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THJE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HOXOIiTJIU, XOVE3IBER 14. 1S94.
J
OAHU SilLWiY i USD CO.'S
TIME TABLE.
FROM .iTR JUNE 1, :8S.
TRAINU
TO 7A :TLL,
Leav Honolulu... 3:45 1:45
Cleave Pearl City.. 0:30 2:30
Arriva Ewa Mill... 9:57 2:57
TO HONOLULU.
A.M. A.M.
Leave Ewa Mill. .6:21 10:43
Leave Pearl Cit7..6:55 11:15
Arrive Iionolala. .7:30 11:55
A Saturdays only.
B Daily.
O Sunday excepted.
D Saturdays excepted .
A D
r.x. p.m.
4:3-5 5:10
5:10 5:56
5 :2o 6:22
B A
P.M. P.M.
3:43 5:42
4:15 6:10
4:53 6:45
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Iued Evory Morning, Except
Sunday, by tha
Hawaiian Gazette Company
At No. 318 3Irchnt Mtraet.
EIGHT PAGES.
BCUSCKIl'TXON KATES:
The Daily Pacitic Commercial Adver
tises (3 rAOEs
41. : i,lMira 0
XcT Ili J Li 1 11 ii ....
Per quarter in advance
2 00
3 00
Fer year in wivaaw. : . .
tTT l.Tt iTnitAd States
r er year, pjaii'iv - - 11m
of America, Canada, or 2Iexico.. 11 00
1 year, postpaid Foreign . " w
Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Wezzly (3
pages tue3day3 and fridays)
Per year 104 number . . . . jjO
Per year-U. 8. and Canada. . . . . .. b 00
Per year.other Foreign Countries.. tu
Fajabl XuvarUbly la Admnc.
E0. H. PAUIS,
Business Manager.
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1S04.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR.
ember,
Ba. M. Ta.j W. 'Th.' Fr.l
HZ lZClll
4 5 6 I 7 j 8 j 9
IT "iTirtTT) 15 j u
IT "iTlo""u" 22 j 23
23 26 rTj 23 j 29 j 30
Si. j MOOS' I HASE.
First Qu'r
10 j Nov. 8.
17 iO
t ull Moon
Not. 13.
24
Lat yu'r
Nov. 19.
Nf w Moon
Nov. ul.
rORCIGN MAIL. 8EBVICJ!.
f
S:eaui3hip3 will leave for and arrive ircra
Ban Francisco, on the following dates, till
the cloie of
Aa. a? Honolulu
Fm.Sas P RA5C1HCO
oa Vajcoctver
0 or About
Alameda Not. 22
Aliowera Nov. '21
Australia Dc 1
Oceanic Dec. 11
Mariposa.... Dec. V)
Warrriruco...Pec.2i
Australia. . . . Dec. 'J
1HU5.
Monowi....Jan. 17
Australia Jan. 2U
Alarnedi Feb. II
Australia. . ..Fein 3
Jlaripoa. . ..Mar. 14
Australia. ..Mar. 2:5
Monowai.. ..Apr. 11
Australia Yrr.
Alameda May U
Australia.. . May 1
Manpofta June ;
Autralia....Jur.e 13
Monowai July 4
Australia.. ..July IZ
Alameia.... Aur. 1
Australia Vug. !
Mariposa. . ..A u;r. !'.
Aostralia fccpt. 7
Monowai... Sept. 2
Australia Oct. 5
Alameda Oct. 21
Australia Not. 2
Lzavx Honolulu
Foa 8 as FfiAif Cisco
oa Vaxcocvsb
On or About
Mariposa... Nov. 13
Oceanic Nov. 1.'
Warrimoo Dc. 0
Australia... .Dec.
Monowai... Dec. 13
Miowera Dec 31
China ....Dtc. 31
1895.
Australia Jan. 5
Alameda Jan. 10
Australia Feb. 2
Maripoa..
Austral:..
Monowai..
Australia. .
Alaruela..
Australia. .
.Feb. 7
..Mar. 2
..Mar. 7
.Mar. SO
. . Apr. 4
..Apr. 27
Mariposa. . .
.Mav2
Australia May 25
Monowai May 3)
Autraba. . . June 22
Alameda June27
Au-traia Julj-20
Mariposa. .. . July 2-
Australia... Aus. 17
Monowai. . Aup. 2
Australia., .tept. 14
Alameda fcept. V)
Australia Oct. 12
Maripoa Oct. 17
Australia Nov. 9
Meteorological Keconl.
