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14 V I ' - .J FROM i fj7fil j TKAIKM TO BWA WU B B A A.M. r.M. T.M. Leave Honolulu... 8:45 1:45 4:35 Save Pearl City..9:30 2:30 5:10 Arrive Ewr Mill... 9 7 2:57 5:36 TO HONOLULU. C B B A.M. A,M. P.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 Leave Pearl City..6:55 11:16 4:15 Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:56 45 A, Saturdays only. B Daily. O Sandavp excepted. D Saturdays excepts. D r.x. 6:10 6:58 6:22 A P.M. 5:42 6:10 6:45 The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Iaud livery Morning. Excpt Sunday, by th Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 318 Mrebnt Street. 8CB9CBIPTIOK BATES: Th Daily Pacific Commercial Ahver- TI8ER (8 PAOKB Per month .. - n J Per 3 months if paid in advance. . - w Per year in advance 800 Per year, postpaid to United States of America, Canada, or Mexico.. 11 00 Per 1 year, postpaid other Foreign 14 00 LvwATXA2t Gazette, 8ej-Wexexy (8 PAGES TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS) Per year 104 numbers to 00 Per year. Foreign Countries ihj Payable Inrlbly In- AdTne. Advertisements unaccompanied by specific instructions inserted till ordered Advertisements discontinued before expiration of epmGed period will be charged a if continued for fnlUerm. Liberal allowance on yearly and bail yearly contracts. . Where cut are in?et ted they mnet be ALL METAL not mounted on wood otherwise we assume no risk of their pre servation. GEO. II. PARIS, Business Manatrer. FRIDAY. MAKCH X, 1895. THE ADVKKTISKi: CALK.MMK. March, lUlif BO. M. Tu. W. th. jrr. Sa. I j T "T B 6 7 8 8 "l0 "iT 17 13 14 15 18 "lT "lS 19 20 21 22 23 TT 17 M F 28 29 an 31 hook's pbabzs. Flwt Qa'r March 4. tall MOOD March 10. March 1. New Sioon March '2-5. -.KMJN MAIL. 8KKVHK. o;t-iu:i:p will leave for unci am ?iiu .n Frai.cio, Vancouver aud Sjdiify u the following dstea. till jih cl.e oi l"o m Ar.. IT rlOSOLCLU m.San Frajciaco ob Vancouver fn or Al"t Mariposa. . ..ilar. 14 Australia... Mar. 18 Miowera.. . .Mar. 24 China April 2 Australia. ..Apr. x Arawa Apr. H Lcatx Homixi.tj Fob 8ah FbascioCO ob Vakcouvcu Oh or About Miowera Mar. t awa Mar. 7 Peru March 9 Warrimoo.... Apr. 1 Australia... Mar. 20 Alameda Apr. 4 Warrimoo. ..Apr. 21 Australia Apr. IS j Gaelic .. . . Ai-ril 1' ; Miowera May 2 i ManpotH Muy 2 j Aiictrnlix MftV H Coptic . .' . Australia. Alameda Miowera . Australia. .April 31 . May 3 I ..May 9 . May 21 ..May 27 China May 20 Arawa May 30 Wnrriiiioo June 1 City Fekiiijr.. June 1 Mariposa 3une a Australia... June 21 Warrimoo. . June 24 Arawa. July 4 Australia July 15 Miowera July 24 Coptic July 10 Alameda Aug. 1 Australia... Au. 9 City Peking.. Aug. 10 Warrinioo. .Aug. 24 Mariposa. . ..Aug. 29 Australia. . ..Sept. 2 Coptic . . . .Sept. 19 Miowera Sept. 24 Arawa Sept. 2G Australia. .Sept. 30 Australia.... Oct. 21 "Warrimoo. ..Oct. 21 Alameda Oct. 24 China Oct. 29 Australia. . ..Nor. 15 Miowera Nov. 21 Coptic Nov. 28 Warrimoo... Dec. 24 City PekiDg..l)ec.23 Austraba... June 3 Australia . . . .J une 24 Bio Janeiro.June 17 Alameda June 27 Miowera July 2 City Peking..JuIy 17 Australia Ju y 20 Man pot a July 25 Warrimoo.... Aug. 1 Belgic. ....Aug. 9 Australia... Au?. 14 Arawa Aug. 22 M iowera . . . .Aug. 31 Bio J aneiro. .Sept. G Austraila... Sept. 7 Alameda ...Sept. 19 Warrimoo.. ..oct.2 Australia Oct. 2 China Oct. 6 Mariposa. .. .Oct. 17 Miowera .... Nov. 1 Coptic Nov. 6 Warrimoo.... Dec. 2 City Peking. .Dec. G 189G. Miowera Jan. 1 Meteorological Record. i it e oovtRtfMEXT srarET. KTEHT KOXDAT. HA ROM. THKKXO o Cm Sod Mod Tu Wed Thu Frl Sat. 17 30.1810 07 C6 .00 70 s SB M If 5NE HI HE 18 30 18 30 OS 61 T7 .00 .00 62 5 8 ifl i ism ru 20j3O.lt 30. tj 63 6T 67 771 73 72 74 77 C2 7.) .13 .02 .to 10 10 4 4 i JU.lw SU.Ub 22!3j.l2 S0.06 23' 30. 10 30.02 66 74 68! 61 2 Barometer corrected for temperature .and ele vation, but not for UUtnde. Tide. Sun r ad Moon. Day. 9a c a on n a S3 o o a E H p.m. ia. m p.m. 'J 4. 4 i 10.46 10.14 6 24 6 6.2J, 6. 6. 6. 6. 7.11 8. 1 8 62 9.40 0.42 11 4 1 tue ... Wed.... rtnr.. Km... at..... "HQ... 2t 4.f7 6.15 11. 8 11. 0 27 8. 8, 6.AS11.27. 11.43 p.m. a m. I p.m. a.m. 28, 6 43 5 34 12. P 6.21 1 7 4t 6. 7 12.82 0.43 l 8.60 6.391 I 10 2 6 3 10. 6 7 23 1 63 6.21 6. 