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Council of 1886-87


Objects of the Royal Colonial Institute

List of Fellows


List of Institutions to which the Proceedings of the Royal Colonial

Institute are presented ...


First Ordinary General Meeting: Our portion in South Africa (Bechuana.

land). By Sir Charles Warren, G.C.M.G.


Donations to Building Fund


Second Ordinary General Meeting : The material Progress of New South

Wales. By Edward Combes, Esq., C.M.G. ...


Third Ordinary General Meeting : The recent and prospective develop-

ment of Canada. By Joseph G. Colmer, Esq.


Election of Auditors


Fourth Ordinary General Meeting : Telegraphic Enterprise in Australasia.

By Charles Todd, Esq., C.M.G.


Fifth Ordinary General Meeting: Burma, the latest addition to the Empire.

By J. Annan Bryce, Esq.


Special General Meeting: Purchase of the freehold of the site on which

the Institute is built


Sixth Ordinary General Meeting : Our West Indian Colonies. By Nevile

Lubbock, Esq.


Seventh Ordinary General Meeting : Tasmania as it is. By Chief Justice

W. L. Dobson


Eighth Ordinary General Meeting : The Federation of the British Empire.

By Sir George Ferguson Bowen, G.C.M.G. ...


Conferences on Colonial subjects held in the Conference Hall at the

Colonial and Indian Exhibition


1. Imperial Federation. By F. P. Labilliere, Esq.


2. System of Land Transfer adopted by the Colonies. By J. Dennis.

toun Wood, Esq.


3. Emigration to the Colonies. By Frederick Young, Esq....


4. Imperial Defence: By Captain J. C. R. Colomb


Annual General Meeting


List of Donors to the Library


Donations to Building Fund


Statement of Receipts and Payments


Statement of the Building Fund Account


Statement of Assets and Liabilities


Appendix: Farewell Banquet to Mr. P.. Murray Smith, C.M.G., previous to

his return to Australia, on retiring from the office of Agent-General

for Victoria












(Those marked * are Honorary Fellows.)
(Those marked + have compounded for life.)

Year of

RESIDENT FELLOWS. Election. 1872 | ABRAHAM, AUGUSTUS B., Reform Club, Pall Mall, S.W. 1886 + ACLAND, CAPTAIN WILLIAM A. D., R.N., Broad Street, Oxford ; and

Junior United Service Club, Charles Street, S.W. 1886 Adam, Sir CHARLES E., Bart., Brooks's Club, St. James's Street, S.W.;

and Blair-Adam, Kinross-shire, N.B. 1885 Adams, HARRY, 8, College Chambers, 249, High Holborn, W.C. 5 1877 A’DEANE, JOAN, 57, Belsize Park, N.W.

1874 ADDERLEY, SIR AUGUSTUS J., K.C.M.G., Davenport, Bridgenorth, Salop. 1886 ADLER, ISIDOR HENRY, 39, Inverness Terrace, Bayswater, W.; and 15,

Coleman Street, E.C. 1879 AITCHISON, DAVID, 5, Pembridge Square, Bayswater, W.

1879 | AITKEN, ALEXANDER M., 3, Temple Gardens, E.C. 10 1886 ALCOCK, John, 111, Cambridge Gardens, North Kensington, W.

1885 HALDEN HOVE N,Joseph FRANK, 49, Highbury New Park, N. 1878 ALEXANDER, JAMES, 14, Astwood Road, South Kensington, S.W. 1869 ALLEN, CHARLES H., 13, Well Walk, Hampstead, N.W. 1883 TALLEN, JAMES, B.A., 24, Notting Hill Square, W.; and Milton, Evercreech,

Bath. 15 1880 ALLPORT, W. M., Coombe Lodge, 129, Coldharbour Lane, Camberwell, S.E.

