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TIME TABLE.
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TRAILS
TO SWA VTT.1-
B B
A.M. P.M.
Leava HonolaIa...8:45 1:45
Deave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill... 9:57 2:o
TO HONOLULU.
C B
A.M. A.M.
Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City..6:55 ll:lo
Arrive Honolulu.. 7:30 ll:5o
A Saturdays only.
B Daily.
A D
P.M. P.M.
4:35 5:10
5:10 5:5S
5:30 6:22
B A
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3:43 5:42
4:15 6:10
4:55 6:45
D Batnruaya excepted.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Issued Every Morning. Except
Sunday, by the
Hawaiian Gazette Company
At No. 318 3Ierchnt Street.
EIGHT PAGES.
8CKSCKIPTION KATES:
Thb Daily Pacitic Commercial Adver
tise (3 PAOE8
Per month in advance n
Per quarter in advance - JJJ
Per year in advance. ... . . . . ... . . w
Per year, postpaid to United btatea
of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00
1 year, postpaid Foreign 14 uu
Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly (S
paoes Tuesdays and Fridays)
rer year 104 numbers.... K 00
Per year-U. 8. and Canada . . .... 6 00
Per year.otber Foreign Countries.. 7 00
Payable Invariably In Advance.
EO. II. PARIS,
Bcsines3 Manager.
SATURDAY. : NOVEMBER 10. 1S94.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR.
November, 1891.
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Australia Jan. '2fi
Alarneda Feb. 14
Australia... .Feb. 23
Mariposa. . ..Mar. 14
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Monowai.... Apr. 11
Australia. ..Apr. 20
Alameda May 9
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Australia.. ..July 13
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Warrinioo Dec. 3
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Monowai.... Dec. 13
Miowera Dec 31
China Dtc. 31
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Australia Mar. 2
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Australia... Aug. 17
Monowai. .. Aug. 22
Australia. . .Sept. 14
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The Daily AdvertUar 75 cents a
month.
TILE PACIFIC C030LERCIALi ADVERTISER: HONOLIJIU, XOVE3IBER 10, 1S94.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
VKSSELS IN 1'OKT.
NAVAL VEaSELS.
II li M S Hyacinth, May, Uird Inland.
MEr.CIIA5TMEN.
(TLi. list does not include coasters.)
Stmr Nanshan, King, Kobe.
O b S Australia. lloudJette, S F
Schr llotert Lexers, Goodman, Laysan Is.
lir bk Cadzow Forest, Mclnness.Sewc'stle.
Am bktne S N Castle. Hubbard. S F.
Am bk Albert. Grilliths. San Fran.
Haw bk Mauna Ala. Newcastle, S .
Am schr Kva. Klitgard. Eureka.
rOKEIGN VESSELS EXl'ECTED.
' Vesela. Where from. Due.
Am schrColoma Oregon Dae
Ambk fllsinore Newcastle Due
Bk Koutenbeck Liverpxl Due
ch Viking St (Kab) Nov 10
Ilk Colorua Portland, Or.. Nov 10
1 M S S China can Frisco.. .Nov 12
Hrig W H Irwin S F Nov 12
Bk C D Bryant S F Nov 13
Bk B P Bithet S F Nov 13
O S SMarirosa Sydney Nov 15
OitOHS Oceanic okobama...Nov l!i
Am bk C F Crocker... S F (Hilo)....Nov 15
OSS Alameda San Fr'isco..Nov 22
CASS Miowera Vancouver. ..Nov 24
Am schr Puritan Newcastle.. .Nov 30
N'nr shfn fllnnivnr N'pwr.istlp Nov 20
Ger bk Paul Isenberg.Bremen Dec 10
Am schr Kobt Searle. .Newcastle. . ..Dec 20
Ship II F Glade Liverpool ....Jan 30
Altltl VAL.S.
Fhiday. Nov. 9.
Stmr WG Hall, Simerson. from Hawaii
and Maui.
Stmr Iwalani. Freeman, from Kauai.
Stmr James Makee. Fetersou. from Ka
uai. Stmr J A Cummins. Neilson. from "NVai
anae. Schr Haleakala from Maui.
IMPOKTS.
