Hongkong Directory 1868





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CHINA

CHARLES WILLIAM WASON

COLLECTION

CHINA AND THE CHINESE

THE GIFT OF

CHARLES WILLIAM WASON

CLASS OF 1876

1918

 

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FOR THE YEAR

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1868.

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THE CHRONICLE AND DIRECTORY FOR 1868.

CONTENTS.

ANGLO CHINESE CALENDAR for 1868. PROPER LESsons for SunNDAYS...................... LAW AND UNIVERSITY TERMS.. REMARKS Respecting TIDES,

CHINESE Wrights and Measures..

CALENDAR FOR 1868...

Eclipses.....

Fixed and Moveable Festivals...

PAGE.

2

Appendix.

PAGE.

ORDER IN COUNCIL-For the Government of Her Majesty's Subjects in China and Japan; dated 9th March, 1865.....

1

RULES OF HER Britannic Majesty's SUPREME

COURT in China and Japan...

31

Jewish Calendar..

TREATY between Great Britain and China, dated

Birthdays of the Royal Family.

at Nanking, 29th August, 1842...

116

Almanack

8

Chinese Festivals and Fasts..

Japanese

do.

Jewish

do.

Mahomedan

do.

Parsce

do.

SIAMESE METHOD of Dividing Time..

Do. Exchange...

· Do. Weights and Measures....

HONGKONG Streets DireCTORY.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS, in China, Japan, the Phil-

lippines and Siam......

ADDITIONAL Residents,

...127

885899*99 25

32

Convention of Peking 25th October, 1880.. Treaty of Tientsin, signed 28th June, 1858.. CUSTOMS TARIFF, Imports......

.118

121

.129

37

Do.

38

Do.

Exports... Rules...

.136

.149

40

ARTICLES relative to Customs' seizures, dated 27th

42

October, 1885...

.145

44

45

Convention of Peace between France and China,

dated at Peking 25th October, 1880..

.147

46

Treaty between Prussia and China, dated 2nd

September. 1863...

.149

54

Convention between Russia and China, dated

14th November, 1880...

.157

HONGKONG Directory,

Government Offices, Con-

Do.

Do.

Do.

sulates, &c. Educational, Clubs, &c..133 Clubs, Institutions........134 Masonic Lodges Eccle-

128

Treaty between United States and China, 18th

June, 1858..

.182

An Act of the American Congress relating to

Treaties...

.168

siastical

.136

Treaty between Great Britain and Japan, dated

at Yeddo, 26th August, 1858....

.178

Do.

Ecclesiastical,

Public

Companies

138

Do.

Public Companies,

Do.

Insurances..

.137 138

Regulations for British Trade in Japan... New Convention between Treaty Powers and

Japan, dated 5th June, 1868......

180

184

Do.

Banks...

139

Do.

Do.

Do.

Professions and Trades..141

Do.

Hotels, Taverns &c.................168

HER MAJESTY'S FORCES, IN China and JaAPAN,

Do. Do.

Military Naval

China Squadron

169

.161

JAPAN TARIFF under new Convention, Importa...187 Exports...191

Treaty between the United States and Japan....194 Regulations for American Trade with Japan.....198 Supplementary Treaty between France and Japan

signed at Paris, 20th June, 1884... SIAM-Treaty between Great Britain and Siam.

201

.181

dated 5th April, 1858..

203

THE PRINCIPAL CHINESE Hoxes...

THE CANTON Directory.. THR WHAMPOA DIRECTORY

THE MACAO Directory, THE SWATOw DirectorY.. THE AMOY DIRECTORY.

166

Regulations for Trade with Siam...

208

180

Tariff of Duties, Siam.....

207

183

Treaty between the German Confederation and

184

Siam, signed 7th February, 1862....

.209

.189

.191

THE FORMOSA DIRECTORY

193

THE FOOCHow DirectoRY,

195

TRADE REGULATIONS FOR GERMAN STATES. 214 Tariff of Duties, for German States and Siam. 216 Treaty between France and Cambodia, signed

11th August. 1863..

217

THE NINGPO DirectorY,

.109

SHANGHAI, NAMES OF STREETS..

.202

REGULATIONS FOR Consular CourTS OF AME-

RICA, IN CHINA..

219

Do. DIRECTORY.

203

THE CHINKIano DirectoRY.

228

Chinese Passengers' Act passed 14th Aug. 1855 .....229 Summary of Chinese Passengers' Act 26th Decem.

THE KIUKIAng DirectoRY

.229

ber, 1860..

240

THE HANKOw Directory....

.231

Rules for opening houses for the reception of

THE CHEFO0 DirectorY....

235

Chinese Emigrants at Canton.

244

THE TAKU Directory..

236

American Passengers' Act

.247

THE TIENTSIN DirectoRY

237

Extract of an Act of Licensing vessels of the

THR NEWCHWANG DIRECTORY.

239

United States..

.258

THE PEKING DIRECTORY...

.210

Consular Instructions..

253

THE JAPAN DIRECTORY..

.2.11

Macao Passengers' Act..

258

THE YOKOĦama DirectoEY.

242

Victoria Harbour Regulations Ordinance...

.265

THE NAGASAki DirectorY

.251

THE HAKODadi DirectORY

255

Scale of Fares for Licensed Vehicles, &c., in

Hongkong...

289

THE MANILAa Directory

.256

THE Bangkok DirectoRT

.201

P. & O. §. N. Co.'s TIXE TABLES..

........205

List of Stands for Licensed Vehicles and Chairs.270 Scale of Commissions adopted by the Hongkong

Chamber of Commerce.

..271

CONTENTS.

PAGE.

Standing Orders and Rules for the Legislative

Council of Hongkong

.272

Do.

Rules of Suminary Jurisdiction Court...

276

Do.

Rules of the Colonial Treasury....

..201

Rules affecting Sick Searnen

...202

Do.

BATES OF POSTAGE to United States.

PAGE. 373

per French packet steamers..........374 British packet steamers to

different parts of the World......375 to China, Japan, and Manila...........380

Port. Consular, Customs and Harbour General

Do. per private ship...

.381

Regulations

.293

ADVERTISSMENTS,

Local Regulations

205

Anglo-Chinese Dictionary

382

Canton Customs and Harbour Regulations..

208

Pacific Mail Steam Ship Company.

383

Do. River Steamer Regulations....

.206

Oriental Bank Corporation.

.349

MACAO Port Regulations

297

Hongkong and Shanghai Bank Corporation.. 300

AMOY Provisional Rules for Steamers Trading

Regularly..

.208

Chartered Mor. Bank of India, London & China 391 Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris

.392

Foo-CHOW-Foo Consular Notification.

.298

Imperial Fire Insurance Co.--China Fire In-

NINGPO Lse-lec Light House.

299

surance Co..............

393

Do. Seaostris Rock Buoy.

299

Royal Insurance Company

394

Do.

Port Rules and Regulations..

.299

Yang-tsze Insurance Association-Pacific In"u-

Do.

Bates of Licence Fees

301

Do.

Customs House Regulations..

..302

rance Co.-Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Company

305

Do.

River Steamer Regulations..

303

Chinkiang Notification.....

..304

Do. Customs Regulations........

305

Kiukiang Notification.....

.307

Do. Port Regulations

307

Tientsin, Consular Regulations..

.309

The Swiss Lloyds' Transport Insurance Co.-De

Oosterling Sea and Fire Insurance Co.. China Fire Insurance Co.- Hamburg, Bremen, Fire Insurance Co.- Manchester Fire As- surance Co.-Merchants' Mutual Marine In- surance Company

398

397

Chefoo, do.

do.

..310

Shanghai, Scale of Commissions adopted by the

North British and Mercantile insurance Co.~

Foochow Granite Floored Dock

304

Chamber of ommerce....

.312

Hongkong and Whampon Dock Co..

.399

Newchwang, do..

.313

Port of Amoy Dock Co......

.4000)

SIAM, Rules and Regulations for Trade.....

314

Hongkong and China Gas Co.

401

Do.

Do.

for Pence & Good Order 316

The China Mail.

402

Do. General Regulations for British Trade......318 Do. Laws concerning vessels belonging to.......318

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., agents for Messrs.

Tennent and Corsar.

403

Do. do, do.

small boats.

..321

Do. do. do. floating houses & buoys...323 Do. do. touching affairs by land

...325

CHINA, Constitution and Government.

.329

Do. Revenue and Population..

.329

Do. Trade and Commerce

.331

  Do. Duties collected in Open Ports. Do. Imports and Exports..

.333

.334

JAPAN, Constitution and Government.

