Sessional Papers - 1928

SESSIONAL PAPERS LAID BEFORE THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF HONG KONG 1928

Table of Contents

1. British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, 1924 and 1925

Final accounts of the Hong Kong Section of the

2. Estimates of Expenditure

Abstract Showing the Differences Between the approved Estimates for 1928 and the Estimates of Expenditure for 1929

3. Jurors

List for 1928

4. Move of the Shing Mun Villages

Report on the

5. Vehicular Ferry, Hong Kong - Kowloon

Report on the

6. Water Supply, Hong Kong

Report on the

 

HONG KONG.

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION, WEMBLEY, 1924 AND 1925.

No. 1928

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HONG KONG, 16th August, 1927.

SIR,

1. We have the honour to submit herewith the final accounts of the Hong Kong Section of the Wembley Exhibition. Payments dealing with both years continued to be made and received into this current year, and the closing of the accounts and the submission of this report have been delayed in consequence.

2. The accounts for 1924 and 1925 are submitted separately. For the first year on an original total estimate of cost of $550,000 it will be noted that there remains a balance in hand of $503.05.

The estimate for the second year was calculated in Sterling and £25,000 was voted for expenses; in addition a repayable advance of $100,000 was made for financing the business side of the Section. A total sum of $216,500 on expenses account, plus $100,000 on Trading Account was received by the Treasurers, Messrs. Lowe, Bingham & Matthews, from the Government, and after refunding the advance of $100,000 (of which $20,000 was paid in July 1927 after the accounts were closed) there remains to the credit of the Government a sum of $2,501.47 with interest accrued.

3. Two matters call for special comment. Hopes were entertained that the Hong Kong Buildings would at the close of the Exhibition be saleable perhaps as a part of a new enterprise to continue Wembley, perhaps to the London & North Eastern Railway, whose siding they adjoined. Neither hope was realised and Wembley provided such a mass of material to dispose of, that nothing could be done with the buildings even as a housebreaking proposition. The Hong Kong Section stood on ground which was not British Empire Exhibition property but was held on short lease from the Railway and our sub-lease conditions required that the structures should be removed and the ground restored to its original condition within 6 months of the close of the Exhibition. In the circumstances it is even fortunate that during 1926 we were able to hand over the "Street" and the liabilities to the liquidators of the British Empire Exhibition at no cost. The hutments in which the contingent was housed were on a different footing: the con- tract was a hire contract under which the buildings as they stood finally reverted to the

contractor.

The second point concerns a suggested subvention from British Empire Exhibition Funds of £1,700. This was an offer conveyed through the Secretary of State on the eve of the departure of the contingent from the Colony: and was entirely outside the Estimates.

The Honourable,

THE COLONIAL SECRETARY,

Hong Kong.

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The money was never paid: and a very pressing request from the British Empire Exhibition Authorities that we should forego it was duly forwarded to Hong Kong, with the suggestion that the matter deserved favourable consideration but should remain in abeyance until it was seen how the Colony's Exhibition Account shaped when closed. In the bankrupt condition of the British Empire Exhibition finances, it seems useless to carry the matter further.

4. It is not possible to make any useful comparison between the work and the ex- penditure of the two years, as the conditions were essentially different, apart from the fact that the cost of buildings fell almost entirely on the 1924 account. In that year all the Hong Kong exhibitors financed their own supplies of stock, fixed their own prices, and were entitled to the return less various agreed percentages: all expenses including freight and wages were a charge on the Exhibition Vote. With such favourable condi- tions, added to the enthusiasm evoked by the Exhibition in 1924 throughout the Empire, there is reason to think that the large majority of our exhibitors had no reason to regret their participation.

In 1925, the financing of stock and the whole conduct of the sales of the Section was made the direct business of the Government, all the Chinese employed being on fixed salaries with no further financial interest in the Exhibition. The whole atmosphere had however changed between 1924 and 1925 (as will be explained later), and the strike and boycott conditions obtaining in Kwong Tung made it impossible to renew supplies as had been done in 1924. Nearly all the favourable conditions of 1924 were absent: and while our original consignment of goods (well selected by Messrs. Harry Wicking and Company, the official buying agents) found a reasonably ready sale no replace- ments were possible. Even with that one consignment we had at the beginning to break down the reputation for exorbitant charges which was a legacy from 1924: indeed it was a realisation of the danger of allowing the reputation to continue that was partly responsible for making 1925 a purely Government effort, with prices kept within bounds. Later on, it became rather a question of withholding certain lines of goods, to prevent the shops standing empty, as dealers made efforts to buy practically the whole stock. They had begun by charging us with underselling them at uneconomical rates our answer was to lay our figures before them, and to challenge proof of the charge. The challenge was not accepted for our replacement difficulty became early apparent and if our stocks in hand could be got out of the way, there was no further danger from us. Facts and figures prepared against enquiries were rendered useless by the new condi- tions at this end, and interest at once faded when there was no answer to the first question asked which was always the probable date of delivery.

5. The British Isles as a whole took a very much smaller interest in the British Empire Exhibition in 1925 than had been shewn in 1924. An enormous organisation. of excursions by train and char á banc and bus was an outstanding feature of 1924: all roads led to Wembley and in addition to the general traffic, very large numbers of schools and similarly coherent bodies were personally conducted through the Exhibition. (Parties were invariably labelled from a very early stage, a necessary precaution to facilitate the recovery of waifs and strays). Remarkable public enthusiasm was shewn in the first year, but the methods of advertisement and propaganda which were then so successful failed to keep the 1925 interest at the same standard. The transport com- panies could not take again the risks of dislocating their ordinary arrangements: and excursions to holiday resorts and the seaside again assumed their usual proportion.

6. The general atmosphere surrounding the 1925 Exhibition did not make for a public attendance on the 1924 scale. There had been an unfortunate delay in deciding to repeat the Exhibition: and meanwhile the British Isles Exhibitors removed their Exhibits, and were not prepared to incur the great expense of reinstating them. The Palace of Engineering, in 1924 a feature that it will be hard ever to equal, was empty except for the Railway Centenary Exhibition in one small section and a few aeroplanes in another: with Ford Trucks and Cars being constructed in yet another. These exhibits left the enormous Palace practically empty, and though another section became barracks for the troops employed in the Tattoo, it was still a desert. The Palace of Industry on the other hand was moderately full, but compared with 1924 it was sparsely occupied and the whole standard of exhibits was much lower. On the grounds generally, a very large number of the kiosques, and of the smaller shops round the Entrance Arcade and on London Bridge, were unoccupied throughout 1925. An attraction of a new kind was however provided by the Military Tattoo which day after day filled the enormous seating accommodation of the Stadium with unqualified success.

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7. The burden of 1925 therefore rested very largely on the Dominions and such Colonies and Protectorates as were represented. It must be confessed that 1924 had not been without its disappointments: which were felt most keenly by the Dominions. The Exhibition Authorities (not to be too closely identified with the Government) had their own view of the Exhibition, and their efforts were largely directed to reducing the prob- able calls on the guarantors by increasing the gate receipts and using to the full all opportunities for making direct revenue: the Dominions- and the Colonies had not participated in any hope of a direct or an immediate return. This divergence of view left the highly qualified Trade Commissioners to blaze their own track: and it was well into the 1924 Season before it was realised that they were expected to take action for them- selves, if action was to be taken at all. It was little use waiting at the Exhibition Offices for individual enquiries to be made: something larger was required in the way of organised discussion with representative bodies of trading interests and this the Trade Commis- sioners had to organise in all its details, and it was late in 1924 before their efforts began to show results. These were however sufficiently encouraging to justify them in deciding to make a further year's use of the large capital already involved, the experience of 1924 being the guarantee that it would be used to its full advantage.

1925 therefore started on an entirely new footing: the Dominions took a much more important place: and the efforts of their representatives were directed towards making a fuller use of the broader possibilities of the Exhibition. And the results they hoped for are it would seem by way of being realised: the encouragement of Empire Settlement especially owed a good deal to Wembley 1925, and much good quiet work was completed for which the altered atmosphere of the second year was necessary.

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8. But the conditions as affecting Hong Kong individually were peculiarly unfor- tunate: and they were focussed on the troubles in China. It is true however to say that the Colony had no expectation of any immediate visible return for its money: and that a patriotic desire to claim its place as a "member of the family" was the deciding factor when the principle of participation was originally accepted. In 1925 there was less immediate reason than ever for the Colony to be represented: but with the British Isles doing so little, as already explained, the enterprise of the Dominions required support. The extension to 1925 secured the backing of the British Government and its blessing, but India, Burma, some large and a number of smaller colonies, still dropped out. effort was therefore called for to hold the rest together if only by way of justifying the retention of the title of British Empire Exhibition. Hong Kong fell into line: for the coming events of 1925 had not yet cast their shadow on the Colony. The decision to participate was a desire to take our share in supporting the one great advertising and propaganda effort the Empire as a whole has ever made: and it remains to be seen whether that effort was justified. It is too early yet for the cause to have had its full effect: but utterances of Ministers in England and the Dominions show a confidence that the broader Imperial objects were attained and Hong Kong had no narrower motive. The British Empire Exhibition provided "a solid foundation for the Imperial Building that had throughout formed its central idea": and the proper use of this foundation has yet to be made.

9. The Hong Kong Committee, which was a Joint Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce and the Chinese Chamber of Commerce was constituted as follows:-

The late Mr. P. H. Holyoak (Chairman),

Hon. Sir Shou Son Chow, Kt.,

Sir Robert Ho Tung, Kt.,

Hon. Mr. R. H. Kotewall, C.M.G., LL.D.,

Mr. E. Cock,

Mr. W. Nicholson, and

Mr. T. N. Chau and the late

Mr. D. K. Blair (later Mr. M. F. Key),

(Joint Hon: Secretaries),

and under Mr. Holyoak's enthusiastic leadership did much heavy work in all the preliminary organisation. The accuracy of the estimates, and the smoothness with which all detail in Hong Kong ran after the British Empire Exhibition opened is evidence of their thoroughness. The Chinese Chamber, in addition to the Joint Committee,

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appointed a Special Committee of its own, which under the indefatigable Mr. Ip Lan Tsun as Secretary (he later accompanied the 1924 contingent to London) did a mass of work in clearing and settling the detail, collecting the personnel, and arranging the contracts. No further meetings were necessary after the contingents left the Colony, and it became a matter in Hong Kong of detailed work within the lines laid down. This heavy task was undertaken by Messrs. Lowe, Bingham & Matthews, and most efficiently done-Reference to their services is made later on.

10. The London Committee was :-

Sir Newton Stabb, Mr. W. Chatham, Mr. H. W. Bird, Mr. S. H. Dodwell, Mr. R. M. Dyer, Mr. H. W. Robertson, Mr. L. N. Leefe, and Mr. C. H. P. Hay (Hon Secretary),

and a complicated and difficult task it was that they undertook, to have everything ready for the contingent on its arrival, which necessarily was only a short time before the Exhibition was due to open. Working at long range to keep in touch with Hong Kong requirements in a business in which there were no precedents, the satisfactory completion of their task involved the most arduous labour, and very delicate handling of the complicated interests involved in the Exhibition. Mr. C. H. P. Hay as Hon: Secretary carried the "heavy end" throughout: his whole time was devoted to the work, which beyond all the details of leases, building contracts, general organisation, and diplomatic dealing, called for many visits of long hours in the atrocious weather preced- ing the Spring of 1924 to the marshy wilderness that later became Wembley. It is not possible to overrate his energy and good work in the Colony's interests, and we know that in so saying we are voicing the opinion of Sir N. J. Stabb, O.B.E., and the Home Committee. During the two years' currency of the Exhibition Mr. Hay was always ready and available to give advice and assistance :-as indeed was the whole Committee. Fortunately however it was rarely necessary to trouble others than Mr. Hay and the Chairman Sir Newton Stabb: who as was only to be expected never spared himself and was a tower of strength throughout.

11. The original conception of the "Hong Kong Street" is to be credited to Mr. H. W. Bird, and the work of designing it and of seeing it carried into effect was through- out personally directed by him. Mr. Bird's holiday to England early in 1924 fortunately for us enabled him to combine the views of the Hong Kong and the London Committees. Practical requirements were embodied with no sacrifice of the essential local colouring: and the generally artistic design of the Hong Kong Pavilion became one of the outstand- ing features of the Exhibition Architecture.

12. The general health of the contingents through both years was remarkably good; under conditions where trouble in this respect need have occasioned no surprise. The credit for this satisfactory state of things belongs to Dr. O. Marriott, who organised a complete medical system which could have dealt with any emergency, and who paid frequent visits to the Section and the Quarters, and knew (we believe) the health con- dition of every member of both contingents.

13. The financial and accounting work of both years was entrusted to Messrs. Lowe, Bingham and Matthews: a particularly convenient arrangement for us in view of the Firm's establishments in London and in Hong Kong. Mr. Fleming at this end, and Mr. Layton and Mr. Ballard in London took the closest personal interest in the success of the enterprises, and from the beginning to the end did a great deal of work far beyond the limits of treasury work. At this end they performed all the duties of an Export Firm and in 1924 when each exhibitor was an independent merchant, and each required a separate and very detailed account and check, this became a particularly arduous business which has involved correspondence, research, interviews, and disputes, well into 1927. Much of the work was properly secretarial only: Messrs. Lowe, Bingham and Matthews in fact became the Exhibition Agents, and accepted and performed with complete efficiency the whole duty. The requirements of London differed in character, but were even more exacting. In 1924 the scheme involved the opening of separate accounts for all exhibitors, and elaborate stock taking checks for the calculation of per- centages, and much work (and no little dispute) about transport and storage charges (which were payable by each exhibitor from the time of the ship's arrival in England): while in 1925, though the administration was simplified by the fact that all stocks were

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Government property, settling the details of prices and watching and checking the supplies became an additional labour. Messrs. Layton and Ballard by no means stopped even at this point: their advice in all matters and their practical assistance in any work could be confidently counted upon, and they spent many busy days and nights at the Hong Kong Section. After the closing of the Exhibition in 1925, they were with the approval of Sir N. J. Stabb, left in charge of all the remaining interests of Hong Kong. The weight of the work of the Exhibition at both ends, Hong Kong and London, was thus in fact carried by Messrs. Lowe, Bingham and Matthews.

14. A very harmonious team was completed by the inclusion of Messrs. J. D. Hewett & Co., 101 Leadenhall Street, who dealt with all transport and storage questions. in England: an unusually difficult problem in 1924, but somewhat simplified (principal- ly as the result of their experience and advice and partly on account of the altered system,) in 1925. Messrs. Duffett and Jones also went far out of their way to ensure smooth working, and it was a real pleasure to be associated with such colleagues and to feel always confident that efficient action would be taken without delay.

15. No reference to Hong Kong at Wembley would be complete without a reference to Mr. George Duncan. The Hong Kong and Whampoa Docks did much for the Section, but nothing comparable to the loan of Mr. Duncan's services. He was every- where all the time, and little came amiss to him: from designing and carrying out. building alterations to supplying the material from nowhere (something of a special art): from constructing "Hong Kong by Day" with Wembley mud, a few bits of firewood, and a Flyosan Squirt, to finding men and getting efficient work from them when the whole of the rest of the Exhibition area was throttled by strikes and union rules from making the Section considered unhealthy by the unlicensed hawker fighting gangs-a real pest of Wembley for some time-to showing the Commissionaires how best to regulate traffic: Mr. Duncan was never found wanting. There was little that went on in the Section or in the Quarters unknown to him and his advice on such a foundation was of course invaluable. He has done much other work for the benefit of the Hong Kong Community in his time: and it gave real pleasure to the Colony to learn when Wembley was over that he had been appointed a member of the Order of the British Empire.

16. It remains to make mention of the Certificates to Exhibitors issued by the Exhibition Authorities..

A Diploma and a Special Certificate of Honour were issued to Lady Ho Tung for the Silk Worm Exhibit-admittedly as interesting and as well staged an exhibition of its kind as could be found in the whole Exhibition. The whole of Lady Ho Tung's time for a long period before departure from Hong Kong was taken up with the difficult task of organising this Exhibit: workers had to be employed and trained, machinery arranged, cocoons provided and schemes devised for sending eggs and cocoons safely to England through all the different climates concerned. In England Lady Ho Tung personally supervised every detail, and spent many days and nights with her women seeing that nothing had been overlooked, and superintending the welfare of her family of some 20 workers was by no means her lightest task. Conduct and discipline were exemplary: and perfect organisation of an attractive idea did the rest. The great success of the "Hong Kong Silkworms was due entirely to Lady Ho Tung's initiative and continuous supervision: and this exhibit had in its turn a very important bearing on the success of the whole Hong Kong Section.

A diploma was also issued to Mr. Cheung Tsoi of the Oxford St. Chinese Restaurant, who managed the whole of the Exhibition Restaurant during 1925. It is hard to say what we should have done without his ready co-operation, and his energy and ability in the face of many unexpected difficulties.

The Exhibition Certificates of Honour (with medal) was secured for all separate Exhibitors in 1924, 39 in all. These certificates and medals were retained pending the closing of the Exhibitors account: but have now been issued with the exception of three where moneys still due have had to be classed as bad debts.

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17. After the close of the Exhibition in 1925, and at the request of H.M. the Queen, the Imperial Institute was supplied with samples of Hong Kong Exports, according to a selection made by the Institute Authorities themselves. The Dock Co. also generously acceded to the suggestion that the large model of their Docks should be presented.

A further request from the Institute, received through Sir Newton Stabb, that the Colony should construct and present a new and improved panorama, showing the Colony both by Day and by Night is receiving consideration: but must no doubt wait a little for better times.

18. The following documents are enclosed:--

(i) Accounts covering period 15th November, 1923-31st December, 1926. (ii) Accounts covering period 27th February, 1925-31st December, 1926.

The details of the accounts in Hong Kong and in London are kept pending instruct- ions as to audit.

We have the honour to be,

Sir,

Your obedient servants,

R. HO TUNG,

SHOUSON CHOW,

Honorary Assistant Commissioners.

E. R. HALLIFAX, Commissioner.

NOTE. To avoid the further delay necessitated by the audit of the accounts some of which are in London and some in Hong Kong, the accounts are published subject to Audit.

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BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

HONG KONG SECTION.

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS SHOWING HOW THE GOVERNMENT GRANT HAS BEEN EXPENDED.

TO CONSTRUCTION

$288,226.03

By GOVERNMENT GRANT

$550,000.00

FREIGHT

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42,423.83

PASSAGES & MAINTENANCE

WAGES

CLERICAL EXPENSES

55

PUBLICITY & ADVERTISING

COMMITTEES EXHIBIT

GENERAL EXPENSES

ENTERTAINMENT & PRESENTATIONS

66,051.37

107,630.68

26,712.68

8,015.74

6,756.46

14,341.06

4,663.56

COMMISSION ON SALES

SUNDRY-WEMBLEY RECEIPTS

23,855.67

3,198.11

PASSAGES REFUNDED

3,040.22

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INTEREST

3,412.92

SUNDRY HONG KONG RECEIPTS

194.72

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EXHIBITORS ACCOUNTS RECEIVED AND REPAID

12,956.39

FREIGHT REBATES RECOVERED

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2,091.38

CLAIMS PAID

73.03

EXHIBITORS ACCOUNTS & ALLOWANCES BALANCE IN HAND

33,351.92

503.05

$598,749.41

$598,749.41

Prepared by us from the Hong Kong Books and the Returns from Lowe, Bingham & Matthews, the Committee's Accountants and Treasurers at Wembley.

LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS. Chartered Accountants.

Hong Kong, 15th February, 1927.

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BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

HONG KONG SECTION.

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS IN LONDON AND HONG KONG FROM 15TH NOVEMBER, 1923 TO 31ST DECEMBER, 1926.

RECEIPTS,

LONDON £.

@ 2/33.

HONG KONG.

TOTAL.

Government Grant

$550,000.00

Commission on Sales

Silk Worm Exhibit

£2,721. 0. 9. 6.10. 8.

$ 23,855.67

$550,000.00

23,855.67

57.28

Process Workers

Postcards

Sundry Receipts

104.11. 3.

192.12.10.

916.71

57.28

916.71

1,688.91

1,688.91

3. 7. 1.

29.41

56.69

86.10

Interest on Deposits and Bank Accounts

157. 3. 7.

1,378.01

2,034.91

3,412.92

Cancelled Passages-Refunds

346.15. 6.

3,040.22

3,040.22

Claims recovered from Insurance Companies

138.03

138.03

Expenses repaid by European Exhibitors

1,557.56

1,557.56

London Debts repaid by Exhibitors

3,412.00

3,412.00

Freight Rebates from Shipping Companies

1,170.10

1,170.10

Freight Rebates recovered from Exhibitors

Exhibitors accounts from London

921.28

7,986.83

921.28

7,986.83

Remittances to London from Hong Kong Less returned

£48,500

1,730

46,770. 0. 0.

409,532.56

409,532.56

Exchange Adjustment-Fractional

Difference between actual cost i.c. $409,532,56

Ex. 2/3.4088 and equivalent of £46,770 @ 2/33

505.80

505.80

£50,302. 1. 8.

$441,004.57

$567,277.40

$1,008,281.97

Prepared by us from the Hong Kong Books and the Returns from Lowe, Bingham & Matthews, the Committee's Accountants and Treasurers at Wembley

Hong Kong, 15th February, 1927.

LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS,

Chartered Accountants.

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS IN LONDON AND HONG KONG FROM 15TH NOVEMBER, 1923 TO 31ST DECEMBER, 1926.

PAYMENTS.

LONDON £. = $ @ 2/33.

HONG KONG,

TOTAL.

GRAND TOTALS.

CONSTRUCTION :—

Cost of Buildings, Supervision etc.

£31,862. 6. 5.

$279,340.89

2,686.68

$282,027.57

Equipment

113. 6. 5.

993.50

993.50

Furniture and Fittings

297. 7. 4.

2,607.05

2,607.05

Bonus to Mr. Duncan

150. 0. 0.

1,315.07

1,282.84

2,597.91

$288,226.03

FREIGHT

478. 1. 4.

4,191.27

38,232.56

42,423.83

42,423.83

PASSAGES AND MAINTENANCE ON VOYAGES

744.18. 7.

6,530.89

59,520.48

66,051.37

66,051.37

WAGES:-

Servants, Fokis, Clerks and Process Workers Subsistence and Maintenance

3,345.14. S.

29,332.44

13,649.48

42,981.92

7,340.17.10.

64,358.50

64,358.50

National Health and Unemployment Insce.

33. 2. 2.

290.26

290.26

107,630.68

CLERICAL EXPENSES:

Accountants, Treasurers and Clerks

Hon. Secretary's Expenses

PUBLICITY AND ADVERTISING

COMMITTEE'S EXHIBIT, FREIGHT AND EXPENSES

GENERAL EXPENSES:-

Stationery, Labels etc.,

Bank Charges

1,705.14. 1.

14,954.12

7,375.00

22,329.12

500. 0. 0.

4,383.56

4,383.56

26,712.68

821.11. 3.

7,202.74

813.00

8,015.74

8,015.74

58. 2. 4.

509.52

6,246.94

6,756.46

6,756.46

91. 2. 6.

798.92

1,386.30

2,185.22

7.15. 3.

68.05

68.05

Telephone

Coal

General Charges

Postages, Cables and Telegrams

Insurance

Light, Gas and Water

ENTERTAINMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS

CLAIMS PAID TO EXHIBITORS

REMITTANCES TO LONDON LESS RETURNED £46,770

BALANCE IN HONG KONG AND SHANGHAI BANK

563.13. 3.

4,941.70

594.85

5,536.55

77. 1. 2.

675.58

675.58

100.18. 7.

884.86

65.35

950.21

92.11. 6.

811.62

811.62

148. 5. 4.

1,299.87

263.82

1,563.69

290.17. 6.

2,550.14

2,550.14

14,341.06

531.18. 9.

4,663.56

4,663.56

4,663.56

73.03

73.03

73.03

EXHIBITORS' ALLOWANCES AND LONDON BALANCES OF EXPENSES PAID

946.15. 5.

8,300.46

25,051.46

409,532.56

503.05

33,351.92

409,532.56

503.05

33,351.92

409,532.56

503.05

£50,302 1. 8

$441,004.57

$567,277.40

$1,008,281.97

$1,008,281.97

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

HONG KONG SECTION.

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS IN HONG KONG FROM 15TH NOVEMBER, 1923 TO 31ST DECEMBER, 1926.

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RECEIPTS.

To GRANT FROM HONG KONG GOVERNMENT

PAYMENTS.

$550,000.00

By GENERAL EXPENDITURE:

INTEREST ON FIXED DEPOSITS AND CURRENT ACCOUNT

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2,034.91

Freight to London on Exhibits and Exhibitors Goods Passages of Personnel

$ 38,232.56

59,520.48

CLAIMS RECEIVED FROM INSURANCE COMPANIES

138.03

Wages paid in Hong Kong

Accountancy and Clerical Expenses

13,649.48

7,875.00

Allowance to Mr. Duncan-Supervision

1,282.84

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SUNDRY EXPENSES RECOVERED

56.69

Stationery

$ 1,386.30

Advertising

813.00

EXHIBITORS' ACCOUNTS FROM LONDON

7,986.83

Insurance

263.82

Cables

65.35

LONDON EXPENSES REPAID BY EUROPEAN EXHIBITORS

General Expenses

594.85

$ 1,557.56

3,123.32

LONDON DEBTS PAID BY EXHIBITORS

3,412.00

123,183.68

4,969.56

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CONSTRUCTION-Local Purchases, Freight etc.,

2,686.68

FREIGHT REBATES FROM SHIPPING COMPANIES

1,170.10

COMMITTEES' EXHIBIT, Ivory & Other purchases $ 4,446.94 ALLOWANCE TO MR. W. SINCLAIR

1,800.00

FREIGHT REBATES RECOVERED FROM EXHIBITORS

921.28

6,246.94

2,091.38

CLAIMS PAID TO EXHIBITORS

73.03

SPECIAL RESTAURANT EXPENSES

15,000.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

147,190.33

EXHIBITORS ALLOWANCES AND LONDON BALANCES

10,051.46

REMITTANCES TO LONDON

Less returned

£48,500 cost

1,730

£46,770

$424,101.40

14,568.84

409,532.56

BALANCE IN BANK

$567,277.40

+

503.05

$567.277.40

1924

August 24

1925

January 31

Dec. 31

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

HONG KONG SECTION.

HONG KONG COMMITTEE IN ACCOUNT WITH ACCOUNTANTS AND TREASURERS, LONDON.

TO REPAYMENT OF ADVANCES MADE BY CROWN AGENTS

T. T. REMITTANCE TO HONG KONG.

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EXHIBITORS

DEBIT

BALANCES

TRANSFERRED TO HONG KONG for

COLLECTION.

EXHIBITORS

DEBIT

BALANCES

TRANSFERRED TO HONG KONG FOR COLLECTION,

509. 7. 2.

Less Transferred from Exhibi- tors Account July 1924

1926

Feb. 28

T. T. REMITTANCE TO HONG KONG. TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS IN LON- DON, AS PER DETAILED ACCOUNT

London, 31st March, 1926.

£.

s. d

£.

s. d.

£. s. d.

£.

s. d.

Nov.

1923

16

24,800. 0. 0.

By AMOUNT RECEIVED BY LONDON COMMITTEE FROM HONG KONG

10,000. 0. 0.

1,000. 0. 0.

1924

February

AMOUNT RECEIVED BY CROWN AGENTS

10,000. 0. 0.

20,000. 0. 0.

March 21

""

500. 0.10.

April 15

""

May

5

May

26

June

12

April

13

REMITTANCE FROM CROWN AGENTS. REMITTANCE FROM CROWN AGENTS. REMITTANCE FROM CROWN AGENTS. REMITTANCE FROM CROWN AGENTS. REMITTANCE FROM CROWN AGENTS. REMITTANCE FROM CROWN AGENTS DIRECT TO SIR ROBERT MCALPINE AND SON

1,000. 0. 0.

1,000. 0. 0.

2,000. 0. 0.

2,000. 0. 0.

2,000. 0. 0.

8,100. 0. 0.

1. 2. 6.

June

10

""

508. 4. 8.

REMITTANCE FROM CROWN AGENTS DIRECT TO SIR ROBERT MCALPINE AND SON

4,700. 0. 0.

7,800. 0. 0.

730. 0. 0.

49,355. 6. 3.

July

August

September

11

""

""

""

REMITTANCE FROM HONG KONG

REMITTANCE FROM HONG KONG REMITTANCE FROM HONG KONG TOTAL NET RECEIPTS IN LONDON AS PER DETAILED ACCOUNT

AMOUNT RECEIVED FROM CHINESE

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE A/C. SHE..

19,000. 0. 0.

10,000. 0. 0.

8,500. 0. 0.

3,532. 1. 8.

61.10. 1.

£76,893.11. 9.

£76,893.11. 9.

(Sgd.)

LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS, Accountants and Treasurers.

11

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12

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

HONG KONG Section.

SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS ON ACCOUNT HONG KONG COMMITTEE.

SCHEDULES.

1

Construction Account

2.

Equipment Account

3.

Furniture and Fittings

4.

Subsistence of Chinese

5.

Wages

6.

Insurance

7.

8.

General Expenses

Advertising and Publicity

s. d.

31,862. 6. 5

113. 6. 5

297. 7. 4

7,340.17.10.

3,345.14. 8.

148. 5. 4

821.11. 3.

563.13. 3.

£.

9.

Travelling Expenses

744.18. 7

10.

Stationery

91. 2. 6.

11.

Telephones

77. 1. 2

12.

Postages

13.

Coal

14.

Light Gas and Water

15.

Cables and Telegrams

29. 3. 0

92.11. 6.

290.17. 6.

71.15. 7.

16.

Bank Interest and Charges

7.15. 3

17.

National Health and Unemployment Insurance

33. 2. 2

18.

Accountants and Treasurers Fees

1,705.14. 1.

19.

Entertainment Account

490.18. 9.

20.

Presentation to Royalty

41. 0. 0

:

21.

Expenses of Mr. C. H. P. Hay

500. 0. 0.

22.

Bonus to Mr. Duncan, authorised by Committee

150. 0. 0

23.

Freight on Goods reshipped to Hong Kong

478. 1. 4

24.

Freight Charges A/c. Committee

58. 2. 4.

£49,355. 6. 8.

(Sgd.) LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS,

London, 31st March, 1926.

:

:

V

+

13

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

HONG KONG SECTION.

SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS ON ACCOUNT HONG KONG COMMITTEE.

SCHEDULE.

25.

Commission on Sales

26.

Silkworm Exhibit

27.

Process Workers

28.

Postcards

888

29.

Sundry Receipts

30

Bank Interest

31.

Cancelled Passages, refunds

(Sgd.) LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS,

London, 31st March, 1926.

£. s. d

2,721. 0.9

6.10. S

104.11. 3.

192.12.10

3. 7. 1.

157. 3. 7

346.15. 6.

£3,532. 1. S.

.

14

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

HONG KONG SECTION.

LIST OF EXHIBITORS TAKINGS, AS RETURNED TO THE COMMITTEE,

FOR THE PERIOD OF THE EXHIBITION.

23RD APRIL, 1924

то

Chinese Restaurant

The Sincere Co., Ltd.

Nanyang Bros. Tobacco Co., Ltd.

Siu Ying Chow

Swatow Trading Co.

China Product Co.

Wing On Co., Ltd.

Chip Chang Khoon Kee Yue Lee Yuen

Hipson Co.

Hipson Co., K. C. Chiu

Great China Corporation

Wah King Trading Co.

Hong Hing Yung Hong

Yee Chun

Vermillion Hong

Koon Yick

A. Fong

Sun Tak Loong

Kung Shun

Chun Hing

Hip Fat Ho

Wah Lam (Wallan & Co.)

Wah Mee Co. (Hwamer & Co.).

Yue Hau Loong

Po Sam On

Hang Chung Shing

Tung King Scaffolding B. Assn.

Shing Yuk

Chung Ying Co.

Cheong Tai Cheong Wo Kee

Wah Char Co.

Wun Man & Co.

Hong Kong Rattan Furniture Co.

Ho Chun Kee

Wang Hing

Shing Yueng Co.

China Commercial Agency Co.

Exhibition Committee

King Kee

Fook Weng

FIRM'S NAME.

31st Ocт., 1924

£.

s. d.

13,898.15.10.

250.14. 0. 542. 5. 4. 720. 6. 1. 1,449.18.10 808. 4. 2. 181. 7. 1. 131.10. 0. 5,776.15. 2. 2,028. 5. 4.

1,181. 8.10.

1,287.12. 9. 1,101.16. 3.

1,935. 9. 4. 4. 4. 3. 1. 7. 3.

1,690. 6. 2.

63.14. 7. 312. 2. 1. 68.15.11.

1,114.14.11.

270. 1. 0.

8. 8. 0. 120. 3. 1

25.16. 6 1,240.13. 3. 1,146. 4. 0. 1,171.11. 7.

1,638. 8.10. 2,132.10. 3.

5. 5. 0.

1,069. 7. 6.

44. 5. 7. 3,069. 0. 4. 1,188.15. 4

80. 0. 0.

78.12. 0.

£47,788.16. 5.

(Sgd.)

LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS,

Accountants and Treasurers,

British Empire Exhibition-Hong Kong Section.

London, 6th November, 1924.

1.

1923

November 16

T.T.

1924

March 20

T.T.

July

T.T.

August

T.T.

September

T.T.

15

REMITTANCES FROM HONG KONG.

COST.

£10,000 cost

$ 87,296.23

1,000 cost

19,000 cost

10,000 cost

8,857.23

168,144.30

84,598.50

8,500 cost

71,289.68

£48,500

$420,185.94

Add Exchange difference between Forward Contract fixed and actual rate of

remittance August 1924

REMITTANCES TO HONG KONG.

1925

January 8

T.T.

1926

February 4

T.T.

£1,000 realised $8,514.41

3,915.46

424,101.40

730 realised 6,054.43

14,568.84

£1,730

Funds used in London

.£46,770, i.e., approx. @ 2/33=

$409,532.56

16

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1924.

SCHEDULE OF SHIPMENTS MADE TO LONDON FOR EXHIBITORS.

Sir Robert Ho Tung

Swatow Trading Company

Wah King Trading Company

China Products Company Chit Chiang Khoon Kee

The Wing On Company Yue Lee Yuen

Hip Son Company

Great China Corporation Sincere Co., Ltd.

Nanyang Bros.

$ 3,248.60

40,256.75

28,152.53

48,390.06

3.407.85

5,957.34

18,911.30

100,315.89

49,976.56

21,427.42

12,080.00

Hong Hing Yung Hong

Yee Chun

Tai Yick Vermillion Hong

37,007.68

170.40

1,425.00

Sun Tak Loong

Koon Yick

Kung Shun

Chun Hing

Hip Fat

Wah Lam

Wah Mee

Yee Hau Loong

Hang Cheong Shing

Tung King Scaffolding Co.

Shing Yuk

Kwong Tai Cheong

Wah Chai Hong

Wun Man & Co.

Hong Kong Rattan Furniture Co.

Ho Chun Kee

Wang Hing

Shing Yung Co.

Siu Ying Chow

China Commercial Co.

King Kee

Chinese Restaurant

Anglo-Chinese Trading Co.

Po Sum Co.

Committees own Exhibits

Other Shipments for European Exhibitors :-

Sir Paul Chater

976.90

34,406.37

12.484.95

12,699.70

7,978.00

3,507.00

14,022.28

11,406.25

1,039.20

1,220.00

258.00

19.364.43

8,203.00

26,177.77

18,225.17

71,543.50

26,700.10

1,000.00

142,155.00 41,783.34 1,080.00 105,678.00

370.00 812.00 5,808.53

Total

939,626.87

L

INSURED VALUE.

The Hong Kong Dock Co.

The Taikoo Dock Co.

$23,571.35 5,000.00

Green Island Cement Co.

Hong Kong Rope Mfg. Co.

Hong Kong & Shanghai Hotels

500.00

Robert Baker Esq.

15.00

Walter Sinclair Esq.

4,000.00

Wm. Nicolson Esq.

Association of Exporters and Dealers

500.00 1,435.80

35,022.15

Total

$974,649.02

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1925

SUMMARISED STATEMENT SHOWING HOW GOVERNMENT GRANTS HAVE BEEN EXPENDED

27TII FEBRUARY, 1925 TO 31ST DECEMBER, 1926

To BALANCE

AS PER GENERAL WORKING

ACCOUNT- -ATTACHED

REFUNDED TO H.M. GOVERNMENT 9TH

APRIL, 1926

BALANCE AT BANK

H.K. $

H.K. $

By GOVERNMENT GRANTS :-

213,998.53

· 27th February, 1925

100,000.00

50,000.00

""

16th March, 1925

50,000.00

80,000.00

9th June, 1925

100,000.00

22,501.47

28th December, 1926

16,500.00

316,500.00

H.K.

$316,500.00

H.K

$316,500.00

Prepared by us from the Hong Kong Books and the Returns from Lowe, Bingham & Matthews, the Committee's Accountants and Treasurers at Wembley.

Hong Kong, 15th February, 1927.

LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS,

Chartered Accountants.

17

-

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1925

HONG KONG SECTION

GENERAL WORKING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD OF THE EXHIBITION

To Loss ON TRADING ACCOUNT

''

Loss ON HONG KONG CHAMBER OF COM-

MERCE STALL

CONSTRUCTION & MAIN-

TENANCE-LONDON

3,098.59

By BANK INTEREST ON CURRENT ACCOUNT..

1,889.59

1,214.67

Do.

London £3.16.3.

33.64

PROFIT ON RESTAURANT

.£825.12.8.

7,584.77

213,998.53

......£2,189. 6. 0.

20,112.23

EQUIPMENT (less sales)....

71. 3. 3.

FURNITURE & FITTINGS Do.

13.10. 1.

653.74

124.06

HONG KONG

1,745.45

WAGES OF WORKMEN

948.15. 7.

8,716.06

31,351.54

NET COST EXHIBITION

£3,222:14.11.

""

CHINESE WAGES & BONUSES London

2,443. 0. 0.

22,442.87

HONG KONG

35,498.82

SUBSISTENCE OF CHINESE..

3,701.15. 0.

34,006.51

PASSAGES-London

1,247. 3.10.

11,457.45

""

Hong Kong

34,586.37

MEDICAL & HOSPITAL EX-

"

PENSES FOR CHINESE....

85.16. 1.

788.25

UNIFORMS FOR CONTINGENT HONG KONG

339.10

LIGHT, FUEL & & WATER

London

457.16. 7.

4,205.89

143,325.26

7,935.11. 6.

OFFICE EXPENSES

Wages of Commission

Typist

104. 1. 0.

955.87

Do. Temporary Clerk

34. 5. 0.

314.64

Stationery-London Do. Hong Kong.

61. 2. 6.

561.53

278.60

Carried forward

199. 8. 6.

181,100.70

Carried forward

- 18

223,506.53

GENERAL WORKING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD OF THE EXHIBITION,-Continued.

Brought forward

£199. 8. 6.

181,100.70

Brought forward

To Telephones

38.15. 4.

356.13

Postages-London

14. 2. 6.

129.76

Do.

Hong Kong.

54.52

Cables & Telegrams

23.10.10.

216.27

....

Do.

Hong Kong.

379.15

Travelling Expenses

2.17.11.

26.60

Do.

Hong Kong.

8.55

National Health Insur-

ance

26. 1.11.

239.73

£304.17. 0.

1,410.71

223,506.53

19

""

INSURANCE

GENERAL EXPENSES

£299.19. 5.

2,755.71

Floral Decorations Wages & Bonus for Superintendent and Commissionaires

170. 0. 0.

1,561.72

725.18. 9.

6,668.90

Wages for J. D. Hewett

& Co.'s Representa- tive

180. 0. 0.

1,653.59

Entertainment

265.10. 0.

2,439.04

Sundry Expenses

Do.

626.11. 8.

5,756.18

Hong Kong.

182.65

£1,968. 0. 5.

18,262.08

ACCOUNTANTS & TREASURERS FEES

12

London

Hong Kong

£1,209.17. 3.

11,114.53

8,725.00

19,839.53

CLAIM FOR IVORY EARRING COST £15

137.80

""

$223,506.53

$223,506.53

BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1925

HONG KONG SECTION

TRADING ACCOUNT FOR THE PERIOD OF THE EXHIBITION-1925

Exchange 2/21

$1.

20

H.K. $

TO PURCHASES

London

£737.0.7.

₹ 6,789.17

Hong Kong

Jade

71,417.04

3,430.10

H.K. $

BY NET PROCEEDS OF SALES

Blackwood

Silks Embroideries

Rattan

Sundry Goods

£2,379. 5.11.

21,857.65

3,003.12. 0.

27,592.88

1,093.11. 5.

10,046.20

2,652.16. 9.

24,370.57

Silverware,

Brassware

81,636.31

and Ivory

736. 9. 1.

6,765.51

SHIPPING & DELIVERY CHARGES

Silver scraps and filings

69. 5. 7.

636.44

Dolls

75. 4. 0.

690.83

London

£56.3.5.

516.02

Paper Lanterns

45. 3. 4.

414.93

Postcards

104.12. 4.

961.07

Hong Kong

SILKWORM SECTION

Hong Kong

20,205.49

93,336.08

20,721.51

£10,160. 0. 5.

SILKWORM SECTION:

""

4,009.74

Entrance Fees Raw Silk

Silk Stockings

390. 9. 1.

90.10.10.

77. 4. 9.

3,586.95

828.22

709.55

558. 4. 8.

Jade

463. 2. 8.

H.K.

$106,367.56

Baskets sold in Hong Kong

Balance-Loss transferred to Working Account

5,124.72

4,254.62

553.55

3,098.59

H.K.

$106,367.56

85

No.

5

1928

HONG KONG.

ABSTRACT SHOWING THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE APPROVED ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE FOR 1928 AND THE ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE FOR 1929.

Increase.

Laid before the Legislative Council by Command of His Excellency the Governor, on the 20th September, 1928.

Head 1.-His Excellency the Governor.

(a) Good Conduct Allowance (b) New Post

(c) Rent Allowance

Total ...

(f) Coal

(g) Electric Fans and Light for

Public Rooms

Total

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

22

216 24

(d) Personal Allowance... (e) Good Conduct Allowance

..$

23

4

262

Total

27

Other Charges.

.$

1,200

600

$

1,800

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

(a) Stipulated allowance.

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(b) New appointment of a stoker. (c) Absorbed in G. C. A.

Increase.

(a) New Posts...

(b) Stipulated Increments

(c) Revised salary

Personal Allowances

Total ...

:

:

:

Increase.

$

262

1,800

2,062

27

$

2,035

$ 103,363 101,328

$

2,035

Decrease.

#f

27

27

(d) 1 new messenger.

(e) For central heating at Mountain Lodge.

(f) Additional lights and fans at Government House.

Head 2.-Cadet Service.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

15,060

Reduction on new Appointments

...$

9,600

19,810

11,089

3,600

49,539

Total

...$

9,600

Net Increase $39,959

86

CADET SERVICE,—Continued.

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(7) 5 Cadets required to bring up establishment to strength,

2 vacancies in 1928.

(b) Revised scale up to £800.

:

:

Increase.

.$ 365,565

325,606

39,959

Decrease.

(c) Personal Pensionable allowance to Hon. Mr. E. R.

Hallifax.

increase.

(a) New Posts...

Stipulated Increments

Decrease.

Head 3.-Senior Clerical Staff.

(b) Transferred from Various Heads..

Total ...

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928

Personal Emoluments.

$

35,600 9,450

(c) Transferred to Various Heads. ...$

21,600

29,080

$

74,130

Total ...

21,600

Net Increase $52,520

Increase.

Decrease.

.$ 220.103 167,573

..$

52,530

Increase 1929 ...

(a) Includes 4 Confidential Assistants and Stenograph-

ers, and 2 Stenographers.

(6) Includes Stenographers previously shewn under

various Depts.

