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ACIIfiO 'CQMiMBBCIAl, ADVigUTISR; BOKOXj UIU, MAHCII 0, 1895.
Tin: jl oahu eiitw-y lap i.s t r v A BLE. T K A I N a I r.M. 1:45" 2:30 2:57 D r.M. 6:10 5:58 8:22 A.M. , .8 :45 .9:30 ..9:57 r.M. 4:35 5:10 5:3S Leave Honolulu. Leave Pearl City Arrive Ewa Mill. TO HOKOLULU. O B B A A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. faTe Ewa Mill. .6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42 ul Pert Cit7..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10 Arrive Honolulu.. 7:30 11:55 45 6:45 A Saturdaya only. B Daily. t , O Bun&Aj excepted. D Saturdays excepted. The Pacific Commercial Advertise BTerr Morning, Sunday, by tb Except Hawaiian Gazette Company Aft No. 818 Merchant Street. SUBSCBIPTIOIf BATES The Daily Pacific Commxrcial Advkb- tibxr (8 fagmj n v, $ 75 f er uiuuui ......... , Per 3 months 11 paid In advance. . Per year In advance. ... . . . - - t -f.M tn United States 2 00 8 00 virrinr or Mexico., n oo Per 1 year, postpaid other Foreign 14 00 rr.-,imw nirrrrs. SeMI-WeEXLY (8 FAQ S3 TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS) p.. 1 fU nnmbers .1 9 Per year. Foreign Countries 6 00 Payable InTarlably In Advance. Advertisements cnaccompanied by epeclfic Instructions inserted till ordered out Advertisements discontinued before expiration of specified period will be V. A it .nntinnMl IDT mil term. alTnwance on vearly and half yearly contracts. Where cuts are insetted .they must be AT T. MKTATnot mounted on wood- otherwise we assume no risk of their pre servation. . GEO. U. PARIS, Business Manager. SATURDAY, MARCH 9. 1895. THE ADTEKTISKK CALENDAft, Starch, 1893. a. M. To. W. Tn. Fr. S. r 2 "T "T T "T 9 lo" IT IT 15 14 13 16 "it" Is "IT 2o a m as St 17 2" "3t" 28 29 SO n I moon's fbasks. yx rintQu'r i aurcb 4. l ull Moon aurch 10. rf Jat Qa'r At. March IS. 'ew Moo a March 2. fOHjtlOH 21 AIL. PJHV il v. Bteamahlps will leave for and arrive fioxn ian Francisco, siaco. Vancouver andSydnoy the following: datca. till the close of A a. at HoiroLtJLu fx. Bab Frakcibco ob Vavcoctzb On or Abut Mariposa. ...51 ar. 14 Australia... Mar. 18 Miowera....Mar. 24 China April 2 IVXAVB HOBOtCLTJ Fob 8&h Fbxbcihco ob Vacouvb On or About Peru March 29 Warriiooo.... Apr.1 Australia... Mar. 20 Alameda Apr. 4 Australia.... Apr. 13 Gaelic... ..April Miowera .'.May 2 Mariposa May 2 Australia May 8 China May 20 Arawa May 30 Warrimoo.. .June 1 Australia.. . June 3 Australia June 24 Iiio Janeiro..J une 17 Alameda June 27 Miowera July 2 City Peking.. July 17 Australia.... July 20 Maripo.sa July 25 Warrimoo. . . .Aug. 1 Belgio Aug. 9 Australia... Aug. 14 Arawa. .....Aug. 22 Miowera Aug. 31 Rio Janeiro. .Sept. 6 Austraila Sept. 7 Alameda. . . .Sept. 19 Warrimoo.. ..Oct. 2 Australia Oct. 2 China Oct. 6 Mariposa Oct. 17 Miowera Nov. 1 Coptic Nov. H Warrimoo Dec. 2 Citv Peking.. Dec. 6 1890. Miowera Jan. 1 AUirtUM. ..Apr. Arawa Apr. 11 Warrlmoo...Apr. 24 Coptic April 30 Australia.. . ilsy 11 Alameda 21 ay 9 Miowera May 21 Australia.. ..May 27 City Pfiir.. .June 1 Mariposa June 6 Australia. . . J one 21 v V f warnmoo. . jane -t Arawa July 4 Australia.. ..July 15 Miowera July 24 Coptic .July 10 Alameda Aug. 1 Australia... Aug. J City TekinR.. Aug. 10 Warrimoo. . Aug. 4 M ari posa . . . . A u. 29 Australia,,, .Sept. 2 C-0?t......5pt. Id Miowera . . . .Kept. 24 Arawa Sept. 28 Australia. . .Sept. 30 Australia . . . .Oct. 21 Warrimoo. ..Oct. 21 Alameda Oct. 24 China Oct. 29 Australia. ...Nov. 15 Miowera Nov. 24 Coptic Nov. 2S Warrimoo.:. Dec. 24 City rekin..Dec. '26 I Meteorological Record. , tiE eoVERNMNT Bl'Bf KT. ITIBT MONDAY. itABOl. THKRXO C o" s p. O B m 5 Fun M 30.10 30.03 i 78 0 00 62 Mob Tue. 23S0.C7 30.03) u W0.00 eofio-iH ir-e 0.1 w-x arm. ' WKS S-l K 30.21 30.13 7 30.22 30.16 TT20.tl 4& 4 i -i5f- 59 30.26 30. 