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THE PACIFIC COMMEIiClA-L ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 3, 1S94.
ft A oinu RiiLwiY s Lie co:s TIMS TABLE. FROM PTXF JUNE I. ISfeSt. TRAINS TO xta mill. A D r.tf. p.m. 4:35 5:10 5:10 5:58 5:34 6:22 A.M. Leave Honolulu... 8:45 1:45 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 Arrive Kwa Mill. . .0 :57 2 :57 TO HONOLULU. C B A.M. A.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 Leave Fearl City..6:55 11:15 Arrive Honolulu.. 7:30 11:5 A Saturdays only. B Daily. B A P.M. P.M. 3:43 5:42 4:15 6:10 4 X5 6:45 D Saturuays excepted The Pacific Commercial Advertiser IMud Every Morning. Except Sunday, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 318 Merchant Street. EIGHT PAGES. 8UBSCUIPTION KATES: Thb Daily Pacific Commercial Adver tiser (8 pages Per month in advance o To Per quarter io advance - Per year in advance 3 w Per year, postpaid to United States of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00 1 year, postpaid Foreign 14 uo Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weeely (8 pages Tuesdays and Fridays) Per year 104 numbers. . . fc Per year-U. 8. and Canada. .. .... 00 Per year.otber Foreign Countries.. 7 (W Payable Invariably In Advance. 4EO. H. PARIS, Business Manager. SATURDAY. : NOVEMBER 3. 1S94. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. November. 1891. 8u. 17 23 Tn. W. iTb. .Fr. i i j i i a 14 j 15 j 18 17( 22 21 Sa. moos' tbazm. T rirttQa'r 10 Jf Not. 8. if i i till Moon 17 Not. 13. 13 77 26 13 20 21 Lut yu'r .Nov. 13. Svr Moon Nov. 27. 27 ! sM f I 30 rOKKION MAIL 8KRVIC1C. 4 I AT. At fcjaJiislnp! will leave for and arriTe from San Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 15. A. r Honolulu Fjc.dAS frsincuco ob Vascocvib On r About Australia .... Nov. 3 China Nov. 12 Alameda.... Nov. 22 Jiiowera Nov. 2 1 Australia Dec. 1 Oceanic Dec. 11 Mariposa.... Dec. 10 Warrrimoo. . . Dec 24 Australia.... Dec. 2J IHU5. Monowki... Jan. 17 Australia Jan. 20 Alameda Feb. 14 Australia Feb. 23 Mariposa... . ilar. 14 Australia. ..Mar. 2t Monowai. ...Apr. H Australia. ..Apr. i"0 Alameda May 9 Australia.. . May IS Mariposa June Australia. ...June 15 Monowai July 4 Australia.. ..July" 13 Alarue-la Aug. 1 'Australia Vug. 10 Mariposa Aug. 20 Australia.. ..fc'ept. 7 Monowai... Sept. 20 Australia Oct. 5 Alameda Oct. 24 Australia Nov. 2 Lsavc Honolulu Fob S kb Frakoco ob Vancouver On or About 31 iowera Siur. 3 Australia... ov. 10 Mariposa... Nov. 15 Oceanic Nov. 19 Warrimoo Dec. 3 Australia... .Dec.8 Monowai.... Dec. 13 M iowera Dec 31 China Die. 31 1895. Australia Jan. 5 Alameda... Jan. 10 Australia Feb. 2 Mariposa Feb. 7 Australia Mar. 2 Monowai Mar. 7 Australia... Mar. 30 Alameda Apr. 4 Australia... .Apr. 27 Manposa May 2 Australia May 25 Moaowai May 30 Australia. . . June 22 Alameda June 27 Aur-tra ia July 20 Mariposa. .Julv 23 Australia. . .Aug. Monowai... Aug. Australia. . .Sept. Alameda Sept. Australia. ...Oct. 17 14 19 12 Mariposa Oct. 17 Australia.... Nov. 9 Tide. Sun and Moo:. TT J 5 : o o 0 Pay. : t. H 3 H c v c 3 S" i I I p.m. .ni. o - p.m. a.m. I Mod Tuea ... We J.... Than., rrld... Hat.. .. San.... 4. Oi 9.40 4.20:10. 0 4.5ojl3.15 5.15jI0.3-) 6. 0 19.45 10.30 ii. aj p.m. 0 23 1 2! S "JO 3. aj 3. 0 6. 2 . D. O . 3 6. 2 6. 4 6. 4 6. 5 6.10 8.25 i i 31 1 5. 0 5-iO 6.35! 7.20! 8. 2D 5.21 7.47 5.24' S.40 5.2 ! 9. S3 5.23 10.30 5.21 li.C4 2. ii 7. o:ii.i3 o;ii. o'... 9. 2ew moon Oct. 25tli t 7:2S a. ia. leteorologlcal ltecord. T THE fcoTIBSSIST EVET XOSDiT. ri'BUMIID BAROM. O mm 0 r C I 9 3-IhS Snn Mod Tne Wed 21 30.13 30.C3 e; cs 72 74 73 7 7 tfO fl .01, .is 53 (I . J1 67; X:;3U.14 30.C5 3! M J Ii JO. II 30. C4 .Pi .07 .C3 0 9 w 4 30.13 29.C3 Ton h23;30.14 3O.05 ENE M Frl. beiso.ia 30.10 27130.13 31 C8 rrometr corrected for temperature and ele vation, but cot for latitude. The Daily Advertiser, 75 cents a month. Delivered by Carrier. III SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS IN I'OI'.T. NAVAL VI3EI. II K M ri Hyacinth, May, Uir l Island. MERCHANTMEN. (Thi-. ls.-t docs not laclude coa.-ter..) IJr bark Aimaru. ttrown, Newcastle, bchr llobert Lewers, Goldman. Laysan Is. Am schr Alice Cooke, l'enhallow, Port Townsend. , Ilr bk Cadzow Forest. Mclnness, Newc .