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TO SWA MILL.
B B A D
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu.. .8:45 1:45 4:35 5:10
Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 5:10 5:56
Arrive Ewa Mill... 9:57 2:57 5:36 6:22
TO HONOLULU.
C B B A
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leave Pearl City..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10
Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:55 4 :5fi 0:45
A Saturdays only.
B Daily.
O Bandar excepted.
D Saturdays excepted .
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
lud Kvery Morning, Except
Sunday, by tha
Hawaiian Gazette Company
At No. 318 Merchant Street.
eCJUSCItlPTIOX KATES:
Thb Daily Pacltio Commercial Advb-
TI8EB (8 PAGES)
Per month 75
Per 3 months ii 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, Semi-Weekly (8
pages Tuesdays and Fridays)
Per year 104 numbers $5 00
Per year, Foreign Countries, 6 00
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertisements unaccompanied by
specific instructions inserted till ordered
Advertisements discontinued before
expiration of specified period will be
charged as if continued for full term.
Liberal allowance on yearly and half
yearly contracts.
Where cuts are inserted they must be
ALL METAL not mounted on wood
otherwise we assume no risk of their pre
servation. GEO. II. PARIS,
Business Manager.
SATURDAY,
MARCH 16, 1895.
TIIE AtJYKKTISKti CAI.KNDA It.
March, 1893.
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bteaiushipa will leavelor and arrive from
tan Francisco, Vancouver and Sydney u
the following dates, till tne close of 15.
AS. AT HONOLULU
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Maripoxa. . ..Mar. 14
Australia... Mar. 18
Miowera Mar. 24
China .April 2
Australia. . .Apr. 8
Arawa Apr. 11
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Peru March 29
Warrituoo. ... Apr. 1
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Gaelic April 2
Miowera May 2
Mariposa May 2
Warrimoo. ..Apr. 24 l
Coptic April 3')
Australia. . .May 3
Alameda May 9
Miowera.. .. May 21
Australia. ...May 27
City Pekicg.. June 1
Mariposa J une 6
Australia... Jane 21
Warrimoo.. June 21
Arawa July 4
Australia July 15
Miowera July 21
Coptic July 10
Alameda ... .Aug. 1
Australia ug. 9
City Peking.. Aug. 10
Warrimoo.. Aug. 24
Mariposa. . ..Aug. 29
Australia Sept. 2
Coptic Sept. 19
Miowera Hept. 24
Arawa Sept. 26
Australia. . .Sept. 30
Australia.... Oct. 21
Warrimoo. ..Oct. 24
Alameda Oct. 21
China Oct. 29
Australia.... Nov. 15
Miowera Nov. 24
Australia May '
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Australia... June 3;
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Miowera July 2
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Warrimoo. . ..Aug. 1
Belgic Aug. 9
Australia... Aug. 14
Arawa. .....Aug. 22
Miowera Aug. 31
Kio Janeiro.. Sept. G
Austraila... bept. 7
Alameda... .Sept. 19
Warrimoo,. ..Oct. 2
Australia... Oct. 2
China Oct. 0
Mariposa Oct. 17
Miowera Nov. 1
Coptic Nov. '
Warrimoo.. . .Dec. 2
City Peking.. Dec. C
1896.
Miowera Jan. 1
Coptic Nov. 28 I
Warrimoo... Dec. 24 ;
City Peking..Dec 23 i
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VKSSELS IX J'HIIT.
MEN OF WAR.
Philadelphia. Cotto;i. r .
MERi'HAXTMK.N.
('1Mb list Ioes not Include coasters.)
Iir Norma, b wen sou, Ciaxton, B C.
Uark Sumatra, lierrv, Hilo.
ych King Cyrus, Chritian3en. Newcastle.
Bktne Amelia. Ward. Port Hlakely.
fthip H F Glade, Hercksen. Liverpool.'
Am schr Golden bbore, Henderson, Ne'c'ie
lis Robert Sudden, Birlboliu. Newcastle.
Uk Newsboy, Mollestad, Newcastle,
lik S C Allen, Thompson, ban iranciaco.
15k C D Bryant, J acobsen, ban Francisco,
bbip Charmer, Holmes, ban Francisco,
bchr W JI Dimond, Nilson, ban Francisco,
bch Transit, Jorgensen, ban Francisco.
Bk Alden Be3se, Potter, Port Blakely.