(c) Officers transferred on promotion to posts shewn

under respective Depts.

Increase.

Head 4.-Junior Clerical Service.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

(a) New Posts...

Stipulated Increments

25,050 19,565

(d) Reduction on new Appointments..$ 101,211

(b) Increase in proportion of higher

Class posts...

42,250

(c) Increase on promotions effected

in 1928

118,500

Total

...

...$ 205,365

Total

$ 101,211

Increase.

Decrease.

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(a) Includes 14 extra posts in C.S.O. and 6 in Treasury. (b) In continuation of the policy of expanding the

number of posts in higher classes in order to accelerate promotion.

$ 726,021 621,867

...$ 104,154

(c) Under-estimated in 1928.

(d) Includes reduction of $3,000 in the vote Proba-

tioner Clerks.

C

Increase.

87

Head 5.-Colonial Secretary's Department.

(a) New Posts

(b) (1) Good Conduct Allowances (c) Rent Allowances

(d) Language Allowances

Total

Personal Emoluments.

Decrease.

648

(f) Abolition of Post

...S

2,400

48

(e) Reduction on new Appointments...

2,170

...

144

(b) (2) Good Conduct Allowances

14

120

(g) Transferred to Head 3

2,663

(h) Personal Allowance

1,200

...$

960

Total

...$

8,447

Other Charges.

(i) Gas, Electric Fans & Light

800

(1) Incidental Expenses

300

(k) Uniforms for Office Attendants, etc.

130

Total

1,230

Special Expenditure.

Other Charges

Personal Emoluments

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928

Estimates 1929

Decrease 1929

:

(1) Chairs for Council Chamber...

500

Total

..$

500

:

:

:

:

:

:.

:

:

:

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

$

960

$

8,447

1,230

500

...$

2,190

$

8,947

2,190

6,757

$

47,955

41,198

$

6,757

(a) 1 New Attendant at $204, 2 Coolies at $132 each &

1 Head Messenger at $180.

(6) (1) 1 New Office Attendant.

(2) 1 Messenger promoted to Office Attendant. 5 only

qualified in 1929.

(c) Increase due to new appointments, and new posts. (d) Chief Clerk transferred from S. C. & A. Staff. (e) Appointment of new Chief Clerk.

(f) Drafting Clerk not required.

(g) Stenographers transferred to Senior Clerical Staff.

(Head 3).

(h) Not required on new appointment of Chief Clerk. (2) Larger offices.

(j) Previous provision insufficient. (k) Additional appointments.

(1) Not required for 1929.

Increase.

Decrease.

Head 6.-Secretariat for Chinese Affairs.

(a) Stipulated increments

(b) Acting pay

Total

:

Personal Emoluments

(c) Good Conduct Allowance

$

240 1,000

.$

. 1,240

Total

7

7

88

SECRETARIAT FOR CHINESE AFFAIRS-Continued.

Personal Emoluments

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

:

...

:

:

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

1,240

7

1,240

7

...$

7

..$

1,233

13,180

11,947

1,233

(a) Stipulated increment of salary of Inspector of Factories. (6) Allowance to officer acting during absence on leave of

Inspector of Factories.

(e) One attendant who drew G.C.A. resigned.

Increase.

Head 7.-Treasury Department.

(a) Transferred from Head Senior

Clerical Staff

(b) Good Conduct Allowance

Total

Personal Emoluments.

(c) Personal Allowance

...$

7,919 68

.$

7,987

Total

Special Expenditure.

:

Personal Emoluments Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(a) 1 Accountant.

(b) 5 qualified for G.C.A.

Increase.

(a) New Post

(b) Stipulated Increment

(c) Personal Allowance

(d) Good Conduct Allowance

Total

:

(d) Purchase of Adding Machine

:

:

::

:

Total

Decrease.

10

5

$

5

Increase.

Decrease.

$

7,987

£A

5

$

800

.$ 7,987

A

805

805

.$ 7,182

16,160 8,978

7,182

(c) Absorbed in G.C.A. (d) Non-recurrent.

Head 8.-Audit Department.

Personal Emoluments.

$

800

$

800

Decrease.

7,800

(e) Abolition of Posts

.$

4,800

600

(f) Good Conduct Allowance

8

8

12

8.420

Total

:

:

.$

4,808

89

AUDIT DEPARTMENT--Continued.

Other Charges.

Conveyance Allowance

.$

240

Share of Home Expenditure

...$

2,169

Total

$

240

Total

...$

2,169

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(a) 1 New 2nd Asst. Auditor at £650.

(b) Increment of 3rd Asst. Auditor.

(c) Personal Allowance to Office Attendant.

Increase

:

::

:

:

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

.$

8,420

$

4,808

240

2,169

8,660

6,977

6,977

1,683

46,781

45,098

1,683

(d) Good Conduct Allowance to 1 messenger. (c) Replaced by 2nd Asst. Auditor. (f) To balance Personal Allowance (c),

Head 9.-District Office, North.

(a) New Posts...

(b) Stipulated Increments

(c) Good Conduct Allowance (d) Language Allowances

Total ...

(i) Conveyance allowance

(k) Transport

(1) Scavenging...

(m) Uniforms

Total

:

:

:

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

300

(e) Abolition of Posts

156

36

52

Reduction on new Appointments.. (9) Good Conduct Allowance

520

24

60

(h) Acting pay

40

448

Total ...

740

Other Charges.

180

50

75

400

705

Special Expenditure.

(n) Stamp cancelling punch...

35

(n) Bicycles for demarcators

Total ...

155

190

Personal Emoluments Other Charges...

Special Expenditure

Total ...

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929 ...

:

:

:

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

448

740

705

190

1,153

$

930

930

223

23,299 23,076

.$

223

(a) 1

new demarcator,

Demarcator.

90

DISTRICT OFFICE, NORTH-Continued.

transferred from Forestry

(b) Increments to 3 demarcators.

(c) 1 latrine attendant qualified for G.C.A. and in- creases to 2 office attendants ($3 plus $6) 3 messengers ($11 plus $11 plus $6).

(d) 1 land bailiff qualified for increased language

allowance.

(e) 1 forestry demarcator, transferred to Demarcators.

(f) 1 junior L.B. replaces 1 senior L.B.

(g) G.C.A. for 1 forestry demarcator not required. (h) Acting pay for 1 L.B. not required.

(i) Increase in conveyance allowance to D.O. who uses

private car.

(k) Extra transport for one demarcator.

(1) Previous estimate insufficient. (m) More uniforms for messengers. (n) Non-recurrent.

Increase.

Head 10.-District Office, South.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

(a) Stipulated Increment

Total ...

..$

120

(b) Good Conduct Allowances

12

(c) Good Conduct Allowances (d) Personal Allowance...

45

19

$

132

Total

$35

64

(e) Uniforms

Local Public Works

Total ...

:

Other Charges.

40 2.000

$

2,040

Personal Emoluments Other Charges ...

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(a) Stipulated increment to one Land Bailiff.

(b) Increase of G.C.A. to one messenger and one

caretaker.

(c) Reduction on new appointment.

:

:

:

:

:

:

Increase.

..$

132 2,040

Decrease.

64

2,172

$

64

64

2,108

$

13,252

11,144

2,808

(d) Absorbed in G.C.A.

(e) More uniforms for messengers.

(f) Provision for necessary works.

Increase.

(a) New Posts...

(b) Stipulated Increments

(c) Transferred from Head 3

(d) Good Conduct Allowance

(e) Sunday and Holiday Work Allce.

Total ...

(h) Printing (i) Telegrams

Total ...

:

Head 11.-Post Office.

Personal Emoluments.

600

(f) Personal Allowance...

.$

5,290

(g) Sunday and Holiday Work Allce.

24,925

291 515

$

31,621

Total ...

:

Other Charges.

(j) Notification of mails

2,000 100

2,100

Total ...

Decrease.

60 340

400

360

360

91

POST OFFICE,-Continued.

Special Expenditure.

Decrease.

(k) One Postal Franker

. $

575

(1) Pillar and Letter Boxes... (1) Safe

.$

500

225

Total ...

$

575

Total ...

725

Increase

:

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Special Expenditure

Total ... Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929- Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

:

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

...$

31,621

400

2,100

360

575

725

.$

34,296 1,485

1,485

:

:

$

32,811

$ 307,140

274,329

...$

32.811

(a) 1 New Probationer Sorter at $600.

(b) Stipulated increments.

(c) 5 transferred from Senior Clerical and Accounting

Staff.

(d) More men entitled to increments.

(e) Increase in number of clerks drawing at higher

rate.

(f) 1 3rd Class Clerk dropped allowance on promotion.

(g) See Note (c).

(h) Required for printing Postal and Telegraph infor-

mation etc.

(i) Previous vote insufficient.

(j) Included in S.H. "Printing".

(k) Required for franking correspondence. (1) Non-recurrent.

Increase.

Decrease.

Head 12.-Imports and Exports Office.

Personal Emoluments.

Stipulated Increments

1,377

(e) Abolition of Posts

528

(a) Revised salary

60

(b) Good Conduct Allowance

244

Reduction on new Appointments.. Good Conduct Allowance

489

(c) Field Allowance

500

(f) Personal Allowance...

92

(d) Rent Allowances

126

Language Allowance

360

Total...

2,667

Total ...

1.111

(9) Revenue Reward Fund

Total ...

...

Platform Scale ...

Total ...

:

:

:

Other Charges.

2,000

Conveyance and Motor Allces. ...S Purchase of Raw Opium, etc.

2,280

50,000

.$

2,000

Total ...

S

52,280

:.

:.

Special Expenditure.

300

$

300

Motor Car

Total...

:

:

3,000

.$

3,000

92

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OFFICE,-Continued.

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges ...

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928 Estimates 1929

Decrease 1929...

(a) For Monopoly Analyst.

(b) 7 qualified for G.C.A.

:

(e) For New Territory work.

(d) 2 qualified for Rent Allowances.

Increase.

:

:

:

::

Increase.

Decrease.

$

2,667

$

1,111

2,000

52,280

300

3,000

4,967

$

56,391

4,967

$

LA

51,424

$ 805,170 753,746

$ 51,424

(e) 1 Storekeeper-Opium Sales Department not re-

quired.

(f) Absorbed in G.C.A.

(g) Owing to decrease in fines collected by the Magis-

tracies.

Head 13.-Harbour Department.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

(a) New Posts...

.$

(b) Stipulated Increments.

3,552 10,995

Abolition of Posts

...$

792

Reduction on new Appointments..

294

(c) Revised salary...

12

(k) Reduction of salary

3,992

(d) Personal Allowances

8

(1) Good Conduct Allowance

152

(e) Good Conduct Allowance

168

(m) Transferred to Head

2,617

(f) Rent Allowances

24

(n) Personal Allowances

14

(9) Language Allowances

60

(0) Rent Allowances

96

(h) Other Allowances

492

(p) Overestimated (for 1928)

1,984

Total ...

... ...s

15,311

Total

9,941

Other Charges.

(4)

3. Conveyance and Motor Allces.$ (r) 4. Electric Fans and Lights

300

150

(v) 2. Coal & Oil Fuel for Launches.$ (w) 12. Repairs and minor improve-

30,530

(s) 11. Rent of offices

5,130

(t) 15. S.L. Hire and Transport (u) 16. Uniforms

450

Iments and stores for

Launches and Boats

6,800

110

Total ...

6,140

Total

$

37,330

Special Expenditure.

[19. Special Repairs to Yaumati

Slipway

..$

2,500

Renewal of Rock Buoys and

Moorings

250

120. 1 New Engine for M.B. of

1 New Launch for Boarding

'Stanley"

1,100

Officers

25,000

21. Cust Rock Beacon

4,000

(x) 22. 2 Reversible Mooring Buoys

A Class

(y){

1 New Launch to replace "H.

D. 5'...

55,000

5,500

Renewal of 1 Buoy for San.

23. 1 New Launch for G.M.S. 24. Training expenses of 2 G.M.S.

in England

25,000

Dept. Mooring

300

7,200

1 Motor Boat for I, and E. Dept...

1 New Launch to replace Victoria.

7,000

50,000

25. Filing Cabinets for Reg.

Records

655

Total

.$ 45.955

Total

$ 137,550

93

HARBOUR DEPARTMENT,-Continued.

Increase.

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges ...

Special Expenditure

Total

...

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928

Estimates 1929

Decrease 1929

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

Decrease.

15,311

$

9,941

6,140

37,330

45,955

137,550

67,406

$ 184,821

67,406

$

117,415

..$

899,547 782,132

$ 117,415

increases.

(a) New Posts.

Personal Emoluments.

1 Class V Engineer for new launch "H. D. 11" 1 Class V Engineer for new lunch "H. D. 5" 1 Class III Coxswain for new launch "H. D. 11"

1 2nd Coxswain for new launch "H. D. 11"

2 Class II Seamen for new launch "H. D. 5"

1 Class II Seaman for new launch "H. D. 11"

:

:

:

:

1 Class III Stoker for new launch "H. D. 11"...

1 Apprentice L.H. Keeper promoted to L.H. Keeper

1 Coaling Coolie Government Coaling Depot

1 Class V Engineer Launch "Britannia"

(b) Stipulated increments, as per Form A in draft Estim: tes

(c) Revised Salary.

1 Foreman Coolie, Government Coaling Depot

(d) Personal Allowances

1 Class V Seaman qualified

(e) Good Conduct Allowances.

18 qualified for G.C. Allowance Stipulated allowances

(f) Rent Allowances.

1 messenger. (in lieu of married quarters)

(g) Language Allowances.

To Mr. Wyatt, 1st Boarding Officer

(h) Other Allowances.

:

:

:

:

:

:

Hard lying and Messing Allowances to crew of I. & E. Department Launches

Total Increase

e

:

150

300

150

108

384

96

96

1,800

168

300

3,552

10,995

:

127

12

00

&

41

168

:

:

2224

60

89

492

$

15,311

Decreases.

(i) Abolition of Posts.

4 Posts Class IV Seamen at Shaukiwan

Personal Emoluments.

1 Post Class III Stoker Launch "Britannia"

(j) Reduction on new appointments.

To the post of Master of "Stanley"

To the Class I Boatswain "Kausing"

(k) Reduction of Salary.

ef

CA

576

216

792

291

3

294

1 Draughtsman G.M.S.'s office formerly on sterling salary now placed on dollar

salary

2,634

1,358

3,992

1 Apprentice L.H. Keeper promoted to L.H. Keeper

94

HARBOUR DEPARTMENT,-Continued.

(1) Good Conduct Allowances.

4 posts Class IV seamen at Shaukiwan abolished

(m) Transferred to Head.

1 stenographer transferred to Head Senior Clerica Staff

(n) Personal Allowances.

1 messenger absorbed in G.C. Allowance

1 watchman Gunpowder Depot in G. C. Allowance..

(0) Rent Allowances.

4 posts Class IV seamen at Shaukiwan abolished

(p) Overestimated for 1928.

Salaries of 9 Asst. G.M. Surveyors overestimated by

:

::

:

152

2,617

3

11

14

96

1,984

$ 9,941

Increases.

(9) 3. Conveyance and Motor Allowances.

Total Decrease

Other Charges.

1 Asst. Govt. Marine Surveyor new Motor Allowance

(r) 4. Electric Fans and Light.

Extra Offices for G.M.S. at P. & 0. Building

(s) 11. Rent of Offices.

New offices for G.M.S. at P. & O. Building

(t) 15. S.L. Hire and Transport.

:

:

:

:

:

:

Increase due to the necessity of hiring substitute Launches while Govt. Launches are under

repair

More uniforms for crew of new launch

(u) Uniforms.

Total Increase

Decreases.

(v) 2. Coal and Oil Fuel for Launches.

Overestimated for 1928

(w) 12. Rep. and Minor Imp. and Stores for Launches and Boats.

Overestimated for 1928

Total Decrease

Special Expenditure.

Increases.

(x) 19 to 25 new Items considered necessary

...

Decreases.

(y) Items non-recurrent

:..

:

:

:

:

:..

:.

:

:

:

CA

$

300

150

5,130

450

110

6,140

30,530

6,800

$

37,330

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

45,955

$ 137,550

7

Increase.

(a) New Post

(b) Stipulated Increments.

(c) Acting Pay

(d) Good Conduct Allowance

Total ...

95

Head 14.-Royal Observatory.

:

(g) Subscription to Commission for the exploration of the upper

air

Total ...

Personal Emoluments.

Decrease.

360 (e) Personal Allowance...

.$

16

240 1,400

16

.$

2,016

Total ...

16

Other Charges.

(f) Transport

100

$

100

50

Total..

50

Personal Emoluments Other Charges ... Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

Special Expenditure.

(h) Accumulator

Total ...

Increase.

Decrease.

$

::

:

2,016 100

16

50

300

CA

366

(a) One engine attendant at Au Tau Magnetic Station. (b) Stipulated increments to First Assistant.

(c) Acting pay to Chief Assistant during Director's

leave of absence.

(d) Personal Allowance to watchman and one coolie

lapses.

2,116

$

366

..$

1,750

38,306

36.556

$

1,750

$

(e) Absorbed in G.C.A. from (d).

(f) Considered sufficient.

300

.$

300

(g) Grant towards cost of printing results of Upper

Air Research. (h) Non recurrent.

Increase.

(a) New Posts...

(b) Stipulated Increments.

(c) Revised Salaries

(d) Language Allowance

Head 15.-Fire Brigade Department.

(e) Rent Allowance

(f) Good Conduct Allowance

Total ...

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

.$ 1,592

(g) Abolition of Posts

956

2,586

(h) Reduction on new appointments..

279

480

(i) Personal Allowance...

12

300

(j) Rent Allowance

24

48

(k) Ration Allowance

5

12

.$

5,018

Total ...

...$

1,276

Increase.

96

FIRE BRIGADE DEPARTMENT,-Continued.

Decrease.

Other Charges.

(1) Hose

3,000

(p) Clothing

3,500

(m) Rent of Stations

2,520

(q) Incidentals...

800

(n) Repairs to Motor Engines and

Plant

(r) Light and Electric Fans

2,000

2,000

(0) Repairs to Floating Engines...

3,000

Total ...

10,520

Total ...

6,300

Special Expenditure:`

(s) Bailey Fire Escape

$

2,300

(aa) Light Motor Pump

(t) 6" Sliding Lathe

900

(aa) Motor Fire Cycle

...

10,500

2,000

(u) Motor Fire Engine...

22,000

(v) 2 Turbine Pumps (w) Boiler for No. 3 Float (x) 24 Ori Nasal Masks

(y) 12 Portable Ladders

(2) 6 Davy Fire Escapes

4,000

6,000

500

300

900

Total ...

36,900

Total ...

12,500

Increase.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges ..

Special Expenditure

Total ... Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

...

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

...$

5.018

1,276

10,520

6,300

36,900

12,500

52,438

$

20,076

20,076

:

:

:

:

32,362

.$ 250,286

217,924

$

32,362

Increase 1929 ..

(a) 2 Additional Engine Drivers

$300 each

1

Painter

>>

1

33

2

Capenter Coolies

360

39

360

وو

132

21

>>

(b) Increments earned by officers on incremental scale

of salary.

(d) 4 Assistant Station Officers and 1 Mechanical

Engineer obtained certificates during the year. (e) Allowance payable to 2 Coolies at $24 each. (f) One Station Coolie qualified for increased

allowance.

(g) 3 Stokers and 1 Caretaker not required.

(h) 4 Lift Operators appointed and 2 Coxswains pro-

moted.

(i) Absorbed into Good Conduct Allowances. (3) Position of Caretaker abolished.

(k) Reduced cost of Rations.

(7) More hose required.

Increase

(m) Larger premises rented at Mongkok.

(n) 3 Additional appliances to be kept in repair. (0) More repairs needed.

(p) Less Clothing

material.

required owing to

(2) Overestimated in 1928.

(") Upkeep of lifts transferred to P.W.D.

(s) To complete equipment.

(t) For Brigade workshop.

(u) To replace No. 2 appliance.

(v) To replace pumps on Dennis appliances.

() To replace boiler on No. 3 Float.

change in

(x) For use where it is impossible to use bellow masks. (y) For bridging purposes where other means of exit

are cut off.

(z) To replace canvas chutes at present in use. (aa) Non-recurrent.

Decrease.

(a) New Posts...

(b) Stipulated Increments

(c) Revised salary

(d) Good Conduct Allowance

Total ...

Head 16.-Supreme Court.

Personal Emoluments.

3,840

(e) Abolition of Posts

240

655

(f) Reduction on new Appointments.

4,800

10,650

(g) Reduction of salary

4,080

3

(h) Good Conduct Allowance

339

(i) Transferred to Head

31,500

(j) Acting pay...

7.200

.$

15,148

(1) Personal Allowance...

Total ...

325

.$

18,484

Increase.

97

SUPREME COURT,-Continued.

Other Charges.

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges ...

Total

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928 Estimates 1929

Decrease 1929

:

:

Decrease.

(1) Conveyance Allowance

...S

240

(m) Incidental Expenses to Wacthmen

2,000

Total

.$

2,240

Increase.

15,148

$

15,148

$ 148,619 148,043

$

5,576

Decrease.

$

$

18,484

2,240

20,724

15,148

5,576

(a) Deputy Registrar, Court Stenographer, etc.. (b) Increments.

(c) Stipulated allowances to present holder of appoint-

ment.

(d) 1 Messenger qualifies for Good Conduct Allowance.

(e) Previous holder retired.

(f) New appointment.

() 1 Post abolished (Bailiff).

1 new post commencing minimum.

(h) New office attendants and messengers-no allowance..

(i) Transferred to Head 3.

() No Judge on Leave.

(k) Registrar retiring.

Watchmen and coolies dismissed. (7) Reduction on Registrar retiring.

(m) 1 Post (Bailiff) abolished. (#) Considered sufficient.

Increase.

(a) Good Conduct Allowance

Total

(c) Books...

Total

Head 17.-Attorney General.

Personal Emoluments Other Charges ...

Total

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928

Estimates 1929

Decrease 1929

(a) 2 qualified for G.C.A.

(b) No Acting pay necessary.

$

.$

Personal Emoluments.

:

15 (b) Acting pay...

15

Other Charges.

100

100

:

:

:

:.

:

:

:

:

Total ...

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

15

$9

11,200

100

.$

115

11,200

115

11,085

$

33,798

22,713

11,085

(c) More Books.

Decrease.

..དེ

11,000

.S

11,200

Increase.

98

Head 18.-Crown Solicitor.

(a) Stipulated Increments (b) Good Conduct Allowances

Total

(e) Incidental Expenses

Total

...

Personal Emoluments.

Decrease.

600 11

(c) Reduction on new appointment (d) Transferred to Head (Senior Clerical

Staff)

3.875

...

2,623

...$

611

Total

...$

6,498

:

$

Other Charges.

20

20

:

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Total

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928 Estimates 1929

Increase.

:

:

:

:

:

::

:

Decrease.

611 20

$

6,498

631

$

6,498

631

$

CA

5,867

Decrease 1929

(a) 2 qualified for stipulated increments. (b) 1 qualified for good conduct allowance. (c) 1 new appointment.

:

39,855 33,988

5,867

(d) Stenographer transferred to Senior Clerical Staff. (e) More uniforms for messengers.

Increase.

Decrease.

Head 19.-Official Receiver.

Stipulated Increments

(a) Good Conduct Allowance

Total

Personal Emoluments.

300 4

304

Personal Emoluments

Total

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

:

Increase 1929

(a) Office attendant qualified.

Increase.

Decrease.

304

304

10,175

9,871

304

7-

Increase.

Stipulated Increments

(a) Good Conduct Allowance

Total

(e) Incidental Expenses

Total

99

Head 20.-Land Office.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

$

413 36

(b) Transferred to Head No. 3

S

2,250

449

Total

2,250

Other Charges.

100

.$

100

Personal Emoluments Other Charges

Total

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928

Estimates 1929

Decrease 1929

(a) 1 Office attendant and 2 messengers.

(b) Transfer of one stenographer.

:

Increase.

Decrease.

449

2,250

100

549

$

2,250

549

$

1,701

.$

26,677

24,976

..$

1,701

(c) More uniforms for messengers.

Decrease.

Increase.

Head 21.-Magistracy, Hong Kong.

Personal Emoluments.

(a) Good Conduct Allowance

...$

14

Total

14

Net Increase

Estimate 1928

$

Estimate 1928

Increase 1929

(a) 1 qualified for G.C.A.

2 stipulated allowances.

€9

$

14

2,264

2,250

14

..

Increase.

100

Head 22.-Magistracy, Kowloon.

(a) Good Conduct Allowances

$

Personal Emoluments.

126

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(a) 4 qualified for G. C. A.

Increase.

(a) New Posts

(b) Stipulated Increments

(c) Revised Salary

(d) Transferred from Head

(e) Good Conduct Allees

(g) Language Allowances

(f) Rent Allowances

(h) Drill Allowances

(i) First Aid Allowances

Tctal

...

126

Other Charges.

(b) Vehicle hire for serving sum-

monses

::

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

Decrease..

126

$

CA

50

126

$

50

50

76

2,132

2,056

76

(b) Considered sufficient.

Head 23.-Police Department.

Personal Emoluments.

CA

50

50.

Decrease.

..$

50,232

(j) Abolition of Posts

10,529

(k) Reduction on New Appointment...

5,220

(1) Good Conduct Allowances

***

(m) Transferred to Head

2,122

(n) Language Allowances

1,400

(0) Personal Allowances

7,398

192

3,000

.$

$0.093

Total

26,850 1,511

221 2,683

12

116

.$

31,393

Other Charges.

(p) Ammunition

1,000

(x) Coal for Barracks

.$

1,500

(q) Bedding and Mess Utensils

1,000

(y) Incidental Expenses

500

(r) Clothing and Accoutrements...

7,000

(z) Photography

(s) Conveyance and Motor Allowances (f) Passages

1,860

(aa) Rations for Indian Police

500 8,000

15,000

(u) Petrol Oil, etc. for Police Motor

Cars and Cycles

500

(v) Rent of Stations

21,000

(w) Repairs to Police Motor Cars and

Cycles

Total

2,000

49,360

Total

:

5,500

Increase.

101

Decrease.

(bb) Traffic Signal

(cc) Handcuffs

(dd) Shot Guns

(ee) Chemical Extincteurs

POLICE DEPARTMENT,-Continued.

$...

Special Expenditure.

1,100 2,000

(Purchase of arms

.$

6,000

Special repairs to 1 Motor Car and

1,500

3 Motor Cycles

2,000

600

Verey Light Pistol and

(ff) Bullet Proof Vests...

900

Cartridges

1,000

(gg) 2 Motor Cycle Combinations

2,200

Expenses of Convoy System

19,800

(hh) 2 Solo Motor Cycles

1,600

Motor Vehicle Plates

3,000

(ii) 3 Motor Cycle Commercial Side Car

Chassis

(17)

Portable weighing machine

350

750

Improvements to traffic signals

500

(j) Special replacement of bedding and

Utensils

Harbour Launch

25,000

3,000

(kk) Special replacement of Clothing.

15,000

Cruising Launch fitted with

Searchlight, &c.

103,100

7 Pairs Binoculars

500

...

1 Traffic Beacon

775

Handcuffs

750

Indian Beds

3,000

Tiemvis Automobile Stretcher

200

Total

78,010

Total

.$

171,475

Increase.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Special Expenditure

Total

$

80.093

31,393

49,360

28,650

5,500 165,975

.$

$ 158,103

$ 202,868

Deduct Increase

Net Decrease

Estimates 1928 Estimates 1929

Decrease 1929

(a) 2 Probationers @ £375 each

1 Inspection Officer, Water Police @ $1,200

1 Chief Inspector @ £500

2 Inspectors @ £400 each

4 Sergeants @ £220 each

2 Indian Assistant Superintendents @ $4,200

1 Indian Sub-Inspector @ $780

:

10 Sergeants, Chinese Contingent, Cantonese, $4,080

6 Lance Sergts. Chinese Contingent, Cantonese, $1,944

2 Constables, Chinese Contingent, Cantonese, $408

2 Female Searchers $264

6 Constables, Chinese Contingent, W.H.W., $1,224 2 Seamen $384

1 Messenger @ $132

8 Coolies $1,056

(6) Increments earned by officers on incremental salary.

(c) Assistant Superintendents $4,495

Principal, Police Training School @ $600

Indian Teacher @ $125.

() Nil.

(e) 18 Medals granted

3 Messengers qualified for G. C. A.

41 Coolies & Messengers qualified for increased

allowances.

(f) 7 W.H.W. Police and 11 new Messengers & Coolies

qualify for Allces.

(g) Increased number of Language Certificates obtained. (h) 4 Additional Allowances.

(i) Allowances paid to Instructors when instructing Police

in First Aid.

.$2,012,117 1,967,352

$

44,765

(j) 1 Armourer @ $4,218

158,103

44,765

7 Lance Sergeants @ £160 each

18 Indian Constables @ $3,888

6 W.H.W. Lance Sergeants @ $1,944.

(k) Promotions from Lower classes.

(7) Allowances lapsed owing to retirements. (m) Transfer to Head Stenographers. (n) Allowances lapsed owing to retirements. (0) Absorbed in G. C. A.

(p) More Ammunition required.

(9) More Bedding necessary.

(r) Increased amount of Clothing required.

(s) New Allowances.

(t) Large number of European due for leave.

(u) More machines in use.

(v) Rent of Police Training School.

(w) More repairs required.

(x) Less coal required.

(y) Over estimated in 1928.

(z)

do.

(aa) Reduction in price of Rations.

(66) Experimental Signal for Kowloon.

(cc) To replace obsolete Handcuffs.

(dd) To replace 12 shot guns beyond repair.

(ee) To provide Extincteurs for New Territory Stations. (ff) To complete supply.

(99) To replace 2 condemned by Board of Survey. (hh) Additional for Traffic Work.

(i) For Dog Cages.

(37) & (kk) Special replacement of Bedding, Mess Utensils

and Clothing.

(77) Ordered during 1928.

Increase.

(a) Stipulated increments

(b) Revised Allce

(c) Good Conduct Allowance (d) Language Allce

Total

(g) Fuel

(h) Photograph

•••

102

Head 24.-Prisons.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

(e) Reduction on new Appointments..$ 1,313 (f) Personal Allce

... ...

22

.$

1,680

120

38

820

...$

2,658

Other Charges.

Total

.$

1,335

...$

1,000

(1) Arms and Amm.

250

50

1,000

4,000

1,000

(1) Clothing & shoes for Staff (m) Gratuity to Prisoners (1) Materials for Rem. Ind. (n) Rent of Quarters for Indian

Warders

1,000

150

1,000

4,200

$

16,050

Total

...

...

$

6,600

(i) Materials for Repairs & Renewals.. Rent of Quarters for European

Warders

(k) Subsistence of Prisoners

Total

Printing Machine

Book back rounding machine

Net Increase

::

Special Expenditure.

.$ 8,000

1,000

$

9,000

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

...

:..

::

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

$

2,658

1,335

16,050

6,600

9,000

.$

$

27,708

$

7,935

7,935

19,773

$ 548,364 528,591

.$

19,773

(a) 1 Supt.

$300

1 Asst. Supt.

300

2 Chief Warders

300

1 Matron

30

1 Pharmacist

120

3 Wardresses

45

2 Indian Principal Warders..

120

3 Indian Asst. Principal

Warders

30

19 Indian Warders

122

100 Indian Asst. Warders

3

48 Guards

226

6 Temporary Guards

28

3 Trades Instructors

44

1 Motor Driver

12

$1,680

(b) Corporal punishment allowance increased from $5 to

$10 p.m.

(c) 4 more officers qualified for G. C. A.

(d) More officers qualified for language allce.

e) 10 Principal Warders

58 Warders

.$ 245

1,067

$1,313

(f) 1 Chief Warder

$1

1 Indian Asst. Warder

21

$ 22

(g) More light for new Hospital & Reception Room.

(h) Increase in number or prisoners.

(i) More repairs & renewals.

(j) More officers married.

(k) Increase in number of prisoners.

(7) Considered sufficient.

(m) Less convicts due for discharge. (n) Rent reduced.

Increase.

103

Head 25.-Medical Department.

Decrease.

...$

37,465

6,649

346

244

156

...

$

44,860

..$

1,695

Personal Emoluments.

(a) New Posts

(b) Stipulated Increment

(c) Revised Salary

(d) Personal Allowances

(e) Good Conduct Allowances

Rent Allowances

$ 105,978

(g) Abolition of Posts

11,314

6,689

(i) Good Conduct Allowances

1,800

(h) Reduction on New Appointments.

(j) Personal Allowances

660

(k) Rent Allowances

1,248

Total

...$ 127,689

Total

Other Charges.

A. Staff.

A. Staff.

(1) Con. and Motor Allowances

.$

3,558

B. General.

(m) Books

50

(n) Dental Treatment

1,600

(0) Fuel and Light

5,500

Rent of Premises for Dispensaries and

Dressing Station :..

D. Bacteriological Institute.

(p) Furniture and Repairs to Furniture.

1,000

(q) Incidental Expenses

400

Anti-rabic Work

C. Office of Health Officer of Port.

Purchase of Horses

(r) Conveyance Allowances

120

D. Bacteriological Institute.

(8) Fuel and Light....

150

Total

.$

12,378

Total

Special Expenditure.

Miscroscope for Bact. Institute Adjustment and Calibration of

Laboratory Instruments

550

500

Electric Refrigerators

10,000

Expenses of Course of Study and

attendance at Medical Congress

5.000

Total

$ 16,050

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(a) 1 Director, Med. & San. Services

.....

$14,400

1 Deputy Director, Med. & San. Services 13,775

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

250

20

...$

1,965

Increase.

$ 127,689 12,378 16,050

$ 156,117

.$

46,825

109,292

.$ 970,350 861,058

109,292

Decrease.

$

44,860 1,965

46.825

3 Probationer Dressers

4 Boys, 2 coolies, 1 amah & 1 cook

1,394 1,668

1 Senior Med. Officer

12,300

$105,978

4 Chinese Med. Officers

2 Radiographers

21,097

(b) For 92 Persons

$ 11,314

4,800

(c) 1 Malarial Research Officer

$

880

1 2nd Med. Officer of Health

9,244

1 Med. Officer of Health

565

1 Chinese Med. Officer of Health

4,320

1 Chinese Med. Officer

1,610

1 Masseuse

3,600

1 Health Officer of Port

764

1 Tutor Sister

3,000

1 2nd Health Officer of Port

565

6 New Sisters

12,600

1 Asst. Bacteriologist

434

3 Probationers

1,440

1 Analyst

600

2 Apprentice Dispensers

480

2 Asst. Analysts

875

1 Part Time Interpreter

300

2 Boys, 3 cooks, 1 watchman & 1 amah.

396

2 Staff Dressers

1,560

6,689

---

104

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT,- Continued.

(d) 1 Visiting M. O., Chinese Hospitals &

Dispensaries

(e) 70 Posts qualified for Gd. Cond. Allces...... (f) 13 Posts qualified for Rent Allowances.. (g) i Principal Civil Med. Officer

1,800 660

(i) 1 Boy promoted to Dresser, 2 boys, 6 coolies, 1 stoker, 2 amahs, 1 watchman, 1 cook & 1 Dresser left

346

.$14,345

1,248 (j) 1 Boy promoted to Dresser, 1 Gatekeeper, 2 amahs, 4 coolies, 2 Dressers, 1 office

1 Med.

Officer

8,112

2 Asst. Med. Officers of Health

12,720

attendant, 1 watchman, 1 lady attendant absorbed in good conduct allowances

244

1 Staff Nurse

820

Temporary Staff

250

(k) 1 Wardmaster promoted to Dresser, Staff, 1

boy, 1 watchman and 2 coolies

156

1 Wardmaster

750

1 Boy and 2 coolies

(h) 1 Radiologist

1 Matron

468

(7) More Motor Allowances on creation of new posts. (m) More reference books required.

2,996

77

1 Home Sister

94

1 Charge Nurse

70

1 Dispenser

1,476

1 Chinese Med. Officer

1,440

37,465 (n) More applications for assistance from Govt. servants.

(0) General expansion of the dept. and increase in coal price. (p) More expenses for upkeep.

(7) More expenses in connection with selection of and

advertisement for Nursing Staff.

(7) Conveyance Allowances for 2nd H. O. P. (s) Increase Bact. work.

1 Midwife

160

1 Boy

336

6,649

Increase.

Head 26.-Sanitary Department.

(a) New Posts...

(b) Stipulated Increments

(c) Good Conduct Allowance (d) Rent Allowances

(e) Personal Allowance...

Total ...

Personal Emoluments.

24,060

(f) Abolition of Posts

2,875

(g) Reduction on new Appointments.

158

(h) Rent Allowances

936

(i) Personal Allowance...

4

(j) Good Conduct Allowance

$

28,033

Total ...

Decrease.

$

11,776 1,598

48

85

60

13,567

Other Charges.

(k) Bath Houses Fuel, &c.

800

(f) Ambulances, Coffins, &c.

250

(1) Bonuses to Disp. Lic. & Clerks

for Vac. &c.

(t) Coal for Official Quarters

200

400

(m) Conveyance and Motor Allowance. (n) Exhumation, Recurrent... (o) General Cleansing, Chinese New

90

(u) Compensation for Damages by

Disinfection and Cleansing

200

18,500

(t) Disinfectors

250

(f) Fuel for Blacksmith's Forges

250

Year

50

(t) Incidental Expenses, Markets

50

(p) Motor Lorries, Vans and Cars

Running Expenses

9,000

(q) Rent of Quarters for Scavanging

(u) Purchase and Maint. of Bullocks. (t) Rat Poison, Rat Traps, &c. ... (t) A.D. & S.H. Light...

1,000

200

100

Coolies

220

(t) Cattle Crematorium and R.D.

50

(1) Transport

100

(s) A.D. & S.H. Motor Meat Vans

Running Expenses

500

Total ...

$ 24,660

Total ...

.S

2,550

Exhumation, Special Refuse Barges... Towing Launch Motor Lorries

Total

:

:

Special Expenditure.

15,000

36,000

Fitting of Solid tyres...

4.500

52,000

41,000

$ 144,000

Total ...

.$

4.500

}

105

SANITARY DEPARTMENT,-Continued.

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges ...

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928

Increase 1929 ...

:

:

::

:

::

:.

:

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

$

28,033

13,567

24,660

2,550

144,000

4,500

20,617

$ 196,693 20,617

$ 176,076

.$ 821,501 645,425

..$ 176,076

(a) 1 new Senior Inspector @ £400, 3 1st Class In- spectors @ £320 each, 1 Motor Mechanic @ $600, 4 Motor Drivers @ $525 each, 2 Garage Coolies @ $144 each, 1 Stoker @ $192, 2 Bath House Attendants @ $120 each and 36 Scavenging Coolies @ $120 each.

(b) Stipulated increments for all officers due. (c) Stipulated Good Conduct Allowances for Messen-

gers, Foremen, and Coolies.

(d) Rent Allowances for new posts of coolies. (e) 1 Foreman Grade 5.

(f) 3 2nd Class Inspectors to be promoted to 1st Class, 2 Skilled Labourers 2 Apprentices, and 2 Drivers posts abolished.

(g) 1 Chief Inspector, 1 Senior Inspector, 2nd Class Inspectors, Foreman Grade 1, Foreman Clean- ser and Bath House Engineer new appoint- ments.

(h) 2 Drivers posts abolished.

(i) Absorbed in Good Conduct Allowance. () New appointments.

(k) New Bath House at Shamshuipo.

(7) Increased Registration of Births.

(m) Conveyance Allowance for 1 Foreman engaged in

Aberdeen Scavenging.

(n) Exhumation at Central Cemetery, Ho Man Tin

commences.

(0) Increased staff required at Chinese New Year. (p) Increase due to ageing of vehicles and greater

mileage covered.

(g) Rent of Quarters at Aberdeen and Increased rent at Yaumati and Shamshuipo Coolies Quarters.

(r) Transport for anti-mosquito work. (s) Increase due to ageing of vehicles. (t) Considered sufficient. (u) Not required.

Increase.

Head 27.-Botanical and Forestry Department.

(a) Stipulated increments

(b) Good Conduct Allowances

Total ...

Personal Emoluments.

(g) Conveyance & Motor Allowances...$

(h) Incidental Expenses.

(1) Light...

Total ...

Decrease.

1,165 328

(c) Abolition of post

132

(d) Good Conduct Allowances (e) Personal Allowances

1

91

(f) Rent Allowances

48

1,493

Total ...

272

Other Charges.

30

(1) Expenses of Herbarium...

100

100

(k) Maintenance of Garden...

100

75

205

Total ...

200

Special Expenditure.

(1) Garden Stores for

Hospital

Kowloon

500

Total ...

500

106 ·

BOTANICAL & FORESTRY DEPARTMENT,-Continued.

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

...

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

:

:

:

:

:

:

::

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

$ 1,493

272

205

200

500

$

1,698

$

972

972

726

100,884

100,158

.$

726

(a) Increments to Supt., Asst. Supt., Supr., Asst. Supr., Hd. Gdner., Asst. Hd. Gdner., 1 Fore- man Gdner., 2 Apprentice Gdners., Carpen- ter, Hd., 2nd and 3rd Foresters, and 12 Forest Guards.

(b) 42 qualified for G.C.A.

(c) 1 Gardener not required.

(d) 1 new appointment.

(e) 13 replaced by G.C.A.

(f) 1 post abolished and 1 given married quarters.

(g) Increase of Conveyance Allowance to 2nd Fores-

ter. (Foreman N.T. in 1928 Est.).

(h) Including $100 for expenses of herbarium; see (j)

below.

(i) $75 added for newly installed lights in Gardeners'

and Foresters' Quarters.

(j) Included in "Incidental Expenses"; vote abolished. (k) Upkeep of grounds of the "Eyrie" taken over by

P.W.D.

(7) Further non-consumable stores not required.

Increase.

Head 28.-Education Department.

(a) New Posts...

Stipulated Increments

(b) Revised Salary...

Personal Allowances

(c) Good Conduct Allowance (d) Rent Allowances

(e) Other Allowances

Total

...

:

(g) Incidentals...

(h) Electric Fans and Light

Q. C. Laboratory

(i) University Examination Fees

Upkeep of Pianos.

(1) Capitation Grants

College Calendars

Total ...

...

:

Personal Emoluments.

Decrease.

.$

49,682 29,620 8,779

(f) Abolition of Posts

Reduction on new Appointments..

17,464 1,308

16

182

3,504

240

$

92,023

Total

:

:

$

18,772

$

Other Charges.

800

(k) Grants in aid of Rent

5,904

200

400

1,703

36

7,480 55

10,674

Total ...

:

5,904

(1) Chinese Readers

Compensation to Railway Queen's College Furniture

Special Expenditure.

Total ...

1,400 (m) Building Grants

40.000

2,600

(n) Equipment of Schools

1,330

1,000

(0) Equipment of K. C.

8,539

(p) Physical and Chemistry Grants (g) Safe

2,000

328

5,000

Total ...

}

52,197

1

107

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,—Continued.

Increase.

Personal Emoluments

: : :

Other Charges ...

Special Expenditure

Total ..

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928.

Increase 1929

Decrease.

.$ 92,023

$ 18,772

10,674 5,000

5,904

52,197

.$ 107,697

$

76,873

76,873

.$

30,824

.$1,259,827

1,229,013

.$

30,824

:

::

:

::

:

:

::

(a) 4 new British masters, 5 new British Mistresses, 2 new Inspectors of Vernacular Schools, 1 new Anglo-Chinese master, 1 new Vernacular mas- ter, 1 new University Trained Teacher, 11 new coolies, 1 new Carpentry Instructor.

(b) New scale for officers on sterling salary under

£600.

(c) 50 Coolies qualified for G.C.A.

(d) Extra posts qualified-5 new Mistresses and 11

new Coolies.

(e) New allowance for supervision of Vernacular

Teachers' Classes.

(f) 5 temporary mistresses not required.