-tie. Am bktneKlikitat. Cutler. 1'ort Townsend. Am bktne b N Ca-tle. Hubbard, b F. Am bk Albert, Grillitbs. fcian Fran. Haw bk Mauna Ala, Newcastle, N ii . btmr Nan-han. King, Kr.be. Am schr Eva. Klitgard. Eureka. rOREIOX VESSELS KXl'ECTED, iere from. Pue. ..Oct 20 ...Oct 3o . Nov 5 .Nov 10 .Nov 10 . Nov 10 .Nov 15 .Nov 30 .Nov 30 .Dec 10 ..Jan 30 ..Nov 12 . Nov 15 .Nov 19 .Nov 22 ..Nov 24 Am bk El si no re , I5k IUut-nlerk Haw bk III' Kitbet .. Am brg W H Irwin Am bk C D Uryant... Am bk Martha Davis. Am bk C F Crocker... Am srhrl'uritan Nor hip Glanivor Gerbk I'aul Isenberir. .Newcastle. . . LiveriMjol. . S F ,rf F S F .8 F S F(Hilo)... .Newcastle.. .Newcastle. . ISremen...., Liverpool . . fchip II F Glade r ;u & s unina O fc S Mariposa tan Fr'isco. Sydney Yokohama., San Frisco Vancouver. (iitUbb Oceanic. . . . OSS Alameda C A S S M iowera AKHIVALS. Friday. Nov. 2. Stmr Iwalani. Freeman, from Kauai. Am schr Eva. Klitgard, from Eureka, Cal. DEPARTL'KES. Frihav, Nov. 2. Stmr W G Hall, Simerson, for Maui and Hawaii. VESSELS LEAVING TOIlV CASS Miowera for Vancouver. I'AMSKNJiKli-. ARRIVALS. From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani. Nov 2 A F Enudsen, Miss Uoyer. From Eureka, per tchr Eva, Nov 2 P Howatt, Mrs Howatt and child, Mrs Turner ami child. PEPARTCRES. For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G Hall, Nov 2 J Monsarrat and wife, AV Peters, C L Drito, J M Vivas, W II Smith, Mrs Analohi. Mrs W F liov. Miss Stevens, C Kaiser, F Wundenberg. Col S Norris, 11 Waterhouse, D IV Corbett, and 30 deck. IMl'OKTS. Per stmr Iwalani 1400 bags sugar. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Nov. 2, 10 p.m. Weather, clear; wind, light north. The Australia will he in this morning. The Miowera will take awav the usual large shipment of bananas. The W. G. Hall carried away 120 Japanese yesterday for plantation work. The Iwalani arrived from Kauai yesterday with 1400 bags of Keka ha sugar. She unloaded into the Robert Lewers. Teams were kept busy yesterday moving freight from the Mail wharf. Deputy Surveyor Gilfillan declares that Japanese expressmen take the cake for slow work. The schooner Eva, Captain Klitgard, arrived yesterday, twenty-three days from Eureka, with a full cargo of lumber for Lewers fc Cooke. She is docked at the Oce anic wharf. The schooner Alice Cooke has finished discharging and, after be ing cleaned, will leave for the Sound in ballast for a cargo of lumber. She will sail about the middle of next week. There are 197 bales of wool, weighing 113,344 pounds, on the Mail wharf awaiting shipment. The wool is consigned to Brewer it Co., Boston, and will be via Cana dian Pacific Railway. Gay and Robinson are the shippers. On Thursday last three prisoners who were employed on the Mail wharf brushing up refuse, managed to brush up against a broken case of saki, and a3 a result they be came gloriously drunk. As a pun ishment they have been removed from the sacred precincts of the water front and are now engaged in breaking rock. According to otlicial statements there were added to the French re gister in the first six months of the prestrt year 17 steamers, of 0,346 tons groL, and 439 sailing-ships, measuring 5.4G5 tons, which were built in France, and 24 steamers, of 21,999 tons gross, and 33 sailing ships, measuring 9,22S tons, built in foreign yards. The loss of a blade or co of the propeller of a big ocean steamer nowadays does not apparantly give the vessel a great deal of inconven ience. At any rate it is only inci dentally mentioned on arrival in port, or perhaps it is not spoken of at all. There was a time not so very long ago, when an occurrence of this kind would have had par ticular mention and considerable space would have been given to the subject by the daily press. The loss of propeller blades is not now so frequent as it used to be. And in the event of its happening it means little more than a slightly delayed passage. The triumph of modern ship-building over many of the terrors of old ocean is marked and it is to be hoped it may contin ually progress. Ex. THEY DIDN'T 00 A