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A GIFT 

TO THE LIBRARY OF 

MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY 

OF NEWFOUNDLAND 

FROM THE COLLECTION OF 

J. R. SMALLWOOD 



A D VERTISEMENTS. 



FRANK cJ. CONNORS, 



Water Street East, 
St. John's, Nfld. 



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St John's Gas Light Co. 



Informal 




YOU know those quiet, 
informal, delightful little 
dinners at home. Perhaps 
three or four simple but 
perfectly cooked dishes — 
a ladleful of clear soup, a 
morsel or so of fish, the 
wing of a chicken, and a 
sweet. All these are pos- 
sible, with management 
and one good servant, if 
a gascooker is in the kit- 
chen. 



St^ John's, - Newfoundland. 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



Cables : Codes^Scott's, Watkins, A. B.C. 

" BOWRING," ST. JOHN'S. Western Union, Premier. 

Bowrino Bros. 



-LIMITED- 



SHIPOWNERS, BROKERS, & GENE- 
RftL MERCHANTS. 



-AGENTS FOK- 



Lloyd's London Salvage^ Associatioa, New Swiss Lloyd's, 
Natioual Board of Marine I'nderwriters of New York, 

Liverpool and Glasgow L^nderwriters. 

Liverpool & London & Globe Fire Insurance Company. 

New York, Newfoundland and Halifax Steamship Company. 

English and American Steam Shipping Company. 

EXPORTERS OF 



Codfish, Salmon, Herring, Seal Oil, 
Seal Skins and Lobsters. 



liEPKESENTED BY- 



C. T. BOWRING & CO., LIMITED. 

Liverpool, London and Cardiif. 

BOWRING & COMPAfJY, 

New York & San Francisfo. 

Owners of the Newfoundland Koyal Mail Steamers "Portia' 

and "Prospero," plying between St. John's and 

Western and Northern Outports. 



«^ AS 

H-3U 



Year Book and AlmanaC 

of Newfoundland 

1917: 



Containing a Calendar and Nautical Intelligence 

for the Year ; 

Authentic aad Valuable Information relating to Public 

Offices, Institutions, Banks, etc., 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. 






ST. JOHN'S, N. F. 

J. W. WITHEBS, KINGS PniNTER. 

1917. 




ADVERTISEMENT. 



Cable Address : " OUTER;' St. John's. Telephone 60. 

P. E. OUTERBRIDGE, 

BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. 



-SOLE AGENT fN NEWFOUNDLAND FOB- 



Thc Welch Grape Juice Co., Westfield, N. Y. 

The Pure Gold Manufact'g Co. Extracts, Jelly, Icings, etc., Toronto, Ont. 

Huntley & Palmers, Ltd., Biscuit Manufacturers, Reading, England. 

Crosse & Blackwell, Ltd.,' Wholesale Grocers, London, England. 

Jas. Pascall, Ltd., High Class Confectionery, Londoa, England. 

W. A. Ross & Sons, Ltd., Dry Ginger Ale, etc., Belfast, Ireland. 

W. Clark, Ltd., Pork and Beans, etc., Montreal, Canada. 

J. Millhoff & Co., Ltd., "De Keszke" Cigarettes, London, England. 

The Thos. D. Murphy & Co., Advertising Calendars and Blotters, 

Red Oak, Iowa, U.S.A. 
Royal Print and Litho, Ltd., Loose Leaf Systems, Halifax, N. S. 
The General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada. 
Accident and Sickness Insurance, Toronto, Ont. 



BROKKE FOR • 



Samuel Harris, Ltd., Grand Bank. Elliott & Co., Change Island*. 
The Marystown Trading Co., Marystown. 

custom's brokek and forwarder fob 

The Red Cross Line. The Black Diamond Lin«. 

COMMERCIAL CHAMBERS, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

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COMMON NOTES FOR THE YEAR 1917. 



Easter Sunday April 8 

Rogation Sunday May 13 

Ascension Day " 17 

Whitsunday " 27 

Trinity Sunday June 8 

Corpus Christi '" 7 

1st Sunday in Advent Deo. 2 

Christmas Day, Tuesday Deo, 25 

Birth of King George V., 1865 ... June 3 

Birth of Prince of Wales, 1894.. June 23 



Golden Number XVIII 

Epact 6 

Solar Cycle 22 

Roman Indiction 15 

Dominical Letter G 

Julian Period (Year of) 6630 

Sundays after Trinity 25 

Septuagesima Sunday Feb. 4 

Ash Wednesday Feb. 21 

St. Patrick's Day Mar. 17 

Good Friday April 6 

ECIilPSES, 1917. 

During the year 1917 there will he seven eclipses, four of the Sun, and three 
of the Moon : 

1. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, Jan. 7, 1917, partly visible at Greenwich ; the 
beginning visible generally in Central and Western Europe, N. W. Africa, North 
and South America, and the Central and Eastern portions of the Pacific Ocean ; 
the ending visible generally in North America, North West South America, North 
and North East Asia, and Eastern Australia. 

2. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, January 12, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 
". A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, June 18 & 19, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 

4. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, July 4, 1917, partly visible at Greenwich ; the 
beginning visiole generally in Asia, except the N. B. portion, Australia, Africa, 
Europe except the N. W. portions, and the South Atlantic Ocean ithe ending visi- 
bleigenerally in Western Australia, S. W. Asia, Europe, Africa and South America. 

5. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, July 18, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 

6. An annular Eclipse of the Sun, December 13, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 

7. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, December 27, 1917, invisible at Greenwich ; the 
beginning generally in North and South America, throughout the Pacific Ocean, 
and the extreme North Eastern portions of Asia ; the ending visible generally in 
North America, throughout the Pacific Ocean, in Eastern Asia and Australia. 

SEASONS. 

Spring commences March 21 I Autumn commences Sept. 23 

Summer " June 22 | Winter " Dec. 22 

RULERS OF SOME OF THE CHIEF COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. 



Country, 


Ruler. 


Born. 


Acceded. 


Austria-Hungary 


Charles, Emperor ... ... 


1887 
1875 
1861 

1870 
1841 
1859 
1868 
1869 
1879 

1880 
1872 

1865 
1868 
1886 
1858 

1844 
1855 
1856 
1854 


1916 


Belgium 


Albert I., King of the Belgians 


1909 


Bulgaria 


Ferdinand, King 


1887 


China 




Denmark 


Christian X., King 


1912 


Prance 


Raymond Poincar§, President 

William II,, Emperor . 


1913 


Germany .. . 


1888 


Greece 


Constantine, King of the Hellenes 

Victor Emmanuel III., King 

Yoshihito, Emperor 


1913 


Italy 


1900 


Japan 


W12 


Mexico 


Venustino, Ca.na.mdL President 


1914 


Netherlands . 


Wilhelniina, Queen 


1890 


Norway 


Haakon VII., A'i«(? 


1905 


Portugal 


Manuel d'Arriaga, President 


1911 


Roumania 


Ferdinand, King 


1914 


Russia 


Nicholas II. , Emperor 


1894 


Spain 


Alfonso XIII. , King 


1886 


Sweden 


Gustavus V , King 


1907 


Switzerland 


Guiseppe Motta, President 


1915 


Turkey 


Mehemed V.. Sultan 


1909 


U. States of Brazil 


Hermas da Fonseca, President 


1910 


United States 


Woodrow Wilson, President , 


1913 


Pop* of Eon « ^ 


Benedict X V. f della Chiesa; 


1914 



ADVERTISEMENT. 



CahU Address : " OUTER," St. John's. Telephone €0. 

P. E. OUTERBRIDGE, 

BROKER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. 



-SOLE AGENT TN NEWFOUNDLAND FOR- 



Thc Welch Grape Juice Co., Westtield, N. Y. 

The Pure Gold Maaufact'g Co. Extracts, Jelly, Icings, etc., Toronto, Ont. 

Huntley & Palmers, Ltd., Biscuit Manufacturers, Reading, England. 

Crosse & Blackwell, Ltd.,' Wholesale Grocers, London, England. 

Jas. Pascall, Ltd., High Class Confectionery, Londoa, England. 

W. A. Ross & Sons, Ltd., Dry Ginger Ale, etc., Belfast, Ireland. 

W. Clark, Ltd., Pork and Beans, etc., Montreal, Canada. 

J. Millhoff & Co., Ltd., "De Keszke" Cigarettes, London, England. 

The Thos. D. Murphy & Co., Advertising Calendars and Blotters, 

Red Oak, Iowa, U.S.A. 
Royal Print and Litho, Ltd., Loose Leaf Systems, Halifax, N. S. 
The General Accident Assurance Co. of Canada. 
Accident and Sickness Insurance, Toronto, Ont. 

BROKKE FOR 



Samuel Harris, Ltd., Grand Bank. Elliott & Co., Change Islands. 
The Marystown Trading Co., Marystown. 

custom's broker and forwarder fob 

The Red Cross Line. The Black Diamond Lina. 

COMMERCIAL CHAMBERS, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 










i^pi 



COMMON NOTES FOR THE YEAR 1917. 



Easter Sunday April 8 

Rogation Sunday May 13 

Ascension Day " 17 

Whitsunday " 27 

Trinity Sunday June 3 

Corpus Christi '" 7 

1st Sunday in Advent Deo. 2 

Christmas Day, Tuesday Dec. 25 

Birth of King George V., 1865 ... June 3 

Birth of Prince of Wales, 1894.. June 23 



Golden Number XVIII 

Epact 6 

Solar Cycle 22 

Roman Indiction 15 

Dominical Letter G 

Julian Period (Year of) 6630 

Sundays after Trinity 25 

Septuagesima Sunday Feb. 4 

Ash Wednesday Feb. 21 

St. Patrick's Day Mar. 17 

Good Friday April 6 

EOIilPSES, 1917. 

During the year 1917 there will be seven eclipses, four of the Sun, and three 
of the Moon : 

1. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, Jan. 7, 1917, partly visible at Greenwich ; the 
beginning visible generally in Central and Western Europe, N. W. Africa, North 
and South America, and the Central and Eastern portions of the Pacific Ocean ; 
the ending visible generally in North America, North West South America, North 
and North East Asia, and Eastern Australia. 

2. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, January 12, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 
.". A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, June 18 & 19, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 

4. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, July 4, 1917, partly visible at Greenwich; the 
beginning visiole generally in Asia, except the N. E. portion, Australia, Africa, 
Europe except the N. W. portions, and the South Atlantic Ocean ;the ending visi- 
bleigenerally in Western Australia, S. W. Asia, Europe, Africa and South America. 

5. A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, July 18, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 

6. An annular Eclipse of the Sun, December 13, 1917, invisible at Greenwich. 

7. A Total Eclipse of the Moon, December 27, 1917, invisible at Greenwich ; the 
beginning generally in North and South America, throughout the Pacific Ocean, 
and the extreme North Eastern portions of Asia ; the ending visible generally in 
North America, throughout the Pacific Ocean, in Eastern Asia and Australia. 

SEASONS. 

Spriug commences March 21 I Autumn comnienoes Sept, 23 



Summer 



June 22 



I 



Winter 



Dec. 22 



RULERS OF SOME OF THE CHIEF COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. 



Country, 


RULEB. 


Born. 


Acceded. 


Austria-Hungary .... 


Charles, Emperor 


1887 
1875 
1861 

1870 
1841 
1859 
1868 
1869 
1879 

1886 
1872 

1865 
1868 
1886 
1858 



1844 
1855 
1856 
1854 


1916 


Belgium 


Albert I., King of the Belgians 


1909 


Bu Igaria 


Ferdinand, King 


1887 


China 




Denmark 


Christian X., King 


1912 


France 


Raymond Poincarg, President 

William II., Emperor 


1913 


Germany 


1888 


Greece 


Con Stan tine. King of the Hellenes 

Victor Emmanuel III., King 

Yoshihito, Emperor 


1913 


Italy 


1900 


Japan 


1912 


Mexico .... 


Venustino, Carranza President 


1914 


Netherlands .... 


Wilhelmina, Queen 


1890 


Norway 


Haakon VII., King 


1905 


Portugal 


Manuel d'Arriaga, President 


1911 


Roumania 


Ferdi nand. King 


1914 


Russia 


Nicholas 11., Emperor 


1894 


Spain 


Alfonso XIII., King 


1886 


Sweden 


Gustavus V. , King 


1907 


Switzerland 


Guiseppe Motta, President 


1915 


Turkey 


Mehemed V.. Sultan 


1909 


U. States of Brazil 


Hermas da Fonseca, President 


1910 


United States 


Woodrow Wilson, President 


1913 


Popi of E»E » ^ 


Benedict XV. fdellft Chiesa; 


1914 



Calendar. 



JANUARY, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



- 8th day, llh. 13ni., a.m. 
-15th day, 3h. 13m., p.m. 



New Moon — 22nd day, llh. 11m., a.m. 
First Quarter —29th day, 4h. 33m., a.m. 



1st Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's. 




5 
o 


1 


Sun's 
Apparent 


g1 




1 

! 1i 


en 

2 


m 


i a High Water. 


O 


o 


• o 

1 


Declination. 






1 


1 


a 


i ^ : 












on. s- 


s. 


a.m. p.m. 


d, a. m. 


p. m. 


1 


1 


Mon. 


Si3 156 


12.10 


3.35 


1.18 


7 51 4 09 


7.65 1 33 


1 57 


2 


2 


Tues. 


22 56 52 


13.24 


4 3 


1.17 


7 51 4 09 


8.6.) 


1 59 


2 23 


3 


3 


Wed. 


22 51 21 


14.37 


4 31 


1.15 


7 51 4 09 


9.65 


3 15 


3 39 


4 


4 


Thur. 


22 45 22 


15 51 


4 58 


1.14 


7 51 4 09 


10.65 


4 06 


4 30 


5 


5 


Fri. 


22 38 56 


16.63 


5 25 


1.12 


7 51 4 09 


1165 


4 58 


5 22 


Q 


6 


Sat. 


22 32 04 


17.74 


5 52 


1.10 


7 45 4 15 


12.65 


5 51 


6 15 


7 


7 


Sun. 


22 24 45 


18.85 


6 18 


1.08 


7 45 4 15 


1365 


6 41 


7 05 


8 


8 


Mon. 


2,2 16 59 


19.95 


6 44 


1.06 


7 45 4 15 


14.65 


7 29 


7 53 


9 


9 Tues. 


22 8 47 


21.04 


7 9 


1.04 


7 45 4 15 


15.65 


8 24 


8 48 


10 


10!Wed. 


22 09 


22.12 


7 33 


1.02 


7 45 4 15 


1665 


8 58 


9 22 


11 


lljThur. 


21 51 05 


23.19 


7 57 


0.99 


7 45 4 15 


1765 


9 39 


10 03 


12 


121 Pri. 


21 41 36 


2425 


8 21 


0.97 


7 45 


4 15 


18.65'10 09 


10 33 


13 


13;Sat. 


21 31 45 


25.30 


8 44 


0.94 


7 45 


4 15 


19.65,11 01 


11 25 


14 


14 Sun. 


21 21 26 


2633 


9 6 


0.92 


7 39 


4 21 


20.65 


11 43 


07 


15 


15 Mon. 


21 10 42 


27-35 


9 28 


0.89 


7 39 


4 21 


21.65 


02 


26 


16 


16 Tues. 


20 59 33 


28.37 


9 49 


86 


7 39 


4 21 


22.65 


51 


1 15 


17 


17 Wed. 


20 48 01 


29.37 


10 9 


0.83 


7 39 


4 21 


23.65 


1 43 


2 07 


18 


ISThur, 


20 36 04 


30 35 


10 2.9 


0.80 


7 39 


4 21 


24.65 


2 40 


3 04 


19 


19 


Fri. 


20 23 45 


.31.32 


10 48 


0.77 


7 33 


4 27 


25.65 


3 43 


4 07 


20 


20 


Sat. 


20 1 1 02 


32.28 


11 6 


0.74 


7 33 


4 27 


26.65 


4 48 


5 12 


21 


21 


Sun. 


19 57 56 


33.22 


1123 


0.71 


7 33 


4 27 


27,65 


5 50 


6 14 


22 


22 


Mon. 


19 44 28 


34.14 


11 40 


0.68 


7 33 


4 27 


28.65 


6 47 


7 11 


23 


23|Tues. 


19 30 38 


35.05 


11 56 


0.65 


7 28 


4 32 


0.18 


7 46 


8 10 


24 


24 Wed. 


19 16 26 


.35.95 


12 11 


0.62 


7 28 


4 32 


1.18 


8 38 


9 02 


25 


25| 


Thur. 


19 1 53 


3682 


12 26 


0.58 


7 28 


4 32 


2.18 


9 32 


9 56 


26 


26; 


Fri. 


18 46 59 


37.68 


12 39 


0.55 


7 28 


4 32 


3.18 


10 23 


10 44 


27 


27, 


Sat. 


18 31 45 


38.52 


12 52 


0.51 


7 26 


4 34 


4.18 


11 13 


11 .37 


28 


28' 


Sun. 


18 16 10 


.39.. 35 


13 4 


0.48 


7 26 


4 34 


5.18 


11 38 


02 


29 


29, 


Mon. 


18 16 


40.16 


13 15 


0.45 


7 26 


4 34 


6.18 


28 


52 


30 


30, 


Tues. 


17 44 03 


40.95 


13 25 


041 


7 18 


4 42 


7.18 


1 18 


1 42 


31 


3l| 


Wed. 


17 27 31 


41.73 

1 


13 35 


0.38 


7 18 


4 42 


8.18 


2 11 


2 35 



*To be added to Apparent Time. 



Meteorological Reg-ister for the Month of January, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.36ii ; Lowest, 29.0.')0 ; Mean, 29.810. Thermometer— Highest. 
46 0; Lowest, 7.0; Mean Max. Temperature, 29.0 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 16 8- Mean 
Temperature, 21.9 ; Rain and Melted Snow, 2.83. Prevailing Winds— N.W — N 



Calendar, 



FEBRUARY, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon " — 7th day, 6h. .'J9ni., a. m. 
Last Quarter — 15th day, 5h. 24ra., a. m. 



New Moon — 21st day, '.Hi. 40m., p. m. 
First Quarter — 6th day, Sli. l.^m., p. m. 



2nd Month. 
28 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 




St. JoH^ 


s. 






5 

a 
o 

1^ 




Sun's , ^° 
Apparent s a 


tion of 
5 to be 
ed to 
. T. 


lurly 
iation. 


en 






High Water. 


O 


o 




Declination. 


w| 


Equa 

Tiirit 

add 




s 


c 

3 
CO 






1 1 






m. s. 


s. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


d. 


a. in. 


p.m.. 


32, I'Thur. 


S 17 10 .31 


42.49 


18 43 


0.34 


7 18 


4 42 


9.18 


3 03 


3 27 


33, 2Fri. 


16 53 22 


4323 


13 51 


0.31 


7 18 


4 42 


10.18 


3 55 


4 19 


34 


3 Sat. 


16 35 .56 


43.96 


13 58 


0.27 


7 18 


4 42 


11.18 


4 45 


5 09 


35 


4|SuN. 


16 18 12 


44.67 


14 04 


0.24 


7 13 


4 47 


12.18 


5 33 


5 27 


36 


5 Mon. 


16 00 12 


45.36 


14 09 


0.20 


7 13 


4 47 


1.3.18 


6 19 


6 43 


37 


GTues. 


15 41 55 


46.04 


14 14 


0.17 


7 13 


4 47 


14.18 


7 02 


7 26 


.38 


7; Wed. 


15 23 22 


46.70 


14 17 


0.13 


7 08 


4 52 


15.18 


7 44 


8 08 


39 


8 


Thnr. 


15 04 33 


47.35 


14 20 


0.10 


7 08 


4 .52 


16.18 


8 25 


8 49 


40 


9 


Pri. 


14 45 29 


47.-98 


14 22 


0.09 


7 08 


4 52 


17.18 


9 05 


9 29 


41 


10 


Sat. 


14 26 10 


48.59 


14 23 


004 


7 05 


4 55 


18.18 


9 47 


10 11 


42 


11 


Sun. 


14 06 37 


49.18 


14 24 


0.00 


7 05 


4 55 


19.18 


10 30 


10 54 


43 


12 


Mon. 


13 46 50 


49.76 


14 23 


0.03 


7 05 


4 55 


20.18 


11 15 


11 39 


44 


13 


Tue.s. 


13 26 49 


50.32 


14 23 


0.06 


7 00 


5 00 


21.18 


11 39 


03 


45 


14 


Wed. 


13 6.34 


50.87 


14 21 


0.09 


7 00 


5 00 


22.18 


33 


57 


46 


15 


Thur. 


12 46 07 


.51.39 


14 19 


0.12 


7 00 


5 00 


28.18 


1 80 


1 54 


47 


16 


Pri. 


12 25 27 


51.90 


14 15 


0.15 


6 56 


5 04 


24.18 


2 81 


2 55 


48 


17 


«,at. 


12 4.36 


51.40 


14 11 


0.18 


6 56 


5 04 


25.18 


3 32 


3 56 


49 


18 


Sux. 


11 43 32 


52.87 


14 07 


0.21 


6 56 


5 04 


26.18 


4 33 


4 54 


50 


19 


Mon. 


11 22 18 


53.32 


14 02 


23 


6 51 


5 09 


27.18 


5 32 


5 56 


51 


20 


Tues. 


11 00 53 


53.76 


13 56 


0.26 


6 51 


5 09 


28.18 


6 27 


6 51 


52 


21 


Wed. 


10 39 17 


54.18 


13 49 


0.29 


6 51 


5 09 


29.18 


7 21 


7 45 


53 


22 


Thur. 


10 17 3-2 


54.59 


13 42 


0.31 


6 46 


5 14 


0.74 


8 08 


8 32 


54 


23 


Pri. 


9 55 37 


54.97 


13 34 


0.34 


6 46 


5 14 


1.74 


9 01 


9 25 


55 


24 


Sat. 


9 33 33 


55..33 


13 26 


0.37 


3 46 


5 14 


2.74 


9 51 


10 15 


56 


25 


Sun. 


9 1121 


55.68 


13 17 


0.39 


6 40 


5 20 


8.74 


10 43 


11 07 


57 


26 


Mon. 


8 49 0-1 


56.01 


13 07 


0.42 


6 40 


5 20 


4.74 


11 85 


11 59 


58 27 


Tues. 


8 26 33 


56.31 


12 56 


0.44 


6 40 


5 20 


5.74 


03 


27 


59 28 


Wed. 


8 03 58 


56.61 


12 46 


0.46 


6 86 


5 24 


6.73 


48 


1 07 



Meteorological Register for the Month of February, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.350 ; Lowest, 2P.060 ; Mean, 29.010. Thermometer— Highest, 
47.0; Lowest, —.10; Mean Max. Temperature, 29.1; Mean Min. Temperature, 16.0; Mean 
Temperature, 22.1; Rain and Melted Snow (inches), 6.80 ; Prevailing Winds, N.W,— N. 



Calendar. 



MARCH, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon — 9th day, Ih. 29m., a. m. 
Last Quarter — 16th day, 4h. 4in., p. m. 



New Moon —23rd day, 7h. 36m., p. m. 
First Quarter— SOth day, 2h. Tm., a. m. 



3bd Month. 


31 Days. 




ji 








.M 


5? 


a 


<u 


(H 


H 


&: 


%. 




*•-< 


o 


o 


o 1 


>, 


t>. 


s» 1 


« 


* 


« 


a 


« 


O ' 



Apparent Noon at Gbeknwich. 




Si 


. John's 




^1 

M C 
5 


.2 ~ 


>.i 


50 


i2 


«• 1 
^ 1 


Sun's Declina- 
tion. 


Equati 

of Timet 

added 

A. T 




D, 
C 


a 


Moon's 



High Water. 



60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
55 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 



1 


Thur. 


2 


Fri. 


3 


Sat. 


4 


S^^^ 


5 


Mon. 


6 


Tue.s. 


7 


Wed. 


8 


Thur. 


9 


Fri. 


10 


Sat. 


11 


Sun. 


12 


Mon. 


13 


Tues. 


14 


Wed. 


15 


Thur. 


16 


F>i. 


17 


Sat. 


18 


Sun. 


19 


Mon. 


20 


Tues. 


21 


Wed. 


22 


Thur. 


23 


Kri. 


24 


.•^at. 


25 


Sun. 


26 


Mon. 


27 


Tues. 


28 


Wed. 


29 


Thur. 


30 


Eri. 


31 


Sat. 



41 15 

18 27 

56 32 

32 31 

09 25 

46 14 

22 59 

59 39 

36 15 

12 88 

40 17 

25 44 

02 08 
38 30 
14 50 
51 09 
27 27 

03 44 
40 01 

S 16 18 

NO 07 25 

3] 07 

54 47 



18 26 
42 02 
05 36 
20 08 
52 36 
16 01 
39 21 
02 38 



56.89 
57.16 
54.41 
57.64 
57.81 
58.05 
58.24 
58.41 
58.56 
58.71 
58.83 
58.94 
59.04 
50.12 
59.19 
59.24 
59.27 
59.29 
59.30 
59.28 
59.25 
'{59.21 
59.15 
i59.07 
58.97 
58,87 
58.74 
58.60 
58.45 
53.28 
,58.10 



m. s. 


s. 


13 34 


0.49 


12 22 


0.51 


12 10 


0.53 


11 57 


0.55 


11 44 


0.57 


11 30 


0.59 


11 16 


0.60 


11 01 


0.62 


10 46 


0.63 


10 30 


0.65 


10 15 , 


0.66 


9 59 


0.67 


9 42 


0,69 


9 26 


0.69 


9 09 


0.71 


8 52 


0.71 


8 34 


0.72 


8 1/ 


0,73 


7 59 


0.74 


7 41 


0.74 


7 24 


0.75 


7 06 


0.75 


6 47 


0.76 


6 29 


0.76 


6 11 


0.76 


6 53 


0.76 


5 34 


0.76 


5 16 


0.76 


% 58 


0.76 


4 40 


0.76 


4 21 


0,76 



a.m. 
6.36 
6.30 
6.30 
6.26 
6.26 
6.26 
6.22 
6.22 
6.17 



p. in 

6 74 



6.17 5 



6.17 
6.17 
6.13 
6.13 



d 




7 


54 


8 


74 


9 


74 


10 


74 


U 


74 


12 


74 


13 


74 


14 


74 


15 


74 



3 28 

4 14 



p.m. 
2 13 



6.00 5 56 



6,09 
6.04 
6.04 
6.04 
6.00 
6.00 
^.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.51 
5.51 
42 



51 

56 

56 

56 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

6 00 

6 09 

6 09 

6 18 

6 18 

6 18 

6 18 



|16 74 


8 20 


17 74 


9 00 


IS 74 


9 58 


19 74 


10 49 


20 74 


11 44 


21 74 


17 


22 74 


1 16 


23 74 


2 15 


24 74 


3 11 


25 74 


4 06 


26 74 


4 59 


27 74 


5 50 


28 74 


7 07 


33 


7 30 


1.33 


8 31 


2 33 


9 12 


3 33 


10 06; 


4 33 


11 03} 


5 33 


11 56 


6 33 


24 


7 33 


1 14 


8 33 


2 01 



03 
52 
38 
22 
04 
4'5 
26 
4n 

8 5u, 

9 24 
10 22 



13 

08 



41 



44 
39 
35 
30 
2J? 

6 14 

7 31 
'7 54 

8 45 

9 36 
10 30 
\<\ 27 

20 

48 

1 38 

2 25 



Meteorolog'ical Keg-ister for the Month of March, 1916. 

Barometer— Highest, 30.120; Lowest, 28.900; Mean, -29.680. Thermometer— Highest, 
38.0; Lowest, 5.0; Mean Max. Temperature. 31.6; Mean Min. Temperature, 19.10; Mean 
r«Bip9rature, 25.8 ; 3ain atid Melted Snow (inches), 4.82 Prevailing Winds, N.— N.e". 



Ualencli 



enaar, 



APRIL., 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



- 7th day, 5h. 19ra., p.m. 
-14th day, llh. 43m., i..m. 



New Moon 
First Quarter 



-22ndMay, 
-29th day. 



5h. 32m., p.m. 
8h. 63m., a.m. 



4th Month. 
30 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Gbeenwich. 



Sun's Declina- 
tion. 



Si 



.2 aS 



^p 






St. John's 



Pi 

e 
a 

02 






a 
o 
o 



High Water. 



91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

96 

97 

98 

99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 

106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 



1 


Sun. 


•J, 


Mon. 


3 


Tues. 


4 


Wed. 


5 


Thur. 


6 


Fri. 


7 


Sat. 


8 


Sun. 


9 


Moil. 


10 


Tues. 


11 


Wed. 


12 


Thur. 


13 


Fri. 1 


14 


Sat. 


15 


Sun. 


16 


Mon. 


17 


Tues. 


18 


Wed. 


19 


Thur. 


20 


Fri. 


21 


Sat. 


22 


Sun. 


23 


Mon. 


24 


Tues. i 


25 


Wed. 


26 


Thur. : 


27 


Fri. 1 


28 


Sat. i 


29 


Sun. 


30 


Mon. 



n 4 25 50 

4 48 57 

5 11 59 
5 34 55 

5 57 46 

6 20 30 

6 43 08 

7 05 39 

7 18 03 
* 7 50 19 

8 12 27 
8 34 28 

8 56 19 

9 18 03 
9 39 36 

10 01 01 
10 22 16 

10 43 20 
U 04 14 

11 24 57 

11 45 29 

12 05 49 
12 25 57 

12 45 53 

13 05 37 
13 25 07 

13 44 24 

14 03 27 
14 22 17 
14 40 52 



57.90 
67.69 
57.46 
57.23 
56.97! 
56.71 
56.43 
56.14 
55.83 
55.51 
55.18i 
.54.84| 
54.48 
.54.10 
53.72 

53.32 
52.90 
52.47 
52.02 
51.56 
51.08 
50.59 
50.09 
49.57 
49.03 
48.49 
47.92 
47.35 
46.76 
46.16 



m. s. 
4.03 
3.45 
3.27 
3.09 
2.52 
2.34 
2.17 
2.00 
1.43 
1.26 
1.10 
0.54 
0..38 
0.22 
0.07 



0.07 
0.22 
0.36 
0.49 
1.02 
1.15 
1.27 
1.39 
1.50 
2.01 
2.11 
2.21 
2.31 
2.40 
2.48 



0.75 
0.75 
0.75 
0.74 
0.73 
0.72 
0.72 
0.71 
0.70 
0.69 
0.68 
0.66 
0.65 
0.63 
0.62 

0.60 
0.59 
0..57 
0.55 
0.54 
0.52 
0.50 
0.48 
0.46 
0.44 
0.42 
0.42 
0.38 
0.36 
0.34 



a.m. 

5 42 
42 
35 
34 
34 
34 
34 
33 
24 
24 
24 



5 05 



01 
01 
56 
56 
56 
56 
56 



,«t.| d. 

181 9.33 
1810.33 
2511.33 
2612.33 
2613.33 
2614.33 
26'15.33 
2716.33 
3617.33 
.36118.33 
36 19 33 
4i;20.33 
41i21.33 
41 22.33 
45 23.33 



45 24. 
50 25. 
50(26. 
50l27. 

50i28. 
55 29 



a, m. 


2 46 


3 29 


4 10 


4 51 


5 32 


6 15 


6 59 


7 46 


8 38 


9 31 


10 29 


11 27 


55 


1 49 


2 42 


3 32 


4 22 


5 13 


6 05 


7 06 


7 47 


8 41 


9 36 


10 30 


11 23 


12 


37 


1 19 


1 58 



Jf . in, 
3 10 

3 53 

4 34 

5 15 

5 56 

6 39 

7 23 

8 10 

9 02 
9 55 

10 53 

11 51 

24 

1 10 

2 13 

3' 06 

3 56 

4 46 

5 37 

6 29 

7 30 

8 11 

9 05 
10 00 

10 54 

11 47 

36 

1 01 

1 43 

2 22 



' Equation of Time to be added up to 15th, and subtracted from remainder. 



Meteorolog-ical Begister for the Month of April, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.47U ; Lowest, 29.220 ; Mean,- 29.845. Thermometer— Highest, 
48.0; Lowest, 22.0; Mean Max. Temperature, 42.9; .'Vfean Min. Temperature, 31.6; Mean 
Temperature, 36.9 ; Rainfall (inches), 3.48 ; Prevailing Wind, B.— N.B. 



Calendar. 



MAY, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter - 



- 7th day, ijh., 04in., a.m. 
-14th day, 5h., 19m., a.m. 



New Moon —21st day, 5h., 18m., a.m, 
Fir.st Quarter —29th day, 3h., 05m., a.m. 



5th Month. 
31 Dxys.. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's. 



JS 






M 






o 


<o 


s 


^ 


<tH 


'M 


O 


o 


t^ 


!>> 


01 


e4 


Q 


Q 



&uu'3 Decli- 
nation. 



> 



O aj t- ^ 



S 2 
> 



pi 
CO 



s 

03 



^ 



121 


1 


122 


2 


123 


3 


124 


4 


1-25 


5 


126 


6 


127 


7 


128 


8 


129 


9 


130 


10 


131 


11 


132 


12 


133 


13 


134 


14 


135 


15 


136 


16 


137 


17 


138 


18 


139 


19 


14U 


20 


141 


21 


142 


22 


143 


23 


144 


24 


145 


25 


146 


26 


(47 


27 


148 


28 


149 


29 


150 


30 


151 


31 



Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mou. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Tuhr. 



N14 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
■21 
21 
21 
21 
21 



59 
17 
35 
52 
10 
27 
43 
00 
16 
32 
48 
03 
18 
33 
47 
01 
15 
29 
42 
55 
07 
19 
81 
42 
53 
4 
14 
24 
34 
43 
52 



12 
18 
09 
44 
03 
07 
54 
24 
37 
34 
12 
33 
36 
20 
46 
53 
41 
08 
17 
05 
32 
39 
25 
50 
54 
36 
56 
54 
30 
44 
35 



45.55 
44.92 
44.29 
43.64 
42.97 
42.30 
41.61 
40.91 
40.20 
39.48 
38.74 
37.99 
37.23 
36.46 
35.68 
34.88 
34.07 
33.25 
32.42 
31.58 
30.72 
29,80 
28.98 
28.10 
27.20 
26.30 
25.38 
24.46 
23 53 
22.59 
21.65 



m. 

2 
3 
3 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 
2 
2 



s. 

56 

04 

10 

17 

23 

28 

33 

37 

40 

43 

46 

47 

49 

49 

49 

49 

48 

46 

43 

41 

37 

33 

29 

24 

18 

12 

06 

59 

52 

44 

36 



s. 
0.32 
0.30 
".28 
0.25 
0.23 
0.21 
0.18 
0.16 
0.14 
0^1 
0.09 
0.06 
0.04 
0.01 
0.01 
0.04 
0.06 
0.08 
0.11 
0.13 
0.15 
0.18 
0.20 
0.22 
0.24 
0.26 
0.28 
0.30 
0.32 
0.33 
0.35 



51 
51 
51 
46 
46 
46 
41 
41 
41 
41 
35 
35 
35 
35 
30 
30 
30 
4 30 



30 
25 
25 
25 
25 
T9 
19 
19 
19 
19 
13 
13 
13 



m. 

09 
09 
09 
14 
14 
14 
19 
19 
19 
19 
25 
25 
25 
25 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
35 
35 
35 
35 
41 
41 
41 
41 
41 
47 
47 
47 



High Water. 



d. 

9.92 

10.92 

11.92 

12.92 

13.92 

14.92 

15.92 

16.92 

17.92 

18.92 

1».92 

20.92 

21.92 

22.92 

23.92 

24.92 

25.92 

26.92 

27.92! 

28.92, 

0.47 

1.47 

2.47 

3.47 

4.47 

5.47 

6.47 

7.47 

8.47 

9.47 

10.47 



a.m. 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



51 
51 
51 
46 
46 
46 
41 
41 
41 
41 
35 
35 
35 
35 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
25 
25 
25 
25 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
13 
13 
4 13 



m. 
09 
09 
09 
14 
14 
14 



7 19 



19 
19 



7 19 



25 
25 
25 



7 25 



30 
30 



7 30 



30 

30 

35 

35 ■ 

35 

35 

41 

41 

41 

41 



7 41 



47 
47 
47 



Meteorologrical Register for the Month of May, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.310; Lowest, 29.210; Mean, 29.820. Thermometer— Highes 
64.0 ; Lowest, 34.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 49,9 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 37.9 ; Mean 
remperature, 43.8 ; Rainfall (inches), 7.16. Prevailing Winds, S,—S.E. 



(jaleTiAi 



ar. 



JUNE, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Full Moon 
Last Quarter 



- 5th day, 4h. 38m., p.m 
-12th day, lOh. 10m., a.m. 



New Moon — 19th day, 4h. 33m,, p.m. 
First Quarter —27th day, 7h. 39m., p.m. 



6th Month. 
30 Davs. 


Apparent 


VoON AT Greenwich. 


St. John's. 


i 

o 

1 


5 
§ 


■3 


i 
Sun's Declina- 
tion. 




Cm 
O 

C! *. 

11 




03 


CD 

C 
3 
EC 


OS 

a 
o 
o 

g 


High Water. 








•' 




tn. s. 


i-. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


d. 


a. m 


/. m. 


152 


1 


Fri. 


N22 01 03 


20''69 


2 27 


0.37 


4 13 


7 47 


11.47 


3 26 


3 50 


153 


2 


Thur. 


22 09 08 ' 


19.73 


2 18 


0.38 


4 13 


7 47 


12.47 


4 15 


4 39 


154 


3 


Fri. 


22 16 50 


18.76 


2 09 


0.40 


4 13 


7 47 


13.47 


5 08 


5 32 


155 


4 


Sat. 


22 24 09 


17.79 


1 59 


0.41 


4 13 


7 47 


14.47 


6 23 


6 47 


156 


5 


Sun. 


22 31 04 


16.81 


1 49 


0.42 


4 13 


7 47 


15.47 


7 06 


7 30 


157 


6 


Mon. 


22 37 35 


15.82 


1 38 


0.44 


4 07 


7 53 


16.47 
\lAi 


8 07 


8 31 


158 


7 


Tues. 


22 43 43 


14.83 


1 28 


0.45 


4 07 


7 53 


9 07 


9 31 


159 


8 


Wed. 


22 49 27 


13.83 


1 17 


0.47 


4 07 


7 53 


18.47 


10 05 


10 29 


160 


9 


Thur. 


22 54 47 


12.83 


1 05 


0.48 


4 07 


7 53 


19.47 


10 59 


11 23 


161 


10 


Fri. 


22 59^ 43 


11.82 


54 


0.49 


4 07 


7 53 


20.47 


11 39 


03 


162 


11 


Sat. , 


23 04 14 


10.81 


42 


0.50 


4 07 


7 53 


21.47 


14 


38 


163 


12 


Sun. 


23 08 22 


9.79 


30 


0.51 


4 07 


7 53 


22.47 


1 03 


1 27 


164 


13 


Moil. 


23 12 05 


8.77 


17 


0.52 


4 07 


7 53 


23.47 


1 52 


2 16 


165 


14 

15 


Tues. 
Wed. 


23 15 23 
23 18 16 


7.75 
6.72 


05 


0.53 
0.53 


4 07 
4 07 


7 53 
7 53 


24.47 
25.47 


2 43 

3 35 


3 07 


166 


u» 


3 59 


167 


16 


Thur. 


23 20 45 


5.69 


21 


0.54 


4 07 


7 53 


26.47 


4 28 


4 52 


168 


17 


Fri. 


23 22 49 


4.66 


34 


0.54 


4 07 


7 53 


27.47 


5 24 


5 48 


169 


18 


Sat. 


23 24 29 


3.62 


47 


0.54 


4 07 


7 53 


28.47 


6 18 


6 42 


170 


19 


Sun. 


23 25 44 


2.59 


1 00 


0.55 


4 07 


7 53 


29.47 


7 08 


7 32 


171 


20 


Mon. 


23 26 33 


1.55 


1 13 


0.55 


4 07 


7 53 


0.47 


7 58 


8 22 


172 


21 


Tues. 


23 26 58 


0.^2 


1 26 


0.55 


4 07 


7 53 


1.47 


8 48 


9 12 


173 


22 


Wed. 


23 26 58 


0.51 


1 39 


0.55 


4 07 


7 53 


2.47 


9 34 


9 58 


174 


23 


Tuur. 


23 26 34 


1.55 


1 52 


0.54 


4 07 


7 53 


3.47 


10 19 


10 43 


175 


24 


Fri. 


23 25 44 


2.58 


2 05 


..54 


4 07 


7 53 


4.47 


11 01 


11 25 


176 


25 


Sat. 


23 24 30 


3.61 


2 18 


0.53 


4 07 


7 53 


5.47 


11 4] 


05 


177 


26 


Sun. 


23 22 51 


4.64 


2 31 


0.53 


4 07 


7 53 


6.47 


11 58 


22 


178 


27 


Mon. 


23 20 47 


5.66 


2 43 


0.52 


4 07 


7 53 


7.47 


39 


1 03 


179 


28 


Tues. 


23 18 19 


6.68 


2 56 


0.51 


4 07 


7 53 


8.47 


1 23 


1 47 


180 


29 


Wed. 


23 15 26 


7.70 


3 08 


0.50 


4 07 


7 53 


9.47 


2 08 


2 32 


181 


30 


Thur. 


23 12 09 


8.72 


3 20 


0.50 


4 07 


7 53 


10.47 


2 58 


3 22 



Equation of Time to be subtracted from Apparent Time to 14th, and added to the re- 
mainder of the month. 



Meteorologrical Beg^ister for the Honth of June, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.350 ; Lowe.st, 29.380 ; Mean, 29.910. Thermometer- Highest, 
78.0; Lowest, 37.0; Mean Max. Temperature, 59.3 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 47.0^; Mean 
Temperature, 54.2 ; Rainfall (inches), 1.94 ; Prevailing Winds, S. W.— W, 



10 



Calendar. 



JULY, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 

Full Moou — 5th day, Ih. 12m., a.m. j New Moon — inth day, 
First Quarter —nth day, 3h. 43iu., p.m. f Last Quarter — 27th^ay, 



6h. 31m., a.m. 
lOh. Um., a.m. 



7th Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenw 


CH. 


St. Johns. 


O 


5 
§ 

o 


■i 

O 
eft 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 


Kg 

> 


gSoH 




i 

QQ 

m 


•i 

02 


< 

n 

5 
o 


High Water. 


p 


PI R 












S 










o , » 


n 


m. s. 


s 


a,m. 


p.m. 


d. 


a.m. 


/. m. 


182 


1 


Sun. 


N 23 08 28 


9.73 


3.32 


0.48 


4 07 


7 53 


11.96 


3 54 


4 18 


183 


2 


Mon. 


23 04 22 


10.74 


3.43 


0.47 


4 07 


7 53 


12.96 


4 53 


5 17 


184 


3 


Tues. 


22 59 52 


11.74 


3.54 


0.46 


4 07 


7 53 


13.96 


5 55 


6 19 


185 


4 


Wed. 


22 54 59 


12.74 


4.05 


0.45 


4 07 


7 53 


14.96 


6 57 


7 21 


186 


5 


Thur. 


22 49 41 


13.74 


4.16 


0.44 


4 07 


7 53 


15.96 


7 58 


8 22 


187 


6 


Fri. 


22 43 59 


14.74 


4.26 


0.42 


4 07 


7 53 


16.96 


8 54 


9 18 


188 


7 


Sat. 


22 37 54 


15.71 


4.36 


0.41 


4 15 


7 45 


17.96 


9 49 


10 13 


189 


8 


Sun. 


22 31 25 


16.69 


4.46 


0.39 


4 15 


7 45 


18.96 


10 40 


11 04 


190 


9 


Mon. 


22 24 33 


17.66 


4.55 


0.38 


4 15 


7 45 


19.96 


11 30 


11 54 


191 


10 


Tues. 


22 17 17 


18.63 


5.04 


0.36 


4 15 


7 45 


20.96 


11 55 


19 


192 


11 


Wed. 


22 09 39 


19.59 


5.12 


0.34 


4 15 


7 45 


21.96 


•0 45 


1 09 


193 


12 


Thur. 


22 01 37 


20.54 


5.20 


0.33 


4 15 


7 45 


22.96 


1 36 


2 00 


194 


13 


Fri. 


21 53 13 


21.49 


5.28 


0.31 


4 15 


7 45 


23.96 


2 29 


2 53 


195 


14 


Sat. 


21 44 26 


22.42 


5.35 


0.29 


4 15 


7 45 


24.96 


3 24 


3 48 


196 


15 


Sun. 


21 35 16 


23.35 


5.42 


0.27 


4 15 


7 45 


25.96 


4 17 


4 41 


197 


16 


M>on. 


21 25 45 


24.27 


5.48 


0.25 


4 19 


7 41 


26.96 


5 08 


5 32 


198 


17 


Tues. 


21 15 52 


25.17 


5.53 


0.23 


4 19 


7 41 


27.96 


5 59 


6 23 


199 


18 


Wed. 


21 05 37 


26.07 


5.59 


0.20 


4 19 


7 41 i 


28.96 


7 13 


7 37 


200 


19 


Thur. 


20 55 00 


26.96 


6.03 


0.18 


4 19 


7 41 1 


0.37 


7 36 


8 00 


201 


20 


Fri. 


20 44 03 


27.84 


6.07 


0.16 


4 19 


7 41 1 


1.37 


8 20 


8 44 


202 


21 


Sat. 


20 82 44 


28.70 


6.11 


0f.l4 


4 25 


7 35 


2.37 


9 00 


9 24 


203 


22 


Sun. 


20 21 05 


29.56 


6.14 


0.11 


4 25 


7 35 ' 


3.37 


9 43 


10 07 


204 


23 


Mon. 


20 09 05 


30.41 


6.16 


0.09 


4 25 


7 35 


4.37 


10 23 


10 47 


205 


24 


Tues. 


19 56 45 


31.24 


6.18 


0.06 


4 25 


7 35 


5.37 


11 04 


11 29 


206 


25 


Wed. 


19 44 06 


32.06 


6.19 


0.04 


4 25 


7 35 


6.37 


11 45 


09 


207 


26 


Thur. 


19 31 06 


32.87 


6.19 


0.01 


4 30 


7 30 ! 


7,37 


05 


29 


208 


27 


Fri. 


19 17,48 


33.67 


6.20 


0.01 


4 30 


7 30 1 


8.37 


52 


1 16 


209 


28 


Sat. 


19 04 10 


34.46 


6.19 


0.04 


i 30 


7 30 1 


9.37 


1 43 


2 07 


210 


29 


Sun. 


18 50 13 


35.24 


6.18 


0.07 


4 30 


7 30 


10.37 


2 39 


3 03 


211 


30 


Mon. 


18 35 58 


36.00 


6.16 


0.09 


4 32 


7 28 


11 37 


3 37 


4 01 


212 


31 


Tues. 


18 21 25 


36.76 


6.13 


0.12 


4 32 


7 28 


12.37 


4 40 


5 04 



Heteorolog'ical Register for the Month of July, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30,.;90; Lowpst, 29.570; Mean, 30.000. Thermometer— HiKhest 
84.0 ; Lowest, 44.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 69.9 ; Mean Min. Temperature 53 4 • Mean 
Temperature, 61.7; Rainfall (inches), 2.13: Prevailing Winds, S.W,—W. ' ' 



Calendar. 



11 











A 
Phas 


UGUST 


, 1917 














ies of the Moon. 


Full Moon 


— 3rd day, 8h 


42in., a.m. 


New Moon —17th day, 9h. 52m., a.m 


Last Quarter 


- £>th day, llh 


27m., p.m. 


First Quarter —25th day, lOh. 39m., a.m. 


8th Month 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's. 


tw 
<•>( 


5 

a 

1 

Cm 




Sun's 
Apparent 


§1 






CO 


1 




High Water. 


o 


O 


o 


Declination. 




3 SS-^ 


3 C 


a 
a 

03 


05 


o 
o 

1 '^ 










o / // 


// 


m. s. 


s. 


a.m. 


p. 7)1. 


d.^~ 


a. m. 


p. TO. 


213 


1 


Wed. 


N 18 06 34 


37.50 


6 10 


0.14 


4 35 


7 25 


13.37 


5 41 


6 05 


214 


2 


Thnr. 


17 51 25 


.38.24 


6 07 


0.17 


4 35 


7 25 


14.37 


6 40 


7 04 


215 


3 


Frl. 


17 35 59 


38.96 


6 02 


0.19 


4 41 


7 19 


15.37 


7 31 


7 55 


21G 


4 


Sat. 


17 20 15 


39.67 


5 57 


0.22 


4 41 


7 19 


16.37 


8 31 


8 55 


217 


5 


Sun. 


17 04 15 


40.36 


5 52 


0.24 


4 41 


7 19 


1737 


9 23 


9 47 


218 


6 


Mon. 


16 47 58 


41.05 


5 46 


0.27 


4 46 


7 14 


18.37 


10 12 


10 36 


219 


7 


Tues. 


16 31 24 


41.73 


5 39 


0.29 


4 46 


7 14 


19.37 


10 54 


11 18 


220 


8 


Wed. 


16 14 34 


4240 


5 32 


0.32 


4 46 


7 14 


20.37 


11 58 


22 


221 


9Thur. 


15 57 29 


43.05 


5 24 


0.34 


4 51 


7 09 


21.37 


25 


49 


222 


lOFri. 


15 40 08 


43.68 


5 15 


0.36 


4 51 


7 09 


22.37 


1 19 


1 43 


223 


ll'Sat. 


15 22 32 


42.31 


5 07 


0.39 


4 54 


7 09 


23.37 


2 13 


2 37 


224 


12iSuN. 


15 04 41 


44.92| 4 57 


0.41 


4 51 


7 09 


24.37 


3 05 


3 29 


225 


ISjMon. 


14 46 36 


45.52 


4 47 


0.43 


4 51 


7 09 


25.37 


3 55 


4 19 


226 


14 Tues. 


14 28 16 


46.11 


4 36 


45 


4 56 


7 04 


26.37 


4 43 


5 07 


227 


15 Wed. 


14 09 43 


46.68 


4 25 


0.47 


4 56 


7 04 


27.37 


5 27 


5 51 


228 


16 Thur, 


13 50 5q 


47.24 


4 14 


0.50 


4 56 


7 04 


28.37 


6 10 


6 34 


229 


17 


Fri. 


13 31 55 


47.78 


4 01 


0.52 


4 56 


7 04 


29 37 


7 11 


7 35 


230 


18 


Sat. 


13 12 42 


48.31 


3 49 


0.54 


5 01 


6 59 


0.74 


7 40 


8 04 


231 


19 


Sun. 


12 53 17 


48.83 


3 36 


0.56 


5 01 


6 59 


1.74 


8 30 


8 54 


232 


20iMon. 


12 33 39 


49.33 


3 22 


0.58 


5 01 


6 59 


2.74 


9 00 


9 24 


233 


2l!Tues. 


12 13 49 


49.81 


3 08 


0.60 


5 05 6 55 


3.74 


9 41 


10 05 


224 


221 Wed. 


11 53 47 


50.29 


2 53 


0.62 


5 05 6 55 


4.74 


10 24 


10 48 


235 


23,Thur. 


11 33 35 


50.75 


2 38 


0.64 


5 05 6 55 


5.74 


11 09 


11 33 


236 


24'Fri. 


11 13 11 


51.20 


2 22 


0.66 


5 10 6 50 


6.74 


11 56 


20 


237 


25; Sat. 


10 52 37 


51.63 


206 


0.68 


5 10 6 50 


7.74 


25 


49. 


238 


26SDN. 


10 31 53 


52.05 


150 


0.69 


5 10 6 50 


8.74 


1 21 


1 45 


239 


27! 


Mon. 


10 10 59 


52.45 


133 


0.71 


5 15 6 45 


9.74 


2 19 


2 43 


240 


28; 


Tues. 


9 49 55 


52.85 


116 


0.73 


5 15 6 45 


10.74 


3 17 


3 41 


241 


29 


Wed. 


9 28 42 


53.23 


58 


0.74 


5 199 « 


11.74 


4 16 


4 40 


242 


30 


Thur. 


9 07 21 


53.60 


40 


0.76 


5 19 6 41 


12.74 


5 13 


5 37 


243 


^'i 


Fri. 


8 45 50 


53 95 22 


0.77 


5 19 6 41 

1 


13.74 


6 08 


6 32 






Meteo 


rological R 


Sgiste 


r for the 


Mont 


h of 


A.ug:\ 


IBt, 1{ 


)16. 





Barometer— Highest, 30.290 ; Lowest, 2ft.300 ; Mean, 29.790. Thermometer—Highest, 
0.0 Lowest, 42.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 69.4 ; Mean Min. Temperature, .51.2; Meaii 
Tsraperature, 60.8 ; Rainfall (inches), 3.52. Prevailing Winds— S.W.—W, 



12 



Calendar, 



Pull Moon 
Last Quarter 



SEPTEMBER, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 

l9t day, 4h. 00m., p.m. I New Moon — 16tli day, Ih. 5flm., a.m. 
8th day, lOh. 36m., a.m. ( First Quarter — 24tli day, 9h. 12ra., a.m. 
Pull Moon — 30th day, midnight. 



9iH Month. 
30 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John's 



Sun's Declina- 
tion. 



a a 

Mm 
> 



c* 
.2 «■ 



as 

> 



P5 



ro 



a 
s 

05 



^ 



High Wat«r. 



244 

245 

246 
247 

248 
249 
250 
251 
252 
253 
254 
255 
256 
257 
258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 
264 
265 
266 
267 
268 
269 
270 
271 
272 
273 



Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fii. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 

Mon. 

Tues. 

Wed. 

Thur. 

Fri. 

Sat. 

Sun. 



N 8 24 11 

8 02 24 
7 40 29 
7 18 26 
6 56 16 
6 34 00 
6 1136 
5 49 07 
5 26 31 
5 05 50 
4 4104 
4 18 12 
3 55 16 
3 32 16 
3 09 12 
2 46 05 
2 22 54 
1 59 40 
1 36 24 
1 13 06 
49 47 
26 25 
NO 03 03 
SO 20 20 

43 44 

1 07 07 

1 30 30 
153 53 

2 17 14 
2 40 35 



54.30 

54.63! 
54.95 
55.26 
55.55 
55.83 
56.10i 
56.36' 
56.60 
56.82, 
57.04 
57.24 
57.42 
'57.59 
57.74 
57.88 
58.00 
58.11 
58.21 
58.29 
58.36 
58.41 
58.44 
58.47 
58.48 
58.47 
58.45 
58.42 
58.37 
58.31 



7)1. «. 


s. 


a.m. 


0. 3 


0.79 


5 24 


0.16 


0.80 


5 24 


0.35 


0.81 


5 24 


055 


0.82 


5 29 


1.14 


0.83 


5 29 


1.34 


0.84 


5 29 


1..55 


0.84 


5 33 


2.15 


0.85 


5 33 


2.36 


0.86 


5 42 


2.56 


0.86 


5 42 


.3.17 


0.87 


5 42 


3.38 


0.87 


5 42 


3.59 


0.88 


5 42 


• 4.20 


0.88 


5 5* 


4.41 


0.88 


5 51 


5.02 


0.88 


5 51 


5.23 


0.88 


5 51 


5.44 


0.88 


5 51 


6.06 


0.88 


5 51 


6.27 


0.88 


5 51 


6.48 


0.88 


6 00 


7.09 


0.88 


6 00 


7.30 


0.87 


6 00 


7.51 


0.87 


6 00 


8.11 


0.86 


6 00 


8.32 


0.85 


6 00 


8.52 


0.85 


6 09 


9.13 


0.84 


6 09 


9.33 


0.83 


6 09 


9.52 


0.82 


6 13 



p.mA d. 
6 3614.74 



6 36 15, 

6 .36 16, 
6 31 17, 
6 3lll8 



31119 

27 20 
27 21 
18 22 
18 23 
1824 
1825 
1826 
09,27 
09 28 



0010. 



11 
12. 
13 
14, 



74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
.74 
74 
74 
74 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 
06 



a, 7n.] p. m. 
7 02 7 26 



9 
10 
11 


1 
2 
3 
4 
4 
5 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
9 
10 
11 



1 

3 
3 
3 
5 
6 



55 8 19 

48! 9 12 
41 10 05 
3611 00 
30111 54 
— I 24 



18 
18 
56 
42 
26 
07 
57 
27 
26 



8 02 

8 38 

9 22 
10 10 

10 59 

11 53 

25 

1 21 

2 15 

3 24 
07 
01 
54 



4 
4 
5 
6 46 



* Equation of Time to be added up to 1st, and subtracted from the remainder. 



Meteorological Register for the Month of September, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.240; Lowest, '29.140; Mean, 29.750. Thermometer— Hiehe^f 
76.0; Lowest, 40.0; Mean Max. Temperature, 61.6; Mean Min. Temperature 47 7- Um^ 
Temperature, i^3 ; Rainfall (inches), 2.56 ; Prevailing Wind, N,B.-P W 



Calendar. 



13 



OCTOBER, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Last Quarter— 8th day, Ih. 4Tin., a.m. 
New Moon — 16th day, 6h. 12m., p. m. 



First Quarter — 23rd day, 6h. 9m., p. ra. 
Full Moon —30th day, 9h. SOrn., a. m. 



10th Month. 
31 Days. 


Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 


St. John's. 




o 
>, 

a 


4 
a 
a 

H 

■o 
>, 


1 


Snn's 


Declina- 
tion. 


O eS 

"1 




.&0 


i 
« 

c 
a 


1 
m 

s 
3 1 


i 


High Water. 


274 


] 


Mon. 


S3" 


03 53 


58/24 


M. S. 

10 12 


s. 
0.81 


a.?n. 
6.13 


p.m. 

5 47 


15 06 


a. 

7 


tn. 
17 


p.m. 
7 41 


275 


2 


Tue s 


3 


27 10 


58.16 


10 31 , 


0.80 


6.13 


5 47 


1« 06 


8 


12 


8 36 


276 


3 


Wed. 


3 


50 25 


58.06 


10 50 


0.78 


6.W 


5 51 


17 06 


9 


08 


9 32 


277 


4 


Thur. 


4 


13 37 


57.94 


11 09 


0.77 


6.09 


5 51 


18 06 


10 


05 


10 29 


278 


5 


Fri. 


4 


36 46 


57.81 


11 27 


0.75 


6.09 


5 51 


19 06 


11 


01 


11 25* 


279 


6 


Sat. 


4 


59 5-2 


57.67 


11 45 


0.74 


6.22 


5 38 


20 06 


11 


53 


17 


280 


7 


Sun: 


5 


22 54 


57.52 


12 02 


0.72 


6.22 


5 38 


21 06 





19 


43 


281 


8 


Mon. 


5 


45 53 


57.34 


12 19 


O.70 


6.27 


5 33 


22 06 


1 


06 


1 30 


282 


9 


Tues. 


6 


08 il 


57.15 


12 36 


0.68 


6.ii7 


5 33 


23 06 


1 


49 


2 13 


283 


10 


Wed. 


6 


31 36 


56.94 


12 52 


0.66 


6.27 


5 33 


24 06 


2 


32 


2 56 


284 


11 


ThBr. 


6 


54 20 


56.72 


13 08 


0.66 


6.31 


5 29 


25 06 


3 


13 


3 37 


085 


12 


Fri. 


7 


16 59 


56.49 


13 23 


0.62 


6.31 


5 29 


26 06 


3 


53 


4 17 


286 


13 


Sat. 


7 


39 32 


56.23 


13 38 


0.60 


6.31 


5 29 


27 06 


4 


33 


4 57 


287 


14 


Sun. 


8 


01 58 


55.96 


13 52 


0.58 


6.36 


5 24 


28 06 


5 


15 


5 39 


288 


15 


Mou. 


8 


24 18 


55-67 


14 05 


0.55 


6.39 


5 21 


29 06 


5 


59 


6 23 


289 


16 


Tues. 


8 


46 30 


55.37 


14 18 


0.53 


6.39 5 21 


39 


6 


53 


7 17 


290 


17 


Wed. 


9 


08 55 


55.05 


14 31 


0.51 


6.41 5 19 


1 39 


7 


35 


7 59 


291 


18 


Thur. 


9 


38 32 


54.71 


14 43 


0.48 


6.41 5 19 


2 39 


8 


25 


8 49 


292 


19 


Fri. 


9 


52 21 


54.36 


14 54 


0.46 


6.41 


5 19 


3 39 


9 


17 


9 41 


293 


20 


Sac. 


10 


14^2 


53.98 


15 05 


0.43 


6.45 


5 15 


4 39 


10 


12 


10 36 


294 


21 


Sun. 


10 


35 33 


53.60 


15 15 


0.41 


6.50 


5 10 


5 39 


11 


09 


11 33 


295 


22 


Mou. 


10 


56 54 


58.39 


15 24 


0.38 


6.50 


5 l5 


6 39 


11 


40 


04 


296 


23 


Tues. 


11 


18 06 


52.77 


15 33 


0.35 


6.55 


5 10 


7 39 





35 


59 


297 


24 


^ed. 


11 


39 07' 


52.33 


15 41 


0.32 


6.55 


5 01 


8 39 


.1 


27 


1 51 


298 


25 


Thur. 


11 


59 58 


51.88 


15 48 


0.29 


6.59 5 01 


39 


2 


19 


2 43 


299 


26 


Fri. 


12 


20 37 


51.41 


15 55 


0.26 


6.59 5 01 


10 39 


3 


10 


3 34 


300 


27 


Sat. 


12 


41 06 


50,93 


16 01 


0.23 


6.59; 5 01 


11 39 


4 


02 


4 26 


301 


28 


Sun. 


13 


01 22 


50.42 


16 06 


0.21 


6.59,5 01 


12 39 


4 


55 


5 19 


302 


29 


Mon. 


13 


21 26 


49.91 


16 11 


0.17 


6.. --,9 '5 01 


13 39 


5 


49 


6 13 


303 


30 


Tues. 


13 


41 18 


49.38 


16 15 


0.14 


6.59,5 01 


14 39 


6 


46 


7 10 


304 


31 


Wed. 


14 


CO 56 


43.83 


10 18 


0.11 


7.04 4 56 
1 - 


15 39 


7 


44 


8 08 



Meteorological Register for the Month of October, 1916. 



Baroraeter— Highest, 30,530; Lowest, 29.460; Mean, 30.090. Thermometer— Highest, 
70.0; Lowe.st, 29.0; Mean Max. Temperature. 53.2; Mean jMin. Temperature, 40.2; Mean 
Temperature, 47.4 ; 3lainfel! (inches), 4.14 Prevailiug Winds, S.W.—N.W, 



14 



Calendar. 



NOVEMBER, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Last Quarter — 6th day, 8h. 35m., p. m. 
New Moon — 14th day, lOh. 00m., p. m. 



First Quarter - 
Full Mopn 



-22nd day, 2h. 00m., ». m. 
-2Sth day, lOh. 12ui., p. m. 



Uth Month. 
30 Days. 



Apparent Noon at Greenwich. 



St. John s. 



a 



f£3 






M 


P. 




r> 




^ 


^ 




«t-i 


o 


o 


>, 


;>. 






Q 


« 



305 

306 

307 

308 

S09 

310 

311- 

312 

313 

314 

315 

316 

317 

318 

319 

320 

321 

322 

323: 

324 

325 

326' 

327: 

328 

329' 

330' 

331 

332 

333 

334, 



Sun's 


.&.§ 


Apparent 


g^ 


Declination. 


3 E 






>!0 

> 





<s> 




^ 


m 


en 




c 


3 


g 


m 


1 



High Water. 



1 


Thur. 


2 


Fii. 


3 


Sat. 


4 


Sun. 


5 


Men. 


6 


Tues. 


7 


Wed. 


8 


Thur. 


9 


Fri. 


10 


Sat. 


11 


Sun. 


12 


Men. 


13 


Tues. 


14 


Wed. 


15 


Thur. 


16 


Fri. 


17 


Sat. 


18 


Sux. 


19 


Mod. 


20 


Tues. 


21 


Wed. 


22 


Thur. 


23 


Fri. 


24 


Sat. 


25 


Sun. 


26 


Mou... 


27 


Tues. 


28 


Wed. 


29 


Thur. 


30 


Fri. 



17 
17 
17 

18 



514 20 21' 
14 39 33 

14 58 30 

15 17 13 

15 35 41 

15 53 53 
\% 11 50 

16 29 30 

16 46 54 

17 4 00 
20 50 
37 21 
50 34 

9 29 

18 25 4 
IS 40 20 

18 55 16 

19 9 51 
19 24 6 
19 38 00 

19 51 33 
20»4 43 

20 17 32 
20 29 68 
20 42 2 
20 53 42 
20 4 59 

20 15 52 

21 26 21 
21 36 25 





Wl. s. 


48.26 


16 20 


47.08 


16 21 


47.08 


16 22 


46.44 


16 22 


45.84 


16 21 


45.19 


16 19 


44.52 


16 16 


43.84 


,16 12 


43.14 


16 8 


42.42 


16 2 


41.68 


15 56 


40.93 


15 49 


40.26 


15 41 


39.37 


15 32 


38.57 


15 23 


37.75 


15 12 


36.91 


15 1 


36.05 


14 49 


35.19 


14 36 


34.30 


14 22 


33.40 


14 8 


32.49 


13 52 


31.56 


13 36 


30.61 


13 19 


29.66 


13 2 


28.69 


12 43 


27.70 


12 24 


26.71 


12 4 


25.70 


11 44 


24.68 


11 23 



s. 

0.08 
0.04 
0.01 
0.03 
0.06 
0.09 
0.13 
0.17 
0.20 
0.24 
0.28 
0.31 
0.35 
0.38 
0.42 
0.45 
0.49 
0.52 
0.56 
0.59 
0,62 
0.65 
0.69 
0.72 
0.75 
0.78 
0.81 
0.84 
0.87 
0.90 



■p.in. 

56 
53 
51 

51 
46 
46 
46 
46 
35 



d. 

16.39 

17.39 

18.39 

19.39 

20.39 

21.39 

22.39 

23.39 

24.39 

25.39 

26.39 

27.39 

28.39 

29.39 

0.73 

1.73 

2.73 

3.73 

4.73 

5 73 

6.73 

7.73 

8.73 

9.73 

I0.7.S 

11.73 

12.73 

13.73 

14.73 

15.73 



a.m. 

8 42 

9 38 

10 31 

11 20 
11 41 

23 



m. 

06 



ilO 02 

10 55 

11 44 
05 
47 



8 07 

9 04 
10 00 

10 55 

11 50 
17 



30 
11 
51 
33 
16 
03 
52 
15 
35 



8 31 

9 28 

10 24 

11 19 
14 
41 

31 
20 
12 
04 
5« 
56 
54 
51 
47 



Meteorological Register for the Month of November, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 30.460 ; Lowest, 23.380; Mean, 29.980. Thermometer— HiKhest 
5(5.0; Lowest., 20.0; Mean Max. Temperature, 39.7; Mean Min. Temperature, 28.9 • M«aii 
Temperature, 33.fi; Rain and Melted Snow (inches), 3.37 ; Prevai'iing Winds, N.W,— X.ii; 



Calendar. 



14 



DECEMBBR, 1917. 



Phases of the Moon. 



Last Quarter — 6th day, 6h., Om., a.m. 
New Moon — 14tli day, Oh., 4Sm., a.m. 



First Quarter — 29st day, 9h., 38m., a.m. 
Full Moon —28th day, Ih., 23in., a.m. 



]2th Month. 
31 Dafs. 

f. 


Apparent Noon at GreenwioIh, 


St. John's. I 




•3 

Q 


a 
o 

a 


o 
>> 

Q 


Sun's Decli- 
nation. 


w 1 


Equation of 

Time to 

be subtracted 

from A. T. 


P 


OS 

03 

(S 

a 
a 
m 


• 1 

05 

a 

3 
OS 


< 

00 

§ 

3 


High Water. 












m. s. 


s. 


a.m. 


p.m. 


d. 


a.m. 


p. m. 


335 


1 


Sat. 


S 21 46 05 


23'.'64 


11 01 


0. 93 


7 47 


4 13 


16.73 


9 15 


9 39 


336 


2 


Sun. 


21 55 20 


22.59 


10 38 


0. 95 


7 47 


4 13 


17.73 


10 03 


10 27 


337 


3 


Mon. 


22 04 10 


21.54 


10 15 


0. 98 


7 47 


4 13 


18.73 


10 49 


11 13 


338 


4 


Tues. 


22 12 34 


20.47 


9 51 


1. 01 


7 47 


4 13 


19.73 


11 32 


11 56 


339 


5 


Wed. 


22 20 32 


19.39 


9 27 


1. 03 


7 47 


4 13 


20.73 


11 49 


13 


340 


6 


Thur. 


22 28 04 


18.30 


9 02 


1. 05 


7 47 


4 13 


21.73 


29 


53 


341 


7 


Fri. 


22 35 10 


17.20 


8 36 


1. 07 


7 53 


4 07 


22.73 


1 10 


1 34 


342 


8 


Sat. 


22 41 50 


16.09 


8 10 


1. 09 


7 53 


4 07 


23.73 


1 53 


2 17 


^43 


9 


Sun. 


22 48 03 


14.97 


7 43 


1. 12 


7 53 


4 07 


24.73 


2 38 


3 02 


344 


10 


Mon. 


22 53 48 


13.84 


7 16 


1. 14 


7 53 


4 07 


25.73 


3 27 


3 51 


345 


11 


Tues. 


22 59 07 


12.70 


6 49 


1. 15 


7 53 


4 07 


26.73 


4 19 


4 43 


346 


12 


Wed. 


23 03 58 


11.56 


6 21 


1. 17 


7 53 


4 07 


27.73 


5 15 


5 39 


347 


13 


Thur. 


23 08 22 


10.41 


5 53 


1. 18 


7 53 


4 07 


28.73 


6 15 


6 39 


348 


14 


Fri. 


23 12 18 


9.26 


5 24 


1. 20 


7 53 


4 07 


0.11 


7 03 


7 27 


349 


15 


Sat. 


23 15 46 


8.10 


4 55 


1. 21 


7 53 


4 07 


1.11 


8 01 


8 25 


350 


16 


Sun. 


23 18 47 


6.94 


4 26 


1. 22 


7 53 


4 07 


2.11 


9 00 


9 24 


351 


17 


Mou. 


23 21 19 


5.77 


- 3 57 


1. 23 


7 53 


4 07 


3.11 


9 55 


10 19 


352 


18 


Tues. 


23 23 24 


4.60 


3 27 


I. 24 


7 53 


4 07 


4.11 


10 49 


11 13 


355 


19 


Wed. 


23 25 00 


3.42 


2 58 


1. 24 


7 53 


4 07 


5.11 


11 39 


03 


354 


20 


Thur. 


23 26 08 


2.25 


2 28 


1. 25 


7 55 


4 05 


6.11 


.0 30 


54 


355 


21 


Fri. 


23 26 48 


1.07 


1 58 


1. 25 


7 55 


4 05 


7.11 


56 


1 20 


350 


22 


Sat. 


23 26 59 


0.11 


1 28 


1. 25 


7 55 


4 05 


8.11 


1 47 


2 11 


357 


23 


Sun. 


23 26 42 


1.29 


58 


1. 25 


7 55 


4 05 


9.11 


2 39 


3 03 


358 


24 
25 


Mon. 
Tues. 


23 25 57 
23 24 44 


2.46 
3.64 


28 


i. 24 
1. 24 


7 55 
7 53 


4 07 
4 07 


10.11 
11.11 


•i, 34 
4 30 


3 58 


359 


02 


4 54 


360 


26 


Wed. 


23 23 03 


4.81 


31 


1. 24 


7 53 


4 07 


12.11 


5 28 


5 52 


361 


27 


Thur. 


23 20 53 


5.99 


1 01 


1. 24 


7 53 


4 07 


13.11 


6 23 


6 47 


362 


28 


Fri. 


23 18 15 


7,16 


1 30 


1. 23 


7 53 


4 07 


14.11 


7 17 


7 41 


363 


29 


Sat. 


23 15 10 


8.32 


2 00 


1, 22 


7 53 


4 07 


15.11 


8 08 


8 32 


364 


30 


Sun. 


23 11 36 


9.49 


2 29 


1. 21 


7 53 


4 07 


16.11 


8 54 


9 18 


366 


31 


Mon. 


23 07 34 


10.65 


2 58 


1. 20 


7 53 


4 07 


17.11 


9 38 


10 02 



Equation of Time to be subtracted up to 24th, and added to remainde of th month. 



Meteorological Keg-ister for the Month of December, 1916. 



Barometer— Highest, 29.600 ; Lowest, 28.970 ; Mean, 39.060. Thermometer— Highes 
54.0 ; Lowest, 8.0 ; Mean Max. Temperature, 39,8 ; Mean Min. Temperature, 30.7 ; Mea 
retnperature, 34.8 ; Rainfall (inches), 5.61. Prevailine Winds, 15.— S.E. 



16 The itoyal Pamily. — The British Ministry. 

€l^c iHopal 5familp, 

His Majesty George V., R. I., by the Grace of God, of the United 
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and of all the British Dominions 
beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India, born 
June 3rd, 1865 ; succeeded to the Throne May 6th, 1910 ; married July 6th, 
1893, to Princess Victoria Mary of Teck {horn May 26th, 1867;. Hia 
Majesty's children — 

L 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 14'th, 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. Prince George, horn December 20th, 1902. 

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



WAR CABINET. 

Prime Minister — Mr. D. Lloyd George. 

Lord President of the Council — Lord Curzon. 

TT7--I.I. i D i^-i- (Mr. Henderson. 
Without Portfolio w J iMi 

l Lord Milner. 

Chancellor of the Exchequer — Mr. Bonar Law. 

/> 
[Other Ministers not in War Cabinet.] 

Lord Chancellor— ^ir Robert Finlay, K.C. 

Home Secretary — Sir George Cave. 

Foreign Secretary — Mr. A. J. Balfour. 

Colonial Secretary — Mr. Walter Long. 

Secretary for War — Lord Derb}'. 

Secretary for India — Mr. Chamberlain. 

President Local Government Board, — Lord Rhondda. 

President Board of Trade — Sir Albert Stanley. 

Minister of Lahor — Mr. Hodge. 

First Lord of the Admiralty — Sir Edward Carson. 

Minister of Munitions — Dr. Addison. 

Minister of Blockade — Lord Robert Cecil. 

Food Controller — Lord Devenport. 

Shipping Controller — Sir Joseph Maclay. 

President Board of Agriculture — Mr. R. E. Prothero. 

President Board of Education — Dr. H. A. L. Fisher. 

First Commissioner of Works — Sir Alfred Mond. 

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster — Sir Frederick Caw ley. 

Postmaster-General — Mr. Albert lUingworth. 

Pensions Ministei — Mr. George Barnes. 

Attorney General -Sir F. E. Smith, K. C. 

Solicitor-General — Mr. Gorden Hewart, K.C. 

Secretary for Scotland— Mr. Munro. 

Lord Advocate — Mr. J. A Clyde, K.C. 

Solicitor-General for Scotland — Mr. T. B. Morison, K.C. 

Lord Lieutenant of Irelatid — Lord Wimborne. 

Chief Secretary for Ireland — Mr. H. E. Duke. 

Lord Chancellor of Ireland— ^ir Ignatius O'Brien, K.C. 



Executive Council — The Leqislature. 17 



COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Population (with Labrador), Census of 1911, 242,619. 

Capital, St. John's, Population, 32,292. 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Island of Newfoundland, 

and its Dependencies : 

Sir Walter Edward Davidson, K.C.M.(i. 



Private. Secretary — Hon. Robert Watson. 

Aide-de-Camp— Vacant. 

Confidential Cleric— (icor^e R. Cake. 

Orderlies — James Carter ; P. McDermot ; W. Long. 



Exptutine (Eounril. 

Eight Hon. Sir E. P. Morris. Kt, P.C, K.C.M.G., K.C , Ll.D., J'.omier. 
Hon. R. A. Squires, K.C, Minister of Justice. 

" J. R. Bennett, Colonial Secretary. 

" M. P. CasUiu, Minister of Finance and Customs. 

" Sydney D. Blaudford, Minister of Agriculture and Mines. 

" Robert K. Bishop, 1 

" John C. Crosbie, > Without Portfolio. 

" Michael P. Gibbs, ) 

Clerk to the Council — Hon. J. R. Bennett. 

[The above form the Executive Council]. 

Departmental Officers not in Council. 

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



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

The Hon. Patrick T. McGratb, The Hon. Michael P. Gibbs, K.C, 

President, " John Alex. Robinson, 

James Angel, " Marmaduke G. Winter, 

Dr. G. Skelton, " A. F. Goodridge, 

George Knowling, " James Ryan, 

Sir Edgar R. Bowring, Kt. " Philip Templeton, 

Robert K. Bishop, " Michael Power, 

J. D. Ryan, " J. J. Murphy, 

John Anderson, " S. D. Blandford, 

John Harvey, " R. A. Siiiiires, K.C. 
Samuel Milley, 

officers : 

Clerk— Yi-ngh H. Carter, K.C. 

Gentleman Usher of the Blctck Bod—'E. S. Pinsent. 

Official Beiwrters—H. A. Winter, R. W. Janes, T. D. Carew. 

Doorekeeper — George Scott. 

Messengers— i. Antle and H. Keefe. Pft^'es— Gartield Russell, T. Foran. 

c 



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House of Assembly. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Estey Pianos ; 



Speaker- 



HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. 

ELECTED OCTOBER 30TH, I9I3. 

Number of Districts, 18; Number of Members, 36. 
-Hon. J. R. Goodison ; Chairmiu oj Committees — K. Parsons. 



1, Bay-de-Verd — Two members. 
Population, \^,l\y. Voters, 2673. 

A.E.Hickman 116S 

Hon. J. C. Crosbie 1150 

N, Barrett 1 140 

J. Whiteway 1078 

Votes polled, 2294. 

3. Bonavista — Three members. 
Population, 22,894; Voters, 6229. 

W. F. Coaker 3473 

R. G. VNinsor 3313 

J. Abbptt 3308 

Hon. S. D. Blandford 1624 

W. C. Winsor , 1515 

Hon. D, MorisoH, K.C I477 

Votes polled, 4970. 

3. Burgeo & La Poile — One member. 
Population, 7793; Voters, 1965. 

R. Moulton 760 

C. 7. James 728 

Votes polled, 1488. 

4. Burin — Two members. 
Population, 11,616; Voters, 2808. 

J. S. Cunie 1200 

T. Le Feuvre 1 1 74 

G. A. Bartlett 786 

H. Gear 74 1 

Votes polled, 2056. 

5. Carbonear — One member. 
Population, 5 1 14; Voters, 1383. 

J. R. Goodison 608 

W. F. Penney 534 

Votes polled, 1 142. 

6. Ferryland — Two members. 
Population, 5793; Voters, 1564. 

Hon M. P. Cashin 1095 

P. F. Moore 918 

M. Hartery 303 

F. Williams 267 

M, E. Condon 153 

Votes polled, 1463. 



7. Fogo — One member. 
Population, 8257; Voters, 2321. 

W. W. I'alfyard 1337 

//. F. Fitzgerald 594 

Votes polled, 1931. 

8. Fortune Bay — One member. 
Population, 9989; Voters, 2604. 

Hon. C. H. Emerson, K.C. , . 1000 
R. M. Fudge 865 

Votes polled, 1865. 

1). Harbor Grace— Three members. 
Population, 11,925; Voters, 3034. 

A. W. Piccott 1444 

E. Parsons 1374 

M.M.Young 1342 

G. A Gosse 1 200 

G. T. Gordon 11 87 

H. Mosdell 1 169 

Votes polled, 2591, 

10. Harbor Main— Two members. 

Population, 9471; Voters, 2583. 

W.Woodford 1178 

G. Kennedy 1 1 16 

J. Lewis ^04 

£. L. Carter 7^5 

Votes polled, 2029. 

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

Population, 16,099; Voters, 4297. 

R. J. Devereux 2o2'2 

F'. J. Morris, K.C lorcj 

W.J.Walsh i^^i 

AI. S. Sullivan j r^. 

P. y. Summers j ^qq 

G- Carty ' ^^^a, 

Votes polled, 3351. 

12. Port-de-Grave— One member. 

Population, 6986; Voters, 1928. 

G. Y . A. Grimes , g^j 

W. R. Warren 5g_ 

Votes polled, 1568. 



House of Assembly. 



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built by Piano experts ; used by Pianist Experts. 



13. St. Barbe — One member. 
Population, 10,481; Voters, 2674. 

iW. M. Clapp 1253 

M. Y. Mott S71 

Votes polled, 2124. 

14. St. George — One member. 
Population, 1 1,861; Voters, 2923. 

J.F.Downey 1 187 

" A . English 770 

Votes polled, 1957. 

15. St. John's East — Three members. 
Population, 25,135; Voters, 6175. 

J, M. Kent, B.A., K.C 2835 

W. J. Higgins 2660 

J. Dwyer 2609 

C. W. Ryan 2533 

IV. R. Houoley 2443 

//. Battlett 2306 

Votes polled, 5186. 

16. St. John's West — Three members. 
Population, 20,550; Voters, 4862. 

Rt. Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., 

P.C., K.C.M.G., K.C, Ll.D. 2749 
Hon. J. R. Bennett 2643 



M.J. Kennedy 2545 

W.J.Ellis 1738 

H. E. Cowan '7 '9 

J. P- Scott 1545 

Votes polled, 4377. 

17. Trinity — Three members. 

Population, 21,788; Voters, 5537. 

J. T. Stone 2685 

A. Targett 2608 

W. F. Lloyd, D.C.L 3592 

R. A . Squires 1678 

R. W. E'owlow ISI« 

B, Dunfield 1462 

Votes polled, 4268. 

18. Twillingate — Three members. 

Population, 22,705; Voters, 5891. 

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

K.C.M.G., Ll.D 3481 

J. A. Clift, K.C 3427 

R.Jennings 3399 

J. Milky 887 

W. B. Temple 734 

A. Yates 698 

Votes polled, 4350. 



Note. — The population given is that of the Census of 191 1. The voters 
do not include those added to the Lists on Election day. The votes polled do 
not include ballots rejected when counting, 

By-EIection held Nov. 26th, 1914, for the return of one member, each, for 
the Districts of Twillingate and Bonavista, to fill the vacancies caused by the re- 
signation of the Rt. Hon. Sir R. Bond, P.C, K.C.M.G. (Twillingate), and 
W. F. Coaker, Esq. (Bonavista): — 

Bonavista ... ... ... A. B, Morine, Esq., K.C, unopposed. 

Twillingate ... ... W. F. Coaker, Esq., unopposed. 

House of Assembly in 1916. 

( Alphabetically arratiged, giving the name of the District for which each 

Member is returned). 



I — Abbott, J., Bonavista. 

2— *Bennett, Hon. J. R., St. John's W 

3 — *Cashin, Hon. M. P., Ferryland. 

4— *Clapp, W. M., St. Barbe. 

S— *Clift, J. A., K.C, T-wi Ungate. 

6 — Coaker, W. F., Twillingate. 

7 — "Crosbie, Hon. J.C, Bay-de- Verde 

8 — Currie, J. S., Burin. 



II — *Dvvyer, J., St. John's East. 

12 — *Goodison, Hon. J. R., Carbonear 

13 — Grimes, G. F, A., Port-de- Grave. 

14 — Halfyard, W. W., Togo. 

15 — Hickman, A. E., Bay-de- Verde. 

16— Higgins, W. J., St. John's East. 

17 — Jennings, R., Iwillingate 

18 — Kennedy, G., Harbor Main. 



9— *Devereux, R. J., Placcntia &• St. \ 19— ^Kennedy, M. J., St. John's West. 

Mary s. I 20 — *Le Feuvre, T., Burin. 

10— *Downey, J. F., St. George. ' 21— Lloyd, W. F., D.C.L., Trinity. 



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22 — *Moore, P. F., Ferryland. 
23_*Moiri;>, Rt. Hon. Sir E. P., Kt.. 
P.C., K.C.M.G.,K.C., St. John's IV. 
24 — *Morns, F,, K.C., Platentia and 

ht. Mary' s, 
2^ — *Moulton, R,, Burgee and 

La Poih. 
a6 — *Parsons, E., Harbor Grace. 



27 — *Piccott, A, W., Harbor Grace. 

28— Stone, J. T., Trinity. 

29 — Taigett, A., Trinity. 

30_-Walsh, W. J. Plac. and St. Mary's- 

31 — Winsor, R., Bonavista, 

32— * Woodford, W., Harbor Main. 

■^T, — Young,^M. M., Harbor Grace. 



* Were in last House of Assembly. 

A Representative Assembly was first granted to this Colony in 1832, under the Governor- 
ship of Sir Thomas Cochrane. By the Constitution nine Districts were established, return- 
ing fifteen members, who were to hold their seats during Her Majesty's pleasure. In 1S38 the" 
members of the Assembly were elected for four years, and this term has been adhered to since 
that date. lu 1854, upon the granting of Responsible Government, the number of membera 
was increased at the instance of the Imperial Government, to thirtj'. In 1874, the member- 
ship was further increased to thirty-one, by the addition of one member to the number of those" 
representing the District of Twillingate and Fogo. In 1882 the number of mfuibers was in- 
creased to thirty-three, by the erection of St. George and St. Earbe into Districts, with one' 
member each. In 1885, after the publication of the Census of 1884, a partial re-distribution 
took place. The District of Twillingate and Fogo was divided, Twillingate retaining three' 
members, Fogo was given one. Bay-de- 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. 

Officers of the House of Assembly. 

Clerk— U. Y. Mott. 

Assistant Clerk—"?. K. Devine. 

Sergeant-at-Arms ' 

Supervisor of Debates — B. K. S. Duu field. 

Official Reporters— ?v. T. McGrath, L. E. Emerson, M. ^Mulcahy, F. 
Emerson, J. Woods, L. Curtis, C. J. Fox. 

Speaker s Attenda)it — William Aspel. 

Doorkeepers—^. Callahan, W. Thorn, C. Whitten, J. Ryan, G. Jackman, 
John Aspel, James Earle. 

Messengers — S. Me Bay, M. Nolan, R. Avery, J. Burt. 

Pages— ¥.. Chafe, Wm. J. Griffin. 

Officers of the Legislatu:e, etc. 

Law Clerk— C O'N. Conroy, K.C., 

Librarian — Miss Morris. 

Ergrossing Clerk — ^Mrs. Earle. 

Keeper Leg slative Building — Mrs. Ryall. 

Fireman Legislative Building — James Parrell. 



OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER & AUDITOR GENERAL.- 

OFFICE : DEPARTMENTAL BUILDING. 

The Comptroller and Auditor Getieral — F. C. Berteau, J. P. I.S.O 
Clerk and Assistant Auditor — W. L. Donnelly. 
Second Clerk— Y . M. White. 
Assistant Clerk — F. C. Brien. 
Typist and Messenger — ^J. Luscombe. 



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Hardware, Glassware, Crockeryware. 



OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER. 
Court House Building — [Water Street Entrance]. 
Office Hours : 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 
Prime Minister~Rv^\\t Hou. Sir E. P. Morris, P.C, Kt., K.C.M.G., 

K.C., LL.D. 
JSecretary — VVm. J. Carew. 
Clerk and Stenographer — Victor L. Godden. 
Messenger—A. H. O Keefe. 

DEPARTMENT OF THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. 

OFFICE : COUKT HOUSE BUILDING (WATER STEEET ENTRANCE), 

Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

.Colonial Secretary — Hon. Jolin K. Bennett. 

Deputy Colonial Secretary — Arthur Mews, J. P. 

First Clerk — Fred. M. Stirling. 

Second Clerk- Thomas F. Butt. 

Third CTer/t— Philip B. Rendell. 

Typists — Mildred I. Gceu, Louise Gallishaw. 

Messeugers—GYiBuAes Brocklehurst, Frank Brocklehurst. 

Government Engineer. 

^Government Engineer — T. A. Hall, B.A., B.E., M. Inst. C.E. 
■Clerk — (Vacant). 
Typist— W. Griffin. 
Inspector — James Croke. 

Registrar of Births Marriages and Deaths. 

Registrar-General — Edward Doyle, J. P. 

..Clerk— John J. Doyle (Acting). 

Registering Officers — The Clergymen of the diiferent Denominations. 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve. 

A. C. Goodridge. 

Inspectors of Weights and Measures. 

Chief Inspector— M.. J. O'Mara. Office : Colonial Building, St. John's 

Twillingate — Wm. Peyton. 
Herring Neck — Archibald Miles. 
Fogo and adjacent Islands — Thomas 
Lucas. 



^Goose Cove to Cape Norman (both 
inclusive) — Walter E. Pomeroy. 

jShoe Cove, incl., to Little Bay excl- 
— Olive Batstone. 

Little Bay, exc,. to Little Bcty Is- 
lands — Frank Locke. 

Jjittle Bay, inc., to Leading Tickles, 
cfljc. — Edgar S. M^lls. 

Exploits — John Bennett. 



Jfore«o«.'«i/«r6o?'— Ambrose Taylor. 1 (Ladle Cove). 



Bishop's Falls to Millertoiun (both 
inclusive), along the line of Rail- 
way— Cojist. W. Martin. 
Cat Harbor to Horwood, South Side, 
(both inclusive) — Bertram H. Tulk 



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Wesleyville ficith Jurisdiction from 

Safe Harbor, inc., to Cape Freels) 

— Walter Noseworiliy. 
Green spend (with Jurisdiction from 

Safe Harbor, exc, to Gooseberry 

Islands, exc. — Nath. Saunders 
Happy Adventtire to Gooseberry Is- 
lands — Wm. Turner. 
Tickle Cove to Sweet Bay — Jacob 

Quinton. 
Jajnestown to Charlottetown — Jas. 

Olford. 
King's Cove to Keels — Thos. Curtis, 

of Henry. 
Bonavista — Kobert Ryder. 
Catalina — Aaron Bugden. 
Trinity — Ernest Morris. 
Bonaventure, British Harbor and 

vicinity — N. J. Gardner. 
Smith Sound and Random Sound- 

Wm. Smith. 
Chance Cove to Green's Harbor — 

Cleophas Reid. 
Witless Bay to Heart's Desire — 

Albert E Reid. 
Heart's Content to Winterton — 

C. Gaden Rendell. 
Hant's Harbor to Lead Cove—^ 

Arch. Targett. 
Caplin Cove to Bay-de- Verde (both 

inclusive), via Old Perlican and 

Grate's Cove — Thos. Sutton, of R. 
Bay-de-Verde to Lower Island Cove 

— John Johnson. 
Western Bay to Adam's Cove (both 

inclusive J — Reuben King. 
Blackhead to Freshwater (both in- 
clusive — Wm. Raggs. 
Carbonear — Charles S. McCarthy. 
Harbor Grace — Cornelius Griffin. 
Spaniard's Bay, Tiltoyi and Upper 

Island Cowe— Jacob Neil. 
Bay Roberts — Thomas Calpin. 
Port-de-Grave and Bareneed, and 

Clarke's Beach to Hibb's Hole, 

inc.- J. T. Andrews. 
Brigus to South River-W. Andrews. 
Harbor Main — George Murphy. 



Bell Island— V. A. O'Brien. 

Pouch Cove, Baidine and Cape St. 

Francis — David Jialdwin. 
Petty Harbor, Maddock Cove, to 

Doyle's Bridge — P. Howlett. 
Ferryland — Wm. Johnson. 
Cape Race to St. Shott's, inclusive — 

Daniel J. Pennell. 

St. Mary's j 

Riverhead, St. Mary's, exc, to Coli- 

net, inc. — Joseph Norris, sr. 

Barrisway to Bcckford — 

Placentia and Branch — John 

Handrick. 
Harbor Buffett and adjacent Islands 

— Charles Gilbert. 
Burin — Wm. Penney. 
St. Laivrcnce — Adolphe Turpin. 
Lawn to Lord's Cove — Jos. Manning 
Fortune— Q,\izx\^% Hillier. 
Grand Bank — Thomas Stoodley. 
Garnish to Boxey — Levi T. Cluect. 
Harbor Breton — Benj. Chapman. 
Burgeo East — John Hare. 
Puss Island to Cape Lahune — 

Samuel P. Camp. 
Burgeo to Isle aux Morts — James 

LeMoine. 
Isle aux Marts to Cape Ray — 

M. Bragg. 
Cap)e Ray to Codroy, inclusive — 

George r"rank. 
Capie Anguille to Serpentine Brook 

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

Cove, inclusive — N. Taylor (For- 
rester's Point). 
Lock's Cove to Englee, both inclusive 

Benj. Carey. 
Canada Harbor to Partridge Point, 

both inclusive — ■ 

Fleur-de.Lys to La Scie, both inc. — 

M. A. Toms. 
Labrador (except Hamilton Inlet) - 

Sergeant Alex. Dwyer. 
Hamilton Inlet — 



Keeper of Observatory. 
Miss Delaney. 



Government, O'fl'-CK 



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Stationery, Books, Fancy Good"?, Pictures. 



Colonial Secretary's Uepartment— Sub-Department of 
Public Charities, 

OFFICE: BRITISH HALL. Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.ui. 
Commissioner — K. H. O'Dvvyer. 
Inspector and Accountant — W. S. Dunphy. 
Cashier — George ¥. Power. 
Bookkeeper — W. J. Kenny. 

Relieving Officers in Outports. 



Keliigrews — F. Furaeaux. 
Harbor Main — Ed. Murray, J. P. 
Conception Harbor- -Va.triak Buck. 
Brigus — John Rabbitts. 
Port de Grave — R. H. Andrews. 
North River — John Long, of Wm. 
Clarke's Beach — Aubrey Newell. 
Bay Roberts — .John Marshall. 
Spaniard's Bay—'&sa.u (Josse. 
Tipper Island Core — W. Foung 
harbor Graca — Alex. Squires. 
Carbonear — William Noel. 
Freshwater — John Clarke. 
Broad Cove — Peter LeGrow. 
Western Bay — S. Kennedy (acting) 
Lower Island Cove — Geo. Cooper. 
Gull Island — Patrick Doyle. 
Bail de Verde — James Blvmdon. 
Grate's 6'o?;6— Hezekiah Saelgrove. 
Old Perlican — Joseph March. 
Haunt's Harbor — Thomas Seely. 

Heart's Content — 

IVinterton — Robert C. Hindy. 
]\e%v Harbor — C. Woodman. 
Britannia — John Leawood. 
Trinity — F. Somerton, J. p. 

Fox Harbor — 

Catalina — John Collins. 
Elliston — Benjamin Baker. 
Heart's Delight — Albert Case. 
Bonavista, — John Koper, J. P. 
King's Cove — Rev, S. A. Dawson. 
Open Hall — J. E. Long. 
Portland — Henry C. Haines. 
Salvage — William Ryan. 
St. Brendan's~M. Hynes. 
Wesleyville — W. Wricks. 
Greenspond — I. J. Mifflin, j.p. 
Musgrave Rr. — Wm. VV'hiteway, jr. 
Fogo—A. J. Fitzgerald. 
Tivillingate — J. White. 



Exploits — Wm. Winsor. 

Grand Falls vnd Bishop's Falls — 

H. F. Fitzgerald, J.p. 
Little Bay-T. E. Wells, J.P. 
LaScie — D. P. Duggan, j.p. 
Westport — H. L. Pearce, acting. 
Co7iche — Pj. Carey. 
St. Anthony — Luke Biles. 
Labrador — Josiah Gosse. 
Blanc Sablon — John Butt. 
Flower's Cove — F. G. Cox. 
Bonne Bay — John E. Roberts. 
Bay of Islands -M. E. Boland. 
St. h-eorge'sBay — R. McDouneIl,J.P. 
Channel — R. T. Squarey, J.P. 
Rose Blanche— B.. Furneaux. 
LaPoile — G. F. Read. 
Burgco—J . Cunningham. 
Rencontre West — Jas. Wormold. 
Pushthrough — Samuel Camp. 
Harbor Briton — C. Way) j.p. 
St. Alba7i's—K. McDonald. 
St. Jacques— Albert S^ Croix. 
Grand Bank — George Hell. 
Fortune — Rubert Snook. 
Lainaline—Va,ti\ck Healy. 
St. Lawrence — Levi Pike. 
Burin — S. Avery, J.P. 
Mortier Bay — John Walsh. 
Flat Island — Louis Choilett, J.P. 
Oderin — C. D. Bailey. 
*S^^. Leonard's — Thos. D. Leonard. 
H. Biijfett—\y. McK. Chambers,J.p. 
Argentia — A. T. Keats. 
Placentia — E. V. Greene. 
St. Bride's— V. Griffin. 
St. Mary's — John Nolan. 
Trepassey — T. G. Sutton. 
Ferryland—AMieA White. 
Tor's Coye— Wm. J. O'Driscoll. 
Whittle's Bay — Louis MuUowney. 



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District Surgeons. 



St. John's West—Di. N. S. Eraser, 
Dr. H. H. Cowperthwaite, 

St. John's East—Dr. T. M. Mitchell, 

Dr. r. Anderson, 



Harbor Grace— ^t. VV. H. Parsons. 
Placentia — Dr. N. McKendrick. 
Burf/60 — Dr. F. McDonald. 
Chunnell — Dr. W. Grant. 



Avondale — Dr. W. E. Jones. 

Lunatic Asylum. 
Resident Physician —T>r. J. (t. Duacan. Matron — Miss Fannie Field. 

Commissioners under Lunacy Act. 

Hon (;. Skelton, M.D. ; L. E. Keegan, M.D. ; C. H. Hutchings, 
K.C., Secretary. 

General Hospital. 

Governors — Hon. J. A. Robinsoa, Chairman ; Hoa. John Harvey, 

(.'.P . Ayre, J. Feneloa, J. W. Withers, C. O'N. Conroy, K. C. 
Resident Physician — Dr. L. E. Keegan. 
House Physician— Dr. C. Smith. 
Consulting Physician — Dr. N. S. Fraser. 

Assistant Physicians — Dr. T. Anderson, Dr. H. H. Cowperthwaite. 
Electro-therapeutics — Miss K. Coadon. 

Nursing Superintendent— ^liss Taylor. Matron — JNIiss Powell. 
Head Nurse — Miss Scott. 

Poor Asylum. 

Superintendent— ^iWmm H. Prideaiix. ilf«f)-o)i— Frederica Ross. 
Physician — Dr. J. G. Duncan. 

Medical Health Officers. 

St. Jo/im's— Medical Health Officer— Dr. R. A. Brehm. 

Insiiector William U Brien. 

Assistant Ias:iei;tor— Edward Lawlor. 

Clerks — Eli Whiteway, R. M Andrews. 

Inspector of Meats — 

Food Analyst- -.J as. Davies. 
H&rhor Grace — Dr. W. H. I'arsons. 

Fever Hospital. 

Attendant Physician — Dr. Alexander Campbell. 
Matron — Miss T. Duncan. 

Lazaretto 

Attendant Physician — Dr. Alexander Campbell. 
Matron — Mrs. Winslow. 

Tuberculosis Public Service. 

Medical Officer— J)r. H. Rendell. 
Superintende7it of Nurses — Miss Ella Campbell. 



Medical Practitioners. 



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MEDICAL BOARD. 

Dr. H. Rendell, Registrar and Trcasitrer— Appointed by St John's Medical Society. 

Dr. H. Shea, President — Appointed by Government. 

Dr. N. McKendrick— Appointed by Government. 

Dr. N. S. Fraser— Appointed by St. John's Medical Society. ' 

Dr. J. G. Duncan, S<. Jo^sre'*— Appointed by Conception Bay Medical Society. 

Dr. Cluny MacPherson, St. John's — Elected by the Medical Practitioners in Newfoundland. 

Dr. L. S. Pritchard, Bay Roberts — Elected by the Medical Practitioners in Newfoundland. 



Medical Practitioners in Newfoundland. 



Avondale — William Edt;ar Jones. 

.Baji JJoberis— Thos. C. McLeod, H. Atkinson, 
Lionel S. Pritchard. 

BcU Island— W. L. Carnochan, J. B, Lynch, 
H. A. Giovanetti, 

Bishop's B'alls—J. J. Smith, 

Bonavista— Robert B. Forbes, A. C. Ruther- 
ford, C. A. Forbes, 

Bonne. Bay — S. B. Fraser. 

£otwood—0. V. Smith. 

Brigus—F. D. Gill. 

Britannia Coj)e— Thomas F. Burr. 

Broad Cove — "R. Dunn. 

£TOo7:fiei(Z— Alexander S. Smith. 

Burgeo — Finlay McDonald. 

Burgoyne's Goce— "William Tulk. 

£urm— Arthur J. Moseley. 

Carhonear— Alb, Debrisy Boyle, G. L. Stenta- 
ford. 

Catalina — Alex. P. McKay, "G.S. Chamberlain 

■Change Islands—YL. A. Leslie. 

Clarke's Beach — W. B. Procunier. 

Curling — F. Fisher. 

Deep. Sea Mission-Drs. W. T. Grenfell, C.M.G. 
Grieve, Little, W. S. Armstrong. 

Ferryland — R. J. Freebairn, J.P. 

Fogo— Hugh F. Donahue, S. R. Johnston. 

Grand Bank—A\la,n McDonald. 

Grand Falls— K. B. Chamberlain. 

■Greenspond — Dongald Jamieson. 

Harbor Crrace — W. A. Strapp, W. H. Parsons, 
Charles Cron. 

Harbor Briton— A. E. Wilson. 

Heart's Content — Arthur AndeAon. 

Herring Neck — W. G. Shepherd. 

King's Cove— Charles G. Levisconte. 

Little River, Codroy — W. E. McLean. 



Joe Batt's Arm — John MacKenzie. 

Marystown—R. J. McDonald. 

Manuels — Archibald A. Chisholm 

Millertowyi — Arthur B. Lidstone. 

Musgrave Harbor — C. T. Whiteway. 

New Harbor— A. C, ToAt. 

Neit'town — A. H. Carnell, 

Old Peiiican- L. N. Pickard. 

Pilley's Island — Harold A. Abraham, 

Placentia- Neil McKenilrick. 

Port aiix Basques — William Grant. 

Salvage— John J. McDonald. 

St. George's— Donald J. Betliune. 

Smith's Sound — *\Villiani Tulk. 

St. Jacques— C. Fitzgerald. 

St. John's — Thomas Anderson, R. A. Brehm, 
F. W. Biuden, H. H. Cijwperthwaite, 
Alex. Campbell, J. G. Duncan, Nutting 
S. Fraser, Laurence E. Keegan, J. St. P. 
Knight, Timothy M. Mitchell, Chmy 
Mcpherson, H. M. Mosdell. J. Clarence 
MacDonahi, George Nelson Murphy, J. 
I. O'Connell, Lament Paterson, Herbert 
Rendell, W. Roberts, M. C. Roberts, W. 
T. Scully, Henry Shea, Fred. R Stafford, 
H. A. Smith, J. S. Tait. 

St. jVariy's— W. Hogan, J.P. 

Searstoion—Vf . M. Whelan. 

jTorbay— Joseph Richards. 

Trepassey — L. J. Giovannetti, J.P. 

Trinity — W. R. Barlow, S. G. Kean. 

Trinity East—G. T. Fitzgerald. 

TivWiinsrate— L LeDrew, C.V. Smith. A.J.Wood 

Valleyfield-W. B. Thomas. 

Wesleyville—G. F. Bowden. 

Western Bay — T. Milton Graen. 



The names italicized are attached to the R. A. M. C. at the front. 

Practitioners marked thus * practice under the 37th Section of Newfoundland Medical 
Act, 1893. 

DENTAL BOARD. 

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

PHARMACY BOARD. 

S/ John's— T. M. McNeil, John P. Curtin, A. SV. Keunedy, M. Connors, M. 
P. Wadden, E. G. McDonald, P. O'Mara, H. Courtenay. 
Harbour Oracc — E. B. Thompson. 



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GENERAL POST OFFICE. 

OFFICE HOUKs: 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. (Sundays excepted). 
Postmaster General — Hon. J. Alex. Robinson. 
Chief Clerk and Accountant— Qeorge W LeMessurier. 
Assistant Accountant and Cashier — Arthur W. Martin. 
Secretary and Inspector — William Campbell. 
Assistant Secretary — F. Ronald Clark. 
Stamp Clerk — Edwin J. MacGregor. 
Dead Letter Clerk — James J. Gal way. 
Clerk, Accountant's Office — John J. Jackman. 
Assistant Clerk— W. F. Coultas. 
Stenogrufher — Elsie Pension. 

Money Order Office. 

Superintendent — Jordan MiUey. 

First Clerk— GKCirge B. Lloyd. 

Second Clerk — Charles O'Keefe. 

Third C/eri— Douglas Shute. 

Fourth Clerk — .James J. Kelly. 

Junior Clerk and Typist — Stanley Lawlor. 

ST. JOHN'S POST OFFICE. 

Registration Branch. 

Superintendeyit — El ward Devereux. 
Checking Clerk — James Cox. 
Registration Clerk— Weston March 
Assistant liegistrntinn C/erfc— Harvey Vasey. 

Parcel Post Branch. 

Superintendent — John W. Kinsella. 
Second Clerk — Thomas Young. 
Third C7eri-— William Coady. , 

Assistant Clerks — Benjamin Moore, John W. Hayes, William F. G,- 
Haynes, Heber Williams. 

Storekeeper — Thomas F. Vavasour. 
Aseistant Storekeeper— C\rir]es Knight. 

Distribution Branch. 

Clerk in Charge — John H. Clarke. 

General Delivery Clerk — Michael F. Aylward. 

Foreign Despatching Clerks — James Coughlan, Wm. G. At will. 

Local Despatching Clerks — John F. Newman, Alex. Noseworthy. 

Window Clerk — Philip Moore. 

Assorters — A. Norberg, A. Goobie, J. Muiphy. 

Stamp Vendor — Stanley Garland. 

Junior Assorter — Joseph Squires, acting. 

Stamper — William F. Day. 



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Carpets with Vacuum Cleaner. 



Letter Carriers — JohnDeLacev, Leo J. Moort-, Che.-^lej Barnes, Heibert 
Chapmau, Ohesley Murray, Kredeiick Gimhue, James Raines, Graham 
Collins, Cecil Parsons, James Escott, jr., Denis Mealey, Gerald Jackman, 
Alex. Kingsman, John Peajce, Alex. VVilliams, Otto Skiflington. 

Keeper— A. Richard.^, acting. 

Fiyeman—VfiWmm Thistle. Watchman — 

Travelling' Post Offices. 

Clerks Sydney Offices- A. W. Shano, Gaudin DuTot, Isaac J. Evelly. 

Port-aiix- Basques — James Gushue. 

Mail Clerk, Western r.P.O.— David Coady. 

Mail Clerk, Boncwista Bay — Joseph A. Samson. 

Mail Clerk, Fogo District — Michael Miller. 

Mail Clerk, Fortune Bay — Onslow Brown. 

Mail Clerk, Notre Dame Dume Bay— John H. Bennett. 

Mail Clerk, Green Bay — A. B. Sceviour. 

Mail Clerk, Trinity Bay — James Tarrant. 

Mail Clerk, Flacenlia Bay — John Collins 

Mail Clerk, Straits of Belle Isle — James Boland. 

Mail Clerk, Labrador North— E. J. Wni'iiell. 

Mail Clerk, Labrador T.P.O's~T. B. LeGrow and Geo. H. Field. 

Mail Clerk, South Coas^— Jacob H. Poole. 

Mail Clerk, North East Cort,s<— Walter W. Bishop. 

Mail Clerk, St. Barbe East — John H. Collins. 

Railway Mail Clerks— J nines Whitten, Patrick Hickey, W. Kennedy, 
William Facey, S. J. Bradiinry, Thomas Grant, William Squires, Joseph 
Joy, W. J. Hogarth, James J. Fowler, Joseph Curtis, Patrick Williams, 
William Thistle, William Perchard, J. G. Keiley, Ahraui. Parsous, T. J. 
Bambrick, George Squires, L. M. Knight, John Legge, Stanley Adams,, 
Giles Smith, Daniel Ferguson. 

Branch Offices, St. John's. 

Garrison Hill — Miss Delaney. Monkstown—M.\ss Spry. 

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

Pleasant Street — Albert Taylor. 

(Central — Dicks & Co. 
East End M. 0. Office— Miss Bulky. 
Assistants—Uiss Meehan, Miss March. 
Duckworth Street East — Miss Coonan. 

Pillar Boxes. 

Hamilton Avenue; Railway Station, Job's Bridge; Junction of Le 
Marchaut Road and Pleasant Street; Junction Patrick Street and Hamil- 
ton Stjeet; Junction of Circular and Bannerman Roads ; Junction Fresh- 
water and Penny well Roads ; Foot of Long's Hill; Rawlins' Cross; Cus- 
tom House ; King's R^ad and Gower Street ; Entrance Gate, Colonial 
Building ; Oppposite the Court House on Duckworth Stieet ; Foot of 
Prescott Street ; Queen's Road, west ot Victoria Street; Corner Brazil and 
New Gower Streets ; Corner Cabot and Lime Streets ; Haywaid Avenue, 
corner McDougall Street. 



"28 Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Lovell 



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

Collectors will call regularly for letters at Postal Telegraph OflBces in 
the Court House and Customs' Building, and at the Branch Offices kept 
by Miss Coonan, Duckworth Street East; Miss BiiUey, Hotel Tremont, 
Duckworth Street; Mrs. Mealey, Riverhead; Miss Delaney, Garrison Hill; 
and Mrs. M. H«yes, King's Bridge, every morning (except Sundays) at five 
o'clock. Stamps ai'e sold at these offices. 

Pillar Boxes and Br-anch Offices at Miss Coonan's and Dick's & Co., 
will be cleared every week day at 6 a.m ; also at 2 o'clock, p m. Corres- 
pondence posted alter the hours stated will be too late for mails to be de- 
spatched on that day. The Box at Railwav will also be cleared of late 
lettei\s for despatcli by rail (provided two cents, late fee, is paid) ten minutes 
before starting' of train. Ea.'-t End Branch cleared daily, 6 a.m., 11 a.m. 
and 2 p.m. 

The City limils fur the delivery oi' letters aii^i papers are as fo lows: — 
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 Winter Avenue to Allandale Road to Pinewood 
Lane; thence by Merrymeeting Road to Penny well Ro^d (Hay- 
ward's Cottage) and Golf Avenue to LeMarchant Road and Cornwall 
Avenue to head of Shaw's Street ; Waterford Bridge Road an far as 
Synre's Bridge. 
There is a free delivery of letters and papers by Carriers throughout 
the City limits twice a cUi\ — at 9 a.m. and 3 p m. — and a delivery in busi- 
ness portion of the City at neon, afVr arrival of morning train, when prac- 
ticable. Carriers are authorised to collect insufficiently paid postage, and 
nothing further. 

The public are requested to have their correspondence addressed to 
the street and number, and to notify the Postmaster-General, in writing, 
of any chanije in resilience. Box holders should have their correspondence 
add lessee! to their respective Box numbers. 

Late Letter Fee. 
Letters posted after the hours advised for closing maill will only be 
forwarded by mail tlren lieiug despitched if the late fee (two cents) is paid. 
If late fee is not paid late letters will be held for next despatch of miil. 

Licensed Stamp Vendors. 

Atlantic Book Store. Water Street; Axford, Mrs. F., South Side East; 
Barnes & Co., Water Street ; Berrigan, Miss, Theatre Hill ; Bulley, Miss, 
Duckworth Street ; Byrne, G , 3^)7 Water Street ; Cash, .James P., Water 
Street; Conne.l, Mrs. ; Coonan, Miss, corner Duckworth' and Oidnance 
Streets ; Connors, Michael, Druggist, corner Water and Queen Streets ; 
Courtney, H., Druggist, Water Street West ; Dicks & Co., Water Street ; 
Duffy, M. A., Water and Cabot Streets ; Ennis, Julia, Water Street West ; 
Fitzgerald, Mrs., 20 Carter's Hill ; Fieldian Club ; Fitzpatrick, F., Cabot 
-Street; Fitzpatrick, John, Gower Street; Fanning, William, Harvey Road; 
Pope, R. E., corner Waldegrave and George Streets; Garland, S. E., 177 



Post Office Department. 29" 



and Covel's Chocolates; none better. 



Water Street ; Gray & Goodland, Water Street ; Hartery, Mrs., 1 New 
Gower Street ; LeMessurier, P. F., New Gower Street ; March, C. L., 299 
Water Street; Murphy, Miss K., McMiirdo's Drug Store, Rawlins' Gross ; 
O'Mara, P., Druf.;gist, Water Street West; McRae, Mrs., Water Street ; 
Mealey, Mrs. M., Water Street West ; McCoubrey, Mrs,, Water Street; 
Parsons, Ed., Hayward Avenue ; Power, E. M., Fleming Street ; Spry, 
Miss, 55 Monkstown Road ; Parsons, Walter. Druggist, LeMarcbant Road; 
Summers, Mrs., Military Road ; Stafford's Pharmacy, Duckworth Street ; 
Wiseman, Mrs.; Whitten, Miss, 26 Hayward Avenue; Whelan, J. J., coiner 
Gower and Colonial Streets ; Roberts, John, Hamilton Avenue ; O'Keefe, 
Miss, Hamilton Street; Joy, Samuel, New Gowef Street ; Stafford & Sons, 
Druggists, Theatre Hill; Power, Mrs., 46 King's Road ; Hamilton, Mrs. C. ; 
Parrell, Mrs. M., Water Street. 

POSTAL RATES. 

Inland Postage, Prepaid by Stamps. 
Letters, per ounce or fraction thereof ... ... ... ... 2 cents. 

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

Post Cards 1 cent. 

New.-pipers, local or foreign (printed), under 4 ozs. ... ... Free. 

Newspap IS nr Books, local or foreign (printed), over 4 ozs. ... 2c. per lb. 

Parcels, tiist ji 'Uiul ... ... ... ... ... ... ...Scents. 

Parcels, each additional pound ... ... ... . . ... 3 cent*. 

Circulars, per two ounces or fraction thereof ... ... ... 1 cent. 

[Prices current, printeil circulars, hand-bills, newspaper M.S., 
printers' proofsheets (whether corrected or not), maps, draw- 
ings, photographs, sheet music (printed or written), docu- 
ments (wholly 01 partly piinted or written, such as deeds, 
policies of insurance, and of like character) ; packages of 
reeds, cuttings, bulbs, roots, scions or giafts ; patterns or 
samples of goods or merchandise. 

Eye-glasses, micioscoj)ic slides and spectacles ; articles of 
a fragile nature, must be sent by parcel post and not by ordi- 
nary mail]. 
Registration ... ... _ ... ... ... ... ... ... 3 cents. 

The registration fee must in all cases, including Government Depart- 
ments, be prepaid by postage stamp, no matter to whom addre-sed, 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. 

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

FRANKED LETTERS. 

The following officials only shall be permitted to send and receive 
franked letters, O. 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 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for "American 



Assembly and Legislative Council, while in Session ; Secretary of Council 
of Higher Education ; the Judges Supreme Court ; thi Heads of Depart- 
ments ; Secretary Board of Agriculture; the Judges of the District Courts, 
St. John's and Harbor Grace ; the Comptroller and Auditor-General ; the 
Inspector-(5eneral of Constabulary ; the Postmaster-General ; the Govern- 
ment Engineer ; the Deputy Ministers, including the Assistant Collector 
and the Commisi^ioner ot Public Charities ; the Resilient Physician, Gene- 
ral Hospital and Lunatic Asylum ; the Secretary Public Works Depart- 
ments ; the Chief Clerk Post Office Department ; the P. O. Inspector ; the 
Chief Clerk Customs' Department ; the Inspector of Lighthouses ; the 
School Inspectors ; the Registrar of Biiths and Mairiages ; the Secretary 
Tuberculosis Society ; Mail matter for Pupils of School for the Blind ; 
Secietary Newfouijilln;! School Teachers' Association ; Public Health 
Officer ; Dept. OfficL-r.i l»t Newfoundland Regiment. 

Stipendiary Magistrates, Customs' officials. Poor officers, or otb'-- Gov- 
ernment officials not named ia above list, have no authority to send letters 
through the mail free ; and unpaid letters from such, not addressed to any 
of the above described Heads of Departments, St. Johu'^, should be taxed 
double postige. In ail cases the initials ot the persons having authority 
to frank must be marked on the left hand bottom corner of the envelope. 

FOREIGN POSTAGE TABLE. 

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

Registr^tion to Great Britain, four cents ; Canada and United States 
of America, [\\i' cents extra. 



Countries. 




Regis- 
tration 



Aden 

Aden (iiicluding Perim) 

Ascenciou 

*Austraiia — Common wealth of 

Bahama Islnids 

Barbados 

Bermuda 

British Cenlrri! .Africa 

British E-ist Africa , 

British Guiana 

British Houduias 

British India ... 

British North Borneo Company's THiiitory 
(incbsdiijg Colony of Labuan) ... 

British Postal Agencies in China, viz.: — 
Amoy, Canton, Chefoo, Foo-Cho, Han- 
kow, Hoihow, Lin-Kung-Tan (Wei-Hai- 
Wei), Ningko, Shanghai, Swatow and 
Tientsin ' 



Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 




2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


1 



Cts. 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



Post Office Department. 



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Lady" and " American Gentleman " Footwear. 

Fceign Postal Table— (Continued). 



Countries. 


Letters, 
per oz. 


Post 
Cards. 


News- 
papers, 
per 2ozs. 


Regis- 
tration. 




Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Canada 


2 


2 




5 


Cape Colony 


2 


2 




5 


Ce3mon Islands 


2 


2 




5 


Cyprus ... 


2 


2 




5 


*Egypt 


2 


2 




5 


Fanning Island 


2 


2 




5 


Falkland Islands 


2 


2 




5 


Fiji 


2 


2 




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 


Labuan, see British North Borneo. 










Lagos 


2 


2 




5 


Leeward Islands (Antigua, St. Kitts, Nevis, 










Dominica, Montserrat and the Virgin Islds) 


2 


2 




5 


Malay States (Perak, Selangor, Negri-Sembi- 










lan and Pahang) ... 


2 


2 




5 


Malta 


2 


2 




5 


Mauritius 


2 


2 




5 


Natal (including Zululand) ... 


2 


2 




5 


New Zealand (including Cook Islands, the 










Islands of Aitutkki, Nide, Mangaia and 










other British Islands within the boun- 










daries of the Colony of New Zealand)... 


2 


2 




5 


Nigeria (Northern) 


2 


2 




5 


Nigeiia (Southern) 


2 


2 




5 


Orange River Colony ... 


2 


2 




5 


Sarawak 


2 


2 




5 


Seychelles 


2 


2 




5 


Sierre Leone ... ... ... 


2 


2 




5 


Somaliland Protectorate 


2 


2 




5 


Straits Settlements 


2 


2 




5 


St. Helena 


2 


2 




5 


Tobago 


2 


2 




5 


Transvaal 


2 


2 




5 


Trinidad 


2 


2 




5 


Turk's Islands 


2 


2 




5 


Uganda 


2 


2 




5 


Windward Islands (Grenada, St. Lucia, St. 










