— Stephen Spencer. 

4. Francois— U. Durnford, sr., George Cartai*. 

5. New Harbor and Chaleur — John Peters, J. LeFoce, sr. 

6. Rencontre, L'anse Cove and Cul de Sac, East — Wm. Webb, sr., 
James Wormold. 

7. Burgeo (Little River to Muddtj Hole)— John \a.t(iheT, Hy. Green, 
John Hare, Joseph Anderson, William Davidge, Philip Dicks, Hngli 
Matthews. 

8. Raniea Island— Vienh' n Bowdridge, Hubert Kendell, Alexander 
Ingram, Andrew Keeping, Wm. Scott, Isaac Keeping, Jno. Kendall, jr. 

9. Grand Bruit— John Billiard, sr., James Melbourne, Geo. Miles, 
S am t;el Billiard (of Samuel), James Childs. 

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10. La Poilc — James Keeping, Thomas Anderson, Stephen Batemau, 
•lose)ih Stickland, sr., Wm. Stickland, jr., Wm. Vautier. 

11. Wcf:t Point- -\\"\\\\».m Herridge, Stephen Batemau, i'eter J. 
McDermott, sr., Thomas Anderson. 

12. f cities— Ephriam Smith, Philip Bond, John Major, Juo. iiennett, 
James Courtney, Samuel Morgan, Kobert Strickland. 

13. harbor Lc Con — Thos, Horwood, (Jeorge Clark (of Johui, Andrew 
Newman, George Fhomas, Jonas Bnckland, Jolm Herridge. 

14. llo.sc Blanrhe — AiVawr Moores, Thomas Skinner, Hy. Newman, 
John Hatcher (of John), riiilip Stickland, Richard Furneaux. Thomas 
Bnrton, .lames Le Moine. 

14. Burnt Island (Baker's Tickle to Wolf Harbor) — Henry Keeping, 
Israel Walters, James Chalk, Nl. Herritt. 

16. Iliscork's Point— John Seymour, I'hilip Stickland, Eli Seymour. 

17. Jslc-an.r-Mnrls — Dominic l-e Fresne, .lohn Tie Fresne, Thomas 
Frampton, James Wells, Jharles Clark. 

18. Fox Boost and Marffaree—B, Walters, G. Billiard, .los. Hodder, 
(ieo. Wm. Walters, George Meade. 

19. C'hannrf —Hn.mnel Hare, Charles Bennett, Emanuel Harris, Alf. 
•I. F'ullins, Philip T. Clement, Tiiomas Denis, G. H. Poole, j". 

'29. I>rcadfuU Point to Porky Barachoix — Jas. Voung, Ja-<. J.omond. 

21. Middle Barachoix so Cape Ray — J. Tapp, sr., James Osmond, 
E. I'atpy, E. Gilliam, John Wall. 

DlstPict of St. George— 

1. Little Ulcer- John Chaissoa, Capt. John Mclsaac, Alex. A. A. 
Mclsaac, Henry Quinn, John Campbell, John McDonald, .\ndrew N. 
Mclsaac. 

2. South Branch, Codroy Valley — Peter Muise, John A. Mclsaac, 
Moderick Aucoin, Sandy D. Mclsaac, John Cormier. 

3. Bank Head — Patrick Cormier, sr., AA m. Cormier, Ernest Young, 
Fred. Cormier, Pat. Cormier, jr. 

4. Searston — A. D. Mclsaac, John McArthur, John Kyan, J. Mclsaac, 
•John Luedy, Joseph Bruce, ^lichael McNeil. 

5. Codroy -Heo. Collier. James Collier, P. H. Braithw aite, Abraham 
Evans, Mark Keudle, \\'m. Anthony, Bernard Marsliall. 

6. //i(//i/ru(f/.s— Michael J. Gillis, Roderick A. ^lacPherson, Thomas 
P. Gillis. 

7. Cm66e'*— William Chafiey, Jerry M. Pike, John E. Morris, Wm. 
Joseph Chaffey, Joseph Chaffey. 

8. Middle Barachoix to Elver Brook — John A. Renouf, Clement 
Renonf, John E. Morris, Richard T. Gillam, George Chaffey. 

9. Cartyrille to Rattling Brook, exclusive — Thon. Gale, Jos. Morris, 
Donald McPherson, Stephen Hulan, Israel Gillam. 

10. Stephen ville Crossing, Barry's Brook and Seal Coce— Edward .1. 
Bishop, Basil Downey, .John P. Bennett, John Parsons. 



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11. Stephenville—¥red. T. Kenny, Jas. E. Gaden, William White, 
Vennor White, Telesphore White. 

12. Sandij Point— Rev. Chas Jefl'rey, Will Fenuell, .Joseph Pieroway, 
Edmund Parsons, Will. Baaheld, Arthur Cashin, Albert Garnie. 

13. Mntthies' Point, Barachoi.r Brook to Main River (e.vdn.sive)— 
Albert Alexander, -Tohn Roberts, Daniel Dennis, A. Nardini, Mitchell 
Henoit. 

14. Boinaiii.s Bridge to Coal Hirer — Daniel Mclsaac-, Alex. Marrli, 
.John Gillis, Derry Aucoin, Michael Leary, Samuel Parsons. 

15. Port a a Port to Abrali(nn\'< Core ( inr/ iidinn Bos U'itr/".s) Hii;;li 
(iillis, Archibald Campbell, Paul Hall, Jienjaniin Harvey, .lames March, 
.1, E. Henoit. 

16. Ahrahian'x Core to Wc.'it 11(11/— Cha.s. Dulley, Frank .lesso, Nich. 
Flynu, Dan (iale. 

17. Ahrahanis Cove to Cape ^t(v>;y/«— Ralpli Costard, Step. Wheeler- 
.James Carter, Jos. M. Benoit. 

18. Cape George to West Bay (via Black Dtick Brook)— Am&h\e. Kowe, 
Albert Leroux, Henry Young, Jos. H. Duphenay, Charles Dennis. 

U). Frenrhinan\<i Cove to Ballnntyne Cocc —William Wagson, Edward 
Dormody, Samuel Batt, Henry Mitchell, W'illiam White, Thos. Perrett, 
.Fohn Companion, George Wheeler. 

•20. Birehy C'oyc— Israel Hinds. William Allen, .Joseph Messervy, 
.lames Duggan, Robert Gushue. 

21. Woods' Island— 'i:. P. Wade, .Mich. Hackett, sr.. Win. OConnell, 
Felix Gallant, Robert Perry, Henry :Miller, Stephen White. 

22. Hinnherniouth — John Harris, Joseph (Jushue, Antonio Joseph. 

23. Meadoicv Point to IrisIitoirn—JoaelAi N. Petipas, Joseph Uoode. 
James Terry, Harry Penney, James Davis, Patrick Christopher. Terence 
McCarthy, William Gregory. 

24. Meadow's to Middle Arm— A. E. Brake, Jas. Brake, .los. I.ovel, 
William Sticklaud, John Blanchard, Con elius Brake, Joseph H. lirake. 

(County Council). 

]. ^7. G<;o/Y/f",v— Hubert White, Joseph White, Alfred Brett, Anthony 
Hlancliard, Clarence White. John Fillatre, Moses Muise. 



CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 
Diocese of Newfoundland. 
Former Prelate— Aubrey George Speucer, D.D., 1839. Edward Fell. I, 
D.l)., 1844. James Butler Kelly, D.D., 1876. 

Pre-^ent Bishop— Vxight Reverend Llewellyn Jone.-, D.D., Lord Bishop 
of Newfoundland, Consecrated in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, on Festival 



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Canvas Tents made to Order.— 

of SS. Philip and James, 1878, by the late Archbishop Tait, of Canterbury, 
the Bishops of London and Hereford, and Bishop Kelly. 

Commissaries in England — Rev. Canon Heygate, M.A., Boston ; Rev. 
H. B. Cartw right, M.A., St. Augustine's College, Canterbury. 

Commissary in Bermuda — Veu. Archdeacon Tucker, M.A. 

Diocesan Registrar — Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

Deanery of Avai.on. 

Rev. Canon Smith, Bural Dean. 

St. John's Cathedral — The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, Dean. 

" Rev. Canon White, Rector, Suh-Dean. 

" Rev. J. Bell, Senior Curate. 

" Rev. J. Brinton, Junior Curate. 

" Rev. Canon Pilot (retired.) 

Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A., Lecturer. 
,S'(. John's, St. Thomas's— B.GV. Canon Dunfield, Rectoi-. 

" Rev. G. R. Godden, M.A., S iiior Curate. 

" Rev. E. L. Birchby, Junio' Cmate. 

St. John's, St. Mary's— Etiv. H. Uphill Rector. 
Topsail — Rev. Canon Temple, Episcopal Commissary. 
Foxtrap and Hopewell— Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell. 
Fouch Cove— Rev. T. G. Netten. 
Fetty Harbor — Rev. John Hewitt. 
/'ortugal Core — Rev. Canon Smith, R.D. 
Bell Mand- Rev. W. C. Booth. 

St. John'.'i (Non-Farochial-Rev. Canon Pilot, D.D., D.C.L., LS.O. 
retired. 
Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A.. L.Th., Sec.-Treas. Diocesan Synod, 
E.xamining Chaplain. 

Deanery of Conception Bay. 

Rev. Canon Noel, Rural Doan. 

Brigus—Rev. G. H. Field. 

Salmon Cove— Rev. E. C. Clench. 

Fort-de-Grave — Rev. F. Severn. 

Bay Roberts— Rev. G. H. Hewitt, M.A. 

Spaniard's Bay — Rev. J. S. Adams. 

Upper Isla7id Cove — Rev. E. E. Rusted. 

Harbor Grace — Rev. Canon Noel, R.D. 

Harbor Grace (South Side) — Rev. C. M. Sticking.s. 

Carhonear — Rev. F. W. Colley. 

Bay-de-Verde— R&v. J. 0. Britnell. 

Deanery of Trinity Bay 

Rev. C. W. Hollands, Rural Dean. 

Heart's Conteiit—Rev. F. Smart, Rector ; Rev. W. H. Bayley, Curate, 
New Harbor, Trinity Bay — Rev. J. J. White, 



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Smith's Sound— '^■(tv. H. W. Facey, B.A. 
Random— Rt\ . J. Piescott. 
Trinity fTw^-Rev. C. W. Hollands, R.D. 
Trinity East—Rav. A. B. S. Stirling. 
Caialina — Rev. G. S. Chambeilain. 

Deanery of Bonavista Bay. 

Rev. Augustus G. Bayly, M.A., Rural Dean. 

Bonavista— Bev. Augustus G. Bayly, M.A., R.D. ; Rev. H. G. Pegg. 

King's Gove — Rev. S. A. Dawson. 

Brooklyn— Rev. E. J. R. Nicliols. 

Salvage — Rev. LI. Godilen. 

Greenspond — Rev. \\. A. Penney. 

Pinrhard's Island— Rev. J. T. Hiscock, B.A. 

Deanery of Notre Dame Bay. 

Rev. A. Pittnian, Rural Dean. 

Fogo—Rev. E. A. Butler, Rector ; Rev. M. K. Gardner, Curate. 

Twillingate—Rev. J. L. Brodie. 

Herring Neck— Rev. H. F. G. D. Kirby. 

Change Islands — Rev. N. S. Facey. 

Exploits — Rev. J. Bull. 

Tilt Gove— Rev. A. Pittman, R.D. 

White Bay—Rev. G. Wood. 

Grand FalU—Rev. J. Whittle ; Rev. W. W. Clark^on. 

Deanery of Placentia Bay. 

Harbor Buff'ett — Rev. Arthur Sliorter. 

^Mj-in— Rev. A. T. Tulk. 

Lamaline—'Rev. H. K. Gilbert. 

IVhitbonrne and Plarcntia—Rev. .1. G. C-Iragg (retired). 

Deanery of Furtunk Bay. 

Rev. George Bishop, Rural Dean. 

Harbor Brito7i—Rev. R. F. Mercer. 

Hermitage Bay— Rev. Canon Bishop, R.D. ; Rev. W. R. Courage, Curate 

Belleoram-Rev. A. E. Tulk, B.A. 

Burgeo—Rcv. E. H. Fletcher. 

Rose Blanche— Rev. Rowland Hilli. 

Channel— Rev. H. J. Read. 

St. Pierre — ■ — 

Deanery of Straits of Belle Isle. 

, Rural Dean. 



St. George's Bay— Rev. Charles Jeffery. 
Bay of Island.^— Rev. H. Petley. 
Bonne Bay—\\ev. I. Parsons, 



2G2 Ecclesiastical — Ch. of England. — lioman GalJiolir. 

Down Quilts made to order, any 

Battle Harbor — Rev. E. VV. Gardner. 
Sandwich Bay — 



Flower's Cove — Rev. J. T. Richards ; Rev. W. K. Pitcher. 

Mission at Ungava. 
Rev. S. M. Stewart. 

Theological College. 

VUitor — Tlie Lord Bishoji. 

Prviiriiml—lltiv. C H. Barton, M.A. 

' 'o//)(r)7 - Tlie Lord Bisliop, Rev. C-inon DunfieM, Rev. Canon Pilot, 
n.i)., D.C.L., Hev. G. H. Fioit, M.A., Bursar: Rev. Canon Smith, Mr. J. 
Outerbridge, Hon. Sir William H. Horwood, C.J. ; Mr. T). M. Browning, 
M.A., KG. 

Diocesan Synod of Newfoundland. 

Executivf Committee — The LokI Bi.sliop, Hev. Canon Temple, Episcopal 
Commissat v, Rev. Canon Duufield, Rev. G. H. Bolt, .M A , R. v. Canon 
Sreith, Rev. F. W. Colley, Rev. Canon White, Rev. G. H. Field, Rev. C. 
H. Baiton, M.A., Hon. G Skelton, Hon. Sir Wm. H. Horwood, J. Outer- 
liridg.', Sir J. S. Winter, K.C.M.G., Hon. G. Knowling, H. W. LeMes^urier, 
J. A. Clift, K.C., Hon. R. Watson. 

t^ecretary-Treasurn- — Rev. G. H. Bolt, M.A. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Arch-Diocese of St. John's. 

Former Prelates — Right Rev. Dr. O'Donel, consecrated 1796, died 1811 ; 
Right Rev. Dr. Lambert, died 1817; Right Rev. Dr. Scinlan, died 1830; 
Right Rev. Dr. Fleming, died 1850 ; Right Rev Dr. Mullock, died 1869 ; 
Right Rev. Di. Powei-, died 1893. 

The Diocese was raised to an Archiepiscopal See in 1904. 
Present Archbishop and Metropolitan — Most Rev. M. F. How ley. 
Administrator of the Cathedral — Right Rev. Mgr. Roche, V.G. 
Administrator of St. Patrick's — < 

St, Johi's— Cathedral— mght Rev. Mgr. Roche, V.G.; Revs. D. O'Cal- 
laghan, P. Sheehan, Jas. Greene, D.Ph. 

St John's — St. Patrick'.^ Riverhead — Rev. J. McDermott, S?nior Curate; 
Rev. Thomas Gough, Rev. Joseph Pippy. 

St. John's, St. Joseph's, Hoylestouii — Rev. \V. Kitchiu, D.Ph. 

Torhay—Y&Ty Rev. M. J. Clarke, P.P , and Rev. Edward Curran, C.C. 
(residing in Pouch Cove). 

Kilbride (Waterford Bridye) — 

Petty Harbor — Very Rev. R. Tierney, P.P. 

IVhktles' Bay— Very Rev. N. Roche," P.P., and Rev. C. McCarthy, C.C. 

Tons' Cove— Yery Rev. P. O'Brien, P.P. 



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Ferryland — Very Rev. L. K. Vereker, P.P., and Rev. John Rawlin?, 
C.C. (residing at Cape Broyle). 

Eenewse — Very Rev. J. Wal.^li, P.P. 

Trepassey — Very Rev. H. Rtiimif, P.P. 

St. Mary's—Very Rev. S. O'Diiscoll, P.P. 

St. Joseph's (Salmonier)—'R>iv. W. O'Flaheity, P.P. 

Placcntia—B.ight Rev. Mgr. Rwirdon, P.P. 

St. Bride's - Rev. A. Fyme. 

A rgeniia— Very Rev. j. J. St. John, P.P. 

St. Kyran's—Yevy R^v. W. P. Duutney, P.P., and Rev. F. Cacciola, 
C.C. (residing at Barren Island). 

Burin — Very Rev. J. McNamaia, P.P., and Rev. Edward Wilson, C.C 
(residing at Marystown). 

St. Laiv.enre — Very Rev. A. Maher, P.P. 

Topsail — Rev. James Coady (re.eiding at Powerscourt, Manuels). 

Fortuqal Cove — Very Rev. John A.-^hley, P.P. 

Bell Island— Ytry Rev. James Mc(}ialh, P.P., and Rev. P. Kelly, C. C. 

Institutions, 

St. BonaLenlure's College — lu charge of the Christian Brothers. 

St. Patrick's Schools— " " 

Holy Cross Sehools, Eivcrhead — " " 

St. Vincent's School, St. John's — In chargf of the Sisters of Mercy. 

St. Joseph's School, St. John's — " " 

Co?ive?i^s— Presentation Order, 5 ; Mer«y Order, 6. 

St. Michael's Orphanage at Belvidera for Girls (under the Sisters 
of Mercy)- 100 orphans. 

Industrial School — for Boys — at Mount Cashel (under the Christian 
Brothers) — over 100 boys. 

St. Bride's Academy — for young ladies— at Littledale, St. John's (in 
care of the Sisters of Mercy — 49 Boarders. 

Diocese of Harbor Grace 

Present Bishop — Right Rev. John March, D D., consecrated in Harbor 
Grace, November 4th, 1906. 

Former Prelates — Right Rev. Bishop Dalton, consecrated 1856, died in 
1869 ; Right Rev. Bishop Carfagnini, consecrated in 1870, translated to 
Galipoli, Italy, in 1880 ; Most Rev. R. MacDonald, consecrated in 1881, 
resigned 1906. 

Harbor Grace— Right Rev. John March, D.D. ; Rev. W. Finn. 

Holyrood — Rev. James W. Donnelly, P.P. 

Harbor Main— Rev. John Roe, P.P. 

Avondale-Mev. R. M. Shean, P.P. 

Conception Harbor — Very Rev. Mgr. Veitch, P.P. 

Briym—mght Rev. Mgr. Walsh. P.P. 

North River-Rev. S. J. Whelan, D.D., P.P. 

Carbonear-Rev. F. D. McCarthy, C.C. 

Northern Bay— Rev. J. Lynch, P.P, 



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Umbrellas Re-covered and Repaired.— 

Bay-de-Verde — Rev. J. Donnelly, P.P. 
TriniUi—'Rtv. Wm. Tarahan, P.P 
BonavUta — Rev. J. Murphy, Ll.D., P.P. 
Kings Core— Rev. J. Scully, P.P. 
Whilhourm—'Rev. W. P. Finn, P.P, 
Grand Falls— Rev. M. P. D>vyer. 
St. Brendaiis — Rev. J. Mackey. 
Tilton Harbor — Rev. Edwarrl O'Brien. 
Fortune Harbor — Rev. J. Nolan, P.P. 
Little Bay — Rev. John Kavanagh. 
Coachman i; Cove — Rev. James J. Walker. 
Oonc/re— Rev. G. A. Thibault. 

Diocese of St. George. 

Bishop— {\ lic&nV). 

St. Georrjc's — Rev. Martin Sears. 

Codroy Valley— Rt. Rev. W. J. Browne, V.G., and Rev. S. St. Croix. 

Stephenville — Rev. P. F. Adams. 

Fort an Fort — Rev. G. H. Hawkins. 

Bay of Islaiuh—Rev. Andrew Sears, Administrator. 

JVood'.-! Idand — Rev. V. Pineau. 

Bonne Bay — Rev. M. O'Rourke. 

Harbor Briton — Rev. M. F. Power. 

Bay d'Espoir — 

St. Jacques — Rev. J. M. Joy. 

Convents — Sisters of Presentation at St. Jacques and of Mercy at St. 
George's. 

METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A., Fresident. 

Rev. C. Lencb, Secretary. 

Rev. T. Mar.»hall, Superintendent of Missions. 

1. — St. John's District. 

St.John'-f, Goiver Street — Rev. H. P. Cowperthwaite, M.A., D.D. ; Rev. 
Mark B'enwick, Chaplain and Guardian of the " Home." 

St. John's, George's Street — Revs. J. W. Bartlett, George Forsbaw. 

St. John's, Cochrane Street — Rev. Frederick R. Matthews, B.A., Chap- 
lain to the Wesleyan Methodists of His Majesty's Naval Forces on this 
Station ; Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D., Superintendent of Education (by 
permission of Conference) ; Rev. G. E. W. Bryant, left without a Circuit 
at his own request. 

St. John's, Wesley — Rev. John K.Curtis, B.A. ; Rev. William Kendall, 
Supernumerary. 

Fouch Cove and Bell Island — Revs. W. H. Dotchen, A. F. Bamford. 

Topsail — Rev. James Nurse. 

Brigus-Rev. Samuel Snowden. 

Cupids and Clarice's Beach — Revs. C. Hackett, C. W. Legge. 



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Bay Roberts and Spaniard's Bay — Rev. C. A. Wlntemarsh, M.A., B.D.; 
Supply. 

fVhitbourne—Rev. E. V. Young (Postal Address, Bay Bull'is Arm) ; 
Rev. John Rtay, Supernumerary. 

Sotivd Island and Lona Island— Uev. Robert H. Mercer ; Supply 
(W.G.D.), H^y stack. 

St. Anthony — Revs. J. A. Wilkinson, F. D. Colton (St. Leonard's). 
Flowers Cove — Supply. 
Red Bay — Supply. 

Hamilton Inlet and Sandwich TJa;/— Revs. W. H. Webber, Frederick 
H. Purchase. 

Chairman — Rev. Mark Fenwick. 
Financial Secretary — Rev. F. R. Matthew.s, B.A. 
Sunday School Secretary — Rev. (Jharles Hackell. 
Temperance Secretary — Rt-v. J. K. Curti.", B.A. 

2. — Oakbonear District. 

Carbonear — Revs. J. Fincock, A. Thorpe, W. Cotton, Victoria. 
Harbor Crace — Rev. T. B Daiby, President of Conference. 
Freshwater — Rev. A. A. Holmes. 
Blackhead — Rev. Charles Howse. 
Western Bay—Rey. C. Lench. 
Low^r Idand CW«— Rev. W. H. Biovvniug. 
Old Perlican.—'RiiV. E. Pollit Ward. 

Hants Harbor— Rev. (i. Paine ; (H.C., Postnl Addres-, New MenVne). 
Heart's l^ontent — Rev, Jes.se Heyfield. 
Green's Harbor — Rev Francis U. Wiley. 
Shoal Harbor— Ri'V. Eilg'ir Taylor. 
Northern Bight — R^- v. W. H. Pdrner. 

Britannia Coi'e— Rev. John T. Newman ; Supply (T.A S.), Postal 
addiess, Fo.-^ter's Point. 

Chairman- Rev. T. B. Darby, B.A. 
Financial Secretary— Rev. W. H. Browning. 
Sunday School Secretary — Rev. C. Hcnvse. 
Temperance Secretary — Rev. A. A. Holmes. 

3.— BoNAvisTA District. 

Bonarista—R.ev. Siilney Bennett. 
Elliston—Rev. T. H. Jame.s. 
Cat,iliua—Re\\ Henry C. Hatcher, B.D. 
Trinity- Rev. James Wilson. 
Mwyravetown -Rev. W. Harris. 
Port /j'/aw(//orrf— Supply (R.M.B.) 
Glovertoini—Rev. John Hurst; Suppl}'. 
Greenspond—R,e\-. K. Broughton. 

Wesleyville and Neidoim—Rex. J. R. Saint, S.T.L. ; Supply, Postal 
address, Newtown. 

Musgrave Harbor— Rev. Elijah C. French. 

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266 Ecclesiastical. — Methodist. 

Wear a 'Tween Hat and Smile !— 

Carmanville — Supply (G.U.) 

Fogo—Riiv. T. B. Moody. 

Seldom-Conic- By and Indian Islands — Rev. J. Holmes. 

Qhairma7i—-Tiev. H. C Hatcher, B.D. 
Financial Secretary —Ylkiv . J. R. Saint, S.T.L. 
Sunday Sehool Secretary— Jiiiv. E. Broughton. 
Temperance Secretary — Rev. J. Wilson. 

4. — Twii.LiNGATE District. 

Twillingate — Rev. T. W. Atkinson ; Supply. 

Chanije Islands—Rav. H. C L"o]ipin. 

Herring Neck — Ri.-v. Peter Lelsiora. 

Moreton's Harbor— Rev. H. Scott ; Supply. 

Camphellton—S\.\Y>p\y (F.G.H.) 

Lewisporte — Rev. VV. T. D. Duni). 

Grand Falls and Millertown—Rvv». W. M. Muir, A. S. Doggett (Glen- 
wood) ; Supply (Miilertown). 

Botwood atid Lawrenceton—Rt:\-s. W. J. Morris, I. French (Lawrenceton). 

Exploits and New Bay — Rev. Aiminius Young ; Supply (New Bav) ■ 
Supply (J. LI. W.) 

Little Bay Islands and Pilley's Island — Rev. R. H. Maddock ; Supply 
(Pilley's Island). 

Springdale—R{iv. F. W. Sawdon. 

Little Bay^S\ipp\y (Harry's Harbor). 

Nipper's Harbor — Rev. S. A. Chancey. 

Tilt Cove— Rev. A. E. Stephenson ; Supply (La Scie). 

(Vhite Bay Sonth — Rev. Joseph G Bovles (Pacquet). 

IVhitc Bay North- Rev. J. C. EUiojt (Englee). 

Chairman — Rev. W. T. D. Dunn. 
Financial Secretary — Rev. R. H. Maddock. 
Sunday School Secretary — Rev. H. G. Coppin. 
Temperance Secretary — Rev. S. A. Chancey. 

5. — BCHI.X 1) [.STRICT. 

Burin — Rev. Heniv Godfrey. 
Epworth — Rev. E. Coish. 
Flat Islands — Rev. George Steel. 
St. Pierre — 



Fortune— Rev. C. R. Blount. 

Grand Bank — Rev. Edwin Moore. 

Garnish — Rev. \V. H. Norman. 

Burgeo — Supply (C.C.) 

Petites — Supply (VV.R.), to reside at Grand Bruit. 

Ohannel—Rev. J. T. Beagarie. 

Bay St. George— Rev. W. Swann. 

Bay of Islands — Rev. H. Royle. 

Bonne Bay — Rev. P. Williams ; Supply. 



Ecclesiastical. — Meth. — Congregational — Presbyterian. 267 

AYRE & SONS, Ltd., Agents. 

Chairman — Rev. Wm. Swann. 
Financial Secretary — Rev. George Steel. 
Sunday School Secretary— Rev. E. Moore. 
Temperance Secretary — Rev. H. Royle. 

Students at College. 

Mount Allison University, Sackville — Ernest Baines, William Grimes, 
Frank Dickinson, Arthur W. Dycer, Solomon Haan, Job Moore, Robert 
C Tait, William Wilson, Simon Edwards, John W. Winsor, Allan S. 
Adams, Leofric E. G. Davies, Francis J. Armitage, George B. Pickering, 
Norman M. Guy, Francis H. Phillipson, William S. Mercer, W. M. Grand^', 
J. W. Noseworthy, W. B. Bugden, A. Mercer, S. Williams, T. Pitcher. 

JVesleyan Theological College, Montreal — H. Gordon Hatcher, Robert 
S. Smith, Garland G. Burton, C. fl. Brown, W. P. Wornell. 

Victoria Universitji, Toronto — Edwin J. Pratt, Samuel H. Soper, Arch. 
G. Young, Ernest Codling John Line, James Leach, William J. Mumford, 
Thomas S. Ally, J. F. Bishop, Joseph Jones, J. T. Stapleton, W. P. Scott, 
Levi Haltyard. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN CANADA. 

Presbyter Resident in Newfoundland. 

St. John's — Rev. J. S. Sunderland, M.A. ; Elder — Alex. Robertson. 
Harbor Grace — Rev. F. S. Coffin, M.A. ; Elder — John jBrunlees. 
Bay of Islands- -Uev. J. M. Allan, M.A. ; Elder— C. Fisher. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

St. John's — Rev. J. Thackeray. 

Fool's Gove and Belleoram—'Rev. H. J. A. MacDermott. 
Little Bay East, Anderson's Cove—Rev. J. Midvlleion. 
Twillingate — Temporarily Vacant. 

Random Mission 

Secretary, St. John's Church— T. J. Duly. 

Treasurer, St. John's Church— \Y. Martin. 

Secretary Board of Education, St. John's— T. J. Duley. 

Secretary Board of Education, Twillingate— G. B. Nott. 

Supt. and Inspector of Congregational Schools jp^^ j Tj^j^p^gj,^ 

Superintendent Congregational Missions J ' ' 

Secretary of Sunday Schools, St. Jolm's-F. H. Cowan. 

Secretaries of Mission Board— W. J. Barnes and G. Whiteley. 

Teachers. 

Britannia Cove— Mr. Alex. Marshall. 
Fool's Gove, Fortune Bay— Miss Payne. 
Anderton's Cove, Fortune Baij—M\s% Pitman. 
Little Bay East, " —Miss Gard. 
Tmllingate—Mxas, 



268 Ecclesiastical — Salvation Army. 



If It's a 'Tween, It'sia Fit! 



THE SALVATION ARMY. 
Provincial Headquarters. 

Lieut.-Col. and Mrs. S. Rees, Chief UJJirers for Newfoundland. 
Staff-Captain Cave, Chancellor. 
L. Ree», Clerk. 
Miss Couch, Clerk. 

Bonne Bay District. 

Rocky Harbor — Captain Pencil and B. Way. 
Bonne Bay — Captain and Mrs. Butler. 
Trout River — Captains Diamond and Andrews. 
Curling — Captain Jones. 

BoNAVisTA District. 

Bonavista — Captain and Mrs. Harding. 

Elliston — Lieutenant Payne. 

Catalina — Captain Woodland and Lieutenant Crocker. 

Bay Roberts District. 

Clarke's Beach — Captain and Mrs. Tuck and Lieutenant Vokey, 

Port de-Grave — Captain Wells. 

Bay Jiohert.i— Ai]]Ht>int Oxfnvil m\i\ Lieut. Pitcher. 

Carhoiieiir^Ensiffn ami Mrs. Slickland. 

HaidK Hiirl>or — Ensign TiHsk and Captain Cooper. 

IScillii ' 'n^''- -(Captain and Mis. Cole, Captain Trowbridge. 

Heart's DdiqJU — Captain Stratford and Lieut. M. Perry. 

Seal Cove, T. B. — Lieutenant Smith. 

DiLDo District. 

Blaketown — Lieutenant ililley. 

t'linaiili i'ove — LuiUenant Andrews. 

Dildo — ErKsign and Mrs. P. Sainsbury, Captain Mitchard. 

.[mold's Cove — Captain A. Keepin. 

I'xiy Hulls Arm — Lieutenant E. Button. 

Paradise Sound — Captain Rowe. 

Harbor Grace — Captain Hillier and Lieiiteiiant Bobbins. 

Chance Cove — Captain Hus^ey. 

Normans Cove— Captain Coveyduck and Lieutenant RusselL 

Gambo Di.strict. 

Alexander Bay — Cnptain 0.\t'ird and Lieutenant Coates. 

Clarenville — Lieut S. Crdckei-. 

Mvsgrav€tovm — i2A\AA\n and Mis. Earle. 

Charlottetown — Captain Buriy. 

Gambo — Captain A. Burry. 

Hare Bay — Captain Marsh. 

Shoal Bay — Captiiu Ball. 



Ecclesiastical — Salvation Army. *1%9 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., Agents. 



Greenspond District. 

Loo Cove — Captain Cull. 

Grernepond — Adjutant Mrs. Moulton and Lieut. Moore. 

Gooseberry Island — Ensign Nosewortliy. 

Wesleyville — Captain and Mrs. Simmons, Captain Morgan. 

Grand Bank District. 

Seal Gove., F. B. — Captain Rod way. 

Grand Bank — Ensign Burrv, Captain Hubley. 

Lamaline — Lieutenant Anthony. 

Fortune — Ensign and Mrs. Downey. 

Garnish- Captain French. 

Burin — Cuptain and Mrs. Cannings. 

Port Blandford — Lieutenant Carter. 

St. John's District. 

