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SiilPHNG INTELLIGENCE. from .ta vrir. junk l. iw&. T Jar TUAINO TO SWA XCX B B A D a.m. rj. r.v. f.k. Leave Honolulu... 8:45 1:45 4:35 5:10 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 5:10 6:56 ArrirE Mill. ..9:57 2:57 5:30 :22 O B B A A.M. A.M. P.M. Leave Ewi Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42 Lmto Pearl Oitj..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10 Arrive Uoadiilu..7:S0 U'-oft 6:45 Saturdaya only. B Dill v. O BaarUv excepted. P "ttWiyi excepted. Vi;S3KLS l VOKT. mzs or WAX.. U Is F S rhiladelpbta. Cotton. ? r . MZBCHA5TM EN. (This lLt does not Include coaster.) Shr Norma, bwenson, CUxton, B C. Bark Sumatra. Berrv. II Ho. Am shfp Keniiworth, Baker. 6an runasco. Bktne Planter. Dow. ban Francisco. 8cbr Wm Bowden. Fjerem. Newcastle. Bktne Alary VI inkelu an, Nisseu. Newc'le, Krh Kin? Cyrus, Christians-n. liewcastle. Bktne Uncle John, Feck. Eureka, fehip H FHIad-, Hercksen. Liverpool. Anj schr fJ olden Shore, Henderson, Ne'cle Bitne Archer. Calhoun. Nanalmo, B C. 8c hr Oceania Vance. Anderson, Newcastle. Bk Robert Sadden, Birfcbolm. Newcastle. Schr Maocot, Lawrence. Victoria. B. C. Bk Newsboy, MolkfatW. Newcastle. k 8 C Allen. Thompson, Ban Francisco. Bk r. I) Brvant. Jacobin. San Francisco. hhin Charmer, Holme. San Francisco. cbr W II Dimond. Nilson.San Iranci O A S 8 Miowera, Htott, AUMraji. MS720R0L0SICAL REC02D TOE FIBHuARY, 1805. From JberTtloid Mart it Oaliu Ife by I'rof. A. It. I.you. Col- (UNAIMAN-aI TKB PF.RATCKE Of THE AIK. Hjnr oi ; jtervav-, tlon. Maximum. 6X0 a. re. 9.30 p. m. Areruge... 71 Feb 25 TJ. eb 9 73. Fb Yl Kst 11 Minimum. Arer ) ftl. 7U. ftf. Veb US 67.7' Feb 2b Feb 54 Feb 30 CT.U 7i 7ii 7 M I SCO, The. Pacific Commercial Attter roRUOX TSniU XXPBCTED. Vessel. Where from. Due Hch Maid of Or JeansJB F Due Dark Harry Morse f-3cli Transit .Newcastle.. . 8F... ..Feb 25 Mar 2 iMued Except Uvrr Morning, 6unlay, by th Hawaiian Gazette Company X18 llsrchABt street At No. BCBSCBIPTIOIf BATES: Tn Daily Pacific Cojoixbcial Advkr- TX8XB (8 PAOt) Per month .. f J Per 3 months If paid in advance. . - 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, 8ii-Weext (8 PAGES TUESDAYS AKD t EIDAYSJ Per Tear 104 numbers f5 00 Per year, Foreign Countries rt 00 Parable Invariably In Adrtnec. Advertie-ments unaccompanied by specific instructions inserted till ordered oat Advertisements discontinued before expiration of specified period will be charged as if continued for full term. Liberal allowance on jearly and half yearly contracts. Where cuts are inserted they must bo ALL METAL not mounted on wood otherwise we assume no riek of their pre servation. GEO. Ii. PARIS, Bnnines Manatrer. AHHITALd. Mosda. Mar. 4. OA8S Micwera.Stott, from Sydney via Mosoay, Mar. 4. bttur Mikabala, Haglund, for Kauai. Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Honokaa and KukuibaeJe. Stmr Ke Au IIou, Thompson, for Kauai. oirar Kaala, Brown, lor circuit of Oahu. ftror Janes Makee. Peterson, for Na wiliwili. vSKI.H ttJAVJV TODA). TUESDAV, MAKCH 5, 1895. CASS Miowera, Stott, at II a iu. Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Hawaii at 5 p m. Schr Mascot, Lorenz, for North Ocean. for Vancouver, Maui and Pacific PAHSENQERS. DEPABTCBEP. For Kauai, Ter stmr Mikabala, Mar 4 A N Carter. Geo I)e la Vergne. M Keilly. Mirriaru Callho, W L Wilcox, J L Kaulu kou, Mrs James McQueen, C Doyle, Judge A G M Kobertson, W L Stolz, A O Br. die. II Fairer, A Ilo?a, Paul Neumann and 45 dack. For Kauai, per stmr Ke An Hou, Mar 4 Franz Bertelmann. Arrrf nean ttnpr'nr for Fc'f ury in at six Jtmrm, iw io . Dew point, avcrag for the month, 61.6'. lDlcUng moistarv. 6.1 grains per cable foot. HrUtiT bamldlty at noon. 67.4 percent. KeUUve bnmWity In tbe nlsbt, 78.3 percent. Total rainfall. 2.66 Inches. Average for Feb- rwary, six prenons year. 7.17 lu 1 Max! man ram In one day, U.95 to. on the tblnl. Kaln exceeding 0.0v Inches 7'cll ooddiji. Cloodinecs (in the day time), 4 "J. 6 per ceut. Oat of a possible 1 hours tbere htre been of brig tot sunshine, 1 4 boars (is a per cent ), of dull sunshine 38 hours (11.9 pe cnt ) Kffectlre suisbine nearly bS per cent of a possi- oie maximum. Winds from ths 1st to the I2tb southerly, light except on ine -ij ana p ormerjy (al- on tbe J3tb and Ktb. followed by a week of northeast trade winds, on the 2tn south erly winl. backing to west and noith (on tbe ethi. passing then into north east trade Avenge velocity s.63 ml es per hour. II sh est (13 miles per honr) on the 14th; nearly caJiu on toe em Barometric maxima abrnt the 10th ami 2Sth; minima about the 2d and 35th. BABOMtTEK (CORRECTED EKADIOSs). Hours of Maximum. Minimum. 9 a. m... 3 p. m..., Average.. 30.24 Feb 28 3ij. 19 Feb 23 S0.il5 reb 28 29.83 Feb 2 29.75 Feb 2 29.795 Feb 2 Aver. 30.08(1 tJ.CHS WHARF AND WAVE. THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. A Debate by the San Francisco Po litical Science Club. A Coast paper of the loth ult. sajs : The Political Science Club epent eeveral hours last evening in the Hopkins Institute discussing the subject of Hawaii. Arthur Rodgers opened the debate by read- u an iiuereaunK paper entitled, 'Glimpses of the Hawaiian Isl and?," in which he epoke of the history of the islands, the customs and traditions of the natives and the future of the island Republic. The latter feature called forth many questions from members of the club, and an interesting ex- Stearo.ship Line. Jiqmbiic of Hawaii. OScial List of Members and Lcca tion of Bureaus. Consul r d Jsiploutic Ueprr Bvntativtn of Jauaj Ahronti ivamcio ui iua doy line, running in connection with the Cakadian Paco-ic Kajxway Co., between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. 6. W., and calling at Victoria 6. C, Honolulu and Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, viz : From Sydney and Suya, for Victoria and VanconYer, B. C: 8. S. "MTOWFRA" 3 f arch 4 B. 8. "WAREIMOO" April 1 From Victoria and Vanconyer, B. C, for Sa?a and Sydney: KXKCCT1VK COCSC1L. Sanford B. Dole, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister ol Foroigr Jamea A. Kinir, 3Iiniater of InterW 8amuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance . emitn, Attomey-General. A D VIS OK V COITXCIL. C. Bolte, TrVi T7 1 a i Wm. p. Allen. Jon. p. Mendonca, D. B. Smith. F. A. Hosmer. C. B. Wood, Charles T. Rodgers, secretary. Alex, Yonni? John Jfott, jonn ivna, Geo. P. Castle, Ja A. Kennedy, William F. Allen, unairman. r3. S. "WARUIMOO" 8. S. "MIOWERA" . ..March 24 ...March 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Pascatre and all general information, apply to Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd. GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP .J CO Hut.. A. F. Jadd, Cbitf Jastice nnjotice Frer' tiecoa'1 Asociatf Henry 8mith, Chief Clerk. Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk. O.F Peterson, Second Deputy Cler J . Walter Jones. Stenographer; Ciacorr Judges. FirstCircuit: 4- A- biting,) , . .(H. . Cooper, f ha becond Circuit: (Maui) J. W. Kalua. iAustln!0 CirCUit: Cn.w.U,8. Fifth Circuit: (Kanti) J. Harr?v. Olfices andCoun-roioa ln Court House Kinu dtret. Sittin- in n".?,..8 IN TilK I'.ViTKl. STATES United Siate-HU Vx. L A Tlmr. tnvoy txtraotdi..ry at,d nbtw Plenipotentiary, Whinton U r lenrn 1 p Hasunvs Gerai ,or .he Consular Clerk hopt Philadelphia Kobert H Davis. Coni.nl Portland Or J WtCraken, Consul Port lowDset,d. Wwh-Jamw o Consul Seattle Q R Hart... n .. lacotna, Waahinirtnn t -Acting Conenl Belt hnr. re u' Sittiu AaguBt and xVovtror ne lirGt Mon.Uv in KoWr, n" J , UJLCk DKrAX.TMKKr OP i- Office Australian Mail Service. in CaDitol Rn-?n; t-.- V i ... u a' rrei ?er.PoUer' Secretary. J. . yrvin, secrrtay Chinebe Cure a". ct. 31. iVJackiniiiKh THE ADVKKTIHKK CALHXDAK. Diamond Head, Mar. 4. 10 p.m. Weather, clear; wind, light N. For San Francisco: chancre of ideas and exnrasflinnn nf Tt. xt . . - . . L . ... . " - .. I ' I AU" i'BW aUU nalJ NfAOl KfAama n I O A. KIi:i7 rlV,'n...w opinion lonowea. mere seemed r Chief Clerk. jn,n i h."1 Mackinioth." DuPABTMKjrr or rna Intehiok Capitol an Baildinjr. strtet. lUi March, 18A. BO. "I IT "57 In M Tu. W. Tb. Fr. ' 1 I 'T f 6 7 8 7T ia i3 rr tt TT 19 30 21 32 26 2 28 29 Sa. 1 9 18 23 30 MOOX'l PRASKH. First Qn'r March 4. (J uli Moon Msrcb 10 Lsst QiT'r March 1. Mareb 2. of the Interior I ' - a w M m rm . S B M SS U I VI rvrkSi to be a general agreement upon one " APAWA 99 AEsistant Clerks: James H RnV m pomt, that in time the islands will Keohokalole, Stephen Mahanlu De annexed, or the United StatPA Of the Oceanic Steamnhfra nnn.n.n. v,rse "oss, ISdward 8. Bnvrt Thfi FT. CWnAt io n f r Vi o TiYrf I will of loocf ooo,im a a I be dnft tit Hnnnlnl " vmw a w U I '.. uw awuov OOUUJO i UI ULKULUritLM T - vr. . u, aawau i-'riailljr BilU I AJllSiiiAU ClW Af:DTTt. nn... T-i fltrpot wlinrf I X7i . " V " . Auckland. On or ahont vw"u" i?OKK8TSY " v . . .vm M V A V UUOU The Mary W inkelman will flail in a day or eo. The Planter loaded sugar from the Mikahala yesterday. HMICO.CKSTUAL SXU J.OCJTK AJI2R,t I. . U 8 Of M Manzanillo-Kort Jae Barney ,C Peru. Lima P T. 0nConl8o?, Un,-Co'd nbeP, U8bu -Gton E A Cadell, Consul London-MaDley Hot kins, Caa.ul-Geu- Britain indoiu of Great ol-M"k. Wb fell. Oonanj Hull W Moran, CJonsnl SIisSl n TvneE Bie-terfelJ. Middlerocli-B. C. Atkinson. Falrv,octhTC tt Broad, Consul Dover (and th Cinque Ports;Fmnci Wilham Pi tv-cotr, Consul SvanseaH i(,vv Consul CaruilT H Gol.ifr.r f?.,r.0., Edinburgh and J.eith-K G Buchanar , Glasgi.w jus Du-.u. CoupmI Sa;i1.ee-?? p ZcIIer, Coaaat