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ViH BL. mow avD irrsH june i. i- TBAlKi to nrx vnx B B 1:45 2:30 2:57 A r.x. 4 -S3 5:10 5.38 D r.au 5:10 5:56 6:22 Lea re Honolulu... 8:45 Leare Pearl City.. 9 .30 AnireEwi Mill... 9:57 TO H00LCLr. C B B A A.M. a.m. rjc. roc. Luro Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42 Learn Pearl City..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10 Arrire Honolola .7:30 11:55 4 5 6:45 Saturdays only. B Daily. O Bona excepted. D Saturday excepted The Pacific Commercial Adrefe Xul Bvmrf Morning, Except Sunday by th Hawaiian Gazette Cohpany At Ho. 318 stareaubat Strict. 8UB8CBIFTI03r BATES: Th Daxlt Pacttc Coxxxxctal A&txx tiaxx (8 Fxoxa Per month - Jj Per 3 months if paid in adrance. . 2 00 Per year in adrance 8 CO Per year, postpaid to United States of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00 Per 1 year, postpaid other Foreign 14 00 Hawaiian . Gaxxttx, Sxjc-Wxxxxt (8 FAX1S TCXSDATS AJTD FbXDATB) Per year 104 numbers..-. $5 CO Per year, Foreign Coan tries 6 00 Fajfcl Ta variably ia AJti. GEO. H. PARIS, Business Manaeer. WEDNESDAY, FEBBUAEY 20. 1S35. TUB ADTXKTTIZB CALCCDA K. Fsbroarj, 1895. I If. i To. W. Fr. 1 8 xoox'a raaaaa. Feb.. T T? o fall Uoou Feb. 9. 19 "it 94 U ! W f 13 i II IS It LatQar Fb. IS. la 33 i n rx W VOOB Feb. 24. fOKKIOir HAIX. SEKVICX, 8teamah!p8 will teare for and arrire from Kan Francisco, VancooTer andSjdney n thm following dates, till me cJom of LS&5. AT HOSOLCXU Lxarc Hoxounx Fob 8 ix Fxasclco ox VAXCOrTXX OmorAU Acstralia....Feb3 Miowera Mar. 4 rw. Sax Fxaxcxaco oa VAXcocrxx ' On 0r AVmU Warrimoo. . .Feb. 24 llaripcna Mar. 14 Anstralia...Mar. 13 rawa Ji ar, Miowera Mar. 24 I Pern March 9 China April 21 NVarrinjoo...-Apr. 1 Amtralia. Apr. I Australia... Mar. 3 Arawa Apr. 11 I Alameda Apr. 4 Warrimoo.. .Apr. 24 i Australia.... Apr. 13 Coptic April 20 Australia.. . May 3 Alameda May 9 Miowera ... May 24 Australia . M ay 27 City Pekiog. Jane 1 Manpo&a J cne 6 Australia-. . . J one 21 Warrimoo .. J co e 24 Arawa July 4 Australia.... July 15 Miowera July 24 Coptic July 10 Alameda Aug. 1 Australia... Au. 9 City Pekin Aug. 10 Warrimoo . . Aug. 24 Mariposa. . ..Aug. 23 Australia. . ..Sept. 2 Coptic Sept. 19 Miowera Sept. 24 Arawa Sept. 26 Australia ..Sept. 3 Australia OcU 21 Gaelic Ac riir Miowera. May 2 Marrposa May 2 Australia Maj China Mar arawa May 5) Warrimoo ) u&e I Australia... June Z Australia.. .June 24 Rio J aneiro. J une 17 Alameda June 27 Miowera. July 2 City Peking-July 17 Australia.... J uy 20 Mariposa July 23 Warrimoo... -An. 1 BeJgic; Aug. 9 Australia... Acc. 14 Arawa Aug. 22 Miowera Aug. 31 Bio J aneiro.. Sept. 6 Australia Sept. 7 Alameda Sept. 19 Warrimoo.. ..Oct. 2 Australia Oct. 2 China Oct. 6 Mariposa Oct. 17 Miowera Not. 1 Warrimoo Alameda. . China Australia Miowera . . ..Oct. 24 ...Oct. 24 . Oct. 29 ..Not. 15 Not. 24 24 I Cod 25 I Wa Coptic -Not. 6 Coptic .Nor, rrimoo Dec. 2 Warriiaoo...Dec. 24 J City Peking.. Dec. CSry Fekic?Dtc.2S I 1896. 6 I Miowera Jan-Jl tum. Sam and jioo. 1 c 3 i -ra fwa. r. r . it. afac .t i. c 0. n i.:j 1. ja i.t .2S .TT .TT f . . X. . 1 . 2. sr Tbnr.. FrtJ... RaL.... Saa... i S I r.ar ir t i.li 3. A 8. IT, .M . I a.m. p.m. S.1i; 3.910.1 t.tt t.23 in a.si a. 7 u.9 s.i . S Nw mob on rb. Sttb, at b. Id ea. a. ta. altorolwBleal !: rxt. wovAaaMr war 3 Cm a B 4 I i ' I 1 1 1 3 4 I U H il 4 ii a a I iO.U S4-wl I 1 ' V 1 -1.