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Mon 5 30.03 -."J. 0 1 63 MO.Oi 1 S- 1
me. 6 30.07 2J.9 66 8-J0.IX 71 3 w
Wed 7,30.0t rJ.9 67 Jrj 0.00 73 - w -
Tha i30.03.06 63 tfj 0.W 77 5-0 w 2
Fri. 9.T0.09 CC MO.Ct 71 2 w 2
St. 10i3i).06.-J.V7 66 Spo.fQ 71 1-4! w 1
Barometer corrected for temperature. nd ele
vation, but cot for latitude.
Tide. Sun and Moon.
Day.
p.m. j in. am.1
Mon...
12
2.40 ..o
5."7
rises
5.4.1
6.41
7.U
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9.5S
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Tcei ..
!l3
3.4'i
4.10
3 10 9. 0 10.2-)' 6.10
3. .7) y.sa 11.10' 6.11
5.19!
Wed.... il.
Tears.. 15,
5.1s
5.15
5.13
4.50' 4.20 U. 0 12. 0 6.11,
i I p.m. :
FrU... 161 .",.30
5.10 10.35 1. 0: h.12
Pat. !17
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7.10' 7.30 12. 0 3.15 6.13
3.1-
11. 2
Full moon Nov. 12th at 9:13 p. n.
Tfca Daily Advertiser 75 cent3 a
month."
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
VKSsKLS I. 1'OIiT.
NAVAL VI.?LS.
II D M S Hyacinth. May, I'.;r i Inland.
MEI.C 1IANTM EN.
(This li-t dots not Intiu-Je coa-tcr.)
Jir bk Cadzow P'orest, Mclnne.--J. Newc'.-tJe.
Am bktne ?j N Ca-t!e. Hub'jar.l.S F.
Am bk Albert, (Jrilliths. tan Fran.
Haw bk Mauna Ala. Newra-itle. N 6 V.
Am schr f;va. Klitard. Kureka.
Iiktne l'latiter. l.'nderwood. Laan Island
VKsSKLS KXl'KCTKD.
Vci'-.e!.-).
W
ierc from.
.Oregon
.Newcastle. . .
.Jvertool...
Sr (Kah)...
Portland, Or,
.ay
S F
.S F
Svdnev
Due.
... Doe
. . . Due
....Due
...Due
. ..Due
. . .Due
Nov 13
. Nov 13
Nov 15
Am schr Ccloma
Am bk Elinore
lik Koutenbeck
hch Viking
lik Colonia
JSri W i Irwin
Uk ' D liryant
lik K P Ilithet
O S fcj Mariposa
O .tOSS Oceanic
OSS Alameda
C A S S Miowera ,
Am tchrFuritan
Nor hip Glanivor
Ger bk l'aul Isenberg
Am schr Kobt Searle.
Ship II FOlade
Yokohama. . .Nov 19
San Fr'ico. .Nov 22
Vancouver.. .Nov 24
.Newcastle
...Nov 30
.Newcastle.
. .Nov 30
liremen...
Newcastle
Liverpool
...Dec 10
...Dec 20
...Jan 30
ARRIVALS.
TcEDA Y, NOV. 13.
P M S S China, Seabury, from San Fran
cisco. Strnr Kinau, CJarke, from Hawaii and
Maui.
DKPAKTLHES.
Tuesday, Nov. 13.
P 31 S S China, Seibury, for Hongkong
via Japan.
Stmr V G Hall, S:ruer-on, for Maui and
Hawaii.
Stmr Clandine, Cameron, for Maui.
Stmr Kilauea Hou, Weisburth. for Ha
waii. Stmr Mikahala. Uaslund. for Kauai.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai.
Stmr Pele, McAllister, for Makaweti.
XMI'OKTS
Per Kinau 25 bags su?ar. 12 bales wool,
2iD bis hides, hi bags bones. 1'jj las corn.
310 bas potatoes, 3 mill rollers, 1 horse, 05
pkgs jundrie..
rASSENGKK's.
ARRIVALS.