Per James Makee 2(j0 bags sugar, C51
bags paddy, 121 bags rice.
Per Iwalani 2300 bag sugar, IS bags
peanuts.
Per Hall 2000 bags sugar, 150 bags cof
fee. Si bags awa, 23 head cattle. 2 hordes, 17
bdls hides, 1 cow and calf. 20 hogs and 75
pkgs sundries.
FASSENGEKS.
AKBIVALS.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani. Nov.f
S W Wilcox and wife, Miss Mabel Wilcox,
Masters Charles and Gaylord Wilcox, Au
gust Drieir, M A P.ego. J M Lavinho, 11
btrauch.J Akin!, L Makapaahu and 12 on
deck.
From Kauai, per stmr James Makee, Nov
9 Geo H Fairchild and 10 oa deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G
Hall. Nov 9 Volcano: JUS Ilashleigh.
Way ports: H Waterhouse, D W Corbett,
J Kelly, C Llirito, Mr Smith, Mrs Aber
crombie, F Wundenberg, Mrs WW Hall,
Master Hall, Miss 8 Lono, Col S Norris, E
Jones, W D Roderick, Mrs Awa Luki, two
Chinese and 05 on deck.
BORN.
MEIER At Kekah. Kauai, November 3,
1891. to tbe wife of F. W. Meier. Esq., a
son.
WHARF AND WAVE.
Diamoni Head, Nov. D, 10 p.m.
Weather, clear; wind, light,
EOUth.
The Iwalani and Makee both
brooght cargoes of sugar yesterday.
The Clandine will be in this morn
ing, one day ahead of time. She
will go on the Marine Railway to be
cleaned.
The schooner Robert Lowers will
leave for San Francisco today with
a bo at 19,000 bags of sugar. The
Albert i9 the next vessel to load.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived
early yesterday morning with 2000
bags of sngar, besides other frieght.
The sugar went into the Australia.
Parser White did not bring any news
with him this time.
William F. Batler of new Bedford,
Mass., is bnilding a pilot boat for A.
Karl, Siam. It is six feet wide and
twenty-eight inches deep. The boat
will go by way of New York to Eng
land, and to its destination by tbe
Saez Canal. The journey will oc
cupy about two months.
The steam whaler Mars arrived at
San Francisco recently from Retir
ing sea, bringing little news. The
vessel bad on board C50 barrels of
oil for S. Foster & Co. On Septem
ber 2'2J the Mars encountered a
severe gale, which washed away
three boats and damaged her bul
warks. Valparaiso (via Galveston), Oct.
22. The Government has definitely
decided to reject the proposals made
by commercial bouses here under
instructions from London, Paris and
New York to purchase the Esmeralda,
the Almirante Lynch and the Condell.
These warships are wanted, presum
ably, fcr China.
The schooner Haleakala arrived
from Hawaii yesterday with a cargo
of wood and some wreckage saved
from the G. N. Wilcox. It will be
remembered that the schooner left
pert some weeks ago for the scene of
tbe wreck, and owiDg to rough
weather the vessel could not get any
where near the shore. She remained
in the vicinity of the wreck for
nineteen days and then left for a
cargo of fire wood. E. B. Thomas
returned on her.
New York, Oct. 22. Although no
definite agreement has yet been per
fected, it is admitted that an under
standing between the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company and the Panama
Railroad is likely to be reached at an
early date. There are only a few
minor points of difference, but tbe
main thing is the approval of the al
liance by the foreign shareholders of
the railroad company. On account
of changes in the Panama Canal
Company it is impossible to foretell
what reception the amendment will
meet with abroad.
Over 1100 tons of coal will be tak
en on board the flagship Philadel
phia and some 450 tons on board the
Bennington saya a late San Francis
co Call. The Government pays a
little over $6 a ton for the coal, and
even at this figure the expense for
coal on tbe new cruisers is consider
able. At the time the Charleston
took the remains of the late king
Kalakaua to the Hawaiian Islands it
cost over $10,000 for the fuel she
used on the way down. An old salt
stood on the wharf Saturday after
noon and looked first at the Phil
adelphia, now down deep in the
water, and then at the two little gun
boats, the Bennington and Yorktown,
and grumbled awhile to himself that
in case their machinery gave out
they would be at the mercy of the
waves and sea; that in time to come
Uncl9 Sam will have to come to put
ting more canvas on the cruisers or
else go back to ships like the Mohi
can, Adams, Alert and Ranger. It
is a good thing that tbey are going
to fit the Hartford and old Swatara
out so that the rising generation will
have a chance to learn how to sail a
ship, and not trust to steam alone.