Ger &tra r dependent, Ahrenkiel, Kclo.
bcJir V F Jewett, Johnson. Puget bound.
rOICKION YS88EI.9 KXPZCIKD.
Vcfsels- Where Iron. Due.
Kch Maid of Orleans.S P. .. .'. Due
Bark Harry Morse. .Newcastle Una
bh Hawaiian Isles ...Newcastle Mar 13
bchr Edward May. ..Boston ... May 16
O b S Australia .ban Francisco. Mar 18
Bak Martha Davis. ..ban Francisco. Mar IS
bh T F Oakps ban Francisco. Mar 21
liktneb G Wilder. , .ban Francisco. Mar 25
bchr Aloha ban Francisco Mar 25
AU1UVALS.
Friday. Maich 10.
II M bb Mariposa. Hayward, from San
Francisco.
bchr W F Jewett. Johnson, from the
Sound.
btnir James Makee. Peterson, from
Hanamaulu.
btmr Waialeale. Sruy the, from Makaweli.
btnir W G Hall, bimerson. from Hawaii
and Maui.
DF.PARTCHFS.
Fbiday. Maich 15.
l: M b b Mariposa, Hayward, for Sydney
via bamoa and Auckland.
btrnr Kilauea Hou, Andrews, for Ho
nohina, Honomu, liakalau and l'ohaku
niana. btmr Janiei Maket. Peterson, for Ma
kaweli. btmr Pfcle. McAllister, for Makaweli.
V SSKl S
Bktne W II
Franci-co.
LIMVI.NH i on .
Dituoud, Neiiion, for ban
IM TOUTS.
Per O S b Mariposa, Mar 15-lu bags po
tatoes, 2 cs limes, 4 cs ham?, 20 cs
oranges, 120 cs apples. 5 cs eggs, 10 cs cat
sup. 10 cs honey, 7 rolls leather, 2 bdls
orange trees.
Per stmr James Makee. Mar 15 2507
bags sugar consigned to 11 Hackfeld & Co.
Per stmr Waialeale, Mar 153100 bags
sugar consigned to W G Irwin & Co.
Per stmr W G Hall, Mar 15 I3W bags
sugar, 5 bags awa, 53 bags cofTee, 28 head
caitle, 37 pkgs hides. 95 pigs sundries.
PA88ENQ2CS.
AfeBIVAI.
From San Francitco. per S S Mariposa,
Maris Honolulu: J C 'J liomas and wife,
O Hindeberg, J H WinchelJ and wife. Miss
Mary J Allen, liev Douglas P Birnie, wife,
child and maid. W P A Brewer. II A Bax
ter, Mrs M F Orandell, Harry W Dimond,
Miss Virginia Duinenberg, Mrs Scott Elder,
Mrs B Freimann, Miss A M Hobbs, Master
T J Higzins. Fred Hall. James Leonard, E
Lewis, Mrs E A McBryde. Mrs V 1 Mars
fen. Miss Neumann, li G Northrup. li H
Phillips. Julius A Palmer, Mrs Peter
bather. Miss A E Schafer.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G
Hall. Mar 15 Volcano: E bchefield. W
1 Taylor, Capt A Compton, C Saltier, A II
! Chanter. G W Edwards, and Dyke Wil
liams. Way ports: Mrs J W Young. Mrs
Burows an"d child, C. Atong, wife and 5
children, W Berlowitz, C Akau, wife and
2 children. Mrs Kaakau, C Akana, Oko and
84 deci.
From Kauai, per stmr Waialeale, Mar
15 MrsTavares, Miss Tavares, and 12 on
deck.
ItOUN.
KEVEN In this city, March 15,
to the wife of T. E. Keren, a son.
l!95,
WHARF AND WAVE.
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DIAMOND HEAD, Mar. 15. 10 P.M.
Weather, clear; wind, high
Northeast.
. The steamer Independent id now
at Brewer's wharf.
The H. F. Glade has commenced
loading sugar for San Francisco.
The Bteam dredge suspended
operations yesterday afternoon.
The island steamers arriving here
report windy weather and heavy
eeas.
The W. G. Hall arrived at 2 p.
m. yesterday with a' large cargo of
sugar and a full passenger list.
Native fisherman have been very
careful about going far beyond the
harbor lately on account the wind.
The Kaala did not sail yesterday
on account of the unfavorable
weather. She will leave on Monday
at 9 a. m.