Dublio KJas Murphy, Vice-Consui QuHenRtowni.eo B Dawson, Consul Belfast W a Kf, Consul prepent versitv. were from the State Uni Professor Moses presided. MARCH 7th, SIX NEW LIGHTHOUSES. The Ciaudino win eail for Maui Beacons Asked for Danger Points and Hawaii at 5 p. m. today. A1 P(,1;. - kin haii. sruvirK. SU)i.iaip0 will leave for una arr- I'cni wn KrricibCo, Vancouver and aydnt'y n the foii-?ni dktt-a. till (jik close ui Leave Hohvx.ci.ir Fob San Pbani'i co or Vakcocvrb r'M or About Miowera Mar. 4 rawa.... . .Mur. 7 l'eru March U lay. Tho frame work of the Healani b.jathouso is nearly complete. It is reported that the Kenii worth will eail today at noon. The C. D. Bryant hauled in alongside Brewer's wharf yester day morning. Major William Heuer, Light house Engineer in charge of this district, recently sent to Washing- luu ji;uijs arm pecincanons ior six new lighthouses and fog signal stations on the California President : the Minister of Interior. Wm v. in, Aiian Herbert, Joht osepn marBden, Commis sioner &mi ta. ' And will leave for the above txirt with Mails and Passengers on or about that Chxkj-b of Bursa . - - 1 1 uxrAm. Survevor-GenAral w r For Sydney & Auckl8Jid teB- luspector. Electric Lisrhts. John r-OMH W VISVIWIUFa The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship "MARIPOSA3 79 s . . . e KOKistrar oi UonvevanrftB. T tk Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H.Cum' mines. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas H.Hnnt. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter. Dip ABTJrLEJTX OP FlNAWCB. .U, aT tlonoaLC ' r M. iAK l" KANCIHC-U J OaVaJeCOCVEB On rr AljUt XAAnposa ...War. 14 Australia... Mar. 18 Miowera Mar. 21 China April'2 Australia. ..Apr. H Arawa Apr. II Warriuio....Apr. 21 Coptic April 30 Australia.. .May 3 Alamedu Mar 9 Miowera May 24 AustrnlU. ...May 27 city rekiDir.. June 1 Mariposa June G Australia... June 21 Warrimoo.. June 24 Arawa July 4 Australia. ...July15 Miowera Juiy 21 Coptic July 10 Alameda Aug. 1 Australia... Aue. 9 City Peking.. Aug. 10 "Varriuioo..Aug. 24 M ariposa . . . . Aug. 29 Australia ... .Kept. 2 ptie Sept. 19 Miowera . . . .8ept. 24 Arawa...... Sept. 28 Australia. . .Kept. 30 Australia.... Oct. 21 Warrimoo. ..Oct. 21 Alameda Oct. 21 China Oct. 29 Australia.... Nov. 15 Miowera Nov. 24 Coptic Nov. 28 W arrimoo. . . Dec 24 City Peking..Dec23 on tne California coast. together with tt SlatPmPnt nf nrot I Of the Oppanin Kf-aam 7,1 - o -- w w vwotf I i j swa vviu yctLAjf VT AA J he Ciaudine sails at 5 n.m. to- and derilAr.itinna that. tViotr be due at Honolulu, from Ban Franristrw 1 r r - 1 I cio 1 1 . - uay ior Maui nortn. nnd ATqHm. I nponr t ow;ot; u-:..- uu oraoaui kona, Hawaii. Heuer has information that all the The Archer took 2700 bass of suggestions and plans ha?e been 1 mm ..I K .1 T 1 L a 1 n , I eutiar irum ine sinnmpr Honon i ouuiuvru uv tuts AjiuiiL'iniiHH himrn i a.. .:n i a . . . ... i r . . w , , .r :;: l - i. ,. - . uv aaa uto yrumpi aespaccn WILD I "OKisirar oi Accounts. W. G Asnlnv vptf t(Ihv w riilo sit Wii,ln.'a m,n.r I in Washington, and it. nnltr ro.,toino Kf a;ia onri p.anM.Ltt.. i . I ni.v P! z Z: niey. r v v v v siui o f AJ Cl 1 I 0 7 w