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TILE AOIITIC COAtiJUBKCiAL ADVERTISEIt: HONOLtJLIJ, OCTOBER 31, 1894.
GtSU RMLWiY k W C0.'S TIME TABLE. from r''J ts? JUMS . leva. TO A .M. 4:25 5:10 5:. .jr. p.m. r.x. 5:10 5:56 6:22 Leava Honolulu... S:4- l:4j Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2 ;30 Arrive Eti Mill... 07 2:57 TO HONOLULU. C B A.M. A.M. Leave Kwa Miil..:21 10:43 Leave Pearl City. .6:55 11:15 Arrive Honolala..7:30 11 Aj A Saturdays only. B Dally. O Sunday excepted. A P.M. 5:12 6:10 6:45 P.M. 3:43 4:15 4 :55 The Pacific Commercial Adrertiser Iud Every Morning. Except Su nd7, by the Hawaiian Gazf.ttk Company At No. 318 Merchant Htrt. EIGHT PAGES. SCB9CKIPTIOX HATES: Tnz Daily Pacific Commercial Adver tiser (8 PAQES) Per month in advance n j Per quarter in advance - VVJ Per year in ad vance . . . . . . . . . . ... - w Per year, postpaid to United States of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00 1 year, postpaid Foreign 14 uu Hawaiian Gazettb, Semi-Weekly (3 pages Tuesdays and Fridays) Per year 104 numbers . . . . 0 Per year-U. 8. and Canada. ...... 6 00 Per year .other Foreign Countries.. to Payable Invariably In Advance. iF.O. U. PAKIS, Business Manager. WEDNFSDAY. : OCTOBER 31. 1394. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. October, 1H9. I BO. T "IT "ST M. Tu. W. iTb. Fr. 1 8 "17 23 29 3 10 4 j 5 i First Qu'r 13 Jj Oct. g. ' rail Moon 20 J Oct. 14. J. i ; 17 ; i3 ; u rTi 2 23 ; 26 w"i 31 f ! I SL Lat Qu'r ict.2l. ; i. ct. vh. niKElON MAIL HKKVJCr. tf aaiiii!p3 will leave for and arrive from tiin Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 18S5. Ab. at HONOLULU FM.SA!f frKAKCIKCO oa Vacocveb On or Ahmt Australia ....Nov. 3 China Nov. 12 Alameda.... Nov. Aliowcra Nov.21 Australia Dc. 1 Oceanic Dec. 11 Mariposa.... Dec. 10 Arawa Dec 21 Australia. . . . Dec. '-J ilonowii... Jan. 17 Australia. . . . Jan. '2t Alameda Feb. 14 Australia Feb. 23 Mariposa.... Mar. H Australia... Mar. 2$ Monowai. ...Apr. H Australia. ..Apr. 0 Alameda May 9 Australia.. . May IS Mariposa June I Australia. ...June 15 Monowai July 4 Australia July 1? Alameda Aug. I Australia Vug. 10 alariposa. . ..Aufr. 19 Australia fc'ept. 7 Monowai... Sept. 2J Australia Oct. 5 Alameda Oct. 21 Australia Nor. 2 I,kavx Hool:;lc FjK BaN FSAJClrCO OB VAcocvra On or About Micwera Nov.l Australia... iOf . 10 Mariposa.... Nov. 13 Oceanic Nov. 19 Arawa Dc. 1 Australia Dec. 8 Monowai.... Dec. 13 Miowera Dec 31 China DtC 31 1895. Australia Jan. 5 Alameda... Jan. 10 Australia Feb. 2 Maripo?a Feb. 7 Australia Mar. 2 Monowai Mar. 7 Australia... Mar. J) Alameda.. Australia. . Mariposa. . Australia.. Monowai. . ...Apr. 4 ..Apr. 27 ...May 2 ..May 25 ..May 30 Australia. Alameda. . . june'-TJ ...June27 Australia July 20 I Inl,. Australia. Auc. 17 n 19 Monowai. Australia Alameda. Australia Mariposa. Australia, .. Aug. . .Sept. ..Sept. ...Oct. 12 ...Oct. 17 ... Nov. 9 Tide. Sun and Moon. xi j m SH S H o o 3 Day. 55 p.m. 'a.m. i p.oj. a.m. Mon 4. 0 4.30 ( 5. 0 5. CO 4. 0 9.40 lu. u 10. 1 10.30 10.45 11.13 10. ?0 a. 3u; p.m. O.'ZS, 1 20l 2. J0; 3.30 3. 0! 6. 2 6. 3 . 3 6. a fi. 4 6.10 7.47 S.4) 9.35 10.30 1 .2i Tuea .. 4.2i 4.5o! 5.1'! 6. 0 5.25. 5.C4 5 24i 5.-M. Wed... . Than.. rna... Bat..... Ban.... 31 1 6.33. 7.20 : ft 2V 7. o: 6. 4 t. it 5 8.2-J Jfew moon Oct. 2iib t a. ra. MeteoroloKical llccord. T TUB WIBXMST VBVST. tTCRT MONDAY. VrBLJiHED n,.nni.rnrrMtfJ for temtrature anl nation, tut cot for latltndf. The Daily Advertiser, 75 cents a rnoDtb. Delivered by Carrier. ? r if j; ? ; f s l: ; ? aBjC?H Sn 21 uTl3 30.C5 Tl -C2 591 41 E 2 i(on 30.14 30.C3 66 C .l 64 3 4 Tne il,30.1l30.C4 72 fcl .0 C4 3 j 5 Wed .M 30.13 TO.VS ;4 .Ct 6- 9 EN 5 THO vJ3, 30.11 20.0 73 -fel .07 .1 . sjs 5 s"t i7l30l5MM 74 80-Ccl 67j 3 NK 4 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS gs iokt. SAVAL u,jEI. H 15 M .