The O. L. & R. Company loaded
225 tons of coal aboard the Pele
yesterday in six and one-half hours,
where formerly the same amount
took two days.
The Russian squadron- in ' the
Mediterranean has been ordered to
join the equadron in the Pacific
ocean. Admiral Alizeff has been
appointed to augment the Pacific
equadron.
The old whaling bark Stamboul
will sail no more in the Arctic
seas. She has been brought out of
the Oakland, Cal., estuary and will
be broken up for what copper and
firewood there ia in her.
The James Makee arrived yester
day with a cargo of sugar, which
she discharged into the II. F. Glade
now lying at the Inter Island
wharf. At 4 p. m. she sailed for
Makaweli for another cargo.
The O. S. S. Mariposa, Hayward,
master, arrived yesterday morning
at 8 o'clock, having left San Fran-
cisco at 4 p.m. on the Stli instant.
The lateness of one day was caused
by the delay cf the mails on the
Atlantic. The Mariposa sailed at
6 p ni. yesterday.
It has been decided to man the
Yankee cup defender with an
American crew, and Captain Hank
Huff, who sailed the Volunteer
and who took the Vigilant abroad
last summer for George Gould, is
the chosen captain.
Tho bark Martha Davis sailed
from San Francisco for this port
on the 3d inst.; the ship T. F.
Oakes on the 5th ; the barkentine
S. G. Wilder and the schooner
Aloha on the 9th. The brig Lur
line and the bark Annie Johnson
sailed for Hilo on the 4th and 5th
respectively. The schooner Allen
A sailed for Mahukona on the 5th.
The echooner W. F. Jewett,
Johnson, master, arrived yesterday
morning, thirty-six days from the
Sound. - Light winds and calms
was the experience of the vessel up
to within three days of arrival, at
which time stormy weather came
on and continued up to arrival.
The W. F. Jewett is at Dillingham's
wharf. She has a large cargo of
lumber for the railroad, and also
shingles for Allen it Robinson.
The barkentine Katie Fleckenger
arrived from Xahului February
22d, says the San Francisco Exam
iner, and was towed into port by
the Sea King. While towing over
the bar the fresh southwest wind
drove the vessel faster than the
tug. The result was that the tow-
line doubled under the vessel's bot
tom, and when it was pulled taut
again the bight fouled the barken
tiue's rudder. Before it could be
cleared the vessel's steering gear
was considerably damaged.
-
POSITIVE DENIALS.
Work Done for tho Navy at Mare
Island is Not Defective.
Washington, Feb. 22. It is pos
itively denied at the Navy Depart
ment that any report had been
received from Admiral Beardslee,
commanding the Pacific Station
and now at Honolulu, condemning
the character of the work at the
Mare Island Navy Yard, or that
Secretary Herbert has ordered a
investigation of affairs at the navy
yard. It is also Baid that, so far as
the Department is informed the
work done in that yard is fully up
to the standard elsewhere. Touch
ing the report that the Philadel
phia's starboard engines broke
down on the trip to Honolulu, the
Secretary himself has stated that
Admiral Beardslee's report made
no report of any such mishap, but
attributed the delay in the passrge
mainly to inferior coal.
As for the Boston, which is also
cited as an example of bad work,
it is said the vessel has been lying
at the Mare Island Navy lard for
months outof commission, although
ready for service and in good order.
She simply lacks men to make up
a crew.
The Bennington is being held at
Acapulco, according to Admiral
Ramsay, Chief of the Navigation
Bureau, . not because she is not in
perfect order, but because this is a
convenient port at which a vessel
may be ordered at short notice to
proceed either to South or Central
America, or to cross the Pacific.
As for the Yorktown, which is said
to be suffering from leaky boiler
tubes, it is said that this is proba
bly true, but it is not in any sense
a reflection on the character of the
Mare Island work, that the tubes
should leak after the vessel crossed
the Pacific and had been in hard
service on foreign coasts.
Wheat Around the Horn.
New York. Feb. 25. The first
cargo of wheat that has come
around Cape Horn in thirty years,
or since the trans-continental roads
monopolized the trade, is due to
arrive here tomorrow on the ship
Reaper, of Bath, Maine. It consists
of about 2000 tons, and is consigned
to George A. Laekre, of the Produce
Exchange. The Reaper left Port
land, Or., October 4th and towed
down to Astoria to finish loading.