The British Admiralty are con
sidering the scheme of manning
subsidized merchant cruisers with
officers and seamen of the Boyal
Naval Reserve. The scheme has
already been referred to the Board
of Trade, and will be submitted to
various mercantile and marine
boards. The details of the plan
are not known, but it is understood
that it is intended that crews of the
regular drill and discipline shall
be engaged. Special contracts for
vessels will be effected for the ser
vices of the steamers Teutonic, Ma
jestic, Etruria, Umbria, Empress of
India, Empress of China, Empress
of Japan, Himalaya, Australia,Vic
toria, Arcadia and others, to the
total number of twenty-six. Ex.
Commander Howison, at Mare
Island, says that the Navy Depart
ment has not as yet sent in any
orders relative to sending one of the
fleet now in the harbor to the Ore
gon coast to destroy the derelict
raft of logs and spars, which is
menacing coast shipping. In an
emergency, the captain said, either
the Marion, Bennington, Adams,
Mohican, Ranger, Alert or York-
town would be available for such
work. He realized the gravity of
ihe situation should the raft re
main any length of time in the
track of shipping, and he gives
every assurance that no time will
be lost in dispatching a ship north
if the Secretary of the Navy will
only take cognizance of the emer
gency
A SALOON MAN ASSAULTED.
Two Natives, a Bottle of Saki and
Some Glasses the Cause.
Fred Leslie, the manager of the
Cosmopolitan saloon, was brutally
assaulted yesterday afternoon by
two natives who were afterwards
arrested. According to the injured
man's story, the attack was un
provoked and he intends to pro
secute the ofFenders in a vigorous
manner. The natives entered his
place and called for a bottle of
saki and four glasses. Their re
quest was complied with and soon
after one of the men threw a glass
on the floor, breaking it. Leslie
cautioned the men and in reply
they broke a second one ; then the
barkeeper took away the bottle of
liquor and went behind the bar.
The men became enraged and one
threw a glass which struck Leslie
on the right cheek. The glass cut
deep into the flesh causing blood
to flow freelv. The men followed
thi9 up by knocking him down
and beating and kicking him. The
police finally arrived and arrested
the two men.
WAIALUA'S WAY.
For Road Improvement and Prefer
ence to Loyal Citizens.
A meeting of the Waialua Road
Board was held at the Court House
on Monday, November oth, to de
cide what course ought to be
adopted regarding a certain piece
of very bad road on the Mokuleia
plains leading to the Gay and
Jasper cattle ranches. After a
lengthy discussion by the members,
it was decided, on a suggestion by
Chairman E. Hore, to lay the
matter before the Minister of the
Interior, as the district funds would
not be sufficient to complete the
job.
After settling the former and
several minor questions pertaining
to repairs recently done, it was de
cided not to employ in the future,
as far as practicable, any laborers
who had not taken the oath to sup
port the Republic of Hawaii.
The Alamukii bridges in Waia
lua are being replanked.
o
Says He Has Not railed.
Nick Breham, the soft soap man,
requests the Advertiser to contra
dict the report that he has failed
in business. He says that he has
never had a partner and that he
will be able pay 100 cents on the
dollar. Breham moved to smaller
quarters to save expenses.
Kef-p your friends abroad posted
on Hawaiian affairs. Send them
copies of the Advertiser or G azette
Shipping.
Steamship Line..
Steamers of the above line, running
in connection vrith the Canadian Pacific
Railway 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 cr about the dates below stated, viz:
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. ft:
S. S. "MIOWERA" November 3
S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 2
From Victoria and V ancouver, B. ft, for
Suva and Sydney;
S. S. "MIOWERA" November 24
S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 24
Through tickets issued from Honolulu
to Canada, United States and Europe.