St. John's West — Adjutant and Mrs. Bristow. 

St. John's £((8^ — AiiJutHut Ugilvie ami Lieutenant Whitehorn. 

St. John's Central — Captain and Mrs. Oldford. 

Bell Island — Ensign and Mrs. Higdon. 

Long Pond — Captain Beweriug and Lieutenant Bishop. 

Channel — Adjutant and Mrs. Brown. 

Notre Dame Bay District. 

Adj'itant and Mrs. Hiscock, District Officers. 

Doting Cove — Ensign and Mrs. French. 

Herring iVecfc— Captain Fowler and Lieutenant Jones. 

Black Island — Lieutenant Barrett. 

Twillingate- Adjutant and Mrs. Hiscock, Ensign R. Sainsbury, CapL 

Rose. 
Moreton's Harbor — Captain Ellswoitli, J. Lodge. 
Cottle's Island — Lieutenant Anstey. 
Dog Bay — Captain Metcalf and Lieutenant Little. 
Farmer's Arm — Captain Mayn. 

Comfort Cove — Captain Langduu and Lieutenant Perry. 
Campbellton — Captain Millai- and Lieutenant Horbin. 
Cottle's Gove — Lieutenant M'-uland. 

Exploits — Ensign L. Blackmore, Lieuleu-iMts Pitcher and Abbott. 
New Bay, S. W. Arm — Captain Blackmoi,-, Lieutenants Chubb. 
Botwoodville — Captain and Mrs. Oake, Captain Janes. 
Grand Falls — Ensign Ebsary and Lieutenant Touug. 
Millertoivn — Captain Abbott. 
Salt Pond — Captain Stickland. 

Tilt Cove District. 

Tilt (7ow— Captain and Mrs. Lilly, Lieutenant Wells. 
Jackson's Core— Captain Forsey and Lieutenant Janes. 
Little IVard's i7ar6or— Lieutenant Day. 
Little Bay Island— Ensign Hebditch and Lieutenant Rewis. 



270 Salvation Arviy. — Municipal. 

Acquire the Habit of Purchasing 

Shoal Arm — LieiitiiiMut llatniun. 

La Scie — Ensign Si xtmi. 

Pilley's Island — Eii>i^ii (JianHy and Lieutenant Roberts. 

Triton — Captain Mmilton ami Lieutenant PoUett. 

Harry's Harbor — Lieut I'tiant Vokey. 

St. Anthony — Ensign Wiltshire. 

Note. — These do not include 64 "Outposts" attached to r'nips, and 
worked by otiicers of the Salvation Army. 

Rescue Home, Children's Shelter and Maternity Hospital. 

No. 28, Cook Street, St. John's, Nfld. 

ilfairoji— StafF-Captain Holman. 

Nurses — Lieutenant Coyell, Lieutenant Ball, Sgt. 

Poor Men's Shelter, St. John's. 

Manager — Ensign White. 
Helper Lieutenant Warren. 

Mens Training Garrison, Power Street, St John's. 

Pmicipa/*— Adjutant and Mrs. Bristow. 

Women's Training Garrison. Springdale Street, St. John's. 

PrincipaJs — Adjutant Ogilvie and Lieutenant Whitehorn. 

KING'S PRINTER. 

John W. Withers. 

" Royal Gazette " Office, Board of Trade Building, Water Street. 



ST, JOHN'S MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 

Office : Duckworth Street. 

Office Hours ... ... ... 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Mayor— W. J. Ellis. 

Councillors — James T. Martin, John Coaker, James Channing, C. W, 
Ryan, John Mullally, M. W. Mynck. 

Officers : 
Mai/or— William J. Ellis. 
Secretary-Treasurer — John L, Slattery. 
Accountunt — Michael K. Greene. 
Water Rate Accountant — John Mahoney. 
Junior Clerk — M. P. Hynes. 
City Engineer — John Ryan. 



Municipal. — Water Companies. 271 



Men's Wear from AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



Clerks Engineer s Department— John Holden and Win. P. Ryan. 

Water Rate Collectors— J. P. Grace and J. W. Lark in. 

General Tax Collector — John T. Fitzpatrick. 

Plumbing Inspector and Foreman Water Works — John Donnelly. 

Waterer of Vessels— John Flynn. 

Sanitary Supervisor — James Dwyer. 

Road Inspector (East)— Henry Barnes. 

Road Inspector ( West) — M. Bambrick. 

Water Waste Inspector — Thomas Baker. 

Sewerage Foreman— Thomas Bird. 

Sanitary Department. 

Supervisor — Jamee Dwyer. 

Inspectors — Thomas Ewing, Tliomas Clancy. 

Stable Keeper — John Beer. 

Impounder — Arthur Dessert. 

Day of meeting : Friday evening. Pay day : Saturday. 

Auditor — The Comptroller and Auditor General. 

Assessment. 

Water rates (town), G per cent, on appraised rental for occupier, three 
per cent, owner. 

Vacant lands, five per cent, on appraised rental. 

Sewerage rates, one-fonrtli of the above percentage. 

An annual tax of one cent per gross ton upon every steamship, or 
steam-boat, or steam-tug, entering the port of St. John's, to be paid by the 
master or owner of every such steamship, or steam-boat, or steam-tug, not 
oftener than once in any one year. 

Water rates, (shipping), five cents per ton, not to exceed $20, 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, 

Directors — W. Ward (Government) ; John Tapp, H. C. Watts, John 
G. Munn, Rev. T. Godden. 
President — N. Munn. 
Treasurer — Bank of Nova Scotia. 
Secretary and Collector — J. L. Oke. 
Superintendent — John Tapp. 
Foreman — J. Griffin. 
Stock (guaranteed by Government), ^76,400. 

rates payable half yearly in advance. 

Owners, 4 per cent. ; Occupiers, 4 per cent.. Leaseholders and Occu 
piers, 7j\ per cent. ; Landowners, 4 per cent. ; Leaseholders, only, 34 per 
cent. ; and 5 cents per ton on all vessels entering from foreign ports, to 
discharge or take in cargo— due anH payable each year. Coasting and 
fishing vessels being exempt. Coal duty, 50 cents per ton. 



272 Water Companies. — Banks. 



'Tween Hats are made in Half Sizes— 

CARBONEAR WATER COMPANY. 

Directors — Lawrence Bin on, Josiali H. Penney, Robert Simpson, 
James Moore. 

Secretary— J aimea Howell (of Thomas). 

Government Stock J37,000.'J0 

Eates, payable half yearly in ailvance, 6 per cent, on all property ; five 
cents per ton on all vessels entering the port ; fifty cents per ton on coal. 

PLACENTIA WATER COMPANY. 

DIRECTORS. 

President — E. Sinnott ; Secreta)~y ~E. O'Reilly; Ignatius Collins, 
Nicholas Hamirick, Patiick MaiL-fielil, Jacob Hanhani, Richard Wyse, sr. 
Rate on appraiseil Rental ... ... 6 per cent. 

Stock (guaranteed by Government) ... ^^14,000 
Fifty cents per ton duty is charged on domestic coals entered at the 
port of HlMciiUi;i, the amount collected being paid towards the support of 
the Water C'ouijdny, as is also a charge of live cen-js per ton as water rates 
on vessels entering the jiort, coasting and fishing vessels being exempt. 



23anhi5. 



SAVINGS' BANK-Duckworth Street. 
Hours of Busines.* 10 a.m. to 3 p m. 

Governors- Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., K.C., Ll.d. ; Hon. George C. 
Skelton, M.D. ; Hon. John Harris, Hon. J. B. Ayre, J. R. Bennett, M.H.A., 
R. A. Squires, H.H.A., M. J. Kennedy, M.H.A.," and The Speaker House 
of Assenjlily. 

Directors — Hons J. Harris, J. B. Ayre, G. Skelton. 

Cashier — F. 0. Beiteau, J. P., (acting). 

Accoindaiit — W. H. J. Slieais. 

Teller— ¥. VV. Pincock. 

Assistant Clerk — H. Barnes (acung). 

Branch Banks. 

Harbor Grace — Clerk — John Foley. 
Heart's Content — Clerk — George F. Moore. 
Bay Roberts— Clerk — D. J. Fraser. 
BtU Island— Clerk— n. D. Walsh. 
Grand Falls — Clei-k—B.. F. New hook. 

Number of Depositors 31st December, 1909, at St. John's, 5,962 ; 
Harbor Grace, 788 ; Heart's Content, 277 ; Bay Roberts, 147. Total, 7,174. 
Total amount on deposit 31st December, 1909, ;?2, 642,010. 46. Rate of 
Interest on deposits, 3 per cent. 



Banks. 273 

AYRE & SONS, Ltd., Agents. 

BANK OF MONTREAL, 

[Established 1817.] 

Head Office : Montreal. 

Capital (all paid up) , ...;?1 4,400,000 

Rest 12,000,(100 

Undivided ProKts 963,0n0 

Hon. President — Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona & Mount Royal, G.C.M.G. 
President — R. B. Angus, Esq. 

Vice-President and General Manager — Sir Edward S. Clouston, Bart. 
Financial Agents for the Government of the Dominion of Canada. 
Bankers for the Government of Newfoundland. 

St. John's Branch, Water Street. 
Manager — J. A. Paddon. 

Bay of Islands Branch, Birchy Cove. 
Manager — B. H. J. Ruel. 

London, England, Branch. 
Manager—?. W. Taylor, 46 and 47 Threadneedle Street. 

In the United States. 

New York—^. Y. Hebden, VV. A. Bog and J. F. Molineux, Agents' 
31 Pine Street. 

Chicago — J. M. Greata, Manager. 

Bankers in Great Britain. 

London — Tlie Bank of England. 

The Union of Londitn and Smith's Bank, Ltd. 

The London and Westminster Bank, Ltd. 

The National Provincial Rank of England, Ltd. 
Liverpool — The Bank of Liverpool, Ltd. 
Scotland — The British Liuen Co. Bank and Branches. 

Bankers in the United States. 

Neic York— The National City Bank. 
The Bank of New York. 

The National Bank of Commerce in New York. 
Boston— The Merchants' National Bank. 

J. B. Moors & Co. 
Buffalo— The Maine Bank, Buffalo. 
San Francisco— The First National Bank. 

Anglo-California Bank, Ltd. 

Branches in all the chief cities and towns of Canada. Letters of 
•Credit issued available in all parts of the world. 



274 Banks. 

New Phonograph Records by the World's 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

[Establishca 1832.] 
Capital, §3,000,000 ; Reserve, $5,500,000. 

HEAD OFFICE : TORONTO, ONT. 

H. A. Richardson ... ... ... General Manager. 

Over ninety Branches in Canada, United States, West Indies and 
Newfoundland. 

Branches in Newfoundland. 

St. Johns — R. H. Anderson, Alanager. 
Harbor Grace — W. J. Hunt, Manager. 
Grand Bank — W. I). King, Manager. 
Bovavisla--K. MacKinnon, Manager. 
Burin — W. S. Wilkinson, Manager. 
Carhonear — W. H. Morrow, Minager. 
Twillingate — J. A. Tenipleton, Manager. 

CORRESPONDENTS. 

Great Britain — Royal Bank of t^cotland, and Branches. 
New York — Bank of New Yoik, N. B. A. 
Boaton — Merchants' National B>ink. 
Chicago — First National Bank. 
San Francisco — Canadian Bank of Commerce. 
St. Pierre, Miq. — Banque des Isles, St. Pierre et Miquelon. 
And in all the principal cities of the world. 

THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA. 

[Incorpoarted 1869.] 

Authorized Capital $ 10,0C0,000 

Rest 6,900,000 

Paid-up Capital 6,200,000 

Assets 95,000,000 

HEAD OTFICE, MONTREAL. 

President — H. S. Holt ; General Manager — E. L. Pease. 

St. John's Branch, Goodfellow's Building, Water Street. 

Manager — W. H. Crowdy. 
Accountant — C. E. Meehan. 
Teller — Ale.xander Marshall, jr. 

Clerks — F. L. Bradshaw, S. Robertson, J. E. Hanham, G. B. Cross,- 
A. G. Joy, A. A. T. White. 

CORRESPONDENTS. 

Dominion of Canada — Merchants' Bank of Canada. 
Bermuda — Bank of Bermuda (Limited). 



Canadian Commissioner. — Foreign Consuls. 275 

Favourites.— AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 

New York — Agency : The Royal Bank of Canada. 
Boston — National Shanuit Bank. 
Great Britain — The Royal Bunk of Canada, London. 
France — Credit Lyonnais. 

CANADIAN TRADE COMMISSIONER. 

•T. R. Rav. 

Office Board of Trade Building, St. John's. 



f orpign €on^ulitf. 



Belgivu ~ Co7isid-General, Canada and Nfd.— H. Ketels, Ottawa. 

Consul for Newfoundland — E. A. Hay ward. 
Brazil — Vice-Consul, St. John's— G. Blackburn. 

Commercial Agent, Harbor Grace — W. H. Thompson. 
Cuba — Consul — W. H. Franklin. 
Denmark — Consul — F. Browning. 
France — Vice-Consul — .Jules CUias. Hoinerj'. 

Consular Agent, Sandy Point — Walter Le Roux. 
German Empire — Consul, St. John's and Har. Grace — K. R. Prowse. 

Acting Vice-Cousul, Nain — E. A. JVlartin. 
liAhY— Consular Agent for Neufoundland—Chairles McK. Harvey (acting). 

Netherlands — Vice-Con.^ul, St. John's — 

Norway — Canada and Nfld (e.xc. of British Columbia)— Consul — Arvid 
Jacohsen, Montreal. 
Vice-Consul. St. John's — T. K. Cook. 
Portugal — Consul, St. John's— J. R. Good ridge. 

Vice-Consul . St. John's — A. J. Goodridge. 
*' Kings Cove — Daniel A. Ryan. 

" La foile — Henry Clement. 

" FojfO— Henry J. Earle. 

" Burin — Charles F. Bishop. 

" Twillingate and Herring Neck — J. D. Lockyer. 

" Grand Bank — Geoige A. Buffett. 

" Harbor Breton — Charles Way (acting). 

Consular Agent, Harbor (rrafg— Graham Munn. 
" Bonavista — P. Templeman. 

Spain— OonsJiJ General for B. N. America— V>on Ortes de Tugasti, Montreal. 
Consul, St. John's— i. Morey. 
Vice-Consul, Harbor Grace— V. Munn. 
U. S. OF America — Consul, St. John's— Jnines S. Benedict. 
Vice-Consul—^. F. Bradshaw. 
Co7isular Clerk— Miss F. M. West. 
Panama— ffonorar?/ Consul— A. E. Hickman. 



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Anglo American Telerjraph Co. 



House and Shop Blinds made to order. 



ANGLO-AMERICAN TELEGRAPH COMPANY, Ltd. 

R. C. Smith, General Swpenntendent, Newfoundland. 
Company's Offices in Newfoundland. 



Adniirars Cove 

Aquaforte 

Avondale 

Bay Jiiills 

Bay (In Nord 

Bay Roberts 

Brigus 

Brigus Junction 

Broacl Cove (S. Shore) 

Broad Cove (Ry. Stn.) 

Burgee 

Burnt Island 

C'ajie Broyle 

Cape Ray 

Cupid.s 

Cape Race 



Carbonear 
Channel 
Fernieuse 
Ferryland 
Qouliis, Bay Bulls 

Road 
Harbor Grace 
Heart's Content 
Holyiood 
Kelligiews 
La Poile 
Long Harbor 
Mobile 

Pol t aux-Basques 
Portugal Cove, near 

Cape Race 
Placentia 



Placentia Junction 
Rantem 
Renewse 
Rose Blanche 
St. John's, East 
West 
" Central 

Salmon Cove 
Tilton 
Toad's Cove 
Topsail 
Trepassey 
Donovan's 
Witless Bay 
Whit bourne. 
Woodford's 



Caplin Bay 

City Central Office Hours— 8 a.m. to midnight, including Sundays. 
Telephone 69 for service between midnight and 8 a.m. 



Tariff between all Offices 
words, and 2 cents for each ad 

Tariff for places in Unitei 

Alabama 

Alberta 

Arizona Teiritory 

Arkansas 

British Columbia 

California 

'Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia .. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho Territory 
Illinois, Chicago 

" other offices... 

Indiana 

Indian Territory 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 



in Newfoundland: — 20 cents for the first teu 
dilional word ; (address and signature free). 
I States and Canada : — 



words. Ad. 


w'd 


10 words. Ad. 


w'd 


n 35 $0 


11 


Louisiana 


m 


35 $0 


11 


1 60 


13 


Maine 




00 


9 


1 60 


13 


Manitoba 




35 


11 


1 3.5 


11 


Maryland 




10 


9 


1 60 


13 


Massachusetts 




10 


9 


1 60 


13 


Mexico 




35 


18 


1 35 


11 


Michigan 




20 


10 


1 10 


9 


Minnesota 




35 


11 


1 10 


9 


Missouri 




35 


11 


1 10 


9 


Mississippi 




35 


11 


1 35 


11 


Montana 




35 


11 


1 35 


11 


Nebraska 




35 


11 


1 60 


13 


Nevada 




60 


13 


1 20 


10 


New Brunswick 




85 


7 


1 35 


11 


New Hampshire 




10 


9 


1 20 


10 


New Jersey 




10 


9 


1 35 


1] 


New Mexico Territory 




35 


11 


1 35 


11 


New York 




10 


9 


1 35 


11 


North Carolina 




20 


10 


1 20 


10 


North Dakota 




35 


11 



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10 words. Ad. 


w'd 1 


.0 words. Ad. w'd 


Nova Scotia $0 85 f 


» 7 


South Dakota 


$1 


35; $0 11 


Ohio 1 


20 


10 


Teniie.xs-ee 




35 11 


Oklahoma Territory... 1 


35 


11 


Texas 




35 11 


Ontario 


9m 


8 


Utah Teiritory 




60 13 


Oregon 1 


hO 


13 


Vermont 




10 9 


PeiHisvlvania 1 


10 


9 


Viiginia 




20 10 


P. E. Wand 


90 


8 


Washington ... .. 




60 13 


Quebec 


90 


8 


West Virginia 




20 10 


Rhofle Island 1 


10 


9 


Wisconsin 




35 11 


Saskatchewan 1 


60 


13 


V\'yoining Tenitory .. 




35 11 


South Carolina I 


20 


10 


Yukf)n 




60 35 


Cable Rates to following places : — 








Per word 






Per word 


Bermuda 


... $(» 


46 


South America — 






East Indies — 






Bahia 


• .. 


... fl 00 


Colombo 


... 


76 


Fernambuco 


... 


85 


Europe— 






British Guiana & W. 


[ndies — 


Denmark 




35 


Antigua 




92 


Germany 




25 


Harbadoes 




98 


Greece 




36 


Cnba : Havana 




27 


France 




25 


Other offices 




32 


Italy 




31 


Demerara 




.. 1 50 


Norway 




35 


Jamaica 




55 


Portugal • 




39 


Portn Rico 




82 


Spain 




38 


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Night Letters. 

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Continuous Service. 

Main Office, Exchange Bnihling, Water Street, open daily (Sundays 
included) fioin 8 a.m. to midnight. For service between midnight and 
8 a.m., telephone No. 69. 

Branch Offices in direct communication (ihiongh Company's system) 
with all parts of the world : — Osborne Hou.<f, opposite General Post Office, 
St. John's ; Mechanics' Building, Water Stuet East; open every week 
day from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. 

Telephone 378 for Messenger. 



278 



Letters Patent. 



Cushions of all sizes made to order.— 



LETTERS PATENT ISSUED IN NFLD.. 1897 to 1910. 
Patent Office: Office of the Colonial Secretao-, Court House Building. 



Grantee. 



Plhposes for WHiuii Letters Granted. 



Date ok 
Issue. 



John C. AV. Stanlc.v .. 

■Charles K. Walsh 

Jacob P. AVright 

E. Beecher and Jacob 

P. AVright. 
Eben. B. BecchiT and 

Jacob I'. Wright. 
Riidolpli l.angliaiin 



George Wni. Clerihew. 

Frederick A. Knapp ... 
Thos. Leopold AVilson 

Thos. Leopold Wil.son 

Guglielmo Marconi 

John C. W. Stanley 

WillardG. Day ... 

Edward W. Giles 

Edwin B. McDougall.. 

Gottfried Erickson and 
P. E. T. Tuhl. 

Chas. H. Palmer, Jno. 
W. Denimead and 
Jos. A. Baugman. 

Alice Pigott 

Benjamin W. Morfoot. 
Frederick Lamplough. 



John Armstrong 

Eugene Menrer 

Do. 
Carl R. A. Von Wels- 

back. 
Augustus Howard 



Improvement in or relating to the treatment of 

fish or other otfal or similar offal June, 1897 

Improvements in or relating to Air Valves for 

Pneumatic Tyres June, 1897 

Improvements in Machines for making Matches June, 1897 

Improvements in Machines for making Matches June, 1897 



Imi>rovcments in Machines for making AVax 
iMatches 

Improvements in the production of Coatings 
composed of o.\iilcs of tlie earth metals, and 
in the manufacture of incandescing media 
for use in Gas ligliting 

Improvements in the manufacture of Hermeti- 
cally Sealed Sheet Metal Cans 

Im])rovements in Marine Vessels 

Improvements in Electric re<luction of refrac 
tory metallic compounds 

Improvements in Metallic Carbides and the 
production thereof 

Imp'ments in transmitting Electical Impulses 
and Signals and in ajjparatus therefor 

Improvements in or relating to tke liberation 
or recover}- of Oils and the like 

Improvements in methods of preserving perish- 
able substances 

Improvements in Water Pipe System for houses 

Improvements in the preparation of Fish for 
))urposes of food and sale 

Im]>rovements in a Machine for printing cylin 
drical objects .' 

Improvements in and relating to Machines for 
filling boxes with Matches 

Improvements in the treatment of Lead Ore 

Improvements in kej-opening Can heads 

Method and apparatus for saturating vulcaniz 
ing and oxidizing fibrous materials in the 
production of material to be used for insu- 
lating and other i)urposes 

Improvements in treating complex arcs, man- 
tles and the like, and in furnaces therefor... 

Improvements in Digesters Xo. 1 

Improvements in Digesters Xo. 2 

Improvements in Incandescent Electric Lamps, 
and processes for production thereof ' 

Improvements in method of and apparatus for 
the conversion of the energy of fuel and an 
expansion medium into power 



June. 1897 



Aug., 1897 



Aug. 
Oct., 


1897 
1897 


Oct., 


1897 


Oct., 


1897 


Oct., 


1897 


Oct., 


1897 


Dec, 
Dec, 


1897 
1897 


Jan., 


1898 


Jan., 


1898 


Mar., 


1898 


April 


1898 


Aug., 


1898 



Nov., 1898 



Nov., 
Dec, 
Dec, 

Dec, 
Feb., 



1898 
1898 
1898 

1898 
1899 



Letters Patent. 



279 



AY^E & SONS, Ltd. 



Grantee. 



Purposes foe which Letters Granted. 



Date of 

Issue. 



J. C. W. Stanley 

Fredk. A. Maximilian 

Schiechel. 
Oliver S. Garretson ... 

Emil Kreuser 

John Davidson 

Guglielmo Marconi ... 
Elizabeth P. Parnell... 

Francis EUershausen.. 

John P. Wethcrell ... 
David Z. Baumgarten. 
Chas. C Bruckner ... 
Frederick Bedell 

Harold Boyd 

Edward Hett 

Do. 

Do. 

Simon Alfred Eraser... 
Francis Edwd. Elmore 



■Guglielmo Marconi 

Adolph Nielsen ... 

Olaf Tyberg & others.. 
Gnglielmo Marconi 

Do. 

John Darling 

H.F. Kilpatrick-Picard 

Michael L. Pupin 

Francis EUershausen.. 
Arch. W. Maconochie . 
Eugene L. Edson 

John S. Morston 
Carl A. Von Welsback 
Do. 

Ludwig RismuUer 
<3eorge Mackinson 
George Rismuller 

J. B. de Alzugaray ... 



Improvements in or relating to the extraction 

of Oil from material containing it Mar., 1899 

Improvements in magnetic separation Mar., 1899 

Improvements in Matte and Pyritic smelting April, 1899 

and converting or bessemerizing Matte 
Improvements in Electro-magni^tic apparatus April, 1899 

for separating Ores April, 1899 

Improvements in Fish food jjreparafons May, 1899 

Apparatus employed in AVireless Telegraphy ... May, 1899 
Improvements in or relating to 'the treatment 

Ores and in apparatus therefor June, 1899 

Improvements in the treatment of refractory 

Sulphuric Ores June, 1899 

Improvements in magnetic separation July, 1899 

Improvements in Acetylene Gas Generators ... Aug., 1899 
Improvements in Hydro-carbon vapor burners.. Aug., 1899 
System of Telegraphy and transmission of cur- 
rents by electricity Oct., 1899 

Improvements in Explosives Nov., 1899 

Improvements in transferring and printing, 

and mechanisms therefor Nov., 1899 

Improvements in making printing surfaces, and 

mechanisms therefor Nov., 1899 

Improvements in printing and mechanisms 

therefor Nov., 1899 

Improvements in Grippers Jan., 1900 

Improved method of separating Metallic from 
rocky constituents of Ores, and apparatus 

for that purpose Mar., 1900 

Improvements in apjiaratus emplo3'ed in Wire- 
less Telegraphy May, 1900 

Time and Friction Fuses to lie used in connec- 
tion with explosive bomb harpoons Oct., 1900 

Improvements in Cigar Machines Dec, 190O 

Improvements in Receivers for Electrical oscil- 
lations Dec, 1900 

Improvements in apparatus for Wireless Tele- 
graphy Dec, 1900 

Improvem'ts in Windows for Railway Carriages Mar., 1901 
Improvements in treatment of complex Sul- 
phide Ores ...Mar., 1901 

Improvem'ts in the art of reducing attenuation 

of Electrical waves, and apparatus therefor. Mar., 1901 
Improvements in complex and refractory Ores. May, 1901 
Improvements in Tins for preserved foods ... June, 1901 
Improvements in obtaining Gelatine and Oil 

from Fish, &c July, 1901 

Improvements in Pumps Aug., 1901 

Improvem'ts in supports for Osmium Filaments Aug., 1901 
Improvements in Electrical accumulation and 

primary cells Aug., 1901 

Process for bleaching Whale and Seal Oil ... Sept., 1901 
Apparatus for saving or economising fuel ...Oct., 1901 
Process for extraction of Oil, &c., from refuse 

of meat, &o Dec, 1901 

Process of extraction of gold & silver from Ores Dec, 1901 



280 



Letters Patent. 



For Presentation Gifts^ Gome ta 



Grantee. 



Purposes foe which Letters Granted. 



Date of 
Issue. 



Alex. G. Strathern 

Eugene R. Edson 

Do. 
Henry Carmichael 

Do. 
John H. Lubber... 
Wm. H. Knox ... 
.Tames DouU 

E. P. Stiker 

William Moir 

D. Dnimmond ... 
Emil Kunsden ... 
G. Maiconi 

E. P. Stiker 
Tbos. H. Churchill 
Win. J. Knox 

Charles Filor 

A. E. Kent and others 
ThaddeuB S. C. Lowe. 
Henry K. Oanii>bell ... 

K. A. Knapp 

JoH. Simons and Karl 

P. Hangl. 
<1ames DouU 

Oskar H. Anderson ... 
A. S. Elmore 

C. A. Hege 

Ludwig Kismuller 
A. Elefsen and E. 

Sommerfeldt. 
Ludwig RismuUer 

Baron Victor Baretto.. 

H. C. Woltreck 

Wm. R. Montgomery.. 
Michael J. Pupin 

Michael J. Pupin 

H. C. Woltreck 

Herbert C. P.ooth ... 

Agazio Falcone 

Jos. B. de Alzugaray .. 
Wm. H. Storey 

John S. Rigby 

Joseph Roper 



Manufacture of Weldless Chains and machi- 
nery for such 

Manufacture of Oil from fish waste, &c 

Manufacture of Oil from fish waste, &c 

Apparatus for roasting Ores 

Method of roasting Ores 

Improvements in manufacture of Glass articles 

Method of treating Copper ores 

Manufacture of Peat, itc 

Metal Dressing J] achine 

Fixing tops Seamless (.'ans 

Spark Preventer and Fuel Economiser 

Process for treating Ores 

Receiver suitable for Wireless Telegraphy 

Shute for Metal Dress ng Machines 

Night Cribs for Children 

Linings of Vessels 

Blind Stitching Sew'iig Machines 

Automatic Telephone Exchange 

Process and apparatus for manufacture of Coke 

Method and ai)paratus for extraction of mag- 
netic particles from Ore Pulp 

Improvements in Mar.iie V^essels 

Manufacture of Fuel Briquettes and Machines 
therefor 

Manufacture of Peat and Peat Moss and ma- 
chinery therefor 

Manufacture of Artificial Stone 

Process and apparatus for separating Mineral 
substances by selective action of Oil 

Machine for Chitting Railroad Cross Ties 

Oil-proof and Acid-proof Tanks 

Method of regulating Tension on Harpoon Rope 

Machine for DrjMng. Grinding, and Screening 
Meat and other sul)stances 

Process and apparatus for manufacture of 
Bricks or Building Blocks, &c 

Improvements in )irocess for producing Ammo- 
nia by Synthesis 

Plug Machines for Tobacco 

Art of reducing the attenuation of Electrical 
waves and apparatus therefor 

Apparatus for reducing attenuation of Electri- 
cal waves 

Process for the jjroduction of Ammonia by 
Synthesis 

Improvements relating to the extraction of 
dust from carpets and other materials 

Improvements in Electric Telegraph apparatus 

Manufacture of Iron and Steel and their alloj-s 

Improvements in Trawls, Nets, and other fish- 
ing gear 

Improvements in the manufacture of Bricks 
and Artificial Stone 

Improvements in connection with Compasses 
for taking bearings 



Dec, 
Jan., 
Jan., 
Feb., 
Feb., 
Feb., 
Feb., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
Mar., 
May, 
May. 
JulV, 
Sept. 
Oct., 
Oct-, 
Dec, 
Dec, 
Dec, 



1901 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 

11902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 

,1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 



Dec, 1902 

Dec, 1902 

Dec, 1902 

Jan., 1903 

Jan., 1903 

Feb., 1903 

Feb., 1903 

Feb., 1903 

Feb.. 1903 



Mar., 1903 

April, 1903 

April, 1903 
May, 1903 

June, 1903 

June, 1903 

Aug., 1903 

Aug.. 1903 
Aug., 1903 
Aug., H;03 

Sept., 1903 

Sept., 1903 

Sept., 1903 



Letters Patent. 



281 



ATRE & SOl^S, Ltd. 



Grantee. 



Purposes koii which Letters Granted. 



Date op 

Issue. 



Samuel Butler 

Pierce J. Brian 

John Edward Cooper.. 

Do. 

John Pell Northey ... 

Charles Summers 

Eugene Riley Edson ... 

Guglielmo Marconi ... 

Walter Lamb 

Elias Roberts 

John Cormack 

John H. Lubbers 
Utley Wedge 

Charles C. Hovey 

Walter Lamb 

James Bergan 

John A. P'leming 

Do. 
William B. Kerr 

John Henry Lubbers... 

John Clouston 

Hallack Abbey Penrose 
Thos. Leopold Wilson. 
Edwd. Daniel Schmitt 
Charles A. Petrie 
Jno. Ambrose Fleming 

Charles Maurice Allen 
Ralph Baggaley 

Ralph Baggaley and 
Chas. Maurice Allen 

Ralph Baggaley and 
Chas. Maurice Allen 

Ralph Baggaley, Chas. 
Maurice Allen and 
Ed. Wm. Lindquist. 

Alessandro Artom 



New and useful means of preventing the skid- 
ding or side slipping of Blotor Cars, &c. ... 

New and useful B\itton to l)c applied to the 
movable Jaw of all Wrenches 

.4nti-friction mechanism of the Axle Shafts of 
Railwa.v Carriages and other vehicles 

Anti-friction mechanism as applied to Railway 
and other vehicles 

Sound-producing devices suitable for S3'rens 
and like instruments 

Appliances for lifting and turning Anvils for 
rock boring and other purposes 

Improvements in Rendering or Reducing Ap- 
paratus 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy 

Improvements in the method of preserving Fish 

Appliances in connection with Artificial Arms. 

Improvements in connection with Air Coolers, 
Refrigerators and Bait Freezers 

Method of and Ajtparatus for Drawing Glass... 