(g) More uniforms for messengers. Increase in respect of M.O.S. and new Cheung Chau School. Allowance for Medical Examinations in the United Kingdom.

(h) New installations in Wantsai School. (2) More pupils to be examined.

(j) Increase of pupils in Grant Schools.

(k) Reduction in amounts required for Grant Schools.

(1) Payment to compilers of new Readers.

(m) Fewer grants contemplated.

(n) Less new Equipment required. (0)

do.

(2) Not required. (2) do.

Increase.

Head 29.-Public Works Department.

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

(a) New Posts

..$

84,459

(1) Abolition of Posts

...$

...

(b) Salary provided for vacant Posts..

8,640

(m) Reduction on new appointments...

(c) Stipulated Increments

34,572

(n) Transferred to Heads

(d) Revised Salary

1,890

(0) Personal allowances

...

...

(e) Transferred from Heads

2,719

(p) Charge allowances

...

69,939 930 9,999 403 3,600

(f) Good Conduct allowances

389

(g) Rent Allowances

144

(h) Language allowances

60

(7) Overtime allowances

(1) Duty allowances

720

2,400

(k) Sunday and Holiday allowances

1,013

Total

...$ 137,006

Total

:

:

:

84,871

Other Charges.

(q) Electric Fans and Lights

.$

(r) Light Maintenance Govt. Buildings.

2,000 2,000

(x) Conveyance & Motor allowances...$

596

(s) Maintenance of Furniture

15,000

(t) Transport and Travelling Expenses

2,000

(u) Upkeeper & Running expenses of

Motor Lorries & Cars

3,000

(u) Upkeep of Motor & Steam Rollers

2,000

Monuments

(w) Incidental Expenses

(w) Transport

(v) Upkeeper of Triangulation

Radio Telegraph Branch

(w) Repairs, Stores and Current

(s) Rent of offices for Radio Telegraph

1,000

...! ...

300

...

10,000 500 15,000

Total

$

52,800

Total

..$

596

108

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,-Continued.

Special Expenditure.

:

::

:

.$

7,000

(dd) Equipment of Government

4.000

3,000

500

50,000

2,500

2,640

5,160

Garage and workshops

(dd) Traffic Beacon

(dd) Wireless Receiver

(dd) Short Wave Transmitter (dd) Additional receiving gear for

short wave transmitter

...

(dd) Conversion of 5 K.W. Spark

Transmitter to interrupted

continuous wave

(dd) Motor car

14,400

5,000

10,000

...$ 104,200

Total

(y) Harbour Surveying

(2) Morris Trucks for New Territories. (aa) 1 Motor Car

(bb) 2 Safes

(cc) Additional 5 K.W. Short Wave

Transmitters

(cc) Additional receiving gear (cc) Provision of high speed trans-

mitting gear

(cc) Duplication of Storage Battery (cc) 1-1-K.W. Transmitter for Ship

traffic

(cc) 1--K.W. Transmitter for Close

range

(cc) Dehumidifying plant

Total

5,000

700

2,500

7,700

1,000

3,000

3,000

$

22,900

Personal Emlouments

Other Charges

Special Expenditure

-

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

:.

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

$ 137,006 52,800 104,200

$ 84,871

596 22,900

$

294,006

$ 108,367

$

108,367

185,639

...$ 1,649,897 ·

1,464,258

...$ 185,639

(a) New Posts: General Staff.-2 A. D. P. Ws. (£1,200 plus £1,080), 1 Technical Secretary to D. P. W. at £875.

Accounts and Stores.-1 Deputy Supt. A. & S., at £465., 1 Messenger at $132, 1 Asst. Store-keeper at £407.10.0.,

Inspector of Stores at £407.10.0.

Drainage.-1 Office Attendant at $168.

1

Electrical.-1 Telephone Operator at $450, 2 Lift Operators at $216 each, 1 Engineer at £460, 2 Senior Wireless Operators at £260 each, 3 Junior Wireless Operators at $1,200 each, 4 Messengers at $132 each, 3 5th Class Telegraphists at $900 each.

Port Development.-1 1st Class foreman $2,050.

Roads.-1 Engineer at £460.

Waterworks.-1 3rd Class Assistant Land Surveyor $1,499, 2 Waterworks Inspectors at $1,200 each.

(b) General Works.-1 Engineer at £460, 1 2nd Class Overseer at £260.

(c) A. D. P. Ws. $720, Accounts and Stores $12, Architectural $4,034, Correspondence $300, Crown Lands $2,602, Drainage $2,098, Electrical $6,011, General Works $2,583, Port Development $2.290, Public Health and Buildings Ordinance $2,181, Roads $2,340, Surveys $5,538, Valuation and Resumption $549, Water Works $3,314.

(d) Accounts and Stores.-1 Supt. A. & S. £30, 1 Store Foreman $60, 9 Storemen $1,010.

Architectural.-1 Chief Draughtsman £20.

Port Development.-1 Dredger Master $120.

Waterworks.-1 Watchman Tytam Reservoir $100.

(e) Electrical.-1 Groundsman at 60 cents per day from Head 27 Botanical and Forestry Department. General Works.-Field Allowance $1,500 from Head 29 S. H. Transport and Travelling Expenses. Surveys. Field Allowance $1,000 from Head 30 S.H. 7 Item 8, Survey of Colony.

(f) Accounts & Stores.-3 qualified, 1 not required.

Architectural.-10 qualified, 1 not required.

Correspondence. 6 qualified.

Crown Lands and Surveys.-25 qualified.

Electrical.-11 qualified, 1 not required.

General Works.-10 qualified.

P. H. & B. Ord.-3 qualified.

Valuation & Resumption.-2 qualified, 1 not required.

Roads.-1 qualified, 1 not required.

Water Works.—6 qualified, 1 not required.

{

}

109

(g) Accounts & Stores.-1 new appointment.

Architectural.-1 not required.

Electrical.-4 new appointments, 1 not required. Roads.--1 omitted in 1928.

(h) Crown Lands.-3 Land Bailiffs.

P. H. & B. Ord.-1 Inspector of Works.

(i) Port Development.

4th Class Draughtsman at $120.

Roads. 1 2nd Class Overseer at $600.

(1) General. For 1 Technical Secretary to D. P. W.

(4) Electrical.-For Senior Isp. of Works, etc., for Telegraphists, etc., and for Messengers.

Port Development.-For Dredger Master and Crew.

(1) General Staff.—A. D. F. W. £1,200.

Accounts & Stores.-2 Materials Inspectors $10,306, 1 Store Supervisor and Stock-taker $4,675. Architectural.-1 Engineer in Charge $10,200.

Drainage.-1 Survey Coolie $132.

Electrical.-1 5th Class Telegraphist $900.

Port Development.-1 2nd Class Foreman $900.

P. H. & B. Ord.-1 Engineer in Charge $14,400.

*

Roads.-1 Foreman Mechanic $2,144, 1 4th Class Draughtsman $450.

Water Works.-1 Engineer in Charge $10,200, 1 Apprentice Surveyor $1,100, 1 Stoker Pumping Station $132.

(m) Electrical.-1 Store-keeper, 4 Telegraph Apprentices.

General Works.-1 Apprentice Surveyor.

P. H. & B. Ord.-1 4th Class Draughtsman, 1 Foreman.

(n) Accounts and Stores.-1 Stenographer to Head 3, Senior Clerical Staff.

Architectural.-1 Fireman for heating Apparatus to Head 6, Sanitary Department.

Crown Land.-1 Chief Survey Clerk to Head 3, Senior Clerical Staff.

P. H. & B. Ord.-1 Stenographer to Head 3, Senior Clerical Staff.

(0) Architectural.-For 1 Engineer in Charge.

Electrical.-For 1 Engineer in Charge.

Water Works.-For 1 Engineer in Charge.

(2) Accounts & Stores.-1 not required.

Architectural.--2 absorbed in G. C. A., 1 not required.

Correspondence.-1 absorbed in G. C. A.

Crown Land & Surveys.-7 absorbed in G. C. A.

General Works.-1 absorbed in G. C. A.

Resumption Office.-1 absorbed in G. C. A.

Roads.-1 absorbed in G. C. A.

Water Works.-2 absorbed in G. C. A.

(g) Now includes offices of Government Analyst and Superintendent Imports and Exports.

(r) Includes 5 new lifts.

(*) Transferred to P. W. R.

(t) Previous provision insufficient.

(u) Due to ageing of vehicles.

(v) New vote.

(w) Previous provision insufficient.

(2) Considered sufficient,

Increased traffic.

(y) Provision of instruments for Harbour Work.

(z) To replace old Ford Truck.

(aa) Considered necessary.

(bb) To keep confidential documents.

(cc) For increased radio facilities.

(dd) Non-recurrent.

Increase.

110

Head 30.-Public Works Recurrent.

Decrease.

HONG KONG:

$

5,000

5,000

Hong KoNG:

A

...$

2,000

5,000

Buildings

15,000

27,000

Total, H. K.

$

49,000

Drainage Lighting

Water Works

Miscellaneous

Total H. K.

KOWLOON:-

Communications

Drainage

Lighting

Water Works

Miscellaneous

Total, Kowloon

NEW KOWLOON:

Communications

Drainage

...

Miscellaneous

Total, N. K.

NEW TERRITORIES :-

Communications

Total, N. T.

10,000

1,000

2,000

10,000

11,500

34,500

$

5,000

1,500

900

7,400

NEW TERRITORIES:

$

4,500

Buildings

11,500

$

4,500

Total, N. T.

11,500

Total Increase

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

.$

:

:

::

4.

:.

::

95,400

16,500

$

78,900

...$ 1,689,050

1,610,150

...$

78.900

Head 31.-Public Works Extraordinary.

Net Increase

...$ 952,441

For details see Memorandum issued by the Hon. Director of Public Works.

Increase.

Head 32.-Kowloon-Canton Railway.

(a) New Posts

Stipulated Increments

(b) Revised salary

(c) Transferred from F. B. Line

(d) Acting pay

(e) Good Conduct Allowance

(f) Rent Allowance

(g) Overtime Allowance (h) Other Allowance

Total

:

:

$

.$

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments.

4,299

2,271

1,405

1,943

(i) Abolition of Posts

Reduction on new Appt. Reduction of salary... Good Conduct Allowance

5,166

601

362

172

1,100

384

(c) Transferred to Main Line (1) Personal Allowance...

1,943

96

108

() Overtime Allowance

27

482

(1) Rent Allowance

348

144

}

12,136

Total

:

8,715

}

}

111

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY,—Continued.

:

Other Charges..

(8) 4 Bridgework

(s) 5 Carriages Repairs

(s) 17 Minor Works

(s) 23 Rails and Fastenings (s) 28 Stores

...S

500

1,000

9,795

800

1.800

9,000

(s) 33 Uniform

4,000

950

15,500

6,700

2,300

.$. 52,345

Total

(m) 2 Advertising (n) 3 Ballast

(0) 6 Coal

...

(n) 9 Formation and Line Prot. (p) 11 Goods Wagons Repairs (o) 14 Locomotives Repairs

(0) 15 Lubricants

(n) 25 Signals and Switches

(g) 26 Sleepers

(r) 27 Stations and Quarters

(0) 30 Tools and Plant

Total

Sub-Head No.

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

Total

:

Special Expenditure.

$

200

400

100

...

1.100 1,100 70

:

...$

2,970

5,000

Machines for Workshops

$

9,500

900

7,050

Improvements & alterations to Taipo Market Station

35,350

Special Repairs to Fanling Branch

12,500 9,000

9,800

1,200

6,000

3,950

69,250

Total

...$

31,000

·

:

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

:

:

::

:

:

(a) 4 Coolies at 50 cts. a day, 4 Fitters at $1.22 a day,

2 Boilermakers at $1.40 a day, 6 Workshop Coolies

at 58 cts. a day and 1 Trolleyman at $132 per

annum.

(b) 5 Station Masters, 1 Senior Goods Clerk, 1 Engine Examiner, 1 1st Class Foreman, Fitters, 2 Machinists, 2 Boilermakers, 1 Workshop Coolie, 1 Assistant Engineer and 1 Headman.

(c) 2 1st Class Drivers and 1 Fireman transferred from?

Fanling Branch Line.

(d) To Officer acting during absence on leave of Chief

Mechanical Engineer.

(e) 82 qualified for Good Conduct Allowance. (f) 1 Ticket Collector and 2 extra posts qualified.

(g) Overtime Allowance to Chinese Section Staff.

(A) Allowance to Kowloon Station Master.

Increase.

Decrease.

$

12,136

$

8,715

52.345

2,970

69,250

31,000

$

133,731

$

42,685

..$

42,685

$

91,046

$ 811,644

$

720,598

91,046

(i) 1 2nd Class Driver (Main Line) 1 Fireman, 1 Cleaner, 1 Conductor, 1 Sub-inspector, 2 Headmen, 1 Keyman and 10 Platelayers (Fanling Branch) not required.

(j) Absorbed in Good Conduct Allowance

(2) Overtime Allowance to Fanling Branch Line Staff not

required.

(7) Rent Allowance to Fanling Branch Line Staff not

required.

(m) More Advertising in Chinese Newspapers.

(n) Previous provision insufficient.

(0) Owing to through running to Canton. (p) Old wagons requiring more repairs.

(9) More renewals necessary.

(2) Bi-annual and heavy special repairs necessary.

(8) Fanling Branch Line closed.

Increase.

112

Head 33.-H. K. V. D. Corps

Personal Emoluments.

Decrease.

(a) Stipulated Increments

204

(c) Acting pay

1,280

(e) Reduction of salary (f) Good Conduct Allowance

...$

1

10

(d) Good Conduct Allowance (d) Rent Allowances

23

24

Total

1,531

Total

11

Other Charges.

(g) Ammunition

$

2,000

(1) Camp Expenses

1,000

Fuel and Light

120

(7) Allowances for Officers and N. C. O's.

undergoing training in England... Band Allowances

1,300

1,500

Total

..$

4,920

Total

..$

1,000-

Special Expenditure.

(1) 4 Vickers Guns

Machine Guns

8,300

Construction at Vol. Headqrs.

2,500

(m) 2 Sets Pack Saddling for

300 Paillasses and Bolsters...

1,932

550

Colours

1,500

(n) 1 Armoured Car

15,000

1 Range Finder

400

2 Motor Cycles with Carriage

suitable for M. G. Mountings...

Armoured Car

10,000

2,200

4 Vickers Guns

7,000

2 Motor Cycles with carriage suitable

for M. G. Mountings ...

2,200

Total

26,050

Total

$

25,532

Personal Emoluments

Other Charges

Special Expenditure

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929

:

Increase.

Decrease.

$

1,531

$

11

4.920

1,000

26.050

25,532

32,501

$

26,543

r

26.348

5,958

(a) Stipulated increments.

Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

(c) During absence on leave of Corps Sergt-Major.

(d) 4 qualified for G. C. Allowances.

(e) Last year 366 days.

(f) 1 Coolie not required.

(g) Purchase of extra rounds for Artillery Practice. (1) More light required in new Company Offices.

$ 103,058

97,400

5,958

(i) Increase due to new W. O. regulations. () New vote.

(4) Considered sufficient.

(7) Required to complete establishment. (m) New vote.

(n) Previous provision insufficient.

113

Increase.

Decrease.

Head 34.-Miscellaneous Services.

S. H.

S. H.

7. Geological Survey of Colony. (d) $ 8. Boy Scouts and Girl Guides

2,500

3/4 Coal for Offices

(a) $

1,800

Associations

...

(e)

2,000

11. Colonial Advisory Medical &

Sanitary Committee

(f)

94

25. University of Hong Kong,

School of Chinese

(g)

32,200

26. Yunnan Scholarships at Uni-

versity

4. Crown Agents Commission (b) 5. Contribution towards cost of

3 Armed Launches... 30. Other Miscellaneous Services (k) 35. Printing Miscellaneous Papers (m) 39. Rent Allowances, European

Subordinate Officers

2,000

(c)

13,815

145,000

8,000

(p)

2,000

(h)

60

27. Language Bonuses...

(i)

3,300

28. Language Study Allowances..

7,000

34. Printing Government Gazette (1) 37. Purchase and Upkeep of.

Typewriters and Calculating Machines

300

...

(n)

4,000

38. Rent Allowances Senior

Officers

(0)

14,000

40. Rent Allowances,

Asiatic

Subordinate Officers

(g)

2,000

41. Rent of Public Telephones (1o)

3,500

42. Stationery...

(s)

35,000

47. Exchange Compensation Al-

lowance

(t) 350,000

Total ...

$455,954

Total ...

172,615

Increase

Less Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

Increase. $ 455,954 172,615

...$ 283,339

.$ 1,207,743 924,404

$ 283,339

Decrease.

(a) Transferred to Head 13 Subhead 19.

(b) Considered sufficient.

(c) The charters of these vessels expire in April/May,

1929.

(d) To complete the printing of the report and maps

and to carry out soil tests.

(e) New grant.

(f) Contribution assessed annually by Secretary of

State.

(g) Grant increased to enable the School of Chinese

to be started.

(h) Includes travelling expenses for outgoing scholar. (i) More officers expected to qualify.

(j) More officers studying and drawing allowances.

(%) Considered sufficient.

(7) Increase in number of pages.

(m) Printing being diverted to Gaol.

(n) More typewriters, and includes adding machines

previously provided in departmental estimates. (0) More officers.

(p) New quarters provided at Ventris Road relieve

this vote.

(9) More officers qualify each year.

(r) Increased rates and more lines.

(s) Larger stocks of material are being carried at the

Gaol and consumption has increased.

(t) To cover the cost for a full year of the additional

exchange allowance.

Increase.

114

Head 35.-Charitable Services.

S. H.

1. (a) Allowances Allocated

$

4.742

10. (b) St. Lewis Industrial School...

4,200

Total

.$

8,942

Net Increase

Estimates 1929

Estimates 1928

Increase 1929.

...

(a) New Pensions.

Increase.

:

:

:

:

Increase.

Decrease.

.$

8,942

$ 103,566 94,624

...$

8,942

Decrease.

(b) Grant increased to cover technical instruction of

pauper children.

Head 36.-Charge on Account of Public Debt.

(a) Interest on 6% Public Works

Loan 1927 (5,000,000) and Sin- king Fund...

Total

...$ 253,000

$ 253,000

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929 ...

:

(a) Increased to cover service of full issue of $5,000,000.

:

Increase.

...$ 253,000

$1,332,298 1,079,298

$ 253,000

Decrease.

Decrease.

}

}

Increase.

(a) Police Pensions

(b) Widows and Orphans

(c) Death Gratuities

...

Total...

(a) More Pensions.

115

Head 37.-Pensions.

...$

1.426 (d) Civil Pensions 19,000

10,000

.$

30,426

Total ...

Total

Deduct Decrease

Net Increase

Estimates 1929 Estimates 1928

Increase 1929

:

(b) Increased under new tables, and more pensions.

Increase.

:

:

:

י'.

Increase.

Decrease.

$

30,426

$

17,405

17,405

13,021

$ 847,000

833,979

13,021

(c) Previous estimate insufficient. (d) Considered sufficient.

RECAPITULATION.

Total Estimate for 1928

Total Estimate for 1929

Total Increase

:

$22,183,045

24,799,650

$ 2,616,605

Decrease.

...$

17,405

...$

17,405

Decrease.

Personal Emoluments:

New Posts

$ 582,718

Stipulated Increments.

166,507

Revised Salaries...

46.274

Transferred from other Heads

66,586

Acting Pay

4,780

Personal and Charge Allowances

5,436

Acting Pay

Good Conduct Allowances

5,438

Rent Allowances

7,730

Rent Allowances

Language Allowances

9,178

Overtime Allowances..

Overtime Allowance

3,230

Other Allowances

Other Allowances

6,588

Other Charges...

250,487

Special Expenditure

535,290

Public Works Recurrent

78,900

Public Works Extraordinary

952,441

Military Contribution

334,784

Miscellaneous Services...

283,339

Charitable Services

Public Debt

Pensions

Total Increase

Deduct. Decrease

Net Increase

:

8,942 253,000

13,021

.$3,614,669 998,064

$2,616,605

Charge Allowances

Language Allowance Reduction of Salary Other Charges... Special Expenditure

ง.

1,405

18,440

2,823

720

367

5

3,600

12

8,435 128,064 463,669

Total Decrease......

$ 998,064

Personal Emoluments:

Abolition of Posts

Vacant Posts

Reduction on New Appointments

Transferred to other Heads

Good Conduct Allowances

Personal Allowances

...

$ 178,664 1,984 141,998

47,878

:

HONG KONG

TO WIT.

NAME IN FULL.

25

HONG KONG.

JURORS LIST FOR 1928.

I. SPECIAL JURORS.

OCCUPATION.

No.

3 1928

ADDRESS.

Alves, José Miguel Arnold, John

Arthur, Thomas

Beith, Benjamin David

Fleming..

Bell, William Henry Bonnar, John Whyte Cooper... Braga, José Pedro Brayfield, Thomas Henry

Gordon

Brown, Neilage Sharp. Cameron, Allan

Compton, Albert Henry Coppin, Alan Griffiths Davidson, Arthur Wellesley

Dowley, Walter Arthur...... Dyer, Robert Morton...

Ferguson, Archibald Hill Fleming, John

Goggin, William George Greig, Kenneth Edward Grimble, Charles Frederick

George

Gubbay, Aaron Sassoon Hall, Frederick Charles.... Hancock, Herbert Richard

Budd

Merchant, J. M. Alves & Co..... Secretary, H.K. C. & M. Steamboat Co.,

Ld.

Marine Surveyor, Goddard and Douglas.

Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Merchant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Bill & Bullion Broker Reuter's Agent ....

Marine Surveyor, Carmichael & Clarke,

Ld.

Manager, Butterfield & Swire

Oriental Manager, Canadian Pacific S.S.,

Ld.

Manager, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld Exchange Broker

Marine Supt., Canadian Pacific S.S.

Co., Ltd.

Exchange Broker

Chief Manager, H.K. & Whampoa Dock

Co.

Manager, Chartered Bank

Chartered Accountant, Lowe, Bingham &

Matthews

Manager, Bank Line, Ld. Chief Engineer, Taikoo Dockyard

Ship Broker, George Grimble & Co. Merchant, E. D. Sassoon & Co. Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...

Broker, Stewart Bros.

On premises.

Rockhill, Sassoon Road, Pokfulum. Peak Hotel.

On premises.

Belvedere, The Peak. Hong Kong Club,

12 Knutsford Terrace, Kowloon.

Flywheel, Tai Po. 350 The Peak.

362 The Peak. Overlays, Repulse Bay. 4a Des Voeux Road Central.

9 Magazine Gap Road.

2 Tregunter Mansions.

On premises.

Charter House, 17 Peak Road,

105 The Peak.

163 The Peak.

Quarry Bay.

10 Branksome Towers,

9 Macdonnell Road.

On premises.

286 The Peak.

NAME IN FULL.

26

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

Ho Kom-tong Humphreys, Henry Joseph, Joseph Edgar Kan Tong-po... Lammert, Herbert Alexander. Lauder, Paul

Lay Kam-fat

Little, Colbourne

Logan, William

Mackie, Charles Gordon

Stewart

Marsh, Francis Richard........................ Miskin, Geoffrey Parker, Philo Woodworth. Pattenden, Walter Leslie Pearce, Thomas Ernest.... Perry, Frederick Arthur Plummer, John Archibald.. Pui Tso-yi (T. Y. Pei).......... Rocha, João Maria da Rodgers, Robert............. Russell, Donald Oscar Seth, John Hennessey

Sheppard, John Oram

Silva-Netto, Antonio Ferreira

Batalha Sutherland, Robert

Taggart, James Harper.. Templeton, David Tester, Percy Wong Kam-fuk....

Wong Kwong-tin...

Banker

Merchant, J. D. Humphreys & Son Merchant, J. E. Joseph

Chief Manager, Bank of East Asia, Ld.... Stock Broker, Geo. & H. A. Lammert ... General Manager, Union Ince. Socty. of

Canton, Ld.

Exchange Manager, Bank of Canton, Ld. Principal, Little, Adams & Wood Broker, W. Logan & Co.

Resident Partner, Mackinnon &

Mackenzie

7 Caine Road. 1 Tregunter Mansions. Hong Kong Hotel. On premises. 170 ̊The Peak.

On premises. 16 Mosque Street.

14 Humphreys Building, Kowloon. Peak Hotel.

On premises.

On premises.

Electrical Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. 253 The Peak. Director, Gilman & Co., Ld. Gen. Manager, Standard Oil Co. Merchant, W. R. Loxley & Co. Merchant, J. D. Hutchison & Co.

Merchant, British American Tobacco Co. Merchant, Bradley & Co., Ld. Manager, Bank of China, Ld........... Merchant, J. M. da Rocha & Co. Exchange Broker..

Merchant, W. R. Loxley & Co. Incorporated Accountant, Percy Smith,

Seth & Fleming...

Freight Assist., Canadian Pacific S.S., Ld.

Merchant, Silva-Netto & Co. Shipping Manager, Jardine, Matheson

* Co., L.

Managing Director, Hong Kong Hotel ... Manager, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Share Broker, Tester & Abraham Compradore, H.K. & K. W. & G. Co., Ld. Secretary, Kai Tak Land Investment

Co., Ld...

Altadena, The Peak.

7 Mountain View.

299 The Peak.

250 The Peak.

515 The Peak. 9 Village Road. On premises. 137 The Peak. Hong Kong Club.

2 Peak Road. 1a Hatton Road.

1 President Apartments.

368 The Peak. On premises. On premises.

9 Stewart Terrace. 11 Arbuthnot Road.

38 Robinson Road.

NAME IN FULL.

27

II. COMMON JURORS.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

A

Abbas, Abbib ... Abbas, Abdul Hamid Abbas, Abdul Rahim. Abbas, Yakub

Abbott, Albert Stanley Abesser, Peter Ablong, Alfred Ernest Ablong, Arthur Jobu... Abraham, Albert

Abraham, Edgar Shooker....

Abraham, Ezra

Abraham, Jon Macoyer.. Abraham, Reuben Ackber, John .... Adal, Mohammed Yafub Adam, James

Adams, Josiah Logan Adler, William Hastings. Ahwee, Henry William..

Acct., Lowe, Bingham and Matthews...... Assistant Secretary, HK Club Asst., HK. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld.... Godown Superintendent, Texas & Co. ... Manager, Kelly & Walsh, Ld Accountant. Connell Bros. Co................ Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co,

Ld. ..Overseer, HK. Electric Co., Ld......

Chief Clerk, HK. & China Gas Co. Exchange Broker, Grossman, Abraham

& Greensmith....

Ainslie, Ernest James Akehurst, Herbert Farrant *Alabaster, James Wilfred... Alarakia, Ebrahim Mahomed Alarakia, Ismail Mohamed Alarakia, Rhamatulla

Mahomed.......... Alexander, William Lodge

Allan, David Joseph

Allen, Henry Alexander

Allgood, Heury Patrick...

Allison. Alfred

Alltree, Ernest

...

Broker, Tester & Abraham

Head Foreman, E. W. Blackmore Share Broker, Tester & Abraham Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co. Clerk, HK, Electric Co., Ld. Shipwright, HK, & Whampoa Dock Co... Civil Architect, Butterfield & Swire Salesman, Holyoak, Massey & Co., Ld.... Merchant, Colonial Commercial Engineer-

ing Co., Ld..........

Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co. Electric Engr. HK. Electric Co., Ld.............. Asst., Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld. Assistant, Ye Olde Printerie, Ld.. Clerk, Chartered Bank

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co. Chartered Accountant, Percy Smith,

Seth & Fleming

Storekeeper, HK. & Whampoa Dock Co. Reception Clerk, HK. & S'hai Hotels, Ld. Holt's Wharf..

Clerk, HK. Electric Co., Ld.,

Asst., Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld.

Almeida, Apolinario Antonio d' Assistant, Fumigating & Disinfecting

Almeida, Julio Hyndman Alves, Alberto Eduardo de

Selavisa

Alves, Alvaro Alvares Alves, Arthur Alvaro Alves, Carlos Francisco Xavier Alves, Darius Caesar Selavisa. Alves. Henngal Alberto Alves, John Antonio Selavisa. Alves, Jose Lourenco..... Amery, Samuel Chant Paddon Ammann, Hugo

Anderson, Charles Graham Anderson, David

Anderson, George

Anderson, John Edgar Anderson, John Fraser

Anderson, William..

Andrew, James Hugh Morton. Andrews, Arthur Albert Angeles, Godofredo San Luis. Angus, George Ian

Annetts, Amos

Antonio, Ernesto Antonio, Luiz Victor

Archbutt, Geoffrey Samuel

Bureau, Ld.......

Assistant, Standard Oil Co......

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Broker, Alvaro Alvares Alves Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bauk Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld.. Assistant, J. D. Hutchison & Co.. Per pro., Hughes & Hough, Ld.. Assistant Bookkeeper, Bradley & Co., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.. Attorney, A. Goeke & Co.

|

216 Wanchai Road. 216 Wanchai Road. 10 Yin Wah Street. Gin Drinker's Bay. Repulse Bay Hotel.

4 Tung Hing Road, Kowloon. On premises.

49 Praya East, 2nd Floor. Gas Works, Hong Kong.

86 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 55 Granville Road, Kowloon. 528 Nathan Road.

8 Torres Buildings, Kowloon. 13 Morrison Gap Road.

10 Jardine's Bazaar, 1st Floor. Kowloon Docks.

6 Branksome Towers, May Road. Seven Sisters, North Point.

61 Kowloon Tong. On premises.

10 East Point Terrace. On premises.

29 Lee Garden Street, 2nd Floor. 21 Cochrane Street.

21 Cochrane Street.

2 Humphreys Buildings. Kowloon Docks.

4 Percival Street, Hong Kong. Windsor Lodge, Austin Avenue. On premises.

2 Lower Albert Road.

Hulk Aldecoa, Yaumati Bay. 14 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon.

On premises.

11 Macdonnell Road. Union Building. On premises.

13 Humphreys Avenue, Kowloon. 13 Humphreys Avenue, Kowloon. 13 Humphreys Avenue, Kowloon. d. 8 Mosque Junction.

Manager, Assurance Franco-Asiaticque... Engineer, HK, & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld. Marine Surveyor, Anderson & Ashe Director, Anderson Music Co., Ld. Assistant Engineer, China Sugar Refining

Co., Ld.

Managing Director, Anderson Music Co.,

Ld.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld. Inspector, Peak Tramways, Ld. Assistant, Thoresen & Co., Ld. Assistant Engineer, China Light &

Power Co. (1918), Ld. Asst. Supt., Jardine Matheson & Co., Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India, Ld. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

Fire Manager, Union Insurance Society

of Canton, Ld.

Ld.

Quarry Bay.

2 Bisney Villas.

23 Kai Tack Bund. On premises.

7 Prat Buildings, Kowloon, 34 Humphreys Buildings, Kowloon.

East Point Terrace.

1 Minden Avenue, Kowloon. On premises.

*

Peak Tram Terminus. cjo. Oriental Tobacco Factory.

80B Nathan Road.

4 Aimai Villas, Kowloon. 30 Granville Road, Kowloon. On premises.

Union Building.

28

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

A-Continued.

Archibald, John Robinson..... Arculli, Omar el....... Armstrong, William Arnaulphy, Carlos Arnold, George Henry Arnold, Morris Hadrian Arnold, Thomas Arnott, Thomas..

Arthur, George Duncan

MacPherson

Arthur, Stewart Allan Assis, Arsenio Feliciano Atkins, Albert Edwin Atkins, Valentine John....

Atkinson, Clark

Austin, David

Austin, Frank

Assistant, Green Island Cement Co., Ld. Brick Works, Deep Water Bay.

Merchant, Arculli Bros.

Engineer, China Light & Power.. Merchant, Geriu, Drevard & Co..... Chief Accountant, Vacuum Oil Co. Electrical Engr., HK. Electric Co., Ld.... H.K. Canton & Macao Steamboat Co. Works Manager, Green Island Cement

Co., Lư.

Marine Surveyor, Carmichael & Clarke Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co. Clerk, T. E. Griffith....

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co.

(S.C.), Ld.

Shipwright, HK, Whampoa Dock Co. Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co....... Manager, A. J. David & Co., Ld................

Ellenbud, Pokfulum.

On premises.

3 Felix Villas, Mount Davis Road. 4 Torres Building, Kowloon. H. E. C. Quarters, No. 3 N. P. Station. Rockhill, Sassoon Road, Pokfulum.

Cement Works.

10 Carnarvon Building, Kowloon. 103 Peak.

President Aparts, Nathan Road. On premises.

On premises. Kowloon Docks. On premises. Peak Hotel.

B

Babbidge, Henry George Backhouse, Charles Edwin Backhouse, James Herbert Bailey, William Charles Baker, Albert John Baker, Samuel

Ballantyne, Donald Lindsay...

Banks, Robert Gordon Bannerman, George Henry

Maclean

Baptista, Arthur Feliciano Baptista, Cezar Antonio

Octavino Baptista, Joaquim Baptista, Marciano Francisco

de Paula

Baptista, Rodolfho Deogenes.. Barclay, Thomas Charles......

Barker, Paul England Barnes, Francis Henry Barradas, Arthur Oscar.. Barradas, Duarte Augusto... Barradas, Fernando Augusto... Barradas, Vasco Maria Barretto, Carlos Augusto Barretto, Frederico Alberto

Maria

Barretto, José Conde Barros, Antão Vasques. Barrow, John Edward

Barry, Frederick Charles Barry, Thomas Andrew.... Barton, Alan Lawson Basa, Ricardo

Baskett, Paul Evelyn...... Basto, Antonio Hermenegildo.

Basto, Carlos Henrique... Basto, Luiz Eduardo Baxter, William..

Beath, David

Taikoo Dockyard

Assistant, J. H. Backhouse, Ld..... Director, J. H. Backhouse, Ld. Ince. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Asst., W. R. Loxley & Co........ Chief Engineer, China Sugar Refining

Co., Ld.

Assistant Manager, Equitable Eastern

Banking Corporation

Butcher, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld..

Electrical Engineer, Electric Co., Ld.... Clerk, National City Bank of New York.

Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank......... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...

Quarry Bay.

5 Tregunter Mansions. 5 Tregunter Mansions. Peak Hotel.

Humphrey's Building, Kowloon.

On premises.

2 Carnarvon Building, Kowloon. 2 Lower Albert Road.

549 Peak.

8 Caine Road.

On premises.

5 St. Joseph's Terrace.

Assistant, Green Island Cement Co., Ld... 8 Caine Road. Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank

On premises. Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Ld. On premises. Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld.

103 The Peak. Chief Clerk, Singer Sewing Machine Co.. Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Clerk, Nederlandsch Indische Handelsbank Netherlands India Commercial Bank ......

Clerk, Nederlandsch Indische

Handelsbank

Secretary, L. E. Basto Bookkeeper, Bradley & Co., Lda. Assistant Engineer, China Light & Power

Co., La.

Accountant, HK. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Accountant, HK. Telephone Co., Ld............. Assistant, Sassoon & Co., Ld..... Merchant, R. Basa Assistant

Architect, Raven & Basto Principal, Little, Adams & Wood Chiropractor and Merchant, L. E. Basto... Consulting Engineer, D. A. Purves & Co. Sub-Accountant, Chartered Bank

3 Lycemoon Villas, Kowloon, On premises. On premises. On premises.

20 Granville Road. 32 Granville Road.

32 Granville Road. On premises. 2 Caine Road.

On premises. Repulse Bay Hotel:

26 West Terrace, Kowloon Docks. 515 The Peak.

19 Caine Road.

Water Factory, North Point. 67 Kowloon Tong, Kowloon. 163 Kowloon Tong.

10 Queen's Road East, 1st Floor. Y.M.C.A. Salisbury Road, Kowloon. On premises.

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ADDRESS.

B-Continued.

Beck, Ernest

* Beck, Thomas Christopher

Terrance

Becker, Anicet Bell, George Herbert

Siegmund....

Bell, Michael Robson..

Bell, Robert Barr Bell, William

Bell, William Denny Bellamy, Leonard Charles

Fenton........ Beltrão, Manuel Roza Benson, Charles Henry. Bentley, John...... Berber, Norman Charles Berent, Herbert Siegmund

Bernardo, Joaquim... Berruex, Marcel

Bertram, John William

Beveridge, William

Biggar, David MacDonald ...

Billingh urst, Lewis Rhodes

Bird, Alfred

Bird, George

Birkett, Henry

Bitzer, Conrad

Black, Colin Charters * Black, Ernest David Blackburn, Leslie James

Blackley, John

Blackmore, Ernest Wilfrid Blackwell, Philip William.. Blair, Kenneth George Blaker, Cedric Blakeslee, Austin

Blason, Charles Henry

Bliss, Arthur William Bloomfield, John Arthur

Blansden, William James Bollard, John Cyril Bolsius, Georges. Bond, Charles

Bond, Gerald Hollingsworth..] Bone, David

Boning, Bernard Auton. Bonnaud, Artisde

Borrowman, William

Borteele, Felix.

Botelho, Alfredo Apollonio ... Botelho, Alvaro Alberto Botelho, Antonio Alexandrinho

Rosello

Botelho, Augusto Cesar

Botelho, Eliseu Decio

Assistant Taikoo Sugar Refinery

Assistant, T. E. Griffith & Co., Ld.. Assistant, Sassoon & Co, Ld

Manager, P. & O. Banking Corporation Draughtsman, HK. Whampoa Dock

Co., Ld.

Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, Butterfield & Swire..... Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.....

General Manager, HK. Tramways, Ld. Clerk, Messageries Maritimes General Manager, American Express Co. Asst., Union Ince. Soety. of Canton, Ld. Assistant, Bradley & Co., Ld..... Assistant, Nestle & Anglo-Swiss

Condensed Milk Co.

On premises.

Huntington, Stubbs Road. 12 Yee Kwong Terrace.

3 Thorpe Manor, May Road.

Kowloon Docks. Quarry Bay.

14 Stanley Terrace, Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay.

358 The Peak.

9 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon, On premises. On premises. Repulse Bay Hotel.

6 Bungalow, Repulse Bay.

Assistant, Jardine. Matheson & Co., Ld... 554 Nathan Road.

Assistant, Ullmann & Co.

Assistant Engineer, China Light &

Power Co (1918), Ld.

Assistant, HK. & Shanghai Bank

Manager, Equitable Easteru Banking

Corporation....

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.....

On premises.

24 Ashley Road.

On premises.

Pokfulam.

193 The Peak.

Sub-Acct., Chartered Bank of I., A. & C. Chartered Bank Mess.

Watchman, Taikoo Dockyard Broker, Moxon & Taylor....

Manager, Bitzer & Co.......

Steainship Agent, Furness (Far East), Ld. Assistant, HK. & Shanghai Bank

Engineer and Manager, HK. & China

Gas Co.

Quarry Bay.

On premises.

Ava Mansions, May Road.

5 Branksome Towers.

On premises.

Hong Kong Chủ.

Butcher, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. 2 Lower Albert Road.

Manager, E. W. Blackmore

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.. Merchant, Blair & Co.

Director, Gilman & Co.

Sub-Accountant, National City Bank of

New York

Chartered Accountant, Butterfield &

Swire

Asst., HK. & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld.... Merchant, British-American Tobacco Co.,

(China), Ld.................

Baker, Lane, Crawford, Ld..

Asst, Brunner, Mond & Co. (China). Ld. Manager, Oriental Tobacco Manufactory. Manager, Gande, Price & Co., Ld. Architect, Denison, Ram & Gibbs Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard....... Assistant, Standard Oil Co....... Sub-Manager, Banque de l'Indo-Chine ... Draughtsman, W. S. Bailey & Co., Ld.... Chief Clerk, Messageries Maritimes ..... Assistant, HK. Rope Mfg. Co., Ld. Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.

Principal, Botelho Bros.

Secretary, Fumigating and Disinfecting

Bureau, Ld.....

Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank. Botelho, Julio Cecilio de Sousa Assistant, Botelho Bros.

Armend Buildings. Peak Hotel.

16 Bowen Road.

On premises.

450 The Peak,

Shek 0. Kowloon Docks.

On premises.

Ou premises. On premises. On premises.

106 Kowloon Tong. Lauriston, Bowen Road, Quarry Bay. Repulse Bay Hotel. On premises. Y.M.C.A. Building.

3 Felix Villas.

311 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

1 Saifee Terrace, Top Floor, K’loon,

35 Granville Road, Kowloon.

93 Wong-nei-chong Road. On premises. 339 Nathan Road,

Kowloon.

30

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B-Continued.

ADDRESS.

"

Botelho, Noe Ulysses Bough, Henry Charles Boulton, Sydney Bourne, John Philip Bourne, Water Hargreaves Bow, Henry Francis Bowes-Smith, Aubrey Maurice Boyd, Wilson Lowrie Boyle, Francis.... Bradbury, Bertram Bradford, Thomas Fisher Braga, Clement Albert Braga, Noel

Braude, Arthur Nathaniel........ Brearley, Alfred .............

Bree, William George Brennan, Alfred Francis

Bridger, Richard Leslie..... Brister, John Henry Broadberry, Ernest Brook, Joshua

Brostedt, August

*Brown, Andrew Walton

Brown, Arthur James Brown, Charles Bernard Brown, Charles William Brown, Edward Francis Brown, Capt. Frank Leader Brown, John Coghill...

Brown, John Frederick.. Brown, Patrick

Brown, Raymond Arthur * Brown, William Brown, William Joseph. Brown, Wilson.

....

Browne, Henry Davenport Browning, Douglas Meacham.. Bryden, Eric McDonald

Bulloch, James Bungey, Alexander Philip Bunje, Henry Ferdinand Burling, William John Burn, Andrew....... Burrel, William Walker

Bursley, Allan John

Burson, Herbert.

Assistant, Standard Oil Co. Reuters, Ld.

Storekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Superintendent, HK, & S'hai Hotels, Ld. Architect, W. H. Bourne..... Assistant, Dodwell & Co.

Exchange Broker, A. M. Bowes-Smith... Sub-Acct., National City Bank of N.Y... Pansman, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Ld. Supt., Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Holt's Wharf....

Assistant, Holyoak, Massey & Co. Secretary China Light & Power Co.

(1918) Ltd

Engineer, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld. Sub-Manager, Chartered Bank of I.,

A. & C.

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co.................. Store-keeper, HK. Telephone Co., Ld. Managing Director, Lane, Crawford, Ld.. J. H. Brister

....

Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld. Marine Representative, Vacuum Oil Co... Agent, Canadian National Railways Assistant Secretary, Lane, Crawford

& Co., L..

Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld.... Chartered Accountant, Linstead & Davis Assistant Manager, Taikoo Dockyard Clerk, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Boilermaker, HK, Whampoa & Dock

Co., Lư...

Freight Clerk, Canadian Pacific S.S., Ld. Assistant, Loxley & Co.

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard....

Acet., China Light & Power Co., Ld....... Coppersmith Joiner, HK. & Whampoa

Dock Co., Ld.............

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld.. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co....... Chartered Accountant, Lowe, Bingham &

Mathews

Assistant, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Merchant, British American Tobacco Co. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. ... Assistant, HK. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld.... Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery District Manager, American Asiatic

Underwriters

1 St. Joseph's Terrace. 10 Pea e Avenue. On premises.

Hong Kong Hotel. Peak Hotel.

218 Queen's Road Central. 516 Peak.

Repulse Bay Hotel. On premises.

2 Lower Albert Road. Kowloon Hotel.

12 Knutsford Terrace.

12 Knutsford Terrace. On premises.

360 The Peak. On premises. On Premises. Ou premises. 20 Peak Road.

On premises.

135 Wong-nei-chong Road. Repulse Bay Hotel.

On premises.

335 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 176 The Peak. Quarry Bay.

335 Nathan Road, 1st Floor. 17 Bowen Road.

Kowloon Docks. 530 Nathan Road. 27 Kai Tak Bund. Hong Kong Chu Quarry Bay.

Mignon, Price Edward Road.

