Teague, John

TEAGUE, John (1835-1902)
(biography in preparation)

COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

(works in Victoria unless noted)

GOVERNMENT STREET, at Trounce Alley, two stores for W. & J. Wilson, 1875 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 6 March 1875, 2, t.c.)
COLONIAL HOTEL, Yates Street, 1875 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 7 July 1875, 3, descrip.)
JOHNSON STREET, commercial block of three stores for Mr. Manetta, 1875 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 11 July 1875, 2)
LANGLEY STREET, commercial building for F.W. Foster, 1875 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Aug. 1875, 2, t.c.)
JOHNSON STREET, pair of stores for Thomas Shotbolt, 1876-77 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 27 Jan. 1877, 3, descrip.)
GOVERNMENT STREET, store for A. Rickman, 1877 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 April 1877, 3, t.c.)
YATES STREET, at Oriental Alley, commercial block for Dr. J.B. Matthews and Richards & Tye, 1878 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 18 July 1878, 3; 30 July 1878, 3)
JAMES FELL & CO., Broad Street at Fort Street, commercial block, 1878 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 30 July 1878, 3)
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, Wharf Street at Johnson Street, 1882; damaged by fire in May 1889 and rebuilt by Teague, 1889; demol. 1953 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 24 June 1882, 2, t.c., and 3, descrip.; Victoria Daily Times, 25 May 1889, 4, t.c.; inf. Dorothy Mindenhall, Victoria)
TURNER, BEETON & CO., Yates Street at Wharf Street, warehouse, 1882 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 17 Aug. 1882, 3, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 52, 98-9, illus.)
VICTORIA BOOT & SHOE FACTORY, Government Street, for William Heathorne, large addition, 1883 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 5 Jan. 1884, 3, descrip.)
ORIENTAL HOTEL, Yates Street at Oriental Alley, for William McKeon, 1883; with major addition. 1888 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 5 Jan. 1884, 3, descrip.; 16 May 1888, t.c.; Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4; 28 Nov. 1888, 4, extensive descrip.; 27 Dec. 1888, 3; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 55, 94-5, illus.)
YATES STREET, near Government Street, a two storey commercial block for Allsop & Pemberton, located "...next to John Boyd's grocery", 1884 (Victoria Daily Times, 8 Aug. 1884, 3, descrip.)
ALBION IRON WORKS, Store Street at Discovery Street, 1883 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 5 Jan. 1884, 3, descrip.)
LOK DEN & CO., Cormorant Street, commercial block, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 Feb. 1884, 1)
JOHNSON STREET, near Wharf Street, a two storey commercial block for M. Rowland, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 26 July 1884, 1, t.c.; Victoria Daily Times, 8 Aug. 1884, 3, descrip.)
FISGARD STREET, commercial block for the Chinese Benevolent Society, 1885 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 4 July 1885, 3, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 112-13, illus.)
NANAIMO, B.C., hotel for Samuel Fiddick, Fitzwilliam Street at Selby Street, 1886 (Nanaimo Free Press, 15 May 1886, 3)
JOHNSON STREET, warehouse for Thomas Shotbolt, 1886 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 May 1886, 2, t.c.)
GOVERNMENT STREET, near Fort Street, store for A. Ofner, 1886 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 20 July 1886, 1)
GOVERNMENT STREET, at Broughton Street, block of six stores for Allsop & Mason, 1886 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 11 Aug. 1886, 3, t.c.)
CORMORANT STREET, near Store Street, block for King Tye Co. 'on the site of the Orleans Hotel', 1886 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 11 Aug. 1886, 3)
GOVERNMENT STREET, restoration and rebuilding of stores, after a fire, for W. Heathorn, 1886 (Victoria Daily Times, 1 Oct. 1886, 4; Daily Colonist [Victoria], 5 Oct. 1886, 1)
SHAWNIGAN LAKE, B.C., hotel at the railway terminus for Humphrey & Campbell, 1886-87 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 6 Nov. 1886, 2, t.c.)
BURNES HOUSE HOTEL, Bastion Square, for Thomas J. Burnes, 1887 (Victoria Daily Times, 25 April 1887, 4, t.c.; 12 Nov. 1887, 4, extensive descrip.; Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 May 1887, 1; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 100-01, illus.)
CARL STROUSS & CO., Wharf Street, south of Bastion Street, additions to wholesale warehouse, 1887-88 (Victoria Daily Times, 30 Nov. 1887, 4, t.c.; 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
CAREY BLOCK, Pandora Avenue, for Joseph W. Carey, 1888 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 94-5, illus.)