18!4 I . va w r eT n , oo 63 60 1 30.22 30.1 6f "J 4-5 '3 T 0 CO -5 5 Bt. 2 30.ZU 90.15 67 740.00 63 Biomte corrected for Umpentare and ele vation, bat not tor Uutadc. Tides. Sun and Moon. Man I 'fneeu. p.m.! 11.17 t 'a.m. 9. 0 i u. v 1a.za. Ito.m. Wel.. -Tbar.. ?' 0.18.12.34 T 1. t 105 l.W 2.131 7. 43 2.37 2.U 8.38' 8.391 9.80 rift1 , . I I ea Uteioui, at) to. a m. p. ja. i g g r s j n 4 4 B o 5 ET f Sa ?5 ?s b5 B I , hi Is- 2 s t 1 1 I 1 I i p.m. a.m. I I I I 4.22 7.221 6.171 6. 6 1.43 6.88 7.8RI 6.18! 6. 61 9.43 I 6.4 8.29t 6.16 6. 7 3.41 ! 1 S.lSi 7.4S R RAl CIS . T 4 .VI I s.U 8. 881 . e.it a. ft s 1 . o.jo, o. o e v 1 SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. MEN" Of WAR. bFb Philadelphia. Cotton, S F. HEBCHAJtTMI. (Thl llt doei not include coteri.) u Kvmwn. fJiax on, i ci-ui - ' . tin. r" il,r t v-v Eureka. Ship H F Glade, Hercksen. Uverpool . Bktne Am scar uoiuen oaore, hcuuwwi -v - liktne Archer. Uainoun, pi an ami o, x D Robert Budden, Biribolm. Newcastle. Uk Newsboy, ilollestad. Newcastle. m iik S C Allen, Thompson. Ban Francisco. UkC D Bryant, Jacobsen, Ban Francisco. Bhip Charmer. Holmes, Ban Francisco. Bchr W H Dimond, Nilson, Ban i rancisco. htrar Kahulai, Tyson, Kahului. TOREION VKSSXIJ EXPKCTKD. Vessel- Where from. Due. Bch Maid ol Orleans.S F -.Dae i!rir uamr Morse . . Newcastle r eD o Bch Transit ' V, t Mar 2 B F... bchr Edward Mav.. Boston. .Mav 16 ARRIVALS. Friday. March . Stmr Kinau. Clarke, from liawaii and M6tUmr Pele, Brown, from circuit .of Oahu. Btmr Kahului. Tyson, from kanului. DEPARTURES. Fbidat. March 8. etmrWG Hall, Simerson, for Maui and Hawaii. ... , . btmr Mikahala, Haglund. for Kauai. Btmr Ke An Hou, Thompson, for Ha rjamaoln. , .. Btmr Iwalani, Ireeman. for Makaweli. VESSEL, f LEAVI.SU TODAY. Bktne Planter, Dow. for Ban Francisco. Bchr Wm Bowden, Fjerem, for San Fran- Striir Waialeale, Smythe, for Ilonokoa. isiroiiTi. Per Btmr Kinau 5537 bags sugar, 72 bags bones, 275 bags potatoes, 155 hides, 144 sheep, 100 pkgs sundries. Per stnir Waialaele 3343 bags sugar, 12 bdls sugar cane, 18 pkgs sundries. Per stmr Pele 3955 bags sugar. FAISEKGKR3. ABBIVAL8. From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau. March 8 Volcano: C Freeman, 8 II Sal eno, Mrs H 8 Winn, J Van Camp, T J Higgms and wife, J T Lewis, Mrs J W Ko bin son and maid, R 8 Lange. Way ports: W W Ooodale and wife, O P Wilder. C Thoel. J T Baker, Caph C Watson, Rev J Okabe, T Matsuda, Dr 8 Noda, J C Lawe lawe, Miss Kawada, Miss Pokii, Miss Clara Low, Misses Low (2) and maid, Mrs E J Parker, child and servant; TW Gay and 91 deck. DEPABTCBES. For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G Hall, March 8 Volcano: A H Chanter, Captain A C romp ton. K Schofield.C Batter, W Taylor. Way-ports: W F Wilson, E P McGeeney. Alice Atona, Uattie Mahoe, Kaakau, K Gardner, A Green well, C Von Ham, Officers Holi and Lokana, and 60 deck. For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani. March 8 A Robinson, Mrs Robinson, Miss Gay and Master Robinson. BORN. SILVA In this city, March 7, 18S5, t the wue oi A. Lr. cilva, Jr., a daughter. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Mar. 8. 10 p.m." Weather, clear; wind, light 'E. The W. H. Dimond has been painted anew. The large launch of the Phila delphia was running yesterday. The Bailors of the Philadelphia were given boat drill yesterday. The Robert Sudden is discharg ing coal at the Fort street wharf. The Pele discharged 2300 bags of sugar on the Kahului yesterday. The Waialeale will sail today at 10 a. m. for Lahaina, Kukuihaele and Ilonokaa. A large herd of sheep created a great deal of excitement on the Kinau wharf yesterday. The Archer has taken about 1000 tons of sugar. She requires 400 tons to top off her cargo. The King Cyrus, Golden Shore and Newsboy are the only foreign vessels left in Naval row. The W. G. Hall took a very large cargo of general merchandise for Kauai and Hawaii yesterday. The Kahului will take passen