6 20 6 6 10 C. I Ntw moonon Feb.2Ub,at6 h. 12 m. a. m. Oft 3 B B TIPPING INTELLIGENCE. VKsKLt IN l'Of.T. MES OF .W.. t; y 6 n.iladelpbia. Cotton. - I '. MEECHANTMES. (ThJ Hat doe cot Include coaaleit..; bi hr 'Surma, bwfnson. Claxton, B C. Hark buinalra. Drrv. Hilo. bcb Alice Cooke. Penhallow. Pt Towsend. Am ship Kenil worth. Baker, dan Francisco, lik Albert, OriilHbs, iian Francisco. Iiktne Planter. Dow. ban Francisco, fccbr Wni Howden. Fjerem. Newcastle. IJktne Mary Winkeliuan, Nissen. Newc'le. fcch King Cyras, Christiansen. Newcastle. Ilk Cevion. Calhoun. San b ranci-io. llktne'Uncle John, Peck. Eureka. Hhip H FOtad", HercWen. Liverpool. Schr Arieta. Scarf. Victoria, B C. Am schr Golden Shore, Henderson, Nt-Vle Btne Archer. Calhoun, Nanairuo. B C. Schr Oceania Vane. Andenon, Newcastle. Bk Robert Sadden, BirVbolna. Newcastle. Schr ilacot, Lawrence. Victoria, B. C. V.k Newstxv, Moliestad, Newcastle. rORKIQK VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessel. Where from. Due. Scb Maid of Orlcans.S F Due Bark Harry More... Newcastle Feb 25 Bk O D Bryant SF Feb 2G Bk 8 C Allen 8 F Feb 2H Scb Transit. . . 8 F Mar 2 CASS Miowera Colonies ..Mar 4 A It RIVALS. Thursday. Feb. 2. Bk Newsboy. Mollestad, from Newcastle. StmrKeAuHou, Thorn pson , from M aka we'.i. i Dr.PARTCRFS. Thursday, Feb. 2S. otiur Kaala. Brown, for circuit of Oabu. Stmr Ke An Hou, Thompson, for Maka web. Strnr Likelike, Wcisbarth. for Maui and XI si wflii Stmr Lehua, McGregor, for olawalu and Pepcekeo. Stmr W'aialeale. Smvtbe. for Lahaina. Kukuihaele and Honokaa. V.SSKI.S MJAVIISO TOIMV. fttmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maui anI Ha waii at 2 p ni. IMPOUT4. Per Ke Au Hon 4000 bugs surar. ARRIVALS. Friii Kauai, per stmr Ke Au Hou, Feb 25 Mrs 11 8 Ilobson, Miss Gay, Mr Robin son, Master Bobinson, and 2 on deck. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Feb. 2S 10 p.m. Weather, clear ; wind, fresh X. The brig V. G. Irwin ie at the Oceanic whaif. She will load sugar today. The Mary Wiukeluiaa and King Cyrus are waiting in naval row for further orders. The Kenihvorth is pretty well laden with sugar. She hauled out into naval row last evening. The Archer, Golden Shore and Oceania Vance are discharging coal. There are two vessels in Naval Row laden with coal. The Ke Au Hou arrkred yester day morning with a cargo of sugar for the Albert, and Wm. Bowden. She sailed again in the afternoon for her usual ports. Tho bark Harry Morse sailed from Newcastle three days before the departure of the Newsboy, which arrived yesterday. She is very likely experiencing the same weather as the Newsboy had. The steam launeh that has been in the vicinity of the Hawaiian boathouse for so long, has been taken ashore. The machinery will b taken out and used for other purposes, while the boat will be used as a sailboat. The schooner Heeia while com ing from Hawaii to this port, ex perienced some very rough weather. While near Matii the sheet of the flying-jib broke in a terrific blow and the sail was torn into shreds. The Heeia brought quite a consign ment of awa. The bark Newsboy, Mollestad master, arrived from Newcastle yesterday afternoon, sixty-seven days out. She brings about a thousand tons of coal. The captain and crew are a much-disgusted set on account of the very bad trip they finished yesterday. Constant equally and contrary weather with strong head winds was experienced along the whole trip. The News boy anchored in naval row Hear the King Cyrus. According to the Weser Zeitung, the great shipping merchant Laiez, of Hamburg, has ordered built the largest sailing ship of the world. The new vessel is to be a five masted, iron ship, with a tonnage of G150 tons ; length over the deck, 365 feet ; width, 50 feet, and depth of hold, 314 feet. What is said to be the figurehead of tho old English bark Lady Franklin, which was lost while rounding Cape Horn ten or fifteen years ago, was exhibited in front of a marine junk shop in Pratt street last week. It i stated that the figure drifted about the Atlantic for years, until covered by barna cles, when an Italian bark bound for Baltimore picked it up and brought it into port. The figure's history is obscure, but it is an ex ceptionally fine piece of work. It is a full-length figure, about seven