From San Francisco, per P S S China,
Nov 13 Arthur Koger?, Judge Hartwell
and family. liev and Mrs H Isenberg, Alex
lenlerg," Mrs A C'ropp, C L Wight. Mr
Hackfeld, family and servant, and Col G
V Macfarlane.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Nov 13 Volcano: President S B Dole. Mrs
Dole. C P Iaukea and son, Mrs C F Keed,
S F Heed. Miss V Stevens, Miss II Stevens.
Way ports: G K Wilder and wife, H M
Dow and son, Mrs A C Pferdner, Mrs It
Lishman. Miss Lishman.Miss K Paakaula.
James V Kay. Kaniu Waipa, Mrs E Wan
ineaukai, C E Kempster ami wife, I W M
Mist. W S May. It a Yegi. C B Wells, J K
Miller, Father J Bissel, and 47 on deck.
DEPAP.TUP.ES.
For Yokohama, per P M S S China. Nov
13 Mr and Mrs Fujii, K Ogura, 121 Chi
nese and 77 Japanese.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hail. Nov 13 For the Volcano: Mrs M M
Thirds. 3Jrs V Ward. Wav ports: Misses
Ward (3), Dr McWavne, Mrs McWavne,
Miss Kona, J Strickland. C E Cawley. H It
Hitchcock, Capt Campball, Capt Templar,
J li Grant. Miss Hitchcock. Mr Kay, Col S
Norris, It Strauch, Lam Lung.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Nov 13
Mi;s Spaulding, Miss Cornwell, Miss Wid
difield. FLStolz, Major McDonald, U B
Wells, George Osborne, Hon A F Judd and
wife. Miss F I Carter, W W Goodale and
wife. Miss Perry, Mrs S T Alexander, Mrs
von Tempsky, Judge Frear and wife, CH
Dickey. It Spreckels, HCOvenden, AN
Orustead, Miss White.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Nov 13
William Fassie and wife. Misses Cum
mins (2), George Fairchild. C It McVeigh
and wife, S W Wilcox and wife, H II Wil
cox and wife. A Cropp and wife, J Eberlv,
W A Wall. Miss Wahlers, Rev and Mrs
Isenber. W A Ilice, wife and 2 children, C
Bailantyne, Miss Hooper, W A Constable.
WHARF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head, Nov. 13, 10 p.m.
Weather, clear ; wind, light east.
The echooner Maid of Orleans left
San Francisco for Kahului on the
4th inst.
The Mariposa left Auckland on the
3rd inst. She will be due here on
Thursday.
The bark II. 1. RitLet, now on her
way here, has a large number of
passengers on board.
The bark" Charles J3. Kenny Las
been chartered to load coal at
Nanaimo fcr Honolulu.
The bark Highland Light sailed
from Nanaimo on October 27th with
a cargo of coal for this port.
The Oceanic left Hongkong on the
31st ult. The vessel is on her way
to San Francisco via Honolulu.
The bark Mohican, from New
York for Honolulu, was spoken on
September 14th, in lat. 21 X., long.
33 W.
The barkentine Amelia sailed from
Port Gamble on the 2nd inst., for
Honolulu, with 700,000 feet of
lumber.
The German bark Paul Isenberg,
from Bremen for Honolulu, was
spoken on September 24 in lat. 26 S,
long. 4G W.
The barks C. D. Bryant and R. P.
Rithet, left San Francisco for Hono
lulu on October 2Sth and November
1st respectively.
The Kinau arrived early yesterday
morning from Hilo and way ports.
After discharging her freight she
was docked at the railway. She will
leave port again on Friday.
Tidings of the missing ship
Ivanhoe recently reached San Fran
cisco. She wa3 caught in a gale oft"
Cape Flattery on September 2Sth
and went down with all hands oa
board.
Yokohama, Nov. 5. The British
steamer Gaelic from San Francisco,
which was 6eized by the Japanese
authorities on the ground that she
was carrying contraband of war,
was allowed to sail, as it was found
upon investigation the suspicion wa3
unfounded.
The steamer Daisy Kimball, form
erly employed in the California
coast trade, left San Francisco on
the oth inst., for Honolulu via Hilo.
She is the same size as the steamer
Hawaii and will be used in the sugar
trade. The Daisy Kimball is the
boat purchased by the Matsons.
The P. M. S. S. China arrived yes
terday morning, from San Francisco
and left at four o'clock for the
Orient. She took away 124 Chinese
and about 77 Japanese from this
port. Captain Seabury is again
Commander of the big steamship. A
change has also been made in the
pursersbip; C. M. Wilbur is cow till
ing that position.
