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THE PACIFIC 03lrECCIAL ADVERTISER: HOOIiUTU, -FEBRUARY G,
01HD BMLWAY LAND CO.'S
TIME 'L'AHLE.
from it(D irrH junb i. istfft.
TRAINS
to aw a kflX.
B
A.K.
Leave Honolulu... 8:45
Leave Pearl City.. 9:30
Arrive Ewa Mill... 9:57
B
rot.
1:45
2:30
2:57
A
r.M.
4:35
5:10
5:36
D
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5:10
5:56
6:22
A
P.M.
5:42
fO HONOLULU.
0 B
A.M. A.M.
Twa P.va Mill.. 6:21 10:43
B
P.M.
3:43
Lee Pearl City..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10
Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:55 4:55 6:45
Arrive
"A Saturdays only.
B Dally.
n flnndAT excepted.
D Saturdays excepted.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Iaul livery Morning,
Sunday, by tha
Except
Hawaiian Gazette Company
At No. 318 Merchant 8trt.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES:
The Daily Pacitic Commercial ADVER
TISER (8 PAQSB)
Per month Jj
Per 3 months if paid in advance. . 2 00
Per year in advance 8 00
Per year, postpaid to United States
of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00
Per 1 year, postpaid other Foreign 14 00
Hawaiian Gazette, 8emi-Weexly (8
pages tuesdays and fridays)
Per year 104 numbers
Per year, Foreign Countries .
...5 00
... 6 00
Payable Invariably In Advance.
GEO. H. PARIS,
Business Manager.
WEDNESDAY, : FEBRUARY 6, 1895.
THE ADVECTISEIC CALENDAR,
February, 1893.
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Ban Francisco. Vancouver and byaner d
the following dates, till cne close of lv5
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Australia.... Feb. 18
Oceanic Feb. J 9
Warrimoo...Feb.24
Mariposa .... iar..l4
Australia... Mar. 18
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Australia.... J an. 30
Warrimoo.... Feb. 1
Mariposa Feb. 7
Gaelic Feb. 16
Australia.... Feb .23
Miowera Mar. 4
Arawa Mar. 7
Miowera....Mar. 24
China April 2
Australia... Apr. 2
Arawa Apr. 11
Warrimoo . . . A pr. 24
Coptic April 30
Australia.. . May 3
Alameda May 9
Miowera May 24
Australia... .May 27
City Peking.. June 1
Mariposa. ... June 6
Australia.. June 21
Warrimoo. . June 24
Arawa July 4
Australia.... July 15
Miowera.... July 24
Coptic July 10
Alameda Aug. 1
Peru...... March 9
Warrimoo.... Apr. 1
Australia... Mar. 20
Alameda Apr. 4
Australia.... Apr. 13
Gaelic April 28
Miowera May 2
Mariposa May 2
Australia.... May
China May 20
Arawa May 30
warrimoo.. ..June l
Australia... June 3
Australia. . ..June 24
Rio J aneiro. June 17
Alameda. .. .June 27
Miowera. July 2
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Warrimoo.. Aug. 24
Mariposa Aug. 29
Australia Sept. 2
Coptic Sept. 19
Miowera . .-. . 8ept. 24
Arawa Sept. 26
Australia. ..Sept. 30
Australia.... Oct. 21
Warrimoo... Oct. 24
Alameda Oct. 24
China..... ...Oct. 29
Australia.... July 20
Mariposa.... July 25
v arnmoo....Aug. l
Belgic Aug. 9
Australia... Aug. 14
Arawa Aug. 22
Miowera.... Aug. 31
Rio Janeiro . .Sept. 6
Austraila....8ept. 7
Alameda.... Sept. 19
Warrimoo.. ..Oct. 2
Australia.... Oct. 2
China Oct. 6
Australia.... Not. 15
Miowera Nov. 24
Coptic Nov. 28
Warrimoo. . . Dec. 24
City Pekiner..Dec 23
Mariposa Oct. 17
Miowera Nov. 1
Coptic Nov. 6
Warrimoo. . . . Dec. 2
City Peking.. Dec. 6
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Advertiser 75 cents a month.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
VESSELS IN l'OKT.
MES OF W AK.
U fcJ F S Philadelphia. Cotton. S F.
MEBCHA5TMEK.
(Thl lit does not include coa&tcrs.)
Schr Norma, Kwenson. Claxton, B C.
Bk Velocitr, Martin, Hongkong.
Haw bk K"P Rithet. San Francisco.
Br ship tilanivor. Williams, Newcastle.
Am sen Lvman D Foster.Dreyer.Newc'stle
Am bk Sonoma. Anderson, Newcastle.