-1 11 Tfc a .nM. tft- 15130. VI t Mi ? Un, hnt bol for HiitaJ. ,ah llAWAIU ilii.TXU Cw-iiii.NX- uiriDiJttcturo ruhbor btaiupa if p (Itrscripiiona. OiHC SJ 3 ! 1 tf -iA'l i 1 M VA .Lb TT ci ;v .tx:l ts SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VESSELS I fOKT. 3tZ3 Or "WA. L'sK; fLiiaielphia. Cotton, .t Y. MIx-CHA3TJE5. (Tr.i 11: Soe not laddie coter.; .Schr Norma, h wen son. Claxton, B C. Bk Velocity. Martin, Hon?koog. Ara cb Lyman D Foster JreyeT.Newc"stIe Am tic Sonoma. Anderson. Newcastle. Am Bch Kott fcearlrs. Fiitx, Newcastle. Bark fcamatra. Berrr. Hilo. bch Alice Cooke. Penhaliow. Pt TowaeTid. Arn ship KenUworth, Baker, can Francisco. Br Albert, GriSths, fcan Francisco. Bktne Planter. Dow. Ban Francico. bchr Wn Bcnrden, Fjerem. Newcastle. Bklne ilarr Winkelnjan, Nusen. Newc'le. fcchr H C Wriznt. Brummer. Dep'ture Bay bchr O M Keilcg. Irerson. Grays Harbor bch Kk:g Crras, Christiansen. Newcastle. Ilk Cerloti. Calbocn. Saa trancw.o. Bktne'L'ncle John. Peck, Eareka. Ship H F Glade, Hercksen. LiTerpool . Schr Aneta. Scarf. Victoria, B C. Am schr Golden Shore, Henderson. Ne'c'Je Bktne Archer, Calhoun. anaimo. B C. fctmr Acstralia, Iioadiette, San Francisco. Schr Oceania Vance. Anderson, Newcastle. Ex Eobert Sodden, Biriholm, Newcastle. 040SS Oceanic, Smith, San Francisco. rOBKIOS TK1SXU f Yeaae. Where frora. Tree. Ilk Newsboy Newcastle Due bch Maid of OriearjsJS F Dae CASS Warrimoo. . VancouTer Feb 2 Bark Harry 21ore ..Newcastle. ..Feb 23 tc tJ Lf Bryant. . BkSC Allen SF Sen Transit 8 F... . CASS Miowera Colonies. ..Feb 28 .Feb 2; .Mar 2 .Mar 4 AKBITALS. TrxaDAT. Feb. 10. Oceanic. Smith, from San O & O 8 Francisco. Bktce Bobert Sudden. Newcastle. Schr Oceania Vance. Newcastle. Birkho'm. from Ander-on, from prPARTCKES. Trt?DAT. Feb. Uf. fctmr Kinaa. Clarke, for Maui and Ha waii. btmr Clandine. Cameron, for Man: and Hawaii. 8tmr 31ikabaia. Hazlucd. for Kauai and Niihan. Scror Ke An Hoa. Thompson mania. for liana TOO A V. for San Fran- Bk tonomat Anderson. cuco- O & O 8 S Oceanic, Smith, for Lama ad Hocgkon. Yoko- p.aahftixuEK. AXXITAL. , From Saa Francisco, per O Jfc OSS Oce anic, Feb 1 Mrs Cap t Cotton. Major M A Higiey. Mrs Higiey For Yoxahama: I ho Nemoto. Sir Tattan Sykea. Alfred E Raymond. R B Cholmondeley, Henry Si monds. Mr Fried. Mrs Fried and child, Rer Eugene Bell. Mrs Bell. P.G Robert. Mrs E S Dundy, Mis Dandr. E S Dandy ir. Mrs Dundy. DrSW BdsheO. A II Little. Mr Hardenbrook. Miss Elsie Wetherell, H Binley, B Kabayash!. For Hongkong: E Stanley Gibbon. Mrs Gibbons, B C Leigh. Mrs Leigh. Wm C How, Fung Nam Pak. Rev Alfred IlifT. DZTAXTrXXS. For Maui and Hawaii, r-er strar Ivinan. Feb 19 For the Volcano: Count Platen. E Kaae. B E Denbigh, Dr Partena. Mr and Mrs Sarnmer. W G Gibson and Alex Gib son. Way Porta: A T Atkinson. C J Uedimann. wife and child. Mr and Mrs Ahns. Z children and serTant, Jin J L Richardson. G H Williams. TJ Higgins and wife. H W Knight. Mr Lyman. J 8 Canario. Mrs Hoopii and Mrs Carter and 2 children. For Kauai and Niihaa, per stmr Mika hala. Feb 19 W J Green and wife. A 31 Stroul, J M Serinho, Mrs Scott. P H Uremic and S W Smith. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Feb. 19. 