Vincent and the Grenadies) 


2 


2 




5 


Zanzibar 


2 


2 




5- 



32 



Fost Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD... for Men's 



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

The letter rate to all other Postal Union Countries, France, Spain^ 
Russia, Italy, China (except British Agencies), Japan, &c., is 5 cents for 
the first ounce or fraction thereof, and 3 cents for each additional ounce 
or fraction of an ounce. Post Cards, 2 cents each. Newspapers, 1 cent 
per 2 ounces. Registration, 5 cents. 

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 to Great Britain. Money Orders 
issued and paid from 9 a.m., to 6 p.m. 

Commission on Money Orders. 

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

5 cents. 

^20 10 " 

30 15 " 

40 20 " 

50 25 " 

60 30 " 

70 35 " 

80 40 " 

90 45 » 

100 50 " 

No single Money Order, payable in Newfoundland, Canada or United 
States of America, can be i.^sued for more than ^100 ; but as many up to- 
$100 each may be given as the remitter requires. 

On the United Kingdom. 



If not exceeding $10 
Over %\0 not exceeding 





20 






30 






40 






50 






60 






70 






80 






90 





For 


3um8 not 


excee 


'din 


g£ 


stg. 


... ... 


.^0.12 


Over £ 2 stg. 


and 


not 


exceeding 


£5 stg. 


. 0.25 




5 






(( 




7 


. 0,37 




7 






«< 




10 


. 0.49 




10 






(1 




12 


. 0.61 




12 






(( 




15 


. 0.73 




15 






« 




17 


. 0.83 




17 






(( 




20 


.. 0.98 




20 






<( 




22 


. 1.10 




22 






(( 




25 


. 1.22 




25 






11 




27 


. 1.34 




27 






(( 




30 


. 1.46 




30 






11 




32 


.. 1.58 




3-2 






(( 




35 


.. 1.71 




35 






C( 




37 


.. 1.83 




37 






(( 




40 


.. 1.95 


Maximum amount of Orders 


on 


United Kingdom, £40 


stg., or ^194.77 



Post Office Department. 



33 



and Boy's Suits and Overcoats. 



List of Money Order Offices. 



Abraham's Cove, 

Adam's Cove, 

Agguathima, 

Argentia, 

Avondal, 

Badger, 

Badger's Quay, 

Bale Verte, 

Baine Harbor, 

Barr'd Islands, 

Battle Harbor, from 
May to Nov., or 
close of Narigation. 

Bay Bull«, 

Bay-de-Verde, 

Bay L' Argent, 

Bay Roberts, 

Beileoram, 

Bell Island, 

Bell Island Mines, 

Bishop's Falls, 

Blackhead, 

Blaketown, 

Bonavista, 

Bonne Bay, 

Bos Warlos, 

Botwood, 

Branch, 

Brigus, 

Britannia, 

British Harbor, 

Broad Cove, Bay Verde, 

Brsoklyn, 

Brownsdale, 

Bunyan's Cove, 

Burgeo, 

Burgoyne's Cove, 

Burin, 

Burin, North, 

Burlington, 

Burnt Point, 

Burnt Islands, 

Campbellton, 

Cape Broyle, 

Cape Race, 

Cape St. George, 

Carbonear, 

Carmanville, 



Cartvville, 

Cavtwright, 

Catalina, 

Cat Harbor, 

Change Islands, 

Channel, 

Clarenville, 

Clarke's Beach, 

Coachman's Cove, 

Codroy, 

Coley's Pt., B. Roberts, 

Colliers, 

Come-by-Chance, 

Conception Harbor, 

Conche, 

Conn River, 

Cook's Harbor, 

Corner Brook, 

Country R., B. Roberts, 

Cow Head, 

Orabbe'g, 

Crabhe's Station, 

Cupid's, 

Curling, 

Deep Bight, 

Deer Lake, 

Dildo, 

Dnnville, 

Elliott's Cove, 

EUiston, 

Englee, 

English Harbor, 

English Hr., West, 

Epworth, 

Exploit's Harbor, 

Fair Island, 

Fermeuse, 

Fei-ryland, 

Flat "island, B. B. 

Flat Islands, Burin, 

Flower's Cove, 

Fogo, 

Fortune, 

Fortune Harbor, 

Foster's Point, 

Fox Harbor, P. B., 

Freshwater, 

Gambo, 



Gander Bav, 

Garnis-h, 

Gaultois, 

Glenwood, 

Glovertown, 

Gooseberry Cove, 

Gooseberry Island, 

Goose Cove, 

Grand Bank, 

Grand Bruit, 

Grand Falia, 

Grand Lnke. 

Great Burin, 

Great Hr., Conaigre B., 

Green's Harbor, 

Greenapond, 

Griguet, 

Hant's Harbor, 

Harbor Briton, 

Harbor Buffett, 

Harbor Grace, 

Harbor Main, 

Harcourt, 

Hatchet Cove, 

Haystack, 

Heart's Content, 

Heart's Delight, 

Hermitage Cove, 

Herring Neck, 

Hickman's Harbor, 

Hillview, 

Hodge's Cove, 

Holyrood, 

Horwood's, 

Hnmbermouth, 

Indian Burying Place, 

Ireland's Eye, 

Jackson's Arm, 

Jackson's Cove, 

Jamestown, 

Jeffrey's Crossing, 

Joe Batt's Arm, 

Kelligrews, 

K itch uses, 

King's Cove, 

King's Point, 

Ladle Cove, 

Lady Cove, 



34 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Lamaline, 

La Poile, 

Lark Harbor, 

La Scie, 

Laurencetown, 

Lawn, 

Leading Tickle, W., 

Lethbridge, 

Lewieporte, 

Lewisporte, South, 

Little Bay, 

Little Bay Islands, 

Lsttle River, 

Loon Bay, 

Lower Island Cove, 

Mainland, 

Manuels, 

Marystriwn, 

Middlebroak, 

Millertown, 

Millertown Junction, 

Mobile, 

Monroe, 

Moreton's Harbor, 

Mu?grave Harbor, 

Musgrave Town, 

Nardini's, 

New Bonaventure, 

New Chelsea, 

New Harbor, 

New Melbourne, 

New^Perlican, 

Newtown, 

Nipper's Harbor, 

Norris' Arm, 

N orris' Point, 

Northern Bay, 

North Harbor, P. B., 

Oderin, 



Old Perlican, 

Ojicn Hall, 

Perry's Cove, 

Petites, 

Petty Harbor, 

Pilley's Island, 

Pike's Arm, 

Placentia, 

Point Leamington, 

Pool's Cove, 

Pool's Island, 

Port-auPort, 

Port Blandford, 

Port-de-Grave, 

Port Rexton, 

Port Saunders, 

Portugal Cove, 

Princeton, 

Pushthrough, 

Pouch Cove, 

Ramea, 

Rattling Brook, 

Red Island, 

Rencontre, F. B., 

Rencontre, H. B., 

Renews, 

Robert's Arm, 

Robinson's Head, 

Rose Blanche, 

Round Harbor, 

St. Anthony, 

St. Brendan's, 

St. Brine's, 

St. George's, 

St. Jacques, 

St. John's East, 

St. John's, 

St. Joseph's, Salmonier, 

St. Kyran's, 



St. Lawrence, 

St. Mary's, 

St. Vincent, 

Salvage, 

Salvage Bay, 

Sandy Point, 

Searstown, 

Seldom-come-by, 

Shoal Harbor, 

Sound Island, 

Southern Bay, 

Southport, 

Spaniard's Bay, 

Springdale, 

Stephenville, 

Stephen ville Crossing, 

Summerford, 

Sunnyside, T. B., 

Tilt Cove, 

Tilting, 

Tilting, 

Three Arms, 

Topsail, 

Torbay, 

Trepassey, 

Trinity, 

Trinity East, 

Twillingate, 

Upper Island Cove, 

Victoria Village, 

Victoria Cove, 

Ward's Harbor, 

Wesleyville, 

Western Bay, 

Westport, 

Whitbourne, 

Wlnterton, 

Witless. Bay, 

Wood's Island. 



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 Order. 

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



Post Office Bepartment. 



35 



;Men's Wear of the Hour. 



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 conditious. 

To Postmasters. 

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

List of Countries to which Money Orders may be sent. 



Aden, 

Algeria, 

Antigua, 

Argentine Republine, 

Australia, South & West, 

*Austria-Hungary, 

Bahamas, 

Barbados, 

Bechuanaland, 

Belgium, 

Beluthistan, 

Bermuda, 

Borneo, North British 

(Sandahan), 
British Guiana, 
"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. Thomas), 
Denmark (inc. Iceland 

and Froe Islands), 
Dominica, 
Dutch East Indies, 

Egypt, 

Falkland Islands, 
France, 

Gambia, 

♦Germany (and German E 
Africa Protectorate), 



Gibraltar, 

Gold Coast, 

Great Britain & Ireland, 

Greece, 

Greneda, 

Hawaii, 
Holland, 
Honduras, 
Hong Kong, 

India (British); Bander- 
Abas, Bushire, Jask & 
Linga (Indian Postal 
Agencies), 

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

Jamaica, 
Japan, 

Labuan, 

Lagos, 

Leeward Islands, 

Luxemburg, 

Malta, 
Mauritius, 
Mexico, 

Mombassa and Lamu, 
Montsetrat, 

Muscat (in Arabia), India 
Postal Agency, 

Natal, 
Nevis, 

New Guinea (German 
• Protectorate), 
New South Wales, 
Netherlands, 
Norway, 

Orange River Colony, 



Panama (British Postal 

Agency), 
Porto Rico, 
Portugal (Axores and 

Bladeira Islands), 

Queensland, 

Roumania, 

Russia (inc. Finland), 

St. Helena, 

St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St, 

Vincent, 
Salvador, 

Sandwich Isl'ds (Hawaii), 
Sarawak, 
Schyelles Islands, 
Siam, 

Sierre Leone, 
Straits Settlements 

(Singapore, &c.), 
Sweden, 
Switzerland, 

Tangier, 

Tasmania, 

Transvaal (see Orange 

River Colony), 
Trinidad, Tobago, and 

Turk's Island, 
Tunis, 
Turkey, 
Constantinople k Smyrna 

(British Postal Agency), 

United States of America. 

Urngay, 

Victoria (Australia), 

Zanzabar (India Postal 

Agency), 
Zuzuland, 

No order can be drawn on 
Spain. 



* Discontinued during war. 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., 



POSTAL ORDERS. 

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



Amount of 


Cost in Local Currency, 


IfiAmount of 


Cost in Local Currency, 


Order. 


including Commission. 


Order. 


including Commission. 


Is. Od. Stg. 


$ 27 


4s. ed. 


a 1 14 


1 6 


.39 


5 


1 26 


2 


53 


7 6 


1 87 


2 6 


65 


10 


2 48 


3 


77 


10 6 


2 60 


3 6 


90 


15 


3 71 


4 


1 02 


20 


4 93 



PARCEL POST. 

Inland. 

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

Inland Parcel Post Rates. 

Under 2 ozs. 

Over 2 ozs., but not exceeding 4 ozs 

(( 

II 
(1 





6 


U 




8 


(( 




10 


U 




12 


ii 




14 


u 




1 


lb. 




2 


lbs 




3 


(( 




4 


u 




5 


.( 




6 


C( 



Maximum weight, eleven pounda. 



,. 


. 


._. 1 cent. 


g4 


OZS. 


... 2 cents 


6 


(( 


... 3 


C( 


8 


(( 


... 4 


(( 


10 


(( 


... 5 


U 


12 


(( 


... 6 


(C 


14 


(I 


... 7 


(( 


1 


lb. 


... 8 


(f 


2 


lbs. 


... 11 


Ci 


3 


u 


... 14 


u 


4 


(1 


... 17 


u 


5 


ti 


"... 20 


n 


6 


1( 


... 23 


(( 


7 


(C 


... 26 


u 


8 


(C 


... 29 


(( 


9 


11 


... 32 


(( 


11 


11 


... 35 


(( 



Post Office Department. 



37 



Recommend "New Knit'" Underwear. 



no responsibility for loss 
The name and address of 



The receipt of all parcels are recorded, but 
can be accepted unless the parcel is registered, 
.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 tc time be agreed upon by the Governor in Council), not exceed- 
ing eleven pounds in weight, nor three feet six inches in length, or six 
feet in length or girth measured together — the girth being measured around 
the thickest part of the parcel. The rate of postage on such parcels, 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 ptircels over three pounds in weight, up to seven pounds, 
forty-eight cents ; over seven pounds and under eleven pounds, seventy-two 
cents — eleven pounds being the maximum weight. Parcels transmitted 
through the United Kingdom to countries to which the United Kingdom 
operates a parcel post system will be subject to the rates of postage charge- 
able by the United Kingdom on parcels to such countries, which postage 
shall be over and above the rate enumerated as aforesaid; such parcels aa 
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, cannot be insured during con- 
tinuance of the European war. 



Foreign Countries. 



Limit of 


Insured 


Value. 




Limit 


Algeria 




• ■ J 


£ 20 


Italy 


Belgium ... 




■ •■ 


120 


Luxemburg 


Beyrout ... 




■ •• 


20 


Montenegro 


Cameroons 




• «• 


120 


Norway .. 


China 




■ • • 


120 


Eoumania 


Constantinople 




■ •* 


20 


Russia 


Denmark ,.. 




• •■ 


120 


Sarawak ... 


Egypt ... 




... 


120 


Servia 


Finland ... 




• .. 


120 


Smyrna .. 


France 




... 


20 


Sweden 


Germany ... 




... 


120 


Switzerland 


Holland ... 




• .. 


40 


Tunis 



Limit of Insured Value. 



... £ 40 

... 120 

... 40 

... 120 

... 20 

... 120 

... 120 

... 20 

... 20 

... 120 

... 1^0 

... 20 



British Colonies and Possessions. 



Limit of Insured Value. 

Aden £120 

Antigua 



Ascention.. 



120 
50 



Limit of Insured Value. 

Bahamas ... ... .. £ 50 

Barbados ... ... ... 120 

Bermuda ... ... ... 120 



38 



Post OJlce Department 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Visit Our New 


Limit of Insured Value. 


Limit of Insured Value. 


British Guina 


... £120 


New South Wales ... 


... £ 50 


British North Borneo 


., 120 


JNew Zealand 


... 50 


Ceylon 


.. 120 


Nevis 


... 120 


Cyprus ... 




.. 50 


Niger Coast Protectorate 


... 53 


Dominica... 




.. 120 


Sarawak ... 


.. 50 


Falkland Islands 




.. 50 


South Australia 


... 50 


Gambia ... 




.. 120 


St. Helena 


... 50 


Gibralta ... 




.. 50 


St. Kitt's ... 


... 120 


Grenada . . . 




.. 50 


St. Lucia ... 


... 120 


Hong Kong 




.. 120 


St. Vincent, West Indies 


.. 50 


India 




.. 120 


Straits Settlements... 


... 50 


Labuan ... 




.. 50 


Tasmania ... 


... 50 


Lagos 




.. 50 


Tobago 


... 120 


Leeward Islands 




.. 120 


Tortola 


... 120 


Mombasa!'... 




.. 120 


Trinidad ... 


... 120- 


Montseraat 




.. 120 


Victoria ... 


... 50 


Zan 


zibar 


... 


£ 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 pnst : 



The sums payable for insurance are as follo^vs 

To ensure compensation up to £ 12 stg. 

Do. do. 24 stg. 

Do. do. 36 stg. 

Do. do. 48 stg. 

Do. do. 60 stg. 

Do. do. 72 stg. 

Do. do. 84 5tg. 

Do. do. 96 stg. 

Do. do. , 108 stg. 

Do. do. 120 stg. 



10 cents. 

15 

20 

25 

30 

35 

40 

45 

50 

55 



Compulsory Insurance. 

It is compiilsory for the senders of parcels containing coin, jewelery or' 
any other article of gold or silver, to insure the contents for at least part 
of their value, but during war insurance by P. 0. is discontinued. 

Any uninsured parcel found in the United Kingdom to contain such 
articles will be compulsorily registered, the addressee being charged with 
a fee of 9d. stg. The same rule will be enforced in this Colony in regard 
to parcels from the United Kingdom. 

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

Dominion of Canada. 

Parcels may be accepted at any Post Office in Newfoundland for ther 
Dominion of Canada, subject to the conditions herein named. The rate- 



Post Office Department. 39 

Mantle Department in the Upper Building. 

of postage being 12 cents per lb. or fraction of a lb. weight to all parts of 
Canacla. No parcel can be forwarded if over eleven poundr^ in weight, or 
if it measures more than two feet in length by one foot in width or depth. 

United States. 

Farce's are accepted for transmission to the United States subject to 
the following rule.s : — Not exceeding one pound, 12 cents ; for each pound 
or fraction of a pound, 12 cents. 

No parcel may exceed eleven pounds in weight, fhree feet six inches 
in length, or six feet In length and girth conibined. 

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

Registration. 

Local Parcels may be registered for 3 cents. Parcels for places abroad 
cannot be registered, although when addressed to the United Kingdom 
they may be insured, except during the present war. 

General. 

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

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

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 the purpose of the sender. 
It is not compulsory to affix the postage stamp to the address side. 

In addition to stamps for pre-payment, post cards may bear small 
labels showing the name and address of the sender and of the addressee ; 
and engravings and photographs on thin papers may be affixed to the back 
and left hand 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 regu- 
lations respecting papers. 



40 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Take Elevator for 

TABLE OF PARCEL 



Colony or Country. 





K 

^ 

CC 


4 lbs. 

5 lbs. 


03 

CD 





00 



Aden, including Berbera, Zaila 
and Perim. 

*Adrianople, see Turkey 

(Parcels must be claimed at 
Custom House, Constantinople). 

Africa, East Coast: — See British 
and German East Africa, Obock, 
Zanzibar. For Berbera and 
Zaila, see Aden. 

Africa, West Coast : — For British 
Possessions, see names of sepa- 
rate colonies. For French Pos- 
sessions, see French Congo and 
. Senegal. For Portuguese Pos- 
sessions, see Portuguese West 
Africa. See also Congo Free 
State and Liberia. 



$ c 
52 



Algeria 



Annam 

Antigua, see Leeward Islands. . . . 

Argentine Republic : — Caracas, 
Carupano, Cindad-Bolivar, 
Cumna, La Guira, La Vela de 
Coro, Maracaiba, Puerto-Cabello 

Ascension ". . . 

Australia. See several colonies 
under their respective names. 

*Austria-Hungary (not including 
Bosnia and Herzegovina). 



$ c 
5-2 



52 



$ c 

1 04 



70 



1 24 



93 



52 



Azores 

Bagdad, see India 
Bahamas 



Banks Island (same as New 

Hebrides). 
Barbados, via Halifax, N. S. . . 
Batavia, see Dutch East Indies 



70 



70 



1 24 



93 



52 



70 



70 



1 24 



93 



5l 



c 
04 



1 08 



1 64 



1 43 



1 04 



70 
052 



24 



70 
6'52 



48 



70 



70 
6 52 



72 



$ c 
1 04 



$ c 
1 (4 



1 08 



1 64 



1 43 



1 04 



1 10 



1 10 
i 04 



96 



1 10 



1 08 



$ c 

1 56 



1 08 } 48 



1 64 I 64 2 05 



1 43 



1 04 



1 10 



1 10 1 10 



1 04 



1 20 



1 04 



1 44 



1 43 



1 04 



1 10 



1 10 
i 04 



1 68 



2 00 



1 56 



1 50 



1 50 



1 56 



1 92 



* Discontinued during the War. 



Post Office Department. 



41 



New Coat and Shirt Department. 



POSTAL RATES, ETC. 



00 
05 


o 

1— t 


1— t 


Maximum 
Dimensions. 


Special Prohibitions. 


:$ C 

1 56 


$ c 
1 56 


$ c 
1 56 


Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Opium. 






















1 48 

2 05 


1 48 

2 05 


1 48 

2 05 


Greatest length, 

2 feet ; greatest 

length and girth 

combined, 4 ft. 

do. 


Letters, foreign bronze coins, arms and 
ammunitions of war, medicines (the 
component parts of which are not 
stated) parts of the vine plants and 
bulbs. 

Letters, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 


2 00 
1 56 


2 00 
1 56 


2 00 
1 56 


do. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Letters, vine plants, articles of gold or 
silver, or of exceptional value ; bul- 
lion, ostrich feathers, intoxicating 
liquors of all descriptions. 


1 50 
1 50 


1 50 
1 50 


1 50 
1 50 


Two feet in any 
direction. 

do. 


Letters, potatoes, foreign lottery tick- 
ets, plants with roots. Addresses of 
parcels of medicines, excepi chemists, 
must obtain a special license from the 
local authorities. 

Same as Portugal. 


1 56 


1 56 


1 56 


Same as to 
United Kingdom, 
do. 




2 16 


2 40 


2 64 











42 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Forest 



Table of Parcel Postal 



Colony or Country. 




OS 


to 




w 


00 

CO 


w 


DO 

00 


Bechuanaland, The Colony of. 

Same as to Cape Colony. 
Bechuanaland Protectorate. 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 


% c 


$ c 


$ C 


















Same as Khodesia. 
Belgium 

Belize, see British Honduras .... 


60 


60 


60 


96 


96 


Go 


96 


1 38. 


Bermuda, via Liverpool 

Bermuda, via Halifax, N. S 

Beyront 

♦Bohemia, see Austria 


52 

24 
52 


(' 52 

48 
52 


52 

72 
52 


1 04 

96 

1 04 


1 04 

1 20 
1 04 


1 Oi 

1 44 
1 04 


1 04 

1 68 
I 04 


1 56 

1 92 
1 56 


Borneo, see North Borneo, Sara- 


















Dutch East Indies. 
Bosnia, Herzegovina 


74 
76 

52 

52 

24 
52 

88 


74 
76 

52 

52 

48 
52 
88 


74 
76 

52 

52 

72 
52 
88 


1 16 
1 30 

1 04 

1 04 

96 

1 04 
1 2S 


1 04 

1 30 

1 04 

1 04 

1 20 
I 04 
1 28 


1 04 
1 30 

1 04 

1 04 

1 44 

1 04 
1 28 


1 04 

I 30 

1 04 

1 04 

1 68 
1 04 

I 28 


1 5&' 


British Central Africa:— Embrac- 
ing Abercern, Bleutyre, Chik- 
wawa, Chinde, Chiromo, Deep 
Bay, Fort Anderson, Fort John- 
Fort Roseberry, Kaluiigwzi, Ka- 
ronga, Mlange, Mpimbi, Pongo- 
mani. Port Herald, Rhodesia, 
Tinganyika Zoma. 

British East Africa : — (Goblanti, 
Kifmayu, Lsmu, Melindi, Mom- 
basa, Takungu, VVanga Witu). 
Kilkuvee, Mackakes, Muani 
Ndu. 

British Guiana, via Liverpool 

British Guiana, via Halifax, N. S. 

British Honduras 

*Bulgaria 


1 80 

1 56 

1 56 

1 92 
1 5& 

I 58 



* Discontinued during the "War. 



Post Office Department 



^^ 



Mills and Essex Mills Underwear. 



Rates, &c. — (Continued). 



to 


[0 

jO 

o 




DtS=. Special Prohibitions. 


t c 


$ c 


$ C 


Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Same as Cape Colony. 
Same as Rhodesia. 








1 38 


1 38 


I 38 


Two feet in any 
direction. 

Parcels slightly longer 

admitted if their other 

dimensions are small. 

than two feet are 


Letters, plants, game, fresh meat, shod- 
dy, air-guns, poiguards, bayonets, 
swordsticks, pistols and revolvers of 
small calibre, and foreign bronze, 
copper and nickel coins. 

Letters, lire-arms, tobacco (not includ- 


1 66 

2 16 
1 56 


1 56 

2 40 
1 56 


1 56 

2 64 
1 56 


Same as to 
United Kingdom. 

do. 


ing cigars and snutf), salt, plants. 








do. 

Two feet in any 

direction. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

do. 
do. 




1 56 
1 80 

1 56 

1 56 

2 16 


1 56 

1 80 

1 56 

1 56 

2 40 
I 56 
1 58 


1 56 

1 80 

1 56 

1 56 

2 64 

1 54 

1 58 


Letters, potatoes, pork, bacon, &c. ; 

foreign lottery tickets, plants. 
Letters. 

Poisonous drugs. 

Spirits, Opium, ganje, charas, chang, canu- 
abis, indica, parts of duitable articles, ex- 
cept by permission of Governor. 


1 56 
1 58 


do. 

Two feet in any 

direction. 


Letters, old and used papers, worn out 
clothes and boots, intended for sale ; 
plants, vegetables, flowers, grapes, parts 
of the vine, copper and silver coins, arms 
and ammunition, lottery tickets, cotton 
and geranium oil. 

Wax candles and poisonous drugs can only 
be imported under special conditions, to 
be ascertained in Bulgaria. 



44 



Post Office Department. 



B@- AYRE & SONS, LTD. Wolsley 



Table of Parcel Post 



Colony or Country. 



Balawayo, see Rhodesia 

Burmah, see India 

Cambodia (same asChoehin China) 
Cameroons 



Canada, see Turkey 
Candia 



:5 ^ 



—I c) a ■* >o o i^ 



C$C$C?fC$C$C' 



82 



12 



^ape Colony:— Cape Coast Castle, 46 
Cape of Good Hope, Cape Town 
and Durbaa. 

(As to Bechuanaland Protectorate, 
Mashonaland, &c., see Rhodesia) 



Cape Verde Islands : — St. Vincent 

and Santiago. 
Cayenne 



82 



24 



82 



36 



64 82 



80 

1 03 



Celebes, see Dutch East Indies .. 
Ceylon , 52 



Chili 



China (Amoy, Canton, Foehow, 
Hankow, Heihow, Macao, Ning- 
po, Shang Fai, Swatow). 

*Ciantschou (German Agency) . . 

Cochin, China 

Columbia, Republic of 



Comoro Islands : — (Grand Comoro, 
Johanna or Anjan and May- 
ette). 

Congo Free State 

^Constantinople 



1 20 



52 



1 10 
1 10 

77 



I 00 



90 
52 



80 

1 03 



1 22 



48 



1 28 



1 22 



80 

1 03 



52 



1 20 



52 



1 10 
1 10 

77 



1 00 



90 
52 



60 



1 46 



1 22 



72 



1 64 



1 22 



84 



1 82 






I C 



1 62 



1 25 
1 42 



1 25 
1 42 



52 



1 20 



52 



1 10 
1 10 

77 



1 00 



90 
52 



1 04 



1 58 



1 04 



1 64 

1 58 
1 29 



1 40 



1 30 
1 04 



1 04 



1 25 
1 42 



96 



2 28 



1 25 1 65 
1 42 1 80 



I 04 



1 58 I 58 



1 04 



1 64 
1 58 
1 29 



1 40 



1 30 
1 04 



1 04 



1 64 
1 58 
1 29 



1 40 



1 30 
1 04 



1 04 1 56 



1 58 



1 04 



1 64 

1 58 
1 29 



1 40 



1 30 
1 04 



1 98 



I 56 



2 00 
I 98 
1 83 



1 80 



1 70 
1 56 



* Discontinvied during the War. 



J'ost O^ce Department 



45 



Underwear for Men, Women and Children. 



Rates, &c.— (Coatiaued). 



05 



Maximum 
Dimensions. 



Special Prohibitions. 



c ? c 



1 62 



1 08 



2 46 



1 65 
1 80 



1 56 
1 I 
1 56 



2 00 
1 98 
1 83 



1 80 



1 70 
1 56 



$ c 



1 62 



1 62 



Two feet in any 
direction. 



1 10 



1 32 



2 64 



2 82 



Greatest length, 2ft.; 

greatest width or 

depth, 1 foot. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 



1 65 

1 80 



1 65 



1 80 



1 56 
1 98 

1 56 

2 00 
1 98 
1 83 

1 80 



1 70 
1 56 



do. 

Greatest length, 2ft.; 
length and girth 
combined, 4 ft. 



1 56 
1 98 
1 56 



2 00 
1 98 
1 83 



1 80 



1 70 
I 56 



Same as to 
United Kingdom. 

GreatesI length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

do. 



do. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

do. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 



Letters, liquids, plants. 



Letters, oleomargine, butterine, and 
similar substitutes for butter. 

Letters, specie, bullion, gold-dust, nuggets, 
ostrich feathers, tobacco stalks, essence of 
tobacco, tea, coffee or chicory, parts of the 
vine, fruit, plants, cuttings, bulbs or roots, 
unless accompanied by a special declara- 
tion made by the sender in the foi-m pre- 
scribed by the colonial authorities. 

No parcels containing plants, &c., can be 
accepted unless the Customs declaration 
or the cover bears the words: "Certifi- 
cate enclosed." 

Letters. 

Letters, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 



Arms and ammunition by way of merchan- 
dize. Parts sent separately, or articles 
which are liable to Customs duty. 

Letters, plants, arms and implements 
of war, articles injurious to health. 

Opium. 



Letters and opium 

Letters, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 

Letters, arms, ammunition. 



Letters, articles of gold, silver, 
jewelry, &c. 

Letters. 

Fire-arms, leaf tobacco (not including 
cigars and snufi), foreign coins, lot- 
tery tickets and fire-arms. 



46 



Post O'ffice, Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD, Agents for 



Table of Parcel Post 



Colony or Conntry. 


r— 4 


to 

1— 1 


to 






En 


00 

-—I 


00 


Cook Island (Raratonga). Same 

as Samoa, see New Zealand. 
Corsica 


$ c 


% c 


$ c 


% c 


$ c 


% c 


$ c 


$ c 


72 
85 


72 
85 


72 
85 


1 10 
1 50 


1 10 
1 50 


1 10 
1 50 


1 10 
1 50 


1 48 


-Costa Rica 

*Crete (Candia and Retime), see 

Turkey. 
Curacao, see Dutch West Indies... 


2 18 


















Cvi>rus 


52 


52 


52 


1 04 


1 04 


1 04 


1 04 


1 56 


Dahomey (Cotoneu, Dogba, Grand 




Popo, Ogoise, Porte Nova Why- 
da, same as French Congo. 
*Damaraland, see German South 


















West Africa. 
Demerara, see British Guina .... 


















Denmark 

Deigo Saurez, see Madagascar 


64 


64 


64 


1 04 


1 04 


1 04 


1 04 


1 44 


Dominica, see Leeward Islands ... 


















Dutch East Indies : — Bali, Banka, 
Biliton, Burueo (part), Celebes, 
Java, Madura, Moluccas, Rhio, 
Sumatra (part), and Timor. 

British Guiana (Paramaribo, \ 
and New Nickerie. 1 

Dutch West Indies: — Curacoa, | 
St. Eestatius and St. Martin. J 
Egypt, via Gibraltar 

Egypt, via I'Vance and Italy .... 
Arithrea Red Sea, Asmara, Assab, . 
Keren, Massowah. 

Falklaiid Islands 

Faroe Islands (same as Denmark) 


1 25 

1 13 

52 

70 
80 

52 


1 25 

1 13 

52 

70 
80 

52 


1 25 

1 13 

52 

70 
80 

52 


1 62 

1 54 
1 04 

1 29 
1 28 

1 04 


1 62 

1 54 
1 04 

1 29 
1 28 

1 04 


1 62 

1 54 
1 04 

1 29 

1 28 

1 04 


1 62 

1 54 
1 04 

1 29 

1 28 

1 04 


2 00 

1 88 
1 56 

1 58 
1 80 

1 56 


Fiji 

Finland 

Formosa, see Japan 


54 

72 


54 

72 


54 

U 72 


1 08 
1 15 


1 08 
1 15 


1 08 
1 15 


1 08 
1 15 


2 00 



* Discontinued dui'ing the War. 



Post Office Department. 



47 



the Famous "Sorosis" Shoes. 



Rates, &c. — (Continued). 



09 

05 




CO 

.—I 

i-H 


Maximum 
Dimensions. 


Special Prohibitions. 


% c 


$ c 
.... 


$ c 

.... 




See France, with addition of articles of 


1 48 

2 18 


1 48 

2 ]8 


1 48 

2 18 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 
Letters arms, ammunition. 

Locust eggs, salt, silver and copper 
coins, tobacco, tobacco and snuff. 












1 56 


1 56 


1 56 


do. 






















Letters, foreign lottery tickets and 
prospectuses, imitations of money, 
notes or bills, potatoes, almanacs. 


1 44 


1 44 


1 44 


Two feet in any 
direction. 












2 00 

1 88 
1 56 

1 58 


2 00 

1 88 
1 56 

1 58 
1 80 

1 56 


2 00 

1 88 
1 56 

1 58 
1 80 

1 56 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 

length and girth 

combined, 4ft. 

do. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Letters, opium, arms, salt (except fine 
table salt), coffee, plants or seeds. 

Letters. 

Letters, military stores (unless addressed to 
members of the British Army), materials 
for the composition of gmipower, salt, 
poisons (unless addressed to chemists or 
druggists), books of Musselman religion. 


1 80 
1 56 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Same as Italy. 


2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


do. 

Two feet in any 

direction. 


Letters. - 

Letters, brandy, guns, sword-sticks, &c.. 








playing cards, Finnish and Russian silver 
or copper coins, church effects, either, 
skin and fur of sea otters. 



48 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Piano 



Table of Parcel Post 



Colony or Country. 



<N 






^ 
■* 









^ 
t^ 



00 



France (not including Algeria and 
Corsica). 



French Congo (Loango, Caboon, 
Libreville, &c.) 

French Guiana 

Gaboon (Benito and Libreville), 
see French Congo. 

Gambia 

*German East Africa: (rfagamoyo, 
Dar-es-Salam, Kilwa, Lindi, 
Mikindani, Mohorro, Pangani, 
Saadani, and Tangi). 

*German S. W. Africa: (Delivery 
at Luderitzbueght, Ckahanja, 
Omarune, Otjembinjue, Swaks- 
prund, Windheck only). 

•Germany 

Gibraltar 

Gold Coast Colony : — (Acer, Adda, 
Axim, Cape Coast, Quitta, Salt- 
pond and Winnebah). 

Grand Bassam (same as French 

Congo). 
Greece 

(Parcels for Greece must be packed 
in some stronger material than 
paper or cardboard). 

Grenada 



I c 
62 



1 00 



1 00 



$ c 
62 



1 00 



1 00 



52 

1 24 

1 24 

58 

52 
52 



90 



52 



$ c 

62 



1 00 



1 00 



52 

1 24 

1 24 

58 

52 
52 



90 



52 



52 

1 24 

1 24 

58 

52 
52 



% c 
1 00 



1 40 



1 40 



90 



52 



1 04 
1 64 

1 64 

98 

1 04 
1 04 



!$ C 

I 00 



$ c 
I 00 



$ c 
1 00 



$ c 
1 38 



1 40 



1 40 



1 30 



1 04 



1 04 
1 64 

1 64 

98 

1 04 
1 04 



1 40 



1 40 



1 30 



1 04 



1 04 
I 64 

1 64 

98 

1 04 
1 04 



1 40 



1 40 



1 04 
1 64 



1 80 



1 80 



1 56 

2 06 



1 64 2 06 



1 30 



1 04 



98 

1 04 
1 04 



1 3C 



1 04 



1 38 

1 56 
1 56 



1 56 



^ost Office l)e'parhnenl. 



49 



Players, Gramaphone Records, etc. 


Rates, &c. — (Contiaued). 


05 


o 


CO 


Maximum 
Dimensions. 


Special Prohibitions. 



$ c 
1 38 



1 80 



I 80 



1 56 

2 06 

2 06 

1 38 

1 56 
1 56 



c Nf 
38 1 



c 
38 



I 80 



1 80 



1 56 

2 06 

2 06 

1 38 

1 56 
1 56 



1 80 



1 80 



1 56 

2 06 

2 06 

1 38 

1 56 
1 56 



Two feet in any 
direction. 

Slender parcels, such 

as umbrellas, &c., 

may be accepted up 

to 3ft. 6in in length. 



Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 



1 56 I 56 



Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

Greatest length, 2ft.; 

length and girth 

combined, 4 ft. 



do. 



Two feet in any 
direction. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

do. 



Letters, secret and forbidden arms, ammu- 
nition, game out of season, foreign bronze 
coin, tobacco (unless addressed to the 
" Reggie," or in limited quantities for the 
personal use of the addressee); essence of 
tobacco, playing cards, shrubs, parts of 
the vine, young trees, gold or silver arti- 
cles, jevs^ehy, lace, objects of art. 

Letters, gold, silver, arms, jewelry, &c. 



Letters. 
Letters. 

Letters. 



Letters, plants with roots, all parts of the 
vine plant (except grapes), books of a 
social democratic ov socialistic tendency. 

Arms, ammunition. 



Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 



1 56 



Letters, tobacco, fresh meat, sausages, raw 
hides, wool ; the horns, bones or other 
parts of oxen or sheep; plants and parts 
of plants, including flowers and fruit ; 
wcrnout linen and bedding, oil-clothes, 
rags, old papers, playing-cards, salt, and 
cigarette paper. 



Same as to Unmanufactured tobacco. 
United Kingdom. 



50 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Flour. If you are 

Table of Parcel Post 



Colony or Couatry. 





OD 
CO 


» 

jQ 
■* 


5 lbs. 

6 lbs. 





00 



Guadaloupe 



Hawaii 



$ 
1 05 



55 



Heligoland (same as Germany) 
Herzegovina (same as Rosnia) 
Holland 



52 



Honduras, Republic of 



Hong Kong 

Iceland, same as Denmark 

India 

(Including the Andaman Islands 
and Burmah, also the follow- 
ing places on the Persian Gulf 
and in Turkish Arabia: Bagh- 
dad, Bahrein, Bander -Abas, 
Bushire, Bushrah - Gaudier, 
Jask, Linga, Mohommerah 
and Musat). 

Italy 



85 

48 

1 02 



82 



Ivory Coast, see French Congo 
Jamaica, via Liverpool 



Via Halifax, N. S 

*Janna, see Turkey 

(Parcels must be claimed at 
Santa Quaranta). 

* Discontinued during the War. 



52 
24 



$ c 
1 05 



77 



52 



85 



60 



I 02 



82 



52 

48 



$ c 
1 05 



I 01 



52 



85 



72 



1 02 



82 



52 
72 



» c 
1 4-2 



I 54 



98 



I 55 



I 24 



1 68 



1 16 



1 04 
96 



% c 
1 42 



1 78 



98 



1 55 



1 24 



I 68 



1 16 



1 04 
I 20 



c $ c 
42 1 4" 



2 02 



U 98 



I 55 



1 36 



1 68 



1 16 



1 04 
1 44 



c 
80 



2 IG 2 78 



9H 1 40 



1 5:>!2 24 



1 48 1 80 



1 68 



2 40 



1 16 1 45 



1 04 
1 68 



I 56 

1 92 



Post Office Department. 



51 



not using " Our Own " brand, Try a Barrel. 



Rates, &c. — (Continued). 






o 



Maximum 
Dimensions. 



Special Prohibitions. 



% c 
1 80 



3 02 



% c 

1 80 



3 26 



« c 
1 80 



3 50 



Greatest length, 2ft.; Letters, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

Same as to 
Uuited Kingdom. 



1 40 



i 40 



I 40 



2 24 
2 00 



£ 24 
2 12 



2 24 



25 



2 40 



1. 40 



40 



1 45 



1 45 



1 45 



1 56 

2 16 



1 56 

2 40 



1 56 

2 64 



Two feet in any 
direction. 

Parcels slightly 

longer than two feet 

are admitted if their 

other dimensions 

are small. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

do. 



do. 



Greatest length, 

breadth or depth, 

2 feet. 



Same as to 
United Kingdom. 



Letters and opium. 



Letters, fresh meat, pork, bacon, saus- 
ages, hides, living plants, fat of 
animals. 



Letters. 

Opium. 

To Burmah : — Fire-arms and ammuni- 
tion, except for the Government ; 
preparations of hemp. To Bagdad or 
Bushrah; Worn clothes, arms, am- 
munition, poisons, and caricatures of 
royal or other notable persons. 



Letters, tobacco, salt, pork in any form, 
bacon, plants or living pa'-ts of plants (ex- 
cept cut flowers and fruits from Nov. 1 to 
May 30), vegetable manure, game from 
Jan. 1, to SejJt. 1, playing-cards address- 
ed to S. Marino, alms or chemical com- 
pounds without the express previous per- 
mission of the Italian authorities ; sac- 
charin and its products, fresh meat, 
parcels addressed to persons or soldiers In 
military prisons, copper coins not current 
in Italy. 

Letters. 



52 


Post Office Department. 


AYRE & SONS, Ltd., for Ships' 


Table of Parcel Post 



Colony or Country. 



Japao, via Halifax, N. S. 



Java 



Jeddah 



*Jerusalem, see Turkey 

(Parcels must be claimed at the 

Custom House, Java). 

Kiaatschan, China 

Labuan 

Lagos, Africa 

*Lagos, Turkey, see Turkey ►:.... 
Leeward Islands, W. I 

Via Halifax, N. S 

Liberia 

Little Popo and Rome, (same as 

Cameroons). 
Luxemburg, Grand Duchy of .... 



Madagascar (Deigo, Saurez, Mai- 
unga, Nossi-Be, Ht. Maria and 
Tamative, only). 

Madeira 



Malta 

Martinque 



Mashonalaad, see Rhodesia 
Massawah, see Erirterea . . 
Mauritius 



5 5 



CO 






j2 



$ c 
37 



1 24 



80 



80 
52 
52 



52 
24 
75 



60 



1 00 

74 

52 

1 00 



1 05 



i» c 
74 



1 24 



92 



88 
52 
52 



52 

48 
75 



60 



1 00 

74 

52 

1 00 



1 05 



$ c 
1 11 



1 24 



1 04 



88 
52 
52 



52 

It 52 
75 



60 



1 00 

74 

52 

1 00 



1 05 



$ c 
1 48 



1 62 



1 36 



1 28 
1 04 
1 05 



1 04 

96 

1 44 



98 



1 40 

1 16 
1 04 

1 4iJ 



$ c 
1 85 



CO 



$ c 
2 22 



1 62 1 62 



1 48 



1 28 
1 04 
1 05 



1 04 
1 14 

1 44 



98 



1 40 

1 16 
1 04 

1 40 



1 48 



1 48 



1 60 



1 28 
1 04 
1 05 






% c 

2 59 



1 62 






I c 



2 00 



1 72 2 02 



1 28 
1 04 
1 05 



1 04 
1 20 
I 44 



98 



1 40 

1 16 
1 04 
1 40 



1 48 



1 04 
1 24 
1 44 



98 



1 40 

1 16 
1 04 
1 40 



1 80 
1 56 

1 58 



1 56 

1 92 

2 10 



1 35 



1 80 

1 55 
1 56 

1 80 



1 48 1 90 



* Piscontinued during the War, 



Post Office, Department. 



53 



Supplies, Chains, Anchors, Lines and Twines. 



Rate?, &c. — (Continued). 



Maximum 
Dimensions. 



Special Prohibitions. 



2 00 



•2 14 



1 80 
1 56 
1 58 



1 56 

1 46 

2 10 



1 .^5 



1 80 

1 55 
1 .56 
1 80 



1 90 1 

I 



$ c 



% c 



2 00 
2 26 



1 1 
1 i 

1 58 



1 56 

2 46 
2 lu 



1 35 



1 80 

1 55 
1 56 

1 80 



2 00 
2 38 



I 80 
1 56 
1 58 



1 56 

2 64 
2 10 



1 35 



1 80 

1 55 
] 56 
1 80 



1 90 



Greatest length, 

breadth or depth, 

2 feet. 

Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

' Same as to 
United Kinodom. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

Two feet in any 
direction. 



do. 

Parcels slightly 

longer than two feet 

are admitted if their 

other dimeuBlons 

are small. 



Greatest length, 2ft. 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

Two feet in any 

direction. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

Greatest length, 2ft.: 

length and girth 

combined, 4ft. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 



Letters, tobacco, salt, tire-arms, poisons, 
dangerous medicines, opium. 



Letters, opium, arms, salt (except fine 
table salt), cofl'e, plants or seeds. 

Letters, arms, salt, tobacco, plants and 
parts of plants, baekish. 



Letters. 



Letters, articles of gold, silver, 
jewelry, &c. 

See Portugal. 

Letters, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 



Same as Rhodesia. 



54 



Post Offi^ct Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



Table of Parcel Post 



Colony or Countrj'. 


1— 1 


.a 


en 

CO 








w 


CO 


Mayotte, see Comoro Islaud 


$ c 


$ C 


« c 


« C 


$ c 


§ C 


$ C 


i C 


Mexico 

Moluccas, see Dutch East Indies . 


52 


52 


52 


1 18 


1 18 


1 18 


1 18 


1 70 


Mobassa, see British East Africa. 


















Monaco, same as France 


















Moategro 

Montserrat, see Leeward Islands . 


80 


8- 


80 


1 28 


1 28 


1 28 


1 28 


1 80 


Morocco (Casablanca, Mazagan, 
Mogador, Rabat SaWi, (see a\so 
Tangier). 

Muscat, see India , . . . . 


84 


84 


U 84 


1 25 


t 25 


I 25 


1 25 


1 64 


*Mytilene, see Turkey 


















Natal 

Nevis, see Leeward Islands 


48 


66 


84 


1 28 


1 46 


1 64 


1 82 


2 28 


Netherlands, see Holland 


















Caledonia cannot be insured). 
New Guinea (British), same as 


I '21 


1 21 


1 21 


1 60 


1 60 


1 60 


1 60 


2 00 


Queensland. 

*New Guinea (German). Service 
suspended. 

New Hebrides 

New South Wales (including Nor- 
folk Island). 

New Zealand 

Nigei Coast Protectorate and 
Niger Company's Territories. 

North Borneo, the territory of 
British North Borneo Company, 
not including Sarawak. 

Norway 


1 21 

55 
52 

52 
52 
52 

52 


1 21 

65 
64 

64 

52 

70 

52 


1 21 

85 
76 

76 
52 

83 

52 


1 64 

1 26 
1 05 

1 05 
1 04 
I 26 

93 


1 64 

1 42 
1 17 

1 17 
I 04 
1 44 

93 


1 64 

1 68 
1 29 

1 29 
1 04 
1 44 

93 


1 64 

1 86 
1 41 

1 41 
1 04 

1 80 

93 


2 04 

2 10 
1 93 

1 96 

1 56 

2 20 

1 36 


Nossi-Be, see Madagascar 


Novi-Bazar, same as Bosnia .... 
















. . . . 


Nyassaland, see Brit. Cent. Africa 







. . . . 


.... 









. . . . 



Discontinued during the War, 



JPost Office Tte'partmeni. 



5B 



New York Underwriters Agency. 



Rates, &c.— (CoDtiaued). 





O 


DD 

1—4 


Maximum 
Dimensions. 


Special Prohibitions. 


1 c 


c 


$ c 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 

length and girth 

combined, 4ft. 


Letters, lipuids and substances which easily 
liquify, fruit, vegetables, money in any 
form, precious stones, poisons, tickets, 
circulars, and advertisements of lotteries. 

Letters, jams, poisons. 


1 70 


.... 

1 70 


1 70 


















Greatest length, 
breadth or depth, 2ft. 


Letters, very fragil articles, tobacco, 
salt. 


1 80 


1 80 


1 80 






Letters, gold, silver, jewelry. 


1 64 


1 64 


1 64 


do. 












2 46 


2 64 


2 82 


Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Letters, specie, bullion, golddust, nuggets, 
ostrich feathers, fire-arms (except by per- 
mission of Governor. 












2 00 


■1 00 


2 00 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 


Letters, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 


2 04 

2 27 
2 15 

2 16 

1 56 

2 38 

1 36 


2 04 

2 42 
2 27 

2 27 

1 56 

2 56 

1 36 


2 04 

2 58 
2 40 

2 40 

1 56 

2 74 

1 36 


do. 

do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 
do. 

2ft. in any direction 


Letters. 

Letters, tobacco in any form, opium. 

Letters, tobacco in any form (except sam- 
ples addressed to a manufacturer or 
dealer), opium. 

Letters, tobacco in any form, vine cnt- 

tings, grapes. 
Breech-loading guns. 

Tobacco, opium. 
Letters. 

































56 



Post Office Dejpartmenl. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. 



Table of Parctl Post 



Colony or Country. 






CO 



^ 
•* 






I— H 



00 



Obock (East Africa) , 



Oil Rivers, see Niger Coast Pro- 
tectorate. 
Oranjre Free State 



Paaama, same as Columbia 
Paraguay 



Persia (not including Bundar- 
Abas, Bushire, Jask and Linga, 
where there are Indian P.isL 
Office agencies. 

Peru 



Philipolis, same as Bulgaiia 
Portugal 



% c 
84 



52 



L) 96 



1 85 



1 36 



Portuguese West Africa 



Queensland 



7U 



62 



76 



Karatoga (Cook Islands, same as 
Samoa, via New Zealand. 

Reunion 



"■Rhodes, see Turkey 

Rhodesia (Matabelelaud, Mash- 
oaaland). 

Poumania. (Parcels for Roumania 
must be packed in wood, tin, 
canvas, or similar material, and 
not merely in paper or cardboard. 



1 04 



6 



86 



$ c 
84 



% c 
84 



52 



{) 52 



96 



1 85 



1 36 



96 

1 85 

1 36 



70 



62 



7(-i 



70 



62 



) 76 



1 04 



1 04 



1 88 



86 



■1 03 
86 



c 
22 



1 04 



$ c 
1 22 



$ c 
1 22 



$ c 
1 22 



$ c 
1 60 



1 04 



1 04 



1 04 



1 56 



1 55 1 55 



I 



2 50 



1 80 



I 10 



76 



1 05 



1 42 



2 35 
1 24 



2 50 



1 SO 



1 55 

2 50 

1 80 



1 55 

2 50 

I SO 



2 18 



1 10 



1 10 



1 10 



1 50 



76 



1 29 



76 



1 29 



76 



1 41 



84 



1 90 



1 42 



1 42 



1 42 



1 80 



3 9^ 4 60 



1 24 



1 24 



5 28 
1 24 



6 00 
1 62 



* Discontinued during the War. 



Fost Office Department. 



57 



Gramaphones from $15.00 upwards. 



;Rttes, Etc. — (Continued). 



05 



1^ 
o 



Maximum 
Dimeasions. 



Special Prohibitions. 



$ c 
1 60 



$ c 
1 60 



$ c 
1 60 



Greatest length, 2ft.; 

length and girth 

combined, 4ft. 



1 56 



■2 18 



1 50 



84 



1 56 



1 56 



2 18 



1 50 



84 



2 18 



1 50 



2 10 2 40 



1 80 



1 6: 



84 



2 40 



1 80 



Same as to 
United Kingdom. 



Greatest length, 2ft.; 

length and girth 

combined, 4ft. 

do. 



do. 



Two feet in any 
direction. 



Greatest length, 2ft.; Letters 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 



Letters, gold, silver, jewelry. 



See Cape Colony. 



Letters, articles of gold, silver, jewelry, 
&c., corrosive fluids. 

Letters. 



Letters, corrosive liquids, guns, swords, 
pistols, and instruments of war ; gold, 
silver, jewelry, etc. 



Letters, silver money, tobacco, parts of the vine 
(except grapes without leaves), plants, postage 
stamps, or other stamps, or stamped paper, not 
obliterated; paper money payable :to bearer; 
medicine, unless accompanied by the prescrip- 
tion. A parcel may not consist of two or more 
packages. 



1 80 



1 62 



Same as to 
United Kingdom. 



Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 



Same as to 
LTnited Kingdom. 

Tvro feet in any 
direction. 



Letters, tobacco in any form (unless for the per- 
sonal US3 of the addressee) ; spirits (except per- 
fumed or medicinal spirits) ; opium, grapes, 
vine, cuttings, coffee, plants or seeds. 



Letters, articles of gold, silver, jewelry, 
&c. 



Same as Cape Colony. 



Letters, tobacco in any form, plants, except seeds 
or dried roots ; arms, ammunition, playing cards, 
Roummian bronze, money, rags, cotton waste, 
&c., patent medicines, special pharmaceutical 
preparations. 



58 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD.. for the 



Table of Parcel Postaf 



Colony or Country. 






C<5 



^ 
•* 






a 
CO 









Russia (packing of parcels same 
as Roumania). 



$ c 
86 



$ c 

se 



St. Croix, same as St. Thomas . . 
St. Eustatius, see Dutch W. Indies 
St. Helena 



St. John, same as St. Thomas . . 

St. Kitts 

St. Lucia, same as St. Vin' ent . . 
St. Martin, see Dutch West Indies 

St, Thomas 

St. Vincent, West Indies 

Via Halifax, N. S 

^Salonica, see Turkey 

Salvador, Central America 



Samos, Apia , 



Sand wick Islands, see Hawaii. . . . 
Santa Cruz Islands, same as New 

Hebrides. 

Sarawak 

Sardinia, same as Italy 

Senegal (including Kaeges in 

French Soudan). 



52 



52 



52 



52 



72 
52 
24 



% c 

86 



$ c 
1 24 



$ c $ c 
I 24 1 24 



52 



52 



1 14 



1 22 



Servia . . 

Seychelles 



Siam (Bangkok, Chiengmai, poch- 
nampch, Maken, SaSawan and 
and Beheng only). 

Sicili, same a4 Italy 

Sieore Leoue 

Smyrna 



South African Republic, see Transvaal 
South Africa 



48 
82 

76 
52 

76 



72 72 
52 52 
48 72 



1 14 



1 22 



52 
52 



52 



65 
6'82 

76 
52 

76 



1 14 



1 22 



1 04 



1 04 



1 30 
1 04 
96 



1 85 



52 
52 



64 



84 
6 82 

76 
52 
76 



52 
52 



$ c 
1 24 



1 04 1 04 



I 04 



1 .30 
1 04 
1 20 



1 85 



1 64 I 64 



1 28 
i 22 

1 16 
1 04 
1 28 



1 04 
1 04 



1 04 



1 04 1 04 



1 30 
1 04 
1 44 



1 85 



1 64 



1 28 1 28 



1-22 

1 16 
1 04 

1 28 



1 04 

1 04 



76 



88 



1 00 



1 22 

1 16 
1 04 

1 28 



1 30 
1 04 
1 68 



1 85 



1 64 



9 C 

1 62 



1 56- 



1 56 



1 88 
1 56 
1 92 



1 28 



1 04 
1 04 



1 29 



1 22 

1 16 

1 04 

1 28 



1 04 
1 04 



2 25 



2 03 



2 2S 

I'eo 

1 56 
1 56 

1 80 



1 56 
1 56 



1 42 1 93- 



* Discontiuued the War. 



Post Office Department 



59 



" Sorosis," The Fashion Standard of the World. 



Rates, Etc. — (Continued). 



05 


03 

i-H 

o 

I-H 


■a 


Maximum 
Dimensions. 


Special Prohibitions. 


% c 
1 62 


$ c 

1 62 


$ c 
1 62 


Greatest length, 

2 feet ; greatest 

length and girth 

combined, 4 ft. 


Letters, plants, objects from which liquids 
or fat exudes, Russian coins of small value, 
gold and silver articles not up to the pro- 
per standard, lottery ticket-^ or wouden 
pipe-stems. Parcels must lie accompanied 
with five Customs declai ations. 












1 56 


1 56 


1 56 


Same as to 
United Kingdom, 
do. 


Bullion, ostrich feathers, Cape brandy,. 
ar'=!enic. Bengal rum, .a({ua :udiente. 










1 56 


1 56 


1 56 


do. 




1 88 
1 56 

9, 16 


1 88 

1 56 

2 40 


1 88 

1 55 

2 64 


do. 
do. 


Letters. 






Letters. 


2 25 
2 03 


2 25 
2 03 


2 25 
2 03 


do. 
do. 


Letters, arms, air-guns, nitrate of po- 
tash, saltpetre, apparatus for coining^ 
money. 

Letters. 












2 28 


2 28 


2 28 


do. 


Letters, gold, silver, arms, jewelry, &c. 

Letters, parts of the vine. 

Letters, worn clothes, &c., if intended 

for sale. 
Letters, arms, opium. 


1 60 

1 56 
1 56 

1 80 


1 60 

1 56 

1 56 

1 80 


1 60 

1 56 
1 56 
1 80 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

Two feet in any 

direction. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

do. 


1 56 
1 56 


1 56 
1 56 


I 56 
1 56 


do. 
do. 

do. 
do. 


Letters, fire-arms, tobacco (not including 
cigars or snuflf), salt, plants, swordsticks, 
materials for the composition of gun- 
powder ; books unfavorable to the Otto- 
man government. 

Letters, vine cuttings. 


2 15 


2 27 


2 42 





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Post Office Departinent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Our New 



Table of Parcel Post 



Colony or Country. 


1— ( 




to 


4 lbs. 

5 lbs. 


6 lbs. 

7 lbs. 

8 lbs. 


Spain (uot exceeding 6J lbs.) .... 

Straits Settlements : — (Malacca, 
Penaug, Prevince, Wellesley 
and Siugapore. Parcels are also 
accepted at sender's risk for 
Jshor, Isegri, Sembilau, Peh- 
ang, Perak, Selaugor and Snujie 
Ujong in the Malayan Pen- 
insula). 

Sumatra (Di.tcli), sae East Indies. 


$ c 
80 

52 


$ C 

80 
52 


$ c 

80 

52 


$ c 

SO 

1 04 


% c 

80 

1 04 


$ c 

80 

1 04 


% c 

80 

1 04 


f c 
1 56 


Swpdeu 


58 

70 

1 62 

45 
52 

52 


58 

70 

1 62 

56 
64 

52 


58 

70 

1 62 

67 

76 

52 


1 12 

1 10 

2 02 

1 02 

1 09 

1 04 


1 12 

1 10 

2 02 

1 13 

1 17 

1 04 


1 12 

1 10 

2 02 

1 24 
1 29 

1 04 


1 12 

1 10 

2 02 

1 35 
1 29 

1 04 


1 56 


Switzerland 

Tahiti 

Tangier 

Tasmania 

Tobago 

Togoland, same as Cameroon=i . . 


1 50 

2 40 

1 70 
1 93 

156 


Tonquin 

Tortola, see Leeward Islands .... 


1 22 


1 22 


1 22 


1 60 


1 60 


1 60 


1 6C 


1 98 


Transvaal (including Bremersdorf 
in Swaziland). 

Trebizond, see Turkey 


53 


53 


53 


1 01 


1 36 


1 64 


2 27 


3 02 





















* Discontinued during the War. 



Post 0(fi£e Department. 



61 



Mantle Deoartment is a Model One. 



Rates, Etc. — (Coutinued). 



w 

03 


w 

o 


m 

^ 


Maximum 
Dimeasioas. 


Special Prohibitions. 


1 e 


3 c 


$ C 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Letters, fire-arms and ammunition, air-guns, 
reproductions of Spanish maps and plans, 
missals, brevaries, rosaries, relics, &c., 
plants, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 

Letters, opium, spirits. 


1 56 


1 56 


1 56 


1 56 

1 50 

2 40 

1 81 

2 15 

1 56 


1 56 

1 50 

2 40 

1 92 

2 27 

1 56 


1 56 

1 50 

2 40 

■2 03 
2 40 

1 56 


Two feet, in any 
direction. 

Parci'is slightly longer 

than two feet, are 
admitted if their other 
dimension.s are small. 

do. 

Gi'eatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 

Same as to 

United Kingdom. 

do. 

do. 


Letters, rags, shoddy, worn clothes, except 
for the personal use of the addressee, his 
family or servants ; manufactured gold 
and silver not of a certain degree of fine- 
ness ; drugs and arsenic, unless addressed 
to prof essional men ; articles made abroad 
bearing marks. 

Letters, newspapers, intended for sale or 
distribution, unless addressed to a post 
office ; spirits of wine, meat (unless dried, 
smoked or tinned). 

Letters, gold, silver, jewelry, &o. 

Letters, arms, ammunition, opium, 

sulphur, saltpetre, lead. 
Letters, tobacco (except in quantities not 
exceeding five pounds, or for the personal 
use of the addressee, or as bona fide 
samples. 


1 98 


1 98 


I 98 


Greatest length, 2ft.; 
greatest length and 
girth combined, 4ft. 


Letters, gold, siver, jewelry, &e. 


3 02 


3 26 


3 50 


Same as to 
United Kingdom. 


Letters, money, precious stones, articles of 
gold, in addition to the articles inadmis- 
sable to the Cape Colony or Natal. 













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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Gramaphone 

Table of Parcel Post 



Coloay or Country. 



^ 
t^ 



00 



Trinidad and Tobago via Liverpool 



_ Via Halifax, N. S. . . . 
Tripoli, Syria, see Turkey 
Tripoli, Africa 



Tristan d'Acunha, same as St. 

Helena. 
Tunis 



Turk's Island and Cayman, same 

as Jamaica. 
Turkey ; German and Austrian 

Agencies in Turkey. 

United States of America 



United Kingdom 



Note. — 
Any Parcel containing' watches, 
jewelry, or any arti' le >'f gold 
or silver must be insured for 
at least part of its value, and 
securely sealed with wax or 
lead iu such a way that it can- 
not be opened without break- 
ing the seal or leaving obvious 
traces of violation. 
Parcels containing liquids or 
substances which easily liquify, 
should have two receptacles, 
the 'inner one containing the 
liqttid, and the outer one of 
wood or tin, with the space 
between tilled with bran, saw- 
dust or some other absorbent 
material. 

* Discontinued during the War. 



$ c 
52 



24 



S c 
52 



48 



74 



74 



84 



84 



64 



12 



64 



24 



24 



24 



I c 

52 



072 



$ c 
1 04 



96 



1 04 



1 20 



U 74 



1 12 



1 12 



84 



1 22 



I c 
1 04 



1 44 



1 12 



1 22 1 22 



64 



36 



76 



48 



76 



60 



24 



48 



48 



76 



72 



48 



S c 
1 04 



1 12 



1 22 



76 



84 



U 48 



I c 

1 58 



1 92 



1 50 



1 60 



88 



96 



72 



Post O^ce Department. 



63 



Records from 50cts,, double size ; large stock. 

"Rates, Etc. — (Continued). 



,0 
I— < 

■03 



Maximum 
Dimensions. 



Special Prohibitions. 



•■$ c 

1 58 



2 16 



1 50 



1 60 



.0 88 



J 08 



♦D 72 



$ c 
1 58 



2 40 



$ c 
1 58 



2 64 



Same as to 
United Kingdom. 



1 50 



1 50 



1 60 



1 60 



Greatest length, 2ft.; 
length and girth 
combined, 4 ft. 

Same as to 
United Kingdom. 



88 



1 24 



88 



1 32 



Greatest length, 2ft. ; 

length and girth 

combined, 4ft. 

do. 



72 



72 



do. 



Letters, Cocoa, parts of dutiable articles, 
rum, all other spirits except perfumed or 
medicinal spirits, gudga indiga, bhahg, 
opium. 

Same as Tunis. 



Letters, coins, arms and munitions of 
war, nitra of soda, saltpetre, salt, to- 
bacco, plants, parts of the vine, fresh 
vegetables, jewelry, &c. 

Letters, tobacco (except cigars and 
snutf), plants, gold, silver, jewelry, &c. 

Publications which violate the copyright 
laws ; poisons, inflammable substances, 
liquids, confections and pastes ; live or 
dead animals ; fruits and vegetables, and 
substances which exhale an odor, lottery 
tickets, ets. Parcels may be sent at let- 
ter postage rate. 

Letters, explosives and dangerous articles, 
foreign reprints of British copyright 
works, acetylene, base or eounterfeit 
coins, fictitious stamps, and any die, plate 
or material for making such stamps, ex- 
traots, essences or other concentrations 
of coffee, chicory, tea or tobacco ; inde- 
cent or obscene prints, books, pictures or 
other articles ; snuff work, tobacco stalks, 
flour ; articles infringing the law as to the 
marking of merchandize ; foreign prison- 
made goods ; saccahrine and substances 
of a like nature or use, such as saxin, &c.; 
rags, shoddy, disused and filthy clothing 
and bedding, and live animals (except 
bees in properly constructed cases. 

Tobacco, including cigars, cigarettes and 
snuff is admitted, if declared, but is sub- 
ject to a fine in addition to the duty. 

Gold and silver plate, imported as merchan- 
dise, must be assayed, and is not admitted 
if below the proper standard. 

No parcel may contain coin (unless clearly 
intended for purposes of ornament), or 
bullion exceeding £5 in value. 



64 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Specifications 



LIST OF POST 


OFFICES IN 


NEWFOUNDLAND. 


Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Abraham's Cove 




St. George 




Mrs. Charles Duiiey 


Adam's Cove 




Bay de Verde . . 




Nathaniel Diamond 


Adeytowa 




Trinity . . 




Mrs. J. L. Adey 


Admiral's Beach 




Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Alban Hearn 


Admiral's Cove 




Ferryland 




Mrs. S. O'Neill 


A 0*113 t.hn DM 




S^^-, (TPOrfp 






Xa.1i IX di (j 11 LI LI di 

Amherst Cove 




Bonavista 




Elizabeth Ford 


Angel's Cove 




Placentia and St. 


Mary's, 


Mrs. Patrick Coffey 


Anderson's Cove 




Fortune 




Charles Thornhill 


Apsey Cove 




Fogo . . 




Fanny Chalk 


Apsey Point 




Trinity 




Mrs. Malcolm Stanley 


Argentia 




Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


J. J. McGrath 


Arnold's Cove 




(( 


(C 


Majy Ann Boutcher 


Aquaforto 




Ferryland 




Henry C. Windsor 


Avondale 




Harbor Main . . 




Bertha Mooi-e 


Avondale North 




(( 




Patrick O'Brien 


Badger l>rook 




Twillingate 




Cecil Cunningham 


Badger Quay 




Bonavista 




Bertha Hoskins 


Baie Verte 




St. Barbe 




Tryphena Robins 


Baine Harbor 




Placentia and St 


Marj's. 


Mrs. A. Andrews 


Balena 




Fortune 




Mrs. George Fudge 


Bank Head 




St. George. 




Margaret M. Power 


Bareneed 




Port de Grave . . 




Mi-s. Mary Boone 


Bar Haven 




Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Peter Shea 


Barred Island 




Fogo . . 




Corbett Rendell 


Bartlett's Harbor 




St. Barbe 




Mrs. Thomas Cains 


Barrisway, Little 




Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Michael Foley 


Bauline 




St. John's East . 




Elizabeth Butler 


Bay Bulls 




Ferryland 




Emily O'Brien 


Bay D'Espoir, Ship Cove. 


Fortune 




George Collier, jr. 


Bay de L'eau 




Plaeentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Thomas Burton 


Bay de Verde 




Bay de Verde . . 




William MOrth 


Bay du Nord, For. 


Bay!! 


Fortune 




Martha Farrell 


Bey du Nord, Her. 


Bay.. 


cc 




Robert Henderson 


Bay L' Argent 




c< 




V. E. Banfield 


Bay Roberts 




Harbor Grace . . 




W. J. Mercer 


" Assistant.. 


li 




W. F. Brennan 


Beau Bois 




Burin . . 




Mary Ann Dober 


Bear Cove 




St. Barbe 




Hannah Breen 


Belburns 




a 




John D. House 


Bell Island 




St. John's East. . 




Wm. K. Murphy 
Minnie Murphy 


Bell Islaud Mines 


. . 


a 




c< (< 


Asst. 


cc 




Thomas Shanahan' 


Bellevue 
Belleoram 




Trinity 
Fortune 




Margaret Lynch 
A. Sodero 


Benoit's Cove 




St. George 




Elisha Basha 


Benton 




Twillingate 











Post Office Department. 



65 



and Estimates for Church Organs. 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Birchy Bay 


Twillingate 




Mrs. Jer. Canning 


Birchy Head 


St. Barbe 




Mrs. Silas Halfyard 


Bishop's Falls 


Twillingate 




Miss T. While (Opr.) 


Bishop's Falls Station . 


cc 




M. J. Walsh 


Bishop's Cove 


Harbor Grace . 




Mrs. Jolm Burnett 


Biscay Bay 


Placentia and St 


. Mary's. 


Thomas Ryan 


Black Head 


Bay de Verde . 




C. Hudson 


Black Head 


St. John's East. 




Wm. Healey 


Bluck Island 


Twillingate 




Mrs. P. Frampton 


Black Kiver 


Placentia and St 


Mary's. 


Mrs. — Ifred Gosnoy 


Black Duck Brook 


St. George 




Margaret Ann Bozee 


Blaketown 


Trinity 




Miss EHie Smith 


Block 


St. George 




Kate Gillis 


Bloomfield 


Bonavista 




George Keailer 


Boat Harbor 


Placentia and St 


Mary's. 


Joseph Matterface 


Bonaventure 


Trinity 




Charles Bailey 


Bonavista 


Bonavista 




H. G. Mifflin 


Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe 


^ 


A. R. Roberts 


Boot Harbor 


Twillingate 




Lilian Taylor 


Botwood 


ii 




Miss E. Alt ken (Opr) 


Boswarlas 


St. George 




Mr^. Andrew Harvey 


Boxey 


Fortune 




Clara M. Miles 


Boyd's Cove 


Twillingate 




John W. Freake 


Bragg's Island 


Bonavista 




Mrs. D. Glover 


Branch 


Placentia and St 


Mary's. 


J. \V. English 


Brent's Cove 


St. Barbe 




John Carroll 


Brewley 


Placentia and St 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Wm. Emberiey 


Bridgeport 


Twillingate 




Elsie Jones 


Brighton (Dark Tickle). . 


( ( 




Mrs. S. R. Fudge 


Brians 


Port de Grave . . 




Alice Bartlett 


" (Assistant) 


C( 




Ellen Sheehan 


Brigns Cross Roads 


li 




John Byrne 


Brigus Gullie-i 


<c 




John N. Learaon 


Brigns South 


Ferryland 




Richard Gregory 


Brig Bay 


St. Barbe 




Jonas G. Jackman 


Brien's Stand 


Harbor Main . . 








Bristol's Hope 


Carbonear 




John Peddle (Opr. > 


Britannia Cove 


Trinity 




L. Leawood 


British Harlpor 


c< 




Mary Gardner 


Broad Cove, BaydeVerde 


Bay de verde . . 




Alfred LeGrow 


Broad Cove, Flaceutia . . 


Placentia 




Mary F. Hartley 


Broad Cove, Bonavista . . 


Bonavista 




Ellen Lawton 


Broad Cove, Renews 








(Cappa Hayden). . 


Ferryland 




Elizabeth Murphy 


Broads 


Port de Grave . . 




Jacob Moores 


Brooklyn 


Bonavista 




Victor Handcock 


Brooklield, B.B. 


(( 




Mrs. Nathan Kean 


Broom's Bottom 


St. George 




Flora Cammie 


Brownsdale 


Trinity 




Mrs. C. Armstrong 



66 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Law, Union 



Name of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name, 



Brunette 
Bryant's Cove 
Bunyan's Cove 
Burgeo 
Burin 
Burin Bay 
Burin Bay Arm 
Burin North 
Burgoyne's Cove 
Burlington 
Burnt Arm, S.S. Exploits 
Burnt Island, Beuavista. 
Burnt Ids, B. & La Poile. 
Burnt Point 
Burying Place . 
Butler's Cove 
Butler's Cove, S.W. Arm 
Oampbellton 
-Canada Harbor 
Cape Cove 
Canning's Cove 
Cape Broyle 
■Cape Freels 
Cape Island 
Cape La Hune 
Cape Norman 
Cape Onion 
Cape Race 
Cape Ra,y 
•Cape Shore 
Cape Sc. George 
Caplin Bay 
•CapUn Cove 

Oaylin Cove, Random . . 
•Carbonear 

" (Assistant). . 

" (Carrier) .. 

Carmanville 
Carter's Cove 
Cartyville 
Catalina 
Cat Harbor 
Cavendish 
■Centre Cove 
Chambers, P.B. 
■Champneys West 
Champney's East 
Chance Cove 
Change Islands 



Fortune 

Harbor Grace . . 

rionavista 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

Burin 



Trinity 
Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

ijay de Verde . . 

Twillingate 

Burin 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Ferryland 

Bonavista 

r^>urgeo and La Poile 

St. Barbe 
it 

Ferryland 

Burgeo andjLa Poile 

Bonavista 

St. George 

Ferry] stnrt 

Bay de Verde . . 

Trinity 

Carbonear 



Fogo 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Trinity 



Placentia 
Trinity 

it 

Fogo 



. . Mrs. M. Hillier 
. A. Noseworthy 
. . Mrs. James Burry 
. . Mrs. R. C. Matthews 
. . VV. E. Bishop 
. . Mrs. Harriet Hoban 
. . Rennie M. Hollett 
. . Ellen Sparrow 
. . Elizabeth Steele 
. . George Robbins 
. . Florence Peyton 
. . Minnie Kelly 
. . Mrs. Jessie Hare 
. . Mrs. Edgar Tucker 
. . James Proule 
.. Benjamin Hollett 
. . Mrs. Joshua Spurrell 
.. Miss May Janes (Opr) 
. . Mrs. Wm. Clarke 
.. R. C. Cluett 
. . John Simmonds 
. . Kate Walsh 
. . Mrs. M. Humphries 
. . Mrs. Chas. Vincent 
. . Robert Keeping 
. . Wm. Scanlon 
. . Abel Decker 
. . Hannah J. Myrick 
. . James Janes 
. . Mouico Whili'en 
. . John Coraack 
. . Mary Keough 
. . Thomas Cull 
. . Mrs. Jos. Whelan 
. . Thomas Powell 
. ..Susie Fike 
. . James E. Burgess 
. . Bessie C. Skianer 
. . E. G. Farr 
. . Richard T. Legge 
. . Juliana Guy 
. . Henry Robbins 
. . Mrs. E. Jackson 
. . Lewi. T. A. Piercey 
. . Susanna Chambers 
. . James Freeman 
. . M. B. Dewling 
. .jEmmanuel Smith 
. .'Janet Porter 



Post Office Department. 



67 



and Rock Fire Insurance Co., of London, England. 



Name of Office. 




Postmaster's Name, 



Channel 
<Jhapel Arm 
■Chapel's Cove 
Charles' Brook 
■Charlottetown 
Chimney Cove 
Clam Bank Cove 
Clarenville 

" (Assistant) . . 

'Clarenville South 
Clarke's Beach 
Clattice Harbor 
Coachman's Cove 
■Codroy 
Coley's Point 
Colinet 
Collier's 

Collier's Central 
Collier's Bay Cove 
Comt-by-cbance Village.. 
Come-by-chance Station.. 
■Comfort Cove 
Conception Harbor 
Conche 
Connaigre 
Conne 
Conn Kiver 
Coomb's Cove 
Coppitt 
Cor bin, Burin 
Corbiu, Fortune 
Corner Brook 
Cottle's Island 
Cottrell's Cove, New Bay 
Country Road 
Cow Head 
Coward's Island 
Crabb's 

Crabbs Station, East 
Crawley's Island 
Creek 

Cul de Sac West 
Cupid« 
Curling 
Current Islane 
Cuslctt 
Daniel's Cove 
Daniel's Harbor 
Daniel's Point 



Burgeo and La Poile 

Trinity 

Harbor Maine . . 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

St. George 

Trinity 



Port de Grave . . 

Placentia and St. Mary' 
St. Barbe 
St. George 
Harbor Grace . . 
Placentia and St. Mary 
Harbor Main . . 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary 

Twillingate 
Harbor Main . . 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 



Burgeo and La Poile 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Harbor Grace . . 
St. Barbe 
Bonavista 
St. George 

Placentia and St. Mary 

St. George 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Port de Grave . . 

St. George 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary' 

Bay de Verde . . 

St." Barbe 

Placentia and St Mary's. 



Mrs. L. A. Rnss 
Evelya Warren 
Thomas Hawco 
Mrs. Josiah Purchase 
Lizzie Spracklin 
Peter Burfett 
Mrs. Henry Young 
Miss E. Rodgers(Opr) 
Miss Jones 
Edward Pearce 
Edith Leslie 
Mary Connors 
Nellie Hearn (Opr) 
Miss M. Parsons(Opr) 



Ann Did ham 
Mrs. Wm. Cole 
Mrs. Phil. HedisoQ 
Uriah Thorn 
Edgar Adams 
Geo. B. (Courage (Opr) 
Joseph Eveleigh 
Shan. Buck (Opr) 
Kate Dower 
Andrew Harris 
Fred. Hatch 
Nicholas Jeddore 
Alfred Bartlett 
Elizabeth Bowles 
Thomas Grant 
Mrs. Philip J. Poole 
James Stewart 
Mrs. Eli Anstey 
Jacob Manuel 
Gerrrnde Parsons 
John Payn, jr. 
Job Lane 
Mrs. James Pike 
James Pike (Opr) 
Peter Keating 
Mrs. James Marsh 
Minnie Spencer 
M. M LeDrew 
Augustus Condon 
James Williams 
Catherine McGrath 
Margaret Howard 
Nathaniel Brophy 
Alice Fiolay 



68 



Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for celebrated 


Nam^ of Office. 


District, 


Postmaster's Name, 


Dawson Cove 


Fortune 


Esau Wells 


Deep Biylit 


Trinity 


Mrs.MinnLellanssord 


Deer Harbor 


(( 


Jemima King 


Deer Island 


Bonavista 


Carrie King 


Durrell 


Twillingate 


John ;Minty 


Deer Island, Burgeo 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Mrs. James <"' irew 


Deer Lake 


St. George 


Paul Moo' i (Ope'tr) 


Delbv's Cove 


Trinity 


Henry G-i.^lner 


Dildo 


( ( 


Emma Auure 


Dlldo South 


" 


Mrs. Solomon Reid 


Douk 


Port de Grave . . 


Mrs. .Jas. Batten 


Doyles Station 


St. George 


J. J. Doyle(Operator)' 


Drook 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


James St. troix 


Dunville 


(( (C 


Joachim Connors 


Daggan's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Mrs. G. Andrews 


Ellistoii . 


Trinity 


Alfred Crewe (Op'r) 


Elliott's Cove 


it 


Deborah Smith 


Englee 


St. Barbe '.'. '.'. 


•Jane Gillard 


English Harbor, Trinity.. 


Trinity 


H. G. Bats:)n 


English Harbor, West . , 


Fortune 


Emma J. Evans 


Epworth 


Burin 


Ernest Bra.iley 


Exploits 


Twillingate 


\Vm. Wlnsor 


Exploits, Assistant 


(4 


Uetiie Roberts (Opr> 


Fair Islands 


Bonavista 


James Bl-owu 


Famish Cove 


Placentia and St. ary's. 


•Joliu (Jrauiin 


Farmer's Arm 


Twillingate 


Edgar Sznall 


Felix Cove 


St. George 


Daniel Hall 


Femme 


Fortune 


Mrs. Wilson Dodge 


Fermeuse North 


Ferryland 


Michael Rossiter 


Fermeuse (Riverhead . . 


tt 


Mrs. J. Keuny 


Fermense S, (Telephone) 


c( 


John O'Shaughnessy 


Ferrole 


St. Barbe . . .'. 


Patrick Rumboldt 


Ferryland 


Ferryland 


Thomas G. Morry 


" (Assistant).. 


(t 


Beatrice Morry 


Fishot Island 


St. Barbe 


Bridget Bromley 
David Beuoit 


Flat Bay 


St. George 


Flat Islands, Sampson . . 


Bonavista 


Anna Sampson 


Flat Islands, Burin 


Burin 


Muriel Clarke 


Flat Kock 


St. John's East 


Kate Allan 


Fleur de Lys 


St Barbe 


John S. Walsh 


Flower's Cave 


i i 


Mrs. Sarah Way 
Ambrose Fitzgerald 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Fortune 


Burin 


Amelia Benue"tt(Our) 
Edith Miller (Opr) 


Fortune Harbor 


Twillingate 


Foster's Point 


Trinity 


Mrs. Mary Pond 


Fox Cove, Burin 


Biiria 


Mrs. Anastatia Antle 


Fox Cove, Fortune Bay.. 


Fortune 


Flor. Whittle (Opr) 
Nellie Healy f Oprj 


Fox Har., Plac. Bay . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Fox Island 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Charles Warren 



Post Office Department. 



69 



Saxonne Boots and Shoer, British make. 



Name of Office, 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Fox Island River 


St. George 




Samuel R. Parsons 


Fox Koost 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Morgan Walters 


Fox Trap 


Harbor Main .. 




Richard Dearin 


Francois 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Maggie Durnfurd 


Fredericton 


Fogo 




Wm. T. Bemister 


Frenchman's Cove 


St. George 




George Wheeler 


Frenchman's Cove, Burin 


Burin 




Cecelia Cluett 


Freshwater 


Ray de Verde . . 




William S. Davis 


Freshwater, Bell Island., 


St. John's East 




Mrs. George Parsons 


Freshwater Road 


St. John's West 




Bridget Dutf 


Friday's Bay 


Twillingate 




Thomas Tizzard 


Gambo 


Bonavista 




Louis House 


Gander Bay 


Fogo 




Annie Butler (Opr) 


" (Assistant).. 


C( 




Miss Moss 


Garnish 


Fortune 




Esther Grandy 


Gaskiers 


Plaeentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. John Critch 


Gaultois 


Fortune 




E. Simms (Opr) 


Gaulton's Island 


Plaeentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. Jolm Warren 


George's Brook 


Trinity 




Bertha Prince (Opr.) 


Georgestown 


Port de Grave . . 




D. Bartlett 


Glenwood 


Twillingate 


, , 


Miss Rowsell (Opr.) 


Glovertown 


Bonavista 




L. G. Burton (Opr.^ 


Goddenville 


fl arbor Grace . . 




John Higglns 


Golden Bay 


Plaeentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs.M. McDonald 


Goose Arm, Bay of Ids. . 


St. George 




John H'^ury 


Goose Cove 


St. Barbe 




M. J. McDonald 


Gooseberry 


Plaeentia and St. 


Mary's, 


Mrs. Wm. Doyle 


Gooseberry Cove 


Trinity 




Mrs. Wm. Flyna 


Gooseberry Islands 


Bonavista 




Sarah House 


Goulds 


St. John't, West 


, , 


Archibald Chafe 


Goulds, Brigus 


Port de Grave . . 




Joseph Gorman 


Grand Bank 


Burin 




Mabel Forsey (Opr.) 


Grand Beach 


a 




Josiah Hiscock 


Grand Bruit 


Rurgeo and La Poile 


C. Miles 


Grand Falls 


Twillingate 




R. F. Newhook 


Grate's Cove 


Bay de Verde . . 


. . 


Mrs. Ohos. Avery 


Great Barrisway 


Plaeentia and St. 


Mary's. 


James P. Keefe 


Greet Burin 


Burin 




Benjamin Hollett 


Great Braha 


St. Barbe 




Henry Dean 


Great Codroy 


St. George ., 




James Downey 


Gjeat Harbor Deep 


St. Barbe 




John Edgar 


Great Jervois 


Fortune 




John Hull, jr. 


Great Triton West 


Twillingate 




Elsie Winsor 


Green Island Cove 


St. Barbe 


. . 


Benjamin MacLean 


Green's Harbor 


Trinity 




]M "> L-y Grace Reid 


Greenspond 


Bonavista 




Joan Gibbons 


Grey River 


Burgeo and La Poile 


Frank Young 


Griguet 


St. JBarbe 


, . 


Mary L. Weir lOpr^ 


Groais Islands 


C< 


, . 


Johanna Dower 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD.. Agents for 



Name of Office. 



Grole 
Groux 
Gull Island 

Hampden 
Hant's Harbor 
Happy Adventure 
Harbor Briton 
Harbor Butiett 
Harboc Grace 
Harbor Grace 
Harbor Grace 
Harbor Grace 
Harbor LeCou 
Harbor Main 
Harbor Mille 
Harbor Round 
Harcourc 
Hare Bay 
Haricot \ 
Harry's Harbor 
Hatchet Cove 
Hay Cove 
Haystack 

Head of Bay D'Espoir 
Heart's Content 
Heart'l Delight 
Heart's Desire 
Heatherton 
Hermitage Cove 
Herring Neck 
Herring Bay 
Hickman's Harbor 
Hill view 
Highlands 
Hodge's Cove 
Holyrood 
Hooping Harbor 
Hope All 
Horse Islands 
Horwood, Dog Bay 
Hunt's Island 
Humbermouth 

Indian Harbot 
Indian Islands 
Inglewood 
lona 
Ireland's Eye 



District. 



Postmasters Name. 



Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Bay de Verde . . 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Harbor Grace . . 



Burgeo and La Poile 
Harbor Main ., 
Fortune 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fortune 
Trinity 



St. George 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Trinity 

St. George 

Trinity 

Harbor Main 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

St. George 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fogo 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Trinity 



Theodoro Jackmaa 
Mrs. Thos. Pynn 
William J. Doyle 

Mary Gale 

Melina Critch 
William Turner 
W. E. Parsons 
Ada iiurton (Upr) 
John Foley 
W. t). kennedy(Ass.>. 
J. A. Butt (Carrier j 
Ed. O'Brien (act'g) 
Eliza Buckland 
A. M. Ezekiel (Opr) 
Jane Baker 
Mrs. Hartery 
Simeon Tilley 
Miss Elizabeth Wells 
Mrs. James Fulford 
Robert Upwards 
Belinda Roberts 
George Miller 
Miss Baily (Opr)actg^ 
Mageie Sutton 
George Moore 
George Hobbs 
Ellie'St. George (Opr> 
George Butt 
Bertha Francis 
Malcolm Simms(Opr) 
Thomas Smith ^ 
Joseph Pelley 
W. W. Frost (Opr) 
John McPherson 
Rosamond Peddle 
May Joy 

Mrs. Adam Randall 
Mrs. Elizabeth Duna 
A. G. Greenham 
Gert. Woolfrey(Opr.) 
Henry Green 
Clara Mclsaac (Opr) 

Katie Barrett 
Lorenzo Collins 
John Cooper 
Mrs. Bridget Pope 
Edward Cooper 



Post Office Department. 



71 



Tabular and Pneumatic Pipe Organs. 



Nome of Office. 




Postmaster's Name. 



Ireland s Bight, Hare Bdy 
Irishtown, B.I. 
Island Cove (Upper) 
Island Cove, Random . . 
Island Harbor, Fogo 
Isle Galel 
Isle aux Horte 
Islington 

Jackson's Arm 

Jackson's Cove 

Jacques Fontaine 

Jamestown 

Jean de Bay 

Jeifrey's Crossing 

Jersey Harbor 

Jersey Side 

Job 8 Cove 

Joe Bati s Arm 

Joe Batt'g Arm, S. Side. 

John's Beach 

John's Fond 

Katchuses 

Katchuses East 

Keels 

Kilbride 

Kelligrews 

King's Cove 

King's Point 

Ladle Cove 

Lady Cove 

Lakeview 

Lally Cove 

Lamaline 

La Manche 

Lance au Barque 

Lance aux Medee 

Lance Cove, Bell Island.. 

Lancaster, near Elliston. 

La Poile 

La Poile, Great Harbor. . 

Lark Harbor 

LaScie 

Lawn 

Laurencetown 

Lead Cove 

Leading Tickles East . . 

Leading Tickles West . . 



St. Barbe 

St. George 

Harbor Grace 

Trinity 

Fogo 

Fortune 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Burin 

St. George 

Fortune 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Bay de Verde 

Fo*go 

St. George 

Placentia and St. Mary's 

Harbor Main 

Bonazista 

St. John's West 

Harbor Main 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Trinity 

Harbor Main 

Fortune 

Burin 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Burin 

St. Barbe 

St. John's East 

Trinity 

Burgeo and LaPoile 



St. George 

St. Barbe 

Burin 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 



George Reid 
May Piercey 
Nathaniel Crane 
Mrs. Jacob Smith 
Mrs. Ber. McKenna 



Dominic LeFresne 
Job Chislett 

Elsie Combdon 
Lorenzo Newhook 
George Harris 
A. E. Matthews 
Honora Keefe 
Leo nan! tin Ian 
Susannah White 
John P. Bradshaw 
Mary English 
Florence Cothn 
Michael Hackett 
John Campagnon 
Mary T. Liaaeham 

Edward Kenny 
Mrs. J. Mansfield 
Miss Jane Penny 
W. Williams 
Frank Tillep 
Michael Martin 
D. Thistle (Opr) 
Miss Jane Tulk 
Alice Syper (Opr) 
Thomas Fewer 
Eliza J. Paker 
F. G. Hann (Opr) 
Monica Flynu 
Mary Edwards 
George Decker 
Wm. Clements 



Thomas LeScelleur 
George F. Reid 
W. A. Gabriel (Opr). 
Jessie Miles (Opr) 
Theresa Murphy 
Thomas Green 
Bessie But con 
E. Lilian Andrews 
Elijah Lanning 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 


Name of Office. 


District, 


Postmaster's Name. 



Lear's Cove 
L'^wisporte Main 
Lewisporte North 
Lewisporte South 
Little Bay 
Little Bay 
Little Bay East 
Little Bay, Hermitage B. 
Little Bay Islands 
Little Bay West 
Little Beaver Cove, 

Port Albert 
Little Burnt Bay 
Little (.''ataliiia 
Little Kiver, St. Andrew's 
Little Fogo Islands 
Little Harbor Ddep 
Little Harbor, Placentia. 
Little Harbor West 
Little Harbor, Trinity . . 
Little Har., Twiilingate.. 
Little Heart's Ease 
Little Paradise 
Lockston, N, W. Arm . . 
Little Ward's Harbor .. 
Lonf< Beach 
Long Beach 

Long Beach, Trepassey. . 
Long Cove, Trinity, near 

Norman's Cove 
Loreburu, Long Cove . . 
Long Harbor 
Long Harbor Beach 
Long I'oiat 
Loou Hay 
Loon Cove 
liOrd's Cove 

Lower English [] arbor . . 
Lowsr Island Cove 
Lower Ba'jon Cove 
Low Point 
Low'er Small Point 
Lush's Poiat 
Lumbergrs,ss 
Maher's Siriiug 
Maclver's 
Maidstone Valley 
Mainland 
Main River 



Placentia and St. Mary's, 
Twilliugate 



Burin 

Fortune 
it 

Tv.'illingate 
Fortune 

Twillingnte 

Trinity 

St. George 

Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Trinity . . .'. 

Twilliugate 

Trinity 

Placentia aad St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Twlilingate 

Trinity 

Bay de Verde 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fortune 

St. George 

Twlilingate 

Honavista 

Burin 

Fortune 

Ijay de Verde 

Harbor Main 

Bay de Verde 
it 

Twlilingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Harbor Main 

St. George 



Mrs. John Young 
Miss Young (Ope'tor) 
Nathaniel Turner 
Henry Northcott 
John Flyun (Opr) 
E. Hanrahan 
Ingoretha Good 
Ell Stickland 
E. Campbell 
Phoebe Harding 

Herbert Elliott 
Mrs. Solomon Snow 
James Johnson 
J. J. Doyle (Opr) 



Wm. Newman 
Mrs. Wm. Dicks 
Richard McGrath 
Mrs. Dorcas King 
Leah Warr 
D. A. Martin 
Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan 



Jessie England 
George Vep 
Mrs. E. O'Flaherty 
Thomas Neill 

Thomas White 
Mrs. Eliza Price 
Mp.ry J. Murray 
T. J. Burke (Opr) 
Pierre Cretier 
Dulcie Manuel 
Sophie White 
Sylvia Walsh 
Elizabeth Hackett 
Mary Snelgrove(Opr) 
Katie Brown 
Agnes Ahearn 
Mrs. Mat. Thistle 
George Parsons 
Patrick Murphy 
Thomas Noseworthy 
Thomas Park 
Jerry M. Pike 
Joseph Briand 
A. Nardini 



Post Office Department. 


73 


Carpet-making and Blind-making. 


Name of Office. District. 


Postmaster's Name. 



Mall Bay 

Manuel's 

Man Point 

Marches Point 

Marquise 

Marquise South 

MarystownSouth 

Marystown 

McCallumBay 

Meadow's Point 

Melrose 

Merasheen 

Mercer's Cove 

Michael's Jtiarlior 

Middle Arm, V>.\. 

Middle Arm 

Middle Brook 

Middle Gut 

Millertown 

Miller's Passage 

MillviUe 

Milton 

Milltown, Bay D'Espoir. 

Mobile 

Moreton's Harbor 

Monkstown, P.B. 

Monroe 

Mooriny Cove 

Mose Ambrose 

Mortier 

Mosquito, St. Mary's . 

Musgrave Harbor 

Musgravetown 

Mussel Harbor Arm 

Mussel Pond 

Ne^-bridge 

Newburn Cove 

New Chelsea 

New Harbor, Trinity Bay 

New Harbor, Hermitage. 

Newport 

Newman's Cove 

New Melbourne 

New Perlican 

Newtown, Bonavista 

Newtown, Holyrood 

Nipper's Harbor 

Noddy Bay 



Placeatia and St. Mary's. 

Harbor Main 

Fogo 

St. George 

Placeotia and St. Mary's. 

Burin 

Fortune 

St. George 

Trinity 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Harbor Grace 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

St. George 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Ferryland 

Twillingate 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 
Trinity 

Burin 

Fortune 

Burin 

Placentia and St. Mary's. 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 



Trinity 



Fortune 
Bonavista 

a 

Trinity 

Bonavista 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 



Mary Bonia 
Winuie Dutt 
Mrs. Frank Simms 
A. Ben oil 
Mrs. Maggie Davis 
Jenny Coop -x 
Josephine Flynn 
Louisa Burfett 
Mrs. Morgan Nash 
Albert E. Brake 
Callahan SuaLihui 
Mrs. Hennessey 
Moses Mercer 
Ezekiel Budden 
Joseph Park 
Mrs. Hideout 
George Pritchett 
Mrs. W. St. Croix. 
Certrude Dutf 
Mrs. Rich. Sheppard 
Alexander (J ale 
George Adams 
Marah Strickland 
John Fitzgerald 
Miss S. P. Kendell 
Harriet G. Monk 
Mary M. Stone 
Atlpla Power 
Mrs. James Yarn 
Mrs. George Power 
Mrs. Bernard Doody 
Miss J. Russell (Opr) 
Robert S. Oldford 
Jesse Slade 
James Butland 

Mrs. Jas. Moriarty 
Wm. Dutfett 
Mrs. A. Trimm 
Thomas Newhook 
John E. Peters 
Mrs. H. T. Collins 
Frederick Tilley 
Lucy E. Button 
Frances Bemister 
Miss E. Davis, actg. 
Mrs. J. Targett 
H. Batstone (Opr) 
Isaac Bartlett 



H 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Leslie 



Nome of Office. 



District. 



Postmaster's Name. 



Noggin's Cove 
Norman's Cove 
Norris' Arm 
Norris' Poiut 
Northern Arm, Wood fords 
Northern Arm, Exploits. 
Northern Bay 
Northern Bay South 
N. E. Cove, Hr. Deep . . 
North Harbor, Piacentia. 
North Harbor, St. Mary's 
North Island, B.B. 
North Kiver 
Northwest Point 

Ochre Pit Cove 

Oderin 

Offer Wadham Island 

Old Bonaventure 

Old Shop 

Old Perlican 

Ojienhall 

O'Kegan 

Otters Point 

Osmonton 

Outer Cove 

Pacquet 

Pacquet, S. West 

Paradise 

Parker's Cove 

Parson's Pond 

Pass Island 

Patrick's Cove 

Peckford's 

Penguin Arm 

Perry's Cove 

Peter's Kiver 

Peiites 

Petit Fort 

Petley, Smith's Sound 

Pe tries 

Petty Harbor 

Pike's Arm 

Pilley's Island 

Pinchard's Island 

Placeutia 

Piacentia (Assistant) 

Piacentia Junction 

Piacentia South East 



Fogo 
Trinity 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate 
Bay de Verde 

St. Barbe 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

Bonavista 
Port de Grave 
St. Barbe 

Bay de Verde 

Piacentia and St. Mary's, 

Fogo 

Trinity 

Bay de Verde 

Bonavista 

St. George 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

Twillingate 

St. John's East 

St. Barbe 

EC 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

St. tiarbe 

Fortune 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

Pogo 

St. George 

Bay de Verde 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

Piacentia and St. Mary's. 

St. George 

St. John's West 
Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Piacentia and St. Mary's, 



Mrs. Olivia Pennell 
Eva Stowe 

H.F. Colbourne(Opr) 
John A. Squires 
Catherine Woodford 
Luke Manuel 
Mrs. James March 
Mrs. Wm. Pennell 
William Cassell 
W. H. Eddy 
Patrick Bonia 
Hedley H. Pang 
J.J. Lovy 
William Elliott 

William G. Benson 
Mrs. A. Lake 
Ernest Abbott 
Frances Bailey 
James Keid 
Tryphena March 
George Skears 
Placid White 
Hat tie Collier 
Mrs. Phoebe Moores 
Richard Doran 
James Norman 
Thomas Packwood 
Kose Uealey 
Mrs. John Foote 
Peter Butler 
Mrs. A. E. Fudge 
Mrs. F. McGrath 
Solomon N. Abbott 
Wm. Perry 
Jennie Kelloway 
Mrs. M. Lundrigan 
Julia Courtney 
Mrs. Jos. Hayden 
Beuben Laite 
Mrs. M. Gould 
Henry J. W. Bishop 
Emma J. Richards 
Mrs. W. Garland (op) 
William Green 
J. Phippard 
Bride Siteman 
Paul Hynes 
Mrs. James Lannon 



Post Ofice Department. 



75 



taking Powders--hard to beat. 


Name of [Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name, 


iPlateCove 


Bonavista 




Agnes Moss 


Plate Cove West 


(t 




John Furlong 


Point aux Gaul 


Burin 




Thomas Martin 


Point Ecragee 


Fortune 




Ernest Walters 


Poiat La Hay 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


J. Mooney 


Point Lance 


(C 


(C 


John Careen 


Point Leamington 


Twillingate 




Operator 


Point May 


Burin 




Peter J. Stacey 


Point Verde 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. D. Green 


Pool's Cove 


Fortune 




Henrietta Williams 


Pool's Island 


Bonavista 




Peter House 


Port Anson 


Twillingate 




Mrs. Eli Martin 


Port aux Bras 


Burin 




Mrs. Wm. Reck 


Port au Choix 


St. Barbe 




0. J. Walsh 


Port au Port 


St. George 




Julia McDonald 


Port Blandford 


Bonavista 




R. Quinton (Opr) 


Port de Grave 


Port de Grave 




Margaret E. Eti'ord 


Portland 


Bonavista 




John HoUoway 


Port Kexton 


Trinity 




Mary Randall 


Port Saunders 


St. Barbe 




Agnes Coles 


Portugal Cove 


St. John's East 




Lucy Bolger 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Daniel Leary 


Pouch Cove 


St. John's East 




Walter Easterbrook 


Pound Cove 


Bonavista 




Josiah Hounsell 


Princeton 


(C 




VVm. Prince 


Presque 


Placentia and St 


Mary's. 


S. L. Sullivan 


Pushthrough 


Fortune 




Samuel P. Camp. 


Queen's Cove 


Trinity 




George Gooby 


Quirpon 


St. Barbe 




Mrs. Wm. Pynn 


Raleigh 


£C 




Thomas Elliott 


Ramea 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


Mrs. G. W. Ksndell 


Rantem Station 


Trinity 




Mrs. E. J, Duff 


Rattling Brook, N.D.B. . 


Twillingate 




Charles Oke 


Raymond's Point 


Fortune 




Wm. T. Stickland. 


Red Cliii Island 


Bonavista 




Mrs. E. Quinton 


Red Head Cove 


Bay de Verde 




Caroline Hogan 


Red Island 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Patrick Dunphy 


Red Island, Burgeo 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


Laura Foote 


Regina 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mary Power 


Rencontre, Fortune Bay. 


Fortune 


. . 


Mrs. M. Collis 


Rencontre, H. Bay 


Burgeo and LaPoiie 


Jane Ball 


Renews 


Ferrylaad 




Thomas Jackmaa 


Renews, South Side 


cc 




Clara M. Foley 


Richard's Harbor 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


Mary E. Skinner 


Riverhead, Har. Grace . . 


Harbor Grace 


■- 


Mary Coady 


Riverhead, St. Mary's . . 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Edward Bonia 


River of Ponds 


St. Barbe 


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Name of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


Bobiason's Head 


St. George 




Jessie Shears (Opr) 


Robert's Arm 


Twillingate 


, , 


J. Flynn 


Kooky Harbor, Burin . . 


Burin 




Henry Brown 


Rocky Har., Bonne Bay., 


St. Barbe 




James Sheais 


Roddickton Mills 


it 




Elias Young 


Round Har., Hermitage. 


Fortune 


, , 


Mrs. Joshua Kendall 


Round Har., N.D.B. .. 


Twillingate 


, , 


Robert Coombs 


Rose Blanche 


l5urgeo and LaPoile 


Richard Furneaux. 


Rushoon 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Bridget Cheesman 


Saddle Island 


Fortune 




Eli Garland 


Safe Harbor 


Bouavista 




Priscilla Davis 


Sally's Cove 


St. Barbe 




James Eudicott 


Salt Pond 


Twillingate 




Susanna Snow 


Sagona 


Fortune 




Mrs. M. Snooks 


Shalloway Cove 


Bouavista 




Thomas Knox 


St. Alban's 


Fortune 




Geo. Collier, jr. 


St. Andrew's, Little P. . . 


St. George 




J. J. Doyle (Upr) 


St. Ann's, P.B. 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Mrs. M. Squires 


St, Anthony 


St. Barbe 




Miss L. Smith (Opr) 


St, Anthony Bight 


a 




Thomas Pilgrim 


St, Augustine 


Twillingate 




Bessie Glavine 


St. Bride's 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Bride Conway 


St, Brendan's 


Bouavista 




Wm. F. Hynes 


St, Chad's 


cc 




Moses Troke 


St. George's 


St. George 




Annie Butler (Opr) 


St, Jacques 


Fortune 




Bertha M. Young 


St. Jones Within 


Trinity 




Mrs. Simon King 


St, Jones Without 


it 




Mary Ann Green 


St. John's Central 


St. John's East ' 




Dicks & Co. 


St. John's East 


(( 




Jessie Bulley 


St. John's East (Assist.). 


ti 




j Francis Meehau 
( Amelia March 


St. John's, Duckworth-st. 


ti 




Miss Cuonaa 


St. John's, Garrison Hill. 


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St. John's, Kingsbridge,, 


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St. John's, Moukstown. . 


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Albert Taylor 


St, John's, Pleasant-st,. . 


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St. John's, Eiverhead . , 


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Peter O'Mara 


St, John's, Water-st. W. 


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Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


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St. Joseph's, St. Mary's B 


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St, Joseph's Cove, H.B. . 


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Owen DoUimont 


St, Julian's 


St. Barbe 




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St, Kyraa's 

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Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Miss Leonard (Opr) 


bt, Lawrence 


Burin 




Creusa Slaney 
Annie J. Sullivan 


St, Leonard's 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


St, Lunaire 


St.. barbe 




W. J. Bursey 
M. Burke 


St. Mary's 


Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 



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the "New Knit" Underwear. 



Nams of Office. 


District. 


Postmaster's Name. 


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


Twillingate 




Edward Delaney 


St. Paul's 




St. Barbe 




Geo. L. Hutchings 


St. Philip's 


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St. John's West 




David Tucker 


St. Shott's 


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Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


Wm. A. MoUoy 


St. Vincent 


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Mrs. Ed. Fleming 


Salmon Ce, Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde 




Lillie M. Parsons 


Salmon Ce, Port de Grave 


Port de Grave 




Mary J. Hussey 


Salmonier 


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Placentia and St. 


Mary's. 


William Hurley 


Salvage 


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Bonavista 




Opera! or 


Salvage Bay 




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Lewis Squires 


Sampson's Island 




Twillingate 




Mrs. Martha Potter 


Sandy Cove, Bouavista. . 


Bonavista 




John Machin 


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St. Barbe 




Stephen White 


Sandy Point, St. 


George . 


St. George 




Minnie McFatridge 
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Saunder's Cove 




Bonavista 




Benjamin Davis 


Sceviour's Island 




Twillingate 




Mary Ann Anstey 


ScisfSor's Cove 


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Absalom Chalk 


Seal Cove, Fortune 


Fortune 




Charles Forsey 


Seal Cove, Harbor Main . 


Harbor Main . . 




Albert Dawe 


Seal Cove, White 


Bay .. 


St. Barbe 




Joshua Robinson 


Searston 




St. George 




Sarah 0'(.juinn 


Seldom-come-by 




Fogo 




E. E. Newell 


Shallop Cove 




St. George 




Mrs. Emily White 


Shanibler's Cove 




Bonavista 




Arthur Vivian 


Shearstown 




Harbor Grace 




Thomas Meddisoa 


Sheaves Cove 




St. George 




J. D. Jesso 


Ship Cove, Cape 


George . 


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Ship Cove, Place 


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Placentia and St. 


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Ship Harbor 




Trinity 




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Shoal Harbor 




Twillingate 




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Shoe Cove 




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Trinity 




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Sibley's Cove 




Twillingate 




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Snook's Arm 




Trinity 




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Snook's Brook 




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Snook's Harbor 




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Placentia and St. 


Mary's! 


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Somerset 




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Placentia and St. 


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Southern Arm 




Twillingate 




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Bonavista 




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Southern Harbor 


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Monica Whiffen 


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Trinity 


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Arch. Noseworthy 


Southwest Arm, 


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Twillingate 


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Spaniard's Bay 




Harbor Grace 




John L. Goss 



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Spaniard's Cove 
Spanish Room 
Spencer Cove 
Springdale 
Spruce Brook 
Squid Tickle 
Stanleyville, Bonne Bay. . 
Stepaside 
Stepheuville 

Stephenville Crossing . . 
" Cross Roads. 

Stock and Knight Coves . 
Stone's Cove 
Summerford 
Summerside 
Summerside, B.B. 
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Sweet Bay 
Swift Current 
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Tack's Beach 

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Trepassey 

Trepassey Station 

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Trinity 

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Twillingate 

St. George 

Benavista 

St. Barbe 

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Fortune 

Twillingate 

St. George 

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Trinity 

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Benavista 

Placentia and St. Mary's, 

Cape Breton, Canada . . 

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Trinity 

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Twillingate 

St. George 

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Twillingate 

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Fogo 

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Ferryland 

St. George 

Harbor Main . . 

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Bonavista 

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Trinity 
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George Miller 
Susanna Coady 
Thomas Boutchef 
K! W. Knight 



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Mrs. Thomas Wagg, 
Adeline White 
Evelyn Butler 
John Downey 
Catherine Walsh 
Mrs. A. Pope 
Edgar Small 
John Barry 
Mrs. Emma Humby 
Solomon Hutchings 
Zephaniah Wells 
Mary A. Kelly 
Mrs. M. Crocker 
Alex. Mathieson 

Elizabeth Foote 
Abigail Miles 
Henry Melindy 
George Marsh', jr. 
John Mills 
Mrs. Thos. Tucker 
Mrs. Fanny Batstone" 
Mrs. George Collier 
Mrs. A. Skilhngtou 
Wm. Cunningham 
Mrs. Wm. Greeley 
Isabella McGrath 
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Jas. T. Tompkins 
Aunie Moyse 
Richard J. Ryan 
Charles Kean 
Elizabeth Stevenson- 
Agnes Ryan 
Emma C. Hiscock 
L. G. Mills 
Mrs. W. Winsor 
Sarah Morris 
Charles White 
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District. 


Postmaster's Name, 


Turk's Gut 


Port de Grave 


Denis Shea 


Twilliagate 


Twillingate 


John White 


Twillingate (Assist.) 


Twillingate 


Miss White 


Upper Ferry 


St. George 


A. D. Mclsaao 


Upper Gullies 


Harbor Main . . 


Lavinia Andrews 


Upper Small Point 


Bay de Verde . . 


Grace Uayden 


Valea Islaad 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


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Victoria 


Carbonear 


Nicholas Powell 


Victoria Cove 


Fogo 


Olive Torraville 


Wald roll's Cove 


Twillingate 


John Lyner 


Webber's Bight 


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John Byrne 


Ward's Harbor 


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N. J. Bioberts 


Wellington 


Boaavista 


Maud Preston 


Wellman's Cove 


Twillingate 


Fanny VVellman 


Wesleyville 


Bonavista 


Operator Saasbury 


West Bay 


St, George 


Charles Benoit 


Western Bay 


Bay de Verde . . 


Ewen Kennedy (Opr) 


Western Buy Nortli 


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Westport, White Bay . 


St. Barbe 


H. L. Pearce 


Western Point, LaPoile.. 


Burgeo and LaPoile 


Peter McDermott 


Western Head, N.D. Bay 


Twillingate 


Mrs. A. Jones 


Winter Brook 


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John Fitzgerald 


Winterton 


Trinity 


Augustus Kelland 


Whale's Brook 


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Louis Thorne 


Whitbonrne 


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Harold Leslie 


Whiteway 


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White Kecks 


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Kenneth Frampton 


W^ild Bight 


Twillingate 


Hettie Young 


Williamsport 


St. Barbe 


Mrs. M. Parsons 


Winter Houses 


St. George 


Emma Felix 


Witless Bay 


Ferryland 


M. J. Shanuahan 


W^ood's Island 


St. George 


T. M. Costello 


Wood's Island Harbor . . 


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Woody Island 


Placentia and St. Mary's. 


Immer Williams 


Woody Head Cove 


St. George 


George Collier 


York Harbor 


St. George 




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LABRADOR WINTER ROUTES. 

In winter mails are forwarded via Quebec, Canada, containing letters 
only. 

South Side Notre Dame Bay. 

The s.s. 'Clyde' leaves Lewi&porte every Friday, calling; at the follow- 
ing named places on the South Side of Notre Dame Baj : Canipheilton^ 
Scissor'-i Cove, Brown's Arm, Laurenceton, Botwood, Exploits, Moi ton's 
Harbor, TIzzard's Harbor, Twillingate, Herring Neck, Beavert'i, Beaver 
Cove, Horwood, Change Islands and Fogo ; retnrning, calls at Change is- 
lands. Herring Neck, JJurrell's Arm, Twillingate, Morfni's Harbor, Suni- 
merford, Comfort Cove, Campbellton, thence to Lewibpoiie. 

Leaving Lewisporte on Mondays, steamer calls at same porf-t. as on 
Friday in reverse order, calHsig going at ports called returning the pre- 
vious trip and ret'irning, at ports called outward on the previous trip. 

North Side of Bay. 

The s.s. ' flome ' leaves Lewisporte every Monday, calling at Exploits, 
Fortune Harboi', Cottrell's Cove (New Bay), Leading Tickles West, Triton 
West, Pilley's Island, Poit Anson, lioot Harbor, Springdale, Lush's Bight, 
Little Bay Islands, Little Bay, Three Arms, Harry's Harbor, Nipper's Hr., 
Tilt Cove, Shoe Covf ; returning, calls at Snook's Arm. Indian Burying 
Place, Nipper's Harbor, Rattling Biook, Jackson's Cove, Three Arms, Lit- 
tle Bay, Little Bay Islands, Cutwell Harbor, Pilley's Island, Triton East, 
Leading Tickles, Eist New Bay (Cottrell's Cove). Fortune Harbor, Ex- 
ploits and Lewisporte. 

S.S. ' Home ' leaves Lewisporte every Friday, calling at the following 
places : Exploit.'^, Forrune Harbor, Cotti'ell's Cove (New Bay), Point Lea- 
mington, Leading Tickles East, Triton Erist, Pilley's Island, Cntwell Hr., 
Littie Bay Islands, Little Bay, Three Arms, Jackson's Cove, King's Point,. 
Rattling Brook, Burlington, N. W. Arm, Nipper's Hai bor ; returning, 
calls at Harry's Harbor, Three Arms, Little Bay, Little Bay Islands, 
Lush's Bight, Springdale, Boot Harbor, Port Anson, Pilley's Island, Triton 
West, Leading Tickles West, Point Leamington, Cottrell's Cove (New Bay), 
Fortune Harbor, Exploits, and Lewisporte. 

Mails close Saturdays at 9.30 p.m. ; Thursdays at 11 p.m. 

LABRADOR SERVICE. 

The s.s. ' Meigle ' and ' Sagona ' perform this service fortnightly, 
making ten trips, commencing the seivice about the 5th June, sailing from 
St, John's, and will call at the following places going and returning ; 
Harbor Grace, Carbonear, Cataliua, King's Cove, Wesleyville, Twillingate, 
Tilt Cove, Battle Harbor, Spear Harbor, Fannie Harbor, Fishing Ship's 
Harbor, Ship Harbor, Square Island, Dead Island, Snug Harbor, Venison 
Island, Hawk's Harbor, Bolster's Rock, Comfort Right (alternarely). 
Frenchman's Island, Punch Bowl, Sandy Itland, Batteau, Domino, Black 
Island (coming South only), Indian Tickle, Black Tickle, Grady, Long 
Island, Cartwright (calling one way only), Pack's Harbor, Rigolette (call- 
ing one way only), Indian Harbor, Smoky Tickle, White Bears, Horse 



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HarbDr, Emily Harbor, Holton, Cape Harrison, Ragged Island, Long 
Tickle, Macovick, I lac. 

Northern Labrador. 

The Labrador mail steamer from St. John's connects at Hack with the 



S.S.' 



— , which calls at the following named places : Turnavick, East 
and West ; Winser Hat bor, Hopedale, Fanny's Harbor, Davis Inlet, 
King's Bay, Ironbound Island, Free Stores, Queen's Lakes, Gail Battery, 
Savage Island, Salmon Islands, Ram's Tickle, Beachy Island, Dawe's Is- 
land, Lady Bight Island, Moore's Harbor, Mugfoid Tickle, Shark Gut, 
Long Tickle, 'Takutang, Segling Bay, Nakovak, Ramah, Bear Gut, Maid- 
ment islands, Watch Islands, Miigford Harbor, Green Cove, Okak, Cut 
Throat North, Barbour Tickle, Lady Bight, Perry's Gulch, Beachy Island, 
St. John's Tickle, Ford's Harbor, Farmyard, Shoal Tickle, Stump Island, 
Nain, Hebron. 

BATTLE HARBOR AND HUMBERMOUTH SERVICE. 

The s.s. ' Home' leaving Humbermouth, Bay of Islands, every Wed- 
nesday (except four winter months), will call at the following places going 
and returning : Curling, Laik Harbor, Y'ork Harbor, Trout River, Bonne 
Bay, Rocky Harbor, Cow Head, Parsons Pond, Daniel's Harbor, Port 
Saunder's, Hawk's Haibor, Port au Choix, Bartlett's Harbor, NewFerroIe, 
Brig Bay, Current Island, Salmon River, Bonne Esperance, Middle Bay, 
Isle aux Bois, Blanc Sablon, Bradore, Flower's Cove, Forteau, Lance au 
Loup, St. Modeste, Red Bay, Henley and Chateau (alternately). Chimney 
Tickle, Cape Charles, Battle Harbor ; returning, calling at above named 
places to Humbermouth. 

Mails for the above will be closed every Tuesday at 11 a.m , unless it 
is ascertained that a later train will connect with the steamer. 

NORTHERN COAST SERVICE. 

The s. s. ' Prospero' will perform this service, leaving St. John's every 
alternate Wednesday (except four winter months), calling at the following 
named places : Bay de Verde or Old Perlican, Trinity, Catalina, Bonavista, 
King's Cove, Salvage, Greenspond, Pool's Island, Miisgrave Har., Seldom- 
Come-By, Fogo, Herring Neck, Twillingate, Moreton's Harbor, Exploits, 
Fortune Harbor, Leading Tickles, Pilley's Island, Little Bay Island, Little 
Bay, Nipper's Harbor, Tilt Cove, La Scie, Bale Vei te, Coachman's Cove, 
Western Cove, Jackson's Arm, Harbor Deep, Englee, Conche, St. Julien's, 
Goose Cove, St. Anthony, Qriguet, Quirpou and Battle Harbor. 

Mails for the above named places will be closed at the G. P. C. alter- 
nate Wednesdays, 1st May to .31st December. 

SOUTH AND WEST COAST SERVICE. 

The Southwest Coast Service is performed by the s.s. ' Portia' le&vine 
St. John's every alternate Wednesday. The Steamers call at the following 
places : — Cape Broyle, Ferryland, Renews and Fermeuse (alternately) ; 
Trepassey, St. Mary's, Salmonier, Placentia, Marystown, Burin, St. Law- 
rence, Lamaliae, Fortune, Grand Bank, Belleoram, St. JaccLues, Harbor 



Post Office Bejyartrmnt. 91 



:M^odel Mail Order House. 



tBriton, Hermitage, Gaultois, Pushthrough, Cape La Hune, Francois, Ren- 
.contre, Ramea, Burgeo, Rose Blanche, Channel (Port aux Basques), Cur- 
jling. Bonne Bay (Curzon Village.) 

Maila for places between St. John's and Channel for despatch by the 
steamer will be closed at the G.P.O. eveiy alternate Wednesday, at 9 a.m., 
and to connect with the steamer at Placentia the following Thursday 
morning at 7.30 a.m. If it should be possible tn 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 s. ' Glencoe ' performs this service, leaving Placentia every Wed- 
nesday evening after arrival of mail train from St. John's, and will call at 
the following named places : — Burin and St. Lawrence, Fortune, Grand 
Bank, Belleoram, St. Jacques, tlarbor Briton, Hermitage, Pushthrough, 
Balena, Rencontre (each alternate trip), Ramea, Burgeo, Grand Bruit, 
(alternate trip). La Poile, Rose Blanche and Channel (Port anx Basques). 

Mails for the above places will be closed every Wednesday morning 
at 7.30 o'clock. A supplementary mail will also be despatched to connect 
with the steamer at Port aux Basques by the following Saturday's express, 
and will be closed at the G.P.O. every alternate Saturday at ILOO p.m. 

Placentia Bay. 

The s.s. ' Argyle' leaves Placentia on Monday p.m., for Lamaline, re- 
turning due at Placentia on Thursday. Leaves Placentia Fridays for 
Sound Island, returning due at Placentia Saturday. Mails close Monday 
and Friday at 8.00 a.m. 

Fogo District. 

The s.s. ' Susu ' leaves St. John's Tuesdays for ports of call to Fogo 
District, Change Islands ; generally returns on Sundays. Malls close on 
Tuesdays at 8.30 a.m. 

Bonavista Bay. 

The s.s. ' Dundee ' leaves Port Blandford every Monday and Friday 
morr^ing, returning, due at Port Blandford Thursday and Sunday, a.m. 
Mails close Saturdays, 9 p.m.; Thursdays, 11 a.m. 

South Side Trinity Bay and Random Island. 

The s.s. ' Wren ' leaves Clarenville qv^ty Monday and Friday morning 
at 9.30 a.m. Mails close Saturdays at 9.30 p.m.; Thursdays, 11 a.m. 

WHITE BAY SERVICE. 

The s.s. ' Earl of Devon ' leaves St. John's about every ten days, call- 
ing at the following places : Twillingate, Exploits, Tilt Cove, La Scie, 
Harbor Round, Pacquet, Bale Verte, Coachman's Cove, Fleur de.Lys, Lit- 
tle Harbor Deep, Great Harbor Deep, Williamsport, Hooping Harbor, 
Canada Harbor, Englee, Conche, Ireland Bight, Goose Cove, St. Anthonj', 
St. Leonard's, Griguet, Quirpon, Cape Onion, Cook's Har., Cape Norman. 