1885 ALLSOP, WILLIAM JAMES, F.R.A.S., 14, Finsbury Circus, E.C. 1879 ANDERSON, A. W., Oriental Club, Hanover Square, W. 1875 +ANDERSON, EDWARD R., The British and New Zealand Mortgage and

Agency Company (Limited), 1, Great Winchester Streot, E.C. 1884 ANDERSON, SIR JAMES, Eastern Telegraph Company, Limited, Winchester

House, 50, Old Broad Street, E.C. 20 1886 ANDERSON, JAMES H, 37, Queen Victoria Street, E.C.; and Russettings,

Streatham, S.W. 1875 | ANDERSON, W. J., 34, Westbourne Terrace, w. 1886 APPLEBY, CHARLES, 89, Cannon Street, E.C. 1873 ARBUTHNOT, LIEUT.-COLONEL G., R.A., 5, Belgrave Place, s.W.; and

Carlton Club, S.W. 1881 ) ARCHER, Txomas, C.M.G., St. Stephen's Club, Westminster, S.W.

Year of

Election. 25 1868 | ARGYLL, His GRACE THE DUKE OF, K.G., K.T., Argyll Lodge, Campden

Hill, Kensington, W. 1883 ARMITAGE, JAMES ROBERTSON, 79, St. George's Road, s.W. 1873 ARMYTAGE, GEORGE, 59, Queen's Gate, S.W. 1885 ASHBURY, JAMES, Carlton Club, Pall Mall, 8.W.; and 6, Eastern Terrace,

Brighton. 1874 ASHLEY, Hon. Evelyn, 61, Cadogan Place, 8.W.; and 2, Hare Court,

Temple, E.C. 30 1879 | ASAWOOD, John, care of Messrs. Cox & Co., Craig's Court, Charing

Cross, S.W. 1874 +Atkinson, CHARLES E., Algoa Lodge, Beckenham, Kent. 1879 ATTLEE, Henry, 10, Billiter Square, E. C. 1885 AUBERTIN, JOHN JAMES, 33, Duke Street, St. James's, S.W.

1883 Bacon, EDWARD, Blount's Court, Henley-on-Thames ; and Junior Carlton Year of Election. 1883 BELFIELD, HERBERT, 2, Hanbury Road, Clifton, Bristol. 1879 +Bell, D. W., Woodberry House, Woodberry Down, N.; and 14, Milton

Club, Pall Mall, 8.W. 35 1880 BADCOCK, PHILIP, 4, Aldridge Road, Bayswater, W. 1879 BADEN-POWELL, GEORGE, C.M.G., M.P., M.A., F.R.A.S., F.S.S., 8, St.

George's Place, Hyde Park Corner, S.W. 1883 BAILEY, FRANK, 59, Mark Lane, E.C. 1882 +BAILWARD, A. W., 3, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, S.W.

1885 +BALDWIN, ALFRED, Wilden House, near Stourport. 40 1878 BALFOUR, JOHN, 13, Queen's Gate Place, S.W.

1884 Balfour, B. R., Townley Hall, Drogheda, Ireland.
1885 BALME, CHARLES, 61, Basinghall Street, E.C.
1881 | +BANKS, Edwin Hodge, High Moor, Wigton, Cumberland.

1878 BANNER, Edward G., Wessex House, Northumberland Avenue, W.C.
45 1880 BARCLAY, COLVILLE A. D., C.M.G., 11, Rue Francois, 1er Champs Elysees,

Paris. 1874 BARCLAY, Sir David W., BART., 42, Holland Road, Kensington, W. 1883 BARKER, RICHARD, Morialta, Forest Hill, 8.E. 1877 BARKLY, Sir HENRY, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 1, Bina Gardens, South Kensing

ton, S.W.
1884 BARNARD, H. WYNDHAM, 9, Radnor Place, Hyde Park, W.
50 1868 BARR, E. G., 76, Holland Park, Kensington, W.

1883 BARRATT, WALTER, 8, Cleveland Gardens, Hyde Park, W.
1884 BAXTER, CHARLES E., 24, Ryder Street, S.W.
1885 BAZLEY, GARDNER SEBASTIAN, Magdalen College, Oxford ; and Hatherop

Castle, Fairford, Gloucestershire.
1879 BEALEY, SAMUEL, 97, Addison Road, Kensington, W.
55 1885 +BEANEY, Hon. JAMES GEORGE, M.D., M.P., Collins Street East, Melbourne,

Australia. 1886 BEAUCHAMP, HORATIO, 37, Brunswick Gardens, Kensington, W. 1884 BevwelL, COMMANDER E. P., R.N., Westbourne, Selhurst Road, South

Norwood, 8.E. 1876 | BEETON, HENRY C. (Agent-General for British Columbia), 2, Adamson

Road, South Hampstead, N.W., and 33, Finsbury Circus, E.C. 1882 BEGG, ALEXANDER, Canadian Pacific Railway Offices, 88, Cannon St., E.C. 60 1886 Beit, Jonn, 77, Avenue Road, Regent's Park, N.W.

