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1911 McALPINE GAZETTEER

TOWNS, VILLAGES AND SETTLEMENTS

INTRO     A - B     C - F     G - K     L - N     O - R     S - Z

 

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GAD’S HARBOR, in St. Barbe district; a small place in the western arm of Bonne Bay. All connections at Bonne Bay. Pop. 34.

GAFF TOPSAIL, a station, 23 miles from Millertown Junction on Bishops Falls section, Reid Nfld. Railway; has express and postal telegraph office.

GALLBOY HARBOR, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. All connections at LaPoile.

GALE’S HARBOR, a small settlement in Bay St. George district, on the south side of Point Rose. All connections at or the same as Codroy. A lobster factory. Pop. 9.

GALLOW’S COVE, in Ferryland district. See Witless Bay.

GALLOW’S HARBOR, (St. Joseph’s) in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Placentia.

GATTON’S ISLAND, a post settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district, in Placentia Bay. Contains 1 store.

GAMBO, a post and money order office in Bonavista district a station on Reid Nfld. Railway, 9 miles from Alexander Bay. Contains customs, express and postal telegraph offices. Pop. 110.

GANDER BAY, a post, money order office and postal telegraph, fishing and lumbering settlement in Fogo district; nearest post of entry, Fogo, railway station, Glenwood, 39 miles. All other connections at or the same as Change Islands; winter mails by rail and courier via Glenwood. Contains 1 store, 1 sawmill, 1 mission house. Pop. 550.

GANDER BAY (North Side), a post settlement in Fogo district.

GARGAMELLE, Ingornachoix Bay, a post French fishing settlement in St. Barbe district; nearest railway station, Curling, 150 miles. All other connections at or the same as Bonne Bay. Pop. 18.

GARIA, (Bay and Harbor), a fishing settlement in Burgeo and LaPoile district, west of LaPoile Bay; post, money order, telegraph and all other connections at or the same as Little Harbor (LaPoile), or Rose Blanche, about 9 miles each. Pop. 5.

GARNISH, a post and money order office village in Fortune Bay district; nearest telegraph, port of entry, Burin, by land, 18 miles; nearest railway station, Placentia, 18 miles. Contains 5 stores, postal telegraph, 3 churches, Church of England, Methodist and Salvation Army. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers call here; has lighthouse at entrance of harbor. Pop. 570.

GARRETT’S, in Trinity district, near Northern Bight.

GARROTT’S COVE, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Bay Bulls Arm.

GASKIERS, a post office and fishing settlement in St. Mary’s Bay, district of Placentia and St. Mary’s. All connections at or the same as St. Mary’s, 2 miles. Pop. 125.

GASTERS, a small fishing settlement in Harbor Main district. Nearest post town, Avondale.

GAULTOIS, a post and money order village in Fortune Bay district in Hermitage Bay, on south coast of Newfoundland, 12 miles ease of Pass Island. Contains customs, 2 stores, 2 churches, Church of England and Catholic. Bowring Bros. And Nfld. Produce Co.’s steamers call. Pop. 150.

GENEVIEVE Bay, a fishing station in St. Barbe district, including the following settlements: Forrester’s Point, Black Duck Cove, Pond Cove, etc. Nearest post office, Gargamelle; money order and telegraph, Bonne Bay; port of entry, Flower’s Cove; railway station, Curling, 188 miles.

GEORGE’S BROOK (Smith Sound), a post, lumbering, brick making and fishing settlement, district of Trinity, a station on the Bonavista branch Reid Nfld. Railway. Nearest port of entry and coastal steamer, Clarenville, 5 miles, by courier. All other connections at or the same as Shoal Harbor, 5 miles. Contains 1 church, 1 school. Pop. 74.

GEORGE’S COVE, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Seal Island. Pop. 25.

GEORGE’S COVE, a small fishing settlement in Trinity Bay district. All connections at or the same as Bonavista. Pop. 20.

GEORGE’S ISLAND, on Labrador coast. A port of call.

GEORGE’S RIVER, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Rigolet.

GEORGE’S RUN, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Batteaux.

GEORGESTOWN (Conception Bay), a post office and small fishing settlement in Port-de-Grave district. Nearest railway station, Salmon Cove. All other connections at or the same as Brigus. Pop. 150.

GILLAM’S COVE, in St. George’s district. Nearest post town, Curling.

GILLARD’S COVE (Twillingate, South Island), a fishing settlement in Twillingate district. All connections at or the same as Twillingate. Pop. 40.

GILLISPORT, formerly Grand River, a post settlement in St. George’s District. Farming the principal industry; it is 6 miles from Codroy, 26 miles from Channel. Contains 1 carding mill, 1 store and Catholic church. Nearest railway station, Little River, 5 miles. Pop. 250.

GIN COVE (Smith Sound), Trinity district. Farming and fishing settlement. All connections at Britannia Cove. Pop. 23.

GLENBURNIE, a small place in the Western Arm of Bonne Bay. All connections at or the same as Bonne Bay.

GLENWOOD, a post and money order office in Twillingate district. Glenwood is the center of a lumbering district, situated on Reid Nfld. Railway, name of station, Glenwood, 14 miles from Notre Dame Junction. Contains 3 stores, postal telegraph, express and 1 large saw mill; it is a preventive station, also noted for good hunting and fishing grounds. Pop. 160.

GLIDE BROOK, a small settlement in St. George district. All connections at or the same as Curling. Pop. 15.

GLOVER HARBOR, in Twillingate district. Nearest post town, Leading Tickles.

GLOVERTOWN, a post and money order office in Bonavista district, situated on the Terra Nova River, 4 miles from Alexander Bay station, 50 miles from Clarenville and 20 miles from Port Blandford. Lumbering is the principal industry, there are several saw mills, 2 stores and Methodist church. Pop. 150.

GOBLIN BAY, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Pushthrough.

GOD BAY, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. Nearest post town, Channel.

GOD HARBOR, near Garnish in Fortune Bay district.

GODDENVILLE, a post, farming settlement in Harbor Grace district; nearest money order office and port of entry, Bay Roberts, 6 miles; telegraph, Tilton, 4 miles; railway station, Little Pond, half mile. All other connections at Harbor Grace, 10 miles. Contains 1 church. Pop. 23.

