Honeyman, John James Bastion

HONEYMAN, John James Bastion (1864-1934)
(biography in preparation)

J.J. HONEYMAN

NANAIMO, B.C., a group of three 5-room cottages for J.E. Jenkins, 1891 (Nanaimo Free Press, 20 Aug. 1891, 1, t.c.)
WELLINGTON,, B.C. Presbyterian Church, 1892 (Nanaimo Free Press, 24 March 1892, 4)
NANAIMO, B.C., residence for A.E. Planta, Newcastle Avenue, 1892 (Nanaimo Free Press, 4 May 1892, 4)
NANAIMO, B.C., additions and alterations to residence for C.H. Beevor Potts, Milton Street at Wentworth Street, in the Newcastle Townsite, 1892 (Nanaimo Free Press, 11 May 1892, 1, t.c.)
NANAIMO, B.C., Fire Hall, Nicol Street at Crace Street, 1892-93 (C.R., iii, 1 Oct. 1892, 1; Nanaimo Free Press, 16 Nov. 1893, 3, Letter to the Editor from Honeyman responding to criticism of his design of the Fire Hall); addition of tower and belfry, 1893 (Nanaimo Free Press, 7 Dec. 1893, 4, descrip.)
WELLINGTON, B.C., large retail store for E. Cook & Co. :"...close to the Wellington Hotel", 1893 (Nanaimo Free Press, 24 Jan. 1893, 4)
NANAIMO, B.C., A.R. Johnston & Co., a two storey commercial block with stores, Bastion Street at Commercial Street, 1893 (Nanaimo Free Press, 24 March 1893, 1; 29 March 1893, 3, t.c.; 25 May 1893, 1, descrip.)
WELLINGTON, B.C., stores and offices for E. Patton, 1894 (Nanaimo Free Press, 22 Aug. 1894, 1, t.c.)
WELLINGTON, B.C., I.O.O.F. Forester's Hall, 1895 (Nanaimo Free Press, 22 April 1895, 2, descrip.; 2 May 1895, 2, t.c.; C.R., vi, 9 May 1895, 1)
NANAIMO, B.C., Central School, Selby Street, 1895 (C.R., vi, 6 June 1895, 2, t.c.; Nanaimo Free Press, 11 Sept. 1895, 4, descrip.; B.C., Report of the Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works for British Columbia for 1895, pub. 1896, 379-80, descrip.)
ROSSLAND, B.C., Court House, Columbia Avenue at Monte Christo Street, 1898-1901 (Rossland Miner, 28 July 1898; B.C., Sessional Papers, Public Accounts, 1901, 113; 1902, 379; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 184, 186, 233, illus.)
ROSSLAND, B.C., office, laboratory, assay office and cottage residence for the British America Mining Co., 1898 (Rossland Miner, 27 July 1898, 1, descrip.; C.R., ix, 17 Aug. 1898, 3)
ROSSLAND, B.C., Skating & Curling Arena, 1898 (Vancouver Daily World, 25 Oct. 1898, 3, descrip.)
ROSSLAND, B.C., Rossland Club, Le Roi Avenue at Queen Street, 1899; burned 1929 (C.R., x, 19 April 1899, 3)
ROSSLAND, B.C., Fire Hall and Public Library, First Avenue at Queen Street, 1900 (C.R., xi, 21 March 1900, 2)
SNOESHOE MINE, B.C. (near Phoenix, B.C.), Boarding House for miners, and Bunkhouse for miners, 1901 (Phoenix Pioneer, 28 Sept. 1901, 1)
ROSSLAND, B.C., residence for William Wadds, Columbia Avenue East, 1902 (C.A.B., xv, May 1902, 65, illus.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., residence for Dr. Robert C. Boyle, Robson Street at Jervis Street, 1903 (Vancouver Daily World, 6 March 1903, 4, t.c.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., residence for Wilfrid F. Brougham, Pendrell Street at Park Road, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 28 Oct. 1903, 2)
VANCOUVER, B.C., St. John's Presbyterian Church, Comox Street at Broughton Street, 1903-04, a temporary church building completed in 1904, and later replaced by a new St. John's Church by Honeyman & Curtis in 1906 (Vancouver Daily World, 22 Jan. 1903, 8; 11 May 1904, 16)

HONEYMAN & CURTIS

(works in Vancouver unless noted)

