Originally called Almanacs, yearbooks contain a variety of information from official records and reliable sources. All include a general index followed by calendar information. There is historical information on the island, names of Government officers, Military establishment, Churches; Board and Committees; Clubs; Societies; Colleges and Schools; Regulations, Railway and Steamship timetables and fares. There are lists of estates (sugar, cocoa, coconut) including location, names of owners; a record of local events for the year in month order; obituaries and local advertisements. Historical information on Municipalities, Boroughs, Town Councils, past Mayors, names of fruits and vegetables in season are recorded. In 1911 there was a special issue for the coronation of the Queen. The hundred year issue, 1965-1966 included a centenary supplement. Yearbooks of 1926 to 1941 include a section on Barbados. The following individuals compiled the yearbooks for the following years: 1882;1893-1907;1909-1915: Lt. James Henry Collins 1886: Robert J. Lechmere Guppy. 1891: The Creole Almanac for Trinidad and Tobago by L.O. Inniss 1908; 1914. These editions were titled “The Mirror Almanac and General Commercial Directory” compiled by the Mole Brothers. 1915-1944: C.B. Franklin 1945-1969: H. Dow Yearbooks were also called “Franklin’s Yearbooks”. Publication ended in 1969 with the 102nd issue.