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Bell Island. 

Steamer leaves Portugal Cove daily after arrival of mail from St. 
John's and proceeds to Bell Island direct. Steamer leaves Bell Island 
every morning with mails for Portugal Cove, thence to Kelligrews, Lance 
Cove, Bell Island, and back to Portugal Cove, 1st May to 31st Oct. 

Mails close to go via Kelligrews at 7.30 o'clock daily, except Sundays, 
and 12 noon, for Portugal Cove. Connection at Kelligrews depends upon 
weather conditions, but is regular in summer months. 

Fortune Bay District. 

The s. 8. leaves Belleoram every ThursJaj' after the arrival of 

6.8. ' Glencoe ' from Placeutia with mails, and proceeds to the following 
places : Corbin, Pools Island, Bay du Nord, Lally Cove, Rencontre, Stone's 
Cove, Anderson's Cove, English Harbor East, Terenceville, Harbor Mille, 
Iiittle Bay East, Bay L'Argent, Fox Cove. Keturning : Fox Cove, Bay 
L'Argent, Little Bay East, Harbor Mille, English Harbor East, Andeison's 
Cove, Stone's Cove, Rencontre, Lally Cove, Bay du Nord, Pool's Cove, 
Belleoram, Garnish, Point Enragee, and back to Belleoram, thence with- 
out unnecessary delay to St. .lacques, Eoglish Har. West, Mose Ambrose, 
Boxey, Coomb's Cove, Miller's Passage, Little Bay West, Jersey Harbor, 
Harbor Breton, Sagona, Brunette, Great Harbor, Dawson's Cove, Seal 
Cove, Pass Islands, Grole, Hermitage Cove, Furby's Cove, Gaultois, Round 
Harbor, Little Bay, H.B , Great Jervois, Bay du Nord, H.B., Pushthrough, 
Balena, McCallum, Pass Island, Seul Cove. Dawson's Cove, Har. Breton, 
Coomb's Cove, Boxey, English Harbor West, St. Jacques, Belleoram. 

St. George's District. 

The s.s. ' Westport' leaves St. George's early Mondays during sum- 
mer, calling at the followiug places : Simdy Point, Abraham's Cove, Ste- 
phenville. Gravels, Campbell's Creek, Ship Cove, Shear's Cove, Marche's^ 
Point, Cape St. George, Red Island, Mainland, Three Rock Cove, Winter- 
house, Clam Bank Cove, Black Duck Brook, Long Point, West Ijay, Bos- 
warlas, Liraeville, Port au Port, Fox Island River. 

Bay of Islands. 

The s.s. ' George ' leaves Curling every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Friday during summer after arrival of train from St. John'^ calling' 
at the following places : Summerside, Pt-trie's. Meadow's Point, Benoit,8 
Cove, Maclver's, Wood's Island, Middle Aim, Lark Haiber, Broom's Bot- 
tom, York Harbor. Returning: York Harbor, Frenchman's Cove, Lark 
Harbor, Wood's Island, Maclver's, Benoit's Cove, Meadow's Point, Cur- 
ling ; Middle Arm and Goose Arm, Mondays and Thursdays ; York Har- 
bor, Tuesdays and Fridays. 

BY WAGGON. 

For Portugal Cove and Bell Island every day (Sundays ex.) 12 noon. 
For St. Philip's and Freshwater Valley, daily from 1st Alay to Oct.- 
^4st. Bi-weekly from 1st Nov. to 30th April, 12 noon. 

For Torbay, Pouch Cove and Cape St. Francis : Daily at 12 noon. 



Post Office Department. 93^ 



Premier House of the Colony. 



GENERAL DIRECTIONS TO THE PUBLIC. 
Registered Letters. 
Eegister all valuable letters. 

Always eommunicate to the Postmaster the loss or delay of letters, &c. 
Letters for Canada should be addressed to ths Province as well as at 
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. 

Letters containing gold or silver money, jewels, or anything liable to 
Customs' duty, other than by parcel post, must be registered. Always seal 
letters containing anything of value. 

Letters addressed to mere initials will not be delivered unless addres- 
sed in care of a resident, or to some box in the Post Office. 

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

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

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

Re-directed Letters. 

Letters re-directed to places in Newfoundland, Great Britain, Canada 
.and the United States, without being taken out of the Post Office, are not 
liable to any additional postage. 

Request Letters. 

Letters addressed to persons in Newfoundland, when sent in envelopes 
having written or printed thereon a request from the sender that the let- 
ter, if not delivered at the office addressed within a certain time specified 
in the request, may be returned to his address as requested, will be re- 
turned tc the sender at the expiration of the time specified. 

Newspapers. 

Always fully pre-pay newspapers, or such will be taxed double the 
amount of the insufficiency. L^npaid newspapers will not be forwarded. 

A newspaper must have no cover, or a cover open at both ends, which 

.can be easily withdrawn. It mr.st contain no enclosure. It must have no 

writing thereon but the name and address of the person to whom it is sent. 

JNewspapers over four ounces are charged at book rate, 2c. per lb. for 

delivery in the Colony or to Great Britain ; to Canada and the United 

.States 8c. per lb. 



94 Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents- 



Books and Circulars. 

A book packet must be left open for inspection, it must not contain 
any enclosure, nor must it exceed twenty-four inches in length, nor twelve 
inches in breadth or depth. The limit of weight of a book packet ad- 
dressed to any place within the Colony, Great Britain, Cenada or the 
United States, is three pounds. Postage for Great Britain, Ireland and to 
all parts of Newfoundland, two cents a pound ; to Canada, other sections 
of the Empire, the United States and all Countries in the Postal Union, 
one cent per two ounces, or fraction thereof. 

Circulars, one cent for each two ounces, or fraction thereof. 

Patterns and Samples. 

Bona fide patterns and samples of merchandize, not exceeding twenty- 
four ounces in weight when posted in Newfoundland for places within 
Newfoundland, must be prepaid by postage stamp at the rate of one cent 
per two ounces weight, properly labelled, and put up in such a manner as 
to admit of inspection. BockS, ''""""^^Is^^ 

Packets of patterns and samples, addres.«ed to any place in Newfound- 
land, can be registered on affixing thereto stamp? to the value of three 
cents in addition to postage stamps representing ordinary postage rata. 

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 banded 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 prepaid on- 
registered letters addressed to the Government Departments in St. John's,- 
(except the Postal Department), and also on registers sent by the Govern- 
ment offices to the outports. The registration fee to places in Newfound- 
land is three cents, including official registration; to Great Britain, four 
cents ; to Canada and the United States, five cents. 

Letters containing coin, etc., will be forwarded in the Colony only 
(charged with double registration fee, if posted without being registered). 
Coins cannot be sent in letters outside of Newfoundland. Such letters 
will always be returned from the Dead Letter Office to the writer. Always 
obtain a receipt for registered letter or packet. 

Matter which cannot be sent by Post. 

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



Fost Office Deparivinit. 



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for "St. Margaret" Hosiery. 



POST OFFICE DIRECTORY, NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Post Offices -marked (* ) are Money Order Offices. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Aaron Arm 


Burgeo and La 


Poile . . 


Burgeo 


Aaron Cove 


Fortune 




Gaultois 


Abbott Cove 


Twillingate . . 




Fortune Harbor 


Abraham's Cove 


St. George . . 




Port au Port 


Adam's Cove 


Bay de Verde 




Bay de Verde Railway 


Adeytown (Lee Bight.. 


Trinity 




Hill view 


Admiral's Beaoh 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier, St. Joseph's 


Admiral's Cove 


Burin 




Grand Bank 


Admiral's Cove 


Ferrylaaa 




Ca]ie Broyle 


Admiral's Cove 


(( 




Fermeuse, Trepassey 
Railway T. P.O. 


Adventure, Big & Little 


Bonavista 




Happy Adventure 


Agguathuna, Limeville 


St. George . . 




Stephenville Crossing 


Aigueilettes 


St. Barbe 




Englee 


Alcock Island 


Twillingate . . 




Leading Tickles, Point 
Leamington in winter; 
N.D.B. TPO in sum. 


Alderbuan 


tt 




Norris' Arm 


Alder Island 


Fogo 




Musgrave Harbor 


Alexander Bay (Reach) 


Bonavista 




Glovertown 


Allan Cove 


Burgeo and La 


Poile . . 


Burgeo 


Allan Island 


Burin 




Lamaline 


Amelia Cove 


St. Barbe 




Griguet, N.E. Coast 
TPO in summer. 


Amherst Coves (Upper, 








Middle, Lower 


Bonavista 




Bonavista 


Anchor Point 


St. Barbe 




Flower's Cove in sum.; 
Cow Head in winter 


Anderson's Cove .... 


Fortune 




Belleoram, BayL'Argent, 

and s.s. Susu 


Anderson's Cove .... 


Trinity 


, , 


New Harbor, H.C. Ry. 


Angel's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Bride's, Placentia. 


Ann's Cove 


ce ( 




Presque, Plac. Bay TPO. 


Ann's Cove 


Burin 


. . 


Lamaline 


Anstey Cove 


Twillingate . . 




Little Bav Island 


Anthony Island 


Trinity 




Ireland's Eye, Britannia 
Cove; TPO. in sum. 


Apsey Beach 

Apsey Cove Beach 


St. George . . 
Trinit/' 


•• 


Curling 
George's Brook 


Apsey Cove ...... 


Fogo 




Musgrave Harbor 


Aquaforte 


Ferryland 




Trepassey Ry TPO. 


Aquiler 


Fortune 




Pushthrough 


Archie Campbell's Cove 


St George . . 




Port au Port 


Argentia 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Argentia, Placentia 
Railway TPO. 


Arnold's Cove 


II < 


, , 


Arnold's Cove 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD.. for 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Ariege Bay 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay 


Asspen Cove 


Twillingate . . 


. , 


Little Bay Island 


Asppn Cove and Brook. 


Trinity 


. . 


George's Brook 


Athlone 


Ferryland 




Caplia Bay, Trepassey 
Railway TPO. 


Aviron (Gar) Bay .... 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Coastal TPO. West, 








Cape LaHune 


Avonn'ale 


Harbor Main 




Avondale 


Avondale North 


(f 




( ( 


Baceaihoa 


Twillingate . . 




Herring Neck 


Bacealieu 


Bay de V^erde 




Lower Island Cove, Bay 
de Yerde Railway 


Bachelor's Cove 


Placentia e^- St 


Mary's. 


■Valeu Island, Placentia 
Bav TPO. 


Back Cove 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Burgeo 


Back Cove 


Fogo 




Fogo 


Back Cove 


St. Barbe 




Westport; Coastal TPO. 
iu summer. 


Back Harbor 


Twillingate 




Twilliagate 


Bacon Cove 


Harbor Main 




Avondale 


Badger Bay ...... 


Twillingate . . 




Piiley's Island; N.D. Bay 
Tl'O. in summer. 


Badger Brook 


" 




Badger 


Badger Quay 


Bonavista 




Pool's Island 


Bale de Loutre (Otter 








Bay 


Burgeo and La 


Poile .. 


Channel 


Bale V^erte 


St. Barbe 




Bay Verte; Coastal 
TPO. North in sum. 


Bailey's Point 


<c 




Bonne Bay 


Bailey's Cove 


rSonavista 


• • 


Bonavista 


*Baine Harbor 


Plai-eutia&St. 


■NTary's. 


Haine Harbor, Placentia 
Bay TPO. 


Bait Cove 


Twillingate . . 






Bakan Cove 


St. George . . 




Curling 


Baker's Bk, Bonne Bay 


St. Barbe 




BoQue Bay 


Baker's Head 


PlaL-entia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey 


Baker s Cove 


Burgeo and La 


Poile .. 


LaPoile 


Bakers Tickle 


a 


(C 


Rose Blanche 


Bald Nr.p 


Trinity 




Clarenville 


Baldwin Cove 


St. Barbe . . 




Jackson's Arm, N.E. 
TPO. 


Balena 


Fortune 




Pushthrough 


Ballautyue Ccve 


St. George 




Curling 


Balsam Bud Cove .... 


T^villiugate . . 




Tilt Cove 


Bank [lead 


St. George . . 




Railway TPO. 


Bannatyne Cove 


(C 




Curling 


Barachois, Gt. & Ijittle 


Plaoentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia 


Barachoix, (Big, Middle 








and Lower 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 



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Reliable House Furnishings. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Barbaset 

liar Point 
JBarr'd Brook 
Barr'd Islands 
Bareueed 
Bar Haven 
Barracks 



Barrow 

Barrow Harbor . 
Bartlett Cove 
Bartlett's Harbor 

Basett's Harbor . 



St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Fogo 

Port de Grave 

Placeutia & S£ 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 
Boaavista 
TwilliD^ate 
St. Barbe 

FoETO 



Bateau Cove St. Barbe 

Bateau Cove iSt. George 

Bateaux Cove |St. Barbe 

Bat's Path End [Trinity 

Bauliae iFerryland 



Mary' 



Bauline 

Bay Bulls 

Bay Bulls Arm Triuity 



'St. John's East 
Ferryland 



Bay d'Est, Fortune Bay Fortune 



Bay d'Est, Her. Bay . . 

Bay d'Leau 

Bay d'Leau 



Bay d'Leau Island .... 

Bay du Loup , 

Bay du Nord, For. Bay 



Plaeentia & St 
Fortune 



. Mary 



Burgeo and La Poile 
Fortune 



Bay du Nord, Her. Bay! " 

Bay de Paris 'St. Barbe 

Bay D'Espoir 'Fortune 

Bay de Verde Bay de verde 



Bay des Vieux 
Bay L'Argent 

Bay of Islands 



Burgeo and La Poile 
Fortune 

St. George . . 



Cow Head (Gargamelle 

TPO. in summer 
Shoal Harbor 
Flower's Cove 
Fogo; s.s. Fogota in sum. 
C. B. Railway, A. 
Placentia Bay TPO. 
Coachman's Cove, Coastal 

TPO. iu summer 
Belleuram, Bay L'Argent 
Salvage 
Little Bay 
Cow Head in winter; 

TPO. in summer 
Fredoricton in winter; 

s.s. Fogota iu sum. 
Tilt Cove 
Bay of Islands 
Bonne Bay 
Shoal flarbor 
Tor's Cove, Trepassey 

Ky TPO. 
Pouch Cove 
Bay Bulls 

Sunnyside, N.N. & W. 

Railway TPO. 
Belleoram, Bav L'Argent; 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
Pushthrough 
Baine H., Plac.Bay TPO 
;\tiller's Passage, Coomb's 

Ce; Fortune Bay TPO. 
Millers Passage, Coomb's 

Ce ; Fortune Bay TPO. 
Burgeo 
Belleoram; Fortune Bay 

TPO. 
Pushthrough; Fortune 

Bay TPO. 
Paequet, Tilt Cove; 

N.E. Coast TPO. 
Ganltois; For. Bay TPO. 
Lower Island Cove; 

Bay de Verde Ry. 
Burgeo 

Bay L'Argent via Plac. 

Bay TPO. and Fortune 

Bay TPO. 
Curling. 



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Post Office Department. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


*Bay Roberts 


. Harbor Grace 


Bay Roberts 


Bay St. Genevieve . . . 


. St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove in sum.: 
Cow Head in winter 


Bear Brook 


. St. George . . 


Railway TPO. 


Bear Cove 


. Ferryland 


Renews, Fermeuse, and 
Witless Bay 


<c 


. Twillingate . . 


Little Bay 


cc 


(C 


Three Arms, X.D. Bay 
TPO. in summer. 


it 


. St. Barbe 


Flower'i Cove 


i. 


u 


Westport Coastal TPO. 
in summer months; 
Baie Verte in w inter. 


" Rocky Har. 


(( 


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


(< 


. St. George . . 


Port au Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing. 


Bear's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Harh!>r Grace 


Beachy Cove 


(( 


Bav Roberts 


Beau Bois 


. Burin 


Plaientia Bay TPO. 


Beaver Cove 


. Twillingate . . 


Tilt Cove 


li 


it 


Little Bay. 


(C 


. Fortune 


Counaij^re, For. B. TPO^ 


Beaver Ce, Chimney B 


. St. Barbe 


Bonne H.av 


Beaverton 


Twillingate . . 


Boyd's Oove iii winter; 
TPO. in summer. 


Beaver Cove 


St. Barbe 


Eui^lee 


Beckford 


Hlaceatia & St. Mary's 


Placeutia 


Belburns 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits T.P.O. in sum. 


Bell Harbor 


Fortune 


Rencontre, For. B. TPO. 


•Bell Island 


St. John's East 


Bell Island 


Bell Id (Lance Cove) . 


I< (C 


t( 


Belle Isle North 


St. Barbe 


Griguet 


South 


(t 


Conche 


Bellman s Cove 


St. George . . 


Fort au Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing 


*Belleoram 


. Fortune 


Belleoram 


Belvie Bay 


. St. Barbe 


Lock's Cove, C. TPO. 
North in summer; 
E. W. Point in winter.- 


Ben Batt's Arm 


. Twillingate . . 


Little Bay 
Greenspond 


Bennett's Island 


. Bonavista 


Bennett Cove 


. St. George . . 


St. George's 


Benoit's Cove 


tt 


Curling 


Benson Point . . . . 


. Twillingate . . 


Little Pay 
Nipper's Harbor 


Bett's Cove 


ti 


Berry Head 


. St. George . . 


Port au Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing 



Post Office Department. 



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Down Quilts Re-covered. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Beverley Cove 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands. 


Bevan Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


LaPoile 


Bides Arm 


St. Barbe 


Englee; N.W. Point in 
winter, or E. Coast 
TPO. in summer. 


Bide's Cove 


" 


Englee; N.W. Point in 
winter, N. E. Coast 
TPO. in summer. 


Biche Arm 


(C 


Conche: N.W Point in 
winser, or E. Coast 
TFO. in summer. 


Big Brook 


C( 


Cape Norman; C. TPO. 
North in summer. 


<( 


St. George , . 


Channel. 


Big Co-Be 


St. Barbe 


Westport, Baie Verte in 
winter; TPO. in sum. 


Big Island 


li 


Do. do. 


Bi3 Salmonier 


Burin 


Burin 


Big Kiver, Codroy 


St. George . . 


Searston 


Big Cove (Middle) .... 


Bonavista 


Wesley ville, Cape Frsels. 


Biliions Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Conuoire Kay, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Billy Point 


Fortune 


Fortune Bay TPO. 


Birch Cove 


Bonavista 


Bonavista 


(C 


Trinity 


Hillview 


Birch Island 


Twillingate . . 


Exploits 


Birchy Bay 


.£ 


Lewisporte in winter; 
Campbellton in sum.; 
N D. Bay TPO. 


Birchy Cove 


Bonavista 


Bonavirta 


(Curling) .. 


St. George . . 


Curling 


" 


Twillingate . . 


Jackson's Coac, N.D Bay 
TPO. ih summer. 


C( 


Fortune 


Bay D'Espoir, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Birchy Head 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay 


Bird Cove 


<* 


Flower's Cove 


" Island Cove 


Trinity 


Bonavista 


" Islands 


c< 


Britannia, Clarenville 
in winter; T.B. TPO. 


Biscayan Bay 


St. John's East 


Pouch Cove 


Biscay Bay 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey 

Ry TPO. 
Spaniard's Bay 


Bishop's Cove 


Harbor Grace 


(C 


Port de Grave 


Brigus 


Bishop Herbor 


Bonavista 


Salvage 


Black Brook 


Trinity 


Hillview 


" Duck Brook 


St. George . . 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Black Duck Cove 



^Blackhead 

cc 

li 

Bay ;■;;;; 

" Cove 

Black Island 

Tickle.... 

*Blaok River 

Blake Pond 

Blaketown 

Blanehard 

Blook 

Bloody Arm 

Bloomer Harbor 

Bloomfield 

Blow-me-down 

*i 

(C 

Blue Pinions 

Bluff H ead Cove 

cc 
it 

Boar Island 

Boat Harbor 

Boat Har., Doat Stern. 

Bobby's Cove 

Bobby's Cove, New Baj' 

Bob Lock Cove 

Bona, Great & Little. . 
Bonaveature 

*Bonavista 

*Bonnp. Bay 

Bonne Bay, Her. Bay.. 

Boot Harbor 



Trinity 

cc 

St. Barbe 

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

Twillingate 

cc 

Plaoentia & St. Mary's 
Fogu 

Trinity 
Fortune 
St. George 
Fogo 

Bonavista 



i3ay de Verde 

Port de Grave 

St. George 

iwiUingate 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

Triaity 

St. George 

Burgeo and LaPoile . , 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. Barbe 
Twillingate . . 



Burgeo and La Poile . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's 
T) inity 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 

Twillingate . . 



British Har., Trinity 

Elliott's Cove 

Flower's Cove, Cow Head 

in winter 
Bay de Verde Ky. 
St. John's 
Little Bay Island 
King's Cove 
Seldom-come-by,' Fogota 

iu f-nmmer 
Exploits 

cc 

Placentia Bay TPO. 
Gander Bay; Fogota in 

summer. 
C. B. Railway— B. 
Harbor Briton 
Cod roy 
Gander Bay; Fogota in 

summer. 
Flat Island, Salvage, in 

winter; TPO. in sum. 
Brooklyn, Lethbridge, 

Bona. Bay Railway. 
Bay de Verde Ry TPO. 
Port de Grave 
Curling 
Twillingate 
George's Brook 
Twillingate 
Clarenville 

Stephenville Crossing. 
Burgeo 
Baine Harbor, Placentia 

Bay TPO. 
Flower's Cove 
Tilt Cove 
Leading Tickles, N.D.B, 

TPO. in summer. 
Richard's Harbor, C. 

TPO. W. 
Paradise, Plac. B. TPO. 
Trinity in winter; 

TPO. iu summer. 
Bonavista 
Bonne Bay 
Pushthrough 

Springdale in winter; 
N.D. Bay TPO. sum. 



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Sleeping Garments for Children. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Bordeaux 


Placentia «& St. Mary's 


Arnold's Cove. 


Boswarlas 


St. George . . 


Stephcnville Crossing, 
Port au Port. 


*Botwood 


Twillingate . . 


Botwood. 


Bouititon, Hillier's Hr. 


St. Barbe . . 


Fnglee, N. W, Point, 
N. E. Coast in sum. 


Bowling Pond Road . . 


Fogo 


Tilling, Fogo, 

s.s. Fogoia in sum. 


Boxey 


Fortune 


Jacques, per s.s. Susu 


Boyd's Island 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


Eoyd's Cove 


* 


Boyd's Cove in winter; 
N.D.Hay TPO. in sum. 


Bradbury Hil 


Port de Grave 


Bay Roberts 


Bradley's Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Ry. TPO. 


Bragg's Island 


Bonavista 


Gooseberry Id, Deer Id, 
Traytown in winter; 
B. Hay TPO. in sum. 


Braha, Great & Little . 


St. Barhe . . 


St. Anthony 


Brauox, 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia 


Brandy Hr., Cook's Hr. 


St. Barbe . . 


1 Lock's C -ve in winter; 
I Steamer in summer 


Brandy Island 


(C 


Braziel 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Rose Hianclie 


Bread aud Cheese Cove 


Ferryland 


Bay Bulls 


Bread Cove, Clode iSd.. 


Bonavista 


Port Blandfurd in winter; 
Charlottetow, B. B. 
TPO. in summer 


Brent Island 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony 


Brent's Cove 


£( 


Tilt Cove TPO. in sum. 


Brierly Ce, Cape Shore 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia 


Briek Yard 


Trinity 


Clarenville (Elliott's Ce) 


Bridgers 

Brig Bay 


Twillingate . . 
3t Barbe 




Straits TPO.; Cow Head 






ii. winter 


Brighton 


Twillingate . . 


Triton, N. D. Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Brigus 


Port de Grave 


Briaus 


Brigus Junction 




Railway TPO. 
Ca])e Broyle 


Brigus South 


Ferryland 


Brine's Cove 


St. iiarbe 


Till C ^ve 


Briney's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


h e 


Bristol's Hope 


Carbonear 


C. B. Railway 'A.' TPO. 


*Britannia Cove 


Trinity 


Britannia in win.; Trinity 
Hay TPO. in summer 


British Harbor 


cc 


Trinity 


Broad Cove 


li 


Dildo, H. C. Ry. TPO. 


" 


(C 


Trinity 


Broad Cove, N. Shore.. 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Ry. TPO. 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Broad Cove, see Capps 

Haydeu 

Broad Cove 



Rushooa 



Broads 
Brook Cove 



Brooklield 

Brooklyn 
Broom Cove 
Broom Close 
Broom's Bottom 
Broom's Point 
Brown's Cove 



Brownsdale. Lauee Ce. 

Brown's Mead 

Brown's Harbor 

Bruce Cove 



Brule, or Brewley, 

Merasheen Island 
Brunette . . . . 



Bryant's Cove, / 
Clode Sound ( 
Bryant's Cove 
Buckley's Cove, New- 
man's Sound 

Bull Arm 

Bull Cove 

Bullock's Tickle '.'.'.'.'.' 
Bunyan Cove, Clode Sd 

Bucklands (O^Regan's), 

*Burgeo 

Burgoyne's Cove 

*Burin 

Burin Inlet 



Ferryland 
Fortune 
St. George 
Bong,vista 



Burin 

Harbor Main 
Hlacentia & St. Mary's 
Harbor Grace 
Trinity 



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



Burin 
Trinity 



Burgeo and La Poile 
Bonavista 



Trepassey Railway 



St. George 

King's Cove 

Greenspond 

Newman's Sound, Salvage 

Baine Hr., Pla. B. TPO. 

Conception Hr., Avondale 

Trepassey 

Clarke's Beach 

Heart's Content 

Hickman's H.,Clareaville, 

T. Bay TPO. in sum, 
VVesleyville 
Clarenville 

Brooklyn, B. B. Railway 
i^ay de Verde Railway 
Salvage 
Bay of Islands 
Bonne Bay 
C jacbman's Ce, N. Coast 

TPO. in summer 
Burin 

Heart's Content 
Shoal Harbor 



Placentia & St. Mary's Placentia Bay TPO 



Flat Islds, Salvage, in win; 
B. B. TPO. in summer 



Fortune 

Bonavista 
Harbor Grace 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Port de Grave 

Burin 

Bonavista 



St. George 
Burgeo and 
Trinity 
Burin 



La Poile 



Harbor Brit .n, Fjrtune 

Bay TPO. 
Port Blandford, TPO. 

in summer 
Harbur Grace 

Salvage 

Railway TPO. 

Brigus 

Burin 

Salvage 

Port blandford, TPO. 

ij summer 
N. N. & W. Railway 
Burgeo 

George's Brook 
Burin 

" North 



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Exquimaux Novelties. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


•Butin-North 


Burin 


Burin North 


Burin Bay Arm 


< ( 


(C 


Burlington 


Twillingnte . . 


N.D. Bay N. in summer; 
King's Point in winter. 


Burn Cove 


Ferryland 


Tor's Cove, Trepassey Ry 


Burnt Arm 


Twillingate . . 


Botwood 


Burnt Bay, Lewisnorte 


(< 


Lewisi)orte 


Burnt Brook 


Trinity 


Shoal Harbor 


Burnt Cove, or Harbor 


Twlilingate . . 


Little Bay Island 


Burn! Head 


Pori de Grave 


Cupids 


Burnt Island 


Bonavista 


Traytown in winter; 
Bonne Bay TPO. sum. 


" 


Twillingate . . 


Exploits 


(( 


(< 


Leading Tivkles, N.D.B. 
N. in summer. 


(C 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia Bay IPO. 


Burnt Islands 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Coastal TPO. West 


Burnt Point 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railvi ay 


Burnt Woods 


iC 


(( (( 


Burton's Pond 


Twillingate . . 


Nipper's Harbor 


Burt's Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islands 


Burying Place 


Twillingate . . 


Tilt Cove 


Bussey's Point 


Fogo 


Gander Bay; Fogota 
in summer 


Bustard Cove 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head, Port au Choix 
TPO, in summer 


Butcher's Cove 


Bonavista 


Gambo 


Butler Brook 


St. George Z-- 


St. George 


Butler Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Leading Tickles, N.D.B. 
TPO. 


Butler Cove 


Trinity 


Hill view 


Butler's Cove 


Burin 


Marystown 


Butt Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Exploits 


Butter Cove 


Trinity 


Hill view 


Butter Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 


Button Hole Cove . . J. 


Twillingate . 


Tilt Cove 


Byrne Cove 


( c 


Twillingate 


Cabot Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond 


Cain's Island 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Rose Blanche 


Canada Bay 


St. Barbe 


Englee; C. TPO. in sum. 


Canaille 


Bonavista 


Bonavista 


Candle Cove 


• • * • 


Greenspoud. 


Canning Cove 


" 


Musgravetown, Bona. 
Railway TPO. 


Cann Island 


Fogo 


Seldom-come-by 


Canaries * 


St. Barbe 


Englee 


Campbell's Cove 


St. George . . 


Stephcnville Crossing, 
Port au Port 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



" Campbellton 

Cap Cove 

Cape Anguille 

Cape Ballard 

Cape Bauld 

Cape Bonavista 

*Cape Broyle 

Cape Cove 

Cape Dog 

Cape Fogo 

Cape Freels 

Cape Gregory 

Cape Islaad 

Cape LaMune 

Cape Mutton 

Cape Norman 

Cape d'Oguon, or 

Cape Onion 

Cape Pine 

Cape Kace 

Cape Ray 

Cape Rodger Harbor . 
Cape Rouge Harbor . 

Cape Spear 

Cape St. Francis 

Cape St. Mary's 

Caplin Bay 

Caplin Cove 

(C 

tf 
<( 

it 

tc 
ft 

Cappa Hayden 

•Carbonear 

Carbonear Island 

Card's Harbor 

Carmanville (Western 
Arm) 

Carter's Cove 

Cartyville 



Twillingate . . 

Trinity 

St. George 

Ferryland 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Ferryland 

Fogo 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

St, George . . 

Fogo 

Bargeo and LaPoiie . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. Barbe 

{ •• -I 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Burgeo nnd LaPoile . . 

St te 

St. Barbe : 

St. John's West 

St. John's East 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Ferryland 

St. George 

Bay de Verde 

Ferryland 
Harbor Grace 
Trinity 
Twillingate 



Ferryland 

Carbonear 
(t 

Twillingate 



Fogo 

Twillingate 
St. George 



Lewisporte, N.D. Bay; 

S. In summer. 
Trinity 

Codroy, Searston 
Renews, Trepassey Ry. 
Griguet 
Bonavista 
Cape B.oyle 
Fogo 

Whitbourne 
Fogo 

Wesleyville, Fogo TPO. 
Trout Riv., Straits TPO. 
Wesleyville 
Cape LaHune 
Trepassey 
Lock's Cove in winter; 

steamer in summer 
Griguet, Quirpon, C. TPO 

Jvorth in summer 
Trepassey 
Cape Race 
Railway TPO. 
Placentia Bay TPO 
Conche 
St. John's 
Pouch Cove 
Placentia 

Trepassey Ry TPO. 
Curling- 
Lower Island Cove, 

Bay de Verde Railway 

Tor's Cove, Trepassey Ry 

Harbor Grace 

Hillview 

Exploits 

Little Ray Island 

Tilt Cove 

Trepassey Railway 

Carbonear 
it 

Pilley's Island, N.D. Bay 
TPO. in summer. 

Fredericton in winter; 

Fogota in summer 
Moreton's Harbor 

Robinson's Head, 
N.N. & W. Railway 



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Name of Place, 


District. 


Post Town. 


Cascade Cove 


Fortune 


Pushthrough 


Castle Cove 


Bonavista 


King s Cove 


Castor's Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head, Straits 
TPO. in summer 


Castor's River 


(( 


Do. do. 


*Catalma 


Trinity 


Catalina 


Cat Bay 


Bonavista 


Gambo 


Cat Cove 


St. Barbe 


Englee, N. E. Coast 
TPO. in summer 


Cat Harber 


Fogo 


Wesleyville in winter; 
TPO. in summer 


Cat's Cove 


Burin 


Burin 


Cat's Ce, Avondale N. . 


Harbor Main 


Avondale 


Cavendish (Shoal Bay). 


Trinity 


New Harbor, Heart's 
Content Railway TPO. 


Centre Cove 


(( 


Bay Bulls Arm, Ry. TPO. 


Centre Cove (Chance). . 


Ferryland 


Renews, Trepassey 
Railway TPO. 


Chaleur Bay 


Burgee and LaPoile . . 


South Coast TPO. 


Cbalker Cove 


St. rfarbe 


Flower's Cove 


Chamberlains 


Harbor Main 


Topsail 


Chambers 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Chamber's Brook .... 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove 


Champneys (Salmon 






Cove 


Trinity 


Bonavista Bay TPO. 


Champneys East 


(( 


Do. do. 


Champneys West .... 


a 


Do. do. 


Chance Cove 


Ferryland 


Renews, Trepassey 
Railway TPO. 


li 


Trinity 


Chance Cove, via Rantem 


Chance Hr., Bridgeport 


Twillingate 


Moreton's Harbor 


•Change Islands 


Fogo 


Change Islands 


*Channel 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Channel 


Chapel Arm 


Trinity 


Railway TPO. 


Chapel Island 


Twillingate 


Twillingate, Moreton's H. 


Chapel's Cove 


Harbor Main 


C. B. Ry. TPO. 'A.' 


Chapel's Island 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Charlie Shear's Cove . . 


St. George . 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port-au-Port 


Charleston (Southwest 






Bay 


Bonavista 


Bonavista Bay Railway 


Charlotttjtown 


(C 


Port Blandford in winter; 
B. B. TPO. in summer 


Child's Point 


St. George . . 


Curling 


Chimney Bay 


St. Barbe 


Englee 


Chimney Cove 


St. George . . 


Trout River, Straits 
TPO.* 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Chouse Brook 


St. Barbe . . 


•• 


Coachman's Cove, N. E. 
Coast TPO. in summer 


Church Cove 


St. John's East 


, , 


Torbay 


«c 


Ferryland 


. , 


Cape Broyle 


Cinq Cerfs 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


La P .ile 


Cinq lies Bay 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Clam Ce (Glamorgan). . 


Ferryland 




Ferryland 


Clam Bank Cove 


St. George 




Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port 


*Clareaville 


Trinity 




Clarenville 


•Clarke's Beach 


Port de Grave 




Clarke's) Beach 


Clarke's Brook 


St. George . . 




Curling 


Clarke's Cove 

Clattice Harbor 








Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Clay Cove 


St. Barbe 




Englee 


C;iay Pits 


Trinity 




Clarenville 


Clifton )Lower Rocky 








Brook) 


(C 




Hill view 


Clode Sound 


Bonavista 




Port Blandford 


Clown's Cove 


Bay de Verde 




Bay de Verde Railway 


Coachman's Cove 


St. Barbe 




Coachman's C, BaieVerte, 
inwin; C. TPO. in sum. 


Coachman's Island 


Burin 




Burin 


Coal All 


Twillingate . , 




Twillingate 


Cobbler's Island 


Bonavista 




Greeuspond 


Cobb's Arm 


Twillingate .. 




Herring Neck 


C^iCioXz flnrl Hpn Covp 


Port.n Hfl 






Codner 


Harbor Main 




Kelligrews 


Codroy 


St. George . . 




Sears ton 


Codroy Pond 


<< 




Do. 


Cod's Head Cove 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


La Poile 


Ct^d .iH.ok's Cove 


Twillingate . . 
Fogo 






Codrick's Cove 




Change Islands. 


Cofffifi (yOvfl 


Twillingate . . 






ColchestM: 




Jackson's C, N.D.B, N,in 








sum; King's Pt. in win. 


Clod Harbor 


Bonavista 




Greeuspond 


Coley's Point 


Harbor Grace 




Bay Roberts 


Collier's (Central) 


Harbor Main 




Avoi dale 


Colliers Bay Cove 








(Thoralee) 


Trinity 




Chance Cove 


Colinet 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Whitbourne 


(^olinet Island 


(( 


(( 


St. Joseph's 


CoUia's Cove 


Burin 




Burin 


Columbier Island 


(C 




(c 


Collett Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia 


Come-by-chance 


(( <( 


•• 


Come-by-chance, via 
Railway TPO. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Come-by-chance Vill'ge 


Placentia & St 


Mary's. 


Come-by-chance, via 
Railway TPO. 


Comfort Cove 


Twillingate . . 




Lewisporte, Campbellton, 
N.D.B. TPO. in sum. 


*Conception Harbor . . 


Harbor Main 




Avondale 


Conche 


St. Barbe 


, , 


Conche 


Coney Adm 


cc 


, , 


Jackson's Arm, N., TPO. 


Confusion Bay 


cc 




Tilt Cove 


Conn 


Fortune 




Belleoram, For. B. TPO. 


Connaigre 


it 


, , 


H. Briton, For. B. TPO. 


Conn River 


<( 




Gaultois, For. Bay TPO. 


Connoire Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Burgeo, or Grand Bruit 


Cook's Cove 


Trinity 




Old Perlican, 

Ba}- de Verde Railway 


(C 


St. George . . 




Bay jf Islands 


Cook's Harbor 


St. Barbe 




Lock's Cove, in winter; 
TPO. in summer 


Coomb's Cove 


Fortune 


, 


St. Jacques, For. B. TPO. 


Cooper's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


I'laceutia Bay TPO. 


ti 


(C ( 


( 


Argeatia, Plac. Ry TPO. 


Cooper's Point 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay 


Coppit 


Burgeo and La 


Poile . . 


Ramea 


Corbin 


Burin 




Hurin 


i< 


Fortune 




I'.elleoram, For. B. TPO. 


Cormoraadit^r 


S . Barbe .. 


, . 


Conche 


Corueliiis Island 


Burgeo and La 


Puile . . 


Hurgeo 


*Corjier Brook 


St. George . . 




Railway TPO. 


Corner Hk, N.E. Arm.. 


Twillingate . . 


• 


Little Bay, N. D. Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Cotirell's Cove 


ti 


•• 


Point Leamington in win; 
N. D. Bay T BO. in sum. 


^ottrell's Cove, now 
St. Brendan's 


1 Bonavista 


\ 


Traytowu in winter; 
B. Bay Tl'O. in sum. 


Cottle Cove, Farmer's 
Arm 


1 Twillingate 


\ 


Lewis|iorte, N. D. Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Country Path 


Harbor Grace 




Bay Roberts 


Courage's Beach .... 


(C 




Harbor Grace 


Coward's Island .... 


Bonavista 




Flat Isld, Salvage in win; 
B. Bay TPO. in sum. 


Cow Cove, Cow Head .. 


St. Barbe 




1 Cow Head, Straits 


Cow Harbor 


<( 




3 TPO. in summer 


Cow Cove 


St. George . . 




Bay of Islands 


Crabbe's Brook 


£C 




Railway TPO. 


Crabbe's East 


« 




Do. 


Crabbe's West 


(C 




Do. 


Crabb's Hole 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Crane's Brook 


Harbor Grace 




Bay Roberts 


Crawley's Cove 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay 


Crawley's Island 


Placentia & St, 


Mary's. 


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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Creek 

Cremaille 

Crestou, Glendon and 

Butler'e Cove 

Cripple Cove 

Croc 

Crocker's Cove 

Cross Island 

Crouoher Cove 

Crow Head 

Crow Head 

Cub Ce, White Bear B. 

Cuckold's Cove 

Cuckold's Cove 

(Dunfield) 

Cul de Sac 

Call Harbor 

Cull Harbor 

Cull Islaad 

"Cupids 

Curling 

Current Island 

Cuslett 

Cutwell Arm 

Cutwell Harbor 

Damnable Harbor . . . . 

Dancing Cove 

Dancing Cove 

Daniel's Ce, Random . . 

Daniel's Harbor 

Daniel's Point 

Dantzic Coves 

Dark Cove 

Dark Cove 

Dark Harbor, Random. 

Dark Hole 

Dark Tickles, Brighton 

Darrell's Home 

Davy Sutton's Cove . . 

Davis Cove 



St. George . . 

St. Barbe . . 

Burin 

St. John's East 

St. Barbe 

Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Twillingate . . 

St. George . . 
Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
St. John's East 

Trinity 

Burgeo and La Poile . , 

Bouavista 

Twillingate . . 

Port de Grave 
St. George 
St. Barbe 



Placentia & St. Mary' 
Twillingate . . 



Bonavista 

Bay de Verde 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Burin 

Bonavista 

Trinity 

Twillingate . . 
Port de Grave 
Twillingate . . 



Stephenville Crossing, 

Port an Port 
St. Anthony 

Placentia Bay TPO. 
Pouch Cove 
Conche; N. E. Coast 

TPO. in summer, 
Carbonear 
Placentia Bay TPO. 
Little Bay Island 
Twillingate 
Bay of Islands 
Burgeo 
King's Bridge 

Trinity 

Cape La Hune 

Troytown 

Pool's Island 

Leading Tickles, 

N. D. Bay TPO. 
Cupids 
Curling 
Straits of Belle Isle 

TPO. in summer;, 

Cow Head in winter 
Placentia 

1 AVard's Hr., Pilley's Id., 
j- in winter ; N. D. Bay 
J TPO. in summer 
Salvage 
King's Cove 
Old Perlican, Bay de 

'V^erde Railway 
Britannia, Trinity Bay, 

TPO. iu summer 
Straits TPO. in summer; 

Cow Head in winter 
Trepassey 
Lamaline 
Gambo 
Salvage 
Hillview 
Clarenville 

Pilley's Island, Triton 
Port-de-Grave 
Twillingate 



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in touch with us. Wholesale and Retail. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Davis Cove, near 

Chambers 

Dawson's Cove 

Dead Isles, or Isle aux 

Morts 

Dead Lobster Bay 

Deadmau's Bay 

Deadman's Bay, Cat H. 

Deadman's Cove 

Deadman's Cove 

Degrat du Clieval .... 
Deep Bight, Random. 
Deep Uove 

C( 

If 

(C 

Deepwater Bay 

Deepwater Cove 

Deer Brook 

Deer Harbor 

Deer Harbor (Lower) . . 

Deer Island 

Deer Island 

Deer Lake 

Delby's Cove 

Denier Island 

Denier leland 

Devil's Bay, Rencontre 
Devil's Cove .... 

Dildo South 

Dildo Run .... 

Dirty Cove 

Dock Ridge .... 

Dock, Bareneed .... 

Doctor's Harbor 

Doctor's Harbor 

Dodding Head 

Dog Bay, Horwoods 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 

Fortune 

St. John's East 

Fogo 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 



Trinity 
Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
St. Barbe . . 

Twilliugate . . 
St. Barbe 



Trinity 



Bonavista 

Burgeo and LaPoile 
St. George . . 
Tiinity 

Bonavista 
Twillingate . . 
Burgeo and La Poile 
St. Barbe 



Trinity 
Twilliugate . . 

Bonavista 
Harbor Main 
Port de Grave 
Burgeo nnd LaPoile 
Fortune 
Burin 

Fogo 



Placentia Bay TPO. 
Hermitage Cove 

Channel 

Pushthrough 

St. John's 

VVesleyville; Fogota sum. 



Flower's Cove, Cow Head 

in winter. 
Englee; N.E.C. TPO 
Hillview 
Caplin Bay, Trepassey 

Ry TPO. 
Presque, Plac. Ry TPO. 
Channel 
Griguet, N.W. Point in 

win: N.E.C. TPO. sum. 
Exploits 
Bonne Bay 

Britannia, Trinity Bay; 

TPO. in sum. 
Southport, Hillview, 

T. Bay TPO. in sum. 
Gooseberry Id, B. Bay, 

TPO. in summer 
Ramea 

Railway TPO. 
Shoal Har., Trinity Bay 

TPO. in summer. 
Salvage 
Pilley's Island 
S.S. Glencoe 
Jackson's A., Bale Verte, 

in winter; N. E. Coast 

TPO. in summer. 
Dildo South, A.C. Ry. 
Farmer's Arm, N.D.B. 

Ry; TPO. in sum. 
Salvoge 
Avondale 
C.B. Railway— A. 
Burgeo 

Belleoram, For. B. TPO. 
Burin 

Boyd's Cove in winter; 
Clyde and Fogota, sum. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Dog Cove, Cottell's Id. 


Bonavista 


Traytown, B.B. TPO. 
in summer 


Dog Cove 




Gambo 


(( 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Pushthrongh 


(( 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Salmonier 


Dog Hr., Merasheen . . 


(t <t 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Dog Island, Bird Cove, 
Peninsula 


i St. Barbe . . i 


Flower's Cove, Cow Head 
in summer 


Dollard Arm 


Twillingate . . 


Three Arms, N.D.B. Ry. 


Dollmaa's Point 


Bonavista 


Gambo 


Dolly Cove 


Trinity 


Britannia, T. Bay, TPO. 
in summer 


Dominion Pninfc 


Twillingate . . 


Botwood 


Dossenger's Cove .... 


St. Barbe 


Coackman's Cove, N.E.C. 
TPO. 


Doyle's Station 


St. George . . 


Doyle's Station, RyTPO. 


Doting Cove 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor 


Dragoon Bay, near 






Richard's Harbor. . . . 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Pushthrongh, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Drake's Cove 


Bonavista 


Gambo, Fa.r Islands, 
in summer 


Dreadfall Point 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 


Drogheda 


Port de Grave 


Brigus 


Drooke 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey 
Bay 


Duggan's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Englee, C. TPO. in sum. 
N.W. Point in win. 


Dunfield 


Trinity 


Trinity 


Dunsmere 


St. John's West 


St. Ann's, C.B. Railway 


*Dunville 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Railway 


Durant Island 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 


Duricle 


Burin 


Beaubois, Plac. Bay TPO 


Durrell's Arm 


Twillingate 


Twillingate 


East Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


LaPoile 


Easter Cove, Indian Id 


Fogo 


Seldom-come-by ; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 


East Point 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


LaPoile 


Eastern Tickle 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Eboulements, Port an 






Choi.x 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head, TPO. in sum. 


Eddy's Cove 


(( 


Flower's Coue 


Elliott's Cove 


Trinity 


Elliott's Cove, Clarenville 


Elliott's Point 


Twillingate . . 


Exploits 


EilistoQ (Bird Id Cove). 


Trinity 


Bonavista 


Emberley's Pond 


Twillingate 


Boyd's Cove, s.s. Clyde; 
TPO. in summer 


Englee 


St Barbe . ' 


Englee, C. TPO. N. in s., 
N.W. Point in win. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



English Cove 

English Cove 

English Harbor 

English Harbor East . . 

English Harbor West . 
English Harbor 

English Harbor 

*Epworth 

Evan's Rock, Random.. 

*Exi)loits 

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 
Fichot Islands 



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



St. Barbe . . 

Trinity 
Burin 
Trinity 
Twillingate . . 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 
Bonavista 

Placentia & St. Mary's 
Fogo 

St. George . . 
Twillingate . . 



Harbor Grace 
St. George 

Fortune 

Ferryland 
St. Barbe 

Ferryland 
St. Barbe 



Fischell's Brook .... 
Fish Head Cove .... 
Five Islands Bay. . . . 
Flag Stafi 
Flambro Head 

Flat Bay 

Flat Islands 

*Flat Island 

Flat Id, St. John's Bay 

Flat Rock 



St. George 

Burgeo and 

Fortune 

Burin 

Bay de verde 

St. George . 
Bonavista 

Burin 

St. Barbe . 

Carbonear 



La Poile 



Collier's, Avondale 
St. Mary's 
Greenspond 
Belleoram, BayL'Argent, 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
St. Jacques 
Conche, N.E.C. TPO. in 

summer. 
Trinity; Bonavista Ry. 
Epworth 
Olarenville 
Exploits 

Pushthrough 

Hare Bay in win; Bon B. 

TPO. in summer. 
Railway TPO. 
Change Islands or Little 

Beaver Cove 
Bay of Islands 
Lewisporte in winter; 

Tizzard's Har. in sum. 
Lewisporte 
Fortune Harbor 
Harbor Grace 
Port au Port, Stephen- 

ville Crossing 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
Fermeuse 
Cow Head in winter; 

TPO. in summer. 
Ferryland 
Conche, N.E. Coast 

TPO. in summer 
Railway TPO. 
LaPoile 

Belleoram, For. B. TPO. 
Lam aline 
Lower Island Cove, 

Bay deiVerde Railway 
Railway TPO. 
Salvago in winter; 

Bon. Bay TPO. sum. 
Placentia Bay TPO. 

Cow Head; Straits TPO. 

in summer 
Carbonear, Bay de Verde 

Railway 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Flat Rock, Aquaforte. . 


Ferryland 




Ferryland 


Flat Kock 


St. John's East 




Flat Rock 


Fleur de Lys 


St. Barbe 




Coachman's Cove, 
C. TPO. in summer. 


Flipper Cove 


Bonavista 




Glovertown 


Fort Amherst 


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 


Forrester's Point 


St. Barbe 




Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum. 


*Foster's Point 


Trinity 




Clarenville, Trinity Bay 
TPO. in summer 


*Fortune 


Burin 




Fortune 


Fortune Arm 


St. Baibe 




Griguet, N.E.C. TPO. 


"Fortune Harbor 


Twillingate . . 




Fortune Harbor 


Fourchette; 


St. Barbe 




Englee, N.E.C. TPO. 


Fox Bay or Cove 


Bonavista 




Greenspond 


Fox Cove 


Burin 




Beaubois, Plac. B. TPO. 


Fox Cove 


Fortune 




BelleoTam, BayL'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Fox Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Fox Harbor 


Fox Har. (Southport . . 


Trinity 




Hill view 


Fox Head Cove 


Fogo 




Change Islands 


Fox Island 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Ramea 


Fox Island .-. 


Fortune 




Gaultois 


Fox Island River 


St, George . . 


•■ 


Port an Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing 


Fox Point 


St. tJarbe 




St. Anthony 


Fox Roost 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Channel 


Foxtrap 


Harbor Main . . 




C.B. Railway— A. 


Francis Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Valen Island, Placentia 
Bay TPO. 


Francois, near Ren- 
contre, 


I Burgeo & La 


Poile { 


Coastal TPO. West. 
Rencontre, per Glencoe 


Fraak Island 


<i It 




Burgeo 


French Cove 


Fortune 




Gaultois 


Fredericton 


Fogo 


•• 


Fredericton in winter; 
Fogota in summer 


Freneh's Cove 


Port de Grave 




Bay Roberts 


French Island Harbor.. 


St. Barbe 




Flower's Cove 


Frenchman's Cove 

Frenchman's Cove .... 


Ferryland 
Burin 


•• 


Renews, Trepassey Ry 
Garnish 


Frenchman's Ce Beach. 


St. George . . 




Curling 


Frenney Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia 


*Freshwatet 


Bay de Verde 


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Name of Place, 



District, 



Post Town. 



Freshwater 

Freshwater 

Freshwater, Placentia. 

Freshwater 

Freshwater 

Freshwater, Bell Island 

Freshwater Bay 

Freshwater Bay 

Freshwater Bay 

Friday's Bay 

Frost Cove 

Fry's Beach 

Furby's Cove 

Fouchie 

Gad's Harbor 

Gad's Harbor 

Gale's Harbor 

Gale's Harbor 

Galiboy Harbor 

Callow's Cove 

Callow's Harbor, St. 

Joseph's 

'Gambo 

*Gander Bay 

Gargamelle 

Garia 

Garnish, Great & Little 
Garrett's Cove .... 
Garrett's .... 

Gaskiers (Gascoigne) 
Casters .... 

"Gaultois .... 

Ganlton's Island .... 
Genevieve Bay .... 

George's Brook .... 

George's Cove .... 

George's Cove .... 

Georgetown .... 

Gile's Point 

Gillam's .... 

Gillard's Cove 

Gin Cove, Smith's Sd 

Glenburnie .... 



Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Trinity 

St. John's East 

Bonavista 
St. John's East 
Ferryland 
Twillingate . . 



Fortune 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

St. George . . 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Bonavista 

Fogo 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Harbor Main 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 



Port de Grave 
St. George 

Twillingate 
Trinity 

St. Barbe 



Ferryland 

Renews, Trepassey Ry. 

Jersey Side, P. B. TPO. 

Trinity 

Freshwater Road 

Bell Island 

Gambo 

St. John's, G. D. 

Tor's Cove, Trepassey Ry. 

Lewieporte in winter; 

Clyde TPO. in sum. 
Moreton's Harbor 
Little Bay 
Gaultois, Hermitage Ce, 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
Facheux 
Bonne Bay 
Trinity 
Codroy 
Channel 
La Poile 
Witless Bay, Trepassey 

Railway 
Placentia Bay TPO. 
Gambo 
Gander Bay, Fogota 

TPO. 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum. 
La Poile 

Burin, For. Bay TPO. 
Bay Bulls Arm; Ry. TPO. 
Hill view 
St. Mary's 
Avondale 
Gaultois 

Placentia Bay TPO. 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. 
George's Brjok, B.B. Ry. 
Bonaventure, Trin. Bay. 
Hillview 
Brigus 
Bay of Islands (Curling) 

Twillingate 
George's Brook { 

Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. ia sum. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


GUesport (Durrell's A.) 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate, N. D. Bay 

TPO. 
Glenwood, Ry. TPO. 


*Glenwood 


(C 


Glide Brook 


St. George . . 


Railway TPO. 


Glover Harbor 


Twillingate . . 


Leading Tickles; N.D.B. 
TPO.; Point Leaming- 
ton in winter 


Glovertown 


Bonavista 


Glovertown 


Goblin Bay 


Fortune 


Pushthrough 


God Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 


Goddenville 


Harbor Grace 


Spaniard's Bay 


Godfather's Cove 


St. Barbe . . 


Western Cove, White B., 
N. Coast TPO. in sum. 


God Hr., near Garnish. 


Fortune 


Garnish 


Gold Cove, White Bay. 


St. Barbe 


Westport, White Bay, 
N. Coast TPO. in sum. 


Golden Bay 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia 


Goldson's Arm 


Twillingate . . 


Herring Neck 


Good Bay, Port au Port 


St. Barbe . . 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum. 


Goose Arm 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands (Curling) 


Goose Bay 


Bonavista 


B. B. Railway 


Gojseberry 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia 


Gooseberry Cove 


Trinity 


Hill view, Southport in 
summer 


Gooseberry Island 


Bonavista 


Traytown, Bonavista Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Gooseberry Island 


St. Barbe . . 


Flower's Cove 


Goose Cove 


(< 


N. E. C. TPO. in sum. 
N. W. Point in winter 


Goose Cove 


Trinity 


Trinity Harbor 


Goufre 


St. Barbe . . 


Englee; N. E. C. TPO. 


Goulds (Brigus 


Port de Grave 


C. B. Railway TPO. 


Goulds (Bay Bulls Rd.). 


St. John's West 


Goulds 


Goulds Point & Brook.. 


St. Barbe . . 


Flower's Cove 


Governor's Island 


it 


Curling 


Grand Bay 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Channel 


'Grand Bank 


Burin 


Grand Bank 


Grand Beach 


(C 


.< 


Grand Brook 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Channel 


Grand Bruit 


i« (( 


Grand Bruit 


Grand Cove, Confusion 






Bay 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove ' 


Grandes Ilettes Harbor 


ii 


Conche; N.E.C. TPO. in 
sum.; N.W. Point, win. 


Grandes Oiets 


(( 


Conche 


Grand Vache 


a 


Gt. Har. Deep, N.E.C. 
TPO. in summer. 
Englee in winker. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Grand Ferry 


Fortune 




Garnish 


Grand John 


(( 




Belleoram, BayL'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Grand La Pierre 


IC 




Do. do. 


Gransway 


St. Barbe . .* 




Conche; N. E. Coast 
TPO. in summer 


*GraQd River 


St. George . . 




Searstown 


Grandy's Brook 


Burgeo and La 


Poile '.'. 


Burgeo 


Grandy's Island 


<( ( 




c( 


cc 


St. Barbe 




Westport, V/hite Bay, 
N. Coast TPO. in sum. 


Grandy s Passage .... 


Burgeo and La 


Poile .. 


Rose Blanche 


Grandy's Point 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Valen, Plac. Bay TPO. 


Grant's Cove 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Grapnell Cove 


St. Barbe 




Tilt Cove 


Grassy Brook 


Placentia & St 


Mary's 


Trepassey 


Grate's Cove 


Bay de V^erde 




Bay de Verde Railway 


Gravels, now Port au 








Port 


St. George . . 




Stephenville Crossing 


Great Barrisway 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia 


Great Braha 


St. Barbe 




St. Anthony 


*Great Burin 


Burin 




Placentia Bay TPO. 


Great Cat Arm 


St. (iarbe 




Jackson's Arm, N. Coastal 
TPO. in summer 


Great Codroy Kiver . . 


St. George . . 




Searstown 


Great Colinet Island . . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Joseph's 


Great Coney Arm .... 


St. Barbe 




Jackson's Arm, White B, 
N. Coast TPO. in sum. 


Great Harbor 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


La Poile 


Great Har., Connaigre. 


Fortune 


, ^ 


Fortune Bay TiPO. 


Great Harbor Deep . . 


St. Barbe 


• 


Englee, via N. VV. Point 
in winter; N. C. TPO. 
in summer 


Great Island 


Ferryland 




Tor's Cove, Trepassey Ry. 


Great Jervols 


Fortune 




Pushthrough, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Great Lawn 


Burin 




Placentia Bay TPO. 


Great Merasheen 


Placentia & St 


Mary's 


Placentia TPO. 


Great Mosquito Cove. . 


Trinity 




Chance Cove 


Great Paradise 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Placentia Bay! 
TPO. 


Great St. Joseph's 


(C ( 


c 


Placentia TPO. 


Great Southern Harbor 


(( 


c 


La Manche 


Great Triton 


Twillingate . . 




Piiley's Island in winter; 
N. D. Bay TPO. sum. 


Green Bay 


Trinity 


. . 


Catalina 


Green Cove and Island. 


" 




Trinity 


Green Head 


Harbor Grace 


, . 


Spaniard's Bay 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Green Gardens 

Green Island 

Green Island Brook . . 
Green Island Cove 
Green Island Cove 

Green Point 

Green Point 

Green Bight 

Green's Harbor 

*Gi"eenspond 

G.eenspond, now 
William sport, 

Greep's Nest 

Greep's Nest 

Gregory River 

Grey River, Little R. . . 

Griguet 

Groais Island 

Groat's Island 

Grole 

Groux 

Guggle's Cove 

Gull Cove, Branch . . . . 
Gulleys 

Gulleys (Brigus) 

Gnll Island 

Gull Island, Cape John 
Gull Islajd Cove .... 
Gull Marsh 
Gussett's Cove .... 

Ha Ha Bay 

Halfway Bay . . . 
Hall's Bay 

Hall's Bay Head .... 
Hall's (Tom) Harbor 
Hall's Town 
Hamilton Cove .... 
Hampden .... 

Handy Harbor .... 

*Hant's Harbor .... 
Happy Adventure 

*Ha,rbor Briton .... 



St. George 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 
(( 

Twillingate 
St. Barbe 
Fortune 

n 

Trinity 
Bonavista 

i St. Barbe 

Port de Grave 

Trinity 

St. George . . 



Bnrgeo and LaPoile . , 
St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Harbor Grace 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Harbor Main 

Port de Grave 
Bay de verde 
Twillingate . . 

St. Barbe .. '.'. 

Bay de Verde 



5t Barbe 
St. George 
Twillingate 



Port de Grave 
Twillingate 
St. Barbe 



Trinity 
Bonavista 

Fortune 



Port au Port 
Catalina 
Flower's Cove 

Exploits 

Bonne Bay 

Gaultois 

Greenspond 

New Harbor, H. C. Ry. 

Greenspond 

Englee in winter; 

N. Coastal TPO. sum. 
Brigus 

Shoal Harbor 
Straits TPO. in sum.; 

Trout River in winter 
Ramea 

Griguet, N.E.C. TPO. 
Conche, Do. 

Greenspond 

Pass Id., For. Bay TPO. 
Conche, N.E.C. TPO. 
Bay Roberts 
Placentia 
Upper Gullies, C. B. Ry. 

TPO. 
C. B. Railway TPO. 
Bay de Verde Railway 
Tilt Cove 
Exploits 
Bonne Bay 
Bay de Verde Railway 

Griguet, C. TPO. in sum. 
Bay of Islands 
Springdale, N. D. Bay 

TPO. in summer 
Little Bay 
Exploits 
Bay Roberts 
Fortune Harbor 
Westport, Bale Verte, win 

C. TPO. N. in sum. 
Pacquet, N.E.C. TPO. 

in summer. 
Heart's Content 

Happy Adventure, 

Salvage Bay 
Harbor Briton 



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Readymades and Rain Coats. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Harbor Buifett 

Harbor Deep 

Harbor des Veoux . . . 

Harbor Galley 

*Harbor Grace 

Harbor Grace Island . 

Harbor Island 

Harbor LeCou 

*Harbor Maiu 

Horbor Mille 

Harbor Kouud 

Harcourt (Sandy Pt.). 

Hardy Cove 

Hare Bay 

Hare Bay, Freshwater 
Bay . . . . ; 

Hare Bay, now Ren- 
contre . ... 

Hare Bay 

Hare Harbor 

Harricott, or Harry'sC 

Harry's Harbor 

Hart's Cove 

Hatchet Cove 

Hatcher's Cove 

Hatter's Point 

Hauling Point 

Hampden 

Hawke's Bay 

Hayward's Cove, 

Cottell's Island, 
Hay Cove 

<c 

Haystack 

Head's Harbor, 
H. B. Harbor, 

Head of Fortune Bay. . 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
St. Barbe 



Fortune 
Harbor Grace 

St. George . . 
Burgeo and LaPoile 
Harbor Main 
Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Fortune 

St. Barbe . . 



Bonavista 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

Fogo 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

Tvfillingate 



Trinity 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile 

St. Barbe 



Bonavista . . j 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 

St. Barbe 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Twillingate . . 
Fortune 



Hr. Buffett, P. B. TPO. 
Coastal steamer in sum.; 

Englee in winter, via 

N. W. Point 

Do. do. 

Gaultois 
Harbor Grace 

Bay of Islands 

Rose Blanche 

Harlior Main 

Belleoram, BayL'Argent, 

Fortune Pay TPO. 
Tilt Cove, N. D. Bay 

TPO. in summer 
George's Brook 
Gaultois 
Goose Cove, Lock's Cove, 

in winter; N. E. Coast 

TPO. in summer 

Hare Bay 

Glencoe TPO. 

Fngo; Fogota in summer 

Belleoram 

Whitbourne 

Jacksun's Cove, King's 

Point in win.;[N. D. B. 

TPO. in summer . 
Twillingate 
Hillview 
Belleoram 
Burgeo 
Wesiport, White Bay, 

N. Coastal TPO. 
West Cove 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum. 
Troytown in winter; 

B. B. TPO. in summer 
Gambo 

Flat lids, Plac. Bay TPO. 
Griguet, N.E. Coast TPO. 
Placentia Bay TPO. 
N.D. Bay; Springdale in 

winter; TPO. in sum. 

Belleoram, BayL'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Toys, 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Healy's Cove 


Harbor Main 




Harbor Main 


^Heart's Content 


Trinity 




Heart's Content Railway 


Heart's Delight 


it 




(< IC 


Heart's Desire 


a 




(( <( 


Heart's Ease 


(( 




Hillview 


HeathertoQ (Kattling 








Brook 


St. George . . 




Railway TPO. 


Hermitage Cove 


Fortune 




Hermitage Cove, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Herring Cove 


Burin 




St. Lawrence 


*Herring Neck 


Twillingate . . 




Herring Neck 


Hibb's Hole 


Port de Grave 




Port de Grave 


Hickman's Harbor 


Trinity 




Clarenville, Trinity Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Highbeach 


Burin 




Lamaliae 


Highlands 


St, George . . 




TPO. Railway 


Hillier's Harbor 


St. tsarbe 




Englee, N. E. Coast 
TPO. in summer 


Hiscock's Point 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Rose Blanche 


Hillview, Northern Pt. 


Trinity 


, _ 


N.N.W. Railway TPO. 


Hodder's Cove 


Bonavista 




Hilluiew 


(c 


Trinity 




Shoal Hr., George's Brk. 


Hodge's Cove 


C( 




Hillview 


Hogan's Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Merasheen, P. Bay TPO, 


Hollett's Cove 


Bonavista 




Glovertown 


Holloway's Passage . . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Paradise, Plae. Bay TPO. 


* Holy rood 


Harbor Main. . 




tlolyrood 


Hoop Cove 


Fortune 




Belleoram 


Hooping Harbor 


St. Barbe 




Eoglee, N. E. Coast 
TPO. in summer 


Hog's Nose 


Trinity 




Trinity 


Hopeall 


it 




New Harbor, H. C. Ry. 


Hopewell 


Harbor Main 




Upper Gullies 


Hopeville 


Bonavista 




Brooklyn, Bonavista Ry. 


Hornet Island 


Twillingate . . 




Exploits 


Horse Chops 


Trinity 




Trinity 


Horse Cove 


Harbor Main 




St. Philips 


Horwood (Dog Bay) . . 


Fogo 




Lewisporte in winter; 
N. D. Bay in summer 


Horse Islands 


St. Barbe 




LaSoie C. TPO. N., sum. 


Hoskin's Harbor 


Twillingate . . 




Exploits 


Houses Point 


Fortune 




Gaultois 


Howe Harbor 


St. Barbe 




Goose Cove, N.E.C. TPO. 


Howard's 


St. George . . 




Railway TPO. 


Howley 


C£ 




C( 


Hughe's Brook 


cc 




Bay of Is., Humbermouth 


Hungry Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Plac. Ry. TPO. (Barport) 




Trinity 




in summer 



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Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town, 



Hunter's Point, 

Point au Choix, 
Hunt's 

Humbermouth 
Humber Valley . 
Humber River 



Indian Arm, Princeton 
Indian Arm, Camp- I 
bellton, ) 
Indian Bay 

Indian Bight 

Indian Burying Place.. 
Indian Cove, For. Har. 
Indian Cove 



Indian Mr. and Island.. 
Indian Hr., Merasheen 

Indian Head 

Indian Islands 



Indian Poini 

Indian Pond 

Indian Tickle, Long Is, 
Inglewood, Random . . 
Ingornachoix Bay 

Inner Pinchard's Isd.. . 
lona (Ram's Island) . . 
Ireland Bighcj 



Ireland Island 
Ireland's Eye 

Irishtown 



Island Cove (Upper) 
" (Lower) 



■' (Random).. 

" (Islington). 

Island Herbor 

Isle aux Sauvages .... 

Isle aux Morts 

Isles Galet (Fox Island) 

Islington (Island Cove)|Trinity 



St. Barbe 

Burgeo and LaPoile 
St. George 



Bonavista 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 

Twilliogate 



Bonavista 

Fortune 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George 

Fogo 

Twillingate . . 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate . . 
Trinity 
St. Barbe 

Bonavista 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. Barbe 

Burgeo nnd LaPoile . . 
Trinity 

St. George . 
Carbonear 
Ferryland 
Harbor Grace 
Bay de Verde 
Trinity 



Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum. 
Burgeo 

Railway TPO. 
Deer Lake Railway TPO. 
Bay of Islands 

Princeton, Bonavista Ry. 
Lewisporte, N. D. Bay 

TPO. in summer 
Greenspond, Bon. Bay 

TPO. in summer 
Little Bay 
Tilt Cove 
Fortune Harbor 
Brooklyn, B. Bay TPO. 



Fogo 

St. Barbe . . 

Burgeo and La Poile 

Fortune 



Bonne Bay 

La Poile 

Hr. Buffett, P. Bay TPO. 

Stephenville Crossing] 

Seldom-come-by ; 

Fogota in summer 
Exploits 

C. B. Railway TPO. 
Little Bay Is. (Ward's H) 
Hillview 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum. 
We-sleyville 
Placentia Bay TPO. 
Goose C, C. TPF. N, sum 

N. W. Point in wincer 
La Poile 
Trinity in winter ; 

TPO. in summer 
Curling, Summerside 
Carbonear 
Bay Bulls 
Syaniard's Bay 
Bay de Verde Railway 
Trinity 
Hillview 

Heart's Content Railway 
Fogo 

Bonne Bay 
Chaanel 
Gaultois 

Heart's Content Railway 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD. Wear the 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Isthmus Bay 


St. George . . 


Port au Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing 


Ivany's Cove 


Trinity 


Clarenville 


Jack of Clubs 


St. George . . 


Port au Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing 


Jackson's Arm 


St. Barbe . . 


Jackson's Arm; N. Coast 
TPO. in summer 


Jackson's Cove 


Twillingate 


King's Point in winter; 
N. D. Bay TPO., sum. 


Jacob's Cove, New Bay 


C( 


New Bay Head, Point 
Leamington in winter 


Jacques Fontaine .... 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


James Ce (Jamestown) 


Bonavista 


Jamestown, Bona. Ry. 


James Cove 


Harbor Main 


Conception Hr., Avondale 


Jean de Bay 


Burin 


Beaubois, P. B. TPO. 


Jenkin's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


.TpTinin (t'^ CrtTP 






Jerritt's Point 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 


Jersey Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Harbor Briton, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Jersey Side 


11 << 


Jersey Side, Plac. Ry. 


Jiaging Cove, Branch .. 


(( (< 


Placentia 


Sigging Hole 


Trinity 


Trinity 


Job's Cove 


Hay de V^erde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Job's Head 


Trinity 


Trinity 


Joe Batt's Arm 


Fogo 


Fogo; Fogota in summer 


Jones, or Sours Cove . . 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


Sohn Smith's Harbjr. . 


(C 


King's Point in winter; 
N.D.B. TPO. ir. sum. 


John's Beach 


St. George . . 


Curling 


John's Pond 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Whitbourne 


John Spencer's Cove . 


Twillingate . , 


Exploits 


Journois 


St. George . . 


St. George's, Bank Head 


JuUies Harbor 


Twillingate . . 


Leading Tickles, Point 
Leamington in winter; 
TPO. in summer 


Juniper Stump 


Port de Grave 


Brigus 


Kane's Point 


Twillingate 


Exploits 


Kate Harbor 


Bonavista 


Bonavista Ry., Seal Cove 


Keels 


(C 


Princeton in winter; 
Dundee in summer 


Kelligrews 


Harbor Main 


Kelligrews 


Kelly's Island 


cc 


C( 


Keppel Harbor, 
Port au Choix 


1 St. Barbe . . 


Cow Head ; Straits TPO. 
in summer 



Post Office Department. 



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" Tween" Hat. If it's a " Tween," it's a Fit. 



Name of Place. 



District, 



Post Town. 



Kerley's, or Careless H. 



Kettle Cove 



Kilbride 

Killick Island 

♦King's Cove 

King's Ce, now Milton, 
King's Cove 



King's Cove 

King's Harbor 
King's Point 



Kippin's Harbor 

Kippin's 

Kirby's Cove 

Kitchues 

Kite Ce (Laurenceton) 

Knife Cove /. 

Knight's Cove 

Kyer's Cove 



Ladle Cove 



Lady Cove .... 

Lady Cove, Random . . 



La Hune Bay 

Lahey's Cove 
Lake's Beach 
Lake's Brook 
Lake Cove 
Lakeview 

Lally Cove 



Lancaster (Lance Cove 

*Lamaline 

LaManche 



Lamble's Passage . . 
Lance Cove (Lancaster) 

Lance Cove 

Lance Cove, near Ren 

contre 

Lance Cove 



Trinity 

Bay de Verde 
Twilliugate . . 
St. John's West 
Twillingate . . 
rJonavista 
Trinity 
Twillingate . . 

St. Barbe . . 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 
Twillingate . . 

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

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

Fogo 

Twillingate 
Trinity 

Burgeo and LaPoile . , 

St. George . . 

Fortune 

Burgeo and LaPoile . 

Fortune 

Harbor Main .. 

Fortune 

Bonavista 

Burin 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Bonavista 



Bonaventure TPO. sum. 

Trinity in winter 
Bay de Verde Railway 
Twillingate 
Kilbrid«», 
Exploits 
King's Cove 
George's Brook 
Jackson's Cove, TPO. in 

sum; King's Point win. 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum, 
Burgeo 
King's Point, N. D. Bay 

TPO. in summer 
P. Bay TPO., Baine Hr. 
Stephenville Crossing 
Burin 
Avondale 

Botwood, TPO. in sum. 
Burgeo 
King's Cove 
Exploits 

Fogota in summer; 
Fredericton in winter 

Trinity Bay TPO. 

Clarenville in winter 
Cape La Hune 
Curling 



Lance Cove, Bell Island 



Burgeo and LaPoile 
Harbor Main 

St. John's East 



Channel 
Fortune 
Chapel's Cove, C. B. 

Railway — A. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
Bonavista 
Lamaline 

Tor's Cove, Trepassey Ry. 
La Manche 
Gaultois 
Bonavista 
Greenspond 

Rencontre, per Glencoe 
C. B. Railway TPO. 

Bell Island 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Pianola 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Lance Ce, Point Lance. 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia 


Lance Ce, Brownedale. 


Trinity 


Heart's Content 


Lance He, Smith's Sd. . 


(( 


Britannia, Trinity Bay 
TPO. 


Langdown Cove 


Twillingate . . 


King's Pt, Jackson's Ce, 
N. D. Bay TPO. sum. 


Lang de Cerf 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


L'ause a Barque 


Burin 


Lawn, Plac. Bay TPO. 


L'anse L'eau 


(( 


Burin 


L'anse au Maree, or 






L'anse Maria 


St. Barbe . . 


Griguet, C. TPO. N. sum. 


L'anse au Medee, or 






L'anse a Meadow . . 


(C 


(( 


L'anse au Loup 


Burin 


Burin 


LaPlante 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


La Poile 


*LaPoile 


[( (C 


(. 


L'Argent's Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo 


*Lark Harbor 


St. George 


Curling 


LaScie 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove, N. Coastal 
TPO. in summer 


Lawn, or L'ane 


Burin 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Lawrence Harbor, or 
Laurenceton 


1 Twillingate . . 


Botwood, N. D. Bay 
TPO. in summer. 


Lead Cove 


Trinity 


Heart's Content 


Leading Tickles 


Twillingate . . 


Point Leamington in win; 
N.D. Bay TPO. in sum. 


Lear's Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia 


Lee Bight (Adeytown). 


Trinity 


Hillview 


Lethbridge (Brooklyn). 


Bonavista 


Bonavista Railway TPO. 


*Lewisporte 


Twillingate . . 


Lewisporte 


Lion's Den 


Bonavista 


Salvage, B.B. TPO. sum. 


cc 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Little Barrow 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Little Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Harbor Briton, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


(( 


Burin 


Gaukois, Fjr. Bay TPO. 


" East 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO, 


" West 


a 


La Poile 


" Her. Bay . . 


(C 


Fortune Bay TPO. 


Little Bay, or Baie 
Verte, 


|st. Barbe 


Baie Verte, N. Coast; 
TPO. in summer 


*Little Bay 


Twillingate 


Little Bay 


*Little Bay Island 


<( 


Little Bay Islands 


Little Bell Isle 


Harbor Main 


Manuels 


Little Cat Arm 


St. Barbe 


Jackson's Arm, White B. 
N. Coast TPO. in sum. 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Little Catalina 


Trinity 




Catalina 


Little Chance Harber.. 


Twillingate . . 




Mortons Harbor 


Little Codroy River . . 


St. George . . 




Railway TPO. 


Little Colinet Island . . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


St. Joseph's 


Little Coney Arm 


St. Barbe . . 




Jackson's Arm, White B. 
N. Coast TPO. sum. 


Little Denier 


Bonavista 




Salvage 


Little Fogo Islands . . 


Fogo 




Fogo 


Little French Ueach . . 


Twillingate 




Twillingate 


Little Harbor 


Bonavista 




Salvage, B. B. TPO. 


cc 


Burgeo and La 


Poile !." 


La Poile 


c< 


Fortune 


•• 


Belleorara, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO, 


(( 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Salmonier 


<c 


c< cc 


Oderin, Flac. Bay TPO. 


<c 


cc c 


c 


Harbor Butfett, Placentia 
Bay TPO. 


Little Harbor and 








Batteau Cove 


St. George . . 




Bay of Islands 


Little Harbor Deep . . 


St. Barbe .. 




N. 'Coast TPO. in sum. 
Englee in winter 


Little Heart's Ease . . 


Trinity 




Hill view 


Little Lawn, or L'ane.. 
Little Merasheen 


Burin 
Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


1 Placentia Bay TPO. 


Little Mortier 


Burin 




Marystown 


Little Northern Harbor 


Twillingate . 




Exploits 


Little Paradise 


Placentia Si St. 


Mary's. 


Paradise, Pla. Bay TPO. 


Little Passage . . 


Fortune 




Gaultois 


Little Placentia 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Argentia, P. B. Ry. TPO. 


Little Port 


St. George . . 




Bay of Islands 


Little Reach 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Little Ridge 


Trinity 




Dildo, H. C. Railway 


Little River (Grey Riv.) 


Burgeo and La 


Poile '. '. 


Ramea 


Little River 


Fortune 




Gaultois 


Little Seldom-come-by. 


Fogo 




Seldom-come-by 


Little Springs 


St. Barbe 




St. Julien's, N. E. Coast 
TPO. 


Little St. Joseph's . . 


Placentia & St 


Mary's 


Oderin, Plac. Bay TPO. 


Little St. Lawrence . . 


Burin 




St. Lawrence 


Little Ward's Harbor .. 


Twillingate . . 




Little Bay, N.D.B. TPO. 


Liverpool Cove 


St. George . . 




Curling 


Lobster Cove 


St. Barbe 




Bonne Bay 


<c 


Fortune 




Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Lobster Harbor 


St. Barbe . . 




Coachman s Cove;. Bale 
Verte in winter; N. E. 
Coast TPO, 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Trimmed 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Lock's Harbor 


Twillingate . . 


■• 


Leading Tickles, Point 
Leamington in winter; 
N.D.B. TPO. in sum. 


Lock's Cove 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Reacontre, TFO. West 


<( 


Fogo 




Fogo 


c< 


St. Barbe 




Goose Cove in summer; 
N.W. Point in M'inter 


Lockston, N.W. Arm.. 


Trinity 




Trinity 


Lodges 


<( 




Dildo, H. C. Railway 


Logy Bay 


St. John's East 




King's Bridge 


Log Cabin 


St. George . . 




Railway TPO. 


Long Beach 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey 


( 


Trinity 




Hill view 


Long Beach Pond .... 


Port de Grave 




Port de Grave 


Long Cove (Loreburns). 


Trinity 




Hillview 


<< 


<c 




Norman's Cove, via Ry. 


(< 


St. George . . 




Bay of Islands 


Clode Sound 


Ron&vista 




Port Blaudford 


Long Harbor 


Fortune 




Belleoram.Bay L' Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


t( 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Long flar., By. TPO. 


(( 


Trinity 




P>ritannia, Shoal Harbor, 
TPO. in summer. 


Long Island 


Bonavista 




Salvage; TPO in sum. 


(( 


Placeatia & St 


Mary's 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


(( 


Twilliugate . . 




Pilley's Isld, Ward's Ht. 


(( 


ft 




Exploits 


Long Point 


t{ 




Twillingate 


Long Pt, Port au Port . 


St. George . . 




Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port 


Long Pond 


Harbor Main 




Manuels 


Long Tickle 


Twillingate . . 




Little Bay Island 


Loo Bay 


St. Barbe 




Griguet, N. E. C. TPO. 


Loon Bay 


Twillingate . . 




Campbellton, N. D. Bay 
Railway TPO. 


Loon Cove 


Bonavista 




Greenspond 


Loon's Cove 


Burin 




St. Lawrence 


Lord's Cove 


tt 




Lamaline, Plac. B. TPO. 


Loreburns (Long Cove, 








S. W. Arm • 


Trinity 




Hilhiew 


Lories » 


Burin 




Lamaline, Plac. B. TPO. 


Lower Cove, Clode Sd.. 


Bonavista 




Port Blandford 


Lower Amherst Cove. . 


tt 




Bonavista 


Lower Bacon Cove 


Harbor Main 




Conception Hr.,Avondale 


Lower Cove 


St. George . . 




Port au Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing 


Lower Burgeo 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 1 


Burgeo 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Lower Dark Cove 


Bonavista 


Gambo 


Lower Gullies 


Harbor Main 


Kelligrews 


Lower Harbor 


Twillingate .. 


Exploits 


Lower English Harbor. 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


*Lower Island Cove . . 


Ray de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Lower Rocky Brook . . 


Trinity 


George's Brook 


Lower Shoal Harbor . 


<( 


Clarenville 


Lower Small Point .... 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Lowland Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


Low Point 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Luke's Arm 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


Lunaire Bay 


St. Barbe 


Griguet, N. E. Coast 
TPO. in summer 


Lushe's Bight 


Twillingate . . 


Pilley's Island in winter; 
N.D.Bay TPO. in sum. 


Mack's Island 


C( 


Little Bay Island 


Madox Cove 


St. John's West 


Petty Harbor 


Magotty Cove 


Trinity 


■Britannia, TPO. in sum. 


MagoUy Ce, Sound Is.. 


Placentia & St, Mary's 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Mahony's Cove 


li ti 


Valen Id, Plac. B. TPO. 


Mainland 


St. George . . 


Port au Port, Stephen- 
ville Crossing 


Main River Gut 


(< 


TPO. Railway 


Maiden's Arm 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony 


Mai Bay 


IC 


Bonne Bay 


Mall Bay 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


St. Mary's, Riverhead 


Man o' \\'ar Cove .... 


St. George . . 


Port au Port, S. Crossing 


Man Point 


Bonavista 


Gander Bay, Fogota sum. 


Mansfield Bight 


Twillingate . . 


Tilt Cove 


Manuel's 


Harbor Main 


Manuels 


Manuel's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Tv.-illingate 


Marchese Point 


St. George . . 


Port au Port, S. Crossing 


Margaree 


Burgee and La Poile . . 


Channel 


Marquise 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia Railway 


Marshall's Folly 


Bay de V'erde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Marshallville 


Twillingate . . 


Lewisporte 


Martieott 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Paradise, Plac. B^y TPO. 


Martin's Point 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay 


*Marystown 


Burin 


Marystown, via Argyle, 
Glencoe Sand Portia 


Mauve Bay, Noddy B.. 


St. Barbe 


Grignet, N. E. C. TPO. 


May Poud, Point May. 


Burin 


Lamaline 


McCallum Bay 


Fortune 


Pushthrough 


Mclver's 


St, George . . 


Bay of Islands (Curling) 


Meadows 


ii 


(t i( 


Melrose, Ragged Har. 


Trinity 


Catalina 


Menchin's Cove, New- 






man's Sound 


Bonavista 


Salvage 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD.. for 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Merasheen 

Mercer's Cove 

Mercer's Cove 

Merchant's Cove 

Merritt's Harbor 

Merry Harbor 

Messervey's Cove 

Michael's Harbor 

Mick's Cove 

Middle Arm 

Middle Arm 

Middle Arm, Green B.. 

Middle A., Three Arms 

Middle Arm, Rocky B. 

Middle Barachoix Brk. 

Middle Bight (Codner). 

Middle Bill Cove 

Middle Brook 

Middle Cove 

Middle Cove 

Milkboy Cove 

Millertown 

Millertown Junction . 

Miller's Passage 

Millerstown 

Million's Co\ e 

Mill Cove 

Mill Island 

Milton {King's Cove).. 
Ming's Bight 

Mint Brook 
Mint Cove, near 
Castor's River, 

Mistaken Cove 

Mobile 

Mock Beggar 

Molliers 

Monctoa 

Monroe (Upper and 
Middle Roiky Brook 



Placentia & St. Mary's 

Harbor Grace 

Burgee and LaPoile . . 

F'ortune 

Twillingate . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George 



Twillingate 

Burin 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 



Fogo 

St. George . 

Harbor Main . 
Bonavista 



St. John's East 
Twillingate 



Fortune 

St. John's East 

St. f?arbe 

St. George 

Twillingate 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Bonavista 
[ St. Barbe 

Ferryland 

Bonavista 
Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Trinity 



Placentia Bay TFO. 

Bay Roberts 

Burgeo 

Harbor Briton 

Herrijg Neck 

Tack's Beach, Placentia 

Bay TPO. 
Port au Port, S. Crossing 

Lewisporte, N. D. Bay 

TPO. in summer 
Lamaline 
Curling 
Glovertown 
King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. TPO. in sum. 
Little Bay in winter; 

N.D.B. 'TPO. in sum. 
Fredericton in winter; 

F'ogota in summer 
Robinson's Head; N. E. 

Coast Railway 
Kelligrews 
Wesleyville 
Cambo 
Bonavista 
King's Bridge 
Little Bay Island 
Railway TPO. 

Fortune Bay TPO.| 
King's Bridge 
Conche; N.E.C. TPO. 
Bay of Islands 
Springdale, N.D.B. TPO. 
George's Brook 
Bale Verte; N. E. Coast 

TPO. in summer 
Gambo 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum. 
Flower's Cove 
Mobile, Trepassey 

Railway TPO. 
Bonavista 
Grand Bank 

Placentia Bay TPO. 
George's Brook. 



Post Office Department. 



12*? 



Dress Goods and Accessories. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Montgomery 


St. Barbe 


Channel 


Mooney'=i Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Harbor Buffett, Plac. 
Bay TPO. 


Moore's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Fortune Har., New Bay 


Morgan Island 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Burgeo 


Mortier 


Burin 


Placentia Bay TPO. and 
s.s. Portia 


Moreton's Harbor 


Twillingate . . 


Morton's Harbor 


Morts, Deadman's Bay. 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 


Mose Ambrose 


Fortune 


St. Jacques, Fortune Bay 
TPO. 


Mother Hicks 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Joseph's. 


Mother Lake Bay .... 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Channel 


Mouse Island 


t( tt 


C( 


Mud Cove 


Burin 


Burin, Epworth 


Muddy Brook 


Trinity 


Bonavista 


Muddy Hole West 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Richard's Harbor, 
C. TPO. West 


Muddy Hole 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor 


Muddy Hole 


Twillingate . . 


Exploits 


Mulley's Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Mull Face Bay 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Rose Blanche 


*Musgrave Harbor 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor 


*Musgravetown 


Bonavista 


B. B. Railway in winter; 
TPO. in summer 


Mosquito and Muddy 
Hole, 


1 Burgeo & La Poile < 


Richard's Harbor, 
C. TPO. West. 


Musquito Harbor, near 






Ramea 


" " 


Ramea 


Musquito Cove 


Burin 


Burin 


Musquito 


Carbonear 


C. B. Railway — A. 


Musquito 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Joseph's 


Mussel Harbor Arm . . 


t( 6t 


Placentia Bay TPO.; 
Harbor Butiett 


Mussel Pond 


" " 


St. Joseph's 


Mutton Bay 


" " 


Trepassey 


Mumper's Island 


Twillingate . . 


Exploits 


Naked Man 


i< 


Jackson's Cove; TPO. 
in summer 


Nameless Cove 


St. Barbe . . 


Flower's Cove 


Narrows 


Burin 


Buriu 


Neck Harbor 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Rose Blanche 


New Bay, New B. Head 


Twillingate 


Pt Leamington in wiu.: 




N.D.B. TPO. in sum. 


New Bonaventure 


Trinity 


Trinity in winter; 
TPO. in summer 


New Bridge 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Holyrood 


New Burnt Cove 


Trinity 


George's Brook 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Carpets, 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Nfiw Cut Room 


Trinity 


Port Rexton, B. Bay Ry. 


Newell's Island 


Bonavista 


Green spond 


Newells Brook 


(( 






New Ferole 


St. Barbe '.'. .'. 


Cow Head; TPO. in sum. 


New Har. (Newport) . . 


I i 


Greenspond, Sham bier's 
Ce; B.B. Ry. TPO. sum 


New Harbor, near 




Rencontre, per Glencoe 


Rencontre, 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Belleoram, Bay L'Argeut, 


New Harbor 


Fortune 


Fortune Bay TPO. 
Griguet; N. E. C. TPO. 


Norton (New Harbor).. 


St. iJarbe 


New Harbor, H. C. Ry. 


*New Harbor 


Trinity 


Lewisporte 


New Head (New Har.). 


Twillingnte . . 


Newman's Cove, B. Bay 


Newman's Harbor .... 


Bonavista 


Salvage. 


Newman's Sound .... 


ii 


C( 


New Melbourne, 






(Russell's Cove) 


Trinity 


Heart's Content 


New Perlican 


(( 


tt 


Newport (New Harbor) 


Bonavista 


Greensp'd, Shambler's Ce 


New Chelsea, Seal Cove 


Trinity 


H. Content, B. B. TPO. 


Newtown 


Bonavista 


Wesleyville; Fogota sum. 


Newtown 


Harbor Main 


Holy rood 


New World Island 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate & Her. Xeck 


Nick's Nose, near 


{ '■ ■■ ! 


King's Point in winter; 


Jackson's Cove .... 


N.D. Bay TPO. in sum. 


Nimrod 


(( 


Leading Tickles 


>*Nipper's Harbor, 




Nipper's Harbor 


Noble Cove 


cc 


if 


Noddy, or Mauve Bay.. 


St. Barbe 


Griguet, Quirp m; Coastal 
TPO. North in summer 


Noggin Cove 


Fogo 


Fredericton in winter; 
Fogota in summer 


Nonsuch 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Oderin. Plac. Ry. TPO. 


Norman's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Lock's Cove in winter; 
TPO. ii. summer 


Norman's Cove 


Trinity 


Railway TPO. 


*Norris' Arm 


Twillingate 


Norris' Arm 


Norris' Point 


St. Barbe . . 


Bonne Bay 


North Arm 


St. George . . 


Curling 


Northern Arm 


Twillingate . . 


Botwood 


Northern Bay 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Northern Bight 


Trinity . . 


Hill view 


Northern End 


Fogo 


Change Islands 


Northern Harbor 


Twillingate . . 


Exploits 


Northern Harbor 


4( 


Little Bay Island 
Whitbourne 


North Har., St. Mary's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


North-^Har., Sound Id.. 


a St 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


North River 


Port de Grave 


C. B. Railway 


N. W. Arm, Alex. Bay 


Bonavista 


Glovertown 



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Linoleums and Floor Canvas. 



Name of Place, 


District. 


Post Town. 


N. W. Arm, Clode Sd.. 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford 


N. W. Arm, Rocky Bay 


Fogo 


Fredericton in winter; 
Fogota in summer 


*N.W. Arm, Green Bay 


\ Twillingate . . j 


N. W. Arm, TPO. sum. 


now Burlington, 


King's Point in winter 


North West Brook 


Trinity 


Hillview 


t( i( 


Bonavista 


Glovertown 


North West Cove 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


La Poile 


N. W. Point, Hare Bay 


St. Barbe 


Goose Cove in summer; 
Lock's Cove in winter 


Norton's Cove, now 






Brookfield 


Bonavista 


Wesleyville 


Nuddick 


Trinity 


Trinity 


Nut Cove 


cc 


Clarenville 


Oar Bay, Cape LaHune 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


C. TPO. West 


Oar Cove 


(C (( 


Burgeo 


Ochre Pit Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Oderin (Audierne) 


Plaeentia & St. Mary's 


Plaeentia Bay TPO. 


Oifer Wadhams 


Fogo 


Musgrave Hr. in winter; 
Fogota in summer 


Old Bonaventure 


Trinity 


Trinity; TPO. in summer 


Old Ferole 


St. Barbe 


TPO. in summer. 
Cow Head in winter, 


Old House Cove 

Old Man Bay 


<( 




Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Ramea 


*01d Perliean 


Bay de Verde 


Hay de Verde Railway 


Old Port au Choix .... 


St. Barbe . . 


Cow Head; TPO. in sum. 


Old Shop 


Trinity 


H. C. Railway 


Old Tilt 


<' 


George's Brook 


Old Woman's Cove . . 


Fortune 


Lally Cove, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Oliver's Cove 


Plaeentia & St. Mary's 


Valen Id, Plac. B. TPO. 


a 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Onion Cove 


St. Barbe 


Griguet; N.E.C. TPO. 


O'Regan 


St. George . . 


TPO. Railway 


Open Bay 


Bonavista 


Flower's Cove 


Open Hall 


(C 


Princeton, Bonavista Ry. 


Orange Bay, or Great 
Harbor Deep, 


[ St. Barbe . . | 


Englee !•. win; N. Coastal 
TPO. in summer 


Osmonton (New Bay). . 


Tvvillingate 


Leading Tickles, N.D.P. 

TPO. 
Bay de Verde Railway 


Otterbury 


Bay de V^erde 


(< 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


(C 


Port de Grave 


Bay Roberts 


Otter Island 


Twillingate . . 


Little Bay 


Otter's Point 


Burgeo and LaPoile , . 


Grand Bruit 



N 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD. The House that Does Things. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Otter's Point 


Trinity 


Britannia, TPO. in sum. 


Ouiuette 


Twillingate . . 


KaUway TPO. 


Outer Cove 


St. John's East 


Outer Cove 


Outer Piachard's Island 


Bonavista 


VVesleyville 


Our Harbor 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Burgeo 


Pacquet 


St. Barbe .. 


Tilt Cove; N. Coastal 
TPO. in summer 


Paddle Cove, near 






Cape LaHune 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Coastal TPO. West; 


Paine's Harbor 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Paradise 


Placentia & St. Mary s 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


(( 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


(C 


Harbor Main 


Topsail Road 


Pardy's Island 


Burin 


Burin 


Parker's River 


St. Barbe 


Griguet; N.E.C. TPO. 


Parker's Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Baine Hr., Plac. B. TPO. 


Park Harbor 


Bonavista 


Salvage, TPO. in sum. 


Parson's Pond 


St. rfarbe 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum. 


Passenger Cove 


Trinity 


Clarenville 


Pass Island 


Fortune 


Pass Island, S.C. TPO. 


Path End 


Burin 


Burin, North 


Pat Power's Cove 


Twillingate . . ' . . 


Little Bay North 


Patrick Cove, C. Shore. 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia 


Patrick's Harbor 


Fortune 


Gaultois 


Pat's Cove 


Burin 


Burin 


Paul's Island 


Bonavista 


Greenspond 


Peach's Cove 


Trinity 


Catmlina 


Pearce's Harbor 


Twillingate . . 


Moreton's Harbor 


Pearl Island 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands 


Peas Cove 






Trinity 


Bonavista Bay Railway 


Pickford Id, Wadhams. 


Fogo 


Musgrave Hr. in winter; 
Fogota in summer 


Petley, Lance Cove, 


} Trinity . . j 


Clarenville in winter; "^ 


Smith's Sound, 


Trinity Bay TPO. sum. 


Peltry 


Fortune 


Bay L'Argent, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Pendergast Cove 


St. Barbe .. 


Coachman's Cove; N. E. 
Coast TPO. in sum. 


Penguin Island 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor 


Perlican Island 


Trinity 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Perry's Cove 


Bay de Verde 


<< <t 


Peter's Arm 


Twillingate . . 


Botwood 


Peter's Cove 


Bonavista 


Port Blandford, N. N. 
and W. Railway 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD. General Importers. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Peter's River 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's 


Peter's Valley 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands 


Petipas Cove 


(C 


(C 


Petites Ilettes 


St. Barbe . . 


Conche; N.E.C. TPO. 


■-^-^ 




in summer. 


Petites 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Rose Blanche 


Petit Fort 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Petries 


St. George . . 


Curling, N.N. & W. Ry. 


Petty Harbor 


St. John's West 


Petty Harbor 


Philip's Head 


Twillingate . . 


Botwood 


Piccadilly 


St. George . . 


S. Crossing, Port au Port 


Piccaive 


Fortune 


Gaultois 


Pick Eyes 


Port de Grave 


Port de Grave 


Pigeon Arm 


St. Barbe 


Englee; N.E.C. TPO. s. 


Pigeon Cove 


C( 


Flower's Cove 


Pelier Bay 


<( 


Conche; N.E.C. TPO s. 


*Pilley's Island 


Twillingate . . 


Pilley's Island 


Pilley's Cove 


ii 


(' 


Pike's Arm 


(< 


Herring Neck 


Pincliard's Island .... 


Bonavista 


VVesleyville 


Pincher's Islands, 1 
Ragged Islands, S 


Placeatia & St. Mary's. 


) Tack's Beach, Plac. B. 
\ TPO. 


Pinch Gut 


t( (( 


Famish Cove, TPO. Ry. 


Piach Gut Tickles .... 


(c ec 


Colinet, via Whitbourne. 


Pine Cove 


St. Barbe . . 


Flower's Cove 


Piper's Hole 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Black River, F.B. TPO. 


Pistolei Bay 


St. Barbe 


Griguet; N.E.C. TPO. 
in summer. 


Pitt's Harbor 


Trinity 


Hillview 


*P]acentia 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia 


Placentiaman's Cove, 






Sound Island 


CC (( 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Plate Cove 


Bouavista 


Princeton Ry, s.s. Dundee 


Plate Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Pleasant Cove 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands 


Point au Gaul 


Burin 


Lamaline 


Point Crew 


<c 


C( 


Point Enragee 


Fortune 


Belleoram, For. B. TPO. 


Point LaHaye 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's 


Point Lance 


" " . . 


Placentia 


Point Leamington 


Twillingate . . 


Point Leamington, 
N.D.B. TPO. in sum. 


Point May 


Burin . . 


Lamaline 


Point Moil 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Argentia, Placentia Ry. 


Point Rich 


St. Barbe . . 


Cow Head ij winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum, 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Estey Pianos 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Point Rosie 


Fortune 




Belleoram, For. B. TPO. 


n 


St. George . . 


, , 


Searston 


Point Verde 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia 


Pond Cove 


St. Barbe . . 


, , 


Flower's Cove 


Pool's Cove 


Fortune 




Belleoram, BayL'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


♦Pool's Id, Pool's Har. 


Bonavista 


, , 


Pool's Island 


Pope's Harbor 


Trinity 




British Har., Trin. Bay, 
TPO. in summer 


Pore Anson, Newtown . 


Twillingate . . 


•• 


Pilley'sld, N.D.B. TPO. 


Port au Basque 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Railway TPO. 


Port au Bras 


Burin 




Burin (North.) 


Port au Choix 


St. Barbe 




Cow Head; TPO. in sum. 


Port au Port (Gravels). 


St. George . . 




S. Crossing, Port au Port 


Port Blaudford, Clode 








Sound 


Bonavista 




Port Blandford 


Port de Grave 


Port de Grave 




Pore de Grave 


Port Rextou, Ship Cove 








and Robin Hood .... 


Trinity 




Bonavista Ry TPO. 


Portland Creek, Port 
Saunders, 


jst. Barbe 




Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum. 


Portugal Cove 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Portugal Cove, Trepassey 


(C 


St. John's East 




Portugal Cove 


*Pouoh Cove 


<< 




Ponch Cove 


Pound Cove 


Bonavista 




Wesleyville 


Powles Head 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Trepassey 


Presque 


'1 <( 




Presque, Plac. Bay TPO. 


Priveccoeur 


tt C( 




t( a 


Princeton, Seal Cove . . 


Bonavista 




Princeton 


Prowseton, Selby's Ce . 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Protestant Town 


St. John's East 




Portugal Cove 


Pudding Bag Cove .... 


Bonavista 




Pool's Island 


Putlin Island 


(I 




Greenspond 


Pumbley's Island 


St. Barbe 




Westport, VV.B.; N C. 
TPO. in summer. 


Pump Cove 


Burin 




Lamaline 


Puncheon Cove 


Fogo 




Change Islands. 


Purbeck Cove 


St. Uarbe 




Westport, W.B.; N. C. 
TPO. in summer 


Purcell's Harbor 


Twillingate . 




Twillingate 


*Pushthrough 


Fortune 




Pushthrough, Fortune 
Bay TPO. 


Pyramid Point 


St. Barbe . . 




Griguet; N.E.C. TPO. 
in summer 


Queen's Cove 


Trinity 




Hiilview 


Quidi Vidi 


St. John's East 




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


Quillier 


Fortune . , 




Pushthrough 



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built by Piano experts ; used by Pianist Experts. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Quint jn's Cove, Long I. 


Twillingate 


Ward's Harbor; N. D. 
Bay TPO. 


QuirpoQ, Great & Little 


St. Barbe . . 


Griguet in winter; 
N.E.C. TPO. in sum. 


Ragged Harbor, now 






Melrose 


Trinity 


Catalina 


Ragged Harbor 


Fogo 


Musgrave Harbor; 
Fogota in summer 


Ragged Islands 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Tack's Beach, Placentia 
Bay TPO. 


Raleigh, Ha Ha 


St. Baibe 


Griguet, N.E. Coast TPO. 
in summer 


*Ramea 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Ramea 


Ram's Island (lona) . . 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Raadell's Cove, Pilley's 






Island 


Twlilingate .. 


Pilley's Island 


Random Harbor 


Trinity 


Hickman's Harbor; 
TPO. in summer 


Rantem 


St. Barbe 


Railway TPO. 
Griguet, N.E.C. TPO. 


Rat Cove, Ha Ha Bay. 


Rattliug Brook, 




in summer 


(Heatherton) 


St, George . . 


Railway TPO. 


Rattling Brook 


Bonavista 


King's Point, N. D. Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Raymond's Point 


Fortune 


Gaultois 


Red Brook and Middle 






Brook 


St. George . . 


Robinson's Hd; Ry. TPO. 


Red Cliii' Island 


Bonavista 


Open Hall, Princeton; 
Bonavista Bay Railway 


Red Cove 


Fortune 


Placentia 


Red Cove, near Branch 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Harbor Briton 


Red Harbor 


Burin 


Flat Ids, < lac. Bay TPO. 


Red Head Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de A'erde Railway 


Red Island 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Burgeo 


*Red Island 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia Bay TPO 


Regina (Mother Hicks) 


(( a 


St. Joseph's 


Red Island 


St. George . . 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port 


Red Lands 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Red Rocks 


St. George . . 


Railway TPO. 


Red Rod Cove 


Fogo 


Change Islands 


Rencontre 


Fortune 


Belleoram, Hay L' Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 


Rencontre 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


s. s. Glencoe. 


Renews 


Ferryland 


Trepassey Railway 


Richard's Harbor .... 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Richard's Hr., per Portia 


Rider's Harbor 


Trinity 


Clareaville 


Rip Rap 


Port de Grave 


Brigus 



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Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



River Blanche 

Riverhead, Bay of Ids. 
Riverhead, St. Mary's 
Riverhead, Span. Bay., 

Rivei Cove 

Rivers, Cape La Hun« 
River of Ponds 

Rix Cove 

Robbia's Cove 

Robert's Arm 

Robin Hood 

Robinson's Bight 

*Robinson's Head . . . . 
Roche, or Rocky Har... 

Rock Harbor 

Rocky Bay 

Rocky Bay, Alex. Bay. 
Rocky Harbor 

Rocky Brook 

Rogue's Harbor 

Rolling Ce, Stock Cove 

Rope Cove 

Rose au Rue 

*Rose Blanche 

Roundabout 

Round Cove , 

Round Harbor 

(( 

(C 

ec 

Rowsell's Ce, New Bay 

Rushoon 

Russell's Cove (New 

Melbourne 

Russell's Ce, Smith's Sd 
Ryles Barachoix 

Sacred Bay 

Saddle Island 

Safe Harbor 



St. George . . 

Placentia & St. 
Harbor Grace 
St. George 
Burgeo and La 
St. Barbe 

Twillingate 



Mary's. 
Poile '. ". 



Trinity 

St. George 
St. Barbe 

Burin 
Fogo 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 

Trinity 

Twillingaie 

Bonavista 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Burgeo and LaPoile . . 

Burin 

Fortune 

Burgeo and La Poile . . 
Twillingate . . 
Trinity 
Twillingate . . 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 
<t 

Fortune 

St. Barbe '. 

Fortune 
Bonavista 



Stephenville Crossing 

Humbermouth 

Riverhead 

C. B. Railway TPO. 

Bay of Islands 

Coastal TPO. West 

Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum. 
Nipper's Harbor 
Twillingate 
Pilley's Is, N.D.B. TPO. 

Port Rexton, B. B. Ry. 
Elliott's Cove 
Robinson's Hd; Ky. .TPO. 
Bonne Bay; Straits TPO. 

in summer 
Beaubois, Plac. B. TPO. 
Fredericton in winter; 

s.s. Fogota in summer 
Glovertown 
Bonne Bay; Straits 

TPO. in summer 
Hill view 
George's Brook 
Nipper's Harbor 
King's Cove 
Bay of Islands 
Placentia Bay TPO. 
Rose Blanche 
Lawn; Plac. Bay TPO. 
Gaultois, For. Bay TPO. 

Pushthrough, F. B. TPO. 

Tilt Cove, TPO. in sum. 

Hillview 

Point Leamington in win; 

TPO. in summer 
Baine Har., P. B. TPO. 

Heart's Content 
George's Brook 
Fortune Bay TPO. 

Griguet, N.E.C. TPO. 

in summer 
Pushthrough 

Sham bier's C, win; Pool's 
Id B. B. TPO. in sum 



Post Office JDepartment. 



I3fe 



Hardware, Glassware, Crockeryware 


• 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


SagODa 


Fortune 


Fortune Bay TPO. 


Sailor's Island . .... 


Bonavista 


Salvage; TPO. in sum. 


Salvage Bay 


(( 


Salvage Bay 


Sainter's Cove 


Trinity 


Boy Bulls Arm. Ry TPO. 


•St. Anthony 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony 


St. Ann's 


Harbor Main 


C.B. Railway TPO. 


cc 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Presque, Plac. Bay TPO. 


St. Barbe Bay 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum. 


St. Alban's (Ship Cove) 


Fortune 


Gaultois 


*St. Bride's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia 


St. Brendan's 


Bonavista 


Traytown in winter; 
B.B. TPO. in summer. 


St. Carols 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony 


St. Chads 


Bonavista 


Happy Adventure 


St. Genevieve 


St. Barbe 


Flower's Cove 


*St. George 


St. George 


St. George 


*St. Jacques 


Fortune 


St. Jacques, F.B. TPO. 


St. John's Bay 


cc 


(C <( 


St. John's Bay, ^ 






St. John's Harbjr, > 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head in winter ; 


St. John's Islands, j 




Straits TPO. in sum. 


*St. John's 


St. John's West 


St. John's 


•St. John's East 


St. John's East 


c( 


St. Jones' Without . . 


Trinity 


Southport, Hillview 


St Jones' V/ithin 


tt 


Hillview 


St. Joseph's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Joseph's 


(( 


tt (< 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


tt 


St Barbe . 


Bonne Bay 


St. Julien's 


i( 


Conche in win.;C. TPO. 
N. in summer. 


St. Kyran's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


*St. Lawrence 


Burin 


St. Lawrence. 


St. Leonard's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


St. Veronica's, Bay 






D'Espoir 


Fortune 


Gaultois 


St. Leonard's, or 






Lunaire Bay 


St. Barbe . . 


Griguet in win.; TPO. s. 


St. Margaret's Bay . . 


t( 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum. 


•St. Mary's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


St. Mary's 


St. Mein Bay 


St. Barbe 


St. Anthony 


St. Michael's (Caplin 






Cove) 


Ferryland 


Tor's Cove, Trepassey Ry 


St. Paul's 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO, in sum. 


St. Philip's 


St. John's West 


St. John's 


St. Shott's 


Placentia & St. Mary's- 


Trepassey 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


St. Shore's 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Trepassey 


St. Vincent, Holyrood . 


K (( 


St. Mary's 


Sally's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay 


Salmon Cove 


Bay de Verde 


C. B. Railway— B. 


Salmon Ce (Avondale).. 


Harbor Main.. 


Avondale 


Salmon Cove 


Port de Grave 


C. B. Railway — A. 


Salmon Cove, 






(Champneys) 


Trinity 


Trinity; B.B. Railway 


Salmon Cove 


cc 


Clareuville 


Salmon Cove 


Twillingnte . . 


Jackson's Ce, King's Pt 
in win.; T.P.O. In sum. 


Salmonier 


Burin 


Burin 


(( 


<( 


Lamaline 


tc 


Fortune 


Hermitage Cove 


(( 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Salmonier 


" Placentia Bay 


<( (C 


Argentia, Placentia Bay 


Salmon Point 


Fogo 


bogo 


Salt Arm 


St. Barbe 


Englee; N.E.C. TPO. 


Salt Pond 


Tvcillingate . . 


Pilley's Island 


Salt Pond 


(( 


Lewisporte; N.D. Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Salter's Cove 


Bonavista 


Brooklyn; TPO. in sum. 


Salt Harbor 


Twillingate . . 


Herring Neck 


♦Salvage 


Bonavista 


Salvage; TPO. in sum. 


Salvage Bay, Brighton. 


ii 


Happy Adventure; 
TPO. in summer 


Sam Hitches 


Fortune 


Gaultois 


Sam's Cove 


Twillingate . : 


Moreton's Harbor 


Samson's Island 


i t 


Exploits 


Samson (Flat Island). . 


Bonavista 


Tray town; Bonavista Bay 
TrO. in summer, 


Sandy Bay 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay 


Sandy Cove 


Bonavista 


Salvage Bay; Happy Adv. 


Sandy Cove 


Burin 


Lamaline 


Sandy (!ove 


Port de Grave 


Bay Roberts 


Sandy Cove 


Fogo 


F'ogo 


Sandy Harbor 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Chambers, Plac. B. TPO. 


Sandy Lake 


St. George , . 


Railway TPO. 


Sandy Point 


it 


St. George 


Sandford, or Hooping 






Harbor 


St. Barbe 


Englee; N.E.C. TPO. s. 


Sargent's Cove 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Saiilt Cove 


St. Barbe 


Englee, Great Hr. Deep, 
N.E.C. TPO. sum. 


Sannder's Cove 


Bonavista 


Glovertown 


Savage Cove 


St. Barbe . . 


Flower's Cove 


Sconce Harbor 


Fortune 


Belleoram 


Schooner Island 


St. Barbe . . 


Griguet; N.E.C. TPO. s. 



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Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods, Pictures. 



Name of Place. 



District. 



Post Town. 



Sceviour's Island 

Scilly Cove (Winterton) 

Scissor's Cove 

Scouse Cove 

Seal Bay 



Seal Cove (Princeton) . 



New Chelsea 



Twillingate 

Trinity 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Twillingate 



Bonavista 
Fortune 
Harbor Main 
Trinity 
Ferryland 



Cat Harbor.. 



White Bay . 



Sealing Bight 
Seal Islands 
Seal Rocks 
Searstoa 
Selby's Cove 
*Seldom-come-by 
Sergeant's Cove . 
iSerpentine River. 
Secostris Bay 
Shallop Cove 

Shalloway Cove . 



Fogo 



St. Barbe 



Shallow Bay, near 

Cow Harbor, 
Shambler's Cove . . 



Shandy Cove 
Ship Cove 

" Oderin 



Port Rexton. 



" Bay D'Espoir 
Ship Harbor 

Ship Island 



Twillingate . . 
Burgeo and La Poile 
St, George . . 

Trinity 
Fogo 

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

j St. Barbe 
Bonavista 

Burin 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Trinity 

Port de Grave 

St. Barbe 

St. George . . 

Twillingate . . 

Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Bonavista 



Lewisporte 

Heart's Content 

Lewisporte 

Gaultois 

Leading Tickles; Point 

Leamington in winter; 

N. D. Bay TPO. sum. 
Bonavista Railway 
Hermitage Cove 
C. R. Railway TPO. 
Heart's Content 
Tor's Cove, TrepasseyiRy. 
Renews, " 

Change Islands 
Fogo 
Wesleyville; Fogota sum. 

Flower's Cove 

Bonne Bay 

Bale Verte in winter; 

N. Coastal TPO. sum. 
Exploits 
Rose Blanche 
St. George 
Little Codroy 
Heart's Content 
Seldom-come-by 
Exploits 
Bay of Islands. 



Greenspond 

St. George's 

St. Brendan's; TPO. in 

summer 
Bonne Bay in winter; 

Straits TPO. in sum. 
Shambler's Cove in win; 

B. B. TPO. in summer 
Burin 

Placentia Bay TPO. 

B. B. Railway 

Port de Grave, C. B. Ry. 

Griguet; N. E. C. TPO. 

Fort au Port, S. Crossing 

Exploits 

Gaultois, For. Bay TPO. 

Placentia Bay TPO. 

Greenspond 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Ship Island 


Ferryland 




Tor's Cove, Trepassey Ry 


Shoal Bay 


Twillingate . . 




Little Bay 


(C 


Fogo 




Fogo 


{( 


Bonavista 




Hare Bay 


Shoal Brook 


St. Barbe . . 




Bonne Bay 


Shoal Gove, Cottel's Id. 


Bonavista 




St. Brendan's; Tl'O. sum. 


<c 


Twillingate . . 




Fortune Harbor 


(< 


St. Barbe 




Flower's Cove 


*Shoal Harbor 


Trinity 




Shoal Harbor 


Shoe Cove 


Twillingate . . 




Tilt Cove; TPO. in sum. 


<c 


Bonavista 




Greenspond 


If 


Ferryland 




Renews; Trepassey Ry. 


<< 


St. John's East 




Pouch Cove 


Sibley's Cove (Selby's). 


Trinity 




Heart's Content 


'• Civil East 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Chambers; P. B. TPO. s. 


Skibhereea 


Harbor Main 




Harbor Main 


Skimmer's Cove 


Trinity 




Britannia; TPO. in sum. 


Silver Fox Island .... 


Bonavista 




Fair Id, Hare Bay, win. 
Bonavista Bay TPO. 


Silver Point ...... 


St. Barbe . 




Bonne Bay 


Silverton 


(( 




a 


Skinner's Harbor 


Fogo 




Change Islands 


Slaughter Cove 


St. Barbe 




Coachman's Cove; 
Bale Verte in winter. 


Sleepy Cove 


Twillingate . . 




Twillingate 


Sloop's Run 

Small Point (Upper 














and Lower 


Bay do Verde 




Bay de Verde Railway 


Small's 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Burgeo 


Smith's Harbor (John). 


Twillingate . . 


•• 


King's Point in winter; 
N. D. B. TPO. in sum. 


Smokey Run 


Bonavista 


. . 


Salvage 


Smooth Cove 


Bay de Verde 


, , 


Bay de Verde Railway 


Snelling Cove 


Twillingate . . 




Twillingate 


Snook's Arm 


( ( 




Tilt Cove; TPO. in sum. 


Snook's Harbor 


Trinity 


, , 


Clarenville 


a 


Fortune 




Belleoram 


Soutnport, Fox Harbor 


Trinity 




Hillview; Trinity Bay 
TPO. in summer 


Somerset 


a 




George's Brook 


Sop's Arm 


Twillingate . . 




Pilley-s Island; N.D. Bay 






< 


TPO. in summer 


Sop s Arm and Island. . 


St. Barbe 




Westport, W. B., TPO. s. 


*Sonnd Island 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


South Dildo 


Trinity 




Heart's Content Railway 
Paradise, Plac. Bay TPO. 
Hillview 


South East Bight 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


Southern Bight , 


Trinity 




Southern End 


Fogo 




Change Islands 


Southern Harbor 


Placentia & St. 


Mary's. 


La Manche 



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Sporting and Camping Goods. 



Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


Southport 


Trinity 


Hillview; T.B. TPO. sum 


South River 


Port de Grave 


C. B. Railway— A. 


Soiith Side 


St. Geoi-ge . . 


St. George's 


Southward Bay, 






(Charleston) 


Bonavista 


Bonavista Railway TTO. 


Southwest Arm 


(C 


Pool's Island 


L. W. Arm, Green Bay 


Twillingnte . . 


King's Pt, N. D. B. TPO. 


S. W. Arm, New Bay.. 


cc 


Botwood, N.D. Bay TPO. 
in summer 


*Spaniard's Bay 


Harbor Grace 


Spaniard's Bay 


Spaniard's Cove 


Trinity 


Trinity, T. B. TPO. sum. 


Spanish Boom 


Burin 


Biirin North 


Spear Cove, White Bay 


St. Barbe 


Westport, White Bay 
TPO. summer 


Spencer's Cove 


Placentia & St. Mary's 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Spillar's Cove 


Trinity 


Bonavista 


Spiller's Cove 


St. Barbe 


Griguet; N.E.C. TPO. s. 


Spirit's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


Spirity Cjve 


St. Barbe 


Cow Head in winter; 
Straits TPO. in sum. 


Spoon Ce, now Epworth 


Burin 


Epworth 


Spoon Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


Spout Cove 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de '^'erde Railway 


Sprague s Cove 


Trinity 


Britannia, Elliott's Cove, 
in winter; TPO. sum. 


Spread Eagle 


cc 


Dildo, H. C. Railway 


*Springdale 


Twillingate . . 


Spriagdale, TPO. sum. 


Springfield 


Port de Grave 


C. B. Railway 


Spring's Arm 


St. Barbe 


Couche: N.E.O. TPO. 


Spruce I'oiDt 


St. George . . 


Bay of Islands, Curling 


Squid Cove 


Harbor Grace 


Bryant's Cove, Hr. Grace 


a 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


Squid Tickle 


Bonavista 


Salvage Bay, TPO. sum. 


Staffordtown 


Twillingate . . 


Little Bay 


Stage Cove 


(< 


Tilt Cove 


Stag Harbor ' 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Stanley's Cove 


Fortune 


Pushthrough 


Stanleyville 


St. Barbe 


Bonne Bay; N. N. & W. 
Railway in winter 


Stark's Bight 


(( 


St. Anthony 


Stanhope, Sissor's Cove 


Twillingate . . 


Lewisporte in winter; 
N.D.B. South, sum. 


Starve Harbor 


(C 


Herring Neck 


Stepaside 


Burin 


Burin North 


*Stephenville 


St. George . . 


Stepenville Crossing 


♦Btephenville Crossing. 


<( 


(C C( 


Stevenson's Village . . 


Harbor Grace 


Harbor Grace 


Stock Cove 


Bonavista . , , . 


King's Cove 



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Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Stock Cove 

Stocking Harbor 

•Stone's Cove 

Stone Island 

Storehouse Cove 

Strickland Beach 

String Tickle 

Sugar Loaf 

Sulians Cove .... 

Sullivan's Cove 

*Summerside 

Sammerville (In. Arm) 
Sunday Cove Island . 

Summerford (Farmer's 
Arm 

Surgeon Cove 

Swain's Island 

Swale Island 

Swan Island Harbor . 
Sweet Bay 

Swift Current (Piper's 

Hole) 

Swerry Island 

Sydney Harbor 

Tack's Beach 

Tantamount 

Tasse D Argent, or 
Tosselo . . . . 

Tavernor's Point 

Taylor Bay 

Taylor Island 

Tea Cove 

Templeman's 

Terra Nova Ri\ er . . . . 
Terenceville 

Thicket 

Thimble Tickles, Thos. 

Eowsell's Islands . . 

Thoroughfare 

*Three Arms 

Three Guts, Port au 
Port Bay .,.,.. 



Trinity 

Twillingate 

Fortune 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

St. George 

Trinity 

Fortune 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 



Bonavista 

Twillinga+e 
Bonavista 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Bonavista 



Placentia & St. Mary's, 
t'arbonear 



Placentia & St 

Trinity 

Burin 

Fortune 

Trinity 

Bonavista 

Fortune 

Harbor Grace 
> Twillingate 
Trinity 
Twillingate .. 