GODFATHER COVE, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Western Cove, White Bay.

GOLD COVE (White Bay), in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Western Cove, White Bay.

GOLDEN BAY, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Placentia.

GOOD BAY, (Port au Choix), in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bonne Bay.

GOOSE ARM, a small settlement in Bay St. George district. Connections same as Curling. Nearest post town, Middle Arm. Pop. 30.

GOOSE BAY, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Brooklyn, Musgravetown.

GOOSE BAY, a station on Bonavista branch, Reid Nfld. Railway.

GOOSE COVE, a post and money order office in St. Barbe district, 18 miles from Croc Harbor, 94 miles from Tilt Cove. Pop. 100.

GOOSE COVE, S.W. Arm, in district of Trinity, included in Trinity Harbor.

GOOSEBERRY, a small settlement in district of Placentia and St. Mary’s. All connections at or the same as Placentia, 25 miles north. Pop. 25.

GOOSEBERRY COVE, a post settlement in Trinity district, 12 miles from Northern Bight, on Reid Nfld. Railway. Pop. 100.

GOOSEBERRY ISLAND, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Flower’s Cove.

GOOSEBERRY ISLANDS, a post and money order office in Bonavista district. Contains express office and Salvation Army Barracks. Fishing the principal industry. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers call.

GOSHEN’S ARM, a small fishing settlement in district of Twillingate. All connections at or the same as Herring Neck. Pop. 20.

GOUFRE, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Englee.

GOULD’S (Bay Bulls Road), a post, farming and fishing settlement in St. John’s West district; all other connections at or the same as St. John’s. Pop. 200.

GOULD’S (Brigus), a post, fishing and farming settlement in Port-de-Grave district; nearest money order, telegraph, port of entry, and railway station, Brigus. Contains 2 stores, church and Anglo-American telegraph. Pop. 200.

GOULD’S BROOK, in St. Barbe district, a part of Bear Cove. Nearest post town, Flower’s Cove.

GOVERNOR’S ISLAND, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bay of Islands.

GRADY, a fishing settlement on the Labrador coast. Mail steamers seven times, more or less, during the summer, according to state of ice. Pop. 10.

GRAND BANK, (Fortune), a post and money order office, telegraph, preventive station, fishing, farming and shipping torn in Burin district. A port of call for reid Nfld. Steamer from St. John’s to Port-aux-Basques, and from Placentia. Nearest railway station, Placentia, 125 miles; banks, St. John’s, 245 miles. A steamer makes fortnightly trips from St. Pierre, Miq., returning day after arrival. Contains 11 stores, several boarding houses, Newfoundland express, 1 saw mill, reading room, 1 cod liver oil refinery, court house and jail. Masonic Hall and Salvation Army barracks. A large business is done here in the foreign export of fish, and Bank fishing. Place has grown much in recent years.

GRAND BAY, a fishing settlement in Burgeo and LaPoile district. All connections at or the same as Channel. Pop. 90.

GRAND BEACH (Fortune Bay), a small fishing settlement in Burin district. Nearest post and all other connections at or the same as Grand Bank (Fortune), 10 miles. Pop. 80.

GRAND BROOK, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. Nearest post town, Channel.

GRAND BRUIT, a post and money order office in Burgeo and LaPoile district, 27 miles from Port-aux-Basques. Reid Nfld. Co.’s mail steamers call here. Contains 1 store, Methodist church, express office, 2 lobster canneries. Pop. 175.

GRAND COVE (Confusion Bay), in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Tilt Cove.

GRAND FALLS, a post and money order town in Twillingate district, a town of some importance being the headquarters of the Anglo-Nwfld. Development Co.’s pulp and paper mills. Both in extent and perfect equipment these mills are amongst the finest factories of their kind in the world; when working at full pressure the mills turn out 120 tons of paper, 200 tons of mechanical pulp, and 25 tons sulphite pulp daily. The town is situated on the Reid Nfld. Railway, 276 miles west of St. John’s. Contains 5 stores, 2 hotels, 5 churches, Church of England, Methodist, Catholic, Presbyterian and Salvation Army, express, customs and telegraph offices. Pop. About 2,000.

GRAND FERRY, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Garnish.

GRAND ILETTES HARBOR, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Conche.

GRAND JOHN, a fishing settlement in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post office and money order, Bay L’Argent; telegraph, Long Harbor; port of entry and coastal steamer, St. Jacques; all others same as Bay L’Argent. Pop. 60.

GRAND LaPIERRE, in Fortune Bay district near Belloram, Bay L’Argent.

GRAND LAKE, a post and money order office in Twillingate district, a station on Bishops Falls branch of reid Nfld. Railway. Contains 1 store, 1 hotel, express and postal telegraph office, good fishing, shooting and hunting in vicinity. Grand Lake, a beautiful sheet of water, is nearby.

GRAND LAKE, a beautiful lake, about 60 miles long by 5 miles wide. The land surrounding it is covered with timber. It abounds with fine fish, and discharges its waters into the Atlantic through Humber Sound.

GRAND RIVER (Hamilton Inlet). See Gillisport.

GRAND RIVER GUT, (Codroy Valley). See Searston.

GRAND VACHE, situated on north side of White Bay, in St. Barbe district, a fishing settlement. Nearest post town, Western Cove. Pop. 40.

GRANDY’S BROOK, a settlement in Burgeo and LaPoile district. All connections, Burgeo, 7 miles, by row-boat in two or three hours; is a fine stream for sea trout and salmon. Inhabitants mostly half-breeds and Indians. Sportsman’s paradise, great numbers visit every year, grand salmon fishing. Pop. 30.

GRANDY’S COVE, (or Lower Burgeo), in district of Burgeo and LaPoile. See Burgeo.

GRANDY’S ISLAND, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Western Cove, White Bay.

GRANDY’S ISLAND, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. Nearest post town, Burgeo.

GRANDY’S OLETS, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Conche.

GRANDY’S PASSAGE, in Burgeo and Lapoile district. Nearest post town, Rose Blanche.

GRANDY’S POINT, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Valen, Placentia Bay.

GRANSWAY, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Conche.

GRANT’S, a station on Reid Nfld. Railway, 11 miles from Alexander Bay, on Clarenville section.

GRANT’S COVE, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Belloram, Bay L’Argent.