Improvements in preparing particles of Iron 
Pyrites for Desulphurization 

Apparatus for Canning Food 

Improvements in the method of preserving Fish 

Apparatus for automatically lighting and extin- 
guishing Street and other (ias Lamps 

Transmitting instruments for AVireless Teleg'y 

Telegrajihic Signalling Keys 

Process for separating the Fluid portions from 
Solid portions of Fatty Substances 

Method of and .\))paratus for Drawing Sheet 
Glass 

Air Cooler, Refiigator and Bait li'reezer 

Shipping Cases for Bottled Li(iuids 

Automat c Gas Buoys 

Bottle Seals 

Devices for Cutting Ships' Cables 

Instruments for Detecting and Measuring Al- 
ternating Electric Currents 

Method for Converting Copper Matter 

Method of Refining Copper 

Method of recovering values from Ores by dis- 
solving in a Molten Bath 

Method of Smelting Ore and cleaning Conver- 
ter Slag 

Method of Smelting Ores and Separating 
Matter 



Marcus Augustus 

Goodwin. 
James Law Crawford.. 



Oct., 1903- 

Dec, 1903 

Dec, 1903 

Dec, 1903 

Feb., 1904 

Mar., 1904 

Mar., 1904 
April, 1904 
Jlav, 1904 
MaV, 1904 

June, 1904 
June, 1904 

Julv, 1904 
Julv, 1904 
Sept., 1904 

Sept.. 1904 
Oct., 1904 
Oct., 1904 

Dec, 1904 

Jan., 1905 
Jan., 190& 
aiav, 1905 
May, 1905 
MaV, 1905 
Aug., 1905 

Aug., 1905 
Aug., 1905 
Aug., 1905 

Aug.. 1905 

Aug., 1905 
Aug., 1905 



Improvem'tsin and relating to the transmission 
of Electrical energy through space for the' 
purpose of AVireless" Telegraphy and the like Aug., 1905 

Bottle Sealing Devices Aug., 1905 



Apparatus for finding Underground Minerals] 

bv Electric Earth Currents 'Sept., 1905 



BB 



1J82 



Letters Patent. 



' Exclusive ' Series Local View 



Grantee, 



Purposes fok which Letters Granted, 



Date or 
Issue. 



Lieut. -Col. Otho Glyuii 

Bolilho. 
Eniil L. Opperiiiauu ... 

Thos. Leopold Wilson... 

Reginald A. Fesse.liilelJ. 

.John W. Hay ward 

J.'K'ob D.ivid Wolf 

Guglielnio Miircoui 
Williiini Oliphant 
William Olipliant 

Alfred C Lawrenie ... 

Robei-t White 

Louis Arsene De.sy 
Horace Fowler Brown .. 
George De,\ter Burton ,. 

Lee de Forest 
Fraulc Creelman 

■Cornelius Lie 
Walter Clouston 

Ale.N. McMartin Stark.. 

liobt. Allison Chamber.s 

Berthold G. Re.sihke 

Wni. Blackninre and 
Alfred Howard. 

Roliert Barn 

William .Jamie.soii 

Alessandro Artom 

Arthur Wesley Lake 

William Jamiesou 

Jolin Pell Northey 

Geo. Farquhar and 
Robt. North. 



Iiuprovenii'ut in Appar.itus for Catohiug Fish ... 'Dec, 1905 

Liiproveineuts in and rekating to Eleetrio Secon- ' 

dary Batteries Ipeb., 1906 

Improvements in mmlpined Gas Whistling and 

Bell Buoys jFeb., 1906 

Improvements in Signalling ... ... ... :Feb., 190(3 



Art and nietliod nC ami (or attaching, connecting, 
lirotecting and (ireserving Bait used with, 
upon and iii connei'tiou with Fish Hooks ... 

Improvements in or relating to the separation of 
Metals from tlu-ir Ores ... 

Iniprovements in nr relating to Wireless Teleg'hy 

Improvements in Gas Machines ... 

Improvements in an api)aratus for decanting 
Aerated Liquids into open vessels... 

Improvements in Snrface Carburettors ... 



Feb., 1906 

Mar . 1906 
April, 1906 
Ajiril, 1906 

April, 1906 
April, 1906 



Iniprovements in Gas Burners, and in Signalling 

apparatus in connection therewith April, 1906 

Improvements in Kx-cavating Apparatus ... May, 1906 

Improvements in methods of Treating Ores ... June. 1906 

Iniprovements in methods of treating Hides and 

Skins by Electricity June, 1906 

Improvements in Wirele.ss Telegraphy June, 1906 

Improvements in an improved Striking means 

for Bell Buoys June, 190S 

Improvements in Xet-niaking Machines... ... June 1906 

New and useful Artificial Bait for Cod and other 

lishes jJnne, 1906 

Improvements in communicating Electric Light 

and Power .Systems June, 1906 

Iniprovements in method ami apjiaratus for fill- 
ing Ore, Coal, and the like Aug,, 1906 

Improvements in the manufacture of Safety E.\- 

plosives Aug., 1906 

Improvements in the treatment of Pyritic Ores 
containing gold, silver, and other valuable 
metals Aug., 1906 

Improvements iji method of Fastening the Heads 

of Casks or like vessels Aug. 1906 

Improvements in Machines for shaping and pre- 
paring Staves for Casks and the like ... Aug., 1906 

Iniprovements in Wireless Telegraphy Receiving | 

Apparatus " Aug., 1906 

Imiirovemeuts in method of packing fresh Cod- ' 
fish, Co<lHsh Tongues, and other similar I 
articles of food in tins ... Sept., 1906 

Improvements in Machines for Clamjiing together 

pieces of Wood or other material Oct., 1906 

Improvements in .sound producing devices, suit- 
able for Syrens and like instruments ... Oct., 1906 
Improvements in ami relating to Devices for 
Hermetically Sealing Metal Receptacles for 
Food and the like Dec., 1906 



Letters Patent. 



283 



Fost Cards.— AYRE &. SONS, Ltd. 



Grantee. 

Bertholil Gustav 

Resohke. 
Ralph Baggaley 

Alfred Schwarz 

Louis Arseue Desy 
Valilemar Poulseii 

Valdemar Poulsen 

ValtJeiuai- I'oulsen 

Valdeiuai' I'oulsen 

Tlios, Jciiineii 



:Heririan Clias. Woltereck 
Francis EiUvard Elmore 



Charles Coii}.sto<.k Lane 

.Guy H. Mallaiii 

Wellington Parker 

Kidder. 
X'lias. Wesley Davis 

and Geo. Wni. Davis. 
.Johannes August Garnis 

■Chas. Petrie 
Herman Zerniiig 

Thos. Leopold Wilson . 
/Gugli<'!mo Marconi 



Anber Crawte Perrason. 



John W. Clouston 



Jittore Bellini and 
Alessandro Tosi 

\Win. Norris Cornell 



Do. 



POUPOSES FOR WHICH LETTERS GRANTED. 



DATS OF 

Issue. 



Improvements in the Manufacture of Safety Ex- 
plosives Dec, 1906 

Methods of and Apparatus for Extracting Metal 

Values from Ores Jan., 1907 

Improvements in Method of and Apparatus for 

Concentrating Ore April, 1907 

Excavating Apparatus lApril, 1907 

Improvements in Receivers for the Wireless 

Transmission of Signals April, 1907 

Improvements in Receiving Systems for Wireless 
Transmission of Signals April, 1907 

Improved Methods of Signalling in Wireless 

Telegraphy April, 1907 

Improvements relating to the Production of Al 

teruating Electric Currents ... April, 1907 

Improvements in Devices for binding or fasten 
ing together the Claws or Pinchers of Lob- 
sters and like Crustacea ... April, 1907 

Process for the Production of Ammonia... ... A.pril, 1907 

Improvements in Proces.ses for Separating cer- 
tain constituents of finely divided material 
by causing them to rise or tloat in a liquid, April, 1907 

Improvements in Ore Crusliing Machines ... April, 1907 

Improvements in Steam Digesters for Treating 

Wood Fibre April, 1907 

Improvements in Typewriters June, 1907 



Improvements in Typewriters June 1907 

Improvements in or relating to Trawling Xets 

for use in Herring or other fisheries ... July, 1907 

Improvements in Hawse Pipes ... Aug., 1907 

Im]irovements in tlie Manufacture of Filaments 

for Incandescent Electric Lamps ... ... .Sept., 1907 

Improvements in Fog Signalling Apparatus ... Oct., 1907 
Improvements in Transndtters for Wireless Te- 
legraphy Dec, 1907 

Improvements in and in a|i|iaratus for the ttest- 
ment of Fish, Fish Olfal, and the like, tor 
the extraction of Oil and production of Fer- 
tilizers Dec, 1907 

Art,' Machine or Method for the rapid drying of 
Codfish and other ti.sh and fish products, by 
strong currents of air at regulated tempe- 
ratures Mar. 7, '08 

System of Directed Wireless Telegraphy ... Mr. 16, '08 

Improvements in a ^Process of Utilizing Waste 

Products from the Manufacture of Paper ... Aug. 8, '08 

Improvements in an Apparatus for utilizing 
Waste Products from the Manufacture of 
Paper ». ... Aug, 8, '03 



284 



Letters Patent. 



Down Quilts Recovered.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd, 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 
Issue. 



Gustat Dillberg ani\ 
Anders Gaild. 

Heury '3chotield 

Charles Wesley Davis 

and Geo. Win. Davis. 
F. J. Caiter, Geo. W. 

Wilton and Stephen 

Taylor. 
Kdward Scaplin anil 

Joliffe Quinton. 
Wni. Speris Simpson 

and Howard Ovi.it t. j 
John Blum ...' 

Guglielmo Marconi 
John Ja.'ob ^stor 
Alfred A. Lockwood and 

Marcus H. A. Samuel. 
Alfred A. Lockwood & 

Marcus R. A. Samuel 
3oa6 B. de Abzugarar. 

Thermos Limittd 

Charles Desmarais ... 
Jonathan : ■■>eworthy. 

John Callahan 
Gordon Br\ ;ni 
John J. Heuiiy 
Malcolm V . Ewan and 

Geo H Tonilinson. 
AlexHudor Muirhead . . 
Nils .Testruj) 
Krnest S. Herutlev . 

Salo Whole 

I«idor Kitsee 

Do. 
P'red. W. Vot 
John Blum 



Improvements in means and method for protect-' 

from decomposition and putrefaction Vegetable Nov. 13, 
Fibres and articles and uiaterials made of .same. 

Improvements relating to the Furnaces of Steam 

Boilers Jan. 22, 

liiilirovenienls in Tj'pewriters ... ... Feb. 2, 

improvements in the method or process of Cur-, 
1 ing and putting up Codti.sh ... ... ... Mr. 30, 

for 



08 



0& 
09 



'0!> 



Method for the Manuf,i.cture of Squid 

Human Food purposes... ... ... ..IMay29, 

Improvements in the Metallurgy of Iron and 

Steel ". June 7, '09 

[miirovemeuts in and relating to the Manufac- 
ture of Artiticial I'aia Rubber... ... .. June / 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy ... ... July 9 

lui|irovemeiits in a Vibratory Disintegrator ... Sept. 4, 
Improvements relating to tlie Treatment of Ores Sep. 26, 



Improvements relating to the Treatment of 
Ores, or the like 

Inii)rovements in the Art of Extracting Metals 
from their Ores 

Double Walled Vessch with a space for a 
vacum between the walls. 

C'ore Extractors for Rock Drills 

Process for the manufacture of Fish and Fish 
]iro<lucts for food purposes. 

New and improved School Desk 

Portable Saw Mill 

Machinery for filling Stattressea 

Process of producing from Ligno-Cellulose 
Fermented Sugar 

Electric Telegraphy 

Bricjuetting oj Carbonized Peat and the like... 

Electrical means fer manufacturing small me- 
chanical effects 

Iini)rovements in or relating to Petroleum or 
other Hydro-carbon Oils 

Cable Telegraphy 

Telegraphic Relays ... 

Procens of Treating JIaterials ... 

Manufacture of Astificial I'ara Rubber 



•09 



'09 
•09 
'09 
'09 



Sep. 26, 

Oct. 21, 

Nov. 26, 
Dec. 1, 

Mar.ll, 
Mav 4, 
Ju." 20, 
Ju. 27, 

Ju. 27, 
Julv 1, 
Sep. 20, 



'09 

'09 

'09 
'09 

'10 
'10 
'10 
'10 

'10 
'10 
10 



Sep. 20, '10 



Sep. 20, 
Oct. 1, 
Oct. 1, 
Oct. 8, 
Oct. 15, 



'10 
'10 
'10 
'10 

"10 



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that Letters Patent can lie issued by the Governor in Conii'il for a term not exceeding 
fourteen years, with the l^ro^isrl tliat they wja?/ be e.vteiided for a further term of seven 
years. Patents granted to non-resiilents which hive not been brought into u.se in 
Newfoundlanil within two _\eais from the date of tlie Patent are no longer valid. 

Se.-tion 3 of the saiiie Chapter provides that any person may obtain from the 
Colonial Secretary a copy ol any such Letters P.atent, or drawing relating to the sanje, 
also the Petition wbercon the said Letters Patent were i,ssued, on pavmeut of the 
usual fees (Charged for copies of other document.s. 

Note. — Letters P.itent issued within the last fourteen years only on above list. 



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Name of Company, &c. 




Name of Company, &c. 



3900 



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3902 



Bowring Brothers, Limited. 

Cabot Steam Whaling Co., Limited. 

City Club Buililing Co., Limited. 

Glenwood Lumber Co., Limited. 

Masonic Hall Joint .Stock Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundlanil Boot and Shoe Manu- 
facturing Co., Limited. 

Newfoundland Brewery Co , Ltd, 

Newfoundland British Society. ' 

Newfoandland Consolidateii Foundry 
Co., Liniited. 

Newfoundland Copper Concentrating 
Co., Limited. 

Newfoundland Furniture and Mould- 
ing Co. , Ltd. 

Newfoundland Scaling Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Steam Screw Tug Co., 
Limited. 

Newfoundlaud Staani Whaling Co., 
Limited. 

Notre Dame Mining Co.. Limited. 

Regnlus^Stcamship Co., Limited. 

Royal Stores, Limited. 

St. George's Field Joint Stock Co., 
Limited. 

St. John's Nail Manufacturing Co., 
Limited 

St. John's Shipwright Benefit Society. 

St. John's Skating Rink Co., Ltd. 

Colonial Cordage Co , Limited. 

Gran<l River Pulp and Lundser Co., 
Liniited. 

Shoal Bay Mine Development Co. 
Limited 

St. George's Lumber Co., Limited. 

Erik Steamship Co., Liniited. 

Lindberg Brewing Co., Limite<L 

New Parrsboro' Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Horwood Lumber Co,, Ltd. 

Dildo Saw Mill Co,, Ltd. 
Bennett Brewing Co., Ltd. 

Standard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

News Publishing Co., Ltd. 
Western Copper Co., Ltd. 
Barachoix Mining Co., Ltd. 
Placentia Lead and Silver Mining 
Co., Limited. 



190-3 Imperial Tobacco Co., Limited, 
Ayre & Sons, Limited. 
Newfoundland Timber Estates, Ltd. 
Lewisport Store Co., Limited. 
Crown Manufacturing Co., Limite<L 
Steamship Newfoundlaud Sealing 

Co., Limited. 
Bell Island Steamship Co., Ltd. 
1904 Angel Engineering Supply Co., LtcL 
Union Lumber Co., Ltd, 
Nfid. Clothing Factory, Ltd. 
Empire Wood Working Co,, Ltd. 
Fortune Bay Whaling Co., Ltd. 
Charles Brook Lumber Co,, Ltd. 
Leonard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 
Labrador Whaling an(l Manufactur- 
ing Co., Ltd. 
Avalon S. S. Co., Ltd. 
United Seal Manufacturing Comp'y, 

Limited. 
St. Julien Copper Mining Co , Ltd. 
Hawke's Bay Whaling and Manufac- 
turing Co.. Ltd. 
Ellis & Co , Ltd. 
Augwiii k V') , Ltd. 
" iNtid. Talc Co., Ltd. 
190.0 Aiiglo-Nrid. Development Co., Ltd, 
" William Dull' k Son.s, Ltd. 
" iTerra Nova Luudier Co,, Ltd. 
" Deer Lake Lumber Co., Ltd. 
■' The Advcnmri' Steamship Co., Ltd. 
'■' Thomas Smyth Co., Ltd. 
" ,We.><tern St.ar Printing Co., Ltd. 
" C. L. Mar.di Co., Ltd. 
" Smi'.li Company. Ltd. 
■' Hue .datuv.ss Co., Ltd. 

TrHii.vilantic Talc Co., Ltd. 
NHd. P,v..l,i.H Cu., Ltd. 
St. JnhuV Floating Dry Dock Co., 
Limited. 
1906 Phceuix Wlirtli.g and Manufacturing 
Co., Ltd. 

I Newfoundland Pine and Pulp Co., 
' Ltd. 

iF. B. Wood Co., Ltd. 

I Northern Mining Co., Ltd. 

'Robinson & Co., Iitd. 



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White Bay Trading Cdiniiauy, Ltd. 

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The St. George'.^ Lumber Co., Ltd. 

The St. John'.s (tame.-' As.soeiatiou. 

Abbott & Halibiirton. 

Heart .s Content Athletii- A.ssociation, 
Limited. 

Conception Bay Mutual Marine In- 
surance Co., Limited. 

Bonavi.sta Bay Mntual Marine Insur- 
ance Co., Limited. 

The Notre Dame Mutual Insurance 
Club, Limited. 

The St. John's Aniusement Co., Ltd. 

The Chronicle Publishing Co.. Ltd. 

The Trinity Mutual Marine Insur- 
ance Co., Limited. 

The Colonial Chemical Co., Ltil. 

The Star Bottling Co., Ltd. 

The Twillingate Coal Co., Ltil. 

The Robert H, Ileid Co.. ltd. 

The Bonaventure Co., Ltd. 

The Bellaventure Co., Ltd. 

Lawrence Newfoundland Co. 

The Ntld Peat Industries Co 

The Thetis Steamship Co., Lt<i, 

The Grand Bank Mutual Marine 
Insnrance Co,, Ltd. 

The Gambo Lumber Co., Ltd. 

The Hothwell and Bowring Co., Ltd. 

West Coast Luniberic Pulp, Co., Ltd. 

The Coney Arm Lumber Co., Ltd. 

BisLoji, Sons an<l Co., Ltd. 

NiclioUe and Inkpen Co., Ltd, 

The Nfld. Oil Development Co., Ltd. 

The Aerial Transportation Co., Ltd. 

The Quidi Vidi Copper Co., Lt<l, 

The Nfid. Accident Mutual A.ssocia- 
tiijn, Limited. 

Jarries Baird, Limited. 

The Bally Haly Golf and Country 
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Job Brothers k Co.. Ltd. 

Job's Stores, Ltd. 

The West Coast Syndicate, Ltd, 

The Avalon Syndicate, Ltd. 



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Fish Food Export Co., Ltd. 
Harry Patton k Co., Ltd. 
Anglo-American Development Co., 

Limited. 
Western Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Central For^sts Co.. Ltd. 
Newfoundland Smelting Co. Ltd. 
Ganih-r River Lumber and Pulp Co. 

Ltd. 
Sudbury Waterproof Seal and 

Leather Manufacturing Co., Ltd,- 
Imperial Tobacco Company (Nfld.) 

Ltd. 
Marine Railway Dock Co.. Ltd. 

Atlantic Pebble Co., Ltd. 

Catholic Clergy Fund Society of the 
Province of Newfoundland. 

Euphrates Steamship Co., Ltd. 

Parker & Monroe, Ltd 

Rossiter k Co., Ltd. 

British-Nfld. Petroleum Co., Ltd. 

Rosiree Whaling Co., Ltd. 

British-Nfld. Exploitation Co., Ltd, 

The Chartered Co. of Nfid.. Ltd. 

The Nfid. Corporation, Ltd. 

The Crown Lobster Food Co.. Ltd. 

The Hamilton Pulp k Lumber Co.. 

Limited. 
The Nfld. Motor Bus Co., Ltd. 

The American-Nfld. Industries. Ltd. 

The. Eureka Lumber Co.. Ltd. 

The Globe Steam Laundi'y Co., Ltd. 

Nfld. Paper and Pulp Mills, Ltd. 

Labrador Forest Estates, Ltd. 

Newfoundland Poultry Association. 
Nelson Loan and Investment C'o., 
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For Willow Grouse (Piirtridge) ■■ind otlier Grouse, or for eggs of the same, De- 
cember loth to September 20th in following year. 

For Curlew, Plover, Snipe, or other wild or mif ratory birds (exrepting Wild 
Geese), or the eggs of the same, 15th December to September 20th in following year. 

For Caribou, 1st February to JSlst .July (both day.s included) in any year, and 
1st day of October to 20th October (lioili days included), in any year. Killing pro- 
hibited at all times in the followim,' area, viz. : — Commencing 1^ miles South of 
Grand Lake Station on the shores of the Lake, to a point at the same di.stance from 
the r.ailway at Howley; thence to Goose Brook, 1^ miles from the railway near Kitty's- 
Brook Falls; thence Northward 6J miles; thence to a point at Junction Brook, 3 mileij 
North ol Grand Lake Station, and thence Southwardly along the course of the Broolt 
and the shore of the Lake to point of commencement. 

Note -License to kill Caribou for non-residents in Colony, $.50 for three stags. 
Residents may kill two stags and one doe in any one year. License for Guides (non- 
domiciled), $50 ; domiciled, free. A license is issued to any officer of any British 
war ship stationed on Fishery Protection Service free of charge. Caribou cannot be 
hunted with dogs, or killed with any weapon other than fire-arms, or while crossing 
a pond, stream or water-course. 

For Moose or Elk, to 1st January, 1912, 

For Otters, 1st April to 1st October, in any year. 

For Beavers, to 1st October, 1913. 

For Fo.\es, March 15th to October 15th, in any year. (Use of poisons for killing 
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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 ^"0' other 
means except rod, hook and line. 

For Herring — Vessels prosecuting the Bank Fishery arc allowed to take eight 
barrels for each dory carried, for bait, jier voyage. 

Note. — For s))ec.ial rules respecting dates, regulating or prohibiting use of trap.s, 
seines, &c., in certain sea areas of the colony, see Fishery Rules and Regnlations to 
be be obtained at the Marine and Fisheries Department. 

Lobsters— Cape Race to Cape Ray— 24th July to 20th Ajiril, in following year 

Cape Ray to Cape Grcgory--31st July to 20th April, do. 

Cape Gregory to Flower's Cove— 20th August to 10th May, do. 

Flower's Cove to Cajve John— 10th August to 1st May, do. 

" Cape John to Cape Rac e— 1st August to 10th May, do. 

NoTK.— The carrying of lire-arms on Sumlay is prohibited (travellers e.xcepted). 



NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNORS. 



1729, Captain Osborne. I 1834, 

1737, " Vauburgh. I 1841, 

1740, " Lord Graham. '•■ 1847, 

1741, ■' Hon. J. Byng. ' 1852, 
1744, ■' Sir C. Hardy. i 1855, 
1749, " Lord Rodnev. j 1857, 
1760, " Drake, " | 1864, 
1753, " Bonfoy, 1869, 
1755, ' Durril. I 1876, 
1757, " Edw.irds. 1 1881, 

1760, " Webb. 

1761, ■• Graves. 11881, 
1764, " Palliser. , 1882, 
1769, " Hon. J. Bvron. i 
1772, Commodore Shnldhaiii. 11884, 

1775, " Duff. ; 1885, 

1776, A<lmiral Montague. I 1886, 
1779, " Edwards. 1887, 
1782, " CanijAell. 1887, 
1786, " Elliott. 1888, 
1789, ■' Milbanke. 

1792, " King. 189.^ 

1794, " Sir J. Wallace. 1895, 

1797, " Waldegrave. 1898, 

1800, " Pole. 

1802, " Gambler. 1901, 

1804, " Sir E. Gowcr. 1901, 

1807, " Holloway. 1904 

1810, " Sir J. Duckworth. 1904, 

1813, " Sir J. Keats. 

1816, " Pickmore. 1909, 

1818, " Sir C. Hamilton. 1909, 

1825, Captain Sir T. Cochrane. 

Note. — The Administrators only who have acted when there was no Governor 
are inclncled in above list. 



Captain Prescott. 

Major-General Sir J. Harvey. 

Lient. -Colonel Sir J. Le Marchant. 

Ker Baillie Hamilton. 

C. H. Darling. 

Sir Alexamler Baunerman, Knight. 

Anthonv Musgrave. 

Colonel Sir S. J. Hill, K.C.M.G. 

Sir J. H. Glover, G. CM. G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad- 
ministrator. 

SirH. F. B. Maxse, K.C M.G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad- 
nnni.strator. 

Sir J. H. Glover, G. C. M. G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

Sir G. Wm. Des Vccux, K.C.M.G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

Henry A. Blake, C.M.G. 

Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Terence N. 
O'Brien, K.C.M.G. 

Sir F. B. T. Carter, Adnanistrator. 

Sir Herliert H. Murray, K.C.B. 
Lieut. -Colonel Sir Henry McCallum. 

K. C. M. G. 
Sir J. 1. Little, Kt., Administrator. 
Sir Cavendish Boyle, K.C.M.G. 
Sir W. H, Horwood, Kt., Admr. 
Sir William McGregor. M.D 

G.C.M.G., C.B. 
Sir W. H. Horwood, Kt. , Admr. 
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Our Mail Order System 'Taps' the 

SYNOPSIS OF LEGISLATION, 1910. 

Cap. 1. — Board 0/ Trade Aii. — This Act confers upon the Board of 
Trade power to appoint committees of arbitration. The committees to be 
governed by rules prescribed by Boaiil and to have power to admitiister 
oaths. Awards to be filed in Registry Office and to have the force of a 
judgment of the Supreme Court. 

Cap. 2. — Fialwrmen's Home Act. — This Act gives power to represen- 
tatives of the Fishermen's and Sailoi'S Home Company (1884) power to sell 
their property in St. John's and after paying all claims to hand over bal- 
ance to The Royal National Mission to De^p Sea Fishermen or such other 
corporation or persons as shall undertake to inaugurate in St. John's an 
institution with the like aims as the said company. 

Cap. 3. — Newfoundland Dental Act. — This Act enables the Dental 
Board to make rules regulating duties of paid assistants. It also excludes 
from oj)eration of original Act duly qualified Medical Practitioners ex- 
tracting teeth and bona fide resident in any town where no Medical Prae- 
titioner, Doctor or Dental Surgeon. 

Cap. 4. — Pharmacy Act. — This Act is for the purpose of regulating 
the sale of Drugs in the Colony and foi' the purpose of carrying out its 
provisions provides for the appointment by the Governor in Council of a 
Board to be called "Tlie Newfoundland Pharmacy Board," holding office 
for three years. Further provision is made for the appointment to fill 
vacancies of offices, and the Board is authorized to hold examinations of 
candidates for registration as Pharmacists. Registrar to publish in Gazette 
each January list of parties re>;istered. All Medical Practitioners are enti- 
tled to be registered on paying fee. No person not registered shall attempt 
to sell or compound drugs or assume the title of chemist, druggist, 
pharmacist or apothecary. Penalty for breach of this provision not less 
than .?2f) and not exceerling ^50. Provision is made for regulating sale of 
poisons. Persons selling in contravention of Act unable to recover amount 
of charges. Schedule A. i ecites the names of drugs that are held to be 
poisons and Schedule B. incorporates the following persons as the Phar- 
maceutical Society of Newfonmihtnd : — Thomas M. McNeil, Jas. J. Chan- 
ning, Hugh C. Miller, Alex. W. Kennedy, Augustus I. Stafford, William 
J. Courtenay, Thomas Kavanagh, John P. Cuitin, Robert Gear McDonald, 
Wni. P. Taafe, James J. Kavanah, Albert C. Parkins, and such other per- 
sons as may become associated with them as members of the said society. 

Cap. 5 — Intoxicating Liquors Act. — By this Act no retail licenses shall 
be granted unless (1) there is but one door to the proposed licensed pre- 
nuses through which customers may enter ; (2) but one room in the pre- 
mises in which liquor may be purchased or consumed ; (3) no other busi- 
ness is to be carried on except sale of intoxicating liquors. All licensed 
premises must be absolutely closed between 9 p. m. and 9 a. m., and on 
Sundays, Christmas Day and Good Friday, under a penalty — fiist offence, 
$40 ; second offence, $80 ; third offence, forfeiture of license. No liquor 
to be sold on credit. In local option districts no liquor can be sent C.O.D. 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1910. 305 



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Cap. 6. — Trade Union Act. — This Act provides for the registration of 
Trade Unions, which are declared to be lawful although they may be in 
restraint of trade, and empowers tliem to take and defend actions at law 
concc'ining their propeity. The rules of every trade union are made bind- 
ing upon its members and union may change its name by consent of 
two-thirds of its members and may by consent of two-thirds of its mem- 
bers amalgamate with other unions. Every trade union must have a re- 
gistered office. The provisions of the Imperial Trades' Disputes Act, 1906, 
are declaied to be applicable to Newfoundland so far as they may apply. 

Cap. 7. — Municipal Act. — This Act makes provision for extending 
the benefits of the system of Sewerage now established in St. John's to 
houses the owners of which are unable to bear the cost of supplying them 
with the necessary appliances therefor, and emposes further duties and 
powers upon the Municipal Council. I'uder the Act the Council are 
given possession of Windsor Lake and adjoining Crown Lands and power 
to expropriate lands adjacent. Governor in Council may raise $90,000 
for the Council to be used : 1. $25,000 for distribution of water iu higher 
levels ; 2nd. $30,0U0 for furnishing houses with water and sewerage ; 
3rd. $20,000 for expropriation of land Windsor Lake, and 4th, $15,000 for 
a supply of water to South Side. The whole sum with interest to be re- 
payable by the Council. 

Cap. 8. — Municipal Regulation Act. — This Act provides for recovery 
of certain penalties and forfeitures. 

Cap. 9. — Education Act. — By this Act an amendment is made in re- 
lation to Teacher's Pension Fund by which any locally trained and graded 
teacher in any institution established under section 92 of the original Act 
may share in beneiits of Teacher's Pension Fund. The Jubilee Scholar- 
ship is raised from $600 to $1,200. Following Appropriation? are made : 
1. $5,000 for remodelling Schools ; 2. $3,000 to St. John's Boards ; 3. 
$2,000 for Colleges, etc ; 4. for Superior Scl'ools outside St. John's ; 
5. $3,000 for training pupil teachers ; 6. $6,000 for schools in destitute 
localities ; 7. $1,000 for assisting teachers who have broken down in 
service. 

Cap. 10. — Election Act. — This Act provides for Polling Stations in St. 
John's at which Electors of various Districts, temporarily in St. John's, 
may record their votes. 

Cap. 11. — Solemnization of Marriage Act. — This Act makes Chapter 
133 and also Cap. 28 of the Consolidated Statutes, entitled " Of the Regis- 
tration of Births, Marriages and Deaths," apply to the Salvation Army, 
and gives to any Commissioner, Staff Officer or Captain of tlie said Army, 
commissioned by the Army to solemnize marriage and licensed by the 
Governor for that purpose, the same authority in that respect as is exercised 
by persons in holy orders. 

Cap. \^.— Railway Extension Act. — This Act gives effect to an agree- 
ment made by the Government with the Reid Newfoundland Company 
for the construction and maintenance of Branch lines of Railway, as fol- 
lows : — (1) A Branch extending to Bonavista ; (2) A Branch to Heart's 



306 Synopsis of Legislation, 1910. 

Our Mail Order System has been satisfactory 

Content and (date's Cove ; (3) A Branch to Trepassey by way of Southern 
Shore ; {A) A Branch extending to Fortune Bay ; (5) A Branch to Bonne 
Bay. The Qovernnient to pay the Couiractor at the rate of ^15,()U0 per 
iniie, on certificate of Government engineer, for construction and 4,000 acres 
of land per mile of railway constructed for operation. Trains to be run 
each way on each Branch line every da}' (Sundays excepted.) 

Cap. \'&.— Government Securities Act. — This Act extends the provisions 
of 5 Ed. VII., cap. 3, as regards investment of trust funds, to all Newfound- 
land securities ia.'^ued in accordance with the "Colonial Stock Acts. 1877 
to 1900," of the Imperial Parliament, and defines expression " financial 
agents" as Messi'.-s. Glynn, Mills, Ciirrie & Co., Bankers. 