gers, mail and freight for the Coast. H. Ilackfold &. Co. are the agents. The Mikahala will return from Kauai tomorrow morning. This will make her second trip during the week. Some of the ballast from the ship Charmer is being used as fill ing around tne building ot the 11a wanan .Llectric Company. . . Ane x ianier named over Mail wharf ivester,'w,rafr' loaded,tv ir i v afternoon from Maui ancTiiawaii. Purser Beokley reports a very smooth trip down. A school of about a dozen whales was sighted off Molokai light. The Hawaiian steamship Kahu lui, Tyson, master, arrived yester day morning from Kahului, where she has been loading sugar. She will take 400 tons of sugar from this port for San Francisco and leave on Tuesday, March 12th, at 9 a. m. The H. F. Glade has discharged about 500 tons of her' coal. She nas 4 50 tons left which will take t about four or five daya to dis orinrirn Shfi will load 8Ugar for San Francisco as eouo as her coal is discharged. The six bulls that came from San Francisco on the W. H. Di mond were shipped to W. G. Ir win's ranch in Kau yesterday By the W. G. Hall. The first five were very qniet, but it required the strength of four coirDoys ana six native sailers to get the sixth one aboard the steamer. At the Merchants' Exchange vesterdav one of the most precious sea logbooks extant was on exhibi- official log of the cruise of H. M. S. Endeavor, and covers the period from the 25th May, 1768, to the 23d October, 1770. Naturally many of the older and more oi me younger marine people had an overhaul of the loebook kept by the greatest of navicrators. As a production of logbooks as they go nowadays on board Her Majesty's ships. Captain Cook's will lose nothing by com parison. The book was purchased by Mr. F. H. Dangar, and by him presented to the museum here. Sydney News. A MARINE SPECTACLE. Inspiring Incident Among Men-of-War in Callao Harbor. It was in May, 1881, just after the battle of Chorillos had decided the war between Chile and . Pern, that the flagship of our Pacifio fleet hove in sight of the sea port oi uauao. In early dawn, as the 6un was rising behind the aoolivitous shore that we were ekirting, I was called by an orderly, and went on deck expecting a beautiful sight, but nothing so grand as the reality. The hills of San LoreDzo, about ten miles away, were glowing into brightness rs a gorgeous increasing light flashed the gray skies behind the Andean ranges. Yet the long mole of the city, the waters of the little river Rimac and the huge ships in the harbor were still dusky and formless, for upon them fell the shadow of the mountains. But out near us, beyond the receding line of darkness, waves crested by the fresh breeze sparkled merrily in the sun, or burst into little floods of radiant spray" where a solitary porpoise wal lowed in his early gambols. As the sun rose higher, I could see the mass of shipping that crowded the harbor. Here were ships from all the foreign fleets in the Pacifio. For days they had lain out of gun range in the offing, while on shore the Chilean forces had pushed near er and nearer to the capital of hope less Peru, and at sea the Chilean fleet had drawn a line of fire in front of Callao. For days the foreign warships had patiently awaited the inevitable capitulation, and watched the steel shells from the Blanco Jncalada, the Almirante Cochrane and the famous little Huascar fly through their long flat trajectory until, with a scream and a roar, they crashed through the walls of their forts, the masonry of public buildings, or the wooden sides of some deserted merchantman. Suddenly a bugle call floated over the water. Another and another blew their golden notes; a great gun boomed ; the stately warships in the harbor spread their colors to the breeze, and the red sun rim came peeping over the black edge of the mountains. Oar own flag flattered proudly aloft, and with the rear