GRAPNELL COVE, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Tilt Cove.

GRASSEY, on Strait of Belle Isle. Nearest port of call, Blanc Sablon.

GRASSEY BROOK, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Trepassey.

GRAVELS, Bay St. George. See Port-au-Port.

GREAT BRAHA, a post settlement in St. Barbe district. Pop. 49.

GREAT BURIN, a post, money order, telegraph, Newfoundland express, port of entry, fishing and farming village and capital of Burin district. Nearest railway station, Placentia, 45 miles; coastal mail steamer from st. john’s, 190 miles. Contains several general stores and traders, court house and gaol, hotel, several halls, 4 churches - Church of England, Methodist, catholic, Salvation Army, 1 convent and schools, magnificent harbor, with two narrow entrances always accessible, there being an island in the middle of the Gut. A lighthouse on Dodding Head. Burin does a considerable trade with halifax. Pop. 2,000, including the small places immediately in and around Burin.

GREAT CAT ARM and LITTLE CAT ARM, in district of St. Barbe, White Bay; nearest post office, Jackson’s Arm; money order office, Western Bay. Pop. 30.

GREAT CODROY, a river in district of St. George flowing southwest into the Gulf of St. Lawrence through the most picturesque scenery. Length about 60 miles. Its banks are covered with excellent timber.

GREAT CODROY, a post settlement in St. George district, situated on the Great Codroy River. Farming and lumbering are the principal industries.

GREAT CODROY ARM, a fishing settlement in St. Barbe district. Nearest post office, Jackson’s Arm; money order office, Western Cove, where mail steamer calls. Pop. 40.

GREAT COLINET ISLAND, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district, near St. Joseph’s.

GREAT GERVOIS, a post settlement in Fortune Bay district, 8 miles from Gaultois, 21 miles from Harbor Breton. Nfld. Produce Co.’s steamers call regularly. Pop. 90.

GREAT HARBOR, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. Nearest post town, LaPoile.

GREAT HARBOR (Connaigre Bay), a fishing station in Fortune Bay district. All connections at or the same as Harbor Breton, 3 miles, connected by ferry. Contains 1 store, 1 lobster factory. Pop. 100.

GREAT HARBOR DEEP, a post settlement in St. Barbe district (White Bay); mail steamers call monthly during summer months; all other connections, Englee, 30 miles, or Coachman’s Cove. Pop. 160.

GREAT ISLAND, in Ferryland district. Nearest post town, Toad’s Cove.

GREAT LAWN, in Burin district. Nearest post town, Placentia.

GREAT MERASHEEN, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. All connections at Merasheen.

GREAT MOSQUITO COVE, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Chance Cove.

GREAT ST. JOSEPH, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Placentia.

GREAT SOUTHERN HARBOR, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, La Manche.

GREAT COVE, a post, fishing and farming settlement in Bay de Verde district, 30 miles north of Carbonear, the terminus of the Brigus branch railway. Contains postal telegraph and 3 churches; Old Perlican is 6 miles south of this place [and] is becoming a very prosperous locality. The principal industries are cod, salmon and herring fishing. Pop. 500.

GREEN BAY, Trinity district. Nearest post town, Catalina.

GREEN BIGHT, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Greenspond (??).

GREEN COVE, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Tub Harbor.

GREEN COVE, in Trinity district. All connections, Trinity. Pop. 10.

GREEN GARDENA, in district of St. George, near Port-au-Port.

GREEN ISLAND, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Catalina.

GREEN ISLAND, on Strait of Belle Isle. Nearest port of call, Blanc Sablon.

GREEN ISLAND COVE, a cove in Exploits, Burnt Island, in Twillingate district. All connections at or the same as Exploits. Pop. 15.

GREEN ISLAND COVE and BROOK, on Strait of Belle Isle, in St. Barbe district, fishing settlements 165 iles from Bay of Islands, 127 miles from Bonne Bay. Nearest port of call, Flower’s Cove, 12 miles, which is also the nearest post and money order office. Pop. 115.

GREEN POINT, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Gaultois.

GREEN POINT, a fishing settlement in St. Barbe district, Bay of Islands; nearest railway station, 54 miles. All other connections at or the same as Bonne Bay. Pop. 10.

GREENHEAD, in Harbor Grace district, is not a settlement of itself; it is the centre of Spaniard’s Bay, and only a high head standing out in the centre of the harbor.

GREENLY ISLAND, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Blanc Sablon. There is a lighthouse situated here.

GREEN’S HARBOR, a post and telegraph office, a fishing, farming and lumbering settlement in Trinity district; nearest money order office, New Harbor, 5 miles; nearest railway station, Broad Cove, 11 miles. All other connections at or the same as Ne Harbor. Contains 2 churches, Methodist and Church of England, 2 schools, 2 stores, 4 saw mills; has good harbor.

GREENSPOND, a post and money order office in Bonavista Bay, Bonavista district. Contains several general stores, customs, express and postal telegraph offices, 3 churches - Church of England, Methodist and Salvation Army. Bowring Bros., Nfld. Produce Co. and Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers call here. It is 148 miles from St. John’s by boat, 35 miles from Gambo. Pop. 1,300.

GREENSPOND, White Bay, in St. Barbe district, near Englee post office. See Williamsport.

GREEP’S NEST, in Port de Grave district. Nearest post town, Brigus.

GREEP’S NEST, in Trinity district; nearest post town, Shoal Harbor.

GREGORY RIVER, St. George district; nearest post office, Straits, travelling post office in summer, Trout River in winter.

GREY RIVER (formerly Little River), a post and money order office in Burgeo and LaPoile district, 20 miles east of Burgeo, at mouth of river of the same name. Lumbering is the principal industry; contains 1 saw mill. Pop. 100.

GRIFFIN’S HARBOR, on Labrador coast, a port of call.

GRIQUET, a post, fishing settlement in the district of St. Barbe, 450 miles from St. John’s; the coastal mail steamer calls here fortnightly during summer months; mails in winter by courier from Channel, via Flower’s Cove. Pop. 180.

GROAIS ISLAND and HARBOR, off the Treaty Shore, in St. Barbe district, north of White Bay. An island and post fishing settlement. All connections at or the same as Conche, 12 miles. Pop. 135.