St. 



George 



Chance Cove 
Nipper's Harbor 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
Caplin Bay 

Valen Id, Plac. B. TPO. 
Bay of Islands 
Southport, Hillview 
Pushthrough 
Little Bay Island 

Curling 

Seal Cove, B. B. Railway 

See Wellman's Cove and 

Port Anson; N. D. Bay 

TPO. 
Lewisporte; N.D.B. TPO 

Exploits 
VVesleyville 

Salvage; TPO. summer 
Exploits 

Bonavista Ry. TPO. via 
Princeton 

Placentia Bay TPO. 
Deei Island, B. B. TPO. 
Fair Islands, Hare Bay 

in winter 
Tack's Beach, P.B. TPO. 
Bay de Verde Railway 



Mary's. Preques, Plac. B. TPO. 
Trinity 
Lamaline 
Belleoram 

Southport, Hillview 
Wesley ville 
Railway TPO. 
Belleoram, Bay L'Argent, 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
Spaniard's Bay 
Leading Tickles; 

TPO. in summer 
Britannia; TPO. sum. 

King's Point in winter; 
N. B. Bay TPO. sum. 

, . S, Crossing, Port au Port 



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Carpets with Vacuum Cleaner. 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Three Island Harbor . . 
Three Mountain Har. . 

Three Rock Cove 

Thwart Island 

Tibberts 

Tibbo's 

Tickle Cove 

Tickle Harbor 

Tickle Beach, Long Hr. 

Tickles 

*Tilt Cove 

Tilton 

*Tilting, Joe Batt's A.. 

Tinker's Island 

Tipe's Cove 

Tite's Cove 

Tithe's Cove 

Tizzard's Harbor 

Tom Hall's Harbor 

Too Good Arm 

Tor's Cove 

•Topsail 

*Torbay 

Tosselo 

Tramar 

Trapper's Cove, Port 

an Choix 

*Trepassey 

*Traytown 

*Triuity 

*Trinity East 

Trinity Bay, Bon. Bay. 

Trinney's Cove 

Triton (Troyton) 

Trouty 

Trout River 

Trump Island 

Trumpet Cove 

Turk's Cove 

Turk's Gut, North Side 
Turk's Gut, South Side 

Turnip Cove .... 



Bonavista 

St. Barbe 

St. George . . 

Twillingate . . 

St. George . . 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

Bonavista 

Trinity 
Fortune 

Placentia & St. Mary's, 
Twillingate . . 
Harbor Grace , 
Fogo 

Bonavista 
Trinity 
Burin 
Trinity 
Twillingate . . 



Ferryland 
Harbor Main 
St. John's Fast 
Placentia & St. Mary's, 
Fortune 

I St. Barbe . . | 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

Bonavista 

Trinity 



Bonavista 
Placentia &"St 
Twillingate . 

Trinity 
St. Barbe 
Twillingate . 

Tiinity 
Fortune 
Port de Grave 
Harbor Main. 

Fortune 



Mary's 



Greenspond 

St. Anthony 

Port au Port, S. Crossing 

Exploits 

Wood Island 

Burgeo. 

Bonavista Bay Railway; 

via Open Hall 
Chance Cove 
Belleoram, Bay L' Argent, 

Fortune Bay TPO. 
Colinet, Whitbourne 
Tilt Cove 

C.B. Railway TPO. 
Fogo in winter; 

Fogota in summer. 
Greenspond, Pool's Id. 
Britannia; TPO. sum. 
Burin 

Shoal Harbor 
Moreton's Har. in win.; 

N.D.B. TPO. sum. 
Exploits 
Herring Neck 
Tor's Cove, Trepassey R. 
Topsail 
Torbay 

Presque, Plac. B. TPO. 
Harbor Briton 
Cow Head in winter; 

Straits TPO. sum. 
Trepassey 
Traytowu 
Trinity 

Bonavista Railway TPO. 
Hare Bay, Fair Island. 
Railway TPO. in sum. 
Pilley's Island in winter; 

N.D.B. TPO. sum. 

Trinity 

Bonne Bay, TPO. sum. 

Twillingate 

Moreton's Harbor 

Heart's Content 

Belleoram 

Brigus 
It 

Belleoram, BayL'Argent, 
Fortune Bay TPO. 



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«®" AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Lovell 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Pott Town. 



Turtle Island 

*T\villingate 

Udle's Cove 

Unfortunate Cove .... 

Union Cove 

Upper Amherst Cove. . 
Upper Baeon Cove .... 
Upper Black Island . . 

Upper Burgeo 

Upper Dark Cove .... 

Upper Gullies 

*Uiiper Island Cove. . . . 
Upper Lauce Cove .... 

Upper Rocky Brook . . 
Upper Small Point .... 

Valen Island 

Valentine C,Ballantyne 

*Valleytield 

Venon's Island 

Vry's Beach 

Victoria 

*Victoria Cove 

*Victoria 

Villa Maria 

Villa Veau 

Virgin Arm 

Virgin Cove 

Viter's Ce, N. Perlican 

Wadham's Islands .... 

Wake's Brook 

Waldron's Cove 

*Ward's Harbor 

Warren's Harbor 

Waterman's Harbor . . 

Weasel Island 

Waterville, Daniel's Ce 

Webber's Bight 

Wellington, Shoal Bay 

Wellman's Cove , 



Placentia & St. Mary's. 
Twillingate . . 

Bonavista 
St. Barbe 

n 

Bonavista 
Harbor Main 
Twillingate . . 
Burgeo and LaPoile 
Bonavista 
Harbor Main 
Harbor Grace 
Trinity 



Bay de Verde 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 

St. George 

Bonavista 

Twillingate 

St. George 

Trinity 

Fogo 



Carbonear 

Placentia & St. Mary's. 



Twillingate 
Placentia & 
Trinity 

Fogo 

Trinity 
Twillingate 

Bonavista 
St. rfarbe 

Fortune 
Trinity 

Twillingate 
Bonavista 

Twillingate 



St. Mary 



Flat Islands, P.B. TPO. 
Twillingate 

Port Blandford 

Flower's Cove 

Englee; N.W. Point, win. 

Bonavista 

Avoudale 

Exploits 

Burgeo 

Gambo 

Upper Gullies 

Spaniard's Bay 

EUio'.t's Cove in winter; 

TPO. in summer. 
George's Brook 
Bay de Verde Railway 

V^alen Id, Plac. B. TPO. 

Bay of Islands 

Pool's Island 

Tilt Cove 

Bay of Islands 

Bonavista 

Gander Bay; s.s. Fogota 

in sum.; Boyd's Cove 

in winter 
Carbonear 
Placentia Railway TPO. 

Twillingate 
Merasheen, Plac. Bay 
Heart's Content 

Musgrave Har. in win.; 

s.s. Fogota in summer. 
Shoal Harbor 
Fortune Harbor 
Pilley's Id; TPO. in sum. 
Greenspond 
(yonche; N.E. Coast 

TPO. in summer 
Belleoram 
Britannia Cove in win.; 

T. Bay Tl'O. in sum. 
F'ortune Harbor 
Hare Bay 

Pilley's Id in win.; N.D. 
Bay T^O. in summer, 



Post Office Department. 



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and Covers Chocolates; none better 




Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 


•Wesleyville 


Bonavista 


Wesleyville 


West Bay, Port au Port 


St. George . . 


Stephenville Crossing, 
Port au Port 


West Country Cove . . 


St. Barbe 


Tilt Cove 


West Cul de Sac 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Cape LaHune 


•Western Bay 


Bay de Verde 


Bay de Verde Railway 


•Western Cove, West- 
port 


1 St. Barbe . . [ 


Westport, W.B., TPO. in 
sum; Baie Verte in win. 


Western Ce, Barren Is. 


Placeutia & St. Mary's 


Placentia Bay TPO. 


Western Head 


Twillingate . . 


Moreton's Harbor 


Western Harbor 


(< 


<( << 


Western Point 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


La Poile 


Westport 


St. Barbe 


Westport, W.B.; TPO. 
in sum.; Baie Verte, w. 


Weymouth 


(( 


Englee; N.E. Coast 
TPO. in summer 


Whale's Brook 


Trinity 


Heart's Content 


Whale Cove 


C( 


Britannia; Elliott's Cove; 
TPO. in summer. 


Whale Cove 


Burin 


Burin 


Whale Gulch, New 






World Island 


Twillingate . . 


Twillingate 


*Whitbourne 


Trinity 


Whitbourne 


White Bear Bay 


Burgeo and LaPoile . . 


Burgeo 


White Island 


St. Barbe 


Griguet 


White Island 


Burgeo and La Poile . . 


Channel 


White Point Cove .... 


St. Barbe 


Englee; N.E.C. TPO. 


White Point 


Placentia & St. Mary's. 


Valeu Id, Plac. B. TPO. 


White Point 


Trinity 


Bonaventure; Trinity Bay 
TPO. sum ; Trinity, w. 


White Rock 


Bonauista 


Brooklyn, B.B. Railway. 


White Rock 


Trinity 


George's Brook 


White Bay, Witless B. 


c< 


H. C. Railway 


Wicklow 


Harbor Main 


Holyrood 


Wigwam Point 


Twillingate . . 


Botwood 


Wild Bight 


(( 


Little Bay 


C( 


(C 


Nipper's Harbor 


(< 


C( 


Leading Tickl'^s, Point 
Leamington in winter; 
N.D.B. TPO. sum. 


Wild Cove 


it 


Twillingate 


Wild Cove 


(C 


Moreton's Harbor 


Wild Cove (SonFogo).. 


Fogo 


Fogo 


Wild Cove 


St. Barbe 


Westport, W.B.; TPO. 


Wild Cove 


<< 


Bonne Bay 


Wilton Grove 


Trinity 


Clareuville 


Williamsport, 
(Greenspond) 


St. Barbe . . ( 


Englee in winter; 
C. TPO. in sum. 



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Post Office t)epartment. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for " American 


Name of Place. 


District. 


Post Town. 



Wing Island 
Winter Brook (N. W 
Arm, Sweet Bay . 
Winter Grove 
Winterhouse Brook . 
Winterhouse Cove . 



Winterhouse Cove, 

N. W. Arm 

* Winter Houses 

*Winterton, Scilly Ce. 
Wiseman's Cove 



*Witless Bay 

Wolf Bay, Bay de Loup 
Wolf Cove, now 
Springdale, 

Woodford Cove 

vVoodford Station 

*Wood's Island 

Woody Island 

Woody Island Bight . . 

Woody Point 

Wreck Cove 

Wreck Island 



Yellow Fox Cove, N.B. 



Yellow Fox Cove 
*York Harbor 
Young Head 



Zealot 



Bonavista 

St. Barbe 
(< 

Twillingate 



St. George . . 

Trinity 

St. Barbe 

Ferryland 

Burgeo and La Poile 



> Twillingate 



Harbor Main 

St. George 

Placentia & St. Mary s 

Twillingate 

St. Barbe 

Fortune 

Burgeo and LaPoile , . 

Twillingate 

Bonavista 
St. George 
Twillingate 

St. Barbe . . 



Brooklyn, B.B. Eailway 

Jamestown, B.B. Ky. 
Flower's Cove 
Bonne Baj' 
Leading Tickles; Point 

Leamington in winter 
King's Point in winter; 

N.D.B. TPO. sum. 
Port au Port 
Heart's Content 
Westport, Bale Verte, 

in winter 
Witless B., Trepassey R. 
Burgeo 
Hall's Bay, Springdale, 

TPO. in summer 
LiUle Bay 
C.B. Railway TPO. 
Curling 

Placentia Bay TPO. 
Exploits 
Bonne Bay 
Harbor Briton 
Burgeo 

Fortune Harbor; 

TPO. in summer 
Wesleyville 
Curling 
Nipper's (Harbor 

Conche 



List of Places re-named by Nomenclature Committee since 
their first meeting, January 30th, 1904. 



Cat Cove, Harbor Main District 

Lee Bight, Trinity Bay 

Limeville. Port au Port, District of St. 

George 

North Side, Norris Arm, Notre Dame Ba y 
Aspen Cove, Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay 

Belle Island, Conception Bay 

Botwoodville, Notre Dame Bay 

Mosquito Cove, Conception Bay 

Lance Cove South, Trinity Bay 

Dark Tickle, Twillingate District 



Renamed Avondale North 
" Adeytown. 



Aguathuna. 

Alderburn. 

Aspen. 

Bell Island. 

Botwood. 

Bristol's Hope. 

Brownsdale, 

Brighton, 



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Lady" and "American Gentleman" Footwear. 



Chance Harbor, near Moreton's Harbor, 

Notre Dame Bay Renamed 

Barren Island, Placentia Bay " 

Britannia Oove, Smith's Sd, Trinity Bay " 

North West Arm, Green Bay " 

Shoal Bay, Trinity Bay 

Western Arm, Fogo District " 

Broad Cove, Renews " 

Salmon Cove, Trinity Bay " 

Burgeo, District Placentia and St. Mary's " 
Chance Harbor, Friday's Bay, Notre 

Dame Bay " 

Southward Bay, Bonavista Bay " 

Lower Rocky Brook, Smith's Sd.T.B. .. 

Middle Bight, Harbor Main " 

Crab's, St. George's District 

Railway Station, near Crabbe's " 

Ry. Station, between Crabbe's Brook 

and Highlands " 

Point to Glendon (including the settle- 
ment known as Butler's Cove) Dis- 
trict of Burin " 

Birchy Cove, Bay of Islands " 

Cuckhold's Cove, near Trinity, T.B 

Grand River, Hamilton Inlet " 

Salvage Bay, District of Bonavista .... " 

Grand River, Hamilton Inlet '• 

Little River, Burgeo and LaPoile " 

Riverhead, White Bay 

Sandy Point, Smith's Sound, Trin. Bay, 

Rattling Brook, St. George's Bay " 

Northern Bight, Random Sound, T.B. . . " 

Dog Bay, Fogo District " 

Riverhead, Bay of Islands " 

Woody Island, Bay St. George " 

Fox Island, Fortune District " 

Ram's Island, Placentia Bay " 

Island Cove, near Heart's Delight, T. B. 

Queenstown, Fogo District " 

Lance Cove North, ne<ir Blliston, T.B. . . " 
Railway Station and neighbourhood. 

Goose Bay 

Lewisport, Notre Dame Bay District . . " 

Northwest Arm, Trinity '• 

Long Cove, S. W. Arm, Random, T.B. . . 

Ragged Harbor, Trinity District " 

King's Cove, Trinity District " 

Upper and Middle Rocky Brook, Smiths 

Sound, Trinity Bay " 

P 



Bridgeport. 

Bar Haven. 

Britannia, 

Burlington. 

Cavendish. 

Carmanville. 

Cappa Hayden. 

Champneys. 

Chambers. 

Chanceport. 

Charleston. 

Clifton. 

Codner. 

Crabbes. 

Crabbes East. 

Crabbes West. 



Creton. 
Curling. 
Dunfield. 
Durrell, 

Eastport. 
Gillesport. 
Grey River. 

Hampden, 

Harcourt, 

Heatherton. 

Hillview. 

Horwood. 

Humbermouth, 

Innishmara, 
Isle Galet. 
lona. 
Islington, 

Joe Batt s Arm. 

La.ncaster, 

Leth bridge. 

Lewisporte. 

Lockston, 

Loreburn. 

Melrose, 

Milton. 

Monroe, 



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Russell's Cove, Trinity District Renamed New Melbourne. 

Seal Cove, Trinity District " New Chelsea, 

New Harbor, Bonavista Bay •' Newport 

New Harbor, Notre Dame Bay " Newstead. 

New Harbor, St. Barbe District " Norton. 

Backlands, Bay St. George " O'Regan. 

Northwest Arm, New Bay, Twillingate 

District " Osmonton. 

Marble Mountain, St. George's " | Mountain. 

Little Beaver Cove, Twillingate District " Port Albert. 

Ship Cove and Robin Hood, Trinity Bay " Port Rexton. 

Gravel's, Bay St George " Port au Port. 

Lance Cove, Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay " Petley. 

Portugal Cove, Trepassey Bay '' Portugal Ce, S. 

Newtown, Sunday Cove Island, Twillin- 
gate District " Port Anson 

Sibley's Cove, District of Placentia " Prowseton 

Seal Cove, Bonavista Bay " Princeton. 

Ha Ha, in Ha Ha Bay, District St. Barbe " Raleigh 

Mother Hicks, Colinet Id. St. Mary's Bay " Regina. 

Fox Harbor, Random, Trinity Bay " Southport. 

Ship Cove, Bay D'Espoir, Fortune Bay. " St. Alban's. 

Scissor's Cove, Notre Dame Bay " 'Stanhope. 

Caplin Cove, Ferryland District " St. Michael's. 

Broad Cove, St. John's West " St. Phihp's. 

Brighton, Bonavista District " Salvage Bay 

Flat Islands, Bonavista District " Sampson. 

Grand River Gut, Codroy Valley " Searston. 

Spaniard's Bay, Trinity District " Spaniard's Cove. 

Indian Arm, Bonavista Bay " Snmmerville. 

Little River Section and Station, Codroy, 

Bay St. George " St. Andrew's. 

Holyrood, Placentia and St. Mary's .... " St. Vincent. 

Broad Cove, Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay " Somerset. 

Farmer's Arm, Dildo Run, N. D. Bay . . " Summerfoi^d. 

Piper's Hole, Placentia Bay " Swift Current 

Tiltcn Harbor, Fogo District " Tilting. 

Toad's Cove, Bonavista Bay " Tor's Cove. 

Fox Cove, Bonavista Bay " Templeman. 

Collier's Cove, District of Trinity " Thornlea. 

Shoal Bay, Bonavista Bay " Wellington. 

Daniel's Cove, Smith's Sd, Trinity Bay.. " Waterville. 

North West Arm, Sweet Bay, Bonavista 

Bay • " Winterbrook. 

Greenspond, White Bay, St. Barbe " Williamsport. 

Western Cove, White Bay " Westport. 

Witless Bay, Trinity Bay " Whiteway. 

Scilly Cove, Trinity Bay " Winterton. 



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

Post Offices marked thus (*) are in Straits of Belle Isle. 



Name of Place. 



'Port of Call. 



Aarou Island .... 

Adnavick 

American Cove . . 
American Creek . . , 
American Harbor 
American Tickle . . 

♦Antelope 

Antelope Tickle . . 
*Assizes Harbor . . 

Back Harbor 

Bake Apple Bigbt , 

*Barge Bay 

Barachois , 

Batteau 

*Battle Harbor . . . 

Bird Islands 

Bird Rocks 

*Black Bay 

Black Cove 

Black Bear Bay . . , 

Black Island 

Blackguard's Cove . 

Black Tickle 

*Blanc Sablon 

*Bels Amour 

Big Brook 

Bolster's Rock 

*Bonne Esperance . 

Bloomfield 

Bluff Head 

Bradore 

Breen's Tickle 

Brig Harbor 

Brigus , 

*Cape Charles . . . . , 
Cape Greep (Grepe) 

Cape Harrigan 

Cape Harrison 

Cape North 

Cape Porcupine . . 
*Camp Island .... 
*Capson Island . . 



Spear Harbor. 
Adnavick. 
Grady. \ 
Grady. % 
Comfort Bight. 
Seal Islands. 
Henley Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Battle Harbor. 
Dead Island. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Red Bay. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Batteau. 
Battle Harbor. 
Venison Island. 

Do. 
Red Bay. 
Tub Harbor. 
Punch Bowl. 
Long Island. 
Plaok Island. 
Black Tickle. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Salmon River. 
Holton. 

Bolster's Rock. 
Bonne Esperance. 
Mannock's Island. 
Indian Harbor. 
Bradore. 
Indian Tickle. 
Brig Harbor. 
Punch Bowl. 

("ape Charles. 
Indian Tickle. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Cape Harrison. 
Grady. 

Pack's Harbor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
L'Anse au Loup. 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Cartwright 

Caribou 

^Carroll's Cove 

Casey's Cove 

*Chatteau 

*Chimney Tickle 

^Chiviliere River 

Comfort Bight 

Cooper's Islands 

Cog's Cove 

Conception Harbor. . . 

Codner's Cove 

Corbett's Harbor 

Cardie Cove 

Cuff Harbor 

Cunningham's Bight . 

Curlew . . . . 

Cutthroat 

Dark Tickle 

Davis' Inlet 

Dead Island 

Deep Water Creek . . . 

Dog Island 

Domino 

Dooling Tickle 

Double Mare 

Durrill 

•East St. Modiste . . . 

Edward's Harbor 

Egg Harbor 

Emily Harbor 

Entry Island 

Fanny's Arm 

Farmer's Cove 

Fishing Ship's Harbor 

Five Islands 

Ferritt Island 

Flat Island 

Flounder's Bight 

'Forteau 

*Forteau Lighthouse . 

Fox Cove 

Fox Island 

*Fox Harbor 

Francis Harbor Bight 
French Cove 



Cartwright 

Francis Harbor Bight. 
Red Bay. 
Indian Tickle. 
Chateau. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Bonne Esperance 
Comfort Bight. 
Snug Harbor. 
Venison Island. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Indian Tickle. 
Punch Bowl. 
Seal Islands. 
Indian Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Long Island. 
Cutthroat. 

Emily Harbor. 

Davis Inlet. 

Dead Island ; also Deep Water 

Creek, Battle Harbor. 
Dead Island ; also Deep Water 

Creek, Battle Harbor. 
Spear Harbor. 
Domino. 

Do. 
Smokey Tickle. 
Grand River, Rigolet. 

East St. Modeste. 
Indian Harbor. 

Do. 
Emily Harbor. 

Do. 
Fanny's Harbor. 
Griffin's Harbor. 
Fishing Ship's Harbor. 
Emily Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Flat Islands. 
Macovik. 
Forteau. 
L'Anse au Loup. 
Dead Island. 
Emily Harbor. 
Battle Harbor. 
Francis Harbor. 
Scrammy. 



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Men's Wear of the Hour. 



Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Frenchman's Island 

George's Cove 

Do 

George's Island . . . 
George's River 

George's Run 

Grady 

*Grassey 

Greenly Island 

•Green Island 

Green Cove 

Griffin's Harbor . . . 

*Gulch Cove 

Hacket's Harbor . . 

Hair Harbor 

Hair Island 

Hamilton Inlet . . . 

Hare Tickle 

Hawk's Harbor . . . 

Hill's Cove 

Hill's Harbor 

Hill's Harbor 

Hebron 

*Henley Harbor . . . 
Hiscock's Harbor . 

Holton 

Hopedale 

Horse Harbor 

IceJTickle 

Hack 

Independent 



Indian'^Bighti 

Indian|Harbor 

Indian Islands, G. W. Bay 

Indian Tickle 

*Isle^an^ Boise 

Ironbound Island 

Jigger's Tickle 

King's Bay 

Kipicock 

Lady's Arm 

*L'Anse au Moris 

*L'Anse au Dibble (Jibble) 

*L'Anse au Clair 

*L'Anse au Cottar 

Lance^au'Loup 

Lance Cove 

* Lewis Bay 

Lester's Point 



Seal Islands. 

Do. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
George's Island. 
Kigolet. 
Batteaux. 
(rrady. 
Blanc Sablou. 

Do. 

Do. 
Tub Harbor. 
Griilin's Harbor. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Grady. 
Long Island. 
Windsor's Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Adnavick. 
Hawk's Harbor. 
Bolster's Rock. 
Seal Islands. 
Grady. 
Nain. 

Henley Harbor. 
Comfort Bight. 
Holtot. 
Hopedale. 
Horse Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Hack. 

Hack's Harbor. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Indian Hai-bor. 
Pack's Harbgr. 
Indian Tickle. 
Blanc Sablon. 
Ironbound Island. 
Jigger Tickle. 
Sloop Cove. 
Hack. 

Snng Harbor. 

L'Anse au Loup. 

Do. 

Blanc Sabion. 
ti 

L'Anse au Loup. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Battle Harbor, 
RigoIet, 



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Department. 


AYRE & SONS, LTD., 


Name of Place. 


Port of Call. 



Little Harbor 

Little Harbor, G. W. Bay 

Little Fisheries 

Little Holton 

Long Island 

■'^Long Point 

Lord's Arm 

Macovick 

Mannock's Island . . . . . . 

Mark's Harbor 

*Mathias Cove 

Mecklenburgh 

Merchantman's Harbor. . . 

•Middle Bay 

Mosquito 

Morgan Harbor 

Mousey 

Mullin's Cove 

Do 

Musgrave Harbor 

Murray's Harbor 

*Mutton Bay 

Nain 

Natashquan 

New Harbor 

Negro's Sound 

Northwest River 

Nowlad's Harbor 

Occasional Harbor 

October Harbor 

Okock 

Open Bay 

Orleans Harbor 

Pack's Harbor 

Payne's Cove 

Pigeon Islands 

*Pigeon Island 

*Peidnoir — Pinware 

Pin ware 

Petty Harbor 

Piper's Tickle 

Partridge Bay 

Partridge Harbor 

* Pleasure Harbor 

* Point aux Morts 

Port Charlotte 

*Pommeroy's Island 

Pennyhook's Cove 

Punch Bowl 



Spear Harbor. 
Indian Harbor. 
Salmon River. 
Little Holton. 
Long Island. 
Blnac Sablon. 
Long Tickle. 
Muscovik. 

Do. 
Smoky Tickle. 
Battle Harbor. 
Spear Harbor. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 
Salmon River. 
Spear Harbor. 
Little Harbar. 
Long Tickle. 
Emily Harbor. 
Grady. 

n 

Spear Barbor. 

Bonne Esperance. 

Nain. 

Bonne Esperance. 

Pack's Harbor. 
Rigolet. 
Dead Island. 
Occasional Harbor. 
Fishing Ships' Harbor. 
Nain. 



Punch Bowl. 

Pack's Harbor. 

Indian Harbor. 
t( 

Bonne Esperance. 

West St. Modeste. 
Spear Harbor. 
Bolster's Rock. 
Scrammy. 
Spear Harbor. 
Chimney Tickle. 
Seal Islands. 
Pack's Harbor, 
Chimney Tickle. 
Punch Bowl. 
Indian Harbor, 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



*Quare Island . . . . 
Ragged Islands . . 
Railway Islands . . 

Rammah 

Rattler's Bight . . 

*Ked Bay 

Red Island 

Red Point 

Red Point Cove . . 

Rigolet 

Roger's Harbor . . 
Round Island . . . . 

Rover's Island 

Run by Guess . . . . 

Salmon Bight 

Salmon Point . . . . 
Salmon River . . . . 

Sandy Cove 

Sandy Hook . . . . . 
Sandy Hill Tickles 
Sandy Islands . . . . 

Salt Pond 

Salt Pond 

Seal Bight 

Sandwich Bay . . . . 
*Schooner Cove . . 
♦Schooner Cove 

Scrammy 

Seal Islands 

Seine Islands . . . . 

Selby's Cove 

Shoal Bay Islands 
Shoal Tickle 

Ship Harbor 

Ship Run 

Sloop Cove 

Do 

Sloop Harbor . . . . 

Do. 
Soddy Island . . . . 
Sophia's Harbor . . 
South East Cove . . 

Snack Cove 

Snug Harbor 

Smokey Tickle 

Spear Harbor . . . , 
Spotted Islands . , 
Splitting Knife . , 



L'Anse au Loup. 

Ragged Harbor. 

Punch Bowl. 

Nain. 

Nain. 

Red Bay, 

Indian Tickle. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 

Red Point. 

Rigolet. 

Long Tickle. 

Long Island, 

Indian Tickle. 

Indian Harbor. 

Black Tickle. 
Indian Tickle. 
Salmon River. 
Francis Harbor Bight. 

Indian Tickle. 
Sandy Island. 
Little Harbor. 
Comfort Bight. 
Murray's Harbor. 
Cartwright. 
L'Anse au Laup. 
Dead Island. 
Scrammy. 
Seal Islands. 

Punch Bowl. 

Seal Islands.. 
Malta. 

Spear Harbor. 
Smoky Tickle, 
Sloop Cove. 
Fishing Ships' Harbor. 
Punch Bowl. 
Emily Harbor. 
Scrammy. 
Murray's Harbor. 
Long Island. 
Pack's Harbor. 
Snug Harbor. 
Smoky Tickle. 
Spear Harbor. 
Spotted Islands. 
Smoky Tickle. 



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Name of Place. 



Port of Call. 



Square Islands. . . . 
Squasbo Run . . . . 

Styles 

Stag Tickle 

Strawberry 

*Temple Bay . . . . 
Tinker Harbor. . . . 

Thomas Bay 

Tickle 

Tramore 

•Trap Cove 

Transport Island. . 

Triangle 

Touchialick 

Tub Harbor 

Tub Island 

Turnavick 

Venison Islands . . 
Venison Tickle . . 
♦West St. Modiste 
Webber's Cove. . . . 

White Bear 

V/hite Islands 

White Point Bay 

Wild Bight 

Wilcock's Arm . . . , 
William's Arm. . . . 

Winter Cove 

Wolf Islands 

Zoar 



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. 

Uo. 
West St. Modiste. 
Punih Bowl. 
White Bears. 
Domino. 
Sloop Cove. 
Venison Island. 
Batteaux. 

Francis Harbor Bight. 
Indian Harbor. 
Indian Tickle. 
Naiu. 



POSTAL TELEGRAPHS. 



List of Officers. 

St. John's— 

Superintendent — David Stott. 

Clerk in Charge — George J. Veitch. 

Check Clerk — Hedley V. Garland. 

Accountaiit — Alexander Rooney. 

Assistant Check Clerks— Walter Garf, Jas. Escott, W. E. Campbell. 

Collector — Arthur Woolridge. 

Chief Operators — John Curtis, J. T. Meaney. 

Operators~J . D. O'Dounell, George White, M. Allan Eraser, Joseph 
Small, Michael Hackett, William J. Ashley, H. Willar, Wm. Mitchell 
John Hefferman, Victor Legge, O'Driscol, Ethel Irish, M. F. Hartigan' 
Blanche Martin, Madge O'Driscoll, B. M. Anthony, Winnie Smithj 
Hannah Davis, Florence Martin, Thomas Murphy, Henry Butler, George 



Post Office Department. 



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Mantle Department in the Upper Building. 



Hobbs, Lillian Myrick, Agatha Ezekiel, Edward O'Rielly, Miss King, 
Miss Meaney. 

Counter Clerks — George L. Lindsay, Alfred ReoB. 

Delivery Clerk — Wm. J. Morris. 

Typists — Genevieve Cleary, Maud Thorne. 

Linemen — William Tobin, John Doyle. 

Storekeeper — William F. Trelegan. 

West End Office — Operator — Miss Stack. 

Clerk 

Central Office — Office Tenders — Albert Loveys, Richard Delaney. 

Checkers — Leslie Coultas, Jos. Aylward, Walter Milley, Harold Reid. 

Box Boys — Gerald Galway, Roy Nurse. 

Messengers — James Jackman, John Murray, Augustus Moore, Albert 
Moakler, George Butler, Ronald Snow, Cbesley Butler, Robert Whitten, 
Peter Power. Herbert Manuel, William Wylie, Aiden Nugent, Harold 
Evans, Alex. Garf, John Evans, Gordon Cook, John Squires, Fred. Butler, 
Herbert Boone, Cyril Chapman. 

Court House Office — Messengers — Clarence Whitford, Wm. Churchill, 
Harry Anderson. 

King^s Wharf Office — Messengers — Herbert Raines, Donald Walsh, 
Wm. Wheeler. 

Jtaivlins' Cross Office — Messengers —Frank Donnelly, Douglas Brown. 

East End Office — Messengers — Matthew Whelan, Frank Daniels. 

West End Office — Messenger — Patrick Whitly. 



Office. Operator. 

Aguathuna — Miss DuBordieu 
Anderson's Cove — Elsie Thornhill 
Argentia — Bride O'Reilly 
Avoadale — Bertha Moore 
Badger — Cecil Cunningham 
Badger Quay — Bertha Hoskins 
Bale Verte — Tryphena Bobbins 
Baine Harbor — Madge Smith 
Bar Haven — May Smith 
Bay de Verde — Mrs. Andrew Moore 
Bay L'Argent— V. E. Bantield 
Bay Roberts — Daisy Dawe 

Do. — Henry Snow 
Beaverton— E. S. Hennebury 
Belleoram — A. Sodero 
Bell Island— Richard D. Walsh 

Messenger — F. Stone 
Bishop's Falls— Theresa White 

Messenger — Daniel Gillingham 
Blackhead — Agnes Hilliard 
Bonaventure, New — Daniel King 
Bonavista— N. P. White 

Messenger— R. J. Miles 



Office. Operator. 

Bonne Bay — Charles Read 
Botwood — Eleanor Aitken 

Assistant — Kelvin Aitken 
Branch — Kate English 
Brig Bay— Elsie Hoddinott 
Brigus — Alice Bartlett 

Assistant— Ellen Sheehan 
Brigus Junction — Rich. Benning 
Britannia — Lawrence Leawood 
British Harbor — Martha Gardaer 
Brookfield — Susie Gaulton 
Brooklyn — Sarah A. Prince 
Burin — Meta Ciark 
Burlington — Theresa House 
Campbellton — May Janes 
Cape Race — Hannah J. Myrick 
Cape Ray — Marconi Statf 
Carbonear — James A. Gotf 

Asst. & Mes. — Herbert Long 
Catalina — Elsa Courage 

Messengerr— Thos. Russell 
Cat Harbor — Asenath Parsons 
Change Islands — E. M. Seelej 



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Office. Operator. 

Channel — Julia C. Currie 
Charleston — Laura Prince 
Clarenville — Louisa Rogers 

Assistant — Selina Jones 
Clarke's Beach — Edith Leslie 

Messenger — K. Mugford 
Coachman's Cove — Nellie Hearn 
Codroy— Mabel Parsons 
Come-by-chance — Geo. R. Courage 
Conception Harbor — Shan Buck 
Conche— Sadie Wiseman 
Cook's Harbor — Jennie Scanlou 
Cow Head — Freeman Payne 
Crabb's Station — James Pike 
Curling — Alexander Read 



Assistant — 



Cutwell — Netta J. Roberts 
Daniel's Harbor — Ada Biggin 
Deer Lake — Paul Moores 

Assistant — Bernard Norris 
" Henry Sweetland 

Dunville — May Tobin 

East Wabana — 

EUiston — Alfred Crewe 
English Harbor West — Bessie Pine 
Epworth — L. E. Bugden 
Exploits — Hettie Roberts 
Flat Islds, Pla. Bay— Muriel Clark 
Flower's Cove — Mabel Diamond 
Fogo — Violet Baker 
Fortune — Amelia Bennett 
Fortune Harbor— Edith Miller 
Fox Cove, For. — Florence Whittle 
Fox Harbor, P. B.— Nellie Healey 
Freshwater — Annie Moores 
Gatf Topsails — J. J. Shea 
Gambo -Louis House 

Assistant —Maggie Moss 
Gander Baj'- -Annie Butler 
Garnish — Esther Marsh 
Gaultois — Sarah Simms 
George's Brook — Ber.tha Prince 
Glenwood — M. Kowsell 
Glovertown — Miss L. G. Barton 
Grand Bank — Mabel Forsey 

Messenger — John Penwill 
Grand Falls — Robert F. Newhook 
^V. P. Hiscock 

Assistant— L. J. Bishop 

Messenger — James Nugent 
Miss LeDrew 
Grand Lake— Charles W. Tilley 



Office. 



Operator. 



Grate's Cove — Ethel Avery 
Great Burin — Dulcie E. Darby 
Green's Harbor — E. A. Mitcham 
Greenspond — John Gibbons 

Assistant — Frank House 
Griguet — Mary L. Weir 
Hant's Harbor — Melina Critch 
Harbor Breton — William Sodero 
Harbor Buttett — Ada Burton 
Hrrbor Grace — Arthur W. Heath 
Messenger — Harry Kennedy 
Harbor Main A. M. Ezekiel 
Haystack— Massie Bailey (acting) 
Heart's Content — Olive Farnham 
Heart's Delight — Lucy Hobbs 
Hermitage — Annie Way 
Herring Neck — Malcolm Simms 
Hillview— W. W. Frost 
Hodge's Cove — Lfa Pitcher 
Holyrood — John Hannon 
Horwood — G. Woolfrey 
Humbermouth — Clara Mclsaae 
Joe Batt's Arm — Florence Coffin 
King's Cove — L. Devine 
King's Point — Delphine Thistle 
Lady Cove — Alice Soper 
Lamaline — F. E. Hann 

Assistant — Harriet Hooper 
Lark Harbor— W. E. Gabriel 
LaScie — Jessie IMiles 
Lawn- Theresa Murphy 
Lewisporte — M. C. Young 
Little Bay — J. Flynn 
Little Bay East— E. A. Thornhiil 
Little Bay Island— W. G. Duder 
Little River — John Doyle 
Long Harbor Beach— T. L. Banfield 
L. L Cove— Mary J. Snelgrore 
Manuels — Winnie Duff 
Marystown — Isabel Collins 
Merasheen— Estella Best 
Miller's Passage— A. W. Bungay 
Millertown— Gertie Dull 
Milleitown Junction — A. J. Kirby 
Monroe— Geo. E. Stone 
Moreton's Hr.— S. P. Rendell 
Musgrave Harbor— Irene Russell 
Musgravetown— >Hazel Oldford 
New Harbor— S. M. L. Giles 
New Melbourne— Flossie Goodwin 
New Perlican— Frances Bemister 
Newtown— Edna P. Davis 



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Office. Operator. 

Nipper's Hr.— Herbert Batstone 
Norris' Arm — Harry F. Colbourne 
Norria' Point — Maud Kennedy 
Northern Bay — Mrs. Jas. March 
Old Perlican — Blanche March 
Paradise — May Power 
Parson's Pond — Peter Bailer 
Petit Forte— Annie L. Hayden 
Pilley's Island — Winnie Garland 
Plac, Jersey Side — Theresa Whelan 
Plac, Town Side — Bessie Harligau 
Pt. Leamington — M. Christian, act'g 
Pool's Cove — Maud Keeves 
Port au Choix — A. J. Walsh 
Do. Ada Biggin 

Port au Port--Annie Melsaacs 
Port aux Basques 
First Operator— M. P. Smart 
Astist Operator — Rich. Murphy 
Do. John A. Cox 

Do. K. C. Pike 

Do. Walter McKay 

H. Mas. & Watchman — W. Vardy 
Port Blandford — Rosalie Quinton 
Port de Grave — Mary Dawe 
Port Rexton — Amelia Fowlow 
Port Saunders — Clias. Read, jr. 
Poespue — Michael Ryan 
Prowseton — Thos. J. Moore 
Ramea — A. H. Ingraham 
Red Islahd, P.B.— E. M. Carroll 
Rencontre- Josie M. Hartigau 
R'head, St. Mary's — Violet Ahearn 
Robert's Arm — A. E. Batstone 
Robinson's Head — Jessie Shears 
St. Antliony — L. Smith 
St. Brides — Bride Conway 
St. George's — Annie Butler 

Assistant — 

St. Jacques — P. J. McEvoy 
St. Joseph's — Elsie Cormack 

Repairers. 
Badger — Edgar Penny 
Beaverton — Richard Elliiott 
Bircby Cove — James E. Parsons 
Clarenville — Adam Seward 
Come-by-Chance— Thos. J. Best 
Crabbe's— Willis Pike 
Deer Lake — Norman Nichols 
Fogo — William Coates 
Gaft Topsails— William Moore 



Office. Operator. 

St. Kyran's — Bertha Leonard 
St. Lawrence — Cecelia Fewer 
St. Mary's — Honora Gibbons 
St. Vincent — Mrs. J. Gibbons 
Salmonier, N. S. — Janie F. Hawco 

Do. Riverhead — 

Salvage — Walter Osmond 
Sandy Point — Minnie McFatridge 
Seal Covc, White Bay — J. Osborne 
Searston — Sarah O'Quinn 
Seldom-come-by — F. E. Newell 
Sound Island— "E. W. Beck 
Southport— Josie Flynn 
Spaniard's Bay — J. L. Gosse 
Messenger— 

Springdale — K. W^. Knight 
Stephenville — Adeline White 
Stephenville Cros'g — Evelyn Bu^-ler 
Stone's Cove — Fred. Dinham 
Summersidc — Sadie Petipas 
Tack's Beach — Mabel Brown 
Terenceville — W. J. Dewey 

Do. — Frank Murphy 
Three Arms— E. T. Strong 
Tilt Cove — W. Cunningham 
Tilting— Isabella Burke 
Topsail — Florence Miller 
Trepassey — May Curtis 
Trinity — Rachael Fowlow 
Twillingate — S. E. Foley 

Messenger — Louise Fifield 

Upper Is. Cove — Waller Crane 

Wesleyville — E. Sainsbury 
Western Bay — Ewe.n Kennedy 
Westport — H. L. Pearce 

West Wabana 

Whitbourne — Maggie Cook 
Winterton — Jehu Parrott 
Wood's Island— Mrs. K. B. Wade 
Woody Id, P.B.— Enos WUliams 

Repairers. 

Gambo — George Saunders 
Gambo Branch — Joseph Saunders 

Glenwood 

Grand Lake — W. H. Pcnnell 
Grand Falls — Hedley Whitemarsh 
Harbor Breton — Peter HoUey 
Hermitage Cove — Matthew Francis 
King's Point— Philip E. Lush 
Little River — Thomas Skeard 



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Repairers. 

Long Harbor — Joha Saunders, sr. 
Millertown Junction— Alphaeus 

Brown 
Norris' Arm — Frederick Perry. 
Peter's River — John Gibbons 
Placentia — John Hartigan 
Point Leamington — Jonas Rice, 

Samuel Pelley 
Port aux Basques — Wm. Sheaves 
Port Blandford— Edward Peddle 



Repairers. 

Robert's Arm — Mark Kowsell 
Salvage — Barnabas Moss 
Springdale — John Matthews 
St. George's — Frank White 
St. John's — John Doyle 
Terenceville — Robert Clark 
Trepassey — Georite Curtis 
Trinity — Frederick Hunt 
Wesley ville — Samuel MuUett 
Whit bourne — Michael Kehoe 



Tariff between the foregoing offices : — Twenty cents for ten words and 
two cents for each additional word. Five figures to go as one word. 

Cable Connection. 

The Government Postal Telegraph Cable between Port aux Basques, 
Nfld., and Canso, N. S., connects at the latter place with the Commercial 
Cable Company, which has five cables in operation across the Atlantic. 

Other connections are : — The Commercial Pacific Cable Company > 
Thfl British Postal Telegraphs ; The German Atlantic Cable Company ; 
The Halifax and Bermuda Cable Company; The Direct West India Cable 
Company; The Postal Telegraph Cable Co. (of America); The C. P. R. 
Telegraphs; The Marconi Wireless Telegraph System. 

New Cable to South America. 

Vice 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 Comi)any has opened an All-Submarine Caole 
Route from New York direct to Havana. Cablegrams for Cuba and other 
West India Islands should be filed with the Nfld. Postal Telegraphs. 

Nig-ht Lettergrams. 

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

Night Lettergrams are accepted at St. John's offices for Canada and 
LTnited States and by the Commercial Cable Company or any of the New- 
foundland Cable connections in the United States and Canada for all 
Postal Telegraph Offices in Newfoundland. They must be written in 
plain English, Codes or Cipher words not being permitted. 



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Steamers Licensed by the Postmaster General operated on the Labrador 
Coast and Island by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., of 
Canada, and names of Coast Stations. 



Name. 


Owner. 


Bloodhound 


Baine Johnston. 


Cabot 


Newfoundland Produce Company. 


Diana 


Job Brothers & Company. 


Eric 


Bowring Brothers. 


Fiona 


Newfoundland Customs. 


Fogota 


Newfoundland Produce Company. 


Kyle 


Reid Newfoundland Company. 


Lady Sybil 


Newfoundland Produce Company. 


Meigle 


Reid Newfoundland Company. 


Neptune 


Job Boolhers & Company. 


Ranger 


Bowring Brothers. 


Sagona 


Newfoundland Produce Company. 


Terra Nova 


Bowring Brothers. 


Viking 


Bowring Brothers. 


Name of Coast Station. 


Eiituation. 


Ameiiean Tickle 


Labrador North. 


Bell Isle 


North Newfoundland near Straits. 


Battle Harbor 


Labrador Straits. 


Cape Harrison 


Labrador North. 


*Cape Race 


Nfld., 50 miles South of St. John's. 


*Cape Ray 


Newfoundland South. 


Domino 


Labrador North. 


*Fogo 


Newfoundland North. 


Grady 


Labrador North. 


Holton 


Labrador North. 


Makkovik 


Labrador North. 


*PointRiche ... 


Newfoundland Straits. 


Smokey Tickle 


Labrador Noith. 


Venison Islanx 


Labrador North. 



^■Connected by land v» 
Nova, Scotia, and Commer 
Postal Lines. 



ith Nfld. Postal Telegraph and Cable to Canso, 
cial Cable Co., St. John's, via Newfoundland 



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SUPERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION. 

For Church of England Schools— W. W. Blackall, B.A. 

Assistant -S. C. Thompson, A. A. 
For Roman Catholic Schools (Island, excluding Diocese of Har. Grace) 
—Vincent P. Burke, M.A., LL.D. 

For Roman Catholic Schools, Diocese of Harbor Grace — (Vacant). 
For Methodist Schools — Rev. Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D. 

Assistant — E. Lodge, A.A. 
For Salvation Army Schools — Major W. H. Cave. 
Inspector of Presbyterian Schools— Rev. J. S. Sutherland, M.A. 
Inspector of Congregatiotial Schools — Rev. W. H. Thomas. 

COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION. 

President — W. W. Blackall, Esq., B.A., Church of Englatid Superin- 
tendent of Education. 

Vice-Presidents — Vincent Burke, M.A., LL.D., Roman Catholic Su- 
perintendent of Education ; Rev. L. Curtis, M.A., D.D., Methodist 
S^iperintendent of Education. 

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

S. C. Thompson, Esq., A. A., Assistant Superintendent of Education 
(Chwch of England). 

Ezra Lodge, Esq., A. A., Assistant Superintendent of Education 
(Methodist). 

R. R. Wood, Esq., B.A., Head Master of Bishop Feild College. 

Rev. J. B. Ryan, Head Master of St. Bonaventure' s College. 

S. T. Harrington, Esq., M.A., Head Master of Methodist College. 

W. M. Butt, Esq., Headmaster of Presbyterian College. 

Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. Hon. Mr. Justice Kent, B.A. 

Major VV. H. Cave, S.A. W. F. Lloyd, Esq., LL.B., D.C.L. 

D. J. Davies, Esq., B.Sc, F.C.S. C. MacPherson, Esq., M.D., CM. 

Rev. Canon Feild. Rev. T. A. Prendergast. 

J. Fenelon, Esq. Rev. M. C. Ryan. 

Rev. M. Fenwick, D.D. Rev. P. V. Strapp. 

Rev. W. P. Finn. Rev. S. J. Whelan, D D. 

Mrs. W. G Gosling. Hon. R. Watson. 

J. G. Green, Esq., B.Sc. J. W\ Withers, Esq. 

A. House, Esq. S. P. Whiteway, Esq. 

C. H. Hutchings, Esq., K.C. ^ 

Secretary and Registrar — Andrew Wilson. 



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INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND 
IN NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Church of England College. 

Visitor : 
His Excellency the Governor. 

Directors : 
The Right Kev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, Chairman, ex officio. 



Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. 
" Canon White, 
" Canon Smart, R.D., 
" Edgar Jones, Ph.D. 
" Henry Uphill, 

Sir Joseph Outerbridge, 

Hon. M. G. Winter, 
" John Harvey, 
" Robert Watson, 
" George Knowling, 
" J. R. Bennett, 

A. J. Harvey, Esq., 



J. W. Withers, Esq., 

W. S. Monroe, Esq., 

W. B. Grieve, Esq., 

W. R. Warren, Esq., K.C. 

B. E. S. Dunfield, Esq., B.A., 

Tasker Cook, Esq., 

W. E. Wood, Esq., K.C, 

John S. Munn, Esq., 

J. A. Clift, Esq., I K.C, 

John Browning, Esq., 

G. W. B. Ayre, Esq., 

Eric R. Bowring Esq. 



Staff : 



Boys' Depaitment. 
Bishop Feild College. 

Headmaster— K. R. Wood, B.A. (Cambridge). 

Assistant Masters — A. E. Bernard (London), A, A. (Prizeman), [on 
leave of absence with the Newfoundland Regiment]; Geo. House, A. A. ; 
H. W. F. Blackall (London) ; I. J. Samson, A.A. ; Arthur Raley (on 
leave of absence with the Nfld. Regt.); V. Cluett, A.A. ; J. Scammell. 

Preparatory Department — Miss Steed, A.A. ; Miss Wills. 

Music— Yi. W. Stirling, L.L.C.M. 

Manual Training — I. J. Samson. 

Visiting Chaplains — Rev. Canon White, Rev. Dr. Jones, Rev. J, 
Brinton. 

Girls' Department. 

Bishop Spencer College. 

Principal — Miss Stirling. 

Assistants— Miis Rose Carmichael, M.A. (Edin.); Miss M. Worrall, 
A.A. ; Miss A. Smeeton ; Miss E. Collins, A A. ; Miss Somerton, A.A. 
Primary Department— Miss Dunfield, A.A. ; Miss V. Hayward, A.A. 
Draiving — Miss Kathleen Kelly. 
Needlework— yiiss Bremner. 
Music— B.. W. Stirling, L.L.C.M. 



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Board of Examiners for Granting Certificates of Qualification 

to Teachers. 
Chairman — W. W. Blackall, Superintendent of Education. 

Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. S. C. Thompson, A. A. 

Kev. Canon Noel, K.D. Rev. Canon White. 

Colonial and Continental Church Society, Incorporated I852. 
Patron. — His Most Gracious Majesty the King. 

Vice-Patrons — His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, His Grace 
tlie Archbishop of York, His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh, and nearly 
all the Bishops of the Church of England. 

Corresponding Committee in Newfoundland. 
(Incorporated.) 
President — The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Newfoundland. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. 

Hon. Sir W. H. Horwood, Hon. Dr. Skelton, 

Rev. Canon Smith, J. A. Clift, K. C. 

Rev. Canon White, Alexander J. Harvey, 

Rev. Canon Colley, R.D. Hon. G. Knowling, 

S. C. Thompson (Inspector). J. A. Winter. 

Central Training Schools. 
Principal — Miss M. Purchase (Acting.) 

Assistants — Miss A. Torraville, Miss D. Colton, Miss N. Pike. 
Matron of Pupil Teachers' Home — Mrs. Godden. 

Boards of Education (Alphabetically arranged. ) 

1. Bbrachoix— Rev. A. E. Butler, Chairman; Thomas Legge (Robin- 
son's Head), John E. Morris (Crabbe's Brook), G. N. Shears (Ciabbe's Bk), 
Thomas Gale (Robinson's), R. T. Legge (Cartyville), Alan Shears, Arch. 
McKay, Jeremiah Chaffey. 

2. Bareneed — Nathan Newell, Chairman; John Seeley, William 
Richards, Stephen Boone, Thos. G. Batten, William N. Batten, Rev D 
R. Bailey, B.A. 

3. Earr'd Islands and Job Baits Arm— Rev. F. P. Law, (T^ir- 
ma?i ; Alex. Coffin, jr. (Joe Batt's Aim), George Foster (BarrVl Islands), 
Joseph Cull (Shoal Bay), Simon Brett (Joe Ball's Arm), Abram Godwin 
(Barr'd Islands), Arthur Coffin (Joe Ball's Arm), Elijah Cull (Barr'd Isld) 
James Coffin. 

4. Battle Harbour— Rev. W. K. Pitcher, Chairman ; John Brad- 
bury, George Smith, Noah Rumbolt (Trap Cove), John Stone (Henley Hr. 
Lorenzo Pye (Cape Charles). 

5. Bat-de-Verde— Rev. H. K. Gilbert, Chairman ; Stephen Blundon, 
Thomas Cull (Caplin Cove), William J. Meadus (Grate's Cove), M. Blun- 
don, John Keats, John C. Emberley. 



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6. Bat of Islands— Rev. H. Petley, Chairman; Moses Sheppard, 
(Lark Harbor), George Wheeler (Frenchman's Cove), James T. Thome, 
(Curling), U. N. Bagg (Curling), A. Barrett (Curling), A. Brake (Meadows), 
G. Arnott (Humbermouth), George Davis (Summerside.) 

7. Rat Robert8— Rev. A. B. S. Stirling, Chairman ; G. W. Jardine, 
Robert Dawe, William Mercer, Bethlehem Mercer, D. Q. Fraser, Arthur 
Meuchoins, A. M. Calpin. 

8 Belleoraii — Rev. G. S. Templeton, Chairman ; F. Curnew, L. 
A. McCuish, Dr. Fitzgerald (St. Jacques), S. L. Young (St. Jacques), Geo. 
Coffin (Rencontre), G. T. Bond (Stone's Gove), Levi Barnes (Har. Mille), 
Wm. J. Banfield (Bay L' Argent.) 

9. Bell Island — Rev. J. Stead, Chairman; William Bennett, George 
Parsons, William Rees, sr., Charles Foote. 

10. BoNAViSTA— Rev. A. G. Bayly, M.A., Chairman; Robert Ford, 
John Locker, William Miles, Daniel Fifield, John S. Rowsell, Levi Tem- 
pleman, Hugh Abbott. 

11. Bonne Bat — Rev. Geo. H. Maidment, Chairman; G. W. Wilton, 
T. A. Garcin, D. Galliott, Walter Young (Birchy Head), John E. Roberts, 
(Bonne Bay), William Prebble (Woody Point), S. Taylor, George Caines, 
(Norris Point.) 

12. BoTWOOD — Rev. M. K. Gardner, Chairman; J. W. Aitken, H. 
Burt, James Inder, James Ludlovir (Indiaa Point), James Beaton, Edward 
L. Oake. 

13. Brigds — Rev. E. K. H. Caldwell, C/iairmotn; Samuel E. Chafe, 
George Rutland, John Bishop (Burnt Head), Samuel Morgan (Burnt 
Head), Captain M. Birtlett, William Curnew. 

14. Brookltn — Rev. E. Nichols, Chairman ; Levi Prince (Seal Cove), 
Albert Stares, Abram Penny (Canning's Gove), William Fry (Indian Arm), 
John Prince (Southern Bay), James Gldford, James Quintcn, Christopher 
Haines (Jamestown.) 

15. Burgeo — Rev. Edgar H. Fletcher, Chairman ; John Cunningham, 
Philip Dicks, George Samways, Thomas Moulton, Rupert C. Matthews, 
Robert Moulton, Rev. G. Robins. 

16. Burin— Rev. A. T. Tulk, Chairman; William Paul, George A. 
Bartlett, Frank LeFeuvre, Lawrence Cheesemen (Port aux Bras), Samuel 
Bennett (Poit aux Bras), Henry Brown (Rock Harbor^, Henry Stevens 
(Mortier Bay). 

17. Bdrnt Islands — Rev. G. Elliott, Chairman; James Chalk, John 
Meade, sr., Abram Keeping, John King, jr., Jos. Willis. 

18. Carbonear — Rev. C. W. Hollands, 0/iam?ia?i; Mo-^es Earle, C. 
Frampton, L. Pike, Joseph E. Colbourne, William Thorns, Thos. Marks. 

19. Catalina — Rev. G. S. Chamberlain, Chairman; Dougald White, 
Samuel Mifflen, Wm. White, John Raymond, sr., Albert Haynes, Edward 
G. Stone, Capt. Ronald House. 

20. Champnets , Chairman; B. Day (Champ- 

neys Arm), Mark Dewling, Thomas Goldsworthy, Wm. Batson (English 
Harbor). 



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21. Change Islands — Rev. J. Prescott, Chairman; F. C. Earle, 
Thomaa Scammell, George Elliott, Arthur Scammell, W. J. Torraville, 
Louis Hyde. 

22. Channel— Rev. H. J. Read, Cliairman; P. T. Clement, Jamea 
Jeans (Cape Ray), Emmanuel Pike, C. T. James, H. H. Mackay, Dominic 
LeFresne (Isle aux Mort.s). 

23. CoDROY— Rev. H. J. Read, Chairman; Wm. Fiander, George B. 
Collier, George Ball, Wm. A. Parsons. 

24. Colby's Point— W. H. Greenland, Chairman; Capt. John Kelly, 
Capt. John Smith, Wm. Russell, of Wm., Joseph Batten, Wm. Parsons 
(Country Path), Capt. Nathaniel Parsons (Country Path), William Morgan, 
of Abram, Rev. E. Hunt. 

25. Exploits — 

26. Flower's Cove— Rev. J. T. Richards, Chairman; Sam. Coombs 
(Ferrole Point), Thomas Sheppard (Brig Bay), Abraham Gibbons (Current 
Island), Isaac Genge (Deadman's Cove), John Way (Savage Cove), George 
Cains (Shoal Cove East), John Noseworthy (G. I Brook). 

27. Fogg— Rev. J. 0. Britnell, Chairman ; James Jones, Samuel Har- 
nett (Seldom), Richard Hynes (Indian Islands), Gilbert Payne, Thomas 
Hellings (Eastern Tickle), Ambrose Payne, E. E. Hyde. 

28. FoRTEAU— Rev. J. T. Richards, Cliairman; William Dumaresq 
(Lanse au Clair j, Wm. Flynn (Forteau), John Linstead (Lanse au Loup), 
John Fowler (Capstan Island), Arthur Dovey (East St. Modeste). 

29. Fox Trap— Long Pond— Rev. Canon Colley, Chairman; James 
Ridout (Long Pond), James J. Dawe (Long Pond), Job Ridout (Long 
Pond West), Wm. James Butler (Fox Trap). 

30. Gander Bay— Rev. T. Prescott, Chairman ; Benjamin N. Torra- 
ville (Victoria Cove), Frank Simms (Man Point), John Payne (Clarke's 
Head, South Side), Charles Francis (Clarke's Head, North Side), Hezekiah 
Gillingham (Clarke's Head, North Side), Geo. Vater (Victoria Cove). 

31. Garnish— Rev. A. Tulk, Chairman; Charles Marsh, Thomas 
Moulton, Richard Grandy, Ambrose Tapper (Frenchman's Cove), Charles 
William Anstey. 

32. Grand Falls— 

33. Greenspond— Rev. I. J. Par?ons, Chairman; Peter Carter, Eli 
Rodgers (Fair Islands), J. A. Matthews (Silver Hair Island), Job Collins 
(New Har.), S. Blandford, John Dowden, Abraham Bagg, Reginald Edgar. 

34. Habbor Breton— Rev. R. F. Mercer, Chairman; J. J. Rose, J. 
Jensen, T. Jensen, Wm. Sodereaux, C. Way, S.M,, Jerry Petite. 

35. Harbor Bcffett— Rev. A. Shorter, Chairman; Thomas Collett, 
John Marshall, Henry Burton, Thomas Wakely (Haystack), Geo. Rodway 
(Mussel Harbor Arm). 

36. Harbor Grace— Rev. Canon Noel, Chairman; William Titford 
Thomas Ross, George Andrews, Levi L. Chafe, William Ward, Thomas G 
Ford Rev. W. R. J. Higgitt, Rev. Edward Andrews 



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Players, Gramaphone Records, etc. 

37. Harbor Grace South — Rev. Edward Andrews, Chairman ; A. 
Sheppard, Jonathan Shsppard, James P. Shute, Clement Noel. 

38. Heart's Content— Rev. F. Smart, CUiairman ; G. E. Charlton, 
Dr. A. R. Anderson, George E. Young, George Mallam, James Wilcox, J. 
Parrott, of Peter, (Winterton), Luke Pittman, J.P. ; Rev. C. M. Stickings, 
James Wilcox, John Parrott, of Peter. 

39. Hermitage— Rev. W. R. Courage, Chairman; Charles Mead, W. 
R. Andrews (Gaultois), E. E. Bulley (Pass Island), John W. Kelland (Bay 
D'Espoir), Robert Rose (Dawson's Cove . 

40. Herring Neck — Rev. Llewellyn Godden, Chairman; John W. 
Holwell, Alfred Kearley (Sunnyside), Robert Batt (Ship Island), George 
Mercer (Boyd's Cove), Stephen Miles (Salt Harbor), Ellas Stuckey (Green's 
Cove). 

41. Kelligrews — Rev. Canon Colley, Chairman; Arch. Morgan 
(Indian Pond), Jacob H. Lear (Seal Cove), George Kelly (Lance Cove), 
Garland Andrews (Upper Gullies), Isaac LeDrew (Kelligrews), Reuben 
Butler (Middle Bight), John Greeley (Qreeleytowu). 

42. King's Cove— Rev. S. A. Dawson, Chairman ; Edward Penney 
(Keels), Eli Bowen (Red Cliff), Jas. McB. Fitzgerald, Aubrey Brown. 

43. Lamaline — Rev. Hugh Kirby, Chairman ; Hy. Haskell (Lamaline 
West), Hy. Bonnell (Lamaline East), Llewellyn Hillier (Point aui Gauls), 
Cyrus J. Pittman, J. P., (Lamaline West), Stephen King. 

44. New Harbor — Rev. T. P. Upward, Chairman; F. Woodman, 
Fred. Moore (Dildo), James Smith (Old Shop), Enoch Reid (Green's Har.), 
Leander Drover (Whiteway), Robert Pretty (South Dildo), Richard Hillier 
(Spread Eagle). 

45. Newtown — Rev. J £. Hiscock, B.A., Chairman; James Parsons, 
Charles Hounsell (Pound Covet, Stanley Gill, Hubeit Blacknure (Pin- 
chard's Island), Noah Gill. 

46. Norman's Cove , Chairman ; Robert Smith, 

Thomas Smith, Charles Warren (Chapel Arm), Thomas White (Long Cove), 
John Clarke, Caleb White. 

47. Petty Harbor— Rev. J. Hewitt, Chairman; H. C. Winsor (Aqua- 
forte), Alan Chafe (Goulds), H. W. Chafe (Goulds), Alan B. Williams, 
(Goulds), Allen Ruby. 

48. Pool's Island — Rev. W. J. Leggo, Chairman; Jacob Oakley, 
(Wesleyville), Captain S. R. Winsor (Badger Quay), Lewis Weeks, Aaron 
Gillingham (Safe Harbor), Jacob Attwood (N. W. Arm), Peter House, F. 
Hoskins, Jesse Brown (Badger Quay), Kenneth Knee (Badger's Quay), J. 
Preston (Valleyfield), Cornelius Knee (Safe Harbor), Joseph Knee (Badger's 
Quay.) 

49. Port-de-Grave — Rev. D. R. Bailey, B.A., Chairman ; Samuel 
Christopher, Henry Charles Bishop, George Dawe, J. P., George Morgan, 
(Blow-me-down.) 

50. Port Rexton — Rev. A. Pittman, Chairman; Dr. T. C. Fitzgerald, 
(Trinity East), James Randell, Joseph Bailey, Patrick Bannister (Trinity 
East), John Guppy, Arthur Watts, Joseph Butler, 



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51. Portugal Cote— Rev. A. E. E. Legge, Chairman; Ed. Somerton, 
Nathan Miller, Solomon King, er., Albert Squires (St. Philip's.) 

52. Pouch Covk — Rev. C. Jefferj, Chairman; George R. Sullivan, 
Rohert Williams, Ernest Codner (Torbay), Albert Grouchy. 

53. PusHTHROUGH — Rev. Q. Hall, M.A., Chairman ; Samuel Q. Camp, 
William Webb, sr., (Rencontre), Theodore Parsons (New Harbor), Robert 
Durnford (Francois), Stephen Spence (West Cul de Sac), Thomas Barter, 
sr., (Cape La Hune.) 

54. Railway [Central] — 

55. Random — Rev. W. A. Butler, Chairman ; Geo. Vey, John Clarke, 
William Peddle, Edmund Benson, Edwin Luther (Bay Bulls Arm), Isaac 
J. Smith. 

56. Rose Blanche— Rev. G. Elliott, CAarVman ; Thomas Horwood, 
(Harbor LeCou), James LeMoine, Arthur Moore, Charles Ridout (Harbor 
Le Cou), John Garciu, Richard Furneaux, Wm. Buffett (Diamond Cove), 
Ambrose Oakley. 

57. St. Anthony — Rev. N. G. Vivian, Chairman ; Geo. Penny (Cape 
Norman), Luke Elms (Griguet), Sam. Kinsella (St. Carol's), Noah Simms, 
(St. Anthony), George Reid (Lock's Cove), Fred. OUerhead, JNath. Decker, 
(Wild Bight), Nath. Dawe (Ireland Bight), Rev. Eric S. Tarrant. 

58. St. John's — The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland, Chairman; Rev. 
J. Brintou, Sceretary ; Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A., Sir J. Outerbridge, J. W. 
Withers, Hon. Dr. Skelton, Sir E. R. Bowring, William Churchill, George 
J. Adams, Eli Dawe, P. Knowling, Rev. H. Uphill, Rev. Canon White, 
Frank E. Rendell, Rev. Edgar Jones, M.A., Ph.D., Rev. A. Clayton, Lit.D. 

59. Salmon Cove— Rev. F. Severn, Chairman ; Wm. Hussey (South 
River), Christopher Morgan, William J. Morgan (The Broads), Joseph 
Coveyduck ('Juniper Stump), William Fillier (North River j, William 
Andrews (South River.) 

60. Salvage — Rev. A. E. Tulk, B.A., Chairman ; Lewis Squire (Sal- 
vage Bay), William Martin (St. Chad's^, John Bibatock ('Sailor''? Island,) 
Richard Oldford (Squid Tickle), Baxter G. Oldford, Kenneth Brown, Hy. 
J. Oldford, Eli Turner (Happy Adventure), John Matchim. 

61. Samson — Job Lane, Chairman; Arthur Samson, Wm. Hallett, 
James Saunders (Gooseberry Islands), Rev. A. E. Tulk, B.A , Eli Ralph. 

62. Sandwich Bay — Rev. Henry Gordon, Chairman; James Payne, 
Freeman Saunders (Cartwright) Samuel Learning (Dove Brook), Alfonzo 
Learning (Paradise), Alfred Brown (Separation Point.) 

63. Sandy Point— Rev. E. A. Butler, Chairman ; William Morris, 
(Seal Rocks), Alfred Martin, Martin Pieroway, John Renouf, sr., H. H. 
Haliburton (St. George'sj, M. C. Messervey, J. Hynes (Port au Portj, C. 
Parsons, Wilfred LeRoui. 

64. Shearstown , Chairman; Moses Earle, John 

Badcock, Martin Sharpe, James Titford, Albert Earle. 

65. Smith's Sound— Rev. Hugh Facey, B.A., Chairman; J. Duffett, 
(Burgoyne's Cove_), Wm. Frampton (White Rocksj, Benj. Bugden (Lance 



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Cove), John Garrlner fSnook's Brook^, John Baker ^Snook's Har.), Noah 
George (Foster's Point, j 

66. Spaniard's Bay — Rev. E. Clench, Chairman ; Jeese Gosse, B. 
B. Squires, Abraham Sheppard, Josiah Neil (West End^, Wm. Smith (East 
End), William Brown, Nath. Drover. 

67. Tack's Bkach — Rev. E. Humphries, Chairman ; James Brown, 
jr., John Rodway (Baine Harbor), Joseph Lockyer (Isle Valen), J. Smith, 
(Boat Harbor.) 

68. Tilt Covi— Rev. W. H. Mackay, Chairman ; S. J. Blackler, 
(Nipper's Harbor), Joseph Harding (Shoe Cove), Robert Coombs (Round 
Harbor), Geo. H. Furneaux, Elias White (Indian Burying Place), William 
Cunningham. 

69. Topsail — Rev. Canon Netten, Chairman ; Ed. Smith (Manual's), 
Eli Hiscock [Chamberlains], James K. Bursell, David Lynch [Paradi«e], 
Alex. Squires, (ChamberLuns). 

70. Trinity— Rev. H. V. Whitehouse, Chairman; Noah Miller [New 
Bonaventure], Noah Gardner [British Harbor], E. T. Granger, James 
Johnson, W. G. Hodder [Ireland's Eye], S. Hussey, F. Somerton, J. P., 
William White, Henry G. Burnell. 

71. TwiLLiNOATE — , Chairman; John White, 

Henry Spencer [Davis Cove], Wm. House, Arthur Ashbourne [Twillingate 
South], Arthur Manuel, J. P., Arthur Colbourne, Waltar Taylor. 

72. Upper Island Cove— Rev. E. E. Rusted, C/iair«ian ; J. T. Jones, 
Nathaniel Crane, Henry Y"etman [Bryant's Cove.] 

73. Whitbournb — Rev. J. G. Cragg, Chairman; E. Noseworthy, 
Hezekiah Mercer, William Kennedy, jr., George Sparkes. 

74. White Bay — Rev. C. Wood, Chairman ; Luke Gale, wr. [River- 
head], Thos. Robinson [Se»l Core], Andrew Rice [Bear Cove], John Ford, 
[Jackson's Arm], Peter Rendell [Duggau's Cove], John Elgar [Hr. Deep], 
Thomas Pittman [Sopp's Island], Rev. M. H. W. Seeley. 

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Arch-Diocese of St. John's. 



St. Bonaventure'8 College. 
Bsard of Directors : 
The Most Rev. E. P. Roche, D.D., Archbishop of St. John's. 
Right Rev. J. March, D.D. James P. Howley, Esq., F.G S. 

Right Rev. M. F. Power, D.D. Hon. J. D. Ryan, M.L.C. 

Right Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, Kt., Hon. M. P. Cashin, M.H.A. 

P.C., K.C.M.G., K.C., LLD., D.C.L. Hon. Mr. Justice Kent, B.A. 
Thomas Edens, Esq. Very Rev. J. McDermott, B.A. 

Principal — Rev. Bro. J. B. Ryan. 

Masters- Rev. Bros. Prendcrgast, Strapp, Kelly, Fennessey, White, 
O'Snllivan, Perry, O'Connell. 

Professor of Music and Elocution— Ch&x\fi% Button, Esq. 



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Board of Examiners ; 
Rev. J. Ashley, S.T.L., P.P. 
Rev. Bro. J. B. Ryan. 
V. P. Burke, 'iA. A. ,'Lh.'D.,G.^.^., Superintendent Education Island, 

excluding Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

St. Patrick's Schools, St. John's. 

Committee of Management : 
Officers of the Benevoleat Irish Society, ex officio. 
Clergy, members of the Society. 
Thirteen members, elected annually. 
Chairma7i — J. P. Crotty. 
Secretary — Alan Doyle. 
Teachers — The Christian Brothers. 

Holy Cross Schools, Riverhead. 
Teachers — The Christain Brothers. 



Convent Schools, Diocesk of St. John's, 



St. John's- 



Cath. Square, Taught by 13 Nuns Whittle's Bay.. 

Riverhead . . " 12 " Ferryland 

9 " Renews 

4 " Trepassey . . , 

4 " Sf Mary's... 

11 " Placentia . . . 

Burin 

4 " St. Lawrence. 



Torbay Taught by 5 Nuns. 



Riverhead 
Military Road 
Belvidere 
St. Vincent . . 
Littledal* Aca. 
VVaterford Br'ge 
School 



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5 
5 
3 
3 
5 
3 
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Boards of Education. 



1. St. John's— Most Rev. Archbishop Roche, Chairman ; F. J. Morris, 
K.C. ; Hon. Mr. Justice Kent, B.A. 

2. Torbay— Rt. Rev. J. J. St. John, Chairman; Samuel Gosse, Jos- 
Maher, William Shea, Joseph Brien. 

3. Portugal Coye— Rev. Thos. Gough, P.P., Chairman ; Thomas 
Hanlon, Peter Neary, Mich. Stapleton, Thos. White, Edwd. Gladney, jr. 

4. Bell Island— Rev. J. J. McGrath, P.P., Chairman; Andrew 
Murphy, John Connors, James Hammond, William Stoyles, John Kehoe, 
Peter Kent, William Fitzgerald, Martin Kavanagh. 

5. Topsail— Rev. P. Kelley, Chairman; Thomas Dwyer, John Flan- 
nery, Patrick Walsh, A. A Chisholm, M.D. 

6. Petty Harbor— Rev. R. Tierney, P.P., Chairman; Jos. Chafe, 
Henry Walsh, William Hewlett, sr. 

7. Whittle's Bay— Kev. P. J. O'Brien, P.P., Chairman; Michael 
Burke, Aiden O'Driscoll, Joseph F. Williams. 

8. Tor's CoYE-Rev. C. A. McCarthy, P.P., Chairman; John Fitz- 
gerald, Edward Fortune, Michael Melvin. 



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9. Ferryland— Rev. L. Vereker, P.P., Chairman; E. Condon, P. 
Power, James Devereaux, Thomas Coatello. 

10. Renews —Very Rev. Dean Doutney, P.P., Chairman; J. J. 
Edstrom, James Fowler, Arthur O'Leary, Lawrence Lawlor. 

11. Trepassky— Rev. Wm. O'Flaherty, P.P., Chairman; M. Ken- 
nedy, D. O'Leary, M. Ryan, James Fenley. 

12. St. Mary's— Rev. S. O'DriscoU, P.P., Chairman; D. Daley, 
William Hogan, M.D., Peter St. Croix, Edward Walsh, J. Power, M. 
Lundrigan. 

13. St. Joseph's (Salmonier)— Rev. J. Rawlins, P.P., Chairman; 
M. McDonald, Joseph Gough, James White, Edward Rohan, P. J. Cor- 
mack, jr., Michael McDonald, Francis Daley, A. Gough. 

14. St. Bride's— Rev. M. McGuire, P.P., Chairman; A. Power, 
John Edward Conway, Jas. Young, Anthony Lundrigan, Geo. McGra<-h, 
John W. English. 

15. Placentia— Rt. Rev. Mongr. Reardon, P.P., Chairman; Patr'k 
Keefe, James Collins, Maurice Power, Ed. O'Reilly, John C. McDonald, 
M.D., Wm. Green, of James. 

16. Argentia— Rev. John Ashley, P.P., Chairman: James Davis, 
E. P. Houlihan, John Dunphy, John McGrath, Thos. Kelly. 

17. Placentia, West— Rev. A. Fyme, P.P., Chairman; Rev. F. 
Cacciola, T. P. Sullivan, J. P., A. Keats. 

18. Burin— Rev. Francis Ryan, P.P., Chairman; R. O'Brien, John 
O'Neill. 

19. Marystown— Rev. E. G. Wilson, Chairman; James Flynn, 
Thomas Dober (Spanish Room), Thomas Power (Little Bay), John Nor- 
man, Thomas Millea. 

20. St. Lawrence— Rev. A. J. Maher, P.P., Chairman; Michael 
Vavasour, David Ceilings, James Fleming. 

Diocese of St. George. 

Convent Schools. 

St. Jacques — Taught by five Nuns. 
St. George — Taught by four Nuns. 

Boards of Education. 

21. St. Jacques— Rev. George H. Hawkins, P.P., Chairman ; D. J. 
Burke, James Pine, Nicholas Hartigan, John Perrot, P. J. McEvoy. 

22. Harbor Breton— Rev. S. St. Croix, P.P., Chairman ; J . Smith, 
James Gorman, Rev. A. Nolan, George Penney, J. P., Hugh Coady, Alf. 
Peters. 

23. CODROY— Right Rev. Andrew Sears, V.G., P.P., Chairman;!). 
Mclsaac, Archie Mclsaac, Edwin Gillis, Alexander Gale, John Ryan, J. 
Doyle. 

24. St. George's— Rev. P. Carroll, Chairman ; R. McDonald, J.P., 
John McLellan, Peter Alexander, Kenneth White. 



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25. Stephenville — Rev. P. F. Adams, P.P., Chairman ; D. Alex- 
andre, David Schump, Paul Gadon, Caliste White. 

26. Port au Port — Rev. James Joy, P.P., Chairman ; A. Mclsaac, 
A. S. Campbell, Henry Duffenais, Jas. Joy, P. O'Quinu, A. Lainez. 

27. LOUEDES — Rev. R. F. Pineault, P.P., Chairman ; Jos. Briand, 
Jos. Dutfernais, Ed. Bosseau, John Laine. 

28. Bay of Islands— Very Rev. Dean O'Rourke, P.P., Chairman; 
William Hearn, Patrick Connell, Wm. H. Tracey, John Buckle, Joseph 
Guy, David Barry, Terence McCarthy. 

29. INNISHMARA- Rev. Stephen Callan, P.P., Chairman; Timothy 
Costello, Michael Hackett, sr., James Connolly, John Fitzpatrick. 

30. Bonne Bay — Rev. J. Andrew Nolan, P.P., Chairman ; E. L. 
Goff, J. P., Romeo Breton, James T. Hollahan, Nicholas Moxley. 

Diocese of Harbor Grace. 



Harbor Main. .Taught by 9 Nuns 
Harbor Grace . . " 6 " 



Conception Har,. .Taught by 5 Nuns. 
Carbonear .. " 9 " 



Boards of Education. 

31. HOLYROOD— Rev. W. P. Finn, P.P., Chairman ; ^s . Kennedy, 
James Carroll, James Quinlan, Edward Rutler, John Hicks. 

32. Harbor Main— Rev. R. M. Shechan, P.P., Chairman; Thomas 
Strapp, Thomas Hawcj, Lawrence Kennedy, Tim. Sullivan, E. Murray, 
J. P., Patrick Flynn. 

33. Avondale— Rev. R. M. Sheeban, P.P., Chairman: Bi. W. E. 
Jones, Patrick O'Brien, Wm. Aspell, John Devereux. 

34. Conception Harbor— Right Rev. Mous. Veitch, P.P., Chair- 
man ; Moses Lewis (of James), Joseph Kenney (Kitchues), G. sVhelan, sr. 
Thomas McGrath, sr. 

35. Beigus— Rev. Dr. Murphy, P.P., Chairman; Patrick Brophy, 
Patrick Delaney, Thomas Fowlow (of N.), Charles McHugh (of Charles), 
Thomas Delaney, William Burke (William). 

38. North River— Rev. S. J. Whelan, D.D., P.P., Chairman: Jas. 
Seward, jr., John Dawson, Patrick Delaney (Patrick), Martin Neville, 
Joseph Gorman, Isaac Hall. 

37. Harbor Grace and Carbonear— Right Rev. Dr. March, Chair- 
man ; Monsignor McCarthy, Rev- J. J. Walker, John Casey, J.p'., Wm. 
Maddigan, Michael Stapleton, Thomas Walsh, Patrick Hogan, J. Jones. " 

38. Northern Bay— Rev. E. O'Brien, Chairt?ian ; Edward F. Mur- 
phy, Richard Colbert, Michael Doyle. James March, Wm. O'Flaherty, 
P. L. Fahey, John Lynch, John Hayden. 

39. Bay-de-Verde— Rev. Joseph V. Donnelly, P .P., Chairman; 
James Moore, John O'Neill, Thomas Hyde, Jeremiah'Broderick, Thomas 
Moore (of James.) 

40. Trinity South— Rev. J. F. Ka\ anagh. Chairman : Alexander J. 
Saunders, M. Williams, Joseph M. Curran, Andrew Kelly. 

41. Grand Falls— Rev. Wm. Finn, P.P., Chairman; P. J. Griffin 
Alphonsua Duggan, W. Walsh, S, Hanuaford. ' 



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41. Trinity Bay North— Rev. M. P. Dwyer, P.P., Chairman ; 
John Murpl y, Jeremiah Connell, John White, J. P., Callahan Scanlan, 
Nicholas Ryan. 

42. Trinity Bay West— Rev. Wm. M. Tarahan, P.P., Chairman; 
Wm. Flynn, M. Lawlor, Wm. Power: Thos. Leonard, Wm. Donnelly. 

43. BoNAVlSTA South — Rev. John Scully, P.P., Chairman ; Dr. G. 
C. LeVisconte, E. J. Ryan, Thomas Walsh, jr., L, Ducey, E. Neill, W. 
Barker, F. Hartery, R. Lawton, Thomas Murphy, Charles Lane, John 
Furlong, John Tobin. 

44. BoNAVlSTA North — Rev. J. G. Mackay, Chairman ; D. Turner, 
John Furljng, W. P. Ryan, D. Beresford, John Turner (of Abm), Thos. 
Kane. 

45. FOGO — Rev. Dr. Jones, Chairman ; John Foley, P. J.Foley, A.J. 
Fitzgerald, Michael Hackett, William Burke, John Burke. 

46. Fortune Harbor — Rev. J. J. Nolan, P.P., Chairman; Richard 
Carroll, J. Hamilton, Ed. Lyver, Michael Lannon, Denis Glavine, Mel. 
Glavine. 

47. Little Bay Chairman: P. Burke, T. M. 

Bouzan, James Norris, Thomas Hearn, Michael Sutton, J. R. Bouaan, 
John Delaney. 

48. Coachman's Cove — Rev. Patrick Hearne, Chairman ; John 
Payne, Jeremiah Sullivan, Patrick Antle, Joseph Bailey. 

49. Conche— Rev. G. A. Thibault, Chairman; John Norris, J. D. 
Fitzgerald, Benjamin Carey, Thomas Drover, sr. 

50. Labrador — Right Rev. John March, D.D., Chairman. 

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Methodist College and Home. 

Principals. T. Harrington, M.A., Jesus College, Oxford. 

Vice-Principal— T . G. Green, B.Sc. (London). 

Assistants, Upper School— E. E. Goodman, Int. B. Sc. (Lon.) ; Miss 
M. Eraser, B.A., Durham; S. P. Whiteway, Matric. Loudon; Miss R. 
Bradbury, Certificated Teacher. 

Model School, Primary and Infant— Miss Fanny Badcock, Certifi- 
cated Teacher ; Miss Clara Thompson, A.A. ; Miss M. Dingle, Truro 
Normal School; Miss Effie Horwood, Matric. London ; Miss Gates, Certi- 
ficated Teacher. 

Music— G. Christian, L.R.A.M., A.T.C.L. 

Drawing— J. Murdoch, A.M C, R.D.S. 

Manual Training — J. Murdoch, A.M.C., R.D.S. 

Training of Pupil Teachers— H. E. Goodman. 

Shorthand and Typeivriting— Miss EfBe Horwood. 

Guardian and Chaplain — T. B. Darby, B.A. 
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Board of Governors. 

Revs. F. K. Matthews, B.A. Kev. T. W. Athinsoa, 

" C. A. Whitemarsh, M.A.,B.D. Arthur Mews, J.P. 

" W. H. Browning, Alfred Penney, J.I'. 

" Levi Curtis, M.A., D.D. Hon. R. K. Bishop, 

" N. M. Guy, M.A. C. P. Ayre, 

" Mark Fenwlck, D.D. G. W. Gushue, J.P. 

" T. B. Darby, B.A. John Leamon, 

" Douglas Hemmeon, B.A. A. \V. Martin, 

" Charles Lench, C. H. Hutchings, K.C. 

" A. A. Holmes, Joseph Peters, 

«' Jabez Saint, S.T.L. Sidney Woods, 

" H. P. Cowperthwaite, D.D. Hon. James Angel, 

" Charles Howse, Andrew Vatcher, J.P. 

" Marry Royle, George A. Butfett, J.P. 

" J. T. Newman, - John Trapnell, J.P. 

" W. T. D. Dunn, R. F. Horwood, 

" William Swann, Albert Soper, 

" James Pincock, J. P. Thompson, J.P. 

Methodist Boards of Education. 

1. St. John's East — Rev. D. Hemmeon, B.A., Chairman: Hon. R. 
K. Bisliop, S. R. March, Hon. S. Milley, JohniLeamon, Rev. G. J. Bond, 
LL.D., A. R. Macpherson, A. Marshall, J. Maunder. 

2. St. John's West— Hon. James Angel, Chairman ; Jesse White- 
way. Frank Steer, Z. Cox, M. A. Bastow, Wm. Whelan, W. Goobie, Josh. 
Burt, Rev. N. M. Guy, M.A., Rev. H. Royle. 

3. Pouch Cove— Rev. W. H. Browning, Chairman: Nick. Thistle, 
Alfred Moores, John S. Noseworthy, Albert Noseworthy, Wm. Hibbs, jr., 
Henry Hudson, Allan Hudson, William King. 

4. Bell Island — Rev. Wm. Swann, Chairman ; Sergt. J. Cos, Jas. 
J. Miller, S. K. LeDrew, J. M. LeDrew, Chas. F. Taylor, Thos. Edward 
Barnes. 

5. Topsail — Rev. James ^Nurse, Chairman; Joseph Miller; J.J. 
Butler, Joseph Fowler, Thomas Hussey, Jabez Butler, John Martin. 

6. Brigus— Rev. C. A. Whitemarsh, M.A., B.D., Chairman; John 
Wilcox, J. W. Hiseock, N. Smith, John Clarke, Nathan Bartlett, James 
Pomeroy, John Babbitts, Wm. Hiscock. 

7. Cupids— Rev. Walter Vey, Chairman; Robert Smith, John A. 
LeDrew, S. A. Dawe, James S. Whelan, Heber Ivimy, Josiah Badcock, 
William Wells, sr., Caleb Whelan. 

8. Claekejs Beach— Rev. Richard Gosse, Chairman ; Thos. Snow, 
F. Noseworthy, W. J. Anthony, F. Jerrett, Edward Parsons, Absalom 
Bartlett, Dr. W. E. Procunier, W. H. Jerrett. 

9. Port-de-Geave— Rev. Richard Gosse, Chairman ; John Filyer, 
Robert Strange, William Seeley, Isaac Hussey, ef Ab., Isaac Boone 
George H. Bartlett. ' 

10. Bay Roberts— Rev. Sidney Bennett, Chairman : Mark Gosse, 
Isaac Mercer, Joshua Bradbury, George Hierlihy, S. Earle, sr., Robert 
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11. Harbor Grace— Rev. A. A. Holmes, Chairman; Freeman Par- 
sons, W. S. Goodwin, D.D.S., Alexander Squires, Orestes Davis, Ernest 
Simmonds, J. A. Whitman. 

12. CarboneAR — Eev. F. R. Matthews, B.A., Chairman; H. Cam- 
eron, R. Fraize, John Vateher, James P. Guy, John Rorke, jr., Robert 
Duff, W. H. Soper, John Maddeck. 

13. Victoria — Rev. Geo. B. Pickering, Chairman; Henry Newman, 
William Burke, N. Powell, jr., Japhet Vaters, Sami^el Clarke, Reuben 
Hiscock. 

14. Freshwater- Rev. E. Broughton, Chairman; James Kelloway, 
Wm. Davis, Samuel Moores, William T. Pottle, Wilcjx Joyce, John 
Moores, of Silas, Jos. Kirby, Samuel A. Case. 

15. Blackhead— Rev. J. R. Saint, S. T. L., Chairman ; William 
Brennan, Jos. King, George Moores, John Murray, of Michael, Edward 
Cramm, Peter LeGrow, Thomas Janes, John C. Baggs. 

16. Western Bay — Rev. Robert H. Mercer, Chairman; S. Butt, 
John T. Penney, Alex. Sellars, Joshua Halfyard, Samuel Cooper, Lorenzo 
Crummey, John Tuff, Willis King. 

17. Lower Island Cove— Rev. C. R. Bloant, Chairman; Herbert 
Louis, William Whiteway, Benjamin Morris, Israel Cooper, Mark Steele, 
Wm. G. Reynolds, Andrew Milley, sr.; W m. John Shano. 

18. Old Perlican— Rev. Edwin Moore, Chairman; Wm. George 
Howell, Wm. Barnes, Arthur iiarrett, of Abm., George Barrett, William 
Hopkins, Charles Barrett, Geo. Mills, John S. Barr«tt. 

19. Grate's Cove — Rev. Edwin Moore, Chairman; J. C. Benson, 
Hezekiah Snelgrove, Wm. Martin, J. Snelgrove, George Lewis, W^illiam 
Brown. 

20. Hant's Harbor — Rev. R. H. Maddock, Chairman; W. J. But- 
ton, H. Single, M. Short, P. Tulk, H. Bryant, Aug. Sparks, Edgar 
Gulliford, A. Targett, M.H.A. 

21. Heart's Content — Rev. Henry Godfrey, Chairman ; Jos. Rowe, 
Wm. Lever, S. S. Stentaford, M. A. Rabbitts, John Pugh, William N. 
Hopkins. 

22. WiNTERToN — Rev. Henry Godfrey, Chairman ; Ed. J. Samson, 
Nath. Percy, John Green (of James), G. Gregory, Jonah Green, Heber 
Green. 

23. Green's Harbor— Rev. R. S. Smith, Chairmaii ; Ernest New- 
hook, Josiah Taylor, Reuben Bursey, Thomas L. Drover, George Gilbert, 
Richard Burgess. 

24. Bay Bulls Arm — Rev. S. Scott Milley, Chairman; Uriah 
Thome, George Piercey, John Reid, James Hutchings, James Gilbert, 
L. H. Simmons. 

25. Random South— Rev. George Butt, Chairman; Eli Frost, S. 
Whelan, Simeon Gooby, Thomas Drodge, John Blundon, Saml. Hansford. 

26. Random West— Rev. A. S. Adams, Chairman; Allan Smith, 
Henry Soper, George Smith, Kjssou Reid, Wm. Cooper, 



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27. Random North— Rev. E. P. Ward, Vhairman ; Malcolm Pelley, 
James Pittman, E. Goodyear, John Reid, Wm. Balsam, Leander Mills, 

28. Random East — Rev. A. S. Adams, Chairman ; Daniel Currie, 
Wm. Ivany, Alan Blundell, Elisba Miller, John G. Penney. 

29. Trinity — Rev. John C. Elliott, Chairman ; Archibald ("hristian, 
Wm. Ivemy (of Martin), Gilbert Bugden, Samson White, F. Wiseman, 
Jessie Christian. 

30. CatAlinA — Rev. W. B. Bugden, Chairman; William Johnson, 
W. H. Snelgrove, J. P., C. J. Snelgrove, Albert Lodge, Joseph Steed, 
George Dalton, Victorius White, Francis Wiltshire. 

31. BonaVISTA — Rev. Charles Lench, Chairman; James Harris (of 
R.), Ronald Strathie, Lewis Little, Albert Templeman, Heber Mifflen, 
Beniah Abbott, J. T. Swyers, Wilfred Saint. 

32 Elliston — Rev. W. H. Dotchou, Chairman; S. G. Trask, D- 
Goodland, Wm. Gough, jr., Thomas Hobbs, Noah Coles, Richard Cole (of 
Thomas), James S. Hicks, Wm. J. B. Abbott. 

33. MUSGRAVETOWN — Rev. A. Young, Chairman; D. Oldford, Elij. 
Reader, James Handcock, Ezek Lethbridge, A. Bennett, James Saint. 

34. Port Blandford — Rev. H. W. Martin, Chairman: W. White, 
A. Spracklin, W. DaUey, W. Osmond. 

35. Glovertown — Rev. R. C. White, Chairman ; E. Howse, James 
Blackwood, Walter Dewey, Hezekiah Ralph, Lewis Brifiett, R. B. Stroud. 

36. Deer Island— Rev. E. W. Mouland, Chairman; Joseph Butt, 
Job Howse, Somuel G. Feltham, Nathan Rogers. 

37. Greenspond — Rev. E. C. French, Chairman; |Wm. Davis, S. 
Burton, John Bourne, Dr. D. Jameison, Edmund Wornell, Robt. Burton, 
jr., Kenneth Oakley, Henry Granter. 

38. Wesleyville — Rev. C. Howse, Chairman; J. Kean, John Black- 
wood, Capfc. Jesse Winsor, Eli Roberts, Jos. Davis, Thomas Howell, Noah 
Bishop, LI. Kean. 

39. Newtown— Rev. J. W. Parsons, Chairman; Jacob Stokes, Sam. 
Barbour, Thos. Ridout, Hiram Gibbons, Rev. J. H. Way, Darius Vincent. 

40. Musgrave Harbor— Rev. J. W. Winsor, Chairman ; S. Hicks, 
Adam Bradley, Hugh Mouland, John Whiteway, Edward Whiteway, S. 
VVellon, sr., Dnniel Abbott, Garland Stretton. 

41. Barr'd Islands— Rev. H. Scott, Chairman; James Cull, James 
Ford, Hubert Freake, Josiah Oake. 

42. FoGO— Rev. H. Scott, Chairmwn; James Pomeroy, Albert Gynn, 
Andrew Cook, J. P. 

43. Seldom-Come-By— Rev. Herbert E. Moores, Chairman ; Moses 
Holmes, Jos. Anthony, Eli Sheppard, Samson (^"oish, F. D. Scott, Thos. 
Carnell. 

44. Rocky Bay— Rev. Uriah Laite, Chairman ; Kenneth Hicks, Joho 
Prinston, Wilfrid Hicks, Elias Chalk, 



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45. Herring Neck— Rev. D. E. Freake, Chairmcm; John White, 
J. C. Mursell, Thomas Tizzard, Isaac Hurley, S. Keefe, Samuel Langdon. 

46. Change Isdands — Rev. John A. Wilkinson, Chairman', Arch. 
Elliott, J.P., S. P. Ginn, H. Elliott, H. Taylor, George R. LeDrew. 

47. TwiLLiNGATE — Rev. A. V. Robb, Chairman ; John Mills, Jacob 
Moores, Archibald White, Edgar Warr, William Snow, A. J. Gillett, 
Edward Hayward, George Roberts. 

48. MoRETONS Harbor — Rev. William Harris, Chairman ; Walter 
Brett, Robert Boyde, William Knight, Mark Ridout, E. G. Farr, Louis 
Osmond, Peter Boyde, John Small. 

49. Exploits — Rev. Isaac French, Chairman ; Ambrose Maniiel, 
Ches. A. Manuel, Kenneth Yates, Victor Purchase, Alphaeus Milley, 
John Baggs. 

50. Campbellton— Rev. W.U. Stenlake, Chairman; Harry Manuel, 
Alfred Linfield (Loon Bay), Reuben Cull (Comfort Cove), Samuel Clarke, 
John Fox, S. Mew. 

51. Lewisporte — Rev. W. J. Wilson, Chairman ; Stephen Janes, 
Absalom Chalk, F. G. Woolfrey, W. W. Bradley, J. P., Az. Manuel, W. 
G. Brett. 

52. Boxwood— Rev. J. T. Newman; Chairman ; H. Noseworthy, W. 
Woolridge, Constable F. Churchill, William Hayter, William Oke, John 
Titford, sr. 

53. Springdale— Rev. S. Williams, Chairman: Henry Clarke, W.J. 
Taylor, Elias Wellman, Herbert Wells, Fred. A. Clarke, James Inder. 

54. Pilley's Island— Rev. John A. Spencer, Chairman; Thomas 
Roberts, George Pittman, George Warr, Mark Rowsell, John Roberts, 
Samuel Fudge. 

55. Long Island— Rev. Cyril M. Curtis, Chairman ; Peter Parsons, 
K. Short, Herb. Wellman, Esau Howlett, Ishmael Paddock, S. Croucher. 

56. Little Bay Island— Rev. Thomas Pitcher, Chairman ; Thoma-s 
Thistle, James Jones, J. H. Tavernor, Albert Young, J. A. Strong, John 
Gillard. 

57 King's Point— Rev. C. A. Francis, Chairman; Fred. Thistle, 
Samuel Knight, John Wells, E. Thorns, Job Rend ell, R. U. Upwards. 

58 Nipper's Harbor— Rev. F. D. Cotton, Chairman; Jesse Bat- 
stone, W. B. Milley, Elijah Mills, William Howse, Eli Jennings, Frank 
Rideout. 

59. Tilt Cove — Rev. H. Gillingham, Chairmnn ; George Gray, 
John Toms, Henry J. Newbury, Raymond Wiusor, H. Moray, Jos. G. 
Morgan. 

60. Sound Island, Placentia Bay— Rev. Cater Winsor, Chair- 
man ; Walter Beck, James Giles, Thomas B. Williams, Jas. Beck, Arthur 
Beck, Arch. Beck. 

61. Haystack — , Chairman ; Geo, Pike, John HoUett, 

John Crann, Edward Crann, 



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62. Flat Islands, Placektia Bay— Rev. F. H. Phillipson, Chair- 
man : C. Senior (of Thomas), Reuben Dicks, jr., William T. Collins, Jas. 
H. Loughlin, Albert G. Dicks, Frederick Gosling. 

63. BurIn — Rev. H. G. Coppin, Chairman; Robert Vigus, William 
Bishop, Joseph lukpen, S. Avery, J. P., Stephen Darby, John E. Collins, 
Samuel Moulton, Thomas Lockyer. 

64. Great Burin— Rev. H. G. Coppin, Chairman; Ed. Churchill, 
J. Dancy, James W. Holiett, Joseph Ijkpen (Thomas), S. J. Adams, B. 
Inkpen.E. M. Holiett, Willis Vigus. 

65. Epworth — Rev. A. Norman Janes, Chairmnn; Wm. Goddard, 
William Keech, Wilson Shave, James Murley, Ernest Bradley, Thomas 
Rolierts. 

66. Fortune Bay — Rev. J. Pincock, Chairman ; T. E. Spence, S. G. 
Piercey, W. F. Lake, A. W. Lake, J. L. Bennett, H B. C. Lake, George 
Vey. 

67. Grand Bank — Rev. W^illiam Grimes, B.A., Chairman ,• William 
Forsey, Eli Harris, George Dunford, Cliarles Forward, Samuel Pearcey, 
George Harding, Geo.ge E. Tibbo, S. Harris, Aaron Buti'ett, B.A. 

68. Garnish — Rev. Wm. S. Howell, Chairman ; Jas. Anstey, Ernest 
Lorenzen, Joseph G. Grandy, Josiah Grandy, John Tapper, Jos. Brown. 

69. BuRGEO — , Chairman ; iohn Guy, John Caines, 

James Guy, John Tuubury, S. Leamou, James Stickland. 

70. Petites — Rev. S. J. Murley, Chairman: Samuel Collier, Henry 
Riles, Thomas Billiard, W. Stickland, Philip Bond. 

71. Channel — Rev. George L. Mercer, Chairman; Henry Bagg, Em. 
Harris, Thomas Soper, J. C. Ford, John Bragg, Wm. Grant, M.D. 

72. St. George's Bay — Rev. Jesse Reynolds, Chairman ; A. Harvey, 
jr.. Dr. D. J. Bethune, Samuel Butt, sr., Albert Butt, James Hudson, 
George Butt. • 

73. Bay of Islands — Rev. W. J. Morris, Chairman ; Israel Hines, 
William Allen, John Pike, J. H. Taylor, Eugene Baggs, J. H. Raggs 

74. Bonne Bay— Rev. George Wilkinson, Chairman ; Alf. Halfyard, 
T.H . W^heeler, Thomas W. Rose, Albert Wliite, Ootavius Taylor, Geo. 
Osmond. 

75. Flower's Cove— (Board to be appointed.) 

76. St. Anthony— Rev. Wilfred Woolfrey, Chairman ; Fred. Pen- 
ney, Isaac Bartley, Alexander Campbell, Walter Pomeroy, John Comp- 
ton, Abel Decker. 

77. Englee — (Board to be appointed.) 

78. Labrador South — (Board to be appointed.) 

79. Labrador North — (Board to be appointed.) 

Board of Examiners for granting Certificates of Qualification 
to Teachers. 

Rev. L. Curtis, M.A., D.D., Siq^t. Ezra Lodge, Secretary. 



A. Macpherson, 



S. T. Harrington, M.A. 



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SALVATION ARMY BOARDS OF EDUCATION. 

Educational Secretary — Major Cave, A.A. 

St. John's District — Lieut.-Col. H. Otway, Chairman; J. Badcock, 
T. W. Cousins, A. Cook, W. F. Cofield, E. Hiscock. 

Carbonear District — Major Cave, Chairman ; Adjutant Hiscock, 
Ensign Ellsworth, R. Pelley, S. Brown, C. Janes. 

TwiLLiNGATE DISTRICT — Major Cave, Chairman; Adjut. Sainsbury, 
Adjutant Simmons, P. Phillips. 

Southern District — Lieut.-Col. H. Otway, Chairman; Adjutant 
Hardiug, Charles Pardy, J. Gosling. 

Board of Examiners for giving Certificates of Qualification 
to Salvation Army Teachers. 

The Superintendent Salvation Army Schools. 
Lieut.-Col. H. Otway, Ella Janes, A.A. 

Major Cave, A. A., Swpt. A. Wilson, Esq., Secretary. 

PRESBYTERIAN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 
Presbyterian College. 

Directors — D. Morison, K.C., Chairman ; D. Monroe, A. Robertson, 
A. K. Lumsden, J. H. Jardiue, J. J. McKay, J. W. Clouston. 

Principal — Mr. W. M. Butt. 

Intermediate and Primary Department — Miss Dunbar, Miss E. Hughes. 

Presbyterian Boards of Educarion. 

St. John's — D. Morison, K.C., Chairman; D. Monroe, A. Robertson. 

Harbor Grace , Chairman; J. Cron, Secretary ; 

E. Parsons, N. Munn, J G. Munn, H. H. Archibald, Dr. W. H. Parsons. 

Bay of Islands — Christopher Fisher, Chairman ; Norman Fisher, 
Secretary-Treasurer ; J. Earle Lockerby. Dr. Frank Fi^he^, Samuel Farnell, 
Joseph Fisher, James Fisher, George Nichols. 

Inspector Presbyterian Schools — 

CONGREGATIONAL BOARDS OF EuUCATION. 

St. Johis—Uev. W. H. Thomas, Wm. J. Barnes, J. F. Calver, T. J. 
Duley, F. J. Martin, J. H. Thomas, H. R. Brookes. 

Tioillingate — S. Payne, jr., Andrew Gray, John Hodder, W. Baird, 
G. B. Nott. 

Inspector— ^tv. W. H. Thomas. 



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OFFICE OF THE MINISTER OF JUSTICE. 
Office : Departmental Building. 
Office hours : 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Minister of Justice and Attorney Gen — Hon. R. A. Squires, Ll.B., K.C. 
Deputy Minister— Q. H. Hutchings, K.C, J.P. 
Typists — Miss M. Kelly, Miss Saunders. 
Messtngers — George Cummings, T. Lockyer. 

Registry of Deeds. 
Registrar — Qeorgd J. Adams, J.P. 
Deputy Registrar — M. J. Mulcahy. 
Typist — Miss Nurse. 

SUPREME COURT. 

By Order LVI. of the Judicature Act, 1904, it is provided that there 
shall be three Sessions of the Supreme Court in St. John's, to be called 
respectively : 

The Winter Session, commencing on the eighth day of January ; 

The Spring Session, commencing on the first day of April ; 

The Fall Session, commencing on the first day of October. 

The dates and periods of the sittings of the Court, and the business 
to be transacted therein for the present year, are as follows : 



Sittings in Banc. 



Sittings for Civil 
Causes. 



Sittings for Criminal 
Causes. 



January 8 to Jan. 1.3 
February 1 to Feb. 7 
March 1 to March 7 



April 2 to April 7 
May 1 to May 7 
June 1 to June 7 
June 22 to June 28 



October 1 to Oct. 6 
November 5 to Nov. 7 
Dec. 1 to Dec. 7 



Winter Session. 

January 15 to Jan. 20 
February 8 to Feb. 14 
March 8 to March 14 

Spring Session. 

April 9 to April 14 
May 8 to May 14 
June 8 to June 14 



Fall Session. 

October 8 to Oct. 13 
Nov 8 to Nov. 14 
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Supreme Court on Circuit. 

Terms are fixed each year by Proclamation of the Governor. The 
Southern Circuit usually sits from 15th Auguft to 10th September ; the 
Northern Circuit feom 10th September to 1st October, and at Brigus, 
Harbor Grace and Carbonear, from Nov. 17th to Nov. 26th. There is 
also a Spring Sitting in Harbor Grace about the last week in April. 

Judges and Officers of the Supreme Court. 

Chief Justice — Yion. Sir William H. Horwood, Kt. 

Judges — Hon'bles George M. Johnson and James M. Kent,.B.A. 

i^egisirar— Charles H. Emerson, K.C. 

Depicty Registrar — Simon Butler. , 

Clerk— D. F. Kent. 

Sheriff — James Carter. 

Sub-Sheriff — William J. Carroll. 

Crier and Ta2}staff— John Cahill. 

Stenographer — Miss M. Eowe. 

Messenger — W. Cochrane. 

Masters. 

Charles H. Emerson, K.C; D. Morison, K.C; Right Hon. Sir Edward 
P. Morris, K.C.M.G., Kt., P.C, K.C; Herbert E. Knight; C. ONeill 
Conroy, K.C; James P. Blackwood; P. J. Summers. 

Law Society. 

President and Treasurer — D. Morison, K.C. 
Secretary — Charles H. Emerson, K.C. 
Librarian — Mrs. 0. Emerson. 

Benchers (ex officio) — Right Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, K. C M. G., Kt., 
P.C, K.C.; D. Morison, K.C: Hon. R. A. Squires, K.C. 

Elected— 3. Augustus C\ih,KC.; Hugh H. Carter, K.C; C O'Neill 
Conroy, K C; James P. Blackwood; Charles H. Emerson, K.C; W. E. 
Wood," K.C; F. J. Morris, K.C 

King's Counsel—by seniority. 

D. Morison; Right Hon. Sir Edward P. Morris; J. Aug. Clift; F J. 
Morris; H. H. Carter; Charles H. Hutchings; W.E. Wood; Hon. M. P. 
Gibbs; W. R. Howley; William R. Warren ; Chas. O'N. Conroy ; Hon. 
R. A. Squires ; Charles H. Emerson. 

Practising Barristers and Solicitors—by seniority. 

H. H. Carter ; D. Morison ; J. A. Clift ; Right Hon. Sir Edward P. 
Morris ; H. E. Knight; Thos. J. Murphy ; F. J Morris ; W. M. Clapp ; 



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Patrick J. Summers ; W. E. Wood ; C. H. Hatchings ; W. O'D. Kelly ; 
Hon. M. P. Gibbs ; Wm. R. Howley ; S. J. Foote ; James J, McGrath ; 
F. A. Mews ; Charles O'N. Conroy ; James P. Blackwood ; J. A. W. 
McNeily : Wm. R. Warren ; G. W. Ayre ; John J. Fenelon ; Cyril J. 
Cahill ; W. J. Hiegins ; Hon. R. A. Squires ; J. A. Winter ; C. E. Hant ; 
R. T. McGrath ; B. E. S. Duufield ; L. Edward Emerson ; J. G. Higgins ; 
E. S. Pinsent; Edward Leo Carter; Fred. G. Bradley; W. F. Lloyd; 
Cyril J. Fox ; Hon. S. D. Blandford ; George T. Carty. 



Practising Solicitor. 



H. M. K. Whiteway. 



Commissioners of Supreme Court, within Newfoundland. 

Commi.ssioners are authorized to take affidavits in any case pending 
in the Supreme Court, and to take affidavits and acknowledgments in proof 
of Deeds. Commissioners whose names are italicized are also empowered 
to issue Original or Mesne Process. 



Fkrryland — 

Petty Harbor — Henry Bishop 
Bay Bulls — Joseph F. Williams 
Ferryland — R. J. Freeman 

" Thomas G. Morry 

Fermeuse — John Walsh 
iJ«?i6W's— Gerald Jackman 
Witless Bay— Patrick Smith 

Placentia — 

Trepassey — L. J. Giovannetti 
St. Manfs — Wm. Hogan 
St. Bride'e — John Thos. Young 
Salmonier — John J. Goff 
Placentia— Wm F. O'Reilly 

E. O'Reilly 
Argentia — Alphonsus Keats 
Hr. Buffett—\W alter M. Chambers 
Isle Valen — Wm. F. Lockyer 
Presque — T. P. Sullivan 
Grand Paradise — Wm. Brown. 
Sound Island — Emanuel Brinton 
Woody Island— Wm. Mitchell 
Haystack — Thomas Whately 
Oderin — F. W. Power 
Petit Fort — Patrick Cheeseman 

BUKIN — 

Flat Islands— 3 a.mes W. Bishop 
Burin — Simeon Avery 



Marystown — J. F. Long 
St. Lawrence— M. Vavasour 
Lawn — Joseph Penning 
Lamaline — C. C. Pitman 
Grand Bank — George R. Forsey 
" Dr. McDonald 

" George Buffett 

FORTONE — 
St. Jacques — Patrick J. McEvoy 
Bellroram — Fred. Curnew 
Pushthrough — John Camp 
Harbor Briton — Charles Way 
Gaultois — W- R. Andrews 
Hermitage Bay — Mark Way 
Bay L' Argent — John R. Courage 

BURGEO — 

Ramea — George Penney 
LaPoile — Thomas LeScelleur 
Petites—E\dved Gosse 
Burgeo — Joseph Small 

" John Cunningham 

Rose Blanche— HichsLrd Furneaux 
Channel — Robert T. Squarey 

St. George— 
Codroy — John Gillis 
Little River — John T. Hopkins 
Grand River — James Doyle 
St. George — Richard McDonnell 
D. J. Bethune 



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Bay of Islands— M. J. McEvoy 

Levi March 
Crabbes — Gilbert Gosae 

Labrador — 
Cartwright—M. Murphy, Sub-Col. 

St. Barbe — 
Bonne Bay — George E. Wilton 
Port Saunders — Edward L. Goff 
Flower's Gove—Y. G. Cox 
St. Anthony — Noah Simms 

W. S. Armstrong 
Griguet — Henry Weir 
Englee — James Dower 
LaScie — D. P. Duggan. 

TWILLINGATE— 

Tilt Cove — IVm. Cunningham 
Nipper's Harbor — S. J. Blackler 

H. H. Batstone 
Green Bay, S. W. Arm—B. G. 

Colbourne 
Littte Bay—Thos. E. Wells 
Patrick Burke 
Little Bay Islands — A. J. Morris 

Eleaser Butler 
Pilley's Island — Wm. Garland 

Edgar Mills 
Leading TicTcles — Wm. Lanning 
New Bay —Peter Moors 
Fortune Harbor — James Bingham 
Botwood —Harry Burt 
Norris' 4rm— Charles Pitman 
Grand Falls — Nathaniel Pike 
Millertown — George Skiffington 
Exploits — Albert Freeman 
Leicisporte — Alfred Young 

W. W. Bradley 
Twillingate — William G. Scott 
Charles D. Mayne 
James A. S. Peyton 
Andrew Pearce 
Herring Neck — M. Simms 

FoGO— 
Fogo — Andrew Cook 
Barr'd Islands — T. M. Anthony 
Tilting — P. J. Bryan 
Seldom-Come- By — Philip Newell 
Gander Bay— C. E. RowUud. 



BONAVISTA — 
Wedeyville — Samuel Winsor 
Greinspond — Isaac J. Mifflen 
Glover town — Victor Roach 
Port Blandford — Nathaniel Chafe 
Alexander Bajr— Ambrose Jeans 
King's Cove — G. G. LeVisconte 
Bonavisfa — John Roper 
Princeton — Joliffe Quinton 
Plate Cove — Laurence Moss. 

Trinity — 
Champneys-Oh&diiah Lang. 
Trinity — Frederick Somerton 

William White 
British Harbor — Henry Gardner 
Burgoyne's Cove — William Tulk 
Gooseberry Cove — William Balsom 
Hillview — Edmund Benson 
Britannia — Moses Currie 
John Leawood 
Shoal Harbor— Caleb Tulk 
Clarenville — A. C. Pittman 
Bay Bulls Arm — Thos. P. French 
Whitbourne — Harold Leslie 
Green's Harbor — Josiah Taylor 
Hearts Delight — J. G. Hodder 
Heart's Content— C. G. Rendell 
Winterton — Edwin J. Samson 
New Perlican — Luke Pittman 
Hant's Harbor — J. W. Janes 
Ea7item—E. J. Duff 

Bay de Verde — 

Old Perlican — Elias March 
Bay de Ferde— Michael O'Neill 
Broad Cove — Andreiv Vatcher 
Lower Island Cove — Geo. Cooper 
Blackhead — John C. Mooies 
Western Bay — John Lynch 

Carbonear — 
Carbonear — Alfred Penney 
Leonard Ash 
Harbor Grace — 
Harbor Grace — W. A. Oke 
John Casey 
J. D. Munn 
Spaniard's Bay— James Gosse 
Bay Roberts— John Jardine 

" — George W. Jardiue 



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Port-de-Qrave— 

Port-de-Grave — George Dawe 
Brigus — J. P. Thompson 

" Samuel E. Chafe 

" J. P. Hearn 

Harbor Main — 
Conception Har. — Michael Hillyard 
Harbor Main—M. F. O'Toole 

" Edwaicl Murray 



Holyrood — Richard Dwyer 
Codner — F. F. Furneaux 

St. John's — 

Bell Island — Philip Power 
" F. F. Berteau 

Portugal Cove — Henry Somerton 
Pouch Gove — Albert Grouchy 
St. John's — Simon Butler. 
D. F. Kent 



Commissioners of Supreme Court, without Newfoundland. 

England-- 

L»?ii?#?i— Browning, T. B., 18 Bury Sereet, W.C. 
Chaplin, Nugent, 9 Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
Gambel, A. G. L., 384 Gray's Inn Square, W C. 
McCandish, G. G. L., Solicitor — 3 Raymond Buildings, Bedford 

Row, W.C. 
Parish, Fred., 7 Lawrence Tountnev Hill. 
Philpot, Fred. F., Solicitor— U Bedford Row, W.C. 
Walker, E. C, 9 Bishopsgate. 
Walmsley, A. B., 222 Strand. 

Williams, Monier F. Monier, Great Tower Street, E.C. 
Welsford, R M., 22 Aldermanburv. 
Worsfold, T. S., 9 Staples Inn, Solicitor. 

Liverpool — Pennington, Thomas R., Solicitor, Presidential Assurance 

Building, 36 Dais Street. 
Plymouth — Matthews, Corydon, Solicitor, Frankfort Hhambers. 
Torquay — Hooper, H., Dundee, Solicitor. 
Southampton — Linthorn, R. R., Solicitor, 4 Portland Place. 
Northampton — Percival, Thomas L., Solicitor. 
Birmingham — Pinsent, Hume C, 5 Bennett's Hill. 

Swinson, Frederick, Solicitor, 8| Waterloo Street. 

Exeter — Clapp, Cecil R. M. 

Bristol — Vassail, Henry J., Solicitor. 

Teignmouth — Tozer, Edward John, Solicitor. 

Bedditch — Bartlett, Ernest. 

Chesterfield — Sanders, Henry A., Solicitor. 

Ireland — 
IFaterford— Kent, Patrick, Solicitor, No. 13, The Mall. 
Dublin— Little, Francis J., Solicitor, 3 Bushey Park Rd., Rathgate, Dublin. 

SCOTHLAND — 

Edinburgh— liea.hY, Arthur, Solicitor, Chambers, 29 Queen street. 
Maxwell, Hamilton, 86 George street. 



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Glasgow — Paterson, J., Writer, 174 West George street. 
McKinley, William, 64 W. Regent street. 
Turnbull, Jolin, 1'23 St. V^incent street. 
Cowan, W. C, Solicitor. 

Dominion of Canada— 
Amherst, N. 5. — Pendy, Harry Alden, Barrister. 
Gharlottetown, P. E. I. — Kenneth J. Martin, Barrister 
Frederidon, N. B. — Winslow, Edward B., Barrister. 
Sydney, Cape Breton — Hanrahau, Edward C. 
North Sydney — Macmillan, N. A., K.C. 

Mackenzie, Colin, Barrister. 
Phoran, M. J. 
Mosley, H. C, Barrister. 
St. John, N. B.— Lewin, J. D. Pollard. 
Halifax, N. S. — MacKinnon, John L. 

McCoy, Wensley B., Metropole Building. 
Annajpolis, N. S. — Owen, Daniel, Barrister. 
Parsboro MacKenna, H. '.V., Solicitor. 
ikro?icto?i— McCnlly, F. A., K.C. 
Montreal, P. Q. — Davidson, Peers, Advocate. 

Curran, Francis, 18') St. James stieet. 
Elliott, Henry J., Barrister, Canada Life Building. 
Ross, Howard S., Solicitor, 20 St. Nicholas street. 
Wilson, Jos. W., Quebec Bank Building, 
Quebec —Dunhar, James, Barrister. 

Gibsone, George T., Advocate. 
Toronto, Ont.— UoyUs, N. W., Osgood Hall. 

Ogden, Albert, 23 Toronto street. 
Smeeton, A. E., Salvation Army Headquarters. 
MacDonnell, A. Maclean, Corner Adelaide and George St. 
New Westminster, B. C— Hart, Fred., (Commission Merchant. 

United States of America — 
Boston, Mass. — Adams, Charles H., 222 State street. 
Saranac Lake, iV. F.— Botsford, Aldis K., Attorney. 
Buffalo, N. Y.— Gibbons, Frank, Savings' Bank Building. 

New York City- Braman, Joseph B., Counsellor-at-Law, 111 Broadway, 
Trinity Building. 
Richards, William E., 154 Nas.sau street. 
White, Wallace, Woolworth Building. 
Buffett, Benjamin R., 27 Cedar street. 

Philadelphia—Runt, Thomas J., Gounsellor-at-Law, S. W. cor. 5th &nd 
Walnut street)!. 



Supreme Court — Deputy Sheriffs. 



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Saxonne Boots and Shoes, British make. 

Chicago— Br Bidley, Ralph, 627 The Rookery. 
Rockland, Maine — MacAllister, Edward B., Counsellor~at-Law. 
We$terly, R. J.— Kingsley, Everett A., Attorney -at- Law, 324 State House. 
New Brunswick, N. J. — Woolbridge, Freeman, Coimsellor-at-Law. 
Wathington, B.C. — Hith, Isaac R., Gounsellor-at-Law, 302 Maryland 
Building. 

Commissioners of Affidavits in the Island of Newfoundland 
for British Colonies. 

C. O'N. Conroy— New Brunswick ; S. J. Foote— Nova Scotia. 
Deputy Sheriffs in Southern Districts. 



Residence. 



District. 



Name. 



Fcrryland 

Balmonier 

Placentva 

Flat Island 

Burin 

St. Lawrence . . . . 

Lamaline 

Grand Bank 

Pushthrough . . . . 
Harbor Breton. . . . 

Ramea 

Rose Blanche . . . . 

Channel 

Robinson's Head.. 

Sandy Point 

Port-au-Port 

St. George's 

Bay of Islands . . . . 
Bonne Bay 

Battle Harbor . . . , 

Griguet 

St. Anthony 

Conche 

La Scie 

White Bay 

Western Cove . . . , 

Little Bay 

Little Bay Islands 



Ferryland 

Placentia & St, Mary's 



Burin 



Fortune Bay 

Burgeo and LaPoile 

it (C 

St. George 



St. Barbe 



George Geary 
f W^illiam Power 
[Stephen Hawco 
Moses Morrissey 
Sergeant J. Kent 
Howard Parsons 
Stephen White 
R. J. Turpin 
William G. Pittman 
Eli Harris 
Joseph Camp 
Benjamin Chapman 
Matthew Nash 
James LeMoine 
James H. Wilcox 
Abraham Tilley 
M. E. Messervey 
Martin Cashin 
Alfred Pierroway 
Maurice Hayes 
John Tapper 



Northern Districts. 



