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The Colonial Office of Tobago
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 quarters.
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.
Rev. S.W. BROWNE
Rev. H.A. TODD
Rev. J. MANNING
Rev. C.B. PHILLIP
Rev. Marc RICHARD
Rev. Saml. RICHARD
Rev. C.P. JULEAN
Rev. W.R. SYMONS
Rev. G.B. BYER
Rev. Pere REGINALD
Police Magistrate and Coroner.
Joseph C. O’HALLORAN, 450 Pounds.
United States of America, Vice-Consul:
** (Salaries are expressed are salaries per annum)