-5 Hyactnat Mayt T.irsl i-iand. A EST (This ,3 not inclule roaster.-.) 'r ljark 'V.maru. Iirown. Newcastle, hchr lf-rt Lewer-j, Goodman, laysan Is. V.hr Alice Ooke. i'euhallow. Fort tT ownsend. 1 -r bk Cadzow Forest, Mclnness. Newc tle. Am bktne Planter. Dow, layan Island. Am bktne Klikitat. Cutler, fori lowmeuu. Am bktne a N Cattle. Hubbard, a I. Am bk Albf rt, (irillith-. ban Fran. Haw bkMauna Ala, Newcastle. N a W -atrnr Nan-han. King. Kole. rnilKIGN VESSELS rXl'ECTED. V.' here from. Iue. Oct 15 Oct 20 Oct 30 ...Nor 5 ...Nov JO . . .Nov 10 . . . Nov ...Nov 15 ...Nov 30 .. .Nov 30 ...Dec 10 Am chr lira. Am bic El si no re ilk lutenbeck Haw bk II I liithet .. Am brg W (i Irwin... Am bkC D Dryant... Am bk Martha Davis Am bk C F Crocker.. Am chr Puritan NV.r fchin (ilanivor. . . .Eureka.. . .Newcastle . Livero-ol, a F .ri F .a F a f .a F (Hilo). ..Newcastle .Newcastle. (ier bk Paul Isenberg .Dremen... bhip ii r oiaue .Liverpool . .Jan 30 ARRIVALS. TCEflDAV. Oct. 30. atmr Waialeale.bmytbe. from Hamakua. fetmr W G Hall, bimerson. from rlawad ami Maui. fctrnr Hawaii, Fitzgerald, from Hama kua. ikpai:ti:i:ks. TCESDAY. Oct. 3. atmrMokolii, McGregor, for Lanai and Molokai. Stmr James Makee. Peterson, for Kapaa. atmr Mikahala, Haslund, for Kauai, atmr Claudine. Cameron, for Maui. Stmr Waimanalo, Davis, for Kauai. Stmr I'ele, Peterson, for Makaweli. IASSE KKv ARRIVALS. From Maui and Hawaii rer stmr V i Hall. Oct 3i-Col S Norm. V W Hall, W C Achi, I Sherwood. Dr J C Warbrick, II Strauch, Miss E Waiwaiole and 70 deck. DEPARTURES. From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. Oct. 30 A Cropp, J F Scott and wife, Mrs Weber, Mrs Hardy, A Conradt, J Conradt, E K Cull, Misses Hartwell, H Strauch. IMPORTS. Per stmr V G Hall 800 bags eugar, 32) bags coffee, G5 bags awa. 20 head cattle, 10 hogs and 75 pkga sundries. BORN. FENNELL At Punaluu. Hawaii, Oct. 22d, 1894, to the wife of W P Fennell, twin daughters. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Oct. 30, 10 p.m. Weather, cloudy ; wind, light north. The Andrew Welch will proba bly sail today. The Japanese steamer is dis charging freight at the Pacific Mail dock. The new wharve3 are to be roofed over. This work will be under taken in a very short time. The mutineers of the Xanshan are still on board that steamer. They will be brought ashore today for trial. Sixteen vessels of various classes are now in process of construction for the United States navy, and the last of these will be finished and in commission within two years. It 13 generally understood that the Hyacinth will leave this port next Tuesday. The orders are to proceed to the Marquesas. No one knows yet what ship will come to keep the British flag in the harbor. Rumors about the Royal Arthur are again afloat. The Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany has reduced the rate on can ned meats to China and Japan from f 12 to .$ 5 in order to divert traffic from the Canadian Pacific line of steamers, which has recentlv been handling heavy shipments from Chicago and Omaha packing houses. Captain Christian, the president of the Inter-Island Dock Mosquito Club, telephoned the Advertiser ollice last evening, and said he was much obliged for the notice given his organization. He also stated that the only thing necessary to be done to be declared a member was to be able to sit on the dock, from eleven o'clock until midnight, on a calm evening, and not brush away mosquitos. When this is done the new member is declared initia ted without any other ceremony. Joseph Howard Witbford, repre senting the New Zealand Govern ment, is on his way to Washington to urge upon the President and Sec retary of State the desirability of stimulating trade between the United States and the Australian colonies. The foreign trade of the colonies last vear amounted to ? 