She left Astoria October 11th.
The Baitleshii) Esmeralda.
Mr. Kurino, the Japanese Min
ister, has received a dispatch from
his government announcing the
safe arrival of the Esmeralda, the
battleship purchased from the Chi
lean government, and saying that
her captain and other officers have
received elegant presents from the
government for their action in the
matter. Washington Star.
lamped Ilis Ship.
Just after the arrival of the Mari
posa yesterday a stowaway climbed
down the chain at the stern of the
vessel and, swimming under the
wharf, succeeded in concealing
himself until he got a good chance
to escape. Up to a late hour no
attempt at tracking him down was
successful.
Steamship Line.
Steamers of the above line, running
in connection with the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co., between Vancouver, B. C.
and Sydney, N. S. V., and calling at
Victoria B. C, Honolulu and
Suva Fiji,
Are Due at Honolulu
On or about the dates below etated, viz:
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria
and YancouYer, B. C:
S. 8. "WARRIMOO" April 1
S. S. "MIOWERA" May 2
From Victoria and Vancouver, B. ft, for
Suva and Sydney:
8. S. "WARRIMOO" March 24
S. S. "MIOWERA" March 24
Through tickets issued from Honolulu
to Canada, United States and Europe.
gSFor Freight and Passage and all
general information, apply to
TheoJLDavies 3c Co., L'd.
GENERAL AGENTS.
OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP CO
AnsteliaD Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
ThnNew and Fino'Al Steel Steamship
" ALAMEDA."
01 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.
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
MAKCH 14th,
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared
to issue
THROUGH .TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
CT"For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
GENERAL AGENTS.
OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP CO
Time Table.
LOCAL LINE.
S. 3. AUSTRALIA
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. F. torS.F.
March 18 March 20
April 8 April 13
THROUGH LINE.
From San- Fran,
for Sydney.
Arrive Honolulu.
MA-RTP03A Mar 14
ARAWA April 11
From Sydney for
San Francisco.
Leave Honolulu.
ALAMEDA Apr 4
MARIPOSA May 2
3314-3m
CH1E. 3S1WIK & CQ.'S
Boston Line of Packets.
Shippers will please take
f notice that the
jfCR AMERICAN BARK
JOHN D. UriliWiLil
Leaves New York on or about MAY
15 for this port, if sufficient induce
ment offers.
ftCTTor '"her information, apply to
Chas. Brewer & Co., 27 Kilby St., Boston,
Mass., or to v ,T ,t
C. BREWER & CO. (L'D.),
Honolnln, Agents.
.Republic of Hawaii,
OScid List cf Members and Lcca
tion of Bureaus.
KXECL'TIVK COIWCIL.
Sanford B. Dole, President.
Francis M. Hatch, Minister of Foreigt
Affairs.
James A. King, Minister of Interior.
Samuel M. Damon, Minister of Finance
William O. Smith, Attorney-General.
ADVISORY COtTNCIL.
S'iBoltJ John Emmeluth,
W,TvdlhTenney' Jamea F- Morgan,
t TFAIIe?' Alex. Young,
iosPoendoncrt' JohnNott,
D. B. Smith, John Ena,
F. A. Hosmer, Geo. P. Castle,
O. B. Wood, Jas A. Kennedy,
i m William F. Allen." '
Charles T. Rodgers, Chairman,
f-ecretarv.
Supreme Cocbt.
Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice.
Hon. R. . hiickerton, First Associate
Justice
Hon.W. F . Frear, Secon.l Associate
Justice.
Henry Smith, Chief Clerk.
Geo. Lucas, Deputy Clerk.
C. F. Peterson, Second Deputy Cler
J. Walter Jones, Stenographer.
Circuit Judges.
First Cirrnit i' Whiting.) .
irstuircuit. ju E cooper, f hu-
Second Circuit: (Maui) J. W. Kalua.
Third and Fourth Circuit: (Hawaii) 8.
L. Austin.
Filth Circuit: (Kauai) J. Hardy.
Offices and Court-room m Court House
King street. Sitting in Honolulu
The first Monday in February, Mav
August and iNowmbcr. " '
Depaktmknt or, Fokkion vr aik.
OfBce in Capitol Building, King street
F. M. Hatch, Miuit-ter of Foreiirr
Affairs.
Goo. C. Potter, Hecretarv.