feet high, of a woman in white robtt?. Iltr h-ad is crowned with a wreath. The woman is suppoeJ to bo Lady Franklin, wife of Sir John Franklin, lort in Arctic ex ploration. Iialtimore American. The collision between the ocean liner Arctic and another ship in 1852 was similar to that between the Elbe and the Crathie a few weeks since. The former disaster oc curred off the Banks of Newfound land, and to this day no knowledge exists as to the identity of the craft which collided with the Arc tic and sent her to the bottom. Ex.. FUN AT THE BOAT LANDING. Native Boatmen Cannot Navigate Siwash Canoes. The Siwash Indians on board the sealer Mascot have been taking in the town since the arrival of that vessel. They evidently enjoyed themselves yesterday, for when they left for the ship in the evening a number of them required consid erable assistance from their com rades before they could board their frail canoes. These have been a source of wonder to the native boat boys, who have been experi menting with them whenever the opportuity offers. There appears to be a knack in balancing one's self in them, for while a Siwash would jump from the wharf to a seat in the canoe with a single bound and take up a paddle uncon cernedly a native boy would go head over heels into the bottom of the boat and nearly upset it. One of these frail canoes which look as though a man and a boy would swamp them, brought ten men from the sealer to the wharf at one trip yesterday. o m W. C. T. U. ALCOHOL A'D CRIME. The proportion of crime traceable to this great vice intemperance must be set dowD, as heretofore, at cot less than fonr-fifths. Mass. State Board of Charities. 18G9. The victims of strong drink, how ever, come in hosts more numerous than all the rest together (of paupers and criminals), and with hopes blast ed, self respect gone, and the story of domestic sorrow and grief bearing upon the heart, point to the path of rain thnt is before them and ask for help. Report of Citizen's Associa tion of Charities of Fenn., 18CS. Drink is at the bottom of almost every crime committed in Dublin. Mr. Baron Dowse in a charge to a jury, 1881. I have been for a whole week try ing cases such as no Christian judge ought to have to try cases of out rage and violence in this city, every one of which originated in public houses. The drinking system of Dublin i9 responsible for three sentences of penal servitude and seven heavy sentences of imprison ment. I marked the evidence in every case and every one of them be gan in a public house. It is the drink system, and the drink alone that leads to all this misery and crime and sorrow. Hon. Frederick R. Falkinpr, Q. C, and Recorder of Dublin, 1881. Two-thirds of the crimes which come before the courts of law of this country are occasioned chiefly by in temperance. Lord Chief Baron Kelly of England. The relation of intemperance to crime is that of causa causans. There are other causes, such as hate, avarice, jealousy, lust and revenge; but tLese are narrower in their circles of evil; more easily repressed by individuals and society; more subject to moral influences and restraints; and are not sanctioned by law nor dealt out under statutory licenses. Judge Noah Davis. I am within the truth when I state that in four cases out of five, when an offense has been committed, in toxicating drink has been one of the causes. Late Inspector of English prisons. There can bo no doubt that of all the proximate sources of crime, the use of intoxicating liquors is the most prolific and the most deadly. Of other causes it may be said that they slay their thousands; of this it may be acknowledged that it slays its tens of thousands. Twentieth Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the Prison Association of New York. Released from Custody. A large number of prisoners who have been confined for alleged com plicity in the recent uprising were released yesterday. Their names are: A.Fernandez, Captain Ross, E. B. Thomas, Geo. Lycurgus, W. Mossman, Jesbie Kaae, H. West, F. J. Testa, J. Mitchel, J. R. Pender gast, Ed. Norrie, I. B. Grant, C. Dunwell, H. Defries. Swiss firms have a contract with the Japanese war oflice to supply a sufficient number of watches for one to be given to every soldier who has served in the campaign when the Mikado reviews his vic torious troops at the close of the war. The watches, which will take the pluce of war medals, are to cost $1.50 apiece. Ex. Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the Canadian rACiric Railway Co., between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. t. Vv, 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. ft: S. S. "MIOWFRA" March 4 8. 8. 'WARRIMOO" April 1 From Victoria and Yancoaier, B. ft, for Suva and Sydney: 8. S. "WARRIMOO" March 24 8. 8. "MIOWERA" March 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. JCFor Freight and Passage and all general information, apply to Theo.H.Davies & Co., Ld. GENERAL AGENT8. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco: The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship " ARAWA." Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be dne at Honolulu, from Sydney and Auckland, on or about MARCH 7th, 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 "MARIPOSA" Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco, on or about MARCH Mtli, And will have prompt despatch with Mails and Passengers for the above ports. The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL FOISTS IN THE UNITED STATES. tsJTFor further particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.f GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. S. S. AUSTRALIA Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu from 6. F. lor8.F. March 18 March 20 April 8 April 13 THROUGH LINE. From 8an Fran. From 8ydney for for Sydney. San Francisco. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. MARIPOSA Mar 14 I ARAWA Mar 7 ARAWA April 11 1 ALAMEDA Apr 4 3314-3m CH10. BKJ5WIK b. CO.'S ivoston Line of Packets. Shippers will pleaae take a tintina r n a r rra Z AMERICAN BA..R.IC 4!t--' JOHN D. BREWER Leaves New York on or about MAY 15 for this port, if sufficient induce- I ment offers. i EZTFot -t;er informat;cn, apply to Chas. Brewer A Co., 27 Kiibj St., Boston, Mass., or to VC. EP.EWER & CO. (L'D.), Honolulu, Agentr. NiitiOi!;iiii!i!!:Siiifci;i - t (J'at'mko idi:k mik i.h TUK HAWAIIAN !1.AM. j Mr. Jolm A. Scott, Mauager j of the liilo bugar Compauy gives the following wonderful record of the working of the NATIONAL CANE SHRED DER, whicli was erected by their works at. the commence ment of the crop just har vested: "During the past week the Hilo Sugar Company's mill ex ceeded any of its former records hy closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of 3003 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 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 78 per cent., according to quality. "I continue to find the megass from shredded cane better fuel than from whole cane. 4The shredder has been working dajr 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 pa'rt of it being hard ra toons. "The shredder and engine require very little care or attention." KPPlans and specifications of these shredders may be seen at the office of Wm. G. Irwin & Co. L'l SOLtf AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS QUEK3ST STEEET, Between Alikea and Eichard Streets. THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE pared to rjak all kinds of Iron, Brass, Bronze, 7inc, Tin and 1 ead Ca-t-ins also a genera! repair shop, for Steam Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water Whee!s, Wind Mills, etc. ; Machines for the Cleaning of Toffee, Castor Oils, Beans, Kamie, Sisal, Hneapple Leaves and other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock: also Machines for Extracting Starrh from the Manioc, Arrow Hoot,etc. JX7"A11 orders promptly attended to. White, Eitman & Co. 38S2-y HAWAMV n sr r- t v u v ir n li 1 , , The above is our special brand of 8AFETY MATCH. Fir8t-clas3 in quality. Controlled by ouirelves only and at prices to euit the times. CASTLE & COOKE L'D. OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY 1 8 what we want, but in order to ob tain it, we must give VALUE FOR VALUE and invite the attention of the PEO PLE (tourists especially! to make a thorough examination of our t-tock and prices, in Sterling Silverware Souvenir Spoon, Plated Ware, Watches and Diamonds, Native Jewelry, manufactaied in unique de signs and to order. Jacobsou & Pfeifier. t'OlCT STREET. Wenner & Co.'s Old Stand. 