.336

Do. Names and Titles of principal Daimois....328

Do

Trade and Commerce..

312

HONGKONG, Code of Signals.

.345

Do.

From the Colonial Office List

.347

Do.

China Pilot.

.349

Do.

Stamp Ordinance

350

Do.

Rules of Stamp Ordinance

.351

Do.

Digest of Penalties for Ordinance..

.353

Do.

Schedule for Ordinance.....

354

MACOA, Historical Narrative.....

.357

Do.

Typographical Description........

.359

MANILA, General Description......

..360

The London and China Herald-The Tourists'

Guide. The Household Companion ............. C. Falconer & Co., Watch and Chronometer Manufacturers and Jewellers, &c.-William Schmidt & Co., Gun and Rifle Makers.- Bowra & Co., Auctioneers. Shipchandlers, Sailmakers, &c.,-William Wilson & Sons, Export Boot and Shoe Merchants.

.405

H. N. Mody, ill, Share, and General Proker, and Auctioneer.--C. Hochstetter, Watchma- ker and Jeweller, &c.-George Glasse. Vic- toria Dispensary.-Dr. Winn, Surgeon Den- tist.-Win. Dolan, Sail Maker, &c

400 George M. Hart, Commission Agent, and Ge- neral merchant.- Fawcett & Co., Ship Chand- lers. Sail Markers, &c.-Yee look, Builder, Upholsterer, and Cabinet-Maker, &c... J. Frisby. Butcher and Family Grocer.---Riel- feld & Zachariae, Wholesale and Retail Dea- lers in Tobacco and Cigars The Daily Press

.404

407

408

400

Do. Port and Customs Regulations..

.361

Do.

Export of Hemp and Sugar

362

ILOILO, Observations on Trade and Navigation....363

Do. General Commercial Information.

365

OPIUM SALES to be held in Calcutta, in 1868.

.367

Polymetrical Table of Distances.

.368

Distance in Nautical Miles from Shanghai to

towns on the Yangtze,

.369

The Stag Hotel.-Joseph Gillott's Celebrated

Steel Pens.-E. Breffit & Co.'s Glass Works..410 Ellwood & Sons' Air-Chamber Hats and Hel

mets.-T. Morson & Son's Pepsine ...... Dieta & Co., Petroleum and Kerosene Lamp Manufacturers.-Samson Barnett's Soda wa- ter and Lemonade Machines.-Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits..

.412

.411

Distance in Nautical Miles by the shortest route

from Flongkong to Shanghai..

.370

Morel Brothers, Wine Merchants and Italian

Warehousemen

.413

POST OFFICE NOTIFICATIONS.

.371

RATES OF POSTAGE to the United Kingdom.........372

Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles, Sauces, Jams, &c..414 The London Assurance Corporation..............

.415

PREFACE.

CONSIDERABLE exertions have been made to bring out the present, or Sixth Annual edition of the Chronicle & Directory as soon after the commencement of the year as possible, and the publisher has the satisfaction of placing it in the hands of Subscribers at a much earlier date than that at which it has usually been produced. This result has been accomplished in spite of the fact that the sweeping changes of the last twelve months have greatly enhanced the difficulty of correcting the various lists of Foreign Residents and Mercantile Firms. In revising these lists the work of eliminating former residents, who have left China, has been even more troublesome than that of adding the names of new arrivals. The lists extend over a smaller number of pages than they covered last year, but it must not be supposed that they are less accurate on that account. On the contrary, they reach a far closer approxima- tion to perfect accuracy than they have ever attained before.

     In addition to the usual lists it will be observed that one more, the utility of which is obvious, has been compiled this year. This is a list of over Five Hundred Chinese Hongs in Hongkong, all doing business with Foreigners. These Hongs have been classified in accordance with their various specialités, and the leading native Houses, engaged in each kind of Trade, are thus presented at one view.

In compliance with a wish expressed by a considerable number of Subscribers, the publisher has brought out the Directory this year in two separate forms. The Directory proper is published by itself at $3; and the complete Volume, including all the valuable records which have been accumulated during the last six years, besides the additional tables and information relating to the current year, at $5. Although the reception which has been accorded to the publication in its complete form shows that the value of the "Chronicle" has been appreciated, there are no doubt many persons desirous of possessing a copy of the "Directory," who are yet unwilling to pay the full price of the entire Volume. To meet their requirements the new arrangement has been adopted.

The publication of the Directory has been delayed a day or two in order that the new mail Time Tables might be inserted. These tables, which have but just been received in Hongkong, show the arrangements which have been made under the new contract with the P. and O. S. N. Co.

     The firm establishment of the work in public favor renders it unnecessary to reiterate the claims which it may now fairly make to the support of foreign Mer- cantile communities in China and Japan.

The Daily Press Office,

Hongkong, January 13th, 1868.

Cocola

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Anglo-Chinese Calendar, for 1868.

(LEAP YEAR.)

BEING XXXI & XXXII OF QUEEN VICTORIA,

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REMARKS RESPECTING THE TIDES

Between Canton, Hongkong, and Macao.

      In the absence of complete tide tables, the following table and remarks may be found serviceable.

PLACES.

Latitude North.

Longitude Time of |East of Grwch.|| high water.

Rise of

Tide.

lrs.

min.

feet.

Macao

22° li 30!

113°32/30° 10

10

3

Lankeet

22 41 30

113 38 15

Anunghoy

22 43 15

113 30 30

Second Bar Creek

22 58 30

113 32 15

Whampoa

23 5 45

Cauton

23 7

113 24 0 113 15 0 *

N N N

Lintin

Hongkong

22 24 30 22 21

113 48 0 12 114 18 0

10

C &

15

6 to 8

30

50

+ to 5

18

71

      The flood tide, when regular (which is seldom), ruas round Cabreta Point towards the town of Macas; but a little outside of the Point it sets along the land to the north, across the bay, until it meets the tide from Capsing-moon (of Kapshui-moon, the swift water passage) above Lintin, when it flows in a direct channel towards the Bogue. The velocity of the flood tide in Macao Roads is about 24 miles in the north-east monsoon and moderate weather; but when it blows strong from the northward there is no apparent flood. The ebb then runs at the rate of 3 to 34 and 4 miles when the water is falling by the land. The ebb tide sets out from the town of Macao much in the same way as the food comes in, with the difference of runding a little more to the westward along the shore, before it takes the southerly direction: the later part of this tile is the sefore the best time for boats to start for Lintin or Caston, with a contrary wind, as they then get out far enough to have all the food to work to the northward with.

      The tides at Lintin rus noch and south, or nearly so, The velocity of the cbb, in the mortit-cast monssou, when blowing strong, is much the same as in Macao Hods but there is always a perceptible flood of 1 or 14 miles. During the height of the south- west monsoon, the ebb runs at times at the rate of 6 and 61⁄2 mães, after heavy rains; at that season the floods are very weak.

CHINESE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

MONIES.-Accounts are kopi at Canto 1 in frels, mace, cunduriaes, and cash; the tas being divided into 10 mace, 13) candariacs, or 1,80 cash. There is but one kind > money made in China, enlled cash, which is not coined, but east, and which is only used for small payments; it is composed of six parts of copper and four of lead; it is round, marked on one side, and rather razvod at the edges, with a square hole in the middle, These picces are commonly carried liko beads, on a string of wire, A tack of of fines ver should be worth 1,000 cash: but, on account of their convenience for common use, their price is sometimes so much raised that only 750 cash are given for the tael.

Foreign coms, however, circalate here, particularly Spanish dollars; and for small change they are cut into very exhot proportions, but allerwards weighed ; for which pur-

• The Pool ceases rising at this hour, but the stream in the middl' the river runs up a considerable time longer.-Horsbury.

CHINESE WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

pose merchants generally carry scales, called dotchin, made somewhat after the plan of the English steelyards.

     The tarl used to be reckoned at 6s. 8d. sterling in the books of the East India Company; but its value varies, and is generally computed according to the price paid per ounce for Spanish dollars in London. The tables given for this proportional valué may be calculated in pence sterling, by the multiplier 1,208. Thus, if the price of the Spanish dollars be 60d, per ounce, the value of the tael will be 60 × 1,208 72-48d.; if at 60d., the value of the tael will be 79-728d.; and for any other price in the same proportion.

FINENESS OF GOLD AND SILVER.-The fineness of gold and silver is expressed by dividing the weight into 100 parts, called toques, or touch; similar to the modern practice of France. Thus, if an ingot be 93 touch, it is understood to contain 7 parts of alloy and 93 of pure metal, making in the whole 100.

