Trades & Employment in 1902

Details sourced from the Kaikorai/Roslyn section of Stones Otago & Southland Directory of 1902.   See also the 1902 Stones Street Directory for Roslyn/Kaikorai.

Martin, Robert jun., accountant
Roach, Edmund Martin, architect
Wood, Mrs S. S., art embroider
Harrison, Robt, artist
Scott, David, artist's color man
McDonald, John, asylum warder
Bowler, Eden, auctioneer
Spiers, Wm, jymn baker
Fraser, Wm, bill poster
Burns, Andrew, jymn blacksmith
Paul, Thos Thompson, bookbinder
Craigie, John, boot finisher
McMillan, George, bootmaker
Burns, Win, bricklayer
Martin, Robert, building contractor
Lamont, Hugh, butcher
Todd, Alex. cab driver
Wilkinson, —, jymn cabinetmkr
Shennan, Peter Hay, canvasser
Pattison, James, carpenter
Myers, George Fredk, carter
Lothian Wm Hodson, cement burner
Nelson, Andrew, chair mnfctr
Anderson, Mrs Jane, charwoman
Kempson, John Tertius, chemist
Watson, Mungo_M.A., Classics master,
    Otago Boys' High School
Martin, John Gillies, clerk
Garden, Alex Polson, clothier's assist
Nicol, Thos, coal merchant
Carey, Henry Boyce, coachbuilder
MacDougall, James G., coach-driver
McDonald Bros. (Donald), coal and produce merchants
Durston, Jas, comn agent
Any ideas on what this is?
Cotton, Henry Benj, compositor
Compositor - A person who sets the type
or text for printing.

Thomson, Alex, j r (of Thomson & Co),
cordial manufacturer
Roberts, Edwd, consulting engineer ;
    b a, Rattray st, D
Dow, William, contractor
Robins, Wm, cook
Keogh, Patk, coppersmith
Reynolds, Wm Chas, cordial maker
Smith, Jas, currier
Currier - a person who dresses and colors
leather after it is tanned.

Montgomery, Wm Barr, custom-hse officer
Stokes, Arthur 01iver, dairyhand
Throp, Benjamin, dentist;
    b a, St Andrew st, D
Evans, Evan, divinity student
Wedderspoon, Miss E., draper
Bullen, Alfd Christopher, draper's asstnt
Wood, Chas, draughtsman
McGeorge, Joseph, dredge propr
Clapperton, Mrs Grace, dressmaker
Halliday, Henry, dyer
Kemnitz, Louis, J P, engraver
    (of Kemnitz and Nicholson)
Keogh, Joseph. expressman
McMillan, Duncan, express proprietor
Torrance, Jas jun, factory operative
Todd, John White, fancy goods dealer
Fraser, John, farmer
Murphy, Edward, farm manager
Ness, Thomas, fellmonger
Fellmonger - A preparer of skins or hides of
animals, esp. sheepskins, prior to leather making.

Cooke, Wm Tom, fireman
Hunter, John, fitter
Pascoe, Wm, flock maker
Jamieson, Geo, flour mill mngr
Foster, David, french polisher
White, Thos, fruiterer
Chuie Gow She, gardener
Johnson, Chas Pendred, govt audit inspctr
Wetherilt, Henry, Govt inspector of machinery
Clothier, Arthur, Govt valuator
Black, Alexr Douglas, grocer's asstnt
Creagh, John, groom
Lyle, John T., hairdresser & tbcnst
Hamel John, hatter
Calverley, Benjamin Chapman, herbalist and
  sand merchant
Roberts, Wm, horse dealer
Crosswell, Robt, horse trainer
Sinclair, Andrew Houston Wilson, hosiery finisher
Vincent, Harry, hosiery mnfctr
Goyen, Peter, inspector of schools
Barr, James (of Paterson and Barr), ironmonger
Davys, Wm John, ironmonger's assist
Walker, Wm Hudson, ironmoulder
Ironmoulder - Made moulds for casting iron.
May, Arthur John, iron turner
Wright, John, J P, inspctr & valuator
Wilson, John, insurance agent
Wright, Walter, joiner
Kennedy, John Win, journalist
Ryan, Edward, laborer
Dickinson, Mrs Ellen, ladies' nurse
Baylie, John Wycliffe, law clerk
Johnstone, John Henry, letter carrier
Roslyn Institute, W. O. Millar, librarian Downes, Edwd Henry, lineman
Pearce, Wm Jas, litho machinist
  McIntyre, John Baxter, lithographer
McIntyre, Peter, lithographic artist
Ellis, Frank, loom tuner
Nicol, Jas, lumper
Lumper - 1) Dock worker unloading timber for
a "Master Lumper" 2) Worker in salt making.