Cap. 14. — Cash Notes Act. — This Act provides for the issue of Cash 
Notes, payable at the Hank named m the said Notes, to be given in pay- 
ment in connection with Roads, Maiine Works and Permanent and Casual 
Poor services of the Colony, and makes such Notes a legal tender. 

Cap. 15. — Jarisdiction of Maijistrates Act. — This Act extends the juris- 
diction of Stipendiary Magistrates to Civil Actions for recovery of debt or 
damages to the amount of $200, and permits appeal in cases exceeding 
$20, provided notice of such appeal is given within fourteen days to the 
other party and to the Magistrate. 

Cap. 16 — Law Socirfii .4(<. — This Act extends the right of practising 
Law to women. 

Cap. 17. — Remission of Penalties Act. — This Act makes it lawful for 
the Governor to remit in whole or part any fine or forfeiture imposed on a 
convicted per.-^on, and may extend the Royal Meicy to any party imprison- 
ed for non-payment of fines. 

Cap. 18. — Encouragement of Agriculture Act. — In addition to other 
powers vested in the Minister of Agriculture and Mines the Act empowers 
him to arrange for and superintend the formation of Agricultural Societies 
in all the Electoral Districts, to hold Agricultural Shows and to purchase 
and pay freight on exhibits, and to pay for (a) compilation of farm notes 
for the press ; {h) delivery of lectures on agriculture ; (c) compilation of an 
Agricultural Primer for schools ; (rf) encouragement of cold storage ; (e) sala- 
ries of experts giving instruction in cutting and drying peat. Authority 
is also given him to provide a scholarship for highest marks in agricul- 
ture, and to pay bonus for lime burning, &c. The Act also provides for 
a Board of Agriculture. 

Cap. 19. — Woollen Manufactures Act. — This Act provides a premium 
of 5 per cent, on wool imported for manufacturing purposes and also five 
per cent on all wool grown in the Colony and manufactured into wearing 
apparel, blankets, carpets, &c., in factories where at least ten persons are 
employed. Wool manufacturing machinery to be exempt from duty. 

Cap. 20. — Dredging of Rivers Act. — This Act authorizes the Governor 
in Council to istue leases for twenty years of any river or stream on Crown 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1910. 307 



to Others. Give it a Trial-A¥RE & SONS, Ltd. 

lands for recovering any valuable mineral therefrom by dredging at a 
rental of ten dollars per mile of the river coui-se. No lease to be for more 
than ten miles. Governor in Council may acquire by arbitration for Mill 
owners private rights in river courses, where agreement with proprietors 
not possible. 

Cap. 21. — Discovery of Minerals Act — This Act has the intention of 
protecting original discoverei.-i ui iiiinr al ami piovidta that when anyone 
has shown to the satisfaction of the Governor in Council, by tiling with 
the Minister of Agriculture and Mines a claim, and giving public notice in 
Eoyal lia:.iltc tliai Iil- is tlie (ji ;;^;iial discoverer of any mineral deposit, his 
name shall be entereil in a "Register of Mineral Discoveries," and if at 
any time thereafter the location should be worked so far as to employ fifty 
men for one year, the discoverer shall receive from the funds of the Colony 
the sum of one thousand dollars. 

Cap. 22. — Copper Ore Smeltvuj Act. — This Act encourages the erection 
of Copper Smelters in the Colony : 1, by admitting free of duty all Ma- 
chinery and Coke requisite therefor ; 2, by payment of a bounty on ore 
mined and smelted in the Colony. The bounty to be $1.00 per ton up to 
one hundred, and 50 cents per ton up to five hundred, but the bounty not 
applicable to smelteis erected by owners of mining locations, but cjst of 
smelters may he taken as part of the #6,000 expenditure necessary to 
secure grant of location in fee simple. 

Cap. 23.- Coal Development Act. — This Act confirms an Agreement 
by the Government with the Newfoundland Exploration Syndicate for the 
development of the Coal Deposits of the Colony. 

Cap. 24. — Oil Fields Act — This Act confirms an Agreement by the 
Government with " The Newfoundland Oil Fields Co." for the develop- 
ment of the oil property at Parsons' Pond in the District of St. Barbe. 

Cap. 25. — Atlantic Pebble Co. Act. — This Act confirms an Agreement 
by the Government with "The Atlantic Pebble Co., Ltd." by which the 
company are granted the sole right to expoit beach stones and pebbles for 
three years, and the right for twenty-five years under certain conditions 
of expenditure, to enter upon any Crown land situate within one hundred 
yards of high water mark along the shores of Conception Bay between 
Cape St. Francis and Split Point, for the purpose of searching for and ex- 
porting all pebbles and beach stones found on said land. 

Cap. 26. — Nova Scotia Steel and Goal Co. .<4c<.— This Act confirms an 
Agreement by the Government with the Nova Scotia Steel Co., by which 
the company agrees to pay for ten years seven and a-half cents per ton on 
all iron ore exported by them from Bell Island, No addition is to be 
made to tax and the company may not charge extra price for coal supplied 
to Newfoundland unless similar increase made for similar markets during 
continuance of Agreement. 

Cap. 27. — Dominion Iron and Steel Co. Act. — This Act confirms an 
Agreement by the Government with the Dominion Iron and Steel Co., by 



-308 Synopsis of Legislation, 1910. 

For Waterproofing Leather ^ use ' Mar's 

which the compary agrees to pay for ten years seven and a-half cents per 
rton on all iron ore exported by them from Bell Island. No addition is to 
be made to tax and company may not charge extra price for coal exported 
to Newfoundland unless similar increase made for similar markets during 
continuance of Agreement. 

Cap. 28. — Marine and Fisheries Art.— Th\s Act authorizes the Gover- 
nor in Council to appoint a Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries and 
8uch other officers as may be necessary, and fixes the number of the mem- 
thers of Fishery Board at fifteen of whom seven shall be a quorum. 

Cap. 29. — Inland Fisheries Act. — This Act provides for the appoint- 
ment of a Board to be called " The Game and Inland Fisheries Board," of 
which the Minister of Marine and Fisheries shall be president and defines 
its duties, powers and functions. All licenses for killing game and taking 

■fish shall be issued by the said Board and all moneys for fees shall be 

lunder control of Board. 

Cap. 30. — Preservation of Beaven Act. — Under this Act a close time 
is made for Beavers from 1st Oct., 1910, till 1st Oct., 1913. Any breach 
of the law to be punished by two months imprisonment with hard labor 
or fine not exceeding $200, and power is given to search for skins and to 
examine luggage or packages. One half fine shall be paid to person prose- 
cuting offender to conviction. 

Cap. 31. — Cold Storage Act. — Under this Act the Government is autho- 
rized to guarantee an interest on investments in Cold Storage plants ex- 
ceeding in value ^50,000, of 5 per cent, on conditions as to work done, 
class of fish handled, and exported, &c., as to the Governor in Council may 
♦seem expedient. Machinery for such Cold Storage plants to be admitted 
duty free, and location, plans and specifications to be subject to approval 
of Governor in Council. Governor in Council may out of monies voted 
for the purpose grant a subsidy of 30 per cent, of cost of any Cold Storage 
plant, payable 15 per cent, on completion and 15 per cent, at end of first 
year of ojierating. All plants to be subject to inspection and rates charged 
to approval. 

Cap. 32. — Pilotage Act. — This Act empowers the Pilot Commissioners 
of St. John's to spend accumulatedj funds of ^4,000 for purchase and 
equipment of a Steam Pilot boat, and makes an addition to present pilot- 
age rates of 10 per cent, to maintain said boat. 

Cap. 33. — Firemen's Qualification Act. — Under this Act all firemen or 
stokers for steam engines must be licensed after examination, to be con- 
ducted by the Boiler Inspector. Licenses to be of two classes, 1st and 2nd, 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1910. 30&' 

Oil.'-AYRE Sl sons, Ltd. 

and granted free of charge and on)}- for one 3'ear. Holders of first class- 
licenses may act as engineer for any gteauier under twenty horse power. 
Persons acting as firemen before passing of Act to receive licenses without 
examination. 

Cap. 34. — An Act to Prohibit the Prosecution of the Labrador Fishery in- 
Steam Vessels. — The title of the Act is sufficiently explicit as to its enact- 
ment. 

Cap. 35. — Pension Act. — Under this Act the following receive pen- 
sions :— M. T. Knight, Secretary Public Works, ^800 ; Thomas Long, 
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Mines, $800 ; D. Cantwell, Light 
Keeper, Cape Spear, ^400 ; Thomas Haynes, Warden, Poor Asylum, $300 ; 
Giles Footes, Sub-Collector, Bell Island, $460.66 ; F. Densmore, Keeper 
Lunatic Asylum, $200 ; William Go.sse, Road Inspector, $300 ; Josiah 
Garland, Messenger, $233.33 ; Jonas Soper, Keeper St. Francis, $308 ; 
Mr«. T. W. Stabb, Telegraph Operator, $160 ; Dr. H. Shea, Physician 
General Hospital, $1,800 ; William Day, Light Keeper, Dodding Head, 
9220 ; J. P. Janes, Tidewaiter, Customs, $260 ; J. W. Moulton, Tide- 
waiter, Customs, ^260 ; J. A. Butler, Tidewaiter, Customs, ^260 ; J. 
Bindon, Boatman, Customs, $320 ; E. Lewis, Boatman, Customs, j^280. 

Cap. 36. — Customs'' .4 rt— This Act repeals section 108 of the Customs' 
Act (relating to coastwi>e vessels reporting), and from section 230 strikes 
out words limiting penalties. 

Cap. 37. — Revenue Ad. — This Act makes certain alterations in the 
Tariff (they are included in the Tariff printed at the end of this book). 

Cap. 38. — Loa^i Act.- This Act autliorizes the raising by loan of 
$400,000 for the following services :— School buildings, $100,000 ; New- 
Poor Asylum, $150,000 ; Erection of Lighthouses, Fog Alarms, and exten- 
eion of Marconi System, $130,000; Purchase of Dredge, $50,000. 

Cap. 39. — Railway Loan Act. — For tlie construction of the Branch 
Railways provided for in Cap. 12, the Government by thi.s Act is autho- 
rized to raise by loan £800,000 stg., at 3 per cent, interest, and to make 
such financial arrangements as to entitle the Bonds to come under the 
provisions of "The Colonial Stock Acts, 1877 to 1900." 

Cap. 40. — Public Service Act. — This is the usual appropriation Act 
for the Civil Service and Public Works of the Colony for 1910-11, 
and Supplemental Votes for 1909-10. The total appropriations amount- 
to $1,952,201.03. 



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314 



Table of Distances. 



Zonophones and Records. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



Table of Distances. 

CARBONEAK TO 



67*. 


Car 


bouear. 


82* 


15 


New Peilicau. 


115i 


48 


33 Trinity, by water. 


133* 


68 


51 18 Uataliiia. 


143i 


78 


61 -28 1 10 Bouavista 



12 
15 
24 
40 
46 



Heart's Content. 
3 New Perlican. 
12 j 9 Rant's Harbor. 
28 1 25 I 16 Old Perlicau. 
34| 31 22 16 Grate's Cove. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 

7 Torbay. 
10 3 Flatrock. 
18 11 
21 14 



8 Pencil Cove. [St. Francis. 
11 I 3 Biscayan Coi'e, Cape 



ST. JOHN'S TO 

Oi Portugal Cove, 
n IJ Beachy Cove. 
14 4i! 3 Broad Cove. 
17 I 7*! 6 I 3 Horse Cove. 
20 il Oil 9 I 6 I 3 Topsail. 



ST. 


JOHN'S 'J 


['(J 










19 Bay Bulls. 


21S 2| Witless Bay. 


23f 


4| 


2 Mobile. 


26§ 


7f 


5 3 Toad's Cove. 


30i 


m 


8* 


6* 


34 La Manclic. 


38 


19 


16i 


IH 


IH 


7s Cape Broyle. 


42 


23 


20i 


m 


Ui 


Ill 


4 Caplin Bay. 


44^ 


25^ 


2'>? 


20^ 


17S 


14i 


6-Ji 2^ Ferryland. 


48 


29 


26i 


24i 


2U 


17S 


10 6 ! 3^ Aquaforte. 


51 


32 


29i 


27i 


24i 


20s 


13 9 , 6^i 3 Fermeuse. 


54i 


35i 


32i 


30* 


27i 


24 


16j: 12^1 9|| 6i 


3J Eenews. [iugcou'try 


8U 


62| 


59i 


57 i 


54i 


51 


43i 39i 36|) 33 J 


30i 1 27 Trepassey, cross- 



3T. JOHN'S TO 








54i Eenc^ys Bridj^e. 


55S 


1^ Quinton's House. 


59| 


54 , 4 Broad Cove. 


61i 


t 


5| 1^ Mahony's House. 


671 


13* 


12 


8 


64 Chance Cove. 


811 


27* 


26 


22 


20^1 14 Portugal Cove. 


841 


30* 


29 


25 


234' 17 


3 Biscay. 


88| 


344 


33 


29 


274 21 


7 1 4 Trepassey Road 



(By Shoke Ko.\p). 



Ocean Distances. — Time Table. 



815 



JIYRE A SONS, Ltd. 



Approximate Ocean Distances from Cape Spear. 



To Boston 


.. 885 miles. 


To Demerara . . 




.. 2,450 miles 


" Bermuda ... 


.. 1,070 


a 




Glasgow . . 




.. 1,844 " 


" Barbadoes ... 


.. 2,098 


u 




Gibraltar . . 




.. 2,124 " 


" Bahia 


.. 3,711 


u 




Halifax .. 




.. 488 " 


« Bristol 


.. 1,960 


a 




Lisbon 




.. 1,973 " 


" Bordeaux ... 


.. 2,173 


u 




Liverpool .. 




.. 1,921 " 


" Cape Clear 


.. 1,691 


a 




London 




.. 2,060 " 


" Cadiz 


.. 2,161 


a 




Sandy Hook 




.. 1,213 " 


Difference of Time 1 


jetween St 


. Joh 


n's, 


Nfld., and the following places : 












h. m. 


AmstenUuu 










... 3 51 Fast. 


Bombay 








... 


... 8 23 " 


Barbadoes 










... 27 Slow. 


Baltimore 










... 1 35 " 


Boston 










... 1 13 " 


-ClmrlottetoM-n, P. E. 


Island 






... 


... 42 " 


Cadiz 










... 3 9 Fast. 


Publin 










... 3 6" 


Edinburgli 










... 3 18 " 


Oenoa 










... 4 7" 


Gibraltar 










... 3 10 " 


-Greenwicli 










... 3 31 " 


Halifax, Nova Scotia 










... 43 Slow. 


Hambui'g 










... 4 11 Fast. 


Lisbon 










... 2 54 " 


Montreal 










... 1 23 Slow. 


Madrid 




, , 






... 3 17 Fast. 


Malta 










... 2 33 " 


New Orleans 










... 2 29 Slow. 


New York 




,, 






... 1 24 " 


Naples 




., 






... 4 28 Fast. 


Portland, Me. 




.. 






... 1 10 Slow. 


Philadelphia 




.. 






... 1 30 " 


Quebec 




.. 




... 


... 1 13 " 


Rome 




.. 




... 


... 4 21 Fast. 


St. John's, Newfounc 


iland '. 








... 00 at 12, nooK 


St. John, N. B. 




,, 






... 47 Slow. 


San Francisco 




.. 






... 4 39 " 


St. Jago de Cuba .. 








... 


... 1 32 " 


Toronto 




.. 




... 


... 1 47 " 


Washington 




-• 






... 1 


37 " 



316 



Latitudes and Longitudes, Newfoundland. 



Pathe Gramaphones and Records.- 



Latitudes and Longitudes of the principal Harbors, Headlands, &c. 
the Coast of Newfoundland. 



on 



Places. 



Cape Noiniau Liglit 

Cape Baiiltl 

Cape St. John, Gull Isbiiui 

Toulinguet Island, W. Island East Side 

Offer Wadliam Light 

Kiink Island 

i'ogo Island, Seldom-Couie-By Harbor 

Cape Freels, (lull Islan<l 

Greenspond Island 

Cape Bonavisla Liglit 

</ataliiia Harlioi', Green Island Light 

Trinity Harbor, Church 

Heart's Content, Church 

Old Perlican, Clinrch 

Badialieu Island, Northern Point Light 

Carbonear Island Light 

Harbcr Grace Island Light 

Bay Hobeit'i, Green Point ... 

Brigus, North Head 

Cape St. ';' ^oicis 

St. Jolin'^ Harbor, Fort Amherjit Light 

Cape Spear Light 

Ferry land Head 

Cape R<ice Light 

Virgin Rocks (on (irainl Bank) 

Ca)X' Pine 

Cape St. Mary's Light 

Placentia Harlior Entrance 

Bniin, Dodding Head Light 

St. Pierre Island, Galantry Head Light 

Aliquclon Hoad, Anchorage... 

Fortune Bay, Burnt Island Liglit 

Burgeo Islands, Large Island, S. E. End 

Port-au-Basque, Channel Chu7-ch 

Cape Ray Light ... 

Codroy Roads, Beach Point 

Cape St. George, Jiei\ Island, near ... 

Bay of Islands, Lark Harbor, Low Point 

Cow Head, N. W. Point ... 

Point Rich Light ... 

St. John's Harbor, North Point of Sesostris Bay 

Green Island 



Lat. N. I Long. W. 



b\ 38 


55 53 40 


51 38 50 


55 25 


49 59 •2U 


55 21 


49 39 30 


54 46 10 


49 35 40 


' 53 45 


49 45 30 


53 10 40 


49 36 50 


54 12 


49 15 20 


53 25 10 


49 4 20 


53 33 40 


48 42 


53 5 10 


48 30 15 


53 2 40 


48 22 4 


53 21 33 


47 52 35 


53 22 14 


48 4 47 


53 6 


48 8 51 


52 47 50 


47 44 24 


53 9 22 


47 42 45 


53 8 11 


47 36 40 


53 10 15 


47 32 54 


53 10 35 


47 48 30 


52 48 


47 33 54 


52 40 18 


47 31 11 


52 36 59 


47 58 


.52 51 6 


46 39 24 


53 4 20 


46 26 20 


50 52 30 


46 37 4 


53 31 45 


46 49 30 


54 11 34 


47 15 j 


54 3 


47 26 i 


55 8 40 


46 46 3 


56 9 7 


47 6 


56 21 <» 


47 15 32 


55 51 51 > 


47 36 30 


57 36 10 


47 33 66 ! 


59 7 33 


47 37 1 


59 18 


47 52 38 1 


59 23 47 


48 33 50 ' 


59 13 10 


49 2 45 i 


58 20 45 


49 55 20 


57 50 i> 


50 41 32 1 


67 24 48 


50 48 25 i 


57 13 10 


51 24 10 j 


56 33 45 



High and Loio Water. 



317 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



High and Low Water. 



Place. 



.St. Pierre 
Miqiielon Road 
•Great St. Lawrence Harbor 
Burin Harbor 
Little Placentia 
.-St. Mary's Harbor 
Placfutia 

Trepassey Harbor 
•Cape Race 
^Spaniard's Bay 
Harbor Grace 
■Carbonear 
Hearts Content 
Trinity Harbor 
Catalina Harbor ... 
Bona vista 
King's Cove 
Funk Island 
■Gander Bay 

Fogo Island, Fogo Harbor ... 
Seldom-Conie-By ... 
Change Island 
Fleur-(le-Lys Harbor 
Croc Harbor 
St. Anthony Harbor 
Brehat Harbor 
St. Lunalre Bay ... 
■Griguet Harbor 
Kirpon Harbor [North Coast] 
Sacred Bay [North Coast] ... 
St. John Haibor ... 
St. Barbe Harbor ... 
Old Feriole 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) 



High Water, 

Full 
and Change. 



h. m. 

8 33 

8 33 

8 30 

8 45 



58 
40 
30 


45 
25 
20 
33 
10 

25 
15 
? 
55 
20 
13 
20 
15 
30 
7 10 
7 
7 6 ? 
7 10 I 
7 5 
7 23 

10 40 
10 



ElSB. 



9^^f; 


10 


'41 


10 


3 


10 


37 


9 


15 


8 


55 


9 





8 


32 


8 


40 


8 


55 



Springs. | Nea)>s. 



Feet. 
4A 



318 



Tahle of Iviports, 1905-1906 to 1909-1910. 



Odeon Gramaphones and Records- 



Value of Imports of Newfoundland from each Country, Quinquennial' 

period 1905-6 to i909-'io. 





CODNTRY. 


1905-1906 


1906-1907 


1907-1908 


1908-1909 


1909 1910 




:z; 


1 


Austria 


«S28 


SI ,092 


$1,371 


.$269 


?1,594 


1 


•?. 


Australia 

Bavaria 




3 








? 


3 


72 
42,733 


459 
31,675 




^ 


4 


Belgium 


32,181 


47,204 


37,051 


4 


5 


Brazil 


2,693 


527 


5 


390 


22 


5 


6 


British West Indies . 


222,727 


286,617 


265,572 


314,293 


315,650 


6 


7 


Canada 


3,521,939 


3,669,098 


4,257,647 


3,937,009 


4,559,769 


7 


J* 


Ceylon 


42,925 


49,244 


74,224 


87,939 


78,826 


8 


q 


China 








465 
13,920 


437 
11,529 


f> 


10 


Denmark 


10,000 


307 


3,269 


10 


11 


Egypt 








146 
13,356 


174 
14,459 


11 


12 


France 


23,081 


17,975 


14,407 


12 


13 


Foreign W. Indies ... 


2,320 


1,896 


1,415 


703 


1,560 


13 


14 


Germany 


60,638 


31,259 


44,929 


73,329 


17,480 


14 


15 


Gibraltar 

Greece 


6 
23,697 




7 
42,863 


18 
24,316 


1 
24,148 


15 


16 


28,138 


16 


17 


Holland 


36,483 


33,497 


36,968 


26,571 


36,476 


17 


18 


India 


7,288 


5,239 


17,599 


7,192 


16,631 


IS 


19 


Italy 


1,450 


795 


1,216 


2,509 


2,518 


19 


20 


Japan 


285 


167 


747 


440 


535 


20 


'?! 


Madeira 






248 






21 


90; 


Mexico 










22 


•^s 


Malta 








280 

8,747 


250 
46,169 


23 


24 


Norway 


6,790 


6,417 


6,322 


24 


25 


Portugal 


25,957 


46,104 


22,938 


21,731 


30,367 


25 


•?.(> 


Russia 
Spain 


4,066 
113,841 


2,328 
75,322 


2,459 
133,582 






26 


27 


98,013 


81,077 


27 


23 


St. Pierre 


11,074 


7,360 


12,979 


8,185 


7,837 


28 


•29 


South Africa 






70 
2,225 






29- 


30 


Sweden 


2,611 


2,953 


2,862 


3,313 


30 


31 


Switzerland 


1,006 


205 


1,550 


1,105 


240 


31 


32 


Turkey 








65 
2,493,670 
4,232,680 




R"? 


33 
34 


United Kingdom ... 
United States 


2,651,196 
3,609,192 


2,669,934 
3,447,359 


2,668,802 
3,859,892 


2,940,401 
4,571,192 


33 
34 


10,414,274 


10,426,040 


11,516,111 


11,402,337 


12,799,696 





TaUe of Exports, 1905 -1006 to 1909-1910. 31» 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



Value of Exports of Newfoundland to each Country, Quinquennial 
Period 1905-1906 to i909-'io. 



Country. 



1905-1906 



1906-1907 1907-1908 



1908-1909 



1909-1910 \o 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 



Algeria 

Argentine Republ ; 
Australian Com- "I 

moiiwealth / ' 
Austria 



Belgium 

Brazil 

British W. Indies . 

Buenos Ayres 

Canada 

Cape Colony... 

Ceylon 

China 

Colombia 

Costa Ri(-a ... 

Denmark 

Egypt 

Frauee 
ISlForeign W. Indies 
19:Gerniaiiy 
20, Gibraltar 
21 j Hawaii 



22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 
28 



Greece 

Holland 

Honduras 

India ... 

Italy ... 

Madeira 

Malta 



29 Mauritius 



30 



Montevideo 



31 Norway 

32 Panama 

33 Portugal 

34 Spain 

35: St. Pierre ... 

36 Sweden 

37 United Kingdom 
38i United States 



.$6,208 

435 1 

21,045 

l,849,082j 

417,147 

92,829 

1,777,169 

125 



8,933 

7,337 

29,061! 

13,863' 

r25,06t; 

115,783 

236,481! 

1,100! 

264,4581 

227,3981 

132! 



1,226 813 

6,526 

13,684 



1.847.4631 

'806,673! 

8,2021 

l,650l 

1,662,612 

1,278,997; 



gll50 



5,559 

2,002 

102,883 

2.063,444 

430,462 

149,940 

1,611,480 

80 



2,675 

6,896 

16,932 

6 

4,078 

90,921 

189,662 



170,885 

146.809 

■570 

80 

1,331,518 

23,060 

14,983 

870 

600 



442 

1,841,968 

994,303 

9,506 

1,333 

1,492,795 

1,394,269 



12,086,2761 12,101.161 



$226 



9,329 

5,044 

12,376 

2,017,805 

422.715 

128,550 

1,863,784 

5 

80 

100 

1,554 

13,850 

4,015 



51,370 

85,213 

294,159 



200,934 

150,702 

326 



1,200,150 

19,721 

30,464 

440 

528 



334 

1,733,346 

1,174 196 

7,316 



1,209,428 
1 177,709 



$24,991 

5,613. 

462' 

35,859 

1,719,082 

437,711 



I 
81,020j 1 

2 

3 

4 

5. 

6 



68,700; 

11.571'; 

693 

47,381 

2,100,691 

4.56,728 



1,542,090 



80 

445i 

4,041 

4.630 

6.902 



1,454,314 



80 



739 
4,437 
1,450 



3,733 

175,686 

172,847 

80 



I 
8 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 



216,856 
148,514 



375,316 
127,571 



1,448,163 

8,996 

26,928 



3,266 

1,590,184 

986,641 

9,858 

850 

1,426,229 

848,176 



4,781 

92,89918 

264,137 19 

173 20 

21 

22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
86 
37 
38 



1,198,019 
21,864 

17,824 



640 

3,758 

1,693,798 

883,539 

4,526 

800 

1,824,235 

1,163,313 



11,815,769 10,848,918 11,824,997 



320 



Table of Imports. 



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326 Population of Nfld., 1901 — Factories, Mills, &c. 



Up 


-to-daie Milinery, Mantles and 


Population of Newfoundland according to Denomination, Census of 1901. 


District. 


1 i 
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St. Barbe 


1 

.. 3,651 


2,066 


2,215 


13 


189 


Twillingale 


.. 3,630 


1,912 


11,742 


41 


2,128 


Foso 


.. 2,927 
.. 9,182 ' 


1,225 
3,161 


3,306 
7,205 




112 



Bonavista 


16 


999 


Trinity 


..| 10,294 


1,589 


7,783 


38 


991 


Bay-tie- Veiile 
Carbonear 


..1 530 , 


2,168 
1,420 


7,104 

2,548 




25 


.:• 883 


6 


167 


Harbor Grace 


.. 7,491 


2,838 


1,813 


119 


410 


Port-cle-Grave 


.. 2,776 1 


1,818 


2,692 


4 


155 


Harbor Main 


••; 2,321 i 


6,903 


247 


7 


22 


St. John's East ... 


..' 5,549 


11,478 


3,319 


671 


495 


St. John's West ... 


.. 4,017 


10,098 


3,418 


391 


559 


Ferry land 


..! 147 1 


5,546 


2 


2 




Placentia ... 


..! 1,923 i 


12,230 


881 


21 


139 


Burin 


..1 1,887 i 


3,394 


4,454 


1 


666 


Fortune ... 


.. 5,876 
.. 5,500 : 


2,037 
212 


225 
1,267 




G24 


Burgeo and La Poile 


11 


21 


St. George 


.. 3,886 1 


5,562 


479 


157 


16 


Labrador ... 


..[ 1,538 


332 


688 


5 


1,384 


Total 


.. 73,008 1 


75,989 


61,388 


1,497 


9,102 


Factories, Mills 


, &c., in N 


ewfoundl 


md, Cens 


us of 190 


I. 


No. of Saw Mills 


191 


Value 


f above F 


actories S 


1,299,400 


" Tanneries 


6 


" 


Goods p 


roduced 


2,055,264 


" Breweries and D 


istilleries 3 


No. of 1 


lands em; 


aloyed.. 


3,865 


" Iron Foundries 


1 


" ] 


jobster F 


actories 


1,469 


" Bakeries ... 


7 


" 1 


lersons en 


1 ployed 


6,484 


" Furniture Factor 


ies ... 10 


Value 


f Lobster 


Fact's . 


92,144 


" Other Factories 


71 


Xo. case 


s Lobster 


3 1901. 


38,017 


Agricultural Stock and 


Produce, & 


c, in Ne 


wfoundlar 


id. Census 


5 of 1901. 


Acres Improved Land 


... 95,867 


Turnips 


—brls. 




65,298 


" in Pasture ... 


... 35,133 


Horses 


■ . < 


• > • ■ . 


8,851 


Wheat and Barley — bus 


lels 824 


Milch C 


ows... 




14,135 


Oats — bushels 


... 10,773 


1 Other E 


'orned Ca 


ttle 


1 8,607 


Hay — tons 


... 53,883 


; Sheep 




... 


78,025 


Potatoes — brls. 


... 541,766 


; Swine 


... 


... 


34,547 


Fov 


•I 




207,251 







Population per District — Fishing Stock. 



327 



Jackets.- 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]. 





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St. Barbe 


4,309 


1 

3,825 


8,134 


Bonne Bay 


1,137 


Twillingate 


10,135 


9,318 


19,453 


Twillingate 

Tilt Cove 


3,542 
1,370 


Fogo 


3,998 


3,572 


7,570 

1 


Fogo 

Change Island ... 


1,118 
1,067 


Bonavista 


10,768 


9,789 


20,557 


Bonavista 

Greenspond 


3,696 
1,353 


Trinity 


10,842 


9,853 


20,694 


Trinity 

Heart's Content... 


1,459 
1,075 


Bay-de-Verde ... 


5,101 


4,726 


9,827 


Western Bay 


965 


Caibonear 


2,499 


2,525 


5,024 


Carbonear 


3,703 


Harbor Grace ... 


G,420 


6,251 


12,671 


Harbor Grace ... 
Bay Roberts 


5,184 

2,226 


Port-de-Grave . . . 


3,815 


3,630 


7,445 


BiiS"s 


1,162 


Harbor Main 


4,920 


4,580 


9,500 


Harbor Main 
Conception Har. .. 


798 
932 


St. Jobii's East ... 


10,393 


11,119 


21,512 


\ St. John's 
/Torbay 


29,594 


St. John's West... 


8,876 


9,607 


18,483 


1,495 


Ferrvland 


2,940 


2,757 


5,697 


Ferrvland 


535 


Placentia 


7,938 


7,256 


15,194 


Great Placentia ... 


1,315 


Bm-in 


5,260 


5,142 


10,402 


Bnrin 

Grand Bank 


2,719 
1,427 


Fortune 


4,603 


4,159 


8,762 


Harbor Briton ... 


763 


Burgeo & La Poile 


1 3,706 


: 3,305 


7,011 


Channel 


1,280 


St. George 


4,788 


4,312 


9,100 


St. George . . . . 
Codrov 


1,409 
532 


Labrador 


Sex not 


igiven. 


3,947 


Battle Harbor ... 


89 


Total 


111,311 


i 105,726 


220,984 





Newfoundland Fishing Stock (Compiled from Census of 1901). 

Sailing Vessels from 60 tons 

upwards ... ... ... 204 

Nets and Seines 34,915 

Cod Traps 4,055 



Boats, 4 to 30 quintals ... 24,342 
Boats, 30 qtls. and upwards 1,350 



Sailing Vessels from 20 to 60 



tons 



1,424 



Labrador. 



Boats from 4 to 30 quintals . 
Boats from 30 quintals up- 
wards 

Cod Traps 



706 



59 



Sailing Vessels from 20 to 

60 tons 

Nets and Seines 
126 



9 
1,649 



328 Neivfoundland Customs Tariff. 

Celebrated *' Cravenette ^ Raincoats 

NEWFOUNDLAND CUSTOMS' TARIFF. 

[(II'FIOIALLV COiaiECTEll. J 

Under the iSanclion of the Hon. MiniMer of Finance. 
SCHEDULE A. 

L Aerated Waters of all descriptioas, and uoa-alcoholii; drinks 

not to include natural Mineral M'aters — ad val 40 ji.c. 