GROAT’S ISLAND, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Greenspond.

GROLE, a post settlement in Fortune Bay district. Mails via Pass Island, via S.S. Susa.

GROVE, a station on Broad Cove branch, reid Nfld. Railway, 14 miles from Whitbourne.

GUGGLE’S COVE, in Harbor Grace district, near Bay Roberts.

GULCH COVE, on Strait of Belle Isle. Nearest port of call, Blanc Sablon.

GULL COVE (Branch), a fishing settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district; nearest railway station and port of entry, Placentia. All other connections at or the same as St. Mary’s, 20 miles. Pop. 25.

GULL ISLAND, a post office, fishing and farming settlement in Bay-de-Verde district. Nearest connections Western Bay, nearest post town, Lower Island Cove. Contains 1 store. Pop. 245.

GULL ISLAND, in Twillingate district, 5 miles from Cape John. Nearest post town, Tilt Cove. Lighthouse situated here.

GULL ISLAND COVE (Exploits, Burnt Island), in district of Twillingate. All connections at or the same as Exploits. No inhabitants.

GULL MARSH, a small fishing settlement in St. Barbe district. Nearest railway station, Curling. All other connections at or the same as Bonne Bay. Pop. 25.

GULLEY’S (Brigus), in Port de Grave district. All connections same as Upper Gulley’s.

GUSSETT’S COVE, a small farming and fishing settlement in Bay-de-Verde district; nearest post office, Blackhead, ½ mile; railway station, Carbonear, 10 miles. Contains 1 church. Pop. 35.

 

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HA! HA! BAY, a post office and fishing settlement in St. Barbe district, east of Cape Norman; nearest coastal steamer and all other connections at or the same as Griquet, 17 miles. Pop. 45.

HACKET’S HARBOR, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Grady.

HAIR HARBOR, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Long Island.

HAIR ISLAND, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Windsor Harbor.

HALFWAY POINT, a small settlement in Bay St. George district. All connections at or the same as Bay of Islands, Curling. Pop. 65.

HALL’S BAY (in Notre Dame Bay), a large bay on the north of Newfoundland in Twillingate district, containing several small settlements, the principal of which is Boat Harbor. This place and others further into the bottom of the bay are all served from Little Bay post office via Wolf’s Cove. Those at the mouth of the bay, at Little Bay Islands; bay steamer plies here and connects with the railway at Norris Arm, about 80 miles, and with other places at Notre Dame Bay.

HALL’S TOWN, a small fishing settlement in district of Port de Grave; nearest post office and all other connections at Bay Roberts.

HAMILTON COVE, in Twillingate district, near Fortune Harbor.

HAMILTON INLET, a large fishing settlement on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Rigolet.

HAMPDEN, formerly Riverhead, White Bay.

HANDY HARBOR, in Confusion Bay, near Coachman’s Cove in St. Barbe district, 140 miles from Millertown station. A summer fishing station.

HANTS HARBOR, a post, money order office, telegraph, preventive station, fishing and lumbering settlement in district of Trinity; 10 miles from Old Perlican, nearest railway station, Carbonear, 24 miles; all other connections at or the same as Heart’s Content, 12 miles; contains 2 stores; 2 halls; 1 Methodist church; 4 schools; saw mill; Salvation Army barracks; good harbor, safe entrance, with lighthouse, with fixed white light. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamer calls here. Pop. 730.

HAPPY ADVENTURE, a post settlement in Bonavista district, situated on west side of Bonavista Bay. Fishing the principal industry. Pop. 200.

HARBOR BRETON, a post, money order, telegraph, port of entry, fishing settlement and chief town in Fortune Bay district; mail steamers call from St. John’s, 283 miles. Contains 1 large fish establishment, 6 stores, Nfld. Express, court house, gaol, customs house and government store; 2 churches, Catholic and Methodist; good harbor, safe entrance. Bowring Bros., Nfld. Produce Co. and Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers make this a port of call. Pop. 500.

HARBOR BUFFETT, a post, money order office, a fishing settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district, 20 miles from Placentia; connected by steam packet; mails weekly; contains 2 stores, 2 churches. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers call here. Pop. 420.

HARBOR DEEP, a post, fishing settlement in St. Barbe district; nearest money order, telegraph, port of entry, Western Cove, 12 miles. Bowring Bros. Steamers make this a port of call. Pop. 90.

HARBOR des VEOUX, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Conche.

HARBOR GALLEY, in Fortune Bay district. All connections, Harbor Grace.

HARBOR GRACE, a post and money order town, in Harbor Grace district, the most important town in Newfoundland outside of St. John’s City. It is situated on the north side of Conception Bay, 75 miles by rail from St. John’s, 6 miles from Carbonear. A large and extensive fishing and export trade is carried on. Contains several large general stores, 2 boot and shoe factories, several large fishery establishments, , customs, express, postal telegraph and Anglo-American telegraph offices. It is also the intermediate landing place for the direct U.S. cable between Nova Scotia and Ireland, which also has an office here. 6 churches - 2 Church of England, 1 Methodist, 1 Catholic, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Salvation Army - 1 printing office, issuing a weekly newspaper, The Harbor Grace Standard, branch Bank of Nova Scotia; is also seat of a Roman Catholic bishop. Lighted by electricity. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers make Harbor Grace a port of call from St. John’s, 42 miles by water; has a splendid harbor, about 5 miles long. Pop. 6,000.

HARBOR GRACE ISLAND, in Conception Bay. Contains a lighthouse. All connections, Harbor Grace.

HARBOR LE COU, a post, fishing settlement in Burgeo and LaPoile district. Nearest railway station and port of entry, Channel (or Port aux basques). All other connections at or the same as Rose Blanche. Contains 1 store. Pop. 200.

HARBOR MAIN, a post, money order, preventive station, fishing and chief town in Harbor Main district, 3 miles from Salmon Cove. Nearest railway station, Woodford, 3 miles; daily mail by rail; nearest bank, Harbor Grace, 12 miles. Contains 4 stores, 1 Catholic church, and postal telegraph; safe harbor, good entrance and anchorage. Pop. 600.

HARBOR MILLE, a post and fishing settlement in Fortune Bay district. Nearest money order, Bay L’Argent; telegraph, Long Harbor; port of entry, St. Jacques. Coastal boat and all other connections at Belleoram or Bay L’Argent, with mail connected by packet. Copper ore is found here. Pop. 175.