The Union Line steamer Waira
rapa, bound from Sydney for
Auckland, New Zealand, was wreck
ed on Great Barrier Island, off the
northeast coast of New Zealand on
the 31st ult. The captain, twenty of
the crew and fifty-eight passengers
were drowned. The Wairarapa was
a steel screw passenger steamer, hav
ing three decks, and was rated at
Lloyds as 100 Al special survey.
On a Big Crasier.
The extent and power of machin
ery construction are perhaps no
where more wonderfully exhibited
than in the working equipment of
the latest Government cruiser.
There are sixty-one separate engines,
not counting cylinders, which would
run up to 120 for main, auxiliary,
and pumping purposes. The low
pressure piston is 92 iocbes in dia
meter, has an area of 40 square feet,
and an initial load of 100 tons. The
condenser tubes, if placed end to
end, would form a tube 33 miles
long, and the cooling water passed
through these tubes equals 36,000,
000 gallons per day, or enough to
supply a large city with water. The
main boilers, if placed end to end,
would form a tunnel 156 feet long
and large enough for a train of cars
to pass through. The heating sur
face is equal to one and one-eighth
acres.
Japanese Warship Sank
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 30. The
Northern Pacific Steamship Com
pany officials received word that the
6teamer Zambesi, formerly a North
ern Pacific steamer, ran into the
Japanese warship Tsubukan, in
Kobe harbor, last month and sunk
her. The man-of-war only had time
to run into shallow water before she
went down. The Zambesi was re
cently purchased by some wealthy
Japanese, and was being operated
by them.
Marshal's Sale.
BY VIRTUK OF A WRIT OF
Execution, issued out of the District
Court, on the 16th day of October, A, D.
1894, against Dr. G. A. Ings, defendant,
in favor of Hollister & Co., Limited,
plaintiff, for the sum of $117.32, I have
leviP'l upon and shall expose for sale at
the Police Station, in the District of Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of
WEDNESDAY', the 21st day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1894, to the highest bidder, all
the right, title and interest of the said
Dr. G. A. Ings, defendant, in and to the
following property, unless said judgment,
interest, costs and my expenses be
previously paid.
List of property for sale :
Lot cf Medical and Surgical Works
and Instruments; also treatises on
French and German Languages; Novels
and a few Music Books.
C?"The above is open for inspection
at ibe office of the Deputy Marshal.
i3r-Tenns Cash.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal.
Honolulu, October 19, 1S94.
3S21 1596-3t
Marshal's Sale.
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE
cution, issued out of the District
Court, on the Dth day of October, A. D.
1S94, against Kin Loy, defendant, in
favor of E. M. Nakuina, plaintiff, for the
sum of .$115.13, 1 have levied upon and
shall expose lor sale at the Police Sta
tion, in the District of Honolulu, Island
ofOabu, at 12 o'clock of SATURDAY',
the 17th day of November, A.I). 1S94,
to the highest bidder, all the right, title
and interest of the said Kin Loy, defend
ant, in and to the following property,
unless said juJgment.interests, cost, and
my expenses be previously paid.
List of property for pale :
16 empty Foi Barrels (more or les3). 5
Benches, 2 Tables, 2 Toi Boards, 5 Poi
Pounders (Stones), 1 small Clock anJ 1
large Taro-cooking Apparatus.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal.
Honolulu. October 11. 1S94. 3S13-4t
CENTRAL MARKET!
N"UTJ-tV2tfT; STREET.
j First-claaa Market in every respect; be-
we make a specialty of
Urealztast Sausasea,
ITeaii Cheese,
Pressed Corn. Beef.
WESTBR00K & GARE5,
3437-cj Proprietor.
Hand-made Laces,
The undersigned oilers for sa'e the
fo'.lovwng hani-mada Laces:
Table Kunnei,
Doliea, Table .Mats,
Center Table Pieces. Tidle
JOAQUIM TAISEA,
School street, near Waikaha'ulu.
3834-lw
SrjqjpmiL
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 or about the date3 below stated, viz:
From Sydney and Suia, for Victoria
and Vancouver, B. C:
S. S. "MIOWERA" November 3
S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 2
From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C, 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.
.CCTTor Freight and Passage and all
general information apply to
Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd.