J. W. Girvin, Secretay Ch
A. St. M. Mackintosh.
DiPAilTMfiNT OK THK InTHEIOK
Office in Capitol Building, King
street. '
J. A. Kicg, Minister of the Interior.
Chief Clerk, John A. Hassinger.
Assistant Clerks: James H.Boyd, M. K.
Keohokalole, Stephen Mahaulu,
George C. Ross, Edward 8. Boyd.
Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry.
President: the Minister of Interior. Wm.
G. Irwin, Allan Herbert, John
Eua. Joseph Marsdcn, Commis
sioner and Secretary.
Chiefs of Bureaus, Iktzviok Depart
Surveyor-General, W.D. Alexander.
Supt. Public Works, W. E. Rowell.
Snpt. Water Works, Andrew Brown.
Inspector, Electric Lights, John Cassidv.
Registrar of Conveyances, T. G. Thrum.
Road Supervisor, Honolulu, W. H.Cum
mings .
Chief Engineer Fire Dept., Jas. H.Hunt.
8upt. Insane Asylum, F. 1. Cutter.
Department of Finance.
Office, Capitol Building, King
street.
Minister of Finance, 8. M. Damon.
Auditor-General, U. Laws.
Registrar of Accounts, W. G. Ashley.
Clerk to Finance Office, E. R. Stackable.
Collector-General of Customs, Jas. B.
Castle.
Tax Assessor, Oahu, Jona. Shaw.
Deputy Tax Assessor, W. C. Weedon.
Postmaster-General, J. Mort Oat.
CrsTOMS Bureau.
Office, Custom House, Esplanade, Fort
Etreeu
Collector-General, Jas. B. Castle.
Deputy-Collector, F. B. McStocker.
Harbormaster, Captain A. Fuller.
Poit Surveyor, M. N. Sanders.
Storekeeper, George G. Stratemeyer.
Department of Attorney-Gekeral.
Office in Capitol Building, King
street.
Attorney-General, W. O. Smith.
Deputy Attorn ey-Geneif.l, A. G. M.
Robertson.
Clerk, J. M. Kea.
Marshal, E. G. Hitchcock.
Clerk to Marshal, H. M. Dow.
Deputy 11 Tarshal, Arthur M. Brown.
Jailor Oanu Prison, J. A. Low.
Prison Physician, Dr. N. B. Emerson.
Board of 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 Health.
Office In grounds of Court House Build
ing, corner of Mililani and Queer
streets.
Members Dr. Day, Dr. Wood, N. E.
Emerson, J.T.Waterhoure, Jr., John
Ena, Theo. F. Lansing and Attorney
General Smith.
President Hon. W. O. Smith.
Secretary Chas. Wilcox.
Executive Officer O. B. Reynolds.
Inspector and Manaeer 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 Education.
Court HouFe BuiUling, King street.
President,W. R. Castle.
Secretary, F. J. Scott.
Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson.
District court.
Police Station Building, Mercbant 3tre-
A. Pony, Maelstrate.
Jixrof 'iiiompeon. Clerk
Board of Fire Commissioned
Andrew Brown, JFresident; Goo. W.
Smith,
James H. Hunt, Chief Engineer.
i Con"r and pmHtic ncpre.
i eeutatives of Hawaii Abroad
j IN THK UNITED MTES.
t
United Srates His Ex. L A Thurston.
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary, Wshincton, D C.
Secretary aud Charge d' AITaiies aa ir.
terim F P Hastings
New York E II Allen, Consul-Generai.
San Francisco C T Wilder, Uonsai
General for the Pacific States : Ca'i
fornia, Oregon and Nevada and
Washington J F Soper
Consular Clerk '
Philadelphia Robert H Davis, Consul
San Diego, Cala H P.Wood, Consul
ioston (jtorham D Gilman, Consul
Gen eral
Portland Or-J McCraken, Consul
Port Townsend, Wash James G Swao
Consul
Seattle G R C&rter, Consul
Tacoma, Washington J T Belcher
Acting Consul
MEXICO, CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA.
U 8 of Mexico, Mexico -Col W J D
Gress, Consul-General. R U Baker,
Vice-Consul
Manzanillo Robert James Barney.Con
buI. Peru, Lima F L Crosby, Conscl
Chile, Valparaiso, D Thomas, Charge u
Affaires and Consul-General
loutevideo, Uruguay Conrad Hughes,
Consul
Philippine Islands, Iloilo George She'-
merdine, Consul
Manila Jasper M Wood Consul
Cebu-Georee E A Cadell, Consul
GREAT BRVTAIN.