a luui ijo I suva a aooguiO VUX MAECH 14th, OfSce, Capitol Building, Kid street. Minister of Finance, S. M. Damon. Auiutor-uenerai, H Laws. sretorolocteal Uncord. lor Congress to pass a resolution appropriating the moneys necee eary for the work. "If the money is available," said the Major yesterday, "one of the lighthouses will be located on Point Gorda, on the coast of Men docino, and another at Point A f tf Hal In nrn I rn rvi Irn - n l A A- The Mascot failed to get away point Conception. j.jrt aiiuuugu me captain 'lt is also proposed to build Ii?wr Thl ZUVh? h C0UM fin JiBbthouses at Point Buchon, near ul. what he had to do. Port Harford, and at Bodega head, I he thip Charmer hauled over to near Point Reyes, the Oceanic wharf and discharged "New York Landing, close to the cargo yesterday. She will begin entrance to the San Joaquin loading sugar as soon as possible, river, needs a lighthouse and fog Judging from the number of station, and a f.g signal is wanted ciotnes hanging up on the Phila- at Quarry point, Angel island. A delphia yesterday, it must have 1'ghthouse is also planned for Dead The W. H.. Dimoud hauled in next to the Oceanic wharf vester- A'utVaarMaro! n,0ralflS and an charg- Alarueda... .Apr. 1 ,lJb ai; once. oiencMl,a '"Aprii: , Tbere aro two creW8 Practicing Miowera... "!..May2 or boat race in the near future. ASffiV"vivyii! ne i3 made UP of two foldiersand China ?!..;.. MaV sS : lhe other of natives. Arawa May 30 ' Varritnot....June 1 Australia... June 3, Austra ia June 24 I Itio Janeiro. .June 17 Alarueda . . . . J tine 27 Miowera July 2 lty rVKing-Juiy 17 Australia Ju-y 20 wanposa. .. .July varnoioo....Aug. 1 Belgic Aug. 9 AUatraIiu...Au?. 14 Arawa Aug. 22 Miowera Aug. 31 Kin Janeiro.. Sept. 6 Austraila... Sept. 7 Alameda.... Sept, 19 Warrimoo.. ..ct.2 Australia.... Oct. 2 China Oct. 6 Mariposa.... Oct. 17 Miowera Nov. 1 Coptic Nov. 6 Warn moo.... Dec. 2 City Peking.. Deo. ( 1896. Miowera Jan. 1 The undersigned are now prepared to issue THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL P01N IN THE UNITED STATES. the above ports. Clerk to Finance Office, E. R. Stacfcable. wupcior-uenerai ox U us torn a, J as. B Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. deputy lax Assessor, W. O. Weedon. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat. rrr 10 Customs Bureau. Office, Custom House, Esplanad Btreu mZETFor further particulars reeardin Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. acpufcjr-oiieuior, r t. Jiicwtocker Harbormaster. CaDtain A. Fnltr ron csurveyor, al, n. Banders. Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Storekeeper, George C. Stratemeyer. DsFAirnCENT OF ATT0K2Ojr-Ga5N2BAL. Office in Capitol Building, King street. Attorney-General. W. O. Smith deputy Attorney-Genera;!. A. G. Robertson. been wasbinsr dav aboard th cruiser. The Pele has not finished dis charging her sugar yet. The Ken iiworth took part of her sugar yes terday. The remainder will be discharged on the Oceanic wharf today for the ship Charmer. Man 8 island, at the entrance to San Pedro harbor." The amount to be asked for is 200,000. S. F. Examiner. REFORM IN THE NAVY. i'HK OOTEKHMST ICOTT. 1TIBT HONDA f PUBLISH! Ban HAROK. 