Am sen Hobt Searles, Piltz, Newcastle.
Bark Sumatra. Berry, Hilo.
Cir hV Lina. Albrecht. Honekonz
Am sch Robert Lewers, Goodman, S F.
Bktne Klikitat, Cutler, Port Gamble.
Bktn 8 N Castle, Hnbbard, Ban Francisco.
Sch Alice Cooke. Penhallow, Pt Towsend.
Bk Andrew Welch. Drew. San Francisco.
Am sch Jane Gray, Foncke, San Francisco.
Am ship Kenilworth, Baker, San Francisco.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels. Where from. Due.
Sch Maid of Or!eans.8 F Due
8hip Kenilworth.... 8 F Dae
Bktne C F Crocker..8 F (Hilo) Due
Ship H F Glade Liverpool Due
Bark Albert San Fran Due
Bk Ceylon San Fran Feb 6
RMS 8 Mariposa... Sydney Feb 7
Brig W G Irwin . . . . 8 F Feb 10
Bktne Mary Winkelmann, Newc'le..Feb 10
R M 8 S Alameda. ..8 F Feb 14
O fc O 8 8 Gaelic... Yokohama Feb 16
O 8 8 Australia 8 F Feb 18
O & O 8 S Oceanic... S F Feb 19
Sch King Cyrus Newcastle Feb 20
CASS Warrimoo..Vancovuer Feb 24
Bark Harry More. ..Newcastle Feb 25
Schr Golden Shore.. Newcastle Mar 5
Schr Oceania Vance. Newcastle Mar 5
Bk Robert Sudden.. Newcastle Apr 5
ARRIVALS.
Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Am ship Kenilworth, Baker, from San
Francisco.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii and
Mani.
DEPARTURES.
Tuesday. Feb. 5.
8tmr Mikahala, Haglund, for Kauai.
8tmrWO Hall, Simerson, for Maui and
Hawaii.
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maui and
Stmr" Mokolii, McGregor, for Lahaina
and Lanai.
VSSEL8 LEAVING TODAY.
Stmr Likelike, Weisbarth. for ports on
Hawaii, at 5 p m.
IMPORTS.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau
Feb 55405 bags sugar, 47 hides and 53
pkga sundries.
PA8SENOEK!).
ARRIVALS.
From Hawaii and Mani, per stmr Kinau.
Feb 5 From Volcano: D H Walker and
wife, O K Denbigh, N Brenham, 8 Rother
will, A Masy. Mrs E Graham, Miss G Farn
ham, 8 W West. J. O Desley. Way ports :
Mrs J L Richardson, Mrs C Furneaux,
Miss Eva Sunter, Mrs G Weight and two
children, J T Cunningham, P Mac Rae, H
U Austin, G V Uakms. J 8 Canario. Misa B
Duchalsky, J H Maby. A White. W G Wal
ker, H B Shroder, Mrs S Kia, G P Wilder,
ana 50 deck.
UXPARTCBZS.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall. Feb 5 P Noonan, Mrs D Tavlor.
Theodore Wolff. Charles David. Balem
Hamchette and son, Miss Barrows, Alec
Barrows, Miss Paris, E R Hendry. C R
Dement. Miss Monodd, Kev W Uorsfall,
W W uauagner, and 30 oa deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 5
Mrs M L Pratt. General Marshal, James
Cowan. Major McDonald. R T Coulter. C
B Makee.Miss Kitchen, Miss Helen Wilder,
Mrs Stillman and child. Miss Kellett. Mrs
Noonan, Emma Hatfield, Maud Hatfield,
W Scharf . W H Rice.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Claudine,
Feb 5 H P Baldwin, Miss Alice Walker,
L P Lincoln, Mr Buchaltz, R von Dom
Komiez. Mrs J P 8ilva. Mrs E H Wode-
bouse, A F Linder and wife, Mrs Wilbur,
William B Bolster.
WHARF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head. Feb. 5. 10 p.m.
Weather, clear ; wind, light north.
The Mariposa will be due tomor
row from the Colonies.
The schooner Robert Lewers is
moored at the Inter-Island wharf.
The J. D. Spreckels left Kahalai
on last Friday with a cargo of su
gar.
The Likelike will leave this af
ternoon at 5 o'clock for ports on
Hawaii.
Purser Pritchard. of the wrecked
steamer Kihalani. returned to town
yesterday. He ha3 been transfer
red to the Lehna.
Nothing but two masts and a
portion of the keel of the wrecked
steamer Kihalani can be seen at
the Hakalau coast.
The Katie Flickincer is unload
ing coal at Kahului. As soon as
she is discharged, she will load
sugar for San Francisco.
