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THJE PACIFIC C03IMJERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HOXOIiUXTJ, XOVE3IBER 21 1894.
Q ' X iWi J OIHD RAILWAY 4 LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE. FROM HO i?TCH JUNK 1, 19W2. TK AIN8 TO XWA MILL. B a.m. r.M. Leave Honolala. . .8:45 1:45 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 Arrive Ew Mill... 9 7 2:57 TO HONOLULU. C B A.M. A.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 Leave Pearl City..6:55 11:15 Arrive Honolulu.. 7:30 11:55 A Saturdays only. B Daily. O Buncky excepted. D Saturdays excepted A r.M. 4:35 D r.M. 5:10 5:10 5:56 5:36 6:22 B A P.M. P.M. 3:43 5:42 4:15 6:10 4 :55 8:45 The Pacific Commercial Advertiser iMued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 318 Merchant Street. EIGHT PAGES. SCBSCKIPTION KATES: Thk Daily Pacific Commercial ADVER TISER (8 PAOE3) Per month in advance $ J5 Per quarter in advance JJJ Per year in advance 8 w Per year, postpaid to United States of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 W 1 year, postpaid Foreign.. 14 00 Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly (8 pages Tuesdays and Fridays) Per year 104 numbers.... fc 00 Per year-U. S. and Canada. ...... 6 00 Per year,other Foreign Countries., t W Payable Inrlbly In Advance. GEO. II. TAIUS, Business Manager. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1891. THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. November. 1894. Tb. J Fr. 8(9 S. MOOX'S fHASM. lis it3a'r 10 JJ Nor. 6. I ull Moon 17 U ot. 13. 13 ! It i3 ; is 22 21 I 2t ! LaAt yu'r Not. 19. 27 j S3 I 29 30 .X l' r-vr Moo a Not. tt. FOKXIOIf MAIL service. Ste&mstiips will leave for and arrive from 8an Francisco, on the following daUn, Ull the cloie of 1S53. Am. at Uoolclu r"M.cf Francisco Oa VaSCOCVER On or About Alameda.... Nov. 22 Aiiowera Nov.2 Australia D-c 1 Oceanic...;.. Dec. 11 Mariposa.... Dec. 20 Warrrimco. . . Dec 24 Australia .... Dec. 2U 18113. Monowai Jan. 17 Australia Jan. 2G Alameda Feb. 11 Australia.... Feb. 23 Mariposa. . ..Mar. 14 Australia... Mar. 23 Monowai. ...Apr. 11 Australia. ..Apr. 20 Alameda May 9 Australia.. . May IS Manposa.... June Australia.. ..June 15 Monowai July 4 Australia July" 13 Alameda Aug. I Australia ujr. 10 aiaripo?a . . . . Aup. 2J) Australia bept. 7 Monowai... Sept. 2; Australia Oct. 5 Alameda Oct. 24 Australia Not. 2 Lkavz Hosolclc For Has Frakcisoo Ob. Vascocvkb On or About Mariposa .. Nov. 15 Oceanic Nov. 19 Warrimoo Dec. 3 Australia... .Dec. 8 Monowai... Dec. 13 Miowera Dec 31 China Dtc. 31 1895. Australia Jan. 5 Alameda Jan. 10 Australia Feb. 2 I i!aripoa Feb. 7 I Australia Mar. 2 Monowai Mar. 7 Australia... Mar. 30 Alameda Apr. 4 Australia. ...Apr. 27 Manpoa May 2 Australia . . . .May 25 Monowai May 30 Australia... June 22 Alatueda June27 Australia July 20 Maripo?a....July 25 Australia... Aut;. 17 Monowai... A up. 22 Australia... Sept. 14 Alameda.... Sept. 19 Australia. ...Oct. 12 Mariposa.... Oct. 17 Australia.... Nov. 9 Meteorological Kecord. IT TH( bOTCR.N XKMT 3 1TB TZX . ETKRT JIONDAT. rtEUIHID tiRi. THRWt r: e c 1 3 3 9 3 B c Sun lllsn, 01JJ.91 i .S7 9 29.91 T.lf J.M to 60. .V 70, h)! .iX'j 77 1 i" ) S 8-4 1 4 4 2 3 15 Hon, 12 . Tne.lt J '.r. 67 71 72 6 9 "Wed Tbn Tri. Sat. II 30. 13 "J, l,-9. 1730. CO .! . . . . t 7M.77 9- 1-4 Ew 1 1.1.) 73 7-101 N-? j'iO.OO1 76. ' K 10 9S29.!M 91 0"i l-i.'jG Earomtf r corrrctM for ttarritar nJ el atlon, but not for UtltuJe. Title. Sun and Moon. 5 - fi t a.m. 'p.m. d m. Mon Tom mi Vfea..., Tbar., 19, 9.20 10.40 20 10.20 11.4 2111.10 in. 22 12. 0 0.20 p.m. 23; 1. 0, 0..'n) 24! l.W. 1.40 4. V) 5. 5.W 6.20 6. So' 7.15 9.23 1..55 3.2"5, 5.1) CIO ; I .14 B.17 . . 5.17: O. U 5.171 1. 0 5.17! I.i5 5.17. 2.4 5.17; U.42 5.l7j 4.4-J 14 n 13 k 1 rrti Bit.., San.. 7.20 9.20 9.15 .17 25 .17. Lat auirter of the moon oa tfc 19th at 3 h. 37 m. p. m. The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a month. i Ba. M. Hi 17" 19 "la" I I I . . . . SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSEL. I IMUiT. NAVAL VE-3EI. USS Yorktown. Folder, Sail Franci.