THING. The Sailors on the Nanshan Tell Their Story. Interpreter Dnjle Rum l"p Against a Cold Ware-He Object to Ileitis Tried for Contempt of Court. The most interesting incident connected with yesterday's session of the naval court of inquiry, on board of the Japanese steamer Nanshan, was the retirement of C. A. Doyle as interpreter. Doyle arrived on board yesterday morn ing about fifteen minutes late and found the members of the board in a very displeased frame of mind. He offered an excuse of some kind, which was received in a very chill ing manner; in fact the officers of the court looked as cold and as blank a3 a banker does when a man wants to make a touch for a hundred on a worthless note. Mr. Doyle felt the cold atmosphere and commenced to button his coat about him, but the next moment he was thrown in a fever heat by hearing a request for the saloon to be cleared of all outsiders but him self. He realized that he would have to answer for contempt of court and visions of "boiling oil" or some other Japanese punish ment floated before hi3 eyes. He was not punished, however, and quit his job, remarking "you can get some other Irishman to inter pret for you' Another interpreter was secured and the trial was resumed. Sev eral of the defendants were exam ined and the manner in which they "spieled" out their stories even forced a smile of incredulity on the face of their own attorney. According to their side, they are very much injured men as sailors always claim to be when hauled up for disobeying the laws of the high seas. One defendant was so innocent that he was not aware of any trouble until he was told of it by his shipmates ; another knew some thing about a fight, but he placed the guilt on some one else, and so it ran. Yasuda, the original cause of the trouble, did not do a thing, and he denied that the captain was assaulted in the forecastle. He explained how the ship ran out of her course, and claimed it was an error on his part. The hearing will probably be concluded today. NOVEMBER TERM. Long Criminal and Civil Lists and Nineteen Divorce Cases. Circuit Court for the November term for this island will open at 9 next Monday morning. Hawaiian jurors will attend at 10 a.m., and the foreign panel when notified. Judge Henry E. Cooper will pre side. Attorney General Smith will for the first time in Honolulu have the assistance of his new deputy, A. G. M. Robertson. For the Hawaiian jury there are seventeen criminal cases. In thirty-six criminal cases for eigners are defendants. At the head of the list is the name of Ar thur White for shooting Woods, the black boy accused of selling a base ball game. C. A. Fogarty must answer to the charge of embezzle ment. The appeals of Police Cap tain Klemme and Lieutenant Cor des will also be heard. There are only seven civil cases for the Hawaiian jury. In one of these Kapiolani is defendant. The foreign jury civil cases number forty-three. In thirty-three civil case3 jury is waived. On the last page of the calendar are nineteen divorce cases, as fol lows : Kuhinu (w) v. Kalepe. Anna Luddecke v. "W Ludtiecke. -William C. Aehi v Isabella A. Achi. Phoebe Makee v. Chas. B. Makee. Marie Gloria Nuuea v. John Sorder berg. L.ilikalani Fern v. Lipine Fern (k). Alice M. Featherstone v. Arthur E. Featherstone. Kilikina (w) v. Hake. Kate M. Thomas v. Edward B. Thomas. C. Akima v. Hannah Alo. S. Mai una v. Mary Kini. EIe!e Quinn v. Thomas G. Quiuu. Kinolau v. Mileka Kauha (w). James Anipo v. Kahalaopuna. August Bock v. Balbini Bock. Hiram Amara v. Lena S. Aniara. Helen P. Kakoi v. Thos. K. Na thaniel. Emma Pederseu v. Ole Pederseu. Esther K. Mahaulu v. A. S. Ma haulu. The Pacific cable upon which Eng lish contractors are now estimating, at the invitation of the Canadian Government, is to connect Vancouver with the British possessions in Aus tralia. The cost of the cable, it is thought, will not be ov?r $10,000,000. Tho Daily Advertiser 75 cents a I month. Delivered by carrier. Shipping, Steamship Line. sty J Steamers of tbe above line, running in connection with tue Canadian Pacific Railway Co., between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. V.f and calling at Victoria B. C, Uonoluln and Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, viz: From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C: S. fe. "MIOWERA" S. S. "WARRIMOO".... . . . November 3 . ...December 2 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. ft, for Suva and Sydney: 6. S. "MIOWFRA" November 24 8. S. "WARRIMOO" December 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. 