The Government Notification no. 356 in Hongkong Government Gazette released on 3 September 1887 mentions:
The Road which runs parallel to the Western Praya at Kowloon Point, on the Eastern side of Marine Lots Nos. 9, 10, 11, 20, 21, 21A and 22, shall from henceforth be known as and designated MacDonnell Road.
I have transcribed the part about the thre photos, ? means I was unsure of the word:
First is the mast ? of Pedder's Hill, late the Harbourmasters residence and offices, 84 feet above and 800 from high water mark. This view is taken from the 3 gun battery infrom of the new Government ?<Read more ...>
A picturesque view of the Fort occupied by the British on Kowloon, looking towards the Peak. The position is marked on the Royal Panorama Sheet, cf. No. 15, and is marked * No. 49, Original Chinese Fort, called by the English, Fort Victoria The letterpress to the plate says:—