Ijjibrador 


Samuel Acreman 


St. Barbe 


Mark Alcock 


(( 


James Johnson 


<( 


Thomas E. Dower 


it 


William A. Toms 


it 

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Twillinerate 


Constable A. Dwyer 
Darius Jacobs 
T. W. Welle 


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Residence. 


District. 


Name. 



Leading Tickles . . . . 

New Bay 

Lewisporte 

Botwood 

Grand Falls 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Barr'd Islands 

Seldom come-by . . . . 

Gander Bay 

Musgrave Harbor . . 

Wesleyville 

Greenspond 

Glovertown 

Alexander Bay 

Gambo 

Salvage 

Ponavista 

Catalina 

Trinity 

Bonaventure 

Northern Bight 

Snook's Harbor . . . . 

Shoal Harbor 

Clarenville 

Clarenville 

White Rock, S.Sound 

Foster's Point 

Heart's Content .... 
Old Perlican. 

Blackhead 

Lower Island Cove. . 
Western Bay 

Carbonear 

Harbor Grace 

Bay Roberts 

Coley's Point 

Brigus 

Harbor Main 

Kelligrews 

Bell Id, Lance Cove.. 
Bell Island Beach . . 



Twillingate 



Fogo 



Bonavista 



Trinity 



Bay de Verde 



Carbonear 

Harbor Grace . 

Port de Grave . 
Harbor Main . 
St. John's East 



Leander Rowsell 
Peter Moors 
Constable J. Cramm 
Constable F. Churchill 
Coastable W. Martin 
Charles White 
Ambrose Fitzgerald 
George Foster 
Philip Perry 
Robert Pike 
Peter Whiteway 
William Wicks 
Thomas Wornell 
Charles Kean 
John Ralph 
T. Forsey 
E. Oldford 
Noah Burge 
Isaac Manuel 
Ernest Morris 
Noah Miller 
Edmund Benson 
John Loder 
Caleb Tulk 
Alan Balsom 
H J. Janes 
Josiah Frampton 
George Leawood 
Charles G. Rendell 
Moses Bursey 

Reuben Curtis 
Eli Garland 
Ewen Kennedy 

Ernest Forward 
J John Trapneil 
( James Fox (Bailiflf) 

H. Hierlihy 

Joseph Roche 
John Leamon 

James Murphy 
Isaac LeDrew 

Sergeant J. B. Cox 
Bireth King 



Bailifis in St. John's. 
James Roil, R. Cross. 



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DISTRICT COURTS, 

Central District Court, Judge 

" Clerk— J. J. McCarthy, J. P. 

" Bailiff— J. English. 

" Stenographer — James Coughlaa. 

Harbor Grace District Court, Judge — W. A. Oke, J. P. 

Clerk — John Casey, J. P. 
Bailiff— J a,meis Fox. 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES. 



LaScie — D. P. Duggan. 

Little Say and Pilley's Island — 

T. E. Wells. 
Botwood — Harry Burt, 
Grand Falls— R. F. Fitzgerald. 
Tivillingate — W. J. Bcott. 
Fogo — Andrew Cock. 
Greenspond — I. J. Mifflen. 
Benavista — J. J. Roper. 
Trinity — F. Somerton. 
Old Perlican — Andrew Vatcher. 

Oderin 

Burin — S. Avery. 
Laivn — J. Benning. 

Grand Bank 

Garnish — J. R. Courage. 

Bonne Bay- 



Carboneai — Alfred Penney. 
Harbor Grace — W. A. Oke. 
Brigus — J. P. Thompson. 
Harbor Main—M. F. O'Toole. 
Bell Island — P. F. Power. 

St. Johfi's 

Ferryland — Dr. R. J. Freebaim 
Trepassey — Dr. L. G. Giovannetti. 
St. Mary's— I>i. William Hogan. 
Placentia — William F. O'ReSly. 
Presque — T. P. Sullivan. 
Harbor Briton — C. Way. 
Burgeo — J. P. Small. 
Channell — R. T. Squarey. 
St. George — R. MacDonnell. 
Bay of Islands -L. March. 
J. W. Jaaes. 



Clerks of the Peace. 
Central District, St. John's — J. J. McCarthy, J. P. 
Harbor Grace — John Casey, J. P. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

[Alphabetically arranged.] 

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. 

Fob the Colony. 



Name. 



Residence. 



The Judges of the Supreme Court, 
and all Stipendiary Magistrates. 

Adams, G. J 

Adams, James 



St. John's 
Adam's Cove 



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Name. 



Kesidence. 



Andrews, Malcolm. . . , 

Angwin, W. K 

Armstrong, Dr. W. S. 
Ashbourne, John W. . . 

Badcock, George 

Bagg, John C 

Baker, Benjamin . . . . 

Bartlett, John 

Berteau, F. C, I.S.O. 

Bonia, Thomas 

Bradley, W. W 

Brazil, B 

Bryan, J. P 

Bursell, George H 

Bursey, Moses 

Buffett, G. A 

Butler, Eleazer 

Button, Elisha 

Case, Aibert 

Casey, John 

Cater, J, E 

Chafe, C 

Chambers, \V. McKay 
Chisholm, J. F,, M.D. 

Chollett, Louis 

Christian, George . . . . 

Clarke, G. W 

Clement, Henry' 

Clement, Philip T 

Colbourne, E. B 

Collins, William 

Cunningham, J 

Curnew, Frederick 

Dawe, George 

Dawe, Henry 

Dawson, John K 

Dee, J. H 

Devereux, E 

Devereux, J. F 

Devereux, R. J 

Devine, Thomas 

Dodd, Charles 

Doyle, E 

Drover, T. L 

DuBordien, A. S 

Duff, E. J 

Dunn, Thomas 

Dwyer, Richard 

Edgar, E 



Baine Harbor 
Bay of Islands 
Laorador 
Twilli'hgate 
St. John's 
Bay of Islands 
EUiston 

Quebec, Canada 
St. John's 

Lewisporte 

Garnish 

Tilting 

St. John's 

Old Perlican 

Grand Bank 

Pacquet 

New Melbourne 

Heart's Delight 

Harbor Grace 

Grand Falls 

Codroy 

Harbor Buffett 

Manuel's 

Flat Islands, Burin 

Trinity 

Springdale 

Burgeo 

Channel 

Bishop's Falls 

Burin 

Burgeo 

Belleoram 

Port de Grave 

Bay Roberts 
(( 

St. John's 

Trepassey 

St. John's 

King's Cove 

Log Cabin, Sqruce Brook 

St. John's 

Green's Harbor 

Port au Port 

Rantem 

Harbor Grace 

Holyrood 

Greenapond 



Justices of the Peace. 



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Carpet-making and Blind-making. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Elliott, Henry 

Ellis, W. J 

Fisher, C 

Fitzgerald, A. J 

Fitzgerald, John D 

Fitzgerald, William B 

Fitzpatrick, T 

Furneaux, Francis 

Garland, William 

Giovanetti, H. A., M.D 

Goff, Edward L 

Grenfell, Wilfred T., M.D., C.M.G, 

Grieve, John, M.B., CM 

Grimes, William 

GuUiford, Willis 

Gushue, G. W 

Haliburton, H. H 

Haliburton, J. P 

Hearn, J. P 

Hogan, Francis 

Hussey, Samuel 

Hatchings, C. H., K.C 

Jackman, J. M 

Knight, Herbert E 

Jardine, John 

Jerrett, F. G 

Jones, W. E., M.D 

Keats, Alfred , 

Keats, Alphonsus 

Kennedy, E. B 

Lawton, J. T 

LeGrow, Jabez 

LeVisconte, C., M.D 

Leawood, John 

Long, J. E 

MacDonald, A., M.D 

Manuel, Arthur 

Martin, Adam R 

McCarthy, J.J 

McGrath, R. T 

Mews, A 

Miller, Noah 

Mitchell, William 

Moore, Frederick 

Moore, James H 

Moores, John Charles 

Morris, F. J., K.C 

Murphy, Martin 

Murphy, John 



Harbor Briton 

St. John's 
Corner Brook, 
Fogo 
Conche 
Harbor Grace 
Pla< entia 
Kelligrews 

Port Saunders 

Bell Island 

Cape St. George 

St. Anthuny 

Battle Harbor 

St. John's 

Random Sound 

St. John's 

Gravels, Port au Port 

Bonne Bay 

Brigus 

St. John's 

Trinity 

St. John's 

Tilt Cove 

St. John's 

Bay Roberts 

Brigus 

Avondale 

Argentia 

Presque 

Conception Harbor 

Bell Island 

Broad Cove 

King's Cove 

Britannia Cove 

Marystown 

Grand Bank 

Twillingate 

Heart's Conrent 

St. John's 



New Bonaventure 
Sound Island 
St. John's 
Hearl's Content 
Blackhead 
St. John's 
Carbonear 
Keels 



Bay of Islands 



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Justices of 


the Peace. 


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Name. 


Residence. 



Murray, E 

Norman, John J 

Norris, James 

Gates, Thomas S 

Oldford, R. S 

O'Neill, M. J 

O'Neill- Power, Capt. J. J 
O'Reilly, J. J., C.I.S.O. . 

O'Reilly, E.J , 

Osmond, J. B 

Parsons, A. A 

Parsons, R 

Paul, William 

Payne, Benjamin 

Pearce, Herman 

Phillips, G. T 

Pennell, Joseph 

Pike, Nathaniel 

Pike, Stephen B 

Pike, Mark 

Pittman, Luke 

Rabbits, John 

Reddy, Hugh 

Richards, J. F 

Roberts, S 

Robinson, J. A 

Rowsell, James R 

Rowsell, John S 

Russell, C. E 

Samson, Edwin J 

Scott, William C. E 

Shea, George 

Sheppard, 

Short, S 

Simms, Noah 

Skanes, Francis S 

Skeffington, G 

Slattery, John L 

Smith, Azariah 

Smith, Dr. S. S 

Sodero, William 

Squires, B. B 

Squires, J. A 

Stone, Aaron 

Strong, James 

Sullivan, J 

Tapp, John 

Tranfield, C. H '.'. 

Trapnell, John . , . , 



Harbor Main 
Marystown 
Notre Dame Bay 
Heart's Content 
Musgravetown 
Bay de Verde 
Spruce Brook 
St. John's 
Placentia 
Moreton's Harbor 
St. John's 
Harbor Grace 
Burin 
Cow Head 
Westport 
St. John's 
Curling 
Grand Falls 
Flower's Cove 
Channel 
New Perlican 
Brigus 
Marystown 
Heart's Content 
Change Islands 
St. John's 
Port Blandford 
Bonavista 
Bay Roberts 

Scilly Cove 
Grand Falls 
St, John's 
Spaniard's Bay 
Hant's Harbor 
St. Anthony 
Cow Head 
St. John's 

Cupids 
Millertown 
Harbor Briton 
Spaniard's Bay 
Bonne Bay 
Fogo 

Little Bay Islands 
St. John's 
Harbor Grace 
Heart's Content 
Harbor Gra,c^ 



Justices of the Peace. 



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Baking Powders-hard to beat. 



Name. 



Residence. 



Tuck, Caleb 

Tufi, George 

Tulk, William 

Turner, George E.. 
Vavasour, Michael. 
Vallance, F. J. . . . 
Vigus, James 



Wakeley, Thomas . . 
Walsh, Francis J. . . 

Ward, W 

Warren, Benjamin J. 

Weir, Henry 

Wellon, Thomas 

Woodford, S. E 

White, John 

White, C. keppel . . 

White, Charles 

Whiteway, R. H. ... 

Windsor, Henry 

Winsor, William C. 
Woodman, Fred. . . 
Yates, Adolphus. . . . 
Young, M. M 



Young, A. F. 



Shoal Harbor 
Old Perlican 
Burgoyne's Cove 
St. John's 
St. Lawrence 
St. John's 
Burin 

Haystack 

Catalina 

Harbor Grace 

Gaultois 

Griguet 

Ladle Cove 

Harbor Main 

Catalina 

Burgeo 

Twillingate 

St. John's 

Aquaforte 

Wesleyville 

New Harbor 

S. E. Arm, New Bay 

Spaniard's Bay 

Lewisporte 



For the Northern District, 



Brown, James 

Burke, Patrick 

Cameron, Hugh 

Croucher, John T. . . . 
Cunningham, William 

Earle, Henry J 

Garland, William . . . . 

Greene, Daniel J 

Hodge, John W 

Hudson, A. G 

Janes, A 

Kean, Abraham 

Lockyer, James D. . . 

Martin, Armand 

Moores, George E 

Moulton, G. A 

Murphy, Hon. John J. 
Mayne, Charles D. . . 

Ryan, Edmund J 

Ryan, D. A 

Ryan, Hon. James 

Ryan, N. B 



Bonavista 

Little Bay 

Carbonoar 

St. John's and Battle Harbor 

Tilt Cove 

St. John's 

Port Saunders 

Boston, Mass. 

Fogo 

Lower Island Cove 

Glovertown 

St. John's 

Trinity 

N. W. River, Labrador 

St. John's 

Carbonear 

St. John's 

Twillingate 

King's Cove 

King's Cove and St. John's 

Bonavista and St. John's 

Bonavista 



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Justices of the Peace — Notaries. 



AYRE & SOi;S, LTD.. for 



Name. 



Residence. 



Skelton, Hon. Dr. G. . . . 

Smith, John 

Snelgrove, Norman W 

Tem pieman, Hon. Philip. 



St. John's 

Brigus 

Catalina 

Bonavista and Island 



For the Southern District. 



Bishop, James H 

Bradshaw, John P 

Brinston, Emanuel 

Cotter, George J 

Doyle, James 

Furneaux, Richard 

Hirst, Edward 

Inkpen, James 

LeMessurier, Henry W., C.M.G. 

Pittman, Cyrus C 

Penney, George 

Roach, J. F 

Winsor, John 

Wilton, G. W 



Flat Islands, Placentia Bay 

Placentia 

Sound Island, Placentia Bay 

Channel 

Codroy 

Rose Blanche 

Bay St. George 

Burin 

St. John's 

Lamaline 

Ramea 

Branch 

St. John's 

Bonne Bay 



NOTARIES. 



Name. 


Jurisdiction. 


Residence. 


Ashbourne, William .... 


Island 


Twillingate. 
Burin 


Avery, Simeon, J.P 

Ayre, G. W., LL.B 

Banning, Joseph, J.P. . . 
Blackwood, J. P 


tc 


(( 


St. John's 






Lawn 




St. John's 


Blandford, Hon. S. D. . . 


ti 


it 


Bremncr, J. S 


(C 


t( 


Burt, Harry, J.P 

Canning, John T 


Northern 
Island.... 


District . 


Bo t wood 




St. John's 


Carter, .James 


(( 


<t 


Clift, J. Aug., K.C 


(( 


(( 


Clift, T. B 


(. 


(C 


Conroy Charles O'N 

Courage, J. R 


(( 


tt 


Southern 
Island.... 


District 




Cunningham, \Vm., J. P.. 
Dickinson, Gustavus H . 




Tilt Cove 


(( 


Doyle, Edward 


Northern 
Island ... 


District 


t( 


Dunfield, B. A 




.. 


Emerson, C. H., K.C. . . 


<( 


(( 


Fenelon, John 


it 


(I 


Fitzgerald, H.F., J.P. .. 


(t 


(« 



Notaries — Constahulary. 



IM 



the "New Knit" Underwear. 



Name. 



Jurisdiction. 



Residence. 



Gardner, T. A 

Garcin, Thomas A 

Gibbs, Hoa. M. P., K.C. 

Hart, John 

Hunt, C. E 

Hutchings, C. H., K.C. . 

Jardine, John 

Keating, J. W 

Keats, Alphonsus 

Knight, H. E 

Kelly, W. O'D 

Lilly, George R., J.P. . . 
Lloyd, W. F., D.C.L. .. 

Lockyer, J. D 

March, Levi, J.P 

Mews, F. A 

McGrath, J.J 

Mifflen, I. J., J.P 

Morison, D., K.C 

Munn, D 

O'DriscolI, P.C 

Oke, W. A., J.P 

Penney, Alfred, J.P 

Percy, John K 

Pinsent, Earl 

Pike, Nathaniel 

Prowse, Kenneth R 

Reid, F. E 

Rendell, A. S 

Renonf, C. H 

Robinson, J. A 

Sansom, E. J 

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Squarey, Robert, J.P. . . 
Squires, Hon. R.A., Ll.B. 

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St. John's 
King's Cove 
St. John's 



Bay Roberts 
Channell 
Presque 
St. John's 



Bay of Islands 
St. John's 

Greenspond 
St. John's 
Harbor Grace 
St. John's 
Harbor Grace 
Carbonear 
St. John's 

Grand Falls 
St. John's 
Heart's Delight 
St. John's 



Scilly Cove 

Twillingate 

Channell 

St. John's 

Fogo 

Bonavista 

Brigus 

St. John's 

Twillingate 

Bonne Bay 

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CONSTABULARY. 

OFFICE ; FOBT TOWNSHEND, ST. JOHN'S. 

Inspector-General — John Sullivan, J. P., K.P.M. 
Sujjerintendent — William Grimes, J.P. 
Secretary and Accountant — George Coughlan. 



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Allocation of Districts and how manned. 
Central Station, No. 1. 



Inspector General. . 1 
Superintendent . . 1 



Head Constables . . 2 

Sergeants 3 

Constables 13 



Acting Sergeants. . 3 
Detectives 2 



Eastern Station, No. 2. 



Sergeant 1 

Constables 10 



Western Station, No. 2. 



Head Constable 1 

Sergeant 1 

Constables 12 

Total Force 45 men and 2officers. 



Harbor Grace Force. 

Head Constable 

Acting Sergeant 

Constables 



Total 5 



Carbonear Force. 

Head Constable 1 

Sergeant 1 

Constables 2 



Total 4 



Kecapitulation. 



Inspector General 1 

Superintendent 1 

Clerk and Secretary 1 

District Inspector 1 

Head Constables 5 



Sergeants 13 

Acting Sergeants 9 

Constables 65 

Messenger 1 

Total Force 97 



Hours on and hours off Duty. 
On Duty. 
Early Duty — From 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. 
Day Duty — From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., first relief. 
" From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., second relief. 

" From 7 p.m. to 12 p.m., all available. 

Night Duty — From 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. 

Off Duty. 

Early Duty — From 11 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

Day Duty — From 10 a.m. *^o 2 p.m., second relief. 

" From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., first relief. 

Early Duty — From 2 p.m. till following morning to 10 a.m. 
Night Duty — From 2 p.m. till following morning to 10 a.m. 

" From 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

N,B.— The above rules also apply to Harbor Grace and Carbonear. 



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Outport Stations. 



Locality. 



Police Force. 



Local Constables. 



Tilt Cove 

Little Bay 

Twillingate 

Fogo 

Greeaspond 

Gambo 

Bonavista 

Catalina 

Trinity 

Heart's Content . . 

Hant's Harbor . . 

Old Perlican 

Blackhead 

Bay Bulls 

Bay de Verde 

Lower Island Cove 

Carbonear 



Harbor Grace 



Riverhend, H. G. 
Spaniard's Bay 
Bay Roberts 
Brigus 

Harbor Main 
Holyrood 
Portugal Cove 
Torbay 
Pouch Cove 

Bell Island 

Cape Broyle 

Ferryland 

Renews 

Fermeuse 

St. Mary's 

Placentia 

Red Island 

Marystown 

St. Anthony 

Manuels 

Burin 

St. Lawrence 

Lamaliue 



Constable Thomas Walsh 
Constable John Dewling. 
Cojstable Samuel Tulk. 
Constable Wm. Shave. 
Constable Alex. Tucker. 
Actg Sergt. Thos Forsey. 
Actg Sergt. .T. Fitzgerald 
Actg Sergt. Step. White. 
Sergeant John Ryan. 
Constable Thos. Wells. 

Acting Sergt. A. March. 

Constable A. Fahey. 
Constable Ed. Crocker. 



Head Const. A. Newhook 

1 Sergeant. 

2 Constables. 

Head Const. J. Sheppard 
1 Acting Sergeant. 

3 Constables. 



P. Tuck. 
R. Curtis. 

H Bowen. 



Constable E. Mifflen.^ 
Constable Robt. J. Wells 
Constable B. Bishop. 
Constable Patrick Devine 
Constable M. Grouchey. 



Sergeant J. B. Cox. 
Constable John Morrissey 
Constable Patk. Whelan. 
Constable Thos. Murphy. 
Constable T. Lynch. 

Constable A. Stapleton. 
Sergeant James Kent. 

Constable Peter Lee. 
Constabls Wm. Blundon. 
Constable Henry Humber 
Constable Geo. Bartlett. 
Constable Thos. Kelly 



James Moron. 



James Murphy. 

William Hibbs. 
D. McGuire. 
H. Baldwin. 



James Williams. 
Edward Johnson. 
D. Trainor. 



J. Ryan. 



Wm. G. t^ittman. 



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Locality. 


Police Force. 


Local Constables. 


Grand Bank 


Constable Geo. Bennett. 




Trepassey 


Constable Ed. Quinlan. 




King's Cove 


Constable R. G. Pittman. 




Rose Blanche 


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James LeMoine. 


Harbor Breton , . 


Actg Sergt. A. Gardiner. 




Burgeo 


Constable Wm. Russell. 




Port aux Basques.. 


Const. John K. Squibb. 




Channel; 


Sergeant John Crane. 




Bay St. George , . 


Sergeant Geo. Goodland. 




Curling 


District Insp. Bartlett. 




Constable Rod Quinlan. 




Bonne Bay 


Constable Thos. Walters. 




Lewisporte 


Constable Jacob Cram. 




Botwood 


Constable Fred. Churchill 




Grand Falls 


Constable W. Martin. 





CONSTABULARY FIRE UEPARTMENT. 

Superintendent — Michael Dunn. 

District Chiefs -Ford Winsor ; James Trebble ; Patrick Kane. 

Sergeants — Levi Caiaes, John Reardon, N. Neary. 



Central Station, No. 1. 

1 Superintendent. 
1 District Chief. 
1 Sergeant. 
1 Engineer. 

8 Constables. 

43 " Reserve " men. 

9 Horses and equipment, 
1 Steam Fire Engine. 

1 Chemical Engine. 

1 Set Extension Ladders. 

2 Hose Reels. 

1 Horse Ladder Truck. 
1 Single Ladder Truck. 
1 Express Waggon. 
1 Hose Waggon. 
25 " Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

Eastern Station, No.. 2. 

1 District Chief. 
1 Sergeant, 5 men. 
22 " Reserve " men. 

3 Horses and equipment. 

1 Ambulance Waggon. 

2 Hose Reels. 
1 Waggon. 



1 Set Extension Ladders. 
19 " Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

Western Statiqn, No. 3. 

1 Distriot Chief. 
1 Sergeant. 
1 Engineer, 5 men. 
30 " Reserve " men. 
4 Horses and equipment. 

1 Steam Fire Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 

1 Horse Waggon. 
1 Set Extension Ladders. 
26 " Gamewell " Fire Alarm Boxes. 

South Side. 

1 Hand Fire Engine. 

2 Hose Reels. 
1 Set Ladders. 

25 " Reserve " men. 

Sub-Station (Cookstown Road. 

] Steam Fire Engine. 

1,000 feet Hose, Branch Pipes. 

1 Hose Reel. 

1 Winter Hose Reel. 

1 Alarm Gong. 



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Recapitulation. 

1 Chief Officer. 

1 Superintendent. 

3 District Chiefs. 
23 Men. 

130 Reserve men. 
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Total Force . . 158 — 16 Horses and 70 " Gamewell" Fire Alarm Boxes. 

Colonial Penitentiary, St. John's. 

Superintendent — A. A. Parsons, J.i*. \ First Turnkey — James Oakley. 
Deputy Superintendent and Book- Second Turnkey — L. Kose. 

keeper — Theo. F. Thompson. j Third Turnkey — Rd. Hammond. 

Surgeon — Dr. L. E. Keegan. ' Fourth Turnkey — Isaac Chafe. 

First lF«r</e;i— Michael Manning, j Matron — Miss Elizabeth Dunphy. 
Second Warden — Daniel Crotty. | Watchman — John Walsh. 
Orderly — William Hackett. 

Outport Gaolers. 



Twillingate—Con?,ta,\Ae S. Tulk. 

Greensyond — K. Carter. 

Bonavista — Acting Sergeant James 

Fitzgerald. 
Trinity — Sergeant J. Ryan. 
Harbor Grace — J. Trapnell 



Ferryland — O. Geary. 
Placentia — Edward Collins. 
Bnrin — Const. George Bartlett. 
Harbor Triton — ActingSergt. Arch. 

Gardner. 
Channell — Sergt John Crane. 



Turnkey — T. Martin. Gaol Surgeon, Harbor Grace — 

IIS — nnnstfl.lilfi R Bishnn. • Dr. (',. Crnn.. 



Brigus — Constable B. Bishop. ' Dr. C. Cron, 



Stparftttpnta of 3^tttanrp txnh OInatnmo. 

Minister of Finance and Customs — Hon. M. P. Cashin. 

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. 

General Office : Customs' Building. 
Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Deputy Minieter of Finance— J. S. Keating. 

Accountant of Contingencies and Inland Revenue Glerh — Geo. Bursell. 
Typeivriter — Miss Clotilda Bonia. 

Public Debt Office, Finance Department. 

Interest on Debentures paid on 2nd day of January and 1st day of 
July in each year, those days not being Sundays or proclaimed holidays 

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Chairman — Hon. M. P. Cashin, Minister of Finance and Customs (ex 
officio.) 

Hon. J. R. Bennett, Colonial Secretary. 
Hon. J. C. Crosbie. 

CUSTOMS' DEPARTMENT. 

Office : Custom House, Water Street. 

Office Hours : St. John's 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Assistant Collector and Deputy Minister of Customs — H. W. LeMessurier, 

J.P., C.M.G. 
First Clerk and Warehouse Keeper— John Fox. 
Second Clerk and Cashier — J. Noonaa. 
Third Clerk— E. Taylor. 
Fourth Clerk— W. Royle. 
Fifth Clerk— W. G. Dryer. 

Sixth Clerk — 

First Statistical Clerk — A. B. LeMessurier. 
Second Statistical Clerk — George E. Moores. 
Assistant Statistiral Clerks — T. P. Jackman. 

C. H. Renouf. 
Inspector of Customs — R. T. McGrath, J. P. 
Inspector of Revenue Prottctive Service — J. O'Reilly, J. P., I.S.O. 
Landing Surveyor — W. R. Stirling. 
Tide Surveyor — H. J. Watts. 
First Landing Waiter — M. Puddister. 
Second Landing Waiter — P. J. O'Neill. 
Railway Manifest Clerk — M. A. O'Brien. 
Clerk in Landing Surveyor's Office — A. Freeman. 

Examining Officer — 

Assistant Examiner — J. C. Carter. 

" J. Gibbs. 

Storekeeper — T. Broderick. 
Locker — P. Walsh. 
First Assistant Locker — P. McGrath. 
Seeond Assistant Locker — M. Kelly. 
Third Assistant Locker — G. Wight. 

Housekeeper — Mrs. McGregor. , 

Authorized Broker — J. McNamara. 

Sub-Collectors. 

Argentia—k. J. Keats | Bonavista—R. Brown 

Bay of Islands — M. J. McEvoy Bonne Bay~M. Jenkins 

Bay Roberts — W. Parsons " ^ - - 

Bell Island— v.' F. Berteau 
Belleoram — F. Curnew 



Botwood—ThomAS Antle 
Brigus—S. E. Chafe. 
Britannia — J. Lea wood 



Bishop's Falls— E. B. Colbourne " Burgeo—J. C. Cunningham 
Blanc Sablon—J. Burt j Burin— W. Paul 



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Groceries and Provisions. 



Catalina — B. Perry 
Cape Broyle — J. T. Carew 
Garhonear — T. Hogan 
Channel — T. Soper 
Clarenville — Allan Benson. 
Conception Harbor — P. Wade. 
Godroy—^. J. Gillis 
Exploits Burnt Id — W. Winsor. 
Ferryland — M. White 
Flower's Gove—Y. Cox. 
Fogo—R. Scott 
Gambo — S. Blandford 
Gaultois — W. R. Andrews 
Glenwood — H. F. Colbourne 

Grand Bank 

Grand Falls— 'N. Pike 
Gremspond—T>. Blandford 
Eant's Harbor — James Tuck. 
Harbor Breton — C. Way 
Hr. Buffett—W. McK. Chamber.-, 
Harbor Grace — W. Ward 
Herring Neck — M. Simms 
Holyrood — W. Joy. 
Humbermouth — H. Norman 
Labrador — J. Gosse 
Lamaline — C. C. Pitman 
Lark Harbor — W. C. Gear 
Laivn — J. Benning. 
LaPoile- 0. F. Read 
LaScie — D. P. Duggan 
Levnsporte — W. W. Bradley 



Little Bay—W. G. Duder 
Marystown — J. E. Long 
Moreton's Harbor — J. H. Tavernor. 
Nipper's Harbor — H. H. Batstonr 
Norris' Arm — H. F. Colbourne 
Oderin — F. W. Power 
Pilleij'sldand—W. G. Duder 
Placentia — T. Fitzpatrick 
Port au Port — A. S. DuBourdieu 
Port aux Basques — M. Pike I 
Port Blandford — Jas. Rowsell 
Port Saunders — W. J. Garland 
Presque — T. Snllivau 
Pushthrough — J. Camp 
Ramea — A. H. Ingraham 
Penews—T. McCarthy 
Eigolette — William Green 
Robinson's Head~G. Renouf 
Sandy Point — A. Tilley . 
St. Anthony — N. Simms 
St. George's— A. O'Reilly 
St. Jacques— W. T. Burke 
Stone's Cove — F. Dinham 
Sound Island^A. HoUett 
Tilt Cove~W. Cunningham 
Trepassey — J. F. Devereux 
Trinity— W. White 
Tunllingate — A. J. Pearce 
Western Bay — P. J. Fahey 
Wood's Island— T. M. Costello. 



Preventive Officers. 



Bay Bulls— J. F. Williams 
Heart's Content— G. G. Rendell ] 
King's Cove — R. Law ton 
Little River — J. J. Doyle 
Rose Blanche — R. Furneaux 
Fortune — Gecrge Vey 

Whitboui ne- 



Garnish — B. A. Brazil 
Harbor Main — J. Kennedy 
Salmo7iier—Jei,me8 White 
Salvage— 3. Burden 
St. Laivrence—M. Vavassour. 
St. Mary's— W. Hogan 
H. L. Leslie. 



Registrar of Shipping, Newfoundland. 

H. W. LeMessurier, C.M.G., Registrar ; T. R. McGrath, Clerk. 

Surveyors of Shipping. 



St. John's— T. R. McGrath 
Little Bay—W. G. Duder 
Exploits— A. Freeman 
Salvage to Cape Freeh— i. Burden 



Kings Cove — R. Lawton 
Catalina— E. Perry 
Britannia— i. Lea wood 
Trinity— y^. White 



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Garbonear — T. Hogan i Rose Blanche— Rich&Td Furneaux 



Harbor Grace — W. Ward 
Burin— W. Paul 



Burgeo — J. C. Cunningham 
Channel — T. Soper 



Fortune — G. Vey ,„ .^, , ,, Tur-m 

Grand Bank -Baj/ of Islands— M. J. McEvoy 

Belleoram—F. Curnew. Bonne Bay — M. Jenkins 

Harbor Breton — C. Way ! Marystown — J. E. Long 

Surveyors of Passenger Accommodation. 
E. English, T. K. McGrath. 



if^jartmfnt of Agnrulturt mxh M\mB. 

Office : Museum Building. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Agriculture and Alines — Hon. S. D. Blandford. 

Deputy Head — George E. Turner, J. P. 

First Clerk — Thomas J. Thorburn. 

Second Clerk— J. W. McNeily. 

Accountant — S. Hart. 

Typist — Neil McLellan. 

Surveyor to Department — Franci.? H. Balfour. 

Director of Geological Surxey and Curator of Museum — James P. 

Howley, F.G.S. 
First Surveyor — William Noel. 
Second Surveyor — Henry J. Duder. 
Chief Woods Banger -ThomsiS Howe. 
Inspector Timber Limits — G. L. Phillips. 
Examiner of Mill Accounts — D. Thistle. 
Messenger — John Maher. 

Newfoundland Agricultural Board. 

Hon. S. D. Blandford, J. F. Downey, R. J. Devereaux, A. J. Bayley, 
Acting Secretary. 

Government Analyst 

D. James Davis, B.Sc. [Wales] ; F. C. S. [London] ; Member of the 
Society of Public Analysts, England. 

Deputy Surveyors, 

[Authorized to act in any part of Newfoundland.] 



Officers of the Department of Agri- 
culture and Mines. 
Bay koberts—A. Calpin. 
Burgoyne's Cove — William Tulk 
Bell Island — Peter Quigley 
Eugene H. Reee, 



Brigus — J. F. Hearn 

Brooklyn, B. j9.— Arthur Sinyard 

Burin— G. M. Goddavd 

Simeon Avery, J. P. 
Gape Broyle — J. R. Hussey 
Garhpnear — R. L. Richards 



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Catalina — A. J. Crocker 

S. Mifflen 
Cliannell—B.. T. Squarey, J.P. 
Ghar;ottetown — S. Spracklin 
Epivorth—E. S. Bradley 
Fogo — Thomas Lucas 
Fortune — H. J. Haddon 
Freshwater, Bay de Verde — Alau 

Vatcher 
Grand Bank — L. B. Clarke 
Grand Falls— W. Scott, C.E. 
Q. E. Sanders 
R. M. Philip 
GreenspondS. S. Mifflen, B.Sc. 
Harbor Breton — C. Way, J.P. 

W. E. Parsons 
Harbor Grace— J. B. Coady 
Heart's Content — C.G. Rendell 
King's C'oije— Richard Lawton 

M. J. Holland 
Jackson's Gove, N. D. Bay — Lorenzo 

Newhook 
Lance Cove, Smith's Sound — E. T. 

Gardiner 
Lexoisporte — Alfred Young 
Little Placentia — A. L, Keats 
Lower Island Cove — A. G. Hudson 

Medley Garland 



Millville—J. Murphy 
Marystown — M. J. Flynn 
Open Hall — Henry Miles 
Placentia— W. F. O'Reilly, J.P. 
Pilley's Island— B.. M. Herbert 
Pool's Island — Joseph Davis 
Port Blandford — T. Howe 
St. Philip's— Q. A. Moulton 
Rose Blanche — R. Furneaux 
Salmonier — Peter J, Tremlett 
Salvage Bay — Joseph H. T. Moss 
Spaniard's Bay - B. B. Squires 
St. George — J. A. McLellan 
St. John's— A. F. Y. Long ; W. H. 
Taylor ; C. A. White ; W. F. Can- 
ning ; W. P. Ryan ; John Holden; 
Albert J. Bayly ; M. J. James ; 
Wilfred Pippy ; E. P. Story ; W. 
A. Coughlan; Michl. S. Sullivan ; 
D. Thistle. 
St. Lawrence— A. Farrell 
Sweet Bay — JoIifFe Quinton 
Torbay — J. Roach 
Trepassey — D. Pennell 
Trinity — Samuel Hussey 
Twillingate — J. A. S. Peyton 
E. P. Peyton 



Museum. 

Curator— J. P. Howley, F. G. S. 

Typist Miss O'Mara. 

Caretaker Museum Building — W. Duggan. 

Open to the public every day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and from 2 p.m. 

p.m. 

Surveyors of Lumber. 



Adams Cove — George Moors 
Alexander i?aj/— Victor Roach 
John Whelan 
W. M. Dewey 
J. D. Boone 
Avondale — Harold Clarke 
Badger Bay — Wm. Campbell. 
Badger Brook— W. J. McDonald 

J. D. Coleman 
Bay iJo&erts— Thomas Wilcox 

J. Russell (of Elijah) 

B. Mercer 

A. Wilcox, Wra. Earle 



Bay Roberts West — Isaac Sparks 
Bell Islands. K. LeDrew 
Blackhead — Walter Crummy 

G. W. Butt 
Bay of Islands— John Fi.sher 
James Knight 
Joseph Fisher 
Joseph Petipas 
Clarence Elford 
Birchy Bay, Twillingate — R. Osmond 
Bishopi's Falls — J. A. Lindall 
Bonavista — Chas. E. Thompson. 
Robert Brown 



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Bonne Bay — R. Sheppard 
Walter Young 
George T. Gosney 
Stephen Mudge 
Botwood — A. J. Harvey 

A. N. Antle 
Brigui — James Fardy 

Benjamin French 
R. Bartlett 
John Snow 
Brooklyn — A. C. Pye 

T. H. Synyard 
Brown's Arm, N.D.B. — K. Arnold 
Burin — E. Burgess 
Burnt Arm — Stanley LeDrew 
Campbellton — Thomas James 
Alfred Young 
George Manuel 
Canada Bay — Wm. Fillier 
Garbonear — James R. Guy 
Frank B. Pike 
C. J. Kennealy 
John Kennealy 
Gatalina — A. J. Crocker 
Victor Martin 
Ghannell — E. Bragg 
Chapil Arm, T.B — Michael Power 
Chance Cove — Josiah Warren 

Clarice's Beach — 

Clode Somid — James B. Rowsell 

James Burry 
Cow Head — Benj. Payne 
Colinet — Lemuel Simmonds 
John Sparks 
H. W. Simmonds 
A. Davis 
Michael Keefe 
Corner Brook — Patrick Power, jr. 
N. Young 
Jos. Fisher 
Grabbe's Station — John Hall 
Cupids — J. Badcock 
John Kelly 
P. J. Feehan 

Curling — Pierce Power 
Richard Allan 

Deer Lake — John J. Ivany 
Dog Bay—D. Tilly 
Drake Cove, B. B.—L. J. Pritchett 
Eiliston—k. J. Way 



Englee — James Dower 
W. Gillard 
H. Compton 
Exploits, N. Arm — John Jefiferies 
Fair Islands — Caleb Cutler 
John Brown 
Fortune— J. L. Bennett 
Fortune Harbor — Wm. Quirk. 
Freshwater, Bay de V. — 0. Parsons 
F. Parsons 
Gambo — A. Pritchett 
M. C. Martin 
Job C. Pritchett 
Thomas Curran 
Thomas Harty 
Joseph Ward 
G. J. Pritchett 
George Abbott 
J. S. Puddister 
S. J. Pritchett 
J. K. Gibbons 
P. J. Cashin 
S. Goulding 
George Pritchett 
Gander Bay— John W. Webb 
Louis Woolfrev 
A. J. Hoff 

L. French (Man Pt.; 
George's Pond—L. Moxfield 
Glovertoivn — Theop. Janes 
Nelson Burry 
Green's Harbor — W. Drover 
Grand Falls— W. W. Whelan 
W. R. Colbourne 
James A. Cater 
Louis Woolfrey 
John Maidment 
Gooseberry Id. — Alphonsus House 
Green Bay, N. W. Arm —P. Lush 
ffreenspojic? — Walter G. Osmond 
R. Humphries 
James Granter 
E. Pittman 
William Dom ny 
Hall's Bay — Henry Clark 
G. S. Thistle 
Harbor Grace — A. Rogers 

W, E. Carson 
Harbor Main — John Quinlan 
Haricot — C. Butt 



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Haricot — G. Simmons 
Heart's Content — G. J. Young 
Heart's Delight — A. Case 

Wm. Crocker 
H. Harnum 
Heart's Desire — Thomas George 
Horwood — John E. Cater 
Robert Pike 
George Cater 
Frank Hodder 
Indian Bay, B. B. — John Goulding 

Hedley Feltham 
Jacksons Arm, W.B. — K. Lash 
Jacksons Arm, G.B.— O. W. Render 
Joe Batt's Arm — Ambrose Coffin 
Kelligrews — Wm. Hibbs 
Ed. Hynes 
Kings Point, S. W. Arm Green Bay— 

B. Batstone 
F. R. Thistle 

Little Bay, N.D. Bay—U. A. Strong. 
Leading Tickles — Leander Rowsell 
Leicisporte — U. Freak 

J. W. Noseworthy 
R. B. Hancock 
D. E. Freake 
Chesley Woolfreys 
Little Placentia — Thomas Kelly 
Loon Bay, N.D. Bay — 
W. G. Roberts 
John Elliott 
Bertram Roberts 

C. Linfield 
Sidney Manuel 

Main Biver — Allison Purdy 
Middle Arm, G.B.—F. G. Rideout 
Middle Arm, B.B.—Wm. Pritchett 
Millertown—G. H. Chalk 
Moreton's Harbor- W. S. French 

Ambrose Osmond 
Musgrave ffr.— N. W. H. Gillingham 
Musgravstown—'B. Stead 
Marystown—G. Gower 

John Farrell 
Mooring Gove, Burin — V. Nolan 
Northern Arm, Exploits Bay — 

W. Manuel 
New Bay, N. W. Arm—i. Churchill 
New Bay, S. W. Arm — 

Jos. Baggs 

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Adolphus Yates 
James Andrews 
0. Stuckless 
J. Thocapson 
New Harbor, T.B.—A. J. Pollett 
Norris' Arm- A. C. Constable 
Thomas J. Ryan 
Notre Dame Junction — A. Freeman 
Old Perlican- Wm. Reckett 
L. J. March 
Chesley Linfield 
Openhall — Edward Barker 
Pilley's Island — Philip Pride 

Charles Tucker 
David Sutton 
Placentia — C. Sinnott 
T. Polfrey 

Thos. Kelly (S. E. Arm). 
Point Leamington — Jas. Andrews 

John Hutchcroft 
W. H. Baggs 
G. J. Stuckley 
Pool's Island- -J. B. Davis 
Port aux Basques — W. Vardy 
Port au Port— A. S. DuBordieu 
Port Blandford — Andrew Stares 
Portland, B B. — John HoUoway 
Rocky Harbor — James Shears 
Safe Harbor — P. Bourne 
Salvage Bay — Joseph H. Mors 
Seal Bay, N.D.B.—W. Hellimore 
Seldom- come-by — W. A. Rowe 
W. A. Howe 

Shoal Harhor—li. Lowe 
Shoal Bay, B.B. — Harrison Smith 
A. L. White 
Germon Pelley 
Smiths Sound— T:. B. R. Stone 
Spaniard's Boy— M. Ryan 

Nath. Gosse 
Mark Gosse 

Sprinqdale, N.D.B. — John Grimes 
S. Clarke 
F. Clarke 
B. S. Clarke 

Squid Tickle, B.B.—F. Burden 

Stephenville — Albert March 
Narcisse Gadon 
John Delainey 



S02 Surveyors of Lumher. — t)epart. Marine & Fisheries. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



Stephenville Crossing — Jacob Bishop 

A. Delany 
St. George — Dugald McLellan 

Alex. Hudson 
St. Mary's— F. J. Power 

J. J. Bonia 
Sandy Point — John McLennon 
Wilfrid LeRoux 
South River — Wni. Andrews 
Stanleyville — Gregory Gosney 
St. Brendan's — Thomas Hynes 
St. Philips (St. John's JF.)— Israel 

Clarke 
St. John's — John Badcock 

A. R. Barnes 

Edwin Blackler 

D. Barnes 

E. Best 

James Uostello 
John Collins 
Duncan Cook 

F. J. Doyle 
Maurice Halleran 
Albert Horwood 

F. M. Horwoodj 
H. W. Horwood 
George A. Lilly 
T. A. Lawrence 
William Moores 

G. W. Mews 
G. T. Phillips 
Edward Skinner 



C. W. Smallwood 
G. C. Short 
J. St. George 
H. J. Vavasseur 
Michael Walsh 
William Watson 
Eli Whiteway 
James Alwiu 
Michael J. James 
M. S. Sullivan 
N. G. James 
S. A. Darby 
Three Arms, N.D.B.~B. E. Norris 
Tickle Cove, B.B.—F. Kelly 
Tizzard's Harbor — R. Small 
Torhay — John Roche 
Trepassey — D. J. Pennell 
Tri7nty—F. T. Granger 
Tmllingate — E. Manuel 

A. H. Peyton 
A. A. Power 
Upper Island Cove — A. Crane 
Wesleyville — W. C. Wlnsor 

Nathan Winsor 
Western Bay—'M. H. Lynchl 
G. Perry (of G.) 
J. Lynch 
fVhitbourne — R. H. (jJosse 

W. J. Kennedy 
C. Noseworthy 
A. Hutchings 



Office : Customs' Building. 
Office Hours 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries — A. W. Piccott. 
Deputy Minister of Marine and Fisheries— A.. C. Goodridge. 

Secretary 

Accountant — H. V. Hutchings. 
Second Clerk — Thomas Devine. 
Inspector of Lighthouses — R. White. 

Secretary Lighthouse Department and Inspector of Marine Worhs- 
W. Rogerson. 

Assistant Inspector of Lighthouses and Mechanician — T, Cornick, 



Departvient of Marine and Fisheries. 203 

Chickering ; America's Best Piano. 

Inspectors of Boilers — A. McLachlan and D. M. MacFarlaae. 
Inspector of Fisheries— S. H. Dee. * 

Third Clerk and Messenger — 

Stenographer and Typist — Miss I. I. Calpin. 
Storekeeper — H. Gosse 

Fisheries Board. 

President — Minister of Marine and Fisheries, ex officio; A. McDougall, 
Hon. M. P. Casbin, W. C. Winsor, E. G. Grant. 

Herring Fishery Board. 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries, President (ex officio) ; Hon. .John 
Harvey ; A. E. Hickman, M.H.A. ; Jos. O'Reilly, J.P., I.S.O. ; D. Ryau ; 
Jas. Barry ; J. T. Thorne ; R. Jennings, M.H.A.; Benjamin Tulk ; A. B. 
Harding ; II. B. Job; John Clonston; Frederick Moore; W. '.V. Halfyard, 
M.H.A.; G. G. Fearn; Geo. H. Badcock, Secretary. 

Examiners for Granting "^Certificates to Engineers. 
A. McLachlan and D. M. MacFarlane. 

Inspectors of Pickled Fish and Oils. 
Chief Inspector — P. J. Fitzgerald. 



Greenspond — Mark Dowden 
King's Cove— Michael Martin 
Trinity — George Oakley 

Garbonear — Ed. Joyce, G. Soper, J. 
Kenealy, J. Udell, .L. Taylor, A. 
Earle, Wni. Winsor 

Harbor Grace — Ed. Parsons, John 
Sheppard, Henry Garland, Mat- 
thew Martin, John Coady. 

Bay Roberts — Henry Dawe 

Salmon Cove — Daniel Kennedy 



St. Jo/mi'.s— Michael Murphy, Mich'l 
Linegar, R. Colford, P. McGrath, 
James McFarlane, Steph. Rogers, 
Leonard Taylor, Frederick Rowe, 
John Geary, Mich'l Wall, R. Mar- 
shall, J. Chafe. 

St. Jacques — J. C. Noseworthy 

Belleoram — Levi Cluett 

Bay St. George— "E.. Filatre, William 
Parsons. 

Lark Harbor — George Sheppard 

Bay of Islands — W. H. Messervey 

Bonne Bay — Francis Cox 



S. S. Fiona. 



Captain — E. Engli.'h, jr. 
Chief Officer- M. Kehoe 



Chief Engineer — J. Martin 

Ship's Husband — Capt. E. English 



Newfoundland Government and Lloyds' Surveyor 
and Inspector oj Shipping. 

The Surveyor — James Black. 
Assistant Surveyor — Samuel K. Bell. 

Game and Inland Fisheries Board. 

President — The Minister of Marine and Fisheries, ex officio. 
Vice-President — Thomas Winter. 

First Assistant Vice-President — ■ 

Second Assistant Vice-President— h\exsinAeT McDougall, 



204 Mer. Marine O^ce — Com. of WrecJced Property. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD, The 

Hon. J. R. Bennett, W H. Rennie, Dr. C. Fitzgerald, 

M.H.A. W. H. Bartlett, W. J. Sinnott, 

W. E. Wood, K.C. G. E. Motty, Thomas Moulton, 

W. A. B. Sclater, R. White, G. Babbitts, 

W. J. Carroll, W. C. Winsor, Secretary. 

F. MacJNamara, E. G. Grant, 

Mercantile Marine and Shipping Office. 
Office : Customs' Building, King's Wharf. 
Office Hours : 10 to 3. 
Supt. Mercantile Marine and Shipping Officer — Frederick Carter. 

Commissioners of Wrecked Property. 

Lock's Gove to Englee (both inclusive) — J. D. Fitzgerald. 

Cape John to Pilley's Island {both inclusive) — W. G. Duder. 

Twillingale — C. White. 

Fogo, Little Fogo, Indian and Change Islands — Aaron Stone. 

Cap)e Freels to Cape Fareivell, including Penguin and Wadham Islands 

Henry Bobbins. 
Salvage to Gape Bonavista -D. A.. Ryan, J. P. 
Ca2)e Bonavista to English Head — W. S. Jones. 
Grate's Point to Broad Cove, Blackhead Bay — John Ryan. 
Harbor Grace to Kelligrews — John Jardine, J. P. 
Cape Spear to Bay Bulls — Henry Chafe. 
Bay Bulls to La Manche — Michael Burke. 

LaManche to Fermeuse, exclusive — 

Fermeuse, inclusive, to Ca2M Race, exclusive — T. McCarthy. 
Cape Race, inchisive, to Broad Cove, St. Mary's Bay — 



Broad Cove, St Mary's Bay, exc , to Point Lance, inc. — J. J. Bishop. 

Point Lance to Point Verde, exclusive — Patrick Rourke. 

Point Verde, inclusive, to Rushoon, inclusive — John Handrick. 

Point May to Garnish — Eli Harris. 

District of Fortune Bay — 0. Way. 

Burgeo Division, District of Burgeo and LaPoile—3a.s. M. Keating. 

Channell (Cape Ray to Coal River) — J. W. Keating. 

By sec. 2, Con. Stat. (2nd series), the senior Customs' officer residing 
in or near any district in which there is no Wreck Commissioner, is em- 
powered to act as Commissioner ; and in the event of his inability from 
illness to be present at the locality of the wreck, he may appoiat, by wri- 
ting under his hand, any perse n to act in his stead. 

Commissioners of Pilots. 

St. John's — George Shea, Chairman; The Minister of Marine and 
Fisheries, R. B Job, Edward English, Secretary. 

Fogo — A. Payne, Aaron Stone, Ambrose Fitzgerald. 
Pilley's Island~G. F. Taylor, J. Colbourne, E. Herbert. 
Lewisporte—W. W. Bradley, G. Manuel, Uriah Freake. 



Pilots. — Hates of Pilotage. — Toivage Rates. 



Model Mail Order House. 



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Pilots, St. John's. 

One Motor Boat to remain on Stition continuously. 
F. Leary, F. Lewis, E. Lewis, 

J. Furlong, P. Howard, G. Lewis, 

J. Brown, J. Goss, W. Broderick, 



W. Lewis, 



J. Penney, 



E. Malone. 



Table of Rates of Pilotage of Vessels in and out of St, John's. 



JS^ew Measurement. Rates Cy. 
On vessels under 80 tons $5.35 



Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 
Do 



from 80 to 100 tons 
from 100 to 120 tons 
from 120 to 160 tons 
from 160 to 200 tons 
from 200 to 240 tons 
fron) 240 to 280 tons 
from 280 to 300 tons 
from 300 to 350 tons 



JVew Measurement. Rates Cy. 

On vessels from 350 to 400 tons ... $16.00 
6.70 Do from 400 to .^00 tons ... 18.75 

7.35 Do from ,500 to 600 tons ... 21.35 

8.00 Do from 600 to 700 tons ... 24.00 

8.70 Do from 700 to 800 tons ... 26.76 

9,35 Over that size — for every 100 tons 

10,00 .ailditional 1.35 

10.70 And on no sailing vessel is the 

13. ,35 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 vessel.s. 

Steamers employed in the fisheries of the Colony shall be exempt, 
except when on foreign voyages. 

Coastal steamers shall also be exempt. 

Subsidized mail steamer.s, in connection with the Colony, shall pay 
on the horse-power, at the rate of eight cents for each horse-power. 

All coasting vessels which may take pilots, to pay one-half of the 
above rates of pilotage in proportion to their tonnage. 

The above scale of pilotage shall be payable on the register tonnage 
of all such vessels, '^as ascertained before going out of the harbor. 

Towage Rates, St, John's. 

Crwss Tonnage. 

Vessels 60 tons and under f6,00 

Do from 60 to 100 tons (15 cts, 
per ton additional. ) 

Do from 100 to 125 tons 14.00 

Do from 126 to 150 tons 17.00 

Do from 151 to 175 tons 20 00 

Do from 176 to 200 tons 23.00 

Do from 201 to 225 tons 26,00 

Do from 226 to 250 tons 29.00 

Do from 251 to 300 tons 31 .00 





Gross 


Tonnage. 




fissel 


s from 301 to 


350 tons ... 


.. $3.5,00 


Do 


from 351 to 


400 tons.... 


.. 38 00 


Do 


from 401 to 


450 tons.... 


.. 41.00 


Do 


from 451 to 


500 tons.... 


.. 43,00 


Do 


from 501 to 


5,50 tons.... 


.. 46.00 


Do 


from 551 to 


600 tons... 


.. 50.00 


no 


from 601 to 


700 tons.... 


.. 55 00 


Do 


from 701 to 


800 tons.... 


.. 60.00 


Do 


from 801 to 


900 tons.... 


.. 66.00 


Do 


from 901 to 1,000 tons.... 


.. 72.00 



Vessels requiring the steamer to go beyond limits as'far as Cape Spear 
to pay one-third additional, and any vessel requiring towage beyond the 
Cape to the South or an equal distance to the Northward will be charged 
by special agreement. 

The above rates apply only to ordinary circumstances. Vessels in 
distress or otherwise disabled will have to make special contract for assist- 
ance, Vessels employing the steamer inwards will be taken outwards on 



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their next voyage at two-thirds of the" above rates. Vessels using the 
steamer's hawser, to pay ten per cent, on towage rates for the same. 

In addition to the above rates, one-third additional will be charged 
during winter months, commencing on the 10th December and ending on 
10th April each year. 

N.B. — Special rates will be charged during the ice season. 

The owners are not responsible for any damage done by the vessel 
towed, to themselves or others. 

Shifting in Harbour. 



Sailing Vessels. 
Schooners under 50 tons $1,50 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



from 60 to 100 tons 
100 to 1.50 tons. 
150 to 200 tons. 
200 to .300 tons. 
300 to 400 tons. 
400 to .500 tons. 
500 to 600 tons. 
600 to 1000 tons. 



2.00 

3.00 

4.00 

5.00 

6.00 

10.00 

15.00 

20.00 



Stkamers. 

Wood Sealing Steamers $10.00 

Coastal Steamers 10.00 

Red Cross Steamers 25.00 

Small Coastil SceameT.s ... $5.00 ts 7.50 

If employed over one hour to pay 
$5.00 per hour extra. 

If employed before or after usual work- 
ing hours to pay overtime to men. 



The Newfoundland Steam-Screw Tug Company only undertake to tow 
vessels on the distinct understanding that the master of the tug boat does 
not act a Pilot, and also, that the owners of the tug boat are not responsi- 
ble for any damage vessels may receive, or do, while in tow of the tug boat. 

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 positions at' the Yard Arm, show 
the number of Sail that are signalled either North or South, viz.: — 

One Sail in sight — Ball close up to yard. 

Two Sail in sight— Ball midway between yard and parapet of Block 
House. 

Three Sail in sight — Yellow Pennant close up to yard. 

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

Five sail in sight— Same as four, with addition of a Ball placed im- 
mediately above Pennant. 

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

Seven Sail in sight— Same as four, with addition of a Ball placed im- 
mediately beneath Pennant.' 

Eight Sail in sight— Yellow Pennant at Yard Arm; Ball midway 
between Yard Arm and Parapet of Block House. 

Nine Sail in sight— Ball at Yard Arm ; Yellow Pennant midway be- 
tween yard and parapet of Block House, 



Hm-hor Master — Port Charges — ffarhor JDues.] 2(yf 
Premier House of the Colony. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

A St. George's Cross at the mast-head of the Staff denotes a steamer 
in sight from Block House ; but, when it is hoisted on the Southern 
pole it denotes that the steamer is in sight from Cape Spear. A St. George's 
Cross at the mast-head and a ball at the end of the yard South, denotes 
a steamer South. When the ball is at the end 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 Man-of-War Steamer, belonging to the nation indicated by 
flag, is in sight. 

When a Merchant's House-flag is hoisted on the south yard it denotes 
that a vessel 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 required. 

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 

OFFICE : LIGHTHOUSE BUILDING. 

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

Harbor Master — Capt. E. English. | Boatman — Thomas Dewling. 

Port Charges on Foreign going Shipping, St. John's, Niid 

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 cents per ton additional on every ton over 1,000 tons up to and in- 
cluding 2,000 tons. 

Not more than $240 in any one calendar year, or oftener than once 
in three months. 

Vessels arriving fpr repairs, coal or supplies, pay one-half of above 
rates. 

The foregoing applies to merchant vessels. 

Labrador, Bank and Coast fishing vessels and coasters pay no dues 
whilst engaged in those fisheries or trade Should any such vessel proceed 
on any other than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, such 



208 Quarantine Officers — Exam, of Masters and Mates, 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents 



vessel shall be liable to pay once in each calendar year (but not oftener 
than once in three months), the rate of six cents per ton. 

Water Dubs. 

5 cents per register ton, not to exceed $20. Payable once a year. 

Harbor Master's Dues. 

With the exception of ships of war, coasters and Newfoundland fish- 
ing craft, all vessels entering the port of St. John's pay to the Customs 
Department Harbor Dues at the following rates, viz. 
Vessels 60 to 100 tons register 
100 to 200 
« 200 to 300 
" 300 to 400 » 
" 400 to 600 " and upwards 

Payable once between January 1st and 30th June, and once between 
1st July and 31st December. 



$2 00 

3 00 

4 00 

5 00 

6 00 



Quarantine Officers 

St. John's — Dr. Alex. Campbell. 
Ghannell — Dr. W. Grant. 

Office : Light House Building. 

Examiner-in-Chief — Captain E. English. 
Assistant Examiner- 



Instructor of Masters and Mates — F. J. Doyle. 

Examination of Masters and Mates. 

Examinations will begin on Wednesday of each week, providing that 
the candidate produce the requisite certificate of character and time, and 
passes the color test. 

Application must be made to the Examiner on Form Exu. 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 for twelve months immediately preceding the application. 

All services must be verified by a certificate of discharge. 

An Only Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served five years at sea. 

A First Mate must not be less than nineteen years of age, and must 
have served five years at sea, of which one year must have been as Second 
or Only Mate. [From 1st January, 1896, the Officers' Service must 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. 



Harhor Masters Fees — Lighthouses.' 20^ 



for "St. Margaret" Hosiery. 



Fees. 

For a Certificate as Mate . . ... . . $ 5 00 

For a Certificate as Mastei . . . . . . 10 00 

For a Certificate for Colors .. ... ... 20 

These fees admit of two examinations. After the se-ond examination 
another fee will be required. 

Candidates for Only and First Mates' Certificates must complete the 
■whole of their examination in Navigation in twelve hours, including the 
time allowed for the papers on cyclone or revolving storms, and for the 
correction of all errors and oversights ; but the Nautical prnbloms up to 
and including (K) of the Syllabus prescribed for Only and First Mate 
must be completed within six hours and without the cmdidate leaving 
the premises during that period. 

Candidates for Masters Ceitificates must complete the whole of their 
examination in Navigation in fifteen hours, including the time allowed for 
the papers on the Chart, the Compass deviation. Cyclones, or revolving 
storms, and "or the correction of all errors and oversights ; 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 10 a. m., and closes at 
4 p. m., when all papers will be called up, and if not completed the can- 
didate will be declared to have failed. 

In all cases of failure the candidate will be examined de novo. 

If he fails in Seamanship, he will not be examined for six months. 

If he fails three times in Navigation, he will not be re-examined for 
three months. 

For further information as to time, place, and objects of examination, 
candidates should apply to the Examiner-in-Chief. 

EULES. 

No books, papers or memoranda are allowed in the Examination room. 

In the event of any candidate being discovered copying from another, 
or referring to any book or memoranda, he will not be examined for six 
months. 

Navigation is taught at Carbonear, Harbor Grace, Bay Eoberts, and 
St. John's. 

LIGHT HOUSES. 

Office : Queen's Wharf. Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Inspector of Lighthouses — R. White. 
Michanician — T. Cornick. 
Secretary — W. Eogerseon. 

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Station. 


Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 


Height in feet 

above 

High water. 




' Gull Island, 
Cape John 


On apex of ' 
island 
49 59 54 - 
1 55 21 33 


White 
Fog Alarm 


i 

\ Intei-mittent. 
Visible, 11 seconds 
Eclipse, y seconds 


525 

1 


> 


Nipper's Harbor 

Island, Notre 

Dame Bay 


49 47 00 
55 49 00 


Red 


Fixed 


111 


I 


*1 


Little Bay Is- 
land" 

South end Long 

Island, Notre 

Dame Bay 


49 38 20 
55 46 00 

49 36 00 
55 34 00 


White 
White 


Occulting 
Visible, 2i seconds 
Eclipse, 2^ seconds 

Fixed 


77J 
103i 




Leading Tickles, 
N.D.B. 


49 30 30 
65 24 30 


White 


Occulting 
Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 


83 




^Fortune Harbor 


49 32 10 
55 24 00 


White 


Fixed 


114 




' Surgeon's Cove 
Head, Bay of 
Exploits 


49 31 20 
55 06 40 


White 


Flash 


242 


o 


Black Island 


49 24 55 
55 07 40 


White 


Fixed 


55 


^1 




Cabbage Harbor 
Head 


49 19 55 
55 11 45 


White 


Occulting 
Visible, ^\ seconds 
Eclipse, 1^ seconds 


114 




Grassy Island 


49 14 40 
55 13 40 


White 


Fixed 


45 




Lower Sandy 
Point 


49 n 20 
55 17 30 


Red 


Fixed 


20 



NewfoiindlaTid Lights. 



211 



Jieliable House Furnishings. 



2 






IS 




Charactef 

of 

Apparatus. 


Description of Building. 


J3 


Remarks. 








01 




26 


D, 4th 


Round Iron Tower, red and 
white vertical stripes. 


1884 


Visible from all points. 




Air, com- 
pressed by oil 
engine. 


Engine house and Keeper's 
dwelling attached ; Store 
house. Each with flat roof. 
All white. 


1916 


Blast : one Blast of 2| seca. 
in every 60 seconds. 


12 


D, 4th 


Square Wooden Tower rising 
from house, one red hori- 
zontal band. 




Shows white between S.E. 
by S. to S.W. by S. Red 
from other directions. 


10 


D, 6th 


Round Iron Tower, black and 
white vertical stripes. 


1908 




15 


D, 4th 


Iron Tower, white 


1904 




10 


D, 6th 


Iron Tower, red and white 
horizontal bands. 


1908 




11 


D, 6th 


Iron Tower, white 


1908 




20 

6i 


Gp. Flashing 
D, 5th 


Round Iron Tower, red and 
white vertical stripes. 

Round Iron Tower, red 


1911 
1914 


Flash every 15 sees., thus : 
Flash 4. .37 sees. ; eclipse 
2,562 ; flash 4.37 ; eclipse 
2-562 ; flash 4.37 ; eclipse 
8.562. 


14 


D, 8th 


Circular Iron Tower, red 


1911 




5 


D, 8th 


Octagonal Wooden Tower, 
white. 


1910 




3 


D, 8th 


Octagonal Wooden Tower, 
red. 


1910 





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station. 


Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 


Height in feet 

above 
^i^h water, 




Mill Point, Bot- 
wood 


49 09 00 
55 20 00 


Green 


Fixed 


25 


% 


Exploits Harbor 
Buoys 




















i 


St. Michael's 

Head, .south 

side entrance to 

Burnt Baj-, 

^Bay of Exploits 


49 17 00 
54 58 00 


White 


Fixed 


• • • ••V 




' Long Point, 
Toulinguet 


49 41 00 
54 49 00 


White 


Revolving 
30 seconds 


331 




Wharf Light, 
Toulinguet 


49 39 40 
54 45 50 


Red 


Fixed 


15 




Herring Neck 


49 39 00 
54 35 00 


White 


Fixed 


93|, 


i 


Bacalhao Island 


49 41 30 
54 33 08 


White 


Occulting 
Visible, li seconds 
Eclipse, 1| seconds 


357 





Rag's Island, 
Fogo Isl'd 


49 43 40 
54 15 30 


White 


Fixed 


82 




Change Island, 
S. E. of Stag 
Harbor Run 


49 34 30 
54 24 10 


Red 


Fixed 


43 




Change Island, 

N. Bide of W. 

entrance 


49 40 00 
54 25 00 


Green 


Fixed 










Stag Harbor 

Tickle Buoy, 

^ off South Point 


49 .33 30 
54 10 50 

















NewfouTidland Lights. 



213 



Down Quilts Re-covered, 





Character 

of 
Apparatus. 


Description of Building. 




Remarks. 








OJ 
>! 




3 


D, 8th 


Octagonal Wooden Tower, 
white. 


1913 






Three 
Spar Buoys 




1907 


Entering the harbor: Keep 






the red buoy on the Star- 
board hand, and 2 black 
ones on the Port hand. 





Lens Lantern 


Wood framework, white 


1904 


In operation during open 
navigation. 


51 


Catoptric 


Square Brick Tower, with 

circular drum and 

lantern, red. 


1876 


Attains greatest brilliancy 
every 30 seconds. 


S 




Octagonal Wooden Tower, 

red and white horizontal 

bands. 


1885 


In operation during open 






navigation. 


i2 


D, 6th 


Hexagonal Wooden Tower, 


1909 




51 


D, 6th 


Circular Iron Tower, 
red and whits spirally. 


1894 




s 


D, 6th 


Circular Iron Tower, 
white 


1912 


In operation during open 
navigation. 




D,4th 


Square Wooden Tower, 
sloping sides, white. 


1 
1 

1901 




6 

• 


Square 
Lantern 


On a post 8 feet high, 
painted white 


1915 






One 
Spar Buoy. 


Wood, white 


1905 


Moo»ed in three fathoms 
indicates position of Stag 
Rock, removed during 
winter months. 



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station. 


Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 


Colour 
of 

Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 


Height in feet 

above 

High water. 




' Stag Harbor 
Run Buoy 








] 














Burnt Point, 

Seldom-Come- 

By 


49 36 00 r 
54 09 00 J 


Red 
Fog Alarm 


Fixed 


25 




Cann Island, 

Seldom-Come- 

By 


49 25 05 
54 10 35 


White 


Fixed 


85- 




Brook's Point, 
Joe Batt's Arm 


49 45 30 
54 09 00 


White 


Occulting 

Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 


91^ 


1 


Tilton Harbor 


49 42 .30 
54 03 30 


Red 


Fixed 








Peckford's Isl'd 


49 31 40 
63 50 40 


Red 


Occulting 
Visible; 2i seconds 
Eclipse 2j second* 


m 




OflEer Wadham 
Island 


49 35 35 
53 45 12 


White 


Revolving 
30 seconds 


lOO 




Musgrave Har- 
bor Leading 
Lights 


49 27 00 
53 56 40 


Red 


Fixed 




1 


Penguin Island, 

9 miles S.W. 
mag. from OfEer 
, Wadham light 


49 26 55 
53 48 00 


White 


Fixed 


• 




Cabot Island, 
Bonavista Bay 


49 10 26 
53 21 21 


White 


Intermittent 
V sible, 11 seconds 
Eclipse, 9 seconds 


74 



hewfoundland TAghts. 



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Sleeping Garments for Children. 






Character 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 









Remarks. 



Three Iron 
Nun Buoys 



Lantern 



Air, com- 
pressed by oil 
engine 



D,4th 



D,4th 



D, 6th 



D, 4tb 



D, 4th 



Lens 
Lanterns. 



D, 4th 



D, 4th 



One red, two black 



On roof of Fog Alarm 
building. 

Flat roof building, black 

and white horizontal 

bands 



Square Wooden Tower, 
white 



Square Wooden Tower, 
white 



Square Wooden Tower, 
white 



Octagonal Wooden Tower, 
black and white 
vertical stripes 



Circular Iron Tower, 
red 



On wood hoisting frames, 
red 



Circular Iron Tower. 

red and white 

vertical stripes. 



Circular Iron Tower 

in centre of dwelling, 

red and white 

horizontal bands 



1908 



1905 



1874 



1906 



1902 



One moored on the Sou- 
thern side red, two on 
the Northern side black. 
The passage between car- 
ries the greatest depth 
of water. 



Gives one blast every min., 
thus : Blast, 6 seconds ;. 
silent, 54 seconds. 



1910. 



1858 



1911 



1890 



1880 



In operation from June 1st 
to Dec. 15th each year. 
Visible in all directions 
seaward, except in line 
with Pigeon Island. 



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station. 


Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 


Height in feet 

above 
High water. 




' Puffin Island 


49 03 37 r 
53 32 37 J 

1 


White 
Fog Alarm 


Occulting 
Visible, 24 seconds 
Eclipse, 2i seconds 


78 




Shoe Cove Point, 
near Greens- 


49 02 00 
53 35 00 


Red 


Fixed 


88 




pond 


approx. 










Little Denier 
Island 


48 41 05 
53 34 40 


AVhite 


Revolving 
30 seconds 


298 


1- 


Happy Adven- 
ture, Bonavista 
Bay 


48 38 00 
53 44 30 


White 


Fixed 


■ • • •• 


< 


King's Cove 
Head 


48 34 32 
53 18 50 


White 


Occulting 
Visible IJ secodds 
Eclipse ij seconds 


176J 




Squarry Island, 
entrance to 
Bonavista 


48 39 00 
53 07 40 


Red 


Fixed 


57 




Cape Bonavista 


48 42 01 
53 04 35 


Red & White 


Flashing 


160 




Cape Island, 
, Cape Bonavista 


48 42 00 
53 04 30 


Fog Alarm 


* 


104 










Melrose Leading 

Light, Trinity 

Bay 


48 29 00 
53 05 00 


White 


Fixed 





Newfoundland Lights. 



217 



Exquimaux 


Novelties. 






ai 

V % 

"5 






T3 




Character 

of 
Apparatus . 


Description of Building. 


CO 

u 


Remarks. 








>* 




lOi 


D, 4th 


Granite building 
Light tower at one corner 


1873 




■«• • • 


Air, com- 
pressed by oil 
engine 


A flat roofed single storey 
building painted White 
with one horizontal red 
band around centre. 


1914 


Two blasts of 2 sees, dura- 
tion in every 90 sees, thns : 
Blast 2 sec ; silent 10 sees. 
Blast 2 sees.; silent 76 sees. 


10 


D, 4th 


Circular Iron Tower 
white 


1912 




19 




Circular Iron Tower 
red and white 
vertical stripes 


1888 










4 


Lens 
Lantern 


Open framework 


193 


For use of fishing craft du- 
ring open navigation. 


14 


D, 6th 


Circular Iron Tower 
white 


8913 




9 


D,6th 


Square Wooden Tower 

octagonal drum 

and lantern white 


1905 




15 


Catoptric 


Square Wooden Tower 

in centre of building. Red 

and white vertical stripes 


1843 


Showing two white flaihes 
followed by one red flash 
each attaining its great- 
est brilliancy every 30 se- 
conds. 


«•• • 


Air, com- 
pressed by oil 
engine 


Wood, flat roof white 


1913 


Three blasts of IJ sees each 
in every 90, thug : Blast 
1:^ seconds ; silent 3 sees. 
Blast \l seconds ; lilent 
3 seconds. Blast 1^ sees ; 
silent 80J seconds. 


«• ■ • 


Lens 
Lantern. 


On two wood hoisting 
frames, white 


1911 





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station. 


Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 


Height in feet 

above 

Hi^h water. 




' Green Island, 
Catalina 


48 30 15 ( 
53 02 20 1 


White 


Fixed 


92 






\. 


Fog Alarm 

White 








Fort Point, 
Trinity 


48 22 00 
53 21 00 
approx. 


Occulting 
Visible, 5 seconds 
Eclipse, 5 seconds 


75 




Fort Point Fog 
Alarm 


48 22 00 
53 21 00 
















t 


Bagged Island, 

Smith's Sound, 

Trinity Bay 


48 14 .SO 
53 27 OtJ 


Red 


Fixed 


118 


g 


Random Head, 
Trinity Bay 


48 05 30 
53 33 00 


White 


Occulting 
Visible, 2 seconds 
Eclipse, 2 seconds 


126 




Heart's Content 


47 53 10 
53 23 20 


Red 


Fixed 


83i. 




Jean's Head, 
Trinity Bay 


47 56 00 
53 22 00 


White 


Occulting 
Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 


\m 




Hant's Harbor, 
Trinity Bay 


48 01 07 
53 15 07 


White 


Fixed 


65 




, Old Perlican 


48 05 00 
53 01 00 
approx. 


White 


Occulting 
Visible, 2i seconds 
Eclipse, 2i seconds 


126i 


Baccalieu Island 
Lighthouse 


48 08 58 
52 47 32 


White 


Revolving 
20 seconds 


443 


Baccalieu Island 


48 06 20 
52 48 10 


Fog Alarm 








Fog Alarm, 
Southwest Point 







Newfoundland Lights. 



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11 



10 



14 



13 



12 



14 



Character 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 






<3 



Remarks. 



16 



24 



D, 4th 



Air, com- 

presged by oil 

engine 

D, 6th 



Air, com- 
pressed by oil 



D, 4th 



D, 6th 



D. 4th 



D,4th 



D, 6th 



D, 4th 



Catoptric 



Air, com- 
pressed by oil 
engine 



Circular Drum and Lantern 

on centre of dwelling 

white 

Flat roof building 
white 



Square Wooden Tower 
white 



A square flat roof building 
white 



Circular lion Tower, red and 
white horizontal bands 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 
white checkers 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 
white, spirally 



A square fla hoof building, 
Octagonal Tower, all white. 



A Square Wooden Tower 
white 



1857 



1909 Gives one blast of 5 sec. ia 
every 95 seconds, thus — 
I Blase, 6 »econds ; silent,. 
90 seconds. 



1910 



1910 



1895 



1901 



1915 



1881 



Blast, 3 seconds ; silent, 10' 
seconds ; blast, 3 sees. ;. 
silent 94 seconds. 



Octagonal Wooden Tower, 1910 
Red and white, vertically 
Drum and lantern white 



Circular Iron Tower 
red 



Flat roof building, white and 
black vertical stripes 



1859 



1905 



The light is often obscured' 
by fog, when the lower 
part of the island is clear. 



Gives blast 5 sees. ; silent 
55 seconds. In operation 
annually from opening 
of navigation to close. 



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Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 



( Western Bay 
Point, Concep- 
tion Bay 



O 

;?: 

o 



Oarbonear Isl'd 



Carbonear 
Wharf 



Harbor Grace 
Island 



Har. Grace Har- 
bor Beacon 



Green Point, 
Bay Roberts 



Brigus North 



, Salmon Cove 
'^ Point 



47 53 10 
53 03 20 



47 44 24 
63 09 22 



47 42 45 
53 OS 11 



47 41 29 
53 12 33 



47 .36 40 
53 10 15 



47 32 54 
63 10 35 



47 27 50 
53 08 40 



White 



Fog Alarm ; 



White 



Red 



White 



Red 



White 



Red 



White 



Occulting 
Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 



Fixed 



Fixed 



Occulting 
Visible, 2 seconds 
Eclipse, 2 seconds 



Fixed 



Fixed 



Fixed 



Occulting 
Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 



Newfoundland Lights. 



221- 



" Open Door" to the largest general stock in the Colony. 



«5 



Character 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 






Remarks. 



12 



15 



7i 



8i 



D, 6th 



Gun Cotton 
Explosive, 



D, 8th 



Electric light 



D,4th 



D, 6th 



D, 6th 



Octagonal Wooden Tower 

red and white horizontal 

bands 



Signal Cabin, white 



Wood Tower on gable of 
house, white, roof red 



1912 



1899 



12 



10 



D, 6th 



D, 6th 



Square wooden building 
sides white, roof red 



Hexagonal Wooden Tower 
white 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 
white horizontal bands. 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 
white vertical stripes 



Wood Tower 
white 



1878 



1911 



Gun cotton explosive ; 4 oz. 
cartridge exploded ev ery 
15 minutes. A ship's sig- 
nal at sea answered by 
two explosives in quick 
succession. In operation 
during open navigation. 



On head of Public Wharf. 



1836 



1850 



1883 



1885 



1908 



Immediately beneath the 
principal white light is a 
projecting lantern in 
which three lamps are 
placed. The two outer 
ones will shew white and 
centre one in line with 
the Southern Rocks N.E. 
J E. mag. from the tower 
will shew red. 



In operation during open 
navigation. 



22-2 



NewfouTidland Lights. 



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Station. 



Position: 

j Latitude N. 
I Longitude W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals, 



Character 

and period of 

of Light. 

Fog Signals. 



S « et 

:— > fe 

\1 s 



Cape St. Francis 47 48 30 
y<2 4U 50 



St- John's Lead- 
ing Light 
(No. 1) 



St. John's Lead 

ing Light 

(No. 2) 



St. John' 
TSTarrows buoys 

kahili's Rock 

Pancake Shoal 

Rub}- Pi,ock 



Fort Amherst, 
entrance to St. 
John's Harbor 



White 



Fog Alarm 



47 33 47 
52 40 20 



1 



Red 



Red 



White 



Fog Alarm 



Fixed 



Fixed 



Fixed 



Occulting 
Visible, 2h seconds 
Eclipse, 2| seconds 



! 123 



54 



132^ 



Newfoundland Lights. 



223 



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Character 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 






Bemarks. 



12 



12 



D, 4th 



Air 

compressed by 
oil engine. 



'.Catoptric 



Catoptric 



D, 4th 

Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 



Square Drum and Lantern on 
flat roof dwelling 

A square flat roof building 
white 



Upper Light shewn from 

tower of Congregational 

Church 



Loiuer Light is shewn from 
the roof of a red brick 

building, distant 2.36 feet 
from the end of the eastern 

pier of the King's wharf 



Stone biiilding, white 
roof red 



1887 



1912 



Gives blast of 2^ seconds 
in every 60 seconds, thus 
— Blast 2^ sees. ; silent 
57^ seconds ; blast 2^ sec; 
silent 57i seconds. The 
mouth of the trumpet is 
in a line with the Bran- 
dies Rocks, bearing E. by 
S. from Engine house. 



Day Marks. 

Upper light. — The spire of 
this tower forms a Day 
Mark. 

Lower light. — Three heart 
shapes, white shown on 
structure on brick build- 
ing. Keeping these day 
marks in line will clear 
all danger. 



A Spar buoy black showing 
position of Cahill's Rock. 

A Spar buoy black, to indi- 
cate position of Pancake 
Shoal, both on south side 
of Narrows. 

A Spar buoy Red, to indi- 
cate position of Ruby 
Rock near Chain Rock on 
northern side of Narrows. 



Gives blast 2b sec; silent 
10 sec; blast 2J sec; silent 
55 seconds. 

N. B. — Cape Spear Fog 
Alarm is 3g miles dis- 
tant from Fort Amherst; 
sounds blast 4 seconds, 
silent 86 seconds. 



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Colour 


Character 






Position: 


of 


and period of 


«?« 


station. 


Latitude N. 


Lights. 


Light. 






Longitude W 


Fog Signals. 


Fog Signals. 




Cape Spear 


47 31 11 r 
52 36 59 1 


White 
Fog Alarm 


Flash 


264 


Bay Bulls 


47 18 30 


White 


Occulting 


205 


Northern Head 


52 44 30 




Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 




Ferryland Head 


47 00 58 
52 51 07 


White 


Fixed 


20O 


Fermeuse 


46 56 30 

52 53 20 


Fog Alarm 












Do. 


46 56 30 
52 53 20 


White 


Occulting 
Visible 2i seconds. 
Eclipse 22 seconds. 


98 










*Cape Race 


46 39 24 ( 
53 04 20 J 


White 


One flash every 
7i seconds 


165 


Alarm 


1 


Diaphone 






Powell's Head 


46 41 20 r 


White 


Occulting 


lOlf 


entrance to 


53 24 00 




Visible, 1 second 




Trepassey 


J 




Eclipse, 1 second 






^ 


Fog Alarm 







The lights and alarms marked with an asterisk 



Neivfoundland Lights. 



225 



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si 


Character 

of 

Apparatus. 


22 


Gp. Flashing 


• ■ • • 


Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 


17 


D, 4th 


16 


D,3rd 


»• • • 


Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 





D, 4th 


19 


Hyper Radial 




D, 1 




Air com- 
pressed by 
steam. 


14 


D, 5th 


.... 


Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 



Circular Stone Tower rising 
from centre of dwelling, red 
and white horizontal bands 

Improved in 



Description of Building. 



13 

J3 






Remarks. 



A square flat roof building 

140 yards S. S. W. from 

point of cape 

Circular Iron Tower, white 



Circular Iron Tower, red 



Engine house, Keeper's dwel- 
ling, Storehouse ; each a 
one storey l)uilding with 
flat roof. White with one 
Black horizontal stripe 
around each building. 

On roof of dwelling house. 



Cylindrical reinforced con- 
crete tower, red circular 
metal lantern, white wood- 
en dwelling with red roof 
seaward of tower. 

100. 

Building with high brick 

chimney. 

Alarm building 250 feet south 
lighthouse, connected by a 
covered way with dwelling. 



Changed 



Square Wooden Tower, white 

Square flat roof, wood build 
ing, white 



1835iFlash every 15 sees., thus : 
1 Flash, .437 sees; eclipse, 
j 2.562 .sees. Flash. .437 
I sees.; eclipse, 2.562 sees. 

1910i Flash, .437 sees.; eclipse, 
I 2.562 seconds. 

1910!Gives bhist of 4 seconds in 
every S) ) secor.ii.^; thus : 
(Blast 4 seca; silei.t 86 sees. 
Blast 4 sees; silent 86 sees. 
19081 



1871 



1914 



1914 



1856 



1907 
1872 



1902 



1907 



Gives 3 blasts of IJ seconds 
duration in every 90 sees, 
thus : Blast IJ seconds ; 
silent 3 sees. Blast ij 
sees; silent 3 sees. Blast 
1^ sees ; silent 80^ sees. 



Flash J sec; eclipse 7J sees. 

Visible from all points of 
approach by water. 
Radio telegraph station. 
Call V.C.E. 

Marine telegraph and sig- 
nal station. Signal mast 
and lookout between 
lighthouse and fog alarm 
building. 

(This station is under the 
control of Nova Scotia 
Agency). 

Gives 1 blast of 3j seconds 
duration every 30 sees. 

Resonator projects from S. 
end of building. 



Gii'es 1 blast every 90 sees, 
thus : — Blast 4 sees. 
Silent 86 sees. 



are maintained by the Canadian Government. 



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Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signal*. 


Height in feet 

above 

High water. 




Cape Pine 


46 37 04 
53 31 45 


White 


Fixed 










*Cape Freels 


46 36 50 
53 33 26 


Diaphone 




94 










' Point-la-Haye 
St. Mary's Bay 


46 54 20 
53 36 40 


White 


Fixed 


62 




Cape St. Mary's 


46 49 34 
54 11 43 


Red and 
White 


Flashing 


390 




Point Verde 
I'lacentia 


47 14 11 r 
54 00 19 


White 
Fog Alarm 


Occulting 
Visible, 2 seconds 
Eclipse, 1 second 


98 




Placentia Har- 
bor Leading 
Lights 


47 14 30 
53 57 30 


Red 


Fixed 


Front 
light 
19 ft 


I- 










Rear 
light 
29|ft. 


< 


Point Latine 


47 18 40 
53 69 40 


Red 


Fixed 


42 




Marticot Island 


47 19 30 
54 34 30 


White 


Occulting 
Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, .S seconds 


9a 




Long Island 
near Oderin 


47 17 40 
54 42 00 


White ; 


Fixed 


237i 




Flat Island 
Tide's Po nt 


47 15 20 

54 55 00 

47 05 30 

55 04 00 


White 
Fog Alarm 


Occulting 
Visible, 2i seconds 
Eclipse, 2\ seconds 


67 












approx. 










Do. 


Do. 


White. 


Occulting 
Visible, 5 seconds 
Eclipse, 5 seconds 





Newfoundland Lights. 



227 



the Minute Store " for Men's Wear. 






Charaotef 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 






<0 



Remarks. 



25 



23 
11 



10 



18 



18 



Catoptric 



Air com- 
pressed by 
water power. 



D, 6tli 



Cato Dioptric 

1st 

D, 5th 



Circular Iron Tower, red 
and white horizontal bands 



Small white, rectangular, 
wood ; red roof. 



Circular Iron Tower, red 
and white horizontal bands 

Circular Iron Tower, red 

Square Wooden Dwelling, 
tower rises from centre 



1851 



1910 



1883 



The intervening land being 
low, the light can be seen 
over it, from St. Mary's 
Bay. 

Two blasts every minute: 
blast .Si^ sees; silent 3^ 
sees; blast SJ sees; silent 
49i seconds. 

Horn points 227°. Oil en- 
engine in reserve as an 
auxiliary. 



Air, com- | Square flat roof wood build- 
pressed by ing, black and ^-ellow 
oil engine horizontal bands 

Catoptric Square "Wooden Tower, with 
i sloping sides, white 



D, 6th Octagonal Wooden Tower, 

' red and white horizontal 
bands 

D, 4th ' Octagonal Wooden Tower, 
red and white horizontal 
bands 

D, 4th Circular Iron Tower, white 



D, 6th Square Wooden Tower, red 

and white, horizontally 

Air, com- Square flat roof building, 

pressed by red and white vertical stripes 
oil engine 



D, 6th 



On roof of Engine house '. . 



1860 Shewing alternately a Red 

and White light at inter- 

,o^„| vals of one minute, 
lo/o 



1912iGives one blast in every 
I 94 seconds, thus : — 
Blast, 4 sec; silent, 90 sec. 
Blast, 4 sec; silent, 90 sec. 

1913These lights are on the 

beach which divides the 

roadstead from inner 

harbor. 

Lights in line lead through 

; navigable waters. 

1904!Bearing N. E. J N. Mag. 
4A miles from PointVerde 
light. 

1909 



1903 



1912 



1912 Gives 2 blasts of 2 seconds 

each in every 90 seconds, 

thus : — 

JBlast, 2 sec; silent, 5 sec. 

Blast, 2 sec; silent, 81 sec. 

1915 



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Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals, 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 



^ M 



Iron Island, ofi 

entrance to 

Burin 

Dodding Head 



Little Burin 
Island 



Do. 

St. Lawrence 

on the extremity 

of the point 

dividing Great 

and Little St. 

Lawrence 

Do. 



Lamaline 
(Allan Island) 



Lamaline 
Range Lights 



47 02 40 
1 55 06 50 



47 00 26 
65 08 43 



46 59 00 
55 11 00 
approx. 

Do. 

46 54 00 
55 20 30 



Red 



White 



Fog Alarm 



White 
Fog Alarm 



Do. 



46 51 00 
65 47 40 



White 



White 



Fixed 



Revolving 
60 seconds 



118 



330 



Fixed 



Occulting 
Visible, 2| seconds 
Eclipse, 2J seconds 

Fixed 



64 



Newfoundland Lights. 



229 



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Character 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of^Building. 



J2 



Remarks. 



24 



D, 6th 



Square Wooden Tower, 
white 



Cato. Dioptric Circular Tower, rising from 
centre of dwelling, white, 
roof, red 



Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 

D, 6th 

Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 



D, 6th 



D, 4th 



A wood, flat roof building, 

black and white horizontal 

bands 

On roof of Engine house . . . . 

A wood flat roof building, 
white 



On roo of Engine house . . . 



Octagonal i Wood Tower, red 
and white vertical stripes 



1904 



1856 



1912 



1915 
1912 



1915 



1879 



1912 



Owing to great height is 
often obscured by fog 
when coast ia visible. 

Gives 1 blast of 4 sees, in 

every 88 sees., thus : — 
Blast, 4 sec; silent, 84 see. 
Blast, 4 sec; silent, 84 seo. 



Gives 3 blasts of \\ sees, in 

every 90 sees., thus : — 
Blast, lisec; silent, 3 seo. 
Blast, ij sec; silent, 3 sec. 
Blast, ijsec; silent, 80J sec 



The following named aids 
to the navigation of the 
Eastern Harbor of Lama- 
ine have been establish- 
ed, viz. : 

Two red lens lantern lighta, 
placed on the Northern 
side of the Harbour, the 
front light on the Shore, 
21^ feet above sea level, 
hoisted to two poleg, 
small gable roofed house 
showing between, paint- 
ed white. 

The rear light is hoisted to 
a single pole, 33 ft. above 
sea level, bearing N. by 
E. \ E. mag. from front 
light 480 feet. 

These lights should be kept 
in line until the inner 
harbour is reached. 



230 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



station. 



Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 






w 



w 



Lamaline 

Range lights — 

(cont'd) 



( Green Island 
eastern entrance 
to Fortune Bay 



Brunette Island 



Fortune 



Grand Bank 



Garnish 



Long Harbor 
Point 



46 52 .30 
56 05 00 



47 15 32 
55 51 60 



47 04 30 
55 60 00 



47 OS 00 
55 42 30 
approi. 

47 14 00 
55 24 00 
approx. 



47 34 30 
55 07 30 



White 



Fog Alarm 



White 



White 



Red 



White 



White 



Occulting 
Visible, 1\ seconds 
Eclipse, 2| seconds 



137J 



FlasUng 
10 seconds 



Occulting 
Visible, 2\ seconds 
Eclipse, 2i seconds 



Fixed 



Occulting 

Visible, 5 seconds 
Eclipse, 5 seconds 



Occulting 
Visible, 2i seconds 
Eclipse, 2j seconds 



408 



20' 



28- 



20' 



167 



^Newfoundland Lights. 



231 



Readymades and Rain Coats. 



J' 






IS 




Character 

of 
Apparatus. 


Description of Building. 


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Remarks. 


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A spar buoy, coloured red, 
is placed at the Eastern 
entrance of Lamaline 
Harbour, moored in 23 
feet of water, bearing S. 
W. from Eastern Shoal 
30 yards. 












■ 






Following the Main Pas- 
sage in the harbour, i« 
placed a spar buoy in 
9 feet of water, coloured 
black, bearing N. E. from 
Allan Rock, a distance of 
40 yards. 










This Harbour is used by 
small Craft and fishinx 
vessels only 


16 


D, 4th 


of island, red 


1908 


\ 


■ • • • 


Air, com- 
presaed by 
oil engine 


A wood flat roof building, 
red and white vertical stripes 


1908 


Gives one blast in every 90 

seconds, thus : — 
Blast, 4 sec; silent 86 «ec.; 
Blast, 4 sec; silent, 86 sec; 


23 


Oato. Dioptric 


Square Wooden Dwelling, 

lantern rises from centre, 

white, roof red 


1865 


Obscured by the land from 
E.S.E, to south. 


.... 


D, 6th 


Square Wooden Tower, 
white 


1911 




5 


D, 6th 


Square beacon on break- 
water, red and white 
horizontal bands 


1890 


Light bears W, N. W. from 
end of breakwater. 


8 


D, 6th 


Square wood beacon on 
end of breakwater 


1885 




14 


D, 6th 


Circular Iron Tower, red and 
white vertical stripes, lan- 
tern and gallery white 


1913 





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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Toys, 



station. 



Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 



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Belleoram 



St. Jacques 
Island 



Rookj' Point 
Hai'bor Briton 

Sagona Island 



/ Pass Island 
, entrance to 
Hermitage Bay 



H 

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H 

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Pass Island 
Fog Alarm 



Gaultois 



iPushthrough, 
Hermitage Bay 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 



47 29 00 

55 27 15 

47 28 00 

56 24 30 



47 27 30 
55 47 45 

47 '>3 00 
55 48 00 



47 29 16 
56 12 02 



47 29 00 
56 12 00 



47 S6 00 
55 54 00 



47 38 20 
56 09 20 



White 
White 

White 
Fog Alarm 



Upper 
White 

Lower 
Red 



Fog Alarm 



White 



White 



Fixed 



Ooculting 
Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 

Fixed 



Fixed 



Fixed 



Flashing 



a ^ a 

bo tl 



m 



w 



35 



131J 



69 



281 



14 



55 



Newfoundland Lights. 



233 



Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods. 



lO 


Character 

of 

Apparatus . 


Description of Building. 


as 


Remarks. 


a^ 






(S 




7 


D.6th 


Square Wood Tower, white 


1873 


Situated on point of beach. 


15 


D, 4th 


Circular Iron Tower, white 


1908 




9 


D, 6th 


Circular Iron Tower, red and 
white horizontal bands. 


1873 


Not visible in a line with 
harbor rock. 




Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 


A wood, flat roof building, 

white and red horizontal 

bands. 


1913 


On the Northern promon- 
tory of the Western end 
of the island. 

Gives 3 Blasts of IJ sees.: 
in every 90 seconds, thus: 
Blast, li sec; silent, 3 sec; 
Blast, 1 J sec,; silent, 3sec.; 
Blast, l|sec; silent, SOJsec. 


19 


D, 4th 


A flat-roofed wood house 

white on which the lantern 

stands. A red light is placed 

14 feet below the upper white 

light. 


1870 


A Fixed Red Duplex light 
placed below the White 
ight, to distinguish the 
rocks and reefs extending 
from the Wolf Rocks, 
bearing (from lighthouse) 
S. 74, 47 W. to Basse 
Terre Point, S. 61, 33 B. 
The reef over the Wolf 
Rock ii about \\ miles 
from the island. At a 
distance of 4J miles the 
two lights merge into one. 


■ 


Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 


An engire house and keeper's 
dwelling, both one storey, 
flat roofed, painted white, 
with one black horizontal 
band around each. 


1914 


Gives one blast of 4 sees, 
duration followed by 86 
seconds silence, thus : — 

Blast 4 sees.; silent 86 sees. 




D.6th 


On iron column. 


1885 


Port light, on an iron col- 
umn. The light should 
be brought to bear N.E. 
before steering for the 
entrance of the harbor, 
to clear a sunken rock 
S. W. by West, about 100 
yai ds distant. 


10 


Acetylene 

G»8 


Wood structure, 
open frame wood 


1916 


Flash- 0.3 sec. light 
2.7 sec. dark 



234 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD. Wear the 



station. 



Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 





'Penguin Island 

West) 


47 23 00 
56 69 00 


Fog Alarm 




Do. 


Do. 


White 




Ramea Island 


47 30 .30 
57 24 30 


White 




Boar Island 
(Burgeo) 


47 36 12 

57 35 13 


Red 


s 


Ireland Island 
(LaPoile Bay) 


47 .37 52 
58 22 13 


White 


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o 

V 
H 

00 

o 

02 


Rose Blanche 
Point 

Rose Blanche 
Caine's Island 

entrance to 
Rose Blanche 


47 35 48 
58 41 30 

47 36 00 
58 41 55 


White 

Fog Alarm 
and 
Light 




Bad Neighbour 

Shoal, off Burnt 

Island, South 

West Coast 


47 34 50 
58 53 50 


Spar Buoy 




Burnt Island 
Leading Lights 


47 35 40 
58 63 00 


Red 




Isle aui Morts, 

western end of 

Pitman's Island 


47 34 40 
58 58 30 


White 




Channel Head, 
Port aux 
k Basques 


47 33 49 ( 
59 07 09 


Whit* 








Fog Alarm 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 



Occulting 
Visible, 5 seconds 
Eclipse, 5 second* 

Occulting 
Visible, li seconds 
Eclipie, l| seconds 

Fixed 



Revolving 
12 seconds 



Fixed 



Fixed 



Occulting 
Visible, 7 seconds 
Eclipse, 3 seconds 

Gp. Occulting 
30 seconds 



.S > fc 

M bo 



15 

72^ 
125 

207 
67 
95 



26i 
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Newfoundland Lights. 



235^ 



" Tween" Hat. If it's a " Tween," it's a Fit. 



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Character 

of 
Apparatus. 


Description of Building. 




Remarks. 






>* 




— 


Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 


Engine house, Keeper's dwel- 
ling and Store house, each 
one story flat roof. "White 
and Black vertical stripes 
on each l)uilding. 


1914 


Gives two Bla.sts in every 

90 seconds, thus : — 
Blast 2 sees., silent 10 sees.;- 
Blast 2 sees., silent 76 sees. 


16 


D, 4th 


On roof of Engine house. 


1915 


Obscured by Eastern Head' 
of Ramea Island. 


16 


D, 6th 


Circular Iron Tower, white 
and red spiral hands. 


1902 




11 

9 


D, 4th 

D,5th 


Tower rises from gable of 

wood building,, white, 

red roof. 

Circular Iron Tower, red and 

white horizontal bands. 


1874 
1886 




11 


D, 4th 


Granite building, one side 

and one end painted red and 

white vertical stripes. 

LightTower at one corner. 


1873 






Air, com- 
pressed by 
oil engine 


Square flat roof building. 

Black and white horizontal 

bands. 


1904 


Gives Blast 6 sees., silent, 
16 seconds ; blast 6 sees., 
silent 93 sees. A fixed 
red light is shown from 
roof of engine House 






Black. 


1914 


This buoy will be removed 






on the approach of drift 
ice and re-moored when 
the c o.a s t is clear in 










spring. 




D,6th 


Two Square Wood Towers, 
sloping sides, painted with 

two Red and two White 

horizontal bands. Lantern 

White. 


1915 




4 


D, 6th 


Hexagonal Wooden Tower, 
white. 


1902 




15 


D,4th 


circular Iron Tower, white. 


1875 


Visible 15 seconds, eclipse 
5 seconds ; visible 5 sec, 
eclipse 5 seconds. 




Air, com- 
pressed, by 
oil engine 


Flat roof building, white. 




Gives Blast 4 sees, silent 
96 seconds. 



236 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Pianola 



station. 



Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 



" o P 
be 



n 



H 

O 

H 
OS . 
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Port aux 
Basques Lead- 
ing Lights 
(1) Front Light 



White 



Port aux 
Basques Lead- 
ing Lights 
(2) Rear Light 



Port aux 
Basques Buoys 
on the Starboard 
haiul entrance. 



Occulting 
Visible, IJ seconds 
Eclipse, Ij seconds 



'V'aitc 



Occulting 
Visible, 1 second 
Eclipse, 1 second 



Newfoundland Lights. 



237 



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Character 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 






Remarks. 



D, 6th 



D, 6th 



Two Spar 
Buoys 

One Black 

Cask 



Moored on East side of pas- 
sage. 

Moored on Pancake Shoal. 



Occulting White, giving 
equal periods o f light 
and darkness of IJ sees. 
Shown from a square 
pyramidal wooden tower 
(white) on S. W. point of 
Road Island. Elevation 
22^ feet. A fixed Red 
light not visilde from 
the North and Western 
sides of the lantern, for 
ships leaving the port. 



Occulting White, giving 
equal periods o f light 
and darkness 1 second. 
Structure is like that on 
Road Island, and stands 
on the mainland, 400 yds 
distant therefrom, N. W. 
by N. ^ N., mag.; eleva- 
tion 81 feet. 



Port-aux-Basques. Buoys 
have been placed in the 
following positions: 
Eastern Baldwin — A 
Spar Buoy, painted Red ; 
Moored in 3J fathoms. 
Shoal lying between the 
Eastern Baldwin and 
R o aid Island — A Spar 
Buoy, painted white, sur- 
rounded by an X; Moor- 
ed in 3^ fathoms. Pan- 
cake Shoal — A Black 
Cask, moored in 2^ fa- 
thoms. These buoys are 
removed during the win- 
ter months when drift 
ice is about. 



238 



Newfoundland Lights 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Trimmed 



Station. 



Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude "W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 



Character 

and period of 

of Light. 

Fog Signals. 



S e eS 
bc ™ two 

lis w 



[ I'oit aiix 

}jas(jues — Road- 
i stead, Channel 
1 Head. 

I On the Port 
, hand entrance. 



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Id 



D 
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47 3:5 4!) 
ii9 07 09 



*Cape Pay { On west side 
of Cape, 
(i.jO feet from 
the shore. 



47 37 00 
59 18 00 



* Cape 
Anguille 



Sandy Point, 
\ Bay St. George 



At the shore 



N. of Shoal 
point, and one 

mile south- 
ward of Cape 
Anguille. 

47 53 51 
59 24 36 

208 feet, 174" 

from 

lighthouse. 

48 27 27 
68 29 10 



White 



Diaphone 



White 



Diaphone 



White 



Gp. Flashes 
15 seconds 



136 



Gp. Flashes 
10 seconds 



Occult ng 
Visible 1^ second 
ticlipse li second 



115 



35 



The lighis and alarmt marked with an asterisk 



Newfoundland Lights. 



239 



and Untrimmed Milinery. 



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Character 






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of 
Apparatus. 


Description of 


Building. 


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Remarks. 



17 



16 



Three Black 
Spar Buoys 



D,l 



Air, com- 
pressed by 
steam 



D, 3 



Air, com- 
pressed by 
steam 

D,6th 



1915 



1916 



1871 



1885 



Addition and alteration in 
position of Spar Buoys, 
Port hand entrance to 
Port aux Basques : 

No. 1 — Black with oneAVhite 
Ring, moored about 190 yds 
from Channel Head. 

No. 2~Black with two White 
Rings, moored 30 fathoms 
N. N. E. Magnetic. 

No. 3— Black with 3 White 
rings ; and No. 4 — Black 
with 4 AVhite rings ; No. .5 
with 5 White rings — all 
leading to Western Bald- 
win, which will be marked 
by a Black Spar Buoy. 



White, octogonal, wood; 

red circular metal lantern, 

white dwelling and 

out-buildings with 

red roofs near by. 

82 



White, rectangular, wooden 

building ; high brick 

chimney, red roof. 



Octagonal re-inforced con- 
crete tower ; red circular 
metal lantern; white rectan- 
gular wooden double 
dwelling with hip roof. 
97 



White rectangular wooden 

building, high brick 

chimney, red roof. 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 1883 
white horizontal bands. 



This alteration in the 
alignment of the buoys is 
made to define the water 
to be used by net fishermen 
who will keep S. Westward 
of buoys, and ships North 
Easterly entering port. — 
All other buoys remain 
unaltered. 



1872 



1908 



Three short flashes, thus; 
Flash, eclipse, 3 seconds; 
flash, eclipse, 3 seconds: 
flash, eclipse, 9 seconds. 
Visible from all points 
of approach by water. 
Marine telegraph and 
signal and ice report 
station. Wireless tele- 
graph station. 

Gives 3 blasts every minute 
thus: Blast, 3 sees; sil- 
ence, 3 sees; blast 3 sees; 
silence, 3 sees; blast, 3 
sees; silence, 45 sees. 

Shows 2 flashes, thus flash 
second; eclipse \\ sees ; 
flash, J sec; eclipse, 7J 
sees Visible from all 
points of approach bv 
water. 



Two blasts every minute, 
thus: Blast, 7 seconds; 
silence, 3 sees; blast, 3 
sees; silence, 47 sees. 



«rc maintained hy the Canadian Government. 



240 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Station. 



Position: 

Latitude N- 
Longitude W. 



Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 



OP 
SB .£? 



H 

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V 

H 
P 
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BE! 



St. George's 

Harbor, 

St. George's Bay- 



Cape St. George 



Do. 



Long Point, 
Port au Port 


48 47 30 
58 46 00 


Eagle Island, 
Bay of Islands 


49 10 00 

58 08 00 




approx. 


Little Port. 
Bay of Islands 


49 07 00 
58 27 00 




approx. 



49 28 00 
59 15 00 
approx. 



Do. 



Fog Alarm 



White 



White 



Occulting 
Visible 5 seconds 
Eclipse 5 seconds 

Fixed 



95 



48 



Netofoundland Lights. 



241 



Dress Goods and Accessories. 



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Character 

of 
Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 



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Remarks. 



15 



11 



Air, 

compressed by 

oil engine 



D, 4th 



D,4th 



White with one horizontal 
red band around centre of 

each building. 
Engine house, Keepers dwel 
ling and Storehouse — each 
one storej', flat-roofed. 

On roof of Engine house. 



Octagonal Wooden Tower, 
white. 



1915 



1915 



Si. Oenrijts — Two red lan- 
tern lights placed on posts- 
coloured red, 8 feet high, 
situate on llie Southern 
Shore as a guide through 
the shallow channel lead- 
ing to the lauding place. 

In tlii^ channel 4 Stake.'* 
are placed. 
Two ui\ the ^'>'est side 
painted Red, and Two on. 
the i'] a s t side painted 
Black to indicate shoal 
points. 

Turf Point — A Red lantern, 
light has been placed on 
Turf Point and is shown 
from a post S feet high 
painted red. 

Messervey Pt., Sandy Pt. — 
A Cask painted white is 
moored in 5 fathoms wa- 
ter, off Messervey Point. 

Sandy Point Wharf — A 
"White lantern light is 
shown from this wharf, 
hoisted to a post 8 feet 
high. 

Gives one blast of 2k sees. 

duration in every 60 sees, 

thus : — 
Blast 2^ seconds, silent 57J 

seconds. 



1909 In operation during open 
navigation. 



1914 



1914 



In course of construction. 



In course of construction. 



242 



Newfoundland Lights 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Carpets, 






Station. 



Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 



Colour 
of 

Lights. 

Fog Signals. 



Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 



f Frenchman's 49 03 45 

Head, 58 09 35 

Bay of Islands 



H 

OS 

O 

H 
O 

03 



Lobster Cove 

Head, 

Bonne Bay 



Cow Head 



Keppel Island, 
Port Saunders 



*Point Rich 



49 36 09 
57 56 51 



49 55 00 
57 49 00 



50 38 00 
57 19 00 



W, coast of 
Newfoundl'd 

50 42 00 
57 24 30 



V Hawke Bay 



White 



White 



White 



White 



White 



Fixed 



Occulting 
Visible 2 seconds 
Eclipse 2 seconds 

Fixed 



Fixed 



Flashes 
5 seconds 



160 



115i 



141 



108J 



96 



The lights and alarms marked with an atUrisk 



Netvfoundland Lights. 



243 



Linoleums and Floor Canvas. 



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Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 






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Remarks. 



16 



14 



14 



15 



D, 4th 



D, 4th 



D, 4th 



D, tJth 



D, 3 



Square Wooden Tower, slo- 1901 
ping sides, octagonal 
drum and lantern, red and j 
white horizontal hands. 



Ciroilar Iron Tower, white. 



1897 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 1909 
I white vertical stripes, } 
lantern and drum white, i 



Square Wooden Tower, octa- 
j gonal drum and lantern, 
1 red and white horizontal 
i bands. 



White, octagonal, wood; 

red circular metal lantern 

white dwelling behind 

64 



1901 



1871 
1892 



Shows 2 flashes, thus: flash 
I sec; eclipse f sec; flash 
I sec; eclipse 3| seconds. 
Visible from all points 
seaward. Wireless tele- 
graph station. 

Range BBACONS.-The front 
beacon stands on the south 
shore of Hawke Bay, 400 
feet tj. 2° West from site 
of white cross beacon, and 
S. 68" West from eastern 
summit of Robinson isld. 
It is a white beacon, sur- 
mounted by a white tri- 
angle, point upwards. The 
back beacon stands 600ft. 
N. 8S° W. from front one. 
It is a white beacon, sur- 
mounted by a white tri- 
angle, point downwards. 
The beacons in line N. 88° 
W. when they are also in 
line with Round Hum- 
mock, lead through Robin- 
son channel in at least a 
depth of six fathoms. 
Note. — The white cross 

above referred to no longer 

exists. 



are maintained by the CanadianOovernment. 



244 



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Colour 




^ fe 




Position : 


of 


Character 


c S S 


station. 




Lights. 


and period of 


■~%-i 




Latitude N. 




Light. 


-^'2'" 




Longitude W. 


Fog Signals. 




1 » 



f Pjrt au Choix" 



* Ferrole Point 



n 
o 

M 

H 



* Flower Islaud 



*Cape 
Norman 



*Cape Bauld 



50 43 15 
57 19 45 



On the point, 
about J mile 
northward of 
its extremity. 

51 53 
57 5 37 



On the point 

on the island 

nearest the 

channel, 

15 18 26 
56 43 33 



On the cliff, 
one-fifth mile 

westward of 
Cajie 
51 38 7 
55 54 6 

E. of light- 
house. 



Northernmost 
point of New- 
foundland, 

51 38 41 
55 25 3 



White 



White 



Diaphone 



White 



Fog 
explosive 



White 



Diaphone 



White 



Fixed 



Gp. Flashes, 7^' sees. 



1 Flash every 
10 seconds 



Gp. fFlashes 
30 seconds 



Gp, Flashes 
15 seconds 



26 



91. 



41' 



51 



116 



187 



• The lights and alarms marked with an asterisk are maintained by Canadian Govt, 



Newfoundland Lights. 



245 



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Character 




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of 


Description of Building. 


1 


Remarks. 


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Apparatus, 




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til 




6 


Lens Lantern 


Hexagonal wooden lantern 


1913 


On Querre Island, port 




D, 6th 


on roof of square build- 
ing, white; lantern red 




hand entrance to harbor. 
In operation during open 
navigation. 


16 


D,3 


White, hexagonal, reinforced 
concrete, with 6 buttresses, 
Red circular metal lantern. 
White rectangular wooden 
dwelling with hip roof. 
64 


1913 


Shows 4 flashes every "Jsecs, 
thus: — Flash 0.25 sec, 
eclipse 0.75 sec. ; flash 0.25 
sec, eclipse 0.75 sec. ; flash 
0.25 sec,., eclipse 0.75 sec. ; 
flash 0.25 second, eclipse 
4.2.^ second. 

Visible from all points of 
approai^h by water. 

Dwelling 75 feet south of 
lighthouse. 




Air com- 


White square, wood. 


1913 


Gives 3 blasts every minute, 




pressed by 






thus:— blast 2i sees; silent 




oil engine. 






3 sees; blast 2* sees; silent 
3 sees; blast 2|secs; silent 
46^ seconds. 


12 

-" 


C 
Cotton powder 


White, square, wood dwel- 
ling attached; red polygonal 
iron lantern. 
50 


1899 


Visible from all points of ap- 
proach by water. 

Bombs exploded every 15 
minutes; and every 5 min- 
utes whenever a vessel's 
fog signal is heard. This 
fog signal cannot be de- 
pended on. 


16 


D, 3 


Iron Tower, encased in a 
white octagonal reinforced 


1871 


Shows 3 flashes, flashes at in- 
tervals of 6 sees. ; followed 






concrete covering ; white cir- 


1907 


by an eclipse of 17| sees. 






cular metal lantern red roof, 




Visible from all points of ap- 






55 




proach seaward. 




Air com- 


White, reetangular, wood ; 


1890 


Blast of 7 sees, every 35 sees. 




pressed by 


red roof. 




Resonator projects from N. 




steam 






end of building, and points 
345 deg. 


-20 


- D 2 


Iron Tower, encased in a 


1884 


Shows two flashes thus : — 







white octagonal reinforced 




Flash, 1 sec. ; eclipse 2 sees. 






concrete covering ; white cir- 


1908 


Flash, Isec; eclipse 12secs, 






cular metal Untern, red roof. 




Sea light, and to indicate 






63 




entrance to Strait of Belle 
Isle. 
Visible from all points of ap- 






' 




proach seaward. 



246 



Newfoundland Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agent for Eastey Pianos; 



Station. 


Position : 

Latitude N. 
Longi_tude W. 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light, 

Fog Signals. 


Height feet 

above 
High water. 




C *Cape Bauld 


About 50 feet 

to eastward of 

lighthouse. 


Diaphone 




90 








"i 


■X-Greenly ( 
Island 


On S.W. part 
of island. 


White 


Flashes 
2i seconds 


lU 


1 


. 


51 22 26 
57 9 52 








9 


*- 


695 feet 125o 
from light- 
house. 


Diaphone 






i 






r 


.jfAmour Point ( 


S. E. side of 
Forteau Bay. 


White 


Occulting 
20 seconds 


1^2 


o 

05 
OB 


I 


51 27 26 
56 50 28 

On point, 
166 feet 135° 
from light- 
house. 


Diaphone 




40- 








Red Bay 


51 43 30 
56 25 00 


White 


Occulting 
Visible 2i seconds 
Eclipse 2| seconds 










* Belle Isle f 

N. End 


On N, E. point 

52 1 2 
55 15 8 


White 


Flashes 
11 seconds 


137 






Near edge of 
cliff about 

200 feet north- 
easterly of 
lighthouse. 


Diaphone 




» 90' 









The lights and alarms marked with an asterisk 



Neiofonndland Lights. 



247 



built by Piano experts ; used by Pianist Experts. 





Character 

of 
Apparatus. 


Description of Building. 




Remarks. 


s-s 













Air com- 
pressed by 
steam 


White rectangular wooden 
building, red roof. 




Gives three blasts of 2^ sees. 
with intervals of 3 sees, be- 
tween them, every 45 sees. 

Horn projects from N. side 
of fog alarm building, and 
points 10". 


16 


D, 2 


4 

White, octagonal, wood; with 
white wooden dwidling, with 
red roof attached; red cir- 
cular metal lantern. 
86 


1878 


Flash, J sec. ; ecliijsc, 2^secs. 
Visible from all points of 
approach. 




Air com- 
pressed by 
steam 


White, rectangrilar, wood; 
red roof. 




Gives 2 blasts every minute : 
blast, 5 sees.; silence, 2^ 
sees.; blast, 2 sees; silence 
50J seconds. 


18 


D,2 


White, circular, stone; wood 
covered; white dwelling at- 
tached, dwelling roof re<l. 
104 


1855 


Visible 16 sees; eclipse 4 sec. 
Marine telegraph and signal 

and ice report station 
Wireless telegraph station. 




Air com- 
pressed by 
steam 


White wooden building. 


1875 
1892 


Gives three blasts of 2J sees, 
with intervals of 2i sees, be- 
tween them, in each minute. 

Horn points 146° and pro- 
jects S. end of building. 




D, 6th 


An octagonal wooden 
tower ; white. 


1912 


On Saddle Island, star- 
board hand entrance to 
Red Bay. In operation 
during open navigation. 


17 


D,2 


Iron Tower, encased in a 
white Octagonal reinforced 
concrete covering ; red poly- 
gonal iron lantern. 
55 


1905 


Flash, ^ second ; eclipse, 

lOJ seconds. 
Visible from all points of 

approach by water. 




Air com- 

preseed by 

oil engine 


Red, rectangular, wooden 
building. 


1906 


Blast of 3^ seconds duration 
every minute. Horn 
points 77*^. 



are maintained hy the Canadian Government. 



248 



A ewfoundiand Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD.. for 



station. 


Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 


Height in feet 

above 

High water 




* Belle Isle 

S. End 


Summit of ex- 
treme S. point 
of island. 


White 


Occulting 
10 seconds 


470 


3 

r/) 




51 f)2 53 
55 '21 35 








♦H 


< 


Midway be- 
tween upper 
and lower 
lights. 


Fog Siren 




250 


O 






ce 

•< 
















346 feet below 
the main light. 


White 


Occulting 
10 seconds 


124 




Griguet 


1 51 2 30 
1 55 6 00 


White 


Fixed 






Fox Point, 

entrance to 

St. Mein's Bay 


51 22 00 
55 33 00 


White 


Occulting 
Visible 2i seconds 
Eclipse 2| seconds 


67 




St. Anthonj', 
Harbor Light 


51 22 00 
55 33 00 


White 


Fixed 








^ 




approx. 








CQ 


Conche, 
White Bay 


50 51 00 
i 55 54 00 


White 


Occulting 
Visible 7 seconds 
Eclipse 3 seconds 


32 
















Graois Island 


50 42 25 
55 37 25 


White 


Flashing 


41 




Englee Harbor 

or Aiguillettes, 

Canada Bay, 

White Bay 

Williamsport, 
White Bay 


50 43 30 
56 06 00 
approx. 


Red 


Fixed 










50 31 30 
56 16 20 


White 


Flashing 


81 



* The lights and alarms marked with an asterisk 



Newfoundland Lights. 



249 



Hardware, Glassware, Crockeryware. 



a C 


Character 




'a 






of 
Apparatus. 


Description of Building. 


c3 


Remarks. 


s I 










28 


D, 


White, circular, stone, clap- 
boarded, white dwelling at- 
attached. 
59 


1858 


f Visible, 5 seconds ; 
ei-lipse, 5 seconds. 
Visible from 110° 30' 
through E., N. and W. 
to 241° 30' 




Air com- 
pressed by 
water power 




1899 


Blast of high and low notes 
alternately, thus: — Low 
note, 2 sees ; silent, 
2J sees. ; high note, 2J 
seconds; silent interval, 
112j seconds. 














■' Oil engii\e in reserve as an 

auxiliary. 
Depot of provisions for 

shipwrecked mariners. 
In fog, lower light may be 

visible when high ob- 


17 


D,2 
D,6th 


White circular metal lantern 
red roof; inasonary foun- 
dation. 
23 


1880 
1908 

1914 


scured, or vies versa. — 
Visible, 5 seconds ; 
Eclipse. 5 seconds. 
Marine telegraph and sig- 
nal and ice report station. 
V Wireless telegraph station 


10 


D, 6th 


Circular iron tower, 

red and white vertical 

stripes. 


1912 






Lens Lantern 


Hoisted to open frame 
work. 


1906 




10 


D, 6th 





1914 

1 


Square in plan with slop- 
ing sides, 15 feet high. 

White with one red band 
around centre. 

Vessels entering this har- 
bor will keep between 
bearings N. E. and S. E. 
an arc of 90°. 


10 


Acetylene Gas 


Wood structure. 
Open frame work, white. 


1916 
1906 


Flash— Light 0.3 sec. 
Dark 2.7 sec. 

Harbor light only. 


10 


Acetylene Gas 


Wood structure. 
Open frame work, white. 


1916 

1 


Flash — Light 1 sec. 
Dark 9 sec. 



<ire maintained by the Canadian Government. 



250 



Newfoundland Lights, 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



station. 


Position: 

Latitude N. 
Longitude W. 


Colour 

of 
Lights. 

Fog Signals. 


Character 

and period of 

Light. 

Fog Signals. 


Height in feet 

above 

High water. 




Great Hr. Deep, 
White Bay 


50 24 00 
56 24 20 


White 


Flashing 


66 


< 


Jackson's Arm, 
White Bay 


49 61 40 
56 44 30 


White 


Fixed 






39 


Western Cove, 
White Bay 


49 47 10 
56 S7 20 


White 


Fixed 




S 


Seal Cove, 
White Bay 

1. 


49 56 00 
56 22 30 


Red 


Fixed 







r Double Island, 
off Battle 
Harbor 


52 16 00 
55 22 .30 


White 


Fixed 


126 




- 
Domino 


53 28 00 
55 44 00 
approx. 


Red 


Fixed 


127i 




White Point, 
North entrance 
to Indian Tickle 


.53 34 30 

56 01 00 


White 


Occulting 
Visible 7 seconds 
Eclipse 3 seconds 


72^ 


o 


Cape North 


53 46 00 
56 26 00 


White 


Fixed 


107i 


1 


Pack's Harbor 


53 51 30 
56 59 00 


White 


Occulting 
Visible 1\ seconds 
Eclipse 2^ seconds 


108J 


^ 


Cut Throat 


54 29 00 
57 06 00 


Red 


Fixed 


924 




o 


Winsor's Harbor 

Point, or 
Tikkerasuk Isd 


55 20 00 
59 43 00 
approx. 