10 pji. Weather, clear; wind, light, north. There are six Te& els in naral besides the Philadelphia. row Through passengers from the Oceanic spent the time yesterday afternoon seeing the city. The Sonoma will sail as noon tcdsy for San Frarcicc, vrizh. a cargo of 2102 bags of sugar. The Alice Cooke hauled fcs frcca naral row yesterday cooa, fcr the purpose of loading sugar. She at Wilder's wharf. At present there are twenty-ix ressels in port. It keeps Harbor Master Fuller busy finding mooring places for late arrirals. . News was brought by the barken tine Kobert Sudden yesterday morn ing that the barks Harry Morse and Newsboy left Newcastle respectirely. on the 22d zzd '21th of Dumber i last for this pert, The 0. 2c O. S. S. Oanic. W. M. ocuui, &ZTZZT.ZiZjrrr zzTTrea Tesier- day from Sas Francisco. She brought three rAsscgers and fire bags of mail for this port. Purser ; Tutt!e reports a pleasant trip down. I The bar ken tine Robert Sudden, ar- t rired yesterday morning from New- castle. N. S. W . KeoorL. strocsr SV i r - - winds on leannsr port until reachinsj the north end of New Zealand: from thence to port southerly wiuds. She brought about 1000 tons of coal. The schooner Ooenuia VaceeL Anderson master, arrived yesterday morning, fittymna days from New- ! castle. leport, heail vtiuds and calms until twenty eight days thi port; iroui tnenoe stroug easterl vriuds. hue lirinirs IhO tons of I he )li.uuteraViaet whih returned a fdv ily MbM in diatres, i hnviuif laoju bad hiok, bas ihe Oall- She blurtiM lot a ciuue aiuoug the riuu bea laUiuU aud had oouaidrUe iliiuauliy iu genius away. Theu bhe irauie Uk a eoaide vf days after wiiOtf. with hr rudder dibbled ktr T ? k aw -v a American ship noik. .Wr: " Jftf iron work, Atuerioau ival nd Ataeri i 71' 7J T T." v OWM eu opiuiou. U)wn luarilitue man- fK4 tte wt helS aw The nautitie,, a,veptexl msv S ; M TW or the .mall, but iha Ja kvi li ! 3'iw luWvMi iU ,w -Larwe a-tream. (u m liitlJ tJxuuZL vlww ' kU-t. flow.,,Ui. , has Ukn to deserting her. Last night the second mate acd two sail ors sneaked ashore in the tchooner's boat and neither they nor the boat hare been seen ticce. Another big sailing Tesel ia lod irg at Baltimore for this port. The ehip ia the Persian Monarch, which was o&til recently the big trans atlantic foar-ma&ted screw steamer of the eame came which ran between Xew York and London for years, eays the Examiner. She was con rerted into a sailing ship at Newport News, and she is now taking on her first cargo of orer 5,000 tons of coal for San Francisco. The r esse La masts are jnst one foot short of the height of the column of the Wash ington Monument. aDd she will spread when vnder ordinary sail about 10,000 feet of catras. LAND TITLES IN SAMOA. Corer 200,000 More Acres Than the Entire Area of Those Islands. Was HL5GTOX, Feb. C. The Samoan Land Court appointed nnder the prorisions of the treaty" of Berlin by the three signatory power?, to settle the complex questions affecting the titles to lands in Samoa, completed its work December 31, and W. L. Chambers, the United States Com missioner, has retamed to this coun try and submitted his indiridual re port to the Secretary of State. The work of the commission was of the moat difficult nature, for there were titles in existence to land that in the aggregate amounted to 200,000 more acres than the whole area of the Samoan Islands. Some of theae were natire titles, some were held by German traders, some by English men, and a good many by Americans. The general policy of the commis sion was to faror the natures wbererer possible. The detailed statement of the results of the work of the com