500,000,000. To secure a share of this France and Germany are sup porting lines of steamers. Mr. Witbford is confident that if Amer ican capital would put on a line of five steamers to the colonies the venture would prove lucrative. He stated his countrymen would pre fer to import from the United States in preference to European nations, transportation facilities being equal. Am. Exchange. The Daily Advertiser 73 cents a month. BACK FROM A LONG VOYAGE, Captain Cook and th5 IVo" Soldier Sailors Return. AS FAR SOUTH A3 PALMYRA ISLAND. Aftr Kxijcrirticing Sever Storm. They Decide t Return to Hawaii The float AV recked on the Kona Coast and the oldier Enroute to IIIIo. It will be remembered that some two or three months ago, two sol diers from the barracks set off for "furrin parts'' in a whaleboat; that they afterwards returned, and then left again. Now, they have again come back, and are on Ha waii, tramping from Kona to Hilo, where they hope to find work. Captain Cook, who returned in the Hall yesterday, tells a weird story of the trip. It seems that the two soldiers hired him, when they left the second time, to take them to the South seas. He took his own instruments and several other of his things which he would need on the voyage, and the trio started. It was reported at first that the party had gone to Samoa. They hadnTt, however. Thej intended going to some of the other islands south of here. Just what they in tended doing is not clear. They reached latitude 5 degrees 15 min utes north of the equator. There they struck some bad gales, which disabled their boat badly. The cabin roof was washed away, all their clothes and a number of their eatables were soaked, and the boat was quite badly injured. They made for Palmyra island, where they landed and stayed for five days, repairing the craft. Then they left, but encountered gales again. Captain Cook says he could not make the direction he intended against the storms, so he concluded to run back te Hawaii. About two weeks ago they sight ed the Kona coast. While laying off shore, they saw the Hall going by. It was night, they had no lights, and could not make the peo ple on the steamer hear their calls, although they were within two or three hundred feet of her. The next day they landed at a point about on the dividing line of Kona and Kau. They beached their boat and went some distance inland. When they returned, the captain found that absolutely nothing re mained of the craft, which had broken away, and been dashed to pieces against the rocks. Every thing was lost provisions, ship's instruments, clothing and all. Captain Cook made for the near est stopping place of the Hall, and arrived yesterday. The two soldiers started to walk across Hawaii for Hilo. i mm THE BOY DID NOT STEAL. And Was Not Released Because He Was an Informer. Monday night a Chinaman was nab bed by a detective, red handed in the act of stealinga gold watch and chain. An investigation followed and the pri soner was released, because, it is said, he was an informer employed by the police. The above item appeared in the Star last evening. It reflects ser iously on the police department, implying that because the man was an informer for the department, therefore he would not be prosecut ed for committing a crime. Investigation proves that such is not the case. Inquiry at the station house elicited the following facts. The accused, who is a young Chi naman, is an informer. Morday evening he told the police of a Chi nese gambling game which was be ing conducted. In order to make sure, the boy was sent again to in vestigate, as he was small and could get through a little window, which was necessary in order to watch the game. After the boy was through the window the China men caught sight of him, and, knowing that he was an informer, they tried to put up a job on him. One of them took a gold watch, threw it on the floor, and called out "haul in." They then started in to beat the bor, who was quite roughly handled. Then he was let go. He immedi ately went to the station house, and told his story. While he was doing so, a policeman and a Chinaman arrived and the latter told his story. The Chinaman had the watch on him at the time. The boy was re leased, of course, as the China man's story was a flimsy one, and the boy's was straight. For 75 cents a. month you can have the Advertiser left daily at your residence cr oflice. Telephones 88. Srjipptng. Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection v ith the Canadian Pacific Kail way Co., between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria B. C. Honolulu and Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, viz: From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and YancouYcr, B. ft: S. S. "MIOWERA" Novembers S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 2 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C, for Suia and Sydney; 4 4 S. S. "MIOWERA" November 24 S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. EKF'Fqt Freight and I'aseace and all general information, apply to Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd. GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco: The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "MARIPOSA," Of the Oceanic Steamship Com pany will be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and Auckland, on or about NOVEMBER I5tli, And will leave for the above port with Mails and Passengers on or about that date. For Sydney & Auckland The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship " ALAMEDA 99 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about NOVEMBER 22d, And will have prompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the above ports. The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. gXT'For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENT8. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. S. S. AUSTRALIA Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu from S. F. forS.F. November?. .November 10 December 1. . .December 8 December 29 January 5 THROUGH LINE. From San Fran. for Sydney. Arrive Honolulu. From Sydney for San Francisco. Leave Honolulu. ALAMED A Nov 22 MARIPOSA Nov 15 MARIPOSA Dec 20 MONOWAI Dec 13 1 ALAMEDA Jan 10 S314-3m CH13. BE2WI3 & C0.5 Boston Line of Packets. Shippers will please take ir-v. notice that the AMERICAN BARK EDWARD MAY Leaves New York on or about DEO. 15 for this port, if sufficient induce- j ment offers. BJlF For further information, apply to Cha3. Brewer k Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston, Mass., or to C. BREWER tk CO. (L'D.), Honolulu, Agents. ! THE HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC j i I OScial List of Members and Loca- ! tion cf Bureaus. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. Sanford B. Dole, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. James A. Kin?, Minister of Interior. Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance. William O. Smith, Attorney-General. advisory cocxen.. William C. Wilder, Henry Waterhouse, C. Bolte, John Einmeluth, Edwar.iD. Tenner, James F. Morgan, Wm. F. Allen, Alex. Younjj, Cecil Brown, John Nott, Jos. P. Mendonca, John Ena, D. B. Smith. J. A. McCandless. William C. Wilder, Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman. Secretary. Sctiiems Cccst. Hor.. A. F. Judd, Chief J-stice. Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frear. Second Aaaori.itA J ustice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk. C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter JoneH, Stenographer. Ciacrrr Jcdgk3. First Circuit: ; Calm. Second Circuit: (Maui) J. W. Kalua. Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) S. L. Austin. Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy. Offices and Court-room m Court House, King street. Sitting in Honolulu The fir3t Monday in February ; May, August and November. DEPASTMirr oy Fobkigs ffaxks. Office ia Capitol Building, King street. F. M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Geo. C. Potter, Secretary. JJonl R.A.Hart. Clerk. J. W. Girvin, Secretay Chinese Bureau. DaPABTiinrr op the Lvtkiuob. Office in Capitol Building, King street, ' J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. Chief Clerk, John A. Hassinger. Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K. Keohokalole, Stephen Mahaulu, George C. Roes, Edward S . Boyd. BcnsAU of Agkiccltukk and Forestry. President : the Minister of Interior. Wm. G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John Ena. Joseph Marsden, Commis sioner and Secretary. Chiefs cf Bureaus, Interior Depart ment. Surveyor-General, W. D. Alexander. Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell. Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown. Inspector, Electric Lights, John Cassidy. Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum. Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H. Cam mings . Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas.H. Hunt. Supt. Insane Asylum. F. I. Cutter. Depahtjisnt of Finance. Office, Capitol Building, KiDg street. Minister of Finance, 8. M. Damon. Auditor-General, H. Laws. Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Ashley. Clerk to Finance Office, E. A. Mclnerny. Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B. Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. Deputy Tax Assessor, W. C. Weed on. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat. Customs Bureau. Office, Custom House. Esplanade, Fort str6eu Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. Deputy-Collector, F. B. McStocker. Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller. Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders. Storekeeper, George C. Stratemeyer. Department of Attorney-Generax. Office in Capitol Building, King street. Attorney-General, W. O. Smith. Deputy Attorney-General, A. G. M. Robertson. Clerk, J. M. Kea. Marshal; E. G. Hitchcock. Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow. Deputy Marshal, Arthur M. Brown. Jailor Oahu Prison, J. A. Low. Prison Physician, Dr. C. B. Cooper. Board of Immigration. President,J. A. King. Members of the Board of Immigration : J. B. Atherton, Joeeph Marsden, J. A. Kennedy James G. Spencer, J. Garden. Sfretary, Wray Taylor,. Board o? Hsjllth. Office in grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queen streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T.Waterhoure, Jr., John Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney General Smith. v President Hon. W. O. Smith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds. Inspector and Manazer of Garbage- Ser vice L. L. La Pierre. Inspector G. W. C. Jones. Port Physician, Dr. F. R. Day. - TV TT TT 1 dispensary, ut. xx. . nowaru. Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K. Oliver. Board cf Education. Court House Building, King street. President.W. R. Castle. Secretary, F. J. Scott. Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson. District court. Police Station Building, Merchant street A. Periy, Macistratp. Jama Tho-nuon. Clerk. Board of Fire Commissioners. Andrew Brown, President; Geo. W. Smith, James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer. Tohn EQner, Clerk. Diplomatic and Consular IZepra aentativca of Hawaii Abroad. is the united states. United States Ilia Ex L A Thurston. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plent;ctentUry, Washington, D C. Secretan- and Charge d' Affaires ad terim F P tlastirii:! New York K II .Allen, Con?uI-General. San Francisco C T Wilder, Consul General for the Pacific States : Cali fornia, Oregon and Nevada and Washington J F Soner Consular Clerk Philadelphia Robert H Davis, Con?u San Diego, CalaH P.Wood, Consul Boston Gorham D Oilman, Consul General Portland Or-J McCraken, Consul Port Townseiui, Wash James G Swan, Consul Seattle G R Carter, Con?ul Tacoma, Washington T Keuhtr, Consul MEXICO, C2NTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA. U S of Mexico, Mexico - Col W J D Grees, Coneul-Gener:. K II Eaker, Vice-Consul Manzanillo Robert James Darnev.Cnn- sul. Peru, Lima F L Crosbv. Consul Callao. Peru TConsjil Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge d' Anaires ana 'onsai-Henm "'onte Video, Uruguay Conrad Hushes Consul Philippine Islands, Iloilo George She!- rnerdine, Consul Manila Jasper M Wood Consul Cebu-Georce E A Cadell Consul ORE AT BRITAIN London Mauley Hoi kins, Consul-General for the Kingdom of Great Britain. Liverpool Harold Janion, Consul Bristol Mark Whit ell. Consul Hull W Moran, Consul Newcastle on Tyne-E Biesterfeld, Consul Middlesborough B. C. Atkinson. Falmouth C R Broad, Consul Dover (and the Cinque Ports) Francis William Piej-cott, Consul Swansea II Bovey, Consul Cardiff H Goldberg, Consul Edinburgh and ieitli E G Buchanan Consul Glasgow js Dunn, Cousnl Dundee J G Zoller, Consul Dublin R Ja3 Murphy, Vice-Consul Queenstown Geo B Dawson, Consul Belfast W A Ross, Consul BRITISH COLONIES. Toronto, Ontario -JE Thompson, Con?nI General ; Geo A Shaw, Vice-Consul Montreal Dickson Anderson, Consul Kingston, Ontario Geo Richardson, Vice-Consul Rimouski, Quebec J N Pouliot Q C, Vice-Consul St John's. N B Allan O Crookshank, Consul Yarmouth, N S Ed F Clements, Vic Consul Victoria, B C Tl P Rithet, Consul Vancouver, B C E M Beattie, Consu Sydney, N S W W E Dixon, Consul General Melbourne, Victoria G N Oakley, Consn Brisbane, Queensland Alex B Webster Consul Hobart, Tasmania Captain Hon Audley Coctf Consul Launceston Geo Collins, Vice-Censul Newcastle, N S W W U Moultoa, Vice-Consul Anckland.N Z D E Cruickshank.Consui Dunedin, N Z Henry Driver, Consul Hongkong, China Hon J Johnstone Keswick, Consul-General FRANCE AND COLONIES. Paris Alfred Houle, Charge d' Affaires and Consul-General ; A N HTeyesier Vice-Cohsul Marseilles G du Cayla, Consul Bordeaux Ernest de Boiasac, Consul Dijon, H H Vieilhomnne, Consul Libourne Charles Schaessler, Consul Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul GERMANY. Biemen H.F.Glade, Charge d' Affaire and Consul-General Bremen John F Muller, Consul Hamburg Edward F Weber, Consul Frankfoit-on-Maine Joseph Kopp, Con sul Dresden Augustus P Russ Consul Karlsruhe H Muller, Consul AUSTRIA. Vienna Hugo Schonberger, Consu' SPAIN AND COLONIES. Barcelona Enrique Minguez, Consul General Cadiz James Shaw, Consul Valencia Julio Solar, Consul Malaga F T De Navarra, Consul; P Gimenez y Navarra, Vice-Consul Cartegena J Paris, Consul Laa Palmas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal cony Quevedo, Consul ; J Bravo de Laguna, Vice-Consul Santa Cruz A C de las Casas, Vice Consul Arecife de Lanzarotte E Morales Rodriguez, Vice-Consul PORTUGAL AND COLONIES. Libbon A Fereira de Serpa, Consul General Oporto Narciso T M Ferro, Consu Madeira L B F Branco.Consul St Michaels A de 8 Moreira, ConsUx St Vincent, Cape de Verde Islar C Martins, Vice-Consul Lagos M J Barbosa, Vice-Consul ITALY. Rome James Clinton Hooker, Conso General Genoa Raphael de Luchi, Consul Palermo Anaelo Tagliavia, Consul NETHERLANDS. Amsterdam D H Schmuli, Consul General l( Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul BELGIUM. Antwerp Victor Forge, Consul-General Ghent E Coppieters, Consul Lier,e Jules Blanpain, Consul Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Consci A. SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Stockholm C A Engvalls, Consul General. Christijama L Samson, Consul Lyskil--H Bergstrom, Vice-Consui Gothem berg Gustav Kraak, Vic Consul t JAPAN. Tokio Fis Excellency R;Walker Irwin, xi:,t3ter Resident I HIoco aad O'w.ka C P Hall, Consul