Bjiy For Freight and Passage and all
general information, apply to
Theo.H.Davies & Co., Ld.
GENERAL AGENTS.
OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP CO
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
"MARIPOSA."
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company 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
" AL AMEDA 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 STATE8.
0For 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 3. .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 j MARIPOSA Nov 15
MARIPOSA Dec 20 MONOWAI Dec 13
I ALAMEDA Jan 10
3314-3m
CH18. BEIWIK & COS
Boston Line of Packets.
Shippers will please take
AMERICAN BARK
EDWARD MAY
Leaves New York on or about DEC.
15 for this port, if sufficient induce
ment offers.
j3TFor further information, appiv to
Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston,
Mas3., or to
C. BREWER & CO. (L'D.),
Honolulu, Agents.
THE HAVA
ntruHLIb
Official List cf Members and Loca
tion of Bureaus.
EIECl'TIVK COUNCIL.
Sanford B. Dole, Tre-sidem.
Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign
Affairs.
James A. Kinjr, Minister of Interior.
Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance.
Will iam O. bmith, Attorney-General.
ADVISORY COUNCIL.
C. Bolte, John Frameluth,
Edward D. Tenner, James F. Morgan,
Wm. F. Allen, Alex. Young,
Jos. P. Mendor.ca, John Nott,
D. B. Smith. John Ena,
William F. Allen,
Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman.
Secretary.
Supreme Cockt.
Bon. A. F. Judd, Chief JsRtice.
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.
Ciaccrr Judges.
First Circuit: . A. WhiUnK, 08hn
Second Circuit: (Maui) J. W. Kalua.
Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) 8.
L. Austin.
Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy.
Offices and Court-room in Court House,
King Btreet. Sitting in Honolulu
The first Monday in February, May,
August and November.
DEPABTSiEITT OP FCEKISA ' KFAIB&.
Office iii Capitol Building, King street.
F. M. Hatch, Minister ot Foreign
Affairs .
Geo. C. Potter, Secretary.
Lionel K.A.Hart. Clerk.
J. W. Girvin, Secretay Chinese Bureau.
Department op the Inteiuok.
Office in Capitol Building, Kivx
street
J. A. King, Minister ol the Interior.
Chief Clerk, John A. Haesinger.
Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K.
Keohokalole, Stephen Mahaulu,
George O. Roes, Edward S. Boyd.
Bureau op Agricultup.e and Forestry.
President : the Minister of Interior. Wm.
G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John
Ena. Joseph Marsden, Commis
sioner and Secretary.
Cuiep8 op 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, Vr. H. Cum
mings. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas. H.Hunt.
Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter.
Department o? 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. 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 op Attorney-General.
Office in Capitol Building, King
street.
Attorney-General, W. O. Smith.
Deputy Attorney-Gener&l, 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 op Immigration.
President,J. A. King.
Members of the Board of Immigration:
J. B. Atherton, Joeeph Marsden, J.
A. Kennedy James G. Spencf.r,
J. Carden.
Secretary, Wray Taylor.
Board cf Health.
Office in grounds of Court House Build
ing, corner of Mililani and Queen
streets.
Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B.
Emerson, J.T.Waterhoupe, Jr., JohD
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 op 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. Peny, Masristrate.
Jam en T honpsoTi, Clerk.
Board op Fip.e Commissioners.
Andrew Brown, President; Geo. W.
Smith.
James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer.
Tohn EfiLnger, Clerk.
I
Diplomatic and Consular Hepre
aentatives of Hawaii Abroad.
IS THE UNITED STATES.
United Statos His Ex L A Thurston,
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
I'lenipotentiary, ashincton, D C.
Secretary and Charge d Affaires au
terim F P Hastings
New York E II Allen, Consul-General.
San Francisco O T Wilder, Consul
General for the Pacific States : Cali
fornia, Oregon and Nevada and
Washington J F Soper,
Consular Clerk
Philadelphia Robert II Davis, Cohbu
San Diego, Cala H.P.Wood, Consul
Boston Gorham I) Gilman, Consul
General Portland Or J MtCraken, Consul
Port Townsecd, Wash James G Swan,
Consul
Seattle G R Carter, Consul
Tacoma, Washington J T Belcher,
Consul
MEXICO, CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA.