GENERAL AGENTS.
OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP CO
i Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Ol the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and
Auckland, on or about
NOVEMBER 15th,
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 "
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 porta.
The undersigned are now prepared
to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
S3?"For farther particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
GENERAL AGENTS.
OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP GO
Time Table.
LOCAL LINE.
S. S. AUSTEALIA
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.
ALAMEDA Nov 22
MARIPOSA Dec 20
From Sydney for
San Francisco.
Leave Honolulu.
MARIPOSA Nov 15
MONOWAI Dec 13
ALAMEDA Jan 10
3314-3m
CE1S. 3RSWJ5L & CO.'S
Boston Lin of Packets.
Shippers will please take
-3,N notice that the
AMERICAN BARK
&WjS' EDWARD MAY
Leaves New York on or about DEC.
15 for this port, if sufficient induce
ment offers.
C?"For further information, apply to
Chas. Brewer ii Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston,
Mas3., or to
C. BREWER & CO. (L'D.),
Honolulu, Agents.
Aostralian Mai
THE HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC
OScia! List cf Menters and Loca
tion cf Bureaus.
i EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.
i
j Sauford B. Do.e, Piesidnt.
! Francis 31. Hatch, Minister of Foreign
Affair:5.
James A. Kinr, Minister of Interior.
Samuel M. Damon , Minister of Finance.
William O. ruith, Attorney-General.
ADVISORY COUNCIL.
C. Bolte, John Frumeluth,
EdwaniD.TeMiey, James F. Morgan,
Wm. F. Allen, Alex. Youn-,
Jos. P. Mendor.ca, John Nott, i
D. B. Smith. John Ena,
William F. Allen,
Charles T. Rodger?, Chairman.
Secretarv.
SrpfiEns Co usx.
Ron. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice.
Hon. R. F. Bickertou, First Associate
Justice
Hon. W. F. Fr-ar. Second Associate
Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk.
Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk.
C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk.
J, Walter Jones, Stenographer,
Ci?.criT Judges.
First Circuit: Oa!.
Second Circuit: (Mani) J. W. Kalua.
Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) S.
L. Austin.
Fifth Circuit: (Xauai) J. Hardy.
Offices and Court-room in Court House,
King street. Sitting in Honolulu
The first Monday in February, May,
August and November.
Depabtmext ot Fcheigk ri'.viits.
Office in Capitoi Building, King street.
F. M. Hatch, Mimirter o: Foreign
Affairs.
Geo. O. Potter, Socretarv.
Lionel R.A.Hart. Clerk.
J. W. Giivin, Secretay Chinese Bureau.
DPArr:iEXT or tes Istezuor.
Office in Capitol Building, King
street.
J. A. King, Minister of the Interior.
Chief Clerk, John A. Hassinyer.
Assistant Clerks : janies 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 Marsdcn, Commis
sioner and Secretary.
Chiefs of Bureaus, Interior Depart
stest. 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.H. Hunt.
Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter.
Department of Finance.
Office, Capitol Building, King
street.
Minister of Finance, S. 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 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 21. Brown.
Jailor Oahu Prison, J. A. Low.
Priaon Physician, Dr. C. E. Cooper. '
Boaed 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 21ililani and Queen
streets.
Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B.
Emerson, J.T.Waterhouce, Jr., John
Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney
General Smith.
President Hon. W. O. Smith.
Secretary Cha3. Wilcox.
Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds.
Inspector and 2Ianager 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.
Boap-d of Education.
Court Houee 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. Periv, Mazistrate.
Jnmes 1'homppon, Clerk.
Board of Fiee Commissioners.
Andrew Brown, President: Geo. W.
Smith.
James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer.
Tohn Enlnger, Clerk.
Diplomatic and Consular Ieprr
aentatives of Hawaii Abroad.
IN THE UNITED STATE.
United States nis Fx L A Thurston.
Envoy Extraordinarv and 2Iini?ter
PIenifotent2arv, Washington, D C.
Secretary and Charge d' Affaires ad
terim F P Hastings
New York E II A lion, Consul-General.
San Francisco C T Wilder, Cons-J-General
for the Pacific States : Cali
fornia, Oregon and Nevada and
Washington J F So;.er.