admiral's broad pennant at the mizzenmast, acted to our friends in the harbor as a letter of introduction. An alert watch officer on the great British ironclad Shannon reported us. Soon afterwards the Stars and Stripes floated up to her foretruck, a for ward port was thrown open, a puff of smoke flew along the water brim, and the British commodore thundered forth to us a national salute. Then, as the last flash burst from the black and massive broadside, and as the last report echoed back from under the hills of San Lorenzo, her band on the poop dpek struck up our patiorml jig tune, and "Columbia, Happy Land," was hailed across the waters that softened the staccato air and made it beautiful. Hardly had the British band finish ed this anthem when one of the little howitzers on our forecastle began barking away with blank cartridges at all imaginary foes of Great Britain, and the salute having bean enthusiastically but decorously blaz ed away, the gesticulative Italian who led our musicians, gave a signal. Then "God Save the Qaeen" swelled out from the brazen threats of his in instruments like a solemn, measured and majestic hymn of praise. V Th Germwi norf. (nrnivl la of. - wmmwa U smoke around them and the flairs at mtucj, wnne samtes flashed back and forth and the mellow strains of music broke on the short intervals between salute guns. But in her own sea port no band struck np an anthem for Peru: no cannon nttered its deep roar in res pect to her Majesty, nor was her ensign even at the fore of any cloud enveloped warship. For the foe was in her capital and her flag and her Side were humbled in the dost. ilitary News. The Hawaiian Gazette Company manufacture rubber stamps of all assenptiona. HANAMAN- A DSTRAL1AN Steamship Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Railway Co., between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. 8. W., and calling at Victoria B. C. Honolulu and Suva Fiji, Are Due at Honolulu On or about the dates below stated, vix: From Sydney and SuYa, for Victoria and VancouYer. B. C 8. 8. "WARRIMOO" April 1 May 2 8. S. "MIOWERA" . . . a From Victoria and Vancouver, B. C, for Su?a and Sydney: 8. S. "WARRIMOO" ....... .March 24 8. 8. "MIOWERA" March 24 Through tickets issued from Honolulrr to Canada, United States and Europe. X"For Freight and Pasaage and all general information, apply to Theo.H.Davies & Co., L'd. GENERAL AGENTS. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Aostralian Mail Service. For San Francisco: The New and Fine AX Steel Steamship " ALAMEDA." Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will be due at Honolulu, from Sydney and Auckland, on or about APRIL 4th, And will leave for the above port with Mails and Passengers on or about that date. ForSydney & 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 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. CTTor farther particulars regarding Freight or Passage apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Ltd., GENERAL AQENT3. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Time Table. LOCAL LINE. Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu from S. F. forS.F. March IS March 20 April 8 April 13 THROUGH LINE. FoxrrB&rx , Trv ydieylr L CH15. BR5W13 & CO.'J Boston Line of Packets. Shippers -will please notice that the take AMEBIOAN BARK JOHN D. BREWER Leaves New York on or about MAY 15 for this port, if sufficient induce- ment offers. CCFox -ther information, apply to Chas, Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston. Mass., or to r 9 O. BREWER & CO. (L'D.), Honolulu, Agents. .Republic of Uaivaii. OScial List cf Members and Loca tion of Bureaus. &ZKCCT1V COUNCIL. Sanford B. Dole, President. Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Affairs. Foreigr James A. King, Minister of Interior. Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance. William O. Smith, Attorney-General. ADYTSOKY COVHCIL O. Bolte, EdwardD.Tennev, Wm. F. Allen, Jos. P. Mendonca, D. B. Smith, F. A. Hosmer, C. B. Wood, John Emmeluth, James F. Morgan, Alex. Young, John Nott, John Ena, Geo. P. Castle, j as. a. Kennedy, William V. ATL Charles T. Rodgera, Chairman . Secretary. Suraxiot Co car. Bor.. A. F. Judd. Chief Justice. Hon. B. F. Bickerton,' First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Cliief Clerk. -Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk . ir' Peterson, Second Deputy Cler J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. CiRCTCTT JCTJGXS. FirstCircuit: & WJrtggJ Second Circuit: (Maui) J.W. Kalua. Third and Fourth '01x0011: (Hawaii) S L. Austin. Fifth CirciLit : (Kanai) J.Hardy. . Offices and Court-room in Court House. King street Sitting in Honolulu The first. Monday in February, May August and November. ' Depabtmkkt op Foasiaa 'waiss. Ofice in Capitol Building, F. M. Hatch, Minister Affairs . King street of Foreign Geo. O. Potter, Secretary. Jr irvin Secretay Chinese Bureau A. fct. M. Mackintosh. DnP ABTUXNT OT THB iNTEJUOU. Ofice in Capitol fcuilding, Kiujy street. i: Mini8ter of the Interior. Chief Clerk, J ohn A. Hassinger. Assistant Clerks : James H. Boyd, M. K. Keohokalole, Stephen Mahanlu, George O. Ross, Edward 8. Boyd. Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry. President : the Minister of Interior. Wm. G. Irwin, "Allan Herbert, JohD Ena. Joseph Marsden, Commis sioner and Secretary. Chiefs of Bureaus, Iktsrior Dspart kzxt. Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexander. Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell . Supt. Water Works, Andrew Brown. Inspector, Electric Lights, John CassidT. Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum. Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H.Cnm minga. Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas. H. Hunt. Supt. Insane Asylum, F. I. Cutter, Department of Finance. Office, Capitol Building, King street. Minister of Finance, S. M. Damon. Auditor-General, H. Laws. Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Asnley. Clerk to Finance Office, E. R. Stackable. Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B. Castle. Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw. Deputy Tax Assessor, W. O. Weedon. Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat. Customs Bureau. Office, Custom House, Esplanade, Fort street. Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle. Deputy-Collector, F. B. Mc8tocker. Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller. Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders. Storekeeper, George O. Stratemeyer. Department of Attorney-General. Office in Capitol Building, King street. Attorney-General, W. O. Smith. Deputy Attorney-Generul, A. G. M. Robertson, Clerk, J. M. Kea. Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock. Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow. Deputy llarshal, Arthur M. Brown. Jailor Oahu Prison, J. A. Low. Prison Physician, Dr. N. B. Emerson. Board of Immioratio. Presidents. 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 of Health. Office in grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queer, streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. B. Emerson, J.T.Waterhouse, Jr., John yli, Ans5aJwA.tttijay- .w ift LrLr LA ki&rrety Inspector G. W. O. Jones. Port Physician, Dr. F. B. 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 8chools, A. T. Atkinson. DI3TRICT COURT. Police Station Building, Merchant a tree A. Peny, Magistrate. James Thompson, Clark Board of Firs Commissioners Andrew Brown, President ; Geo. Smith, James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer. - W. Bem&Uvca of Hawaii Abrou,! IS TI1C l"SiTKD BTATKit. United States Hia V.x L Tu. . Plenipotentiary, Washington, D C Secreteryand Charge d'Affahes ml' in tenmF P tlasiiniis New York V. U Allen, Co:tu!