CORMORANT STREET, a three storey commercial store for T.D. Galpin, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4; 27 Dec. 1888, 3; Daily Colonist [Victoria], 1 Jan. 1889, Supplement, 2)
A. & W. WILSON CO., Broad Street at Fort Street, a three storey commercial block for Alexander Wilson & William Wilson, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 16 Jan. 1888, 4, t.c.; 4 April 1888, 1, descrip.; 28 June 1888, 4; 27 Dec. 1888, 3)
ROBERT LETTICE PAINT CO., Fort Street, between Government Street and Broad Street, retail store, 1888; demol. c. 1985 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4; 27 Dec. 1888, 3)
YATES STREET, at Broad Street, commercial block "...next to the Poodle Dog Restaurant", for an unnamed client, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4)
GOVERNMENT STREET, a two storey retail store for John Russell, "...on the site of the recent fire", 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4; 27 Dec. 1888, 3)
WELCH, RITHET & CO., Wharf Street, improvements and alterations to warehouse, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 27 Dec. 1888, 3)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Hickey Block, and the adjacent Rees-Higgins Block, Abbott Street at Trounce Alley, a two storey brick commercial block for Patrick Hickey and W.R. Higgins of Victoria, 1889; still standing as of 2019 (Victoria Daily Times, 19 March 1889, 3, t.c.; Vancouver Daily World, 20 March 1889, 1, t.c.; Parks Canada, Canada's Historic Places [website], designated 17 Dec. 1974, illus. & descrip., but lacking attribution to the architect; inf. Donald Luxton, Vancouver)
THOMAS SHOTBOLT, CHEMIST, Johnson Street near Government Street, new front facade for retail store, 1889 (Victoria Daily Times, 29 April 1889, 2, t.c.)
BROAD STREET, at Trounce Alley, store for Alexandra Alfred Green, 1889 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 June 1889, 1, t.c.)
BELMONT BOOT & SHOE CO., Yates Street "...next to the Pritchard House Hotel", a two storey factory, 1889; demol. (Victoria Daily Times, 25 Sept. 1889, 1, descrip.)
MUSGRAVE BLOCK, at the southeast corner of Broad Street at Trounce Alley, 1889; with additional store, 1890; burned 1910 (Victoria Daily Times, 25 Sept. 1889, 1, descrip.; 7 Aug. 1890, t.c.)
MASON BLOCK, Douglas Street at Yates Street, a two storey block for Henry Seye Mason, "...in a new style of architecture to anything seen in Victoria", located opposite the Clarence Hotel, 1889; still standing as of 2019 (Victoria Daily Times, 25 Sept. 1889, 1, descrip.)
POODLE DOG HOTEL, Yates Street, near Government Street, major addition of two storeys, with three new retail stores, for J.D. Pemberton, 1889; demol. (Victoria Daily Times, 25 Sept. 1889, 1, descrip.)
BRITISH COLUMBIA LOAN & INSURANCE CO., Yates Street, 1890 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Sept. 1890, 5, descrip.)
NANAIMO, B.C., a large hotel with 50 rooms, for A.R. Johnston, Mr. Cruikshanks, and Mr. Davies, Commercial Street at Bastion Street, 1890-91 (Nanaimo Free Press, 24 Oct. 1890, 3, descrip.)
BOSSI BLOCK, Blanshard Street at Pandora Street, 1891 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 31 July 1891, 5, descrip.)
DOANE BLOCK, Douglas Street, 1891 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 40-1, illus.)
ESQUIMALT, machine shops at the Dockyard, 1891 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 238, illus.)
NEW ENGLAND HOTEL, Government Street near Yates Street, for the Young Brothers, 1892 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 3 May 1892, 6, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 92-3, illus.)
DRIARD HOTEL, View Street at Broad Street, 1892; altered 1989 (C.A.B., xii, June 1899, 114, illus. & descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 84-7, illus.)
VERNON, B.C., store for W.F. Cameron, Barnard Avenue, 1892 (Vernon News, 7 July 1892, 5, descrip.)
NATIONAL ELECTRIC TRAMWAY & LIGHT CO., Store Street, warehouses, 1892 (C.R., iii, 27 Aug. 1892, 2; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 3, 2014, 33, illlus. & descrip.)