HARBOR ROUND (Confusion Bay), a fishing settlement in St. Barbe district; a fine harbor, fir for ships of the largest tonnage, entrance good and safe, 8 miles from LaScie. Nearest post office, Brent’s Cove, 1 mile; all other connections at or the same as Tilt Cove. Pop. 70.

HARDY COVE, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Gaultois.

HARE BAY (Fogo Island), a fishing settlement in district of Fogo. All connections at or the same as Fogo. Pop. 160.

HARE BAY, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, St. Anthony.

HARE BAY, a large inlet on the north-east extremity of the Island, containing several small settlements, including Stark’s Bight Cove and Grace Cove; fishing is the only industry; coastal steamer and all other connections at or the same as St. Anthony. Pop. About 100.

HARE BAY, a post settlement in Bonavista district, near Gambo.

HARE BAY and LOCKS COVE, fishing settlements in Burgeo and LaPoile district. All connections at or the same as Rencontre, 7 miles. Pop. 20.

HARE HARBOR, a fishing settlement in Fortune Bay district; nearest post office, Stone Cove; money order, Belleoram; telegraph and port of entry, St. Jacques; 290 miles from St. John’s; connected with Belleoram by sailing packet; has a good harbor. All other connections at or the same as Belleoram. Pop. 30.

HARE TICKLE, on Labrador coast. Nearest port of call, Adnavik.

HARICOT (or Harry’s Cove), a post office and small fishing settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district; nearest telegraph and port office, Salmonier. All other connections at or the same as St. Mary’s. Pop. 50.

HARRY’S HARBOR, a post settlement in Twillingate district, near Jackson’s Cove, King’s Point. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers call during open navigation.

HARTS COVE, in Twillingate district. All connections at Twillingate.

HATCHER’S COVE, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Belleoram.

HATCHET COVE, in Trinity district, a post office and fishing settlement, near Northern Bight.

HATTER’S POINT, a fishing settlement in Burgeo and Lapoile district. All connections at or the same as Burgeo; it is a small harbor. Weekly mail from Grand Bruit. Pop. 64.

HAULING POINT (White Bay), a post, fishing and farming settlement in St. Barbe district; nearest money order, telegraph, port of entry, western Cove, 5 miles, or Nipper’s Harbor by land; railway, Sandy Lake, about 40 miles. Contains 1 store, 1 church. Pop. 115.

HAWKE’S BAY, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bonne Bay.

HAWKE’S HARBOR, on Labrador coast. A port of call.

HAY COVE, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Griquet.

HAY COVE, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Flat island, Placentia Bay.

HAY COVE, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Gambo.

HAYSTACK (Long Island), a post fishing settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest telegraph and port of entry, Black River, 8 miles; railway station, La Manche, 6 miles. All other connections at or the same as Harbor Buffett; it is 23 miles from Placentia. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers make this a port of call. Pop. 130.

HAYWARD’S COVE (Cottell’s Island), in Bonavista district. Connected by steamer with St. John’s.

HEAD of BAY d’ESPOIR, a post settlement in Fortune Bay district. Connected by steamer with St. John’s.

HEAD of FORTUNE BAY, a post, fishing and farming settlement in Fortune Bay district; nearest port of entry, St. Jacques; coastal steamer, Belloram; connected by means of sailing packet; all other connections at or the same as Bay L’Argent; contains 1 church and 1 lobster factory. Pop. 145.

HEAD’S HARBOR, in Twillingate district, Notre Dame Bay. Nearest post town, Springdale.

HEALLY’S COVE, in Harbor Main district, a settlement near Harbor Main.

HEART’S CONTENT, a post, money order, telegraph, fishing settlement in district of Trinity; nearest railway station and banks, Carbonear, 12 miles, by land; this is the head office and western terminus of Anglo-American Cable Co.’s 6 submarine cables connecting St. Pierre (French), and at North Sydney with the Western Union system, and to Valentia in Ireland, thus opening up telecommunications with the world; contains 5 stores, 2 halls, 2 sawmills, 3 churches; is a port of entry, branch savings bank, and several private boarding houses; has a magnificent harbor, with lighthouse and safe entrance. Tri-weekly mails from January 1st until April 30th, daily mail from May 1st until December 31st. Pop. 1,080.

HEART’S DELIGHT, a post and postal telegraph office, a lumbering and fishing settlement in Trinity district; nearest railway station, Carbonear, 13 miles; all other connections at or the same as Heart’s Content, 9 miles. Contains 4 stores, 2 halls, 2 churches, 3 saw mills, annual output of lumber 6,000,000 feet, including shingles; cod, herring and salmon are the principal fish caught. Pop. 530.

HEART’S DESIRE, a post office, lumbering and fishing settlement in Trinity district; nearest railway station, Carbonear, 16 miles; everything else centres at or the same as Heart’s Content, 6 miles; 80 miles to St. John’s, 70 miles to Harbor Grace, by water; 90 miles to St. John’s, 19 miles to Harbor Grace, by post road; contains 2 stores, 1 church. Pop. 160.

HEART’S EASE, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Northern Bight.

HEBRON, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Nain.

HENLEY HARBOR, a fishing settlement on the Strait of Belle Isle, a sporting locality; mail steamer calls here during summer. Pop. 40.

HERMITAGE COVE, a post and money order village in Fortune Bay district, 9 miles from Harbor Briton. Contains 5 stores, postal telegraph, express office and Church of England. Nfld. Produce Co. and Reid Nfld. Co’s steamers all make this a port of call.

HERRING COVE, in district of Burin. Nearest post office, St. Lawrence. No inhabitants.

HERRING NECK, a post and money order village in Twillingate district, Notre Dame Bay, 4 miles from Twillingate. Contains postal telegraph, customs and express offices, 3 stores, 4 churches, 4 schools, 3 hotels and Salvation Army barracks. Mail steamers from St. John’s weekly in summer, in winter by rail and courier. Pop. 300.

HIBB’S HOLE, a fishing settlement in district of Pot-de-Grave; nearest post office and all other connections at Bay Roberts. Pop. 85.