W^hite 


Occulting 
Visible 5 seconds 
Eclipse 6 seconds 


lOli 


1 


» 
Manuel Island, 

or 
Napakataktalik 


55 33 00 
60 14 00 
approx. 


White 


Fixed 


117i 




Cape Harrigan 


55 51 00 
60 19 00 
approx. 1 


White 


Occulting 
Visible 2^ seconds 
Eclipse 2j seconds 


140J 




Ford's Harbor 


65 28 40 
61 09 00 


Wliite 


Fixed 


44i 




approx. 









Newfoii ndland L kjIiU. 



251 



Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods, Pictures. 



fl 


U 






a 


A 

■^ 




n^ 


O 


C) 




fs 






<D 


t-* 




d 


s 


"o 



Character 

of 

Apparatus. 



Description of Building. 



Remarks. 



10 JAcetylene Gas Wood atructrre, 1916 

I Open frame work, white. 



12 



12 



15 



15 



10 



D, 6th 

D, 4th 

Lens Lantern 

D, 4th 

D, 4th 
D, 4th 

D, 4th 

D, 4th 

■ D, 4th 

D, 6th 

D, 6th 
D,6th 

D,6th 



Hexagonal wooden tower, 1906 
white. 

Hexagonal Wooden Tower, 1900 
white. 



Flash — Light 0..'') sec. 
Dark 4.r) sec. 



Circular Iron Tower, black 1905 
and white horizontal bands. ( 



Octagonal Wooden Tower, 1913 
white. 



Octagonal Wooden Tower, ^1905 

white. I 



On Northern e.\tremity of 
Southern Arm Head, about 
5i cables W. from Church 
Spire: Harbor light only. 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 

white horizontal bands. 

Drum and lantern white. 

Circular Iron Tower, white. il909 



1909jFurnished with Interna- 
tional code flags. 



Furnished with Interna- 
tional code flags. 

Furnished with Interna- 
tional code flags. 



Circular Iron Tower, red and 11909 
white vertical stripes. 
Drum and lantern white. { 

Octagonal Tower and Dwel- 1913 Furnished with Interna- 
ling white, with one black tional code flags, 

horizontal stripe around 
centre. 

Octagonal Wood Tower and 1913 F\irnished with Interna- 
Dwelling, white. tional code flags. 



Octagonal Wood Tower and 
Dwelling, white, one red 
horizontal stripe around 
centre. 

Octagonal Wood Tower and 
Dwelling, red and white 
vertical stripes^ 



1913 Furnished with Interna- 
tional code flags. 



1913 Furnished with Interna- 
1 tional code flags. 



:2o2 St. Pierre Lights. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Newfoundland Light Dues [included in Port Charges, see page 207]. 

Payable once in every calendar year (but not uftener than once iu 
three months), viz. : — 

24 cents j)ei' ton, up to and including 500 tons. 

12 cents per ton additional on every ton over 500 tons up to and in- 
cluding 1,000 tons. 

6 cents per ton additional on every ton ovei 1,000 tons up to and in- 
cluding 2,000 tons. 

Not more than §240 in luiy one calendar year, or oftener than once 
in three months. 

Vessels an iving for repairs, coal or supplies, pay one-half of above 
■rates. 

The foregoing applies to iiieicliaiit xessels. 

Jjabrador, Bank and Coast fishing vessels and coasters pay no dues 
whilst engaged in those fisheries or trade. Should any such vessel proceed 
on any other than a fishing voyage, to any place outside the colony, such 
vessel shall be liable to pay once in each calendar year (but not oftener 
than once in three months), the ratio of six cents per ton. 

ST. PIERRE LIGHTS. 

A Ktvolving Liyht on Galantry Head, giving white flash, lasting 8 4-10 
seconds, followed after an interval of 9 6-10 seconds by a second white 
flash, lasting 8 4-10 seconds, tlien, 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 scpiaie, 36 feet high, painted white. 

The South Channel entiance to St. Pierre harbor is marked by two 
-email fixed lights. One is wliite, illuminating three-fourths of the horizon ; 
it is placed on the rocks at Pointe aux Canons. The other is red, and is 
placed on the plain at the north of the town. 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 
•Colnmbier, in beating into the N. E. entrance, will be clear of the Cape 
Rodrigue Shoals. 

Pointe a Leconte Light, situate on the west point of the Island of 
Dogs, 62 feet above the level of the sea, visible 7 miles. The light shows 
>white between the bearings (from the tower) of S. E. | S. and S. i W. 



French Fog Sifjmds. — Department of Public Works. 253- 

Sporting and Camping Goods. 

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. \ W., westward, to N. W. \ W., and should be avoided by vessels 
entering by the S. E. passage. It will enable them when they have quit- 
ted the white cone to come to anchor in the Roadstead or in the Barachois, 
by following the line of white light from Pointe aux Canons and of the 
red light from the interior of the town. 

Fog Alarm of Pointe Plate gives two blasts of 4 seconds, separate by a 
silence of 4 seconds. The range is about six miles, whicli, according to the 
weather, may be reduced to two miles. 

Point Plate (Lmiglade) Light; 1st order dioptric, visible twenty miles. 
Latitude 46" 48' 54" N. ; Longitude 56° 24' 10" W. Light Tower jointed 
in black and white bands alternately. 

Cape Blanc (Miquelon) Light ; revolving ; showing 10 seconds in each • 
minute ; visible 16 miles. Shows white from North through V7. 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, hlarlc and white, Lat. 47" 05' 57" N.; long. 56° 24' 10" W. 

French Fog Signals at St. Pierre and Miquelon 

Fog Whistle, Gallantry Head, St. Pierre Island. Sound, 6 seconds ; 
Silent, 54 seconds. 

Siren Trumpet, Plate Point, Langlade. Blast, 4 seconds ; Silent, 
4 seconds ; Blast, 4 seconds ; Silent 48 seconds. 

N.B. — Notice as follows received May 23rd, 1911 : 

That owing to the reduced resonant power of the Fog Alarm on Gal- 
lantry, South Coast of St. Pierre, there will be a gun fired every half hour 
until further notice in addition to the sound of the Alarm. 

N.B.-Notice as follows, received February 27th, 1912 : 
That owing to the bad condition of the Fog Alarm of Point Platte 
(Miquelon), guns are fired there, during foggy or snowy weather, every 
20 minutes, but those measures having not proved efficient enough, it is 
thought better to advise navigators to avoid the Islands during bad weather, 
until further notice is given. 



254 Depart, of Public Works — Ferries and Ferrymen. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., Clean 

Sppartmcnt of Publtr liorka. 



t)FFlCK : DEPAKTMENTAL BUILDING, DUCKWORTH SXREtT. 

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

Minister of Public, ^Fcir/':.y — William Woodford. 

j^'etve^cn-y -James Harris. 

Flr.H Clark -W. C. I'earce. 

Scrond Clerk — Thomas Kelly. 

Bookkeeper — A. E. .Suelj,'rove. 

Assistant Bookkeeji t — Gladstone Burt. 

Third Clerk — James Murphy. 

Sleiioriruphers and Ti/pists — John Kent, .Josephene Power. 

Sapurintendeiit nf I'uhlie Works- William Cliniehill. 

Assist'iiit Superintendent of I'ublie H^orks — S. A. Churchill. 

Inspector of Outport Roads — Thoirias Bouia. 

Uoiul [nspeetors —V-A rn-k Miirphy, James Parsous. 

.W('.yse/(/7f/-— Thomas Lu -kyer. 

Board of Works. 

The Minister, Chairman; Hon. R. K. Bishop, Hon. M. P. Gibbs, Hon. 
.lolm H. Bennett, M.H.A. ; Jesse Whiteway, Esq. 

Keepers of Halfway Houses. 

Sidinonier Road — Williatti Walsh. 
Heart' s ( 'oiitent-CarbdHear — IJeury Sjolej'. 
lienews-Tremssei/ — M ichael Lawlor. 
A'eiv Harbor Road — Mrs. Peddle. 

FERRIES AND FERRYMEN. 



Ferrymen. 



Residence. 



Courses of Ferries. 



Thomas Belbin 

Thomas Diamond 

William Elwortliy ... 
Ohai le.« Kennedy . . . . 

Andrew Humhei' 

James Doyle . . . . 

Michael Bexton 

Mrs. ZachariasAVebber 

Ambrose Norris 

James Power 

John Gillard 

Israel Dove 

John Healy 

Joseph Edwards 

George Carnell 



Lance au Loup 

Jjig Brook 

Tinware, in Straits Belle Isle 

Woody Point, Bonne Bay. 

St. rJarbe Dis^trict 
Castor River, St. Barbe Dis. 

St. Barbe Bay... 

Goose Bay, St. Barl>e Dist... 
Three Arras, Twillingate Dis. 

do. do. 

Fortune Harlior, Twillingate 

District. 
Gillard's Cove, Main Tickle, 

Twillingate District. 
Jones' Cove, Main Tickle, 

Twillingate District. 

Black Island ... 

Gander Bay, Fogo District... 
Carman ville, " 



Across Lance au Loup River. 

At Big Brook. 

Across River. 

Norris' Point to Curzon Vil- 
lage and Woody Point. 

Across Castor River. 

On St. Barbe Bay. 

Goose Cove. 

Little Bay to Three Arms. 

Three Arms to South'n Arm. 

Aci'oss Fortune Harbor, For- 
tune Har. to N. W. Arm. 

Gillard's Cove to Tizzard's 
Harbor. 

James' Cove or Main Tickle 
Cove to Merritt's Harbor. 

At Black Island. 

Gander Bay. 

Carmanville. 



Ferries and Ferryvien. 



255 



Carpets with Vacuum Cleaner. 



Ferryman. 



Residence. 



Course of Ferries. 



>\. Peckford . . . . 
Kenneth Chalk . . . 

Abraham Gudger ... 

John Fookes 

John Frampton 

Peter Hall 

Thomas Gill 

John Brenton . . . . 
Andrew Knee 

George Granter 

George Rogers 

James Hoskins . . . . 

Frederick Burton . . . 

Benjamin Spurrell 
Levi Kane . . . . 

Edward Blackwood 

Benjamin Hayward 

Jonas Pickett 

Wilfred Handcock 

James Ryan 

Thomas Ford 

Baxter Fowl ow 

John Christian 

Wm. Duffett 

John Baker 

Alan Smith 

Stephen Blundell .. 
Samuel Martin, sr... 

James P. Lynch . . . . 
Ernest Sheppard ... 

Patrick iCostello 

Thomas Murray , . . . 
Patrick Duff 



Ragged Harlior 
Deadman's Bay 



Windmill Brook, Cat Har- 

Fogo Di.strict. 
Change Islands, Fogo Dist.. 

Indian Islands, " 

Newtown. Honavista District 



Pinchard's Id. " 

Wesleyville " 

Pool's Island 

do. 

Tinker's Island, near Greens- 
pond, Bonavista District 
Greenspond, Bonavista Dist. 



do. 



do. 



Badger Qiiay, Bonav. Dist. . 
Sailor's Island, " 

Loo Cove, near Greenspond, 

Bonavista District. 
Gooseberry Island, Bonavista 

District. 
Fair Island, Bonavista Dist. 

Salvage, Bonavista District. 

Sweet Bay " 

Amherst Cove " 

Trinity East, Trinity Dist... 

Trinity, 

Britannia, " 

Snook's Har., " 

Elliott's Cove, Random Sd, 

Trinity District. 
Hickman's Hr., Trinity Dist. 
Little Harbor East, Trinity 

District. 
Bellvue, Trinity District ... 
Hr. Grace, Hr. Grace Dilt... 

Bay Roberts, " 

Conception Hr. " 

Chapel's Cove, Hr. Main Dist 
Holyrood, 



Ragged Harbor North to 
Ragged Harbor South. 

Deadman's Bay Pond N. to 
Deadman's Bay Pond S., 
or Deadman's i;ay to Rag- 
ged Hurbor. 

Windmill Brook to and of 
Road. 

North Side Main Tickle, 
Change Islands. 

At Indian Islands. 

Newtown to York, Bungay's, 
Hall's, Norris and Outer 
Pinchard's Island. 

Newtown and Pinchard's 
Island. 

Swain's Id to Wesleyville. 

Pool's, Knee's, Brown's and 
Dj'ke's Islands. 

Southwest Arm, Pool's Id. 

Tinker's Island and Main Is- 
land to Pool's Island. 

Ship Island to Greenspond, 
Newell's Island. 

Shaml>ler's Cove or Mainland 
to Greenspond- 

Pool's Island to Greenspond. 

Sailor's Island to Mainland 
or Dark Cove. 

Loo Cove to Greenspond. 

One Island to the other. 

Fair and Paul's Islands and 
Sydney Cove. 

From Side to Side, and Sail- 
or's Island to Mainland. 

Southern Bay. 

King's Cove to Amherst Cove 

Trinity B. to Trinity (Motor) 

Trinity East to Southside. 

Britannia to Burgoyne's Ce. 

Snook's Harbor to Foster's 
Point. Whiterock, etc. 

Foster's Point to Clarenville 

Across Hickman's Harbor. 
Little Heart's Ease, S. W. 

Random. 
At Bellvue. 
Harbor Grace, Southside to 

Northside. 
Coley's Pt to Bay Roberts. 

Kitchuses to S. Shore, C. B. 
Chapel's Cove to Duff's. 
Duff's to Chapel Cove. 



256 



Ferries and Ferrymen. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Lovell 



Ferrymen. 




Course of Ferries. 



Thomas Penney . . 
John Haley 

James Cose 

Edward Doran ... 

Thomas Ryan 

Wm. Lundrigan ... 

Thomas Fagan ... 

Richard Gregory 

James Butland ... 

John Meaney 

Peter Ryan 

Bernard Downey 

Ambrose Power . . 

Michael Sinnott . . 

John McGrath . . 

John Samson 

Robert Collins . . 

Wm. Coui'tney . . 

Timothy Connors 

Abraham Senior . . 

Daniel Dober 

Michael Walsh ... 
Thomas Farwell ... 
Michael Hanrahan 
Philip Tizzard 

John Hunt 

Joseph Mitchell . . 

John Brewer 

Edward O'Reilly 

Martin Strang 

Charles Follett ... 

Wilson White 



Holyrood, Hr. Main District 
Holyrood, N. Arm, " 

Aquaforte, Ferryland Dist... 
Trepassey, Placentia and St. 

Mary's District. 
Holyrood, Placentia and St. 

Mary's District. 
Peter's River, Placentia and 

St Mary's District. 
Riverhead, St. Marj's, Plac. 

and St. Mary's District. 
Admiral's Cove, Plac. & .St. 

Mary's District. 

Mussel Pond, St. Joseph'.s, 

Plac. and St. Mary's Dist. 
Salmonier, St. Joseph's, Pla- 
centia and St. Mary's Dist. 
North Hr., via Colinet, I la- 

centia and St. Mary's Dis. 
Rocky River, near Colinet, 

Plac. and St. Mary's Dist. 
Branch, Plac. and St. Mary's 

District. 
Placentia, Placentia and St. 

Mary's District. 
Beckford's River, Placentia 

and St. Mary's District. 
Placentia Sound, Placentia 

and St. Mary's District. 
Famish Cove, Placentia and 

St. Blary's District. 
Sound Island, Placentia aed 

St. Mary's District. 
Clatice Cove, Placentia and 

St. Mary's District. 
Flat Island, Burin District. 
Spanish Room, " 

Mortier Bay " 

Mortier BaV " 

Little Bay" 
Butler's Cove, Mortier Bay, 

Bui'in District. 
Marystown, Mortier Bay, 

Burin district. 
Collin's Cove, Burin, Burin 

district. 

Streets, Burin district 

Corbin, 

Lawn, " 

Grand Beach " 

Grand Bank " 

Harbor Briton, Fortune Bay 

district. 



Holyrood Arm. 

North Arm to Southside, 

Holyrood. 
Aquaforte to Fermeuse. 
West Side to Trepassey. 

Holyrood to Peter's River. 

Peter's River. 

Southside to Northside. 

Admiral's Beach to Colinet 
Island, and Mother Rex to 
Admiral's Cove. 

Across Mussel Pond. 

King's Landing to Mount 

Carmel. 
Across North River, 

Across Rocky River. 

Branch Gut, West to East 

Side. 
Jersey Side to Placentia 

proper (Motor Boat.) 
Across River. 

On Sound. 

Across Famish Cove. 

Sound Island to Woody Id. 

Across the Cove. 

Flat Island to Davis Island, 
Big Head, Blortier Bay. 
Across Little Bay. 
Across River, Mortier Bay. 
Little Bay to Spanish Room 
At Butler's Cove. 

Northside to Southside. 

Public Wharf, Buiin, to 

Stepaside. 
Epworth to Path End. 
Across Corbin Harbor. 
Across Lawn Barrisway. 
From Side to Side. 
At Little Barachoix. 
Jersey Harbor, S.S., to Jer- 

Har., N.S., theuce to Hr. 

Briton. 



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Course of Ferries. 



Robert Rideout . 

Charles Bond . . . 

Wm. Fitzpatrick 
Alfred Bartlett .. 

Samuel Mills 

Wm. Lee 

Joseph Hackett . 

Thomas Barnes, s 
Abraham Rose. . . 



James Chant 

Mrs. Elvira Hayward. 



George Francis 
John Herritt .. 



Edward Melbourne 
John Herritt 



Charles Hayward . 

Thomas Matthews. 

Francis Mclsaac 

Joseph Benoit 

Michael Chaisson . 

A. Mclnnis 
James Cliaffey 
James Morris 
James Barry 
Priam Power 

James Gillam 

Daniel Dennis 

Charles Perrier 
John Moores 
Peter Berreault 

Joseph Parsons 

Peter McKinnon . 



Harbor Briton, Fortune Bay 

District. 
Connaigre Bay, Fortune Bay 

district. 
Bay dn Nord, Fort. Bay dist. 

Coonil)'s Cove, Bayde L'eau, 

Fortune Bay district. 
Doctor's Har., Fortune Bay 

district. 
McCallum Harbor, Fortune 

Bay district. 
Englisli Harbor Bast, For 

tune Bay district. 
Bay d'Espoir, For. Bay Dist 
Little Bay, For. Bay, For 

tune Bay districc. 
LaPoile, Bur. & LaPoile Dis 
do. do. 

LaPlante, Burgeo & LaPoile 

district. 
Rose Blanche, Burgeo and 

LaPoile district, 
do. do. 

Baker's Tickle, R. Blanche, f 

Burgeo and LaPoile Dis. \ 
Burnt Islands, Burgeo and 

LaPoile District. 
Burnt Island, Rose Blanche, 

Burgeo and LaPoile dist. 
Grand Bay, via Channel Post 

Office, Bur. & LaPoile dis. 
Little River, Codroy. Saint 

George district. 
Grand River, Codroy, Saint 

George district. 

do. do. 

Highlands, St. George dist. 
Crabbe's Brook, " 

Robinson's H. Bk, " 
Fischell's Brook, 
Sandy Point " 

Middle Barachoix,Cartyville, 

St. George district. 
Little Barachoix Brook. S.S. 

St. George district. 
Flat Bav Bk, St. George dis. 
Port au' Port, 
Curling, 



Fox Island River, Port au 

Port, St. George district, 
Doyle's Station, St. George 
district. 



Harl)or Briton, Southside to 

Northside. 
Harbor Briton to Hermitage 

Cove. 
Across Bay du Xord. 

Coomb s Cove to Little Bay. 

Doctor's Har. tu Lally Cove. 

McCallum's Harbor to Tay- 
lor's Island, etc. 
Across Englisli Har. East. 

Across Bay D'Espiir. 
Little Bay to Coomb's Cove. 

Across Little Harbor. 
Misery Point across Great 

Harbor. 
Across La Plante Harbor. 

Grandy's Passage to Burnt 

Island and Main. 
Harbor LeCou to Petites. 
Baker's Tkle to Harding's Is. 
Harding's Hr. to Stroud Tkl. 
Burnt Islands to N.W. Pt. 

Main to Burnt Islands. 

Grand Bay to Port aux 

Basques Road. 
Little River, South to North 

Side. 
Grand River, Codro)-, 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 South Side, 

(Motor Boat.) 
Across Middle Baraclioix 

Brook. 
Across Barachoix Brook, 

S. S. Sandy Point. 
Across Flat Bay Brook. 
Blainland. 
Curling to Summerside, etc. 

(Motor.) 
At Fox Island River. 



At Doyle's Station. 



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OUTPORT ROAD BOARDS- 

Labpadop— 

Blanc Sahlon to L'Anse au Clair — Wm. Damaresq, Thomas Thompier, 
Francis Letto, Jolm Thompier. 

District of St. Barbe 

1. Trout River — George C. Butt, Chairman; Robert Brake, Israel 
Stickland, Abel Barnes, Isaac Hann. 

2. Norris' Point, Bonne Bay — George Bugden, Chairman ; George E. 
Humber, Eli Clarke, George Hopkins, Isaac Caiues, jr., Jcseph Rumboldt, 
John Sams, sr. 

3. Bocky Harbor — James Walters, Chairman; Benj. Shears, Stephen 
Wight, Charles Ellsworth, Robert Lewis. 

4. Bonne Bay — 

5. Shoal Brook to Glenburnie (both inclusive) — Wm. Halfyard, Chair- 
man ; Robert Janes, Arch. F. Lang, James Raike, William Geary. 

6. Green's Point to Cow Head — James Endicott, Thomas Knott, John 
Qilley, Absalom Decker, John Brake, Peter Payne, Eli Roberts. 

7. Cow Head to Parson' a Pond (both inclusive) — Wm. Brown, Chair- 
man ; Andrew Hutching;?, Daniel Hutchinga, James Payne, William J. 
Hutchings, Albert Payne, S. Payne. 

8. Daniel's Harbor, including Belburns and Portland Creek — Jesse 
Payne, Chairman ; Peter Samson, James Biggins, Jno. W. House, Hibbert 
Gaines. 

8 King's Cove — Alex. Spence, Chairman ; Charles Hewlin, Henry 
Thatchell. 

10. Port Saunders — James Ryan, Chairman; Henr^' Rumboldt, A. 
Levers, Joseph Leveis, A. House. 

11. Brig Bay and Vicinity — James Cooicbs, Chairman; Jas. Maher, 
James Wells, Aaron Chambers, John Pittman, sr. 

12. Currant Island — Nathaniel Taylor, John Toop, Daniel Dredge, 
Robert Taylor, Isaac Gibbons. 

13. Floicer's Cove — Eugene Walsh, Chairman ; John Diamond Abr'm. 
Whelan, Thomas Gould, Israel Genge, jr., George Moorea. 

14. Savage Cove to Eddie's Gove, inclusive — George Caines, Chairman ; 
John Nose worthy, sr., John Way, George Mugford, Elijah Coles, George 
Way, William Hodge, Charles Stephens, James McLean, Andrew Coates. 

15. Cook's Harbor, with jurisdiction from Cook's to Boat Har., inclusive — 
James Feild, Chairman ; James C. Penney, Aaron Elliott, David Patey. 

16. Ha Ha Bay — Henry Beaufield, Chairman ; James Decker, Edwd. 
Evans. 

17. Griguei (Dark Tickle to Little Braha) — Jacob Bursey, Chairman ; 
Henry Weir, Simeon Hillier, Joseph Bursey, George Colbourne. 

18. Fortune {Griguet), Dark Tickle, exc., to L'Anse au Medee, inclusive. 
— Baxter Hillier, Cliairman ; Duncan Bartlett, Wm. H. Pynn, I. Bartlett 
James Edison. 



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Lady" and "American Gentleman" Footwear. 

19. St. Anthony~Wiu. T. Boyd, Thomas Penney, John Rice (Cre- 
jnaillere.) 

20. St. Anthony Bight— WiWiam Pilgrim, sr., A. Pilgrim, Samuel 
Kinsella, Edgar Penney. 

21. Goose Cove — M. J. McDonald, Chairman ; Joseph Murrin, George 
T. Noel, George Reid (Ireland Bight), Wm. Elliott (Lock's Cove.) 

22. St. Julian's — 

23. Conche — Clarence Casey, Chairman ; Michael Simmonds, A. Casey, 
Henry Hunt, James Dower, of Ed., sr. 

24. ^n^^ee— Eli Fillier, Chairman; John Lane, D. Compton, F. Han- 
cock, Arch. Rowsell, Simeon Canning, Albert Hancock. 

25. Hooping Harber — Job Rendell, Chairman; Thomas W. Rendell, 
Mark Rendeil, George Cassell, Levi Cassell. 

26. Harbor Dee)} — James Rendell, Chairman; Joseph Ralph, John 
Rapson, Thomas Pollard, Baxter Caesell, Levi Loder. 

27 North Side White Bay — John Ford Gliairman ; Thos. Weeks, Jos. 
Combden, Alfred Pittman, James Ricks, Wm. A. Ralph, Alex. H. Wagner. 

28. Seal Cove, White Bay — A. W. Watton, Chairman ; James Osborn, 
sr., James Pollard, Thomas Pinkson, David Wells. 

29. South Side, White Bay — Edward W. Breen, Chairvian ; John 
Blanchard, sr., Thomas Rice, sr., Alexander Hewitt, Alfred Banks, Robt. 
Gale, Joseph Ricketts. 

30. Fleur de Lys — Patk. Walsh, Chairman ; Stephen Lewis, Jas. Shea, 
James Lewis, Michael Walsh. 

31. Goachman\s Cove — J. P. Travers, Chnirman ; Francis Philpot, Denis 
Fitzgerald. 

32. Pacquet, N. E.— 

33. Pacquet, N. W.— 

34. Pacquet, S. W. — George Packwood, Chairman ; 

35. Brent's (7ot;e —Michael Martin, Chairman ; John Carroll, Toussaint 
Hyne8, John Payne, Thomas Furej', James Brown. 

36. LaSci«— Herbert Toms, Chairman ; Ken. Foster, Thomas Martin, 
-James Budgell, Wm. Ryan. 

37. Croats Islands — Patrick Gardner, Chairman; Anthony Gardner, 
Edward Walsh. 

38. St. Barhe Islands— G. Greenham, John Burton, A. Booth. 

District of Twiliingrate— 

1. Shoe Gove Brook— Jos. Harding, Wm. Chipp, John T. Walshman, 
John Foster, John A. Guy. 

2. Shoe Cove Bight — Wm. Martin, John J. Robinson, George Dicks 
Richard Newbury, jr., Samuel Newbury. 

3. Tilt Cove— Andrew Gullam, James Vickers, Fred.^Blackmore, Thos. 
Winsor, John Fudge. 



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4. Snook's Arm — Peter Austin, George Foss, Francis Toms, Ja?. May. 

5. Indian Burying Place — Samuel White, James Ryan, John T. Stock- 
ley, Fred. Prole, Henry J. Tucker. 

6. Nipper'$ Harbor — Charles Batstone, Oliver Batstone, Elijah Noble,- 
John Andrews, William Russell. 

7. Eastern Stocldng Harbor to Rogue Harbor — William Giles, Samuel 
Giles, Samuel Rideout, John Hounsell, Thomas Houusell, Ed. Fleming. 

8. N. W. Arm, Green Bay — James A. Rideout, L. Oake, Jas. House, 
James Fleming, Francis Rideout. 

9. King's Point — John QiUa,vd, Chairman ; Hezekiah Starks, Willis 
Toms, Theo. Nohle, Joseph Smith. 

10. Rattling Brook, S. W. Arm Green Bay — Wra. Rowsell, Chair man ; 
John R. Bartlett, Albert Bartlett, Fred. Row.^ell, Wm. Bartlett. 

11. Southern Arm, Green Bay — Adolphus Yates, Chairman ; James 
Gillard, Fred. Verge, Zachariah Webber, Daniel England. 

12. Jackson's Cove — John D. Osmond, Charles W. Batstone, James- 
Batstone, William Wheeler, George Mooies. 

13. Harry's Harbor — Reuben Baker, Eliot Baker, John England, John 
Evans, Robert King. 

14. Three Arms — John D. W^ells, Edward Norris, sr., Hy. Shearing. 

15. Wild Bight Robert Young, C/iairnia?i; Jonathan Young, Edward 
Brown, Albert Young. 

16. Little Bay Mines — Wm. Walker, Thomas Dennihey, Jas. White, 
Thos. Colbourne, George Carpenter, William Lush. 

17. Little Bay — Thos. W. Wells, Chairman ; Rd. M. Bouzan, Jamea 
R. Bouzan, £d. Doyle Wells, Ben. T. Buyle, James W. Boyde. 

18. St. Patrick's — Thomas R. Bouzan, Chairman; L. Curran, Thomas 
Neville, Thiunas J. Bouzan, John Walker. 

19. Sprinydale — Henry Earle, Daniel Dally, Elijah Jenkins, Edward 
Brown, Henry Whitehorn, Edward Inder, William Clarke. 

29. Little Bay Island — 0. W. Jones, Chairman ; Richard Anstey, Job 
Wi.seman, Fred. Wiseman, sr., Alex. Anstey, Joseph Jones, G. Tucker. 

21. Soulian's Cow— Ed. Weir, William Roberts, Jame» Wiseman, 
John Hibbs, Elisha Hawkins, J. Hall, Esau Campbell. 

22. Woodford's Cow— Charles Budden, George Locke, Wm. Marshall, 
George Milley, Wm. P. Marshall, Walter Locke, Samuel Snow, Robert 
Snow. 

23. Little Ward's Harbor —J oseph Sauudeis, John Thorns, George 
Saunders, Uriah Dicks. Enos England, Kenneth Weir, Jonas Saunders 

24. Boot Harbor— Jacob Taylor, Esau Taylor, Alfred Wiseman. 

25. Ward's Harbor— George. B. Paddock, Chairman ; D. J. Rowsell, 
George Ryan, Joseph B. BurtOD, Samuel Paddock, A. G. Burton, Ishmael 
Paddock. 

26. Gutwell Arm— John Ridout, James Croucher, Daniel Ridout, S.- 
Croucher, Kenneth Short. 



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27. Lush's Bight— Peter Parsons, John Brooks, Job Parson*, John 
Locke, Absalom Tucker. 

28. Dark Tickle— 

29. Little Triton— 

30. TVellman''ii Gove, Cob's Gove, Paddock's Bight, Jerry's Har., (Sunday 
Cove Island) — 

31. Triton — A. W. Simms, Sidney Vincent, Jesse Tucker, Noah Via- 
cent, George Henstridge. 

32. Newtown, Su7iday Gove Island — 

33. Hall's Bay, North Side- 
Si. Pilley's Island— E. S. Mills, Robert Verge, Stephen Rose, E. Weir, 

Fred. Guy. 

35. Head Harbor — R' W. Fudge, William Watkins, Charles Pittman, 
•'George Pittman, Joshua Rideout. 

36. Card's Harbor — Elias Fifield, John Lush, William Vincent, Jo8. 
Lush, James Lush. 

37. Sopp's Island — Solomon Penney, Albert Penney, John Snow. 

38. Glover's Harbor — Alfred Ward, Mark Rowsell, Mark Forsey, Wm. 
'Martin, Victor Hellimore. 

39. Leading Tickles East—G. H. Andrews, Patrick Cook, R.D. Alcock. 

40. Leading Tickles West — Pearce Newman, Noah Crippett, Israel 
(Rowsell, G. H. Haggstt, George Whelan. 

41. Badger .Sai/— Joseph Cook, Peter Molloy, Joseph Antle. 

42. Fleuries Bight — Art. Langdon, Chairman; Joseph Budgell, J. D. 
Budgell. 

43. New Bay — Peter Moors, Chairman ; Jacob Moores, David Spencer, 
Walter Yate.';, William T. Boone. 

44. N. W. Arm, New Bay — Fred. B. Moore, Chairman ; Ambrose 
Osmond, John Thomas Boone, Thomas White, William White. 

45. S. W. Arm, New Bay — J. M. Andrews, Chairman; J. Thomsom 
James Earle, Obadiah Stuckless, Arthur Shirran. 

46. South Arm, New Bag — Bartlett Britt, Chairman ; Jas. Sheppard, 
James Warford, Samuel Warford, Henry Sheppard. 

47. S. E. Arm, Neio Bay — Adolphus Yates, Chairman; George White, 
Plemou Hustins, Samuel Wall, Jacob Hustins. 

48. Fortune ifarior— Matthew Glavine, Chairman; John Carey, Wm. 
^uirk, James Carroll, Samuel Davis, Joseph Byrne, Denis Glavine, David 
Glavine. 

49. Waldron's Cove— io\\n Hamilton, Chairman ; Lawrence Lyver, 
JEdward Lyver, Peter Byrne, John Lyver. 

50. Charles' Broofe— Josiah Purchase, Chairman; Joseph Hutchings, 
Edgar Langdon, James Perry, Thomas Perry. 

51. Exploits — Ambrose Manuel, Chairman; Robert Sceviour, Eliphua 
tSceviour, Richard Milley, William Lilly, Solomon Budgell, Alp. Milley. 



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52. Sivan Island — George Dawe, Chairman ; James Wells, Zephanias 
Wells. 

53. Northern Arm, Botwood — Job Manuel, Chairman ; Kobert Hum' 
phriee, Edgar Manuel, Albert Langdon, Henry Ball, William Ball. 

54. Badger Brook — Andrew Carter, Chairman; H. W. Cole, Peter 
Coleman, Frank Davis, John Mullowney. 

55. Peter's Arvi (with, jurisdiction from Hancock's Bridge to Dominion- 
Point — Jonathan Higgins, Chairman; \Villis Simmons, James Evilly, Wm. 
Burt, Wm. Hayter. 

56. Little Burnt Bay — James Snow, Noah Ball, Hubert Brett, Samuel 
Pelley. 

57. Boticood — James Inder, James Wentzell, Alf. Sheppard, Abram 
Mugford, James Antle, James Foote. 

53. Norris' Arm — George Ryall, John Ryan, Thomas McDonald, Alf- 
S. Hopkins, Samuel Walton, sr., Ed. McDonald, 

59. Norris' Arm, N. S. — James C. Langdon, Chairman; Wm. Mench- 
enson, Edward Rowe, G. T. Ovens, Eli Langdon, Alf. White, Thomas 
Woolridge. 

60. Burnt Arm — William Woplridge, Chairman; Stanley LeDrew, 
Jacob Hussey, Benjamin Elliott, Alfred Gill. 

61. Laurenceton — Amos Brown, Chairman; Philip Dalton, Moses 
Lidstone, Thomas Lidstooe, George Manuel. 

62. Stanhope — William Chalk, Chairman ; Walter Clark, Stephen 
Ball, H. T. Day, Elihu Chalk. 

63. Salt Pond and Masons Cove — Robert Rowsell, Thomas Bursey. 

64. Lewisporte — Robert H. Boone, Chairman ; John Noseworthy, Jno, 
Freak, Joseph Jure, Robert Woolfrey, Robert Small. 

65. Western Head and Whale's Gulch — Azariah Jones, Chairman; 
John Peddle, Claude Rideout. 

66. Michael's Harbor — William Lush, Chairman; Allan Budden, Jno, 
Clancey, John Lush, Moses Callahan, Albert Clancey. 

67. Camphetlton — John Fox, Chairman ; Samuel Harvey, Jas. Hillier, 
George Viueham, M. Janes. 

68. Loon Bay — H. W. Manuel, Chairman; Thomas Hicks, George 
Breuton, sr., Levi White. 

69. Birchy Bay — Joseph Quinlan, C/iair/;(a?i; Thomas Canning, John, 
Canning, Samuel Quinlan, Walter Canning. 

70. Comfort Cow— Hubert Harnett, Chairman ; George Watkins, Ed. 
Conuors, John Head, Samuel Canning. 

71. Cottrel's Island — George Rideout, George Phillpot, Samuel King. 

72. Luke's Arm— Fied. Pool, Chairman; Ambrose Rideout, John 
Canning. 

73. Black Island — James Frimmer, Chairman ; William Potter, Wm, 
Dorey, Pt4er Frampton, Maitin Hannefant. 

74. Samson's Island — Samuel Potter, John Baker, Thomas Weller. 



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75. Summerford — Martin J. Small, Chairman ; George Maidnient, 
Thomas Jenkins, Peter Boyde, Henry Anstey. 

76. Little Chance Harbor — 

77. Moreton's Harbor — James Taylor, Chairman; Embery Jennings, 
William Knight, Jabez Small, Aug. Brett. 

78. Tizzard's Harbor — Mark Burt, Chairman; Joseph O^^mond, Wm. 
Forward, Thomas Burt, Titus Locke. 

79. Virgin Arm — Richard Burt, Chairman ; W. J. Gleeson, Robert 
Hann, James Ings. 

80. Friday's Bay — Alexander Sansoni, Ghair7nan ; Fred Sansom, 
Noah Wheeler, James Gillard, Isaac Earle, David Rice, John Mahauey. 

81. Tramp Island— Samuel Keet'f, Chairman; Frederick J. Boydt 
S. J. Smith, Thomas Smith, Tlieophilus Wheeler. 

82. Carter's Cove — John Farr, Chairman ; Thomas Burt. 

83. Tivillingate- -Philip Pippy (South Side), Chairman; Martin Phil- 
lips fS.S.), Edgar Roberts (Arm), George Pardy (Little Harbor), Caleb 
Smith ('Arm), Samuel Well* (Back Harbor), George Roberts (Wild Cove), 
Ed. Roberts (Bluff Head Cove), Frederick Norman (North Side ) 

84. Herring Neck— Renry W. Torraville, Chairman ; Darius Bland- 
ford, Arthur Miles, Charles J. Murseil. 

85. Merrill's Harbor— Andrew FovreW, Chairman ; Elijah Powell, 
Elijah Elliott. 

86. Pike's Arm— Robert OiWatt, Chairman ; Edward Richards, Jacob 
Hurley, Thomas Cutler. 

87. Boyd's (7oi'e— Arthur Mercer, 67iai™ia7i ; George Rendell, Ambrose 
Pearce, Jas. W. Freake, Patrick Clair. 

88. Beaverton — 

89. Beaver (7ov«— James A. Day, Chairman ; James Day, Isaac Mercer. 

90. HorwoodyN.S.— J.K. Hodder, Chairman ; George Steel, Israel 
Painter, Levi Ginn. 

91. G/e?iwoorf— Parmenas Locke, Chairman; Lionel Hynes, John 
Osmond, Esau Hynes. 

92. Grand Falls -Joaiah Goodyear, W. R. Down, P. F. Dwyer, James 
Dwyer. George LeMoine. 

93. Millerlown—AUtin Morey, Chairman ; Alex. Moore, William G. 
Pelley, Peter Rowsell, H. Julius Hansen. 

District of Fog-o — 

1. Horwood, S.S. (Dog Bay)— Renry King, Obadiah Purchase, Peter 
Croucher. 

2. Change Islands— A\f hens Wells, Chairman; H. Waterman, Simeon 
LeDrew, Fred. Parsons, Abel LeDrew. 

3. Island Harbor — Bernard McKenna, Chairman ; William Butt, 
Patrick B"tt. 



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4. Fogo — Henry Farwell, Chairman ; Henry James Oake, Wm. Leate, 
John Bmks, Charles Woolridge, Fred. Simms, Wm. Wilier. 

5. Bar r'd Island — Beuj. FennimoTS, Chairman ; Aaron Godwin, Wm- 
Newman, William Reid, Robert J. Primmei. 

6 Joe Batt's Ann — Jclin Wells, sr, /'Aairwan ; Stephen Jacobs, Jos. 
Jacobs, sr., Samuel Newman, Sfinuiel Fieike 

7. Tilti^ig P. Greene, W^illiani Burke, Alphonsns P. Dwyer, Fergus 
Foley, K. Burke, Edward Sandy. 

8. Little Fogo Island — Peter Tobin, Chairman : Edward Cobb, William 
•Cobb. 

9. Seldom-come-hy— Henry Anthony, CI udr man ; George Rowe, Fred. 
Collins, L-iaac Boone, Wm. Couibdon. 

10. Indian Islands—Je^sn Perry, Chairman ; Thos. W. Cnish (Alfred), 
Lorenzo Collinn, VV. Penney, Hr., George Sheppard, Lemuel Hodinott, 
Simeon Perrv, Moses Collins. 

11. Gander Bay, N. S. — Hezekiah Gillinghani, Chairman; Thomas 
Francis, Ju.-eph Giilingham, Reuben Peckford, James Allan. 

12. Gander Bay, S. S. — William Eastman, George Harri'^, sr,, Arthur 
Blake. 

13. Victoria Cove — Arcli, S(inires, Chairman ; George Wagg, George 
Eeccord, Eli Harbin, Samuel Leate. 

14. Fredericton — Eli Wheaton, Chairman ; Charles Hancock, Henry 
Wheaton, John H. Wheaton, Henry Fookes. 

15. Carinanville — Abel Tulk, Chairman ; Jesse West, Pascoe Brinston, 
Aquila Cuff, George Harbin. 

16. Carmanville North— iohn G\\a\]s., Chair man ; Aubrey Hicks, K. 
Pennel, William Collins, George Parsons. 

17. Noggin Cove — William Goodyear, Hubert Collins, John Pennell, 
Azariah Parsons, George Pennell. 

18. Ladle Gove — Edward Tulk, Chairman ; Samuel Pinsent, Samuel 
Wellon, jr., Eli Shelley, Martin West. 

19. Apsey Cove — Henry Chalk, (7/iair//(aw; Jesse Chalk, Mark Coles, 
George Shelley. 

20. Musgrave Harbor— Moses Whiteway, jr.. Chairman; Mark Good- 
year, James Tippett, Lindsay Easton, Jabez Abbott. 

21. Doting Cove — Kenneth Hicks, CViatri;ia»i ; Elijah Abbott, John 
Abbott, George Abbott, Roger Abbott. 

22. Cat Harbor — Joseph R. Parson.s, Chairman ; Edgar Gibbons, Robt. 
Gray, Joseph Goodyear, William Goodyear. 

Distpiet of Bonavista — 

1. Cape Freels — Jacob Stokes, Cliairman ; Phineas Stokes, Martin 
Stokes, Martin Humphries, Abraham Rideout. 

2. Cape Island — Ezra Vincent, Chairman; Louis White' Garfield 
Andrews, Henry White, Thomas Vincent. 



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3. Pinchard's Island — Alex. Hounsell, Chairnian ; Louis Gill, Walter 
Blackmore, Zaccheus Curtis, William Greene. 

4. Newtoivn — Gaiphus Barbour, Chairman ; Alexander Perry, Fred. 
Tulk, Thomas Rideout, Peter Bungay. 

5. Pound Cove — Kenneth Perry, Chairman ; John Hounsell, George 
Hounsell, Allen Keaa. 

6. Wesleyville — Samuel Winsor (of David j, 67iair??ian ; Samuel Hill, 
Robert Best, Art Ford, Martin Sparkes. 

7. Brookfield — A. Davis, Chairman ; Arthur Roberts, sr., Garland 
•Gaulton, Aubrey Piccott, Stephen Roberts, Abram Granter. 

8. Valleyfield — Benjamin Davis, Chairman; Cater Wills, Martin Knee, 
Robert Greene, Samuel Berry. 

9. Pool's Island — Job White, Chairman ; Mark Spurrell, Wm. Knee, 
Benjamin Spurrell, Jesse Brown. 

10. ^afe Harbor — William Attwood, Chairman; Nathan Dyke, Henry 
-Granter, Stewart Barbour, Bethlehem Mercer. 

11. Badger Quay — John J. Spurrell, Chairman; David King, Nathaa 
Spurrell, John Cross. 

12. Greenspond — E. Wheeler, Chairman; Wm. Parsons, er., J. Burry, 
• of Thomas, Waiter Corse, Sylvester Mead us. 

13. Loo Cove — Hugh White, Chairman ; Peter Wicks, E.Blackwood, 
George Bussy, Silas White. 

14. Middle Brook — Abraham Pritchett, C/iamnan; Alex. Pritchett, 
Martin Pritchett, Caleb Goulding, George Abbott. 

15. Shambler's Cove — Robert Bragg, Chairman ; Samuel Bragg, Henry 
Vivian, George Vivian, William Stagg. 

16. Neivport — Eli Collins, Chairman ; Benjamin Collins, D. Holloway, 
Joshua Holloway. 

17. Fair Island— Edwin JNoseworthy, Chairman; Mathias Rogers, 
John Rogers, William Noble, William BoUn. 

18. Bragg's Island -Nath. Rogers, Chairinan; Abel Feltham, Obadiah 
Glover, Ed. Glover. 

19. Shalloway Cowe— William Ryan, Chairman; James Croke, Thomas 
Walsh, John T. turner. 

20. St. Brendan's— J firots Mackaj', Chairman ; Thomas Hogan, Richard 
Whelan, Patrick Aylward, jr., J. Turner. 

21. Burnt Island -Yre^nk KeWy, Chairman ; Thomas McDonald, Jas. 
Kelly, Bernard Kelly. 

22. Gooseberry Island— Benjamin We\h, Chairman ; Charles House, 
Robert Perry, Jacob Perry, Robert Wells, Reuben Perry. 

23. Deer Island— Sam. Yelthnm, Chairman ; Martin Feltham, Benj, 
Feltham, James Osborne, James Tite, jr. 

24. Hare Bay— Theo. Wells, Chairman; George Collins, Joseph Wells, 
Arthur Vivian, Fred. Saunders. 



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25. Wellington — Samuel Ford. Chairman; Charles Parsons, William 
Collins. 

26. Gumbo and Mint Brook — W. J. Osmond, Patrick Cashin, jr., Patk. 
Cashin, sr , James Dooley, Timothy Butler. 

27. Samson — Nat. Cheater, Joseph Samson, James S. Samson, Mark 
Butt, Moses Kelligrew. 

28. Alexander Bay — Victor P. Roach, Chairman; John Whelan, Louis 
Briffett, D. Davis, J. Arnold, John Wells, Ambrose Janes, J. P. 

29. Salvage Bay and St. Chad's— Joseph H. T. Mots, Chairman ; Ed. 
Dyke, William Squires, Richard Farwell (Salvage Bay), Robert Martin, 
(St. Chad's.) 

30. Squid Tickle — John W. Old ford, Chairman; Richard Oldford, Jos. 
Oldford, Tiiomaa Troke, J. Dunn. 

31. Salvage— Arthur Brown, J. W. Dyke, William Troke, sr., H. J. 
Oldford, John Burden. 

32. Happy Adventure — Eli Powell, Chairman; Eli Turner, Reuben 
Dyke, William Brown, Samuel Quinton. 

33. Bishop's Harbor and Dark Cove — James Mo»s, Chairman ; Dara 
Lane, William Moss, James Brown. 

34. Charlottetown — William Ford, Chairman; Eugene Penny, Law'ce 
Chalk, Lorenzo Simmonds, Allan Chalk. 

35. Port Blandford — Alan Stares, Chairman; William Hibbs, William 
Harris, James Carpenter, Thomas Greening. 

36. Bunyan's Gove — J^hn Burke, CTiainH^n; Alexander Tucker, Eli 
Kates, William Penney, Charles Hobbs. 

37. Canning^ Cove — John Simmonds, Chairman; John Pitts, E. L. 
Chatman, Thomas Chatman, Thomas Penney. 

38. Bloomfield— George Reader, Chairman; Robert Blundon, Elijah 
Reader, Ron. Reader, Aubrey Reader. 

39. Musgravetown— Alfred Saint, Chairman; James Little, John A. 
Greening, Jabez Saint, Joseph Mathews. 

40. Brooklyn West— Andrew Lethbridge, Chairman; Thomas Smart, 
George Pardy, Sidney HoUoway, Isaiah Pye. 

4L Brooklyn East — Caleb Hancock, Chairman ; Herbert Bennett, Jas. 
G. Pye, H. T. Hancock, Albert Stares. 

42 Portland — William H. Curtis, 67iatr»/(a?i ; Alf. Ivany, sr., John 
Hancock, jr., Richard Ivany, James Holloway. 

43. Jamestown — Robert J. Haines, Chairman; Abijah Atwood, Robert 
Allen Yetman, John Blundon, Wm T. Pike. 

44. Seal Cove Point and Otterbury Head — 

45. Sweet Ba?/— James Kelly, Chairman ; Ed. Bolan, Ber. Maloney 
William Legge, Patrick Maloney. * 

46. Southern Bay —Bamnel Yetmetn, Chairman ; James Quinton Alf. 
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47. Summerville — Joseph Fry 'of James), Chairman ; George Dawe,. 
Ambrose Greening. 

48. Plate Cove — Ed. Doody, sr., Cko.ir)nan ; Thomas Breaker, John P. 
Philpot, sr. 

49. Ofen Hiaii— Daniel Mos<, Chairman; James Gould, John Walsh. 
60. Red Cliff— Jficoh Quinton, Chairman ; John Quinton, of John, 

J. Hobbs, John F. Quinton, Silas Oldford. 

51. Tickle Cove — Wni. Connor.'!, C7iai/*ii«7i ; Thomas White, J. Kelly,- 
John T. Connors. 

52. Keels — Heniy Hobbs, Chairman ; Ed. Mesh, Jame« Ducey. 

53. Broad Coye^William Matthew.s Chairman: Michael McLoughlan,. 
Thomas Nowlan, John Haity, Stephen Aylwanl. 

54. King's Cove — Samuel Brown (of Janiet!), Chair luav : Petel- Barron, 
James Martin, Thomas Lawlon, Wm. Brown. 

55. Stock Gove—iohn Ayhvard, Chairman ; Patrick Mahouey, Thomas 
Walsh, James Aylward, Wm. Aylward, Tho.-\ Gallahue. 

50. K'?n'5(/i.«'«(7oi'e— Patrick Walsh, William Ricketts, Pati ick Ryan, 
P. T. Aylward, James Aylward, of Wm. 

57. Newman's Cove — Nicholas Edmonds, C/iflnwa?; ; Thos. Edmond.s, 
Wm. Keats, Samuet Cool, Thos. Ryan. 

58. Amherst Gove — William Brown, Chairman ; Heber Bartlett, John 
Brown, Wm. Skiffington, Henry T. Bartlett. 

59. Bonovista — George White, of Wm., Chairman ; John Sexton, of 
Stephen, Art. Sexton, H. Abbott, of Joseph, Robert Etsell. 

District of Trinity— 

1. Spillar's Cove— Wm. Fleming (of Maurice), Thos. Fleming, senr.^ 
Alfred Street, Robert Street. 

2. Elliston—Wm. Tucker, Chairman ; Arthur Hobbs, Wm. N. Baker, 
Ronald Porter, Jno. Porter, R. J. Crew, Samson Trask. 

3. Lcmcaster— George Chard, sr.. Chairman; William Ryder, John 
Fisher. 

4. Little Catalina— John T. Dalton, Chairman; James £. DaUon, 
Silas Johnston, James Reid, Robert Eddy. 

5. Catalina—W. T. Jeans, Ed. Humphries, Francis Diamond, Joseph 
S. G ullage, Thomas E. Russell. 

6. Melrose— EiUv'd Duggan, Chairman; Phili|-) Peters (John., Martin 
Maekay, Thomas Doody. 

7. English Harbor— a. a. Ivany, Chairman; Peter Batstone, Adam- 
Pottle, Nat. Penney. 

8. Cham2meys—FTa.ncis Ryan, Chairman.; James Walters, Acquilla 
Penney, William Miller, Eli Freeman. 

9. Port Be.rfon—A. E. B\xt\er, Chairman ; Wm. Baunester (Wm.j, 
Ben. Bailey, Heber Bannester, Adam R. Randell. 

10. Trinity East— Matthew Evilly, Chairman; John Hogarth, Robt. 
Woodman, H. Brown, Martin Tholmaa. 



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11. Trinity— Xnhve^ '6. Crocker, Chairmcoi; George Bartlett, James 
Bartlett, Charles Clarke, John Brown. 

12. Old Bonaventure — Abram Pitcher, Chairman: Tobias Verge, 
Levi Verge, jr , James Pitcher, Stephen J. Parrott. 

13. New Bonaventure — Samuel King, Chairman : George Hyde, Ed. 
Miller, John Miller, James King (of John), Walter Vivian. 

14. British Harbor — Jacob Vatcher, Chairman; Alex. Sceviour, P. 
W. Leonard, Jno. Anderson, Wm. Leonard (Ed.), Jacob Gardner, John 
King. 

15. Ireland's Eye — William G. Hodder, Chairman; Eli Toop, junr., 
James Toop, Charles Kelly, sr., George Ivany. 

16. Deer Harbor — Edward T. King, Chairman ; Jessie Crocker, John 
G. Penney, William J. King, John Evilly. 

17. Tho)-ou(/hfare—WiiheT Mills, Chairman; Moses Brown, Elisha 
Miller, Silas Wells, Heber Maidment. 

18. Burgoyne's Cove— John Dufi'et, C. Pitcher, George Ivany, Jos. 
Steele, James I'itcher. 

19. Aionroe — Emmanuel Stone, jr., Chairman; William Reid, John 
Stone, Henry Thistle, William Duilett, Edward Sinclair. 

20. White Rock — Ronald Stone, Chairman; Edmund Frampton, 
Alex. Dalton. 

21. ffro7'o«/'< —Simeon Strong, Chairman; Wm. J. Barrett, Dugald 
White, Luther Pelley, Alfred Stone. 

22. Georges Brook -YrcA. Pelley, Chairman; Simeon Adams, Caleb 
Stanley, Albert J. Pilley, Ril. Adams. 

23. Snook's Harbor — Thos. E. Loder, Chairman; John S. Smith* 
Silas S. Smith, Luther Smith, William Smith, Peter Hefi'ernan, David 
Phillips. 

24. Britannia — Daniel Currie, Chairman ; William Cooper, Edgar 
Walters, Wm. Ivaney, John Stone, John Burridge. 

25. Hickman's Harbor — Wesley Martin, Chairman; Heber Martin, 
Joseph Pelly, A. J. Blundell, Reuben Churchill. 

26. Lady Cove — Attwood March, Chairman ; John Soper, sr. 

27. Foster's Point — Samuel Gooby, Chairman ; Kasson Reid, George 
■ Crooby, John Pond. 

28. Elliott's (Tot^e— Harrison Smith, Chairman; Archibald Smith, 
tJideon Smith, Albert Batstone. 

29. Shoal Harbor — W. G. Tilley, Chairman ; Richard Stanley, Reuben 
Ivany, Richard Eastman, Jethro Pelley. 

30. Clarenville — George Strong, Chairman; Wm. Balsom, Allan 
Balsom, Wm. Tilley, John Adey. 

31. Adeytown — Simeon Adey, Samuel Hansford, Simeon W. Adey. 

32. Hillview — Charles House, Chairman ; Thomas Churchill, Seth. 
Stoyles, Ed. Benson, Rd. Loder, Amos Snelgrove, Plemon Greene. 

33. Hatchet Cove and St. Jones' Within- George Miller, Chairman; 
Guy King, Wm. G. Blundell, Albert Lambert, James Price. 

34. Queen's Cove — Geo. Butt, Chairman ; Elisha Gregory, Matthias 
^aker, Simon Gooby. 



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35. Long Beach — George Vey, Chairman; Thomas Gosse, George' 
Burfitt. 

36. Hodge's Cove— Mark Peddle, Chaii-man ; A. Peddle, Ebenezer 
Smith, John T. Drodge. 

37. Little, Heart's Ease — Jonah Stringer, C7*nir?)i«i( ; Jas. Shaw, jr., 
John Dodge. 

38. Southport — Arthur Hiscock, Chairman ; Edward Seward. 

39. heart's Ease — William Flyun, Chairman ; Peter Seward, jr. 

40. St. Jones' Without — James Hiscock, Chairman; Martin Pitcher, 
Adam Greene. 

41. Bay 5«7Z's ^rm— Thomas P. French, Chairman; Thos. Parsons, 
Josei)h Reid, Jacob Piercey, Henry Vaters. 

42. Chance Core— Samuel Kowe, Cha.iriuan ; Jno. Clarke, Sol. Smith, 
Nelson Anderson. 

43. Belleoue — James Murphy, Chairman; Jno. Walsh, Leonard 
Lynch. 

44. Collier's Bay Cove — Cleophas G. Thome, Chairman ; Jno. Thorne, 
Arthur Thorne. 

45. Norman's Cove — Noah Smith, Chairman; Levi Thorne, Simon 
Piercey, Levi Temple, Ishmael Thorne. 

46. Chapel Arm — Michael Power, Chairman; Walter Smith, Aubrey 
Reid, A. Warren, Geo. Warren, Jno. Pretty. 

47. T)il<lo — John Moore, Chairman; Jno. Pinsent, Azariah Reid, 
Endymeou George, Robert Smith. 

48. New //arfior— James W. Hillier, Geo. Cranford, Martin Higden, 
Joseph Williams, E. C. Cranford. 

49. Hopeall -Hear j Msijne, Chairman : Henry George, Jos. Pitcher, 
Matthew Smith, William Piercey. 

50. Green's Harbor — Josiah Taylor, Chairman ; John Rowe, sr., Fred. 
Howell, Orestes Rowe, Ebenezer Burt. 

51. Whiteivay—Moses George, Chairman ; Elias Bishop, Alexander 
Walker, Richard Burgess, Wm. James Legge. 

52. Cni'ewrfisA— Harrison Bryant, Chairman; John H. Critch, Wm. 

Chislett. ^, . , . ^ 

53. Islington— 3B.c,oh Bryant, Chairman ; James Chislett, sr., ot Jas., 
Samuel Chislett, Joseph Walsh, Jacob Ryan. 

54. Heart's Delight— Unheii Haraum, Chairman ; Garrett Bryant, 
Edmund Ellis, Samuel Crocker, Japbet Sooley, Stephen H. Crocker, Hy. 
Frost. 

55. Heart' s^Desir e—Thomfis Clark, Chairman ; Joseph George, Wm. 

George. 

56. Heart's Content— Ch».r\esB,. UendeW, Chairman; Martin Rowe, 
Abram Rowe, George Bonner, Reuben Rowe, Mark Howell, Jas. George, 
of Wm., A. R. Anderson, M.D., John Warren, sr. 

57. Neiv Perlican—'Edyvm Gent, Chairman ; George Piercey, Jacob 
Pinsent, Cornelieus Smith, Samuel Hobbs. 

58. rwr^V Cow— Jeremiah Conway, Chairman; Terence Moore, T. 
Ryan, Michael Harty, Charles Scott. 



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59. Wuiterton — Ernest Parrott, Chairman : Peter Kelland, John 
'George, Joshua Pitcher, William Piercey. 

60. HanVs Harbor — Isaac Short, Chairman ; O. Sticklaad, George 
Tuck, Calob Sboit, Bertram Cutch. 

61. New Chelsea — Elam Belbiu, C/irrw'/rtrtH ; Eli Belbin, William E. 
Harris. 

62. New Mclboii me— Ja.a)es Goodwin, Chairman ; John Harris, Robt. 
-J. DriscoU. 

63. Brownsdale — Heury Strong, Chairman; AhTa.m. Matthews, John 
Thoine. 

64. Sibley's Cove — Zacharias Button, Chairman: Elias Barnes, Wm. 
H. Button. 

65. Whithourne — George Sparkes, Chairman : .John Walsh, Hezekiah 
Mercer, Samuel Sparkes, Jonathan Hatchings. 

06. Blaketown — Archibald Brown, Chairman ; Josiah Smith, Arthur 
Pike, Charles Kearley, Arthuj Smith. 

District of Bay de Verde — 

1. Old Perliean — Arthur Pirrett, C/iatVy;ia« ,• Noah Button, (ieorge 
■Cooml)s, Elias lirookings, Jesse Strong, Win. Beckett, Wm. Bursey. 

2. Diiiiel's Cnve — Lawrence tiow&vd, Chciirmcin ; William Howard, 
John Kelly. 

3. Grate's Core — Wm. James Meadus, Chairman: Eli Cooper, David 
llodder, James Duggaii, .James Martin. 

4 Bed Head Cocc— Pat. Quinlan, Chairman ; John Keough, Moses 
Kice. 

5. Low Point — 

6. Bay de Verde — John Keys, Chairman ; Edward Walsh (Patrick), 
Wm. North {Thos. ), Jacob Coisb, sr., J. Coish. 

7. Caplin Coye— John S. Butt, John Reynolds, James Reynolds. 

8. ZoM-er /s^awc? Co yc— Robert Rogers, CAafrmotM ; Herbert Sparkes, 
-Charles Reed, Benjamin Morris, Benjamia Saelgrove, Philip S. Cooper, 

Philip Shano, James Lewis, Samuel Gillingham. 

9. Job's (Toyf— Timothy Kinsella, sr.. Chairman; Joseph Murphy, jr., 
Wm. R Johnston. 

10. Burnt Point— Wm. R. Tucker, Chairman'^ Levi Milley, James 
Tucker, Linus Oliver, Charles Milley. 

11. Gull Island — Timothy McCanu, Chairman; Philip McCann. 

12. Northern Bay— John McCarthy, Chairman; Joseph Hogan, Rich. 
Woodfine, Philemon Buckler, David Jacobs. 

13. Western Bay — Albert Tutt', C/(n(rm«?i ; James M. Crowley, Geo. 
Kennell, W. J. Whelan, Jonathan Sellars, Albert Tutf. 

14. Broad Cove North — Ed. Squires, Chairman; Thomas Forristal, 
Levi Moores, Joseph Evans, Clement Hutchings. 

15. xiroad Cove South— -'MaXihew King, Chairman ; Thomas King sr 
Archibald King, Thomas Thistle (of Robert), James Trickett, Gilbert 
LeGrow. 



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16. Perry's Cove to Salmon Cove — Hayward Wareham, Chairman : 
Henry King (Perry's Cove), John S, Rose (Marshall's Folly), James E. 
Slade (Salmon Cove), John R. Wareham, Michael Slade, Terence Butt, 
John R. Kelloway. 

17. Frcshii-ater — \Vm. H. Joyce, chairman ; Nat. Davis, Richard 
Clarke, Silas Moores, Joseph Broderick. 

District of Capboneap — 

1. J'irtoria Village — Vs'iWi&m Ash, chairman ; E.T.Clarke, Samuel 
Wesicott, Ed. Clarke (of Abel.) 

2. Carbonear — Lemuel Taylor, chairman; Theodore Penney, Pat'k 
■Colford, Peter Keough, Ed. Frampton, Leonard Ash. 

3. Mosquito — Joseph Simmonds, chairman ; Martin Peddle, Albert 
Newhook. 

DistPict of Hapbor Gpace — 

1. Harbor Grace ( Proper )-^Vs . A. Strapp, M. D., c/i«Jrm«H ; J. J. 
Walker, C. Cron, M.D., George Davis, Frank McCrae, George E. Steven- 
son, Wm. Carson, sr., Jo'-.n Tarrant, James E. Walker, Jordan Sheppard. 

2. Harbor Grace, S. S. — Silas Noseworthy, chairman; Ed. Taylor, 
Sacrey, Richard George, Richard Sheppard. 

3. Bryant's Cove — Henry Noseworthy, chairman ; Linus Hayse, Wm. 
Babb, John Noel, Henry Yetman. 

4. Upper Island Cove — Leander Mercer, chairman ; John Lundrigan, 
■of R., William Bradbury. 

5. Bishop's Cove — William D. Smith, chairman ; Walter Smith, Eli 
Smith, Jacob P. Smith. 

6. Tilton — J. Jeanes, chairman ; John Fitzgerald, Wm. Barrett, 
Wm. Brown, George Drover. 

7. Spaniard's Bay — Esau Gosse, ^/i«ir?rta)i. ,• Joseph Gosse (of Jos.), 
William Gosse, James Noseworthy, Thomas Ryan, Philip Vokey, Josiah 
Gosse (of Nathaniel), John M. Seymour. 

8. Shearstown — Herbert Sparkes, chairman ; James Dwyer, Joseph 
Barrett, John Earle, Wm. H. Holmes. 

9. Bay Roberts — Wm. Parsons (of Steph.), chairman; Abs. Norman, 
John Russell (of George), Capt. Geo. Mercer, Isaac Sparkes (of Wm.), 
Henry Evans. 

10. Country Boad, Bay Roberts— EAw&rA. French, jr., act'g chairman; 
Abram Snow, jr., John Bradbury. 

11. Coley's Point— FA. Snow (Jacob), chairman ; Isaac Dawe, of Isaac, 
Ed. Bradbury, Wm. J. Squires, Peter Keefe, Ed. Snow, of Jacob, James 
Dawe, of John, Charles S. French, of Isaac. 

DistPict of Popt-de-Gpave— 

1. Port-de-Grave—A. G, Bussey, chairman; Aubrey Ralph, Ben. 
French, Isaac Hussey, of Abram, Wm. J. Hussey. 

•2. Blow-me-down — George Petten, chairman; Isaac Porter, Joha 
Dawe, of George, J. H. Morgan, R. J. Bishop. 



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3. Ship Cove — Samuel Taylor, chairman: John B. Dawe, Abraham 
Dawe, of William, William Dawe, of Nicholas, Jos. Tucker. 

4. Bareneed —W\\\\a.m Richards, rhnirmuii; Nath. Beecham, Isaac 
Bartlett, George Richards, Samuel Bartlett. 

5. North River — Tames Mahoney, c^rtirma?i. ; Job a Long, sr., James 
Snow, George Ettort, Pat. Mahoney. 

6. South River — Jos. Wilson, chairman; Rd. Wells, Martin Neville, 
George Eddy, Elijah Snow. 

7. Dock — Abraham A. French, chairman; Jos. French, Wm. Dawe, 
Wm. Facey, Thomas Mercer, Joseph Corbett. 

8. Clarke's Beach — William J Snow, chairman: George Mugford, 
Absalom Bartlett, Wm. Taylor, Thomas Boone. 

9. Cupids — Wm. Wells, chairman ; John Kelly, Jno. Norman, senr., 
P. J. Beehan, Albert Bennett. 

10. Burnt Head — J. F. Bishop, chairman ; Archibald Bishop, Leonard 
Martin, Abm. Taylor, Pat. Walsh. 

11. Brigus — John Bartlett, chairman,; Walter W^ilcox, Thos. Maiden, 
James Morrisey, Henry Lemon, Wm. J. Field. 

12. Goulds — Jos. Coveyduck, chairman ; James Anthony, Wm. Lane, 
Elijah Moore, Robert Lane, Thomas Hawe. 

13. Georgetown — Thos. James, chairman; Wm. Rose, Wm. Youden 
Roberts, Henry Youden. 

District of Harbor Main — 

1. Colliers — Samuel Whelan, chairman ; James Cole, James Burke. 

2. Turk's Gut — Joha Bartlett, cAairwiaw ; James Shea, Denis Shea, 
Patrick Leary. 

3. Conception Harbor — W^illiam Keating, chairman ; James Costello, 
James Costello (Kitchues), Patrick Brown (Bacon Cove.) 

4. Harbor Main ('Proper j— Stephen Doyle, chairman ; Geo. Furey, 
Charles Furey, Joseph Sceviour, Joseph Donnelly, John Power. 

5. Jwo»ic?«;e— Michael Doyle, chairman; Thomas Doyle, Jas. Lyons, 
L. M. Hennessey, Martin J. Moore. 

6. Chapel's Cove — Thos. Hawco, cAamnaw; Wm. Duggan, Timothy 
Sullivan. 

7. iTo/yrooc/ — Edward KixhY , chairman ; Nicholas Wall, John J. 
Hicks, >Vm. Veitch, Ed. Butler. 

8. Horse Cove to Indian Pond—Hd. Hibbs, chairman : Wm. J.Eason, 
Abe Bishop, Patrick Doyle, Wm. J. Butler, Wm. Mercer, Edw. Roberts, 
Wm. J. Morgan. 

District of St. Johin's East—County Council— 

1. Bell Island — David Jackman, chairman; Andrew Murphy, Ed. 
Bennett, John Connors, Peter Fitzgercld, Richard T. Kent, Jno. Kennedy, 
Wm. Bennett, sr., Charles F. Taylor. 

District of Perryland-- 

1. Bay Bulls~Vfi\\ia,m Mulcahy, chairman; M. Williams Jobn< 
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2. Witless Bay — John W. Dinn, chairman ; John T. Mullowney, Hy. 
Lash, Thomas Norris, B Carew, Michael Curew (North Side), J. Norris, 
(Upper Pond.) 

3. Mobile — John Fitzgerald, chairman ; James Hutohings, James 
Kennedy. 

4. Tor's Cove — Joseph 'Sriscoll, chairman ; Nicholas Power, James 
Keefe. 

5. Tor's Cove to LaManche — 

6. Brigiis South — J. Byrne, chairman; M. Gregory, John Badcock. 

7. Cape Broyle — Thomas Walsh, chairman ; John Williams, John 
Brien, James Whelan, Michael Brien, John Dalton, Marliu Chidley, 
Patrick biarvey, Patrick Carew. 

7. Aquaforte — H. C. Wiusor, chairman ; M. Meagher, P. Brine. 

9. Ferry land ~V>a,v'if\. Sl&ney, chairman : Joseph Kinsella, William 
Johnson, A.lffed White, Patrick i^'arrell, Oauiel Keefe, Mat. Slaney. 

10. Caplin Bay — John Vovftr, chairman ; Peter Swain, J. Clancey, 
Ed. Keough. 

11. Reneivs and Broad Cove — James Jackman, chairman ; L. Quinlan, 
M. Sheehan, Lawrence Jackman. 

12. Fermeuse — Patrick Finlay, sr., chairman ; John Morey, James 
Ryan (Kingman's Cove.) 

13. St. Michael's — Patrick Colbert, chairman; Thomas Reddix, Thos. 
Colbert. 

District of Plaeentia and St. Mary's — 

1. Drook and Long Beach — Patrick St. Croix, chairman ; Jos. Perry, 
T. Neill (Long Beach.) 

2. Trepassey—Thoma,s Sutton, of Wm., chairman; Geo. VVaddleton, 
of George, Wm. Pennell, of Thomas, James Butler, sr., Michael Ryan, 
vVm. St. Croix, John Corrigan, Denis Ryan, sr., John Neil. 

3. St. Shotfs— John T. Molloy, chairman ; P. MoUoy, George J. 
Finlay, James J. Lewis, John Pinlay. 

4. Peter's River — David Hicks, chairman ; John Molloy, Patrick 
Stamp, David Molloy. 

5. St. Vincent — Frank Halleran, chairman ; John Gibbons, John 
Stamp, of Patrick, Edward Fleming. 

6. Point LaHaye and Gaskier- John St. Croix, James Critch, Patrick 
Kielly, John Williams. 

7. St. Mary's— J a-m-is Fagan, chairman; William Mahoney, William 
J, Yetman, Joseph Fagan, Patrick McGrath. 

8. Riverhectd, St. ilfary's— Frank Lee, chairman ; Stephen Fagan, 
John Lee, Thomas Hearn. 

9. Mall Bay—Wm. Meehan, chairman ; Stephen Christopher, M. 
Rorke, of Michael, Thos. J. Daly, James Gorman, Peter Comerford. 

10. Admiral's Beach— Veter Gregory, chairman, 

11. Mussel PoMC?— Stephen Butler, chairman. 

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12. St, JosejjA's— Martin Duggan, chairman ; Alban Goff, Jas. Curtis, 
Robert Bishop, Richard Power, Maurice Dalley. 

13. Salmonier, N. S. — John ^6\sin, chair ynan; Martin Power, Nich. 
Parrott, Michael Hawco, Michael McDonald. 

14. Haricot — James Fulford, chairman ;«Joseph Wall, John Byrne. 

15. Colinet — Augustus Davis, chairman; Patrick Davis, J.Tremlett. 

16. Colinet Island — Bernard Doody, chairman ; Jas. Dalton, Alban 
Doody, William Power, M. Power. 

17. John's Pond — William Liuehan, chairman ; Jeremiah Linehan, 
Anselm Linehan. 

18. North Harbor, Salmonier — S. Bonia, chairman ; B. Bonia, P. 
Ryan, J. Power, Thomas Ryan. 

19. Branch — John F. Nash, John Power, John Carew, Mich'l Power. 

20. Gull Cove— John McGrath, Patrick McGrath, Wm. Judge. 

21. Point Lance — N. Careen, John Careen, Michael Careen, P.J. 
Careen, Philip Careen. 

22. Lear's Cove — 

23. Patrick's Cove— John W. McGrath, chairman ; Michael McGrath, 
James Doyle, Patrick Cotiey. 

24. St. SHrfe's— Mathew Lundrigan, John W. Conway, Michael 
Conway, Patrick Griffin, William Foley, James Dooley. 

25. Barristvay and Ship Cove— 'Ed. Keefe, Jas. Foley, Thos. Tobin. 

26. Point Verde— ^. Carroll, Martin Green, Thomas Walsh, William 
Rowe, sr., Nicholas Greene. 

27. S. E. Arm, Placentia — J. P. Lannon, chairman ; James O'Brien, 
George Lannon, Wm. Barron, Samuel Collins. 

28. Placentia — John Miller, chairman; P. J. O'Keefe, Wm. O'Reilly. 

29. DunvilU—Wm. Dunphy, chairman; Thomas Carroll, Thomas 
Power, sr., James Barron, Peter Power, of Peter, John Tobin. 

30. jersey Side — James Kelly, Acting chairman ; Thomas Dunphy. 

31. Point Moll and Freshwater— Edward Kelly, William Foley, Thos. 
Smith, of Peter. 

3£. Marquise— Micha,e\T)ua-phy, chairman; Jos. Samson, Cornelius 
Smith, Michael Fitzpatrick, Ben. Dollimont. 

33. Argentia— Ed. P. Houlihan, chairman; Edward Houlihan, senr., 
John Power, Peter Meade, Richard Cleary. 

34. Placentia Sound — James Cunningham (Commissioner.) 

.35. Fox Rarhor—Yl. Healy (oi Patrick), chairman ;M. O'Reilly, Jno. 
Sampson, Maurice McHugh, Isaac Duke. 

36. Bed Island — James Reddy, chairman ; Edward Kerrivan Patrick 
Carroll. ' 

37. Crawley's Island — P. Keating. 

38. Long ifrtrSor— Daniel Bruce, chairman ; Denis Murphy James 
Bruce, Michael Bruce, Denis Kelly. 

3d. Ship Harbor— M.. Griffiths, chairman : Valentine Meade "Wm, 
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40. Ram's Island — N. Bruce, chairman ; P. Bruce, P. Murphy (of 
Patrick), James Murphy, of Denis. 

41. Famish Cove and Trinney Cove — John Crann, chairman ; Robert 
•^Craan, J. Collins, Nelson Collins, Edward D. Crann. 

42. Little Harbor East — Solomon Upsall, chairman ; George Upsall, 
.George Peddle. 

43. LaManche — James Flynn, Wm. Henry Hynes, James Parsons. 

44. Soidhern Harbor — Jerome Leonard, chairman ; Andrew Whffln, 
John Best, Martin Whifflin. 

45. Arnold's Coye— Walter Boutcher, c/i«ir»iaH ,■ Malcolm Peach, 
James Adams, Benjamin Hynes. 

46. North Harbor, P.B. — Arch. Beck, chairman ; Alan Rodway, Em- 
manuel Eddy. 

47. Come-by-chance — S. Adams, cAairmaw ; Jas. Gilbert, A. Gilbert, 
James Eddy. 

48. Black River and Piper's Hole — James Stacey. 

49. Sound Island— W. S. Beck, chairman ; A. E. Beck, W. H. Beck, 
Wilson Eddy, Allan Stacey. 

50. Woody Island — Robert Williams, eA.airm«?i. ; Arch. Stacey, Geo. 
Lockyer. 

51. Western Cove (Baroti Island)— Fajtrick Morris, chairman ; Wm. 
Morris, William Wadman, John F. Wadman. 

52. Bar Haven — Patrick Shea, chairman ; Joseph Farrell. 

53. Baron Island — 

54. Chambers— i. G.'YxoyfhnAge, chairman; Benjamin Trowbridge, 
John Hickey. 

55. Gaidton's Island — S. Green, chairman ; John Bowden. 

56. Tack's Beach— R. C Brown, chairman ; Charles Best, Benjamin 
Foote, Wm. Monks, J. H. Brown. 

57. Clattice Harbor, N. W. — Laurence Parsons, chairman; John 
Parsons, Peter Connors. 

58. Clattice Harbor— John FoUett, chairinan ; Peter Follett, Martin 
Hiptage. 

59. St. Leonard's— ThomB.^ J. Leonard, chairman ; Henry Rogers, 
Ed. Leonard. 

60. St. /iTyraji's— Garrett Hickey, chairman ; James J. Leonard, Wm. 
Hickey. 

61. St. Ann's— 3&mQS. Collins, Maurice Gambin. 

62. Isle Fa^c?!,— Joseph Lockyer (Beach), chairman ; Thos. Bennett, 
Robert J. Lockyer. 

63. Presgj/e— Daniel Ryan, chairman ; Jas. Ryan, Stephen Greene. 

64. ikfemsAeew— John Connors, Sylvester Best, John Pomeroy, Albert 

Best. 

65. Breivley—V. Bennett, chairman ; P. Travers, Geoff. Kerivan, 

J. J. Travers. 

66. Indian /Tarfior— William Davis, chairman ; James Rodgers, Jno. 
Mulrooney, William Bennett. 



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67. Mussel Harbor Arm — George Roilway, chairman ; Charles Slade, 
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68. Mussel Harbor — Garrett Miller, rhairnian ; Michael Hann, Jas. 
Hana, Henry McFarlane. 

69. Spencer's Cove — John Hollett, Walter Slade, Arch. Boutcher. 

70. Haystack — Charles Gilbert, chairman ; George VVareham, George 
Pike, Joseph Burt. 

71. hay Cove and Collctt Cove — Heber JiuTion, chairman; George 
Ingram, Wm. Ingram. 

72. Harbor Buffett —Henry Butler, chairman ; O. Morash, John 
Marshall. 

73. Bonah and Tosselo — Peter Canning (Deep Cove), chairman; 
Joseph Casey (Bonah), John Ryan (Tosselo.) 

74. Little Paradise — Martin Ryan, chairman ; Patrick Hickey, Thos. 
Heffern, Denis Ryan. 

75. Paradise — Wm. Pearson, chairman ; John A. Byrne, Wm. Ryan, 
M. J. Ryan, John J. Pearson. 

76. S. E. Bight — James Hynes, chairman; Sylvester White. 

77. Chandlers Harbor — Philip Power. 

78. Monkstoivn — Samuel Monks, chairman ; Wm. Butler, Jas. Purdy, 

79. Petit Forte— J &s Hayden, Pat. Flynn, sr., M. Hann. 

80. Burnt Islands — William Deer, John Newman, Robert Deer. 

81. »S'^. Joseph's (P.B.) — Jno. Piccot, John Handrick, Maurice King. 

82. Little Harbor West — John Manning, chairman ; Thomas Crowe, 
Leo McGrath. 

84. B:iy de Lieu — Thomas Burton, chairman ; Joseph Bailey, Patrick 
Walsh. 

85. Boat Rarhor — John Smith, chairman ; Samuel Singer, William 
Melay, Joseph Lockyer, Joseph Matterface. 

86. Parker's Cove — Samuel Butler, Joseph Sinard, .John Foote. 

87. Baine Harbor — Malcolm Andrews, chairman; Levi Mnnden, 
Elijah Brown, John Rodway, James Whittle, sr. 

88. Oderin — John Kielly, chairman ; Stephen Brake, John Drake, 
Joseph Braitliwaite, Joseph Dicks. 

89. Rushoon ~ Michael Cheeseman, chairman ; W. Vaters, William 
Cheeseman, Charles Cheeseman, Joseph Dicks. 

Dlntrict of Bupin — County Councils — 

1. Flat Islands — Louis Chollett, J. P., chairman; George Collins, Thos. 
Broomfield, John Bailey, W. T. Collins, R. Senior. 

2. Burin — Richard O'Brien, chairman; Frank LeFeuvre, John Coady, 
James Vigus, John Kavanagh. 

3. Epworth — Daniel Bishop, chairman ; Thomas Lockyer, Edward M 
Hollett, G. M. Goadard. 

4. Lamaline — John Foote, chairman ; Andrew Collins, James King 
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Road Boards. 

1. Roch Harbor — Charles Rose Hodder, Chas. Hooper, James Hodder, 
of James. 

2. Mortier Bay — John Walsh, sr., chairman ; Thoma.s Dober, Joseph 
Farrell, M. T, Flynn, Ed. Baker, Emmanuel Keeping, James Murley, Dl. 
McCarthy. 

3. Burin Bay Arm— Alfred HoUett, chairman; Philip Hollett, Sam'l 
Burfitt, Robert Lundrigau, Moses Colfert. 

4. St. Lawrence — Wm. Kelly, c/iaiVmaw; George S. Bradley, Joseph 
Walsh, Michael Slaney (D.), Charles Beck. 

5. Lawn — Joseph Murphy, Acting chairman ; James Tarrant, Alphon. 
Edwards, William Lamb. 

6. Micks Gove — Benjamin Orieux, cliairm,an ; Patrick Stacey, W. C. 
Hillier, Bernard Drake, Arch. Ayres. 

7. Grand Beach and Frenchman's Gove — Josiah Grandy, chairmnn ; 
Benjamin Osmond, John Follett, John Ridout. 

District of Foptune Bay — 

1. Garnish — William J. Grandy, chairman ; Thomas Cluett, James H. 
Grandy, Joseph Grandy, Cyrus Newport, Richard Grandy, Jas. Moulton, 
Wm. H. Grandy, Joseph C. Grandy, Charles Marsh. 

2. Point Enragee — E. W. Walters, chairman ; Charles May, Thomas 
May, Albert Strewbridge, Robert Halley, A. L. Burbage. 

3. Grand John — 

4. Jacques Fontaine — George Harris, chairman ; John Brushett, Phil. 
Johnson. 

5. Bay L'Argent—Q.R. Baniidd, chairman; P. J. Banfield, Harold 
Banfield. 

6. Little Bay J?as<— Samuel Scott, chairman ; Thomas Pittman, Geo. 
Osborne, George T. Bond. 

7. Harbor Mille—Levi Barnes, chairman ; George Pardy, Ambrose 
Barnes, Charles Bames, Jacob J. Barnes, Thomas Pardy. 

8. Terenceville and Grand Le Pere— John Hickey, chairman ; John 
Mitchell, Henry Lavey, Aaron Miles, Abraham Miles. 

9. English Harbor East—John J. Clark, chairman ; Patrick Emberly, 
Thomas Kearley, William Barrett, Edward Baker. 

10. Long Femme— Fred. Evans, chairman. 

11. Long Harbor Beach to Hoop Gove, exclutive—R. Tizzard, William 
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12. Anderson^ Gove — Charles Thornhill, chairman ; Thos. Thornhill^ 
John Riggs. 

13. Stone's Cove — George W. Hatch, chairman ; Arthur Elms, Henry 
Pope, Wilson Pope, Reuben Elms. 

14. Hare Harbor — Daniel Dominy, Williatti Phillips, Sam. Tibbo, 
Anthony Dominy, Randall Pope. 

15. Rencontre — John MuUins, Nicholas Hartigan, Geo. Coffin, Step. 
Giovanini, William J. Sheppard, George Foote. 

16. Lally Cove — William Baker, chairman ; John Baker, J. Keepings 
George Mills. 

17. Bay du Nord — Thomas Davage, chairman ; George Matthews, Jno. 
Hillyer, Thomas Farrell, Edward Roberts, Philip Farrell, of John. 

18. Poole's Gove and Turnip Gove — Rev. H. J. McDermott, chairman; 
J. H. Williams, Wilson Marshall, James Bradbury, Henry Squires (Turnip 
Cove.) 

19. Belleoram — E. R. Lush, chairman ; John Fudge, Samuel Lee,- 
Josiah Rose, Thomas Drake. 

20. St. Jacqiies—J. F. Staples, chairman ; J. C. Noseworthy, Denis- 
Murphy, Mathew Hunt, James Dyer. 

21. St. Jacques (West Side) — Robert Lee, chairman ; John T. Fiander^ 
John Fewer. 

22. English Harbor West — Clifford Shirley, chairman ; Robt. Fiander,, 
John Fiander, Benjamin Dollimont. 

23. Mose Ambrose — James Yarn, chairman ; Wm. Simms, R. Petite. 

24. Boxey — Samuel Miles, chairman ; John J. Blagden, Frederick 
Blagden. 

25. St. John's Bay — Ab. Skinner, chairman ; Samuel Skinner, Fred, 
Skinner. 

26. Coomb's Co-ye— John S. Vallis, chairman ; Aaron Vallis, Henry 
Blagden, Charles Barnes, George Fiander. 

27. Corbin, Barrow, and Little iJeac/i— Stephen Pool (Corbin), chair- 
man ; Samuel Pool (of John), James Savory (of Wm.), Silas Hanham (Bar- 
row), John Dominick (Little Reach.) 

28. Miller's Passage — Stephen Martin, chairman ; Benjamin Martin, 
Joseph S. Sheppard, Wm. Sheppard, George Smith, Thomas Smith, Thos. 
Ridgely, John F. Sheppard 

29. Little Bay ?res«— Jacob Rose, chairman ; Eli J. Rose, Thomas J. 
Drake, Theo. Skinner. 

30. Jersey Harbor— D. Boyce, chairman ; Richard Rose, Step. White. 

31. Harbor Briton — Walter Porter, chairman ; Jacob Jensen, George 
Rose, Wm. Thompson, Thomas Pardy, Patrick Hearn, Thomas Pearce 
Philip Cluett. ' 

32. Broad Cove— Patrick Baker, Benjamin Baker, Jacob Skinner. 

33. Sagona— Morgan Bungay, George Snook (of Ben), James Bungayj- 
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34. Brunette — Manuel Hillier, chairman ; Andrew Douglas, Reuben 
Gaulton. 

35. Great Harbor— Wm, Bond, George W, Harris. 

36. Dawsons Cove — Jolin Rose, chairman ; James Crewe, Isaac Wells, 
John W. Wells. 

37. Seal Cove — Simeon Lovelace, chairman ; Josiah Ridout, Josiah W. 
Lovelace, John Cornick, William Lovelace. 

38. Pass Island — Philip Fudge, chairman; Ernest E. BuUey, J. 
Touchings, Josiah Piercey, Jno. T. Piercey, Jacob D. Sinims. 

39. (rVoJe— James Stickland, chairman : Thomas Burton, Wm. Cribb 

40. Hermitage — Benjamin Francis, chairman; William Ingram, Henry 
Roberts, Alex. Roberts, Matthew Francis. 

41. Gaultois — Jno. Rendell, chairman ; Henry Grant, John Legge. 

42. Little Bay — Levi Dominy, chairman; William Coombes, Joshua 
Kendall. 

43. Bmjmond's Point, inc., to Green Point — W. T. Stickland, chairman; 
Wm. Organ, Samuel Kearley, Thomas Kendall. 

44. Green Point, etc. — Henry Wilraot. 

45. Head of Conne River — Michael McDonald, chairman; Geo. Colliier, 
sr., Richard Woolcot, Wui. McDonald, Michael Collier. 

46. Conne iZtVer— Nicholas Jeddore, chairman ; Reuben Lewis, Matthew 
Burke, John McDonald. 

47. Conne — Fred. Hatch, chairman; John Abbott, Emmanuel Fudge. 

48. Milltoivn—G. G. Kelly, chairman ■ John Brushett, Geo. Roberts, 
John Kendall, sr. 

49. Burnt fFootis— John McDonald, chairman; Thomas McDonald, 
Reuben Lewis, John McDonald (St. Joseph's Cove). 

50. Head of Bay D'E'spotV— Robert Kearley, chairman ; David Organ, 
Robert Roberts, Thomas Barnes, Wm. Barnes. 

51. St. ^2&a?(s— David Collier, chairman ; George Hoskins, sr., R. J. 
McDonald, .Samuel Snook, Wm. Collier (of Samuel), William Hoskins, 
William Collier. 

52. Grand Jervois—Wm. Hogarty, Francis King, Wm. Ho-ise, Samuel 
Rose, James Farrell. 

53. Pushthrough^ J onhthun Rowsell, chairman; Samuel P. Camp, 
Robert Chambers, Samuel Cooper. 

54. McCallum—iwde Nash, chairnmn; Joseph Bishop, Chas. Caines. 

Distpiet of Bupgeo and La Poile — 

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2. Cape LaHune 

3. Cul de Sac, West 

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William Webb, sr., James Wormold, J. R. S. Durnford. 

7. Burgeo (Little River to Muddy Hole) — George Dicks, chairman ; Wm- 
Matthews, Thomas Mitchell, Wm. Grore. 

8. Ram ea Island — John Payne, jr., chairman; Hubert Kendall, Alex- 
Ingram, Andrevv Keeping, Wni. Scott, Isaac Keeping, John Kendall, jr. 

9. Grand Bruit — Samuel Billiard (of Samuel), chairman ; James Mel- 
bourne, George Miles, James Miles, Jame.'? Childs. 

10. LaPoile — James Keeping, Thomas Anderson, Stephen Bateman, 
Joseph Stickland, sr., Lewis Walton. 

11. Little Bay — John Mitchell, chairman ; Wm. Vautier, John Chant, 
Wm. McDonnell, James Taylor. 

12. TVest Point — P. Anderson, chairman ; Richard Anderson, Charles 
Riles, Ed. Francis, George Francis. 

13. Petites — E. Mauger, chairman; Wm. Hayward, Goodison Mauger 
A. Bennett, Wm. Strickland. 

14. Harbor LeCou — Geo. Clark (of John), Charles Wakeham, Robirt 
Wells, Andrew Hanham. 

15. Rose Blanche — James LeMoine, chairman ; Thomas Skinner, Hy. 
Newman, John Hatcher (of John), Philip Stickland Wm. Burton, Wm. 
Hanham, A. Moores, Wm. Garcin. 

16. Burnt Island {Baker's Tickle to Wolf Harbor)— A. Keeping, chair- 
man ; Edward King, Ben. Keeping, W lliam Ransom. ^^ 

17. Hiscock's Point — John Seymour, Philip Stickland, Eli Seymour. 

18. Isle aux Morts — Dominic LeFresne, chairman ; John LeFresne, 
Thomas Frampton. 

19. Fo.c Roost and Margaree — B. Walters, G. Billiard, Jos. Hodder, 
George Walters. 

20. Channel — H. H. Mackey, chairman ; Joseph Hewlin, Ed. Sheaves, 
John Dennis, Israel Lillington, sr. 

21. Drendfall Point to Rocky Barachoix — Jas. Young, Jas Lomond. 

22. Middle Barachoix to Gape Ray — John Wall, chairman ; Joseph 
Carter, Wm. Park, Wm. Short, Sol. Short. 

District of St. Geopge — 

1. Little River— Alex. A. A. Mclsa.a.c, chairmaji ; Malcolm Campbell, 
John Chaisson, Angus McQuarrie, John J. Mclsaac. 

2. Searsto7i A. D. Mclsaac, chairman ; John McEwan, Pat. Downey, 
James Mclsaac, Thomas O'Quinn. 

3. Great Codroy—T. A. Kerneally, chairman ; John McArthur. Pat 
Ryan, Michael Downey, Hugh Mclunis. 

4. Codroy, Proper — W xn. Finndev, chainnan ; F. P. Braithwaito JP, 
J. H.Collier, J .s. (Vllier, lilij^h Mailin. 

5. South Branch — Peter Meuse, chairma7i ; Sylvester White, John 
Cornier, Medric O'Quinn, Joseph Mclsaac. 

6. Highlands— M.. J. Gillis, c/iairma?i ; Roderick McPherson, T P. 
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7. Orabbes — Jeremiah Pike, chairman ; James Gosse, Richard Gillam» 
William Hulan, John E. Morris. 

8. Middle Barachoix — H. T. Legge, chairman ; Arch. McKay, George 
Harvey, Wm. Ilulan, 0. Cheffey. 

9. Robinson'' s Head — Thos. Gale, chairman ; John McPherson, Alan 
Shears, R. Gill, Wm. Jeans. 

10. Bank Head — J. W. White, chairman ; Michael McDonald, Paul 
Benoit, Reuben King, Peter Benoit. 

11. St. George's (County Ooimril) — John McLellan, chairman ; Norman 
Butt, A. Gamier, Chas. Marks, Jos. Delaney, Peter Alexander, James 
Leadbeater, G. F. White, Hubert White, W. Pilgrim, Amedee Blanchard, 
Harold Morris, Kenneth White, Wm. J. White. 

12. Sa7idy Point — Ed. Hirst, chairman ; Millage Messervey, Reginald 
Berry, Medric Sheppard, James Gillis. 

13. Matthew's Point or Nardini's Crossing — Constant Garnier, c/tair- 
man ; Richard Mclsaac, Jos. King, Wm. Tobin. 

14. Stephenville Crossing — J. Bishop, chairman ; Isaac HaUey, Thomas 
Downey, Alex. White, Alex. Lueca. 

15. Stephenville — Amedee Gaudin, chairman ; J. G. White, Thoma» 
Cormier, Thomas White, Isaiah White. 

16. Port au Port — Martin Hynes. chairman ; Michael Leary, Samuel 
Parsons, Derry O'Quinn. 

17. Boswarlas — Richard Hooper, chairman ; Jacob Hewitt, Jno. J. 
Harvey, Andrew Harvey. 

18. Campbell's Creek — Daniel March, chairman ; A. S. Campbell, Dan. 
Campbell, Thaddeus LaCosta. 

19. A hraham's Cove — John Duffey, chairman ; Henry Jesso, Julian 
Bruce, Walter Candell, Stephen Miller. 

20. Black Duck Brook — Henry Duft'eny, chairman ; Michael Ryan, 
Amedee H. Benoit, John Lninez, Joseph Lainez. 

21. Marche's Point — Jnhn B. Cnrmack, chairman ; John Cormier, 
Allan Robin, Peter Ansant, Thomas Young, Charles Jesseau. 

22. West Bay — Joseph H. Duffenais, chairman ; Narcise Gadet, Ml. 
Gale. , 

23. Clam Bank Co'ye— Thomas Collier, chairman ; John Moore, James 
Young, Valentine Young, George Aucoin. 

24. Lark Harbor— \Yn). Sheppard, chairman ; Frencis Sheppard, Jno. 
Donegan, Benjamin Robinson, Henry Gallant. 

25. Benoit's Cove— John Park, chairman ; Michael Companion, Alf. 
Wheeler, Jos. Dennis, Marcelle Gallant. 

26. CttrKngi— John Hayes, chairman ; Israel Hines, C. H. Pennell, 
Alex. Canning, Samuel Hilliard. 

27. Huriibermouth—'^ ovman Fisher, chairman ; Charles Brake, Philip 
Meaney. 

28. Summerside — James Sinclair, chairman ; Augustus Penney, Thos. 
Quigley, Thos. Wheeler, Walter Leader. 

29. Meadow's Point— K. E. Brake, chairman ; G. E. Davis, James 
Noseworthv, John Park, Wm. Blanchard. 

30. fToorf'.s /s/«nc?— Rev. S. Callan, P.P., c/iaiVTTiaM; Wm. O'Connell, 
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 

Diocese of Newfoundland. 

Former Prelates — Aubrey George Spencer, D D., 1839. Edward Feild,, 
D.D., 1844. James Butler Kelly, D.D., 1876. 

Present Bishop — Right Rev. Llewellyn Jones, D.D., Lord Bishop of 
Newfoundland, Consecrated in St. Paul's Cathedral, London, on the Festi- 
val of SS. Philip and James, 1878, by the late Archbishop Tait, of Canter- 
bury, the Bishops of London and Hereford, and Bishop Kelly. 

Commissary — Rev. Canon Smith. 

Commissaries in England — Rev. Canon Heygate, M.A., Boston ; Rev. 
H. B. Cartwright, M.A. 

Diocesan Megistrar — Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A. 

Cathedral Chapter. 

The Lord Bishop, Dean. 

Canons— Uevs. W. C. White, Sub- Dean ; F. W. Colley ; G. H. Bolt, 
M.A. ; T. G. Netten ; G. H. Field ; F. Smart, R.D. 

Deanery of Avalon. 
Rev. Canon Colley, Bural Dean. 
St. John's Cathedral — Rev. Canon White, Rector. 

Rev. J. Brinton, Senior Curate 
Rev. Canon Field, Curate in charge S. Michael's. 
St. John's, St. Thomas'- Rev. E. Jones, Ph D., Rector. 

Rev. H. Clayton, L.Th., Sen. Curate (on leave 

with His Majesty's Forces.) 
Rev. C. A. Moulton, L.Th., Junior Curate. 
St. John's, St. Mary's— Uev. H. Uphill, Rector. 

Rev. H. L. Pike, L.Th., Curate. 
Topsail — Rev. Canon Netten. 
Foxtrap — Rev. Canon Colley. 
Pouch Gov — Rev. C. Jeffery. 
Petty Harbor — Rev. J. Hewett. 
Portugal Cove — Rev. H. E. E. Legge, Rector. 
Bell Island— Rev. John Stead. 

St. Johns, Non-Parochial — Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A., L.Th., Sec.-Treas, 
Diocesan Synod, Examining Chaplain. 
Rev. C. H. Barton, M.A., Principal Queen's College. 
Rev. Canon Smith, retired. 

V Deanery of Conception Bat. 

Rev. Canon Noel, Rural Dean. 
Bngus—B.ev. E. K. H. Caldwell. 
Salmon Cove — Rev. F. Severn. 
Port de Grave'— Rev. D. R. Bailey, B.A. 
Bay Roberts— A. B. S. Stirling, Rector. 



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Spaniard's Bay — Rev. E. C. Clench. 

Upper Island Cove — Rev. E. E. Rusterl. 

Harbor Grace — Rev. W. R. J. Hig^ett, L.Th., Bedor. 

Harbor Grace (Souih Side) — Rev. E. Andrewn. 

Carbonear — Rev. C W Hollands. 

Harbor Grace — Rev. Canon NoelCretired.) Rev. T. G. Cragg (retired.) 

Deanery op Trinity Bay South. > 

Rev. F. Smart, Rural Dean. 

Heart's Content- -Rev. F. Smart, Rector; , Curate. 

New Harbor — Rev. T. W. Upward. 
Bay de Verde — Rev. H. Gilbert. 
Whitbourne — — 

Dbanery of Trinity Bay North. 
Rev. A. Pitman, Rural Dean. 
Trinity East — Rev. A. Pitman, Rector. 
Trinity — Rev. C. M. Stickings. 

Champneys — 

Catalina — Rev. G. S. Chamberlain. 
Smith's Sound~B.ev. H. W. Facey, B.A. 
Ma7idovi—'Rnv. W. A. Butler. 

Deanery of Bonavista Bay. 

Rev. Augustus G. Bayly, M.A., Rural Dean. 
Bonavista— ^ev. Augustus G. Bayly, M.A., R.D., Rector. 
King's Cove — Rev. S. A. Dawson. 
Brooklyn- Rev. E. J. R. Nichols. 
Sulvage—Eev. A. E. Tulk, B.A., Rector. 
Greenspond -Rev. I. Parsons, Rector. 
Newtown— Rev. J. T. Hiacock, B.A., Rector. 
Badger Quay — Rev. H. I. Leggo. 

Deanery of Nothe Dame Bay, South. 
, Rural Dean, 

Twillingate — Rev. E. Hunt. 
Fogo — Rev. J. 0. Britnell, Rector. 
Barred /stowrfs— Rev. F. P. Law. 
Herring Neck—Hev. LI. Godden. 
Change Islands— 'Hev. J. Piet^cott. 

Deanery of Notre Dame Bay, North. 



-, Rural Dean. 



Exploits— B,ev. J. Bull. 

Tilt Gove— 'Rev. H. Mackay. 

White Bay— Rev. M. H. W. Seeley ; Rev. C. Wood (retired.) 

Grand Falls— Rev. T. E. Loder, Rector. 

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Deanery of Placentia Bay. 

Rev. A. Shorter, Rural Dean. 

Harbor Buffett — Rev. Arthnr Shorter, R.D. 

Tach's Beach — Rev. E. H. Humphries. 

Burin— Rax. A. T. Tulk. 

Lamaline — Rev. H. Kirby. 

Deanery of FoRTrNK Bay. 
Rev. R. F. Mercer, Rural Bean. 
Harbor Briton— Uev. R, F. Mpicer, R.D. 
Hermitage Bay — Rev. W. R, Courage. 
Puihthrough — Rev. G. Hall, M.A., Rector. 
Belleoram— Rev. G. S. Templeton, Rector. 
Burgee — Rev. E. H. Fletcher, Rector ; Rev. G. Robin?, Curate. 

Deanery of Straits of Belle Isle. 

Rev. J. T. Richards, Rural Dean. 
Battle Harbor— Rev. W. K. Pitcher. 
Sandwich Bay — Rev. H. Gordon, M.A. 
Flower's Cove—Re\. J; T. Richards, R.D. 
St. Anthony— Rev. E. S. Tarrant. 
Ungava—Rev. S. M. Stewart. 

Deanery of St. George's Bay. 

Rev. H. J. Read, Rural Dean. 

Channel — Rev. H. J. Read, R.D. Rector. 

Rose Blanche — Rev. G. Elliott. ' 

St. George's Bay — Rev. E. A. Butler, Rector. 

Bay of Islands — Rev. H. Petley. 

Bonne Bay— Rev. G. H. Maidment, Rector ; Rev. T. Greavett, Curate. 

On Leave— Rev. G. H. Hewitt, M.A.; Rev. J. S. Adams, B.D.; Rev. 
N. G. Vivian; Rev. J. P. F. Adams, L.Th.; Rev. W. E. R. Cracknell, 
("with His Majesty's Forces.) 

Theological College. 

P'm^or— The Lord Bishop. 

Principal — Rev. C. H. Barton, M.A. 

Council — The Lord Bishop; Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A., Bursar and Hon. 
Sec'y ; Rev. Canon Smith ; Rev. Canon White ; Rev. Canon Netten ; Rev. 
Canon Field ; Sir J. Outerbridge ; Hon. Sir Wm. H. Horvifood, C.J. 

Diocesan Synod of Newfoundland. 
Executive Committee — The Lord Bishop, Rev. Canon Smith (Episcopal 
Commissary), Rev. Canon Bolt, M.A., Rev. Canon White, Rev. Canon 
Field, M.A., Rev. Canon Netten, Rev. Canon CoUey, Rev Canon Smart, 
R.D., Rev. J. Brinton, Hon. Sir Wm. H. Horvvood, Sir J. Outerbridge, 
Hon. J. Knowling. J. A. Clift, Esq., K.C., Hon. R. Watson, J. W. Withers, 
Esq., W. B. Grieve, Esq., Hon. M. G. Winter. 

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ArchhUhop of St. John's — Most Reverend E. P. Roche, D.D., Conse- 
crated June 29th, 1915. 

Former Prelates— Right Rev. Dr. ODonel, Consecrated 1796, died 
1811 ; Right Rev. Dr. Lambert, died 1817 ; Right Rev. Dr. Scallan, died 
1830 ; Right Rev. Dr. Fleming, died 1850 ; Right Rev. Dr. Mullock, died 
1869; Right Rev. Dr. Power, died 1893; Most Rev. Dr. Howley (first 
Archbishop), died Oct. 15th, 1914. 

Dean of the Diocese — Very Rev. W. P. Doutney, P.P. 

St. John's Cathedral — Right Rev. Monsignor McUermott, B.A, V.G., 
Administrator ; Revs. J. J. Greene, Ph.D. ; J. Conway ; J. Carter, Ph.D. 

St. Patrick's, Riverhead — Very Rev. H. T. Renouf, Pastor ; Revs. J, F. 
Pippy, P. P. Sheehan. 

St. Joseph's, Hoylestoivn—Rev W. P. H. Kitchin, Ph.D. 

Torftftj/— Right Rev. Mgr. St. Jchn, P.P. 

Pouch Onve—Lev. D. O'Callaghan, P.P. 

Petty //ffWior— Rev. R Tieiney, P.P. 

Whittles Bay~iiev. P. J. O'Brien, P.P. 

Tor's Cove— Hev. C. A. McCarthy, P.P. 

Ferryland—Uev. L. K. Vereker,'^ P.P., and Rev. F. J. McGrath, Ph.D., 
C.C., (re-iiding at Cape Brovle.) 

Eenews— Very Rev. VV.' P. Doutney, P.P., and Rev. J. Enright, C.C, 
(residing at Fernieuse. ) 

Trepassey—Yiev. W. O'Flahertv, P.P. 

St. Mary's— Rev. S. O'Driscoll, P.P. 

St. Joseph'.'!— Rev. J. J. Rawlins, P.P. 

Placentia — Right Rev. Mgr. Reaidon, P.P. 

St. Brides— Rev. M. F. McQuire, P.P. 

Argentia — Rev. J. T. Ashley, P.P. 

Bar Haven— R^x. F. A. Cacciola. P.P. 

St. Kyran's Rev. A. Fyme, P.P. 

MarystoiDn—R.^v E. J. Wilson, P.P. 

Burin— Rev. F. Ryan, P.P. 

St. Laim-ence — Rev. A. J. Maher, P. P. 

Topsail and Kelligrews—'Rev. P. Kelly, P.P. (residing at Manuels.) 

Portugal Govs— Reu. T. J. Gough, P.P. 

Bell island— Uev. J. J. McGrath, P.P. 

Chaplain to the City Hospitals— Rey . J. Coady. 

Chaplain with the British Forces— Rav. T. Nangle. 

Betired—Re\'s. J. Whelan, J. Kearney, W. McCarthy. 

Institutions. 

St. Bonaventure,s College— In charge of the Christian Brothers. 
St. Patrick's Schools— In charge of the Christian Brothers. 
Holy Cross Schools, Eiverhead— In charge of the Christian Brothers. 
Mercy Convent Academy, Military Boad~In charge of the Sisters of 
Mercy. 



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St. Bride's Academy., Littledale (Boarding School for Girls) — In charge 

of the Sis^ters of Mercy. 
Presentation Convent, Cathedral Square — la charge of the Presentation 

Sisters. 
St. Patrick's Convent, Riverhead — In charge ot the Presentation Sisters, 
iSf. Vincent's School, Harvey Road — In charge of the Si?ters of Mercy. 
St. Joseph's School, Hoylestoiim — In charge of the Sisters of Jlercy. 
Industrial School for hoys at Mount Gashel — (125 boys) — In charge of 

the Christian Brothers. 
St. Michael's Orphanage for Girls, Belvidere— (\2Q orphans) — In chaise 

of the Sisteis of Mercy. 
St. Clare's Homr for Girls and Elderly Ladies — In charge of the Sisters 

of Mercy. 
Convents — Presentation Order, 8 ; Mercy Order, 6. 

Diocese of Harbor Grace. 

Present Bishop — Right Rev. John March, D.D., consecrated in Harbor 
Grace, November 4th, 190tJ. 

Former Prelates Right Rev. Bishop Dalton, consecrated 1856, died 
in 1869; Right Rev. Bisl^iop Carfagnini, consecrated in 1870, translated to 
Gallipoli, Italy, in 1880; Most Rev. R. Macdonald, consecrated in 1881, 
resigned 1906; died September 16th, 1912. 

Harbor Grace — Right Rev. John March, D.D. ; Rev. J. J. Walker; 
Rev. T. D. O'Neil. 

Holyrood—Rev W. P. Finn, P.P. 

Harbor MfiMi— Rev. R, M Shean, P.P. 

Conception Harbor — Very Rev. Mgr. Veitch, P.P. 

Brigus—Rev. J. Murphv, P.P., LLD. 

North River— Rev. S. J." "-Vhelan, D.D., P.P. 

Carbonear— Right Rev. Mgr. F. D. McCarthy, V.G. 

Northern Bay — Rev. Edward O'Brien. 

Bay de Verde — Rev. J. Donnelly, P.P. 

Trinity—Rev. Wm. Tarahan, P.P. 

Bonavista—Uev. M. P. Dwyer, P.P. 

King's CWg— Rev. J. Scully. P.P. 

PVhitbonrne — Rev. John S. Kavanagh. 

Grand Falls— Rev. W. Finn, P.R 

St. Brendan's— Rev. J. Mackay. 

Tilton Harbor — Rev. Edward Jones, D.D. 

Fortune Harbor — Rev. J. Nowlan, P.P. 

Little Bay — 

Coachman's Cove — Rev. Patrick Hearn. 
G'owfAe— Rev. G. A. Thibault, P.P. 

Diocese of St. George. 

Bishop— 'Right Rev. M. F. Power, D.D. 
Cathedral, St. George — Rector, Rev. P. Carroll. 
&arsfo7i— Right Rev. A. Sears, P.P., V.G. 
Bay of Islands — Very Rev. Dean O'Rorke, P.P. 



Eccltsiastical — Methodist. 287 

*' Sorosis," The Fashion Standard of the World. 

Stephenville—'Rev. P. F. Adams, P.P. 
Lourdes — Rev. P. Pineault, P.P. 
Bonne Bay — Rev. A. Nolan, P.P. 
Harbor Briton — Rev. J. F. Kirwin, P.P. 
St. Jacques — Rev. G. H. Hawkins, P.P. 
St. Alban't—Uiiv. S. St. Croix, P.P. 
IFood's Island— Rev. P. Callan, P.P. 

METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. Edwin Moore, President. 

Rev. Jabez R.' Saint, S.T.L., Secretary. 

Rev. Mark Fenwiek, D.D., Supt. of Missions in Nfid. Conference. 

1. — St. John's District. 

St. John's, Gower Street — Rev. D. B. Hemnieon, B.A. ; Rev. T. B. Darby, 
B.A., Chaplain and Guardian of the College and Home. 

Rev. Mark Fenwiek, D.D., Supt. of Missions. 

Rev. Samuel H. Soper, B.A., Missionary in China. 

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

St. John's, George Street— Rev. N. M. Guy, M.A.; Rev. T. W. Atkinson, 
Supernu7ne7-ary. 

St. John's, Cochrane Street Centennial Church — Rev. G. J. Bond, B.A., 
LL.])., Rev. Levi Cuctis, M.A., D.D, Supt. of Methodist Education, by 
permission of Conference ; Rev. H. Gordon Hatcher, B.A., left without a 
Circuit at his own request ; Rev. James Wilson, Supernumerary. 

St. John's, Wesley— Rev. Harry Royle ; Rev. Fred. Sellars (with His 
Majesty's Forces) ; Rev. Edgar Taylor, Supernumerary, with permission to 
reside in Canada. 

Pouch Cove — Rev. W. Henry Browning. 

Bell Idand and Portugal Oo^g— SupplyRev. William Swann, Supernu- 
merary. 

Topsail— Supplied by Chairman of District ; Rev. J as. Nurse, Super- 
numerary. 

Brigus—Rev. Charles Abner Whitemarsh, M.A., B.D. ; Rev. Samuel 
Snowden, Supernumerary. 

Cupids— Rev. Walter Vey. 

Clark's Beach— Rev. Richard Gosse, A.A., under the superintendence 
of Rev. C. A. Whitemarsh. 

Bay Roberts — Rev. Sidney Bennett. 

Bay Bulls ^rm— Rev.R.Scott Milley; Rev. John Reay, Supernumerary ^ 
Postal address, Whitbourne. 

Sound Island—Rev. Cator Winsor. 

Red Bay— Supply (Boyce Pardy.) 

Flower's (7ov«— Supply (Wm. Reid.) 

Hamilton InCet and Sandwich Baj/— Supply (Arthur Brett.) 



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students at College. 

Sackville—lTA Curtis, Samuel Baggs, Eli R. Anthony, George Patten ;. 
Joseph G. Joyce and Thomas M. Gillingham (leave of absence.) 

Montreal — Alex. Patterson, W. H. McKirdy, Stephen J. Pike, John 
G. Myers, Ernest Davis, Oliver Jackson, A. F. Marsh, H. C. Suter, Edgar 
Mercer, Thomas J. Pitt. 

Baxter Warr, 0. F. Davis and John W. Baggs, are with His Majesty's 
Forces. 

Toronto — Elijah Coish, Levi Halfyard, Wm. G. Day, Louis G. Hudson, 
Wm. J. Arm?, F. Gordon Weir, John N. Sceviour. 

Nath. Cole and S. J. Hillier are with His Majesty's Forces. 

ChairTnan — Rev. W, Henry Browning. 
Financial Secretary — Hev. C. A. Whitemarsh. 
Sunday School Secretary —'Rev. N. M. Guy. 

2— Carbonear District. 

Carbonear — Rev. F. R. Matthews, B.A. One wanted. Rev. F. G. 
Willey, Supernumerary. 

Harbor Grace — Rev. Albert Angel Holmes. 

Victoria — Rev. George B. Pickering. 

Freshwater — Rev. Ezra Broughton. 

Blackhead — Rev. Jubez R. Saint, S.T L. One wanted. 

Western Bay — Rev. Robert H. Mercer. 

Lower Island Gove — Rev. Charles R. Blount. 

Old Perlican — Rev. Edwin Moore. 

Hani's Harbor— Hev. Robert H. Maddock. 

Heart's Gontent — Rev. Henry Godfrey. 

Green's Harbor — Rev. Robert S. Smith. 

Random Sowi/i— Rev. George Butt. 

Shoal Harbor—Rev. E. Pollett Ward. 

Britannia — Rev. Allan S. Adams. Supply (W. Brown). 

Chairman — Rev. Edwin Moore. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. Albert Angel Holmes. 

Sunday School Secretary — Rev. Ernest Pollitt Ward. 

Albert Johnson is with His Majesty's Forces. G. S. Curtis and Isaac 
Davis, Wesleyan Theological College. 

3 — BoNAViSTA District. 

Bonavista — Rev. Charles Lench. 

EUiston — Rev, Wm. H. Dotchon. 

Catalina — Rev. Wilbert B. Bugden. 

Trinity — Rev. John C. Elliott ; Postal Address : English Harbour. 

Musgrovetown — Rev. Armiuius Young. 

Port Blandford — Rev. H. Martin. 

Glovertown — Rev. Reginald C. White. 

Deer Island — Rev. E. W. Mouland. 

Greenspond — Rev. Elijah C. French. 



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Newtown — Rev. John W. Parsons. 

Gat Harbour — Rev. J. Harold Way. 

Musgrave Harbour — Rev. John W. Winsor. 

GarmanvilU— Rev. U. Laite. 

Seldom- Gome- By — Rev. Herbert Moores. 

Fogo — Rer. Henry Scott. 

Ghairman — Rev. Charles Howse. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. W. H. Dotchon. 

Sunday School Secretary — Rev. Elijah C. French. 

4— TWILLINGATK DISTRICT. 

Twillingate — Rev. A. Vallance Robb. One wanted . 
Gha7ige Islands— Rev. John A. Wilkinson. Albert A. Waterman, with 
His Majesty's Forces. 

Herring A^ec/fc— Supply ( D. Freakf ). 

Moreton's Harbour— Rev. Wm. Harris. 

Summerford — Rev. Stanley Edgecombe. 

Gampbellton—Rev. W. D. Stenlake. 

Lewisporte — Rev. Win. J. Wilson. 

Grand Falls— Rev. W. T. D. Dunn. 

Millertown — Rev. William Eddy. 

Norris' ^rm— Supply (Eugene Vaters). 

Botwood—Rev. John T. Newman. 

Laurenceton—Rer. Watson Boyes. 

Exploits — Rev. Isaac French. 

New Bay — Rev. Warwick Kelloway. 

Little Bay Islands— Rev. Thomas H. Pitcher. 

Long Island— Rev. Cyril Curtis. 

Pilley's Island— Smpply (John A. Spencer). 

Springdale—Rev . Stanley Williams. 

King's Point— Rev. A. C. Francis. 

Nipper's Harbour — Rev. Frank D. Cotton. 

Tilt Cove and La Scie—Rev. H. Gillingham. 

Pacquet—Rev. Roland Moores. 

Englee—Rev. A. T. Noftle. 

St. Anthony— Rev. W. G. Wolfrey. 

Chairman— Rev. W. T. D. Dunn. 

Financial Secretary— Rev . John T. Newman. 

Sunday School Secretary— Rev. W. J. Wilson. 

J. N. Sceviour, Victoria College, Toronto. 

5— Burin District. 

Burin — Rev. Henry G. Coppin. 

Epworth—Rev. Norman Janes. 

Flat Islands— Rev. Francis H. Phillipson. 

Fortune— Rev. James Pincock. ^ ^, , xt ■ , * 

Grand Bank— Rev. Wm. Grimes, B.A. Rev. Charles Hams, leave of 

absence. 

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Garnish — Rev. W. S. Howell. 

Burgeo — Rev. Charles Adey. 

Fetites — Rev. — Murley. 

Channel — Rev. George L. Mercei. 

St. George'a — Rev. Jesse Reynolds, 

B«,y of islands — Rev. Wm. J. Morris. 

Bonne Bay — Rev. G. S. Wilkinson. Agent, John Campbell. 

Ghairnian — Rev. James Pincock. 

Financial Secretary — Rev. Harry G. Coppin. 

Sunday School Secretary — Rev. Wm. Grimes, B.A. 

Benj. Mallalieu and Hubert Wells, are at Wesleyan Theological Col 
lege, Montreal. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN CANADA. 

Presbyters resident in Newfoundland. 

St. John's—Rev. Gordon Dickie ; EWer— Dr. N. S. Fraser. 
Harbor Grace — Rev. J. S. Coffin ; Elder — James Cron. 
Bay of Islands — Vacant ; Elder — C. Fisher. 
Grand i^aZZs— Vacant ; Elder — William Scott, C.E. 
Wabana — Vacant. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

St. Joh7i's—Rev. W. Henry Thomas. 

Pools Cove |j^^^ jj J 'j^ MacDermott. 

Belleoram J 

Little Bay East, Anderson's Cove and Conne — Rev. Geo. F. Sears. 

Twillingate — Temporarily vacant. 

Random Mission — Supply. 

Secretary St. John's Chwch — T. J. Duley. 

Secretary Board of Education, Txcillingate — G. B. Nott. 

Suft. and Inspector Congregational Schools 1 p w R TVi 

Superintendent Congregational Missions ) ■ • ■ o a&. 

Secretary of Sunday Schools, St. John's — P. H. Cowan. 

Secretary of Mission Board — S. E. Garland. 

Teachers. 

Middle Lance Cove, Random — Miss A. Green. 
Pool's Cove, Fortune Bay — Miss Lansdell. 
Anderson's Cove, Fortune Bay — Miss H. Brown. 
Little Bay East, Fortune Bay — Miss B. Green. 
Conne, Fortune Bay — Miss L. Osborne. 

THE SALVATION ARMY. 

Divisional Headquarters. 

Lieut. -Colonel and Mrs. Otway, Chief Officers for Newfoundland. 
Captain J. Stafford. 
Miss Barter. 



Ecclesiastical — Salvation Army, 291 

Records from socts., double size ; large stock. 

Bonne Bay District. 

Rocky Harbor — Captain Pretty, Lieut. Shave. 
Bonne Bay — Captain and Mrs. Carter. 
Trout River — Captain Payne. 
Curling — Captain and Mrs. Hillier. 

BoNAvisTA District. 

Bonavista — Adjutant and Mrs. Earle. 
Elliston — Lieut, Anstey. 
Catalina — Captain Jones. 