NANAIMO, B.C., a two storey retail store for David Spencer, Victoria Crescent, 1897 (Nanaimo Free Press, 30 July 1897, 4, descrip.; 24 Aug. 1897, 1, t.c.; C.R., viii, 9 Sept. 1897, 1)
HALL BLOCK, Yates Street, 1897 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 55, illus.)
JOHNSON STREET, stores and apartments for F.E. Newberger, 1899 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 11 May 1899, 5, t.c.)

INSTITUTIONAL & ECCLESIASTICAL

GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS, addition to the 'Birdcages', for the Audit Office, 1874; burned 1957 (dwgs. at BCPA)
REFORMED EPISCOPAL CHURCH, Blanshard Street at Humboldt Street, 1874-75 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 6 Feb. 1875, 3, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 206-09, illus.)
CENTRAL SCHOOL, Yates Street at View Street, 1875; additions 1882, 1888 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 13 July 1875, 3, descrip.; British Columbia, Sessional Papers, 1876, Public Schools Report for 1875, 92, descrip.; Sessional Papers, 1883, Public Accounts, 279, descrip.; dwgs. at BCPA)
NANAIMO, B.C., Presbyterian Church, 1876 (Nanaimo Free Press, 16 Aug. 1876, 2, t.c.)
CACHE CREEK, B.C., Boarding School, 1876 (British Columbia, Sessional Papers, 1876, Public School Report for 1875, 97-8, descrip.)
DELUGE FIRE HOUSE, Yates Street near Broad Street, 1877 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 30 Oct. 1877, 3, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 31-2, illus.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., extensive alterations to the Lunatic Asylum, 1878 (British Columbia, Sessional Papers, 1877, Public Accounts, 318; dwgs. at BCPA)
ODD FELLOW'S HALL, Douglas Street near Yates Street, 1879-80 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Dec. 1878, 3, descrip.; 12 March 1880, 3, descrip.)
CITY HALL, Douglas Street at Pandora Avenue, 1878, additions 1881, 1890 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 May 1878, 2; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 58-61, illus.; C. Cameron & J. Wright, Second Empire Style in Canadian Architecture, 1980, 76-7, illus.)
MASONIC HALL, Douglas Street at Fisgard Street, 1878 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Oct. 1878, 3, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 66-9, illus.)
NANAIMO, B.C., St. Ann's Roman Catholic Convent, Wentworth Street at Wallace Street, 1879 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 26 April 1879, 3, descrip.)
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Pandora Street, reconstruction after the fire, with new School House, 1883 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 5 Jan. 1884, 3, descrip.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Reformed Episcopal Church, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 15 July 1884, 3, descrip.)
NORTH SAANICH, B.C., Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 1885 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 4 July 1885, 3, descrip.)
ST. ANNE'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CONVENT, Humboldt Street, a new east wing, and alterations to main building, 1886 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 1 April 1886, 3, descrip.; Victoria Daily Times, 28 April 1886, 4, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 210-13, illus.; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 74-6, illus. & descrip.)
WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH, addition of a new Sunday School, 1886 (Victoria Daily Times, 18 Aug. 1886, 4, t.c.)
ESQUIMALT, B.C., a two storey brick block at the Dockyard, and other works at Her Majesty's Yards, including powder magazine, 1887-88 (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3; 18 Aug. 1888, 2, t.c.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Masonic Temple, Columbia Street at Lorne Street, 1887 (Daily British Columbian [New Westminster], 23 Feb. 1887, 3, descrip.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., St. Ursula's Roman Catholic Convent School, Dunsmuir Street at Homer Street, 1888; demol. (Evening Herald [Vancouver], 23 June 1888, 1, descrip.; Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4; Vancouver Daily World, 31 Dec. 1888, 4; 4 Jan. 1889, 1, descrip.)
ROYAL JUBILEE HOSPITAL, Richmond Road off Cadboro Bay Road, 1888-89, demol. 1962; with addition of a new Operating Theatre for the Hospital, 1896 (Victoria Daily Times, 16 April 1888, 4; 23 April 1889, 1, descrip.; Daily Colonist [Victoria], 10 June 1888, 1, t.c.; C.R., vii, 2 April 1896, 3; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 207-09, illlus. & descrip.)
ST. JOSEPH'S ROMAN CATHOLIC HOSPITAL, Humboldt Street, additions and alterations, 1888 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 18 March 1928, 44; Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4)
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOC. BLOCK, northeast corner of Broad Street at Trounce Alley, a two storey block for Alexander Alfred Green, to be occupied by the YMCA and by the B.C. Telephone Co., 1889 (Victoria Daily Times, 25 Sept. 1889, 1, descrip.)