-Genera( San- Francisco C T Wilder, Consai- General for the Pacifio States: Ca?l fornia, Oregon and Nevada and Washington J F kter Consular Clerk ' Philadelphia Robert H Davis, Consul aan Lfiego, u&la H.P.Wood, Consul Boston Gorham D Gilman, Consal General Portland Or J McCraken. Consul Port Townsand, Waah-J-James G Swan Consul Seattle G R Carter, Consul Tacoma. Washington J T Belclr Acting Consul ' MEXICO, CESTRAL AND 80UTH AMSRICA. U 8 of Mexico, Mexico -Col W J Da Gress, CoMul-General. K H Baker Vice-Consur Manzanillo Robert James Barnev.Con- 8Ul. Peru, Lima F L Crosby, Cons el Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge u Affaires and Consul-General lontevideo, Uruguay Conrad Hughes, Consul Philippine Islands, IToilo George She'-- merdine, Consul Manila Jasper M Wood. Consul Cebu Georce E A Cadell, Consul HKEAT BHtrAIN London Manley Horkina, Conaul-Gen-eral for the Kingdom of Great Britain. Liverpool Ksrold Janion, Consul Bristol Mark Whitwell, Consul Hull W Moran, Consul Newcastle on Tvne E Biesterfeld, Consul Middleaborougb B. C. Atkinson. Falmouth C K Broad, Consul l)over(and the Cinque Ports) Franc; William Pieecotr, Consul Swansea H Bovey, Consul Cardiff H GoMlerg, Consul Edinburgh and Leith E Q Buchauar,, Conscl Glasgow -jtiB Dam, Consnl Dundee J G Zller, L'onsul 1 Dublin R Jas Murphy, Vice-Coneur Queenstown Geo B Dawson, Consul Belfast W A Rose, Consul BRITISH COLONIES. Toronto, Ontario - J E Thompson, Coiieui General; Geo A Shaw, Vice-consul Montreal Dickson Anderson. Consul Kingstonr Ontario Geo Richardson, Vice-Con buI Rimouski, Quetc J N Pouliot Q C, Vice-Con snl St John's. N B Allan O Crookshank,. Consul Yarmouth, N S F.d F Clements, Vic Consul Victoria, B CM P Rithet, Consul . Vancouver, B C E M Beattie, Consu Sydney, N S W W E Dixon, Consul General Brisbane, Queensland Alex B Webster Consul 'Hobart, Tasmania Captain Hon Audley uoote, uonsui Launceston Geo Collins, Vice-Censul -Newcastle, N 8 W W II . -Zloulton, ViceConsul Auckland,N Z D B Cruickshank.Consal Dunedin, N Z Henry Driver, Consul Hongkong, ChjT:a Hon J Johnstone Keswick, Cunsul-General FRANCS AND COLONIES. Paris Alfred Houle, Charge d' Affaires and Consnl-General ; A N H Teyesier Vice-Consul -Marseilles G da Cayla, Consul . Bordeaux Ernest de Boissac, Consul . Diion,HH Vieilhomnne, Consul Li bourne Charles Schaessler, Consul Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul GERMANY. Bremen H.F.Glade, Charge d Affaires and Consul-General Bremen John F Mnller, Consul Hamburg Edward F Weber, Consul Frankfoit-on-Maine Joseph Kopp, Ooa sul Dresden Augustus P Buss Consul Karlsruhe H Muller, Consul AUSTRIA. Vienna Hugo Schonberger, Consui SPAIN AND C0L0XIE3. Barcelona Enrique Minguez, Consul General Cadiz James Shaw, Consul Valencia Julio Solar, Consul Malaga F T De Navarra, Consul; F Gimenez y Navarra, Vice-Consul Cartegena J Paris, Consul LasPalmas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal- cony Quevedo, Consnl ; J Bravo de Laguna, Vice-Consul Santa Cruz A C de las Cas is, Vice- Consul Arecife de Lanzarotte E Morales Rodriguez, Vice-Consul PORTUGAL AND COLONIES. Lisbon A Fereira de Serpa, Consui General Oporto Narciso T M Ferro, Consa Madeira L B F Branco,Con8ul St Michaels A de 8 Moreira, Consul 8t Vincent, Cape de Verde Island- O Martins, Vice-Consul Lagos M J Barbooa, Vice-Consul ITALY. Romt i Genfta Rapheel de LuchiCont?il j Gener&T Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul BELGIUM. Antwexp Victor Forge, Consul-General Ghent E Coppieters, Consul Liege Jules Blanpain, Consul Bruges Emile Van den Brande, Consul SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Stockholm C A Engvalls, Consul General. ' Cbristiaiiia--L Samson, Consul Lvskil H Bergstrom, Vice-Consui Gothembergsr-Guatav Kraak, Y ice Consul JAPAN. Toldo His Excellency R Walker Irwin Minister Resident . Hiogo and Osaka O P Hall, Consul