Bay Roberts District. 

Clarke's Beach — Ensign and Mrs. Woodland. 
Port de Grave- 



Bay Roberts — Adgt. and Mrs. Stickland, and Capt. A. Winsor. 

Carbonear — Adjutant and Mrs. Hiscock and Capt. Barter. 

Hant's Harbor — Captain Roberts. 

Scilly Cove — Ensign Wells. 

Heart's Delight — Captain Colbourne and Lieut. Wilcox. 

Seal Cove, T. B. — Lieut. Hines. 

DiLDO District. 

Blaketown — Captain and Mrs. Sweetapple. 
Famish Cove — Captain Brown. 
Dildo — Adjutant and Mrs. Oldford. 
Arnold's Cove — 



Bay Bulls Arm — 

Paradise Sound — Captain Wells. 

Harbor Grace — Captain Saint and Lieut. Hunt. 

Chance Cove — 

Newman's Cove — <^';i,}itain Dawe. 

GAM150 District. 

Alexander 5rtt/— Ensign Burry. 

Clarenville — Ensign Peach. 

Musgravetoiv?i~ Ensign and Mrs. Canning and Capt. Smith. 

Charlottetoivn — 

Gambo—AA]i. and Mrs. Ebsary and Cayit. Moore. 
Hare Bay — Captain Kyau and Lieut. Elliott. 
Shoal Bay — Captain Raines. 

Greknspond District. 

Loo Cove — Captain Kean. 

Greenspond — Ensign and Mrs. Oake. 

Gooseberry Island — Captain Pitcher, 

Wesley mile— Ad]t. and Mrs. Woolfrey and Capt. Brett. 

Grand Bank District. 

Seal Gove, F. 5.— Captain Wells. 

Grand j5rt?i/t— Adjutant and Mrs. Harding. 

Jjamaline — Captain Cull. 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD. Specifications 

M — U 

Fortune — Captain French and Ensign Fowler. 
Garnish — Captain Rodway. 
Burin — Ensign Caines and Captain Burden. 
Port Blandford — Captain Cave. 

St. John's District. 

St. John's West — Adjutant and Mrs. Braee. 

St. John's East — Adjutant Sainsbnry and Ensign Rose. 

St. John's Central — Ensign Cole. 

Bell Island — Ensign Marsh. 

Long Pond — Captain Cappel. 

Channell — Adjutant and Mrs. Higden. 

Notre Dame Bay District. 

Doting Cove — Ensign and Mrs. Abbott. 

Herring Neck — Captain Anthony. 

xilack Island — Lieut. Locke. 

Twiltingate — Adjutant Sainsbury. 

Moreton's Harbor — Easign and Mrs. Stickland. 

Cottle's Island- Captain Eason. 

Dog Bay — Captain Butt. 

Farmer's Arm — 

Comfort Cove — Ensign and Mrs. Downey. 

Campbellton — -Adjutant and Mrs. Simmons. 

Cottle's Cove— Lieut. Snow. 

Exploits — Adjutant Hubley. 

New Bay, S. W. Arm — Captain Cornick. 

Botwood — Adjutant and Mrs. Grandy. 

Grand Falls — Adjutant and Mrs. Brown. 

Millertoitm 

Salt Pond — Captain Martin. 

Tilt Cove District. 
Tilt Cove — Adjutant Bowering. 
Jackson's Coye— Captain Small. 
Little Ward's Harbor — Captain Forward. 
Little Bay Island — Captain Hobbs. 
Port Anson — Captain Eason. 
Pilley's Island — Adjutant and Mrs. Tuck. 
Triton — Ensign Butler. 
Harry's Harbor — Captain Porter. 
St. Anthony —(2a,-pX,sAn Pike. 

Note.— These do not include 64 " Outposts " attached to Corps, and 
worked by officers of the Salvation Army. 

Rescue Shelter, Children's Home, and Maternity Hospital. 

No. 28 Cook's Street, St. John's. 
Matron — Adjutant Ogilvie and Captain Button. 

Poor Men's Shelter, St. John's. 
Manager — Adjutant Sheard. Helper — Peter Jontier. 

Men's Training- Garrison, Power Street, St. John's. 
Prhicipals — Adjutant R. Sainsbury and Ensign Rose. 



Nomenclature, Censors, Intelligence and Trade Boards. 293 
and Estimates for Church Organs given. 

MARINE DISASTERS BOARD. 
Committee of Management. 

The Colonial Secretary, ) ^^ ^^^.^ 

The Miniiter of Marine and Fisheries, ( ■" 

Hons. J. Alex. Robinson, George Knowling, R. Watson ; Meesri^ 
■W. J. Ellis, J. S. Muna, J. C. Hepburn, Geo.ge Shea. 

MEMBERS OF THE NOMENCLATURE BOARD. 

, Chairman ; Most Rev. Archbishop Roche, D.D., Aler. 

A. Parsons, Esq., J.P., .S'ecretory ; Rev. Canon Smith, R.D. ; Rev. L. 
43nrti8, D.D. ; Hon. R. Watson. 

BOARD OF CENSORS (under cap. i6, ActoflpW.) 

Dr. N. S. Eraser, Messrs. M. J. Kennedy, M.H.A., and C. E. Hunt. 

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE BRANCH OF THE 
IMPERIAL BOARD OF TRADE. 

H. M. Trade Commissioner for Canada and Newfoundland — C. Hamil- 
ton Wicks. Head Office, Board of Trade Building, Montreal. 

Imperial Trade Correspondent in NJld. — H. VV. LeMessurier, C.M.G. 

KING'S PRINTER. 

John W. Withers, 

" Royal Gazette " Office, Board of Trade Building, Water-st. 

NEWFOUNDLAND BOARD OF TRADE. 

(Incorporated June l'2th, 1909.) 

President — R. B. Job. 

First Vice-President — R. E. Horwood. 

Second I ice-President— R. G. Winter. 

Councillors— B-on. John Harvey, E. A. Bowring, G. R. Williams, 
3. C. Marshall, Jas Parker, Chas. P. Ayre, C. R. Steer, A. Macpherson, 
W. A. Munn, H. A. Templetou, J. A. Paddon, E. W. Taylor. 

Secretary-Treasurer — Ernest A. Payn. 

Clerk— Wm Kathleen Power. 



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ST, JOHN'S MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. 

Office — City Hall, Duckworth Street. 

Office Hours : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Mayor — VV. G. Gosling. 

Councillo)'s—I. C. Morris, Dr. J. S. Tait, H. Brownrigj,', J. J. Mnllaijr 
C. P. Ayre, N. J. Vinnicombe, 

OFFICERS. 

Chairman — W. G. Gosling. 

Sccretary-Treasiircr—John L. Slattery. 

Accountant — J. J. Mahony. 

First Clerk — John Larkin. 

Junior Clerk — Douglas French. 

City Engineer — John Ryan. 

Clerkii, Engineer' s Department — John Holden, Wm. P. Ryan. 

Water Rate Collectors — J. P. Grace, M. P. Hynes. 

Plumbing Inspector and Foreman of Water Works — John Donnelly-- 

Waterer of Vessels — John Flynn. 

Sanitary Supervisor — James Dwyer. 

Boad Inspector (East) — Honry Barnes. 

Boad Inspector (West)— hi. Bambrick. 

Water Waste Inspector — Thomas Baker. 

Sewerage Foreman — Thomas Bird. 

Sanitary Department. 

Supervisor — James Dwyer. 

Inspectors — John Beer, N. Murphy. 

Stable Keeper- Thomas Clancy. 

Impou nder —Arthar Dessert. 

Day of meeting : Friday evening. Pay day : Friday. 

Auditor — The Comptroller and Auditor General. 

Assessment. 

Water rates (town), 6 per cent, on appraised rental for occupier, tbt«ff 
per cent, owner. 

Vacant lands five per cent, on appraised rental. 

Sewerage rates, one-fourth of the above percentage. 

An annual tax of one per cent per gross ton upon every steamship, or 
steamboat, or steamtug, entering the port of St. John's, to be paid by the' 
master or owner of every such steamship, or steamboat, or steamtug, not 
oftener than once in any one year. 

Water rates (shipping), five cents per ton, not to exceed $20, payable 
once a year on all vessels entering the port of St. John's. 

Coal Duty.Seventj cents per ton on bituminous, and one dollar per 
ton on anthracite, collected on all coal imported at the port of St. John's. 



Water Companies — Banks. 295 

and Rock Fire Insurance Co., of London, England. 

HARBOR GRACE WATER COMPANY. 

Directors— W. Ward (Government) ; John Tapp, H. C. Watts, J. G. 
Munn, Benjamin Parsons. 
President — J. G. Munn. 
Treasurer — Bank of Nova Seotia. 
Secretary and Collector — J. L. Oke. 
Superintendent — J. Griffin. 

Stock (interest guaranteed by Government), $76,400. 

KATES PAYABLE HALF YEARLY IK ADVANCE. 

Owners, 4 per cent. ; (^(ccupiers, 4 per cent. Leaseholders aad Occu- 
piers, 7 3-15 per cent. ; Ijandowners, 4-5 per cent. ; Leaseholders, only, 
3 15 per cent. ; and five cents per ton on all vessels entering from foreign 
ports, to discharge or take in cargo — due aud payable each year. Coasting 
and Hshing vessels being exempt. Coal duty, 50 cents per ton. 

CARBONEAR WATER COMPANY. 

Directors — Robert Duff, President ; Robert Simpson, Treasurer ; Jas. 
Moore, John P. Powell. 

Secretary and Collector — James Howell (of Thomas). 

Stock (interest guaranteed by Government) ... $40,000 

Rates, payable half-yearly in advance, 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. 

President — Ignatius Collins ; Nicholas Handrick, Patrick Mansfield, 
Jacob Hanham, Richard Wyse, sr., W. P. Miller. 
Secretary— ¥.. J. O'Reilly, J. P. 

Rate on appraised Rental ... • ... ... 6 per cent. 

Stock (interest guaranteed by Government). ..$16, 000 

Fifty cents per ton duty is charged on domestic coals entered at the 
port of Placentia, the amount collected being paid towards the support of 
the Water Company, as is also a charge of five cents per ton as water rates 
on vessels entering the port, coasting and fishing vessels being exempt. 



NEWFOUNDLAND SAVINGS' BANK-Duckworth Street. 
Hours of Business : 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Governors— m^U Hon. Sir E. P. Morris, P.C, K.C.M.G., LL.D, ; 
Hon. George Skelton, M.D. ; Hon. John R. Bennett, M.H.A. ; M. J. 
Kennedy, M.H.A. ; and the Speaker House of Assembly. 

Directors— B.oa. G. Skelton, Hon. G. R. Goodison, M. H. A., and 
M. J. Kennedy, M.H.A. 



296 Banks. 

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Cashier — Hoa. R. Watson. 
Accountant — W. J. Shears. 
Teller—W. G. Currie. 
Clerk— W. P. Organ. 

Branch Banks. 

Harbor Grace — Agent — John Foley. 
Heart's Content— Agent — George F. Moore. 
Bay Roberts — Agent— D. G. Fraser. 
Placentia — Agent — James Collins. 

Number ofY)epositor8 31st December, 1915, at St. John's, 5,040 ; at 
Harbor Grace, 546; at Heart's Content, 360; at Bay Roberts, 285 ; at Bell 
Island, 30; at Grand Falls, 42: at Placentia, 70. Total Accounts, 6,373. 

Total amount on deposit 31st December, 1915, $2,411,946.16. 

Rate of interest on deposits, 3 per cent. 

BANK OF MONTREAL. 

[Established 1817.] 

Head Office : Montreal. 

. Capital (all paid up) $16,000,000 

Rest 16,000,000 

Undivided Profits 1,321,193 

President — Sir Vincent Meredith, Bart. 

General Manager— ^'ii Frederick Williams-Taylor, LL.D. 

Financial Agents for the Government of the Dominion of Canada. 

Bankers for the Government of Canada. 

St John's Branch, Water Street. 
Manager — J. A. Paddon. 

Bay of Islands Branch, Curling-. 
Manager — F. H. J. Ruel. 

Grand Falls Branch. 
Acting Manager — R. T. Huestis. 

London, England, Branch. 
Manager— G. C. Cassels, 46 & 47 Threadneedle street. 
In the United States. 

New York—R. Y. Hebden, W. A. Bog and J. E. Molineux, Affents, 
64 Wall Street. 

Bankers in Great Britain. 

Londo7i — The Bank of England. 

The Union of London and Smith's Bank, Ltd. 

The London and Westminster Bank, Ltd. 

The National Provincial Bank of London, England. 
Liverpool — The Bank of Liverpool, Ltd. 
Scotland— The British Linea Co. Bank and Branches. 



Banks. 297 

Saxonne Boots and Shoe?, British make. 

Bankers in the United States. 

Netv York — The National City Baak. 
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. 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Capital, $6,500,000; Reserve, $12,000,000. 

HEAD OFFICE : TORONTO, ONT. 

General Manager — A. A. Richardson. 

Over one hundred and eighty Branches in Canada, United States, 
West Indies and Newfoundland. 

Branches m Newfoundland. 

Bay Roberts — S. H. Crockett, Manager. 
Bell Island — G. V. Bishop, Manager. 
Bonavista—M. S. Lovitt, Manager. 
Bonne Bay — D. K. Boyd, Manager. 
Brigus — J. T. Steeves, Manager. 
Burgeo — F. Davis, Manager. 
Burin— M. W. Sainthill, Manager. 
Carboncar — C. B. Simmons, Manager. 
Cataliiia—B.. A. Russell, Manager. 
Channel — A. C. Clarke, Manager. 
Fogo — S. J. Mann, Manager. 
Grand Bank — L. R. Crammond, Manager. 
Harbor Grace—E. A. Dixon, Manager. 
St. John's — G. G. Glennie, Manager. 

" J. A. Young, Assist. Manager. 

East End— J. A. Dunbar, Manager. 
Twillingate—G. F. Gardner, Manager. 
Wesleyville—C. L. Dunlop, Manager. 

CORRESPONDENTS. 

Great Britain— London Joint Stock Bank and Branches. 

New ForA;— Bank of New York, N.B.A. 

Boston — Merchants' National Bank. 

Chicago — First National Bank. 

San i^rancisco— Canadian Bank of Commerce. 

St. Pierre, Miq.—Banqne des Isles, St. Pierre et Miqnelon. 

France — Credit Lyonnais. 

And in all the principal cities of the world. 



298 Banks. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 

THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA. 

[Incorporated 1869 ] 

Authorized Capital $25,000,000 

Rest 13,236,000 

Paid up Capital 12,000,000 

Assets 238,000,000 

HEAD OFFICE: MONTREAL. 

President — Sir H. S. Holt ; General Manager — C. E. Neill. 
Managing Director — E. L. Pease. 

St John's, Nfld. Branch, Goodfellow Building, Water-st. 

Manager — B. L. Mitchell. 

Accountanc — R. L. McLean. 

First Teller— K. G. Bowes. 

Second Teller — P. G. Ledingham. 

Clerks— Y. W. Snow, P. R. O'Reilly, E. B.Rankin, C. McD. Williams, 
L. C. Hayward, T. J. Watts. 

Stenographers —^. E. Gamberg, H. B. Balfour. 

St. John's, Nfld. West End Branch, Water Street West. 

Manager — A. Marshall. 
Pro- Accountant — T. A. McQuaid. 
Teller — J. M. Rawlins. 
Clerk~F. G. Balfour. 

Hearts Content Branch. 
Manager — A. White. , 

Marystown Branch. 
Manager — A. G. Joy. 

Placentia Branch. 
Manager— P . E. King. 

Trinity Branch . 
Manager — P. J. Clarkin. 

CORRESPONDENTS : 

Dominion of Canada — The Royal Bank of Canada. 

Bermuda — Bank of Bermuda (Limited.) 

New York — Agency The Royal Bank of Canada. 

Boston — National Shawmut Bank. 

Great Britain — The Royal Bank of Canada. 

France — Credit Lyonnais. 



Banks — Foreign Consuls. 299' 

Tabular and Pneumatic Pipe Organs. 

CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE. 

Capital $15,000,000 

Kest 13,000,000 ' 

Total Assets 288,000,000 

President— ^ix Edmund Walker, C.V.O., D.C.L. 

General Manager — John Aird. 

Assistant General Manager — H. V. F. Jones. 

Branches throughout Canada and in the following cities : — London, - 
England ; New York, San Francisco, Portland, Ore. ; Seattle, Mexico. 
St. John' s Branch — S. H. Logan, Manager. 

CANADIAN TRADE COMMISSIONER. 
W. B. Nicholson. 
Office : Bank of Montreal Building, St. John's. j 

FOREIGN CONSULS. 

Argentine Republic — Vice- Consul— M. ^jueralt. 

Belgium — Consul-General, Canada and Nfld. — M. Goor, Ottawa. 

Consul for Neu-foundland — E. A. Hayward. 
Brazil — Consul, St. John's — C. Blackburn. 

Vice-Consul, St. John's — J. Fenelon. 
CVBA -Honorary Consul — R. J. Devereaux (provisionally.) 
Denmark — T. K. Cook. 
France — Vice-Consul — Paul Marie Suzor. 

Consular Agent, Sandy Point — Walter LeRoux. 
Italy — Consular Agent for Newfoundland — Charles McK. Harvey. 
Netherlands — Vice-Consul, St. John's — N. Outerbridge. 
Norway — Canada aud Newfoundland, exclusive of British Columbia- - 
Consul — Finn Koren, Montreal. 
Vice.Consul, St. Joh7i's—T. K. Cook. 
Panama — Consul — A. E. Hickman. 
Portugal — Consul, St. John's— A- J. Goodridge. 

Vice-Consul, King's Co««— Daniel A. Kyan. 
" LaPoile — Henry Clement. 

" Fogo — Henry J. Eavle. 

" Burin — Charles F. Bishop. 

" Twillingate and Herring Neck — J. D. Lockyer.- 

•' Grand Bank — George A. Buffett. 

«« Harbor Briton — Charles Way (acting.) 

Consular Agent, Harbor Grace— Graham Munn. 
«• Bonavista — Hon. P. Templeman. 



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Anglo-American Telegraph Co. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Spain — Consul. General for B. N. America — Don Ortes de Tugaeti, 

Consul, St. John's — J. Morey. 
Sweden — Consul-Gen. for B. N. America — David Bergstrom, Montreal. 
U. S. OF America — Co7isul, St. John's — James S. Benedict. 

Vice-Consul, St. John's— U. Bradshaw. 

Consular Agent, Bay of Islands — 0. Gould. 

ANGLO-AMERICAN TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LTD. 

H. A. Saunders, Superintendent, Neicfoundland. 
Company's Opficks in Newfoundland. 



Admiral's Cove 

Aquaforte 

Avondale 

Bay Bulls 

Bay du Nord 

Bay Roberts 

Brigus 

Brigus Junction 

Broad Cove (S. Shore 

Broad Cove (Ry. Sta.) 

Burgeo 

Burnt Island 

Cape Broyle 

Cape Ray 

Cupids 

Cape Race 

Caplin Bay 

Carbonear 



Channel 

Conn River 

Donovan's 

Feruieuse 

Ferryland 

Goulds, Bay Bulls 

Road 
Harbor Grace 
Heart's Content 
Holyiood 
Isle aux Morts 
Kelligiews 
La Poile 
Long Harbor 
Mobile 
Port-aux-Basques 



Placentia 

Placentia Junction 
Push through 
Ramea 
Rantem 
Renewse 
Rose Blanche 
St. John's, East 
St. John's West 

' Central 

Tilton 
Toad's Cove 
Topsail 
Trepassey 
Witless Bay 
Whitbourne 
Woodford's 



Portugal Cove, near 
Cape Race 

City Central Office Hours— Open continuously. 

Tariff between all Offices in Newfoundland : — 20 cents for the first ten 
word", and 2 cents for each additional word ; (address and signature free). 
Tariff for places in United States and Canada : — 

10 words. Ad. w'd 



Alabama 

Alberta 

Arizona Territory ... 
Arkansas 


$1 35 $0 
1 60 
1 60 
1 35 


11 
13 
13 

11 


British Columbia 


1 60 


13 


California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 


1 60 
1 35 
1 10 


13 

11 
9 


Delaware 

District of Columbia- 


1 10 
1 10 


9 
9 


Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho Territory 


1 35 
1 35 

1 60 


11 
11 
13 





10 words. Ad 


w'd 


Illinois, Chicago 




20 


10 


" other ol 


BBces... 1 


35 


n 


Indiana 




20 


10 


Iowa 




35 


11 


Kansas 




35 


11 


Kentucky ... 




20 


10 


Louisiana ... 




35 


11 


Maine 




00 


9 


Manitoba ... 




35 


11 


Maryland ... 




10 


9 


Massachusetts 




10 


9 


Mexico 




35 


18 


Michigan ... 




20 


10 


Minnesota ... 




35 


11 



Anglo-American Telegraph Co. 



301 



Carpet-making and 


Blind-making. 








Missouri 


$1 35 $0 11 


Pennsylvania 


1 


10 


9 


Mississippi 


1 . 


?5 11 


P. E. island 






90 


8 


Montana 


1 . 


35 11 


Quebec 






90 


6 


Nebraska 


1 . 


35 11 


Rhode Island 






10 


9 


Nevada 


1 60 13 


Saskatchewan 




1 


30 


13 


New Brunswick 


85 7 


South Carolina 




1 


20 


la 


New Hampshire 


1 


10 9 


South Dakota 






35 


11 


New Jersey 


1 


10 9 


Tennessee ... 






35 


11 


New Mexico Territory 


1 35 11 


Texas 






35 


11 


New York 


1 


[0 9 


Utah Territory 




1 ( 


30 


13 


North Carolina 


1 20 10 


Vermont ... 






10 


9 


North Dakota 


1 35 11 


Virginia 




1 


20 


10 


Nova Scotia 


85 7 


Washington 




1 


30 


13 


Ohio 


1 S 


20 10 ! West Virginia 




1 


20 


10 


Oklahoma Territory... 


1 35 11 Wisconsin ... 






35 


11 


Ontario 


90 8 Wyoming Territory ... 




35 


11 


Oregon 


1 60 13 Yukon 


4 ( 


30 


35 


Cable Rates to i 


bllowing places : — 












Per word 






Pet- word 


Bermuda 


• •• 


.. $0 46 


South America — 








East Indies — 






Bahia 


, , 


.. $0 85 


Colombo 


• • ■ 


66 


Pernambuco 


•• 


• • 


70 


Edrope— 






British Guiana & W. Indies — 


Denmark 


• • • 


35 


Antigua 






36 


Germany 




. . • 


25 


Barbadoes 






36 


Greece ... 




■ ■ • 


36 


Cuba : Havana 






27 


France 






• • • 


25 


Other offices 






32 


Italy 








31 


Demerara 






36 


Norway 








35 


Jamaica 








36 


Portugal 








39 


Porto Rico 








62 


Spain 






• > • 


38 


St. Thomas ... 








57 


Sweden 








38 


St. Vincent ... 








36 


United E 


:ingc 


om ... 




25 


Trinidad 








36 



Deferred Telegrams. 
Trans- Atlantic Code Addresses may he used. 
Deferred Telegrams to Great Britain and Ireland, nine cents per word. 
Deterred Cable Messages are accepted for all other adhering coun- 
tries and places at one-half the regular rates. 

Cable and Week-end Letters. 
Cable Letters to Great Britain and Ireland for delivery by mail or tele- 
graph as arranged by sender, within twenty-four hours as nearly as prac- 
ticable. Rate for this service by mail to all points in United Kingdom is 
seventy-five cents for thirteen "words, and five cents for each additional 

word. 

Week-end Letters deliverable on Monday morning are accepted at 
one dollar and fifteen cents for twenty-five words, and five cents for eacb 
additional word. 



302 Anglo-American Telegraph Co — Letters Patent. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Leslie 



Cable and Week-end Letters are also accepted for delivery by mail 
.and telegraph beyond London and Liverpool for all transatlantic points. 
Rates on application. 

Gable and Week-end Letters to be written in plain language of coun- 
try of origin or destination, and when to be mailed may be registered for 
the cost of one additional woid extra. 

American axd Canadian Day and Night Letters. 

Night Lettergrams for the United States and Canada, including the 
Far North-West, written in plain English, accepted at Night Letter Ratea, 
fifty words for ten word day rate. 

Day Lettergrams for the United States and Canada written in plain 
English, accepted at Day Letter Rates, fifty woids for one and one- half 
times the ten word Day Rate. 

Money Transfer Department. 
Domestic and Foreign Money Orders by Telegraph and Cable. 
Continuous Service. 

Main Office, Exchange Building, Water Street, open continuously 
-(Sundays included). 

Branch Offices in direct communication (through Company's system) 
with all parts of the world : — Osborne House, opposite General Post Office, 
St. J(;bn's ; Mechanics' Building, Water Street East; open every week 
day from 8 a.m. to 9 p.nj. 

Telephone 378 for Messenger. 

LETTERS PATENT ISSUED IN NFLD., 1903 to 1916, inc. 

Patent Office : Office of the Colonial Secretary, Court House Building. 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 
Issue. 



James Doull 

Oskar H. Anderson .. 
A. S. Elmore 

C A. Hege 

Ludwig RismuUer 
A. Elefsen and E. 

Sommerfeldt. 
Ludwig Rismuller 

Baron Victor Baretto.. 

H. C. Woltreck 

Wm. R. Montgomery., 
Michael I. Pupin 



Manufacture of Peat and Peat Moss and ma- 
chiner}' therefor 

Blanufacture of Artificial Stone 

Process and apparatus for separating Mineral 
substances by selective action of Oil 

Machine for Cutting Railroad Cross Ties 

Oil-proof and Acid-proof Tanks 

Method of regulating Tension on Harpoon Rope 

Machine for Drying, Grinding, and Screening 
Meat and other substances 

Process and apparatus for manufacture of 
Bricks or Building Blocks, &c 

Improvements in process for producing Ammo- 
nia by Sj-nthesis 

Plug Machines for Tobacco 

Art of reducing the attenuation of Electrical 
waves and apparatus therefor 



Jan., 1903 

Jan., 1903 

Feb., 1903 

Feb., 1903 

Feb., 1903 

Feb., 1903 



Mar., 1903 

April, 1903 

April, 1908 
May, 1903 

June, 1903 



Letters Patent. 



303 



Baking Powders-hard to beat. 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 

Issue. 



Michael I. Pupin 

H. C. Woltreck 

Herbert C. Booth ... 

Agazio Falcone 

Jos. B. de Alzugaray .. 
Wm. H. Storey 

John S. Rigb}- 

Joseph Roper 

Samuel Butler 

Pierce J. Brien 

John Edward Cooper.. 

Do. 

John Pell Northey . . 

Charles Simmons 

Eugene Riley Edson .. 

<3-uglielmo Marconi ... 
Walter Lamb 

Elias Roberts 

John Cormack 

John H. Lubbers 

Utley Wedge 

Charles C. Hovey 

Walter Lamb 

James Bergan 

John A. Fleming 

Do. 
William B. Kerr 

John Henry Lubbers... 

John Clouston ' 

Hallack Abbey Penrose 
Thos. Leopold Wilson. 
Edwd. Daniel Schmitt 
Charles A. Petrie 
Jno. Ambrose Fleming 



Apparatus for reducing attenuation of Electri- 
cal waves ...June, 1903 

Process for the production of Ammonia by 

Synthesis Aug., 1903 

Improvements relating to the extraction of 

dust from carpets and other materials Aug., 1903 

Improvements in Electric Telegraph apparatus Aug., 1903 

Manufacture of Iron and Steel and their alloys Aug., 1903 

Improvements in Trawls, Nets, and other fish- 
ing gear ... Sept., 1903 

Improvements in the manufacture of Bricks 

and Artificial Stone Sept., 1903 

Improvements in connection with Compasses 

for taking bearings Sept., 1903 

New and useful means of preventing the skid- 
ding or side slipping of Motor Cars, &c. ... Oct., 1903 

New and useful Button to be applied to the 

movable Jaw of all Wrenches Dec, 1903 

Anti-friction mechanism of the Axle Shafts of 

Railway Carriages and other vehicles Dec, 1903 

Anti-friction mechanism as applied to Railway 

and other vehicles Dec, 1903 

Sound-producing devices suitable for Syrens 

and like instruments Feb., 1904 

Appliances for lifting and turning Anvils for 

rock boring and other purposes Mar., 1904 

Improvements in Rendering or Reducing Ap- 
paratus Mar., 1904 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy April, 1904 

Improvements in the method of preserving Fish May, 1904 

Appliances in connection with Artificial Arms. May, 1904 

Improvements in connection with Air Coolers, 

Refrigerators and Bait Freezers June, 1904 

Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Glass... June, 1904 

Improvements in preparing particles of Iron 

Pyrites for Desulphurization July, 1904 

Apparatus for Canning Food July, 1904 

Improvements in the method of preserving Fish Sept., 1904 
Apparatus for automatically lighting and ex- 
tinguishing Street and other Gas Lamps ... Sept., 1904 
Transmitting instruments for Wireless Teleg'y Oct., 1904 

Telegraphic Signalling Keys Oct., 1904 

Process for separating the Fluid portions from 

Solid portions of Fatty Substances Dec , 1904 

Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Sheet 

Glass Jan-. 1905 

Air Cooler, Refrigator and Bait Freezer Jan., 1905 

Shipping Cases for Bottled Liquids May, 1905 

Automatic Gas Buoys May, 1905 

Bottle Seals May, 1J05 

Devices for Cutting Ships' Cables Aug., 1905 

Instruments for Detecting and Measuring Al- 
ternating Electric Currents Aug., 1905 



304 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Grantee, 



Purposes for which Letters Granted, 



Date of 

ISSDE. 



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 



Marcus Augustus 

Groodwiii. 
James Law Crawford.. 

Lieut. -Col. Otho Glynn 

Bolitho. 
Emil L. Oppermann ... 

Thos. Leopold Wilson... 

Reginald A. Fessenden. 
John W. Hay ward 



Jacob David Wolf 

Guglielmo Marconi 
William Olipbant 
William Oliphant 

Alfred C. Lawrence ... 
Robert White 

Louis Arsene Desy 
Horace Fowler Brown .. 
George Dexter Burton ,. 

Lee de Forest 
Frank Creelman 

Cornelius Lie 
Walter Clouston 

Alex. McMartin Stark .. 

Robt. Allison Chambers 

Berthold G. Reschke ... 

Wm. Blackraore and 
Alfred Howard. 

Robert Burn 



Method for Converting Copper Mattes 

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 
Mattes 

Improvem'ts in and relating to thetransmission 
of Electrical energy through space for the 
purpose of Wireles.s Telegraphy and the like 

Bottle Sealing Devices 

Apparatus for finding Underground Minerals 

by Electric Earth Currents 

Improvement in Aiiparatus lor Catching Fish ... 

Improvements i)i and relating to Electric Secon- 
dary Batteries ... 

Improvements iu combined Gas Whistling and 
Bell Buoys 

Improvenient.s in Signalling 

Art and method of and forattaching, connecting, 
protecting and pre.serving Bait used with, 
upon and in connection with Fish Hooks ... 

Improvements in or relating to the separation of 
Metals from their Ores 

Improvements in or relating to Wireless Teleg'hy 

Im]>rovemeDts in Gas Machines ... 

Imjjrovenient.s iu an apparatus for decanting 
Aerated Liquids into open vessels... 

Improvements in Surface Carburettors 

Imjirovenjents in Gas Burners, and in Signalling 
apparatus in connection therewith ... 

Improvements in Excavating Apparatus 

In)]irovenients in methods of Treating Ores 

Improvements in methods of treating Hides and 
Skins by Electricit}' ... 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy ... 

Improvements in an improved Striking means 
for Bell Buoys... 

Improvements in Net-making Machines 

New and useful Artificial Bait for Cod and other 
fishes 

Imjirovemeuts in communicating Electric Light 
and Power Systems 

Improvements in method and apparatus for pil- 
ing Ore, Coal, and the like '_ 

Improvements in the manufacture of Safety Ex- 
plosives ... 

Improvements in the treatment of Pyritic Ores 
containing gold, silver, and other valuable 
metals ... 

Improvements in method of Fastening the Heads 
of Casks or like vessels 



Aug., 1905 
Aug., 1905 

Aug.. 1905 

Aug., 1905 

Aug., 1905 



Aug., 1905 
Aug., 1905 



Sept., 1905 
Dec, 1905 



Feb., 1906 

Feb., 1906 
Feb., 1906 



Feb., 1906 

Mar , 1906 
April, 1906 
April, 1906 

April, 1906 
April, 1906 

April, 1906 
May, 1906 
June. 1906 

June, 1906 
June, 1906 

June, 1906 
Jane 1906 

June, 1906 

June. 1906 

Aug,, 1906 

Aug., 1906 

Aug., 1905 
Aug., 1906 



Letters Patent. 



305 



the "New Knit" Underwear. 



Grantee. 



William Jamieson 
Alessandro Artom 
Arthur Wesley Lake 

William Jamieson 

John Pell Northey 

Greo. Farqiihar and 
Robt. North. 

Berthold Gustav 

Reschke. 
Ralph Baggaley 

Alfred Schwarz 

Louis Arseiie Desy 
Valde'ijar Poulsen 

Valdemar Poulseu 

Valdemar Poulsen 

Valdemar Pniilsen 

Thos, Jonsen 



Herman Chas. Woltereck 
Francis Edward Elmore. 



Charles Conistock Laue. 
Guy H. Mallam 

Wellington Parker 

Kidder. 
Chas. Wesley Davis 

and Geo. Wm. Davis. 
Johannes August Garms 

Chas. Petrie 
Herman Zerning 

Thos. Leopold Wilson . 
Guglielmo Marcoui 

Auber Crawte Pearson. 



PUKPOSES FOR WHICH LETTERS GHANTED. DATB OF 

Improvements in Machines for shaping and pre- ! 

paring Staves for Casks and the like ... Aug., 1906- 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy Receiving ; 

Apparatus . Aug., 1906- 

Iniprnveujeuts in methoil of packing fresh Cod- 
fish, Codfish Tongues, and other similar 
articles of food in tins Sept., 1906- 

Improvements in Mac'hines for Clamping together 

pieces of Wood or other material 'Oct., 1906 

Improvements in sound producing devices, suit- 
able for Syrens and like instrurr.ci.fs ... Oct., 1906 

Improvements in and relating to Devices for 
Hermetically Scaling Metal Receptacles (or 
Food and the like Dec, 1906- 

Iinprovriiients in the Maiiufai.'ture 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 ... ... ... ... April, 1907 

Improvements in Receivers for tlie Wireless 

Transmission of Signals ... ... ... April, 190r 

Improvements in R^ c^eiving Systems for Wireless 

Transmission of Signals April, 1907 

Improved Methods of Signalling in Wireless 

Telegraphy April, 1907 

Improvements relating to the Production of Al- 
ternating Electric Currents April, 1907 

Improvements in Devices for binding or fasten- 
ing together the Claws or Pincers of Lob- 
sters and like Crustacea ... ... ... April, 1907 

Process for the Production of Ammonia... ... 4pril, 1907 

Improvements in Processes for Separating cer- 
tain constituents of finely divided material 
by causing them to rise or float in a liquid. April, 1907 

[mprovements in Ore Crushing 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 Nets 

for use in Herring or other fisheries ... July, 1907 

Improvements in Hawse Pipes Aug., 1907 

Improvements in the Manufacture of Filaments 

for Incandescent Electric Lamps Sept., 1907 

Improvements in Fog Signalling Apparatus ... Oct., 1907 
Improvements in Transmitters for Wireless Te- 
legraphy Dec, 1907 

Improvements in and in apparatus for the tieat- 
nient of Fish, Fish Offal, and the like, for 
the extraction of Oil and production of Fer- 
tilizers Dec, 1907 



DD 



306 



Letters Futent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 



Grantkb. 



Purposes for which Letters Grafted. 



Date or 
Issue. 



John W. Clouston 



Ettore Bellini and 

Alessandro Tosi 
Wm. Norris Cornell 



Do. 



■Gustat Dillberg and 
Anders Gadd. 

Henry Scbotield 

■Charles Wesley Davis 

and Geo. Wni, Davis. 
F. J. Caiter, Geo. W. 

Wilton and Stephen 

Taylor. 
Edward Scaplin and 

Joliffe Quinton. 
Wm. Speirs Simpson 

and Howard Oviatt. 
John Blum 

Guglielnio Marconi 
John Ja>'ob 4stor 
Alfred A. Lockwood and 

Marcus H. A. Samuel. 
Alfred A. Lockvpood & 

Marcus R. A. Samuel 
3oa6 B. de Alzugaray. 

Thermos Limited 

Charle#T)esmarais ... 
Jonathan Noseworthy. 

John Callahan 
Gordon Brj'an 
John J. Henley 
Malcolm F. Ewan and 

Geo. H. Tomlinson. 
Alexander Muirhead.. 
Nils Testrup 
Ernest S. Hurtley . 



Salo Wohle 

Isidor Kitsee 

Do. 
Fred. W. Yost 

John Blvim 



Art, Machine or Method for the rapid drying of 
Codfish and other fish and tish products, by 
strong currents of air at regulated tempe- 
ratures ... 

System of Directed Wireless Telegraphy 

Improvements in a Process of Utilizing Waste 

Products from the Manufacture of Paper ... 

Improvements in au Apparatus for utilizing 

Waste Products from the Manufacture of 

Paper 

Improvem'ts in means and method for protecting 

from decomposition and putrefaction Vegetable 

Fibres and articles and materials made of same. 

Improvements relating to the Furnaces of Steam 

Boilers 
Improvements in Typewriters 

Improvements in the method or proce.ss of Cur- 
ing and putting up Codfish 

Method for the Manufacture of Squids for 
Human Food purposes ... 

Improvements in the Metallurgy of Iron and 
Steel 

Improvements in and relating to the Manufac- 
ture of Artificial Para Rubber... 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy 

Improvements iu a Vibratory Disintegrator ... 

Improvements relating to the Treatment of Ores 

Improvements relating to the Treatment of 

Ores, or the like 
Improvements in the Art of Extracting Metals 

from their Ores 
Double Walled \Jessels with a space for a 

vacuum between the walls 
Core Extractors for Rook Drills 
Process for the manufacture of Fish and Fish 

products for food purposes 
New and improved School Desk 

Portable Saw Mill ;;; 

Machinery for filling Mattresses 

Process of producing from Ligno-Cellulose 

Fermented Sugar ... ■... 

Electric Telegraphy 

Briquetting of Carbonized Peat and tlae like.. 
Electrical means for manufacturing small" 

mechanical effects 
Improvements in or relating to Petroleum 

or other Hydro-carbon Oils 
Cable Telegraphy 

Telegraphic Relays ... "' 

Process of Treating Materials .'. " 

.. Manufacture of Artificial ParS Rubber 



Mar. 7, '08 

;Mr. 16, '08 
■Aug. 8, '08 

Aug. 8, '08 

Nov. 13, '08 

Jan. 22, '09 
Feb. 2, '09 

Mr. 30, '09 

May 29, '09 

June 7, '09 

June 7, '09 
July 9, '09 
Sept. 4, '09 
Sep. 25, '09 

Sep. 25, '09 

Oct. 21, '09 

Nov. 26, '09 
Dec. 1,'09 

Mr. 11, '10 
May 4, '10 
Je. 20, '10 
Je. 27, '10 

Je. 27, '10 
July 1, '10 
Sep.20,i'10 



Oct. 1, '10 
" 1, '10 
" 8, '10 

" 15, '10 



Letters Patent. 



307 



Brinsmead-England's Premier Piano. 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 

Issue. 



Wm. Speirs Simpson 
and Howard Oviatt. 

pred. Bedford & Chas. 

Edward Williams. 
,Carl Bache-Wug 

John Moyes and Chas. 
Alex. Stevenson. 

Chas. Alex. Stevenson 

german Ardleter 



Owen J. Owen 

Arthur Jas Billows .. 
Edward A. Paterson .. 

John H. MacLean and 
William Paterson 

Marpal, Limited, 
(Assignees of 

Walter H. Palmer) 

McElroy Shepherd 
Co., (Assignees of 
Carl E. Akeley) 

Peder Christian 
Schaanning 

John Pell Northey ... 

Arthur Keginald Angus 

Benj. F. A. Saylor ... 

The Dominion of Ca- 
nada General Trad- 
ing and Investment 
Syndicate, Ltd., 
(Assignees of 

Oswald V. Forbes). 

Herman Blau ... . 



Alvar Muntzing 



Ellas Manuel 

Alexander Roberts and 

Arthur Libert. 
Josef Eduard Pfiel 



Sidney G. Brown 
Nils T estrup 
Nils Testrup 
•Thomas Rigby .. 



Direct production of Iron and Steel from 

the Ore ... 

Catalytic Reduction of Organic Substances. 

Wood Pvilp and process of Making same ... 
Signalling Apparatus ... 

Apparatus for Submarine Signalling 

Manufacture or Treatment of Pulp for mak- 
ing Paper and like materials, and appa- 
ratus therefor 

Process of making Compressed or Artificial 
Slate 

Aeration of Liquids ... 

Roads, and Processes and Compositions for 
making them 

Treatment of Peat ... ... 

Explosives 

Process and apparatus for mixing and ap- 
plying Concrete 

Strainer Drums for removing water from 
Wood Pulp or the like 

Sound Producing Devices for Fog Signalling, 
position locating, and the like 

Railway safe running Devices "F." 

Process for making Paper Pulp 



Buots, Shoes, and the like 



March 2, 1911 
April 11, " 

" 11, " 

" 28, " 

" 28, " 



" 28, " 

May 16, " 

" 16, " 

Juna 1, " 

" 2. " 

" 26, " 



" 26, '• 

" 26, " 

Sept. 5, " 

•' 5, " 



" 12, " 



Illuminating Liquified C!as. and method of 
aTid apparatus fur the Production of an 
Illiirainating Liijuified Gas 

Method of and apj)aratus for continually 
separating Solid matters from a Liquid 
in which they are suspended, and which 
is contained under pres.sure in a closed 
vessel ... 

Method or Process of Tem.pering and Har- 
dening Steel , . 

Log Peeling and Trimming Machines 

Process for Manufacture of Cellulose from 
wood, wood chips, straw, reed, and the 
like materials 

Telegraphy 

Treatment of Oils, Fats, and the like 

Band presses 

1 Production of Briquette Fuel 



Octr. 7, 



Octr. 7, 

" 7, 
•■ 17, 



17, 
17. 
17, 
25, 
25, 



308 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for 




Wm. Alfred Phillips,. 
Adolph S. Landau .. 

Fred. W. Ayer 

Harold Jackson 

Milon James Trumble 

Jas. Priestnall Naylor 
Frank Fisher 

John Anderson ... 



Albert Alfred Carper.. 
Fred. Bedford and 
Chas. EdwardWilliams 



Method of ol)taining Oxides of Nitrogen,. 

Process whereby Hair or Fur may be trans- 
ferred from one Hair Skin or Fur Skin 
to another Skin 

Methods of separating Bark from Wood 

Manufacture or preparation of Pulp for 
Paper-making, and apparatus therefor,. 

Process and apparatus for the Evaporation 
of Liquid ... ... 

Electric Day and Xight Sign 

Systems for transmitting Signals Electri- 
cally through Conductors... 

Feathering Wind Sails or Propellers appli- 
cable for Wind Mills, Air Ships and other 
purposes 

Bottling Machines 

Process for the conversion of unsaturated 
fatty acids, their glycerides and other 



Dec. 6, 191Ii 



r 6, 

" 21, 

" 21, 

" 28, 

Jan. l.j. 



19ir 



Feb. 



31, 



31, 
13. 



James Gitsham .. 

Robt. Macpherson and 
William Edwin Heys. 
Arthur Page 

Gordon Don Harris & 

James Samuel Pollard 

Do. 

Guglielmo Marconi .. 
Theodor Franke 

John Gott 

Oswald Silberrad 
Olaf Soderlund 

Nils Testrup. '^ 

Thomas Rigbv and 

Olaf Soderlund J 

Mathias Weiwoda 

The Mechanical Pro-"^! 

cess Manufacturing | 

Co., (Assignees of j" 

Robt. Mackey Corl)J 

Rudolf Adler 

William Parsons 

Axel Orling 

Jonathan Noseworthy. 



esters into their corresponding saturated 

compounds JMar. 16, 

Process for the recovery of Gold and Silver 

irorA antimonial, arsenical and other 

Gold-bearing Ores ... 
Manufacture of Soaps ... 

Method of and means for preventing Trous- 
ers bagging at the Knees 

Method of and apparatus for Dehydrating 
and Warming Air ... 

Process of and apparatus for Dehydrating 
various food and other products... 

Installations for Wireless Telegraphv 

Machines for Pressing Liquids fiorn mate- 
rials containing the same ... 

Working Submarine Cables ... 

Explosives 

Evaporation, Distillation and similar opera- 
tions ... 

Utilization of Peat 

Carbureters 



Glassware forming Mechanism 



Apri 


16, 

125, 


June 


6, 


£< 


6, 


July 


6, 

8, 


Aug. 
Octr 


29, 

13. 

9, 


" 


9, 


t . 


9, 


Oct. 


23, 



Process of Manufacturing an Elastic rubber- 
like material from animal substances ... 

Improvements in the construction of Feed 
Gear for Rotary Machines for Saw Mills 

Methods of augmenting the recording effect 
of vibrations of small amplitude, and 
apparatus therefor 1 " 26 

Pavement and Roofing Compositions ... " 26* 



Nov. 11, 

" n, 

" 16, 



Thomas Parker Improvements in and relating to Fuel 



'Dec. 14, 



Letters Patent. 



309 



Bell Organs-Canada's Best. 



Gbantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date op 

Issue. 



Fred. Bedford and 
Ernst Erdmann. 

Sidney George Brown 
Leo Bunsel Lincoln .. 
Wolf Laufer 

Orlando Sumner 



/ 



The Standard Alco 
hoi Co. (Assignees 
of George Herbert 
Tomlinson) 
Do. 

The Standard Alco-. 
hoi Co. (Assignees I 
of i'rancis Edward |- 
Gallagher & Harry 
Solomon Mork) ^ 

Thomas Rigby and "\ 
Nils Testrup j 

Geo. Edward Heyl and 
Thomas Thorn Baker 

'Edmund Arthur Buckle 

Frederick Lamplough. 



John Davidson 

•Robert Alex. Sloan 
and John Edward 
Lloyd Barnes 
Alois Helfenstein 
Wm. Speirs Simpson.. 

Wm. Speirs Simpson 1 
and Howard OviattJ 

Rudolf Adler 

Wm. Augustus Hall . . 
Do. 

Charles Hulet Van \ 

Nostrand J 

Callender's Cable & ~j 

Construction Co., I 

Limited, and j 

Charles Warre Kay J 

Cyril Douglas McCourt 

William Augustus Hall 

Thomas Shearer 

Rudolf Adler 

Do 



Improved process for the production of light 
voluminous metallic oxides specially 
suitable for catalytic reactions ... 

Telegraph Relays 

Peat Plants 

Process for the production of Artificial Stone 
from natural rock wastes 

Apparatus for Bleaching, and for preparing 
Bleaching, Deodorising and Disinfect- 
ing Solutions 

Processes of Producing Fermentable Sugars 

Apparatus for treating Ligno-Cellulose 

Processes of producing Fermentable Sugars 



Process and linstallation for the utilization 
of Peat 

Internal Combustion Engines 

Treatment of Peat and the like 

Process and appparatus for the conversion 
of Heavy Hydrocarbons into Lighter 
Hj'drocarbons 

Manufacture of a Fish Food, and apparatus 
for use therein 

Cigarette Making Machinery 

Electric Furnaces 

Treatment of Steel surfaces for hardening 

and otherwise, and apparatus therefor.. 
Furnaces for the direct production of Iron 

and Steel from Iron Ores ... 

Process for the manufacture of a plastic 

mass for formed articles 

Process of Desulphurizing Ore 

Art of Desulphurizing Ores 



Dec. 17, 

Jan. 28, 

" 31, 


1912 
1913 


March 4, 




April 5, 




" 10, 




" 10, 





Tillage Machines 



Supports for Electrical Conductors 

Combustion of Combustible Mixtures 
Fvirnaces for decomposing Pyrites and other 

Metallic Sulphides 

Smoke Consumer and Fuel Economizer 
Manufact'e of an improved Animal Charcoal 
Process for the Manufacture of Soluble Pro- 
tein Compounds from Fish 



10, 



May 13, 



June 10, 

" 20, 


(t 


20, 


t( 


24, 


July 


4, 


fc( 


15, 


Aug. 


9, 


ii 


9, 


Nov. 


12, 
19, 


<t 


19, 



Dec. 3, 



3, 

3, 

16, 
16, 
30, 

30. 



310 



Letters Patent. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date of 

Issue. 



Herbert B. Saunders. 

Thomas Kemplay Irwin 

The Standard Oil Co. 

(Assignees of Wm. 

M. Burton) 

Do. 

Radiant-Heating Ltd.. 

Jesse Critz King 

Sydney D. Blandford.. 

Charles Alex. Ste- "j 

venson and r 

John Moyes J 

Walter Kelsey 
Freeman 



The Standard Oil Co, ^ 

(Assignees of Wm. ]- 

M. Burton) J 

Jesse Critz King 

Do. 

Howard F. Vidito, 
(Assignee of 
Chas. E. Trask) 

Neo-Cellulose Pulp ~j 
Ltd. (Assignees of \ 

Wilhelm Hellwig j 
& Franz Herrmann) I 

Thos. Kemplay Irwin. 

Jesse Critz King 

Lewis Caesar van Riper 
Jesse Critz King 



Method of Floating and Repairing Vessels 
after they have been removed from 
stranded positions ... 

Treatment of Sewage 



Process of producing Asphalt 

Manufacture of Gasoline 

Process for the Combustion of Explosive 

Gas Mixtures 

Manufacture of Phosphoric Acid or Phos 

phates 

Tobacco Pipes and devices for cleaning the 

same 



Signalling Apparatus 



Process of and apparatus for making or ob- 
taining Wood Fibre, particularly Wood 
Pulp, and for extracting the Resinous. 
Oily and other constituents of Ligneous 
Growth or Tissue, such as Wood and 
other Vegetable Substances 

Manufacture of Gasoline 

Method of making Nitrogen Compounds ... 

Phosphoric Acid Product and method of 
manufacturing the same ... 

Timber Wedge 



William Kennedy 
William Wallace 

Wotherspoon 
William Wallace 

Wotherspoon and 
Robert Owen King 
Do. 



} 



Process for rendering Peat, Wood jvaste, 
and other Vegetable substances, suita- 
ble for the manufacture of Paper Pulp.. 

Apparatus for the Aeration and Gasification 
of Liquids 

Method of producing Nitrogen and com- 
pounds thereof 

Cinematograph apparatus 

Method of manufacturing Ammoniated Dou- 
ble Superphosphate and ingredients ... 

Pipe Dampers 

Air Pressure System and method of oper- 
ation 

Vessel Construction 

Method of Floating Sunken or Stranded 
Vesseli 



Jan. 
Feb. 


12, 
17, 


Mar. 


16, 


(C 


16, 


Apri 


'14, 


a 


21, 


" 


21, 


" 


28, 



1914- 



May 



28, 
7, 

18, 

18, 
18, 



Jun* 2, 



9, 

25, 
25, 

22, 
11, 

22, 

22, 

22, 



July 



Aug. 
Sept. 

Oct. 



Letters Patent. 



311 



Groceries and Provisions. 



Grantee. 



Purposes for which Letters Granted. 



Date or 
Issue. 



Louis Francis \ 

de Farelle j 

Thos. Kemplay Irwin, 

Heary Veiran 



Robert E. Humphreys. 
Anton Jensenius, \ 
Andreas Otbesen. / 
Edgar Milton Clark ... 
Jesse Critz King 
Kenwick Cecil Cox ... 
Patrick F. Delaney ... 
William Finn ... 
Thomas Bullitt Dixon. 

Do. 
Ray Edwin Hall 
Edwin James Hunt &1 
Wm. Thos. Gidden / 
Chas. Samuel Franklin 

Robt. Wesley Graves.. 
Milon James Trumble. 

John Spencer Evans... 
Joseph Jerome 1 

McDonough J 
Henry Joseph Round.. 

Do. 



Chas. Samuel Franklin 

Gogu Constantinesco.. 

Milton Clarence ") 
Whitaker & Walter > 
Frank Rittman j 
Alexander Johnson ... 

Minerals Separation"] 
Ltd. (Assignees of 
H. L. Sullivan, H. 
F. K. Picard, and 
John Ballot) J 

Minerals Separation^ 
Ltd. (Assignees of 
Henry Lavers, A. 
H. P. Lowry, and 
H. H. Greenway) 

Minerals Separation"! 
Ltd. (Assignees of |^ 
George Albert ^ j 



Chapmnn) 



Means of connecting the Snood to a set line 
for Fishing purposes 

Hydro Extractors or like Centrifugal Ma- 
chines ... ... 

Process or manufacture whereby Caplin and 
the like small fish rasy be preserved for 
food 

Process of distilling Petroleum 

Method of freezing or refrigerating easily 
damaged food commodities 

Art of Petroleum distillation ... 

Method of manufacturing Nitric Acid 

Submarine Telegraphy ... 

Covers for Motor Boats and other Boats 

Improvements in Telegraph Apparatus 

Improvements in Telegrapliy 

Improvements in Telegraphy ... 

Methods of and means of Translating Sounds 

P'ocesg of the Electrolysis and treatment of 
Sulphate Liquors ... 

Improvements in Aerials for Wireless Sig- 
nalling ... 

Improvements in Cross-cut Saws 

Process and Apparatus for converting Pe 
troleum Oils ... 

Improvements in Fishing Hooks 

Hair cutting device 

Improvements in Receivers for use in Wire- 
less Telegraphy 

Improvements in the production of Contin- 
uous Electrical Oscillations, and in the 
Utilization thereof for Wireless Tele- 
graphy and Telephony 

Improvements in Receivers for use in Wire- 
less Telegraphy and Telephony 

Method and means for transmitting power 
by wave transmission through liquids ... 

Method of producing chemical reactions in 
a Single Phase System 

Improved cover for Pneumatic and other 
Tyres 

Improvements in or relating to Ore concen- 
tration ... •■ •■■ 



ImprorementB in or relating to the concen 
tration of Sulphide Ores 



Improvements in or relating to Ore concen 
tration 



Oct. 

Nov. 



Jan. 
Feb. 



June 
Oct. 
Dec, 

(( 
it 

Feb. 



May 

June 
July 



30, 1914 
24, " 



30, 1915 

IS, " 

18, '• 

18, " 

9, " 

9, " 

4, " 

27, " 

27, " 

27, " 

14, 1916 

14, " 

14, " 

14, " 

6, " 

6, " 



Sept. 



6, " 

6, " 

21, " 

18, " 

22, " 



Oct. 16, 



16, " 
16, " 



312 



Letters Patent — Incorporated Bodies. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Mason and 




Minerals Separation 
Ltd. (Assignees of 
Henry Howard 

Green way) 

Minerals Sejiaration 
Ltd. (Assignees of 
H. H. Greenway, 
Henry A. Snlman & 
Arthur H. Higgins) 

Ern. Sydnej- Heurtley 

ArthurHowardHiggins 

"William C. Blaske ... 
Oeo. Maurice Wright . 

Carl Shou 

Peder Oluf Pedersen... 



Improvements hi or relating to the concen- 
tration of Copper Ores 



Improvements in or relating to the concen- 
tration of Ores ... 



Improvements in Telegraphy ... 

Improvements in or relating to the concen- 
tration of Ores 

Fuel Saving Device 

Improvements in Wireless Telegraph Re- 
ceivers ... 

Improvements in Transmitters for Wireless 
Telegraphy ... ... 

High Frequency Electric Current Generators 



Oct. 16, 1916 



16, 



16, 

16, 
19, 

19, 

31, 
31, 



Note.— Section 1, Chap. 109, of the Consolidated Statutes (2nd Series), provide.^ 
that Letters Patent cau be issued by the Governor in Couni'il for a term not exceeding 
fourteen years, with the proviso that they viay be extended for a further term of seven 
year.s. Patents granted to non-residents which have not been brought into use in 
Newfoundland within two years from the date of the Patent are no longer valid. 

Section 3 ol the same Chapter provide.^ that any person may obtain from the 
Colonial Secretar}' a copy of any sncli Letters Patent, or drawing relating to the same 
also the Petition whereon the said Letters Patent were issued, on payment of the 
usual fees charged for copies of other documents. 

Note. — Letters Patent issued within the last fonrteen years only on above list. 

INCORPORATED BODIES. 

(Under the Act respecting Companies, 62 & 63 Vic, c. 10.) 
Registrar — Geo. J. Adams, J. P. 



a, 

>* 


Name of Company, &c. 


< 


Name op Company, &c. 


1900 


Bowring Brothers, Limited. 


1900 


Royal Stores, Limited. 




City Club Building Co., Limited. 


tl 


St. George's Field Joint Stock Co., 


'4 


Masonic Hall Joint Stock Co., Ltd. 




Limited. 


(i 


Newfoundland Boot and Shoe Manu- 


i: 


St. John's Nail Manufact'g Co., Ltd. 




facturing Co., Limited. 


li 


Shipwright Benefit Society. 


ii 


Newfoundland Brewery Co , Ltd, 


(C 


St. John's Skating Rink Co., Ltd. 


' 


Newfoundland Briti.sh Society. 


(( 


Colonial Cordage Co , Limited. 


^' 


Newfoundland Consolidated Foundry 


(( 


Grand River Pulp and Lumber Co. 




Co., Limited. 




Limited. 


( 


Newfoundland Copper Concentrating 


1901 


Shoal Bay Mine Development Co., 




Co., Limited. 




Liniiteil 


' 


Newfoundland Furniture and Mould- 


.< 


Lindberg Brewing Co., Limited. 




ing Co. Ltd. 


1902 


Horwood Lumber Co., Ltd. 


tc 


Newfoundland Steam Screw Tug Co., 


(( 


Dildo Saw Mill Co , Ltd. 




Limited. 


<( 


Bennett Brewing Co., Ltd. 


11 


Notre Dame Mining Co., Limited. 


(i 


Standard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 



Incorporated Bodies. 



313 



Hamlin Organs; pure in tone, excellent in design. 







Name of Company, &o. 



1902 



1903 



1904 



1905 



1906 



1907 



1908 



Western Copper Co., Ltd. 

Barachoix Mining Co. , Ltd. ! 

Placeutia Lead and Silver Mining- 
Co., Limited. | 

Ayre & Sena, Limited. 

Newf'onudland Timber Estates, Ltd.i 

Lewisport Store Co., Limited. 

Bell Island Steamship Co.. Ltd. '< 

Angel Engineering Supply Co., Ltd. 

Ntld. Clothing Company, Ltd. 

Empire Wood WorkingCo,, Ltd. 

Fortune Bay Whaling Co., Ltd. 

Leonard Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 

Labrador Whaling and Manufactur- 
ing Co., Ltd. 

Avalon S. S, Co., Ltd. 

St. Julien Copper Mining Co., Ltd. 
Hawke's Bay Whaling and Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd. 
Ellis & Co., Ltd. 
Angwin & Co , Ltd. 
Nfld. Talc Co., Ltd. 

Anglo-Nfld. Development Co., Ltd, 

William Duff k Sons, Ltd. 

Terra Nova Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Western Star Printing Co., Ltd. 

Smith Company. Ltd. 

Transatlantic Talc Co., Ltd. 

Nfld. Produce Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Pine & Pulp Co., Ltd. 

F. B. Wood Co., Ltd. 

Northern Mining Co., Ltd. 

Robinson h Co., Ltd. 

Newfoundland Fish Packing Com- 
pany (Lamb's Patent) Ltd. 

Archibald, Bros , Ltd. 

Harbor Grace Boot and Shoe Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd. 

White Bay Trading Company, Ltd. 

The St. George's Lumber Co., Ltd. 

The St. John's Games Association. 

Abbott & Haliburton. 

Heart s Content Athletic Association, 
Limited. 

Conception Bay Mutual Marine In- 
surance Co., Limited. 

Bonavista Bay !\Iutual Marine Insur- 
ance Co., Limited. 

The Notre Dame Mutual Insurance 
Club, Limited. 

The Trinity Mutual Marine Insur- 
ance Co., Limited. 

The Robert H. Reid Co.. Ltd. 

Lawrence Newfoundland Co., Ltd. 

The Nfld. Peat Industries Co., Ltd. 



1908 



1909 



1910 



1911 



The Grand Bank Mutual Marine 

Insurance Co,, Ltd. 
The Gambo Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Rothwell .and Bowring, Ltd. 
West Coast Lumber & Pulp, Co., Ltd 
The Coney Arm Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Bishop, Sons and Co., Ltd. 
Nicholl, Inkpen an<l Chafe, Ltd, 
The Aerial Transportation Co,, Ltd. 
The Qui'li Vidi Copper Co., Ltd. 
The Newfoundland Manufacturers 

Accident Mutual Insurance Asso- 
ciation, Limited. 
James Baird, Limited. 
The Bally Haly Golf and Country 

Club, Limited. 
Job Brothers & Co.. Ltd, 
Job's Stores, Ltd. 
The West Coast Syndicate, Ltd, 
The Avalon Syndicate, Ltd. 
Fish Pood Export Co., Ltd. 
Henry Patton & Co. , Ltd. 
Anglo-American Development Co., 

Limited. 
Western Lumber Co., Ltd. 
Central Forests Co.. Ltd. 
Gander River Lumber and Pulp 

Co., Ltd. 
Sudbury Waterproof Seal and 

Leather Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 
Imperial Tobacco Co. (Nfld.) Ltd. 
Marine Railway Dock Co., Ltd. 
Atlantic Pebble Co., Ltd. 
Catholic Clergy Fund Society of th« 

Province of Newfoundland. 
Euphrates Steamship Co., Ltd. 
Parker & Monroe, Ltd. 
Rossiter & Co., Ltd. 
British-Nfld. Petroleum Co., Ltd. 
British-Nfld. Exploitation Co., Ltd. 
The Chartered Co. of Nfld., Ltd. 
The Nfld. Corporation, Ltd. 
The Hamilton Pulp & Lumber Co., 

Limited. 
The Nfld. Motor Bus Co., Ltd. 
The American-Nfld. Industries, Ltd.. 
The Eureka Lumber Co., Ltd. 
The Globe Steam Laundry Co., Ltd 
Nfld. Paper and Pulp Mills, Ltd. 
Labrador Forest Estates, Ltd. 
Newfoundland Poultry Association. 
Nelson Loan and Investment Co., 

Limited. 
The Grand Banks of Newfoundland 

Ice Co., Ltd. 
The Nfld. Shipping Co., Ltd. 



314 



Incorporated Bodies. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. The 



Name of Company. &c. 






Name of Company, &c. 



3913; 



The Exploits Investment Co., Ltd. 

The British Woollen Co., Ltd. 

The Nfld. Curling Rink Co., Ltd. 

The Labrador Mineral Co., Ltd. 

The Evening Herald, Ltd. 

The White Bear Lumber Co., Ltd. 

Rennie & Co., Ltd. 

J. B. Martin, Ltd. 

The Aquaforte Whaling and Trad- 
ing Co., Ltd. 

The Newfoundland Agencj-, Ltd. 

The Fish Exporter's Defence Asso- 
ciation, Ltd. 

The Penn. Newfoundland Co., Ltd. 

The Licensed Victuallers Associa- 
tion of St. John's, Ltd. 

The Belle Isle Straits Pulp and 
Lumber Co., Ltd. 

The Union Publishing Co., Ltd. 

Reliable Manufacturing Co-, Ltd. 

Fishermen's Union Trad'g Co., Ltd. 

The Empire Steam Laundry, Co., 
Limited. 

Columbus Hall Company, Limited. 

The Coronation Loan and Invest- 
ment Company, Limited. 

Humber River Syndicate, Limited. 

Star Publishing Company, Ltd. 

Franklin's Agencies, Limited. 

The Serpentine Pulp and Lumber 
Company, Limited. 

The Royal Fur Company, Limited. 

R. Moulton, Limited. 

Alleghany Forest Ginseng Co., Ltd. 

The Nfld. Mineral Company. Ltd. 

The Wesleyville Mutual Marine 
Insurance Company, Ltd. 

The National Stores, Greaves and 
Sons, Limited. 

The British Aerated Water Co., 
Limited. 

The Newfoundland Lime Manufac- 
turing Company, Limited. 

The Newfoundland Fresh Food and 
Cold Storage Company, Ltd. 

Dicks and Company, Limited. 

The Grand Falls Skating Rink 
Company, Limited. 

Th« Exploits Valley Royal Stores, 
Limited. 

The Society for the Protection of 
Animals. 

The HoUoway Studio, Limited . 

The Colonial Oil Shale and Chemi- 
cal Company, Limited. 

The Bell Island Transportation 
Co., Limitetd. 



1913 



1914 



Newfoundland Utilities, Ltd. 
Wabana Skating Rink Co., Ltd. 
Sanders. Howell & Co., Ltd. 
The Newfoundland Timber, Pulp 

and Pa])er C!o., Ltd. 
The Western Marine Insurance 

Co., Limited. 
The Nfld. and Labrador Black »nd 

Silver Fox Ranches, Ltd. 
The Exploits River Black Fox'Co.,. 

Limited. 
The Nfld. Fisheries Co., Ltd. 
The British Clothing Co., Ltd. 
The Terra Nova Dock Co., Ltd. 
Avalon Fisheries, Ltd. 
The Spot Cash Cooperative Co., 

Limited. 
St. John's Theatre Co., Ltd. 
Harbour Grace Coal Co., Ltd. 
The Nfld. Silver Black Fox Co., 

Limited. 
The Terra Nova Fisheries. Ltd. 
The Monroe Export Co., Ltd., 
The Nfld. Knitting Mills, Ltd. 
The Martin Hardware Co., Ltd. 
The Moreton's Harbor Mining Co.,. 

Limited, 
The Shawnee Fox Ranching and 

Furring Co., Ltd. 
The Harbor Breton Fish Co., Ltd. 
A. T. Ritchie, Ltd. 
Harvey & Co., Ltd. 
The Nfld. Trading Co., Ltd. 
The Four Lake Fox Co., Ltd. 
The Dailv Mail Publishing Co., Ltd- 
Waterford Hall Co., Ltd. 
The Twilliiigate Telephone and 

Electric Co., Ltd. 
Port aux Port Black Fox Co., Ltd. 

The Direct Agencies, Ltd. 

Bay de Grave Mining Syndicate, 

Limited. 
The Grenfell Association of Nfld. 
The Hebrew Benevolent Society of 

St. John's, Newfoundland. 
International Grenfell Association. 
Marystowii Trading Town Co., Ltd. 
North Arm Fishing Co., Ltd. 
Dominion Trust Company. 
The Eastern Trust Company. 
Bay of Islands Fisheries' Co., Ltd.- 
The Nfld. Biograph Co., Ltd. 
The Canada-Newfoundland Silver 

Black Fox Co., Limited. 
The Atlantic Oil and Chemical 

Co., Limited. 



Incorporated Bodies. — Newspapers. 



315 



Progressive Dry Goods Store. 



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Name of Company, &c. 






Name of Company, &c. 



1914 



1915 



The Laurentic Agricultural Co., 

Limited. 
The Bell Island Co-operative Co., 

Limited. 
The Notre Dame Trading Co., Ltd. 
The C. L. March Co., Ltd. 
AVestern Traders, Limited. 
John P. Maher & Co., Ltd. 
St. John's Cold Storage Co., Ltd. 
Terra Nova Silver Black Fox Co., 

Limited. 
A. Harvey & Co., Ltd. 
Grand Falls Drug Store, Ltd. 
Newfoundland Labrador Export 

Co., Ltd. 
Samuel Harris, Ltd. 
St. John's Daily Star Co., Ltd. 
Harvey Estates, Ltd. 
The Union Export Co., Ltd. 
Nfld. Products Corporation, Ltd. 
Clement & Co., Ltd. 
Riverside Woollen Mills, Ltd. 
The New Erik Steamship Co., Ltd. 
Avalon Coal Company, Ltd. 
The Diana, Ltd. 
Callahan, Glass & Co., Ltd. 
The Silver Sea Scotch Cure Co.. 

Ltd. 
S. J. Blackler. Ltd. 
The Newfoundland Shell Co., Ltd. 
The Globe Trading Co., Ltd. 
Cape Charles Cooperative Co., Ltd, 
The Circuit Investment Co. Ltd. 
Hydro-Electric Smelting Co., Ltd. 
Star Candy Company, Limited. 



1916 



J. B. Orr Company. 

West Coast Steamship and Trading 

Company, Ltd. 
The General Motor and Supply 

Company, Ltd. 
The Maggie Bell Shipping Co., 

Limited. 
The Brehm Manufacturing Co., 

Limited. 
The Newfoundlaad Investors, Ltd. 
Fredsham & Co., Ltd. 
The Imperial Investment Co., Ltd. 
The Commercial Travellers' Asso- 
ciation of Newfoundland. 
The Mildred Shipping Co., Ltd. 
The Steamship Annie Co., Ltd. 
Goodridge & Co., Ltd. 
Nfld. AMiolesale Dry Goods, Ltd. 
Percie Johnson, Ltd. 
Cooperative Investment Co., Ltd. 
The Carter Steamship Co., Ltd. 
Arthur T. Wood, Ltd. 
The Cupica Shipping Co., Ltd. 
The Wellington Steamship Co., 

Limited. 
The Carbonear Products Co., Ltd. 
Union Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. 
The Auzac Steamship Co , Ltd. 
The Lumbergrass Shipbuilding Co.,. 

Limited. 
Nfld. ITnderwriters' Association, 

Limited. 
The Gwyder Shipping Co., Ltd. 
The Ocean Steamship Co., Ltd. 
The Gander Stores, Ltd. 



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Royal Gazette 

Daily News 

Evening Herald ... 
Evening Telegram... 

Free }'ress 

Harbor Grace Standard 

Guardian 

Trade Review 
Twillingate Sun ... 

People 

Western Star 

Jfewfotindl'd Quarterly 

Plaindealer 

Daily Mail and \ 
Fishermen's Advocate J 
Trinity Enterprise 

Workman 

Bell Island Miner, 



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J. S. Currie (Ed ) 

P. T. McGrath (Ed.) 

H. A, Winter, B.A., (Ed.) 

J. S. Ourrie(E<i.) 

James Munn (Ed.) 

Cha.s. E. Russell (Ed.) ... 
P. K. Devinc (Ed. &Mgr.). 

W. B. Temple (Ed.) 

J. W. Withers (Ed.) 

A L Barrett (Mgr.) 

John J. Evans (Ed. ) 

W. J. O'Neill (Pub.) 

J. J. St. John (Ed.) 
F. J. Brady (Pub.) .. 
W. J. Nichols (Pub.) 
W.J. English (Mgr.) 



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Weekly — Friday. 
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NEWFOUNDLAND GOVERNORS. 



1729, 
1737, 
1740, 
1741, 
1744, 
1749, 
1750, 
1753, 
1755, 
1757, 
1760, 
1761, 
1764, 
1769, 
1772, 
1775, 



Captain Osberne. 
" Vanbiirgh. 

Lord Graham. 
" Hon. J. Byug. 

Sir C. Hardy. 
" Lord Rodney. 
" Drake, 

Bon to V, 

Dorrii 

Edwards. 

Webb. 
" Graves. 
" Palliser. 
" Hon. J. Byron. 
Conmiodore Slinldliaui. 
Duft'. 



1776, Admiral Montague. 

1779, " Edwards. 

1782, " Campbell. 

1786, " Elliott. 

1789, " Milbanke. 

1792, ■' King. 

1794, " Sir J. Wallace. 

1797, " Waldegrave. 

1800, " Pole. 

1802, " Gambler. 

1804, " Sir E. Gower. 

1807. " Holloway. 

1810, " Sir J. Duckworth. 

1813, " Sir J. Keats. 

1816, " Pickmore. 

1818, " Sir C. Hamilton. 

1825, Captain Sir T. Cochrane. 

Note. — The Administrators only 
are included in above list. 



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1834, Cajitain Prescott. 

1841, Major-Geiieral Sir J. Harvey. 

1847, Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Le Marchant. 

1852, Ker Baillie Hanulton. 

1855, C. H. Darling. 

1857, Sir Alexander Bannerman, Knight. 

1864. Anthony Musgrave. 

1869, Colonel Sirs. J. Hill, K.C.M.G. 

1876, Sir J. H. Glover, G. CM. G. 

1881, Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., Ad- 
ministrator. 

1881, SirH. F. B. Maxse, K.C M.G. 
i 1882, Sir F. B. T. Carter, K.C.M.G., 
I ministrator. 

: 1884, Sir J. H. Glover, G. C. M. G. 
; 1885, Sir F. B. T. Carter, Adnunistrator. 
\ 1886, Sii G. Wm. Des Vreu.x, K.C.M.G. 

1887, Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator. 

1887, Henry A. Blake, C.M.G. 

1888, Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. Terence N. 
O'Brien, K.C.M.G. 

1895, Sir F. B. T. Carter, Administrator 
1895, Sir Herbert H. Murray, K.C.B. 
1898, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Henry MeCallum. 

K. C. M. G. 
1901, Sir J. 1, Little, Kt., Administrator 
1901, Sir Cavendish Boyle, K.C.M.G. 
1904, Sir W. H, Horwood, Kt., Admr. 
1904, Sir William McGregor, M.D., 

G.C.M.G., C.B. 
1909, Sir W. H. Horwood, Kt. , Admr. 
1909, Sir Ralph C. Wdliams, K.C.M.G. 
1913, Sir Walter E. Davidson, K.C.M.G. 

who have acted when there was no Governor' 



CLOSE TIME FOR FISH AND GAME. 

For Black Game or Capercaillc, until 12th October, 1917, 

For Willow Grouse (Partridge) and other Grouse, or for eggs of the same, 
January 1st to September 20th. 

For Curlew, Plover, Snipe, or other wild or migratory birds (excepting Wild 
Geese and Crows), or the eggs of the same, January 1st to September 20th. 

For Caribou, 1st February to 31st July (both days included) in any year, and 
1st day of October to 20th October (both days im-luded), in any year. Killing piro- 
hibited at all times in the following area, viz. -.—By a line commencing at the mouth 
Hind's Brook on the East shore of Grand Lake to run thence along the shore of said 
Lake, Northeilv, to the mouth nf Coal Brook ; thence in a straight line Westerly to 
a point on the Western shore of the said Lake two miles South of the Railway Bridge 
over Jiuiction Brook ; thence along the East shore of -lun'^iion Brook and the South 
shore of Humber River to a poiot beatiog North 31° 14' West from a point on the 
Railway near Kitty's Brook Falls ; thence in a straight line bearing S-mth 31° 14" East. 
to tlie ssid point on the Railway ; thence South 5J miles and thence in a straight line 
to the mouth ot Hind's Brook aforesaid. Bearings from True Meridian. 

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. 



334 ^lose Time for Game. — Synopsis of Legislation, 1916. 
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war ship stationed on Fishery Protection Service, free of charge. Caribou cannot be 
hunted with dogs, or killed with any weapon other than tire-arms, or while crossing 
a pond, stream or water-course. 

For Rabbits [Guns] January 1st to September 20th 

For Rabbits [Traps and SnaresJ Match 1st to September 20th, 

For Muskrat, May 1st to October 1st. 

For Marten, April 1st to October 1st. 

For Lyu.x, Ajiril 1st to October 1st. 

For Moose or Elk, ind finitely. For Otters, 1st April to 1st October, in any year. 

For Beavers, to 1st October, 1918. 

For Foxes, March 15th to O'lober 15th, in a.iy year. (Use of poisons for killing 
prohibited). 

For Salmon and Trout, or Inland Water Fishes, in any lake, river or stream, 
15th of September to 15th .January next following. Not to be taken by any other 
means except rod, hook and line. 

Note. — The carrying of hre-arnis on Sunday is prohibited (travellers excepted). 

For Herring — Vessels jirosecnting the Bank Fishery are allowed to take eight 
barrels for each tlory carried, tor bait, per voyage. 

Note. — For special rules resiiecting dates, regulating nr jirohibiting use of traps, 
rseines, &c., in certain sea areas of the colony, see Fishery Rules and Regulations to 
be be obtained at the Marine and Fisheries De^)artnient, 

Lobsters — Capo Race to Cape Ray — 24th July to 20th April, in following year 

'• Cape Ray to Cape G^regory — 31st July to 20th April, do. 

Cape Gregory to Flower's Cove — 20th August to ]Oth -May, do. 

" Flower's Cove to Cape John — 10th August to 1st May, " do. 

" Cape John to Cape Race — 1st August to lOth May, do. 

SYNOPSIS OF LEGISLATION, 1916. 

Cap. I. — An Act to Incorporate " The Union Electric Light and Power 
Company, and for other purposes" — This Act incorporates a number of per- 
sous under the title of " The Union Electric Light and Power Co.," for the 
purposes of lighting the streets and buildings of the towns of Trinity, 
Catalina and Bon^vista and the adjacent towns and settlements by elec- 
tricity, for providing power and fur operating street car services in and 
about the said places, and for this purpose gives the said Company the 
right to use the waters of certain lakes and streams situate at the S. W. 
Atm, Catalina, at Champuays and at Trinity. The capital of the Com- 
pany is fixed at §200,000 m shares of $10 each, and tlie franchise is for 
twenty years with a proviso that the Government or local authority may, 
by arbitrateon, buy out the interest of the Company as a goiug concern 
after giving twfilve months notice. The Act embodies the usual provisions 
for election of directors and management of the Company, and provides 
that material required for original installation shall be admitted free of 
duty. 

Cap. 2. — An Act to Incorporate the Salvation Army. — This Act, after 
reciting the historical facts in connection with tha Salvation Army and the 
vesting of its property in the General of the Army, enacts that the Gene- 
ral ot the Salvation Army shall be deemed a corporation sole and that all 
property which is now legally held by the Salvation Army shall be vested 
in the said corporation for the same use and trusts to which the same are 
subject. The Act further gives the General of the Salvation Army full 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1916. 335 



" Open Door" to the largest general stock in the Colony. 

power to acquire and dispose of property in this Colony, and gives power 
to appoint an attorney, and provides that no change in the officer shall not 
affect any interest vested in the General, but such interest shall vest in the 
succeeding General. William Bramweli Booth is recognized as present 
General of the Salvation Arm}'. 

Cap. 3. — An Act respecting the Municipal Affairs of the Town of St. 
Town of St. John's. — This Act provides for a Municipal election in St. 
John's, to be held in the month of June, 1916, uuder the provisions of the 
St. John's Municipal Act, 1902, and that the Mayor and Council thus 
elected shall hold office till 20tli June, 1918. The Act further provides 
that a plebiscite should be taken in the last week of September on the 
question of whether the Ward system should be adopted for the election 
of the Council, and enacts that the Board appointed under the provisions 
of 5 George V.. cap. 10, shall continue in existence for the purpose of ex- 
plaining the objects of the Bill for the amendment of the government of 
St. John's, until such time as the Bill has finally been disposed of by the 
Legislature. 

Cap. 4. — An Act to amend the War Mea.-iu.res Act, 1914- — This Act 
gives larger war powers to the (Governor in Council in matters relating to 
shoitage of tonnage, congestion of freight, limitation of passenger, mail or 
freight accommodation, inctease in marine insurance or freight rates, 
shortage of stocks and increase in the price of tlo'uir, coal, salt and other 
articles of commerce of every nature and kind resulting from the state of 
war existing. 

Cap. 5. — Aji Act to enable the Governor in Gowicil, during the Existence 
of a State of War, to take possession of Articles of Commerce unreasonably 
withheld. — Under this Act the Governor in Council has power to take 
possession of goods unreasonably withheld from market and may fix max- 
imum prices of all articles of commerce and all articles of commerce held 
for higher prices shall be construed to be unreasonably withheld. 

Caf. 6.— An Act respecting the Control of Trading in certain Commo- 
dities. — This Act ratifies the action of the Governor in Council relating to 
the taking possession of supplies of ceal and salt, the regulation of the sale 
and distribution of auch coal and salt and the interference with the fulfil- 
ment of existing contracts. 

Cap. 7. — An Act to Amend and Continue in Force for a further period 
the Act 5 George F., Session 1, Cap. 4, entitled " An Act Respecting a Volun- 
teer Force in this Colony."— This Act continues the original Act for one 
year from the 7th September, 1916, or until the expiration of six months 
from the date of a Proclamation declarinj; the state of war no longer ex- 
ists. The Act is amended by substituting the word " Colonel " for " Lieut. 
Colonel," and by the addition of worHs providing for the issue of a dis- 
tinguishing badge to persons rejected or exempted from enlistment. This 
Act further provides that enlistment shall not be a breach of contract of 
service, 

Cap. 8. — An Act Respecting Trading with the Enemy. — Under this Act 
the Governor in Council may, by Proclamation, prohibit all persons carry- 



336 Spiojjsis of Legislation, 1916. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD. If in doubt, get 

ing on business in Newfoundland from trading with any person or persons 
resident or carrying on business in enemy territory. All enactments of 
the Impeiial Parliament relating to trading with the enemy hitherto enac- 
ted are made applicable to Newfoundland and also any future Acts on a 
date to be fixed by Proclamation of Governor in Council. 

Cap. 9. — An Act to Prohibit the Importation, Manufacture and Sale of 
Intoxicating Liquors into and in Nevfomidland after the 1st day of Jamiary, 
1917." — lu Older to remove doubts as to the the regularity or validity of 
the election held under the Prohibition Plebiscite Act of last session, this 
Act provides that after a month from the passing of this Act the Governor 
in Council shall issue a Proclamation under section 17 of the Prohibition 
Plebiscite Act prohibiting the importation, manufacture and sale of intox- 
icating liquors into or in this Colony after the first day of January, 1917, 
except hv the Controller as provided in the Plebiscite Act, 1916. The 
Act further provides penalties for the nianutacture, and unlicensed sale of 
intoxicating liquors, and for their recovery, and defines intoxicating liquor* 
as ale, wines, malt or brewed spiritiujus liquors containing two percent, 
or upward of alcohnl. No person except the Controller and all clergymen, 
and duly authorised drviggists, and any one person on behalf of each reli- 
gious denomination duly appointed, shall import wines for sacramental pur- 
poses. The Conti oiler may deliver intoxicating liquors to any person on. 
the order of a duly qualified ni^edijal practitioner and shall keep a record 
book of all prescripiions filled by him, and also shall deliver to all clergy- 
men such quantities of wine for Sacramental purposes as may be certified 
by the head of the ilenomination or its authorized agent. 

Cap. 10. — An Act to Amend and Consolidate the Law relating to Wtights 
and Measures and the Inspection of Lumber. — This Act establishes the stan- 
dard weights and measures of the United Kingdom as those of this Colony 
and provides for the api)ointof a Chief Inspector and Inspectors of Weights 
and Measures. The Chief Inspector must obtain from England standard 
sets pas^^ed by the Boanl of Trade by which all weights and measures shall 
be tested, and shall furnish ilupiicates to Inspectors in other locslities, and 
all weights and measures biought for inspection shall be stamped with 
initials of Reigning Soveieign and the initials of Inspector, and any weights 
or mea.sures not capable of adjustment shall be destroyed. An Inspoctor 
may vitit places of business once in three months, or oftener if necessory, 
and anyouc obstructing such Inspector shall forfeit a snm of forty dollars, 
and every person who has in his possession weights or measures short of 
or exceeding the standard shall incur a penalty of not more than $25, and 
coutracts or bargains made by defective measures shall be void. No In- 
spector can be a dealer in weights and measures, aud in case of disputes 
the fees of Inspectors shall be paid by the person against whom the deci- 
sion is given. iNo weights or measures shall be sold without being stamped 
under a penalty of forty dollars. Persons wilfully selling weights and 
measures short ot or in excess of standard shall be liable for first offenoe to 
a penalty of not less than $26, and for second and subsequent offence to 
not less than $50 nor more than $100. Owners of weighing machines 
may demand inspection by paying costs. Use of steel yards except for 
weighing straw, and of wooden beams is unlawful, and guaging rode must 



Synopsis of Legislation, 191&. 337 



in touch with us. Wholesale and Retail. 



be of standard size. All articles sold by weight shall be by avoirdupois 
-weight except gold, silver, platinum and precious stones. In contracts 
for sale by the bushel, the bushel shall be determined by weighing' and the 
weight equivalent to a bushel shall be: — Lime, eighty pounds ; Wheat, 
Pease, Reans, Potatoes and Clover Seed, sixty pounds ; Rye, Indian Corn, 
and Flax Seed, fifty-six pounds; Tnruips, Carrots, Beet and Onions, fifty 
pounds; Barley, Buckwheat and Timothy Seed, forty-eight pounds; 
Hemp Seed, forty-four pounds ; Parsnips and C'astor Beans, forty pounds ; 
Malt, thirty-six pounds; Oats, thirtj-f jur pounds ; Blue Grass Seed,.four- 
teen pounds. 

Cattle feed shall be sold by weight, and each sack shall be one hun- 
dred pounds. A ton of Hay shall be 2,000 lbs. Fresh Meats and Hay 
imported for sale shall be weiglied and cagged witli the weight, but pur- 
chaser may demand a re-weighing in his presence. Salt shall be sold by 
weight or measure. If by weight, a ton m ist weigh 2,240 lbs , and if by 
measure, eighteen gallons to the tub au<l three tubs to a hogshead. Coal 
shall be sold by measure or weight — a ton shall be 2240 lbs., and a tub 
224 lbs. and 112 lbs. the half tub. Loaves of bread for sale shall bo 41bs., 
21bs., lib., and eight ounces, and the vendor shall, if required, weigh the 
bread for a pur> baser. The following shall be net weight of articles of 
provisions, whether imported or manufactured, oftered for sale : —Biscuit, 
the bag, ous hundred and twelve pounds ; Flour and Oa.traeal, the barrel, 
one hundred and ninety-six pounds, the half-barrel, ninety-eight pounds; 
Rolled Oats, the barrel, one hundred and eighty pounds, the half barrel, 
ninety pounds ; Pork, Beef and Jowls, the barrel, two hundred pounds, 
the half barrel, one hundred pounds; Barrels of Pork, Beef and Jowls, 
shall have the net weight of the contents marked thereon. 

Paints, oils and varnishes, shall be sold by Imperial gallon, and when 
fish oil is sold in kerosene oil casks, the contents as guaged shall be sub- 
ject to an addition of one and one-half gallons. Hundred weight of hard- 
ware shall mean one hundred pounds. All packages of more than two 
ounces shall have net weight marked thereon, this provision to come in 
force on 1st January, 1917. A barrel of fresh herring must contain 32 gal- 
lons. Surveyors of lumber appointed by Governor in Council shall survey 
on request all timber, including shingles, imported into or produced in 
the Colony, marking on each piece the quality and quantity. Shingles 
must be 16 inches long and each bundle 20 inches wide and twenty-five 
tiers high. A cord of wood is the quantity piled in a space 128 cubic feet. 
Pit props must be surveyed before sale. The Act provides a scale of fees 
for Inspectors of Weights and Surveyors of Lumber. 

Cap. 11. — An Act to Amend the Law respecting the Naturalisation 
of Aliens.— Thm Act formally applies certain powers of Naturalization 
granted to Secretary of State to Newfoundland. 

Cap. 12.— An Act to Falicitate Marriages between British Subjects 
Resident in Newfoundland and British Subjects Resident in the United 
Kingdom.— Under this Act any party in Newfoundland intending to be 
married in England may dispense with proclamation of banns in Britain 
by giving notice to the Marriage Registrar In the Colony of the intended 
marriage and publishing a notice in the Royal Gazette to the same effect, 
-when the Registrar shall give a certificate that the notice has been pub- 
ished. And a certificate of marriage issued by Superintsudent Registrar 

FF 



338 Synopsis of Legislation, 1916. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Boots, Shoes 

in England, a Registrar in Scotland, and a certificate of proclamation of 
banns issued by proper autliority in Scotland or Ireland shall be accepted 
in lieu of banns. The Registrar General shall be Registrar of Marriages 
under this Act. 

Cap. 13. — An Act to Amend and Consolidate the Law relating to 
Education. — This Act consolidates all previous laws on the subject of 
Education. Il re-enacts the denominational system of education, makes 
appropriations and provides for Boards of Management and superinten- 
dence. The Act is too long to condense, consisting of 83 sections and 
many schedules, but it embraces provisions relating to Colleges, Council 
of Higher Education, Scholarships, Boards of Examiners, Training Insti- 
tutions, Salaries of Teachers, Pensions of Teachers, and all other matters 
connected with public education. The total amount appropriated for 
educational purposes by this Act is $367,023.66. 

Cap. 14. — An Act to Amend 3 George V., Cap. IJi, entitled "An Act 
Respecting the Construction of a Railu-ay through Labrador." — This Act 
eliminates from the time allowed for commencement and completion of 
the Railway the whole period of war and six months thereafter. 

Cap. 15. — An Act for Revising and Consolidating the Public and 
General Statute Laws of the Colony, and for the Publication of the same. 
— The title of this Act sufficiently explains its scope and object, and the 
method of carrying it out is left to the Governor in Council subject to 
final approval by Legislature. 

Cap. 16. — An Act Respecting the Censoring of Moving Pictures. — 
Under this Act the Governor in Council may appoint a Board of three 
Censors who may enter any exhibition of moving pictures, to pass upon 
their fitness for public exhibition, and may summarily prohibit the exhi- 
bition of any pictures which they may consider to be injurious to public 
morals, or against public welfare or offensive to the public. 

Cap, 17. — An Act to Amend Chapter 44 of the Consolidated Statutes 
of Newfoundland (Second Series), entitled "Of the Rebuilding of Car- 
bojiear." — This Act provides for certain alterations in the line of the main 
street of Carbonear as laid down in plan of SSth March, 1916, i)reparsd by 
Minister of Agriculture and countersigned in triplicate by the President 
of the Legislative Council and Speaker of the House of the House of As- 
sembly, and copy of which is deposited in the office of the Minister of 
Agriculture and Mines. 

Cap. 18.— ^Iw Act to Amend the Act 4 George V., Can. 17, entitled 
" An Act Respeeting the Operation of Sato Mills." — This Act exempts a 
licensee of a Sawing Mill from the payment of royalty on timber cut else- 
where than on ungranted Crown lands, but the quantity cut and verifica- 
tion of the private property must be by sworn statement. 

Cap. 19.— An Act to Amend the Law Respecting the Exportation of 
Timber.— This Act permits exportation of Pit props from land not within 
the three mile limit cut before the 31st December, 1917, or before the ex- 
piration of six months after Peace Proclamation, and also of Pit props cut 



Synopsis of Legislation, J 916. 339 



and Rubbers for the whole family. 



witliin the uhree mile limit prior to the 15th April, 1916. ProvisioQ is 
made for appointment of a Board of five whose duty shall be to fix from 
%\me. to time n minimum price not less than |4.50 per cord for the cutter. 
Meu employed cutting on wages shall be paid not less than thirty dollars 
a month with board and lodging. 

Cap. 20. — An Act to Amend the Act 8 Edward VII., Cap. 8, entitled 
" An Act for the encouragement of Shiphuilding." — This Act authorises 
the payment to any approved Shipbuilding Company for fifteen years of 
«o much as will make the net profits of the Company seven p'jr cent. Pro- 
vided the amount of capital upon Iwhieh the said sum shall be jtayable 
shall not exceed $30,000, and the amount paid in any year to one Com- 
pany shall not exceed $2,100. Payment can only be made on certificate 
of Auditor General, who shall have power to examine books, &c., half 
yearly returns of receipts and expenditure of every such Company, shall 
be sent to Minister of Finance and Customs. Plant and machinery for 
Ship-yard and material for shipbuilding to be admitted duty free, and the 
bounties on vessels built increased from $10, $8, and $4 per ton to $20, 
$16, and $8 per ton. 

Cap. 21. — An Act for the Protection of Persons Engaged in Trawl 
Fishing. — This Act forbids the clearance of any vessel for the fishery 
that is not provided with : 3 life buoys on deck, a s^itHcient life belt for 
jBvery person employed, reliable compass for each dory, an apprjved fog 
alarm, a medicine chest. Nor can clearance be granted till master of ves- 
sel pays over fifty cents for each of his crew and the owner twenty cents. 
All such amounts become a Trust Fund, and if a fisherman loses his life 
during the voyage, or having met some accident within 6 months from the 
termination of the voyage, his legal representative shall receive a propor- 
tionate amount from such Trust Fund not exceeding eighty dollars, and 
the interest of the legal representative shall not be liable to attachment. 

Cap. 22. — An Act to Amend Chapter 11.', of the Consolidated Statutes 
(Second Series), entitled " Of Passenger Accommodntion on Board Steam- 
ers and Sailing Vessels."— Thi^ Act extends the provisions of Cap. 115 to 
ships or boats propelled by any mechanical power, not sails. 

Cap. 23.— An Act to Amend the Law relating to the Herring Fishery. 
— This Act authorises the appointment of a Herring Fisheries Board to 




cure and inspection of Herring, sections 1 to 6 of 6 Edward VII., Cap. 20, 
and the whole of 6 Edward VU., Cap. 22, entitled "An Act for the en- 
couragement of the Herring Fishery and the better cure of Herring," and 
the Act of 7 Edward VII., Cap. 20, amending said Act are repealed. 

Cap. 24:.— An Act Respecting_ the Seal Fishery. —Seiitioas 2 to Sin 
this Act provides penalties for being on ice after dark or in dangerous 
weather, for not sending out search party, for not supplying fire rockets, 
for not using steam whistle or rocket signals. Penalties may be recover- 
ed by any sealer in a summary way and the Magistrate may require the 
givin<^ up or cancellation of the offending officer's certificate. Sealing 



340 Synopsis of Legislation, 191G 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., the " Up-to- 

ships carryiug more than 150 sealers mnat have Doctor on board, and alt 
sjealing vessels must have on board in some capacity a jierson holding a 
certificate of master or mate. Steel ships over 850 tons uiust clear fiom 
St. John's or Channel and not till 48 hours after sailing cf wooden sliips. 
No ship shall bring in more than 35,000 seals, and all sealing shiyis shall 
be marked with a load !ine. Not more than two guns are allowed on a 
ship and no seal shall be killed by a gun under penally i iuO for each seal 
po killed. Hood seals are given a close season till 30th April, 1920. Sec- 
tion 17 provides for a Board of Examiners and granting of Certificates to 
Sealing masters, second hand or marter watch, and no stich officer shall 
go to the Seal Fishery without a certificate under a penally of S5,000. 
Sections 18 and 19 provide for com))eu8alioD for injuries and proceedings 
for its recovery, and section 20 allows alternative scliemes if Governor in 
Council satisfied as to the benefits and that a majority of crew are favor- 
able. The body of any sealer who dies while on ship's articles shall be 
conveyed to his home by owner of ship. The crew's share of seals shall 
be sold by second hand and master watches to highest bidder, the agree- 
ment for sale being in writing and final between the parties after ship 
has begun discharging. 

Cap. 25. — An Act to regulate further the prosecution of the Seal Fish- 
ery. — This Act, which came into force before lllh Marcii, 1VH6, directs 
that in any year when the 12th of March falls on a Sunday, dates of sail- 
ing for the Seal fishery shall read ' 11th," " 12th," "13th," instead of 
"12th," "13th," " 14th," as in Act 4 Geo. IV., cap. 19, and empowers 
any Customs' officer to clear for the fishery one day earlier than the date 
specified in said Act. 

Cap. 26. — An Act respecting the Refining of Cod Liver Oil. — This Act 
provides for the licet sing of manufacturers of refined Codliver Oil, and 
direc.s that no such oil shall be exported without being inspected and 
branded, under a penalty not exceeding $500. 

Cap. 27. — An Act to Amend and Consolidate the Laio relating to In- 
flammable Substances. — This is a long Act weich defines inflammable sub- 
stances and makes provision for their safe landing and storage. The de- 
tails of the Bill are too long for insertion here but the purport of it all is 
to prevent any large storage of inflammable oil by private partiet and to 
provide special public storage. 

Cap. 98. — An Act to amend the Act 6 Geo. V., cap. IS, entitled "An 
Act respecting the Administration of Local Affairs." — This Act provides 
somewhat more flexibility in the make-up of Districts in which elections 
for Boards of Local Administration can be formed, and generallypermits 
any Koad Boarp area to become such a District when there are not less 
than eighry voters resident therein. The inethod of procedure is by peti- 
tion to the Governor in Council, and before such petition is forwarded it 
must he certified as to the signatures by the nearest Stipendiary Magis- 
trate or a Justice of the Peace. 

Cap. 29.— An Act respecting Companies payment of whose Capital 
Stock or of Interest thereon is guaranteed by the Government. — Under this 
Act the Governor in Council may investigate aftairs of defaulting Com- 
panies whose interest is guaranteed by the Government and supersede 



Synopsis of Legislation, 1916. 341 



^he Minute Store" for Men's Wear. 



the appoiutment of any director or directors and assume the management 
^f such Companies to the same extent as exercised by directors and the 
power of shareholders to elect directors shall cease. 

Cap. 30. — An Act respecting certain Retiring Allowances. — This Act 
{provides the following retiring allowances : — 

Stephen Janes, Mailman, s.s. ' Ethie' $200 00 

W. H. Preston, Assist. Light Keeper, Long 

Point, Twillingate 232 00 

A. W. Earle, Sub-Collector, Clarenville . . 333 33 

S. S. Wilcox, Lightkeeper, Brigus North . . 288 00 

Esau Gillingham, Penguin Island 388 00 

Andrew Ryan, Warden, Lunatic Asylum .. 400 00 

Francis Fanning, Warden, Lunatic Asylum 300 00 
Mary A. Southeott, Supt. Nurses, General 

Hospital 620 00 

Annie Cashin, Housekeeper, Nurses' Home 375 09 

Mrs. C. Best, Postmistress, Cape Broyle . . 66 66 

J. Hagerty, Sufi'erance Warehouse Keeper. 400 00 

C. Trenchard, Boatman 280 00 

J. Dawe, Boatman 280 00 

James Lynch, Boatman 280 00 

R. Taylor, Tidcwaiter 130 tiO 

J. Brenton, Ferryman 80 00 

Cap. 31. — An Act to authorize the Raising of a Sum of Money bij 
Jjoanfor Naval, Military, Railway, and other Public purposes. — This 
Act gives power to the Governor in Council to raise $5,000,000 at a rate 
not exceeding 5 J per cent, to be applied : — 

$1,000,000 to completion of Branch Railways ; 
3,000,000 to prosecution of War and defence of the Colony ; 
1,000,000 for the discharge of maturing loans and obligations of 
the Colony. 

Cap. 32.— ,hi. Act to amend the Death Duties Act, 1714-15. — This Act 
provides that all pro;ierty of a deceased person in or out of the Colouy 
shall be subject to death duty, but where property outside the Colony is 
subject to duty in the country where it is, such duty shall be deducted 
from the amount chargeable in this Colony. 

Cap. 33.— .4» Act further to amend " The Revenue Act, 1905."— The 
effect of this Act is to make all hoop iron subject taa duty of 5 per cent, 
and admit duty free all material for installation of wireless telegraphy. 

Cap. M.—An Act for Granting to His Majesty Certain Sums of Money 
for defraying certain expenses of the Public Service for the Financial 
Years ending respectively the thirtieth day of June, One Thousajid 
Nine Hundred and Sixteen, and the Thirtieth day of June, One Thou- 
sand Nine Hundred and Seventeen, and for other purposes relating 
to the Public Seruice.—'Yhi^ is the usual Appropriation Act for the Civil 
Service and the Public Works of the Colony for the year ending June 30, 
1917, and supplemental votes for year ending 30th June, 1916. The total 
jippropriations amount to |2,401,33L06. 



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T^eadymades and Rain Coats. 




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346 



Table of Distances. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Toys,. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



Table of Distances. 

CARBONEAK TO 



67* 


Carbonear. 


12 


Heart's Content. 


82* 


15 New Perlican. 


15 


3 New Perlican. 


115J 


48 


33 Trinity, by water. 


24 


121 9 Hant's Harbor. 


133^ 


68 


51 


18 Cataliiia. • 


40 


28 


25 16 Old Perlican. 


1434 


78 


61 


28 1 10 Bonavista. 


46 


34 


31 22 1 6 Grate's CoTe, 



ST 


. JOHN'S TO 








ST. 


JOHN'S TO 


7 Torbay. 








9i Portugal Cove. 


10 


3 Flatrock. 








11 i IJ Beachy Cove. 


18 


11 


8 Pouch Cove. 


rst. 


Francis. 


14 


4i 


3 Broad Cove. 


21 


14 


11 1 3 Biscayau Cove, 


Cape 


17 


n 


6 3 Horse Cove. 










20 


m 


9 6 13 Topsail. 



ST. JOHN'S TO 



19 


Bay Bulls. 


















21| 


2j Witless Bay. 


23| 


4| 


2 Mobile. 


26| 


71 


5 , 3 Toad's Cove. 


30J 


lU 


8* 


6i 


34 La Mancbe. 


38 


19 


16i 


14i 


in 


7S Cape Broyle. 


42 


23 


20i 


m 


15i 


llf 


4 Caplin Bay. 


44i 


25i 


221 


20^ 


17* 


14i 


64: 24 Ferryland. 


48 


29 


26i 


24i 


2U 


17S 


10 


6 


34 Auuaforte. 


61 


32 


29i 


27i 


24i 


20s 


13 


9 


6^ 


3 Fermeuse. 


64i 


35i 


32i 


30i 


274 


24 


m 


in 


9f 


6i 


3J Renews, [ingcou'try 


81i 


62 i 


59^ 


574 


544 


51 


43J 


39^ 


36| 


33i 


30J 1 27 Trepassey, cross- 



JT. J 


OHN' 


S TO 










64J Renews Bridge. 


55i 


14 Quinton's Hous«. 


59S 


54 


4 Broad Cove. 


6U 


7 


54 


14 Mahony's House. 


67S 


134 


12 


8 


64 Chance Cove. 


81ft 


274 


26 


22 


204 


14 Portugal Cove. 


84S 


304 


29 


25 


234 


17 


3 Biscay. 


«8| 


344 


S3 


29 


274 


21 


7 i 4 Trepassey Road 



(By Shore Road), 



Ocean Distances, — Time Table. 



347 



Dolls, Games and Holiday Goods. 



Approximate Ocean Distances from Cape Spear. 



To Boston 
" Bermuda 
" Barbadoes 
" Bahia 
" Bristol 
" Bordeaixx 
" Cape Clear 
" Cadiz 



885 miles. 

1,070 " 

2,098 " 

3,711 " 

1,960 " 

2,173 " 

1,691 " 

2,161 " 



To Demerara 

" Glasgow 
" Gibraltar 
" Halifax 
" Lisbon 
" Liverpool 
" London 
" Sandy Hook 



. 2,450 milea* 

. 1,844 " 

. 2,124 " 

. 488 " 

. 1,973 " 

. 1,921 " 

. 2,060 " 

. 1,213 ' 



Difference of Time between St John's, Nfld., and the following: places : 



h. m. 



Amsterdam 

Bombay 

Barbadoes 

Baltimore 

Boston 

Charlottetown, P. E. Island 

Cadiz . 

Dublin 

Edinburgh 

Genoa 

Gibraltar 

Greenwich 

Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Hamburg 

Lisbon 

Montreal ..." 

Madrid 

Malta 

New Orleans ... 

New York 

Naples 

Portland, Me. 

Philadelphia 

Quebec 

Rome 

St. John's, Newfoundland 

St. John, N. B. 

San Francisco 

St. Jago de Cuba ... 

Toronto 

Washington 



... 3 51 Fast. 


... 8 23 " 


... 27 Slow. 


... 1 35 " 


... 1 13 " 


... 42 " 


...3 9 Fast. 


... 3 6" 


... 3 18 " 


... 4 7" 


... 3 10 " 


... 3 31 " 


... 43 Slow.. 


... 4 11 Fast. 


... 2 54 " 


... 1 23 Slow. 


... 3 17 Fast. 


... 2 33 " 


... 2 29 Slow. 


... 1 24 " 


... 4 28 Fast. 


... 1 10 Slow. 


... 1 30 " 


... 1 13 " 


...4 21 Fast. 


... 00 at 12, noop- 


... 47 Slow. 


... 4 39 " 


... 1 32 " 


... 1 47 " 


... 1 37 « 



.348 



Latihtdes and Longitudes, Newfoundland. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Wear the 



: Latitudes and Longitudes of the principal Harbors, Headlands, &c., on 
the Coast of Newfoundland. 



Places. 


Lat. N. 


Long. W. 


Cape Norman Light 


51 


38 


o / /I 

55 53 40 


Cape Bauld 


51 


38 50 


55 25 


Cape St. John, Gull Island 


49 


59 20 


55 21 


Toulinguet Island, W. Island East Side 


49 


39 30 


54 46 10 


Offer Wadham Light 


49 


35 40 


53 45 


Funk Island 


49 


45 30 


53 10 40 


Fogo Island, Seldom-Come-By Harbor 


49 


36 50 


54 1-2 


Cape Freels, Gull Island 


49 


15 20 


53 25 10 


Greenspond Island 


49 


4 20 


53 33 40 


Cape Bona vista Light 


48 


42 


53 5 10 


Catalina Harbor, Green Island Light 


48 


30 ]5 


53 2 40 


Trinity Harbor, Church 


48 


22 4 


53 21 33 


Heart's Content, Church 


47 


52 35 


63 22 14 


Old Perlican, Church 


48 


4 47 


53 6 


Baccalieu Island, Northern Point Light 


48 


8 51 


52 47 50 


Carbonear Island Light 


47 


44 24 


53 9 22 


Harbor Grace Island Light 


47 


42 45 


53 8 11 


Bay Roberts, Green Point ... 


47 


36 40 


53 10 15 


Brigus, North Head 


47 


32 54 


53 10 35 


Cape St. Francis 


47 


48 30 


52 48 


St. John's Harbor, Fort Amherst Light 


47 


33 54 


62 40 18 


Cape Spear Light 


47 


31 11 


52 36 59 


Ferryland Heail 


47. 


58 


52 51 6 


Cape Race Light 


46 


39 24 


53 4 20 


Virgin Rocks (on Grand Bank) 


46 


26 20 


50 52 30 


Cape Pine 


46 


37 4 


53 31 45 


Cape St. Mary's Light 


46 


49 30 


54 11 34 


Placentia Harb(jr Entrance 


47 


15 


54 3 


Burin, Dodding Head Light 


47 


26 


55 8 40 


St. Pierre Island, Galantry Head Light 


46 


46 3 


56 9 7 


Miquelon Road, Anchorage... 


47 


6 


56 21 


Fortune Bay, Burnt Island Light 


47 


15 32 


55 51 50 


Burgeo Islands, Large Island, S. E. End 


47 


36 30 


57 36 10 


Port-aux-Bascpie-, Channel Church ... 


47 


33 66 


59 7 33 


Cape Ray Light ... 


47 


37 


59 18 


Cotlroy Roads, Beach Point 


47 


52 38 


59 23 47 


Cape St. George, Red Island, near ... 


48 


33 60 


59 13 10 


Bay of Islands, Lark Harbor, Low Point 


49 


2 45 


58 20 45 


Cow Head, N. W. Point 


49 


55 20 


57 50 


Point Rich Light ... 


50 


41 32 


57 24 48 


St. John's Harbor, North Point of Sesostris Bay 


5U 


48 25 


57 13 10 


^Green Island 


51 


24 10 


56 33 45 



High and Low Water. 



349 



"Tween" Hat. If it's a "Tween," it's a Fit. 



High and Low Water. 





High Water, 


Bl8E. 


Place. 


Fi 


ill 








and Change. 


Springs. 


Neaps. 




h. 


m. 


Feet. 


Feet. 


St. Pierre 


8 


33 


6i 


4i 


Miqaelon Road 


8 


33 


3\ 




Great St. Lawrence Harbor 


8 


30 


i 


4 


Burin Harbor 


8 


46 


6i 


4^ 


Little Plaeentia ... 


7 


58 


7 


4| 


8t. Mary's Haibor 


7 


40 


7J^ 


5 


Plaeentia 


8 


30 


7" 


5 


Trepassey Harbor 


7 





6^ 


5 


Cape Race 


7 





6i 


5 


Spanianrs Bay 
Harbor Grace 


l-F 


45 


4| 
4| 


3 


7 


25 


3 


Carbonear 


7 


20 


4j 


3 


Hearts Content 


7 


33 


4 


2i 


Trinity Harbor 


7 


10 


H 


2 


Catalina Harbor ... 


7 





6 


4 


Bonavista 


7 


25 


Z\ 


2r 


King's Cove 


V 


15 


H 


2.: 


Funk Island 


7 


01 


2-3 ? 


" 


Gander Bay 


7 


55 


4 


3 


Fogo Island, Fogo Harbor ... 


7 


20 


4* 


3 


Seldom-Conie-By ... 


7 


13 


4| 


3 


Change Island 


7 


20 


4i 


3 


Fleur-de-Lys Harbor 


7 


15 


2-4"? 


— 


Croc Harbor 


6 


30 


4i 


— 


St. Anthony Harbor 


7 


10 


5 


2| 


Brehat Harbor 


7 





2-3 ? 





St. Lunaiie Bay ... 


7 


6? 


5 


2# 


Gn'giiet Harbor ... 


7 


10 ? 


5 


H 


Kirpon Harbor [North Coast] 


7 


5 


5 


If 


Sacred Bay [North Coast] ... 


7 


23 


^ 


— 


St. John Harbor ... 


10 


40 


■^1 


5i 


St. Barbe Harbor ... 


10 





4 


3 


Old Ferrole Harbor and Brig Bay ... 


9 


46 


5 1 


— 


Cow Head Harbor 


10 


41 


h 
n 


6i 


St. George Harbor, West Coast 


10 


3 


4 


Lark Harbor, West Coast ... 


10 


37 


H 


— 


Codroy Island 


9 


15 


6 


4 


Port-aux Basques ... 


8 


55 


5i 


34 


La Poile Bay 


9 





6 


4 . 


Burgeo Islands 


8 


32 


61 


4 


La Hune Bay [Deadman'a Cove] 


8 


40 


^^ 


i- 


Rencontre Bay (The Cove) 


8 


56 


6i 



350 Tabic of Imports, 1911-1912 to 1915-1916. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for Pianola 



Value of Imports of Newfoundland from each Country, Quinquennial 
penod 1911-12 10 1915-16. 



^ 


• 

Country. 


1911-1912 


1912-1913 


19131914 


19141916 


1915 1916 


i ° 


1 

9, 


Austria 

Argentine Republic... 


$548 


S2,417 


t 50 


$1,517 

15,412 

4,735 

397 

214,202 

4,509,827 

132,011 


1 

$1,109 
252 

350,139 

5,870,456 

201,962 


1 
2 


3 

4 


Belgium 

Brazil 


33,030 


15,156 

177 

308,351 

5,215,577 

140,251 

219 

5,983 

14,206 

2,399 

33,842 

43,801 


26,542 

31 

222,801 

4,861,047 

99,421 

3 

3,953 

16,636 

2,999 

59,345 

35,484 


3 

4 


5 
6 
7 
8 


British West Indies . 

Canada 

Ceylon 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Foreign W. Indies ... 

Germany 

Greece 


227,238 

4,818,761 

114,191 

8 

13,605 

11,481 

1,072 

32,019 

41,088 


5 
6 

7 
8 


9 
10 
11 
VI 


26 

4,645 

1,387 

10,343 

22,505 


3 
5,062 
1,416 


9 
10 
11 
12 


13 


38,231 13 


14 


Hollaud 


59,9.51 


46,581 


47,320 


24,269 


16,949 


14 


15 


India 


5,065 


17,072 


9,066 


12,276 


23,666 


15 


16 


Italy 


647 


744 


839 


5,344 


2,826 


16 


17 


Japan 


282 


337 


757 


407 


482 


17 


18 


Malta 


387 


462 


127 


36 


103 


18 


19 


Norway 


145,232 


15,623 


6,948 


9,842 


16,675 


19 


20 


Portugal 


13,632 


18,664 


19,970 


9,295 


12,186 


20 


21 


Russia 

Spain 


6 

98,2.=^7 






870 
83,215 


77 
17.6,570 


''I 


22 


123,858 


113,541 


22 


23 


St. Pierre 


10,6,59 


10,510 


10,535 


20,101 


19,902 


23 


24 


Sweden 


5,019 


9,484 


10,593 


11,042 


11,595 


24 


25 


Switzerland 


1,721 


1,380 


5,608 


1,385 


2,546 


25 


26 


Turkey 












■^6 


27 


United Kingdom ... 


4,024,771 


4,405,103 


3,826,529 


2,311,945 


2,579,614 


27 


28 


United States 


5,074,371 


5,573,733 


5,796,906 


4,943,7.52 


7,097,779 


28 




14,733,490 


16,012,365 


15,193,726 


12,350,786 


16,427,336 





Table of Exports, 1911 -1912 to 1915-1916. 



351 



Pianos ; the World's Best Piano Player. 



Value of Exports of Newfoundland to each Country, Quinquennial 
Period 1911-1912 to I9i5-'i6. 



6 

35 


Country. 


1911-1912 


1912-1913 


1913 1914 


1914-1915 


1915-1916 




1 
2 


Algeria 

Argentine Republic. 

Australian Com- \ 
nion wealth /■■ 

Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

British W. Indies ... 

Canada 

South Africa 

China 

Colombia 

Costa Rira 

Denmark 

Egypt 

Frauce 

Foreign W. Indies ... 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Holland 

Ital}' 

Madeira 

Malta 

Norway 

Panama 

Portugal 

Spain 

St. Pierre 

Sweden 

United Kingdom ... 

United States 


f 1,720 


$450 


$620 
102,161 

6,476 


$996 


$ 2,458 


1 

9. 


.3 

4 


8,135 


4,145 


5,755 


6,310 


3 
4 


-6 


7,434 

2,659,439 

593,063 

1,802,172 


3,160 

2,589,605 

504.963 

2,260,348 

151 

100 


3,250 

3.240,487 

526,331 

1,971,809 

206 






5 


■6 

7 
8 
9 


2,819,811 

533,468 

1,394,663 

86 


3,189,746 

682,925 

2,021,97:> 

784 


6 

7 
8 
9 


in 


3,000 

108 

497 

7,500 

66 

17,315 

57,729 

331,246 

331,697 

152,103 

1,159,807 

19,711 

20,513 

20 

3,836 

1,280,648 

1,116,257 

4,482 

1,280 

2,892,666 

1,401,865 


10 


11 


4.023 

975 

7,348 


19,809 

739 

1,500 


3,505 


n 


19. 


486 
6,387 


1? 


13 


4,314 


13 
14 


15 
16 

17 


536 

88,674 

305,224 


1,972 

71,232 

293,573 


3,381 
13,922 

264 


28,924 
43,366 


15 
16 
17 


18 




IS 


19 
20 
21 


284,216 

148,671 

1,158,861 

34,713 

16,585 


403,662 
176,991 

1,087,858 

18,028 

16,405 

362 

2,482 

988,930 

1,260,649 

8,868 

3,125 

3,256,446 

1,679,362 


346,799 

45,430 

897,929 

5,755 

9,169 

155 


365,437 

* • • • 

1,169,484 


19 
2 
21 
99 


23 
''I 


15,346 
21 


23 
24 


25 
26 

27 
28 

29 

30 

31 


3,550 

1.251,160 

1,240,394 

10,071 

2,700 

3,427,026 

1 330,667 


95 


1,023,798 

1,269,030 

10,684 


2,279.769 

2,021,496 

3,789 


26 

27 
28 

?9 


3,196,353 
1,537,385 


4,582,379 
2,540,606 


30 
31 




13,874,809 


14,672,889 


15.134,543 


13,136,830 


18,969,493 





352 



Table of Imports. 



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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 






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Detailed Stateraent of Newfoundland Revenue. 355 



Dress Goods and Accessories. 



1 






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AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Carpets,- 



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11,616 Burin 

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9,989; Harbor Briton 



7,793 
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3,949 

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1,643 
1,152 
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3,911 
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Harbor Grace 

Port-de-Grave 

Harbor Main 

St. John's West 

St. John's East 

Ferryland 

Placentia & St. Mary's 

Burin 

Fortune Bay , 

Burgeo & La Poile .., 
St. George 

St. Barbe 

Labrador 

Total 



3,777 
3,075 
9,451 

10,508 
591 
889 
6,9G5 
2,653' 
2,543! 
4,778 
6,614 

- 149' 
1,812| 
2,026 
6,739 
6,298 
3,571 
4,645 
1,541 



2,424 

1,148 

3,201 

1,525 

2,294 

1,288 

2,544 

1,794 

6,626 

10,357 

12,949 

5,639 

12,985 

4,023 

2,204 

154 

7,265 

2,411 

346 



13,147 
3,567 
8,563 
8,390 
7,324 
2,707 
1,910 
2,332 
214 
3,971 
4,064 



1,077 
4,804 

294 
1,276 

722 
2,950 

732 



3,097 

460 

1,660 

1,294 

2 

237 

385 

190 

74 

637 

295 

1 

210 

759 

276 

52 

91 

414 

5 



161 

6 

12 

14 

1 

2 

110 

13 

1 

569 

729 

I 

12 



47! 



32; 



142 
303 



1 

476 
4 



9 
204* 

24| 2 

8' 5 



OS 

(3 

2 
o 

CI' 



52 
1 

7 

26 

1 

11 

4 

13 

96 

181 

3 

3 

3 



8 

35 

1,312 



78,616 81,177 68,044! 10,139 



l,876i 1,0121 1,756 



Population of the City of St. John's, according to Denomination, 

Census igii. 





d 
_o 

a! 

ft, 

c 

CL, 


Church of 
England. 


0.^ 

So 

^6 


4J 

a; , 
5 


Salvation 
Army. 




i 
* . 

DC— 

a, cd 

6b 
§■■= 

Q 


Other 
Denomina- 
tions. 


•St. John's East ... 
■St. John's West ... 


15,078 
17,214 


3,901 
3,475 


7,303 
8,650 


2,753 

3,801 


133 

620 


610 
459 


271 
120 


107 
89 


Total 


32,292 


7,376 


15,953 


6,554 


753 


1,069 


391 


196 



362 Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



23^euif0«ttlilan& (Unstama (Hartff- 

[OFFICIALLY CORRECTED.] 

Under Sanction of the Hon. Minister of Finance and Customs. 

SCHEDULE A. 

1. Aerated Waters of all descriptions, and non-alcoholic drinks, 

not to include natural mineral waters — ad val 40 p.c- 

2. Acids — Muriatic and Nitric, and all mixed or other acids, 

N. E. S. ; Sulphuric, Ether, Chloroform and solutions of 
Peroxides of Hydrogen ; Ceresene, Chloro di Is'itro Ben- 
zole and Nitro Ammonia — ad val 35 p.c. 

3. Ale, Porter and Beer — i)er gall $0 80 

When imported in bottles, six reputed quarts or twelve 
reputed pints shall he held to contain one gallon, and so 
for any larger or smaller bottle or flask that may be im- 
ported. 