VICTORIA PUBLIC MARKET, Broad Street at Pandora Street, 1893 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 7 Feb. 1897, 2, illus. & descrip.; Stuart Stark, The B.C. Agricultural Association Exhibition Building, 2017, 58, illus. & descrip.)
NANAIMO, B.C., Masonic Temple, Front Street, adjoining The Bank of British Columbia, 1894 (Nanaimo Free Press, 23 June 1894, 3, t.c.)
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION REFUGE HOME, Cormorant Street, 1899 (C.R., x, 24 May 1899, 2)

RESIDENTIAL

FORT STREET, for William J. Jeffree, 1875 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 11 July 1875, 2)
VANCOUVER STREET, at Rockland Avenue, residence for Charles Hayward, 1875 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 148-49)
FAIRFIELD ROAD, mansion for Chief Justice Sir Matthew Begbie, 1876 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 14 July 1876, 2, descrip.)
SAANICH ROAD,residences for Henry C. Courtney and William Galley, 1876 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 14 July 1876, 2, descrip.)
PLEASANT STREET, opposite Hillside Avenue, 'Point Ellice House', alterations to residence for Peter O'Reilly, 1876-77; still standing as of 2019 (BCPA, MS 0412, Peter O'Reilly Papers, entry for 15 Jan. 1876; inf. Dorothy Mindenhall, Victoria)
JOHNSON STREET, near Douglas Street, residence for Anton Vigelius, 1878 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 May 1878, 2; inf. Dorothy Mindenhall, Victoria)
VANCOUVER STREET, at Burdett Avenue, 'Oakdene', for Dr. Israel W. Powell, 1883 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 6 Jan. 1884, 3, descrip.)
COOK STREET, at Richardson Street, for Hon. Paulus A. Irving, 1883 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 5 Jan. 1884, 3)
JOHNSON STREET, for Nathan Pointer, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Jan. 1884, 1)
CADBORO BAY, for Thomas Earle, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Jan. 1884, 1)
CHATHAM STREET, extensive additions and improvements to residence for John Shaw, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Jan. 1884, 1)
CHATHAM STREET, two houses for H.L. Jones, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Jan. 1884, 1)
BLANSHARD STREET, at Chatham Street, three cottages for J.W. Williams, and one cottage on Fisgard Street at Douglas Street, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 Jan. 1884, 1)
CHATHAM STREET, near Blanchard Street, three cottages for Joseph Kuna, "...one of these for his own use", 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 Feb. 1884, 1; Victoria Daily Times, 5 Aug. 1884, 2)
GOVERNMENT STREET, at Saanich Road, for Henry Waller, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 March 1884, 3)
PANDORA STREET, near Cook Street, for Capt. Louis Vigelius, 1884; demol. (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 March 1884, 3, descrip.)
BEAVER LAKE, residence for the Caretaker of the City Water Works, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 21 May 1884, 1, t.c.)
CHATHAM STREET, near Douglas Street, four houses for J.W. Williams, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 30 May 1884, 1, t.c.)
PEMBERTON ROAD, near Cadboro Bay Road, "The Priory", for Edward Gawlor Prior, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 6 July 1884, 3, descrip.; Victoria Daily Times, 15 Nov. 1884, 3, descrip.; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 3, 2014, 147-48, illus. & descrip.)
CADBORO BAY ROAD, for Frank Page, 1884 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 4 Sept. 1884, 3)
QUADRA STREET, near Yates Street, two houses for H.L. Jones, 1885 (Victoria Daily Times, 10 Jan. 1885, 2, t.c.)
VANCOUVER STREET, for Charles Hayward, 1885 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 148, illus.)
GORGE ROAD, for Maurice Humber, 1885 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 148-9, illus.)
ESQUIMALT, B.C., Naval Storekeeper's House, 1885 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 1 Jan. 1886, 2; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 392-3, illus.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 236-7, illus.)
YATES STREET, a Bishop's Palace for The Rev. Charles J. Seghers, 1885 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 9 June 1885, 1, t.c.; 1 Jan. 1886, 2, descrip.)
COOK STREET, at Chatham Street, villa for the architect, 1885 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 1 Jan. 1886, 2; BCPA, Colonist Holiday Number, 25 Dec. 1887, 8ff, illus.)