HICKMAN’S HARBOR, a post and money order office in Trinity district; port of call for Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers. Contains 1 saw mill. It is 11 miles from Clarenville station. Pop. 200.

HIGH BEACH COVE, a fishing settlement in Burin district; all connections at or the same as Lamaline, 5 miles. Pop. 85.

HIGHLANDS, a post office, farming and fishing settlement in St. George district; all connections at or the same as St. George’s, 30 miles, connected by rail at Crabbe’s West railway station. Contains 1 store, 1 schoolhouse, 3 lobster factories, 1 church. Pop. 145.

HILLIER’S HARBOR, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Englee.

HILL’S COVE, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Bolster’s Rock.

HILL’S HARBOR, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Grady.

HILL’S HARBOR, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Comfort Bight.

HISCOCK’S HARBOR, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Comfort Bight.

HISCOCK’S POINT, a fishing settlement in Burgeo and LaPoile district, 8 miles from railway station, 10 miles from Rose Blanche which is the nearest post town, etc. Pop. 40.

HODDER’S COVE, in Trinity district, a farming and fishing settlement adjoining Burgoyne’s Cove. Nearest post office, Britannia Cove. Pop. 35.

HODGE’S COVE, a post settlement in Trinity district, near Northern Bight.

HODGE’S WATER, a station on the Reid Nfld. Railway, 48 miles from St. John’s.

HOGAN COVE, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district; all connections at or the same as Merasheen.

HOG’S NOSE, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Trinity.

HOLLETT’S COVE, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Glovertown.

HOLLOWAY’S PASSAGE, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Paradise, Placentia Bay.

HOLTON, a port of call on Labrador Coast.

HOLYROOD, a post and money order village in Harbor Main district, situated ¼ mile from station of the same name on Reid Nfld. Railway, 31 miles from St. John’s. Contains several stores and hotels, postal and Anglo-American telegraph, express and customs office, 1 Catholic church, 2 schools; it is a pleasant summer resort, many tourists visiting during the summer months. Pop. 600.

HOLYROOD, Placentia and St. Mary’s district. See St. Vincent.

HOLYROOD STATION, a station on the Reid Nfld. Railway, 31 miles from St. John’s, and ¼ mile from Holyrood Village. A pleasant summer resort. See Holyrood.

HOOP COVE, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest port town, Belleoram.

HOOPING HARBOR, North side of White Bay, in St. Babe district. Nearest post office, Englee, situated 9 miles from Harbor Deep which is the nearest port of call for steamers. Pop. 50.

HOPE ALL, a post settlement in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Dildo.

HOPEDALE, a large fishing and furring settlement on the Labrador Coast; steamer with mails calls here 7 times (more or less) during summer, according to state of ice. Pop. 340.

HOPEVILLE, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Brooklyn, Bonavista Bay.

HOPEWELL, a farming and fishing settlement in Harbor Main district, between New Harbor and Green’s Harbor, 7 miles from Broad Cove. Contains 2 churches, Methodist and Catholic, 1 lobster factory; nearest post and money order office, New Harbor. Pop. 108.

HORNET ISLAND, in Twillingate district. Nearest post town, Exploits.

HORSE CHOPS, in Trinity district; all connections, Trinity.

HORSE CHOPS, a small fishing settlement in Harbor Main district; nearest post office, Broad Cove, 2½ miles; all other connections at St. John’s, 14 miles. Pop. 180.

HORSE HARBOR, a port of call on the Labrador Coast.

HORSE ISLAND, in St. Barbe district. All connections at or the same as Coachman’s Cove, or Tilt Cove; seals are numerous here, and seal hunters make this a point of observation during the sealing season. Pop. 100.

HORWOOD, formerly Dog Bay, a post and money order office in Fogo district, a fishing settlement, situated in Gander Bay. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers call here; has express connections. 1 saw mill and postal telegraph office. Pop. 50.

HOSKINS HARBOR, in Twillingate district. Nearest post town, Exploits.

HOUSES POINT, in Fortune Bay district. Nearest post town, Gaultois.

HOWARD’S, a station 2 miles from Bishop’s Falls station on Reid Nfld. Railway.

HOWE HARBOR, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, St. Anthony.

HOWLEY, a station on Bishop’s Falls branch Reid Nfld. Railway, 46 miles from Curling, in St. George district.

HUGHE’S BROOK, in St. George district, near Humbermouth.

HUMBER ISLAND, in St. George district, Bay of Islands.

HUMBER VALLEY, in St. George district. Nearest post town, Deer Lake.

HUMBERMOUTH, formerly Riverhead (Bay of Islands), in St. George district, a post, money order office, telegraph office, a railway station on Reid Nfld. Railway, divisional point for same, point of departure for Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers to Bonne Bay and Labrador. Contains customs house, 3 hotels, 1 church, 3 stores. Pop. 250.

HUNGRY COVE, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Hickman’s Harbor.

HUNGRY COVE, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Placentia, Barren Island.

HUNTER’S POINT, Port au Choix, St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bonne Bay, in winter; in summer, Straits travelling post office.

HUNT’S ISLAND, a post, fishing settlement in district of Burgeo and LaPoile. All connections at Burgeo which are tri-weekly mails. Pop. 195.

 

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ICE TICKLE, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Indian Harbor.

ILACK, on Labrador Coast, is a port of call.

INDEPENDENT, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Pack’s Harbor.

INDIAN ARM, Bonavista Bay. See Summerville.

INDIAN ARM (Campbelltown), in Twillingate district. All connections at Lewisporte.

INDIAN BAY, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Greenspond.

INDIAN BIGHT, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Francis Harbor.

INDIAN BIGHT, in Twillingate district. Nearest post town, Little Bay.

INDIAN COVE, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bonne Bay.

INDIAN COVE, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Brooklyn.

INDIAN COVE, in Twillingate district. All connections at Fortune Harbor. Pop. 20.

INDIAN HARBOR (Merasheen Island), a post office and fishing settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district; nearest money order office, Harbor Buffett; all other connections at or the same as merasheen or Placentia. Contains 2 stores, 1 church and school. Pop. 103.

INDIAN HARBOR, a fishing settlement on the Labrador Coast; mails 7 times, more or less, during summer, according to state of ice. Pop. 50.