On premises. On premises. On premises.

Ava Mansions, May Road. Pokfulam Road. 53 The Peak. On premises.

Wild Dell, Wood Road, Kowloon. On premises.

2 Hankow Road.

4

On premises.

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., L‹. Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Ld................ Burton, Arthur Louis Lovelace Wharfinger, HK. & Kowloon W. & G.

Butler, Edward

Butler, Richard Kingsley Butlin, Strathmore Tatham Butt, Abdula

Butterfield, William Arthur Bux, Elias Shiek Bux, Sheik Omar

...

Co., Ll.

Holt's Wharf..

Assistant, HK. Amusements, Ld............ Chartered Accountant, Linstead & Davis. Asst., Getz South China Trading Co...... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld................. Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Clerk, HK, Electric Co., Ld.

On premises.

1 Kings Park Buildings. Glenthorn, Kimberley Road. 37 Wyndham Street. Lauriston, Bowen Road. 5в Chancery Lane. On premises.

43 Jardine's Bazaar.

43 Jardine's Bazaar, 1st Floor.

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C

ADDRESS.

Calcraft, Leslie Arthur Cameron, Colin Shaw Cameron, James..... Cameron, John James Campbell, Robert Campos, Henrique Maria Canney, Joseph... Cappleman, Daniel Edwin Carlos, Cesar Villa................... Caron, Leonardus Johannes

Jacobus

Carroll, Anthony Henry Carroll, William Joseph Carson, Henry Laird Carter, Richard John Carvalho, Alvaro Eugenio Carvalho, Duarte Eduardo de Carvalho, Feruão Henrique de Carvalho, Guilherme Augusto

de

Carvalho, Gustavo Adolpho de Carvalho, Marcus Antonio de Carvalho, Octavio Arthur de Cassidy, Philip Stanley.... Castro, Albert Eduardo Castro, Antoine Piu

Castro, Egydio Maria...

Castro, Henry Oscar

Castro, Hilario.

Castro, José Francisco

Chalmers, James Calder

A-sistant, Butterfield & Swire..... Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Sub-Acct., Chartered Bank of I., A. & C. Engineer, Green Island Cement Co., Ld. Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld.. Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C. Pansman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Assistant, Standard Oil Co.............. Clerk, Far East Oxygen Co., Ld.

Sub-Accountant, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschappij

Broker, Carroll Bros. Broker, Carroll Bros.

Assistant, Davie, Boag & Co., Ld. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.... Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.. Assistant, Botelho Bros.

|

Peak Hotel.

Quarry Bay. Ou premises. On permises. On premises.

2 Prat Buildings, Kowloon. On premises

Hong Kong Hotel.

162 Belchers Street, Kennedy Town.

Ou premises.

Macdonnell Road.

14 Bowen Road.

On premises. On premises. 27 Ashley Road. Lyemoon Villas.

| Shipping Clerk, Andersen, Meyer & Co ... On premises.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Lu.7 Assistant, Botelho Bros. Assistant, Botelho Bros. Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank Merchant, J. D. Hutchison & Co.

Asst., Nederlandsch Indische Maatschappy Assistant, Standard Oil Co...... Assistant, HK. Rope Factory

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Foreman, Oriental Tobacco Manufactory Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld.

Castro, José Maria d'Almada e Assistant, The Bank Line, Lid.

Chaloner, Robert Minta.....

Chambers, Arthur Harrington. Cave, Leonard James... Chan Chenk

Chan Chi-man

Chan Chiu-ting

Chan Chun-sang Chan Harr

Chau Ho-uam..

Chan Hung-ching Chan Ip-man Chan Ju-key Chan Iu-nin

Chan Ki-soon

Chau Kwai-ping. Chan Kwei-pun

Chan Man-kai...................

Chan Ping-shu Chan Ping-fai Chan Ping-san Chan Ping-tong Chan Shun-tsun Chan Wai-chung Chan Ying-hung

Chan Yiu-nam Chan Yuk-in Chand, Pooran

Chang Loy Chang Sam-chong Chapman, Allan........

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire...

Austin Avenue, Kowloon.

596 Orient Building, Nathan Rd., K. 596 Orient Building, Nathan Rd., K. On premises. 30 The Peak. On premises.

44 Elgin Street.

563 Nathan Road,

81 Austin Road, Kowloon. On premises.

On premises.

I Lyeemoon Villas, Kowloon. Quarry Bay.

Branksome Towers, May Road.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. 8 The Peak. Assistant, Mustard & Co., Ld. Assistant, Andrew Harper & Son Clerk, American Express Co. Assistant, A. G. Pilë

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Merchant, Sincere Co., Ld.

Assistant Compradore, A. Goeke & Co... Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Clerk, E. M. Hazeland & Gonella Clerk, Admiral Orient Line........................ Raven and Basto ....

Bookkeeper, American Express Co. Clerk, H.K. Excavation Co.....

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Assistant, China Light & Power Co.,

(1918) Ltd.

Clerk, Sun Life Assurance Co., Ld. Assist., Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Clerk, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Clerk, Chartered Bank...

Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld... Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld.. Steno-typist, Kowloon Tong and New

Territories Development Co., Ld....... Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld........ Assistant, Anderson, Meyer & Co., Ld.... Clerk of Works, HK. Realty & Trust

Co., Ld.

Assistant Manager, Bank of China...... Acct., The Ault & Wiborg China Co....... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire................

Knutsford Terrace, Kowloou. 43A Jardine Bazaar, Wanchai. On premises.

10 Lyndhurst Terrace. Union Building.

1 St. Stephen's Lane. 107 Wanchai Road. On premises.

6 Elgin Street, 1st Floor.

2 Parkes Street.

1 Hing Hon Road. On premises.

126 Kowloon Tong, Kowloon. Union Building.

14 Tung Hing Road, 3rd floor. 44 Lee Tung Street, 2nd Floor. 33 Cooke Street, Hunghom. Un premises.

11 Star Street, 3rd Floor. 2 Fung Wang Terrace. On premises.

22 Connaught Road Central. 19 Parkes Street, 2nd Floor. On premises.

On premises.

12 Fung Fai Terrace.

19 Shelly Street, 1st Floor. 47 Granville Road, Kowloon.

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ADDRESS.

C—Continued.

Chapman, James Brand....... Chappell, Richard Hope... Charles, Robert Harper. Chatterton, Jesse Chau Lok-chow

Chau Ngan-ting. Chen Shou, J............... Cheng Ching-po.. Cheng Fan Cheng Kwong

Cheng Ling

Cheng Tong

Cheng Wing-tai

Cheong Tat-chiu

Cheung, Garch

Cheung Shiu-chun

Chichgar, Peshoton Rustom Childe, Edgar Ronald Chin, George David

Ching King-sin

Chin Keay

Choa, Jimmy

Choa Man-ping

Cho Chik-sau Choa Po-yew

Chow Kang-yan.......

Chow Ping-un ... Choy Sai-piu

Christensen, Engelhardt

Christie, Thomas Landale. Chui Jack-man..

Chu Po-yan....

Chubb, Stanford Frank Chung Chi-nan

Chung Lenng-chmen Chung Shau-ki

Chung Wai-lam ...

Chung Wing-cho Chung Ying-chiu Churn, Samuel Macomber. Clark, Douglas Edward... Clark, Frank

Clark, John Caer

Clark, Milton Ova

Clark, Richard Ferguson C'ark, St. George Rusband.

Clark, Walter Charles ... Clark, William George

Clarke, Ernest Blears

Cleland, Henry Rennie

Clemo, Alfred Bertram Clemo, Frederick Charles

Clow, Donald

Coates, Alfred Edward Cock, Edward..........

Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, HK. & Shanghai Bank Manager, Roxor & Co......

Asst. Acct., P. & O. Banking Corporation Assistant Compradore, P. & O.

Banking Corporation.. Compradore, P. & O. Banking Corpn. Manager, Bank of China.....

Asst., H.K. C. & M. Steamboat & Co. ... Clerk, Carl Bodiker & Co.

Assistant, Furness (Far East), Ld... Assistant, Bank of East Asia, Ld. Clerk, Davie, Boag & Co., Ld.

Clerk, Chartered Bank.. Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co. Accountant, Dragon Motor Car Co. Clerk, Chartered Bank...

Manager, HK, & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Asst. Secrety., China Underwriters, L. Assistant, Java-China-Japan Lijn Compradore, Carlowitz & Co. Chinese Pass. Agent, Admiral Line. Assistant Compradore, Nederlandsch

Indische Handelsbank

Compradore, Equitable Eastern Banking

Corporation

Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Compradore, Nederlandish Indische

Commercial Bank

Assistant Manager, Getz South China

Trading Co....

Assistant, Assurance Franco-Asiaticque.. Assistaut, China Underwriters, Ld... Merchant, American Flour Co. Sub-Accountant, Chartered Bank Assistant Compradore, Keller, Kern &

Co., Lử

Assistant, A. C. Franklin Peak Tramway Co.

Compradore, HK. Excavation, Pile

Quarry Bay.

On premises.

4 King's Terrace, Kowloon. 231 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

2 Coronation Terrace.

2 Coronation Terrace.

9 Village Road.

1 Water Street, West Point. 199 Temple Street.

66 Wellington Street. On premises.

On premises.

14 Wing Fung Street, 3rd Floor. 27 Peel Street.

29 Gage Street.

28 Queen's Road East, 1st floor. Repulse Bay Hotel.

R. B. L. 159, Repulse Bay. 569 Nathan Road, 1st Floor. 4 Queen's Road Central.

2 Burrows St., 1st Floor, Wanchai.

47 Robinson Road.

47 Robinson Road.

4 Gresson Street.

22 Seymour Road.

4 Gage Street.

12 Hing Hon Road.

50 Queen's Road East, 1st Floor. 1 Kimberley Villas, Kowloon. On premises.

120 Praya East.

8 Arbuthnot Road. 50A The Peak,

Driving & Construction Co., Ld................. (32 Bonham Strand West.

Office Assistant, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), L.

Assistant, Carlowitz & Co.

Local Manager, American Asiatic

Underwriters

Compradore, Keller, Kern & Co., Ld. Clerk, Keller, Kern & Co, Lil. Merchant, Union Trading Co., Ld. Merchant, J. D. Humphreys & Son Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard... Architect, Clark & Iu

Attorney, Standard Oil Co.......

Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery

Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank....

9 Cheong Lok Street.

2F Tze Lan Terrace, Kennedy Town,

2nd Floor.

20 Hill Road,

187 Queen's Road East. 106 Queen's Road East. 53 Conduit Road. Alexandra Buildings. Quarry Bay.

1 Chatham Path, May Road.

8 May Road,

On premises.

On premises.

Asst. Manager, HK. Telephone Co., Ld....118 The Peak.

Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Chartered Accountant. Lowe, Bingham

and Matthews....

Assistant, China Light & Power Co....... Superintendent. China Light & Power

Co., Ld.

Inspector, HK. Tramway Co., Ld. Clerk, HK. Tramway Co., Ld. Assistant Manager, HK. & Whampoa

Dock Co., Ld.

Quarry Bay.

Peak Hotel.

On premises.

13 Gordon Road.

On premises.

On premises.

2 Yut Kwong Terrace.

Kowloon Docks.

.

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Cockey, Charles Edwin...

Coelho, Alvaro José Coils, James Edward.. Cole, Charles Walter Liddon... Cole, Walter

Coleman, Frederick Charles

Collaço, Francisco Cecilio...... Collaco, Maximiano Antonio... Collis, John Richard....... Conant, Harold Abbott Rand. Cook, Sidney Courtney

Cookes, Cyril Ian

Cooper, Dossabhoy Hormasjee Cooper, George William Cooper, Hugh Glen

Copley, Cecil Gordon Cordeiro, Luiz Gonzaga Cordeiro, Procopio Antonio Cornaby, William Basil Cornelio de Bruyn Cornell, William Arthur Corver, John Harry Cossart, Louis Auguste

Costa, Lourenço Antonio da Costello, George Edward ...... Coulthart, John

Courtney, Frank McDougal...

Cousins, Ralph Hutchison .... Cowherd, Frederick..

Cox, Albert Rowland Craig, Archibald Craig, Erdley Gibson Crapnell, Frederick Harry

Sub-Accountant, The National City

Bank of New York

Clerk, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Asst., HK. & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld... Book-keeper, Davie, Boag & Co., Ld...... Electrician, HK. & Whampoa Dock

Co., Lê.

Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank.. Interpreter, Thos. Cook & Son, Ld. Assistant, The Bank Line, Ld. Asst., Standard Oil Co., of New York Secretary, HIK. Engineering & Construc-

tion Co.

Assistant, HK. & Shanghai Bank Director, Arratoon V. Apear & Co., Ld... Butcher, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Shipbuilder, HK. & Whampoa Dock

Co., Ld.

HK. & hanghai Hotels, Ld. Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank.. Clerk, Palmer & Turner

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Acting Manager, Java-China-Japan Liju. Architect, Palmer & Turner

Engineer, HK. Excavation Co., Ld. Chief Accountant, Asiatic Petroleumi

Co., Là.

Assistant, Standard Oil Co..... General Agent, Canadian Pacific S.S. Ld. Secretary, HK. Rope Manufacturing Co. Sub-Manager, The National City Bank

of New York

Assistant Manager, Taikoo Dockyard Accountant, British American Tobacco

Co. (China), Ld...............

Electrical Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.....

Sales Manager, Andrew Harper & Son. Secretary & Manager, HK. & Kowloon

W. & G. Co., Ld.

|

450 The Peak. 23 Ming Yuen Quarters. On premises. Kowloon Docks. On premises.

Kowloon Docks. On promises.

530 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 163 The Peak. Altadena, Peak.

265 The Peak. On premises.

38 Queen's Road Central.

2 Lower Albert Road,

Kowloon Decks. Repulse Bay Hotel. On premises. 317 Katham Road. 106 The Peak. 264 The Peak.

17 Humphrey's Building.

Kimberley Villas.

On premises.

2 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon. Repulse Bay Hotel. 359 The Peak.

Repulse Bay Hotel. Quarry Bay.

210 Humphrey's Buildings. Causeway Hill Quarters, 8. Quarry Bay.

Kowloon Hotel.

Gomes Villas, 1 Chatham Road,

Kowloon.

Crawford, Frank Malcolm...... Managing Director, Lane, Crawford & Co. On premises.

Crawford, John Douglas

Hamilton......

Crawford, John William Crichton, William Crofton, Christopher

Crookdake, Jonathan.............. Croucher, Noel Victor Amor... Cruz, Florencio Maria da Cruz, Saturnino Maria da.....

Cruz, Saturnino Maria da, Jr.. Cubey, Edwin Baufield.. * Cullen, Fred.

Cunha, Antonio Francisco

Botelho da

Cunha, Bernardino Maria

Carloso da

Cunningham, Albert Laing Cunningham, William Currcem, Abdul........................ Currie, Norman Meluroy

# Cuthill, George Hamilton...

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire..... Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery.

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard........

Assistant Engincer, China Light & Power

Co., Ld.

Engineer, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Sharebroker, Benjamin & Potts Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld.. Assistant, Fumigating & Disinfecting

Bureau, Ld. .....

Clerk, Nederlandsch Indisch Handelsbank Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Store-keeper, HK. & Whampoa Dock

Co., L

Clerk, HK. & Shanghai Bank........

Branksome Towers, May Road. On premises. Quarry Bay.

On premises.

Kowloon Docks.

P. & O. Building, Top Floor. On premises.

St. Joseph Villa, Glenealy. St. Joseph's Villa. Quarry Bay.

Kowloon Docks.

Ou premises

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld. On premises.

Clerk, Swayne & Hoyt...

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard...

Assistant, Arculli & Sons

General Manager, David Boag & Co., Ld. Sérgeaut of Police, HK. & Whampoa

Dock Co., Ld...

22 Robinson Road. Quarry Bay.

22 Kennedy Road. On premises.

Kowloon Docks.

NAME IN FULL.

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ADDRESS.

D

Dallah, Abraham Rayman Dalton, Walter William * Dand, Arthur Anderson Danenberg, Reinaldo Silva-

Netto

Dang, Pierre

Dangerfield, Lewis Andrew D'Aquino, Eneas Goulartt

D'Aquino, Jose Goulartt Davidson, Albert Willie

Ernest

Davidson, Alexander. Davidson, Gerald Davies, Leonard John *Davies, Reginald Robert Davies, Wallace McGregor * Davis, John Pierson Agustine..... D'Assumpeao, Carlos. D'Azevedo, Alexandre

Antonio

D'Azevedo, Victor Felix Deacon, Stuart Deacon, William.. Deans, William Decher, Harvey Leroy De Follin.....

De Kent, Pieter Julius

De Rome, Louis ........ Delcourt, Armand Hippolyte... Dick, James Gold Dick, John ..........

Dickie, Frederick John Dimon, Aubrey Kieram Dineley, Herbert

Dixon, Philip Albert.... Dixon, Robert James. Docherty, Edward,........................ Dodwell, Lewis Gordon Selwyn Doig, Michael........................ Donnithorne, James Henry Dorabjee, William Edward Dorsser, Cornelis William

Otta van

Douglas, James Angus Douglas, Robert Hinde Drake, William Stanley Dransfield, Albert Draper, Thomas John Dreyer, Holger

404

Drollette, George Washington Drude, Robert. Drummond, Neil.... Dubois, Fernand..

Duckworth, Ferdinand Farrant Duclos, Gordon

Dudley, George Walter.... Duggan, Edward Wilfred Dunbar, John Campion Dunbar, Lambert

Asst., Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld. Foreman, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld.. Draughtsman, W. S. Bailey & Co., Ld....

Meter Assistant, China Light & Power

Co., Id.

Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Accountant, P. M. Pinguet & Co. Chief Clerk, Netherlandsche Indische

Commercial Bank

Clerk, C. E. Wairen & Co., Ld.

Store-keeper, China Light & Power Co.,

(1918), Ld......

Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard Architect, Palmer & Turner

Merchant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld. Master Tailor, Mackintosh & Co.. Assistant, Taikoo Dockyard..............

Assistant, Mackintosh & Co. Assistant, Botelho Bros.

Assistant, Nederlandsche Handel Maats-

chappy

Clerk, Canadian Pacific Steamship, Ld........ Electrical Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld.

Assistant, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld.. HK. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Sub-Accountant, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Acct., Netherlandsche Indische

Commercial Bank.. Elect. Engineer, K. Electric Co., Ld.... Manager, Compagnie Optorg Sawmiller, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co. Assistant, Sander, Wieler & Co. HK. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Time-keeper, Taikoo Dockyard Manager, T. E. Griffith, Ld. Boilermaker, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Shipwright, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Merchant, Dodwell & Co., Lad. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Manager, China Light & Power Co., Ld. Assistant, Union Trading Co.

Financial Manager, Netherlands Harbour

Works Co.

Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refining Co. Marine Surveyor, Goddard & Douglas Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld....... Storekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Assistant, Standard Oil Co.......

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co...... Supervisor, Singer Sewing Machine Co. Assistant, Standard Oil Co.

Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Engineer, Far East Oxygen & Acetylene

Co., L.

Electrical Engineer, Electric Co., Ld........ Agent, Singer Sewing Machine Co. HK. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Manager, American Express Co.... Assistant, HK. Electric Co., Ld................. Flour Broker, Dunbar Bros. Co., Ld.......

On premises. 113 Praya East. 4 Knutsford Terrace.

538 Nathan Road, 2nd floor. On premises.

10 Hart Avenue, Kowloon.

3 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon. 32 Natham Road, Kowloon.

237 Natham Road. Quarry Bay. 100 The Peak. 364 The Peak. 8 Peak Road. Quarry Bay

Naval Terrace. 57 Nathan Road.

Netherlands Trading Society. 38 Jordan Road, Kowloon. Causeway Hill Quarters No. 4. On premises.

Dairy Farm, Pokfulam.

Happy Valley Garage, Stubbs Road. On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

3 Felix Villas.

Kowloon Docks.

7 Cameron Road, Kowloon.

31 Humphrey's Building, Kowloon. O premises.

Quarry Bay.

4 Lyeemoon Villas, Kowloon. Kowloon Docks.

Kowloon Docks. 526 The Peak.

7 Prat Building, Kowloon. On premises.

10 Mosque Street.

2 Granville Road, 1st Floor, East Point Terrace.

Hong Kong Club. On premises. On premises. 515 The Peak. On premises.

I.L. 2425 Conduit Road. 92 Nathan Road, Kowloon. On premises.

Ou premises.

Quarters No. 2 N. P. Station. Ava Mansion, Tregunter Path. On premises.

On premises.

Kingsclere Hotel, Kowloon. 2 May Road, Kowloon.

1

NAME IN FULL.

35

OCCUPATION.

J

ADDRESS.

D-Continued.

Danbar, William Geddes

Loraine

* Duncan, George. Duncan, Llewellyn Arthur

Robert ....

Duncan, Robert Kirkwood Dunlevy, Robert Jolin Dunlop, Robert Paterson

Dunnett, Bertram Felix Owen

Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co... Copper Smith, HK. Whampoa Dock Co.

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.. Timekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Electric Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Clerk, Holt's Wharf....

On premises. Kowloon Docks.

On premises. Quarry Bay. On premises.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 2. 571 Nathan Road.

E

Earnshaw, Claude *Easterbrook, Charles Bertram

Easterbrook, Frederick James Eastman, Alfred William Eça, Alberto Maria d' Eça, José Maria .. Edgar, Aubrey Jacob Edie, Archie Walker Hay. Edwards, Francis

Edwards, George Richard...... Eldridge, Cecil Hubert Eldridge, William James Elias, Isaac Ezekiel Elkins, Charles Henry Ellams, George Ernest Ellis, Felix Maurice Elms, Paul Andrew Evans, Charles.

Evans, James

Everett, Arthur George. Ezra, Edward

F

Fan Kwok-hong.. Faria, Francisco Xavier

Lobato da.

Farid, Mohamed

*Farmer, Clarence Leimpster. Farne, Francis Henry

Farrell, Albert Edward

Farrell, Robert Emmet Faulkner, James William Fawcett, Herbert

Felshow, William Charles...... Ferdes, Victor João Ferguson, John Fergusson, James Carson Fernandes, Francisco Ernesto

Carajota Fernandez, Menino... Ferreira, Alberto Francisco Fiddes-Wilson, Walter Dunbar Field, William Valentine....... Fielder, Bert Ernest .... Figueiredo, Eduardo José ...... Figueiredo, Henrique Alberto de Figueiredo, Henrique Joao

Melchiodes

Manager, Palace Hotel...

Mains Pepartment, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), L.

Architect, H.K. Realty & Trust Co., Ld. Acct., Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Clerk, Benjamin & Potts

Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bauk Broker, Ellis & Co.

Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co... Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Ld. Secretary, United Asbestos Co., Ld. H.K. & Shanghai Bank Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, Sasson & Co.

Assistant Wharfinger, Holt's Wharf Acct., HK. C. & M. Steamboat Co., Ld. Stockbroker, Ellis & Co. Assistant, Loxley & Co. Clerk, Lowe, Bingham & Matthews Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld................... Electric Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Sub-Manager, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld.....

Assistant, Donnelly & Whyte

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Assistant, Douglas Steamship Co. Asst., Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld.. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire. Engineer, HK. Telephone Co., Ld. Engineer, General Electric Co., Ld. Overseer, Butterfield & Swire..... Architect, Little Adams & Wood Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Book-keeper, Admiral Oricut Line..... Share Broker, M. Fernandez Clerk, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Caretaker, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Manager, Hughes & Hough Ld. Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld.

Assistant, Hughes & Hough

Palace Hotel, Kowloon.

1 Prat Buildings. 1 Prat Buildings.

4 Carnarvon Building, Kowloon. 34 Nathan Road. On premises.

Armend Building, Kowloon. On premises. On premises.

24 Humphrey's Buildings. On premises.

Quarry Bay.

38D Robinson Road.

Marble Hall 21 Nathan Rd, K'loon. Hong Kong Club.

455 Barker Road, The Peak. St. Joseph's Building, Top floor. Y.M.C.A., Kowloon.

7 Ying Wah Terrace, West Point. H.E.C. Causeway Hill Qrs, No. 10. 7 Humphreys Avenue, Kowloon.

35 Po Kwong Street.

On premises. On premises. 533 The Peak. Union Building. Peak Hotel. On premises.

5 Jordan Road.

5 Humphrey's Buildings, Kowloon,

235 Nathan Road.

On premises.

On premises. Quarry Bay.

154 Belcher Street, Kennedy Town. Fernandez Bungalow, K’loon Tong. 317 Nathan Road, 1st floor. On premises.

Peninsula Hotel, Kowloon. Peak Hotel.

5 Liberty Avenue.

5 Liberty Avenue, Kowloon.

5 Liberty Avenue.

36

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

F-Continued.

Figueiredo, Manuel Augusto... Fincher, Edward Charles Finnie, John

Flegg, Jack Sydney Fleming, William.

Fockthing, Louis Andre Fong Yuk-shan

Fonseca, José Maria Foraita, Walter

Forbes, Alexander Rodger......

Forbes, Duncan Douglas Forbes, Donald

Forbes, Robert Fraser

Ford, William Falconer, Jr. Forder, George Forrest, Leslie.............

Forster, Henry Sydney Foster, Thomas Leslie *Forsyth, Henry Russell... Forsyth, William

Forsyth, William Rennie. Foster-Turner, Frederick

Wentworth

Fountain, Herbert John....... Fowle, Churchhill Tucker.. Fowler, George ....

Fox, Godfrey Livingstone

Fox, Henry Leslie.

Frager, Serge .......... Franco, Edwardo Miguel Franco, Francisco Maria,

Franco, Viriato Frank, Arthur Jenner Franklin, Arthur Cawte Frary, George Hubert Fraser, Archibald Dick Fraser, Joseph Freitag, Fred..

Frick, Harry Walter

Frockter, Norman Henry

Frost, Richard Yarworth

Fuertes, Pedro Nolasco.....

Fulcher, Charles Augustine Fung Fook-yam

Fung Ho-po

Fung Iu-cheung

Fung Pak-ngok

Fung Pin-ying

Fung Shin-wal

Fung Yuk-sham

Fung Yun-chi....

G

On premises. Quarry Bay.

Bookkeeper, Green Island Cement Co. ... I Peace Avenue, Ho Mun Tin. Employee, Gilman & Co., Ld.................... Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard Mechanic, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld.... Manager, Davie Boag & Co. Assistant, French Store Draughtsman, H.K. Realty & Trust

Co., L.

Assistant, Standard Oil Co.... Employee, A. Goeke & Co.. Chief Foreman, China Sugar Refining

Co., Ld.

Manager, Andersen, Meyer & Co., Ld. Assistant, Bank Line, Ld.

Insurance Agent, Sun Life of Canada Assistant, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Assistant, Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co. Storekeeper, China Light & Power Co.

(1918). Ld......

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld..] Electric Engineer, IIK. Electric Co, Ld. Chartered Acct., Linstead & Davis Engineer, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Assistant, Vacuum Oil Co.

Architect, HK. Excavation, Pile Driving

and Construction Co., Ld. Piano Tuner, Anderson Music Co., Ld. Assistant Manager, Vacuum Oil Co. Foreman, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld... Manager, Insurance Department, Reiss,

Massey & Co....................

Assistant, H. Skott & Co:

Cashier, Banque de l'Indo-chine... Clerk, K. & Shanghai Bank....

Clerk, Messageries Maritimes Clerk, HK. Electric Co., Ld.

Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld. Analyst, A. C. Franklin

Assistant, Standard Oil Co................ Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard

Shop Foreman, W. S. Bailey & Co., Ld... Auditor, Standard Oil Co...

Acting Manager, Equitable Eastern

Banking Corporation

Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld. Clerk, Nederlandsch Indische Handels-

bank

Clerk, Moxon & Taylor

Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Assistant Accountant, Texas Co,

Asst. Accountant, Bank of Canton, Ld.... Compradore, Holyoak, Massey & Co., Ld. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Assistant, H. Skott & Co.

...

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., La.. Assistant, Renter, Brockelmann & Co.....

Happy Valley Garage. On premises.

12 Chi Woo Street

3 Gage Street.

3 St. Joseph's Mansion.

Long Sight Villas, 2 Victoria Road.

East Point Terrace.

On premises.

Harbour View, Chatham Road. 7 Aimai Villas. Hong Kong Office. On premises.

65 Nathan Road. On premises.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 9. 3 Branksome Towers. Kowloon Docks.

4 Inverness Terrace, Kowloon,

266 The Peak. Y.M.C.A., Kowloon. 524 The Peak.

1 Great George Street.

Peak Hotel.

70 Peel Street.

On premises.

On premises.

5 Nanking Street, Kowloon.

9 Morrison Hill Road.

5 Macdonell Road.

21 Cheung Chau Road Repulse Bay Hotel. Quarry Bay.

19 Humphreys Building. Repulse Bay Hotel.

Woodbury, Pokfulum.

On premises.

| On premises.

49 Haiphong Road, Kowloon. Hotel Metropole.

Ou premises.

14 St. Francis Yard. 3 Third Street.

7 Wong-nei-chong Road,

228 Third Street, West Point. 9 Village Road. On premises.

30 Front Row.

Gaan, Martin Jose.. Gaddum, William Landy Gahagan, Cyril Edwin Gardiner, Ernest William

Acet., British-American Tobacco Co., Ld. 6 Gordon Terrace Kowloon. Auditor, Standard Oil Co.

Repulse Bay Hotel.

Electric Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. | No. 10 East Point, H.K. Wharfinger, Holt's Wharf

On premises.

i

NAME IN FULL.

37

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

G-Continued.

Gardiner, Ramsay Wimberley.

*Garcia, Alexander Garcia, Flavio Maria ..

Garcia, Francisco Maria Gardner, John

Gardner, Harold Edwin. Gardner, John Gardner, Joseph.. Gardner, Lois.. Gardner, William Frederick Garrard, Stamp Morgan Garraway, James Graham Garrett, Guy Watkins Gascon, Antonio...... Geall, William James Geare, Iltyd Henry George, John Renshaw Gerrard, George... * Gillard, Arthur Gillespie, James.........

* Gillingham, Arthur Harry

Gilmore, David James

Girardot, Marcel

Gittins, Henry

Gittins, William Minto Glass, Austin Otis Glen, James.

Glendinning, Walter Scott Glover, Francis Harry Goeke, Alwin................ Goetz, Carl Henry Goldenberg, Charles Archibald Goldenberg, Harry..... Goldenberg, William.. Gomes, Antonio dos Santos Gomes, Augusto Conceição Gomes, Francis

Gomes, Francisco Xavier Gomes, José Gomes, José

**

Gomes, José Hyppolito Gomes, Joseph Vicente. Gomes, Luiz Braz Gomes, Luiz Maria.. Gomes, Maximiano Antonio... Gonella, Ugo Goncalves, Julio Augusto...... Gonsalves, Verissimo..... Gonzales, Joseph Angel Goodall, Donald MacGregor... * Goodman, Frederick Charles Goodman, Reginald James Goodwin, David Alexander Goodwin, Frank.....

Gordon, Alan Grant

Gordon, Robert

* Goulborn, Vernon

Gourdin, Frederick O'Driscoll. Gow, David Grimmond Graça, José Athanasio

Maria de

Grady, John

Grant, Jan Farguharson

Acting Local Manager, Commercial

Union Assurance Co., Ld......................... Shipping Clerk, Admiral Orient Line Employee Netherlands India Commercial

Bank

Bookeeper, Admiral Orient Line..... Asst., Assiatic Petroleum Co....... Sub-Acet., P. & O. Banking Corpn Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard. Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Asst., Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld... Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld.. Engineer, HK, Whampoa Dock Co. Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank............. Merchant, Gascon Motor Co. Engineer, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld. General Manager, Vacuum Oil Co....... Manager, Chartered Bank Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Assistant, HK. Tramways, Ld. Shipwright, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Sub-Accountant, Chartered Bank Manager, Pathe Orient

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Electrical Engineer, W. Jack & Co., Ld.. Assistant, Standard Oil Co........ Asst. Engr., China Sugar Refg. Co., Ld. Outside Supt., H.K. Tramways, Ld.. Chief Asst. Engineer, HK. Tramways, Ld. Principal, A. Goeke & Co.

Garage Engineer, Alex. Ross & Co. Foreman, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld. Assistant, N. S. Moses & Co. Merchant, N. S. Moses & Co. Asst., Jardine, Matheson & Cɔ., Ld. Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co...... Assistant, Nippon Yusen Kaisha Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Clerk, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Sassoon & Co., Ld. Assistant, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. Storekeeper, HK. Whampoa Dock Co. ... Accountant, William C. Jack & Co., Ld... Clerk, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co... Architect, Hazeland & Gonella Assistant, Botelho Bros. Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld. Overseer, HK. Electric Co., Ld........................... Cafe Manager, Lane Crawford, Ld. Engineer, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co., Ld. Storekeeper, HK. Whampoa Dock Co.... Asst. Manager, W. S. Bailey & Co., Ld.. Assistant, Kowloon Branch, HK. &

China Gas Co., Ld. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Assistant, HK. Rope Mfg. Co, Ld. Assistant, Bank Line Ld....... Chief Clerk, HK. Whampoa Dock Co.

Assistant, Lammert Bros.

Asst. Engineer, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), L. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire

On premises.

58 Jordan Road,

7 Nanking Road.

7 Nanking Street, Kowloon. On premises.

6 Minden Avenue. Quarry Bay. Union Building. Union Building. Union Building. On premises. Kowloon Docks. On premises.

575 Nathan Road. On premises.

R. B. L. 205, Repulse Bay Road. Charter House, 17 Peak Road. Quarry Bay.

1 Russell Street. Kowloon Docks. 10 The Peak. On premises.

239 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 14 Ashley Road, Kowloon, 14 Ashley Road, Kowloon. Metropole Hotel.

East Point Terrace. 12 East Point Terrace. 4 Broadwood Road. 2 Bisuee Villas. 147A Praya East. East Point Terrace. 4 Cameron Road. 94 Nathan Road.

492 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 492 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

On premises.

67 Queen's Road East, 1st floor. 79 Wong-nei-chong Road. Kowloon Docks.

Kowloon Docks. 37 Granville Road.

48 Haiphong Road, Kowloon. 6 Ashley Road, Kowloon. 209 Wanchai Road.

317 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 27 Jordan Road, Kowloon. 48 Praya East, 2nd Floor. Ou premises. Kowloon Docks. Kowloon Docks.

5 Armend Terrace, Kowloon.

4 Kings Park Buildings. 8 The Peak. 354 The Peak.

Mount Palace, Kennedy Road. 60A Nathan Road, Kowloon. Kowloon Docks.

12 Lochiel Terrace, Kowloon.

On premises. On premises.

38

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

G-Continued,

Graves, Harold

Gray, Herbert Castell Gray, Robert Gray, Samuel.... Greaves, Alfred Philip Green, Douglas Samuel Green, Robert Anthony.. * Greenhill, Leslie Solbe Greenhalgh, William Robert... Greensmith, Reginald Eustace.

Greenway, Albert Edward Gregory, Haik Gregory, Harry

Gregory, Sarkeis

Gregory, Stauley Oswald Gregory, Tigran Matthews Grey, George Willis .... Grieve, Ronald James

Douglas Clerk Griffin, Herbert

Griffin, William George Griffiths, Eric Arthur

Grimshaw, Thomas

Groome, Eric Leslie

Accountant, Mercantile Bank of India, Ld. Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Engineer, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Broker, A. P. Greaves.....

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld.. Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank. Secretary, H.K. Land I. & A. Co., Ld........] Assistant, Rutterfield & Swire....... Exchange Broker, Groosman Abraham

& Greeusmith

Clerk of Works, H.K. K. W. & G. Co.. Manager, T. M. Gregory & Co. Assistant, Dairy Farm I. & C. Storage

Co., Ld.

Assistant, Dairy Farm 1. & C. Storage

Co., L

Bookseller, Kelly & Walsh, Ld. Merchant, T. M. Gregory & Co... Architect, H.K. Realty & Trust Co., Ld...

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld....¡ Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Engineer, H.K Telephone Co., Ld. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.... Assistant, Gibb Livingston & Co.

Groot, Herman Theodoor de... Sub-Accountant, Nederlandsch Indische

Grose, John Francis Grossart, Armin.................. Grossett, Henry Edmund

Grossman, Edward..............

Groundwater, Richard Gerrie.. * Groves, Walter Montgomerie Guerineau, Jean Victor.....

Guillot, Marcel.....

Guingane, James Cecil Gumley, Frane Stewart...... Gundesen, Jakob Christian

Anker

Gutierres, Luis Augustus Gutierrez, Alvaro Eugenio.. Gutierrez, João Baptista Gutierrez, Joao Maria Gutierrez, João Jose...... Gutierrez, Reginaldo Maria

Handelsbank

Sharebroker, J. F. Grose Assistant, Bodiker & Co....

Shipwright & Diver, H.K. & Whampoa

Dock Co........

Exchange Broker, Grossman Abraham

& Greensmith

Master Mariner, H.K. W'poa Dock Co.... Asst., H.K. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld... Engineer, H.K. Engineering &

Construction Co., Ld.

Manager, Far East Oxygen & Acetylene

Co., L..

Assistant, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Ld. Overseer, Butterfield & Swire.....

Manager, Netherlands Harbour Works Co. Asst., Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld... Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Clerk, W. A. Hannibal & Co..... Assistant, H. M. H. Nemazee Bookkeeper, The Bank Line, Ld.

6 The Peak. Union Building. Quarry Bay.

Kowloon Docks.

8 Queen's Road Central, On premises. Ou premises. 298 The Peak.

21 Humphreys Building.

Hong Kong Club.

19c Cameron Road, Kowloon. 3 Humphreys Building, Kowloon.

On premises.

On premises.

13A McDonnell Road. Repulse Bay Hotel. Exchange Building.

& The Peak. 169 The Peak. On premises. 8 The Peak. Quarry Bay.

103 The Peak.

1 Humphreys Building. 55 Conduit Road. Ellenbud Villa, Sassoon Road.

Kowloon Dock.

1 Branksome Towers, May Road. Kowloon Docks.

7 Babington Path.

67 Wong Nei Chong Roal.

On premises.

4 Wild Dell Buildings, Wool Road. 62 Nathan Road.

Ngaushiwan, Kowloon City. Union Building. Kowloon Docks.

1 Saifee Terrace, Kowloon. 32. Pilkem Street.

47 Kowloon Tong.

Asst., H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld... Kowloon Docks.

H

Haehnell, Max Alfred

Haig, David

Hailey, Guy Hale, William Eric

Hall, George Albert Victor Hall, Grey Martel

Hall, James

Hall, William

Ham, Charles Rutherford

Chun

Accountant, Equitable Eastern Banking

Corporation

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.... Electric Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld. Architect, Hall & Hall

Sub-Acct., The National City Bank of

New York.

Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank. Architect, Hall & Hall....

Assistant, S. T. Williamson....

10 Tregunter Mausion, May Road. Quarry Bay.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 1. On premises.

34 Queen's Road Central,

267 The Peak.

On premises.

34 Queen's Road Central..

35 Kowloon Tong.

NAME IN FULL.

39

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

H-Continued.

Ham, William Goon Chun Hamblin, Frederick

Hamer, Robert

Hammond, Herbert William Hammond, Thomas Ernest Hampton, Horatio Hanlon, Edwin Hannan, Robert

Hannibal, Walter Albert Hansen, James Ernest Harber, Stanley Harper, Andrew Wallace Harris, Frederic Thomas

Harris, Richard Victorio Harrison, Cyril George ... * Harrison, Frank Seymour. Harrop, Joseph Harteam, Hasim.. Harvey, David

Haslam, Gordon Fabian

Hassan, Ali........

Hassan, Dollup

Hassan, Ishaat

Ernest.

Hatch, Henry Hatt, Charles Hausammann, Hawker, Walter John Hayes, George Hayes, Sidney George Hazeland, Ernest Manning Hedley, William Pattinson Hegarty, Henry George

Heitmezer, Horst Hemsworth, Garrett Henderson, Archibald Kerr

Henderson, George Henderson, John Melville.

Hendriksen, Hendrikus

Martinus Henry, James Edward *Hepburn, Robert Kirke....

Heron, Arthur William

Herridge, Frank Gordon Hetherington, William Hevey, Arthur

Hewlitt, Arthur George Highet, Lan Hugh Campbell.. Hill, David Smith

Hill, Walter Joseph Hille, Max Felix

Hillier, Wilfred Samuel......... Hindle, Thomas

Hinton, John Reginald Hirst, William Walter

Clerk, Williamson & Co. District Engineer, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), Ld.

Asst. Wharfinger, Taikoo Sugar Refining

Co., Lử

Traffic Supt., H.K. Tramway Co., Ld..... Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank.. Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Engineer, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Meter Inspector, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), Lư.

Merchant, W, A. Hannibal & Co. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard...... Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld..] Ford Dealer, Andrew Harper & Son Wharfinger, H.K. Kowloon Wharf

& Godown Co., Ld................... Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co... Assistant, S. Moutrie & Co........

Manager, South British Ince. Co., Ld. Assistant, James H. Blackhouse, Ld.............. Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Assistant, Loxley & Co.

Manager, Brunner, Mond & Co., (China)

Ld.

Clerk. II.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, H. Wicking & Co. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

Tel. Engineer, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld... Merchant, Keller, Kern & Co., Ld......... Director, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld... Assistant, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Manager, Dunlop Rubber Co., Ld. Architect, E. M. Hazeland & Gonella Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Acting Chief Accountant, H.K. &

Shanghai Bank

Assistant, Reuter, Brockelmann & Co. Agent, Canadian National Railways.... Asst. General Manager, HK. Tramway

Co., Lư.

Carpenter, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Passenger Agent, Canadian Pacific

S.S. Co....

Clerk, Oriental Tobacco Manufactory Manager, Reuters, Ld.

Manager, Commercial Union Assurance

Co., Ld.

Craft Supt., H.K. & Kowloon W. & G.

Co., Lủ.

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co. Assistant, Fitting Department, H.K. &

China Gas Co., Ld. Architect

Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Electrical Engr., H.K. Electric Co., Ld... Chief Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery... Merchant, China Export-Import &

Bank Co..............

Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Ld.............. Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Manager, Steam Laundry Co., Ld.

308 Nathan Road, 2nd Floor.

Yaumati Sub-Station.

On premises.

2 Fung Fai Terrace, Top Floor. On premises. On premises. East Point Works.

4 Hankow Road, On premises. Quarry Bay. On premises.

7 Humphrey's Buildings, Kowloon.

21 Cameron Road. On premises.

10 Carnarvon Building, Kowloon. On premises.

Mount Davis Road, Pokfulum. 13 Fung Wong Terrace. la Armend Building.

On premises.

20 Russell Street, 1st Floor.

134 Queen's Road, East.

39 Sharp Street East, Ground Floor. 83 Broadwood Terrace, 1st Floor. 1A Banoo, Building. Hotel Metropole.

Peak Hotel.

¦ Dairy Farm, Pokfulum.

Ou premises.

1 Robinson Kowloon Docks.

On premises.

49 Conduit Road.

Repulse Bay Hotel.

359 Peak. Kowloon Docks.

15 Humphreys Building.

On premises.

13A Macdonnell Road.

On premises.

29 Humphreys Buildings.

11 Hankow Road, Kowloon. Kowloon Hotel.

8 Knutsford Terrace.

Mount View, Sasson Rd., Pokfulum. On premises.

H.E.C. Quarters No. 3 N.P. Station. On premises.

6 Felix Villas, Mount Davis Road,

Pokfulum.

On premises.

On premises.

Thorpe Manor, May Road.

3 Observatory Villas, Kowloon.

NAME IN FULL.

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ADDRESS.

H-Continued.

Ho Chung-chow..

Ho lu

Ho Kei (Ho Ki)...

Ho Kwong

Ho Leung

Ho, Lok Sun

Ho Man-ching

Ho Ming-hin, Anthony

Ho Shiugue....