The Andrew Welch will take the
Kinau's sugar today. Captain
Drew expects to get away late this
afternoon or tomorrow morning.
The Annie Johnson left Hilo for
San Francisco on last Saturday
morning with a full load of suear.
The Lurline will leave this evening.
The steamer Kahului left the
port of the same name on last Sat
urday for San Francisco. She took
six passengers and 1175 tons of
sugar.
The William Bowden was re
cently towed to Kahului for a carco
of sugar. On his arrival the cap
tain discovered that he would not
get a cargo, so the vessel will re
turn to Honolulu within a day or
two.
The Kinau arrived yesterday af
ternoon from Hilo and way ports.
She brought a full careo of suzar
and a good-sized passenger list.
Heavy swells were met with and as
a result the steamer could not touch
J at Mabukona or Makena. The Ma-
hukona passengers were taken on
board at another Kohala port.
The Kenilworth arrived from San
Francisco yesterday after a long
trip. She is docked at the mail
wharf to load sugar for New York.
She is a "four-master" and is eaid
to be the largest ship that has ever
entered the harbor.
During the voyage of the Kenil
worth to this port one of the sailors
was washed overboard, ana anotner
received serious injuries by falling
from aloft. The injured man is be
ing cared for aboard ship.
THE DRAUGHT OF A SHIP.
A New Marine Device by Which a
caaci0tui0MCMuiCu.
Never before has it been possible
to obtain with absolute accuracy
the draught of a vessel as she rode
in the water, but C. S. Hall, a ma
rine engineer of Barrow-on-Hum-ber,
has invented a device by which
the exact point to which a ship is
immersed may be decided upon by
a glance, and the instrument can
be fixed either in the chart room,
the cabin, or on deck, so that it can
be consulted at any time during
the . process of loading. When a
vessel is on her voyage the instru-
ment is in operation, and a glance
at the indicator will show whether
the vessel is lightening or increas-
ing her draught. There have been
cases in which a ship has sprung a
1p1t n r r? ?t Vina rnf. hppn Irnnwn in I
"
UV4 V If VaUV WWiiUuviMiv uumu
tity of water has found its way into
the hold. By Mr. Hall s invention
the master of a ship would be noti
fied of the fact at once, and he
could take steps accordingly. Not
only is the draught of a vessel cor
rectly indicated, but there .is spe
cial provision for registering any
list that may from any cause take
place either at sea or in harbor.
Mr. Hall claims for his invention
the following advantages :
1 It is impossible when water is
in motion to read the outside marks
of a ship correctly, especially in
dark and overcrowded docks, open
harbors, etc., without the aid of an
instrument of this class, which
may be placed in any room or con
venient part of the ship, trie in
strument thus obviating the above
difficulty.
2 The instrument can also be
used as a check upon the fraudu
lent practices, now much in vogue
in foreign ports, whilst taking in
bunker coal and other cargo. It
enables the stevedore to load a
ship on her best estimated sailing
lines, thus avoiding overloading
and its consequences.
6 By use of this instrument
any alteration in the trim of the
ship may be ascertained from any
of the following causes, such as the
consumption of coal, leakage of
ship, water or paraffin tanks, and
the filling of either tanks or boil
ers. 4 The list of the ship is given
in degrees, and, lastly, what she
settles down by the stern is seen
at a glance when under full way.
CLEAEANCE SALE !
COlOiENCINO
February 4th, for 3 Weeks
I will sell
my entire
sisting of
stock con-
JAPANESE
STIM??; t
Dress Goods, Sashes
Handkerchiefs, etc.
REGARDLESS OF COST !
YAM AUG HI,
320 Nuuanu street, next door to Geo.
Mclntyre's Grocery. 3909-lw
Election of Officers.
AT A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holdersof the Honolulu SoaD Manu
facturing Company held January 31st,
ne lollowmg officers were elected for the
ensuing year:
President F.
Vice-President
Treasurer f . J. M. McChesney
Auditor '. Geo. McLeod
3910-3t
Assignee's Notice.
qPHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
-L been appointed Assignee in Bank
ruptcy of the Estate of J. A. Affonso of
Honokaa, notice is hereby given to all
creditors to have their approved claims
presented at once to him at the office of
H. Hackfeld & Co. All persons owing
the above named Estate are requested to
make immediate payment to
C. BOSSE,
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of J. A.
Affonso of Honokaa. 3S93-tf 1623-3t
Notice.