1882 BELCHER, Rev. BRYMER, Bodiam Vicarage, Hawkhurst.



Street, E.C. 1883 BELL, Sir FRANCIS DILLON, K.C.M.G., C.B. (Agent-General for New

Zealand), 7, Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, S.W. 65 1882 Bell, George MEREDITH, New Zealand Agricultural Co., Dashwood

House, Old Broad Street, E.C. 1885 BELL, H. T. MACKENZIE, 4, Cleveland Road, Ealing, W.; and National

Liberal Club, $.W. 1878 BELL, JOHN, 13, Fenchurch Avenue, E.C. 1884 BELL, MARMADUKE, Fort St. George, Stroud, Gloucestershire.

1886 +BeLL, THOMAS, 14, Milton Street, E.C.
70 1883 BELL, MAJOR WILLIAM MORRISON, 40, Pall Mall, 8.w.

1874 BENJAMIN, Louis ALFRED, 75, Sutherland Avenue, Maida Vale, W.
1883 BETHELL, CHARLES, Ellesmere House, Haroldstone Road, South Ken.

sington, S.W.
1884 Bevan, FRANCIS AUGUSTUS, 59, Princes Gate, S.W.

1881 BEVAN, WILLIAM ARMINE, 95, Bishopsgate Street Within, E.C. 75 1886 BIDDISCOMBE, J. R., Messrs. Sanderson, Bros. & Co., Limited, 35,

Queen Victoria Street, E.C. 1885 BILL, CHARLES, J.P., Farley Hall, near Cheadle, Staffordshire. 1868 BIRCH, Sir ARTHUR N., K.C.M.G., Bank of England, Burlington

Gardens, W. 1878 BISCHOFF, CHARLES, 23, Westbourne Square, W. 1868 BLACHFORD, The Right Hon. LORD, G.C.M.G., Atheneum Club, S.W.;

and Blachford, Ivybridge, Devon.
80 1883 BLACKWOOD, John H., 15, Seymour Street, Portman Square, W.

1868 Blaire, D. P., 10, St. Swithin's Lane, E.C.
1868 BLAINE, HENRY, Knysna Lodge, Ewell Road, Surbiton.
1883 BLECKLY, CHARLES ARNOLD, 61, King William Street, E.C.
1877 BLYTH, SIR ARTHUR, K.C.M.G., C.B. (Agent-General for South Australia),

8, Victoria Chambers, Westminster, S.w.
85 1885 Blyth, William, 8, Great Winchester Street, E.C.

1885 Bohu, WILLIAM, 23, Old Jewry, E.C.
1882 | BOLLING, FRANCIS, 2, Laurence Pountney Hill, E.C.
1882 BOMPAS, HENRY Mason, Q.C., M.A., LL.B., Abingdon House, Greenhill

Road, Hampstead, N.W.
1883 BONNEY, FREDERIC, Colton House, near Rugeley; and Oriental Club,

Hanover Square, W.
90 1873 BONWICK, JAMES, Yarra Yarra, South Vale, Upper Norwood, S.E.

1883 BORTHWICK, Sir ALGERNON, M.P., 139, Piccadilly, W.
1883 +BORTON, Rev. N. A. B., M.A., Burwell Vicarage, Cambridge.
1886 Boult, WM. HOLKER, 23, Great St. Helen's, E.C.

1882 +BOULTON, Harold E., M.A., Copped Hall, Totteridge, Herts. 95 1882 +BOUlton, S. B., Copped Hall, Totteridge, Herts.

1872 BOURNE, C. W., 32, Breakspears Road, Brockley, S.E.
1881 BOURNE, HENRY, Rosemount, Mead Vale, Redhill, Surrey.
1878 BOURNE, STEPHEN, F.S.S., Wallington, Surrey.