2. Acids, Muriatic and Nitric, and all mixed or otlier Acids, 
N.E.S. ; Sulphuric Ether, Chloroforni and Solutions of 
Peroxides of Hydr<),!,'en ; Ceresene, Cliloro di Nitro, Ben- 
sole and Nitro Aninioiiia— ad val 35 p.c. 

:•!. Ale, Porter, and Beer, when im^iorted iu casks or otherwise 

than bottles — per j,'all SO 35 

When imported in bottles, six rei)uted ijuart or twelve repu- 
ted pint bottles to be held to contain one f,'allou — per gall. 4-0 

4. Anchovies, Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters, and 

all lish prepared, preserved or jiacked iu oil or otherwise, 
N.E.S. ; Fish, smoked or lioueless, X. U. I*. : 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 %\ 00 

Pigs under three montlis of age, aud lambs- eat'li 50 

G. Apples — per brl. 50 

7. Apples, dried — perlb. 02 

8. Asbestos, and all manufactures tliereof — ad val. 35 p. c. 

9. Barley, when imported for seed or for brewing purposes — ad 

val. 10 p.c. 

10. Batiis, Tubs and Washstands of earthenware; stoue, cement, 

clay, or of other material, N.E.S. — ad val. 49 p.c. 

n. ]}eans— per lb. i ct. 

12. Belting, of leather or other material, for machinery, including 

lacings or fustpners — ad val. 10 p.c. 

13. Bicycles and Triiycles, and parts thereof, N.E.S. — ad val.... 40 p.c, 

14. Billiard Tables and Bagatelle 2?oards and Tables, Cues, Balls, 

Cue Racks, Cue Tips, and Billiard Chalk— ad val. 40 p.c. 

15. Biscuits, namely : — 

Those known as Shi[i"s Biscuits— per cwt. ... .^O ].o 

Soda, Water, Butter and Pilot, and any biscuit of that de- 
scription, not sweetened — perlb. 02 

Biscuits and Bread, N.E.S. — ad val. 40 p.c. 

It}. Blocks for ships, and Block Sheaves, N.E.S. — ad val 40 p.c. 

17. Block .s for ships, and Block Sheaves of galvanized iron, N.O. P. 

—ad val 30 p.c. 



JVewfoundland Customs' Tari^. 329 



for Ladies.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



30 


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20 


p.c. 


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18. Brick, stock or common, per M., $2.50 aad ad val 

Brick — Facing and Fire — ad val. 

19. Brin, known as bread-bag brin, when imported by local man- 

ufacturers, in which to eaclose their manufactures — ad val. 

20. BroOms and Whisks of corn — ad val. 

21. Broom Handles — ad val. ... 

22. Brushes, X.E.S.— ad val. ... 

23. Butter— per lb. 

24. Butteriae. Oleomargarine, or other similar substitutes for 

Butter — per lb. 

2.5. Cabbage, 1st May to 3Ist July, both inclusive- -jier lb 

Cabbage, 1st August to 30th April, both inclusive — per lb.... 

26. Cabinet Wares, namely ; — 

House, Oliice, Cabinet or Store Furniture, of wooii, iron, or 
other material, in parts or iinished : Blinds, of wood, metal 
or other material, not textile or paper, Window Shades or 
Blind Rollers, Window Cornices and Cornice Poles of all 
kinds ; Show Cases and metal parts thereof — ad val. ... 40 p.c, 

27. Cake, N.E.S.— perlb. 07 

28. Candles— per lb. 03 

29. Canoes, Ships' Boats, Skitts, open or decked i)leHsure Sail 

Boats of any material. Boats or launches propelled by elec- 
tricity or other mechanical power, and Steam Launches -- 

ad val. 35 p.c. 

(a) Ships and other vessels built in any foreign country, whe- 
ther steam or sail vessels, on the fair market value of the 
hull, rigging, boilers, steam engines and other machinery, 
and all appurtenances, N.E.S. 5 p.c. 

30. Cans, imported in a manufactured state for putting up her- 

metically sealed goods, including the package or cases in 

which they are imported —ad val. 40 p.c. 

31. Canvas, of hemp, cotton or Hax, known as sail or tarpaulin 

canvas, of the weight of six oz. cotton duck and upwards, 

uot including Cotton drill — ad val. 5 p.c. 

When under the weight of six oz. cotton duck — ad val 35 p.c. 

33. Carriages, viz. :-- 

Carriages, Express and other Waggons, Buggies, Carts and 
Sleighs, N.E.S., when costing at tlie ]iort of sliipuient not 
more than $50 each — $10 eai'h, and ad val. 40 |i.c. 

Wlien costing over $50 eacli, l)ut not exceeding $1()0 — $20 

each, and ad val. 40 | .c. 

Costing over $100 each — .$3(J 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 carriage 
parts, Steel Tires, Sleigh Runners, N.E.S. ; Steps or Step 
pads — ad val. 50 p.c. 

Wheelbarrows, Handbarrows, Stand Carts, Trucks, Trollies, 

or Samsons — ad val. 75 p.c. 

Wheels, readymade or part made — that is with sjiokes in 
luih — ad val. 35 p.c. 



330 Nevjfoundland Custoins' Tariff". 

Children's Dresses and Coats— London 

RuVjber Tires for carria^^es and ^loss for stuliing parts of 
carriages, when imported hy mannfactnrers of carriages 
— ad val 20 p. c. 

Wheel Spokes for velii< les and carriages, over 1^ inches ; 
Kims for wheel, all sizes ; Carriage Shafts, not trimmed ; 
Hubs for carriage wheels, or blocks to make such Hubs, 
>ip to 8 inches in diameter — ad val. 30 p. c. 

Wheel Spokes for vehicles and carriages, over 1:1 inches ; 
Carriage Shafts, trimmed or jiartly trimmed ; Hubs for 
vehicles, or blocks to make sucli Hubs, over M inches in 
diameter — ad val. 50 p. c. 

Wliitewood, Basswood, ^Vsh and Hickory, not planed or 
dressed wlieu imjiorted liy blockmakers, wheelwrights 
and carriage builders to be manufactured by them — ] er 
M. feet $2 00 

Bows for hoods, S))rings, Axles, Shafts and other C'li|)s, 
Bolts, Circles, Stamp- Joints and Ort'-Sets, Swing Hoods, 
Swing Kings and Plates, Spring Shackles, Felloe Fla^'es, 
-Vxle Boxes, S]iring Steel ; Carriage Trimmings, such as 
Tufts, 'J'acks, Wliip Sockets, l.ace. Shaft Tips, Swing 
Knds, Silver Headings and t'arriage 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. Cask Staves (second hand), to make casks of 45 gallons and 

up — per 120 

To make Casks under 45 gallons — per 120 

35. Cast Iron Pipes — ad val. 

36. Cement, viz. : — 

I'ortland, Kouian and Hydraulic. Water, Lime and Iron 
Oxide, in bags, barrels or casks — ad val. ... 25 p.c. 

37. Cheese — per lb 3i cts. 

38. Chemicals, when imported by manufacturers of iiiKtilies for 

manufacturing matches— ad val. 20 p.c. 

39. Chewing Gums of all kinds — ad val. 40 p.c. 

40. Chicory — raw or green — per lb. ... 2 cts. 

Kiln-dried, roasted or ground — per lb 3 cts. 

41. China and Porcelain Ware, also Earthenware and Stoneware, 

Crown or Colored, and Kockingham Ware, Whiie Granite, 
or Ironstone Ware, C. C. or Cream Colored Ware, deco- 
rated, printed or sponged, and all Earthenware, X.E.S. — 
ad val. 40p.c. 

42. Cider and Perry — per gallon 20 cts. 

43. Clocks, Watches, Watch Glasses, Clock and Watch Keys, 

Clock and Watch Movements and parts — ad val 35 p.c. 



$ 50 
1 50 


I 40 

25 

60 p.c. 


8 6 00 
1 50 


35 p.c. 



Neivfoundland Customs' -Tarilf 33 1 



Styles.-AYRE & SONS, Ltd. 



44. Coal, known as Anthracite, when brought into or imported 

into the port of St. John's— per ton $ 1 00 

All other descriptions of Coal, N.E.S., when brought into or 

imported into the port of St. .John's — per ton 70 

When imported or brought into any other port or jdace in 

this Colony — per ton 50 

45. Codfish, Haddock, Hake and Ling, N.O P. — per (jtl 1 50 

46. Coffee — green — per lb. 05 

Coffee — roasted or ground — per lb. 07 

I^reparations or mixtures to resemble Coffee — jier lb 07 

l^Lxtract of or substitutes of all kinds — ad val. ... 30 p.c. 

47. Combs of all kinds, and Curry Cards — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

48. Confectioners Ornaments — ad val. 80 p.c 

49. Confectionery of all kinds, N.E.S., including Sugar Candy, 

Almond Paste (when imported by Confectioners), Sweet- 
ened Gums (excepting Gums known as Chewing Gums), 

and Pop Corn — per 100 lbs $ 6 50 

(.'onfectionery when imported in fancy packages, including 

the value of the package — ad val. 40 p.c. 

50. Cordage of all kinds, X.E.S.— per lb. U cts. 

Clothes Lines, Window Cords, and such like, when plaited — 

ad val. 40 p.c. 

51. Cork, Corkwood, Stopjiers for P)Ottles, and Cauxas and Glass 
Buoys for fishing nets — ad val. 10 |).c. 

Cotton Fabrics of every descriy)tion, and manufactures and 

jiroductions of Cotton, N.E.S. -ad val 35 p.c 



.-.i 



53. Dry Goods, viz. : — 

Blankets, Quilts, Counterpanes and other Bed covers, 
X.E.S. ; Carpeting, Rugs, ]Mats and Matting of cocoa, 
straw, hemp or jute, Turkish or Imitation Turkish Car- 
pets or Carpeting, and Kugs and Mats of all kinds, and 
Floor, Shelf, Stair, Enamelled and Table Oil Cloth, Lin- 
oleum and Cork Matting or Cork Carpets ; Damasks 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 ; Fabrics or Clothing which have 
been exported to be dyed, cleaned, altered or made up, 
when re-imported ; Gloves and Mitts of all kinds, X.E.S. ; 
Shawls of all kinds ; Railway or Travelling Rugs, and 
Lap Dusters of all kinds ; Umbrellas and Parasols of 
every description : liraces or Suspenders ; Woven or 
Knitted Shirts and Drawers ; Cardigan .Jackets and 
Guernseys ; Socks and Stoc^kings of all kinds, N.E.S. ; 
Manufactures of Hemji, Flax or Jute, N.E.S. ; or Flax, 
Hemp and Jute combined, N.E.S., and Bags or Sacks 
made up of Jute, Hemp, Linen or Cloth, including seam- 
less Bags — ad val. 35 p.c. 

54. Diving apparatus — ad val 10 p.c. 

5'>. Dories and Dory Oars— ad val. ... 20 p c. 

56. Drain Pipes, Sewer Pipes, Chimney Linings or Vents, Chim- 
ney Tops and inverted Blocks, glazed or unglazed Earth- 



332 Neiufoundland Ciistoms' Tariff. 

'Forest Mills' and ' Wolsley ' 

enware Tiles, Stove Linings, and jManufactures of (Jlay or 
Cement, and Crocks, Jars, Churns and Demijolius of Stone- 
ware or Earthenware — ad val. ... 30 p. c. 

57. Eggs — per doz 5 cts. 

58. Explosives, viz. : — 

Cannon, Musket, Kifle, (inn, and Sporting Powder, Canis- 
ter Powder, (iiant Powder, Nitro, and otiier explosives, 
X.O.P. — ad val. 35 ji.c. 

,")!1. l"'an<^y Wares, viz. : 

Fancy ^^ ritiag Desks, Fancy Cases for .lewellery, Silver- 
ware, \\'iitclies, i'lateware and Cutlery : lilove, Haud- 
kercliief and Collar Hoxes and Cases ; Hrusli or Toilet 
Cases, and all Fancy Cases for similar fancy articles of 
any material ; Fans, Dolls and Toys of all kiuds, in(dud- 
ing Children's Sleds and Carriages ; Ornameul-^ of Ala- 
baster, Spar, Amber, Terracotta or Composition, Statn- 
etts, Bead ()ruaments and Paper Mache ^^"al■t> ; Ham- 
mocks, Lawn Tennis Nets, Sportsmen's Fish Nc's, and 
otlier articles manufactured of twine, and N.K S.; Magic 
Lanterns and Slides therefor; Philosophical, Photog- 
raphic, Mathematical and Optical Instruments, N.E.S. ; 
Cyclometers, Pedometers, Tapelines of any material, 
and Photographic Dry Plates — ad val 40 p. c. 

60. Feathers — per Ih lets. 

61. Findings fer Boots and Shoes, viz. .- — 

Counters, Pegs and Pegwood, Box-toe Tips, Steel and 
Wooden Shanks, Lasts, Patterns, Heel-plates and Crimp 
Irons, Eyelets and Boot Hooks — ad val. '... 25 p.c. 

62. Fireworks of all kinds, including Torpedoes and Firecrackers 

— ad val. 4 1 p.c. 

63. Flagstones, and all other Building Stone, undressed, X.E.S.. 

and Flagstones, Freestone, Sandstone, and all Building 
Stone, not hammered or dressed, X.E.S. ; and ^larble 
(Granite, and Freestone, sawn only, X.E.S. ; and Marble 
and Granite, rough, and not hammered or dressed — ad val. 3 J p.c. 

64. Flannels, Serges, X.E.S. ; Swanskins and Kerseys —ad val... 3.") p.c. 
6.'). Forgings of Iron and Steel, of whatever shajie or size, or in 

whatever stage or manufacture, when weighing under Kve 

rwt. and over 60 Ujs., X.E.S. -ad val 30 p.c. 

When weighing five cwt. and over —ad val 10 p.c 

66. Freestone, Marble and Granite, X.E.S., and all manufactures 

of ^larble. Freestone or Granite, X.E.S — ad val. 50 p.c. 

67. Fruit.s, viz. .- — 

Uranges, Lemons, Limes, Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Black- 
barries, Gooseberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Plums, 
Cherries, <Juinces, Damsons, Bananas, Plantains, Pine- 
apples, Pomegranates, Guava, ^langoes, Shaddocks, and 
other Green Fruit : and F'ruit Pulp when imported by 
liakers to be used in the manufactures of Fancy Biscuits 
—ad val. ■ 15 p.c, 



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Dried Raisins, Cvirrants, Prunes, Apricots, Dates, Nectari- 
nes, Candied Peel, Citron, Figs, and other dried, candied 
or dessicated fruit— per lb. 3 cts. 

Pruit in air-tight cans or other pa kages, including Preser- 
ved (Tinger— ad val. 35 p. c. 

Fraits preserved iu brandy and other spi.-its — ad val. . ... 40 p.e. 
6S. Fur Gloves, Mitts, Coats, Jackets, Capes, Hats, Caps, Mufifs, 

Stoles, Kobes, and all other manufactures of Fur — ad val. 4.5 p.e. 

fi9. (ilassware, viz. : - 

Common Colorless Window Glass— ad val 30 jlc. 

,\11 other kinds of Glass and Glassware. N.E.S., including 
Silvered (ilass, framed or not framed, Spectacles and Eye- 
glasses, and frames and metal parts thereof— ad val 4U p.e. 

li;m[ity bottles, when imported by uianufacturers to be used 
in putting up the goods manufactured by them — ad val... 30 p.e. 

70. Gold, Silver, and Alluminum Leaf, Dutch or Schlag Metal 
. Leaf, I5rocaiie and P.ron/e Powders, and (lold Li(|uid Paint 

— ad val. .. 35 p.e. 

71. Grindstones, Scythe and other Slrirpening Stones — ad val.... 30 p.e. 

72. Groceries, viz. : — 

Buikwheat, I'uckwheat Meal and Flour of similar cereal, 

N.E.S. -])er U). let. 

Cocoa, Shells and Nibs, Chocolat- , and other preparations of 

Cocoa — ad val., 30 percent. ; |)er lb •_' cts. 

.(elly Powders, Jelly Tablets, Calves feet. Jelly, and such 
like preparations, N.E.S. ; (ilucose ; Honey in Comb or 
otherwise, and imitations thereof ; Lime Juice and other 
Fruit Syrups and Fruit Juices, N.E.S. ; and Crystals and 
Powders for making lemonade and similar beverages ; 
Maple Sugar, Maple Syrup, Syrups and Molasses of all 
kinds, N.E.S. ; the product of SugaiCaneor lieet, N.E.S., 
and all imitations thereof ; Canned Poultry and Game, Ex- 
tracts of Meat. Fluid Beef (not meiiicated), Bovril, Bovril 
^^ ine, and simihir Extracts, ami Soups ; KolledGats, Fari- 
na, ('oruHour, and similar prejiarations of cereals, N.E.S., 
when put up in pa('kages of less weight t an "iS lbs. ; Olive 
( )il or Salad Oil, iu bottles : Kice and Sago Flour, Sago 
and Tapioca ; Spice of all kinds. Ginger, Nutmegs, Mace, 
(faraway 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 ; Pickles, Sauces and Catsups, including Soy ; Vege- 
tables, in air-tight cans or similar packages ; Yeast Cakes, 
("ompressed Yeast and Baking Powders, and all Groceries, 
N.E.S. — ad val. 3,t |i.c. 

73. Hair Cloth of all kinds ; Hair, Spring, and other [Mattresses: 

Hair Bolsters and Pillows and L^elt (pressed) of all kinds — 

ad val. 30 p.e. 

74. Hats, Caps and Bonnets of any material, N.E.S., and Hat, 

Cap and Bonnet Shapes— ad val, 40 p.e. 



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75. Hardware, viz. : — 

(a) Adzes, Axes, Cleavers, Hat' hets, Saws, Wedges, Sledges, 
Hammers, Crow Bars, Cant Dogs, Track Tools, Picks and 
Eyes, or Poles for same, Ax-handles, Anvils, ^'ises, Files 
and Ka8]is, Carpenters" Rules, Mallets and (ianges. Shovels 
and Spades, of iron or steel, Smichs' ISellows, Diamonds 
for (ilaziers' use. Ice Saws, I e 1 'loughs ; Splitting, Sheath, 
Shoe, Butchers', Farriers', Putty, Glaziers', and Paint 
Knives ; Edged Tools of all Muds for hand or machine use, 
inclniling Shoemakers' aii<i Tiiismitlis' tools or bench ma- 
chines, X.E.S. — ad val. .. "Jo p.c 

ill) Knives, N.E.S., Shears, Scissors, Erasers, Manicure Files, 
Trimmers, Lam]) 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 ; 
t^oal Bo.\es, Coal Scoops, Coal Shovels, Fire Irons of all 
kinds. Safes and Doors fur Vaults, Strength-testing ma- 
chines of all kinds ; Bird, Parrot, S(iuirrel, and Bat or 
Muuse Cages, of wire or otlier material : Kat and Mouse 
Traps, Cash Registers, Carpet Sweepers, Fire Extinguish; 
ing Machines : Trawls, Trawling Spoons, Fly Hooks, Sink- 
ers, Swivels, I'loats, and Sportsmen's Fishing liait, Fisli 
Hooks, and other .Vugler's re((uisites, X.E.S. ; (Jiins, 
RiHes, including Air (4uns and Air Ritles, not being toys : 
Muskets, Cannons, Pistols, Revolvers, or othti- lire-arms : 
Cartridge Cases, Cartridge Primers, Percussion Ca]>s, 
Wads, or other Ammunition. N,E.S. ; Bayonets. Swords, 
Fencing Foils and Masks, Gun or Pistol Covers or cases, 
Game Bags, Loading Tools and Cartridge Belts of any 
material : Signs of any material, framed or not ; Letters 
of any material, for sijjus or similar use ; Builders", Cabi- 
net-makers', Upholsterers", and Trunk-makers' Hardware, 
including Furniture Springs, Hinges and Locks, X.E.S. : 
(ias dieters, Lead Pipe, Lead Shot, Lead Bullets, and all 
Manufactures of Lead, X.E.S. ; Scales, Balances, Weigh- 
ing Beams and \\'eights ; Brass and Copper Xails, Tacks. 
Rivets, and Burs or ^^'ashers, Brass Pumps of all kinds, 
and (iarden or Lawn Sprinklers : Brass and Copper Wire, 
jdaiu, turned or plated : Bells and (iongs, and all Manu- 
factures of Brass and Coj>pei-. X.E.S. ; Wire of all kinds of 
metals, X.E.S. ; AVire Clotli or Woven Wire and Xetting 
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, X.E.S.; Wire 
Roije, X.E.S. ; Iron or Steel Xuts, Washers, Rivets, 
X.E.S. ; and Bolts, with or without threads, Xut-bolts. 
Hinge-blanks, X.E.S. Telephone and Telegraph Instru- 
ments. Electric and Galvanic Batteries; Lamps, Side- 
lights, Head-lights, Lanterns, (.'liandeliers. Gas, Goal or 
other oil fixtures or metal parts thereof, including Lava 
or other Tips, Burners, Collars, (ialleries, Shades and 
Shade holders ; Buckles of Iron, Steel, Brass or Co]i])er of 



liewfoundland Customs Tari_ff. 335 



' Ostermoor ' Mattresses. 



allkiads, N.E.8. (not being jewellry) ; Slide Shoes, N.E.S.; 
Stereotypes, Electrotypes and Celluloirts of Newsiiaiier 
Columns, and Bases for tl'.e same, composed wholly or par 
tially of metal or celluloid, aud Matrices or Copper Shells 
for same, N.U.I'. ; Curling Stones and littings 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 Ma. 

nufactures 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 Chains, Coil Chain Links, aud 

Chain Shackles ; Tin, in sheets and blocks, and Solder, 
N.E.S. ; Fish Hooks, not including hooks or tly-hooks for 
anglers ; Lead, in bars and sheets ; Wire Rope for rigging 
vessels ; Babbit metal, Tyjie tuetal, 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. 19 p.c. 

(d) Fencing of iron or steel — ad val. 40 p.c. 

(e) Boiler Kivets, Coopers' and Tinsmiths" Rivets, N. E. S. : 

Rivets and Patent Bushings for ships' blocks ; ^Nletal parts 
for Collins and Caskets ; Stamjied Tiu and Tin jiarts, used 
in the manufacture of Trunks, and Silver and Composition 
Metal for the manufacture of jewellery and plated ware — 
ad val. 20 p.c. 

76. Harness, including Horse Boots and Saddlery of every de- 

scription — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

Harness Findings, viz. : — 

Loops, Winkers, Eyes or Blinds, Metallic and Wood Find- 
ings for Harness making — ad val 25 p.c. 

77. Hay— per ton of 2,000 lbs. $3 00 

78 Herring, Salmon, Turbot, Halibut aud Mackerel, N. O. P. — 

perbrl. ........ 1 00 

79. Hoop Iron and Steel Strips for making hoops, N.E.S., in- 
cluding hoop iron and steel sirips punched, splayed or 

nosed, over 68 inches in length — ad val 5 p.c. 

HO. Hops— ad val 10 p.c. 

81. Indian or Corn Meal, when bolted or granulated, including 

duty on package — perbrl 20 cts. 

82. Indian Rubber Boots and Shoes, aud all manufactures in part 

or in whole of Indian Rubber or Guttapercha : Indian Rub- 
ber Clothing and Clothing made water-proof with Indian 
Rubber or like substance ; Rubber or Guttapercha Hose, 
and 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 Bars, or Rails of any form, punched 

or not ; Iron or Steel Fittings for Iron or Steel Pipe of any 
description- ad val. 30 p.c. 



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AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for 



85. Iron or Steel Bridges, or parts thereof ; Iron or Steel struc- 
tural work, Columns, Crirders, Shapes or Sections, to iu- 
<-lu(ie outside coverings for buildings, steel or metal shin- 
gles and (-eiling coverings ; Iron or Steel Pipe or Tubing, 
plain and galvanized, rivetted, corrugated, or otherwise 
specially manufactured, threaded and coupled or not- 
ad val. 20 p. c. 

Wrouglit Iron or Steel Tubing, ]ila'iJ or galvanized, threa- 
ded and (coupled or not — ad val. 10 \<.c. 

8(5. .lellies, .lams and Preserves, including duty on ordinary 

crocks and bottles, ad val. 35 jier cent. — ]ier reputed lb. ... 6 cts. 

57. .lewellery of all kinds, including ornamental Hat Pins, llair 

Pins, Helt or other Buckles, and similar ornamental arti- 
cles, known as .lewellery, N.E.S. ; all manufactures of 
(iold and Silver, N.E.S., and Sterling, and other Silver- 
ware, Ni(^kel-plated ware, Gilt or Electro-plated ware, 
w holly or in j)art, of all kinds ; manufactures of Britannia 
metal. Nickel, Silver, Nevada and German Silver, not 
plated, and manufactures of Aluminum. N.E.S. — ad val. . 40 p.c. 

58. Knife-brick, Knife-[)olisli and other metal polish or composi- 

tion for iiolisliing metal; Lamp Wicks; Shoe Blacking, 
Stove Polisii and Siioe Dressing, Washing Soda (Sodium 
( arbonate), and (anstic Potash and Lye — ad val 

59. Lard, Lard Compound and similar substances, Cottoline and 

Stearine of all kinds, N.E.S. — ad val 

90. Leather, viz. : — 

Leatlier, known as " sole leather'" — ad val. 

Rough, Split, Undressed Leather, when imported by Tan- 
ners for dressing— ad val. 

Rough, I'ndressed Leather, when imported by Tanners for 
further dressing — per lb 

Glove-grain, Boot-grain, Oil-grain, Butf, Split, Imitation 
(4oat, Polished Peblile and Waxed Calf Leather, when bark 
tanned — ad val. 

All other Ipjier Leathers, N.E.S., and Japanned, Patent 
or Enamelled Leather- -ad val. 

Ha.ness Leather, N.E.S., Chamois Skins and ^Morocco Lea- 
ther, N.O. P.— ad val. 

i<eather hoard, Leatheroid, and manufactures thereof, N.E.S. 
— ad val. 

91. Leatherware, viz. ; — 

Boots, Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters, or Leggings of Leather 

Leatheroid or other material — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

92. Lime (o.xide of calcium)— (100 lbs. to the bush.)— per bushel. 15 

93. Lime .Juices and Fruit Juices, M-hen fortilied with or contain- 

ing not more than 25 per cent, of proof spirits — per gall.... 60 
And when containing more than 25 per cent, of proof spirits 

per gall. ... 2 oo 

04. Limestone — per ton 50 



36 p. c, 


30 p.c 


20 p.c, 


20 p.c. 


3 cts 


30 p.c. 


20 p.c 


25 p.c, 


30 p.c. 



Newfoundland Cmlums 7'uriff' 337 



'Century' Washing Machines. 



i)5. Locomotives and Tenders : Boilers tor r,oconiotives ; Railway 
and Tram Cars of all descriptions, and tiieir compojieut 
parts; Railway Fish I'lates, Switches, Frogs, Crossiugand 
Intersections for Railways, Autoniuhiles and other similiir 
motor vehicles —ad val. ... 30 p. c^ 

96. Lumber, viz. : — 

Boards, under one inch in thicknes-;, imported expressly iiji- 

manufacturing Dories (not grooved ortongued) — per ISL ft. $1 00 

Boards and Flank, one inch in thickness, and so in pruiiur 

tion for any greater thickness, N.K.S. — per M. feet 4 00 

Boards and Plauk, grooved, tougued or planed, one incii iu 
thickness, and so in proportion for aii\' greater thickness — 
per M. feet ... ' 5 00 

Oak, Pitch-pine, Kim, lieech, (Jreen hea.'t, Iron-wood lum- 
ber, under Kve inches si|uare, N.K.S. — (ler .M. feet I 00 

Laths and Shingles — per Si. 60 

^♦7. Machines and Machinery, viz. : — 

(a) Steam Boilers, when imported to be used for heaUng pur- 

poses ; Radiators, Fan-blowers, Elevators, Fanning-mills, 
Horse-power Machines, Ma hinery and parts of Machi- 
nery, N.E.S. ; Electric; liight ^lachinery and Electrical 
material of every description, including L'arbous, Electric 
meters, and Electric apparatus; Turning Lathes; Iret- 
saw Machines, Scroll-saw Machines, \. E. S., costing al 
place of shipment less than $tJ, and to be driven by ijaml 
or foot power, N.E.S., and Datiug, IJuliug, Paging or Per- 
forating Machines — ad val. 35 p. c. 

(b) Turning Lathes, Fret-saw Machiues, Scroll-saw Machines. 

N.E.S., costing at place of shipment over $6 ; (ias Engines, 
Typewriters, Comptomters or Adding Maci ines. Fog 
Horns, patented ; Machinery, patented, and of a kind not 
manufactured in this Colony, N.E.S. ; Ma hines for the 
manufacture of Boots and Shoes ; Planing, Boring, Mor- 
tizing, Moulding, and similar Macliines for Viuilders' pur- 
poses ; Power Machines for the manufacture of Steam and 
other Engines and Boilers ; Sewing and Knitting Machines 
and parts thereof; Machine Felt fur Pulp Wet Machines ; 
8team Boilers, Engines, Propellers, Winches, and parts of 
machinery to be used in shi[is, N.E.S. ; Steam Engines to 
be used in local industries, and Steam Boilers, not to be 
used for heating purposes, N.E.S. ; Portable Saw Mills 
and Electric Motors — ad val 25 p. c. 

(c) Machines for Carding Wool, Spinning Wheels, Wool Cards, 

Water Wheels, Steel Propellors, N.E.S., and Ruling Ma- 
chines and Pens for same ; Book-binders' Tools and Imple- 
ments, Leather, Book-binders' AVire, Stitching Machiues, 
Book-binders' Cloth and Marble Paper, and Paper Board, 
when imported by book-binders for use in their trade and 
not for sale, and paiier for covers of books when imported 
by printers— ad val. 10 p. c. 

FF 



338 Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 



35 p.c. 
10 p.c. 


•20 p.c. 


30 p.c. 


$ 1 20 


2 40 
40 p.c. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd.^ for Best Stocked 

98. Malt- ad val 10 p.c. 

Moss and Porterine, wlieu imported by Brewers — ad val. ... 30 p.c. 

99. Mariners' Compasses, aud Cards for same, Patent Logs, and 

Log Lines, Sextants and (^nadrants — ad val. 20 p.c. 

Thermometers, Karometers, Clinometers, Telescopes, Bin- 
oculars, Parallel Rulers, Brass I'innacles and Chronome- 
ters for ships' use — ad val 

100. Marline for making lobster |)ots ad val 

101. Mast Pieces and S|)ars, viz. : - 

Dressed or jiartly dressed, 00 feet or over in length, N.E.S. 

— ad val. 

Dressed or ]iartly dressed, under 60 feet in length, N.E.S. 

— ad val. 

Undressed, (JO feet or over in length, including wharf 

shores, N.E.8. — per ton 

Undressed, under GO feet in length, including wharf shores, 

N.E.S. — per ton 

102. Matches of all kinds ad val 

103. Meats, viz. -. ~ 

Canned Meats, known as C. C. Beef, Corned Beef, Corn 
Beef, Corn J]eef Hasli, J.,uncheon Beef, Koast Beef, 
Boiled Beef, Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton and Brawn 

— per reputed lb. 3 cts. 

All other Canned Meats, N.E.S. — ad val 35 p.c. 

Meat, frest — per lb. 2 cts. 

Poultry and Game, dead — per lb. Sets. 

Sausages — perlb. ... Sets. 

Bacon, Hams, Tongues and iieef, smoked cured — per lb.... 3 cts. 

ad val. 10 p.c. 

Hams and Tongues, dry salted or pickled — per lb 2 cts. 

Meals, dry salted, N.E.S. — perlb. let. 

Beef, when salted in barrels, including duty on barrels — 

per barrel $100 

Pigs" Heads, Jowls without tongues, Hocks, Feet and Ribs, 

when salted in barrels, including duty on barrels — perbrl. 1 00 

Pigs' Jowls and Tongues, when salted in barrels, including 

duty on barrel — perbrl 1 50 

I'igs' Feet preserved in vinegar — ad val 35 p.c. 