London Manley Horkins, Conaul-Gen-eral
for the Kingdom of Great
Britain.
Liverpool Harold Janion, Consul
Bristol Mark WhiUell. Consul
Hull W Moran, Consul
Newcastle on Tyne E Biesterfeld..
Consul
Middlesborough B. C. Atkinson.
Falmouth C K Broad, Consul
Dover (and the Cinque Ports) Francij
William Piecott, Consul
Swansea H Hovey, Consul
Cardiff H GoMberg, Consul i
Edinburgh and l.eith E G Buchanan
Conscl
Glasgow j;8 lum, Consul
Dundee J G Zo'.Ier, Consul
Dublin R Jas Murphy,. Vice-Consu:
Queenstown Geo B Dawson,. Consul
Belfast W A Kos&, Consul
BRITI8H COLONIKS.
Toronto, Ontario - J E Thompson, Consul
General; Geo A Shaw, Vice-Consai
Montreal Dickson Anderson, Consul
Kingston, Ontario Geo Richardson,
Vice-CouRul
Rimouski, Quebec J N Pouliot Q C,
Vice-Consul
St John's. SJ Ii Allan O Crookshank,
Consul
Yarmouth, N S Ed F Clements, Vic
Consul
Victoria, B C li P Rithet, Consul
Vancouver, B C E M Beattie, Consu
Sydney, N S W W E Dixon, Consul
General
Melbourne,Victoria G N Oakley, Consu
Brisbane, Queensland Alex B Webster
Consul
Hobart, Tasmania Captain Hon Audley
Coot, Consul
Launceston Geo Collins. Vice-Censu?
Newcastle, N H W W li Moulton..
Vice-Consul
Auckland.N Z D B Cruickshank.Consttl
Dunedin, N Z Henry Driver, Consul
Hongkong, China Hon J Johnstone
Keswick, Consul-General
FRANCE AND COLONIES.
Paris Alfred Houle, Charge d' Affaires
and Consul-General ; A N HTeyesier
Vice-Consul
Marseilles G du Cayla, Consul
Bordeaux Ernest de Boissac, Consul
Dijon, HH Vieilhomnne, Consul
Libourne Charles Schaessler, Consui
Tahiti, Papeete F A Bonet, Consul
GERMANY.
Bremen H.F.Glade, Charge d' Affaires
and Consul-General
Bremen John F Muller, Consul
Hamburg Edward F Weber, Consul
Frankfoit-on-Maine Joseph Kopp, Con
sul
Dresden Augustus P Russ Consul
Karlsruhe 11 Muller, Consul
AUSTRIA.
Vienna Uugo Schonberger, Cousn
SPAIN AND COLONIES.
Barcelona Enrique Minguez, Consul
General
Cadiz James Shaw, Consul
Valencia Julio Solar, Consul
Malaga F T De Navarra, Consul; F
Gimenez y Navarra, V ice-Consul
Cartegena J Paris, Consul
LasPalmas, Gran Canaria Louis Fal
couy Quevedo, Consul ; J Bravo d
Laguna, Vice-Consul
Santa Cruz A C de las Casas, Vice
Consul Arecife de Lanzarotle E Morale?
Rodriguez, Vice-Coubul
PORTUGAL AND COLONIES,
Lisbon A Fereira de Serpa, Conaul
General Oporto Narciso T M Ferro, Con3U
Madeira L B F Branco,Consul
St Michaels A de 8 Moreira, Consul
St Vincent, Cape de Verde Islands
O Martins, Vice-Consul
Lagos M J Barbosa, Vice-Coneul
ITALY.
Rome
Genoa Raphael de Lucbi, Consul
Palermo Angelo Tagliavia, Consul
NETHERLANDS.
Amsterdam D H Schmull, Consul
General Dordrecht P J Bouwman, Consul
BELGIUM.
Antwerp 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.
Cbristiania L Samson, Consul
Lyskil H Bergstrom, Vice-Consui
Gotbemberg Gustav Kraak, Vice
Consul JAPAN.
Tokio His Excellency R Walker Irwin
Minister Resident
Hiogo and Osaka C P Hall, Consul

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