-co. II 1J M S Hyacinth. May. Uird Inland. MERCHANTMEN. (Tbi 1M docs not Ir.clu-Ie toasters.) O A O BS Oceanic. Smith. IIorjkonpr. Dk U P Ilithet. Morrison, ban rrancisco. llr bk Cadzow Forest, Mclnness. Newcastle. Am bktne N Castle. Hubbard. S F. Am bk Albert, Orilhths. ban Fran. Dktne Planter. L'nderwooU, Lays-an Island IJrie W ii Irwin. William", ban Francico. likC D Dryant. Jacobin, ban Francisco. 1'Or.EIQN VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessels. W Am bk Elsinore lik Koutenbeck bch Viking Kchr Maid of Orleans Stmr Daisy Kimball. OSS Alameda CASS Miowera Dktne Amelia Hk Highland Light.., here from. Due. ..Newcastle Due . . l.iveriKol Due .Sr (Kah) Due ..S F (Kan) Nov 20 ..S F Nov 20 San Fr'isco..Nov22 . Vancouver . . .Nov 24 . Port Oamble.Nov 23 . . Nanaimo. . . . Nov 30 . .Newcastle . . .Nov 30 ..Newcastle.. .Nov 30 SF Dec 1 Am sen r run tan Nor ship Glanivor.... It K H Anstralia (ier bk I'aul Isenberg Am sch r llobt Searl es . Bremen Dec 10 .Newcastle. . ..Dec 20 Hongkong . . . Dec 25 Newcastle Jan 1 Liverpool Jan 30 (ier bk Lina Schr William Bowdcn Ship 11 F Glade , AKKIVAL.1. Tuesday, Nov. 20. Stmr WG Hall. Simer3on. from Hawaii and Maui. DEPAICTUKES. Tuesday, Nov. 20. O and OSS Oceanic. Smith, for San Francisco. Stmr Kilauea Hou, V eisbarth. for Ha waii. Strnr Mokolii, McGregor, for Moiokai. Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maui. Stmr Mikahala. Haglund, for Kauai. Stmr Waialeale. Smythe, for Kauai. Bk Coloma, Noyes, for Hongkong. PA8SEOKIts, ARRIVALS. From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G Hall. Nov 20 S Parker. Capt L Alborn, Mrs Dr Lindlev and servant, Dr McWayne, T C Willis. J Murphy, U Haili, W F Wil son. A Granberg. J D Pans. A Fernandes, J M Vivas, Miss Haanio, Wm Makekau and to deck. DEPART CRES. For San Francisco, per O & O S S Oceanic, Nov. 20 Mrs W Blaisdell and 4 children, C. Honacker. For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Nov 20 C Conradt, G Harris. C L Brito. F Fer reira, Dr llaymond, M D Monsarrat, C V E Dove. Max Schlemmer. For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Nov 20 Miss Dickson. W Schuitze, Mrs Campell, Mrs J O Wilder, L A Andrews, Mrs Kaha nanui. IMPOKTS. Per stmr W G Hall 5939 bags sugar, 274 bags cort e, 43 bags awa, 22 bdls hides, 24 head cattle, 30 hogs and 75 pkgs sundries. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Nov. 20, 10 p.m. Weather, thick ; wind, light east. In nine consecutive passages the Lucania has averaged 214 knots an hour this year. The barkentine S. N. Castle leaves at noon today, bound for San Francisco. The armored cruiser Maine wins a premium of 22,900 for the build ers of her engines. The bark Albert is loading rap idly. She will leave for San Fran cisco early in next week. The O. & O. S. S. Oceanic left for San Francisco yesterday after noon. She took but six passengers from this port. The band was present on the wharf and gave the usual serenade. The steamer W. G. Hall arrived from windward ports yesterday afternoon with a heavy cargo of freight, which included 5930 bags of sugar. She reports that rain is plentiful in the Kona district. The Hail will leave port again next Friday. The British ship Speake, on her way from Antwerp to San Fran cisco, recently put in at Port Stan ley and reported that her mate had died at sea. She had met with heavy weather and high seas, and it was necessary for her to make some repairs. It is the custom of the Japanese to add to the names of their ships of war the word Kan, a word which is of Chinese origin, and means war vessel, and their warships are always spoken of in this way, as Naniwa Kan, Hashidate Kan, etc. In a similar manner, the word Maru is added to the names of mer chant vessels, a3 Omi Maru, Yama skiroMaru. The word is of obscure origin. It is believed to be a cor ruption of Maro, "an archaic term of endearment." Washington, Nov. 2. One of the agents for the Union Iron Works of San Francisco called on Secretary Herbert at the War Department to day and complained of the dela' in furnishing the battery