The fineness of the precious metals, expressed in these decimal proportions, may be converted into English proportions by the following analogies:-Suppose gold is 99-66 touch, say, as 100: 9166: ; 12: 11, the standard, and cice versa; and to convert standard silver into touch, say, as 240: 222: : 100; 92:5, the touch of sterling silver. Pure gold or silver without alloy is called by the Chinese sycce; and sometimes when of less purity the metal is accepted as sycee.

     SILVER INGOTS are used as money, and weigh from half a tael to 100 taels, their value being determined by their weight. These ingots are of the best sort of silver; that is, about 94 touch.

     GOLD INCOTS.-Gold is not considered as money, but as merchandise; it is sold in regular ingots of a determined weight, which the English call shoes of gold; the largest of these weigh 10 taels cach; and the gold is reckoned 94 touch, though it may be only

92 or 93.

To bring ounces into taels, divide the ounces by 1.208.

     WEIGHTS.-Gold and silver are weighed by catty of 16 taels; the tael is divided into 10 mace, 100 candarines, or 1,000 cash. 100 taels are reckoned to weigh 120 oz. 16 dwts. Troy, which makes the tacl equal to 579-8 English grains, or 37-566 grammes.

The principal weights for merchandise are the picul, the eatty, and the tael; the picul being divided into 100 catties, or 1,600 taels.

 1 Tael weighs, avoirdupois.. 16 Taels, or 1 catty....

100 Catties, or 1 picul..

Ibs. OZ.

dwte.

0 1

5 333:

1 oz.

1

5

5333 1 lb.

133 5 5:333=1334 lbs.

Hence the picul weighs 60:472 kilogrammes, or 162 lbs. 0 oz. 8 dwts. 13 grs. Troy.

The above weights are sometimes otherwise denominated, especially by the natives; thus, the catty is called gin; the tael, lyang: the mace, tehen; the candarine, fivan; and

the cash, lis.

     There are no commercial measures in China, as all dry goods and liquids are sold by weight. In delivering a cargo English weights are used, and afterwards turned into Chinese piculs and catties.

LONG MEASURE.-That used in China is the covid or cobre; it is divided into 10 punts, and is equal to 0-3713 metres, or 14.625 English inches.

The Chinese have four different measures answering to the foot, viz. :-

Metres. Eng. inches.

The foot of the mathematical tribunal The builders' foot, called congou. The tailors' and tradesmen's foot.

0383

13.125

0.3228

12.7

0:3383

13:33

0:3211

12.65

The foot used by engineers...

The li contains 180 fathomis, cach 10 feet of the last mentioned length; therefore the li=1897) English feet; 1923 is measure a mean degree of the meridian nearly; but European missionaries in China have divided the degree into 200 lis, each li making 1,826 English feet; which gives the degree 69-166 English miles, or 11:131 French myriametres.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

Adjustment of the Calendar.

     Julius Cæsar was the first to attempt to adjust the length of the year with any degree of accuracy, and fixed it at 365 days 6 hours; introducing a day every fourth year (called Leap Year), which accordingly consists of 366 days, while the three others have only 365 days each.

From him it was called the Julian Year, and it continued in general use till the year 1582, when Pope Gregory XIII. undertook to rectify the error which then existed between the Julian year of 365 days and the solar year of 365-24222013 days. At that time the difference amounted to ten days; he accordingly commanded the ten days between the 4th and 15th October in that year to be struck out, so that the 5th day was called the 15th. This alteration has been introduced throughout Europe, except in Russia and by the Greek Church, and the year was afterwards called the Gregorian Year, or New Style. In England the method of reckoning after the New Style was not admitted into the Calendar till the year 1752, when the error amounted to nearly eleven days, which were taken from the month of September, by calling the 3rd of that month the 14th, and it was settled by Act of Parliament (24 Geo. II., 1751), that the years 1800, 1900, 2100 2200, 2300, and every hundredth year of our Lord which shall happen in time to com shall be computed as each consisting of 365 days only, excepting every fourth hundredth year, whereof the year 2000 should be the first.

      By the same Act of Parliament the Legal beginning of the year was changed from the 25th of March to the 1st of January, so that the succeeding months of January, February, and March, up to the 24th day, which by the Old Style would have been reckoned part of the year 1762, were accounted as the three first months of 1763, which is the reason we sometimes meet with such a date as:-

March 10th, 1774-75.

That is, according to the Old Style, it is 1774, according to the New 1775.

Golden Number.

Epact.

Solar Cycle..

7

Dominical Letter......

6

Roman Indiction..

1 Julian Period....

ED

.11

....6581 The Solar Cycle, or Cycle of the Sun, is a period of 28 years, which after all the Dominical letters return in the same order as they did during the 28 years before. The first year of the Christian Era is the tenth of this Cycle.

The Lunar Cycle, or Cycle of the Moon, commonly called the Golden number, and sometimes the Metonic Cycle (from Metou, an Athenian philosopher, who invented it about 432 years before the Birth of Christ), is a revolution of 19 years, in which time the conjunctions, oppositious, and other aspects of the Moon are within an hour and a half of being the same as they were on the same days of the mouths 19 years before. Prime, or Golden number, is the number of years clapsed in this Cycle. Before the Birth of Christ two years of this Cycle had elapsed.

The

The Roman indiction is a period of 15 years, and used by the Romans for the time of taxing their provinces. Three years of one of these Cycles had elapsed before the Birth of Christ.

     The Julian period contains 7989 years, and arises from multiplying together 28, 19, and 15, being the Cycles of the Sun, Moon, and Indiction. This was contrived by Joseph Juste Scaliger, in 1583, for Chronological purposes, and is assumed as a fixed era in calculations by all Astronomers and Chronologers throughout the Christian world. beginning is placed 710 years before the usual date of the creation of the world, or 4714 before the commencement of the Christian era.

Its

A Solar (average) day is. A Sidereal day is....

A Lunar (average) day is. An average Tidal day is.

+

·

TIME.

DAYS.

Hrs. Min. Sec.

24 00 0·00

23 66

4. 9

24 52 0·00

24 48 0:00

ECLIPSES -FESTIVAL DAYS.

6

A Lumar sidereal month is..

synodic

MONTHS.

tropical

anomalistic

nodal

"

་་

Moon's inclination to the Ecliptic.

Excentricity

Distance from the earth in radii..

The anomalistic year is.

A sidereal year is...

A common, or tropical year is.

·

A lunar year is

Days

Hrs.

Min.

Nec.

27

7

43

11.5

29 12

44

2.87

27 7 43 4.7

27 13

18 374

27 5 5 36

00

50 8 47.9

00548442

60-67

YEARS.

Days Hrs.

Min.

Sec.

.565

13

49-3

365

g

13-7

.$65

48

49.7

364

48

34:44

ECLIPSES.

In the your 1968 there will be two Eclipses of the Son, and a transit of Mercury over the Sun's dise,

February 22-3. Annular Eclipso of Sun, invisible at Greenwich, although visible throughout the greater portions of Africa and South America, Spain, Portugal, &c.

     August 17.--Total Eclipse of Sun, invisible at Greenwich, but visible in Australia, the southern portion of Asia, and the East of Africa.

November 5.-A transit of Mercury, partly visible at Greenwich, 6.12 a.m.

RULES TO KNOW WHEN THE MOVEABLE FEASTS Occur.

Eester Day, on which the rest depends, is always the first Study after the first full moon, which happens after the 21st day of March, If the full moon happens upon a Smodag, Wisfy Dy is the Sundog after. Adrat Sonday is always the nearest Sun- day to the Feast of St. Andreic, whether before or after.

Rogation Sunday is Five weeks after Easter. Whit Sunday is Seven weeks after Easter. Ascension Day is Forty days after Easter. Trinity Sunday is Eight weeks after Easter.

Luciasive.

FIXED AND MOVEABLE FESTIVALS, ANNIVERSARIES,

ETC., ETC.

+

Epiphany...

Septuagesima Svuday,

..Jan. 6) Ascension Day; Holy Thursday May 21

Feb. 9 Birth of Queen Victoria....

Quinquagpsima-Shrove Sunday Feb. 23 Ash Wednesday...

}

Praterost--Whit Sruday..

Corpus Christi..

.. Feb. 26 Trinity Sunday...

Quadrugoxing -- 1st Sun, in Lout Mar. 1

St. David...

St. Patrick.

Annunciation-Lady day.. Palm Sunday....

Good Friday

EASTER SUNDAY.

Low Sunday...

St. George...

Rogation Sunday.....