0 B TBIKMO 30.10 S 02) Monto 30.07 S0.W Tns Wd Tha Tri Bat. 2,ai.?l i IS e'so ti 80.16 SD is; Ti90 l&j WW.15, K 59 V D S 78 0 00 7rt;0 00 72in.Il 74 0 00 74 0 0 74 0 0 740 10 a 8 49 63 fr) &3 rs o a o 3 10-Oi 3 3 S 4 1 i!-!r-i H 13-1 6-7 3 4-S 5 5 N XII mra SKI U.r corrsct4 for temperaturt and sle vaUoa, hot not for Utttuds. Tides, Sdb and Moon. Dr. g, Jar ma- o f a ps 5s 2 ? ,B .1 1 SS h S - I n m m . r..: .n. i i i 11.17 n n o ! ru ... ""a rtnrs.. rni... c.... n.. a ... I,, t - . w. .x:i 7.J2 0.18 11 It! K 8 I 6 I t sa T.rs 1.2S .44 8 1 IS 7.41' 8 M M 8.W 9. S.1 .30 9 43 e 18 '"i 6 14 . 6 IS 14 0 42 1.43 fuliOHttgo tks ltta,s.Y3 76 6 6' 2.4 7; a. 41 7, 4.:-3 &.18 6. j 6. 0 Tin? Miowera' a Report. The C. A. S. S. Miowera, Stott master, left bydney on Monday, lowing resolutions, which were tel- reDruary lbtn at 4 p. m., arrived egraphed to Washington : Cleveland's Recommendation In dorsed. Tho trustees of ths Chamber of Commerce held an executive meet ing yesterday and adopted the fol- Time Table. LOCAL LINE. Arrive Honolulu Leave Honololn . from 8. F. tor8.F. March 18 March 20 April 8 April 13 at Suva on February 24th, and n j . . . oaiieu again on the on me same G w- rm a 7 m casionj winas were day. met "Whereap, A bill is now pend ing in Congrvus (H. R. No. 8476) to rtorgai ize the personnel of the navy, as recommended by Presi- ln THROUGH LINE. . - -r V4vJ MUU utjvween eyaney and Suva : dent Cleve and in hin 1 nai thence to Honolulu, easterly winds seage, securing greater efficiency with strong northeast gale and withoul additional expense in that heavy sea for three days. Sighted lmp?rtaut branch of the public Alofa and Mary islands while en r0! a ,u route to this port, and on February r.Ztl J1 iamb of -:otn while in latitude 2 38 Npien- .V L A , a" r rancisco, From San Fran. for Hydney. Arrive Rnnolnla. MARIPOSA Mar 14 ARAWA April H Frjm Sydney for San Francisco. Leave Honolulu ARAWA Mar 7 ALAMEDA Apr 4 331 4-3 m A. S. S. Warrimoo rom Honolulu tn Rut- at 10:30 i.. m. List ioVt with the following paFsengers for this !ort : Mr. and Mrs. Govett, Mr. and Mrs. Fishlock and D. Pat- a. m. today for Vancover. t aled the hr.nn1 '1 w w u a j va Arrived 11 at i P. la. You can bnv th iof., . th,s paper at Hilo of J. A. Martin. through its Board of Trusteep r. spectfully recommends said bill to the support of Congress, and re quests the honorable members of tne California delegation to ue their favorable influence in secur ing its enactment. "Resolved, That attested copies of this resolution be forwarded to the California delegation in Con gress and to the honorable Secre tary of the Navv." CHAS. & CO8 Hi k to uue of Packets. take uipjiers will r, J ease ..v notice that the AMERICAN BARK JOHN D. BREWER Leaves New York on or about MAY Io for this port, if sufficient induce ment offers. ,,.TFor .er information, up.ny to Chaa. Brewvr&Co.,27Kiib bt., liost, n, Alass., or to ' ;C. hREWER A CO, (L'D.), Honolulu, Aconts. Clerk, J. M. Kea. Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock- Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow. Denutv A'arshal. A rihnr T T Jailor Oann Prison, J. A. Low. maon Physician, Dr. N. B. Emerson. BOAED OF ljCtIOKATIOr. resident,J. A. Kiner. Members of the Board of Immigration. I J. B. Atherton, Joseph Marsden J A. Kennedy James G. Spencer. J. Carden. Secretary, Wray Taylor. Boaju of Hjsalth. Office In grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queec streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T.Waterboune, Jr., Joho Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorne v General Smith. President Hon. W. O. 8mith. Secretary Chaa. Wilcox. Executive Officer O. 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 Educatiow. CouxVHouae Building, King street. President.W. R. Castle. Secretary, F. J. Scott. Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson. Distinct coukt. Police Station Building, Merchant stree A. Peny, Magistrate. InmrB hnmi-hon. Clerk BOAED OF FlEE COMMISEICKKSS Andrew Brown, President; G?o. W. smith, James H. Hunt, Caief Engineer. BErnSH COLCZHliS. Toronto, Ontario - J E Thomneoa, Coui Monfra Pco -A Sjaw, VicelconsSi Montreal Dickson Anderson, Consul feonsuiaritVe RimvCoS,eJ N PU,i0t Q C' St Consul Allan O Crcokshank, Yarm2', K -h:d F Clements, Vie Victoria, B C-l p Rithet Coj)Snl Vancouver, B C-E M Beattie, Conu Melbourne, Victoria-G N Oakley, Consn ConsuHUeeU8land"'Alex B Taamania-Captain Hon Audley Coot-, Consul Launceston- Geo Collins, Vice-Censul Newcastle. N h W-W 11 Moulton. Vice-Gonsul nnti!?nd'M 2P, B Cruickshank.Consui Dunedin, N Z Henry Driver, Consul Hongkong, China Hon J Johnstone Jeswick, Consul-General F BANCS AND COLONIES. Paris Alfred Houle, Charge d AfTairea- ana vonsui-ueneral ; A N H Teyesier Vice-Consnl Marseilles G du Cayla, Consul Bordeaux Ernest Hi Tii.iaaa,. rci Dijon.H H Vieilhomnne, Consul Li bourne Charles RrhaKft1er nai Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul GEKJIAKY. Biemen H.F Glade, Charge d Affairee and Confeul-Geneial Bremen John F Muller, Consul e, Forr "amarK toward r Weber, Consul i muiiuHwaiaine josepn Kopp, lion sul Dresden Ausrustus P Rnss Consul Karlsruhe H Muller, Consul AUSTRIA Vienna Hugo Schonberger, Consui SPAIN AND COLONIES. Barcelona Enrique Minguez, Conenl General Cadiz James Shaw. Consnl Valencia- Julio Solar, Consul Malaga F T De 5avarra, Consnl; F Gimenez v INavarra. VioA-Hnn-ni Carteiiena J Paris, Consal Las Palmas, Gran : Can aria Loaia Fa2- cony yueveao. Uonsui ; J Bravo de Lauuna. Viee-ConRn! Santa Cruz A C de Lir f'as xrin. Consul Arecife de Lanzarotte K Rodriguez, Vice-Consnl FOETUOAIi AND COLONIES. Lisbon A Fereira de Sert.a. ConA.il- General Oporto Narciso T M Ferro. Madeira L B F Branco.Consnl St Michaels A de 8 Moreira. nnnmt St Vincent, Cape de Verde Islands U Jiartins. Vice-Oonsnl Iagoe M J Barbosa, Vice-Consul ITALY. Rome Genoa Raphael de Luchi, Consul Palermo Angelo Tagliavia, Consal mETHEKLAJrDS. Amsterdam D U 8chmnll, Consal General Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul BELGIUM. AntMrerpVictor Forge, Consul-General Ghent L Coppieters, Consnl Liege Julea Blanpain, Consal Brugee Eniile Van den Brande, Coaeul SWEDEN AND NOKWAY, Stockholm C A Engvalls, Coneul General. Christiania L 8amson, Consul Lyskil-H Berpstrom. Vice-Consu. Gotbembrg---Gu&tav Kraak. VicP- Coneul vice- JAPAN. Hiogo and 0aka-C P Hall, Consnl M.