VI R- SOU KEE OF KIPAHDLU,
i"A 31a ui. bavins? marl a an aaQ;
to me of all hisproceity for the benefit of
his creditors, all persons having claims
against the said b'ou Kee are hereby
requested to present the same within two
months from date to the undersigned,
and all persons owing to said Sou Kee
will please make immediate payment to
J. F. HACKFELD,
Assignee of Sou Kee.
Honolulu, Januarv 19th, 1S93.
3393 1622-3t
fMDIAN-iPSTRMN
Steamship Line.
Steamers of the above line, running
in connection with the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co., between V.ncoaver. B.
and Sydney. N. 8. w.. andcaHim?
Victoria B,
Suv Fiji,
C, Honolulu and
Are Due at Honolulu
Hr. M. fh. .a V1a .0f tnr
w u. - -
n , , n fnr Virfnm
r Jm m m 101 V1Cl(
ana vancouYer, b. t.:
8. 8. MIOWERA" March 4
S. S. "WARRIMOO" April 1
From Victoria and .VancouYer, B. C, for
Sava and Sydney:
8. S. " WARRBIOO" February 24
S. S. "MIOWERA" March 24
Through tickets issued from Honolulu
to Canada, TJaiteii States and Europe,
u j
fr ?ht and " a aU
fc "ijr
Theo.HVDaVieR & Hn . T.M
I CPWrD4T .iT?x-rn
OCEANIC
CO
Aastmlian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
" MARIPOSA."
OI the Oceanic 8teamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and
Auckland, on or about
aaaaaiHMKaiav mm m j
r Jdi5C U AJtC X 7 til,
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
a
ALAMEDA
99
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
' EEBEUARY 14th,
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared
to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ILL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
!T7or further particulars regadina
Freight or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
GENERAL AGENTS.
OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP CO
Time Table.
LOCAL LINE.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from 8. F. forS.F.
February 23. .February 26
March 18 March 20
April 8 April 13
THROUGH LINE.
From San Fran,
for Sydney.
Arrive Honolulu.
From Sydney for
San Francisco.
Leave Honolulu.
ALAMEDA Feb 14 I MARIPOSA Feb 7
MARIPOSA Mar 14 I ARAWA Mar 7
3314-3m
CIAS. BRITO& & CO8
Boston Line of Packets.
Shippers will please
notice that the
take
-rv3 AMERICAN BARK
JOHN D. BREWER
Leaves New York on or about MAY
15 for this port, if sufficient induce
ment offers.
X7"For '"her information, apply to
Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston,
Mass., or to
C. BREWER A CO. (L'D.),
Honolulu, Agents.
STEAMSHIP
National Cane Shredder
(PATKMED UNDER THE LAW
i"r. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. I
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager
oi tne niio bugar Company
gives the following wonderful
record of the working of the
O. RATIONAL PANT 1 TIT?l?n
t S2'ilul:?'J bUiltD-
DM, which was erected bv
their works at the commence
ment of the crop just har
vested: . I -rr.-m . w fiwuu. CiJC
mio sugar Company's mill ex
ceeaea an of s former
records bv closing thft w
ceeded any of its former
hours erindinErwith an ontnnf.
of 300 tons. This is fully 10
per cent, more than the best
work of former years.
"The three roller mill being
26 in. by 54 in. and the two
roller mill 30 in. by 60 in. The
first mill doing this amount of
work in an efficient niannp.r
and with great ease, compared
with work on whole cane,
owing to thorough preparation
of the cane by the National
Cane Shredder, recently erec
ted by the Company. And
by its use the extrac
tion has been increased from
3 per cent, to 5 per cent, on all
kinds of cane, and in some
cases SO per cent, has been
reached; the average being 75
to 7S per cent., according to
quality.
"I continue to find the
megass from shredded cane
better fuel than from whole
cane.
?The shredder has been
working day and night for
seven months and has given
me entire satisfaction, having
shredded during that time
about seventy thousand tons
of cane, and a large part of it
being hard ratoons.
"Tne snreaaer ana engine
require very little care or
attention "
, tSlPPlans and specifications
nf thPKA fthrPfiriAr mnv hft qapti
I w v-wawv a-a v W s j aw v WWa
at the office of
We G. Irwi i Co. L'i
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
3594-3m
National Iron Works
QUEEN STREET,
Between Alakea and Richard Streets.
HHHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE-
L cared to make all kinds of Iron.
Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Tin and Lead Cast-
I ings ; also a general repair shop for Steam
Engines. Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water
Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. ; Machines for
the Cleaning of Coffee, Castor- Oils,
Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leaves
and other Fibrous Plants and Paper
Stock; also Machines for Extracting
Starch from the Manioc, Arrow ioot,etc.
EJJ All orders promptly attended to.
