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Transcribed from 'The Colonial Office List for 1899' - page 274.
Warden and Magistrate: J.T. ROUSSEAU, 500 Pounds, and horse, and travelling allowance of 30 Pounds.
Sub-Receiver: Joseph C. O'HALLORAN, 350 Pounds, and personal allowance of 100 Pounds.
Chief Clerk: H.T. GANTEAUME, 300 pounds to 350 Pounds.
Clerk: G.H. M'CALL, 50 Pounds.
Chief Clerk, Treasury: A.L. MARSHALL, 140 Pounds.
Harbour Master: Q.H. SPICER (no salary quote)
Postmaster: J.E.C. SEALY, 100 Pounds.
Chief Clerk: G.B. IRVINE, 80 Pounds.
2nd. Clerk: J.T. Patterson, 60 Pounds.
Deputy Marshall: G.B. IRVINE, fees.
Police and Gaols.
Q.H. SPICER, in charge of Police and Prison, 250 Pounds.
Supervisor of Excise: Q.H. SPICER.
Keeper of the Gaol: Sergeant Adam TAIT, 75 Pounds, and 15 Pounds personal allowance, and
District Medical Officers:
E.G. BLANC, M.B., C.M. 250 Pounds.
T.B. KENNY and J.B. ROBINSON, each 200 Pounds.
Chief Ministers of Religion.
Police Magistrate and Coroner.
Joseph C. O'HALLORAN, 450 Pounds.
United States of America, Vice-Consul:
** (Salaries are expressed are salaries per annum)