mission are at present in Samoa, so it cannot be known here whether it is true, as reported in the German newspapers, that the result was to giro to the Germans nearly all of the lands on the islands. This is doubted, howerer, in riew of the fact that each country had an equal representation. WOMAN WILL VOTE. jMrs. Nichols Pleased Orer the Victory in South Australia. Chicago, Jan. 30. Word ha3 just been receired from the President of the V. C. T. U., Mrs. Nichols, of Prospect, Adelaide, South Australia, to at the adult suffrage has been carried, gixing women the right to on the same terms as men, and with no barrier to a seat in Pailiament. The bill now only awaits the Queen's consent. Mrs. Nichols: "It is a grand rictory for a hard and well-fought battle of seren years, in which the Women's Christian Temperance Union has done its fair share of the fighting.'' The bill was carried by a majority of 17, being three Totes to spare ahore the constitutional major ity neeaeo. . Triumph of the Battleship. An interesting and sugestire inci dent in the battle of Wei Hai Wai was the duel between the Chinese battleship Ting Yuen and one cf the forts which bad been captured by the Japanese. The Chinese warship steamed right under the guns of the fort and silenced them after . an hour's bombardment. It has been frequently shown that modern warships can run the gauntlet cf land forts without extraordinary risk. Admiral Mello ran in and out cf the barter of RioJ aneiro during the BrarfTfan naral rerclt almost at will. Thai it Ting Yuen was able to lire cnir the direcs fire cf a hearily amd fortrees, and eren to gain a sictcry. wa a surprising exemplifica tion cf the adrantage which- the ability to maneurer and to choose the meet farcrable position for at tack giTes to an armor clad ship orer immoTable shore batteries. If noth ing can compete sucvessf ally with a battleship except another ship of equal power, then the main reliance for coast defense most be on a well equipped navy, and harbor ferts will become of secondarr irr?rrinp The. fntur seems to belong to the Datuesnip ivm lor o2ecsiv ad de fensive operations Xutivt lixitrca fasted Sypnit. N. S. FeK 1 A dU ivitch from Perth, West Australia, says tbit seren n har been arreet txt m Coolardie fox mssjtcrirj; a astir tribe, including wviui: and children. The mes had e out Sld seeking ard xtvw enuuvd near the vdlae of the Uitv whkh they are wasevl of xteruuauui:. Thr sy LhA3 they acted iu seir. drc a, sstiri uieuvsl their litetSw r.-a:d that the Hawaiian The iVuiv JCfcVulJvU Atw ivueaudeul iu Hhuhai VUam h vvvd he Ita ewujia whom tehe tvA Jaau Ivi uuie btvk iuauediat. S-r TUe U Vv AH v liA.tlik i iimd ou ruanUvi, md k-uUv Steamship Line. Samers of the abore line, running in connection with th P.. t., - Kailwat Co., between Vaneourer, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W.t and calling at Victoria B. C. Hocolnln and Sura Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, rix: From Sydney and Sura, for Yfctcria and YanccnTcr, B. C: S. S. "inOWTRA" March 4 S. B. "WAERIMOO" ....April 1 Frta Yfetcriaand Yanccnrcr, B. CM fcr Saia and Sydney: 8. S. "WARRIMOO". S. S. "MIOWERA".. . . . . . February 24 March 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, tLaited States and Europe, iJ- f ror Freight and Passage and all general informalion apply to Theo.H JJavies & Co., L'd. GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO AnstraKan Mail Service. For Sail Francisco: The New and Fine Al Steel SteArcjthip " ARAWA." Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will Aucxiana, on cr aooax MARCH 7th, And will leaTe for the abore nart with Hails and Paaaengera on or about that aaxa. For Sydney & Auckland The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "MARIPORA 39 Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be dua at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about MAECH 14th, And will hare prompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the abore porta. The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL FOISTS ES THE UNITED STATES. EL" l or further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. S. S. -XTSTE A TiT A Arrire Honola'u Lea re Honolulu fromSLF. forS.F. Febrnaryl ..Febraarr 23 Marvh IS March 20 April 5 .April IS THROUGH LINE. From San Fran, for Sydiwy. w From Sydney for f Saa Francisco. ! Arrlr llonolulu. Leare HoaohUn. MAKUVAMarUl ARAWA Mar 7 ARAWA Avril 11 I ALAMEDA Apr 4 l'.tn Kino of Packets. Shi;r will plea ui : JOBS D, BREWER ituksv Nw ik iu or aSxit M-VY (PATEMtb rXDKK THE LAW "r VHK HAWAILiS XsI-?Jn ( w w Sm. A j n;vo: ai,Q rn ; - " uuucuu' record of the working of th NATIONAL CANE SHRED DER, which was erected by their work3 .at the commence ment of the crop jest har vested: "Daring the past week the Hilo Sugar Company's mill ex ceeded any of its former records by" closing the 125 hours grinding with an output 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 manner! and with great ease, compared witn 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; tne 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 timp about seventy thousand tons or cane, and a large part of it beinz hard ratoons. he shredder and engine r - require very nttie care or t offpnHnr ri Plans and specifications of these shredders may be seen at the office of We G. Irwin & Co. tt SOLS AGE5TS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 3o94-3rn Wort qtjeein: street. Eetwen llixes izl Eiehiri Sin its. THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE pared to males all kinds of Iron, Brass, Bronze, 7 inc. Tin and lead Cast 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 Leares and other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock; also Machines for Extracting Starch from the Manioc, Arrow Koottc lJA11 orders promptly attended to. White, Bitman & Co, 3SS2-T The abore is oar special SAFETY MATCH. First-class in q reality. brand of CcntroUed by ocTselres prices to sit the times. , t i CASTLE & COOKE L'D. SS60tf NAILS. All Sizes. i Gomfflon mm Iff I WUIU. I t I l?lvlCiaI j t VVf! VERY LOW AY Natioaal In and 1LDEB i2l List c Henbr3 and Ux Sacford B. Pole, Pres-v?nt Francis M. Halch, Minister of For- ASAlrs. James A. KinMiclsr of Interior Saa.nel 21. Dasioc, Mini5ter of Finales. William O. Snuih, Attcmey-Gereral. atti02t corscri.. C. Eolte, Edward D. Ter ce-, Wra. F. Allen. " Jo. P. Mendonca, D. B. Smith. F.A. Hoemer, C. B. Wood, John Ymzz'cih, James F. Morgan, Alex. Young, John Nott, Joan Kca. Geo. P. Castle, Jas. A. Kenned t. rv t. , William F. AUen, ChrleTRodr. Chairman Secret att. Scraajta Cocarr. on. A. F. Jcdd. Chi-f t-,-. Uon. W. F. Justice. Frwar. Second AssociaU Henry Smith, CI tie f Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Depcry CW C.F Peterson, Second Depot j Vlr J. Waiter Jcces. Stenographer Crxccrr Jcnoca First Clrcnit: UZ' - Jitia, o . . u- E- Cooper. If' Oaha. T-1 " ai) J. W. Kklna wu avaaxourir. Uum:t: !. Austin. ( Hawaii J S. Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy. OSces and Court-room in Court House, Sine street. itt; d ' The first Monday in February. Mar. Iil AETSCE2TT OS" FOSJUQS rrAxas. OSce in Capitol Building, King street. mm . T ft-f av III a. . . m v tinnier oi roreizn Affairs fe Geo. C. Potter, Secretary. J W- lirrin ecretay Chinese Barman a. M M. Mackintosh. DaPAKTKKsrr or tha Iirrxsioa. OSce in Capitol Building, King street. J- A. King, Minister of the Intrir Uluef Clerk, John A. H&ssinzer. AsaistAnt Clerks: James H. Rrrrrf it rr Keohokalole, Stephen Mahaula" George C. Ross, Edward S. Boyd! Bureau or AoRicrLrraa ajtd Fozistct. President : the Minister of Interior. Wm. t. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John lna. Joseph Marsden, Commis sioner and Secretarr. Cmm cr Braxars, Lrmaoa Dxtaxt- K23T. Sarreyor-Gencrai, W. D. AJcxandr. Supt. Public TTorks, W. E. Bowl. BapU Water Works, Andrew Brown. Lpspector, Electric lights, John Cas&lr. Begis&arof Conreyances, T.G.Thram. Road Superrisor, Honololu, W. H.Cum mmgs. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., J&s. H. Hnnt. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Da7AjrrxEST or Fxxaarcx. OfSce, Capitol BuDdinjr, King street. Minister of Finance, 8. M. Damon. AuditorGeneral, H. Laws. Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Aaaley. Clerk to Finance OfSce, E. R. Stackable. Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B. Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. uepury lax Assessor, W. C. Weedon. Poetmaster-General. J. Mort Oat . Crsroxs BraxAU. OSce, Custom House. Esplanade, Fort street. Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. Deputy-Collector, F. B. McStocker. Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller. Poit Snrreyor, M. N. Sanders. Storekeeper, George C. Straiemeyer. DXTASTICEST OT AtTO EXKT-G ECTEAi. OSce in Capitol Baildin. in Capitol Building, street. Attorney-General, W. O. Smith Deputy Attorney-General, A, G. M. iiooertson. Clerk, J. M. Ke. Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock. Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow. Deputy 3 Marshal, Arthur M. Brown. Jailor Oanu Prison, J. A. Low. Prison Physician, Dr. N. B. Emerson. Boasj cr hocGnxTias. President. A. King. Members of the Board of Immigration . J. B. A the rt on, Joeeph Marsden, J. A. Kennedy James G. Spencer J. f!ardi. Secretary, Wray Taylor. TfcfAT 0 Tfvmfrrr OfEce in grounds of Court Hoose Bnffd. ' ing, corner of Mil Hani and Queen t streets. i Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T.Waterhouae, Jr., John Fr.a., Theo. F. Lansing and Attcroey General Smith. I Frwdent Hen. W. O. Smith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. ExwatiTe Officer C. B. Reynotds. I Inspector and Manager of Garbage Ser rice I. L. La Pisrre. Port Physician, Dr. F. R. Day. Twnm TV TT W Honrd. Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K. Olirer. BoAsn or EnrcAncs. Coort House BuSding, King street. Presideat,W. R. Castle. Secrery, F. J. Scott. Inspector oi Schools, A. T. Atkinson. pdie Station Building, Merchant strset A. Fv?r?y, Magfstrate. Boasx cr Fisx Ccaocsszoxsas Aadrew Brown, Presiient; Geo. T?,. f bmith. Jdk2iea H. Host, Chkf Er$fxer. OH: yy