Pork, in barrels or half barrels, viz, : — 

Mess, Family, T'rime Mess, Kump, Extra I'rime, Bean, 
Clear, Butt aud Ham, including duty on packages — 
per barrel $15*1 

Bell}', Back, or Family Mess or Loin Pork, including duty 

on packages — per barrel 2 00 

104. Medicinal, Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations, when 

composed of one or more than one substance, N.E.S.; 
Patent and Projirietary preparations. Tinctures, Pills, 
Powders, Troches, Lozenges, Syrups, Cordials, IJitters, 
Anodynes, Tonics, Plasters, Liniments, Salves, Ointments, 
Pastes, Drops, Waters, Essences and Oils, N.E.S. ; Anti- 
septic Surgical Dressing, such as Absorbent Cotton, 



JSFeivfoundland Customs' Tariff 339 

fPiano and Organ Warehouse in the City. 

Cotton Wool, Lint, Lambswool, Tow, Jute, Gauze and 
Oakum, prepared for use as Surgical Dressing; Plainer 
Medicated Surgical Belts, Pessaries, and Suspensory Ban- 
dages of all kinds ; Oiled Silk ; Codliver Oil, and com- 
pounds of which codliver oil forms a prominent part ; Li- 
(|uorice Paste, Liquorice in rolls or sticks, when of the 
(luality known as Spanish Liquorice ; Paraline Wax, Bees- 
wax, Burgundy Pitch, Vaseline, and all similar jirepara- 
tions of petroleum for toilet, medicinal or other purposes, 

and Cream of Tartar — ad val. 30 p. c 

Surgical and Dental Instruments (not being furniture), and 
Surgical Needles ; Clinical Thermometers, Catgut and Silk 
Sutures ; Galvanic Batteries, when imported hy doctors 
for use in their profession— ad val. ... 25 p. c, 

105. Mosaic Flooring, of any material ; Koohng Slate, Slate Man- 

tles, and other manufactures of slate, N.E.S. — M val. ... 40 p.<'. 

106. Nails, viz. -- 

Iron or Steel Cut Nails and Spikes (ordinary builders) ; Wire 
Nails of all kinds ; Iron or Steel Tacks of all descriptions, 
leathered or not, N.E.S. — per lb. let. 

Shoe Tacks, Hrads, Sprigs and Shoe Nails — per lb. ^ ct. 

Wrought, when hand made ; Pressed Nails and Pressed 
Spikes of all kinds ; Hrads used by broom-makers for fas- 
tening wire ; Nails used by l)rush-makers in making 
brushes ; Horse-shoe Nails, and Galvanized Nails and 

Spikes, and Sheathing Nails, N.E.S. —per lb. g ct. 

1(»7. Nets, Netting, Irawl (iear. Traps and Seines, for use in 

seal and salmon fisheries — ad val. ... 20 p.c. 

,108, Nuts, viz. :— 

Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Peanuts, Filberts, 

Hickory, and other kinds of nuts, N.E.S. — per lb. 2 cts. 

Nuts, shelled — per lb. 4 cts. 

Cocoanuts, N.E.S.— per 100 $100 

Cocoanuts when imported from the place of growth, by ves- 
sels direct to a Newfoundland port — per 100 50 

Cocoanuts, dessicated, sweetened or not — per lb. 03 

109. Oakum— per lb. 01 

110. «,)atmeal and Rolled Oats, in bags or barrels, including duty 

on bags and barrels — per 100 lbs. 20 

111. Oats, including daty on bags— per bushel of 34 lbs 05 

112. Oil Clothes— ad val. 30 p.c, 

113. Oils, viz. :— 

Coal Oil, Naptha, N.E.S. ; Gasolene, Benzine, and all Illu- 
minating Oils, N.E.S.— per gallon ^ ...... ^ 6 cts. 

Linseed or Flaxseed Oil, raw or boiled, N.E.S. ; Tallow and 
Grease, N.E.S. ; Crude Petroleum, to be used in the manu- 
facture of gas by Gas Companies ; Spirits of Turpentine 
and Olein Beef Oil, Neutral Lard Stock, Cottonseed Oil, 
Sesame, and other oils to be used in manufacturing, N.E.S. 
and butter coloring — ad val. 15 p.c. 



340 Newfoundland, Customs Tariff. 

AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Chickering,. 

Essential Oils and Axle Urease, Neatsfoot Oil, Lard, Sesame 
Oil, N.E.S., C)live Oil, N.E.S., and e.\tra(^t for dyeing lea- 
ther — ad val. 25 p.c. 

Lubricatiup; Oil, N.E.S. — per gallon Sets. 

Lubricating Oil, when imported in bottles, tins or other 

packages, each iiolding less than one gallon -ad val 25 p.c, 

Spermaceti, Whale, and other Fish Oils— ad val. 35 p.c. 

114. Oysters or C'lams, in shell or shelled, in packages not her- 
metically sealed ad val. 25 p.c. 

H5. Paints and Colors of all kinds, ^Vlliting, Chalk, Lampblack, 
Ivory Black, Uyes of all kinds, I'ltramarine, I'utty, Cop- 
per Paint, \'arnishes. Lacquers, .Japans, Ja(iau Dryers, 
Oil Finisli, Uritisii (Jum, Dextrine, Clue, Sizing Cream, 

and Sizing of all kinds — ad val. 30 p.c, 

tlti. I'ai)er-hangiug8 and Horderings — ad val 35 p. c- 

117. Peas (round), including duty on packages — per brl 50 cts. 

119. Peas (s]ilit and dried), green, including duty on packages — 

per lb. i ct. 

119. Perfumery, iuclnding 'I'oilet jireparations (non-alcoholic), 
viz, : 

Hair Oils, Tooth and other Powders, Washes, I'omatums, 
Pastes, and all otiier perfumed preparations, N. E. S., 
used for tiie hair, mouth or skin, and Pomades, Fiench 

or Flower Odors, preserved in fat or oil — ad val 40 p.c. 

I'il). Pianofortes, Organs and Musical Instruments of all kinds, 
and I arts there;.!, N.O.P., including cat-gut and other 
strii gs, provided tliat musical instrument cases shall lie 
du'i I !c at the same rate as their contents when imported 
cou^aaiiug the instrument; and Phonogra[)hs, Orama- 
phoiies, aud sucli instruments — ad val 

121. Picture Frami's and Photo Frames of any material — ad val. 

122. Plaster of l*a. is or Cypsum, ground, manufactured or cal- 

cined, an(i Paris green, dry — ad val 

Pla^'e.- Casts, N.E.S.— ad val. ... 

123. Potalots — per bushel 

124. Ponhry, alive — ad val. 

125. Heady-mades. Clothing of all kinds, N.E.S., including Col- 

lars and ('uti's, N.K.S. — ad val. 

126. Kire, cleaned per 11>. 

127. Sails for Uoats and Sliijis, Tarpaulins, Teuts and Awnings 

— ad val. 40p.c. 

128. Salt, viz. :— 

Dairy and Table Salt, >!.E. 8. — ad val 10 p.c. 

129. Saws, when used as part of the original construction of 

Mills and Factories, X.K.S-— ad val. \.. 10 p.c. 

130. Shoemakers' Ink, Harness and Leather Dressing, and Har- 

ness Soap — ad val. 20 p.c. 

131. Small Wares, viz. : — 

(a) Artificial Flowers and Dressed Feathers, Kibbons of every 
description, N.E.S.; Crapes of all kinds ; Velvets, \"elve- 
teens, Silk Velvet Plush and Silk F'abrics, N.E.S. ; Km- 



40 it.c. 
40 p.c. 


20 p.c. 
30 p.c. 
lOcts. 
20 p.c. 


45 p.c. 
i ct. 



Newfoundland Customs Tmijj. 341 



nonish and Bell Pianos. 



broideries, Laces, Braids, Freizes, Cords, Garters ; Bract- 
lets, N.E.S., Braids, Chains, Co/ds, or other similar manu- 
factures of liair or wool, N.E.S.; Handkerchiefs of all kinds; 
Scarfs and Ties, Corsets, Lace Collars, and all other similar 
Lace (ioods, Lace Nets, Netting and Veiling of every de- 
scription. Shams, Curtains of all kinds. Regalia of Societies 
(including jewels), badges or belts of all kinds, N.K.S., and 

Hair, curled or dyed — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

<b) Cotton Sewing Thread, Crochet Cotton, Knitting Cotton, 
and all other Cotton, Silk and Linen Threads ; Boot, Shoe, 
and Stay Laces ; Buttons ; Elastic and non-elastic W'feb- 
bing ; Needles and Pins; Elastic, round and Hat; and 

Garter Elastic — ad val 25 p.c- 

• 32. Soap, common or laundry — ()er lb. li cts. 

All other Soaps, and Pearline and other soap powders — 

ad val. 40 p.c. 

All ingredients used in the manufacture of Soap, Candles, 
Laundry Blue, Shoe and Stove I'olish, paying more than 
25 per cent, when imported by manufacturers — ad val. ... 25 p.c. 

133. Spirits, viz. : — 

Spirituous or Alcoholic, distilled from any material, or con- 
taining or compounded from or with distilled spirits of 
any kind, and any mixture thereof with water, for every 
gallon thereof of the strength of proof, and when of a 
greater strength than that of jiroof, at the same rate on 
the increased ijuantity that there would lie if the ]i(juors 
were reduced to the strength of proof, as follows, viz. : — 
Alcohol, Ethel Alcohol or the substance commonly 
known as Alcohol, Hydrated Oxide of Ethel, or Spirits 
of Wine, Amyl, Alcohol or Fusil Oil, or any substance 
known a-^ Patatoe Spirit or Potatoe Oil. Absinthe, Ar- 
rack or Palm Spirits, and Spirits over 43 per cent, over 
proof, and so in proportion for any greater strength — 
per gallon $350 

Cordials, Liquors and Spirits of all kinds, N.E.S., and Mes- 
cal, Pulque, Kum-shrub, Schiedam and other Soliuapps, 
Tafia, Angosturo, and similar alcoholic beverages— per 
gallon 2 60 

Methel Alcohol, Wood AL-ohyl, Wojd Nantha, Pyroxylic 
Spirits, or any substam^e knowa as \Voo<i Spirits or 
Methylated Spirits, Ether, Nitrous ELlier, Swecr Spirits 
of Nitre and Aromatic Spirits of Amiii >iiia, Alcoholic 
Perfumes and perfumed Spirits, Bay Kuiii, ('oijgae and 
Lavender Waters, Jamaica Ginger, Frui" Essences; 
Hair, Tooth and Skin Washes, and other 'loilet prepa- 
rations containing spirits of any kind, and all medical 
preparations containing 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, 



342 Nev^foundland Customs' Tariff. 



AY.IE & SONS, Ltd., Organs for the 



Iron and Wine, ami Ktherial and S})irituous Fruit Es- 
sence, N.E.S. — (ui val 30 p. c. 

Brandy, inclndinj,' Artilii-ial Brandy, and imitations of — i)er 

gall.' .... $3 50 

Whiskey— ])er >;alloii 3 10 

Gin of all kinds — per ijalloii 2 60 

Rum — per gallon 2 40 

In all other cases where the strength of any of tlie foregjiug 
articles cannot he ascertained )iy the direct application of 
the hydrometer, it shall be ascertained by tlie distillation 
of a sample, or in such manner as the Minister of Finance 
and Customs directs. When spirits are inijiorted in bot- 
tles, six reputed (piarts or twelve re[uited jiints, shall be 
held to contain one gallon, and so for any smaller l)Ottle 
or Hask tliat may be imported. 

134. Stationery : — 

(a) Albumehized and other Papers and Films, chemically pre- 

pared for idiotograi)hers' use ; Wrapping-paper ; Toilet- 
paper, Sand-paper, (ilass or Flint-pa])er, Emery-i)aper, and 
Emery-cloth ; Mill-board, Straw-board in sheets or rolls ; 
Tarred Faper, Felt or Siraw-board or Sheathing Paper ; 
Kuled, Bordered, and Coated Papers, Fapeterie.s, Boxed 
Papers, Pads not printed on. Envelopes, and all manufac- 
tures of i)ai)er, N.E.S.; Erasing Rubbers of all kinds; 
Mucilage and other Liquid Gums ; Inks for writing ; Pho- 
togographs, N.O.P. ; Chromos, Chromotypes, Artotypes, 
Olegraphs, Paintings, Drawings, Pictures, Engravings, or 
Prints, or printed or proofs therefrom, and similar works 
of art, N.O.P.; Blue prints and Building plans; and 
Christmas, New Year, Easter, Birthday, and all similar 
cards; Books to be written or drawn upon, Blank Account 
Books, N.E.S. ; Paper Sacks or Bags (not printed on). Lead 
Pencils, Pencils of all kinds, N.E.S. ; Pens, Penholders 
and Rulers of all kinds; Artists" Paints and Colours, 
Brushes and other drawing requisites — ad val. 35 p.cv 

(b) Newspapers, or sup[jleniental editions or [larts thereof, 

partly printed, aud intended to be coni])leted and published 

in Newfoundland — ad val 25 p. e. 

(c) Slate Pencils, Chalk Crayons, to be used in schools. School 

Writing Slates and Copy-books, headed for school purposes 

—ad val. 10 p.c, 

(d) Printed Music, bound or in sheets ; Music for phonographs, 

pianolas, and such like instruments, and Maps and Charts, 
N.E.S.— ad val 10 p.c, 

(e) Advertising and Printed Matter, viz. : — 

Advertising Pamphlets, Advertising Pictorial Show-cards, 
Illustrated Advertising Periodicals, Illustrated Price 
Books, Catalogues and Price Lists, N.O.P., Directories 
of the Colony, when printed outside of the Colony ; Ad- 
vertising Almanacs and Calendars, Patent Medicine or 



Neio)oundland Customs Tariff. 343' 



Home, the Church and the School. 



other Advertising Circulars, Fly-Sheets or Pamphlets, 
Advertising Clironios, 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 and 
Posters, or other similar artistic work lithographed, 
printed or stamped on paper or card-board for business 
or advertising purposes, N.O. P. ; Playing Cards ; Labels 
of all kinds, Sbip])ing, Price, or other Tags, Tickets of 
all kinds, when printed upoa or lithographed, or partly 
printed ; Bank Notes, Bonds, Bills of Exchange, Checmes, 
Promissory Notes, Drafts, and all similar work unsign- 
ed, Clieck Books for Counter use, Kill Heads, I'"orms and 
Cards, or other Commercial JJlauk Forms, printed, litho- 
grajihed, or printed from steel or copper or other plates, 
aad all other printed matter, N.E.S., and Paper Hacks 
and Bags, when printed on — ad val 50 p.c. 

135. Staves, viz. : — 

Oak, undressed — ad val 5 p.c. 

Of other woods, u'ldressed — ad val. 25 p. c. 

Manufactured and dressed, or partly manufactured and 

dressed -per 1,200 $5 50 

Heading, for Cooper's use — i)er ))air 05 

136. Steel, viz. :— 

Mild, in bolts, bars, sheets, [)lates and pieces, N.E.S. — 

ad val. 10 p. c. 

Known as " Blister Steel," " Chrome Steel," and hard or 

cast — ad val 30 p. c. 

Shafting, turned, compressed or polished, when measuring 

5 inches or under in diameter, N.E.S. — ad val 30 p.c. 

Shafting, turned, compressed or polished, when measuring 

over 5 inches in diameter, N.E.S. — ad val. 10 p.c. 

137. Straw— per ton of 2,000 lbs $2 00 

138. Sugars — loaf, cut loaf, cube and castor or icing sugar — per lb. 04 

All other white and granulated Sugars, N.E.S. — per lb 03 

Brown and Yellow Sugar, not granulated — per lb 02 

139. Tar, viz. :— 

Stockholm, American and Coal Tar; Pitch and Kesin or 
Rosin ; Tar Mixtures, Asphalt and Asphaltum, and like 
pr<^parations— ad val 15 p.c, 

140. Tea -ad val 33 p.o. 

141. Timber, squared or partly squared, measuring five inches 

square and over, N.E.S., and not to include mast pieces or 

wharf shores or logs, undressed — per ton 60 cts. 

142. Tinware, plain, japanned or lithographed, and all manufa ■- 

tures of Tin and manufactures of Galvanized Sheet Iron 
and Sheet Steel, N.O. P., Agate, Granite, or Steel Hollow- 
ware, and Nickel or Aluminum Kitchen or Household 
Hollow-ware— ad val. 45 p.c. 



344 Nev'funndland Cvstows Tariff. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., The 



143. Tolia'Ho, viz. : 

Mannf;iyture<i Toliaco. |ier lb., 33 cts. — ad val. 6 p.c. 

Leaf, stiijiped or partly inannfacturerl, per lb., 40 cents — 

ad val 5 p.c. 

Leaf and stems— per lb 40 cts. 

Stems for mauufadturiiif,' Suuft— per 100 lbs. 50 cts. 

Cigars, per M., $10- ad val. ... 20 p.c. 

Cigarettes, per M., $0— ad val. 30 p. r. 

Tobacco I'ipes of all kinds, IMpe Moiiuts, Cigar aud Ciga- 
rette Cases, Cigar and Cigarette Holders, and Cases for 
same, Smokers" Sets and Cases therefor, and Tobacco 

Ponclies — ad val. 40 p.c. 

Siujfl I er lb 50 cts. 

144. Trvinlis of all kinds and N'alises, N.K.S., Hat Bo.xes, Carpet 

Bags, Tool liags or Ba.skets, Satchels, Keticnles, Musical 
Instrument Cases, Purses, Portmanteaux, Pocket-books, 
Fly- books aud parts thereof, and Baskets of all kinds — 
ad vol. 40 p.c. 

145. Tubes lor Boilers, of wrought iron or steel, including tiues 

and (orrugated tubes for Marine Boilers—ad val 10 p.c. 

146. Tweeds, Cloths, Doe Skins, Felt Cloth and fabrics composed 

wholly or in part of wool or worsted, N.E.S. — ad val 35 p.c. 

147. Twines for Sailmaking, viz. : — 

Hemp Koping and Seaming, and Cotton Sail Twine, and 

all oiher Twines, N E.S. — ad val 30 p.c. 

148. Vegrtaldes, viz. : — 

Turuips, Carrots, Parsni(is. Beets, Sweet Potatoes and 

\'ams — per bushel 20 cts. 

Tomatoes, Cucumbers, (»nions, Squaslies, 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 gallon loots. 

Vinegar in bottles -ad val 30 p.c. 

150. WhijiS of all kinds, including thongs and lashes — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

151. Wines, viz. : — 

Chamjiagne — per gallon $4 60 

Port and Madeira per gallon ... 1 80 

Sherry and Many.anilla, per gallon, -SI. 00 — ad val 15A p.c. 

Ma aga, and Montilla, costing at the place of shipment 

less than 80 cents per gallon 40 p.c. 

Malaga aud Montilla, costing at the place of shipment 

80 cents per gallon, and any above that price, per gallon, 

+ 1.10— ad val. ... 

Hock, Burgundy, and Light Khenish Wine — per gallon ... 

Claret — per gallon 

Spanish Red, Denia, Sicilian, Figuiera, Red Lisbon, Cape 

and Common Lisbon — per gallon 

CiingerAMne, containing not more than twenty-six per cent. 

of proof spirits — per gallon ... 



15 p.c. 

$1 10 

60 


40 


1 00 



Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 345 



^reat Dress Goods House, 



Ginjier Wine, containing over twenty-six per cent, of proof 

spirits — per gallon $2 60 

Vermouth Wine, containing not more than 36 per cent, of 
prof Sjiirits — per gallon ... 1 Ol> 

Vermouth Wine, containing over 36 per cent, of proof Spir- 
its — per gallon 2 60 

All other Wines, N.O.P., per gallon, $1.20— ad val 15 p.o. 

When Wines of any kinds 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 liemmed, or moun- 

ted on rollers, N.E.S.— ad val. 40 p.c- 

153. Women's and Children's Dress Goods, Coat Linings, Italian 

Cloths, Alpacas, Orleans, Cashmeres, Coburgs, Henriettas, 
Serges, Kunting, Nuns' Cloth, IJengalines, VVliipcords, 
Winceys, Linseys, Twill, plain or jac(|nard of similar fa- 
brics, composed wholly or in part of wool or worsted, 
N.E.S. -ad val. 35 p.«- 

1.54. Wood, manufactures of, viz. : — 

Manufactures of Corkwood other than Cork Stoppers, for 
bottles and jars, N.E.S. ; Pails and Tubs( of wood). Churns, 
Washboards, Pounders, Rolling Pins, Mouldings of Wood, 
plain, gilded, or otherwise manufactured ; Fishing Rods 
of all kinds ; Walking Sticks and Walking Canes of all 
kinds ; Collins and C!askets ; Hoops for coopers and other 
manufactures of Wood, N.E.S. — ad val. 40 p.e. 

Hoops for masts ; Rushes for coopers' use ; and Excelsior 
Hair and other material for making mattresses or stuffing 
furniture, and Hair Fibre and Bristles for the manufac- 
ture of brushes — ad val. 2'Jp.c. 

Trunks and Valises, in whole or in part of wood — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

Ticking for covering Mattresses — ad val. 30 p.c. 

155. Yarns, Woolen and Worsted — ad val. 20 p.c. 

156. Zinc, and manufactures of Zinc, N.E.S.— ad val. 35 p,e. 

157. Unenumerated Goods : — 

All Goods not enumerated in this Act ar 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 dnty of — ad val.. 40 p.c. 



346 Neiofouiidland Customs Tariff. 



''Our Own'" Flour has an enviable 



SCHEDULE B. 



Tahlk ok Exemptions. 

158. Admiralty Charts. 

159. Agricultural Implements aud Mat'liiuery, N.E.S. ; and Haybinders, 

Bone Crushers, Hay and Feed Cutters, Air Motors, Cream Sepa- 
rators and lucubators ; Wire Fencing and Fasteners for same, and 
gates forlwire fences, when the gates are made chiefly of wire. 

160. Animals, imported by Agricultural Societies, or by private persons;, 

under the approval of the d'overnor in Council, for the imi>rove- 
ment of stock. 

161. .\pparel, wearing and other personal and household effects, not mer- 

chandize, of British stbjects dying abroad, but domiciled in New- 
foundland ; Books, Pictures, Family I'late and Furniture, I'ersonal 
effects and heirlooms left by bequest. 

162. Articles for the use of the Governor. 

163. .\rticles, when imported by and for the use of the Army aud Navy :- 

also articles consigned direct to oHicers and men on board vessels 
of His Majesty's Navy for their own jiersoQal use or consumption. 

164. Articles imported for the use of the Government or of any of the 

departments thereof. 

165. Articles imported for the use of the Municipal Council. 

166. Articles for the odicial use of Consuls, 

167. Articles imported for religious purposes and used in tlie worship of 

the denomination requiring the same, and Bells, Musical Instrn. 
ments. Stained Glass Windows, Statuary, Paintings, Carpets, 
Chandeliers, Lamps, Clocks, and Fancy Hard Wood for interior 
finishing, when imported solely for use in Chiirches and Chapels. 

168. All coustruction material and machinery, when the same cannot be 

made in this (yolony, for pulp aud paper mills, both for the original 
installation and the further extension of the same, but not in sub- 
stitution for old ; machinery for the original Installation of saw 
mills, provided that the jiersons requiring to import these articles 
are approved by the Governor in Council. 
(a) Materials imported by manufacturers for construction of such ma- 
chinery as is at present admitted into this Colony free of duty. The 
free importation of such materials to be permitted, subject to re- 
gulations to be made by the (iovernor in Council. 

169. Arti^cial Limbs and Artificial Eyes. 

170. Bait. 

171. Bags, Barrels, Bo.xes, Casks and other vessels exported filled with 

Newfoundland products, or exported empty and returned filled with 
foreign products ; and Articles, the growth, produce and manufac- 
ture of Newfoundland, when returned after having been exported ; 
provided that proof of the identity of such articles and goods shall 
be made under regulations to be prescribed by the Governor in 
Council ; and that such articles and goods are returned within one 
year from the time of exportation, without having been advanced 
in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture 
or other means ; provided further, that this item shall not apply 
to any article or goods upon which an allowance or drawback has 



Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 347 



Record. -AYRE & SONS, Lid. 



beea made, the re-iuiportatioa of which is hereby prohibited, except 
upoa payment of duties equal to the drawback allowed ; nor shall 
this item apply to any aiti.de of goods which has paid an Excise 
duty. 

172. Bark, Extract of Bark, (.'utch, Hi-chromate of Potash, and Logwood. 

173. Bicycles, Anglers' Outfits, Trouting-gear, Fire-arms, Ammunition, 

Tents and Implements of Tourists, when in the custody of the 
tourists, and under the cjaditioiis made by the Minister of Finance 
and Customs to secure the export of sucli artiides, or the payment 
of the regular rate of duty on such articles when otherwise import- 
pri, if the ar'i 'les are sold or lef'j in the Colony. 

174. Boiler and Ships" Plates, when of the thickness of one-quarter of au 

inch or over that thickness, 
(a) Galvanized bloctk straps, i)ateut bushings for sheaves for blocks, 
and galvanized sheaves fur blocks, when imported by l^lockmakers. 

175. Books, |)ri'ited and not to be written or drawn upon, and supple- 

ments for periodicals specially imported for the bona fide use of 
incorporated institutes ; official reports, newspapers, and monthly 
and semi-monthly magazines ; weekly library papers unbound, and 
Christmas Annuals ; Blackboards, specimens, medals and wall dia- 
grams, illustrative of natural history, and imported for colleges, 
schools and public lil)raries ; Kiadergarteu requisites, and Cata- 
logues and price lists of persons, lirms or companies domiciled 
elsewhere, and not personally doing business here. 

176. Chair Cane, or Reeds of Withrod, when imported in au unmanufac- 

tured state. 

177. Clothing and Medicine, donations of, for charitable purposes, and 

Photografdis 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 manufai-tare of copper paint. 

180. Corn for the manufacture of brooms and whisks. 

181. Cotton Yarn, Raw Cotton and Coke. 

182. Cotton-seed t)il, Olive Oil, Boracic Acid, Acetic Acid. Preservaline, 

when imjiorted by manufacturers to be used in the preservation of 
Fish or Fish-glue. 

183. Engravers' Places of Steel, polished, for engraving thereupon ; Photo 

Engraving Machinery, viz.: — 
Router, Bevelling and Squaring Machines, Sereen-holders, Cross-line 
Screens, Chemicals for use in engraving. Wood for blocking. En- 
graving tools and Process-plates. 

184. Equipments, Accoutrements and Musical Instruments for Boys' 

Brigades and Salvation Army; and Ammunition and Arms for 
Volunteer Corps, under the approval of the Minister of Finance 
and Customs. 

185 Fish of British catch and cure, and Oil. the produce of such fish (not 
to include preparations of Cod-liver Oil), Eggs of Fish or Game- 
birds, when imported for propagation. 

186. Flour, Wheaten, and the package in which it is imported. 

187 Globes, geographical, topographical and astronomical. Maps and 
Charts and School-desks, for the use of schools ; Pictorial Illustra- 
tions of Insects or similar studies, when imported for the use of 



348 Newfoundland Customs Tarif. 

Branches at Heart's Content, Birchy 

colleges, schools and liVirary Associations ; Manuscripts and Insur- 
ance Maps. 

188. Hemp, Hemp ^'ani. Coir Varu, Sisal, Manilla, Jute, Flax and Tow. 

189. Hides or ]iieces of Hides, not tanned, curried or dressed. 

190. Hoop Iron or Hooii Steel, splayeci, puuclied or nosed, and cut in 

lengths not to exceed sixty-eight inches, to be used in making her- 
ring barrels. 

191. Indian Corn. 

192. .luuk. Old Iron, Old Cop|)er, and Old Composition Metal. 

193. Kerosene Oil, and the jiackage in which it is imported. 

194. Lines and Twines used in connection with the fisheries, not includ- 

ing S|iorting Tackle. 

195. Machinery of all kinds, to l)e used in the actual breaking of coal or 

ore bodies underground or in an open ])it, viz. : — Kock Drills, Coal 
Cuttej-s; Pumping Engines of all kinds, to be used in transferring 
water from the underground, 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 underground, or from an open pit, to the 
surface ; Crushers, or other machinery to be used in the actual 
breaking of ores, so as to facilitate reKning 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 Bri(:k ; Prospecting Drills of all kinds, to be used 
for proving the extent or existence underground of coal, oil or ore 
l)odies ; Crane and Derricks, when used for the actual handling of 
coal or ore from the workings of the surface; Compressors, to be 
used for the operation of any of the above machines ; Fire Clay and 
Fire Brick, to be used in the construction of any ore reduction or 
Smelting Plant ; Dynamite, Detonators, Blasting Powder, Fuses 
of all kinds. Blasting Batteries, Battery Wire and Drill Steel, 
when used for mining pur[)oses ; 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 accu- 
mulation to the point of exist ; Hoisting and Hauling Cables, to be 
used in the lifting and transjporting of coal or ore from the working 
face to tlie point of shipment ; Machinery, or other equipment to 
be used in conveying cual or ore from the mine, or from the work- 
ings to the surface : Provided, that should any of the foregoing 
mentioned articles in this section be used for any other purpose 
than that for which they are here set forth as being dutyfree, 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 for Agricultural 
purposes, and to be used in vessels owned in this Colony and em- 
ployed in its fisheries, or employed solely in missionary work within 
this Colony. 

196. Manures and Fertilizers of all kinds, and Sulphuric Acid, when im- 

ported to be used in the manufacture of manures. 



JS' e I of midland Custum^' Tartff. 349" 



Gove, Botwoodville, and Bishop's Falls. 



197. Material for sheathing' t lie bottoms if vessels, such as Zinc, Copper, 

and Compositiou Metal, tugetlier witii uails, and paper or felt, 
which maybe used foi or under sii. h slieathin^' when used for 
slieathiug vessels, under rejfulations to be made by the Governor 
in Council ; Casin<;s or Copiuf^s and l.0(kiu<;s for timbers of dories ; 
and Lignum A'it;i'. 
Boards and I'lauks of hardwood over eighteen feet in length, when 
imported for ship-building; mast-jiieces of jiitchpine, Oregon pine, 
or similar hardwood, timber of hardwootl wlien imported for ship- 
building, upou such ceriiftcates as may t)e rei(uired by the Minister 
of Finance and Customs. 

198. Molasses, produced in the West India Islands, in the process of the 

manufacture of sugar from the jnii^e of the sugar cane, and the 
package in whicli it is imported. 

199. Music, written. 

•200. Oil Cake, Oil Cake Meal, Cotton Seed Cake, (lotton Seed Meal, 
I'ease Meal, liraii, and other preparations for cattle and chicken 
feed. 

•201. Ores, to be used as liux. 

•202. Parchment or Wax Paper, when imported specially for jjacking fish ; 
or lining tins used in tlie lobster packing industry in this Colony. 
Paper known as Soiling Paper and Papers to l>e used liy manufac- 
turers in enclosing tlieir manufactures. 

203. Pig Iron, Nail Strips of Iron, Steel, Zim^ or Urass, to be used in ttie 

manufacture of cut uails in this Colony. 

204. Plants, Trees and Shrubs; also Seeds for .Vgrirultural inirjioses, 

N.E.S., and Florists' Seeds. 

205. Printing Paper, I'riu iiig Presses, Printing Types, Printers' Ink and 

Printers' Oitice Furniture, when impurtel by howi Hdi' printers for 
use in their business. 

206. Rice, Uncleaned or Hefnse Rice. 

207. Samples of no commercial valvie ; Sand and Fire-clay ; Sausage Skins 

or Casings ; Salt u bulk, when imported for use in the hsheries. 
20S. Scrap-iron and Scrap-steel (old), and til only to be re-manufactured, 
being part of or recovered from any vessel wrecked in waters suVi- 
jecc to tie jurisdiction of Newfoundland. 

209. Steel Shafting, when imported for use in steam vessels. 

(a) Ships and other vessels built in any British or foreign country 
which are to be continuously employed in connection witli the 
trade or fisheries of the Colony. 

210. Supplies, Stores and Donations for tlie Moravian Missionaries on 

Labrador and for the Deep Sea Mission, under sucli rules and re- 
gulations as may be made by the (xovoriior in Council. 

211. Settlers' etiects, viz. : —Wearing Apjiarel, Househohi Furniture, 

Books, Implements and Tools of Traile, occupation or employment; 
Guns, INIusical Instruments, Domestic Sewing Machines, Type- 
writers, Live Stock, Bicycles, Carts and otlier vehicles, and Agri- 
cultural Implements in use by the seitler for at least six months 
before his removal to this Colony, not to in. hide machinery or arti- 
cles imported for use in any manufacturing establishment, or for 
sale: provided that any dutiable article entered as settlers' eti'ects 
may not be so entered unless brought witii the settler on liis first 
arrival, and shall not be sold or otherwise disposed of without pay- 



360 Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 



AYRE & SONS, Ltd., Agents for Hamilton 

meat of duty, until after twelve jnontlis actual use in the Colony : 
and travellers' baggage not exceeding $5i) in value for any one per- 
son, under regulations prescribed by tlie Governor in Council. 