5ST"For Freight and Passage 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 MAEIPOSA." Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be doe 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 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 STATE8. CF"For further particulars regarding Freight or Fassage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. S. S. AU8TEALIA Arrive Honolulu Leave Hosolulu fromS. 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. ALAMEDA Nov 22 MARIPOSA Dec 20 MARIPOSA Nov 15 MONOWAI Dec 13 ALAMEDA Jan 10 3314-3m CH1S. BRXWK & CO.'S Boston Line of Packets. -i. Shippers "will please take rv2U notice that the EDWARD MAY Leaves New York on or about DEC. 15 for this port, if sufficient induce ment offers. gjSSFor further information, apply to Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilbj St., Boston, Mass., or to C. BREWER & CO. (L'D.), Honolulu, Agents. JU-C AMERICAN n BARK THE HAVA REPUBLIC Official List of Members and Loca tion of Bureaus. KXLXniVE COUNCIL. Sanford B. Dole, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. James A. Kinr, Minister of Interior. Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance. William O. b'mith, Attorney-Geceral. ADVISORY COUNCIL. C. Bolte, John Emineluth, Edward D.Tenney, James F. Morgan, Wm. F. Allen, Alex. Young, Jos. P. Mendonca, John Nott, D. B. Smith. John Ena, William F. Allen, Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman . Secretarv. Supreme Cockt. Bon. A. F. Judd, CMef Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk. C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones. Stenographer". CiBCcrr Judges. Kt0inlt: $; A. WUtto,.! 0aho. Second Circuit: (Maui) J. W. Kalua. Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) S. L. Austin. Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy. Offices and Court-room in Court House, King street. Sitting in Honolulu The first Monday in February, May, August and November. DPABTME2T OK FCSSIQH ' YFAIHS. Office in Capitol Building, King street. F. 21. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Geo. C Potter, Secretary. Lionel R.A.Hart. Clerk. J. W. Girvin, Secreta' Chinese Bureau. Department of the Interior. Office in Capitol Building, Kin? 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. Ross, Edward S. Boyd. Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry. President : the Minister of Interior. Wm. G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John Ena. Joseph Mareden, Commis sioner and Secretary. Chjef8 of Bureaus, Interior Depart aocjrr. 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. Cum mings . Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas. II. Hunt. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Department of Finance. Office, Capitol Euilding, 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. O. Weedon. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat. Customs Bureau. Office, Custom House. Esplanade, Fort street. 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-General. 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, Joseph Marsden, J. A. Kennedy James G. Spencer, J. Carden. Sr-etary, Wray Taylor. Board of Health. Office in grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queen streets. Membera Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T.Waterhouoe, Jr., John Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney General Smith. President Hon. W. O. Smith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds. Inspector and Manager of Garbage Ser vice L. L. La Pierre. Inspector G. W. C. Jones. Port Physician, Dr. F. R. Day. Dispensary, Dr. H. W. Howard. Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K.Oliver. Board of 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, Magistrate. James Thour.n, Clerk. Board of Fire Commissioners. Andrew Erown, President; Geo. W. Smith. James II. Hunt, Chief Engineer. Tohn Effinger, Clerk. Diplomatic and Consular Jlepre Bentativea of JIayyaii Abroad. IN TUE UNITED STATES. United States His Kx L A Thurston, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Washington, D C. Secretary and Charge d Affaires ad terim F P Hastings New York E H Allen, Consul-General. ban Francisco C T Wilder, Consul General for the Pacific States: Cali fornia, Oregon and Nevada and Washington J F .oper, Consular Clerk Philadelphia Kobert H Davis, Consn San Diego, Cala H P.Wood, Consul Boston Gorham D Gihnan, Consul General Portland Or J McCraken, Consul Port Tovnsvid, Wash James G Swau, Consul Seattle G K Carter, Consul Tacoma, Washington . T Belcher, Consul MEXICO. CENTRAL AND frOUTH AMERICA. U S of Mexico, Mexico - Col W J De Gress, Consul-General. K H Baker, Vice-Consul Manzanillo Kobert James Harney, Cor sul. Feru, Lima F L Crosby, Consul Callao, Teru , Consul Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge u Affaires and Constil-General V ;nte Video, Uruguay Conrad Hughes Consul Philippine Inlands, Iloilo George She! merdine, Consul Manila Jasper M Wood. Consul Cebu George E A Cadell Consul OREAT BKITAIN. London Manley Horkine, Consul-General for the Kingdom of Great Britain. Liverpool Harold Jan ion, Consul Bristol Mark Whitwell, Consul Hull W Moran, Consul Newcastle on Tyne E Biesterfeld, Consul Middlesborough B. C. Atkinson. Falmouth C li Broad, Consul Dover (and the Cinque Ports) Francis William Piecott, Consul Swansea II Bovej Consul Cardiff H Goldberg, Consul Edinburgh and J.eith E G Buchanan Consul Glasgow j:s Dunn, Consul Dundee J G Zoller, Consul Dublin RJas Murphy, Vice-Consul Queenstown Geo B Dawson, Consul Belfast W A Rose, Consul BRITISH COLONIK6. Toronto, Ontario - J E Thompson, Ccnsnl General; Geo A Shaw, Vice-Consui 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 8 Ed F Clements, Vic Consul Victoria, B C R P Rithet, Consul Vancouver, B C E M Beattie, Consu Sydney, N S W Vrr E Dixon, Consul General Melbourne, Victoria G N Oakley, Consu Brisbane, Queensland Alex B Webster Consul Hobart, Tasmania Captain Hon Audley CootH, Consul Launceston Geo Collins, Vice-Censul Newcastle, N H W W 11 Moulton, Vice-Consul Auckland.N Z D B Cruickshank.Consul Dunedin, N Z Henry Driver, Consul Hongkong, China Hon J Johnstone Keswick, Consul-General FRANCE AND COLONIE8. Paris Alfred Houle, Chfj-ge d' Affaires and Consul-General ; A N H Teyssier Vice-Consul Marseilles G da Cayla, Consul Bordeaux Ernest de Boissac, Consul Dijon, H H Vieilhomnne, Consul Libourne Charles Schaessler, Consul Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul GERMANY. Bremen II.F. Glade, Charge d' Affaire and Consul-Geneial Bremen John F Muller, Consul Hamburg Edward F Weber, Consul Frankfoit-on-Maine Joseph Kopp, Con sul Dresden Augustus P Russ Consul Karlsruhe II Muller, Consul AUSTRIA. Vienna Hugo Schonberger, Consul 8 PAIN 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 Las Pal mas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal cony Quevedo, Consul ; J Bravo de Laguna, Vice-Consul Santa Cruz A C de laa Casas, Vice Consui Arecife de Lanzarotte E Morales Rodriguez, Vice-Consul POETUGAL AND COLONIES. Lisbon A Fereira de Serpa, Consul General Oporto Narciso T M Ferro, Consu Madeira L B F Branco,Consul St Michaels A de ri Moreira, Consul Et Vincent, Cape de Verde Islan- C Martins, Vice-Consul Lagos 31 J Barbosa, Vice-Consul ITALY. Rome James Clinton Hooker, Cohstz General Genoa Raphael de Luchi, Consul Palermo Angelo Tagliavia, Consul NETHERLANDS. Amsterdam D H Schmull, Consul -General Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul BELGIUM. Antwerp Victor Forge, Consul-General Ghent E Coppieters, Consul Liege Jules Blanpain, Consul Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Consu.1 8WEDEN AND NORWAY. Stockholm C A Engvalls, Consul General. Christiania L Samson, Consul Lyskil H Eergstrom, Vice-Consui Gothemberg Gustav Kraak, Vio Consul JAPAN. Tokio His Excelleney R; Walker Irwis, Minister Resident Hiogo and Osaka C P Hall, Consul