INDIAN HARBOR and ISLAND, a settlement in Burgeo and LaPoile district. All connections at or the same as Little Harbor, LaPoile. Pop. 6.

INDIAN HEAD, in St. George district. Nearest post town, Stephenville Crossing.

INDIAN ISLANDS (including Eastern Cove), a post and fishing settlement in Fogo district. Nearest telegraph, Seldom-Come-By, 4½ miles; money order and port of entry, Fogo, 15 miles. All connections at or the same as Seldom-Come-By; winter mails by rail and courier; contains 2 stores, 3 school houses and Methodist church. Reid Nfld. Co. and Nfld. Produce Co.’s steamers make calls here. Pop. 325.

INDIAN ISLANDS, G.W. Bay on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Pack’s Harbor.

INDIAN POINT (Exploits River), a small settlement in Twillingate district. All connections at Botwood, 2 miles. Pop. 38.

INDIAN POND, (Conception Bay), a farming settlement in Harbor Main district. All connections at or the same as Kelligrews, or Holyrood. Pop. 50.

INDIAN TICKLE, on Labrador Coast, is a port of call.

INDIAN TICKLE, (Long Island), Twillingate district. Nearest post ton, Little Bay Islands, Wood’s Harbor.

INGLEWOOD (Random North), in Trinity district, 18 miles from Clarenville station.

INGORNACHOIX BAY, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bone Bay.

INNER PINCHARD’S ISLAND, IN Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Wesleyville.

IONA, formerly Ram’s Island, Placentia Bay, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. A post settlement 7 miles from Placentia; contains 1 church. Reid Nfld. steamers make regular calls. Pop. 169.

IRELAND BIGHT, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, St. Anthony.

IRELAND COVE, near Heart’s Content, Trinity Bay district. See Islington.

IRELAND ISLAND, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. Nearest post town, LaPoile.

IRELAND’S EYE, a post and fishing settlement situated at the entrance of Smith’s Sound, in district of Trinity. Contains 6 stores, 1 church and school. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers make this a port of call with mails weekly. Pop. 150.

IRISHTOWN, in Ferryland district, near Bay Bulls.

IRISHTOWN, in St. George district. Nearest post town, Bay of Islands.

IRISHTOWN, a small fishing settlement in Carbonear district; all connections at or the same as Carbonear.

IRONBOUND ISLAND, on Labrador Coast, is a port of call.

IRVINE, a railway station in the district of Harbor Main, 10 miles from St. John’s; nearest post and telegraph, Topsail, 5 miles; all other connections at St. John’s.

ISLAND COVE (Random Island), in Trinity district, a post office and settlement near Trinity.

ISLAND COVE (Lower), in Bay de Verde district.

ISLAND COVE (Upper), in Harbor Grace district. A post and money order village, fishing and farming the principal industries, 7 mile from Harbor Grace which is the nearest banking town; 5 miles from Tilton station. Contains 3 stores, 1 church. Pop. 150.

ISLAND HARBOR, (Fogo Island), a post office and fishing settlement in district of Fogo; all connections at or the same as Fogo, 7 miles. Pop. 94.

ISLE AU BOISE, on Strait of Belle Isle. Nearest port of call, Blanc Sablon.

ISLE-AUX-MORTS, a post and fishing settlement in Burgeo and LaPoile district; all connections at or the same as Channel, 7 miles; contains 2 stores, 1 church; good harbor. Pop. 255.

ISLE-AUX-SAUVAGES, in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bonne Bay.

ISLE GALET, formerly Fox Island, Fortune Bay district.

ISLINGTON, formerly Island Cove, a post office, fishing settlement in Trinity district; nearest money order and other connections at or the same as Heart’s Content, 10 miles; railway station, Carbonear, by land. Pop. 105.

ISTHMUS BAY, St. George district. Nearest post town, Port au Port, Stephenville Crossing.

IVANY’S COVE, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Clarenville.

 

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JACK OF CLUBS, in St. George district. Nearest post town, Port au Port, Stephenville Crossing

JACKSON’S ARM, (White Bay), a post settlement in St. Barbe district. Nearest railway station, Sandy Lake; money order office, telegraph, port of entry and other connections, Western Cove. Contains 1 sa mill. Bowring Bros. steamers make this a port of call. Pop. 90.

JACKSON’S COVE, a post and money order office in Twillingate district, situated on Green Bay, 19 miles from Tilt Cove and 50 miles from Howley on Reid Nfld. Railway. Contains 2 stores, 1 Methodist church and Salvation Army. Reid Nfld. steamers call here. Pop. 100.

JACOB’S COVE (New Bay), in Twillingate district. Nearest post town, New Bay Head.

JACQUES FONTAINE, a fishing settlement in Fortune Bay district; nearest post and money order office, Bay L’Argent; telegraph, Long Harbor; port of entry and coastal steamer, St. Jacques; all other connections at or the same as Bay L’Argent. Pop. 80.

JAMES COVE, (Conception Bay), a post, fishing and farming settlement in Harbor Main district; nearest money order, Conception Harbor; telegraph and railway station, Salmon Cove; prt of entry, Brigus; all other connections at or the same as Conception Harbor. A port of call for Reid Nfld. steamers. Pop. 135.

JAMESTOWN, a post and money order office in Bonavista district. Contains 1 store. Reid Nfld. steamers make this a port of call.

JEAN-DE-BAY, a post office and fishing settlement in Burin district, near Beau Bois, Placentia Bay. Pop. 75.

JEFFREY’S CROSSING (Bear Brook), a post settlement in St. George’s district, 2 miles from a flag station, same name on Reid Nfld. railway. Contains 1 school and Church of England. Pop. 60.

JENKIN’S COVE, (Twillingate South island), a fishing settlement in Twillingate district; all connections at or the same as Twillingate. Pop. 50.

JENNING’S COVE, in Fortune Bay district.

JERROTT’S POINT, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. Nearest post town, Channel.

JERSEY HARBOR, a post and fishing settlement in Fortune Bay district; nearest railway station, Port aux Basques, 150 miles; all connections at or the same as Harbor Breton, 1 mile, connected by ferry; contains 2 stores and 1 school; a port of call for Nfld. Produce Co.’s steamers. Pop. 135.

JERSEYSIDE, a post settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district, in Placentia Bay.

JIGGER TICKLE, on Labrador Coast, is a port of call.

