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Chapter V: Cattle Drive on Kingsway p. 37

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Bygones of Burnaby
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1977
Board of Licensing Commissions. At this gathering the Royal Oak Hotel liquor licence held by Mr. C. Cridland was transferred to Mr. Dashway who, as new owner of the Hotel, asked for the protection of the authorities against unruly customers. The Columbian of March 16, 1900, reported: “It seems that
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Chapter Nine: Kingsway West School Neighbourhood, McKay District p. 270

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Burnaby Centennial Anthology
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1994
Bailey’s Maple Leaf Dairy. Inter City Lumber Yard. Royal Oak Hotel and Auto Court. Royal Service Station, on the corner of Royal Oak and Kingsway. Royal Canadian Legion #83. Mrs Whelan’s Confectionery. Orvill Charlton’s Barber Shop. Royal Bank, on the corner of Royal Oak and Kingsway
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1994
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Part II: 1901-1910
clean. 1 recall the Royal Oak Hotel, a famous watering place on the arduous horse-and-buggy trip between Vancouver and New Westminster; the old municipal hall at Kingsway and Edmonds; the Oak Theatre, a relatively late addition; and the auto courts that sprang up with the proliferation of good
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Grace Dallamore McCarthy p. 116

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1987
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clean. 1 recall the Royal Oak Hotel, a famous watering place on the arduous horse-and-buggy trip between Vancouver and New Westminster; the old municipal hall at Kingsway and Edmonds; the Oak Theatre, a relatively late addition; and the auto courts that sprang up with the proliferation of good
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1987
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Chapter XI: Commerce Along Kingsway p. 72

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1977
north- east corner of Royal Oak and Kingsway stood the Royal Oak Hotel, built about 1892 to accommodate travellers going between New Westminster and Vancouver. The Hotel was bought by Mr. Andy Johnson in 1910. The following year the same Mr. Johnson built a magnificent home on the south-west comer
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Chapter Nine: Kingsway West School Neighbourhood, McKay District p. 359

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1994
can tell we always had lots of playmates. Also my Sisters Bertha and Jean soon arrived to complete our family. They were both born at home and Dad had to go to the Royal Oak Hotel to phone Dr. Morris as there were no phones on Royal Oak Avenue. Neighbor women helped each other at child birth
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rf^rrffppprrra Margaret and Edwin Butler with daughters Hazel (I) and Gladys. Mrs. Butler was skilled dress maker often called upon by neighbors. Butler family home at 278 - 14th Avenue in East Burnaby c. 1928. Butlers later moved to large house on Buller built by Andy Johnson of Royal Oak
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Chapter II: Agricultures in the Wilderness p. 22

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1977
Avenue past the Royal Oak Hotel (at Kings way) with its cupola surmounted by a white, carved wooden stag. Royal Oak was originally used as a logging road and was planked with three-foot cedar. When the logging era was over, settlers in the vicinity of the road pulled up the planking to use for
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Chapter XI: Commerce Along Kingsway p. 73

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old Harold Carr went along as ‘swamper’, a job which gained him the envy of his peers and a few pennies for his pocket. It was also possible to earn a dime, recalls Mr. Carr, by going over to the Royal Oak Hotel to remove the protective straw off the 35-foot square, open-air dance floor, adjacent
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History of Burnaby
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1947
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the pollard oak in which Charles II. of England hid after the defeat of his army at the battle of Winchester, September 3, 1651. (A pollard oak is one which has been pruned back to thicken its head, which becomes denser in consequence). It is in the northern part of Shropshire. The Royal Oak Hotel
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History of Burnaby
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1947
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Dorothy Gough Love p. 152

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1987
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Part II: 1901-1910
cattle and pigs were driven periodically to the slaughter house near Central Park. Parents like the Goughs warned their children to stay clear of Andy Johnson's notorious Royal Oak Hotel. That only made them all the more curious, of course. Gossip about undesirables notwithstanding, the congregation
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Constable Cook be dispensed with as there is now no pressing need for police protection.” Having thus dismissed its entire police force, to save $5.00 a month, Burnaby carried on for some years without any. It is said that the temporary engagement of Mr. Cook was owing to the fact that the Royal Oak
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delivery truck with part owner Murdoch McMurray leaning on spare wheel. Company was renamed Edmonds Coal and Wood Yard when coal became as popular as cord wood for home heating. auto courts in Burnaby, named the Hollywood. Royal Oak Hotel, where a bottle of Scotch could be bought for $1.75, was
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Grace Smith Pletcher p. 107

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1987
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Royal Oak funeral parlor. Mr. Axford kept the neighborhood store with the post office above. When Andy Johnson retired from the draying business, he built the Royal Oak Hotel on land now occupied by Safeway. Father never realized his wish to retire from the sea and come home to Burnaby to farm
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Edna Armitage Rigby p. 113

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1987
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and Royal Oak, where the Bank of British Columbia is today, and at another patch where Beaver Lumber now is. The man we picked for was a Chinese named Tommy Yee. I used to earn about $25 over the season. Royal Oak Hotel I remember very well; they would tie the horses to the post. I also
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and Royal Oak, where the Bank of British Columbia is today, and at another patch where Beaver Lumber now is. The man we picked for was a Chinese named Tommy Yee. I used to earn about $25 over the season. Royal Oak Hotel I remember very well; they would tie the horses to the post. I also
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Dorothy Gough Love p. 154

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1987
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Eaton's. 1 was eventually transferred to the new Spencer's store at the corner of Columbia and Sixth Street in New Westminster. I worked there until I was married. When we were growing up, we were always warned to stay away from the Royal Oak Hotel which was owned by Andy Johnson. We were told it
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Irene Towson Palethorpe p. 154

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Eaton's. 1 was eventually transferred to the new Spencer's store at the corner of Columbia and Sixth Street in New Westminster. I worked there until I was married. When we were growing up, we were always warned to stay away from the Royal Oak Hotel which was owned by Andy Johnson. We were told it
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Bessie McLaren Taylor p. 207

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1987
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at Kingsway, including the notorious Royal Oak Hotel. On the opposite comer, his beautiful home with the Italian tiled roof was being built. The expensive trees and shrubs, all imported, would make it the show place of the area. A railway spur line ran down Royal Oak Avenue Bessie McLaren
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two days between Vancouver and New Westminster. That was because of the stops to rest the horses. One such stop was at Royal Oak and Kingsway where Safeway is now. The Royal Oak Hotel stood there then. There was also a special train to Chilliwack. You could always tell when it went by because
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two days between Vancouver and New Westminster. That was because of the stops to rest the horses. One such stop was at Royal Oak and Kingsway where Safeway is now. The Royal Oak Hotel stood there then. There was also a special train to Chilliwack. You could always tell when it went by because
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