1868 BOUTCHER, EMANUEL, 36, Hyde Park Gardens, W.
100 1881 | BOYD, JAMES R., Devonshire Club, St. James's Street, S.W.

Year of Election. 1881 , BOYLE, LIONEL R. C., 80, Lombard Street, E.C.; and Army and Navy

Club, 1883 BRADDELL, Thomas, C.M.G., 17, Glazbury Road, West Kensington, W. 1884 BRADFORD, FRANCIS RICHARD.

1885 BRANDON, HENRY, Endsleigh, Carlton Road, Putney, S.W. 105 1878 BRASSEY, SIR THOMAS, K.C.B., 24, Park Lane, W.

1886 BRERETON, WILLIAM H., 52, Nevern Square, 8.w.
1885 BREWSTER, Rev. John, 2, Maitland Park, Haverstock Hill, N.W.
1881 Brex, Joun GEORGE, 59, Gresham Street, E.C.

1883 BRIDGER, Rev. John, St. Nicholas, Liverpool. 110 1881 BRIDGES, COMMANDER Walter Boyd, R. N., care of Messrs. Woodhead & Co.,

44, Charing Cross, S.W.; and United Service Club, S.W. 1869 BRIGGS, Thomas, Bela House, Alleyne Park, West Dulwich, S.E. 1884 Bright, Charles E., C.M.G., 16, Courtfield Gardens, South Kensington,

S.W.; and Wyndham Club, S.W. 1882 BRIGHT, SAMUEL, 5, Huskisson Street, Liverpool ; and Raleigh Club, Regent

Street, S.W.
1884 Bristow, H. J., West Lodge, Bexley Heath.
115 1869 BROAD, CHARLES HENRY, Castle View, Weybridge, Surrey.

1880 BROADHURST, John, 161, Plymouth Grove, Manchester.
1874 BROGDEN, JAMES, Seabank House, Porthcawl, near Bridgend, Glamorganshire.
1884 BROOKE, COLONEL EDWARD, R.E., 25, Trafalgar Place, Devon port.

1880 Brooks, HENRY, Mount Grove, Greenhill Road, Hampstead, N.W. 120 1879 † Brooks, Herbert, 9, Hyde Park Square, W.; and St. Peter's Chambers,

Cornhill, E.C. 1881 | BROOKES, T. W. (late M.L.C., Bengal), The Grange, Nightingale Lane,

Clapham, S.W. 1884 BROWN ARTHUR, St. Elmo, Calverley Park Gardens, Tunbridge Wells. 1881 BROWN ALFRED H., St. Elmo, Calverley Park Gardens, Tunbridge Wells.

1882 BROWN, A. M., M.D., 29, Keppel Street, Russell Square, W.C. 125 1874 BROWN, CHARLES, 135, Wool Exchange, Coleman Street, E.C. 1886 Brown, George, London and South African Exploration Co., Limited,

19, Finsbury Circus, E.C.; and Brentwood. 1869 | Browx, J. B., F.R.G.S., 90, Cannon Street, E.C.; and Bromley, Kent. 1885 BROWN, OSWALD, C.E., 27, Great George Street, Westminster, $.w.

1881 Brown, THOMAS, 51, Cochrane Street, Glasgow. 130 1884 Brown, Thomas, 89, Holland Park, W.

1886 BROWNE, BENJAMIN CHAPMAN, 2, Granville Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 1883 BROWNE, JOHN HARRIS, Lauriston, Hollington Park, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 1882 BROWNE, HUTCHINSON H., J.P., Moor Close, Binfield, Berks.

1876 BROWNE, COLONEL SIR T. GORE, K.C.M.G., C.B., 7, Kensington Square, W. 135 1879 BROWNE, W.J., St. Stephen's House, 74, Gloucester Road, S.W.; and Buck.

land Filleigh, Highampton, North Devon.
1883 BROWNING, ARTHUR GIRAUD, Assoc. Inst. C.E., 3, Victoria Street, West.

minster Abbey, 8.W.
1877 BROWNING, S. B., 68, Cambridge Terrace, Hyde Park, W.
1876 BRUCE, J., 79, Seymour Street, Hyde Park, W.

1884 | BUCHANAN, BENJAMIN, Messrs. Mort & Co., 155, Fenchurch Street, E.C. 140 1868 BUCKINGHAM AND CHANDOS, His GRACE THE DUKE OF, G.C.S.I., Carlton

Club, Pall Mall, S.W.

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