Ho Tung (Edward Sai-kim)... Ho Wing....... Hoare, Charles Hector. Hoare, John

Hoare, Michael Donald

Guerney...

Hoare, Robert Edward Holland, Edward Lester Holtkamp, Hein

$4

Hope, Stewart

Hopkins, Leonard Egbert. Horder, Arnold Morley Hosie, Edward Lumsden Howard, Henry John Howard, Herbert George Howard, William James Howell, Arthur .... Howell, Eric Alexander Hoyle, William Frederick.... * Hughes, Harry Owen Huizer, Picter..

Humphreys, Alfred David..... Humphreys, John David Hung Hing-fat

Hunter, Artbur Thornton Hunter, Henry James Hunter, Tamos

Hussain, Sheik Altaf...... Hyde, James

Hyndman, Edgar Oscar...... Hyndman, Edward Robert Hyndman, Henrique Antonio.

Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Merchant, Mercantile Bank of India Merchant, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Ld................. Merchant, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Ld.. Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.... Assistant, Wilkinson, Haywood & Clark. Stock Clerk, Texas & Co. Assistant, Pathé Orient Assistant, Wallen & Co. Merchant, Hong Kong Bank Merchant, Hong Kong Bank Assistant, Dragon Motor Car Co., Ld. Office Gunner, Mackinnon, Mackenzie

& Co.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Engineer, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Works Supt., H.K. & China Gas Co....... Sub-Accountant, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschappy

Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard..... Manager, P. & O. Banking Corporation... Manager, Connell Bros.

Secrety., H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld. Assistant, Standard Oil Co.

H.K. & Kowloon Wharf & Godown Co... Freight Clerk, Canadian Pacific S.S. Co. Secretary, Wm. Powell, Ld.

9 Possession Street. On premises. French Building. French Building, On premises.

60 Lower Lascar Road. 35 Western Street. On premises.

2 Morrison Hill Road,

On premises.

On premises.

6 Koon Ma Terrace.

On premises.

On premises. Kowloon Docks. On premises.

Netherlands Trading Society. Quarry Bay. Hong Kong Club.

13A Macdonnell Road. Kowloon Docks.

4 Yue Kwong Terrace. Kingsclere Hotel, Kowloon. 66 Parkes Street, Kowloon, Ou premises.

On premises.

Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Rfg. Co., Ld. ... On premises. Storekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Assistant, Harry Wicking & Co. Employee, Nederlandsch Indische

Handelsbank

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld...... Merchant, J. D. Humphreys & Son Assistant Compradore, HK. & Kowloon

W. & G. Co., Ld.

Cashier, P. & O. Banking Corporation Engineer, Bradley & Co., Ld. Superintendent, Fittings Department,

H.K. & China Gas Co.

Clerk, Percy Smith, Seth & Fleming.. Clerk of Works, H.K. & Kowloon W. &

G. Co., Ld.

Clerk, Lowe, Bingham & Matthews Asst., H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld... Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India

102 The Peak.

4 Granville Road.

17 Connaught Road. 7 Tregunter Mansions.

2 Prospect Place, Bonham Road. 66в Nathan Road.

2 Queen's Road, Central.

I.L. 2411 Dragon Terrace. 205 Praya East.

3 Kimberley Villas, Kowloon. 6 Peace Avenue. Hong Kong Office. 112 Kowloon Tong.

* Igglesden, Sidney Dixon Ignatieff, Vadim Leo.......

Ildefonso, Lucio Rivera.........

Im Pak-hai................ Ip Kau-ko.

Ip Ping-iu Ironside, William

Ismail, Abdul Somath Ismail, Omar

Ismail, Sheik Dawood

Ismail, Sheik Hassan....

Ismail, Sheik Rumjahn. Iu Nim-sik Iu Tak-chung. Ivy, Matthew Herbert

Architect, Leigh & Orange Store-keeper, Netherlands Harbour

Works Co.

Clerk & Stenographer, American Express

Co.

Compradore, G. E. Huygen Clerk, Bank of Canton, Ld.

Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation

Asst. Manager, Butterfield & Swire Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Import Assistant, Andersen, Meyer &

Co., Là....

1 Bowen Road.

22 Kai Tak Bund.

On premises.

14 Wellington Street.

269 Wanchai Road, 2nd Floor.

640 Canton Road, Yaumati. 184 The Peak.

1 Hau Fung Terrace.

| 43 Sharp Street East.

On premises.

Clerk, National City Bank of New York.. 1 Po Sien Street, 2nd Floor. Asst., H.K. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld... 3 Moreton Terrace. Clerk, National City Bank of New York.. Civil Engineer, J. Caer Clark............. Asst., Union Ince. Soety. of Canton, Ld...

47 Wellington Street, Top Floor. 11 Kennedy Street. On premises.

NAME IN FULL.

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ADDRESS.

Jack, James

J

* Jack, James Mackenzie... Jack, Lawrence

Jack, Richard Maxwell James, Charles Patrick

FitzGerald

* Jarvis, Stanley

Jeffery, Thomas Vernon Jeffreys, Arthur Charles Jeltes, Clemens Henricus

Jenkins, John Rhys Jenner, Frederick James Henry

Jennings, Percival John Jesus, Arthur Gregorio De Jeu, Tien Liang

Jex, Starling Johannessen, Reidar Johnson, John

Johnston, William Jackson Johnston, William Murray

Johnstone, John

Jones, Henry Stephen. Joseph, William Lee Jue, Dune

Juman, Sheik

June, James Kim Fook. Juster, Andrew William

Acct., Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld... Engineer, William C. Jack & Co., Ld. ... Assistant, Standard Oil Co............... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld

Chief Clerk, Admiral Oriental Line Accountant, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Inspector, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld.... Civil Engineer, Netherlands Harbour

Works Co.

HK. Amusements, Ld........ Boatswain, H.K. & Whampoa Dock

Co., Lư...

Clerk, Vacuum Oil Co

... Stenographer, American Express Co...

Stenographer, American Express Co....... Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld................ Assistant, Union Trading Co., Ld. Manager, Wallen & Co.

Store-keeper, Taikoo Dockyard Store-keeper, Taikoo Dockyard

Head Time-keeper, H.K. & Whampoa

Dock Co., Ld.......

Merchant, Dodwell & Co., L............... Accountant, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Java-China-Japan Liju Clerk, Bank of Canton, Ld.

Asst., H.K. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld... Asst., H.K. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld... Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

On premises.

1 Observatory Villas, Kowloon. Y.M.C.A., Kowloon.

North Point Installation.

6 Torres Building, Kowloon. 5 Macdonnell Road.

6 Yue Kwong Terrace. On premises.

5 Chatham Road.

71 Wong Nei Chong Road.

Kowloon Docks.

On premises.

On premises.

38

Bonham Road.

28 Ashley Road.

On premises. Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

Kowloon Docks.

Station Hotel, Kowloon. European Y.M.C.A., Salisbury Road. 440 Nathan Road.

2 Wyudham Street, 3rd Floor. 43 Sharp Street.

2 & 3 Ashley Road, Kowloon. Quarry Bay.

K

Kader, Abdoul Rahim Kanel, Basil Ephrem de

Kaspersen, Henry Olsen .... Kastmann, Karl

Kay, George Albert Lloyd ...

Kay, Ronald Grimshaw

Sellers

Keeley, Bernard James Keith, Allan

Keith, David Luckie Keller, Harry

Kelly, George...

Kempton, John Kennedy, Arthur Cecil

Kennedy, James Fitzgerald Keown, Richard McArthur Kerley, Victor George..... Kern, Ernest

Kerr, Cecil Roy

..

Kerr, William.................

* Kew, Albert Edward........ Kew, Arthur James

Kew, Cecil

Kew, Henry Key, M. F.

Khai Tiong-yap Khan, Abbas

Clerk, Chartered Bank...... Assistant District Manager, American

Asiatic Underwriters Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Assistant, John Manners & Co. Wharfinger, H.K. & Kowloon W. & G.

Co., Lil.

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld..[ Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld.. Secretary, Green Island Cement Co. Shipwright, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co. Merchant, Keller Kern & Co., L. Stenographer, Freight Department,

Canadian Pacific Steamships, Ld....... Electrician, H.K. & W'poa Dock Co., Ld. Asst. Marine Superintendent, Jardine,

Matheson & Co., Ll.

Asst., South British Insurance Co., Ld....| Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard.... Electrical Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Merchant, Keller, Kern & Co., Ld.. Manager, John Dickinson & Co., Ld... Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, Rudolf, Wolff & Kew Assistant, Andersen, Meyer & Co., Ld. Assistaut, American Express Co. Secretary, Rudolf Wolff & Kew, Ld. Secretary, Hong Kong General Chamber

of Commerce

Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India.. Assistant, Arculli Bros.

16 Tung Hing Street.

2 Connaught Road. On premises.

7 Queen's Road Central.

76A Nathan Road, Kowloon.

On premises. On premises. On Premises. Kowloon Docks. Hong Kong Hotel.

20 Staunton Street. Kowloon Docks.

Peak Hotel. Princes Building. Quarry Bay.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 8 Repulse Bay Hotel. Repulse Bay Hotel. Quarry Bay.

8 Castle Road. On premises. On premises. 8 Castle Road.

On premises.

3 Po Yuen Lane.

302 Canton Road, Kowloon.

42

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

K-Continued.

Khan, Juman Kindness, John

King, Marion Bailey Kinghorn, John Richard Kinloch, David Robertson... Kinnaird, John Daniel Kinross, Andrew Robert Kirkwood, Robert Kitchell, Sakiman Bin Kizu, Bunroku Knauff, Ernest

Knight, John Stephen

Knight, Thomas Leonard Knopp, Joseph............................ Knottnerus, Hendrik Johannes

Koff, Misha Pean

Kong, Herbert Ko Yau-cheong Ko Yau-heung Kristofersen, Proitz Kunihiro, Mitsuji

Kwok Chau-kwan Kwong Loong

Kylling, William Henry

Assistant, H.K. & K. W. & G. Co., Ld... Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank.................... Director, Dragon Motor Car Co., Ld....... Asst. Supt. Engr., Butterfield & Swire Accountant, Chartered Bank Manager, Davie Boag Co., Ld. Asst., H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Engineer, H K. Telephone Co., Ld... Assistant, Ellis & Co.

Bank Staff, Bank of Taiwan

Secretary, Oriental Tobacco Manufactory. Transhipping Clerk, Admiral Oriental

Line....

Assistant, American Express Co. Engineer, H.K. Excavation Co., Ld. Assistant, Netherlandsche Indische

Commercial Bank

Baker & Confectioner, Lane, Crawford

& Co., Ll.

Clerk, H. Connell & Co.

Stenographer, Holyoak, Massey & Co. Assistant, P. & O. Banking Corporation. Assistant, Thoresen & Co., Ld. Managing Proprietor, Oriental

Trading Co.

Accountant, Bank of East Asia, Ld.... Clerk, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld.

1 & 2 Ashley Road, Kowloon. On premises.

6 Koon Ma Terrace, Happy Valley. Peak Hotel.

376 The Peak. On premises. Kowloon Docks. On premises.

11 Matheson Street. 21 Conduit Road. On premises.

38c Robinson Road. On premises. Kowloon Hotel.

On premises.

On premises. 21 Gage Street. 66 Peel Street.

4 Hill Street, 2nd Floor. 16 Macdonnell Road.

2 Village Road. On premises. On premises. On premises.

L

* Labrousse, Ernest Denys Labrum, George Beresford Labrum, Victor Charles.... Lacon, Bernard John..................... Lafleur, Franciscus Hucertus

Joseph Alphonsus

Lai Chak............

Lai Im-to

Lai Im-tong

Lai Sin-chau Lai Yim

Lai Yuk-man Lai Yun-kau Laing, John Lam Hew-cho.. Lam Hing-sang Lam Kai-chi Lam Kwong-sik Lam Man-chi

Lam Ming-fan

Lam Tit-hong

Lam Wai-man...

Lamb, Harry James Lamb, William Graham.. Lambelet, Adrien Rene

Albert

Lammert, Alfred Herbert Lammert, Geoffrey Philip Lammert, Lionel Eugene Landolt, Henry

Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld. Labrun, Ld. ..... Labrun, Ld.

Flat No. 2 Rutton Building. 94A Nathan Road, Kowloon. Y.M.C.A. Kowloon.

Engineer, Jardine Engineering Corpn., Ld. 12 Felix Villas.

Acting Manager, Holland China

Trading Co.......

Proprietor, King Edward Hotel Manager, Oriental Commercial Co. Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Clerk, National City Bank of New York, Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld....... Secretary, King Edward Hotel...... Clerk, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld.. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, Union Trading Co., Ld.. Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... HK. Tramway Co., Ld.

Clerk, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Salesman, Texas Co........ Clerk, Sun Life Assurance Co. Book-keeper, Kowloon Tong and New

Territories Development Co., Ld............. Manager, Arthur & Co. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire....

Cashier, Equitable Eastern Banking

Corporation

Clerk, Percy Smith, Seth & Fleming. Assistant, American Express Co. Auctioneer & Surveyor, Lammert Bros.... Clerk, Catering Dept., Canadian Pacific

S.S., Ld.....

8 Granville Road, Kowloon. On premises.

209 Kowloon Tong, Kowloon.

Union Building.

130 Queen's Road, West. Hong Kong Hotel. On premises. On premises. Quarry Bay.

7 Canton Road, Kowloon. Union Building.

21 Western Street, 3rd Floor. On premises.

On premises.

556 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 12 Anton Street, 1st Floor.

556 Nathan Road. Metropole Hotel, 193 The Peak.

Albany, Hong Kong. 170 The Peak. On premises.

4 Observatory Villas, Kowloon.

583 Orient Buildings, Kowloon.

#

?

43

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

L-Continued.

ADDRESS.

Landolt, Joseph Savage.. Landsbert, Albert Leslie

Lane, Alfred James Lang, Kenyon James...... *Langley. Charles William.. Langston, Arthur Golden Langston, Selwyn Henry

Lanyon, John Burrill.. Lapsley, Robert Larcina, Angelo Maria Large, Milford Henry Lasham, Hubert. Laughton, Arthur Lan Fook-ki.

Lau Shin-chuen

Lan Siu-ming. Lau Tat-ting

Laurel, Francisco Lauritsen, Christen

Laurth, Arthur Basil

Lawrence, George Alfred

*Lawrence, John Henry * Lawson, William Graham... Leach, Arthur

Lee Chin-fen Lee, George

Lee Han-shing

Lee, Johnson.

Lee, Koon Kang

* Lee, Ralph William

Lee, Rodney

Lee Shiu-kai......

Lee Wai-cheong..

Lee Way-chue

Lee Yuk-quan..........

Leem, Ping-lee

Lees, Egbert Athony.. Lem, Christian

Lei Hy-san...

Leitao, Eduardo Ignacio Read. Leite, Luiz Antonio Pitter Lely, Jacques Van Der.... Lennox, Heury Hutchison Leon, Cezar Augusto.. Leon, Luiz Francisco.... Leong, Ernest....

Leong Yu-sang Leung Chin-tong Leung Hew-fung

Leung Kam-tong

Leung Pong-im

Leung Po-shau

Leung Sik-kai.....

Leung Tsai...

Leung Yau-cheung..

Leur. Dick Laurens de

Levcovich, Basil Ivanovitch... Lewis, Brian Lander

Stenographer, Canadian Pacific S.S., Ld... 581 Orient Building, Kowloon. Electrical Engineer, Holyoak, Massey

& Co.

Architect, A. J. Lane

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Assistant, Central Agency, Ld. ........... Electrical Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld.] Assistant, Nestlé & Anglo-Swiss

Condensed Milk Co.

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.... Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co..... Manager, Duro Motor Co.

Engineer, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Assistant, James H. Backhouse, Ld. Salesman, General Electric Co. of

China, Ld.

Asst. Manager, Hong Kong Trading Co. Employee, A. Goeke & Co..... Clerk, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Managing Director, Dragon Motor Car

Co., Ltd,

Electrical Engineer, General Electric

Co. of China, Ld.

Manager, S. W. Factory, A. S. Watson

& Co.

...

Store-keeper, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co... Assistant, Shewan Tomes & Co.... Chief Accountant, Vacuum Oil Co. Asst., H.K. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld....... Sub-Accountant, Bank of Canton, Ld. Sub-Accountant, Bank of East Asia Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refining Co.,Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Merchant, R. H. Kotewall & Co. Clerk, J. D. Humphreys & Son Assistaut, Shewan, Tomes & Co. Chinese Agent, Canadian Pacific S S., Ld. Assistant, A. J. Lane

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Manager, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Merchant

Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld. Assistant, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Foreman, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld.. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank... Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank. Clerk, National City Bank of New York.. Asst., Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Clerk, Carl Bodiker & Co.

Clerk, Anderson & Ashe......

Sole Manager, Wilkinson, Haywood &

Clark

Clerk, James H. Backhouse, Ld. Clerk, Lane, Crawford, Ld.....

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Manager, Banker & Co., Ld.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Sub-Accountant, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschappy

H.K. Excavation Co.

17 Jordan Road, Kowloon. 14 Felix Villas.

4 Jubilee Street, Top Floor. Station Hotel, Kowloon. Quarters, North Point Station.

3 Bungalow, Repulse Bay. Peak Hotel.

Kowloon Docks,

10 Granville Road, Kowloon. On premises.

50 Nathan Road.

Empress Lodge, Kowloon.

6 Lamoni Lane, Top Floor. On premises.

234 Hollywood Road. On premises.

528 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

Repulse Bay Hotel.

407 The Peak.

Aerated Water Factory, North Point. Kowloon Docks.

C/o Socony, Laichikok. Y.M.C.A. Kowloon.

4 & 5 Ashley Road, Kowloon. On premises. On premises.

182 Woosung Street. On premises.

East Point Terrace. On premises.

13 Babington Path. 32 Gough Street.

182 Woo Sang Street.

569 Orient Buildings, Kowloon. 32 Gage Street, 2nd Floor. On premises.

On premises.

Lee Garden.

147 Kowloon Tong. On premises. 20 Ewo Street. Sassoon Road, Pokfulum. On premises.

On premises.

4 Prospect Place. 18 Arbuthnot Road. 31c Wyndham Street.

13 Staunton Street, 1st Floor.

29 Man Chung Terrace.

3 Chi Wo Street, 1st Floor, Yaumati. On premises.

Union Building.

18 Li Yuen Street, West. Union Building.

Netherlands Trading Society. 512 Nathan Road.

Director, Holyoak, Massey & Co., Ld.... 1 Bungalow, Repulse Bay.

NAME IN FULL.

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OCCUPATION,

ADDRESS.

L—Continued.

Lewis, Thomas Arthur

Lew Teh-lin Li Chiu-lung

Li Fook-shun Li Hoi-tung Li Jow-son Li Ming-wai Li Shu-fong Li Sui-wing

Li Tse-fong.

Li Tung

Li Wan-kum

Lickley, Frederick................

Limage, Jean

Mechanic, Kowloon Tong and New

Territories Development Co., Ld....... Asst., Netherlands Harbour Works Co.... Clerk, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co. Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation...... Managing Director, Banker & Co., Ld. Director, A. B. Moulder & Co., Ld. Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Sub-Accountant, Bank of Canton, Ld. Clerk, Davie, Boag & Co., Ld. Manager, Bank of East Asia, Ld. Sub-Accountant, Bank of East Asia, Ld. Secretary, A. B. Moulder & Co., Ld. Asst. Engineer, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), Lư, .... Messageries Maritimes.

* Lindsay, James Alexander Coppersmith, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co.

Ling Man-lai

Little, John Hargraves Litton, John Letablere

Lloyd Lionel Malcolm Snape. Lo Chan-ting....

Lo Cheung-shiu

Lo Chung-wan

Lo Ho-yeung Lo Kai-long

Lo Kim-san. Lo Kun-ying Lo Kwan-wai.

Lo Man-hin....

Lo Man-pan Lo Po-yin Lo Tsak-man

Lo Tsung-ko

Lo Yuk-toug Logan, Colin Roberts Long, Joseph Cecil Longfield, Stuart Look Poong-shau Lopes, Carlos Augusto Lopes, Dellano Vicente.... Lopes, Dinarte Ferrer Lopes, Secondino Antonio.... Loureiro, Francisco José da

Silva

Per Pro, Bank of East Asia, Ld. Assistant Manager, Butterfield & Swire... Assistant, Benjamin & Potts. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co. Broker, A. Goeke & Co. ............. Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Compradore, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschappy

Assistant, Jardine, Mathe on & Co., Ld..... Compradore, H K. C. & M. Steamboat

Co., Ltd.

Compradore, Carl Bodiker & Co. Freight Clerk, Admiral Line Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Assist. Compradore, Jardine, Matheson

& Co., Ld.

Share Broker, M. P. Lo

Business Manager, Bank of China, Ld. Shroff, Nestle & Anglo-Swiss Condensed

Milk Co.

Accounts Clerk, H.K. Engineering and

Construction Co., Ld............. Managing Director, Bakilly & Co., Ltd... Assistant, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co. ... Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Electrical Engineer, Electric Co., Ld.... Chief Manager, Bank of Canton, Ld. Assistant, Bank Line, Ld.

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Assistant, Standard Oil Co.

Chief Clerk, H.K. Tramway Co., Ld......

Book-keeper, H.K. & Shanghai Bank.. Loureiro, Francisco Alpoim ... Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Love, Herbert Jack

Low, George

Low, Thomas

Low, Victor Thomas

Low, William Ah Hon

Lowrie, John

Lucey, Ambrose Noel Lui Chung-sun Luke, Oi Wan... Lukyao, Henry

Lunny, James Francis Luz, Alvaro Augusto da Luz, Eduardo Guilherme da... Luz, Frederico Gustavo da Luz, Jose Alberto da..................................

Wireless Instructor, Butterfield & Swire. Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Assistant, Palmer & Turner Managing Director, Franco-Chinese

Trading Co., Ld.

Office Gunuer, Mackinnon, Mackenzie

& Co.

Civil Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, J. M. Alves & Co. Assistant, Holyoak, Massey & Co........ Mechanic, H.K. Engineering & Con-

struction Co., Ld.

Engineer, H.K. Electric Co.,, Ld. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Asst, Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld.. Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Assistant, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschappij

Kowloon Hotel, Kowloon. 12 Cheong On Street. On premises.

21 Graham Street. 17 Babington Path.

11 Austin Road, Kowloon. 4 Saigon Street, Yaumati. 2 Tramway Path. On premises. On premises. On premises. 50 Tainan Street.

On premises. 9 Felix Villas. Kowloon Docks. Un premises. 183 The Peak.

2 Cambay Building, Kowloon. On premises. On premises. On premises.

Netherlands Trading Society. 322 Des Voeux Road West.

9 Chancery Lane.

56 Queen's Road West. 97 Caine Road.

On premises.

On premises.

3 Excelsior Terrace. 57 Pokfulum Road.

363 Des Voeux Road, West.

109 Lai Chi Kok Road. 19 Kennedy Road. Cosmopolitan Docks. On premises.

Mount Davis Manor, Mt. Davis Rd. 6 Western Terrace. Caine Road. 9 Hankow Road, Kowloon. On premises.

10 Ashley Road.

53 Granville Road, Kowloon.

5 Cambay Building, Kowloon. On premises.

Mount Davis Manor.

83 Parkes Street, Top Floor.

2 Humphrey's Building, Kowloon. Jordan House, Jordan Rd., Kowloon.

On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

47 Caine Road, 2nd floor. 46 Wyndham Street.

12 Tung Hing Street, Mongkok. Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 6. On premises.

On premises.

2 Peace Avenue, Homuntin.

On premises.

}

45

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

L-Continned.

ADDRESS.

Luz, José Maria de Lourdes... Assistant, Standard Oil Co................

Lyle, David......

Lyon, David

*

4 Saifee Terrace. Quarry Bay.

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard........ Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. 6 Cox's Path, Kowloon.

Ma Fung-shu

Ma Wai-lum

M

Maas, Martin Mortimer.. MacArthur, Andrew MacArthur, Neil.................... Macaskill, Kenneth Roderick. Macdougall, Robert Ernest Macfarlane, Alex.

Macfarlane, William Macgowan, Arthur Lyman MacIndoe, Andrew... Mackay, Charles

Mackay, Iver Edward Lavers. Mackenzie, Alexander * Mackenzie, Alistair Mackenzie, Andrew Neilson...

Mackenzie, David..

Mackenzie, James Edward Mackenzie, John Murdo

Mackichan, Alexander

Somerled Mackintosh, Frederick Alexander ... MacKnight, John MacLean, David...... Madar, Ahmad Hussain.. Madar, Ahmed Osman Maher, Antonio Paulo Maber, Antonio Sebastiao.... Mahon, Elwood John.....................

Major, Harry Richard Mak Kam-chun

Mak Kam-fat

Mak Kam-yuk

Mak Siu-kai Makeham, Charles

Manners, Charles Manners

Manners, John Manning, Ernest.... Mansfield, William Robert de

Courcy Stanley Manton, Alfred Joseph Manuk, Malcolm

Marçal, Henrique Oscar......

Marcel, Charles Patrick...... Mark Kei-chan Markar, Cassim Gaful Marks, Pieter

Surveyor, Kowloon Tong & New Terri-

.....

tories Development Co., Ld. Secretary, A. B. Moulder & Co., Ld....... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard... Assistant, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co.... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Engineer, Dairy Farm I. & C. Storage

Co., Ld.

Engineer, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Merchant, Bradley & Co., Ld................

Ld..... Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard.. Timekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Assistant, Standard Oil Co....... Sub-Accountant, Chartered Bank. Assistant Engineer, HK. & Kowloon

Wharf & Godown Co., Ld. Engineer, H.K. & Kowloon Wharf &

Godown Co., Ld...................... Engineer, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld... Steno., Marine Dept., Canadian Pacific

S.S. Co., Ld.

Civil Engineer, Leigh & Orange

Manager, Mackintosh & Co., Ld. Salesman, Mustard & Co., Ld. Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Assistant, Arculli Bros. Asst., H.K. & Kowloon W. & G. Co., Ld. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., La. Store-keeper, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co. Accountant, The National City Bank of

New York

Asst., Union Ince. Society of Canton, Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank Clerk, Chartered Bank

Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Asst., Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. ... Chief Clerk, H.K. Kowloon Wharf &

Godown Co., Ld.

Merchant, John Manners & Co., Ld. Assistant, J. D. Hutchison & Co.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Traffic Inspector, H.K. Tramways, Ld.... Secretary, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Clerk, Netherlandsch Indische

Commercial Bank Merchant, Pentreath & Co. Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Clerk, Holland-China Trading Co...... Manager, Netherlands-India Commercial

Bank

106 Praya East, 3rd Floor. 54 Centre Street. On premises. Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. Kowloon Docks. 193 The Peak.

East Point Works. East Point Works. Hong Kong Club. Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay.

Thorpe Manor, May Road. 7 Knutsford Terrace. On premises.

32 Humphreys Building.

32 Humphreys Building. Peninsular Hotel, Kowloon.

151 Kowloon Tong.

On premises.

270 The Peak. Kingsclere, Kowloon. On premises.

22 Kennedy Road. 10 Sharp Street.

13 Sau Wa Fong, Top Floor. Kowloon Docks.

Repulse Bay Hotel.

On premises.

96 First Street, 2nd Floor. 29 Second Street, 2nd Floor. 29 Second Street, Top Floor. 4 Po Hing Fong, 3rd Floor. Dairy Farm, Pokfulam.

4A Armend Building, Kowloon. 7 Queen's Road Central. 19 Babington Path.

Union Building.

15 Bowrington Canal Road West. 2 Lower Albert Road.

558 Nathan Road. 175 Peak.

4 Tung Hing Road, Mongkok.

3 & 4 Bowrington Canal E. Top Floor.

2 Tregunter Mansions.

NAME IN FULL.

46

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

M-Continued.

Marques, Carlos Evaristo Marques, Francisco Luiz Marques, José Daniel * Marques, Luiz Zeferino Marshall, James Gray Marshall, John Howard.. Marshall, Walter Basil Martin, Alfred Edgcumbe... Martin, Alfred John James Martin, Thomas Archdale...... * Martin, Thomas Addis

Mason, Kenneth Augustus Matchin, William James Mathias, Claudio

Mathison, Frederick William.

Assistant, Standard Oil Co.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld... Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C. Assistant, James H. Backhouse Banker, H.K & Shanghai Bank Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co...

8 Gordon Terrace, Kowloon. On premises.

Kowloon Docks.

11 Ashley Road, Kowloon.

67 Lee Garden Street, 3rd Floor. On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

Accountant, Lowe, Bingham & Matthews | 64 Nathan Road. Assistant, Sassoon Ld.......

Merchant, Caldbeck MacGregor &

Co, Ld.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Engineer, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Asst., H.K. Rope Manufacturing Co,, Ld. Passenger Clerk, Canadian Pacific S.S.

Co., Lủ.

Matthews, Charles Buchan ... Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery

Mathews, George Edgar Matthews, John William

Mattos, Eduardo Augusto...... Mattos, Jose de Oliveira Maurice, Matthew Stephen Maxwell, Alexander Herbert. Maxwell, John Jex May, George Thomas May, Oscar

Mayes, Stanley Maurice

McBride, John Murray

* McCarr, Thomas James McCormack, John McCubbin, John McDonald, Colin Malcolm McGregor, Robert McIntosh, James Stuart

McIntyre, John McKechnie, Hugh

McKellar, John

McKellar, Robert

Asst., Brunner, Mond & Co. (China), Ld. Chief Draughtsman, H.K. Whampoa

Dock Co.

Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Asst, Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld. Clerk, American Express Co.

Pansman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Co., Ld. Asst., H.K. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld..........! Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Merchant, Carl Bodiker & Co. Merchant, British-American Tobacco

Co., Lư.

Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Rfg. Co., Ld. Timekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Advertising Dept, H.K. Amusements, Lt. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Chief Draughtsman, HK. Whampoa

Dock Co.......

Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Rfg. Co., Ld. Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Rfg. Co., Ld. McKelvie, John.

Boilermaker, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co.... McLaggan, James Ormiston... Draughtsman, H K. Whampoa Dock Co.. MeLay, Finlay Stewart......... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire McLay, Robert Montgomery... Manager, National City Bank of New

York

McLennan, Kenneth Campbell. McLeod, George...... McNeillie, David McTavish, Hector McEwan... McWhirter, Andrew Mead, George Denis Meere, James Joseph.... Meffan, Norman Dunn Mehal, Haq. Nawaz. Mehal, Wali Mohammed Meiar, Hans Jeorg... Meijer, Sjonke

Melchers, Carl Gerhard...

Melchers, Christiaan Adrianus

Meldrum, Robert

Mellis, George

Mendes, Antonio José

Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard.. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Chemist, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld... Assistant, l'aikoo Sugar Refinery.... Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard..... Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Manager, G. E. Huygen

Assistant, Transmarina Trading Co. Partner, Melchers & Co. Employee, Nederlandsch Indische

Handelsbank

Coal Overseer, Butterfield & Swire Jeweller, Falconer & Co., Ld.

|

7 Branksome Towers.

Peak Hotel.

8 The Peak. Kowloon Docks,

2 Cadogan Street, Kennedy Town.

Repulse Bay Hotel. On premises. On premises.

Kowloon Docks. On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

1 Ashley Road, Kowloon. Ou premises

Ellembad Villa, Sassoon Road.

1 Felix Vellas.

East Point Terrace.

Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. On premises.

37 Wyndham Street. Peak Hotel.

Kowloon Docks. On premises. On premises. East Point Terrace. East Point Terrace. Kowloon Docks. Kowloon Docks. King Edward Hotel.

408 The Peak. Quarry Bay,

Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. On premises.

Taikoo Sugar Refinery. On premises.

On premises. Quarry Bay,

6 President Apartment.

On premises.

Pokfulum Road.

3 E Block, Kennedy Road. On premises.

13 Broadwood Road.

Y.M.C.A., Kowloon. Hotel Metropole.

Francisco Xavier Nogueira Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co....... Kowloon Docks.

į

NAME IN FULL.

47

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

M-Continued.

Mendes, Francis de Nogueira

Xavier

Mercer, Charles

Merrick, George.... Merry, Frank Albert... Meyer, Joseph George Meyer, Clarence Earle Middleton, Henry Miles, Charles Henry

Millar, Andrew William Millard, Cyril Edwin... Miller, Albert Magnus Miller, David Charleton... Miller, Horace Morgan Miller, William Leslie Ernest.. Mills, Michael Gray Mimmack, Ernest Ewart Minney, Maurice Minu, Abdul Karim Mitchell, John

Mitchell, Thomas Mordey....

Mitsude, Tadao

Mohammed, Abdul Gunni... Mok Ching-um Mok, Henry

Mok Wai-leung Mok Yew-cho..... Monaghan, Thomas

Christopher

Monteiro, Francisco Xavier Moodie, Robert Park... Mooney, Philip Charles.... Moor, Oswold...

Moore, Brinsley John de Beez. Moore, Edward

Mori, Ryotaro...

Morris, Joseph Wh eler

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld... Holt's Wharf..................

Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Ld. Merchant, John Dickinson & Co., Ld. Assistant, Mackintosh & Co. Attorney, Standard Oil Co...... Asst. Manager, China Sugar Refining Co. Inspector, China Light & Power Co.

(1918), Ld.

Clerk of Works, Leigh & Orange Store-keeper, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co... Port Captain, Admiral Oriental Line...... Freight Asst., Canadian Pacific S. S. Ld. Wharfinger, H.K. & Kowloon W. & G. Co. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

Asst. Acct., Mercantile Bank of India Assistant, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Ld. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Assistant Engineer, China Light &

Power Co. (1918), Ld. Manager, Bank of Taiwan Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant Compradore, Holts Wharf Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Compradore, A. Goeke & Co......

Asst., Union Ince. Socty of Canton, Ld...

Catering Supt., Canadian Pacific S.S., Ld. Assistant, Botelho Bros.

Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank. Assistaut, J. D. Hutchison & Co. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire............ Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Manager, Bank of Taiwan

Asst. Pass. Agent, Admiral Orient Line Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard................

* Morrison, Kenneth Sinclair. Merchant, Bradley & Co., Ld......

Morrison, George

Morrison, Malcolm

Morrison, Peter

Mose, Charles.......

Mow Fung, Edward

Muir, David

Muir, Henry Menzies Muirhead, John Munford, Frederick

* Munn, Frederick Edwin

George....

Munro, Donald Munro, George Eric.. Munton, Douglas William.

Munze, Anton........... Murdock, Arthur Murdock, William Nugent

Harman

Murphy, Edward Owen..... Murray, Gilbert Ramsay

Murray, James Murray, Granville Murray, Ian Norman

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.

Asst., Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Assistant, Dowell & Co., Lal.... Merchant, Der A. Wing & Co. Assistant, Fitting Dept., Gas Co. Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co... Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Constructional Dept., China Light &

Power Co. (1918), Ld.

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.... Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard.................. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Electrical Engineer, China Light &

Power Co., (1918), Ld... Master Mariner, Anderson & Ashe......... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld..

Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co...... Clerk, Lowe, Bingham & Matthews.... Meter Foreman, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), Ld.

Shop Foreman, W. S. Bailey & Co., Ld.. Electrical Engineer, HK. Electric Co., Ld. Mains Dept., China Light & Power Co.

(1918), Ld.

|

|

On premises.

Garrison School Quarters. On premises. Peak Hotel.

3B Prat Building. 18 The Peak. East Point Terrace,

4 Hankow Road. 12A Yue Kwong Terrace. Kowloon Docks.

St. George Hotel.

Empress Hotel, Kowloon. 15 Knutsford Terrace, Kowloon. Empress Lodge, Kowloon, On premises.

Harbour View Hotel.

25 Ashley Road, Kowloon. 8 Lamouts Lane, 2nd Floor. Ou premises.

On premises.

17 Conduit Road. 204 Praya East.

8 Queen's Road Central, 2nd Floor. 15 China Terrace, Top Fl., K'loon. On premises.

Union Building.

292 The Peak.

15 Garden Road.

On premises.

324 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

Peak Hotel.

On premises. Quarry Bay.

27 Conduit Road.

21 Humphreys Bldg, Kowloon. Quarry Bay.

Lauriston, Bowen Road, Quarry Bay.

8 The Peak.

313 Nathan Road, Kowloon.

40 Russell Street.

Ga's Works.

On premises. On premises.

13 Jordan Road.

Y.M.C.A., Kowloon, Quarry Bay.

8 The Peak.

6 Kings Park Building. Victoria Garden, Kowloon. 192 The Peak,

4 Century Crescent, Kennedy Road. Empress Lodge, Kowloon.

474 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 22 Ashley Road, Kowloon. 287 The Peak.

Yaumati Sub-Station.

NAWE IN FULL.

48

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

M-Continued.

Murray, Malcoln McLean.. Murray, Robert

Murray, Winston Chapin

Muskett, William Herbert Basil

Asst. Supt. Engineer, Butterfield & Swire Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard Sub-Accountant, The National City Bank

of New York

Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

506 Stubbs Road, Peak. Quarry Bay.

Repulse Bay Hotel. Homeville, Wanchai Road.

Naef, Walter

N

Nair, Kurngeedil Govind Nantl, Louis Edmund Nazarin, Razee

Neave, Cecil

Neilson, David Scott

Nelson, Charles Cowley Nemazee, Ahmed Nemazee, Mohamed Neves, Florindo José.. Neves, George Alberto Neves, João Maria da Neves, Virgilio Antonio... Newman, Harry Edmund Newman, Percy Ingham Ng Pak-king

* Nicholson, Leslie Frere. Nisbet, George Nish, Hugh.

Nissen, Carl

Nissim, Archibald

Noll, Maurice George Normington, Fred.... Noronha, Delphino. Noronha, Eduardo Antonio Noronha, Jose Eduardo....... Noronha, José Maria

Noronha, Ricardo Luiz Duarte Norrie, James Marshall.. Norton, Robert H..... Nowers, William Arthur Nyew Choon-chiaw

Assistant, Sassoon & Co..

Clerk, Keller, Kern & Co., Ld............. Agent, Swayne & Hoyt Assistant, Harry Wicking & Co. Assist., H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld. Shipbuilder, H.K. Whainpoa Dock Co.... Assistant Engineer, Taikoo Dockyard Merchant, H. M. H. Nemazee....... Merchant, H. M. H. Nemazee

C/o. Repulse Bay Hotel. 1 Ashley Road.

4 Bungalow, Repulse Bay. 13 Matheson Street. Kowloon Docks. Kowloon Docks. Quarry Bay.

3 Conduit Road.

3 Conduit Road.

Clerk, Canadian Pacific Steamships, Ld.... 5 St. Joseph's Building.

Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank... Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Accountant, Admiral Oriental Line Manager, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld... Clerk, South British Ince. Co., Ld............. Assistant, H.K. & China Gas Co., Ld. Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant Official Measurer

Assistant, John, Manners & Co., Ld........ Broker, Moxon & Taylor....... Civil Engineer, Leigh & Orange. Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Clerk, T. E. Griffith......

Clerk, Green Island Cement Co. Ld.. Assistant, H.K. Amusements, Ld..... Secretary, Crédit Foncier d'Extrême-

Orient

Draughtsman, H.K. Realty Trust Co. Ld. Sub-Acct., Chartered Bank of I., A. & C. Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co., Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld Clerk, Equitable Eastern Banking Corpn.

48 Praya East, 3rd Floor. 319 Nathan Road.

319 Nathan Road. Y.M.C.A. Kowloon. Hong Kong Hotel.

46 Graham Street, 3rd Floor, Caltton Hotel. Quarry Bay.

5A Armend Buildings, Kowloon. On premises.

Repulse Bay Hotel.

196 Peak.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 10. 38 Jordan Road.

21 Granville Road, Kowloon. 23 Ashley Road.

23 Ashley Road, Kowloon. 317 Nathan Road. Chartered Bank, Ou premises. On premises.

25 Sand Street, Kennedy Town.

* Ogley, Wilfred Clarence Ogilvie, Donald

O'Hoy, Kim Louey

O'Hoy, Sheon-len

O'Hoy, Suey-len

Olaes, Alberto Ambrosio

Olaes, Edward Cornelius Oliveira, Oscar Mirandolino

dos Sontos

Oliver, Peter

Oliver, Roland Edward Henry Omar, Usuff Mohomed Orchard, William Edwin

Ormiston, James

Ortlepp, Friederick

Osborne, Alfred Richard

Osborne, Patrick William

Osmund, Alberto José

Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld.. Compradore, Admiral Line Accountant, Swayne & Hoyt Insurance... Compradore, Swayne & Hoyt Insurance. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Clerk, Holland China Trading Co,.......

Clerk, Green Island Cement Co., Ld................. Moulder, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co...... Merchant, Caldbeck MacGregor & Co. ... Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld................. Electrician, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.... Engineer, Holyoak, Massey & Co. Merchant, Borneman & Co....... Timekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard

Typist, Osaka Shosen Kaisha...

Assistant, Standard Oil Co.......

On premises. On premises.

39 Sand Street, Kennedy Town. 39 Sand Street. 39 Sand Street.

32 Ice House Street.

32 Ice House Street, Top Floor,

19 Ashley Road, Kowloon. Kowloon Docks. On premises.

145A & в Praya East.

768 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong Club.

180 The Peak.

Quarry Bay.

On premises.

3 St. Joseph's Mansion.

Osmund, Arthur Frederick ... Assistaut, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... 1 Liberty Avenue, Kowloon.

149

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

O-Continuel.

ADDRESS.

Osmund, Cesar Henry Osmund, Ernest Edgar Osmund, George Vincent. Osmund, Luiz Augusto.. Ost, Reginald Emil Oswald, William Robert Overy, Hubert Owen, James Colin

Oyen, Willem Gerard van..

O'Young, Jung ..... Ozorio, Duarte Diniz Ozorio, Eurico Maria.. Ozorio, José de Graça

1 Peace Avenue, Kowloon. 2 Jordan Koad, Kowloon. Union Building.

Assistant, Green Island Cement Co., Il. | 564 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld....... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Merchant, Sassoon & Co., Ld. Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard. Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld. Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co....... Accountant, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschapij

Assistant, P. & O. Banking Corporation.....] Book Keeper, Holyoak, Massey & Co. Clerk, Chartered Bank..

Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co.

1 Mount Davis Road. Quarry Bay. Powell's Building. Kowloon Docks.

On premises.

37 Kennedy Road, 2nd Floor. St. Joseph's Building. St. Joseph's Mansion. Kowloon Docks.

#

P

Padgett, George Thomas

Page, Harry

Pairman, George

Palmer, Henry Thomas..

Panizzi, Joseph Vincent

Pang Kok-sui

Pang Pun-sang

Parker, Herman Vearncombe. Parker, Lewis Arthur Parren, Joseph Lee Parsons, Howard

Parsons, Thomas Riddle

Pasco, Boris

Paterson, John Johnstone...... Paterson, Thomas Garner Paul, Alfred Frank......................... Pendergast, William John...... Penn, Arthur Harry Acroux... Pentycross, Frederick Hazel... Peoples, David

Pereira, Carlos José Maria Pereira, Carlos Ross Pereira, Fermino Maria... Pereira, João Patricio Pereira, Thomas Maria Peres, Luiz Antonio Perrin, Norman James Perry, David Henry.. Perry, Silus Shalome... Peters, William Henry Peterson, August William........ Pethick, Harry Hathaway Peuster, Paul Oscar Philips, Alexander Roy

Henderson Piercy, Arthur Pile, Arthur George Pinguet, Ernest Lewis Pinguet, Henry Marcel

Pinguet, Paul Maurice

Pinna, Carlos Luiz................

Electrical Engineer, Electric Co., Ld. Shipping Supt., Dairy Farm I. & C. S.

Co., Ln.

...

Assistant, Central Agency, Ld. Foreman, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld. Asst., Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co., L. ... Ship Broker, George, Grimble & Co. Clerk, South British Ince. Co., Ld. Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Technical Manager, Vacuum Oil Co................... Assistant, Standard Oil Co................... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Garage Manager, H.K. & Shanghai

Hotels, Ld.