}

May 24

F

..May 31

..June 7

..June 11

.June 21

Accession of Queen Victoria....June 20 Mar. 17 Proclamation..

. Mar. 25 | St. John Bapt. Midsum. Day.... June 24 St. Michael-Michaelmas Day....Sept. 29

. April 5

April 10

Birth of Prince of Wales.

April 12

1st Sunday in Advent....

April 19

St. Andrew.

April 23

St. Thomas.

...May 17

Christmas Day..

.Nov. 9

.Nov. 29

.Nov. 30

....Dec. 21

.Dec. 25

E

JEWISH CALENDAR. BIRTHDAYS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY,

7

1968.

Jan.

5 Fast of Tebet.....

JEWISH CALENDAR.

#

Tebet 10 Aug. 18, 19 New Moon...

5628.

Mar.

July

25 New Moon..

Feb. 23, 24

Do.

5 Fast of Esther..

8, 0 Purim.

24 New Moon

7, 8 Passover

Apr. 22, 23 New Moon.

May 22

Do.

27, 28 Sebust....

June 20, 21 Now Moon...

7 Fast of Tamuz. 20 New Moon

bebat } .30, Adar 1

Sept.

17 New Year

11 14, 15 Nisan 1

Oct.

15, 16

30. Yiar 1

20 Fast of Guedaliah 28 Kipur.

1 Tabernaele

7 Hosana Raba

8, 9 Fenst of 8th Day

30, Elul 1

5620. Tisri 1

10

15. It 21 22, 23

Sivan 1

16 New Moon...

30

B.

Nov.

15 Do

Kislev 1

30, Tumuz

1

Dee.

9 Hanura..

25

17

14

15 New Moon..

30, Tebet 1

Ab

24 Fast of Tebet.

10

28 Fast of Ab.

9

Queen Victoria, ..

BIRTHDAYS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY,

Date of Birth and Age of voch in 1868.

                May 24, 1919 Princess RI. F. W. Prus........... Nov. 21, 1810

(Married January 25, 1858, to

Crown Prince of Prussia).

Prince of Wales.

19 TS 28

Princess Helena Augusta Victoria

May 25, 1816

22 yrs.

Nov. 9, 1911

27

(Marrie? March 10, 1803, to

Alex. Prs. of Denmark).

Their son Prince Albert Victor

Charles Edward.

Their son Prince George Fred.

Ernest Albert

Jan. 9, 1861

June 3, 1865

3

Feb. 20, 1867

Their da. Prs. Louise Victoria

Alexandra Pagınar.

Princess Louis of Hesse-Hesse. Ap.25, 1813

(Married July 1, 1862. to Prince

Louis of Hesse-Hesse),

Prince Alfred Enst. Albert. Aug. 6, 1814 21

(Maried July 8, 1968, to Prince Christian of Schleswig-Hols- tein).

Princes Louisa Careline Alkarta

Prince Arthur William Patrick Al-

March 14, 1818

bert

"

May 1, 1850

18

Prince Leopold George Duncan Al-

bert

April 7, 1853

200 10

་་

""

19

Princess Beatrice Mary Vict. Féodore

April 14, 1837

13

Duke of Cambridge.................... Duchess of Mecklenburgh

Mar. 28, 1819 July 19. 1822

19

"

46

""

"Nov. 27, 1833

35

"7

July 25, 1797

71

Princess of Teck

3 Duchess of Cambridge

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

JANUARY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

(For Civil Mean Time at Hongkong.)

d. h.

d.

h. 112.

m.

First Quarter

3 11 39 A.M.

Last Quarter 17

0 40 A.M.

Full Moon

10 6 29 A.M.

New Moon 25

2

54 A.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

"OF THE OF THE

OF THE

12th & 1st

WEEK. MONTH MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Wed.

1

7

Circumcision.

Thur.

2

8

Frid.

3

9

Lin Taihsu appointed Commissioner, 1839.

Sat.

4

10

Sun.

5

11

Mon.

6

12

Tues.

7

13

Li Singyuen appointed Imperial Commissioner in Kwangsi, 1851.

2nd Sunday after Christmas. Commissioner Yeh captured, 1858.

Epiphany.

Forts at Chuenpi taken with great slaughter, 1981.

Wed.

8

14

Ice one-fourth inch thick at Canton, 1852. Gunner of the "

at Canton, 1785.

Lady Hughes" strangled

Thur.

9

15

Frid.

10

16

Sat.

11

17

Sun. 12

18

Let Sunday after Epiphany.

Mon.

13

19

Tues.

14

20

Wed. 15

21

Thur.

16

22

Frid. 17

23

Great Gunpowder explosion in Hongkong harbour, 19837.

Sat.

18

24

Sun.

19

25

Mon. 20

26

2nd Sunday after Epiphany. Elliot and Kishen treaty, ceding Hongkong, 1841.

Steamer "Corcu" lost on her voyage to Yokohamas, 1987.

Tues. 21

27

Wed. 22

28

Thur. 23

29

Frid. 24

30

Sat.

25

1

Sun. 26

Princess Royal married, 1859. Chinese New Year's day.

3rd Sunday after Epiphany. Hongkong taken possession of, 1841. St. Paul's Churck a t

Macao burnt, 1835.

Mon. 27

Tues. 28

Wed. 29

5

Napoleon III. Married, 1853.

"Thur

30

6

Lord Saltoun leaves Chins with $3,000,000 ransom money, 1848.

Frid. 31

7

First arrival of the " Colorado" from San Francisco, 1887. Man-day.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

JANUARY-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 10 days, 10 hours A.M. APOGEE, 24 days, 3 hours A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum. Minimum

.60

.59

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE OF THE

OF THE

12th & 1st

WEEK. MONTH.MOONS.

Wed.

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

1 2 3 →

7

8

9

4

10

Sun.

11

Mon.

6

12

Tues.

7

13

Wed.

8

14

Thur.

15

Frid.

10

16

Sat.

11

17

Sun. 12

18

Mon.

13

19

Tues.

14

20

Wed. 15

21

Thur.

16

22

Frid. 17

23

Sat.

18

24

Sun. 19

25

Mon. 20

26

Tues. 21

27

Wed. 22

28

Thur.

29

Frid. 24

30

Sat.

25

1

Sun.

26

2

Mon.

27

3

Tues. 28

4

Wed. 29

5

Thur. 30

6

Frid.

31

7

1867.

Maximum.

.67

Minimum.

43

Memoranda.

10

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

FEBRUARY-29 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

d. h.

ዝ.

774.

First Quarter 2

I

52 A.M.

Last Quarter

15 4

53 P.M.

Full Moon

8 5 11 P.M.

New Moon

23 9

57 P.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH.] MOONS.

1st & 2nd]

Chronology of Remarkable Events,

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

Sun.

1

= 2 * *

∞ a

3

10

Inhabitants of Hongkong declared. British subjects, 1841.

Ath after Epiphany. Yuh-Ilwang Shangti's Birthday.

H. B. M. aloop "Hyacinth" entered inner harbour of Macao, 1840).

11

12

13

14

Mahomedan Holiday,--Roja Eed.

8

15

Chinese Feast of Lanterns,

9

16

Septuagesima,

Mon.

10

17

Tues. 11

18

Wed.

12

19

Thur. 13

20

Frid.

14

21

St. Valentine's day.

Sat.

15

22

Sun. 16

23

Chiu Apo seized on Chinese territory and carried to Hongkong. 1851. Sexagesima. Ports of Hongkong and Tinghai declared free, 1841.

Mon. 17

24

Tues. 18

25

Wed. 19

26

Jefferson Davis inaugurated President of the Insurgent States, 1861. First day of Hongkong Races, 1867.

Thur. 20

27

Frid. 21

28

Medical Missionary Society organised at Canton, 1838.

Sat.

22

29

George Washington born, 1732. Taoukwang died 1850 (reigned 30 years.)

Sun.

Mon.

Tues. 25

Wed.

Thur. 27

Frid. 28

Sat.

******8

23

1

Quinquagesima. First stone of the Hongkong City Hall laid, 1867,

24

2

3

Household God born.

Shrove Tuesday. Captain Da Costa and Lieut. Dwyer murdered at Wong-ma-kok, on

Hongkong, 1849. Rewards offered for Englishmen by Lin, 181.

26

4

Ash Wednesday.

5

6

29

7

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

FEBRUARY-29 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 7 days, 11 hours P.M. APOGEE, 20 days, 11 hours A.M.

HONGKONG

TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum Minimuun

1867.

.58

Maximum.

55

72

Minimumu.

.48

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

1st & 2nd

Sat.

Sun.