212. Scientific Instruments and Apparatus, when imported for use in Col- 

leges, Schools, and Scientific or Jjilirary Societies ; and s])ecimens 
illustrative of Natural History; Medals and such other articles as 
may be imported by Schools or Associations to V)e distributed as 
prizes when such other articles are approved by the Minister of 
Finance and ('ustoms, 

213. Stereotyi es. Electrotypes and Celluloids for Almanacs, Calendars, 

Illustrated I'anqihlete, Newspapers, Advertisements or Engrav- 
ings, and all otiier like work for commercial, trade or other pur- 
poses, and matrices or copper sliells for the same. 

214. Material for installing wireless telegraphy on lioard ships engaged 

in the trade and fisheries of this Colony. 

215. Unmanufactured Wool. 

216. Wire of brass, zinc or steel, screwed or twisted or Hattened or corru- 

gated, when imported by manufacturers of boots and shoes, for use 
in couuection witli nailing madiines for the manufacture of boots 
and slioes, 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, tiie production of Newfoundland artists, under regu- 
lations prescribed by the Governor in Council, end engravings, 
when produced by the Art Union Society of London. 



SCHEDULE C. 



Prohibited Goods. 

219. Books, printed paper, drawings, paintings, prints, photographs or 

rejiresentations of any kind of a treasonable or seditious or of an 
immoral or indecent character. 

220. Coin, base or counterfeit. 

221. Goods, manufactured or produced wholly or in part by prison labor, 

or which have been made within or in connection with any prison, 
gaol or iienitentiary, shall not be imjiorted into this Colony under 
a penalty of two hundred dohars ; 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 l>een copyrighted in Newfoundland 
also. 

223. Tea, adulterated with spurious leaf or with exhausted leaves, or con- 

taining so great an admixture of chemical or other deleterious sub- 
stance as to make it unfit for use. 

224. Salt, known as fishing salt, which has been used in vessels or else- 

where in the curing or making of fish, prior to its importation into 
this Colony, 
(b) Used clothing of all kinds when imported for sale. 



Newfoundland Customs' Tariff. 351 

iBrown Shoe Co. The Largest in the World. 

SCHEDULE B. 



EXCISK. 

The foUowitig duties shall lie raised, levied and collected, on the fol- 
lowing arti(des distilled, brewed or manufactured in this Colony, viz. : — 

•2'25. Brandy, not exceedirg the strength of proof by Sikes's hy- 
drometer, and so in proportiou for any greater strength 
than the strength of proof — the gall $2 35 

226. Whiskey, not exceeding the strength of jjroof by Sikes's hy- 

drometer, and so in proportion for any greater strength 

than the strength of proof — the gall 1 85 

227. Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sikes's hydro- 

meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 

the strength of proof — the gall. 1 75 

22S. Rum, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sikes's hydro 
meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 
the strength of proof — the gall. 1 50 

229. Ale, Porter, Bavarian Beer, Botanic Beer, and all other 

small and dextrinous liquors — the gall 05 

230. Tobacco— per lb 271 

231. Oleomargarine, Butterine; or similar compounds — per lb 01 

232. Cigarettes— per llj. 28 

(b) Cigars— per lb. 50 



Printing of all sorts for trade of Colony, &c., done at Royal 
Gazette Office. 8®" Ask for Estimates. 



Advertisements 



Blank Books of all sorts for Lumbering, Mining, General Trade, 
&c., made at Royal Gazettk Office. ^^ Ask for Estimates. 



Al) VEk TISEMENTS. 



H. J. STABB & GO. 



-AGENTS FOR- 



COMMERCIAL UNION 

FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY, 

OF LONDON. ENG. 



PALATINE 

FIRE INSURANCE 

COMPANY, 

LONDON, LIMITED. 



STANDARD 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

EDINBURGH. 



Estate Agents 



-AND- 



General Merchants. 

IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

-COAL 

KEROSENE OIL, &,c 



53 mm STREET EIST, - ST, JOHN'S, NEWFOUNOHNO, 



AI) VERTlSEM^NfS. 



INS URANCE! 



Confederation Life ! Kiniouski Fire I 



Oke Building, Duckworth Street. 



C. O'N. CONROY, 

Gen. Agent for Nfld. 



K 



Little 

Gas Heater |a» 



will mnke a chilly room comfortable 
in a few minutes .... 



♦ " ♦ 



The Gas Co. sells tlieixi, all 
kinds. 



GEO. J. eARTER 

General Import eD\ 
Shipping and Coni.m.ission ^Merchant. 

Offick :— martin BUILDING. 
Branches— Herring Neck, Exploits, Northern Arm. 

Water Street, - St. John's, Newfoundland. 



AD VSRTISEMENTS. S 

ESTABLISHED 1817. 

Bank of /Montreal 

FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF 
THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Bankers for the Governinent of Newfoundland. 

CAPITAL— all paid up $14,400,000 

REST 12,000,000 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS 901,769 

SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT : 

Deposits of ONE DOLLAR and upwards received. 
Interest allowed at best current rates. 

HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL. 

Hon. Pies. — Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, G.O.M.G. 

President — R. B. Angus, Esq. 
Sir Edwaid Clouston, Bart., Vice-President and General Manager. 

B®° Branches in every Province of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

New York— Agents Bank of Montreal, 64 Wall Street. 

Chicago — Bank of Montreal. 

Boston— Merchants' National Bank. 

London, England— Bank of Montreal, 46 & 57 Threadneedle-st. 

AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 

J, J, PIIDDON, - Maoager, St, John's, NewfoondW, 



AD VERTISEMENTS. 



James Stott, 

GENERAL IMPORTER, 
GROCER, n ^m 

TEA, WINE AND SPIRIT 
MERCHANT. 

Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 



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«" OUTPORT ORDERS given the most careful attention and 
promptly packed and despatched. 



We have Moved 

Across tJte Street 

OPPOSITE THE OLD STAND. 

Where with a large and modernly- 
equipped Store, we will be in a better 
position than ever to cater to our 
many friends. 

K^nannlno s ,^/Jrua ^tore 

li|5 * c New eower Street. * - 145 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



SYNOPSIS OF GAME LAWS OF 
NEWFOUNDLAND. 



♦♦♦ 

CAKIBOU — No person shall pursue with intent to kill any Caribou from 
the 1st day of February to the 31st day of July, or from the 1st day of October 
to the 20th day of October in any year. And no person shall 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 specified limits of either 
side of the railway track from Grand Lake to Goose Brook ; these limits being 
defined by gazetted proclamation. 

No non-resident may hunt or kill Deer (three Stag) without previously having 
purchased and procured a License (Fee S"iO.OO) for .same. Liicenses to non-resi- 
dent guides are issued costing fifty dollars. 

No person may kill or pursue with intent to kill, any Caribou with dogs or 
with hatchet, or any weapon other than fire-arms, loaded with ball or bullet, or 
wtiile crossing an}' pond, stream or water-course. 

Tinning or canning of Caribou is absolutel}- prohibited. 

It shall not be lawful for any person to purchase or receive in exchange from 
any other person, any Ven'son or any jjortiou of the flesh of Caribou at any time 
between the 1st day of January and the Hist day of July in any year. 

Penalties for violation of these laws : a fine not exceeding Two Hundred 
Dollars, or in default, imprisonment not exceeding six months. 

BIKDS AND WILD KxVBBIT OU HAUK — No person shall hunt, kill, 
purchase or have in his possession, any Ptarmigan or Willow Grouse, commonly 
called Partridge, nor any Curlew, Plover, Snipe, or other wild or migratory birds 
(except Wild Geese), or the eggs of any such birds ; nor shall shoot any Wild 
Rabbit or Hare within this Colony between the 15th day of December in any year 
and the 2Hh day of September in the year succeeding, under a penalty of not 
less than $25.00 nor exceeding 8100, or imprisonment not exceeding three months. 

BEAVER — Any person who shall hunt, kill or pursue to take any Beaver 
within this Colony at any time from the 1st day of October, 1910, to the 1st day 
October, 191.S, shall upon conviction for the first offence be imprisoned for two 
months with hard labor, with the option of a fine not exceeding 8200.00 and not 
less than 850.00 ; for the second oifence tlie penalty shall be imprisonment for 
six months with hard labor. 

FOXES No person shall hunt Foxes from March 15th to October 15th in 

any year. 

OTTER.— No person shall hunt Otter from April 1st to October 15th in any 
year. 

TROUT AND SALMON No person shall use any appliance other than 

rod, hook-and-line, to catch anv Salmon, Trout, or Inland water fishes, within 
fifty fathoms from either bank on the strand, sea, stream, pond, lake or estuary 
debouching into the sea. ™ ^ • ■ u i 

No person shall catch, kill or take, any Salmon or Trout in any river, brook, 
stream, pond, or lake in Newfoundland between the 15th day of September in 
auy year and' the loth day of January in the succeeding year. 

License, non-resident, $10.00. 

GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES BOARD, 

JAS. W. MERCER, Secretaiy, 

St. John's, Newfoundland, October, 1910, 



AB VEETISEMENTS. 



BiiiLm nmmv mum co„ of London, eneund, 



Capital, $5,000,000 ; Claims paid over $30,000,000. 
o 

Insurance against Accidents of all kinds and Sickness. Employ- 
ers' Liability and Fidelity Guarantees. iD*- Agents wanted in the 
Outports. 

H. C. DONNELLY, 

General Agent for Nfld. 
Board of Trade Building. 

m mil PLtJSED COSIOMEBS I 

of those to whom you sell Acme Preparations. ACME 8 

BAKING POWDER makes light, sweet, first class Cakes, g 

Buns, and Pastry. All who have ever used it speak highly O 

of it, and want to continue using it. Acme Essences are S 

pure and strong, and give the finest flavors. Acme Spices g 

are the purest and hest package spices in the niarkst. You O 

satisfy your customers and make a good profit by selling S 

Acme Preparations. O 

We are advertising Acme goods and many people will be Q 
asking for them this year. *^ Write us for samples and g 
prices. 

T. mcmURDO & GO. 

Chemists since 1823. 
Sole Manufacturers Acme Preparations. (Trade Mark reg.) 

Water Street, St. Jolrn's. 

LEVI OmM0NO, 

[opposite BOWRING BROTHERS.] 

Dealer in STOVES, TINWARE, WINDLASSES, STEERING 
Wheels, Hawser Pipes, Rouse Chocks, Iron Pumps, and general 
Ships' work. 

^ JOBBING and REPAIRS attended to with despatch. Satis- 
faction guaranteed. 

Water*street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 




AD VERTmEMENTS. 



GABNELL'S 

Carriage Factory. 

[established over 70 years,] 

114 DucHworth Street, St. John's. 114 



CARRIAGE BUILDERS & GENERAL WHEELWRIGHTS.— 
Having installed the latest and most up-to-date niachinery, we 
are prepared to handle all kinds of work in onr line. Oiitport 
orders promptly attended to. Estimates furnished on application. 
Undertaking attended to. 

1^ Residence — 18 Cochrane Street. Telephone 595. 

ANDREW G. CARNELL, - Manager. 

GODDEN & 00. 

GoT^tractii^g 

Telephone - - - . 636 

We are prepared to contract for the discharge of 
steamers and vessels. We employ all UNION MEN 
who are covered by insurance against Employers* 
Liability Act. 

•«• 



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AD VERTlSt:MENtS. 







Tfyi 



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Policies of Insurance 

jig.ainsb Loss ov Damage by FIRE are issued by the above well- 
known Office on the most liberal terms. 

JOHN COR^IACK, 

Agent for Newfoundland. 

RENDELL & CO. 

Importers and Repairers of 

Electric Bells, Bicycles, Guns, and 
Cork Pullers. 

All parts CORK PULLERS kept in stock. 

Grave Railings and Fencing of all kinds at shortest notice. All 
kinds of Machinery repaired. Ontport orders carefully and promptly 
attended to. 

18 KING'S ROAD, ST. JOHN'S, N F: 

CHAPLIN! 

First class stock always on l)ai]d. 



Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 



ADVERTISEMENT. d 




Extract from " An Act to provide for the Establish- 
ment of a FIRE DEPARTMENT for the Town 
of St. John's. 

(Passed .Tuly 4th, 1895.) 

Seo. 9 — No person shall open any of the signal boxes connected with the fire 
alarm telegraph for the purpose of giving or causing to be given a false alarm of 
fire, or to interfere in any way with the said boxes, by breaking, cutting, injuring 
or defacing the same, or pull ng the hook, handle or slides therein, except in case 
of Are ; or without authority open, tamper or meddle with said boxes, wires or 
attachments, or any part or parts thereof, or with ihe telephone wires or any- 
thing connected therewith, under a penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars of 
imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months. 

Sec. 14 — Every person who shall carry any fire through the streets, lanes or 
any wharves in the town, except in some covered vessel, or who shall kindle or 
light a fire in any of the places aforesaid, or who shall carry a lighted pipe, cigar 
or cigarette on any wharf where hay, straw or any combustible material may be 
stored, shall for every offence be liable to a fine of not less than ten dollars or 
imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month 

Sec. ir,— No person shall use in anj- mill, barn, outhouse or stable a lighted 
candle or lamp, unless enclosed in a lantern, firo in any of the said buildinga 
unless properly secured, nor a lighted pipe, cigar or cigarette, under a penalty 
of ten dollars or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month. 

Sec. 16 — No person shall light or have a fire in any house, workshop or out- 
house unless such fire is in a brick or stone chimney, or in a stove of iron or other 
metal material praperl3- secured, under a penalty of ten dollars or imprisonment 
for a term not exceeding one month. 

Sec. 17— No person shall light a fire or cause a fire to be lighted on any street, 
lane, wharf or public place, except in accordance with a permit of the officer in 
charge of the Fire Department, under a penalty of ten dollars or imprisonment 
for a term not exceeding one month. 

Section 8, "St. John's Municipal Act, 1896": 

No person shall light a fire, or cause a fire to be lighted, on any street, lane, 
wharf, public place, fur any purpose, or in any yard or in any private residence 
for the purpose of heating or boiling pitch, tar, sugar, molasses, varnish, or such 
inflammable substances, except in accordance with a permit of the oflacor in 
charge of the Fire Department, under a penalty of ten dollars, to be recovered 
in a summary manner before a Stipendiary Magistrate or Justice of the I'eaco 
by any person who may sue for the same. In default of payment of said flne the 
party offending shall be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding one 
month. 

isr All 'Whapflngops and Stope-keepeps on the -watep fpont, as 
well as Coachmen and Stable-keepers genepally, also Owners of 
Workshops, and Manageps of Factories, ape Peauested to do all 
in thelp powep, in the Intanest of public safety, to see that Sec- 
tions 14 and 15 ape obsepved. 

joh:iv suLr^ixTAJv, 

Inspector-General of Constabulary 
and Chief of Fire Department, 



m 



AD VERTISEMENTS. 




ARN & CO. 

Wholesale Provision 
Dealers ^ 

^|^=* Lowest quotations furnished for POPULAR 
GRADES of 

Barrelled Beef, Pork, Sugar, Molasses, 
Kerosene Oil, Leather. 

ALSO 



Raisins, Currants, Rol'ed Oats, Oatmeal, Round 
Peas< wSpIit Peas, Beans, etc. 

Agents LIBBY, McNETL & LIBBY, - - " Canned Meats." 
»■ Telephone No. 12. 

SOME of OUR LEADING LINES^ 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL. 



-♦♦♦♦- 



Annuals and Picture Bonks. 
Bibles, Prayer, and Hymn Books. 
Music Books and Sheet .Vlusic. 
Standani and General Literature. 
School Books and Requisites, 
Stationery and Account Books. 
Musical Instruments and Tutors. 
Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings. 
Jewellery of every description. 
Hardware, Cutlery and Silverware. 



Enamel, Earthen and Chinaware. 
Artists' Materials and Decorative Goods 
Glassware— Fancy and Domestic. 
Spectacles, Spy and Mineral Glasses. 
Fireworks. Fancy Lanterns, Fans, &c. 
Pipes, Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos, 
Indoor Games in great variety. 
Trout and ."^almon Tackle. 
Cricket, Football and Tennis Goods. 
Dolls and Toys at all prices. 



EXPRESS CARTS, TRICYCLES, DOLLS' CARRIAGES, 
SLEDS, BOATS, &c., &c. 

Colored Pictures, Engravings, Picture Mouldings, Mirrors, Glass, 
&c. Send fur 8-page Catalogue and List of Local View Fust Cards 
and Booklets- 

LEADING BOOKSELLERS : 

S. K. GA.1«I^A.IVI>, 

Garland Building, 177-179 Water-street East. 

OA.Fei^A.]?>iE> Sa CO. 

353 opposite Post Office. Water-street West, 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



11 




Sheep Preservation! 

— ♦♦♦♦ — 

1. It shall be lawful ior the duly qualified electors, resident within an 
area or district within this Colony, to present to the Governor in Council a 
petition or requisition in the form prescribed by the Schedule to this Act, or 
as near thereto as may be, s»tting forth the limits or boundaries witliin which 
such area or district is comprised, and the names of the towns, harbours or 
settlenents included therein, and praving for a Proelamation prohibiting the 
keeping of dogs within such area or district. 

2. Such petition or requisition shall be sent to the nearest resident '^tipen- 
diar\ Magistrate, and shall be by him (after examination and certificate as 
hereinafter provided ) furnished to the Governor in Council. 

3. If, upon due scrutiny of such petition or lequisition, the Stipendiary 
Magistrate shall find that the same contains the bona fide signatures of one- 
third of the duly qualified electors resident within the limits or boundaries set 
forth in the said petition or requisition, he shall forthwith have a certificate to 
that eftect endorsed upon or attached to the petition or requisition, and shall 
forward the same to the Governor in Council. 

4. Any Stipendiary Magistrate to whom such petition or requisition may 
be presented ma>, before certifying the same to th Uovernoi in Council as 
aforesaid, require proof to be made before him of the bona fide signatures 
of any of the names subscribed to such petition, upon the oath of either the 
party whose name purports to be signed or of a witness to such signature. 

5. Upon receipt of any such petition or requisition containing the s'gna- 
tures of not less than one-third of the electors resident within any such area or 
district, certified as aforesaid, the Governor in Council .shall issue a Proclama- 
tion or Public Notice prohibiting the keeping of dogs within such area or 
district. 

6. From and after the date prescribed in and by such Proclamation or 
Notice, it shall not be lawful for any peison resident within such area or dis- 
trict, to keep, or have in his possession, or under his control, any dog within 
the area or <listrict to which sucli Proclamation or Notice shall relate, under a 
penalty not exceeding fifty dollars or impiistjnnient for a ter.i not exce'ding 
three months. This prohibiti>in shall not ap|.ly to any person or persons 
travelliiu' or passi g through such areas or ilis 1 .cts aiitl h.iving a liceiiaed dog 
or dogs in his or their pos-^ession, charge or control, and not at large. 

A.. W. KNIGHT, 

Clerk of the Peace. 



P^ ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ANGEL ENGINEERING & SUPPLY CO. 



ce. «j 






>^iotor xjjoats 



-o 



s Gasoline or Kero-ene Oil. 



03 

m 

r- 

= 2 
^^ 

PS 



ANGEL ENGINEERING & SUPPLY CO. 



H. H. FRASER 

Manufacturers' Agent. 

[SuccESsoB TO Cowan & Co. and J. McL. F'raser. 
18t) - Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. - 18iJ 

REPRESENTING J. S. Siinms & Co., Canada ; Imperial Tobacco 
Co., of Canada, Ltd. ; Canadian Canners, Ltd ; Ftank Major 
and Co. ; A. H^ Midvvood k. Co.; York Street Flax Spinning: Co.; 
Variden Bergs, Ltd. ; J. Ashcroft «& Co. ; E. Laz^nhy & Son, Ltd. ; 
Coignet & Co. ; J. S. Fry & Sons, Ltd. ; Charles Setnon «fc <'o. ; 
Biiltons, Ltd. ; Rutherford Bros. ; Dean & Duncan ; Moore, Eady 
and M. Goode, Ltd. ; Sainl. Hannah & Co. ; .). <fe J. Coinian : Bryant 
and Mav; A. P. Tippet & Cy. CAMERAS, MOUNT.S, and 
PHOTO Keqiiisites in stock. 

WEST END PHARMACY ! 

TELEPHONE 217. P.O.B. 693. 

WE ARE NOTED for skilful and accurate dispensing. We 
make a specialty of Prescriptions and use a system of check- 
ing which makes mi-takes almost impossible. 

Outpoit patrons will be pleased and satisfied with the manner in 
which we fulfil their commands. 

In siipplyii'J? o^ re-tittiug MEDICINE CHESTS Ave 
giiiirauiee sat sfaclion. 

H. OOURTENAY, - 423 Water-street. 



ADVBRTISEMENTSr l^i 



JAS. P. CASH 

^.ATtiolesal© «& Retail 
'Xot>oooonlst 



AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS 

"MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacco. 

Importer and Dealer in Jill the li'ading brands of Out and Plug 
TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARKTTfS, WOOD and CLAY Pip«a. 
and all Smokers' Requisites. [P.O.B. 221. 



Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

JAMES J. TOBIN 

Duckworth Street, St. John's, 

— ~ o 

Sole AjjTiit ill Newfoundland for 

CHAMILSO & CO , Oporto Old Port Wines 

BULLOCK, LADE & CO., Glasgow, Extra Special 10-yr old Whisky 

JOHN DEWAR & SONS, Limited, Perth Scotch Whiskies. 

CAMANDON & CO Cognac Brandies. 

M. B. FOSTER & SONS, Lim,, Loudon, Bugle Brand Bottled Beer. 

JOHN JEFFREY & CO.. Edinburgh Ale in Hhds. 

i~- ^ Also, Importer ;ind General Dealer in Champagnes, French 
Wines and Liqueurs, Demfrara and Jamaica Rums, Holland and 
London Gins, xMineral Waters, Cigars, Groceries, etc. 

o 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 



Ik 



AD VERTISEMENT. 



MARTIN HARDWARE CO. 

Largest and Most Variei 
Stock in the Island. 

Builders' 
Hardware and Tools. 




Cutlery, Paints, Glass, Nails, and Felt. 




Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, 
Powder and Shot. 




p. S. — All Mail Ordeis receive our 
personal atttention, and we guarantee 
latixfaction. OthcrwisK goods can be 
■•etuined at our expense. 



I 






Ag'ents for Herring-Hall Marvin Safe Co , Empire Typewritars, 
and Sherwin-Williams Paints. 



ii 



adver TisEMEnrs. is 



Money in Itl^^ 



XI^K^ Dealers Make Money by handling 
RENNIE'S 

Choice Qarjdies, 
^on ^ons, 

6hocolates 

and Sy^^PS- 

Equal to the Best Innported. 

A Perfect Scotch Whisky 

MELLO\A^ LIKE A LIQUEUR. 



On account of its Exceptional Quality, 

D & J. McCALLUM'S *' Perfection " 

was the sole Whisky supplied at h11 Functions during the visit of 
the King and Queen to Edinburgh, May, 19u3. 



The sole Whisky supplied at the Banquet in the Edinburgh City 
Chauibei's on the occasion of the presentation of South African 
War Medals by General Sir Arcbil'ald Huntei'; also, the s-ole 
Whisky supplier] at all the chief Edinbingh Muuicipal Functions 
during the last five years. 

THOMAS O'NEILL, Sole Agent for Newfoundland. 



re ADVERTrSEMSNTS. 



A. HAKVEY & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



No. 1 & 2 HARD BREAD, 
Soda, Pilot, Lurjcl) arid Fancy Biscuits. 



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KB- Be sure and ask for HARVEY'S. They are 
the Leaders. 

Cable Address :— " Deerlnke," St. Tohn's. Codes— A B.C., 4th Ed., 
A.B.C.. 5th Ed., A.I.. Weslein Union. 

We pay highest prices for 

Codfish, 6od Oil, Cod- 
roes, ^erring 

and other Newfoundland products. 

If you want any FLOUR, BEEF, PORK, iMOLASSES, etc., it 
will pay j'ou to get out- prices. 

A. H. MURRAY, - St. John's. 

JAS. D. RYAN 

IMPORTER OF 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 
IRISH AND AMERICAN HAMS AND BACON, 



CEYLON TEA, & 



c. 



P.O.B. 884. ST. JOHN'S. 'Phone 40. 



AD VERTISEMBNTS. 17 




PUBLIC NOTICE. 



COPPER SMELTINQ ACT. 

TO ENCOURAGE the smelting of CORPER ORE in this 
Colony, smelters and all machinery in connection there- 
with, also Coke for smelting purposes, are admitted free of duty. 



BOUNTY. 

The following bounty is payable on all Copper Ore mined and 
smelted in this Colony : 

$i.oo per ton up to loo tons, 

.50 per ton from 100 and up to 500 tons, 
from one mining location in any one year. 



ENCOURAGEMENT OF WOOLLEN 
MANUFACTURES. 

A Premium of five per cent, is payable on the original cost of 
all wool imported into this Colony for the purpose of being manu- 
factured into wearing apparel, blankets, rugs, carpets, or other like 
manufactures, and upon all wool raised in the Colony and manu- 
factured into the above-mentioned articles in factories or buildings 
where more than 10 persons are annually employed. 

All machinery in connection with above industry to be admitted 
free of duty. 

Copies of the above Acts giving all particulars may be obtained 
from the Department of Agriculture and Mines. 

SYDNEY D. BLANDFORD, 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines. 
January, 191 1. 



18 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

Extract from the Merchant Shipping Act Referring to 
the Naming of Ships. 
*^ 

Regulations made by the Board of Trade, in conjunction with the Com- 
missioners of Customs, under Section 50 of the Merchant Shipping 
Act, 1906. 

UNDER the provisions of section 50 of the Merchant Shipping Act. 
1906, the Board of Trade, in conjunction with the Commissioners 
of Customs, hereby make the following Regulations relatinf: to ships' 
names, and direct that they shall come into force on 1st January, 1908 : 

1. — Any person who proposes to make application for the Registry of a 
British ship shall give notice in writing of the proposed name of the ship 
to the Registrar of Shipping at the intended Port of Registry at least 
fourteen days before the date on which it is contemplated to effect the 
Registry. 

7. — Where it is proposed to register the ship at a port not situated in 
the British Islands, the Registrar to whom the name is intimated may 
proceed with the registry of the ship if he satisfies himself that the name 
does not appear in the Current Mercantile Navy List; but if the name 
does so appear, the Registrar shall transmit the application to the Regis- 
trar General of Shipping and Seamen, and the case shall be treated in the 
manner laid down for registry in the British Islands. 

Registrar of Shipping. 
Department of Customs, 2nd January, 1910. 

GEO. M. BARR, 

BUYER OF 

LOBSTERS, CODFISH, AND ALL OTHER 
NEWFOUNDLAND PRODUCE. 



AG1TNT FOR 

Hartford Fire Insurance Company, 

ESTABLISHED 1810. 

WM. eeSSHGE & SONS, Ltd. 
Maniifacturers H[o\iseh.old Soaps, &c. 



A D VERTISEMENTS. 19 



PUBLIC NOTICE. 



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THE ATTENTION OF THE DEPARTMENT having been drawn 
to the fact that certain parties 

PyTTING yP FISH By THE SOILING PROCESS 

are not acting in accordance with the instructions, the following Rules 
are published for tbeir guidance : — 

1. — The absolute necessity of properly cleaning each fish, and wrapping 
each fish separately in the Soiling paper, in order to ensure good condi- 
tion, and consequently better prices, cannot be too strongly emphasized. 
There can be no object in packing and shipping blood and other unneces- 
sary matter, particularly when such shipments have a deleterious etlect, 
not only on the fish packed, but on the market for which it is destined. 

2. — The chief thing to be kef t in view in preserving food is to keep it 
as free as possible from harmful bacteria, and also from the surrounding 
air charged therewith. 

3. — To preserve fish properly, it is furthermore necessary to preven' 
the ice-water, which is also more or less full of bacteria, from coming into 
direct contact with the fish. By wrapping fish in the improved Soiling 
fish wrapping paper, and afterwards laying it down amongst crushed ice, 
which should be about the size of a walnut, the air is excluded, and the 
ice-water prevented from coming in direct contact with the fish. The low 
temperature of the ice acts directly on the fish through the paper, and by 
this means it is kept sweet and fresh for a longer period than is otherwise 
possible, as the decomposing bacteria are thus prevented from developing. 

4. — To secure the most satisfactory results, the fish should be gutted 
»nd bled as quickly as convenient after it is caught, on the fishing boats, 
if possible, to prevent the blood from congealing. 

5. — The greater the care taken in removing the blood particles and 
cleansing when the fish is gutted and bled, the LONGER the fish will 
keep perfectly souod and sweet, and retain its flavor ; and when even 
with rough cleaning the wrapping will be found of great value, still in all 
cases where the fish is likely to be kept for a very long period, it is advi- 
sable to use as much care as possible, and the gills should also be 
removed. 

6. — When the heads are being removed they should be cut otl" clean 
with a knife, instead of being taken off in the ordinary way of heading. 

6. — To wrap up, place the fish across the corner nearest, roll over very 
firmly, turn in the two side corners, and roll over again until the fourth 
corner is reached. With large fish, tying with string is advisable. 

A. W. PICCOTT, 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 

Department of Marine and Bisheries, 
April 23rk, 1910. 



20 



AD VER TISEMENTS. 





Duckworth Street, St. John's, Nfld. 



CONVENIENTLY situated to business men, being within a few 
minvites walk of the Banks, Steamship Piers, Chinches and 
Public Halls. Replete with every modern convenience for accom- 
modation of guests. Fitted up with Lavatories, Bath-rooms, Hot 
and Cold Water, and heated tliroimhont bj' Hot Water', and lighted 
by Electricity. Foreign and Ontport travellers are covdially invited 
to visit this Hotel and examine its advantages. Telephones in each 
room. 

S. K. BELL^ - - Proprietor. 

p. J. SHEA 

314 Water Street. 

FAMILY GROCER & LEADING 
WINE MERCHANT. 

ts- A full line of high grade CIGARS, CIGARETTES and 
TOBACCOS always in stock. 

WM. J. ELLIS 

Contractor, Builder, 
and Appraiser 

(o) 



Dealer in Cement, Sand, Mortar. Diain Pipes. Rends, .Ttinctions 
and Tifip-, (hiiniiey Tops, wnd Plaie (I'ass — all sizes. R~timates 
given for all kinds of ^voik at .-shortest notice. [Tel y()4. 

STOKE & OFFICE— Adelaide Street. STO>'E YABD— 

Just East Custom House, Water Street. 



AD VER TISEMENTS. ^ 1 

Customs^ C ir cul at, 

[ No. 15. ] 



W 



HEN TOURISTS, ANGLERS and SPORTSMEN, ar- 
riving in this Colony, bring with them 



Fire-i»rms and ammunition, Tents, 
6anoes and Implements, Cameras, 6i« 
cycles. Anglers' ©utfts, 
Trouting Gear, 

they shall be admitted under the following conditions : — 

A deposit equal to the duty shall be taken on such arti- 
cles as 

Cameras, Bicycles, Trouting Poles, Firearms, 
Tents, Canoes and Tent Equipage. 

A receipt (No. i), according to the form attached, shall be given 
for the deposit, and the particulars of the articles shall be noted in 
the receipts, as well as in the marginal cheques. Receipt No. 2, 
if taken at an Outport Office, shall be mailed at once directed to 
the Assistant Collector, St. John's ; if taken in St. John's, *the Re- 
ceipt No. 2 shall be sent to the Landing Surveyor.'!^' Upon the de- 
paiture from the Colony of the Tourist, Angler or Spoitsman, he 
may obtain a refund of the deposit by presenting the articles at the 
Port of Exit, and having them compared with the Receipt. The 
Examining Officer shall initial'on the receipt the result of his ex- 
amination, and upon its correctness being ascertained^the refund 
may be made. 

No GROCERIES, CANNED GOODS, WINES, SPIRITS 
or PROVISIONS of any kind will be admitted free, and no de- 
posit for a refund may be taken upon such articles. 

H. W. LeMESSURIER, 

Assistant Collector, 
Custom House, St. John's, Nfld., Dec, 1910. 



AD VERTISEMENTS. 



KJ^anK of ^JYooa Scotia. 

Incorporated 1832. 
Capital, $4000„000; Rrserve, $5,500,000. 