U S of Mexico, Mexico -Col W J De
Gress, Consul-General. R II Baker,
Vice-Consul
Manzanillo Robert James Barney, Con
sul. Peru, Lima F L Crosby, Consul
Callao, Teru , Consul
Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge d
Affaires and Consul-General
".nte Video, Uruguay Conrad Hughes
Consul
Philippine Islands, Uoilo George She!
merdine, Consul
Manila Jasper M Wood. Consul
Cebu Georce E A Cadell Consul
ORE AT BRITAIN.
London Manley Hot kins, Consul-General
for the Kingdom of Great
Britain.
Liverpool Harold Janion, Consul
Bristol Mark Whitwell, Consul
Hull W Moran, Consul
Newcastle on Tyne E Biesterfeld,
Consul
Middlesborough B. C. Atkinson.
Falmouth C K Broad, Consul
Dover (and the Cinque Ports) Francis
William Pieecott, Consul
Swansea H Bovey, Consul
Cardiff H Goldberg, Consul
Edinburgh and i.eith E G Buchanan
Consul
Glasgow Jis Duin, Consul
Dundee J G Zoller, Consul
Dublin R Jas Murphy, Vice-Consul
Queenstown Geo B Dawson, Consul
Belfast W A Ross, Consul
BRITISH COLONIE8.
Toronto, Ontario - J E Thompson, Consr.2
General; Geo A Shaw, Vice-Consui
Montreal Dickson Anderson, Consul
Kingston, Ontario Geo Richardson,
vice-Consul
ouliot Q C,
Vice-Con sul
St John's. N B Allan O Crookshank,
Consul
Yarmouth, N S Ed F Clements, Vic
Consul
Victoria, B C R P Rithet, Consul
Vancouver, B C E M Beattie, Consu
Sydney, N S W W E Dixon, Consul
General
Melbourne, Victoria G N Oakley, Consa
Brisbane, Queensland Alex B Webster
Consul
Hobart, Tasmania Captain Hon Audley
Coote, Consul
Launceston Geo Collins, Vice-Censul
Newcastle, N H W W H 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 COLONIES.
Paris Alfred Houle, Charge d' Affairea
and Consul-General ;ANH Teyeaier
Vice-Consul
Marseilles G du Cayla, Consul
Bordeaux Ernest de Boissac, Consul
Dijon, H H Vieilhomnne, Consul
Libourne Charles Schaessler, Consul
Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul
GERMANY.
Biemen H.F.Glade, Charge d' Affaires
and Consul-Geneial
Bremen John F Muller, Consul
Hamburg Edward F Weber, Consul
Frankfoit-on-Maine Joseph Kopp, Con
sul Dresden Augustus P Bass Consul
Karlsruhe H Muller, Consul
AUSTRIA.
Vienna Hugo Schonberger, Consul
SPAIN AND COLONIES.
Barcelona Enrique Minguez, Cou3ul-
General
Cadiz James Shaw, Con3ul
Valencia Julio Solar, Consul
Malaga F T De Navarra, Consul; F
Gimenez y Navarra, Vice-Consul
Carte gen a J Paris, Consul
Las Palmas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal
cony Quevedo, Codu1 ; 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.
Lisbon A Fereira de Serpa, Consul
General Oporto Narciso T M Ferro, Consu
Madeira L B F Branco,Consul
St Michaels A de ti Moreira, Consu
St Vincent, Cape de Verde Island
C Martins, Vice-Consul
Lagos M J Barbosa, Vice-Consul
ITALY.
Rome James Clinton Hooker, Consu
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-Gen sral
Ghent E Coppieters, Consul
Liege Julea Blanpain, Consul
Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Consul
SWEDEN AND NORWAY.
Stockholm C A Engvalls, Consul
General.
Christiania L Samson, Consul
Lyskil H Bergstrom, Vice-Consai
Gothemberg Gustav Kraak, Vi&
Consul
JAPAN.
Tokio His Excellency R Walker Irwin,
Minister Resident
Hiezo and Osaka C P Hall, Comsul
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