9

Mon.

10

Tues.

11

Wed.

12

Thur.

13

Frid.

14

Sat.

15

Sun.

16

Mon.

10

17

Tues.

11

18

Wed. 12

19

Thur.

13

20

Frid.

14

21

Sat.

15

22

SAR.

16

23

Mon.

17

24

Tues. 18

25

Wed.

19

26

Thur. 20

27

Frid.

21

28

Sat.

22

29

.Sun.

23

1

Mon.

24

Tues. 25

Wed. 26

Thur.

27

Frid.

28

6

Sat.

29

7

Memoranda.

11

12

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

MARCH-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

d. h.

m.

First Quarter 2

0

25 P.M.

Last Quarter New Moon

16 11 05 A.M.

24 2 35 P.M.

Full Moon 9 3

5S A.M.

First Quarter 31 8 02 P.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

2nd & 3rd

WEEK. MONTH.}MOONS.

Chronology of Remurkable Events.

Sun.

1

8

1st. Sunday in Lent. St. David's day.

Mon.

2

9

Tues.

3

10

Imperial Commissioner Ilipu died at Canton, 1853.

Wed.

4

11

Abraham Lincolu inaugurated President of the United States, 1861.

Thur.

5

12

Frid.

13

Hungshing born.

Sat.

14

Sun.

15

Mon.

9

16

Tues.

10

17

2nd Sunday in Lent, Jewish feast of Purim-first day.

First naval battle between Monitor and Iron Clad vessels fought, in Hampton Roads.

Feast of Purim-Second day.

Prince of Wales married, 1883, Lin arrived in Canton, 1839.

Wed. 11

18

Gov, MacDonnell arrived in Hongkong, 1866,

Thur.

12

19

Kwanyin birthday.

Frid.

13

20

Chinese Custom House closed at Macao, 1848.

Sat.

14

21

Sun. 15

22

3rd. Sunday in Lent. Governor Robinson left Hongkong for Ceylon, 1885.

Mon.

16

23

Prince Imperial of France born, 1856.

Tues. 17

24

St. Patrick's Day. Macartney's Embassy leaves China, 1794.

Wed. 18

25

Thur. 19

26

Foreigners detained in Canton by Lin, 1839.

Frid. 20

27

Gov. Bonham landed at Hongkong, 1848.

Sat.

21

28

Sun.

22

29

4th Sunday in Lent. British ship "Sarab" first free-trader, sailed from Whampoa,

1834.

Mon. 23

30

Kiying appointed Commander-in-chief, 1842.

Tues. 24

1

Captain Elliot forced his way to Canton, 1839.

Wed. 25

Lady day.

Thur.

26

3

Frid.

27

4

Sat.

28

20,289 Chests of Opium, in number, burned by Lin, 1839.

Sun.

29

6

5th Sunday in Lent.

Mon.

30

7

Tues. 31

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

MARCH-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 7 days, 7 hours A.M.

APOGEE, 19 days, 5 hours A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

1867.

Maximum. Minimum

65 .58

Maximum.

76

Minimum.

56

DAY

DAY

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

2nd & 3rd

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

1

8

4 5 6 4 CO 2 J

9

10

11

12

6

13

14

Sun.

15

Mon.

9

16

Tues.

10

17

Wed.

11

18

Thur.

12

19

Frid.

13

20

Sat.

14

21

Sun.

15

22

Mon.

16

23

Tues.

17

24

Wed.

18

25

Thur.

19

26

Frid.

20

27

Sat.

21

28

Sun.

22

29

Mon.

23

30

Tues.

24

1

Wed.

25

2

Thur.

26

Frid.

27

Sat.

28

Sun.

29

Mon.

30

7

Tues.

31

Memoranda.

ممممC

13

14

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

APRIL-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. mi.

Full Moon

7 2 53 P.M.

Last Quarter 15

6 11 A.M.

d. h. m.

New Moon

23 3 56 A.M.

First Quarter 30 1 54 A.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS,

Chronology of Remarkable Erents,

3rd & 4thị

1

Wed.

Thar.

10

Prince Kung degraded by the Empress Dowager, 1×65,

Frid.

11

Richmond, the insurgent Capital, exptured by Union forces, 1885,

Sat.

12

Festival of the Tombs.

Sun.

13

Palm Søndag,

Mon.

14

Tues.

15

Jewish feast- Passover.

Wed.

16

Insurgent army under Lee surrendered to Union nimy under General Grant, Istá.

Thur.

17

Tril.

Good Ferday. Koying appointed Imperial Commissioner, is12.

Sat.

19

Sim.

20

Easter Seslay, Bombardment of Fort Sumter and civil war con uenced, 1961.

Mon.

21

Yh..

Tues.

Wed.

15

23

Thur.

16

21

Frid.

17

Fungwan end. Koding, arrive in Cintia to een mind (h nëse trojs, 1941. President Lancelin assassinated, 1965,

Easter Teria begins. Queen of Heaven, born,

Aften på to at-assinate the Emperor of Russia by Karskozefl, haossian Peasint, 1968,

Sir H. Parkes first visit to Osaka, 1867.

Sat.

13

Sun.

19

27

1st Sunday after Easter.

Mon.

20

28

Napoleon III. born, 1908.

Tues.

21

29

Wed. 22

30

E. I. Co. ceased trade with China, 1534.

Thur.

St. George's Day.

Frid.

Sat.

Sun.

Mou.

27

2nd Svaday after Easter.

Turg-chi, En.peror of China, born 1857.

Turs.

28

Thu.

Wed. 29

30

Capt. Caine appointed ab'-fungistrate of H.

De-Ead of Padba.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

APRIL-30 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 3 days, Midnight. APOGEE, 15 days, Midnight.

PERIGEE, 29 days, 11 hours A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum

73

Minimum.

69

DAY

|

DAY

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

3rd & 4th

:

WEEK. MONTH, MOONS.

Wed.

9

Thur.

10

Frid.

11

Sat.

12

Sun.

13

Mon.

6

14

Tues.

15

Wed.

16

Thur.

9

17

Frid.

10

Sat.

11

19

Siur.

12

20

Mon.

13

Tues.

14

22

Wed. 15

23

Thur. 16

24

Frid.

17

Sat.

18

Spa. 19

27

Mon. 20

Tues. 21

29

Wed. 22

80

Thur. 28

Frid.

Sat.

25

Sun. 26

Mon.

27

Tues.

Wed. 20

Thur. 30

1867.

Maximun.

.81

Minimum

.57

Memoranda.

15

16

THE CALENDAR FOR 1863.

MAY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

d.

h. m.

m.

Full Moon

7 2

13 A.M.

New Moon 22 2

12 P.M.

Last Quarter 15

0

51 A.M.

First Quarter 29 7

18 A.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

4th & Int.

WEEK. | MONTH | MOONS.

Frid.

9

Sat.

10

Sun.

11

3rd Sunday after Euster.

Mon.

12

Tues.

13

Wed.

14

Thur.

15

Borlase raid at Swatow, 1981. Express Eugenie born, 1428. Brit. troops erscuste-

Ningpo, 1812. Str. "Iron Prince" attacked by pirates.

Holiday.

Hongkong Mint opened, 1866.

Maborum Mahomedan

Frid.

16

Prince Kung's honours restored, 1845.

Sat.

9

17

Sun.

10

18

4th Siaday after Rader. Ascension day. Attempt to assassinate Count Ismark by

Karl Bliti, a student of the University of Berlin, 1868.

Mon. 11

19

Tues. 12

20

Wed. 13

21

Thur. 14

22

Frid. 15

23

Sat.

16

24

Mahomedan Holiday.

Sun.

17 25

Rogation Sunday. Mahomedan Holiday,

Mon. 18

26

Tues. 19

27

Wed.

20

28

Forts at mouth of Peiho captured by British and French forces, 1858.

Thur. 21

29

Frid.

22

1

Sat.

23

Sun.

24

Ascension Day. Holy Thursday. Delivery of 20,243 chests Opium completed, 1839. Foreign factories at Canton pillaged, 1841.

U. 8. A. Legation at Yeddo burned down, 1883.

1st Sunday after Ascension. Queen Victoria born, 1×19. Seamen's Hospital Hongkong

opened, 1866.

Mon. 25

Tues. 26

5

Wed. 27

6

Canton ransomed for $6,000,000, 1841.

Thur.

28

7

Frid. 29

8

Sat.

30

9

Sun.

31

10

H. B. M. screw sloop "Reynard" lost on the Pratas shoal in trying to rescue remainder-

of crew of "Velcripøde, ̈ 1851. Whitsun Sunday.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

MAY-31 DAYS.