Bookseller. Brewer & Co., Ld............ Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Consulting Engineer, Anderson & Ashe... Electrical Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard....... Sub-Manager, The Bank Line, Ld. Chief Accountant, II.K. & S'hai Bank Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.... Assistant, Caldbeck, MacGregor & Co. Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Mercantile Asst., Shewan, Tomes & Co... Clerk, National City Bank of New York Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

Agent, Thos. Cook & Son, Ld. Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld.....] Bill & Exchange Broker, S. S. Perry Stenographer, Canadian Pacific S.S., Ld. Sub-Acct., National City Bank of N.Y... Attorney, Standard Oil Co..... Assistant, John Manners & Co.

Chemist, Taikoo Sugar Refinery... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Manager, A. G. Pile................

Assistant, P. M. Pinguet & Co. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Merchant, P. M. Pinguet & Co.

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I., A. & C..............

Pinna, Germans Augusto de... Clerk, Netherlandsche Handel

Maatschappy

4 Peak Road, Top Floor.

2 Lower Albert Road. On premises.

East Point Terrace. On premises.

13 Man Chung Fong. Princes Building. On premises. On premises.

18 Broadwood Road. On premises.

Happy Valley Garage. 16 Macdonnell Road. On premises. Hong Kong Club. Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 3. Quarry Bay.

163 The Peak. On premises. Quarry Bay.

2 Rednaxela Terrace.

| 25 Cameron Road. 70 Parkes Street.

1 Rednaxela Terrace. 2 Granville Road.

10 Tung Hing Rd., K'loon, 1st Floor. 8 Feak Road. On premises.

7 The Peak. 27 Kai Tack Bund. Peak Hotel.

Friston Cottage, May Road. 7 Queen's Road Central.

On premises. 369 The Peak.

521 Nathan Road. 27 Cameron Road. On premises.

10 Chatham Road, Kowloon. 317 Nathan Road, Kowloon,

On premises.

50

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

P-Continued.

ADDRESS.

Pinna, José Mathias Pinna, Luiz Gonzaga........ Pinna, Sebastião Francisco Pintos, Cecilio Paulo....... Pittendrigh, William McKenzie Placé, Abelardo Antonio Plummer, John Archibald

Hugh

Polson, John Callander Pomeroy, Henry William Pomeroy, John Bernard Poon, Henry

Poon Ping-kong

Potts, Alexander Hutton Pow Man-cheuk Pragnell, Charles Frederick

*Price, Walter Ernest Priestley, Horace Hugh

Hepworth

Pritchard, Albert Edward. Provan, James Doig Pryce, Charles

Puncheon, George Puncheon, James Pun Kwong-yin Pun Lui-chee

Pun Yun-boi.

* Purves, David John....

Clerk, Chartered Bank.

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld....... Assistant, Harry Wicking & Co. Clerk, Holland-China Trading Co. Merchant, Pittendrigh & Co. Storekeeper, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co.

Assistant, Bradley & Co., Ld............. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard........... Clerk, Percy Smith, Seth & Fleming. Assistaut, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... H.K. Amusements, Ld

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld...] Assistant, Benjamin & Potts Clerk, Bank of East Asia, Ld. Time-keeper, Sir W. G. Armstrong,

Whitworth & Co., Ld. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.

Sassoon & Co.

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld... Engineer, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co., Ld. Accountant, Canadian Pacific S.S., Ld. . Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... Shipbuilder, H.K. & W'poa Dock Co., Ld. Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Chief Clerk, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld. ... Office Assistant, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), La

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...

534 Nathan Road, Kowloon. On premises.

29 Jordan Road, Kowloon.

532 President Apartments, Kowloon. 505 The Peak, Kowloon Docks.

Peak Hotel. Quarry Bay.

13 Morrison Gap Road. 8 Gap Road.

18 Tung Hing Road. Union Building.

The Tower, Queen's Building. On premises.

303 Praya East. 21 Jordon Road.

Hong Kong Hotel, On premises. Kowloon Docks.

Basilea, 2 Lyttelton Road. 6 Waverley Terrace, Kowloon Docks.

4 Yu Lam Terrace. · On premises.

16 Bowling Street, 1st Floor. 2 Torres Building.

Q

Quan Shu John Quark, Francis William Quie, Joseph Leslie

Chief Accountant, Bank of Canton, Ld. Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld... Peak Tramway Co.

65 Caine Road, 2nd Floor. On premises.

528 Nathan Road.

R

Rafeek, Mohomed

Rahumed, Abdul Kadir

Raikes, John Hutchins

Railton, Eric Wilfred.....

Ramsay, Alfred William

Leonard

Assistant, Osaka Shosen Kaisha Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank.. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld.

Ramondt, Aernout Johnnes ... Clerk, Java-China-Japan Lijn

Ramsay, Allen Barrie

Ramsay, Frederick Stuart......

Ramsay, John Harris..... Ramsay, Joseph Marshall

*

*

Ramsay, Joseph Victor

Ramsay, Peter Walter

Robertson

Ramsay, Robert Albert Ramsay, Thomas Ramsey, Ching Randall, Benjamin Cutler Jr... Randall, Herbert Wells.........

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld... Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard..... Building Supt., Kowloon Tong and New

Territories Development Co., Ld....... Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank..... Supt. Shipbuilder, H.K. W' poa DockCo Draughtsman, H.K. & Whampoa

Dock Co., Ld...............

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard.... Engineer, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Director, Williamson Co.............. Salesman, Texas & Co. Assistant, Benjamin & Potts Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld.

118 Hollywood Road.

8 Lamont's Lane, 1st Floor. On premises.

On premises.

6 Granville Road, Top Floor.

On premises. Quarry Bay.

68 Shanghai Street, Mongkok. On premises. Kowloon Docks.

Kowloon Docks.

Quarry Bay.

Kowloon Docks.

9 Humphreys Building.

II Gordon Road, Causeway Bay.

33D Robinson Road.

On premises.

$

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ADDRESS.

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Rankin, Garnet

Rapp, Gustav George Rasker, Arnoldus Geuchien

Rasmussen, Vohn Agnes

Jens Jorgensen

Raven, Arthur Robert Fenton Raven, Oscar Boultbee Ray, Herbert Wallace Raymond, Edward Maurice Razavet, George Raymond

*Read, Ronald Dudley. Reading, Edward Reid, Alan

Assistant, Little Adams & Wood Cashier, J. D. Humphreys & Son Chief Accountant, Netherlandsche

Handel Maatschappy....

24 Ashley Road. 3A Halton Road.

Netherlands Trading Society.

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld....... On premises.

Architect, Raven & Basto Architect, Raven & Basto

Manager, H.K. Amusements, Ld.. Broker, Exchange Building... Stenographer, Marine Dept., Canadian

Pacific S.S., Ld.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Cantoo, Ld... Theatre Manager, H.K. Amusements, Ld. Sub-Acct., Chartered Bank of I., A. & C. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

|

North View Bungalow. Y.M.C.A.

37 Wyndhan Street. R.B.L. 172, Repulse Bay.

1 Moreton Terrace, Causeway Bay. On premises.

68, Nathan Road. On premises.

Reis, José Manuel. Remedios, Alberto Maria

On premises.

Otavio

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

On premises.

Remedios, Alfredo Frederico

dos

Remedios, Arthur Reginaldo.. Remedios, Augusto Antonio

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

On premises.

On premises.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... 2 Victory Road, Homantin.

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

On premises.

On premises.

dos

Remedios, Carlos Antonio

Ribeiro

Remedios, Carlos Henrique

Viera.

Remedios, Carlos Savard Remedios, Edmundo Alberto

dos

Remedios, Eduardo Manuel dos Remedios, Evaristo Euzebio

dos Remedios, Fernando Eduardo

d'Almada

Remedios, Francisco Xavier

d'Almada...

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... 9 Humphrey's Avenue.

Book-keeper, Kelly & Walsh, Ld. Assistant, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co....

Assistant, Holyoak, Massey & Co...

Assistant, Union Trading Co. ...

Acct., General Electric Co. of China...... Remedios, Francisco Xavier dos Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

Remedios, João Joaquim

Vandenberg..

Remedios, Jorge Maria Remedios, José Julita dos Remedios, José Maria

Vandenberg.

..

Remedios, José Victor Viera. Remedios, Luiz Atanasio dos... Remedios, Luiz Eugenio Remedios, Luiz Gonzaga Remedois, Vasco Luiz dos.. Remington, Harold Rupert Resker, Herbert Charles Rew, Tommy James Reynolds, Arthur

Reynolds, William Kirley Ribeiro, Angelo Cecilio Vieira. Ribeiro, Antao Emmanuel.... Ribeiro, Augusto Henrique Ribeiro, Augusto Illidio Ribeiro, Augusto José Vieira Ribeiro, Carlos Alberto de

Jesus Vieira

Ribeiro, Carlos de Monte

Carmelo da Costa Vieira Ribeiro, Constantino Filomeno

Vieira

* Ribeiro, Constantino

Filomeno Vieira

Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Chief Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India, Ld. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co.... Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Clerk, Banque Franco-Chinoise Assistant, Standard Oil Co.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld.....] Assistant, Harry Wicking & Co. Sub-Manager, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India Constructional Dept., China Light &

Power Co., 1.d.

District Accountant, Texas & Co. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Assistant, Standard Oil Co........ Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co.. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld. ...

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...

Assistant, Standard Oil Co........

1 The Albany. Kowloon Docks.

17 Nanking Street, Kowloon.

6 Peace Avenue.

6 Peace Avenue, Homuntin. On premises.

The Hut, Upper Castle Road. 3 St. Joseph's Mansion. On premises.

Kowloon Docks.

1 Victory Avenue, Homuntin. On premises.

St. Joseph's Building, B Block. 6 Caine Road.

On premises.

On premises. On premises. 96 Praya East.

Ma Tau Kok.

16 Felix Villas, Pokfulum. On premises.

24 Robinson Road. On premises.

49 Praya East, 3rd Floor. 3 Granville Road, Kowloon.

13 Granville Road.

6 Carnarvon Villas.

Bookkeeper, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. 8 Morrison Gap Road.

Acting Secretary, H.K. Realty &

Trust Co......

591 Nathan Road.

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Ribeiro, Daniel

Ribeiro, Fernando Alfredo

Viera

Ribeiro, Francisco Vincent

Vieira

Ribeiro, Francisco Xavier

Viera

Ribeiro, Frederico Francisco... Ribeiro, Guilherme Alfredo ... Ribeiro, João Chrysostomo

Viera

Ribeiro, João Francisco Viera Ribeiro, Jorge Alberto Vieira Ribeiro, José Maria Vieira Ribeiro, Julio Carmo Vieira Ribeiro, Lucio Maria Vieira... Ribeiro, Luiz Antonio Vieira...

...

Ribeiro, Luiz Gonzaga Ribeiro, Oscar Francisco Ribeiro, Vicente Rogerio Vieira Richmond, John..... Rickett, Cedric Arthur Lacy... Riggs, Charles Butler Ritchie, Archibald

Roberts, Christino Artur Robert, Henri.......

Roberts, Arthur William.. Robertson, Camerou de Salle... Robertson, John Wallace Robertson, William

Robinson, Frederick

Robinson, Jack Fraser

Robinson, Karl Henry * Robson, William Henry

Carr.....

Rocha, Alvaro Gustavo da ... Rocha, Antonio Maria Barros

da..........

Rocha, Antonio José da Cruz Rocha, Claudio Lisola Rocha, Ignacio Loyola da. Rocha, José Estevão Rocha, Luiz Antonio da Rocha, Kuy Marcos da ... Rocha, Vicente Caetano da Rock, Edward Clark Rodger, George Sinclair

Rodgers, Herbert Austin Rodrigues, Alberto Antonio

Maria

Rodrigues, Antonio José Rodrigues, Frederico Joao

the

Maria.

Rodrigues, Jose Simao ..... Rodrigues, Vicente Pompeia... Rogers, Bertram Sidney Rosa, Crispiniano Ignacio da. Rosario, Emerico de

* Rosario, Fernando Antonio

Maria Rosario, Luiz Gonzaga Rosario, José Maria da Silva..... Rosario, Luiz Alberto Rosario. Polycarpo Antonio...

.

|

Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

Ming Yuen Quarters, North Point..

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...] 12 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon.

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld... On premises.

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld...| Chief Clerk, Mustard & Co., Ld. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...

Clerk, II.K. & Shanghai Bank

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Merchant, Maxim & Co.

Alex. Ross & Co., Ld.... Merchant, Maxim & Co. Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation.......... Accountant, Nestlé & Anglo-Swiss

Condensed Milk Co.

Assistant, J. M. da Rocha & Co....... Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Ld. Asst., Union Ince. Soety. of Canton, Ld... Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refiuing Co., Ld. Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co... Wharf Manager, Holt's Wharf Chartered Accountant, Lowe, Bingham

& Matthews

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Accountant, Banque de l'Indo-Chine... Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Ld.. H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld........... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire.. Clerk, American Express Co., Ld. H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld....... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire. Assistant, Texas & Co.

On premises.

9 Granville Road, Kowloon. 1 Gordon Terrace, Kowloon.

On premises.

On premises.

I Gordon Terrace, Kowloon.

22 Praya East.

4 Gordon Terrace, Kowloon. 24 Robinson Road.

7 Morrison Gap Road.

7 Gordon Terrace, Kowloou. On premises. Uniou Building. On premises. On premises.

Highlands, Austin Avenue, K'loon..

261 The Peak.

12 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon. On premises.

On premises. On premises.

Thorpe Manor, May Road. On premises. On premises. Peak Hotel.

181 The Peak.

Engineer, H.K. & W'poa Dock Co., Ld... Kowloon Docks. Auctioneer, A. G. da Rocha

8 Glenealy.

3 Jordan Road.

31 Granville Road, Kowloon. 31 Grauville Road, Kowloon. 3 Robinson Road, 3 Robinson Road. On premises. Causeway Bay.

Clerk, H. K. Tramway Co., Ld. ........... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...] 10 Shing Wong Street. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld... 32 Ice House Street. Clerk, British-American Tobacco Co., Ld. | Clerk, British-American Tobacco Co., Ld. Book-keeper, J. M. da Rocha & Co. Manager, J. M. da & Rocha Co. Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Manager, Jockey Club Stables Assistant, Car Shed Superintendent,

H.K. Tramways, Ld..... Accountant, H.K. Land Investment Co....

Asst., Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld......

Employee, Nederlandsch Indische

Handelsbank Clerk, Dollar S.S. Line Clerk. Mercantile Bank Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Ld.. Clerk, Dodwell & Co., Ld. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

. Claim Agent, Admiral Orient Line Accountant, Bradley & Co., Ld... Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co.... Assistant, Union Trading Co...

50c Whitfield Terrace. White Cottage, Taipo.

Union Building. On premises.

St. Joseph's Villa.

10 Robinson Road. 11 Ashley Road. On premises.

339 Nathan Road, Kowloon. Ou premises.

41 Kowloon Tong,

101 Austin Road, Kowloon. 12. Austin Avenue, Kowloon. Leighton Hill Road.

St. Joseph's Building.

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Ross, Cecil Philip

Ross, Frederick White

Thomson

Ross, John Kennedy Ross, Sydney Hampden..

Rosselet, Charles Simon.......... Roza, Alfred William da Roza, Carlos Augusto da

Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co... On premises.

Jeweller, Falconer & Co....... Merchant, Alex. Ross & Co. Chartered Accountant, Percy Smith,

Seth & Fleming....

Assistant, H.K. Amusement, Ld Exchange Broker, Roza Bros.... Exchange Broker, Roza Bros....

Roza, Carlos Vicenti Ferrer da Clerk, Chartered Bank................. Roza, Eduarte da

Roza, Gregorio Francisco da... Roza, Gustavo Uriel da....... Roza, Julio Henrique da Rozario, Arthur Cornelio

Rozario, Daniel Anthero

Incorporated Accountant, Lowe,

Bingham & Matthews

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I., A. & C.... Assistant, J. M. da Rocha & Co....... Clerk, Chartered Bank of I., A. & C........... Clerk, National City Bank of New York.. Assistant, Botelho Bros.

Rozario, Eduardo Jose Maria do Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld..............

Rozario, Joao Francisco

Esteves

Rozario, Pedro Tanzap Rull, Marcelino Joseph Rumjahn, Dawood Russakoff, Victor Basil

Russell, Harry Gordon Russell, John

Russell, William Douglas

Ruttonjee, Jehangir Hormusjee Ryan, Lionel Ernest Norwood

Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld....... Clerk, S, J. David & Co..... Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co........

2 Aimai Villas, Kowloon. Peak Hotel.

503 The Peak.

5 Village Road.

51 Granville Road.

4 Ormsby Villas, Kowloon. 7 Ladder Street, Upper Terrace.

9 Kowloon Tong. 138 Caine Road.

3 Robinson Road. 138 Caine Road. 2 Hankow Road.

2 St. Joseph's Building. On premises.

9 Morrison Hill Road. 528 Nathan Road.

575 Nathan Road.

Book-keeper, Gaude, Price & Co., Ld. ... 9 Leighton Hill Road, 2nd Floor.

Overseer, Netherlands Harbour

Works Co.

Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard........ Chartered Accountant, Lowe, Bingham

& Matthews

Merchant, H. Ruttonjee & Son Assistant, Canadian Pacific S.S., Ld..

22 Kai Tak Bund, Kowloon,

On premises. Quarry Bay.

Ava Mansions, May Road. 7 Duddell Street. Hong Kong Hotel.

S

Saeuger, William Sahmet, Ernest

Salter, Sidney Charles Sample, Edmund Frederick

Ronald ....

Sampson, Brian Wilfred Samway, Frederick George Samy, Abdool Rathman

Mahomet

Samy, Arthur

San, Trinh Thai

Sander, Roland

Sanderson, William

Sandes, Charles Lancelot

Compton

Sanger, Richard

Santos, Vicente Paulo

Sauerbeck, Helmut

Saunders, William

Savce, Kelly.

Schmidt, Richard

Schmit, Holgar Einer

Assistant, Keller, Kern & Co., Ld.................... Correspondence Clerk, H.K. Engineer-

ing & Construction Co, Ld. Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.

583 Nathan Road.

118 Hollywood Road. 26 Ashley Road, Kowloon.

Architect, Denison, Ram & Gibbs ...... Marble Hall, Kowloon. Asst., Brunner, Mond & Co. (China), Ld. | On premises. Foreman, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld. East Point Terrace.

Meter Foreman, China Light & Power

Co., Ld.

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.. Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Manager, Sander Wieler & Co.

Acting Asst. Supt. Engineer, Jardine,

Matheson & Co., Ld.

1 Warren Street.

88 Bonham Road.

On premises.

39 Humphreys Building.

1 Carnarvon Buildings, Kowloon.

Manager, Mercantile Bank of India, Ld. Galesend, 302 The Peak.

Assistant, Standard Oil Co. Clerk, Linstead & Davis

Asst., Oriental Tobacco Manufactory. Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld.

* Saunderson, Thomas Perkins' Assistant, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

Schultz, Henry Louis

Book-seller, Sayce & Kelly Manager, Carlowitz & Co...

Musical Director, H.K. & Shanghai

Hotels, Ld.

Assistant General Manager, Standard

Oil Co.

Schulz, Alexander Wladislav. Cashier, American Express Co. Scott, Douglas Stewart...... District Manager, Texas Co.......

148 Parker Road.

27 Mosque Street.

On premises.

On premises.

Kingsclere Hotel.

On premises.

Caulon, Pokfulum Road.

Repulse Bay Hotel.

On premises.

On premises.

R. B. L. 250 Pokfulum.

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ADDRESS.

Scott, Henry Hodge............. Scott, Leonard Gordon Scott, Malcolm

Scriven, Henry Ernest Seater, Charles John

Seath, William Petrie Segrest, Robert Taylor Selle, Pieter Bertus Jr.... Senton-Winton, Balcombe

Langridge Sequeira, Augusto Dario Sequeira, Carlos Maria *Sequeira, Francisco Paula Sequeira, Pedro Nolasco.. Servadio, Carlino... Sewell, Edwin George Sewell, George William Sfeulman, Hendrik Hielko Shank, Carl Bradley

Shank, Charles Le Roy

Shank, Edward Dean

Shannon, Oliver John Shaw, George Morison Shaw, John Archibald Shaw, Joseph Hilton

Shea, Edward Shea, John Frederick Sheik, Abdul Hamid Shek Pui-ki ........ Sherman, Douglas Earnest... Sherry, John Patrick Shervell, Frederick John Shendahl, Bjarne. Shi Kum-kwai Shi Yu-man Shields, Andrew Lusk Short, Richard Habberfield .. Shoshine, Nicolai Valeriwich.

Shroff, Joseph Manuel

Shrubsole, Henry Christopher

Sibley, James Clarence Silkstone, Albert Edmund................ Silva, Alberto Augusto Silva, Ambrosio Cesar da Silva, Antonio Francisco

Paulo da

Silva, Armando Maria da Silva, Arnaldo Heitor Silva, Arthur Luiz da.. Silva, Carlos Germano da Silva, Francisco Xavier

Maria da

Silva, Francisco Britto

Peres da

Silva, Francisco Filomeno

Eça da

...

...

Engineer, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co....! Kowloon Docks.

Superintendent, Peak Tramway Co., Ld. Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank. Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Time-keeper, Taikoo Sugar Refining

Co., Ld....

50 The Peak.

On premises. On premises.

On premises.

Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery......... On premises. Sub-Acet., National City Bank of N.Y.. | 459 The Peak. Nederlandsche Indische Handels Bank. 4 Granville Road.

Manager, S. J. David & Co. Assistant, Standard Oil Co. Assistant, Standard Oil Co.

Clerk, British American Tobacco Co. Assistant, Standard Oil Co. Assistant, A. Goeke & Co..... Assistant, Lane, Crawford, Ld. Merchaut, Robertson, Wilson & Co., Ld.. Sub-Acct., Holland China Trading Co.... Manager, H.K. Excavation, Pile

Driving & Construction Co., Ld. ... Superintendent, H.K. Excavation, Pile

Driving & Construction Co., Ld. ... Architect, Kowloon Tong & N.T.

Development Co., Ld.... Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Manager, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld. Assistant, Standard Oil Co. Asst. Foreman, China Light & Power

Co., Ld......

Steno-typist, H.K. Excavation, Co., Ld. Assistant, Lepack Co., Ld. Clerk, Dollar S.S. Line. Assistant, Bank of East Asia, Ld Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard Manager, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld. Shipyard Manager, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, Thoresen & Co. Clerk, H.K. & China Gas Co., Ld. Inspector, Benjamin & Potts Merchant, Shewan, Tomes & Co. Assistant, Canadian Pacific S.S. Co. Timekeeper, Netherlands Harbour

Works, Ld.

Electrician, Netherlands Harbour

Works Co.

Manager, Nestlé Anglo Swiss

Condensed Milk Co.

Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld.. Manager, Moutrie & Co.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld. Asst., Jardine Matheson & Co., Ld....

Clerk, General Electric Co. of China Ld. Asst., Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Clerk, Linstead & Davis

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I., A. & C. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

Asst., Netherlands Trading Society

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank..........

...

Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld..........................

Repulse Bay Hotel.

32 Granville Road. 6 Mosque Street.

64 Parkes Street.

144 & 146 Kennedy Town. Marble Hall, Kowloon.

On premises.

67-69 Des Voeux Road Central. Orient Bldg., 581 Nathan Road.

Repulse Bay Hotel.

Savoy Hotel.

9 Orient Buildings, Kowloon. On premises. On premises.

18 Peak Road.

234 Nathan

27 Kai Tack Bund, Kowloon. 27 Kai Tak Bund. 2 Broadwood Road. On premises. Quarry Bay. 119 The Peak. Quarry Bay.

16 MacDonnell Road. Gas Works.

5 Seymour Terrace. 16 Peak Road.

1 Victoria Gardens.

22 Kai Tak Bund.

84-Bonham Road.

Hong Kong Club. On premises.

13 Humphreys Building. On premises.

534 Nathan Road..

18 Jordan Road, 2nd Floor. 532 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 3 Duddell Street, 1st Floor. 13 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon. 10 Granville Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

On premises.

Fanling, New Territories.

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ADDRESS.

S-Continued.

Silva, Francisco Xavier

Maria da

Silva, Frederico Eugenio Silva, George Honorio da Silva, Joao Maria da Silva, Jose Filomeno Eca da... Silva, Ladislau da

Silva, Lucas Leonardo da ... Silva, Marciano Antonio da... Silva, Mario Maria da ................... Silva, Reginaldo Maria

Gomes da

Silva, Ricardo Crescencio da. Simmonds, Ernest William...

Simmons, Benjanin William Simmons, John Henry Simmons, Robert

Simmons, William Frederick Simões, Manuel Augusto Simon, Edwin Alexander ... Simpson, Andrew Macfarlane

Simpson, Sidney....

* Slipper, George Bruce

Smith, Arthur

Sloan, James........ Sloan, John

Smith, Arthur William

Smith, Albert James Victor...

Smith, Eric Grant Smith, Frauk

Smith, George John Smith, Inglis

Smith, Joseph Charles Henry

Lawrence..

Smith, Octavius Arthur Smith, Raymond Walter... Smith, Waldemar Ernest....

Soltau, Bernhard Soares, Charles Maria Soares, Francisco Xavier Soares, Joannes Alves de

Vasconcelos Soares, Joaquim Rocque...... Soares, Vicente Ferrer Sommerfelt, Allister Soo Beng-tan Soo Lo-yan Sorby, Vincent Dare

Sousa, Satyro Estevas Soutar, Francis Souza, Casimiro Marcelino de Souza, Eduardo Paulo.........

Souza, Eusebio João de Deuz Souza, José Francisco de

...

Assistant, Nederlandsche Indische

Handels Bank Assistant, Green Island Cement Co. Engineer, Electric Light Co., Ld. Clerk, Banque Franco-Chinoise Agent, China Underwriters, Ld.. Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank...... Asst., Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld...... Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation

532 Nathan Road..

315 Nathan Road,

22 Carnarvon Road, Kowloon.

22 Granville Road.

9 Austin Avenue.

On premises.

On premises.

5 Ashley Road, Kowloon. 26 Carnarvon Road, Kowloon.

...9 Liberty Avenue.

Asst., Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Assistant, H.M.H. Nemazee Asstistant, Fitting Supt., H.K. & China

Gas Co., Ld.....

Engineer, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld.. Traffic Inspector, H.K. Tramways, Ld. General Works Manager, H.K. Engineer-

ing & Construction Co. Secretary, H.K. Tramways, Ld. Assistant, Standard Oil Co. Engineer, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Shipbuilder, H.K. & Whampoa Dock

Co., Ld.....

Butcher, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Asst. Supt., H.K. & Kowloon Wharf &

Godown Co., Ld

Meter Inspector, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), L

Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Purchasing Manager, H.K. & Shanghai

Hotels, Ld.

District Engineer, China Light &

Power Co. (1918), Ld.... Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld. ... Assistant, Union Trading Co., Ld.. Watchman, Taikoo Dockyard Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery

Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Manager, Whiteaway, Laidlaw & Co.... Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Inspector, Union Insurance Society of

Canton, Ld.

Assistant, Carl Bodiker & Co.

Clerk, Percy Smith, Seth & Fleming Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank ..................

Assistant, Roza Bros. Clerk, Dodwell & Co., Ld. Assistant, China Sugar Befining Co., Ld. Chartered Acct., Linstead & Davis .. Merchant, Oriental Commercial Co...... Java-China-Japan Lijn

Electrical Engineer, H.K. Electric Co.,

Ld.

|

204 Kowloon Tong..

73 Wong-nei-chong Road. On premises.

14 Shaukiwan Road.

St. George's Hotel. On premises.

4 Saifee Terrace, Kowloon. 8 The Peak.

Kowloon Docks.

2 Lower Albert Road.

19c Cameron Road, Kowloon.

552 Shanghai Street. On premises. On premises.

36 Humphreys Building, Kowloon.

On premises.

Hong Kong Club.

116 Wellington Street. Quarry Bay.

On premises.

On premises. On premises.

H. E. Quarters, No. 3 N.P. Station.

On premises.

12 Kowloon Tong.

27 Jordon Road, Kowloon, On premises.

2 Liberty Avenue, Kowloon. 11 Beaconsfield Arcade. On premises.

114 Peak.

153 Kowloon Tong.

221 Portland Street, 1st Floor.

53 The Peak- On premises. Quarry Bay.

Netherlands India Commercial Bank Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard Clerk, Chartered Bank of I., A. & C.... 6 Ashley Road, Kowloon. Clerk, Netherlandsch Indische

Handelsbank

Timekeeper, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co. Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co......

428 Nathan Road. Kowloon Docks. 34 Ice House Street.

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ADDRESS.

Souza, Lino Vincente de

Souza, Luiz Carlos de Rozario Sonza, Satyro Estevas

Speirs, Duncan Campbell Spicer, Henry

Spradbery, Ernest James Spurgeon, Stanley Evan...... Stainfield, Harry Stalker, Archibald

Standage, Henry Edmund... Stanesby, Sydney John

Cleave

Stanton, William Tellinghast Stanton, John Reginald

Leslie.....

Stark, Charles Crawford... Starling, Robert Archibald... Starling, Alfred Walter......... Steenbergen, Gerard Anthony

Van......

Steenstra, Onne

Stehle, Ernest Stephenson, Benjamin

Stewart Stevenson, Allan Stewart, Alan Brown Stewart, Charles Edward Stewart, Gilbert Hugh

Stewart, James.....

Stewart, John Henry Stewart, Peter

Stewart, Ronald Lindsay Stewart, William Alfred... Stokes, Thomas George Stoddart, Robert William Stone, Albert Edward Stone, Edward

Stone, Frederick

Stone, William George Stott, Robert Edgar

Strafford, Cecil.......

Streatfield, Edward Philip Stubbs, Archibald Thomas Sturt, Herbert Rothsay Suckling, Percy Herbert.. Sue, Thomas... Sueton, Henry Thomas Suffiad, Abdul Gaffoor Sullivan, Chas.........................

Summers, Alexander William

*

Summers, Charles Henry

Summers, John Adam...

Sun Tze-ying

Swan, Thomas

Swayne, Frank Hugh Sze, Harry Kne-ling

Meter Inspector, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), Lủ.

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Employee, Nederlandsch Indische

Handelsbank

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard..... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire...

On premises.

On premises.

3 Minden Avenue.

Quarry Bay.

Branksome Towers, May Road.

Asst., H.K. Rope Manufacturing Co., Ld. 213 Nathan Road. Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld... Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Assistant, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co...

Confidential Clerk, H.K. Electric Co.,

Ld.

Flour Broker, Dunbar & Co., Ld...

Assistant, China Underwriters, Ld..... Local Manager, Vacuum Oil Co. Elect. Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Manager, Ye Olde Printerie, Ld......

Netherlands Harbour Works Co Manager, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschappij

Assistant, Keller, Kern & Co., Li,

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Manager, Dairy Farm I. & C. S. Co., Ld. Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co. Assistant, H.K. Whampoa Dock Co. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard

Pansman, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co.,

Ld.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld... Assistant, Davie Boag Co...

Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Ld.... Architect, Butterfield & Swire. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co. General Passenger Agent, Canadian

Pacific S.S. Line..

Assistant, S. Moutrie & Co., Ld. Assistant, Kelly & Walsh, Ld. Harbour Representative, H.K. & Shang-

bai Hotels, Ld.

Assistant Works Manager, China Light

& Power Co.,

Ld.....

Banker, H.K. & Shangh i Bank Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld. Manager, China Underwriters, Ld. Secretary, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Acct., Anderson, Meyer & Co., Ld. Assistant, Hannibal & Co.

|

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 12. On premises.

Quarry Bay. On premises.

Kingsclere Hotel, Kowloon. Fan Ling.

12 Tregunter Mansions, May Road. 274 The Peak.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 7. Y.M.C.A., Kowloon.

24 Ashley Road, Ground Floor.

On premises.

2 Victoria Road.

Thorpe Manor, May Road. Domum, Sassoon Road. 351 The Peak, Kowloon Docks. Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

On premises.

On premises.

On premises. On premises. 273 The Peak. On premises.

Repulse Bay Hotel. Victoria Hotel, owloon. 456 Nathan Road.

31 Leighton Hill Road.

16 Knutsford Terrace. On premises. Glenealy Hotel.

293 The Peak. Peak Hotel.

On premises. Knutsford Hotel.

Clerk, British-American TobaccoCo., Ld. 4 Bowles Buildings.

Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery. Assistant, Thos. Cook & Son, Ld. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard Sub.-Acct.. Chartered Bank

Clerk, William C. Jack & Co., Ld. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank.. Assistant, The Union Trading Co., Ld..........

On premises.

7 Aimai Villas.

Quarry Bay.

On premises.

6 Yee Wo St., 1st Floor, East Point.

Quarry Bay.

On premises. 26 Jordan Road.

NAME IN FULL.

T

57

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

Tai Ming-tak

Tait, William Ker

Talbot, Henry John...... Tam, John Baptiste. Tam Pak-shiu......

Tan Keng-hoon

Taquet, Marcel Charles Tarbuck, Alfred Peter.... Tarrant, George James Tarrant, John Arthur Tavares, Alfredo Augusto...

Tavares, Arthur Richard...... Tavares, Augusto Maria Tavares, Carlos Eugenio. Tavares, Fernando José Tavares, José Filippe Tavares, José Maria Placé Tavares, Raul Fernando

Taylor, Frank Harold Taylor, Fred....

Taylor, Robert

Taylor, William

Telfer, William Frederick

Terry, Charles Edward

Tetzel, Charles...........

Thayer, John.....

...

...

Thirlwell, James Thomas Thomas, Philip Lyn Pryce.. Thomason, Frederick Thompson, Douglas Thompson, Edgar Thompson, Geo. Ernest

Forster Thomson, George Bowman

Smith

Thomson, George Gordon Thomson, James Downie.....

Thorwald, Isdahl, Jr. Thwaites, Charles.......

Tillery, William Campbell... Tillmann, Henry Tinson, Arthur Charles

Tod, Peter....

Todd, Francis Charles Tollan, Duncan...

Toppin, James

Tottenham, John Percy Tracey, Fred Dillingham

Treskin, Wladimir

Compradore. Banque Franco-Chinoise.. Chartered Accountant, Dodwell & Co. Engineer, Green Island Cement Co., Ld. Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Compradore, American Express Co. Acting Manager, The Ault & Wiborg

China Co.

Cashier, Banque Franco-Chinoise Time-keeper, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.... Asst. Engineer, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld. Secretary, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld....... Assistant, Nederlandsche Handels

Maatschappy...

Clerk, Dodwell & Co., Ld...... Assistant, Bradley & Co, Ld. Clerk, Holland China Trading Co....... Asst., H.K. Rope Manufacturing Co., Ld. Accountant, Holyoak, Massey & Co...... Accountant, Alex Ross & Co..... Clerk, National City Bank of New York Inspector, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld.... Merchant, John Manners & Co........ Chief Engineer, Green Island Cement

Co., Ld......

Assistant Engineer, China Light &

Power Co., Ld...... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Asst., H.K. & K'loon W. & G. Co., Ld. Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire . Tug Master, Taikoo Dockyard Saleman, General Electric Co. of China Asst., H.K. C. & M. Steamboat Co., Ld. Asst., Dairy Farm I. & C. Storage Co., Ld. Elect. Engineer, H.K. Electric Co. Ld...

H.K. & China Gas Co., Ld.

Acct., H.K. & Kowloon W. & G. Co. Elect. Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.. Assistant Secretary, Dairy Farm

I. & C. S. Co., Ld.

Assistant, Wallen & Co. Oriental Auditor, Canadian Pacific

S.S. Ld.

Engineer, H.K. & Whampoa Dock Co... Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S:C), Ld.. Assistant Engineer, China Light &

Power Co., (1918), Ld.... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ld. Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld.... Telephone Engineer, H.K. Telephone

Co., Ld......

Asst., H.K. Rope Manufacturing Co., Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld.... Attorney, Standard Oil Co. Engineer, Carl Bodiker & Co.

Tsang, Stephen Kwong Luk Assistant, Franco-Chinese Trading

Tsang Yung-fook

Tsü Ho-tseung

Tsoi Kai

Tsui Kwing-kong

Co., Ld.....

Merchant, Oriental Commercial Co. Clerk, Gande, Price & Co., Ld. Clerk, Pentreath & Co.

Manager, Kwong Tak Cheong Shipbuild-

28 Robinson Road. Repulse Bay Hotel. On premises. On premises. On premises.

19 Shelly Street, Top Floor. On premises.

Ming Yuen Quarters, North Point. On premises.

8 Aimai Villas, Kowloon..

Netherlands Trading Society. 3 Minden Avenue. 4 Caine Road.

I St. Joseph's Terrace, 1st Floor. 1 Woodlands Terrace.

9 Hart Avenue, Kowloon. 4 Caine Road.

45 Mosque Junction. North Point Installation. 7 Queen's Road Central.

On premises.

On premises.

Y.M.C.A., Kowloon.

3A East View Building, Kowloon. 7 Warren Street. Branksome Towers. Quarry Bay. North Point. 3 The Albany. On premises.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 5.

23A Cameron Road.

Kingsclere Hotel.

H. E. L. Qrs. No. 1 Duddell Street.

On premises. Peak Hotel.

512 The Peak.

Kowloon Docks. On premises.

On premises. 303 The Peak.

66A Nathan Road, Kowloon.

11 Cameron Road,

7 Peace Avenue, Ho Mun Tin. On premises.

159 Peak.

39 Kowloon Tong.

On premises.

14 Kowloon Tong.

32 Sau Wa Fong, 2nd Floor. 51 Queen's Road East.

ing Engineering & Dock Co., Ld...... 6 Nanking Street, Yaumati.

NAME IN FULL.

58

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

T-Continued.

Tsui Tong

Tuell, Gage....... Tully, John Tye, James...

Director, Kwong Tak Cheong Shipbuild-

ing Engineering & Dock Co., Ld...... Assistant, Thoresen Co., Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld... Office Assistant, China Light & Power

Co. (1918), Lư.

51 Cheung On Street, Kowloon, 16 MacDonnell Road. On premises.

143 Tung Choi Street, 2nd Floor.

Un Hew-fan Ung Yu-sung

U

Unwin, Gilbert Vernon

* Urquhart, Alexander..... Urquhart, William George

Secretary, Bank of Canton, Ld.. Clerk, Bank of Canton, Ld. Assistant Manager, Dunlop Rubber Co.

(China). Ld.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.. Foreman, China Sugar Refining Co., Ld..

215 Kowloon Tong. Chinese Y.M.C.A.

13 Broadwood Road, 170 Kowloon Tong. 153 Wanhai Road.

V

Van Henry, Lodewijk Willem

Ernest

Van Knetschmar, Hugo

Lawrens Adriaan Van Niewvenhuyse, Anton

Hendrik Nico

Vas, Eduardo Leonel.. Vas, George Augusto

Vaz, Antonio Felipe... Vellenga, Sidney Leonard. Vermeulen, Gerrit

Vickers, Gilbert

Vickars, Percy

Victor, Joao Thome Vieira, Bernardino Senna Vieira, Dionysio Maria Vieira, Henrique Emilio

Accountant, Java-China-Japan Lijn

Clerk, Java-China-Japan Lijn

Per pro, Java-China-Japan Lijn Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Assistant, Yokohama Specie Bank, Ld,

Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India, Ld. Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld. Sub-Accountant, Nederlandsche Handel

Maatschappij ..

Elect. Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Sanitary Engineer, Holyoak, Massey &

Co., Ld.....

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld. Clerk, Robertson Wilson & Co. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld.

17 Cameron Road.

16 Conduit Road.

Ou premises.

St. Joseph's Building.

12 Humphrey Avenue, Kowloon,

Ground Floor,

St. Joseph's Villas, Robinson Roa d. On premises.

On premises.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 9.

3 Cambay Buildings, Nathan

Road, Kowloon.

On premises.

104 Kowloon Tong.

67/69 Des Voeux Road Central. 17 Nanking Street.

W

Waddington, William

Janson

Wahab, Abdul Majid... Wahab, Yahaya Abdul Wai Man-wei Wai Ming-kai Waid, John Walch, Leon David

Wales, Charles Douglas Walker, Vernon

Wallace, Charles

* Wallace, Milo Harrison Wallace, Ralph William Wallace, Robert Cooper Walle, Isace Jacocus

Gerardus

Acct., P. & O. Banking Corpn. Clerk, Dollar S.S. Line Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Clerk, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld................ Cashier, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld.. Pansman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Manager, J. Ullmann & Co.....

Kingsclere Hotel.

A. P. C. Quarters, North Point.

13 Percival Street, 1st Floor.

On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld. On premises. Workshop Supt., H.K. Tramway

Co., Ld.

Manager, Central Agency Co., Ld.

Electrician, Taikoo Sugar Refining Co. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard

1 Russell Street.

On premises.

On premises. Peak Hotel.

Quarry Bay.

Assistant, Holland China Trading Co. Orient Building, 581 Nathan Road.

59

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

W-Continued.

Wallem, Haakon Johan........ Walmsley, David Couper Wan Ping-ching Wan Wai-in. Wang Wei

Warnock, William Oliver Warren, Árthur Cecil

* Warren, Leslie Beal. Watkins, Henry Watling, Herbert

Watson, James Alexander. Way, Harry

*Way, Herbert Castle

Barton

Way, John Roy. Way, Joseph

Way, William Kenneth

Webb, Reginald Charles

Weber, Gernardt Webster, Arthur

Wehle, Karl .........

Weight, William Alfred Weir, Walter Wells, Francis Arthur West, Edward Robert Westley, Ralph Adrian Wetton, George Ernest Wheeler, Allan.

Wheeler, Frank George Lake Whiley, William John

Grainger

White, Athelstan Holt White, Claude Elsworth White, Edmund William

White, George Henry.....

White, Hermon John Henry... White, Horace Tourney White, Nowell Bernard White, Owen England.

...

Whiteford, Robert William... Whiteley, William Henry Whyte, James Jardine........ Whyte, Lionel Mountstuart... Wilkie, James..... Wilkinson, Arthur Charles Wilkinson, Frederic James

Owner, Wallem & Co. Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard Clerk, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank Assistant, Little Adams & Wood Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Merchant, Warren & Co., Ld.. Merchant, C. E. Warren & Co. Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld.... Asst., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (S.C.), Ld. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard Architect, Hall & Hall

Repulse Bay Hotel. Quarry Bay. On premises.

14 Shelley Street, 2nd Floor. 35 Wellington Street, 3rd Floor. Quarry Bay.

19 Broadwood Road. 19 Broadwood Road. On premises. On premises. Quarry Bay.

34 Queen's Road, Central.

Asst., Union Ince Socty. of Canton, Ld. On premises. Clerk, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Assistant Passenger Agent, Admiral

Oriental Line

Deputy Manager, Dunlop Rubber Co.

(China), Ld.

Manager, Leyseco China Co., Ld. Electrical Engineer, H.K. Electric

Co., Ld.

Ex-Manager, Sander Wieler & Co. Cashier, Thos. Cook & Son, Ld. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Asst. Accountant, Mercantile Bank Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld. Manager, H. Skott & Co. Assistant, Thos. Cook & Son

Kingsclere Hotel, Kowloon. On premises.

35 Bonham Road.

Ava Mansion, May Road. Jordan House.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 1.

39 Humphreys Buildings, K'loon. 456 The Peak.

Quarry Bay.

523 The Peak.

Peak Hotel.

56A Nathan Road, Kowloon.

7 Duddell Street.

16 Bowen Road.

Assistant, H.K. & K❜loon W, & G. Co... Y.M.C.A., Kowloon.

Attorney, Standard Oil Co. Merchant, Douglas S.S. Co. Salesman, H.K. & Shanghai Hotels, Ld. Engineer, Kowloon Tong and New

Territories Development Co., Ld.... Draughtsman, H.K. & Whampoa

Dock Co.