VANCOUVER STREET, at Meares Street, for Alfred J. Langley, 1887 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 May 1887, 1; Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
VIEW STREET, for J.E. Phillips, 1887 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 May 1887, 1; Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
SIMCOE STREET, for J.H. Lawson, 1887 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 May 1887, 1; Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
SAANICH ROAD [now Douglas Avenue], at Market Street, for Henry Waller, 1887; demol. (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
FORT STREET, for John Riley, 1887 (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
FORT STREET, two houses for Thomas D. Galpin, 1887 (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
COOK STREET, at Pandora Street, addition to residence for James Murray, 1887; demol. (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
JOHN STREET, for Capt. S. Williams, 1887 (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
FERNWOOD ROAD, near Yates Street, for William Trickey, 1887; demol. (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
FORT STREET, for Dr. G.A. Dearden, 1887 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 May 1887, 1)
HILLSIDE AVENUE, at Second Street, "Allandale", a residence for James Allan Grahame, on the Work Estate, 1887; demol. 1927 (Victoria Daily Times, 22 July 1887, 1, t.c.; 31 Dec. 1887, 3, extensive descrip.; inf. Jennifer Barr, Victoria)
ESQUIMALT, B.C., residence for the Medical Officer at the Royal Naval Hospital, 1887 (Victoria Daily Times, 31 Dec. 1887, 3)
BLANSHARD STREET, for J.A. Thomson, 1888 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 22 June 1888, 1, t.c.)
BLANSHARD STREET, at Discovery Street, for David R. Ker, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4)
QUEBEC STREET, in James Bay, for Capt. James Bendrot, 1888; demol. 1971 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4)
BLANSHARD STREET, near Cormorant Street, for George Thompson, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4; 27 Dec. 1888, 3)
FORT STREET, at Yates Street, for Mrs. Margaret Camsusa, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4; 27 Dec. 1888, 3)
PANDORA STREET, for W.J. Pendray, 1888 (Victoria Daily Times, 28 June 1888, 4)
SCORSBY STREET, near Vancouver Street, for Percival Brown, 1888; demol. (Victoria Daily Times, 27 Dec. 1888, 3)
BLANSHARD STREET, for J.B. Kerr, 1889 (Victoria Daily Times, 27 Dec. 1888, 3; Daily Colonist [Victoria], 1 Jan. 1889, Supplement, 2)
BLANSHARD STREET, for G.C. Thompson, 1889 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 1 Jan. 1889, Supplement, 2)
YATES STREET, near Ormond Street, for Mrs. William J. Jeffree, 1889; demol. 1969 (Victoria Daily Times, 10 April 1889, 4)
PANDORA STREET, residence for Anton Vigelius, 1889; demol. July 1976 (Victoria Daily Times, 12 April 1889, 4)
GORGE ROAD, near Elizabeth Street, major additions and alterations to residence for Alexander James McLellan, 1889 (Victoria Daily Times, 12 April 1889, 4)
GORGE ROAD, a mansion for Senator Thomas R. McInnes, 1890, but project later abandoned (Vancouver Daily World, 4 Aug. 1890, 4; Daily Colonist [Victoria], 4 Sept. 1890, 1, t.c.; 15 Oct. 1890, 5; inf. Dr. Dorothy Mindenhall, Victoria)
CALEDONIA AVENUE, residence for Rt. Rev. Bishop Hills, the Anglican Bishop, 1890-91 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 1, 2013, 37-9, illus. & descrip.)
CALEDONIA AVENUE, a residence for use as St. Barnabas Church Institute Hall, 1890-91 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 1, 2013, 39-40, illus. & descrip.)
CADBORO BAY ROAD, residence for Walter Walker, 1890 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 1, 2013, 74-5, illus. & descrip.)
AVALON ROAD, residence for Walter Quinlan, 1891; house relocated in 1914 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House - Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods - Vol. 2, James Bay, 2018, 48-9, illus. & descrip.)
CATHERINE STREET, residence for Beaumont Boggs, 1891 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 1, 2013, 162, illus. & descrip.)
ESQUIMALT, Officer's Ward at Naden Naval Hospital, 1891 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 239, illus.)
KINGSTON STREET, for Capt. Charles Spring, 1891 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 13 Sept. 1891, 6, t.c.)
CRAIGFLOWER ROAD, 'Burleith', a mansion for James Dunsmuir, 1892; burned 1931 (M. Segger, The Buildings of Samuel Maclure, 1986, 50, illus.)
RICHARDSON STREET, residence for Hedley Chapman, 1892 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 116, illus. & descrip.)
VANCOUVER STREET, row of six detached houses for Hedley Chapman, 1892 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 138-42, illus. & descrip.)