APOGEE 13 days, 7 hours P.M. PERIGEE, 25 days, 5 hours P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum. Minimum.

.81

78

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

14th & Int.

Frid.

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thur.

1 2 3

9

10

11

12

OL OT

13

14

Frid.

1 00

15

16

Sat.

17

Sun.

10

18

Mon. 11

19

Tues.

12

20

Wed. 13

21

Thur. 14

22

Frid.

15

23

Sat.

16

24

Sun.

17

25

Mon.

18

26

Tues. 19

27

Wed. 20

29

Thur. 21

29

Frid. 22

1

Sat.

23

Sun.

24

Mon.

25

Tues. 26

45

Wed. 27

Thur. 28

7

Frid.

29

8

Sat.

30

9

Sun.

31

10

1867.

Maximum..

87

Minimum

72

Memoranda,

17

18

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

JUNE-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

m.

d. h. m.

Full Moon

5 2

31

P.M.

New Moon

20.10 21 P.M.

Last Quarter 13 5

50

P.M.

First Quarter 27 1 27

P.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

Int. & 5th,

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Mon.

11

Tues.

12

Wed.

13

Thur.

14

Frid.

15

Sat.

16

Sun.

17

| Trinity Sunday,

Mon.

18

Tues.

9

19

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.!

1 2 3 10 tot ∞ a

Whit Monday,

Terrible earthquake at Manila, destroying the town and killing more than 2,000 per-

sons, 1983,

The Governor of Kwang-tung, Tsiang, arrived at Canton, 1866.

Wed. 10

20

Thur. 11

21

Portuguese prohibited trading at Canton, 1640, St. Barnabas.

Fril.

12

22

Sat.

13

23

Sun

Ast Sunday after Trinity. Rugsian and Chinese treaty, 1728.

14

24

Mon. 15

25

Four pirstes concerned in the attack an Iron "Prince" executed, 1992. Great opium swindle, 1982. Hope Dock opened at Aberdeen, 1867.

Tues. 16

26

Wusung taken, 1942.

Wed. 17

27

Thur. 18

28

   Frid. 19 Sat.

20 Sun. 21 Mon.

Tues. 23

Wed. 24

Thur. 25

Frid. 26

Sat

27

Sun.

28

Mon.

10

"Turs.

30

11

Explosion of the "Union Star" at Shanghai. 17 persons killed, and 10 wounded, 1963. Shanghai occupied by British forces, 1942. Stanford convicted and sentenced to eight

years' pentai servitude, 1962.

Accession of Queen Victoria, 1937. Macartney's embassy arrived, 1793.

2nd Sunday after Trinity.

Canton blockaded by English firess, 1913. Commercial Bank suspended, 1986. Decla-

ration of war issued by Prussia against Austria, 1958,

Kiving visits Hồng.ong, 1813. Destruction of 20,243 chests Opium completed by Lán

at the Bogne, 18339,

St. John the Baptist. Midsunumer day. Total Defeat of the Italian army under Victer

Emmanuel, by the Austrians under Archduke Albrecht, at Custozza, 1966. Taiping Wong, chief rebei, behended.

Treaty of Nauding exchanged at Hongkong, 1943. Murderous attack on the British

Legation at Yeudo, 1952.

Confiscation of the Str. "Prince Albert" by the British Consul and Customs, at Canton,

1866.

3rd Sunday after Trinity,

St. Peter.

British expedition to China arrived, 1819. Typhoon near Hongkong 1965, in which the P. &. O. Co's Steamer "Crea" and Mr. D. Lopraik`s Str. "Chautvelser" were lost with all hands. Agra tank suspended. 1866.

Nors. --Chinese festivals, &c., in the Intercalary Moon are the same as the preceding Moon,

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

JUNE-30 DAYS.

APOGEE, 10 days, Noon. PERIGEE, 22 days, 2 hours P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum. Minimum

81

...

.79

DAY

DAY

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

Int. & 5th

WEEK. MONTH | MOONS.

Mon.

1

11

Tues.

2

12

Wed.

3

13

Thur.

14

Frid.

15

Sat.

16

Sun.

17

Mon.

8

18

Tues.

9

19

Wed.

10

20

Thur.

11

21

Frid.

12

22

Sat.

13

23

Sun.

14

24

Mon.

15

25

Tues.

16

26

Wed. 17

27

Thur. 18

28

Frid.

19

29

Sat.

20

Sun.

21

Mon.

22

Tues.

23

* 3 &

Wed.

24

Thur. 23

Frid.

26

7

Sat.

27

8

Sun.

28

9

Mon.

29

10

Tues. 30

11

1867.

Maximum..

.87

Minimum

.74

Memoranda.

19

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

JULY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES,

d. h.

m.

d.

h.

M..

Full Moon

5 4

16 A.M.

New Moon 20 5

33 A.M.

Last quarter 13

8

17 A.M.

First Quarter 26 9 28 P.M.

• DAY DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

15th & 6th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

|

•Wed.

Thur.

Frid.

20 20 1

12

13

3

14

Sat.

15

Sun.

Mon.

10 30

16

Qwante's birth-day.

Treaty of Wanghis with the United States signed, 1844. Defeat of the Austrians under Field Marshal Benedek, by the Prussian Army, under the Command-in-chief of King William ist. at Sadowa or Köningsgratz, 1968. American Independence declared, 1776. The 51st Anniversary of American independence, both John Adams and Thomas Jeffer- son died, 1825. Battle of Gettysburg, insurgents routed, 1863. Vicksburgh cap. tured by Union forces under General Grant, 1863,

4th Sunday after Trinity. Tingbai first taken, 1840. Attack on British Embassy at Yeddo, 1861. Cession of Venetia by the Austrians to the Emperor Napoleon, 1866.

6

17

Tues.

7

18

Wed.

8

19

Thur.

9

20

Frid.

10

21

Sat.

11

Sun.

12

23

Amherst's embassy arrived, 1816.

5th Sunday after Trinity. First English ship reached China, 1835. Str. "Folkien

wrecked on "Fisherman's Group, 1503.

Mon.

13

24

Tues.

14

25

Wed.

15

26

Lord Napier and Suite arrived in China, 1834.

Thur.

16

27

British trade with China re-opened, 1842.

Frid.

17

28

Sat.

18

29

Sun.

19

30

6th Sunday after Trinity.

Mon.

20

1

Tues. 21

2

Wed.

22

3

Thur.

23

4

A great Sen fight at Lissa. Defeat of the Italian feet, under Admiral Persano, by the

Austrian Squadron under Admiral Tegetshof; two Ironclads sunk, 1866.

Amer, Str. "* Hankow" destroyed by fire at Canton, 1865,

Armistice concluded between Austria, Prussia, and Italy.

Frid.

24

5

Sat.

25

6

St. James.

Sun.

26

7

7th Sunday after Trinity.

Mon.

27

8

at 40,000 persons, 1882.

Tues. 28

9

Terrific typhoon at Canton, Macao, Hongkong, and Whampoa; loss of life estimated

Nankin re-taken by Imperialists, 1884.

Wed. 29

10

Thurs. 30 11

Frid.

31

12

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

JULY-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 8 days, 1 hour A.M. PERIGEE, 20 days, 9 hours P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum

Minimum

..86 .80

DAY

DAY

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

5th & 6th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Wed.

1

12

Thur.

2

13

Frid.

3

14

Sat.

4

15

Sun.

5

16

Mon.

6

17

Tues.

7

18

Wed.

8

19

Thur.

9

20

Frid.

10

21

Sat.

11

22

Sun.

12

23

Mon. 13

24

Tues.

14

25

Wed.

15

26

Thur. 16

27

Frid.

17

28

Sat.

18

29

Sun.

19

30

Mon.

20

1

Tues. 21

Wed. 22

3

Thur. 23

Frid.

24

5

Sat.

25

6

Sun.

26

7

Mon.

27

8

Tues. 28

9

Wed.

29

10

Thar. 30 11

Frid.

31

12

1867.

Maximum.

89

Minimum.

.81

Memoranda.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

AUGUST-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

m.

d.

h. m.

Full Moon

3

7 28

P.M.

New Moon 18

0 43

P.M.

Last Quarter

11 8 4

P.M.

First Quarter 25

8 23

A.M.

DAY

DAY.

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

6th & 7th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.]

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Sat.

Sun.

1 2

13

14

Lammas day. Lupan, God of Carpenters and Masons, born.

8th after Trinity,

Mon.

3

15

Tues.

16

British fleet arrived before. Nankin, 1842.