4. Anchovies, Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters, and 

all fish prepared, preserved or packed in oil or otherwise, 
N.E.S. ; Fish, smoked or boneless, N O.P. ; and all other 
articles the produce of the fisheries, not specially provided 
for- -ad val 35 p.c^ 

5. Animals — Living, namely : 

Oxen, cows, bulls, horses, mares, foals, and other drafc 

animal', N.E.S. — ad val 20 p. c. 

Calves, pigs and sheep — each $1 00 

Pigs under three months of age, and lambs — each 50 

6. Apples— per brl 50 

7. Apples, dried — per lb 02 

8. Asbestos, and all manufactures thereof —ad val 35 p.c. 

9. Barley, when imported for seed or for brewing purposes — ad 

val , 10 p.c. 

10. Baths, tubs and washstands of earthenware, stone, cement, 

clay or of other material, N.E.S. — ad val 40 p.c.. 

11. Beans— per lb , .^. OOJ 

12. Belting of leather or other material for machinery, including 

lacings or fasteners — ad val 10 p.c. 

13. Bicycles and tricycles, and parts thereof, N.E.S. — ad val. . . 40 p.c. 

14. Billiard tables and bagatelle boards and tables, cues and balls, 

cue racks, cue tips, and billiard chalk— ad val 40 p.c. 

15. Biscuits, namely : 

Those known as Ships' biscuits — per cwt 10 

Soda, Water, Butter and Pilot, and any biscuit of that 

description, not sweetened -per lb 02 

Biscuits and bread, N.E.S. — ad val 40 p.c. 

16. Blocks for ships, and Block sheaves, N.E.S. — ad val 40 p.c^ 

17. Blocks for ships, and Block sheaves of galvanized iron,N.O.P. 

ad val.- 30 p.c^ 



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Hardware, Glassware, Crockeryware. 



18. Brick— stock or commoa, M.— $2.50 ; ad val 30 p.c. 

Brick, Facing and tire — ad val. , 20 p.c, 

19. Brin, known as breadbag brin, when imported by local manu- 

facturers, in which to enclose their manufactures — ad val. 10 p.c. 

20. Brooms and whisks of corn — ad val 50 p.c- 

21. Broom handles — ad val 20 p.c. 

22. Brushes, N.E.S.— ad val 40 p.c. 

23. Butter— per lb OSJ 

24. Butterine, Oleomargarine, or other similar substitutes for 

butter 034 

25. Cabbage (1st May to 31st July, both inclusivei— per lb 00^ 

Cabbage (1st Aug. to 30th April, both inclusive) — per lb 01 

26. Cabinetwares, namely : 

House, Office, Cabinet or Store Furniture of wood, iron or 
other material, in parts or linished ; Bliuds of wood, metal 
or other material, not textile or paper ; window shades or 
Blind rollers ; Window ("oriiices 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, Skifts, open or decked, Pleasure sail- 
boats of any material ; Boats or launches propellad 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 sailing vessels, on the fair market value of 
the hull, rigging, boilers, steam engines and other machi- 
nery, and all appurtenances, N.E.S 5 p.c. 

30. Cans, imported in a manufactured state for putting up her- 

metically sealed gocds, including the packages or cases in 
which they are imported— ad val 40 p.c. 

31. Canvas of hemp, cotton or flax, known as sail or tarpaulin ^ 

canvas, of the weight of (i-oz. cotton duck and upwards, not 

including cotton drill— ad val 5 p.c. 

When under the weight of 6-oz. cotton duck — ad val 35 p.c. 

32. Carriages, namely : 

Carriages, Express and other waggons. Buggies, Carts and 
Sleighs, N.E.S., when costing at the port of shipment not 

more than |5U each — $10 each, and \ al 40 p.c. 

When costing over $50 each, but not exceeding $1C0— $23 

each, and ad val 40 p.c. 

Costing over $100 each— $30 each, and ad val 40 p.c. 

Corriage, Waggon, Buggy, Hearse, or Express bodies; Pur- 
chases, Gears, Hoods, Poles or Seats, made up or part made 
up ; Mailable seat irons, or 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, Trol- 
leys or Samsons — ad val 75 p.c^ 



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Wheels, readymade or part made, that is with spokes in 

hub— ad val 35 p.c. 

Rubber tires for carriages, and Moss for stutfing parts of 
carriages, whea imported by manufacturers of carriages — 

ad val , 2U p.c. 

Wheel spokes for vehicles and carriages, over IJ inches ; 
Eims for wheels, all sizes; Carriage shafts, not trimmed; 
Hubs for carriage wheels, or blocks to make such hubs; 
up to eight inches in diameter— ad val 30 p.c. 

Wheel spokes for vehicles and carriages, over If inches ; 
Carriage shafts, trimmed or i)artly trimmed ; Hubsforvehi- 
<;lus, or blocks to make sucli hubs, over 8 inches in diameter 

— ad val, 50 p.c, 

Whitewood, Basswood, Ash and Hickory, not planed or 
dressed, when imported by Klockmakers, Wheelwrights, 
and Carriage builders, to be manufactured by them — per 
thousand feet $2 00 

Bows for hoods, Springs, Axles, Shafts, and other Clips, 
Bolts, Circles, Stamp-joints and Ott' sets. Swing hoods. 
Swing rings and plates, Spring shackles, Felloe plates 
Axle boxes, Spring Steel ; Carriage trimmings, such as 
tufcs, tacks, whip-sockets, lace, shaft-tips, swing ends, 
silver headings, and carriage lamps — ad val 30 p.c. 

33. Casks, namely: 

Empty (second hand), 45 gallons and under — each 50 

Empty (second hand), over 45 gallons — each 1 50 

In which dry goods are imported, which are capable of con- 
taining or being made to contain liquids— each 1 50 

Herring barrels — each 25 

All other empty casks, N.E.S. — ad val 60 p.c. 

34. Cask staves (second hand), to make casks of 45 gallons and up 

—per 120 6 00 

To make casks under 45 gallons — per 120 I 50 

35. C'ast Iron Pipes — ad val 35 p.c. 

36. Cement, naraelj : 

Portland, Roman and Hydraulic, Water, Lime and Iron 
Oxide, in bags, barrels or casks — ad val 25 p.c. 

37. Cheese — per lb 03J 

38. Chemicals, when imported ,by manufacturers of matches for 

manufacturing matches, and Patent Fuels, when not com- 
posed partly of coal — ad val 20 p.c. 

39. Chewing gum of all kinds— ad val 40 p.c. 

40. Chicory, raw or green — per lb 02 

Kiln dried, roasted or ground — per lb 03 

41. China and Porcelain ware, also Earthenware and Stoneware, 

crown or colored, and Rockingham ware, White granite or 
Ironstone ware, C. C. or Cream colored ware, decorated, 
printed or sponged, and all earthenware, N.E.S. — ad val. . . 40 p.c. 
-42. Cider and Perry — per gallon 20 



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Stationery, Books, Fancy Goods, Pictures. 



43. Clocks, Watches, Watcb glasses, Clock and Watch keys, 

Clock and Watch movements and parts — ad val 35 p,c. 

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 place in this 

Colony — per ton 50 

45. Codlish, Haddock, Hake and Ling, N.O.P. — per qtl 1 50 

46. Coffee, Green— per lb 05 

Coffee, roasted or ground — per lb 07 

Preparations or mixtures to resemble cottee--per lb 07 

Extract 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 30 p.c. 

49. Confectionery of all kinds, N.E.S., including Sugar Candy, 

Almond paste (when imported by confectioners). Sweeten- 
ed gums (except gums known as (Shewing gnms), and Pop 

Corn— per 100 lbs 6 50 

Confectionery, when imported in fancy packages, including 

the value of the package — ad val 40 p.c. 

50. Cordage of all kinds, N.E.S.— per lb 01| 

Clothes lines. Window cords, and such like, when plaited -ad 

val 40 p.c. 

51. Cork, Corkwood, Stoppers for bottles, and Canvas and Glass 

buoys for fishing nets — ad val 10 p.c. 

62. Cotton fabrics of every description, and manufactures and 

productions of cotton, N.E.S. — ad val 35 p.c. 

53. Dry Good.s, namely : 

Blankets, Quilts, Counterpanes and other Bed Covers, NES.; 
Carpeting, Kugs, Mats and Matting of cocoa, straw, hemp 
or jute. Turkish or imitation Turkish carpets or carpeting, 
and Bugs and Mats of all kinds, and Floor, Shelf, Stair, 
Enamelled and Table Oil Cloth, Linoleum and Cork mat- 
ting or Cork carpets ; Damasks of Linen, Stair linen, Dia- 
per, Sheets and Sheeting, Quilts, Towels and Towelling, 
and like articles of linen, or of linen and cotton combined, 
mude up or not, N.E.S. ; Art muslins and Cretonnes; Fa- 
brics or clothing which have been exported to be dyed, 
cleaned, altered or made up, when re-imported ; Gloves and 
Mitts of all kinds, N.E.S. ; Shawls of all kinds; Railway or 
Travelling Rugs, and Lap Dusters of all kinds ; Umbrellas 
and Parasols of every description ; Braces or Suspenders ; 
Woven or Knitted Shirts and Drawers ; Cardigan Jackets 
and Guernseys ; Socks and Stockings of all kinds, N.E.S. ; 
Manufactures of hemp, Hax or jute, N.E.S. ; or flax hemp 
and jute combined, N.E.S. ; and bags or sacks made of 
jute, hemp, linen or cloth, including seamless bags — ad val. 35 p.c^ 



o. 



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54. Diving apparatus — ad val 10 p.c. 

55. Dories and Dory oars — ad val "20 p.c. 

56. Drain |)ipes, Sewer pipes, Chimney linings or vents, Chim- 

ney tops and iaverted blocks, Glazed or unglazed earthen- 
ware Tiles, Stove liaings, and Manufactures of clay or ce- 
ment, and Crjcks, Jars, and Demijohns of stoneware or 
earthenware- -ad val 80 p.c. 

57. Eggs- -per dozen 05 

59. Explosives, namely : 

Gannon, Musket, Kide, Guu and Sporting Powder, Canister 
powder. Giant powder, Nitro and other explosives, N.O.P. 
ad val 35 p.c. 

59. Fancy Wares, namely : 

Fancy Writing Desks, Fancy Cases for Jewellerj, Silverware, 
Watches, Flateware and Cutlery; Glove, Handkerchief 
and Collar boxes and cases; Brush or Toilet cases, and all 
Fancy cases for similar fancy articlee of any material ; 
Fans, Dolls and Toys of all kinds, including Children's 
Sleds and Carriages ; Ornaments of alabastar, spar, amber, 
terra cotia or composition; Statuettes, Bead ornaments 
and Papermacheware ; Hammocks, Lawn Tennis nets. 
Sportsmen's Fish nets, and other articles manufactured of 
twine, N.E.S. ; Magic Lanterns and Slides therefor; Philo- 
sophical, Photographic, Mathematical and Optical instru-' 
meuts, N.E.S. ; Cyclometers, Pedometers, Tapelines of 
any ma;eri;il, and Photographic Dry Plates — ad val. . . 40 p.c, 

60. Feathers — per lb 07 

61. Findings for Boots and Shoes, namely : 

Counters, Pegs and Pegwood, Boxtoe Tips, Steel and Wooden 
Shanks, Lasts, Patterns, Heel-plates and Crimp irons, 
Eyelets and Boat-hooks — ad val. 25 p.c, 

62. Fireworks of all kinds, including Torpedoes and Firecrackers 

— ad val 40 p.c. 

63. Flagstones, and all other building stones undressed, N.E.S., 

and Flagstones, Freestone, Sandstone, and all Building 
stone not" hammered or dressed, N.E.S. ; and Marble, and 
Granite, rough and not hammered or dressed — ad val. . . 30 p.c. 

64. Flannels, Serges, N.E.S. ; Swanskins and Kerseys — ad val. . . 35 p.c. 

65. Flour, Wheaten, including dnty on package — per brl 25 

66. Forgi'igs of iron and steel, of whatever shape or size, or in 

whatever stage of manufacture, when weighing under five 

cwt. and over sixty lbs., N.E.S. — ad val 30 p.c. 

When weighing five cwL and over — ad val. 10 p.c. 

67. Freestone, Marble and Granite, N.E.S., and all manufactures 

of marble, freestone or granite— ad val 50 p,c. 

68. Fruits, namely : 

Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Black- 
berries, Gooseberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Plums, 



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Sporting and Camping Goods. 



Cherries, Quinces, Damsons, Bananas, Plantains, Pine- 
apples, Pomegranates, Guava, Mang -es. Shaddocks and 
other green fruit ; and Fruit Pulp whea imported by 
bakers to be used in the manufacture of fancy biscuits — 
ad val 15 p.c. 

Dried Raisins, t^urrants. Prunes, Apricots, Dates, Necta- 
rines, Candied Peel, Citron, Figs, and other dried, candied 
or dessicated Fruit — per lb 03 

Fruit in air-tight tins or other packages, iacluding Preserved 

Ginger— ad val 35 p.c. 

Fruits preserved in brandy and other spirits- ad val. 40 p.c. 

■69. Fur Gloves, Mitts, Coats, Jackets, Capes, Hats, Caps, Muffs, 

Stoles, Robes, and all other manufactures of fur — ad val.,. 45 [>.c. 

70. Glassware, namely : 

Common Colorless Window Glass — ad val 30 p.c. 

All other kinds of Glass and Glassware, N.E.S., including 
Silvered Glass, framed or not framed, S|)ectacles and Eye- 
glasses, and frames and metal parts thereof — ad val 40 p.c. 

Empty Bottles, whea imported by maaufacturers to be used 

in putting up goods manufactured by them — ad val 30 p.c. 

71. Gold, Silver, and Aluminum Leaf, Dutch, or Schlag Metal 

Leaf, Brocade, and Bronze Powders and Gold Liquid Paint, 

— ad val 35 p.c. 

72. Grindstones, Scythe, and other sharpening stones — ad val. . . 30 p.c. 

73. Groceries, namely : 

Buckwheat, Buckwheat Meal and Flour of similar cereal, 
N.E.S.— per lb 01 

Cocoa, Shells and'Nibs, Chocolate and other preparations of 

cocoa — ad val. ,^30 per cent.; per lb. . . . , 02 

Jelly Powders, Jelly Tablets, Calves' Feet Jelly, and such 
like preparations, N.E.S. ; Glucose; 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 ; 
Mapie Sugar, Maple Syrup, Syrups and Molasses of all 
kinds, N.E.S., the product of Sugar Cane or Beet, N.E.S., 
and ail imitations thereof : Canned Poultry and Game, 
Extracts of Meat, Fluid Beef (not medicated), Bovril, 
Bovril Wiae, Cornflour, and similar preparations of cereals, 
N.E.S., when put up in packages of less weigh? than 
28 lbs. ; Olive Oil or Salad Oil in bottles ; Rice and Sago 
Flour, Sago and Tapioca ; Spices of all kinds, Ginger, Nut- 
megs, mace. Caraway Seed ; Laundry Blueing of all kinds ; 
Starch, and all preparaticns having the quality of starch, 
N. E. S. ; Ground Mustard and Bi-carbonate of Soda ; 
Pickles, Sauces, and Catsups, including Soy; Vegetables 
in air-tight cans or similar packages ; Yeast Cakes, Com- 
pressed Yeast and Baking Powders, and all Groceries, 
JS.E.S — rad val 35 p.c. 



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Milk, preserved or condensed, or sterilized by heating or 
other process, including weight of immediate coverings — 
per lb 02 

74. Hair Cloih of all kinds ; Hair, Spring, and other Mattresses; 
Hair Bolsters and Pillows, and Felt (pressed), of all kinds 
ad val 30 p.c. 

76. Hats, Caps, and Bonnets, of any material, N.E.S., and Hat, 

Cap and Bonnett Shai>es — ad val 40 p.c, 

76. Hardware, namely : 

(a) Adzes, Axes, Cleavers, Hatchets, Saws, Wedges, Sledges, 
Hammers, Crow bars, Caut-dogs, Track tools, Picks and 
Eyes, or Poles for same, Axe-handles, A.uvils, Vises, Files 
and Rasps, Carpenters' Rules, Mallets and Guages, Shovels 
and Spades of iron and steel, Smiths' Bellows, l)iamonds 
for Glazier's use. Ice-saws, Ice-|donghs ; Splitting, Sheath, 
Shoe, Butcher's, Farrier's, Patty, Glazier's, and Paint 
Knives ; Edged Tools of all kinds for hand or machine use, 
including Shoemaker's and Tinsmith's tools or bench ma- 
chines — ad val 25 p.c, 

(h) Knives, N.E.S., Shears, Scissors, Erasers, Manicure Files, 
Trimmers, Lamp-shears, Horse and Toilet clippers. Table 
cutlery and all like cutlery, plated or not ; Skates of all 
kinds ,• Cast iror, Hollowware, tinned, enamelled or not ; 
Coal Boxes, Coal Scoops, Coal Shovels, Fire Irons of all 
kinds ; Safes and doors for Vaults ; Strength-testing ma- 
chiaes of all kinds ; Bird, Parrot, Squirrel, and Rat or 
Mouse Cages, of wire or other material ; Rat and Mouse 
Traps, Cash Registers, Carpet Sweepers, Fire Extinguish- 
ers, Swivels, Floats, and Sportsmen s Fishing Bait, Fish 
Hooks, and other Angler's requisites, Jm.E.S. ; Guns, 
Rifles, including Air Guns and Air Rifles, not being toys ; 
Muskets, Cannons, Pistols, Revolvers, or other lire-arms ; 
Cartridge Cases, Cartridge Primers, Percussion Caps, 
Wads or other ammunition, N.E.S. ; Bayonets, Swords, 
Fencing Foils and Masks, Gun or Pistol covers or cases, 
Game Rags, Loading Tools and Cartridge Belts of any 
material; Signs of any material, framedjor not; Letters 
of any material for signs or similar use ; Builder's, Cabi- 
netmakers, Upholsterer's, and Trunkmaker's Hardware, 
including Furniture Springs, Hinges and Locks, N.E.S. ; 
Gas Meters, Lead Pipe, Lead Shot, Lead Bullets, and all 
manufactures of Lead, N.E.S. ; Scales, Balances, Weigh- 
ing Beams and Weights; Brass and Copper Nails, Tacks, 
Rivets, and Burs or Washers, Brass Pumps of all kinds 
and Garden or Lawn Sprinklers ; Brass and Copper Wire, 
plain, turned or plaited ; Bells and Gongs, and all manu- 
factures of brass and copper, N.E.S. ; Wire of all kinds of 
metals, N.E.S. ; Wire Cloth, or Woven Wire and Net- 
ting of brass, copjier or steel; Screws, commonly called 
"Wood Screws," of iron, steel, brass, or other metal 
plated or not, and machine or other screws, N.E.S. ; Wire 



l^ewfoundland Customs Tariff. 36& 



Carpets with Vacuum Cleaner. 



Rope, N. E. S.; Iroa or Steel Nuts, Washers, Rivets, 
N.E.S. ; and Bolts, with or without thread. Nut bolts. 
Hinge-blanks, N.E.S. ; Telephone and Telegraph Instru- 
ments, Electric and Galvanic batteries; Lamps, Side- * 
lights, Headlights, Lanterns, Chandeliers, Gas, Coal or 
other oil fixtures or metal parts thereof, including Lava 
or other Tips, Burners, Collars, Galleiies, Shades and 
Shadeholders ; Buckles of iron, steel, brass or copper of 
all kinds, N.E.S. (not being jewellery); Slide Shoes, N.E.S., 
Stereotypes, fUectrotypes and Celluloids of Newspaper 
columns, and bases for the same, composed wholly or par- 
tially of metal or celluloid, and Matrices or Copper Shells 
for same, N.O.P. ; Curling Stones and fittings therefor; 
Clothes Wringers, Clothes Washers and other Washers 
for domestic use ; Gas or Oil Stoves ; Stove Plates, Stoves 
of all kinds for coal or wood, or parts thereof, and all manu- 
factures of Metals, N.E.S. — ad val 36 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, and 

Chain Shackles ; Fish Hooks, not including Hooks or fly- 
hooks for anglers ; Lead, in bars or sheets ; Wire Rope for 
rigging vessels ; Babbit metal. Type metal, Phosphor Tin 
and Phosphor Bronze, in blocks, bars, plates, sheets and 
wire, N.O.P. ; Patterns of Brass, Iron, Steel or other me- 
tals, not being metals — ad val 10 p.c. 

(d) Fencing of iron or steel — ad val ' 40 p.c. 

(e) Boiler Rivets, Coopers' and Tinsmiths' Rivets, N.E.S. ; 

Rivets and Patent Bushings for ships' blocks ; Metal parts 
for Coffins and Caskets; Stamped Tin and Tin parts used 
in the manufacture of Trunks, and- Silver and Composition 
Metal for the manufacture of jewellery ,^nd platedware — 
ad val ... 20 p.c. 

77. Harness, including Horse Boots and Saddlery of every descrip- 

tion — ad val 40 p.c. 

Harness Findings, viz. : 

Loops, Winkers, Eyes or Blinds, Metallic and Wood Find- 
ings for Harnessmaking — ad val 25 p.c. 

78. Hay— per ton of 2000 lbs $3 00 

79. Herrings, Salmon, Turbot, Halibut, and Mackerel, N.O.P. — 

per brl 1 00 

80. Hoop Iron and Steel Strips for making hoops, N.E.S., includ- 

ing hoop iron and steel strips punched, splayed or nosed, 

over 68 inches in length — ad val 5 p.o. 

81. Hops — ad val 10 p.c. 

82. Indian or Corn Meal, when bolted or granulated, including 

duty on package— per brl 20 

HH 



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83. Indian Rubber Boots and Shoes, and all manufactures in part 

or in whole of Indian Kubber or Guttapercha ; Indian Rub- 
ber Clothing or clothing made waterproof with Indian Rub- 
ber or live substances ; Rubber or Guttapercha Hose, and 
Cotton or Linen Hose, lined with Guttapercha or Indian 
Rubb«r— ad val 40 p. c. 

84. Iron of all kinds, including Galvanized Iron in bolts, bars, 

strips, sheets, plates and pieces — ad val 10 p.c. 

85. 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. 

86. Iron or Steel Bridges, or parts thereof. Iron or Steel struc- 

tural work, Columns, Girders, Shapes or Sections, to in- 
clude outside coverings for buildings, steel or metal shin- 
gles and ceiling coverings ; Iron or Steel Pipe or Tubing, 
plain and galvanized, riveuted, corrugated, or otherwise 
specially manufactured, threaded and coupled or not — ad 

val 20 p.c. 

Wrought Iron or Steel Tubing, plain or galvanized, threaded 

and coupled or not — ad val, /. 10 p.c. 

87. Jellies, Jams and Preserves, including duty on ordinary crocks 

and bottles, ad val. 35 per cent — per reputed lb 06 

88. Jewellery of all kinds, including Ornapaental Hat Pins, Hair 

Pins, Belt or other Buckles, and similar ornamental arti- 
cles known as Jev.'ellery, N.E.S. ; all manufactures of 
Gold and Silver, N.E.S., and Sterling and other Silver- 
ware. Nickleplated ware, Gilt or Electroplated ware, 
wholly or in part, of all kinds ; manufactures of Britannia 
metal, Nickle, Silver, Nevada and German Silver, not 
plated, and manufactures of Aluminum, N.E.S. — ad val. ... 40 p.c. 

89. Knife-brick, Knife-polish, and other metal polish or composi- 

tion for polishing metal; Lamp wicks; Shoe Blacking, 
Stove Polish and Shoe Dressing, Washing Soda (Sodium 
Carbonate), and Caustic Potash and Lye — ad val 35 p.c. 

90. Lard, Lard Compound and similar substances, Cottoline and 

Stearine of all kinds, N.E.S. — ad val 30 p.c. 

91. Leather, viz. : 

Leather known as " Sole Leather" — ad val 20 p.c. 

Rough, Split, Undressed Leather, when imported by Tan- 
ners for dressing — ad val 20 p c. 

Rough, Undressed Leather, when imported by Tanners for 
' further dressing — per 11< 03 

Glove-grain, Boot-grain, Oil-grain, Buff, Split, Imitation 
Goat, Polished Pebble and Waxed Calf Leather, when 
bark tanned — ad val. 20 p.c. 

All other Upper Leather, N.E.S., and Japanned, Patent or 

Enamelled Leather — ad val 20 p.c. 

Harness Leather, N.E.S., Chamois Skins and Morocco Lea- 
ther, N.O.P. — ad val 25 p.c. 

Leather board, Leatheroid, and rhanufactures thereof, N.E.S. 
— ad ^al 30 p.c. 



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and Covel's Chocolates; none better. 



92. Leatherware, viz. : 

Boots, Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters, or Leggings of Leather, 

Leatheroid or other material — ad val 40 p. c. 

93. Lime (Oxide of Calcium)— 100 lbs. to the bush.— per bush. ... 15 

94. Limejuice and Fruit Juices, when fortified with or containing 

not more than 25 per cent, of proof spirits — per gallon . . 60 

And when containing more than 25 per cent, of proof spirits 

per gallon 12 00 

95. Limestone — per ton 50 

96. Locomotives and Tenders ; Boilers for locomotives ; Railway 

and Train Cars of all descriptions, and other component 
parts ; Railway Fish-plates, Switches, Frogs, Crossiug and 

Intersections for Kailwaj's — ad val 30 p. c. 

Automobiles and other similar mofor vehicles and parte for 

same, and Tyres — ad val. 45 p.c. 

97. Lumber, viz. : 

Boards, under one inch in thickness, imported expressly for 

manufacturing dories fnot grooved or tongued) — per M. ft. $1 00 

Boards and Plank, one inch iu thickness, aod so in propor- 
tion for any greater thickness, N.E.S. — prr M. feet 4 00 

Boards and Plank, grooved, tongued or planed, one inch in 
thickness, and so in proportion for any greater thickness — 
per M. feet 5 00 

Oak, Pitch Pine, Elm, Beech, Green Heart, Ironwood lum- 
ber, under five inched square, N.E.S. — per M. feet I 00 

Beaver- Board and similar manufactures of wood or pulp, 

N.O.P.-per M. feet 5 00 

Laths and Shingles — per M 60 

98. Machines and Machinery, viz. : 

(a) Steam Boilers when imported to be used for heating pur- 
poses ; Radiators, Fan-blowers, Elevators, Fanning-mills, 
Horsepower machines, Machinery and parts of machinery, 
N.E.S. ; Electric Light machinery anH Electrical material 
of every description, including Carbons, Electric meters, 
and Electric apparatus ; Turning Laths, Fretsaw Maehines, 
ScroUsaw Machines, N.E.S., costing at place of shipment 

• not less than |5, and to be driven by hand or foot power, 
N.E.S., and Dating, Ruling, Pageing, or Perforating Ma- 
chines -ad val. 35 p.c. 

(b) Turning Lathes, Fretsaw Machines, Scrollsaw Machines, 
N.E.S., costing at place of shipment over $6 ; Gas Engines. 
Typewriters, Comptometers or Adding Machines, Fog 
Horns, patented ; Machinery, patented and of a kind not 
manufactured in this Colony, N.E.S., Machines for the 
manufacture of boots and shoes ; Planing, Boiing, Mor- 
ticing, Moulding, and similar machines for builders' pur- 
poses ; Power Machines for the manufacture of steam and 
other engines and boilers ; Sewing and Knitting Machines 
and parts thereof ; Machine Felt for pulp-wet machines j 



372 Newfoundland Customs Tarif. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., Agents for "American 

Steam Boilers, Engines, Propellers, Winches, and parts of 
machiaery to be used in ships, N.E.S., Steam P^ngines to 
be used in local industries, and Steam Boilers, not to be 
used for heating purposes, N.E.S. ; Portable Saw ^ ills and 
Electric Mot jrs — ad val. 25 p. c. 

(c) Machines for Carding Wool, Spinning Wheels, Wool Cards, 
Water Wheels, Steel Propellers, N.E.S., and Ruling Ma- 
chines and Pens for same ; Bookbinders' tools and imple- 
ments. Leather, Bookbinders' Wire, Stitching Machines, 
Bookbinders' Cloth and Marble Paper, acd Paper Board, 
when imported by Bookbinders for use in their trade and 
not for sale, and paper for covers of books when imported 

by printers — ad val 10 p. c. 

99. Malt— ad val 10 p. c. 

Moss and Porterine, when imported by brewers — ad val 30 p.c. 

100. Mariner's Compasses and Cards for same. Patent Logs and 

Log Lines, Sextants, and Quadrants — ad val 20 p.c. 

Thermometers, Barometers, Clinometers, Telescopes, Bino- 
culars, Parallelled Rulers, Brass Binnacles and Chronome- 
ters for ship's use — ad val 35 p.c. 

101. Marline for making lobster pots — ad val 10 p.c. 

102. Mast pieces and Spars, namely : 

Dressed or partly dressed, 60 feet or over in length, N.E.S. 

— ad val. .' 20 p.c. 

Dressed or partly dressed, under 60 feet in length, N.E.S. — 
ad val 30 p.c. 

Undressed, 60 feet or over in length, including Wharf Shores, 

N.E.S.— per ton $1 20 

Undressed, under 60 feet in length, including Wharf Shores, 

N.E.S.— per ton 2 40 

103. Matches of all kinds — ad val 40 p.c. 

104. Meats, namely : 

Canned Meats, known as C. C. Beef, Corned Beef, Corn 
Beef, Corn Beef Hash, Luncheon Beef, Roast Beef, Boiled 
Beef, Roast Mutton, Bailed Mutton and Brawn, including 

the weight of immediate coverings — per oz OJ 

All other Canned Meats, N.E.S.— ad val 35 p.c. 

Meat, Fresh— per lb ". 02 

Poultry and game, dead^per lb ; 03 

Sausages — per lb C5 

Bacon, Hams, Tongues and Beef, smoked cured — per lb 03 

ad val 10 p.c. 

Hams and Tongues, dry, salted or pickled — per lb 02 

Pigs' Feet preserved in vinegar— ad val 35 p.c. 

Meats, dry salted, N.E.S. — per lb 01 

Beef, when salted in barrels, including duty on package — per 
ferl ?1 OQ 



Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 373 



Lady" and "American Gentleman" Footwear. 



Pigs' Heads, Jewls without tongues, Hocks, Feet and Ribs, 

when salted in barrels, including duty on package — perbrl. 1 00 
Pigs' Jowls and Tongues, when salted in barrels, including 

duty on package— per brl 1 50 

Pork in barrels and half barrels, viz. : 

Mess, Familj, Prime Mess, Rump, Extra Prime Bean, 

Clear Butt, and Ham, inc. duty on package — per brl. . . 1 50 
Belly Pork, or Family Mess or Loin Pork, iucluding duty on 

packages— per brl , 2 00 

105. Medicinal, Chemical and Pharmaceutical preparations when 

composed of one or more than one substance, N. E. S. ; 
Patent and Proprietary preparations. Tinctures, Pills, 
Powders, Troches, Lozenges, Syrups, Cordials, Bitters, 
Anodynes, Tonics, Plasters, Liniments, Salves, Ointments, 
Pastes, Drops, Waters, Essences and Oils, N.E.S. ; Anti- 
septic Surgical Dressing, such as Absorbent Cotton, Cotton 
Wool, Lint, Lambswool, Tow, Jute, Gauze, and Oakum, 
prepared for use as Surgical Dressing; Plain or Medicated 
Surgical Belts, Pessaries, and Suspensory Bandages of all 
kinds; Oiled Silk, Codliver Oil, and compounds of Avhich 
codliver oil forms a prominent past ; Liquorice Paste, Li- 
quorice ia rolls or sticks, when of the quality known as 
Spanish Liquorice ; Parafine Wax, Beeswax, Burgundy 
Pitch, Vaseline, and all similar preparations of petroleum 
for toilet, medicinal or other purposes, and Cream of Tartar 

ad val *:■ 30 p.c. 

Surgical and Dental Instruments mot being furniture), and 
Surgical Needles, Clinical Thermometers, Catgut and Silk 
Sbtures ; Galvanic Batteries, when imported by doctors 
for use in their profession — ad val 25 p.c. 

106. Mosaic Flooring, of any material. Roofing Slate, Slate Man- 

tles, and other manufactures of slate, N.E.S. — ad val 40 p.c. 

107. 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 nut, N.E.S. —per lb 01 

Shoe Tacks, Brads, Sprigs and Shoe Nails — per lb. ...:....' J 
Wrought, when hand made ; Pressed Nails and Pressed 
Spikes of all kinds; Brads used by Broommakers for fas- 
tening wire ; Nails used by Brushmakers in making 
brushes ; Horseshoe Nails and Galvanized Nails and Spikes 
and Sheathing Nails, N.E.S.- per lb i 

108. Nets, Netting, Trawl-gear, Traps and Seines, for use in sea 

and salmon fisheries — ad val. ... 1 20 p.c. 

109. Nuts, namely. 

Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Peanuts, Filberts, 

Hickory and other kinds of Nuts, N.E.S.— per lb. . ; . . . 02 

Nuts, shelled— per lb 04 

CQcoanuts, N.E.S.— per 100 ICO 



374 Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Men's 



Cocoanuts when imported from the place of growth by ^ves- 
sels direci to a Newfonodlaud port — per 100 $0 50 

Cocoanuts, dessicated, sweetened or not — per lb 03 

110. Oakum— per lb 01 

111. Oatmeal and Rolled Oats, in bags or barrels, including duty 

on bags or barrels — per lUO lbs 20 

112. Oats, includinj;; duty on bags — per bushel of 34 lbs 05 

113. Oil Clothes-ad val 30 p.c. 

114. Oils, namely: 

Kerosene Oil, including duty on package — per gallon 05 

Coal Oil, Naphtha, N.E.S.; Gasolene, Benzine, and all illu 

minating oils, N.E.S. — per gallon 06 

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 ; Si)irits 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. 

Essential Oils and Axle Grease, Neatsfoot Oil, Lard, Sesame 
Oil, N.E.S. ,- Olive Oil, N.E.S. ; and Extracts for dying 
leather — ad val 25 p.c. 

Lubricating Oils, N.E.S.— per gallon v. 08 

Lubricating Oils, when imported in bottles, tins or other 

packages, each holding less than one gallon — ad val 25 p.c. 

Spermaceti, Whale and other fish oils — ad val 35 p.c. 

115. Oysters or clams, in shell or shelled, in packages not her- 

metically sealed — ad val 25 p.c. 

116. Paints and Colors of all kinds, Whiting, Chalk, Lampblack, 

Ivory Black, Dyes of all kinds. Ultramarine, Putty, Cop- 
per Paint, Varnishes, Lacquers, Japans, Japan Dryers, 
Oil Finish, British Gum, Dextriire, Glue, Sizing Cream 
and Sizing of all kinds— ad val. 30 p.c. 

117. Paper Hanging and Borderings — ad val 35 p.c. 

118. Peas (round), including duty on package — per brl 50 

119. Peas (split and dried), green, including duty on packages 

—per lb J ct. 

120. Perfumery, including Toilet preparations, (non-alcoholic), 

namely : 
Hair Oil, Tooth and other Powders, Washes, Pomatums, 
Pastes, and all other perfumed preparations, N.E.S., used 
for the hair, month or skin, and Pomades, French, or 
Flower Odors, preserved in fat or oil — ad val 40 p.c. 

121. Pianofortes, Organs and Musical Instruments of all kinds, 

and parts thereof, N.O.P., including catgut and other 
strings, provided that musical instrument cases shall be 
dutiable at the same rate as their contents when imported 
containing the instrument ; and Phonographs, Grama- 
phones, and such instruments -ad val 40 p.c. 

122. PiQture Frames, and Photo Frames of any material -ad val. 40 p.c. 



Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 3? 5 



and Boy's Suits and Overcoats. 



123. Plaster of Paris or Gypsum, ground, maaufactured or cal- 

cined, and Paris tireen, dry— ad val - ; 20 p.c. 

Plaster Casts, N.E.S.— ad val 30 p.c. 

124. Potatoes— per bushel 10 cts. 

125. Poultry, alive— ad val 20 p.c. 

126. Readymades, Clothing of all kinds, N.E.S., including Col- 

lars and Cutt", N.E.S.— ad val 45 p.c. 

127. Rice, cleaned — per lb J ct. 

128. Sails for Boats and Ship's Tarpaulins, Tents and Avirnings — 

ad val 40 p.c. 

129. Salt, namely : 

Dairy and Table Salt, N.E.S.— ad val 10 p.c. 

130. Saws, when used as part of the original construction of 

Mills and Factories, N.E.S. — ad val. . 10 p.c. 

131. Shoemakers' Ink, Harness and Leather Dressing, and Har- 

ness Soap — ad val 20 p.c. 

132. Small \Vares, namely : 

(a) Artificial Flowers and Dressed Feathers, Ribbons of every 
description, N.E.S. ; Gra])es of all kinds; Velvets, Velve- 
teen, Silk Velvet, Plush and Silk Fabrics, N.E.S.; Em- 
broideries, Laces, Braids, Freizes, Cords, Garters ; Brace- 
lets, N.E.S. ; Braids, Chains, Cords, or other similar 
manufactures of hair or wool, N.E.S.; Handkerchiefs of 
all kinds ; Scarfs and Ties, Corsets, Lace Collars and all 
other similar Lace Goods, Lace Nets, Netting and Veiling 
of every description, Shams, Curcaius of all kinds. Regalia 
of Societies (including jewels), badges or belts of all kinds, 
N.E.S., and Hair, curled or dj'ed — ad val 40 p.c. 

(b) Cotton Sewing Thread, ('rochet Cotton, Knitting Cotton, 
and all other Cotton, Silk and Linen Threads; Boot, Shoe 
and Stay Laces ; Buttons ; Elastic and non-elastic Web- 
bing ; Needles and Pius ; Elastic, round and flat ; and 
Garter Elastic — ad val 25 p.c. 

133. Soap, Common or Laundry, costing per cwt. $3 and under, 

including cost of wrapping, coverings, boxes and cases, 
anything in this Act contained to the contrary notwith- 
standing — per lb IJ ct. 

Soap, common or laundry, costing over $3 per cwt. including 

package costs aforesaid — per lb 2 ct8. 

Soap, toilet or perfumed — ad val 40 p.c. 

Pearline and other Soap powders — ad val 40 p.c. 

All ingredients used in the manufacture of Soap, Candles, 
Laundry Blue, Shoe and Stove Polish, paying more than 
25 per cent, when imported by manufacturers — ad val 25 p.c. 

134. Spirits, viz. : 

Spirituous or Alcoholic, .distilled from any material, or con- 
taining or compounded with distilled spirits of any kind, 
and any mixture thereof with water, as follows ; 



376 Newfoundland Customs Tariff: 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for 



(a) For every gallon thereof of the strength of proof, and when 
of a greater strength than that of proof, then at same rate 
that there would be on the increased quantity if the liquors 
were reduced to the strength of proof, as follows, viz. : 

Alcohol, Ethyl Alcohol or the substances commonly known 
as Alcohol, Hydrated Oxide or Ethyl, or Spirits of Wine, 
Amyl Alcohol or Fusel Oil, or any substance known as 
Potatoe Spirit or Potatoe Oil, Absinthe, Arrack or Pale 
Spirits, and Spirits over 43, per cent overproof, and so in 
proportion for any greater strength- -per gallon 4 50 

Cordials, Liquors, and Spirits of all kinds, N.E.S., and Mes. 
cal Pulque, Kum-shrub, Schiedam and other Schnapps, 
Tafia, Angostura and similar alcoholic beverages — per gal.. 3 60 

Brandy, including artificial Brandy, and imitations of — per 

gallon 4 50 

Whiskey — per gallon 4 10 

Gin of all kinds — per gallon 3 60 

Rum — per gallon 3 40 

(b) Methyl Alcohol, Wood Alcohol, Wood Naptha, Pyroxylic 
Spirits, or any substance known as Wood Spirit or Methyl 
Spirits, Ether, Nitrous Ether, Sweet Spirits of Kitre and 
Aromatic Spirits of Ammonia, Alcoholic Perfumes and 
Perfume Spirits, Bay Rum, Cologne and Lavender Waters, 
Jamaica Ginger, Fruit Essence, Hair, Touth, and Skin 
washes and other Toilet preparations containing Spirits of 
any kind, and all medical preparations ccntaining over 30 

per cent, af Alcohol — ad val 50 p.c. 

(c) AllMedical preparations containing less than 30 per cent, 
of Alcohol, Tinctures or Medicines or Medicinal Wines (so- 
called), including Medicated Beef Fluids, such as Beef, 
Iron aqd Wine, and Etherial and Spirituous Fruit Essence, 
N.E.S,— ad val 30 p.c. 

In all cases where the strength of any of the foregoing arti. 
cles cannot be ascrrtained by the direct application of the 
hydrometer, it shall be ascertained by the distillation of 
a sample, or in such a manner as the Minister of Finance 
and Customs directs. W'hen spirits are imported in bottles, 
six reputed quarts or twelve reputed pints, shall be held to 
contain one gallon, and so for any .similai: bottle or flask 
thot may be imported. 

135. Stationery : 

(a) Albumeuized and other Papers and Films, chemically pre- 
pared for Photographers' use ; Wrapping paper. Toilet 
paper. Sand-paper, Glass or Flint paper, Emery paper and 
Emery cloth ; Mill board. Straw board, in sheets or rolls ; 
Tarred Paper, Felt, or Strawboard or Sheathing Paper ; 
Ruled, Bordered and Coated Papers, Papeteries, Boxed 
Papers, Pads not printed on. Envelopes, and all manufac- 
tures of paper, N.E.S. ; Erasing Rubbers of all kinds ; 
Mucilage and other Liquid Gums ; Inks for writing ; Photo- 



Netvfov/ndland Customs Tariff. 377 



Men's Wear of the Hour. 



graphs, N.O.P. ; Chromos, Chromotypes, Artotypes, Oleo- 
graphs, Paiutiags, 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, Ne.w Year, Easter, Birthday, and all similar 
Cards ; Books to be written or drawn upou, Blaqk 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.c. 

(b) Newspapers, or supplemental editions or parts thereof, 
partly printed and intended to be completed and published 

in Newfoundland — ad val 25 p.c. 

(c) Slate Pencils, Chalk, Crayons to be used in Schools, School 
Writing Slates and Copy-books, headed for school purjio- 

ses — ad val 10 p.c. 

(d) Brinted 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 Co- 
lony, when printed outside of the Colony ; Advertising Al- 
manacs and Calendars, Patent Medicine or other Adver- 
tising Circulars, Fly-sheets or Pamphlets, Advertising 
Chromos, Chromotypes, Oleographs, or like work produced 
by any process other than hand painting or drawing, and 
having any advertisement or advertisiug matter printed, 
lithographed or stamped thereon, or attached thereto, in- 
cluding Advertising Bills, Folders and Posters, or other 
similar artistic work lithographed, printed or stamped on 
paper or cardboard for business or advertising purposes, 
N.O.I?. ; Playing Cards, Labels of all kinds. Shipping, 
Price, and other Tags, Tickets of all kinds when printed 
upon or lithographed, or partly printed; Bank Notes, Bonds, 
Bills of Exchange, Cheques, Promissory iSfotes, Drafts, and 
all similar work unsigned. Check Boobs, for Counter use. 
Billheads, Forms and Cards, or other commercial blank^_ 
forms, printed, lithographed, or printed from steel or cop- 
per or other plates, and all other printed matter, N.E.S., 
and Paper Sacks and Bags when printed on — ad val 50 p.c. 

136. Staves, namely: 

Oak, undressed — ad val f> p.c. 

Of other woods, undressed — ad val 25 p.c. 

Manufactured and dressed, or partly manufactured and 

dressed— per 1200 $5 00 

Heading for Coupers' use— per pair 05 

II 



^78 Newfoundland Customs Tari^. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., 



137. Steel, namely : 

Mild, in bolts, bars, sheets, plates aad" 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 

five inches or under in diameter, N.E. S. — ad val 30 p.c. 

Shafting, turned, compressed or polished, when measuring 

over five inches in diameter, X.E.S. — ad val 10 p.c. 

138. Straw— per ton of 2000 lbs $2 00 

139. Sugars, loaf, cut loaf, cube and castor — per lb 03 

All other kinds of Sugar, granulated or otherwise, white, 

brown or yellow-^per lb OIJ 

140. Tar, namely : 

Stockholm, American and Coal Tar ; Pitch and Resin or 
Rosen ; Tar Mixtures, Asphalt and Asphallum, and like 
preparations — ad val ; 15 p.c. 

141. Tea— perlb 05 

142. 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 

143. Tinware, plain. Japanned or lithographed, and all manufac- 

tures of Tin, and manufactures of Galvanized Sheet Iron, 
and Sheet Steel, N.O.P. ; Agate, Granite, or Steel Hollow- 
ware, and Nickle or Aluminum Kitchen or Household 
HoUoware — ad val 45 p.c. 

144. Tobacco, namely : 

Manufactured Tobacco — per Ib^ 38 

Leaf, stripped or partly manufactured- perlb 40 

Leaf and stems — per lb 40 

Stems for manufacturing snuti' — per 100 lbs 50 

Cigars, ad val. 15 per cent, and per lb 1 50 

Cigarettes — perlb 3 75 

Tobacco Pipes of all kinds, Pipe Mounts, Cigar and Ciga- 
rette Cases, Cigar and Cigarette Holders and Cas^ for 
same. Smokers' sets and cases therefor and Tobacco 

Pouches — ad val 40 p.c. 

Snuff — perlb 50 

145. Trunks of all kinds and Valises, N.E.S. ; Hat Boxes, Carpet 

Bags, Tool Bags or Baskets, Satchels, Reticules, Musical 
Instrument Cases, Purses, Portmanteaux, Pocket-book*, 
Fly-books and parts thereof, and Baskets of all kinds — ad 
val 40 p.c. 

146. Tubes for Boilers, of wrought iron or steel, including Flues 

and Corrugated Tubes for Marine Boilers — ad val ;. 10 p.c- 

147. 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. 



Ne.wfov,ndland Customs Tariff. 379 

Recommend "New Knit*" Underwear. 

a 
148. Twiaes for Sailmaking, namely : 

Hemp, Roping aud Seaming, and Cotton Sail Twine, and all 
other Twines, N.E.S.— ad val 30 p.c. 

^49. Vegetables, namely : 

Turnips, Carrots, Parsnips, Beets, Sweet Potatoes and 

Yams -p^r bushel 20 

Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Onions, Squashes, Pumpkins, Rhu- 
barb, Melons, and other vegetables, N.E.S. — ad val -i 30 p.c. 

150. Vinegar, when imported in casks, including the duty on 

package — per gallon 15 

Vinegar in bottles — ad val HO p,c. 

151. Whips of all kinds, including thongs and lashes — ad val. . 40 p.c. 

15'2. Wines, viz. : 

Champagne — per gallon $5 60 

Port and Madeira— per gallon 1 80 

Sherry and Manzanilla — per gallon, $1.00; ad val 16J p.c. 

Malaga and Montilla; costing at the plaCe of shipment less 

than 80 cents per gallon 40 

Malaga and Montilla, costing at the place of shipment 80 cts. 

per gallon, and any above that price — per gallon, $1.10; ad 

val. /• 15 p.c. 

Hock, Burgundy and Light Rhenish Wine — per gallon $1 10 

Claret — per gallon 60 

Spanish Red, D«nia, Sicilian, Figuiera, Red Lisbon, Cape 

and Common Lisbon — per gallon 40 

Ginger Wine, containing not more than 26 per cent, of proof 

spirits- -per gallon 1 00 

Ginger Wine, containing over 26 per cent, of propf spirits— 

per gallon 2 60 

Vermouth Wine, containing not more than 36 per cent, of 

proof spirits — per gallon 1 00 

Vermouth Wine, containing over 36 per cent, of proof spirits 

— per gallon 2 60 

All other wines, N.O.P.— per gallon, ?1. 20; ad val 15 p.c. 

When Wines of any kind are imported in bottles — six re- 
puted quarts or twelve reputed pints shall be held to coh- 
tain one gallon. 

153. Window Shades, in the piece, or cut and hemmed, or mount- 
ed on rollers, N.E.S. —ad val 40 p.c, 

154 Women's and Children's Dress Goods, Coat Linings, Italian 
Cloths, Alpacas, Orleans, Cashmeres, Coburgs, Henriettas, 
Serges, Bunting, Nuns' Cloth, Bengalines, Whipcords,^ 
Winceys, Linceys, Twill, plain or jacquard of similar fab- 
rics, composed wholly or in part of wool, or worsted, N.E.S. 
—adval 35 p.c. 



380 Newfoundland Customs Tarif. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD. Visit Our Nevr 

155. Wood, manufactures of, viz. : 

Mauufactures of Corkwood other than Cork Stoppers, for 
bottles and jars, N.E.S. ; Pails and tubs (of wood), Wash- 
boards, Pounders, Rolling Pins, Mouldings of Wood, gilded 
or otherwise manufactured ; Fishing Rods of all kinds ; 
Walking Sticks and Walking Canes of all kinds ; Coffins 
and Caskets ; Hoops for coopers and other manufactures of 
wood, N.E S.— ad val 40 p. c- 

Hoops for masts ; Rushes for Coopers' use ; and Excelsior, 
Hair and other material for making mattresses or stuffing 
furniture, and Hair Fibre and Bristles for the manufacture 
of Brushes — ad val 20 p. c. 

Trunks and Valises, in whole or in part of wood — ad val. ... 40 p.c- 

Ticking for Covering Mattresses — ad val 30 p.c.' 

156. Yarn, Woollen and 'Worsted — ad vbI 20p.c, 

157. Zinc, and manufactures of Zinc, N.E.S. — ad val 35 p.c, 

158. Admiralty Charts— ad val. . 10 p. c- 

159. Agricultural Implements and Machinery, N.E.S., and Hay- 

binders, Bone Crushers, Hay and Feed Cutters, Air Mo- 
tors, Churns, Cream Separators and Incubators ; Wire 
Fencing, and fasteners for the same ; Gates for wire fences, 
when the gates are made ( hiefly of wire — ad val 10 p.c. 

160. Animals imported by Agricultural Societies, or by private 

persons, under the approval of the Governor in Council, 
for improvement of stock, and poultry when imported for 
breeding purposes — £^d val. 10 p.c. 

161. Bark, Extract of Bark, Cutch, Bi-chromate of Potash, Log- 

wood — ad val .-.. 10 p.c. 

162. Boiler and Ships' Plates, when of the thickness of one-cjuar- 

ter of an inch or over that thickness — ad val 10 p.c, 

163. Books, printed and not to be written or drawn upon, and 

supplements for periodit als sjiecially imported for the 
hona fde use of incorporated institutes ; official repoits ; 
newspapers and monthly and semi-monthly magazines ; 
weekly library papers unbound, and Christmas Annuals ; 
Blackboards, specimens, medals and wall diagrams, illus- 
trative of Natural History and imported for colleges, 
schools and public libraries ; Kindergarten requisites, and 
cabalogues and price lists of persons, lirms and companies 
domiciled elsewhere, and not personally doing business 
here- ad val 10 p.c, 

164. Chair Cane or Reeds of Withrod, when imported in an un- 

manufactured state — ad val _.. \q p.c, 

166. Engravers' Plates of Steel, polished for engraving there- 
upon ; Photo Engraving Machinery, viz. : 
Router, Bevelling, and Squaring Machines, [Screen-holders, 
Crossline Screens, Chemicals for use in engraving; Wood 
for blocking, Graving Tools and Process Platesj— ad val. .. 10 p.c. 



Nevjfoundland Customs Tariff. 381 



JMantle Department in the Upper Building. 



166. Indian Corn — ad val 10 p.c. 

,167. Junk, Old Iron, Old Copper and Old Composition Metal — 

ad val lOp.c. 

jl68. Machinery of all kinds to be used in the actual breaking of 
coal or ore bodies underground or in the open pit, viz. : — 
Koek Drills, Coal Cutters, Pumping Engines of all kinds, 
to be used in transfering 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 i)it, to the sur- 
face ; Crushers or other machinery, to be used in the actual 
breaking of ores, so as to facilitate re lining or transpor- 
tation ; special machinery of all kinds, to be used for wash- 
ing, concentration, reduction, or the refining of any ore or 
ooal, or for the manufacture of Brick ; Prospecting Drills 
of all kinds, to be used for proving the extent or exirtence 
underground of coal, oil, or ore bodies ; Crane and Derricks, 
when used for the actual handling of coal or ore from the 
working to 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 re- 

. duction or Smelting plant ; Dynamite, Detonators, Blast- 
ing Powder, Fuses of all kinds ; Blasting Batteries, Bat- 
tery Wire and Drill Steel, when used for mining purposes; 
Wrought Iron or other Pipes, to be used in transmitting 
steam, compressed air or water through the underground 
or open pit workings, and from the point of accumulation 
to the point of exit ; Hoisting and Hauling Cables, to be 
used in the lifting and transporting of coal or ore from the 
working face to ths point of shipment ; Machinery, or 
other equipment to be used in conveying coal or ore from 
the mine or from the workings 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 liere set forth, they shall be dealt with as smug- 
gled goods, and be subject to all the provisions in such 
cases provided under the Customs Acts, 1898 to 1905. The 
word " Machinery " in this item is not to include or relate 
to steam boilers or parts thereof — ad val 10 p.c. 

169. Motor Engines, other than steam, when imported for agri- 

cultural purposes, and to be used in vessels owned in this 
Colony and employed in its fisheries — ad val 10 p.c. 

170. Manure and Fertilizers of all kinds, and Sulphuric .Acid, 

when imported to be used in the manufacture of Manures 

—ad val lOp.e. 

171. Material for Sheathing the bottoms of vessels, such as Zinc, 

Copper, and Composition Metal, together with nails, and 
paper or felt, which may be used for or under such sheath- 
ing when used for sheathing vessels, under regulations to 
be made by the Governor in Council ; Casings or Copings 
and Lockings for timbers of dories ; and Lignum Vitae — 
^ M val lOp.e. 



382 Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 

AYRE & SONS, LTD. Take Elevator for 

172. Boards and Hanks of hardwood over eighteen feet in length, 

when imported for shipbuilding ; Mast-pieces of Pitch- 
pine, Oregon pine, or similar hardwood ; Timber of hard, 
wood when imported for ship-building ; Galvanized Iron 
Bars and Bolts, Galvanized Nails pressed or wrought, 
Spikes and Windlasses when imported for the construction 
of new ships, upon such certificate as may be required by 
the Minister of Finance and Customs — ad val 10 p. e^ 

173. Molasses, produced in the West India Islands, in the pro- 

cess of the manufacture of sugar from the juice of the sugar 

cane, and the package in which it is imported — ad val 10 p.c, 

174. Music, written — ad val 10 p.c. 

175. Oil Cake, Oil Cake Meal, Cotton Seed Cake, Cotton Seed 

Meal, Pease Meal, Bran, and other preparations for cattle 

and chicken feed — ad val. 10 p.c- 

176. Ores to be used as tiux — ad val 10 p c- 

177. Paper, known as Soiling Paper, and Papers to be used by 

Manufacturers in enclosing their manufactures. Tin in 
sheets and blocks and solder ; Printed and lithographed 
labels when imported by persons engaged in the manufac- 
ture of fish tins or packages or in the preserving of fish 
for market, provided that the labels cannot be manufac- 
tured in this Colony, Ammonia, imported for refrigerating 
purposes ; and Mineral and Lubricating Oils, when import- 
^ ed by Cold Storage Companies for use in connection with 
their machinery ; Lead Sheets, Steel and Wood Boxes and 
Labels when imported by Tea dealers, to be used by them 
in packing tea in small packages — ad val 10 p. c- 

178. Shocks, tins, a^d otlier coverings with labels, when imported 

by manufacturers for their use in the manufacture of To- 
bacco — ad val 10 p. c- 

179. Plants, Trees and Shrubs ; also seeds for Agricultural pur- 

poses, N.E.S., and Florists' Seeds— ad val 10 p.c. 

180. Printing Paper, Printing Presses, Printing Types, Printers' 

Ink and Printers' Office Furniture, when imported by bona 

iide printes^s for use in their business— ad val.. 10 p.c^ 

181. Rice, unoleaned or refuse Rice — ad val 10 p. c^ 

182. Sand and Fire-clay ; Sausage Skins and Casing— ad val 10 p.c. 

183. Scrap iron and Scrap steel (old), and tit only to be re-manu- 
, factured, being part of or recovered from any vessel wreck- 
ed in Waters subject to the jurisdiction of Newfoundland — 

ad val 10 p.c- 

184. Steel Shafting, when imported for use in steam vessels — ad 

■^al lOp.cv 

185. Stereotypes, Electrotypes and Celluloids for Almanacs, 

Calendars, Illustrated Pamphlets, Newspapers. Advertise- 
ments or Engravings, and all other like work for commer- 
cial, trade or other purposes, and matrices or copper shells 
for the same — ad val lOn.c*- 






Newfoundland Customs Tarif. 38^ 



New Coat and Shirt Department. 



186. Material for installing wireless telegraphy on board ships 

engaged in the trade and fisheries of the Colony — ad val.... 10 p.c. 

187. Wheat, whole, not ground or crushed — ad val 10 p.c, 

188. Works of Art, viz. : 

Paintings in oil or water colors; by artists of well kno.wn 
merit, or copies of the old masters by such artists ; and 
paintings in oil or water colors, the production of New- 
foundland artists, under regulations prescribed by the Gov- 
ernor in Council, and engravings, when produced by the 
Art Union Society of London — ad val.' 10 p.c. 

189. All goods not enumerated in this Act or subject to any otlier 

rate of duty, not declared free of duty by this Act, and not 
being goods the importation whereof is by this Act or any 
Act prohibited, shall be subject to a duty of — ad val 40 p.c. 



SCHEDULE B. 

Table of Exemptions. 

190. Apparel, wearing and other personal and household effects, not mer- 

chandize, of British subjects dying abroad, but domiciled in New- 
foundland ; Books, Pictures, Family Plate and Furniture, Personal 
effects and heirlooms left by request. 

191. Articles for the use of the Governor. 

192. Articles when imported by and for the use of the Army and Navy •,- 

also articles consigned direct to officers and men on board vessels 
of His Majesty's Navy for their personal use or consumption. 

193. Articles imported for the use of the Government or any of the De- 

partments thereof, 

194. Articles imported for the use of the Municipal Council. 

195. Articles for the official use of Consuls. 

196. Articles imported for religious purposes and used in the worship 

of the denomination requiring the same, and Bells, Musical Instru- 
ments, Stained Glass Windows, Statuary, Paintings, Carpets, Chan- 
deliers, Lamps, Clocks, and Fancy Hardwood for interior tiaishing, 
when imported solely for use in Churches and Chapels. 

197. All construction material and machinery, when the same cannot be 

made in this Colony, for pulp and paper mills, both for the original 
installation and the further extension of the same, but not in sub- 
siitution for old ; machinery for the original installation of saw- 
mills, provided that the persons requiring to import these articles 
are approved by the Governor in Council. 

198. Materials imported by manufacturers for construction of such machi- 

nery as is at present admitted into this Colony free of duty. The 
free' importations of such materials to be permitted subject to regu- 
lations to be made by the Governor in Council. 



584 Newfoundland Customs TariJ^. 



AYRE & SONS, LTD., for Reliable House Furnishings. 

199. Artificial Limbs and Artificial Eyes. 

200. Bait. 

^01. Bags, Barrels, Boxes, 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 being 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 article shall not apply 
to any article or goods upon which an allowance or drawback has 
been made, the re-importation of which is hereby prohibited, ex- 
cept upon payment of duties equal to the drawback allowed ; nor 
shall this item apply to any article of goods which has paid an 
Excise duty. 

202. Bycycles, Anglers' Outfit, Trouting-geai-, Firearms, Ammunition, 

Tents and Implements of Tourists, when in the custody of the 
Tourists, and under the conditions made by the Minister of Finance 
and Customs to secure the export of such articles, or the payment 
of the regular rate of duty on the articles when otherwise imported 
when the articles are sold or left in fhe Colony. 

203. Galvanized block straps, patent bushings for sheaves for blocks* 

when imported by blockmakers. 

204. Clothing and Medicine, donations of, for charitable purposes, and 

photographs sent by friends and not intended for sale. 

205. Coin and Bullion. 

206. Copper, Bitumen, Naphtha,'and Iron Oxide, to be used by manufac- 

turers in the manufacture of copper paint. 

207. Corn for the manufacture of brooms and whisks. 
218. Cotton Yarn, Raw Cotton and Coke. 

209. Cottonseed Oil, Olive Oil, Boracic Acid, Acetic Acid, Preservaline, 

when imported by manufacturers to be used in the presei vation of 
Fish or Fish Glue, and Vegetal^le Oils, for use in curing fish. 

210. 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. 

211. Fish of British catch and cure, and Oil, the produce of such fish, 

(not to include preparations of Codliver Oil), Eggs of fish or Game- 
birds, when imported for propagation. 

212. 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 
colleges, schools, and library associations ; Manuscripts and Insu- 
rance Maps. 



Newfoundland Customs Tariff. 385 

AYRE & SONS, LTD. The Model Mail Order House. 

213. Hemp, Hemp Yarn, Coir Yarn, Sisal, Manilla, Jute, Flax, Tow. 

214. Hides or pieces of Hides, not tanned, curried or dressed. 

215. Lines and Twines used in connection with the fisheries, not to in- 

clude sporting tackle. 

216. Machinery to be used in the manufacture, within this Colony, of 

twines, lines, nets, seines, cordage, or other fishing gear. 
^17. Motor Engines, other than steam, when imported to be used in ves- 
sels owned in this Cclony and employed solely in Missionary work 
within this Colony. 

218. Parchment or Wax Paper, when imported specially for packing fish 

or lining tins used in the lobster packing industry in this Colony. 

219. Pig Iron, Nail Strips of Iron, Steel, Zinc or Brass, to be used in the 

manufacture of cut nails in this Colony. 

220. Salt in bulk, when imported for use in the fisheries. 

221. Samples of no commercial value. 

222. Ships and other vessels built in any British or foreign country which 

are to be continuously employed in connection with the trade or 
fisheries of the Colony. 

223. Supplies, Stores and Donations for the Moravian Missionaries on 

Labrador and for the Deep Sea Mission, under such rules and regu- 
tions as may be made by the Governor in Council. 

524. Settlers' Effects, viz. : 

Wearing apparel, Household furniture. Books, Implements and tools 
of trade, occupation or employment ; Guns, Musical Instruments, 
Domestic Sewing Machines, Typewriters, Live Stock, Bicyclee, 
Carts and other vehicles and Agricultural Implements in use by 
the settler for at least six months before his removal to this Colo- 
ny, not to include machinery or articles imported for use in any 
manufacturing establishment or for sale ; provided that any dutia- 
ble article entered as settlers' effects may not be so entered unless 
brought with the settler on his first arrival, and shall not be sold 
or otherwise disposed of without payment of duty until after twelve 
months' actual use in the Colony ; and Travellers' baggage not ex- 
ceeding $50 in value for any one person, under regulations pre- 
scribed by the Governor in Council. 

525. Scientific Instruments and apparatus, when imported for use in col- 

leges, schools and Scientific or Library societies ; and specimens 
illustrative of Natural History ; Medals and such other articles as 
may be imported by schools or associations to be distributed as 
prizes, when such other articles are approved by the Minister of 
Finance and Customs. 

-226. Unmanufactured Wool and Dyed Woollen Yarns, when imported by 
the proprietors of Woollen Mills, to be used in connection with 
the manufacture of woollen goods. 

527. Wire of brass, zinc, or steel, screwed or twisted or flattened or cor- 
rugated, when imported by manufacturers of boots and shoes, to 
be used for such purposes only in their factories, and iron wire 
when imported by Broom manufacturers to be used by them in 
their manufactures. 



386 Newfoundland CvMoms Tariff 

AYRE & SONS, LTD., for the " New Knit" Underwear. 

SCHEDULE C. 
Prohibited Goods. 

228. Books, printed paper, drawings, paintings, prints, photographs or 

representations of any kind of a treasonable or seditious or of an 
immoral or indecent character. 

229. Coin, base or counterfeit. 

231. 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 peuitentiary, shall not be imported into this Colony under 
a penalty of two hundred dollars ; and, if imported, such goods and 
the packages in which they are contained shall be forfeited. 

232. Reprints of Newfoundland copyright works and reprints ef British 

copyright works, which have been copyrighted in Newfoundland 
also. 

233. Tea, adulterated with spurious leaf or with exhausted leaves, or con- 

taining so great an admixture of chemical or other deleterious sub- 
stances as to make it unfit for use. 

234. 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. 

(a) Used Clothing of all kinds, when imported for sale. 



SCHEDULE D. 
Excise. 



The following duties shall be raised, levied and collected, on the fol- 
lowing articles distilled, brewed or manufactured in this Colouy, viz. :— 

236. Brandy, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sikes's hydro- 
meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 
the strength of pi oof — per gallon ... .. . . $2 35 

235. Whiskey, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sikes's hydro- 

meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 

the strength of proof— per gallon . . . . . . 1 85 

236. Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes's hydrome- 

ter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than the 
strength of proof — the gallon . . . . . . 1 75 

237. Run>, not exceeding the strength of proof by Sykes's hydro- 

meter, and so in proportion for any greater strength than 

the strength of pioof — per gallon .. .. ... 1 50 

238. Ale, Porter, Bavarian Beer, Botanic Beer, and all other small 

and dextrinous liquors — per gallon . . . . . . 10 

239. Tobacco— per lb. .. ... ... ... ..032 

240. Oleomargarine, Butterine, or similar compounds — per lb. ... 02 
Compound Lard and similar substances — per lb. ... 02^. 

241. Cigarettes— per lb. .. ... .. .. ...2 00 

Cigars — per lb. ... .- .. ... . . 5 00- 



AD VERTISEMENTS—1 



CIRCULAR TO TELEGRAPH^ & P. 0. OFFICIALS. 

List of Places re-named by Nomenclature Committee since 

their first meeting, January 30th, 1904. 

Cat Cove, Harbor Main District Renamed Avondale North 

Lee Bight, Trinity Bay " Adeytown. 

Limeville. Port au Port, District of St. 

George •' Agnathuna. 

North Side, Norris Arm, NotreDame Bay " Alderbmn. 

Aspen Cove, Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay " Aspen. 

Belle Island, Conception Bay " Bell Island. 

Botwoodville, Notre Dame Bay " <»Botwood. 

Mosquito Cove, Conception Bay " Bristol's Hope. 

Lance Cove South, Trinity Bay " Brownsdale. 

Dark Tickle, Twillingate District " Brighton. 

Chance Haibor, near Moreton's Harbor, 

Notre Dame B^y " Bridgeport. 

Barren Island, Placentia Bay " Bar Haven. 

Britannia Cove, Smith's Sd, Trinity Bay '* Britannia, 

North West Arm, Green Bay " Burlington. 

Shoal Bay, Trinity Bay " Cavendish. 

Western Arm, Fogo District " Carman ville. 

Broad Cove, Renews ; " Cappa Hayden, 

Salmon Cove, Trinity Bay " Champneys. 

Burgeo, District Placentia and St. Mary's " Chambers. 

Chance Harbor, Friday's Bay, Notre 

Dame Bay " Chanceport. 

Southwai'd Bay, Bonavista Bay " Charleston. 

Lower Rocky Brook, Smith's Sd,T.B. .. " Clifton. 

Middle Bight, Harbor Main " Codner. 

Crab's, St. George's District " Crabbes. 

Railway Station, near Crabbes " Crabbes East. 

Ry. Station, between Crabbes Brook 

and Highlands " Crabbes West. 

Point to Glendon (including the settle- 
ment known as Butler's Cove) Dis- 
trict of Burin " Creton. 

Birchy Cove, Bay of Islands " Curling. 

Cuckhold's Cove, near Trinity, T.B " Dunfield. 

Grand River, Hamilton Inlet " Durrell. 

Salvage Bay, District of Bonavista .... " Eastport. 

Grand River, Hamilton Inlet '• Gillesport. 

Little River, Burgeo and LaPoile " Grey River. 

Riverhead, White Bay ._ " Hampden. 

Sandy Point, Smith's Sound, Trin. Bay. " Harcourt. 

Rattling Brook, St. George's Bay " Heatherton. 

Northern Bight, Random Sound, T.B. . . " Hillview. 

Dog Bay, Fogo District " Horwood. 

Riverhead, Bay of Islands " Humbermouth, 

Woody Island, Bay S . George " Innishmara. 

Fox Island, Fortune district " Isle Galet. 

Ram's Island, Placentia Bay " lona. 

Island Cove, near Heart's Delight, T. B. " Islington. 

Queenstown, Fogo District " Joe Batt s Arm- 
Lance Cove North, near Elliston, T.B. . . " Lancaster, 

Railway Station and neighbourhood, 

Goose Bay , " Lethbridge. 



AD VERTlSEMENTS—2 



LewispOrt, Notre Dame Bay District . . Renamed Lewisporte. 

Northwest Arm, Trinity '• Lockston. 

Long Cove, S. W. Arm, Random, T.B. . . " Loreburn. 

Ragged Harbor, Trinity District " Melrose. 

King's Cove, Trinity District " Milton, 

Upper and Middle Rocky Brook, Smith's 

Sound, Trinity Bay " Monroe. 

Russell's Cove, Trinity District " New Melbourne. 

Seal Cove, Trinity District " New Chelsea. 

New Harbor, Bonavista Bay •' Newport 

New Harbor, Notre Dame Bay " Newstead. 

New Harbor, St. Barbe District " Norton. 

Backlands, Bay St. George " O'Regan. 

Northwest Arm, New Bay, Twillingate 

District 1 " Osmonton. 

Marble Mountain, St. George's " | Mountain. 

Little Beaver Cove, Twillingate District " Port Albert. 

Ship Cove and Robin Hood, Trinity Bay " Port Rexton. 

Gravel's, Bay St George " Port au Port. 

Lance Cove, Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay " Petley. 

Portugal Cove, Trepassey Bay •' Portugal Ce, S. 

Newtown, Sunday Cove Island, Twillin- 
gate District " Port Anson 

Sibley's Cove, District of Placentia " Prowseton 

Seal Cove, Bonavista Bay " Princeton. 

Ha Ha, in Ha Ha Bay, District St. Barbe " Raleigh 

Mother Hicks, Oolinet Id. St. Mary's Bay " Regina. 

Fox Harbor, Random, Trinity Bay .... " Southport. 

Ship Cove, Bay D'Espoir, Fortune Bay. " St. Alban's. 

Scissor's Cove, Notre Dame Bay " Stanhope. 

Caplin Cove, Ferryland District " St. Michael's. 

Broad Cove, St. John's West " St. Philip's. 

Brighton, Bonavista District " Salvage Bay 

Flat Islands, Bonavista District " Sampson. 

Grand River Gut, Codroy Valley " Searston. 

Spaniard's Bay, Trinity District " Spaniard's Cove. 

Indian Arm, Bonavista Bay " Summerville. 

Little River Section and Station, Codroy, 

Bay St. George " St. Andrew's. 

Holyiood, Placentia and St. Mary's " St. Vincent. 

Broad Cove, Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay " Somerset. 

Farmer's Arm. Dildo Run, N. D. Bay . . " Summerford. 

Piper's Hole, Placentia Bay " Swift Current 

Tiltcn Harbor, Fogo District " Tilting. 

Toad's Cove, Bonavista Bay " Tor's Cove. ^ 

Fox Cove, Bonavista Bay " Tern pieman. 

Collier's Cove, District of Trinity " Thornlea. 

Shoal Bay, Bonavista Bay " "Wellington. 

Daniel's Cove, Smith's Sd, Trinity Bay.. " Waterville. 

North West Arm, Sweet Bay, Bonavista 

Bay " Winterbrook. 

Greenspond, White Bay, St. Barbe " Williamsport. 

W^estern Cove, White Bay " Westport. 

Witless Bay, Trinity Bay " Whiteway. 

Scilly.Cove, Trinity Ba^ " Winterton. 



A D VEU TISEMENTS—3 



JOB BROS. & CO. 

LIMITED 

WATER STREET, ST. JOHN'S, N. F. 

EXPORTERS OF 

Codfish, Pickled Fish, Cod Oil, Medicinal Codliver Oil, Seal Oil 

and Skins, Whale Oil, Bone and Fertilizer, Lobsters, 

Cod Roes, Smoked Caplin, 

and other Produce. 

AGENCIES 

The Royal Insurance Co., Limited, Liverpool — Fire and Life. 
The Union Marine Insurance Co., Limited — Liverpool. 
The National Fire Insurance Company — Hartford, Conn. 



MANAGERS OF 



JOB'S STORES, Ltd. 



DEALERS IN 



Provisions & Groceries, Naval Stores 
and Fishing Supplies. 

MANAGERS OF ' 

The Avalon Steamship Company (Limited). 
The Gwyde Shipping Company (Limited). 

The Ocean Shipping Company (Limited). 

The Wellington Steamship Company (Limited). 

The Hamilton Pulp & Lumber Co. ("Limited). 

JOB BROTHERS, W. & S. JOB & CO., Inc., 

Tower Building, Liverpool. 29 Broadway, New York. 

JOB BROS. & CO., Ltd., Halifax, N. S. 



AD VERTISEMENTS—Jf. 



KEEP YOUR MONEY 

IN CIRCULATION AT HOME. 

Encourage Home Industries 

BY USING HOMEMADE GOODS. 

We are Headquarters for 
all kiads of . . . 

Faney Biscuits, Confectionery, Syrups, MarniaJade, 
Jellies, Jams, Cakes, &c. 

J^ennie c§ Qo., <£imited, 

ST. JOIIN'^S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 




PUBLIC NOTICE. 



THE attention of the Public is directed to the following sec- 
tion of Chapter 36 of the Consolidated Statutes, dealing 
with " Nuisances and Municipal Regulations " : — 

" Any person who shall throw any Stone or Ballast, or anything 
else hurtful or injurious, into the Harbor cr Toadstead in this Co- 
lony or its Dependencies shall, for ever' < .once, be liable to a 
penalty not exceeding FIFTY DOLLARS, or to imprisonment 
for a period not exceeding Six Months. 

A. W. PICCOT, 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries. 



AD rSBTISEMENTS—5 



yi. ^arvey <5 Co., Xtd. 



MANUFACTURERS OK 



Nos. 1 & 2 HARDi BREAD, " Tip Top Soda, 
Pilot, Lunch, and Fancy BISCUITS. 

i*- Ask for TIP TOP, 
the " Quality Soda." 

Cable Address :-" Deerlake, St. John's. Codes :— A. B. C. 4th Ed. 
A.B.C. 5th Ed., A. 1, Western Union. 

W/A. J. ELLIS 

CONTRACTOR, BUILDER, 
AND APPRAISER 

Dealer in Cement, Sand, Mortar, Drain Pipes, Bends, Crushed Stone 

for Concrete, Junctions and Traps, Chimney Tops 

and Plate Glass — all sizes. 



ESTIMATES given for all kinds of work at the shortest 
notice. 

Store and Office— Adelaide Street. Stone Yard- 
Just East Custom House, Water Street. 

U. S. picture c§ portrait 
Companif. 

GENERAL IMPORTERS AND HOUSE FURNISHERS. 

We carry the largest and most up-to-date stock of FURNITTTRE and 
FURNISHINGS in the Colony. Sole Agents and Distributors for the 
celebrated 

Columbia Graphophone and 'Records. 

^f^ Catalogues and prices on application. 
Water Street, - St. John's, Newfoundland. 



AD VERTISEMENTS—6 




Sheep Treservation. 



1. It shall be lawful for the duly qualified electors, resident within an 
area or district within this Colony, to present to the Governor in Council *■ 
petition or requisition in the form prescribed in the Schedule to this Act, or 
as near thereto as may be. setting forth the ^limits or boundaries within 
which such area or district is comprised, and the names of the towns, har- 
bors or settlements included therein, and praying for a Proclamation pro- 
hibiting the keeping of dogs within such area or district. 

2. Such petition or requisition shall be sent to the nearest resident 
Stipendiary Magistrate, and shall be by him (after examination and certifi- 
cate as hereinafter provided) furnished to the Governor in Council, 

3. If, upon due scrutiny of such petition or requisition, the Stipendiary 
Magistrate shall find that the same contains the bona fide signatures of a 
majority of the duly qualified electors resident within the limits or, bounda- 
ries set forth in the said petition or requisition, he shall forthwith have a 
certificate to that effect endorsed upon or attached 'to the petition or requi- 
sition, and shall forward the same to the Governor in Council. 

4. Any Stipendiary Magistrate to whom such petition or requisition may 
be presented may, before certifying the same to the Governor 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 signa- 
tures of not less than a majority of the electors resident within any such 
area or district, certified as aforesaid, the Governor in Council shall issue a 
Proclamation or Public Notice prohibiting the keeping of dogs within such 
area or district. 

6. From and after the date prescribed in and by such Proclamation or 
Notice, it shall not be lawfiil for any person resident within such area or 
district, to keep, or have in his possession, or under his control, any dog 
within the area or district to which such Proclamation or Notice shall re-- 
late, under a penalty not exceeding Fifty Dollars or imprisonment for a 
term not exceeding Three Months. This prohibition shall not apply to any 
person or persons travelling or passing through such areas or districts and 
having a licensed dog or dogs in his or their possession, charge or control, 
and not at large. 

CHAS. H. HUTCHINGS, 

Justice of the Peace. 



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JAS. P. CASH 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 
TOBACCONIST 

Agent for the famous 

Master Workman Tobacco. 

Importer of and Dealer in all the leading brands of 

CUT AND PLUG TOBACCOS, CIGARS, 

CIGARETTES, WOOD & CLAY PIPES, 

AKD all SMOKERS' REQUISITES. 

P. O. Box 22 1. 

Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

JAMES BAIRD, Ltd. 

IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS 
AND PROVISIONS 



-EXPORTERS- 



Codfish, Cod Oil, Lobsters, 
Herrings and Furs. 



-AGENTS FOR- 



" Northern" Assurance Company, Ltd. 

OF LONDON, ENGLAND. 

Bear in mind that wo devote half of 
each week to 

SPECIAL SALES IN OUR DRY COODS SECTION. 



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Synopsis of Game Laws, Nfld. 



CARIBOU Xo (person shall pursue with intent to kill any Caribou from the 

1st day of February to the 3lst 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- de 
fined by gazetted proclamation. 

No non-resident may hunt or kill Deer (three Stag) without previously having 
purchased and procured a License (Fee, $50.00) for same. Lioensea to non-resident 
guides are issued, costing fifty dollars. 

No person may kill, or pursue with intent to kill, any Caribou with dogs or 
with hatchet, or with any weapon other than fire-arms, loaded with ball or bullet, 
or while crossing any pond, stream or water-course. 

Tinning or canning of Caribou is absolutely prohibited. 

It shall not be lawful for any person to purchase or receive in exchange from 
any other person any Venison, or any portion of the flesh of Caribou, at any time 
between the 1st day of January and the 31st 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. 

MOOSE.— No person shall hunS, kill, or pursue with intent to kill, any Moose 
or Elk within this Colony, under a penalty of two hundred dollars. 

BIRDS AND WltD RABBIT OR HARK. — No person shall hunt, kill, 
sell, purchase or have iu possession, any Ptarmigan or Willow Grouse (commonly 
called Partridge), nor any Curlew, Plover, Snipe, or other wild or migratory birds 
(except Wild Geese and Crows), or the eggs of any such birds ; nor shall shoot any 
Wild Rabbit or Hare within this Colony, between the 1st day of January in any 
year and the 20th day of September in the year succeeding, under a penalty not 
exceeding one hundred dollars, or imprisonment not exceeding three months. 

BEAVER.— Any person who shall hunt, kill, or pursue or take, any Beaver 
within this Colony at any time from the 1st day of October, 1913. to the 1st day 
October, 1918, shall upon conviction for the first oifence be imprisoned for two 
months with hard labour, with the option of a fine not exceeding two hundred 
dollars and not less than fifty dollars ; for the second oflfence, the penalty shall be 
imprisonment for six months with hard labbr, 

FOXES. — No person shall hunt, take, kill or capture, or pursue with intent to 
take, kill or capture, any Fox within this Colony or its dependencies, for any pur- 
pose, from the fifteenth day of March to the fifteenth day of October, in any year, 
under a penalty for each offence not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,00('), and not 
less than two hundred and fifty dollars (|250), and conflscition of animals or skins 
or, in default, to imprisonment not exceeding six months and confiscation of ani- 
mals and skins. 

TROUT AND SALiMON,— No person shall use'any appliance other than rod, 
hook-and-line, to catch any Salmon, Trout, or Inland water fishes, within fifty 
fathoms from either bank, on the strand, sea, stream, pond, lake or estuary, de- 
bouching into the sea. 

No person shall catch, kill or take, any Salmon or Trout in any river, brook, 
stream, pond, or lake In Newfoundland between the loth day of September in any 
year and the loth day of January in the succeeding year. 

License, non-resident, $10.00. 

GOWEK BABBITTS, Secretary. 

St, John's, Newfoundland, January ,|1917. 



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GODDEN k CO. 

Contracting 
Stevedores /^^^i^ 

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 Em- 
ployers' Liability Act. 

Nfld- Boot & Shoe Manufac- 
turing Co., Ltd- 



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The best things in this world are identitied by " NAMES." Next 
to the quality of product, its " NAME " is its most valuable feature. 
No one who has given a " NAME " to his product is willing to abandon 
it, "ONLY FOR MUCH MONEY." Therefore, 

Our " RED SEAL " Goodyear Boots for men, 

Our " LADY RICHMOND " for women ; 

"PROSPERITY" "LADY PRESCILLA," and "HONEST 
VALUE," in McKay Boots and Shoes for men, women and chil- 
dren, carry all the essentials to give satisfaction to customers. 

W. J. JANES, - - - Manager. 



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H. J. STABB 4 GO. 

a6ents for 



Com. Union Fire Insurance Comp'y, 
London, England. 

Palatine Fire Insurance Company, 
London, England. 

Standard Life Insurance Company, 

Edinburgh. 

ESTATE AGENTS AND GENE- 
RAL MERCHANTS. 

IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

Coal, Kerosene Oil. %>c. 

J 

Water-st. East, St. John's, N.F. 



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jAS. D. RYAN 

Wholesale 8c Family Grocer. 

Importer of Ceylon and China 

TEAS. 

P.O.B. 884. ST. JOHN'S. Phone 40. 

CHAPLIN 

KING OFyTAILORS. 



Tirst class Stock always on hand. 

(O) 

Water Street, - St. John's, Newfoundland. 

€MmmiE M§TEL, 

S. K. BELL, Proprietor. 

Conveniently situated for business men, being within a few minu- 
tes walk of the Banks, Steamship Piers, Churches and Public 
Halls. Replete with every modern convenience for accommoda- 
tion of guests. Fitted up with Lavatories, Bath Rooms, Hot and 
Cold Water, and heated throughout by Hot Water and lighted by 
Electricity. 



Foreign and Outport travellers are cordially invited to visit 
this Hotel and examine its advantages. Telephones in each room. 

DUCKWORTH STREET, ST, JOHN'S, N, F. 



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PUBLIC NOTICE. 



COPPER SMELTING ACT. 

To encourage the Smelting of Copper Ore in this Colony, 
SMELTERS and all machinery in connection therewith, 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 : — 

$1.00 per ton up to loo tons ; 50 centS per ton from lOO 
and up to 600 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 abovementioned articles in factories or buildings 
where more than ten persons are annually employed. 

All machinery in connection with above industry to be ad- 
mitted free of duty. 

Copies of the above Acts giving all parttculars may be ob- 
tained from the Department of Agriculture and Mines. 

SYDNEY D. BLA.IS3^DFORr), 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines. 
January, 191 7. 



At>VERTlSEMENTS~lS 



HARBOR REGULATIONS FOR THE 
PORT OF ST. JOHN'S. 



1. No vessel shall lemain lying at any wharf for a longer period than 
twenty. four hours with her main spanker or jib-boom rigged out. The 
Harbor Master shall direct all vessels with main spanker or jib-boom rigged 
out to have the same rigged in, and all accidents to such vessels resulting 
from the main spanker or jib-boom being rigged out contrary to the pro- 
visions of this section shall be at the risk of the owner of such vessels. 

2. If, in the opinion of the Harbor Master, any vessel anchored in the 
harbor is likely to sink or to become an obstruction to navigation, the Har- 
bor Master may, after giving twelve hours' notice to the owner or agent of 
such vessel, or without notice where there is no owner or known agent in 
St. John's, take charge of and remove such vessel, and may deal with and 
dispose of such vessel in such manner as he shall think necessary, to provide 
for the free navigation of the port ; and all expenses incurred under this 
section shall be borne by the vessel or her owners, and may be recovered 
with costs in au action in the name of the Harbor Master before a Stipen- 
diary Magistrate. 

EDWARD ENGLISH, 

Harbor Master. 
St. John's, Newfoundland, January, 1917. 

Extract from the Merchant Shipping Act referring to 
the Naming of Ships. 



REGULATIONS MADE BY THE BOARD OF TRADE, 

in conjunction with the Commissioners of Customs, 
under Sec. 50 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1906. 

UNDER the provisions of Section !50 of the Blerchant Shipping Act, 1906, the 
Board of Trade, in connection with the Commissioners of Customs, hereby 
make the following Regulations relating 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 Regis- 
trar of Shipping at the intended port of registry at least fourteen days before 
the date on which it is conteinplated to effect the registry. 

7. — Where it is intended 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 Blercantile Navy List ; but if the name does so appear, the Registrar 
shall transmit the application to the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen, 
and the case shall be treated in the manner laid down for registry in the British 
Islands. 

H. W. LeMESSURIER^ 

Registrar of Shipping. 
Department of Customs, January, 1917. 



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Customs' Circular, 

NO. 15. 



\ 1 7HEN TOURISTS, ANGLERS, AND SPORTSMEN, 
VV arriving in this Colony, bring with them Firearms and 
Ammunition, Tents, Canoes and Implements, Cameras, Bicycles, 
Anglers' Outfits, Trouting Gear, they shall be admitted under the 
following conditions : — A deposit equal to the duty shall be taken 
on such articles as 

Cameras, Bicycles, Trouting Poles, 

Firearms, Tents, Canoes, 

.and Tent Equipage. 

A receipt (No. "i), accordmg 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 checks. Receipt No. 2, 
if taken at an Outport Office, shall be mailed ai once directed to 
the Assistant Collector, St. John's ; if taken in St. John's, the 
Receipt No. 2 shall be sent to the Landing Surveyor. Upon the 
departure from the Colony of the Tourist, Angler or Sportsman, 
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 ihe result of his 
examination, 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 deposit for a refund may be 
taken upon such articles. 

H. W^. LeMESSURIER, 

Deputy Minister of Customs. 

Custom House, St. John's, N.F.,1 
December, 1913. J 



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The Mail Order Method 




PPEALS to our Customers because they have tried 
it and found it work so well. If you are in the 
market for DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET 
ARTICLES, SEEDS, FLAVORING ESSENCES or 
SPICES, and are not already a customer, we can do as 
well for you as for others. We have had many years' ex- 
perience in the Wholesale as well as the Retail business, 
^nd can show a record that can scarcely be matched by 
any firm in any line in Newfoundland. 

Prompt attention and fair and honourable dealing are 
our watchwords. Write to us for anything you need in 
the above lines. 

T. McMURDO & CO. 

CHEMISTS SINCE 1823. 

^ Water Street and Military Road, St. John's, N.F. 

llorwoo(lLiikr(jo.,LU., St. Mil's. 

#♦♦ 

OUR EQUIF^lVJIElSrT. 

Office and Builders' Supply Store — Water Street West, St, 

John's. 
Lumber Yard with Large Stock — Water Street West, St. 

John's. 
Lumber Wharf well Stocked — Water Street West, St. John's. 
Lumber Wharf and Large Stock Lumber — Water-st. East, 

St. John's. 
Planing Mill, Carpenter Shop, Match and Brush Factory, 

Dry Kilns, Etc. — Bambrick and Water Streets, St. John's. 
Circular Saw Mill — Campbellton, Notre Dame Bay, 
Gang Saw Mill — Dog Bay, Notre Dame Bay. 
Pulp Mill — Campbellton, Notre Dame Bay. 



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ESTABLISHED 1817. 



lank of iiontoal I 

FINANCIAL AGENTS FOE THE GOVERNMENT OF 
THE DOMINION OF CANADA. 

"Bankers for the Government 
of Newfoundland. 

CAPITAL— ALL PAID UP - - $16,000,000.00 

EEST . - - . 16,000,000.00 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS - • - 1,414,223.99 

TOTAL ASSETS - - - 365,215,541.85 

SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT : 

Deposits of One Dollar and upwards received, and interest 
allowed at best current rates. 

HEAD OFFICE :— MONTREAL. 

President — H. V. Meredith. 
General Manager — Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor, L.L.D. 

BRANCHES IN EVERY PROVINCE OF THE 
DOMINION OF CANADA. 

New York— Agent Bank of Montreal, 64 Wall Street. 
Chicago — Bank of Montreal- 
Boston — Merchants' National Bank. 
London, Eng.— Bank of Montreal, 46 & 47 Threadneedle-st. 

AGENTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. 

J. A. PADDON^ - Manager. 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



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A. GOODRIDGE & SONS 

Gleneral nMercliants, 

Wholesale and Retail Exporters of all 
Kinds of Produce. 

321 Water Street, St. John's^ Newfoundland. 



BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS : 

WITLESS BAY, TOAD'S COVE, FERRYLAND, 
RENEWS, CAPLIN BAY. 

Where FISHING OUTFITS can at all times be supplied. 
Highest prices given for all kinds of PRODUCE, and goods sup- 
plied at lowest prices. 

ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRIES. 






LIMITED 

President-Hon. M. G. WINTER. 
Manager - - Charles R. Duder. 

Office & Factory, - Water Street East. 

SOAP—" Perfection " and " Standard " Laundry Soap, Toilet 
Soap, Washing Powder, Candles, Washing Soda. 

PAINT — " Matchless " Liquid and Paste Paints in all shades. 

OILED CLOTHING— Single, bouble and Patched Clothes, 
Oiled Coats, Hats and Leggings, 



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Tk Caiiaiiiafl Bant of Commerce. 



Sir Edmond Walker, O.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L. - President. 
John Aird . . . . General Manager. 

H. V. F. Jones - Assistant General Manager. 

Capital - - «] 5,000,000 
Rest - - 13,500,000 
Total Assets - 288,000,000 

^^ Branches throughout Canada and in the 
following Cities '.— 

LONDON, ENGLAND, PORTLAND, ORE. 

NEW YORK, SEATTLE, 

SAN FRANCISCO, MEXICO. 

A GENERAL BANKING BUSI- 
NESS TRANSACTED. 

SAVINGS' BANK ACCOUNTS. 

These may be opened with ^1.00 and upwards. Interest 
will be allowed at best current rates. 

ST. JOHN'S BRANCH: 

S. M. LOGAN, - - Aana^er. 



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^4> . 

Subscribed Capital - - - $1,000,000 

Paid up Capital - - - 1,000,000 

Reserve - - - - - 250,000 

Estates and Trusts held December 31st, 1916, over $17,000,000. 
Authorized to act as Executors, Trustees and Financial Agents of 
descriptions. 

Appoint " The Eastern Trust Company " your Executor and 
Trustee. 

Head Office : Nfld. Office : 

Halifax, Nova Scotia. Pitt's Building, Water Street. 

"WE GO ON FOREVER." 

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA ! 

[Incorporated 1832.] 
Capital, $6,500,000; Reserve, $12,000,000. 

GENERAL OFFICE — TORONTO. 

H. J^. RIOEE^RDSOI^r, Qen. M:aii. 

HEAD OFFICE — HALIFAX, N. S. 

With 171 Branches la Canada, United States, West Indies ; and 
fourteen in Newfoundland : 

Bay Roberts, Bona'?ista, Burin, Carbonear, Grand Bank, Har. Grace, 
Bell Island. Bonne Bay, Brigus, Channel, Fogo, St. John's, Twillingate, 
Wesley ville. 

IMt- A general Banking business conducted. Drafts and Letters of 
Credit issued, available in all parts of the world. Special attention given 
to collections. Correspondence solicited. 

SAVINGS' DEPARTMENT.-Deposits of ONE DOLLAR • 
and upwards received and interest added semi-annually at highest cur- 
lent rates. 



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- - Don't Be - - 

Careless! 



DON'T Leave your Range Burners Burning when you aie not Using them: it 
costs money. 

DON'T Let the Flames lick up around the Outside of a Vessel or Pot ; turn 
the Flame down to the proper height and save money. 

DON'T allow the Range to become dirty and do not let rubbish collect under_ 
neath or around it. 

DON'T let Children plaj' arounil the Range or touch the Burners or Cocks. 

DON'T let your Range or Hot Plate be set right against or too close to a Wooden 
Wall or Partition. 

DON'T fail to Turn Off and Relight a Burner which has flashed back. This 
condition is indicated by a roaring sound and a yellow flame. 

DON'T Hang Clothes over the Range to Dry. 

DON'T Lean over the Lighted Top Burners of a Gas Range ; you might set fire 
to your garments in this way. 

DON'T Hang Curtains where they can be Blown over the Burners and set on fire. 

DON'T use Flimsy Covers or Hangings on Shelves that are directly above your 
Range ; or better still, avoid the use of Shelves above the Range where 
possible. 

DON'T use the Space between the Range and the Wall as a place to store 
Brooms, Clothes, etc. 

DON'T forget to Open Oven Door before Lighting Oven Burners. 

DON'T Turn on Gas until you have a Match ready. 

DON'T Leave Gas Turned oa while Looking for another Match. 

DON T Turn Oflf Pilot Light before the Oven Burners have. Lighted. 

DON'T Close Oven Door until you are sure that the Oven Burners have lighted 

DON'T Turn the Burners too Low. 

DON'T Tarn Up Burners after they have been Turned Down without First 
Looking to See that they are Lighted. 

DON'T Look for a Leak with a Lighted Match or.any other Open Flame. 

DON'T Hesitate to Call up your Gas Company when you need Advice or Help- 

JOHN SULLIVAN, 

Inspector General of Constabulary, 

and Chief of Fire Department- 



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JOHN MAUNDER 

Tailor and Clothier, 

2S1 and 283 DUCKWORTH STREET, 

St. John's, Newfoundland. 



fl@° Promptness, Durability, Satisfaction. Samples and Self- 
measurement Cards sent to any address. 

West End Pharmacy ! 

TELEPHONE 217. P,O.B. 723. 

We are noted for skilled and accurate dispensing. We make a 
specialty of Prescriptions and use a system of checking which 
makes mistakes almost impossible. 

Outport patrons will be pleased and satisfied with the manner in 
which we fulfil their commands. 

ta- In supplying or re-f itting MEDICINE CHESTS we 
guarantee satisfaction. 

H. COURTENAY, 433 Water-st. 

W. J. WHELHN. 

EXPERT WINDOW CLEANER. 



Windows Cleaned and Polished in Hotels, 

Offices, Club Rooms, Private Residences, School 

Rooms, Public Buildings, Etc. 

s@°" Satisfaclion Gu.araiiteed '^^l 

Oiders may be left with Janitor Board of Trade Building, or at 
182 Duckworth Street. [P. O. B. 11 27 E. 



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Codes used : 5th Ed. W. Union. P. O. Box 576 

The F. B. WOOD CO., Ltd. 

MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE 
DEALERS IN SUPERIOR 

CONFECTIONERY, 

JAMS AND JELLIES. 
MARMALADE, 

FRUIT SYRUPS, 

EXTRACT SPICES, 

BAKING POWDER, 

AERATED WATERS. 



Office and Factory : — Hamilton and Brine Streets, St. John's, Nfld. 



Garland's Bookstore ! 

NA/hofesale and Retail. 



All Books as pneseribed by the Council of Hig-hep Education for 
1917 Examination ape now in Stock. 



A Few of ouk mant Leading Lines: 

Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books Artists' Materials and Decorative Goods 

Music Books and Sheet Music Spectacles, Spy ami Mineral Glasses 

Educational and General Literature Fireworks, Fancy Lanterns, Fans, &c. 

Stationery and Account Books Pip s, and other Smoker's requisites 

Musical Instruments and Tutors Indoor & outdoor Gajiiesin great variety 

Watches and Clocks, Wedding rtings Trout and Salmon Tackle 

Jewellry.H'dware, Cutlery & Silverware Cricket, Football and Teanis Goods 

Enamel, Earthen, China and Glassware Dolls and Toys in great variety 



HEADQUARTERS FOR STYLO AND FOUNTAIN PENS. 

Express Carts, Doll's Carriages, Tricycles, Sleds, Boats, etc.. Coloured Pictures,. 
Engravings, Picture Mouldings, Mirrors, Glass, Local View Post Cards, &c. 

Sold Newfoundland Age^t for the Wonderful Pathe Opamaphones and 

Records, the Machine that requires no .Needle. 

S. E. GARLAND, THE LEADING BOOKSELLER, 

Garland Building, 177-179 Water-street EMt. 



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THE ROyAL BANK i CiNADA. 

[Incorporated 1869.] 

Capital Authorized 9 25,000,000 

Capital Paid up ' 11,560,000 

Reserve and Undivided Profits 13,174,000 

Total Assets , 198,000,000 

HEAD OFFICE— MONTREAL. 

Sir Herbert S. Holt, Pres. ; E. L. Pease, Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. 

326 Branches in Canada and Newfoundland. 

Twenty-eight Branches in Cuba, Porto Rico, Dominican 

> Republic and Costa Rica. 

BRITISH WEST INDIES 



Antigua — St. John's ; Bahamas — Nassau ; 

Barbados — Bridgetown ; Dominica — Roseau ; 

GRE^fADA — St. George's ; Jamaica — Kingston ; 

St. Kitt's — Basseterre. 

Trinidad — Port of Spain and San Fernando. 

' British Honduras — Belize. 

British Guiana — Georgetown, New Amsterdam, and Rose Hall, 

(Corentyne). 



LONDON, ENGLAND 

2 Bank Bldgs, 
Princess Street, E. C. 



NEW YORK CITY 

Cor. William 
and Cedar Streets. 



Business Accounts carried upon favorable terms. 
Savings Department at all Branches, 

NEVVFOTTNDLAND BRANCHES : 

St. John's— B. L, MITCHELL, Manager. 

St. John's, West End — A. Marshall, Mgr. ; Trinity, A. G. Joy, 
Mgr. ; Heart's Content — A. White, Mgr. 



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PAGE 

Agriculture and Mines — Dept. of 198 

Agricul. and Mines— Minister of... 198 

As.serably— House of 18 

Attorney General 177 

Auditor General and Office 20 

Bailiffs in St. John's 185 

Bank Fishery, 1915 : 354 

Banks in Newfoundland 296-299 

Barri.sters and Solicitors, Supreme 

Court 178 

Bishops—Church of England 282 

Roman Catholic 283--286 

Block House, Signal Station 200 

Boards of Kdiication, viz.: — 

Church of England (see app.) ... 160 

Roman Catholic (see app.) 165 

Methodist (see app.) 170 

Presbyterian 175 

Congregational , 175 

Salvation Army 175 

Board of Agriculture 198 

Board of Censors 293 

Boards, Road 258 

Board of Works 254 

Board, Nomenclature 293 

Board of Trade 293 

Board of Trade (Imp.), Commer- 
cial Intelligence Branch 293 

Board, Pharmacy 25 

British Ministry, The 16 

Broker, Authorized Customs 196 

Cable Connections 156 

Calendar of Months, &c.,' 1916. . . . 4-15 
Canadian Trade Commissioner in 

Newfoundland 299 

Censors. Board of 293 

Chief .Justice 178 

Chief Towns and Villages in Nfld. 

—Population o f (Census, 1911)... .360 

Circuit of Courts 178 

Clergymen of the Church of Eng- 
land in Newfoundland 282 

Clerg3-men of the Roman (Jatholic 

Church in Newfoundland 2'S5 

Clergymen of the Methodist Church ■ 

in Newfoundland 287 

Clergymen of the Presbyterian 

Church in Newfoimdland 290 

Clergymen of the Congregational 

Church in Newfoundland 290 

Clerks of the Peace 185 

Clerks of the Supreme Court 178 

Close Time for Fish and Game 333 

Collector of Customs, Assistant ... 196 
Colleges, viz.: — • 

Church of England 159 

Theological (Church of England) 284 

St, Bonaventure'a 165, 2So 



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Methodist 169 

Presbyterian 175 

Colonial and Continental Church 

Society 160 

Colonial Secretary & Department 21 
Commercial Intelligence Branch, 

Imperial Board of Trade 293 

Conimi-ssioner of Charities & Office 23 
Connnissionei's under Lunacy Act. 24 

Commi.ssioners of Pilots 204 

Commissioners of Supreme Court 
within and without Newfound- 
land (see app.) 179-183 

Commissioijers Wrecked Property 203 

Common Notes for Year, 1917 3 

Constables, Local 194 

Constables, St. John's & Outports 193 

Constabulary 191 

Consuls, Foreign 299 

Convents 286 

Council of Higher Education (see 

appendix) 158 

Courts, viz.: — Supreme 1''7 

District 183 

Customs' Department 196 

Customs' Tariff (Official) 362 

Deer, Close Time for 333 

Debt, Public, of Newfoundland 

1906-7 to 1915-16 369 

Dental Board 25 

Departments, Government, viz.: — 

Agriculture and Mines 198 

Auditor Geneial 20 

Colonial Secretary 21 

Commissioner of Charities (-Sub). 23 

Education (Sub) 158 

Finance and Customs 195 

Justice 177 

31 arine and Fisheries 202 

Public Works 254 

Post Office 26 

Dejiartmental Officers.; 17 

Directorv of Newfoundland and 

Labrador. Post Office 95-152 

Distances, Table of Newfoundland 

and Foreign 342-347 

District Courts 185 

District Surgeons 24 

Eclipses in 1917 3 

Educational vStatistics 176 

Bdvioational, Gov't Boards of : — 
Church of England (see app.) ... 160 

Roman Catholic (see app. ) 165 

Methodist (see app.) 170 

Presl>3'terian 175 

Congregationalist 175 

Salvation Army 175 

Educational, Super, of (see app.)... 158 



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Educational (Sub) Department — 

Government 158-175 

Election, 1913— Result of 18 

Examiners for Granting 
Certificates to School 

Teachers 158.106,175 

Examiners for Granting Certifi- 
cates to Masters and Mates 208 

Examiners for Granting Certifi- 
cates to Engineers 203 

Executive Council 17 

Executive Council since 1855 316 

Expenditure, Nfld.— 1906-1907 to 

1915-1916 359 

Expenditure, Detailed Compara- 
tive Statement of Newfoundland 

—1914-15 to 1915-1916 356 

Expenditure, Surplus Trust and 

Loan— 1914-15 to 1915-16 357-358 

Exports, Value of Newfoundland 

—1906-7 to 1915-16 35i) 

Exports, Principal Articles of — 

1913-14 to 1915-16 353 

Exports of Newfoundland to each 

country, 1911-12 to 1915-16 351 

Ferries and Ferrymen 254 

Finance, Department of 195 

Finance Minister 195 

Fiona, S. S 203 

Fish— Close Time for 3.33 

Fisheries, Bank and Seal 854 

Fisheries' Board 203 

Fire Depart. — Constabulary 194 

Fog Signals — Nfld., Canadian in 

Nfld., and St. Pierre 210-253 

Franked Letters 29 

Game— Close Time 333 

Game Protection Board 203 

Gaols and Gaolers 195 

Government Engineer 21 

Governor of Newfoundland 17 

Governors of Nfld. since 1729 833 

Governor's Private Sec'y 'see app. ) 17 

Governors, Hospital (see app.) 24 

Harbor Dues. St. John's 207 

Harbor Master, St. John's 207 

Health Officers, St. John's and 

Outports 24 

High and Low "Water — Time of in 

Newfoundland Harbors 349 

Higher Education — Council of 1,58 

Hospital, Governors (see app.) 24 

Hospitals, St. John's and Outports 24 

House of Assembly 18 

Imports — ^Value of Newfoundland 

—1906-7 to 1915-16 359 

Imports of Nfld. from each coun- 
try, 1911-12 to 1915-16 351 

Imports — Principal Articles of — 

191.3-14 to 1915-16 352 

Incorporated Bodies 312 

Inspector-General of Constabulary 191 

Inspector of Pickled Fish and Oils 303 



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Inspectors of Schools (see app.)... 158 

Inspector of Customs 198 

Inspectors of AVeights & Measures 21 

Judges — Supreme Court 178 

District Courts 185 

Justices of the Peace 185 

Keepers of Half-way Houses 2.54 

King's Counsel 178 

King's Printer 293 

Latitude and Longitude of various 

Harbors of Newfoundland .'... 348 

Law Society 178 

Legislation — Synopsis of , 1916 334 

Legislative Council 17 

Light Dues 207 

Lighthouses in Nfld.; Canadian in 

Nfld. and St. Pierre 210-253 

Lighthouses (see app.) 220 

Lloyd's Surveyor 203 

Loan.s, Nfld. Debentures aud Pub- 
lic Debt, 1906-7 to 1915-16 359 

Lunatic Asylum 24 

Magistrates — Stipendiary 186 

Mails — Despatch and Receipt of, 

.St. John's 80 

Mails — Information Relative to 

Route and Despatch of 80-92 

Marine Disasters Fund Committee 293 
Marine andi Fisheries — Depart- 
ment of 203 

Marine and Fisheries — Minister of. 203 
Masters and Mates — Rules relative 
to Examination & Fees for Cer- 

tiflcates for 20g 

Masters, Supreme Court 177 

Blayor, St. John's (Chairman Mu- 
nicipal Council) 293 

Medical Board 25 

Medical Practitioners in Nfld 25 

Mercantile Marine OflSce 203 

Meteorological Register, 1916 4-15 

Minister of Agriculture and Mines 198 

Minister of Finance and Customs.. 197 

Minister of Marine and Fisheries... 203 

Minister, Prime 21 

Minister of Public Works 254 

Ministrv— The British 16 

Money Order Offices, Nfld S3 

Money Orders — Rules relative to 

and Commission on 32, 24 

Money Orders, List of Countries 

to which they may be sent 33 

Moon— Phasesof, 1917 4-15 

Museum 199 

Municipal— Office and Officers, St. 

Johns 294 

Municipal Assessment, St. John's.. 294 
Newspapers printed in the Colon/ 315 
Nomenclature, Settlements re- 
named ■ 3 45 

Nomenclature BoaTrd, Members of. 293 

Notaries Public 190 

Observatory— Keeper of 22 



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Officials, Government, viz.: 

Agriculture and Mines— Depart- 
ment of 198 

Auditor-General— Depart, of ... 20 
ChaiitJes — Public, Sub-Depart- 
ment of 23 

Colonial Secretary— Depart, of.. 21 

Constabulary 191 

Customs — Depart, of 19,5 

Departmental 17 

Education— Sub- Department of. 153 

Finance — Department of 195 

Government Engineer's Office ... 21 

Government House (see app.) ... 17 

House of Assembly 20 

Justice — Department of 177 

Legislative Council 17 

Legislature 20 

Lighthouse8[(8ee app.) 220 

Magistracy 18.5 

Mavme & Fisheries — Depart, of. 203 

Old Age Pensions 19.5 

Penitentiary 195 

Police Courts 182 

PostOffice— Depart, of 2(i 

Postal Telegraphs l."i:) 

Piime Minister 21 

Public Charities — Sub-Depart, of 215 

Public Works— Depart, of 2-4 

Supreme Court 177 

Parcel Post and Rates 36-()3 

Patents in force in Newfoundland. 302 

Penitentiary 195 

Pensions, Old Age, Acct. of 195 

Pharmacv Board 25 

Pickled Fish and Oils— Inspect, of 203 

Pillar Boxes in St. John's 27 

Pilots and Commissioners of Pilots 205 

Pilotage — Rates of 205 

Police Force, St. John's & Out- 
ports 191-194 

Poor Asylum, St. John's 24 

Popiilation of Chief Towns and. 

Villages in Nfld. {Census, 1911),. .350 
Population of Kfid. according to 

Denomination (Census, 19111 361 

Population of Nfld., Male and Fe- 
male (Cen.sus, 1911) 360 

Population of St. John's (Census, 

1911) 17 

Population of St. John's, according 

to Denomination 'Census. 1911).. 361 

Port Charges, St. John's 208 

Postal Rates — Local, Inland and 

Foreign 29-31 

Postal Orders 35 

Postal Telegraphs.' 1.52 

Postmaster General 26 

Post Office — Department of the... 26 

Post Office Directory 95-152 

Post, Office General Directions to 

tWb Public 93 

Post Office Parcel Post and Rates, 36-63 



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Post Office Branch, St. John's 27 

Post Office Pillar Boxes, St. John's 27 
Post Office Rules and Regulations, 

re-delivery 27 

Post Offices in Outports 64-79 

Preventive Officers 197 

Prime Minister and Office 21 

Proclamations Prohibiting Sale of 

Intoxicating Liquors 319-323 

Proclamations under Sheep Protec- 
tion Acts 324-.332 

Public Chariiies, Sub-Depart, of... 23 

Commissioner of. 23 
Public Debt of Newfoundland, 

1906-7 to 19L5-16 360 

Public Debt Office 195 

Public Works — Department of ... 254 

Minister of 2.""4 

Quarantine Officers 20S 

Registrar General of Births, &.c., 

and Office 21 

Registrar of Shipping 199 

Registrar Royal Naval Reserve ... 21 

Registrar of Deeds 177 

Relieving Officers in Outports .... 23 
Revenue of Newfoundland, 1906-7 

to 1915-16 359 

Revenue of Ntid., Comparative De- 
tailed Statement, of 1914-15 

to 1915-16 355 

Road Boards — Outports ^58 

Road Inspector — Outsort 254 

Road Inspectors— St. John's 254 

Ro3'al Family 16 

Rulers of some of the Chief Coun- 
tries in the World 3 

Salvation Army, Officers of — in 

Newfoundland 290« 

Sanitary Department, St. John's 

Municipal Council 294 

Savings' Bank, Nfld. (see app.) . . . . 295 

Seal Fishery, 1916 354 

Seasons 3 

Sessions of Court 177 

Settlements re-named 144 

School, viz.: — 

Belvidere 286 

Central Training 160 

Convents 166, 167, 168 

Holy Cross 166 

Mount Cashel (Industrial) 286 

St. Bride's 286 

St. .Joseph's 286 

St. Patrick's 285 

St. Vincent (St. John'.s) 286 

Schools, Return of Government ... 176 

Sheriff 178 

Sheriff.s, Deputy— in Outports 183 

Shipping Master and Office 204 

Shipping, Survevors of 197 

Signals, Block House 206 

Solicitors of Supreme Court 178 

Stamp Vendors, Licensed 38 



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vSt. John's, I'opulation of 17, 361 

Sub-Collectors of Customs 196 

Supreme Court 177 

Surveyor, Government & Lloyd's .. 203 

Surveyors, Deputy Land 198 

Surveyors of Shipping (see app.)... 197 
Surveyors of Lumber (see app.) ... 199 
Surveyors of Passenger Accommo- 
dation 198 

Superintendent of Telegraphs lii2 

Super, of Education '.see app.) 1R8 

Synod, Diocesan — of Ntld 284 

Tariff, Customs (Official) 3H2 

Telegraph Stations — Covdrument . 153 

Anglo-American 3j0 

Telegraph Operators, Govern't. .153-156 
Tcleg'ph Rates, Local & Foreign 155, 300 



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Time, Difference of — between St. 

John's and Foreign Places 34/ 

Towage Rates 205 

Trade, Nfld.— 1906-7 to 1915-16 ... 359 

Treasury Board 196 

Water Companies : 

Harbor Grace 295 

Carbonear 295 

Placentia 295 

Water Rates : — 

St. Jolm's, Harbor Grace, Car- 
bonear and Placentia 295 

Water, Time of High and Low 349 

Weights and Measures Inspectors 

of 21 

Wreck Commissioners 204 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 
Anglo - American Telegraph Co., 

(see colored page) — opposite 305 

Ayre & Sons, Ltd,, General Im- 
porters (outside back cover). 
Baird, James, Ltd., General Im- 
porters and Merchants 7 

Bank of Montreal 16 

Bank of Nova Scotia 19 

Bishop, Sons & Co., General Mer- 
chants (front cover). 
Bowring Bros., Ltd., Ship-owners, 

(before title page>. 
Cash, James P., Wholesale and 

Retail Tobacconist i7 

Chaplin, King of Tailors 11 

Canadian Bank of Commerce 18 

Commercial Union Fire Insurance 

Company, Limited 10 

Confederation Life Association ... 24 
Connors, Frank J., Saddler, &c., 

(before title page). 
Courtenay, H.,|A\'^est End Pharmacy 21 

Crosbie Hotel 11 

Customs' Circular 14 

Don't Be Careless 20 

Eastern Trust Company 19 

Ellis, Wm. J., Contractor, &c. ... 5 

Garland's Book Stores 22 

Gas Cookers (Ijefore title page). 

Game Laws of Newfoundland 8 

Godden & Co., Contractors, &;o. ... 9 

Goodridge & Sons, Alan 17 

Grey & Goodland, Printers, &c. ... 24 
Harvey & Co., A., Manufacturers 

of Hard Bread, &c 5 

Harbor Regulations 13 

Horwood Lumber Company 15 



Job Bros. & Co., Exportei 8 of Cod- 
fish, Pickled fi.sh, &c 

Keep Your Money 

Marshall Bros, (see colored page) 
opposite 

Maunder, John, Tailor, &c 

McMurdo & Co., Wholesale and 
Retail Druggists 

Newfoundland Postal Telegraphs 
(see colored page) opposide 

Newfoundland Boot and Shoe Co.. 

Nomenclature — List of Places re- 
named 

Nuisances and Municipal Regula- 
tions 

Outerbridge, P. E., Agent ({ifter 
1 title page). 

■ Public Notice — Copper Smelt'g Act 
I Regulations under Merchants' 

! Shipping .\ct 

j Rennie Baking Company 

Royal Gazette Printing'Office, 
(inside cover). 

Royal Insurance Co., Job Brothers 
and Co., Agents 

Ryan, J. D., AVholesale Groc'?r ... 

Stabb & Co , H. J., Estate i^ gents 
and General Merchants 

Standard Life Insurance Co 

Standard Manufacturing Co 

Sheep Pre.servation 

The Mail Order Method 

The Royal Bank of Canada 

U. S. Picture and Portrait Co 

West End Pharmacv 

Wood Co., Ltd.— The F. B 

Whelan, W, J, — Window Cleaner . 



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APPENDIX 

(Corrected to Gazetic of February J3ih, 1917.) 



GOVERNMENT HOUSE-page 17. 

Private Secretary and Aidc-de-Cawp—Cn-pt. C. J. M. Riley, M. C. 
Honorary Private Secretary — Hon. Robert "Watson. 

GENERAL HOSPITAL-page 24. 
Board of Governops. 

Add M. Chaplin, G. Shea ; omit Hon. J. A. Robinson, C. O'N. Conroy, K.C. 

COUNCIL OF HIGHER EDUCATION-page 15^. 
Add R. K. Kennedy, (Superintendent of R. C. Schools, Harbor C'race.) 

SUPKRINTENDENTS OF EDUCATION-page 158. 

Roman Catholic Schools, Diocese of Harbor Grace — Ronald K. Kennedy. 

BOARDS OF EDUCATION. 

Church of England —page 160. 

6. Bay of Islands — Add Geo. Perrett ; Omit James T. Thome. 
27. Fogo — Add Mark Jone.s ; Omit James Jones. 

v?8. Heart's Content — Add John George (of Francis) ; Omit G. E. Charlton. 
56. Rose Blanche — Add Philip Stickland ; Omit James Le Moine. 

66. Spaniard's Bay — Add George Vokej' ; Omit Wm. Smith. 

67. Tack's Beach— Add Henry Monks; Omit James Ht own. 

70. Trinity — Add Rev. C. M. Stickings, F. J. Morris, James D. Lockyer ; 
Omit Rev. H. J. Whitehouse, Henry G. Burnell. 

Roman Catholic— page 165. 

St. Bona^ienture's College — Directors — Add Hon. P. T. McGrath, Ll.D., J. J. 
McGrath, W. J. Carroll, F. J. Doyle. 

1. St. Johns— Add Rev. H. T. Renouf, C. O'N. Conroy, K.C, P.J.Summers, 
W. J. Ellis, J. F. Parker, John Fenelon, John Barron, W. J. Higgins. 
21. St. Jacques— Add W. T. Burke. 

Methodist— page 170. 

29. Trinity — Add Geo. Dawe (Summerville), Stanley Barbour (Tlinity) ; 

Omit Samson White, Jesse Christian. 
48. Moreton's Harboi — ^dd Hedley Brett ; OmJ/ Walter Brett. 

65. Epworth — Add Heber Paul (Mud Cove); Omt/ Thos. Roberts. 

9. Port-de-Grave — Add Wm. Bussey (of Thos.) ; Omit Isaac Husse)-. 
17. Lower Island Cove — Add Geo. Johnson, Hedley Morris ; 
Omit Benj. Morris, Israel Cooper. 

33. Musgraveiown — Add Isaiah Pye (Brooklyn) : Omit Ez. Lethbridge. 
41. Barr'd Islands — Add Zebedee Ford ; Omit James Ford, 

66. Fortvnt—Add Geo. S. Dixon ; Omit S. G. Piercey, 



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SURVEYOR OF SHIPPINQ-page 197. 
Add — Garnish — B. A. Brazill. 

SURVEYORS OP LUMBER-page 199. 

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Add — Gander Bay — Frank Hofif. 

Omit — Gander Bay — John-W. Webb. 

" Catalina — A. J. Ctocker. 

" Deer Lake — John J. Ivany. 

Exploits, North Arm — John JefFeries. 

Gamho — Thomas Curran. 
" Gamho — J. S. Puddister. 
" George's Pond — L. Moxfield. 
" Grand Falls — Louis Woolfrey. 
" Norwood — Robert Pike. 
" Nciv Harbor (T. B.)—X. J. Pollett. 
" Notre Dame Junction — A. Freeman. 
" Spaniard's Bay — M. Ryan. 

St. Mary's— E. J. Power. 
" Tizzard's Harbor— B. Sm&W. 

COMMISSIONERS OP AFFirsAVITS SUPREME COURT-p. 180. 

Biihop's Falls— E. B. Colbourne, J. P. 
Grand Falls— Add H. F. Fitzgerald, J. P. 

LIGHTHOUSES-page 220 

Insert the follo'wing between Green Point, Bay Roberts, and Brigus North, 
viz. : — 

Station — Cupids Cove. 

PosiVion— Latitude, North iT 3S' 10". Longitude, West 53° 13' 20". 

Color of Light — White. 

Character and Period — Occulting. Light, 4 seconds ; Eclipse, 4 seconds. 
Light, 4 seconds ; Eclipse, 4 seconds. 

Height in feet above -High Watei — .S7J feet. 

Description of Building — Round Iron Light Tower. A small Store corrected 
Tower by covered passage way. 

Year established — 1916. 

Remarks— In operation during open navigation. 

NFLiD. GOVERNMENT SAVINGS' BANK-page 295. 
Directors— Add P. F. Moore, M. H. A.; Omit M. J. Kennedy, 1*1. H. A.