Consular Clerk
Philadelphia Robert H Davis, Conu
San Diego, CalaH P.Wood, Consul
Boston Gorham D Oilman, Consul
General Portland Or-J McCraken, Consul
Port Townserd, Wash Jamed G Swan,
Consul
Seattle G R Carter, CoiipuI
Tacoma, Washington J T B
Consul
elrhftr.
MEXICO, CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA.
U S of 2Iexico, 2Iexico-Col W J D
Gress, Consul-General. K H Baker,
Vice-Consul
Manzanillo Robert James Barney, Con
sul. Peru, Lima F L Crosby, Consul
Callao, Peru , Consul
Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge u'
Affaires and Cor.snl-General
vnte Video, Uruguay Conrad Hughes
Consul
Philippine Islands, Uoilo George She'.
merdine, Consul
Manila Jasper 21 Wood Consul
Cebu George E A Cadell Consul
OREAT BKiTAIN.
London Manley Hoi kins, Consul-General
for the Kingdom of Great
Britain.
Liverpool Harold Jan ion, Consul
Bristol 2Iark Whitwell. Consul
Hull W 2Ioran, Consul
Newcastle on Tyne E Bie3terfeld,
Consul
Middlesborough B. C. Atkinson.
Falmouth C R Broad, Consul
Dover (and the Cinque Ports) Francis
William Piefcott, Consul
Swansea II Bovev, Consul
Cardiff H Goidbe'rg, Consul
Edinburgh and Leith E G Buchanan.
Consul
Glasgow Dunn, Consul
Dundee J G Zoller, Consul
Dublin R Jas 2Iurphy, Vice-Consul
Queenstown Geo B Dawson, Consul
Balfast W A Ross, Consul
ERTTISH COLONIES.
Toronto, Ontario - J E Thompson, Consu' .
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 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, Consu
Brisbane, Queensland Alex B Webster
Consul
Hobart, Tasmania Captain Hon Audley
Coote, Consul
Launceeton Geo Collins, Vice-Censul
Newcastle, N H W W U 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' Affaires
and Consul-General ; A N HTeyesier
Vice-Consul
Marseilles G du Cayla, Consul
Bordeaux Ernest de Boissac, Consul
Dijon, U H Vieilhomnne, Consul
Libourne Charles Schaessler, Consul
Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul
GERMANY.
Biemen H.F.Glade, Charge d' Affaires -and
Consul-General
Bremen John F 2Iuller, Consul
Hamburg Edward F Weber, Consul
Irankfoit-on-21aine Joseph Kopp, Con
sul Dresden Augustus P Russ Consul
Karlsruhe H 2Iullor, Consul
AUSTRIA.
Vienna Hugo Schonberger, Consu;
SPAIN AND COLONIES.
Barcelona Enrique 2Iinguez, Consul
General
Cadiz James Shaw, Consul
Valencia Julio Solar, Consul
Malaga F T De Navarra, Consul; P
Gioenez y Navarra, Vice-Consul
Cartegena J Paris, Consul
Las Palmas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal-
cony Quevedo, Consul; J Bravo de
Laguna, Vice-Consul
Santa Cruz A C de las Casas, Vice-
ConEul
Arecife de Lanzarotte E 2Iorales
Rodriguez, Vice-Consul
PORTUGAL AND COLONIES.
Lisbon A Fereira de Serpa, Consul
General Oporto Narcieo T 21 Ferro, Consu
2Iadeira L B F Branco,Consul
St 2Iichaels A de S 2Ioreira, Consul
St Vincent, Cape de Verde Islapr
C 2Iartins, Vice-Consul
Lagos 21 J Barbosa, Vice-Cccsul
ITALY.
Rome James Clinton Honker, Consu
General
Genoa Raphael de Luchi, Consul
Palermo Antelo Tagliavia, Consul
NETHERLANDS.
Amsterdam D H Schmull, Consul -General
Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul
BELGIUM.
Antwerp Victor Fcrge, Consul-Genera.
Ghent E Coppieters, Consul
Liege Jule3 Blanpain, Consul
Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Consul
SWEDEN AND NORWAY.
Stockholm C A Engvalls, Consul
General.
Christiania L Samson, Consul
Ly6kil H Bergstrom, Vice-Ccnsui
Gothemberg Gustav Kraak, Tic
Consul
JAPAN.
Tokio His Excellency R4 Walker Irwin,
Minister Resident
Hioto and Oeaka C P Hall, Consul
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