Wed.

5

17

Thur.

6

18

Frid.

19

Sat.

8

20

Sun.

9

21

9th after Trinity. British squadron arrived off the Peibo, 1840.

Mon. 10

22

Sir H. Pottinger and Admiral Parker arrived, 1841.

Tues.

11

23

Wed. 12

24

Thur. 13

25

174 British prisoners executed on Formosa, 1842.

Frid.

14

26

Sat.

15

27

Sun.

16

28

10th after Trinity. Emperor Hien Fung died, 1981.

Mon. 17

29

Tues. 18

1

From 1st to 15th burning clothes Festival.

Wed. 19

2

Parsee Holiday for six days commences.

Thur. 20

3

Frid. 21

4

Sat.

22

5

Gov. Amaral assassinated, 1849.

Sun.

23

Mon. 24

11th after Trinity. Large meeting in Hongkong to protest against the military contribu. tion demanded by the Home Government, 1864. Treaty of Peace between Austria and Prussia signed at Prague, 1966, Schleswig Holstein, Hesse Cassel, Hanover, Nassau, and Frankfort incorporated with Prussia." St. Bartholomew.

Tues. 25

8

Wed. 26

9

British leave Macao, 1839.

Thur. 27

10

Frid. 28

11

Sat.

29

12

Treaty of Nankin signed, 1842.

Bun.

30

13

Mon.

31

14

12th after Trinity. Conference at Tientsin with Kishen, 1840.

Severe typhoon on Coast of China, many lives lost, and much damage done to Shipping

at Hongkong, Macao, and Whampoa, 1848. Typhoon in Chins Bea, 1881.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

AUGUST-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 4 days, 7 hours A.M. PERIGEE, 18 days, 7 hours A.M.

APOGEE 31 days, 11 hours A.M.

HONGKONG

1866.

 Maximum. Minimum

89

81

DAY DAY

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

[6th & 7th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Sat.

1

13

Sun.

2

14

Mon.

3

15

Tues.

4

16

Wed.

17

Thur.

6

18

Frid.

7

19

Sat.

8

20

Sun.

9

21

Mon.

10

22

Tues.

11

23

Wed.

12

24

Thur.

13

25

Frid.

14

26

Sat.

15

27

Sun.

16

28

Mon.

17

29

Tues.

18

1

Wed.

19

2

Thur.

20

Frid.

21

Sat.

22

Sun.

23

Mon.

24

Tues.

25

8

Wed. 26

9

Thur. 27

10

Frid.

28

11

Sat.

29

12

Sun.

30

13

Mon.

31

14

TEMPERATURE.

1867.

Maximum.

.87

Minimum..

.79

Memoranda.

23

24

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

SEPTEMBER-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

d. h. m.

Full Moon

2 11 34 A.M.

New Moon 16 8 56 P.M.

Last Quarter 10 5

40 A.M.

First Quarter 23 10 58 P.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

-OF THE OF THE

7th & 8th

WEEK. MONTH, MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Tues.

1

15

44

Typhoon, 1848, in which the Isabella Robertson" foundered at Cumsing-moon,

Wed.

16

Thur.

17

Frid.

4

18

Sat.

5

19

Sun.

6

20

Mon,

7

21

Tues.

8

22

Treaty of peace between America and England signed, 1783.

Attack on the forts at Shimonosaki, Japan, by the allied fleets under Admi, Kuper, 1864.

Hongkong Stamp Act passed, 1986.

13th after Trinity. "l'aiping" " Ariel," and "Serica" reached London, 1866.

'Imogene" and "Andromache" passed the Bogue, 1934.

First Typhoon in Hongkong, 1867.

Wed.

9

23

Thur.

10

24

Frid.

11

25

Sat.

12

26

Sun.

13

27

14th after Trinity.

Mon.

14

28

Tues.

15

29

Wed.

16

1

Thur. 17

Frid.

18

Sat.

19

Sun.

20

Mon.

21

1858.

Tues.

22

Wed.

23

8

Jewish New Year's Day.

Parsee Holiday, for five days, commences.

15th after Trinity. P. & O. Company's Steamer, "Singapore"lost on her voyage to

Hakodadi, 1887.

St. Matthew,

Terrific typhoon at Swatow,

Am. Brig "Lubra" taken by pirates, 1866.

Thur.

24

9

Confucius died, B. C. 429.

Frid.

25

10

Sat.

26

11

Sun. 27

12

16th after Trinity. Commissioner Lin degraded, 1840.

Mon. 28

13

Tues. 29

14

Wed.

30

15

Michaelmas Day. Hurricane at Manila causing immense damage to shipping,1865.

"Westminster" lost on Pratas Shoal, 1866. Autumnal Festival.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

SETEMBER-30 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 15 days, 4 hours P.M. APOGEE, 27 days, 9 hours P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum..

Minimum..

84 .78

DAY

DAY

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

7th & 8th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Tues.

1

15

Wed.

2

16

Thur.

3

17

Frid.

18

Sat.

5

19

Sun.

6

20

Mon.

7

21

Tues.

22

Wed.

9

23

Thur. 10

24

Frid. 11

25

Sat.

12

26

Sun.

13

27

Mon.

14

28

Tues.

15

29

Wed. 16

1

Thur,

17

2

Frid. 18

Sat.

19

4

Sun. 20

Mon. 21

Tues. 22

Wed. 23

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.. 26

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed. 30

***********

8

24

9

25

10

11

27

12

28

13

29

14

15

1867.

Maximum,.

Minimum....

.87

77

Memoranda.

25

26

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

OCTOBER-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

d. h.

m.

Full Moon

2 3

34 A.M.

New Moon

16

6

37 A.M.

First Quarter 23 3

18 P.M.

Last Quarter

9 1 49 P.M.

Full Moon

31

6

41 P.M.

DAY

DAY

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

8th & 9th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Thur.

1

16

Frid.

2

17

The "Daily Press" started, 1858. Second Typhoon in Hengkong, 1867.

Great Landship in Tai-ping-shau, 1867.

Sat.

3

18

Sun.

4

19

Treaty of Peace between Austria and Italy signed at Vienna, 1866.

17th after Trinity.

Mon.

5

20

Tues.

21

French expedition left Chefoo for the Cores, 1868.

Wed.

7

22

Thur.

8

23

Supplementary treaty signed at the Bogue, 1848.

Frid.

9

24

Sat.

10

25

Sun.

11

26

Day of Atonement (Jewish festival.)

Shanghai captured, 1841. Chinhai taken, 1811. Fire at Canton, property destroyed

worth $4,000,000, 1831. Hongkong Stamp Act exme into operation, le67.

18th after Trinity. Lord Napier died at Macao, 1834.

Mon. 12

27

Tues. 13

28

Ningpo occupied by British forces, 1941.

Wed. 14

29

"Flora Temple" lost in the China Sea, with upwards of 800 coolies on board, 1852.

Jewish Feast of Tabernacles.

Thur. 15

30

Ball at Macao, 1866, in honour of Gov. Amaral.

Frid.

16

1

Khanghos in the Cores, taken by French, 1868.

Sat.

17

2

Sun.

18

3

19th after Trinity. St. Luke.

Mon.

19

4

Tues.

20

5

Wed. 21

6

Thur. 22

7

Last day of Feast of Tabernacles,

Frid.

23

8

58 piratical vessels destroyed by Captains Hay & Wilcox, B. M. Ships "Columbine"

and "Fury," l810.

Sat.

24

9

Sun.

25

10

Mon.

26

11

20th after Trinity. Treaty of Whampoa between France and Chins signed, 1844.

Kahding recaptured by the allies, 1862.

In Canton 1.200 houses and 3 factories burnt, 1843. First part of Anglo-Chinese Die-

tionary published 1866.

Tues.

27 12

Wed. 28

13

St. Simon and St. Jude. Terranova executed by the Chinese, 1822,

Thur. 29

14

Frid. 30

15

Great fire in Hongkong, 1866.

Sat.

31

16

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

OCTOBER-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 13 days, 7 hours P.M. APOGEE, 25 days, 2 hours г..

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum Minimum..

··

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS,

8th & 9th

+

79 74

Thur.

1

16

Frid.

2

17

Sat.

3

18

Sun.

4

19

Mon,

5

20

Tues.

6

21

Wed.

7

22

Thur.

8

23

Frid.

9

24

Sat.

10

25

Sun.

11

26

Mon.

12

27

Tues.

13

28

Wed. 14

29

Thur. 15

30

Frid. 16

1

Sat.

17

2

Sun.

18

3

Mon.