38-tf Rubber stamps at Gazette office. National Iron Works ii''l','blic "r Official List cf Members asd Lr,ca tlOH Of BuiUS. KXttTTIVh. COINOL Sar.tord li. I..ie, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister uf Acairs. James A. Kfnjr, Jliuister of Interior Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finacw William O. Smith, Attoroej-General. ' Ainoav cocscjl. gBoItf' John Jviniaeluth Ldwanll) Tenney. James F. Mor'n Jos. P. Mendonca. John Nott, D L. Smith. JohnEna, r.A. Hosmer, Geo. P Cast!. C.B.Wood, Jas A. Kennedy, v. T . William F. Allen, Charles T. Rodger. Chairman ecretarv. Supkkmk Cocrt. !.. A. F. Judd, Cief Justice. u. R. F. Bickerton, First As-ociAt JuMiee lion. W. F. rHr, Second Aftsociair Justice. Henry Smith. Chief Clerk. r Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk . ( : C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy C lr J. Waltor Jones. Stenographer" Oincun .Iudokh Fir8tCircuit: N' Whiting, I Q i. E. Cooper, f va.ia. Second Circuit : (Mani) J. W. Kalua. Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaiian. L. Austin. Fifth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy. Offices and Conrt-room m Court House, King etreet .Sitting in Honolulu- The first Monday ir, February, Mav, Augnnt and November. D P A.ETilH T OF FoiUilah VFJUK. Office in Capitol Bnildiajf, KinK street. u. uaicii. uunt-ter ol Foreien Affairs Geo. O. Potter, Secretary. J. W. iirvin, Secretay Chinese Bureau A. t. M. Mackbitot-h. DttPABTMKNT OP TO INTKKIOR - Office in Capitol Buildiug, Kii:U utreet. ' Minister of the Interior. Chief Clerk, John A. Hap8ii)er. Assistant Clerks : James U. Boyd, M. K Keohokalote, Stephen Mahaulu! , George C. Ro8f Edward 8. Boyd. BCBKAC OF AaiUCCLTDJW AND FoBESTBY, President : the Minister of Interior. Wm. G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John Ena. Joseph Marsden, Commis sioner and Secretary. "A Chikfs o? Burkaus, Interiob Djjpakt- ?1 KBirr. Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexjmder. 8apt. Public Works, W.E.Rowell. -Bupt. Water Works, Andrew Brown. Inspector, Electric Lights, John Cassidv. Registrar of Conveyances. T. d. Th mm j Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H. Cum mings. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas H. Herat. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Depabtmbot or Fiicamcb. Office, Capitol Building, King street. Minister of Finance, 8. M. Damon . Auditor-General, H. Laws. Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Ashley. Clerk to Finance Office, E. R. Stacfeable. Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B. Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. Deputy Tax Assessor, W. C. Weedon. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat . Citstoms Bukbad. Office, Custom House. Esplanade, Fort Str6ou Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. Deputy-Collector, F. B. McStocker. Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller. Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders. Storekeeper, George C. Stratemeyer. Dbtabtment ot Attorhby-Gbnebajl, Office in Capitol Building, King street . Attorney-General, W. O. Smith. Deputy Attorney-Genei;l, A. G. M. Robertson. Clerk, J. M. Kea. Marshal. K. G. Hitchcock. Clerk to Marshal, H. M. i'uw Deputy 3'jtrshal, Arthur M. Jiruwn. Jailor Oanu Prison, J. A. Low. Prison Physician, Dr. N. B. Emerson. BoAiiD 07 Immigration. President,J. A. King. Members of the Board of Immigration. J. B. Atherton, Joseph Marsden, J. A. Kennedy James G. Spencer, J. Carden. Secretary, Wray Taylor. Board or Hsalth. Office In grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queen streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T.Waterhouee, Jr., John Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney General Smith, President Hon. W. O. 8mith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds. Inspector and Manaser 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 Educatioh. 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, Masistrate. James Thompson, Clerk Board of Fire Commissioners Andrew Brown, (President; GeojW- Smith, . James H. Hunt, Cbief Engineer. --1 I i. 3 3 f ' I 5 i i M H 1 1 I ! r- f J i !