Manager, Kowloon Hotel Freight Dept., Admiral Oriental Line... Theatre Manager, H.K. Amusements, Ld. Acting Wireless Inspector, Butterfield

& Swire...

Foreman, China Sugar Rfg. Co., Ld. Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. ... Timekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard Wine Merchant, Donnelly & Whyte...... Banker, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Ld. Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Wilkinson, William Robert.. Clerk, H.K. Land Investment Co., Ld... Williams, Hubert Gladstone | Assistant, Donnelly & Whyte Williams, William George... Assistant, American Express Co... Williamson, Robert Wilson... Asst. Chemist, China Sugar Refining Co. Williamson, Stuart Taylor * Wilson, Charles Robert Wilson, Ernest..... Wilson, Gordon Harold ...... Wilson, Herbert Wilson, Thomas Burlington ... Witchell, George Bernard Witchell, James Henry Wohlgemuth, John

Wong Ah-soh

...

Principal, S. T. Williamson Engineer, H.K. Electric Co., Ld. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard Merchant, Robertson Wilson & Co.... Merchant, Robertson Wilson & Co....... Timekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery General Agent, Dollar S.S. Co.

Engineer, W. S. Bailey & Co., Ld....... Hotel Manager, King Edward Hotel ... Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refining

Co., Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank

Hong Kong Club. Prince's Building.

8 Salisbury Avenue, Kowloon.

567 Nathan Road.

Kowloon Docks. On premises. 2 Banoo Building. 8 Wanchai Gap Road.

Empress Lodge, Kowloon. East Point Terrace, On premises. Quarry Bay. Mountstuart, Cheung Chau. On premises. On premises.

24 Praya East. 22 Praya East. Savoy Hotel. On premises. East Point Terrace. On premises.

Causeway Hill Quarters, No. 11. Quarry Bay.

67-69 Des Voeux R.oad Central. On premises.

18 Ice House Street. 2 Armend Building. On premises.

On premises. 47 Elgin Street.

60

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

W-Continued.

Wong, Charles..........

Wong, Charles Clarence Wong Cheuk-kwong

W

Vong Chịu-kit.....

Wong Chor-leung

Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Clerk, Dollar S.S. Line

Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank

Clerk, National City Bank of New York.

Wong, Herbert Charles Percy Electrician, China Light & Power Co.

Wong, James N.

Wong, Johnson

Wong, Joseph Mou-lam alias

Wong Mau-lam

Wong Ka-yu

Wong Kei-kwong

Wong King-ko..

Wong Kwok-king

Wong Min......

Wong Oi-kut........... Wong-Tape, Benjamin.

Wong, Thomas................. Wong Un-fong Wong, William

Wong Wing-fong.. Wong Yik-chee.... Wong Yin-nin Woo Ting-chang Wood, Gerald George Woods, Robert Thomas Woodhouse, Cyril John Woolley, William John Worswick, James Alexander Wotherspoon, William Wragge, George Wright, William... Wu, William Howard Wu Yee-kwai

Wylick, Gabriel Van....

Wyllie, Archibald D.

(1918), Ld.......

Assistant Cashier, Bank of East Asia Assistant Manager, L. E. Basto

Manager, Chinese Department, A. S.

Watson & Co., Ld.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld. Clerk, Bank of East Asia Salesman, Nestle & Anglo-Swiss

Condensed Milk Co.

Clerk, H.K. Land Investment Co. Chief Clerk, China Light & Power Co.,

Ld........

Director, A. B. Moulder & Co., Ld....... Department Manager, Sun Life Insur-

ance Co., Ld.

|

13 Fung Wong Terrace. 11 Hill Road, Union Building.

2 Alveston Terrace. 59 High Street.

509 Nathan Road.

On premises.

On premises.

Luguan Villa, Matauwei.

4 Tai Ming Street, Sai Wan Ho. On premises.

28 Davis Street.

2 Landale Street, 1st Floor.

475 Nathan Road. 27 Seymour Road.

Kia ora Kowloon City. 39 Kai Yan Road. On premises.

50 Whitfield, North Point. On premises.

21 Elgin Street, 2nd Floor.

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co... Clerk, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co.. Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld.. Clerk, Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co...... Storekeeper, General Electric Co., Ld... Assistant, Bank of East Asia, Ld......... On premises. Asst., Nestle & Anglo Swiss Milk Co.... Civil Engineer, Leigh & Orange... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co. Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld....... Clerk, Lowe, Bingham & Matthews... Asst., Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld. Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard

Merchant, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Ld.... Merchant, Dodwell & Co......

4 Mallory Street. Tai Po.

On premises.

15 Bowen Road.

565 Nathan Road, Kowloon. Union Building. Quarry Bay. Hong Kong Hotel.

9 Tregunter Mansions.

Draftsman, H.K. Excavation Co., Ld.... 7 Fung Tai Terrace.

Clerk, Chartered Bank

Architect, Credit Foncier D'Extreme-

Orient

Farm Asst., Dairy Farm I. & C. Storage

Co., Ld.....

63 High Street, 2nd Floor.

16 Macdonnell Road.

On premises.

X

Xavier, Alberto Eduardo Xavier, Antonio Maria Xavier, Antonio Francisco Xavier, Carlos Eugenio Xavier, Domingos Xavier, Epiphanio Maria Xavier, Estefanio Roldao Xavier, Faustino Antonio Xavier, Francisco Maria Xavier, Frederico Antonio Xavier, Gregorio Maria ...... Xavier, Hermenegildo Maria. Xavier, Hymocrates Hermipo Xavier, Hypolito Maria

Favacho..

Xavier, Joaquim Pedro. Xavier, Jose...

Xavier, José Paulino

Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank Clerk, P. & O. Banking Corporation Clerk, Goddard & Douglas Clerk, H.K. & Shanghai Bank.. Chief Tallyman, Dollar S.S. Line Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Clerk, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld. Merchant, Xavier Bros., Ld. Clerk, National City Bank of New York. Merchant, Xavier Bros., Ld.................... Clerk, H.K. & China Gas Co...... Clerk, H.K. Tramway Co., Ld... Assistant, Reiss, Massey & Co.

Clerk, Chartered Bank.....

Asst., Jardine, Matheson & Co. Ld.. Merchant, Xavier Bros., Ld.... Chief Clerk, Chartered Bank

On premises.

312 Nathan Road.

492 Nathan Road, Kowloon,

On premises.

35 Mosque Junction.

On premises.

54 Queen's Road East.

16 Macdonnell Road,

2 St. Joseph's Mansion. 16 Macdonnell Road, Gas Works.

35 St. Francis Yard. 24 Carnarvon Road.

21 Jordan Road, Kowloon.

1 Liberty Avenue, Homuntin. 16 Macdonnell Road.

6 Cameron Road, Kowloon.

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NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ADDRESS.

X-Continued.

Xavier, Luiz Augusto Xavier, Luiz Gonzaga. Xavier, Luiz Maria

.....

Xavier, Michael Antony Xavier, Paulo Maria Xavier, Pedro Nolasco.. Xavier, Vasco da Gama Maria

Clerk, Gibb, Livingston & Co., Ld... Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine Clerk, Netherlandsch Indische Com❜l.

Bank

Architect, M. A. Xavier

Clerk, C. E. Warren & Co., Ld Assistant, H.K. Rope Manufacturing Co. Assistant, H.K. & Shanghai Bank

54 Queen's Road East. On premises.

2 St. Joseph's Mansion.

16 Macdonnell Road.

29 Ashley Road, Kowloon. St. Joseph's Building, 2nd Floor. On premises.

Y

Yates, Leonard..... Yen Si-liang

Yeung Hon

Yeung Tan-cheung

Yik Tat-ting

Young, Benjamin Alfred

* Young, Charles

Young, David

Young Fook-lam

Young, George Nelson

Young, Kenneth Philip

Young, Robert

Young, Percy...

Young, Thomas

Yu Tze-hing

Yuen Chan-fai

Yung Chak-cheong Yung Kwong-cheong

...

Yvanovich, Philippe Antonio.

Manager, Furness (Far East), Ld. Insurance Agent, Sun Life of Canada Clerk, Canadian Pacific Steamship, Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank

Clerk, H.K. Excavation, Pile Driving

& Construction Co., Ld...... Assistant, J. M. Alves & Co. Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard... Clerk, Java-China-Japan Lijn Assistant, Nippon Yusen Kaisha. Assistant, J. M. Alves & Co. Controller of Accounts, Asiatic

Petroleum Co.

Sworn or Official Measurer, Official

Measurer's Office

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard Clerk, H.K. Telephone Co., Ld..... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Ld. Clerk, Chartered Bank Clerk, Chartered Bank

Assistant, J. D. Hutchison & Co.....

...

Repulse Bay Hotel. 36 Russell Street. 8 Chancery Lane.

44 Wyndham Street.

2 Kui In Fong.

14 Jordan Road, Kowloon, 2nd Fl. On premises.

Quarry Bay.

4 Sau Wah Fong, 2nd Floor. 34 Elgin Street.

7 Po Hing Fong, Top Floor.

On premises.

56 Pratt Buildings.

Quarry Bay.

On premises.

On premises.

24 Wyndham Street, Top Floor. 58 Wellington Street, Top Floor.

9 Hankow Road, Kowloon.

Z

Zimmern, Andrew

Zimmern, George Samuel

...

Zimmern, William Alfred

Assistant, Benjamin & Potts Assistant, Benjamin & Potts. Sub-Manager, Repulse Bay Hotel

5 Seymour Terrace.

14 Arbuthnot Road. .... On premises.

Registry, Supreme Court, Hong Kong, 1st February, 1928.

HUGH A. NISBET,

Registrar.

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HONG KONG.

MOVE OF THE SHING MUN VILLAGES.

No.

1928

The Shing Mun villages of Shing Mun Lo Wai, Pak Shek Wo, Pei Tau General To, Shek Tau Kin, Fu Yung Shan, Nam Fong To, Tai Pei Lek and Ho Pui Description. contain about 855 Hakka Chinese, mostly named Cheng () but having among them also Cheung's (4) Ko's (M), Lo's (H), Tang's () and Tsang's ().

In a hollow in the hills about two miles broad by two and a half long, formed by Tai Mo Shan, Grassy Hill and Needle Hill, and sloping from Lead Mine Pass southwards to Pineapple Pass and Tsun Wan, the inhabitants of these villages own 180 acres of agricultural land, 1180 acres of forestry rights and 42 acres of pineapples.

The whole of this area will have to be evacuated, and after careful search in co-operation with the villagers, suitable sites have been found to accom- modate them at Kam Tin, Wo Hop Shek, Nam Shui Po, Tsat Sing Kong, Ping Kong, Fung Yuen (Yue Kok), Shek Ku Lung, and Pan Chung, and to these it is proposed to move all the inhabitants of the Shing Mun valley above Pineapple Pass. Details of the transfer are as follows:-

FROM

ΤΟ

Distribution

in new village areas.

PERSONNEL.

Kam Tin.

Wo Hop Shek.

Nam Shui Po.

Tsat Sing Kong.

Ping Kong,

Fung Yuen

(Yue Kok).

Shek Ku Lung.

Pan Chung.

Shing Mun Lo Wai

251

25

276

Pak Shek Wo

31

13

44

Pei Tau To

126

126

Shek Tau Kin

82

7 27

116

Fu Yung Shan

46 51

27

124

Nam Fong To

28

28

Tai Pei Lek

Ho Pui

4

11

15

11 23 46 46

126

855

540 79 11 23 46

46

7 103 persons.

1

It has been

The greater part of the new village sites is on Crown land. necessary to purchase a small area of private land included in the sites, at a total cost of $1,055.51. A further sum of $2,783.80 compensation for fruit- trees unavoidably involved brings this figure to $3,839.31.

Resumptions for sites.

Site-prepara- tion.

22

The cost of preparing the sites for the new villages is shown in the following table :-

.$ 5,000.00

1,300.00 10,000.00

Kam Tin...

Tsat Sing Kong

...

Pan Chung

Shek Ku Lung

500.00

Ping Kong

1,000.00

Wo Hop Shek

1,700.00

Nam Shui Po

5,000.00

Fung Yuen

7,000.00

$31,500.00

Wells.

Houses.

This work will be done exclusively by Government, and provision has been made in the 1928 Estimates to cover the expenditure.

The cost of making eight wells at Kam Tin, Pan Chung, Wo Hop Shek, Ping Kong, Yu Kok, Tsat Sing Kong and Nam Shui Po is $2,400.

Free sites are given in exchange for land on which houses now stand and the question of compensation for building land resumed at Shing Mun should not arise. The existing dwellings at Shing Mun have been measured and it is necessary to provide for the erection of buildings of the same cubic content in the new villages subject only to approval of plans. It is proposed to allow the villagers to construct their own houses, Government paying in accordance with the following table, for

(1) Dwellings, by contract (contractors engaged by villagers) as

the work proceeds, at a flat rate of 12 cents per cubic foot. (2) Outhouses, roughly constructed by the villagers themselves, at

their value as they now stand in Shing Mun.

Cost of new Compensation dwellings. for outhouses.

Kam Tin

Pan Chung

Wo Hop Shek

Shek Ku Lung.

Ping Kong

Yue Kok

Tsat Sing Kong

Nam Shui Po

Compensation (Outside owners).

$

106,056

4,838

22,463

891

9,022

926

1,745

71

10,564

759

9,152

491

6,458

161

2,814

209

1,874

Total

$

170,148

8,346

k

!

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There being now 200 dwellings, this works out roughly at $850 a house including temples, and should ensure a good type of building throughout.

The following is a résumé of agricultural resumptions at Shing Mun, Agricultural which involve the whole of Demarcation Districts 452, 457, 458, 460 and

466.

3.12 acres 1st class padi at 1 cent a square foot.. 132.5 acres 2nd class padi at cent a square foot...

43 6 acres 3rd class land at cent a square foot.........

179.22 acres agricultural land all classes

$ 1,359.06

43,295.92

9,467.49

$54,122.47

In default of exchanges, as there is very little unoccupied agricultural land in the vicinity of the new villages, cash compensation will be paid, to enable the villagers themselves to purchase privately-owned land in place of their old holdings. With this end in view, an ex gratiâ payment of cent was added to the usual resumption rates for agricultural land in remote parts of the Territory and included in the above figures. In all cases the new village sites are in a more populous neighbourhood than the old.

Land.

Each of the eight villages at Shing Mun has a forestry area on which it Forestry plants pine-trees and holds grass cutting rights. The total area thus covered Rights. is 1178 6 acres. Just before or after the actual evacuation of the inhabitants, the growing trees will be valued and bought by Government, and the part of the area which will not eventually be inundated, converted to a Government plantation. The cost is estimated at $15,250.

There are 42 14 acres under pineapples, in 94 holdings, each holding Pineapples. subdivided into smaller lots. Compensation will be made by Government at the evacuation at $20 per 1,000 growing pineapples, irrespective of age, and in order to encourage the owners to carry on the industry elsewhere, they will have the option of removing the plants. The new villages have where possible been sited with reference to their suitability for pineapple growing, and their proximity to land suitable for forestry and grass-cutting.

Graves will not be interfered with, except where they are within the area to be inundated, when they will be removed by the villagers. No new graves will be allowed.

Extra travelling expenses in connection with the move and payments to fungshui doctors for their services in siting wells and houses are estimated at $700.

The total cost is therefore -

Resumptions for sites Site-preparation...

Wells ...

Houses

Agricultural resumptions... Forestry resumptions Pineapple resumptions

Fung Shui or fruit trees Incidental expenses

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Incidental

expenses.

Cost.

3,839.31

31,500.00

2,400.00 170,148.00

8,346.00

54,122.47

15,250.00

8,428.00

2,165.00

700.00

$ 296,898.78

J. A. FRASER,

District Officer, North.

9th January, 1928.

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HONG KONG.

VEHICULAR FERRY, HONG KONG KOWLOON,

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A vehicular ferry appears the most practical assistance to facilitate vehicular com- munication between Hong Kong and Kowloon. A bridge over the harbour would be impracticable. A tunnel under the harbour has been considered, the cost of its construc- tion would be very much greater than the amount required for the provision of a vehicular ferry service. A harbour tunnel would also involve heavy recurrent charges for maintenance, ventilation, drainage and lighting.

The Director of Public Works submitted the following proposal on 20th October, 1926, which provides for a vehicular ferry service between berths at Jordan Road, Kow- loon; and Murray Road, Hong Kong; the distance between ferry piers being about 14 miles. The proposed vehicular ferry route, together with the routes of other ferry ser- vices, in operation are shown on plan 'A':-

FERRY PIER SITES.

Jordan Road, Kowloon. The proposed site shown on plan 'B' occupies an area of about 115,000 square feet on the south side of Jordan Road and abuts on Admiralty pro- perty. Of the above area, about 95,000 sq. ft. shown coloured pink would be obtained by a reclamation protected by an ordinary type sea wall; the remainder shown coloured yellow by two projecting arms, which would form the ferry berth. The western arm of the berth would be constructed in solid blockwork: the eastern arm in reinforced concrete. The reclamation is to provide proper accommodation for traffic and a parking area for vehicles; in addition, sufficient space would be available for garages to accom- modate about 40 cars and/or lorries.

Hong Kong Site. The proposed site shown on plan 'C' occupies an area of about 56,000 sq. ft. at the north end of Murray Road and within the re-entrant angle formed by Victoria Recreation Club property and the Praya frontage. 30,000 square feet of this site would be provided by an ordinary type reclamation shown coloured pink. The vehicular ferry berth is shown coloured yellow and projected in a north-westerly direction from the north side of this reclamation. The proposal includes provision for a public landing place on the west side of the reclamation to replace Murray Pier which would have to be removed. To provide accommodation for traffic and a parking space for vehicles, the area made available by the proposed new work, requires to be increased by taking over portion of the property leased by the Victoria Recreation Club.

The design of the vehicular ferry berths is in the form of a 'U', 'spring fendering being carried round the inside in order to expedite the berthing of ferries without risk of damage.

The blue arrows shown on plans 'B' and 'C' indicate the arrangement for traffic control in the vicinity of the ferry pier.

FERRY BOATS.

The design of the ferry boat provides for carrying about 20 five seat motor cars or a proportionate number of other vehicles, together with 250 third class p. 3sengers on a lower deck; and 540 first class passengers on an upper deck. The length of the boat proposed is 150 feet, with a beam of 38 feet which is splayed above the water line to give a deck width of 50 feet. To avoid the necessity of turning at the berths, the boats would

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be double ended. The design provides for vehicles and passengers embarking or dis- embarking at either end of the boat. When the ferry boat is berthed, a double deck ramp about 85 feet in length would provide facilities for traffic between the decks and the roadway. The ramp would be hinged at the shore end in such a manner as to permit the seaward end to be raised or lowered and thus provide for adjusting the outward end of the ramp to the level of the boat deck, whilst the shore end of the ramp remains at the street level. The ramp would require to be operated by mechanical power as the con- struction of pontoons for this purpose is not practical. The steepest grade on ramps will be about 1 in 9; this would occur at low water of extraordinary Spring Tides.

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It was purposed that the ferry boats should be designed for a speed of about 10 knots, i.e. a crossing including time occupied in berthing will take about 10 minutes. period of 10 minutes at berths should be ample time for unloading and loading of boats. Two ferry boats should therefore provide a twenty minute service. A faster service may be necessary at certain periods of the day. For this purpose, and for the proper main- tenance of a 20 minute service, it is considered that three vehicular ferry boats are necessary.

ESTIMATED COST.

The estimated cost of establishing the proposed vehicular ferry service is as follows:

Jordan Road:

Reclamation, Ferry Pier and Offices (Estimate includes about

$75,000 for offices)

$520,000.00

Hong Kong Site:

Reclamation, Ferry Pier, Offices, Taking over V.R.C. property and Road Formation. (Estimate includes about $75,000 for

offices and $125,000 to replace Murray Pier)

620,000.00

Ferry Boats:

3 Nos. Vehicular & Passenger Ferry Boats.

Total Cost of piers, and ferry boats

750,000.00

$1,890,000.00

REVENUE.

Whilst the cost of operating the proposed ferry service can be estimated with some degree of accuracy, the volume of traffic which would make use of the vehicular ferry is not known. In consequence, a correct estimate of receipts could not be framed; however, in order to show how the vehicular ferry service would be required to operate in order to give a satisfactory return for the first year, the following assumptions were made.

(a). Twenty minute service.

(b). Ferry boats to ply between 6 a.m. and 12 midnight, thus making 108

trips per day.

(c). An average of 4 vehicles carried per trip.

(d). An average of 30 first class and 20 third class passengers carried per trip.

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108 ferry crossing per day, 4 vehicles carried per trip. Say 450 vehicles at

average fare of $2.00 per vehicle per trip

$

900.00

30 first class passengers on 108 trips. Say 3,000 first class passengers at 10

cents per trip

300.00

20 third class passengers on 108 trips. Say 2,000 third class passengers at

5 cents per trip

100.00

Total revenue from traffic per day

$

1,300.00

Total revenue from traffic per annum: 365 days x $1,300.00......$474,500.00

Rent of 40 sites for garages at $100 each

4,000.00

Total revenue per annum

$479,500.00

ANNUAL EXPENDITURE.

Cost of operating and maintaining 3 ferry boats

$128,000

Crews

17,000

Salaries of clerical staff, inspectors, lift attendants, coolies and

seamen

15,000

Depreciation of ferry boats 71% -$750,000.00 (estimated cost).

56,250

Maintenance of piers and ferry buildings, &c.

16,000

Depreciation of piers and buildings and sea walls, 3% of $1,000,000

(estimated cost)

30,000

Total expenditure including depreciation

$262,250.00

Nett Revenue per annum

$216,250.00

On 21st March, 1927, Government addressed the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce regarding the proposed vehicular ferry installation and invited comments on the above statement of revenue and expenditure, more particularly in regard to the estimated volume of traffic using the service.

The reply received from the Chamber of Commerce on 8th April, 1927, contained the following observations, which were framed on the assumption that the proposed ser- vice was to operate between the neighbourhood of the Central Market on Hong Kong side and Jordan Road in Kowloon :-

(a) "A twenty minute service with three boats running continuously for 18 hours is regarded as impracticable, and allowance must be made for periodi- cal overhaul. It is not thought that 2 boats could maintain a 20 minute schedule with cars to load and unload".

In this connection, it has been ascertained that at Vancouver, two ferry boats capable of carrying 18 vehicles each, maintain a 20 minute service across Burrard Inlet, a distance of two miles.

(b) Sets out details of vehicles transported during January 1927, viz. :—

403 cars, 9 lorries and about 200 motor cycles and side cars, and adds

"It would seem therefore that, to start with, an hourly service would meet the needs on week days, and a half-hourly service on Sundays and holidays except during the busy hours (8 a.m.-10 a.m:: 12 noon-2 p.m. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.) when a 20 minute service should be instituted.

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With an established ferry service the transport of motor lorries will increase and there will be a movement of cargo from points in Kowloon to Hong Kong and vice versa from door to door by lorry. Moreover private cars will be transferred in much larger numbers with improved facilities. My Committee cannot express an opinion as to the rapidity of this development and consequently the revenue to be expected. But if the growth of motor cars in the Colony is any guide then the development should be fairly rapid. Lorry transport will depend, of course, on the comparative costs of deli- vering cargo by that means. The frequency of the ferry service would have to be increased to meet the growing requirements.

(c) The estimated number of passengers is too high, though this depends on the points between which the service will run. The Star Ferry state that their average carrying is only 52 First Class and 36 Third Class per trip Their 3rd class fare is 4 cents against Government's proposed 5 cents".

Additional data as to the location of the proposed sites for the ferry piers was sup- plied to the Chamber of Commerce on 17th May. A letter dated 14th July from the Chamber states:-

"The Victoria Recreation Club does not appeal to the Chamber as a suitable site and it considers Arsenal Street would be preferable for the terminus on the Hong Kong side" and sets out arguments in favour of the Arsenal Street site and against a terminus at the Victoria Recreation Club.

The Chamber considers Jordan Road as a most suitable site for a vehicular ferry ter- minus and suggests that the Yaumati passenger service should come to Jordan Road instead of inside the typhoon refuge, also that the vehicular service might be run in connection with the Yaumati service with combined termini at Jordan Road and as formerly proposed at Jubilee Street. Later when development warranted it, the Chamber considers that vehicular ferries might be run from Jordan Road to a point east of Arsenal Yard, and sug- gests that it would welcome a conference with the heads of appropriate Departments, should Government consider the above-mentioned or other points might be usefully dis- cussed.

A conference was duly arranged, and on 19th August the Chamber reported :-

"In the course of the proceedings, the relative merits of sites at the Victoria Recreation Club and at Arsenal Street were discussed. The Harbour Master pointed out that, besides the objection of distance, a route across the har- bour from Arsenal Street to Jordan Road would cross the Naval Anchorage, go through a very crowded part of the harbour and interfere with the operation of the Star Ferry at Kowloon Point. After some discussion, it was agreed that Arsenal Street would not be a suitable site.

It was further pointed out that the objections to a site at Arsenal Street applied with almost equal force to a site at the Victoria Recreation Club. In addition, it was considered undesirable to concentrate in the centre of the City all the cross-harbour lorry traffic.

It was agreed in further discussion that it would be desirable to keep in view the possibility of an eventual need for two vehicular ferry systems across the Harbour, having regard to the wide distance separating the Western district from the areas of development eastward. The sites of the first ferry piers to be built should be so selected as not to prejudice satis- factory arrangements for two systems. A point beyond Causeway Bay can be connected with Hung Hom by a route measuring only 1.34 miles.

A ferry between Jordan Road and the Western district of Hong Kong should obviously come first, and particularly as it is thought that eventually a second ferry may be required, the Chamber is of opinion that the Hong Kong terminus should be west of Blake Pier, giving a route to Jordan Road of 1.57 miles, as compared with 1.67 miles from the Victoria Recreation Club, and 2.04 miles from Arsenal Street. Such a route would least inter- fere with other traffic and be free from the objections mentioned in regard to the other sites under consideration.

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A suggestion which commended itself to the Chamber was that the present Yaumati Ferry should be combined with the vehicular ferry. The prospects are remote of there being much passenger traffic on a ferry from the Vic- toria Recreation Club to Jordan Road, but a vehicular ferry from, say Jubilee Street, could conveniently take all the passengers who at present use the Yaumati Ferry, and the additional revenue received would help to ensure financial success. On the Kowloon side passengers would be taken to a more convenient terminus than the Yaumati Ferry.

That a terminus at Jubilee Street will cost more to construct was, the Com- mittee felt, outweighed by the consideration that a ferry pier is a permanent asset to the Colony, the more valuable the more suitably placed, and that the Jubilee Street site has a substantial advantage in facilitating the daily work- ing of ferries by affording a comparatively clear route across the Harbour to Jordan Road.

In the light of further knowledge of the subject the Chamber therefore strongly favours the Jubilee Street site, and considers that any anticipated difficulties in handling traffic, owing to the narrowness of some of the con- necting streets in that area, will be largely met by making two of the streets between Des Voeux Road and the Praya into one-way streets for arriving and departing vehicles respectively".

The Chamber had nothing further to add on the financial aspect of the pro- posal.

Jubilee Street Site-Hong Kong.

Plan 'D' shows a design for a vehicular ferry berth in front of the new Government offices between Jubilee and Pottinger Streets. The site occupies an area of 84,000 sq. ft. of which 67,000 is obtained by a reclamation, the remainder by two projecting reinforced concrete arms forming the ferry berth. The cost of constructing the proposal shown on plan 'D' is estimated at $655,000 (includes $80,000 for offices) as compared with an estimate of $620,000 for the accommodation at the Victoria Recreation Club.

The information which had been obtained regarding the amount of vehicular traffic which the proposed installation was likely to handle, was considered insufficient to enable a decision to be taken on a project involving such a large expenditure. In consequence, further investigations have been made. and this Government is indebted to many private individuals and public companies, in the Colony and Abroad, for the information which has been collected.

Combined vehicular and passenger ferry services in America and Europe do not per- mit the transport of inflammable cargo, such as Petrol, Benzine, etc.; it has been decided, therefore, to exclude from consideration the transport of such goods by a vehicular ferry installation in the Colony.

It has been ascertained that cargo and freight from the Godowns at Kowloon Point or the Railway Station can be delivered into Godowns on the sea front in Hong Kong at a rate varying between $1.50 and $1.80 per ton, provided the consignment to be handled is not less than about 5 tons. The approximate cost of transporting and deli- vering materials by motor lorry via the vehicular ferry, between Kowloon Point and Godown on the sea front in Hong Kong would cost about $3.30 per ton, this figure in- cludes for about 1 miles land transport on Hong Kong side, and is arrived at as follows:-

First cost of lorry to carry 21⁄2 tons.

Number of days worked

Return trip, Kowloon Point to West Point, including loading

and unloading

Average load each way.

Length of working day.

Depreciation and interest per annum.

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$29.40 or about $3.30

per ton.

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It will be observed that the cost of transporting materials via a vehicular ferry is influenced considerably by the ferry fare. Should this be fixed at $1.00 per trip, the cost per ton would be reduced from $3.30 to $2.60 per ton.

The relative costs indicate that a vehicular ferry can not compete economically with the present method of cross-harbour transport for bulk cargo between godowns on the sea front.

There is considerable cross harbour transport of goods and materials in lots of less than 5 tons, these are principally for local consumption and include General Merchan- dise, Piece Goods, Provisions, Wines, Tobacco and Cigarettes, Dairy Products, Beef, Mutton, Poultry, Vegetables, Fruits, Fish, Household Furniture etc. The cost of trans- port on a number of the above articles is at an agreed rate per package, crate and/or basket; in such cases, it has been found difficult to compare the costs by present methods with the cost of transport via vehicular ferry.

In cases where actual figures for comparison were obtainable, these show that the cross harbour transport and handling of goods in small lots between premises adjacent to the harbour front is $2.00-$2.50 per ton, and when the premises are situated some distance from the harbour front, such as the Dairy Farm Co.'s stores, the cost may exceed $5.00 per ton.

Groceries, Provisions and General Merchandise for local consumption arrive by ocean steamer and are delivered into Godowns at Kowloon Point, a week's free storage being allowed by the Godown Co. A total amount of such goods in excess of 10 tons would appear to be transported across the harbour daily by various merchants in Hong Kong Some of the merchants are of the opinion that a vehicular ferry would be a great boon, affording them much better and more economical facilities for trans-harbour dis- tribution of goods, and enabling goods to be collected from the Godowns on the return trip, thus ensuring economy of transport with less risk of pilferage and/or damage to goods.

Little farm produce except vegetables-about 100 piculs per day-some pigs and cattle cross from the Kowloon side. Generally speaking, cattle, and pigs for slaughter purposes and the greater portion of market produce, i.e. fruit, chickens, etc., are im- ported by river or coaster steamer and disembarked on the Hong Kong side; the bulk of fish is also landed on this side of the harbour. A quantity of market produce and fish pass from Hong Kong to Markets in Kowloon, the amount cannot be definitely as- certained but is in excess of 25 tons per day, the present method of land transport is by coolie, water transport being effected by passenger ferry, motor boat or other small craft. These commodities, except live stock, could be made up in satisfactory loads for vehicular transport. Whilst the greater portion of this traffic is one way, viz: from Hong Kong to Kowloon, it is probable that a transport company could undertake the transport at little additional expense over present methods, and thus relieve to a considerable ex- tent congestion on some portions of the harbour front and in the neighbourhood of the markets.

Regarding cattle and swine, the annual numbers transported across the harbour are approximately as follows:-

Cattle

Swine

6,500 and 24,000.

It is considered that the vehicular ferry could deal with this traffic in the early morning and offer better facilities than exist at present.

Due to the lack of satisfactory accommodation in Hong Kong, coal yards are situated in Kowloon. At present, advantage is taken of the Praya East Reclamation for the storage of a small quantity of household coal brought from Kowloon. When the fa- cilities of the Reclamation are no longer available, unless a berth is provided on the Hong Kong side for the reception of coal from junks or lighters, the handling of this commo- dity will cause obstruction of the Praya frontage. An average amount of about 10 tons of coal is delivered daily to householders in Hong Kong. The cost of distribution of coal by present methods is less than via a vehicular ferry unless the ferry charges were negligible.

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Investigations would indicate that firms requiring motor transport to transact their business on both sides of the harbour, are now obliged to consider the question of trans- port on each side independently; and to provide satisfactory transport at rush periods, it is necessary to provide more lorries than the business necessitates. A vehicular ferry would provide facilities for lorries of the same firm working in co-operation, thus vehi- cles in Kowloon could be despatched to Hong Kong to assist in pressure of work and vice versa.

Building Contractors are of the opinion that, whilst a vehicular ferry would provide better facilities for the transport of consignments of cement during inclement weather and provide for a more intensive use of their motor lorries, for transport generally, the installation would not be as economical as present methods, where the cross harbour transport of building materials is effected by junks or lighters which come alongside the Praya Roadway, the materials being transported to destination by coolies and/or lorries. The discharge of building materials on the roadway however causes obstruction to traffic and is undesirable. The construction of piers to provide for the satisfactory handling of building and other materials brought from Kowloon would probably result in transport by the use of these facilities costing as much as by a vehicular ferry.

Part of the fire fighting appliances of the Colony are located in Hong Kong, the re- mainder in Kowloon. A vehicular ferry would provide facilities for utilizing almost the full resources of the fire brigade on either side of the Harbour.

A vehicular ferry would facilitate the transport of prisoners and hospital cases between the Island and mainland. An average of about 50 stretcher cases per month are transported across the harbour. The present method of handling cross harbour patients is very unsatisfactory and would be eliminated by a vehicular ferry. It is estimated that the Fire Brigade, Police and Motor Ambulances between them would do at least six to a dozen trips each way daily.

The proposed ferry installation would be of some service to the Post Office and the Imports and Exports Department.

There are about 1,800 private and public motor cars and cycles in the Colony. The general opinion appears to be that these vehicles would be transported across the har- bour in much greater numbers if improved facilities were provided at a passage rate attractive to the owners of the vehicles.

The investigations which have been made would indicate that better facilities for cross harbour transport are very desirable; also that the number of vehicles crossing by ferry would probably not exceed a daily average of 150, and might be considerably less than this figure if the fare was much in excess of $1.00 per trip. It would therefore appear that at the present time, a vehicular ferry would be unable to earn sufficient return to justify the cost of installation.

This is prob-

Each vehicular ferry provides accommodation for 20 five-seater cars. ably in excess of the requirements of a frequent service for a number of years. Some economy might be effected in capital outlay by the construction of smaller boats at a reduced expenditure, sav ferry boats to carry 12 motor cars and/or lorries at a cost of about $180,000 each. Even by the application of such small economies, it would appear that this service would have to look to the passenger trade for income to ensure financial success. The V.R.C. Site is not conveniently situated to attract a large passenger trade. It is possible, therefore that a vehicular ferry between the V.R.C. and Jordan Road would not have sufficient support from passenger 'receipts.

The expense of installing a service between Jordan Road and V.R.C. costs practi- cally the same as between Jordan Road and Jubilee Street. Jubilee Street is in a more congested district than the V.R.C., however, with the additional space made available by the proposed reclamation, it is anticipated that there would be no difficulty in satisfac- torily regulating traffic at Jubilee Street in accordance with the arrows shown on plan 'D'. The berth at Jordan Road would be a convenient terminus for the Yaumati Ferry. It would therefore appear that the vehicular ferry service might replace the existing service between Jubilee Street and Yaumati and thus undertake the transport of the

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large passenger trade on the latter route. The vehicular ferry piers would be suitable for the accommodation of double ended passenger ferry boats similar to the type at present used on the service between Jubilee Street and Yaumati. Such boats might therefore make alternate trips on the vehicular ferry route, and thus provide a frequent service to meet the requirements of the passenger traffic.

Estimated cost of establishing a vehicular ferry service between Jordan Road and Jubilee Street the proposed ferry boats being reduced to provide accommodation for 12 five seater cars only.

Jordan Road-Kowloon.

Reclamation, Ferry piers and offices.

Jubilee Street-Hong Kong.

Reclamation, Ferry piers, and offices (estimates includes $80,000

for offices)

Ferry Boats.

3. Nos. vehicular & passenger ferry boats.

Total cost of Piers, Ferry Boats, &c.

$ 520,000

655,000

$ 540.000

$1,715,000

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Messrs. Coode, Fitzmaurice, Wilson & Mitchell-Harbour Development Consulting Engineers in their report dated 25th November, 1924, state :—

"We have given consideration to the provision of better facilities for traffic between Hong Kong and the Mainland, particularly for vehicular traffic. The only feasible method without great expenditure of money is the provision of ferry boats. There are numbers of these in existence at the present time. Some of the most important are those crossing the Thames, the Mersey, the Clyde, New York Harbour and San Francisco Harbour.

These ferry boats carry large numbers of both horse and mechanical vehicles. That on the Thames at Woolwich is under the control of the London County Council and is looked upon in the same way as a bridge over the Thames or a tunnel under- neath and no charge is made for either vehicles or passengers. It in fact takes the place of a road. On the Mersey there are several ferry services controlled by the Birkenhead Corporation and the Wallasey Corporation and a charge is made both for vehicles and passengers.

We consider the cross traffic between Hong Kong and Kowloon is growing sufficiently to warrant the provision by the Government of a good vehicular and passenger ferry service."

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No. 1928

4

HONG KONG.

WATER SUPPLY, HONG KONG.

Reports submitted by the Director of Public Works.

The following reports on the investigations carried out to ascertain the most feasible and economical method of augmenting the Water Supply to the Colony are submitted here-

with:

(a) Report upon Water Supply and extensions by Mr. Henderson, Waterworks

Engineer.

(b) Report upon the utilization of Salt Water for flushing purposes by Mr.

Newhouse, Drainage Engineer.

(c) Reports upon the Distillation of Sea water and the power obtainable by the introduction of refuse destructors by Mr. Jackman, A. D. P. W.

2. Owing to the excessively hilly formation of the Island of Hong Kong the question of water supply presents greater difficulties than are met with in many other parts of the world. The waterworks in consequence, consist of a collection of scattered reservoirs at varying elevations, the water supplies from which are gravitated or pumped into the city along circuitous routes, and necessitate a series of filter beds and service reservoirs of varying sizes and at different levels, making the question of distribution a matter of great intricacy and calling for very careful manipulation to obtain the most economic distribu- tion: (in some cases involving pumping) to the localities at which the water supply is re- quired. This is very clearly shown on the plan which accompanies Mr. Henderson's Report.

3. Investigations show that the best method of augmenting the water supply of the Island is by the construction of a Reservoir at Aberdeen and thus increasing the supply to the West of the City where it is most needed-other Reservoir sites have been reported upon but all these have decided disadvantages or difficulties in the way of their develop- ment. Further increase to the Water Supply of Hong Kong can be obtained by connecting the Island supply with that of the mainland. This proposal forms part of the 1st Section of the Shing Mun Valley Water Scheme.

4. The Report dated 20/2/28 by Mr. Henderson, Waterworks Engineer, upon the existing water supply, estimated requirements and proposed extensions, brings out very forcibly the urgent need for the programme of additional works which he submits to be undertaken and carried out without interruption during the next five years, if the water requirements of the Colony are to be adequately met-it further shews that it is only due to a most fortunate series of years of rainfall above the average that a serious water shortage has been prevented, and as stated these fortuitous circumstances cannot be ex- pected to continue.

5. The question of conserving the Water Supply by the use of Salt Water for flushing purposes has been carefully examined and separately reported upon by Mr. Newhouse. The cost of the installation of a sea water flushing system is estimated approximately at $4,143,300.00, and the quantity of filtered water thus saved is estimated at only 94.5 mill. gals. per annum, which makes the cost of the scheme prohibitive.

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It should be borne in mind that only in a few unavoidable circumstances is water from the mains at present used for flushing purposes; in the majority of cases this water is obtained from independent sources such as wells, etc. Mr. Newhouse in his Report deals with the proposal to utilize water from the various nullahs now running to waste for flushing purposes, but this scheme though desirable, does not in any way assist in conserving the existing water supply. It, however, makes the introduction of the water carriage sewage system possible to a small area in the mid levels of the City.

6. The scheme for obtaining fresh water by the Distillation of Salt Water has been enquired and fully reported upon by Mr. Jackman, A.D.P.W. but the excess of cost of this process as compared with the cost of augmenting the existing water supply does not admit of its further consideration.

7. The question of the utilization of power obtainable from refuse destruction for the pumping of salt water for flushing purposes has also been considered. Mr. Jackman, during his absence on leave, made careful investigations and examined the different types of Refuse destructors in use in various towns in England, India and The Straits Settle- ments with a view of ascertaining what power was obtainable from such processes.

The report on this subject although it shews the unlikelihood of any such economical use being made out of refuse destruction in Hong Kong, suggests the desirability of in- troducing an up to date unit of one of the most successful plants described as a nucleus of a Refuse destructor installation. Only after experiments and experience with such a plant can the utility of the by-products or power obtained by refuse destruction be ascertained, as the calorific value of the matter to be dealt with varies considerably in different cities.

8. After having examined and again considered the various suggestions and proposals put forward from time to time for conserving and augmenting the water supply of the Island, it is proved that the most feasible method of obtaining an increased water supply is by completing the 1st Section of the Shing Mun Scheme on the mainland and by developing the Aberdeen Scheme on the Island. The first section of the Shing Mun Scheme has already obtained the sanction of the Secretary of State and though its com- pletion has been delayed for various reasons it is hoped that the necessary funds will be made available early this year so that it may not be further postponed.

The sanction of the Secretary of State for an early commencement to be made with the Aberdeen Scheme has already been sought so that this scheme also may be undertaken and proceeded with as soon as possible.

14th March, 1928.

HAROLD T. CREASY,

Director of Public Works.

Hon. D. P. W.,

At a meeting held at Government House on 18th January last, when the general water supply of the Colony was discussed, I was instructed by H. E. The Governor to submit to you a report on the water supply of the Colony generally.

To deal in detail with all phases of the water supply of the Colony would involve very considerable delay and would appear unnecessary at the present time, as I have already submitted reports covering many individual schemes and proposals.

In this report I propose to give a short non-technical resume of existing supplies and works, estimated requirements, possibilities of extension, and pro- posals or recommendations for a programme of work for the next five years.

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EXISTING WORKS.

The following tables give in condensed form particulars of the existing Hong Kong. Catchment Areas and Storage Reservoirs :-

Impounding Reservoirs.

Capacity. Mill. galls.

Catchment Areas. Acres.

Remarks.

Direct. Indirect. Total.

Tytam (Upper)

384.8

735

440

1,175

Pumping.

Gravitation.

Tytam Byewash

22.37

Pokfulam

66

425

425

Wongneichong

30.34

100

117

217

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56

56

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Tytam Tuk......

1,419

585

400

985

Tytam Intermediate

195.9

260

160

420

3,278

Total: Storage

2,118.41

mill. galls.

acres. Catchment Areas.

The area shown as "Indirect" is the area draining into Catchwaters.

Estimate of

With a total storage of 2,118.41 million gallons and a total catchment area, direct and indirect, of 3,278 acres, I estimate the capacity of the existing Capacity. Hong Kong Works at 7.25 million gallons per day. This supply is made up of approx. 3 million gallons per day by gravitation and 4.25 million gallons per day by pumping.

The Tytam Tuk Pumping Station contains three sets of pumps by Messrs. Simpsons, London, each set capable of delivering 3 million gallons per day, and two sets of Messrs. Tangye's pumps each capable of delivering 14 million gal- lons per day, or a total Pumping Station Capacity of 11 million gallons per day.

Impounding Reservoirs.

Catchment Areas. Acres.

Gravitation.

Capacity. Mill. Galls.

Remarks.

Kowloon.

Direct. Indirect. Total.

Kowloon

352.5

405

776

1,181

Sheklaipui

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73

66

139

Reception Reser

voir

33.15

96

96

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Shing Mun

Intakes

2,854 Shing Mun Stream.