JIGGIN COVE, (Branch), in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Placentia.

JIGGIN HOLE, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Trinity.

JOB’S COVE, (Conception Bay), a post office, fishing, farming and lumbering settlement in Bay-de-Verde district, 4 miles from Island Cove; telegraph and coastal steamer, Western Bay, 8 miles, connected by courier; money order office, Lower Island Cove, 3 miles; railway station, Carbonear, 18 miles. Contains 3 stores, 2 schools. Methodist and Catholic churches. Pop. 280.

JOB’S HEAD, in Trinity district. Nearest post town, Trinity.

JOE BATT’S ARM, formerly Queen’s Town, in Fogo district, a post settlement with money order office, postal telegraph and store, 5 miles from Fogo. A port of call for Nfld. Produce Co.’s steamers. Pop. 250.

JOHN SMITH’S HARBOR, in Twillingate district. Nearest post town, King’s Point.

JOHN’S BEACH, a small fishing settlement in Bay St. George district; all connections at or the same as Bay of Islands, Curling. Pop. 35.

JOHN’S POND, (St. Mary’s Bay), a post, fishing settlement in Placentia and St. Mary’s district; nearest telegraph, Salmonier, 6 miles; money order and all other connections at or the same as St. Mary’s. Pop. 70.

JONES COVE, (Twillingate South island), a fishing settlement in Twillingate district; all connections at or the same as Twillingate. Pop. 20.

JOSIAH SPENCER’S COVE, in Twillingate district. Nearest post town, Leading Tickles, Point Leamington.

JOURNOIS, a fishing settlement in St. George district; all connections at Bank Head post office. Pop. 50.

JULIAN’S HARBOR, a post settlement in Twillingate district, near Leading Tickles.

JUNIPER’S BROOK, a railway station 4 miles from Bishop’s Falls on Reid Nfld. railway.

JUNIPER STUMP, in Port de Grace district; nearest connections at Brigus.

 

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KANE’S POINT (Exploits River), a small fishing settlement in Twillingate district; all connections at Botwood, 2 miles. Pop. 20.

KANE’S VALLEY, a railway station 5 miles from St. John’s on Reid Nfld. railway.

KATCHUSES, (Conception Bay), a post office, fishing and farming settlement in Harbor Main district; nearest money order office, Conception Harbor; railway station and telegraph, Salmon Cove; port of entry, Brigus; coastal steamer connections, St. John’s. Pop. 225.

KATE HARBOR, in Bonavista district. Nearest post town, Southern Bay, Jamestown.

KEELS, a post, fishing, farming, shipbuilding and lobster packing settlement in Bonavista district; nearest railway station, Clode Sound; all other connections at or the same as King’s Cove, 5 miles, connected by courier; contains 5 stores, 1 hotel, 1 hall, Church of England, and school house; a good slate quarry is situated here. Reid Nfld. Co.’s steamers call. Pop. 480.

KELLY’S ISLAND, (Conception Bay), an island, fishing and farming settlement in Harbor Main district; all connections at or the same as Kelligrews by water, about 4 miles; contains 1 store. Pop. 28.

KELLIGREWS (Conception Bay), a post, money order, Anglo-American telegraph, express office, railway station, farming and fishing settlement in Harbor Main district, 20 miles from St. John’s, which is the nearest banking town; daily mails. Contains several stores and boarding houses, and 3 churches; steamer connection 6 times a week with Bell Island; becoming quite a summer resort. Pop. 320.

KEPPEL HARBOR (Port au Choix), in St. Barbe district. Nearest post town, Bonne Bay.

KERLEY’S or CARELESS HARBOR, a small fishing settlement in Trinity district nearest railway station, Trinity; all other connections at or the same as Bonaventure, 1 mile. Pop. 60.

KETTLE COVE, (Twillingate South Island) a small fishing settlement n Twillingate district; all connections at or the same as Twillingate. Pop. 30.

KETTLE COVE, in Bay de Verde district. All connections, Carbonear.

KIAR’S COVE, a cove in Black Island, in Twillingate district; all connections at or the same as Exploits, Burnt Island. Pop. 30.

KILBRIDE, a post, fishing and farming settlement in St. John’s (West) district; all connections at St. John’s. Contains Catholic church.

KILLOCK ISLAND, in Twillingate district, an island in Exploits River, near Botwood, not inhabited.

KING’S BAY, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Sloop Cove.

KING’S COVE, a fishing settlement in St. Barbe district; nearest post office and other connections at Port Saunders, 2 miles. No harbor. Pop. 39.

KING’S COVE, in Trinity district. See Milton.

KING’S COVE, a post, money order village in Bonavista district, a fishing and lumbering settlement, 18 miles from Bonavista station, is a port of entry. Contains express and postal telegraph, 5 stores, 1 hotel, 2 churches, Church of England and Catholic; has a good harbor and is a port of call for Reid Nfld. and Bowring Bros. steamers. Pop. 600.

KING’S COVE, in Twillingate district; nearest post town, Jackson’s Cove, in summer.

KING’S HARBOR, in Burgeo and LaPoile district; nearest post town, Burgeo.

KING’S POINT, a post, money order office and fishing settlement in Twillingate district. Has postal telegraph and customs office.

KIPICOCK, on Labrador Coast. Nearest port of call, Ilack.

KIPPENS, a post settlement in St. George district on north side of St. George’s Bay, on road leading from Stephenville Crossing to Port au Port. Good trout and lobster fishing. Pop. 40.

KIPPEN’S POINT, in Placentia and St. Mary’s district. Nearest post town, Paradise, Placentia Bay.

KIRBY’S COVE, a small fishing settlement in Burin district; all connections at or the same as Burin. Pop. 82.

KITE COVE, in Twillingate district. Near Botwood.

KITTY’S BROOK, a station on Bishop’s Falls branch, Reid Nfld. railway, 36 miles from Millerton Junction.

KNIFE COVE, in Burgeo and LaPoile district. All connections at Burgeo.

KNIGHT’S COVE, a way office, fishing settlement in Bonavista district; post and money order office and all other connections at or the same as King’s Cove, 2 miles. Pop. 145.

 

 

Page Transcribed by Peter Godfrey (May 2002)

Page Revised by Craig Peterman (January 2003)
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