Whlfa Pi'fmQTl Pn
' ' xxvix w vv,,
3882-jr'
The above is our
SAFETY MATCH.
special brand of
First-class in quality.
Controlled by ourselves only and at
prices to suit the times.
CASTLE & COOKE L'D.
3860-tf
WIRE
All Sizes.
Common and
VERY
LOW
PRICES !
WILDER & CO.
LIMITED.
3851 1606-3m
NAILS
fcliiiig!
Republic of Hawaii
Official List of Members and Loca
tion of Bureaus.
i
exscrnvfi council.
Sanford B. Dole, President.
Francis M. Hatch, Minister of
Affairs.
Forei
James A. Kinp, Minister of Interior
Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance
WiIham.O. Smith, Attcmej-GeaerX
advisory corwcrL.
Fdi!fh t JohD Eramelutn,
m. F.Allen. v r
tT'd o 3?endnca, John Nott,
L. 1. Smith. Tnhn
U?861"' Geo. P. Castle,
U B. Wood, Jas. JL. Kennedy.
WilliftTn v AU
Charles T. Rod gera. Chairman.
oecretarv.
Suprxhs Cockt.
Bon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice.
Hon. K. t Bicxerton. Firat Aut.
Justice.
!on. W. F. Frear, Second Aasociata
Justice..
Henry Smith, Chief Clerk.
Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk.
C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Clerk.
J. Walter Jones. Stenographer.
CiBcurr Judoks.
FirstCircuit: W. Wh.J Q
Third and Fourfh Circuit: (Hawaii) 8.
L. Austin.
Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy.
Offices and Court-room in Court House,
King street Sitting in Honolulu
The firat Monday in February, May.
August and November.
D.3 P ABTJtENT Of FoRJIGS FFAXS8.
Office in Capitol Building,
F. M. Hatch, Minister
Affairs.
King street,
of Foreign
Geo. C, Potter, Secretary.
.A.uart, Ulerk.
J. W. Girvin, becretay Chinese Bureao-
Dkpabtilent OP THB iNTKaiOB.
Office in Capitol Building, King
street.
y'S; Minister of the Interior.
Chief Clerk, John A. Hassinger.
Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K.
Keobokalole, Stephen Mahaulu.
George O. Roes, Edward S. Boyd.
BUBKAU OF AQRICC7LTUR2 AND FOESSTRT,
President : the Minister of Interior. Wm.
G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John
.na. Joseph Marsden, Commis
sioner and Secretary. .
Cm&rs or Bubraus, Ijtteriob
aOCNT.
DxPART
Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexander.
Supt. Public Works. W. E- Rowll
Rnnf;. VJaiar Wn.lr., A t
r ' 11 vim. ouuiow JfUWQi
Inspector, Electric Lights, John Cassidv.
.Registrar oi conveyances, T. G. Thrum;
-K-oaa oupervisor, Honolulu, W. H. Cum
min gs.
Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas. H.HunC
Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter.
Department of Finance.
Office, Capitol Building, King
street.
Minister of Finance. 8. M. Damnn
Auaitor-ueneral, H. Laws.
Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Ashley.
I Clerk to Finance' Office, E. A. Mclnerny
vuievLur-uruerai oi customs, Jas. 5.
Castle. '
Tax Assessor, Oahu. Jona. Shaw.
Deputy Tax Assessor, W. O. Weedon.
Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat.
CrsToats Bureau.
Office, Custom House. Esplanade, Fori..
street. ..
uto5:G.enera1' Jai-?
xputy-v;uector, jt.-js. McBtocker.
Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller.
Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders.
Storekeeper, George O. Stratemeyer.
Department of Attorney-General... r
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. N. B. Emerson.
Board of Immigration.
President, J. A. King.
Members of the Board of Immigration :
J. 15. Atnerton, Josepn Marsden, J.
A. Kennedy James G. Spencer,
J. Carden.
Secretary, Wray Taylor.
Board or Health.
Office in grounds of Court House Build-
ing, corner of MHilam and Queen
streets.
Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B.
Emerson, J.T.Waterhouse, 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 ber-
vi ce Li. Li. La Pierre.
Inspector G. W. C. Jones.
Port Physician, Dr. jr. a. Jay.
Dispensary, Dr. H. W. Howard.
Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K. Oliver.
Board or Education.
Court House Building, King street.
President, W. R. Castle.
Secretary. F. J. Scott. ;
Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson. v
District Court.
Police Station Building, Merchant street -A.
Peri y, Magistrate.
Jamas '1 hompcon. Clerk
Board op Fire Commissioned
Andrew Brown, President; Geo. vv
Smith,
James H. Hunt, Chief .Engineer:
Tohn Effinger, Clerk.
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