GENERAL OFFICE TORONTO. 

H. O. McLEOD, General Manager. 

HEAD OFFICE HALIFAX, N. S. 

With 101 Blanches in Canada, United States, 
Newfoundland and West Indies, 

St. John's, Harbor Grace, Grand Bank, 

Carbonear, Burin, Bonavista, Twillingate. 

•*■ A ganeral Banking business conducted. Drafts and Letters 
of Credit issued, available in all parts of the world. Special atten- 
tion given to collections. Correspondence solicited. 

SAVINGS' DEPARTMENT. — Deposits of one Dollar and up- 
wards received and interest allowed at highest current rate. 

^/c. K^ooarlaqe Or ^ons, 

General Merchants. 

Wholesale and Retail Exporters of all 
kinds of Produce. 

321 v\ ater'St., St. John's, Newfoundland. 



BRANCH establishments: 

Witless Bay, Toad's Cove, Ferryland, Renews, 
Caplin Bay, Round Harbor, St. Mary's, Nipper's 
Harbor, New Perlican and Hant's Harbor, where 
Fishing Outfits can at all times be supplied. 

t^ Highest price given for all kinds of Produce, and Goods eup- 
plied at lowest prices. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. i3 



JOB BROS. & CO 



■LIMITED- 



Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

EXPORTERS OF 

CODFISH, PICKF[D FISH, COD OIL, MEDICINAL CODLIVFR OIL, 

Seal Oil and Skins, Whaie Oil, Bone and Feftillzer, 

Lobster, Cod Roes, Smoked Caplin, 

and other Pfoduce. 



AGENCIES. 

The Royal Insurance Co., Limited, Liverpool Fire Jind Lifa 

The Union Marine Insurance Company, Limited Liverpool 

The National Fire Insurance Company Hartford, Conn. 

The St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company Ohio 



MANAGERS OF 

JOB'S STORES, LIMITED, 

Wholesale Agents Climax Cattle Feed, 
Dealers in Provisions and Groceries, 
Naval Stores and Fishing Supplies . . 
Wholesale and Retail .... 

The Phoenix Whaling: and Manufacturing Co. (Limited.) 

The Avalon Steamship Co. (Limited.) 

The Thetis Steamship Company (Limited.) 

The Krlk Steamship Company (Limited.) 

The Hamilton Pulp and Lumber Co. (Limited.) 



JOB BROTHERS, W. 4 S. JOB & CO., JOB BROTHERS & CO., LTD. 

Tower Building, 68 Broad Street, Halifax, 

Liverpool. New York. Nova Scotia. 



H AD rURTiSEMSNTS. 

WOOD'S CANDY & FRUIT STORES 
AND Fy^NCY BAKERY. 

ST. JOHN'S AND GRAND FALLS. 

jC8C8»aicece»5O9:e:8:»otaj0rQ<»^^ 

RESTAURANTS in connection with e^ich Store. aL both places. 
We aim to supply the best of everything in above lines. 

Wedding Cakes a specialty. 



MAIL ADDRESS 



" Wood's Candy Stores," St. John's. 

KDatvarc C^lnnott 



200 Water Street. 
K^rocerles ana J, routsLons, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Liquors. Sole A.geut for New- 
foundland for 

Broivn's 4- Crown Scotch Whisky. 



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Headquarters for Game in season. 



AD VERTISEMENTS 



25 



Tlie MA iilactiii ii Ci, 



LSMITED. 



Hon. M. G. Winter, Piesident, 



Ghas. R. Duder, Manager. 



SOAP. — "Perfection and " StHndai^d " Lnnndry Soap, Violet 
Soap, Washing Powder, Candies, Washing Soda. 

PAINT. — •' Matchless" Liquid and Paste Paints in all shades. 

OILED CLOTHING.-Single, Double and P:.t<hed Clothing, 
Oiled Coats, Hats. 



«^ASK FOR LOCAL GOODS. 




\t\\ CDiH. 



ST. JOHN'S. 

OUR EQUIPMENT. 

Ollit'e and KuiUSers' Supj»l.v SJor*'— Water Street West, 
St. John's. 

I^iiinber Tard with large slook— Water Street West, St. 

.John's. 

liMinber Wliarf well stocked— Water-st. West, St. John's. 

l.iiitil»<*r Wiiarf and large stoek I^umbcr— Water Street 
East, St. John's. 

Planitig Mill, Carpenter Shop, Matoh jsiid Krii^h 
Faetory. Dry l£ilri», etc. — Bambrick & Water sts, St. John's, 

Circul»r Saw Mill— Campbellton, Notre Dame Bay. 

Gang Saw Mill— Dog Bay, Notre Dame Bay. 



S6 



AD VERTISEMENTS. 



R©BT. TEMPLET0N. 

General Importer aixl Manufaofiirer 
of JLobKtter (JaiiM ...... 

Has always on hand a large and varied stock of DRY GOODS, 
<3ROCERlK8, &c., which hw offers at the lowest prices. Highest 
prices given for Lobsters. We manufacture celebrated ANCHOR 
BRAND Lobster Cans, sa- Agent for local made BURNT CLAY 
BRICK. 

827 AVater-st., St. -Tolin's, N". F. 327 

THE SUDBURY 

WATERPROOF SEAL AND LEATHER 
MANUFACTURING CO., Ltd. 

♦♦♦♦ 



-MANUFACTURERS OF 



Oak Sole, 
Hemlock Sole. 
Innersoling', 
Welt Leather, 
Harness Leather, 
Sealskins, 



Black Levant, 
Coloured, 
Waterproof Seal, 
Boot Grain, 
Russett Grain, 
Stove Grain. 



Polish Pebble Grain, 
Hydraulic Leather, 
Boxed Calf, 
Boxed Grain, 
Chromo Sheep, 
Sudbury Kid. 



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A. R. THOMPSON. - Manager. 
J. Fergus Donnelly, 

VETERINARY SURGEON, 

Graduate Ontario Veterinary College 

TORONTO. 

US' Consultation by mail attended to promptly. 
Infirmary— James Street; Rei=idence— 1 Devon Row, St. John's. 



ABVERTISBMBNTS. n 

Gaden's Aerated Water Works. 

Manufacturer of the Purest and Best 

AERATED WATERS. 

"Tlie most satisfactory of all Beverages. 

^11 orders proraptly executed. 



JOHN R. BENNETT, = * Proprietor. 

166-1S8 DUCKWORTH STREET. 
P.O.B. 1163. 'Phone 207. 

JOHN J. HENLEY 

CABINET-MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER. 

AVholesale Manufacturer of 

Spring Beds and Mattrasses. 



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16 Henry-st., St. John's, Newfoundland. 

U.S. Pictures Portrait Co. 

General Importers and 
House Furnishers. 



WE carry the largest and most up-to-date stock of Furniture 
and Furnishings in the Colony. Sole Agents and Distribu- 
■ the celebrated COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE and Records. 



tors for the celebrated 

Catalogues and prices on application 



Water Street, St. Jonn's, Newfoundland. 



28 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

JOHN MAUNDER 

TAILOR AND CLOTHIER. 
281 and 283 Duckworth Street, St. John's, Nfid. 

*♦♦ 

Promptness, Durability, Satisfaction. Samples and self-measure- 
ment Curds sent to any address. 



P.F.COLLINS 

340, 342, 344 



Water Street, 



Importer of English and American I 

McGRATH BROTHERS, 

166 Water Street. 

Painters : and : ^eeorators. 



■^«» 



«^ Importers of AVALL PAPERS, PAINTS, etc. Estimates 
given and orders promptly executed. [Telephone 440. 



ADVER TISEMENTS. f39 



JAMES BAIRD, Ltd. 

General Merchants 
and Importers^^M^.^ 

Wholesale and Retail. 

i|^^ A large and well assorted stock of Provisions, 
Dry Goods< Ropes, Lines, Twines, Ships' Canvas, and 
jlW kinds of requisites for Fishing Outlits. 



Agents for the NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO., 
L<imited, of London. 

F. SMALLWOOD 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER OF 

FISHERMEN'S BOOTS. 

ALSO IMPORTER OF 



ENGLISH, AMERICAN AND CANADIAN 
FINE BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS. 



F. SMALLWOOD, 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Wholesale ; Retail : 

DucK-v^OBTH Street. Water Strkkt. 



^0 AD VER T I SEME NTS. 



W. A. SLATTERY 

WHOLESALE DRY GOODS 
OF ALL KINDS. 

Pounds and Remnants a specialty. 

Ou-tpoi-t Dealers particularly looked 
after. 



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Address : SLATTERY BUILDING, 

Duckworth Street, - - Near Beck's Cove, 

JAMES 0. BAIRD 

Grocer and Wine 
Merchant^ 

Sole Hgent in Newfoundland for Read 
Brothers, London ; world^renowned bot- 
tlers of 

^^ Dog's Head '' Bass's Beer 
and Guinness's Stout. 



AD VEK TISEMENTS. 



Standard Marble & Granite Works 

361 DUCKWORTH STREET. 



THE LEADING AND MOST RELIABLE STORE 
IN THE CITY FOR 

[q Aberdeen Granite of ditierent colors. Dealers in White Sicilian and 
American Marble of best quality. Native Granite Monu- 
ments in stock, nicely polished. 

Workmanship Guaranteed. Designs sent on application or by letter 
or otherwise. 

J. 3ICINTYRE, Proprietor. 

Telephone 50. P. O. Box 22, 

R. S. BREMNER, 

Notary Public. Brakcr, 
and Commission Merchant. 

Harvey's Building, 87 Water- st. East. 
St. John*s. Newfoundland. 

ROBT. STRANG 

193 Water Street, St. John's. 

Dealer in Ales, Wines, Spirits and Cigars. 

iW We carry the following choice blends of Whiskey : " Buch- 
anan's Royal Household " and " Black and White," also " Teacher's 
Extra Special." 



32 AD VER TISEMENTS. 



JOHN COADY, 

272 Water Street, 

WINE AND SFJIU T MERCH VNT. 



/^ A high Hijule of CIGARS. CIGARETTES and TOBACCOS 
Jilways in .Stocic. Oiitpoit Oidei-s given pioiiipt atteuHon. 



INDEX. 



Page 
Agriculture and Mines — Depart- 
ment of 187 

Agriculture and Mines — Minister 187 
Agricultural Stock and Produce 

in Newfoundland, Census 1902 328 

Archbishop, Roman Catholic... . 262 

Assemljly — House of 18 

Attorney General 166 

Auditor General and Office 20 

Bailiffs in St. John's 173 

Bank Fishery, lyO'J-l'JlO 322 

Banks in Newfoundland 272 

Barristers and Solicitors, Su- 
preme Court 167 

Bishops — Church of England . . . 259 

Roman Catholic 262 

Block House, Signal Station .... 194 

Boards of Education, viz. : — 

Church of England (see app) 152 

Roman Catholic (see app.). . ir,6 

Methodi-st (see appendix) . . 160 

Presbyterian 164 

Congregational 164 

Salvation Army 164 

Boards — Road (see appendix) . . 236 

Board of Works 2.32 

British Ministry, The 16 

Broker (Authorized Customs) . . 185 

Calendar of Months, &o., 1911 . . 4-15 
Canadian Trade Commissioner 

in Newfoundland 275 

Chief Justice ... 1G7 

Chief Towns and Villages in Nfld. 

—Population of (Census 190] ). 327 

Circuits of Courts 166 

Clergymen of the Church of Eng- 
land in Newfoundland 260 

■Clergymen of the Roman Catholic 

Church in Newfoundland .... 262 
Clergymen of the Methodist Ch. 

in Newfoundland 264 

Clergymen of the Presbyterian 

Church in Newfoundland .... 267 
Clergymen of the Congregational 

Church in Newfoundland .... 267 

Clerks of the Peace 174 

Clerks of the Supreme Court .. 167 

Close Time for Fish and Game. . 287 

Collector of Customs, Assistant. 185 

-Colleges, viz. : 

Church of England 1.50 

Theological (Ch. of England). 262 



PAGE 
Colleges, viz. : 

St. Bonaventure's 155, 263 

Methodist (see appendix) .... 1P9 

Presbyterian.... 164 

Colonial and Continental Church 

Society 151 

Colonial Secretary and Depart- 
ment .... 21 

Commissioner of Charities and 

Office 2 

Commissioners under Lunacy Act 23 

Commissioners of Pilots 192 

Commissioners of Supreme Court 
within and without Nfld. (and 

see appendix) 168-171 

Commissioners of Wrecked Pro- 
perty (see appendix) 192 

Common Notes for the year 1911 .1 

Constables— Local 181 

Constables — St. John's and Out- 
port 181 

Constabulary 180 

Consuls — Foreign 27 

Convents 263, 264 

Council of Higher Education . . . 149 

Courts, viz. : — Supreme 166 

District 174 

Customs Department 185 

Customs Tariff (Official) 328 

Deer— Close Time for 287 

Debt — Public, of Newfoundland, 

1900-1 to 1909-10 325 

Dental Board 25 

Departments — Government, viz.: 

Agr culture and Mines 187 

And tor General 20 

Colonial Secretary 21 

Commissioner of Charities 

(Sub) 22 

Education (Sub) 149 

Finance and Customs 184 

Justice 166 

Marine and Fisheries 190 

Public Works 232 

PostOffice 25 

Departmental Officers 17 

Directory of Nfld. and Labrador 

—PostOffice 93-146 

Distances — Table of Newfound- 
land and Foreign 310-315 

District Courts 174 

District Surgeons 23 

Eclipses in 1911 

Education — Statistics 185 



II 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Educational — Gov't Boards of, viz. : 

Church of England (see app.) . 152 

Roman Cathol c (see app.).... 156 

Methodist (see app.) 100 

Presbyterian 1H4 

Congregational 1G4 

Salvation Army 104 

Education — Superintendents of. 149 
Educational (Sub) Department — 

Government 149-164 

Election, 1<J09— Result of 18 

Examiners for Granting Certifi- 
cates to School Teachers l.M, 155, 164 
EiaminerB for Granting Certifi- 
cates to Masters and Mates . . IflG 

Executive Council 17 

Executive Councils since 1855 .. 28'J 
Expenditure— Nfld. 1!)0()-1901 to 

1909-1(1 32.5 

Expenditure -Detailed Compa- 
rative Statement of Newfound- 
land, 1908-9, 1909-10 324 

Exports— Value of Newfoundl'd, 

1900-1 to 19)9-10 325 

Exports — Principal Articles of, 

1907-8 to 190.9-10 321 

Exports of Newfoundland to each 

Country, 1905-6 to 1909-10 319 

Factories, Mills, &c., in New- 
foundland (Census 1901) 326 

Ferries and Ferrymen 232 

Finance — Department of 184 

Finance Minister 184 

Fiona. S. S 191 

Fish— Close Time for 287 

Fisheries- Bank and Seal 322 

Fisheries' Board 191 

Fishing Stock, etc. (Census 1901) 327 

Fire Department — Constabulary 183 
Fog Signals— Ntid., Canadian in 

Nfld., and St. Pierre 199-2.S1 

Franked Letters 2.) 

Game— Close Time for 287 

€rame Protection Board 191 

Gaols and Gaolers 184 

Government Engineer 21 

Governor of Newfoundland .... 17 

Governors of Nfld. since 1729 . . . 288 

Governor's Private Secretary ... 17 

Harbor Dues, St. John's 195 

Harbor Master, St. John's 195 

Health Ogicers, St. John's and 

Oatports 23 

High and Low Water- Time of, 

in Newfoundland Harbors .... 317 

Higher Education— Council of . . 149 
Hospitals, St- John's &Outport8 23, 24 

House of Assembly 18 

Imports — Value of Newfoundl'd, 

1900-1 to 1909-10 325 



PAGE 

Imports of Newfoundland from 

each Country, 190.5-6 to lt)09-10 .318 
Imports — Principal Articles of, 

1907-8 to 1909-10 320' 

Incorporated Bodies 285 

Inspector-Gen. of Constabulary. 180 

Inspectors of Pickled Fish & Oils 191 

Inspectors of Schools 149 

Inspectors of Weights and Mea- 
sures (and see appendix) 21 

Judges — Supreme Court 167 

District Courts 174 

Justices of the Peace (sec app.) . 174 

Keepers of Half wa}' Houses .... 232 
Keepers of Lighthouses in Nfld. 199-231 

K ng's Counsel 167 

King's Printer 270 

Latitude k Longitude of various 

Harbors in Newfoundland .... 316 

Law Society 167 

Legislation — Synopsis of 304 

Legislative Council 17 

Light Dues 195, 188 

Lighthouses in Nfld. : Canadian 

in Nfld. and St. Pierre 199-2.31 

Lloyd's Surveyor 191 

Loans. Nfld. Debenture & Pub- 
lic Debt, 1900-1 to 1909-10 325 

Lunatic Asylum 23^ 

Magistrates — Stipendiary (see 

appendix) 174 

Mails, Despatch and Receipt of, 

St. John's 77 

Mail.s — Information Relative to 

Route and Despatch of 77-90 

Marine and Fisheries — Depart- 
ment of 190 

Marine & Fisheries — Minister of 190 
Masters & Mates — Rules relative 
to Examination and Fees for 

Certificates for 197 

Masters, Supreme Court 167 

Mayor, St. John's 270 

Medical Board 24 

Medical Pract tioners in Nfld. .. 24 

Mercantile Marine Office 192 

aieteorological Register, 1910 .. 4-15 

Minister of Agriculture & Mines. 187 

Minister of Finance and Customs 184 

Minister of Justice .... .... 166 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries 190^ 

Minister, Prime 21 

Minister of Public Works 232 

Ministrv— The British 16 

Money "Order Offices, Nfld 32" 

Money Orders — Rules relative to 

and Commission on 31 

Money Orders, List of Countries 

to which they may be sent.... 93. 

Moon, Phases of —1911 4-15 

Museum 188 



INDEX. 



Ill 



PAGE 

Municipal— Office and Officers, 

St. John's 270 

Municipal Asseasm't, St. John's. 271 

Newspapers printed in the Col'y 

(see appendix) 267 

Notaries Public (see app.) 179 

Obseri'atary — Keej^er of 22 

Officials, Government — and see 
appendix, viz. : 

Agriculture and Mines — De- 
partment of 187 

Auditor-General — Depart, of .. 20 
Charities — Public. Sub-Depart- 
ment of 

Colonial Secretary — Depart- 
ment of the 21 

Constabulary 180 

Customs — Depart, of (see app.) 185 

Departmental 17 

Educat on — Sub-Depart, of . . 141) 

Finance— Department of .... 184 

Government Engineer's Office. 21 

Government House 17 

House of Assembly 20 

Justice — Department of 16G 

Legislative Council 17 

Legislature 20 

Lighthouses 199-22:') 

Magistracy 174 

Marine and Fisheries — Depart- 
ment of 190 

Penitentiary 184 

Police Courts 174 

Post Office — Department of . . 2.") 

Postal Telegraphs 147 

Prime Minister 21 

Public Charities — Sub-Depart- 
ment of 22 

Public Works — Department of 2S2 

Supreme Court 164 

Parcel Post and Rates 35-76 

Patents in force in Newfoundl'd. 278 

Penitentiary 184 

Pickled Fish and Oils— Inspec- 
tors of 191 

Pillar Boxes in St. John's 27 

Pilots and Commissioners of 

Pilots 192 

Pilotage— Rates of 193 

Police Force, St. John's and Out- 
ports 181-3 

Poor Asylum, St. John's 24 

Population of Chief Towns and 

Villages in Nfld. (Census 1901) 327 
Population of Nfld. according to 

Denomination (Census 1901) .. .326 
Population of Nfld., Male and 

Female (Census 1901) ,327 

Population, St. John's, (Census 

1901) 17 

Port Charges, St John's 196 



PAGE 
Postal Rates — Local, Inland and 

Foreign 28-30 

Postal Orders 34 

Postal Telegraphs 147 

Postmaster General 25 

Post Office — Department of the. 25 

Post Office Directory 93 14& 

Post Office General Directions to 

thePublic 90 

Post Office Parcel Po t & Rates. 35-64 

Post Office Branch, St. John's . . 26 

Post Office Pillar Boxes, do. .. 27 
Post Office Rules & Regulations, 

re-deliverj' 27 

Post Offices in Outports 65-75 

Preventive Officers 186- 

Prime Minister and Office 21 

Proclamations Prohibiting Sale 

of Intoxicating Liquors 292 

Proclamations under Sheep Pro- 
tection Acts 297 

Public Charities, Sub-Dept. of.. 22 

Commissioner of ........ 22 

Public DeV)t of Newfoundland, 

1900-1 to 1909-10 325 

Public Debt Office 184 

Public Works— Department of. . 232 

Ministerof 232 

Quarantine Officer 196 

Registrar General Births, &c., 

and Office 21 

Registrar of Shipping 186 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve . 186 

Registrar of Deeds 166 

Relieving Officers in Outports . . 22 
Revenue of Newfoundland, 1900- 

1901 t" 1909-1910 325 

Revenue of Newfoundland, Com- 
parative Detailed Statement 

of 1908-9. 1909-10 323 

Road Boards — Outports (see ap- 
pendix) 236 

Road Inspector — Outport 2.32 

Road Inspectors — St. John's. .. . 232 

Royal Family 16 

Rulers of some of the Chief 

Countries of the World 3 

Salvation Army — Officers of, in 

Newfoundland 'JCS 

Sanitary Department, St John's 

Municipal Council 271 

''avings' Bank — Newfoundland . 272 

Seal Fishery 1909, 1910 322 

Seasons 

Sessions of Court 16fr 

Schools, viz. : 

Central Training 151 

Convents 156-158 

Holy Cross 156 

Mount Cashel (Industrial) ... 263 

St. Patrick's 156 

St. Vincent's (St. John's) .... 263 



IV 



LNDEX. 



PAGK 

Schools — Return of Government 1(>5 

Sheriff 107 

Sheriffs— Deputj', in Outports . . 172 

Sbipi)ing Maser and <lffice .... ]!l'2 

Shipping — Surveyors of 18(1 

Signals— lilock House UI4 

Solicitors of Supreme Court .... 108 

Stamp Vendors — LiccnKed 28 

Sub-Collectors of Customs (see 

appendix) 185 

Supreme Court 100 

Surveyor — Govt and Lloyds'... 191 

Surveyors — heputy Land 187 

Surveyors of Shippints 18i) 

Suryeyors of Lumber 188 

Surveyors of Pasnenger Accom- 
modation.... 187 

Super ntendent of Fisheries .... lilO 

Superintendents of Education . . 14!l 

Synod — Diocesan, of Nfld '2',2 

Tariff— Customs' (Official) :V2S 



FAGK 

Telegraph Stations — Govt. 147 

Do. Anglo-American 276 

Telegraph Operators — Govt 147 

Telegraph Rates— Local & For.. 149, 270 
Time — Difference of, between St. 

John's and Foreign Places .... 315 

Towage Rates 194 

Treasury Board 184 

Water Companies : — 

Harbor Grace 271 

Carbonear 272 

Rlacentia 272 

Water Rates — 

St. John's, Harbor Grace, Car- 
bonear and I'lacentia 271, 271' 

Water — Time of High or Low . . S17 
Weights and Measures — Inspec- 
tors of (and see app.) 21 

Wreck Commissioners (see app.) l!'i' 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Angel Engineering and Supply Co., 12 
Anglo-American Telegraph Co., 

(see oolured page). 
Ayi-e & .Sons, Ltd., Gcn'l Importcx'S 
(outside back cover). 

Barr. G M 18 

Balrd, James. Ltd., Gen. Importers 

and Merchants 29 

Baird, James C, (jlroccr and Wine 

Merchant ..30 

Bank of M ontreal 3 

Bank of Nova Scutia . , ' . . 22 

Bishop. Son.s & Co., General Mer- 
chants, (front cover). 
Bowring lirotlicrs. Limited, Ship- 
owners. &c. (before title page). 
Bremner, R. S., Notary Public, etc. 31 
Carneir.s Carriage Factory . . . . 7 

Carter, Geo. .1., General Importer . . 2 
Cash. James P., Wholesale and 

Retail Tobacconist 13 

Chaplin. King of Tailors 8 

Coady. John. Wine.s, Spirits, etc. . . 32 
Commercial Union Fire Insurance 

Company. Limited . . . . 1 

Connors, Frank J., Saddler. &c.. 

(befuro title page). 
Conroy, C. 0'.\.. Insurance .. .. 2 

C'Onstabxilary Fire Department . . 9 

(-onfederatioii Life and Riniouski 
Fire Insurance Con)panies, C. 
O'N. Conroy, General Agent .. 2 

Collins. P. F., Importer of Knglish 

and American Dry (ioods ., 28 
Cormack, John, Queen Fire Insur- 
ance Company 8 

Courtenay, H.. West End Pharmacy 12 
Channing's Drug Store .. 4 

Crosbie Hotel 20 

Customs' I ircular 21 

Diamond Lt-vi, Dealer in Stoves .. 6 

Donnelly. J. Fergus 26 

Donnelly, H. C, CJeneral Agent . . 6 

KUis, Wm. J., Contractor, &c. ,. 20 
Fraser.H. H., Maimfacturers'Agent 12 
Craden. G H., Aerated Waters .. 27 
Garland. S. E., Bookseller, &c. . . 10 

Gas Heaters 2 

Game Ijaws of Newfoundland . 5 

Godden & Co., Contractors, &c. .. 7 

Goodridge Jte Sons. Alan 22 

Gray & Goodland, Printers. &c., 

(after index). 
Harvey & Co., A , Manufacturers 

of Hard Bread, &o 16 

Hartfort Fire Insurance Company.. 18 



Hearn & Ci>., Wholesale Dealers .. 

Henley, J, J 

Horwond Lumber Company . . 

Job Brothers & Co., Importers of 

Hritish and .American Goods . . 

Martin Hardware Co 

Marshall Bros, (-ee colored page). 
Maunder, John, Tailor and Clothier 
McMurdo and Co., Wholesale and 

P.ctJiil Druggists 

McGrath Bros., Painters and Deeo- 

rato7s. Importers of Paints, &c.. 

" Money in It ' 

Motor Bouts 

Murray, Andrew II 

Newfoundland Po.stal Telegraphs, 

(see colored page). 

O'Neill, Thos 

Public Notice— Putting up Fish by 

Soiling Process 

Public Notice— Copper Smelt'g Act 
Queen Fire Insurance Comp'y, John 

Cormack, Agent 

Railway Pas.senger Assurance Co.. 
Rendell. & Co., Electric Bells, &c. . . 
Regulations under the Merchant's 

Shipping Act 

Ren nic Baking Company 

■•Royal Gazette" Printing Office, 

(before title page). 
Ho>al Insiu'ance Company, Job 

Brothers & Co , Agents 
Ryan. J. D., Wholesale Grocer 
Shea, P. J., Family Grocer .. 
Scotch AVhiskey. Thos. O'Neill 

Some Leading Lines 

Stabb & Co., H. J., Estate Agents 

and General Merchants . . 
Standard Life Itisurance Company. 
Standard Marlile Works 
Strang, Uolicrt, Wines and Spirits.. 
Stott. James, General Importer 
St. John's Gas Light Company 
Sinuott, Edward, Wines, &c. 
Standard Manufacturing Company 

Sheep Preservation 

.Sinalhvood, F. , Hoots and Shoes .. 
Slattery. H' . A., Dry Goods 
Sudbury Tanning Company . . 
Tem!)lctou, R.. General Importer .. 

Tobin, .James J 

U. S. Picture and Portrait Co., Gen- 
Importers & House Furnishers. 

West End Pharmacy 

Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist.. 
Wood, F. B 



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APPENDIX. 



{Corrected to " Oazette " of January 10th, 1911.) 

INSPECTORS OF \VEIGHTS AND MEASURES-page 21. 

For Ochre Pit Oove to Lower Maud Cove, read Bay de Verde to, d-c. 
Add Lode's Cove to Englce (both inc.), Benjamin Carey (Couche). 

" Canada Harbor to Partridije Point (both inc.), H. T. Robinson, 
(Seal Cove). 

" Fleur de Lys to La Scie (both inc.), Win. A. Toms (La Scie). 

CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOARDS OF EDUCATION-p. 151. 

2G. C'dfu/uia— Replaco L. Mills and E. O. Stone by Doiigakl White 
and Saniiiel MitHeii. 

42. Notre Dame Bay North — Add John Jone.". 

51. Rose Blanche — Replace Job Kideoiit and Wni. Horwood hy Cha-:. 
Rideout and Ernest Moore. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC BOARDS OF EDUCATION-p. 156. 

28. Holyrood — Replace John B. Veilch by Michael O'Ruuike. 
36. Trinity South — Replace Rev. James Donnelly by Rev. VV. P. Finn. 
42. i*o(/o— Replace Rev. W. P. Finn by Rev. Edwat-1 O'Brien 
44. Little Bay -Replace Rev. J. J. Nugent by Rev. J. S. Kavanagh. 
46. Conche— To be the Board— Rev. G. A. Thibault, John Norri«, 
J. D. Fitzgerald, Benjamin Carey, Thomas Drjver, sr. 

METHODIST BOARDS OF EDUCATION, &c.-p. 159. 
Board of Governors Methodist College. 
Omit Rev. Jesse Heyfield. 

Boards. 

6. Briyus — Replace John Siuacklin by John Wilcox. 

16. IVedern Bay — Replace Levi Butt by Nathaniel Butt. 

26- Random iV"or</i— Replace M. Pelley by Fred. Pelley. 

30. Bonavista — Replace George Saint l\y Lewis Little. 

60. £';3u-oH/i— Replace R. Hollett, Tlios. Hodner, Thos. Bugdeu and 
Wm. Paul by Wilson Shave, Jas. Mm ley, Ernest Bradley and Thomas 
Roberts, 

63. Garnish -To be the Board — James Anstey, Ernest Lorenzen, Eli 
Walters, Jos. B. Grandy, Josiah Grandy, John Tapper. 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES-p. m. 

Bell Island — Insert Philip F. Power. 



APPENDIX. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACB.-p. 174. 

Colony — Add Adams, JaniL's, Adam's Cove. 

Strong, .lames, Little Bay Islands. 
Flyiin, Michael T., Mortier Bay. 
Clarke, George W., Spriug.iale (N.D.B.). 
Omit Burgess, .1. E , Burin. 
Simpson, R, Carbonear. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC-p. 17!i. 

Add Gardner, T. A., Southern District, Bonne Bay. 
Penney, AH'red, J.P., Colony, Carbonear. 

SUB-COLLECTORS OF CTJSTOMS-p. 185. 

Bay of Islands — Replace A. McEchren by M. J. McEvoy. 
Trinity — Replace George Christian by Malcolm Jenkins. 

AVRECK COMMISSIONERS-p. 192. 
Lock's Cove to Englee (both inc.) — John D. Fitzgerald (Conclie). 

ROAD BOARDS. 

District of Twillinoate— page 238. 

Cotlles Island — To be the Board — W. H. Philpots, Samuel King, 
Zebedee Flight, Fred. P<iole, Samuel Ridout. Omit No. 69. 

Luke's Arm — Kenneth Ri'iout, Charles Froud, Parmenas Ridout. 

27. Dark Ttrfig— Replace George Fudge by Frank E. Fudge. 

District of Fogo — page 243. 

12. Gander Bay, S.-S'.— Add Arthur Blake. 
District of Box avista— page 243. 

31. Oannini/s Coce — Replace Board by John Pitt.?, Hy. T. Cliatman, 
Thos. Penney, John Simniouds, Edward L. Chatman 

39 Indian /tr/ji— Replace Board by Ed. Humby (of Henry), Joseph 
Fry, Absalcm Fry, John Greening, Michael HoUahan, William Brennan, 
Nicholas Gushue. 

District of Trinity — page 245. 

41. Chance Cove — Add John Peddle ; omit George Brace. 

District of Port- de-Grave — page 250. 

11. Brigus — Replace James Burke and Thomas Walker by William 
Burke and John Burke (of Wni.). 

District of Fortuxe BAY^page 255. 

28. Sagona— Add James Bungay, Richard Turner, William Bungay, 
Benjamin Snook (of George). 

35. Hermitaoe Cove— Add Richard Hard v. 



APPENDIX. 



COMMISSIONERS SUPREME COURT AVITHOUT 

NEWFOUNDLAND— page 170. 

Movcion, N H —Viunk IilcCurily, K.C. 

Bristol, Enylnnd — Replace Pair, Thomas, hy Bassnett, Henry, Sol. 

NEAVSPAPERS PRINTED IN COLONY -page 287. 

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