Bone, Albert Edward, manager of boot factory
Gilroy, John, marine engineer
Todd, David, mariner
Richardson, Herbert, master mariner
Leashman, John, mech engineer
Harty, Thomas Kew, merchant
Dowse, John, mill employee
Hansen, Anton, miner
Waters, Daniel Black, mining lecturer:
    Otago University
Mackay, John, mining student
Reed, Joseph, news agent
Sonntag, Thomas, nurseryman
Galloway, John, packer
Sewell, Win Jas, painter, etc
Martin, Thos, parchment maker
Oliver, John, pastrycook
White, Wm John, pattern maker
O'Conner, Daniel, photographer
De Granges, Alphonse, piano tuner
Chiaroni, Ambrose jun, picture framer
Newman, Jas, plasterer
Wise, James, ploughman
Wilson, Jas, P.O. clerk
Hastings, Michael, police constable
Cooney, John, police detective
Love, Johnston, porter
Markby, Robt jun, power loom tuner
Coupar, Robt Douglas, printer's machinist
Cotton, Mrs Frances E., private school
Sutherland, David, produce merchant
Scott, John Halliday, M D,
  professor of anatomy and physiology
Forbes, George, quarryman
Sullivan, Francis Joseph, rabbit exporter
Ross, Robert, railway clerk
Dugdale, John M., railway shunter
Reade, Geo Allan, receiver of land revenue
Hall, William Joseph, regis of b., d.,
  and m., and registrar of electors
Taylor, James, registrar of Old Age Pensions
Whittington, Leonard, relieving mngr
    Bank of N.Z.
Donoughue, Patrick, road contractor
Trembath, John, jymn saddler
Jones, James Alexander, sawyer
Sawyer - Timber mill/pit worker, sawing timber.
Duff, Jas, school caretaker
Richardson, Charles Reynolds Dalton,
    B.A., school inspector
Allnutt, Wm Chas, schoolmaster
Turnbull, Miss Isabella, school teacher
Bergamini, Carlo, sculptor
Walker, William, seaman
Scott, James R., sharebroker, etc
    b a, Crawford st, D
Cameron, Alexr, shepherd
Turnbull, Robert, shipping clerk
Kedzlie, Geo, slaughterman
Buie, Neil, soapmaker
Stables, Wm John, stationer's asstnt
Carew, Edgar Hall, J P, stipendiary magistrate
Duncan, Peter, stock agent
Crawford, James, stonemason
Sutherland and Melver,
    (David Sutherland), storekeepers
Chapman, Edwin, surfaceman
Miller, Matthew, surgeon
Murphy, John, surveyor
Gillespie, David, jymn tailor
Harrison, Kaber, tchr of acting
Stewart, Jas, tea dealer
Burton Alfd Henry, teacher of elocution
Beath, Geo, tchr of music
Williams, Frank, telegraphist
Sunderland, Arthur, jymn tinsmith
Fairbairn, Thos Bolster, town clerk City of Dunedin
Beveridge, Wm, train driver
Anderson, Peter, tram conductor
Bartlett, Henry John, tram driver
Mason, John, traveller
Corbett, Joseph, upholsterer
Birrell, John, van-driver
Turnbull, Geo, warehouseman
Dawson, David (of D. Dawson and Co), watchmaker
Bambery, Mrs Isabella, weaver
Ferguson, John, warper
Warper - 1) Set up the "warp" (thread) on looms
2) Moved boats by hauling on their "warps" (ropes).

Pellett, Wm., wood turner
Smaill, Jas, wool carder
Carrodus, Thomas, wool classer
Johnston, Alex, wool designer
Spiers, Bertram jun, wool scourer
Chambers, Edwd Navy, worsted spinner