for the new ship Olympia. This dela-, it is claimed, is caused by failure to provide gun carriages, and it is said that some have not even been tested. The Oregon is now placed in the same predicament, because of the failure to get the armor for her, consequently it will be some time before either the Oregon or the Olympia will be ready for ser vice. Mr. Allan, a resident of Mel bourne, has invented an electric submarine torpedo boat which he claims can be sunk to any depth and can be run as fast as a surface boat. It can be kept submerged, he eays, three dayj. A successful experiment with Allan's model wa3 made recently in the presence of the Earl of Hopetoun and many naval and military oQicers. After seeing the experiments Rear Ad Bow den Smith cave the ODinion that the boat was all that Mr. Allan claimed, and was destined to revo lutionize naval .warfare. - SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR. Plans for Defense to be Ready Next Year. Washington, Nov. G. A pilot chart was issued today at the Hydro prapbic office of the North Pacific. CoDgres3 authorized this publication at the last session, which is intended to aid the mariners of the West. About the 9tretch between San Fran cisco and Yokohama, a distance of 1500 miles, every bit of information obtainable is given. It is very interesting and in one place indicates a single floating log about 5000 miles from tne Hawaiian Islands. General Casey, in his annual report, deals largely with the progress thus made in protecting the seaboard from possible attacks of an enemy's fleet. He says that at San Francisco a battery of sixteen twelve inch mortars is very nearly ready, and by the middle of next year three twelve-inch rifles will probably be mounted on high sites overlooking San Francisco harbor. The project for the defense of that port includes eighteen twelve-inch guns on lifts, twenty-three ten-inch and thirteen eight-inch guns on dis appearing carriages, fifteen twelve inch, five ten-inch and six eight-inch guns on non-disappearing carriages, since these are on Ligh sites, which need not fear an enemy direct lire; 144 twelve-inch mortars, together with submarine mines operated from seven mining casemates, a part of which have been practically com pleted, with the mounting of three twelve-inch guns and sixteen mortars. Half a dozen implements are nearly or quite ready for as many ten-inch guns, and with the coast defender Monterey ready and the Monadnock nearly completed, the work at San Francisco seems to be well started. THE FASTEST STEAMER. British. Torpedo Boat Daring Aver ages Nearly Thirty-three Miles. From the best available records just now it would appear that for war vessels of appreciable size, rang ing up into thousands of tons dis placement, twenty six and a half miles an hour, equivalent to a little over twenty-three knots, is the high est speed that has yet been attained, and belongs to the latest of the com pleted United States cruisers, the Minneapolis, built by Cramps at Philadelphia. This figure was reach ed with triple screws and an indicat ed horse power equipment of about 21,000 for 7350 tons displacement, the dimensions of the ship being 412 feet length, 5S feet beam and 22 feet draught. Coming down to ves sels of smaller size, however, the speed performance is found consid erably increased, as exemplified in the new twin-screw torpedo boat destroyer Daring, built for the British navy by Thornycroft & Co. It is this boat for which the claim has been made of being the fastest warship afloat, backed by the remark able run of a little over twenty-nine knots, or nearly thirty-three and one half miles an hour, recently made on the Thames. The mean of three runs was 28.65G knots, or about thirty-two and nine-tenths miles an hour, and easily puts the Tessel fore most in point of speed. The Daring is 185 feet long, 19 feet beam and 13 feet deep, with a displacement of 228 tons. Cassier'e Magazine. Superior Japanese Troops. A British officer, who apparently knows, says that it "would be as rea sonable to charge brave men armed with