4,270

Total: Storage...

501.75 Mill. galls.

acres. Catchment Areas.

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Estimate of Capacity.

The area shown as "Indirect" is the area draining into Catchwaters.

With a total storage of 501.75 million gallons and a total catchment area, direct and indirect, of 4,270 acres, I estimate the capacity of the existing Kowloon Works at 5 million gallons per day. The whole of this supply is by gravitation.

FILTERING AND DISTRIBUTION.

The following tables give in condensed form particulars of the existing Filter Beds and Service Reservoirs :-

Hong Kong.

Hill

Dist.

Peak.

City.

Filter Beds

Service Reservoir

Name.

Remarks.

Area in Square Yds.

Capacity in mill. galls.

Albany

4,944

5.187

Bowen Road

.72+ 4171.137

Slow sand.

Fast gravity 3 mill. gals. per day.

Eastern

6,338

4.88

Slow sand.

Elliot

4,395

5.317

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West Point

1,980

.851

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Kennedy Town

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Mt. Gough

.343

.395

.388

.395

.211

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17,657 Square Yds.

19.104

mill. galls.

Filtering Capacity.

Distribution.

With a slow sand filtering area of 17,657 sq. yds. and taking a filtering rate of 400 gallons per yard per day the existing beds when all are in operation could deal efficiently with 7 million gallons per day, but as about 10% of this area will always be out of action for cleaning the working figure must be re- duced to 6.3 million gallons per day. The filtering capacity can therefore be taken as 6.3 million gallons per day by slow sand beds and 3 million gallons per day by fast gravity beds, or a total capacity per day of 9.3 million gallons.

A large portion of the existing City Distribution system is very old and consists of 3" and 4" dia. C. I. pipes with even smaller effective diameters owing to incrustation. A fair length of 15" C.I. pipes has been laid during the last three years which has helped matters considerably, but during the Summer it is increasingly difficult to keep pressures up in the central portions of the City.

Kowloon,

Filter Beds

Service Reservoir

Name.

Remarks.

Area in Sq. Yds.

Capacity mill. galls.

Kowloon Shing Mun

8,000

Slow sand.

5 mill. galls. per day

(under Construction).

Kowloon Tong

Pipers Hill

2.183

1.547

Yaumati

.162

Hunghom

.092

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3.984

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With a filtering area of 8,000 sq. yds. a filtering speed of 400 gallons per sq. yard per day and a 10% allowance on beds out of action for cleaning, the Kowloon Beds can efficiently filter 2.9 mill. gallons per day. Before the end of the year the Shing Mun Fast Gravity Filter Beds will be completed adding 5 mill. gallons per day to the filtering capacity and bringing the total mainland capacity to 7.9 mill. gallons per day.

Filtering

Capacity.

The distribution system in Kowloon is on the whole good, but the steady Distribution. development all over the peninsula calls for a continuous programme of main- laying while the Service Reservoir Capacity is now inadequate.

ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS.

It is difficult to work out with any degree of accuracy the exact water re- Hong Kong. quirements of Hong Kong, as, during the last twenty years there have only been three years when it has been found possible to give a full supply throughout the twelve months, these years being 1919, 1920 and 1921.

From the census returns I find that the population of the City showed an average increase, between the years 1911 and 1921, of about 4.2% annually.

The full supply to the City in 1921 was 8.11 mill. gallons per day, which taking a percentage annual increase in supply equal to the annual percentage rise in population during the previous decade gives an estimated consumption of 10.14 million gallons per day in 1927.

The actual consumption during 1927 was 9 million gallons per day with res- trictions in force for over four months in the year and I estimate the full supply without restrictions would have been 9.5 million gallons per day, which is some- what lower than the estimate from a population basis.

Taking all circumstances into consideration I consider the following a modest estimate of the daily full supply water requirements of the City for the next five years :-

1928

10

mill. galls.

1929

10.4 mill. galls.

1930

10.8 mill. galls.

1931

1932

11.2

11.6

mill. galls.

mill. galls.

During the decade 1911 to 1921 the population in Kowloon showed an average annual increase of about 81%.

The actual water consumption in 1921 was 759 million gallons and in 1927 it was 1,249 million gallons, showing an average annual increase of 10.7%.

When it is remembered that the supply in Kowloon is largely by street fountains but that a very large number of meters for internal services have been granted during the past few years, it is to be expected that the consumption per head will increase and that the daily consumption will therefore increase in proportion more rapidly than the population. The above figures support this

view.

Taking all circumstances into consideration I consider the following a modest estimate of the daily full supply water requirements of Kowloon during the next five years:-

1928

3.8 mill. galls.

1929

4.18 mill. galls.

1930

1931

1932

4.45 mill. galls.

4.66 mill. galls.

4.9

mill. galls.

Kowloon.

Hong Kong Supply.

Kowloon Supply.

Colony's Supply.

Hong Kong Filtering.

Kowloon Filtering.

Colony's Filtering.

Hong Kong.

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COMPARISON OF EXISTING CAPACITIES & ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS.

It will be seen on comparing figures that in 1928 Hong Kong's estimated production falls short of its estimated requirements by 2.75 mill. gallons per day, and that by 1932 without further works this shortage will have increased to 4.35 mill. gallons per day: figures which speak for themselves.

In Kowloon the estimated production this year exceeds the estimated con- sumption by 1.2 mill. gallons, but this surplus will have practically disappeared by 1932.

Taking the Colony as a whole the total shortage during the current year is estimated at 1.55 mill. gallons per day, a figure which will increase to 4.25 mill. gallons per day in 1932.

The approximate working capacity of the Hong Kong Filter Beds is 9.3 mill. gallons per day, which is 0.7 mill. gallons less than the current year's estimated average daily consumption. An annual daily average consumption of 10 mill. gallons means a daily average during the four hottest months of the year of at least 11 mill. gallons, so that the deficiency in filtering capacity on the Island is really 1.7 mill. gallons per day, and will rise to about 3.7 mill. gallons per day in 1932.

The approximate working capacity of the Kowloon Filter Beds is 7.9 mill. gallons per day (on completion of Shing Mun Filters) while the highest average daily consumption during 1927 over a period of one week was 4.16 mill. gallons, or, say, 4.5 mill. gallons per day in 1928.

There is therefore a surplus filtering capacity of 3.40 mill. gallons per day, but this surplus figure will dwindle to about 2.3 mill. gallons in 1932.

Taking the Colony as a whole there is a surplus filtering capacity of 1.70 mill. gallons per day, but by 1932 this surplus will have disappeared and there will be a deficiency of filtering capacity of 1.00 mill. gallons per day.

POSSIBLE WATERWORKS EXTENSIONS.

The following is a list of possible reservoirs and catchwaters on the Island, and below are explanatory notes:-

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RESERVOIRS.

Reservoir Sites (a) and (b), estimated capacities 70 and 40 million gallons Reservoir

Sites (a) & respectively, are situated in the upper Tytam Valley within the catchment area

(b). of the present Tytam (Upper) Reservoir.

These dams being at a level of 750 above O. D. approximately would be very difficult and costly to develop, would foul Tytam, The Byewash and Tytam Tuk Reservoirs during construction, while Tytam being already under-catchmented, they would not be economical from a water point of view.

Site (c).

Reservoir Site (c) of 700 million gallons estimated capacity is situated in Reservoir Tytam Harbour below the existing Tytam Tuk Dam and is easily recognizable by the caissons protruding above the sand, like round bridge piers.

This site was investigated about 1904, but a rock foundation for the dam was not found until a depth of 65 feet below 0. D. had been reached. It was again later considered by the late Mr. Jaffé, who ultimately abandoned it for the site of the present Tytam Tuk Dam which has now cut off a large portion of the original basin of the reservoir. As the site is below sea level, most difficult and costly coffer dams above and below the site would be necessary during construc- tion. The cost of the Dam would be in my opinion out of all proportion to the supply gained, particularly when it is remembered that all the water from this Reservoir would require to be pumped nearly 400 feet.

Site (d).

Reservoir Site (d) is situated directly below the existing Pokfulam Re- Reservoir servoir, the dam site being at the road bridge over the stream taking the over- flow from the Pokfulam Valley and outfalling at Waterfall Bay.

The reservoir is small, having an estimated capacity of 78 million gallons while its construction would mean the resumption of Pokfulam Village. The Dairy Farm and other buildings and the realignment and reconstruction of about half a mile of the main Pokfulam Island Road. These resumptions which would greatly increase the cost of the reservoir are considered undesirable for other

reasons.

Reservoir Site (e) is the basin on the South side of the Island containing the Reservoir

Site (e). village of Little Hong Kong and bounded on the North by Bennets Hill and Mt. Cameron and on the South by Brick Hill, two dams being necessary, one across Stanton Creek near Aberdeen and the other at the Brickworks close to Deep Water Bay.

This reservoir which is large has very little catchment area for its size, but the overflows from the Aberdeen and Wongneichong Reservoirs could be diverted into it, considerably increasing its productive capacity.

This is the only site left on the Island for a reservoir of any considerable size, but in the past it has been considered inadvisable in the public interests to alienate this valuable flat piece of country from the use of the public. For this reason the site has never been investigated, but in view of the great lengths of the Dams, the considerable resumptions and the heavy contingent works neces- sary, the reservoir would be costly while all the water would require to be pumped, adding further heavy recurrent charges.

PRIVATE SUPPLIES.

Taikoo Catchment Area is situated immediately South of the Taikoo Sugar Taikoo. Refinery and Dockyard on the slopes of Mt. Butler and consists of 692 acres, on which stand three Reservoirs of 137 million gallons, 11 million gallons and 30 million gallons capacity respectively. The water rights, which are held by Messrs. Butterfield and Swire, are capable of some further development, but it is con- sidered by the lease-holders that all water procurable is necessary for their busi-

ness.

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Certain restricted water rights over the Aberdeen Valley are held by the Taishing Paper Manufacturing Company, and the resumption of these rights and proposals for the complete development of this area have been dealt with in my report dated 6th August, 1926 and in Sessional Paper No. 10 of 1927 dated 7th November, 1927.

Mt. Parker.

Mt. Pot- tinger.

Tytam Tuk (East).

Dragons Back (West).

Dragons Back (East).

D'Aguilar.

CATCHWATERS.

A catchwater on Mt. Parker about the 400 ft. contour discharging over Tytam Gap would drain about 380 acres at reasonable cost. The water would be intercepted by the proposed Tytam Tuk East Catchwater and be carried into the Tytam Tuk Reservoir.

It is possible to construct at reasonable cost three catchwaters draining the slopes of Mt. Pottinger and all finally discharging through Tytam Gap. The water from the 379 acres drained would be picked up by Tytam Tuk East Catchwater and conducted into Tytam Tuk Reservoir.

Tytam Tuk (East) Catchwater which would be at a level of about 150 above O.D. would intercept the drainage from the slopes of Boa Vista, Mt. Collinson and Obelisk Hill which drain into Tytam Bay. The most westerly section would also carry the water from Mt. Parker and Mt. Pottinger Catchwaters into Tytam Tuk Reservoir.

Dragons Back (West) Catchwater would drain the western slopes of the Dragons Back and discharge into the Eastern end of Tytam Tuk (East) Catch-

water.

Dragons Back (East) Catchwater would drain 240 acres of the Eastern slopes of The Dragons Back and would either discharge through Totiwan Gap into The Dragons Back (West) Catchwater or directly into D'Aguilar Catch- water. Owing to the length of carry this catchwater is not considered economical.

D'Aguilar Catchwater would drain 525 acres of the slopes of D'Aguilar Peak and discharge into the Southern end of the Dragons Back (West) Catch- water. Owing to the extremely rocky nature of the ground and the long carry this catchwater is not considered economical.

Kowloon.

(a) Kun Tong

(b) Rennie's Farm

(c) Chin Lan Chu

RESERVOIRS.

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Chin Lan Chu.

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(e) Shing Mun Valley Scheme.

Reservoir Site (a) is situated in the lower Kun Tong Valley opposite Channel Rocks and has already been considered in connection with industrial develop- ment. The site is poor and capacity small and being practically at sea level involves pumping. Construction costs would be high.

Reservoir Site (b) is situated in the basin known as Rennie's Farm near Customs Pass. Its capacity is very small and catchment area limited involving catchwaters.

Reservoir Site (c) capacity 200 million gallons is in the basin in which the village of Chin Lan Chu stands East of Customs Pass. Very considerable re- sumption of houses and padi-fields would be necessary.

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Byewash.

Reservoir Site (d) of 175 million gallons capacity is situated in the valley Kowloon immediately below the existing Kowloon Reservoir and would impound the over- flows from that reservoir and the Raw Water Reception Reservoir in the Lower Sheklaipui Valley. This site is a favourable one.

Scheme

The Shing Mun Valley Scheme has already been dealt with in my report to Shing Mun you dated 8.4.24 and portions of the 1st. Section have been completed while other portions are still under construction.

This exhausts the possible works comparatively close to Kowloon which would naturally produce the cheapest water, but when necessary there sources farther afield available.

POSSIBLE SAVINGS BY USE OF SALT WATER.

The question of relative increase of supply by means of savings through the possible use of salt water for flushing, street washing etc. has been dealt with by another Officer and in the event of a water carriage system being adopted will require very careful consideration. In the meantime, however, the estimat- ed savings do not appear to justify the expenditure necessary and I am still of opinion that the conclusion of the Committee appointed to investigate this sub- ject in 1921 and contained in paragraph 8 of their report is sound. Paragraph 8 reads as follows:-

"The time may come when the limit of the fresh water resources of the Colony has been so nearly reached that it will be more economical to obtain a supply of Salt Water than to obtain an equal additional supply of fresh water, but it does not appear that that time has yet arrived, and no works which may be carried out now for the use of fresh water will in any way interfere with the use of Salt Water when its use is found to be more economical."

As long as fresh water can be obtained cheaper than salt water, then fresh water should be used for all purposes.

PROPOSALS.

Under "Comparisons" I have shown that at present the Colony's supply is short of estimated requirements by 1.55 million gallons per day and that by 1932 without new works the shortage will have risen to 4.25 million gallons per day. I would therefore propose a programme of works to wipe out this deficit by 1932, the works to be those producing cheapest water and having lowest re- current charges in the way of pumping.

Of the possible extensions on the Island the two small dams in Tytam are not economical from a financial or waterworks standpoint, while the site in Tytam Bay is owing to its enormous cost undesirable.

The Pokfulam Site is undesirable owing to necessary resumptions, while the Taikoo Area is said to be fully taxed by the holders of the water rights, hold- ing out little or no gain from resumption.

The Aberdeen Valley Area lends itself to economical development as only limited, water rights are held by the Taishing Paper Manufacturing Co. and this area is comparatively near the Western end of the City where additional supply is most needed.

Hong Kong.

Kowloon.

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I would therefore propose the complete development of this and adjacent areas as completely set forth in Sessional Paper No. 10 of 1927.

Regarding the Little Hong Kong Site, I understand Government is averse to alienating this valuable flat piece of land from the public, but this site would appear to offer the greatest and almost the last possibility of large increase on the Island. The Dam Sites have never been investigated and it is not known therefore if they offer economic possibilities. As however, even if feasible, the dams owing to their length would be costly, and heavy contingent works in the shape of pumps and possibly a tunnel to the North side of the Island would be necessary, I would not suggest the development of this site, at least till all cheaper water either on the Island or Mainland has been obtained.

As Tytam Tuk Reservoir is at present short of Catchment Area, I would propose the construction of the Mt. Pottinger, Mt. Parker, Tytam Tuk (East) and Dragon's Back (East) Catchwaters, all of which would drain into that reser- voir.

I would not propose the construction of either the Dragon's Back (West) Catchwater owing to its length of carry and uneconomical area length ratio, or D'Aguilar Peak Catchwater owing to the unfavourable nature of the ground, cost and length of carry.

The preceding proposals would augment the supply on the Island to the ex- tent of 3.62 million gallons per day, which would still leave a deficiency of 0.63 million gallons per day in 1932.

Of the possible extensions on the mainland, Kun Tong and Rennie's Farm. sites are too small for our present needs while Chin Lan Chu would involve the removal of a very large village, which is undesirable except as a last resort.

I would propose the construction of the Kowloon Byewash Dam, which is favourably situated with regard to existing works, requires no contingent works in the way of filters or pumping and could be economically developed in con- junction with the Shing Mun Works.

I would also propose the completion of the 1st. Section of the Shing Mun Valley Scheme as set forth in my report dated 8. 4. 24, as this would appear to produce the cheapest water available.

The preceding proposals both in Hong Kong and Kowloon when completed would bring the total supply of the Colony up to 16.53 million gallons per day or approx. equal (16.5) to the estimated requirements in 1932. With the addition of the filters proposed under the Aberdeen Scheme the filtering capacity of the Colony would also approx. equal requirements.

On completion of these Works I consider the 2nd. Section of the Shing Mun Valley Scheme should be commenced.

To cope with the increased consumption a consistent annual programme of mainlaying and distribution improvement is necessary both on the Island and the Mainland. Balance Tanks at North Point and Kowloon City are becoming urgent necessities.

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The following table gives in compact form my proposals, with a programme of work and costs:-

PROGRAMME OF WORK & ESTIMATES.

Com- Com-

Estimated Estimated

mence.

plete.

Estimated Production.

Cost.

Work.

Time to

Remarks.

construct.

Mill, Galls.

Year.

Year.

per day.

CA

Aberdeen Scheme.

Upper Dam.

East Catchwaters

West

900,000

135,000

""

Supply Pipe to

Pumping Station...

Pumping Station to

complete

255,000

270,000

190,000

Rising Mains

70,000

New Filters...

180,000

Existing Dam Alter-

ation

> 1928 1931

3 years.

2.12

100,000

Lower Dam Pipe

Line....

30,000

[ 497,000

Bennet's Hill Catch-

water

Alteration to Pok-

fulam Reservoir ....... Access Road

Resumptions

Salvage

Mt. Parker Catch-

Mt. Pottinger Catch-

water

water

Tytam Tuk (East)

Catchwater...

Dragon's Back (East)

Catchwater

Shing Mun Scheme |

(1st Section).

170,000

1929

1932

3

years.

1.5

160,000

180,000

180,000

Rapid Gravity Filters

1927

1928

11⁄2 years.

84,000

Under Construction.

Land Pipe Line Service Reservoir

(Sheklaipui)

Cross Harbour Pipe...

1927 1929 2

:

""

375,000

2.5

Money required to

complete

expenditure.

including 1928

i

1928 1930 1

400,000

1928

1929

300,000*

H.K. Garden Service

Reservoir

1929

1931

11/

""

400,000

Carried forward......

3.62

$4,876,000

*Scheme proposed is for one 12′′ dia, steel main capable of passing 31 million gallons per day laid on Harbour

bottom without dredging to cost $250.000.

The Consulting Engineers Scheme is for two 18" dia. steel mains with a combined capacity of fully 8 million gallons per day laid in a dredged trench and covered with concrete to cost £200,000, or £165,000 if Government assumes responsibility for all risks.

+Already included in "Estimate of "Capacity" of 5 million gallons per day for the existing supply for Kowloon.

mence.

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PROGRAMME OF WORKS & ESTIMATES, Contd.

Com-Com- plete.

Estimated Estimated

Work.

Estimated Production.

Time to

Cost.

Remarks.

Year. Year.

construct. Mill. Galls.

per day.

Brought forward......

3.62

4,876,000

Kowloon Byewash

Reservoir.

1930

1932

1/3/20

.66

600,000

Shing Mun Scheme

(2nd Section)

1932

200,000

Money required in 1932 only.

Improvements to Distribution.

H.K. Mains etc.

1928 1932 5 years.

180,000

Does not include

North Pt. Tank

Kowloon Mains .... Kowloon City Tank...

1929 1930 11 1928 1932 5. 1930 1931 11

100,000

Praya East.

95,000

""

100,000

""

TOTAL

4.28

$6,151,000

When it is remembered that the existing Water Supply of the Colony has cost approx. $14,000,000 and that a further sum of approx. $6,000,000 is re- quired to bring it up to requirements in 1932, a gross return in 1927 of ap- prox. $1,100,000 (nearly half in tax) cannot be considered adequate.

The present Waterworks system of finance is in my opinion out of date and I would propose reorganization on the lines suggested in my reports to you on this subject dated 21. 9. 27 and 13. 12. 27.

If my suggestions were carried out and my estimates proved even approxi- mately correct, then a large proportion of the money necessary for the forego- ing proposed works would be provided from new revenue and the waste of water would be considerably reduced.

Throughout this report I have tried to understate rather than exaggerate the need for large waterworks extensions but it must be evident from the figures given that such extensions are an urgent necessity and should not be further delayed.

During the last eight years the Colony has only experienced one year with rainfall below the average as against an approx. average of one year below the average in every two. The one bad year was 1922 when approx. 70 inches of rain fell as against a minimum recorded rain fall of 45.83 inches in 1895. Such good luck cannot be expected to continue indefinitely.

A plan showing existing Waterworks, with possible extensions and pro- posals, accompanies this report.

(Sd.) R. M. HENDERSON,

Chartered Civil Engineer,

M.INST.C.E., M.I.MECH.E., M.INST.W.E.

20th February, 1928.

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Report on the cost of converting seawater by distillation and condensation into

HON. D. P. W.,

fresh water for domestic supply purposes.

I have to report that in accordance with the Hong Kong Government's request, I investigated the question of the cost of converting seawater by distillation and condensa- tion into fresh-water for domestic supply purposes, whilst on leave in England and on my return journey to Hong Kong.

Through the Crown Agents I was put into communication with the firm of Messrs. Caird and Rayner, Manufacturers of Distilling and Condensing Plants, whose works I visited in London and who supplied me with information of the cost of these plants and plans and particulars explaining the method of working them.

I inspected also the Military and Civil Distilling and Condensing Plants in operation at Aden during the short stay of the steamer there on my return journey to Hong Kong.

I have other manufacturers' catalogues giving particulars of the efficiency of the plants they manufacture.

I do not propose to explain the method of working these plants as it is set forth in considerable detail in the correspondence and manufacturers' catalogues which I attach.

The efficiency of a plant is chiefly dependent on the kind and quality of the fuel and that given in the manufacturers' catalogues vary generally from 35 to 44 lbs. of gained distilled water to 1 lb. of fuel burnt.

The efficiency obtained in every day working of a plant is usually lower than that given in catalogues and the efficiencies of the distilling and condensing plants at Aden were certainly not as high, but I was informed that these plants had been in operation for a considerable time.

Messrs. Caird and Rayner stated that they could guarantee an efficiency of 32 lbs. of gained distilled water for 1 lb. of oil fuel and I am inclined to think this is a conservative figure for this fuel.

It will be noticed that owing to the large consumption of fuel to convert seawater into distilled water the cost of running a plant is extremely high when compared with other means of obtaining a supply of fresh water for domestic purposes in this Colony.

Water supply by a distilling and condensing plant is therefore only resorted to when conditions are very exceptional, where fresh water by any other less costly method is unobtainable, or where distilled water is required for a special purpose in some manufac- turing process.

The water distribution has to be very strictly limited in domestic supply owing to the huge plants that would be required to produce a large quantity of fresh water.

The Sextuple Effect Water Distilling Plant is probably the cheapest method up to the present time of producing distilled water in fairly large quantities.

The largest size manufactured is capable of producing 400 tons or 89,600 gallons of distilled water in 24 hours for each set and any number of these sets may be erected ac- cording to the supply required.

The fuel used may be either coal or oil, but where the cost of these is in the pro- portion of about 1 to 1.4 it would be preferable to use the latter on account of its higher calorific value, its mobility, cleaner working, and less cost of labour.

The calorific value of the Kaiping No. 1 Lump Coal supplied by the Kailan Mining Administration to Hong Kong Government is said to be between 12,000 and 12,500 British Thermal Units that of medium Welsh about 14,000 B.T.Us., and for Oil Fuel supplied by the Standard Oil Coy 19,000 B.T.Us. If calculations are based on the

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catalogue results then the Kaiping coal should have an efficiency of about 32 lbs. of gained distilled water to 1 lb. of coal burnt.

The present contract price of these fuels supplied to the Government ex Contractor's Depot in Hong Kong is as follows:-

Coal from $11.20 to $13.20 per ton.

Fuel Oil $35.00 per ton.

Carriage of these fuels from Contractor's Depot to site of Plant would be extra.

The difference in cost between these fuels, even if the cost of carriage is added and the question of handling is taken into account, is so marked that coal would be the cheaper fuel to use in Hong Kong even if its calorific value is low.

The following is an estimate for installing two sets of Sextuple Effect Plant capable of producing 800 tons or 179,200 gallons of water per day of 24 hours which I consider will give the most economical result:

Land 20,000 sq. feet @ say $2 a sq. ft.

Distilling and Condensing Plant delivered and erected on site in

Hong Kong

$ 40,000

400,000€

Pumps and piping for lifting water to service tank for distribution Buildings for Distilling and Condensing Plant, Pumps, stores

and staff (exclusive of foundations)

85,000

150,000

TOTAL

$675,000

The cost to run and maintain the Buildings and Plant per month is estimated as follows:-

Wages

Stores etc. including electric power to pump

Coal 750 tons @ $15 per ton including carriage Depreciation on Buildings and Plant say

TOTAL

Amount of water pumped in one month of 30 days

$ 1,000

1,000

11,250

2.270

$15,520

5,376,000 gallons.

Approximate cost per 1,000 gallons of distilled water = $2.89.

The approximate cost per 1,000 gallons of delivering filtered water to consumers in this Colony under present conditions of supply is as follows:---

Hong Kong Island (City of Victoria) Kowloon

35 cents

22 cents

For the purposes of this estimate I have assumed that the Condensing and Distilling Plant will be situated to the west of Kennedy Town and that the distilled water will be pumped up to the existing Kennedy Town Service Tank, therefore no provision is made. for a new service tank for distribution purposes in the estimate.

Until a site is definitely fixed, the estimated cost of foundations cannot be ascertain- ed, but I do not think the capital cost for the whole plant will exceed $725,000.

Some market might be found for the brine extracted from the sea water.

H. T. JACKMAN.

Assistant Director of Public Works.

22nd February, 1927.

District west of Garden Road.

District cast of

Garden

oad.

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Outline and Particulars on the Possibilities of Installing a Salt water Flushing Scheme for the City of Victoria Hong Kong by Edward Newhouse, Drainage Engineer,

Public Works Department, Hong Kong, 3rd February, 1927.

1. Population. The figures for the estimated distribution of population, based on the 1921 census returns which were obtained from the old health districts, are as follows:-

ESTIMATED POPULATION IN LOW LEVEL SALT WATER FLUSH ZONE.

Population 1921 Census.

Total in District.

Add for increase in population 50%

Add for Beclamations

when built on

Total

(North Point

3.112

District No. 1

17.386

Causeway Bay Bowring-

15.000 North Point and Tai Hang.

ton and Wongneichong

District No. 1a & 2a

26.553

Wanchai.

District No. 2

27,211

74.262 37,131

[

Wanchai.

35.000 Praya East.

161,893

6,000

155 393

[ District No. 3.......

15,026

Upper Levels.

District No. 4

43.636

/entral.

District No. 5..

29.471

Central.

District No. 6.....

28,029

Sheungwan and Taiping-

shan.

District No. 7

28,100

Sheungwan and Taiping-

shan.

District No. 8...........

26,647

Saiyingpun-North of

Government Civil

Hospital.

Distr' et No 9........

Saiyingpun.

District No. 10 West Point.

42,620

27 683 | 241,212 | 120,606

Kennedy Town

8,000

369,818

17,500

352,318

SALT WATER SCHEME FOR LOW-LEVEL ZONE.

2. Site of Destructors and Pumping Station:-The site shown on plan has been chosen chiefly on account of the desirability of having the destructors as far removed as possible from the densely populated parts of the City. It forms part of the scheme of reclamation referred to on page 40 in the report on the commercial development of the Port of Hong Kong by Mr. John Duncan dated the 12th December 1924 and entails the building of a deep sea wall and reclamation. It is desirable to keep the installation within harbour limits east of Sulphur Channel, as the removal of refuse to this point is less likely to be affected by typhoons and adverse weather. The destructors are shown on part of the site nearest the harbour front to allow of rapid and cheap handling of refuse by water transport. It would probably be found economical for all refuse east of Western Market to be water-borne. From experience gained of the working of Destructor plants in several towns in England during the years 1904-1910, I am strongly of the opinion that they can be successfully operated in Hong Kong, but whether they would or would not be a sound business proposition and a Sanitary improvement worth the cost as compared with the present method of refuse disposal at sea, and whether the power generated could be economically used for any large Government buildings and plants other than pumping for a salt water flush system, (and I am inclined to think it

507.711 Total pulation To be served by salt water flush.

Say 510,000.

Less population in Widdle Level Zone to be served by Fresh water supply.

Total population to be

supplied.

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can), is a matter that requires careful consideration. In the case of Government buildings generally, they are scattered all over the Colony and the current used is small, but the installation of Destructors might be warranted by the demand for current say to Eastern Filter Beds, Government Workshops, Government Offices, Law Courts, Post Office, New Fire Station, Central Police Station etc., all of which are practically in a straight line for cables from the Power Station.

3. Destructors and Destructor Station :-These would be of a type best suited or modified to deal with Hong Kong's refuse, dependent on moisture and the ascertained calorific value of average samples. The clinker and residue could be disposed of in fur- ther reclamation works to the westward.

4. Engines and Engine House :-The pumping station has been shown to the south of the site where better foundations can be obtained for the engines, which would be of the triple expansion vertical type, in duplicate, each capable of lifting 3.3 million gallons per day against a maximum effective head of about 285 feet. The pumps, three to each en- gine, driven from the cross-heads would be of the piston type. Provision for workshop and Quarters for European and Chinese Staff would also be required.

5. Main Salt-water Service Reservoir :-The main salt water service Reservoir with a top water level of about plus 285′ O.D. has been placed in about the only available site that can be economically used for the purpose and would be covered in. It is shown immediately below the Albany and involves no resumption and very little disturbance of the Botanical Gardens which could be reinstated over the roof; it will not interfere with any future waterworks extensions. This reservoir of 14 million gallons capacity would supply what would be a low level zone north of and bordering on Pokfulam, Bonham, Caine & Kennedy Roads and the whole of the Eastern district as far as North Point (Broadwood Road excepted). These roads approximately draw a dividing line between two classes of property, and, for the purposes of a pumping supply, form a very con- venient divide between the low and high level zones, which make it possible to devise 2 schemes which can be made entirely independent of each other, should it be thought desirable to grant a fresh water flushing supply to the middle zone, by utilizing to their full capacity, all stream-courses on the northern slopes of the Island which are not used for waterworks purposes on account of pollution.

6. Balancing Tanks :-The balancing tanks shown on plan at Mount Parish, Leighton Hill, and north of Tin Hau Temple at elevations approximately of 200′ 150′ and 120' respectively would be necessary to maintain pressure throughout this low level zone. The sites are fairly level and can easily be utilised for the purpose without costly site. formation. The resumption of a small unbuilt-on area at the Naval Hospital at Mount Parish only is involved.

7. Pumping Mains :--The pumping mains shown on plan in black would be in 18′′ dia. C.I. socket and spigot pipes laid in duplicate each having a delivery of 3.3 million gal- lons per day.

8. Gravitation Mains:-The Gravitation mains shown in blue would supply the balan- cing tanks on Mount Parish, Leighton Hill and Tin Hau Temple from the Albany salt water Reservoir. They would also be in C.I. socket and spigot pipes of 15′′ and 12′′ diameter respectively and would feed the districts through which they passed.

9. Subsidiary Mains :-The subsidiary mains shown in red would also be C.I. socket and spigot pipes 6 inches in diameter and, as in the case of the gravitation mains, al- though somewhat of larger diameter than is necessary for the area served, they allow for marine growth and incrustation which would occur and the extra cost over that of the minimum size that could be laid is very small. They have been spaced as wide apart as possible generally to give house services along scavenging lanes on each side of the

street.

10. Scavenging lane mains :-These, which would be numerous and are not shown on plan would require to be of the best 2" galvanized iron piping and could generally be laid a few inches below the surfacing of scavenging lanes.

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ALTERATIONS & ADDITIONS TO EXISTING SEWERS.

11. If the salt water flush system were made general throughout the City and the existing outfalls were used for the discharge of sewage direct into the harbour, only very small alterations and additions to sewers would be necessary so far as can be foreseen and these are too numerous to show on plan-they would consist chiefly of alterations and additions necessitated by the laying of salt water mains, short lengths of new sca-. venging lane sewers on Crown Land and new connections to sewers. It might, under a general flushing scheme be found that some of the old sewers, on reclaimed areas of the lower levels of the Western district, at present dealing satisfactorily with sullage, would require relaying.

12. If the system were made general through-out the City and it was considered that the existing sewer outfalls could not be used owing to harbour pollution, then the Colony must face a fairly costly scheme of drainage with modern Sewage Purification Works.

I have shown on plan two suitable sites for the latter-one at Causeway Bay where a small reclamation would be required and the other adjoining the Destructor and Engine House at Kennedy Town; the treatment would be the activated sludge process, being highly efficient, requiring small land area, comparatively low cost of installation and low main- tenance charges. The sewage now passing through the water front would be intercepted lifted and diverted through two intercepting sewers running east and west, by air lift pumps or ejectors fixed in required positions which would be operated by Air Compres- sors through low pressure air mains from the Engine House at Kennedy Town. power required for operating the activated sludge plant would also come from the same source though it might be found desirable in the case of the plant at Causeway Bay to provide independent power. With regard to existing drainage, a complete survey of ex- isting conditions will be necessary to ascertain what volume of storm-water, at present entering the sewers, must be eliminated. This I regret, is a matter which, on account of pressure of other work in making good storm damage, I have been unable to under- take up to the time of my departure on leave.

FRESH WATER SCHEME FOR MIDDLE LEVEL ZONE.

1. Population:-The population in this zone is estimated as follows:-

200 houses East of Garden Road at 20 persons per house 500 houses West of Garden Road at 20 persons per house University, Schools, Hospitals &c.

Total

The

4,000

10,000

2,000

16,000

All areas south of Pokfulam Road, Caine and Kennedy Roads referred to in the latter part of 5 could, if it were thought desirable, be dealt with entirely separate from the low level zone described in 1 to 10 and in order to obtain the necessary data on which to base the scheme, gaugings to ascertain the minimum dry weather flow of all streams on the north face of the Island have been carefully taken at the required elevations during December and January and will be continued throughout the dry season to ascertain any diminution of flow.

The rainfall for the four months October, November, December 1926 and January 1927 was 3.275, 4.965, .455, .310 inches, a total of 9.005 inches compared with an average of 8.96 inches for the last 15 years, from which it may be said that the minimum gaugings which have been taken, represent an average dry weather flow that can be relied upon for a fresh water flushing supply.

The present population in the district which it is proposed to serve is estimated to be 16,000 and the estimated increase during the next 30 years say 20% which at an average of three 2 gallon flushes per day per person or 6 gallons a day will require (19,200 × 6) say 115,000 gallons per day.

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Mr. Henderson in his minute dated 13.1.26 in C.S.O.3864/25 pointed out that the following savings in water from the mains could be made if salt water were made available :-

(a) Existing Public Latrine (metered)

(b) Existing Water Closets (excluding Peak)

estimated

(c) Street Watering (H.S.D's estimate)

59 million gallons per annum

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4/1/2

,,

(d) Side Channel Washing (H.S.D's estimate) 2

Total

... 94.5 million gallons per annum or 260,000 gallons per day.

Savings can also be made if the fresh water flush scheme is adopted. I estimate that piping could be installed at an economic cost to give at least 130,000 gallons per day from the proposed fresh water scheme without recourse to pumping. The total fresh water supply required is therefore 245,000 gallons per day, the whole of which for an average of about 7 months in the year will be available from the streamcourses without pumping. The volume to be pumped daily during the 4 months dry weather period will vary from a few hundred gallons upwards.

The lowest D.W.F. gaugings are shown on plan of Health Districts and are as

follows:-

Stream at Point A

9,331 gallons per day.

В

33,653

>>

C

6,826

>>

D

7,488

""

E

3"

3,499

>>

F

6,667

>>

G

3,300

H

7,373

""

I

41,990

""

J

4,248

55

K

33

17,496

141,861 say 140,000 gallons per day.

No rain has fallen since the 19th January and gaugings which have again been taken at each of the above points show only a diminution of flow equal to 121% over an average of 20 days. From the above it will be seen that an additional supply of not more than 105,000 gallons per day will be required from some other source during the dry weather period to ensure an adequate supply for the whole of the residential areas on the north- ern slopes of the Island above the level of Pokfulam, Bonham, Caine and Kennedy Roads from the Chinese Christian Cemetery on Pokfulam Road to Mount Parish, excluding the Peak which is already supplied from the main.

Fortunately two other reliable sources are available which will continue to give an abundant supply. The first is in Shek Tong Tsui Nullah below Pokfulam Road and here it is proposed to utilise the water which drains into the nullah below the intake tank at the point marked A on plan and also the water which runs to waste from the condensers and pumping plant the result of slip on the high duty pumps of the Pokfulam Road Pump- ing Station.

The minimum available from these two sources, after allowing for a draw off of 50,000 gallons at the intake tank and 34,000 to be recovered by Waterworks is 43,000 and 33,000 gallons respectively giving a total of 76,000 gallons.

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The second source is in the Albany Nullah just below the level of Bowen Road and here it is proposed to use the water which drains into the nullah below the intake tank at the point F on plan and also the water which is used for sand washings at the Bowen Road filter beds. The minimum available from the former source alone after allowing for a draw off of 38,000 gallons at the intake tank at F is 206,000 gallons. The former source has been checked and the returns show no diminution of flow.

At each of these 2 nullahs it is proposed that electrically driven pumps be installed to deliver, after filtration, such quantities to the high level tanks as the streams fail to supply during the dry weather period. The total available at all times in these two nul- lahs is not less than 282,000 gallons per day.

There remains the cost of the installation and the question of harbour pollution which I understand is now being reported on by the Government Analyst. As to the latter, it would appear that in the granting of water flush to a population of 19,200, the sewage discharging through the harbour frontage of about 3 miles would be considerably diluted and the increased pollution would be very small and practically negligible; about 20% of this population already possesses the flush system. As to the cost, no alterations or additions would be required to the existing sewer system and the total cost of carrying out the scheme including the necessary nullah intakes, tanks, balancing tanks, electric pumps, pump houses mains and fittings complete as shown in brown on plan would be approximately $178,500.00, details of which are given on page 19. To prevent waste I would suggest that all houses be put on water meters at a rate of say $1.00 per 1,000 gallons which no doubt all consumers would gladly pay for the privilege of the flush system. The adoption of the scheme based on a consumption of 115,000 gallons per day would give, after deducting working costs, a return to Government of about 8% on capital outlay plus maintenance and depreciation charges. All houses above the level of 50 feet below the top water levels of tanks and reservoirs shown on plan are or can be supplied from streamcourses and have been taken into account with existing services in. recording the dry weather flows.

Small intake Tanks generally of about 1 day's supply, break pressure and balancing tanks would be built in the positions indicated on plan together with any minor intakes to ensure full development of the whole of the polluted catchment area on the northern slope, not used for Waterworks purposes and bounded by the spur above I.L. 2378 Pok- fulam Road, High West, Victoria Peak, Victoria Gap, Mountain View, Mount Gough, Magazine Gap and Wanchai Gap.

The pumping mains shown green on plan would be of steel 5" in diameter and the chief distributing main shown on plan by heavy brown line would be 4 inches in diame- ter and the subsidiary mains shown brown 3" galvanized.

The houses on Stubbs Road in the Wongneichong catchment area East of Mount Parish are too widely scattered to be brought into the scheme; each must be treated on its merits—in many cases water flush can only be granted subject to the owners providing 4 months capacity storage tanks, very few streams being available during the dry period.

The Ridge Broadwood Road and all houses in the vicinity up to the 400′ level can be provided for as shown on plan.

FRESH WATER SCHEME FOR MIDDLE LEVEL ZONE.

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Approximate Estimates.

(4). Approximate cost of Pumps & Pump Houses,

1. at Pokfulam Road

2. at junction of Bowen Road and Garden Road

$12,000.00 ... 12,000.00

(B). 5′′ Steel Pumping Mains in duplicate,

1. at Shektongtsui 5,940 feet.

2. at Albany

.....

8,580

36,500.00

Carried forward

60,500.00

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Brought forward

$60.500.00

(C). 4" Cast Iron Gravitation Main, 14,300 feet

33,000.00

(D). 3′′ Galvanized Iron Mains, 36,960 feet

37,000.00

(E). Intake & Main Fresh Water Reservoir 100,000 gallons capacity (F). Nullah Intake Dam in Streamcourse south of I.L. 2378 Pokfulam

Road

20,000.00

(G). Two Balancing Tanks, 7,500 gallons capacity south of Conduit Road. (H). Service Tank, 15,000 gallons capacity above Tregunter Path

2,000.00

4,500.00

13

3,500.00

(I). Break Pressure Tank & Nullah Intake, 5,000 gallons capacity at

Magazine Gap Road

1,500.00

(J). Nullah Intake Tanks, 7,500 gallons capacity,

1. east of Military Hospital, Bowen Road

2. Wanchai Gap Road south of Bowen Road

2,000.00

2,000.00

(K). Service Tank, 10,000 gallons capacity east of I. L. 2478 Broad-

wood Road

2,500.00

(L). Galvanized iron piping to replace 50% of Existing Waterworks Sup- plies for Public Latrines, Trough Closets. Water Closets, Street Watering &c.

10,000.00

Total Cost.

.$178,500.00

SALT WATER SCHEME FOR LOW LEVEL ZONE.

Approximate Estimates.

Item 1 Population.

Item 2 Site.

(a) Seawall

$225,000.00

(b) Seawall (temporarily returned end)

60,000.00

(c) Reclamation.

60,000.00

Item

3 Destructors-approximate cost

750,000.00

Destructor Station, Chinese Quarters foundations, and smoke

stack. Approximate cost.

350,000.00

Item 4 Engines & Engine House.

Cost of two engines.

500,000.00

Engine House, European Quarters Pump Pit & Foundations.

340,000.00

Item 5 Main Salt Water Service Reservoir.

X

200' x 100' x 12' deep (Capacity 1,500,000 gallons).

150,000.00

Item 6 Balancing Tanks Mount Parish, Leighton Hill, and Tin Hau

Temple. Mount Parish.

80' x 50' x 12' deep (Capacity 300,000 gallons).

40,000.00

Leighton Hill.

Tin Hau Temple.

80' x 50' x 12' deep (Capacity 300,000 gallons),

50′ × 20′ × 10′ (Capacity 62.500 gallons).

40,000.00

14,000.00

Carried forward

$2,529,000.00

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Brought forward

$2,529,000.00

Item 7 Pumping Mains.

Two 18" C.I. Mains including valves, hatch boxes for

scraping 30,000

375,000.00

Item 8 Gravitation Mains.

One 15′′ C.I. Main including valves, hatch boxes for

scraping 12,500'

125,000.00

One 12′′ C.I. Main including valves, hatch boxes for

scraping 5,800'

43,500.00

Item 9 Subsidiary Mains.

6" C.I. main including valves and hatch boxes for scraping

92,600 lin. ft.

370,400.00

Item 10 Service piping in streets and scavenging lanes,

2" galvanized iron piping 370,400 lin. ft.

370,400.00

Item 11 Alterations and Additions to existing sewers.

Allow sum of $100,000 for Contingencies

230,000.00

100,000.00

Total Cost.

.

$4,143,300.00

CONCLUSION.

I would recommend, as a first step towards a general water flush scheme, the adoption of the fresh water flush in the middle level zone, where the inhabitants can be relied upon to give the necessary supervision to sanitary appliances. The cost of the scheme is small and its adoption will provide in its effect further material for pursuing the subject of Harbour pollution and the planning of the salt-water flush scheme.

3rd February, 1927.

E. NEWHOUSE.

Drainage Engineer.