PENDER STREET, at Seymour Street, commercial block for A. St. George Hamersly, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 10 May 1905, 6)
ST. JOHN'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Comox Street at Broughton Street, 1906; burned 1974 (C.R., xvii, 14 March 1906, 4; Province [Vancouver], 2 Nov. 1912, 22, illus.)
MAINLAND TRANSFER CO., Beatty Street, warehouse, 1906 (Vancouver Daily World, 29 May 1906, 9, t.c.)
BURRARD STREET, at Pender Street, commercial block for Mrs. E. Charleson, 1906 (Vancouver Daily World, 18 Aug. 1906, 1)
CRANBROOK, B.C., Court House, 1906-07; demol. 1955 (Parks Canada, Canadian Inventory of Historic Building, Manuscript Report 288, 152, illus.)
NORTH VANCOUVER, Fire Hall, 1907 (Express [North Vancouver], 10 May 1907, 4, t.c.)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Granville Street at Dunsmuir Street, major addition, with an additional storey on the roof, 1907 (Vancouver Daily World, 15 Aug. 1907, 3, descrip.; Const., i, Oct. 1907, 64)
FIRE HALL NO. 6, Nelson Street at Nicola Street, 1907-08 (Vancouver Daily World, 2 May 1907, 14, t.c.; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 124, illus.)
CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., Pender Street West near Thurlow Street, 1908 (Const., ii, Dec. 1908, 62)
KAMLOOPS, B.C., Court House, West Seymour Street, 1908 (C.R., xviii, 4 Dec. 1907, 18, t.c.; B.C., Sessional Papers, Public Accounts, 1910, 106; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 189, 230, illus.)
NORTH VANCOUVER, St. John's Anglican Church, 13th Street at Chesterfield Avenue, 1909 (Express [North Vancouver], 5 March 1909, 6, descrip.)
(with George Stanley-Rees) FERNIE, B.C., Court House, 4th Avenue, 1909-11 (B.C., Sessional Papers, Public Accounts, 1910, 106; 1912, 132; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 190, 230, illus.)
DAVIE STREET, at Cardero Street, large residence for James S. Emerson, 1909 (Vancouver Daily World, 27 Feb. 1909, 25, illus.)
POINT GREY ROAD, near Trafalgar Street, residence for Matthew S. Logan, 1909 (Vancouver & Victoria Architecturally, 1911, unpag., illus.; Vancouver Heritage Inventory Summary Report, 1986, 51, illus.)
ANGUS DRIVE, near Granville Street, residence for Richard Marpole, 1909-10 (City of Vancover Planning Dept., Vancouver Building Register, 1973)
HOTEL VANCOUVER, Georgia Street at Granville Street, major addition, 1911; demol. 1946 (C.R., xxv, 1 March 1911, 28; Modern Architecture In Vancouver, 1911, unpag., illus.)
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C., commercial block for Irwin & Billings Co., Lonsdale Avenue at Fifth Street West, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 3 Aug. 1910, 25)
FRANK DARLING & CO., Homer Street near Helmcken Street, 1910 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
C.P.R. BUILDING, at the northeast corner of Howe Street at Robson Street, for the Canadian Pacific Railway, 1910-11 (Vancouver Daily World, 10 Nov. 1910, 20, t.c.)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Granville Street at Dunsmuir Street, 1911 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
HOTEL COLUMBIA, Columbia Avenue at Cordova Street, 1911-12 (Vancouver Daily World, 6 April 1912, 22, descrip.; dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
IMPERIAL RICE MILLING CO., Railway Street, factory, 1911 (H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1978, 64, illus.)
POINT GREY, 'Thorley Park', a residence for Wilfird F. Brougham, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 13 March 1912, 68)
MERRITT, B.C., St. Michael's Anglican Church, 1913 (Province [Vancouver], 16 July 1913, 14)
STANDARD MOTORS LTD., The Kingsway at 8th Avenue S.E., 1919 (British Columbia Record [Vancouver], 3 Nov. 1919, 2)
TRIANON BALLROOM, Granville Street, 1920 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
OKANAGAN LANDING, B.C., residence and farm buildings for J.C. Dunwaters, 1920 (C.R., xxxiv, 2 June 1920, 58)
STAR THEATRE, Main Street, between Hastings Street and Cordova Street, a new moving picture theatre for Boyd & Clendenning, 1921 (Vancouver Daily World, 13 Aug. 1921, 10, descrip.; City of Vancouver b.p. A 1587, 19 Aug. 1921)
ST. PAUL'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, East 18th Avenue at Glen Drive, 1924 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
SOUTH VANCOUVER, Robson Memorial Church, East 18th Avenue at Fleming Street, 1925 (Journal of Commerce [Vancouver], 10 July 1925, 1; 7 Aug. 1925, 1; City of Vancouver b.p. 8697, 22 Sept. 1925; inf. Patrick Gunn, City of Vancouver)
NORTH VANCOUVER, First Church of Christ Scientist, Keith Road East, 1925 (H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 226, illus.)
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Cambie Street, 1926 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
ALEXANDER STREET, at Columbia Street, waiting room and landing for the North Vancouver Ferry, 1927 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
NELSON, B.C., St. Saviour's Anglican Church, Ward Street at Silica Street, major additions and alterations, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 28 March 1928, 52; B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1980, 163, illus.)
THE CRESCENT, facing Shaughnessy Park, residence for Bryce W. Fleck, 1928 (R.A.I.C. Journal, v, Nov. 1928, 414, illus.)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS UNITED CHURCH, West 33rd Avenue at Connaught Drive, 1928 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
THE CRESCENT, facing Shaughnessy Park, residence for Mrs. Charlotte C. Carry, 1929 (C.R., xliii, 26 June 1929, 63)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Main Street at East Hastings Street, 1929-30 (C.R., xliii, 13 Nov. 1929, 62; dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Main Street at East Broadway, 1929 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Main Street near Prior Street, 1929 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)