pitchforks against brave men armed with rifles as to pit, man for man, the Chinese, in their present condition, against the Japanese." "Of all native and colonial troops I have seen, and I have seen most of them," says he, "I would, next to Goorkhaas, perfer a regiment of Jap anese. They are brave, temperate, patient and energetic, and at this moment the Chinese, whatever might be done with them, are 200 years behind." There is a gymnasi um in every Japanese barracks. New York Sun. A Fleet Yacht. New York, Nov. S British yachtsmen are not going to have things all their own way next year in the racing of boats in the twenty-rater, class. Howard Gould has just given the HerreshofTs an order for a crack racing yacht of that class. Work is to be begun on the boat at once, and it is to be ready early in April to go across the ocean to sail against the fleet of British twentv-raters. llow They Go. Cigar Dealer (disconsolately) I've ; lost another steady customer for my j imported cigars. Friend VVho? 1 "Wilkins." "Dead?" tkNo: gone off on a wedding toar." I "He'll come back." "Yes, and then he'll begin smoking j Hwofers.' "New York Weekly. Spiffing. nANADIAN-A uSTRALIAN Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with 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 dates below stated, viz: From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C: S. S. "WARRIMOO" December 2 From Victoria and Vancouver, B. ft, for Suva and Sydney: S. S. "MIOWERA" November 24 8. S. "WARRIMOO" December 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, Halted States and Europe. C?For Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd. GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Aust we. For San Francisco; The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship 4C MoisrowLi-'5 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and Auckland, on or about DECEMBEE I3tli, 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 ports. The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS IN THE UNITED STATES. E7"For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. S. S. AUSTRALIA Arrive Honolulu ' Leave Honolulu fromS. F. forS.F. December 1. . .December 8 December 29 January 5 THROUGH LINE. From San Fran. for Sydney. Arrive Honolulu. From Sydney for San Francisco. Leave Honolulu. ALA MED A Nov 22 I MARIPOSA Nov 15 MARIPOSA Dec 20 MONOWAI Dec 13 I ALAMEDA Jan 10 3314-3m CZ1S. BRXWXS & C0.8 Boston Line of Packets. Shippers will please take notice that the JS3S AMERICAN ISJUlt HELEN BREWER Leaves New York on or about DEC 15 for thi3 port, if sufficient induce ment offers. jyFor further information, apply to Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby t., Boston, Mas3., or to C. BREWER A CO. (L'D.), Honolulu, Agents. ra an Mai THE HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC Official List of Members and Loca tion of Bureaus. EXECl'TIVK COC.NCIL. anford B. Dole, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs. James A. Kinjr, Minister of Interior. Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance. William O. fc'mith, Attorney-General. ADVISORY COUNCIL. C. Eolte, John Erameluth, Edward D. Tenner, James F. 3Iorgan, Wm. F. Allen, Alex. Young, Jos. P. Mendonca, John Nott, D. B. Smith. John Ena, William F. Allen, Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman. Secretary. SrPESMS Oocet. Hoi.. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice Hon. W. F. rrear. Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk. C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer". Cibccit Judges. Fit Circuit ; WWH-J 0am 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 street. Sitting in Honolulu The first Monday in February, May, August and November. Depaethent op Fop.eigs 'ffajrs. Office in Capitol Building, Kinjr street. F. M. Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs . Geo. C. Potter, Secretary. Lionel R.A.Hart. Clerk. J. W. Girvin, ecretay Chinese Enreau. Depabtmext o? the Interior. Office in Capitol Building, Ring street. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. Chief Cleric, 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. Chiefs cf Bueeaus, 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. Cum min gs . Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas.H. Hunt. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Dspastkent 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. Depabtment of Attorney-General. Office in Capitol Building, King street. Attorney-General, W. O. Smith. Deputy Attorney-GeneriJ, 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"retary, 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.Waterhouce, 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 Uouet. Police Station Building, Merchant street A. Peri y, Magistrate. James lhoTip-:ou Clerk. Board of Fire Commissioner?. Andrew Brown, President; Geo. 1 W. Smith, James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer. Tohn EfHnger, Clerk. Diplomatic and Consular Itcpre mentatives of Hawaii Abroad. VS THE UNITED hTTES. United States His Ex L A Thurston, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Washington, D 0. Secretary and Charge d' AiTaiic? ?.:. terim F P Hastings New York E II .u!en, Conul-Gei.-erAl. Saa Fran i i.oo C T Wilder, Con?u: General for the Pacific iStatep: Ca-i forn:a, Orrgon and Nevada and Washington J F scper, Consular Clerk Philadelphia Kobert H Dvis, Con?q San Diego, Gala H P.Wood, Consul Boston Gcrhara D Gilrnan, Consul General Portland Or J McCraken, Consul Port Townsend, Wash Ja:ies . Sv. au, Consul Seattle G R Carter, Consul Tacoma, Washington T Belthc.', Consul MEXICO, CENTRAL AND SOCTU AMERICA. U S of Mexico. Mexico - Col W J D Gress, Consul-General, li H Baker, Vice-Consul Manzanillo Robert Jan'e? Harney, Con sul. Peru, Lima F L Crosby, Condi?. Callao, Peru , Consul Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge u' Affaires and Consul-General Vonte Video, Uruguay Conrad Hughes Consul Philippine Islands, lloilo George She'.- rnerdine, Connul Manila Jasper M Wood Consul Cebu George E A Cadell Consui OltKAT BlCt-TAIN London Manley Hot 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 ki Broad, Consul Dover (and the Cinque Ports) Francis William Piecott, Consul Swansea H Bovey, Consul Cardiff H Goldberg, Consul Edinburgh and L.eith E G Buchanan Conei; Glasgow .lis Dunn, Consul Dundee J G Zoller, Consul Dublin R Jas Murphy, Vice-Consul Queenstown Geo B Dawson, Consul Belfast W A Rose, Consul BRITISH COLONIES. Toronto, Ontario - JE Thompson, Consa: 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 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 Launceston Geo Collins, Vice-Cansul Newcastle, N W W 11 Moulton, ViceConsul 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, Chprge d' Affaires and Consul-General ; A N H Teyesier 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-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, Consul SPAIN AND COLONIES. Barcelona Enrique Minguez, Consul General Cadiz James Shaw, Consul Valencia Julio Solar, Consul Malaga F T De Navarra, Consul; F Gioenez y Navarra, Vice-Consul Cartegena J Paris, Consul Las Palmas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal cony Quevedo, Consul ; J Bravo da Laguna, Vice-Consul Santa Cruz A C da las Casas, Vice- Consul 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, ConsUi St Vincent, Cape de Verde Islands C Martins, Vice-Consul Lagoe M J Barbosa, Vice-Consul ITALY. Rome James Clinton Hooker, Cons:: General Genoa Raohael de Luchi, Consul Palermo Angelo Tagliavia, Consul NETHERLANDS. Amsterdam D H Schmull, Consu) -General Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul BELGIUM. Antwerp Victor Forge, Consul-General Ghent E Coppieters, Consul Liege Jules Blanpain, ConEul Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Consul SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Stockholm C A Engvalls, Consul General. Christiania L Samson, Consul Lyskil H Bergstrom, Vice-Consui Gothemberg Gustav Kraak, Tlc Consul JAPAN. Tokio His Excellency R; Walker Irwin , Minister Resident Hiogo and Osaka C P Hall, Consul 41 i r