19

4

Tues.

20

Wed. 21

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

Sun.

Mon. 26

*******

5

6

7

23

8

24

9

25

10

11

Tues. 27

12

Wed. 28

13

Thur. 29

14

Frid. 30 15

Sat.

31

16

1867.

Maximum

Minimum

Memoranda.

....

..85 .75

27

1

28

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

NOVEMBER-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h. m.

d. h.

m.

Last Quarter 7

9 23 P.M.

First Quarter 22

2

23 P.M.

New Moon

14 6 32 P.M.

Full Moon 30

8

37 A.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH. | MOONS.

9th & 10th

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Sun.

1

17

21st after Trinity. Swimming Bath opened, Hongkong, 1866. All Saints.

Mon.

18

All Souls.

Tues.

19

Wed.

20

Thur.

21

Frid.

22

Sat.

23

Sun.

8

24

22nd after Trinity,

Mon.

9

25

The French repulsed at the Cores, 1866. Prince of Wales born, 1841.

Tues. 10

26

Wed. 11

27

Capt. Guimaraes, of H. F. M. Corvette "Dom Jono I." sworn in as Governor of Ma-

eno, 1851. Hongkong Association founded, 1867.

Thur. 12

28

Frid. 13

29

Sat.

14

1

Sun.

15

2

Birthday of the God of Fire.

Convention signed between Russia and China, 1860.

23rd after Trinity.

Mon.

16

3

Tues.

17

4

Shanghai opened to foreign commerce, 1843.

Wed. 18

5

Thur. 19

6

Hongkong Volunteers visited Macao, 1864.

Frid. 20

7

Grand Volunteer Fête at Macao, 1864. Princess Royal born, 1840.

Sat.

21

8

Major Baldwin and Lieut. Bird, of H. M.'s 20th Regt. brutally murdered at Japan, 1864.

Sun.

22

9

24th after Trinity

Mon. 23

10

Tues. 24

11

Wed. 25

12

Tremendous fire at Yokohama, 1866.

Thur. 26

13

Frid.

27

14

Sat.

28

15

Sun.

29

16

Great Fire in Hongkong, 1887.

First Bunday in Advent. Confucius born, B. C. 562.

Mon.

30

17

St. Andrew's day.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

NOVEMBER-30 DAYS,

PERIGEE, 9 days, 10 hours P.M. APOGEE, 22 days, 9 hours A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum..

72

Minimum.

.65

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE OF THE

OF THE

9th & 10th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Sun.

1

17

Mon.

s

2

18

Tues.

3

19

Wed.

4

20

Thur.

5

21

Frid.

6

22

Sat.

7

23

Sun.

8

24

Mo.

9

25

Tues. 10

26

Wed.

11

27

Thur.

12

28

Frid.

13

29

Sat.

14

1

Sun.

15

2

Mon.

16

3

Tues. 17

4

Wed.

18

5

པ་

Thur. 19

Frid.

20

Sat.

21

8

Sun.

22

9

Mon.

23

10

Tues.

24

11

Wed. 25

12

Thur.

26

13

Frid.

27

14

Sat.

28

15

Sun.

29

16

Mon.

30

17

1867.

Maximum.

Minimum.

.58

888

82

Memoranda.

29

30

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

DECEMBER-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

d.

h. m.

Last Quarter 7

5

10 A.M.

First Quarter 22 0

04 P.M.

New Moon

14 9

9 A.M.

Full Moon 29

9 24 P.M.

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

{10th & 11th

Chronology of Remarkoble Events,

WEEK.MONTH, MOONS.

Tues.

1

18

Wed.

2

19

Thur.

3

20

Frid.

21

Sat.

22

Sun.

23

St. Francis Xavier died on Sanchan, 1552.

Hongkong first lighted by Gas, 1961.

Six Foreigners killed at Wang-chuh-ki, 1847. Soochow retaken by the Imperialists,

under tieneral Giordon, 1963.

2nd Sunday in Advent. East India Co.'s last servant leaves China, 1×938.

Mon.

24

Tues.

25

Wed.

9

26

Ningpo captured by the Taipings, 1861.

Thur.

10

27

Frid.

11

28

Indemnity paid by Prince Satsuma, 1863,

Sat.

12

29

Sun.

13

30

Mon. 14

Tues.

15

3rd Sunday in Advent,

George Washington died, 1799.

All Catholic Priests (not Portuguese) expelled from Macno, 1434,

Wed.

16

Thur.

17

Club Lusitano inaugurated, 1866. Confucius boru B.C 562.

Frid.

18

Sat.

19

Sun.

20

Mon.

21

Tues.

Sir Hugh Gough and the Eastern Expedition leave. Chiun. 1×£2.

4th Sunday in Adcent. South Carolins, the first State to serede, passed secession

ordmance, 1860,

St. Thomas. Tungehi or Winter Solstice.

Jewish feast of Dedication. Winter Solstice,

Wed.

23

10

Thur.

Christmas Eve.

Frid.

12

Christmas Day. Destructive lire at Nagasaki, 1959,

Sat.

26

13

Sun.

27

14

1st Sunday after Christmas.

Mou.

28

15

Tues. 29

16

Last day of Jewish feast of Dedication,

Wed. 30

17

Thur.

31

18

THE CALENDAR FOR 1868.

DECEMBER-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 4 days, 4 hours P.M. APOGEE, 20 days, 8 hours A.M.

PERIGEE, 2 days A.M., January 1st. HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1866.

Maximum..

.65

Minimum

.56

DAY

DAY

DAYS

OF THE OF THE

OF THE

10th & 11th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Tues.

18

Wed.

19

Thur.

20

Frid.

21

Sat.

22

Sun.

23

Mon.

7

24

Tues.

25

Wed.

26

Thur 10

27

1

Frid.

11

28

Sat.

29

Sun.

13

30

Mon. 14

Tues. 15

Wed. 16

Thur.

4

Frid.

Sat.

19

6

Sun. 20

Mon.

21

Tues.

9

Wed.

10

Thur.

11

Frid.

12

Sat.

B3

Sun.

14

Mon.

28

15

Tues.

29

16

Wed.

30

17

Thur.

31

18

1867.

Maximum.

Minimum

Memoranda.

31

hunt.

NATIVE FESTIVALS, FASTS, AND OBSERVANCES.

CHINESE.

JULAI BUDHA.-Ancient festival of the Prince and his officers going on the annual

Also of the Julai Budha.-Eleventh moon, eighth day.

     SIE-TSAU.The God of the Furnace ascends to heaven to report upon the conduct of the family to the Perfect August Shangti; hence people pay their adorations to that deity, and sie-tsau, "thank the furnace.' In some parts of China, this Shangti is regarded as the Supreme God in the Chinese pantheon, and it is supposed the other deities derive their power and position from him. This popular supersitition, though not peculiar to any class, seems most closely allied to the Táu sect.-Twelfth moon, twenty- fourth day.

DECENSUS.-All the gods descend to the earth.-Twelfth moon, twenty-ninth day. YUEN TAN-Yuen tán, the first morning, or new-year's day. The period of new- year is almost the only time of universal holiday in China. Other times and seasons are regarded only by a few, or by particular classes, but the new-year is accompanied with a general cessation from business. The officer, the merchant, and the labourer, all equally desist from work, and zealously engage in visiting and feasting-occasionally making offerings at the temples of those deities whose peculiar aid they wish to implore. Government offices are nominally closed for about ten days before, and twenty days after new-year; during which period none but very important business is transacted. On the last evening of the old-year, all tradesmen's bills and small debts are paid, and inability to pass this time of settlement injures a man's credit, and usually resuns in insolvency : while, too, the custom, by compelling an annual settlement of accounts, prevents many failures. This is perhaps the reason why it is called chu seil, "the evening of dismissal."

-First moon, First day.

CHE TA-YUEN-SHWAI; a deified warrior.-First moon, second day,

TING KWANG.--Ting kwang, a Budhist sage, born.-First moon, sixth day.

JIN J.-Jin jih, or man-day.' The first ten days of the year are named after various animals, "fowl-day,"-" dog-day," &c., of which the seventh, "man-day," is the greatest. Some persons have supposed there is an obscure or ancient reference in these days to the order followed at the creation.-First moon, seventh day.

     YCH-HWANG,--Shangti's birthday; this deity is the highest of the Tau sect, and more than any other answers, in the Chinese mythology, to the Jupiter of the Greeks.- First moon, ninth day.

     WU TU SHING-KIUN.-Five lares of the household; they are this day placed on the ground in various quarters of the house for its protection; and the ceremony is repeated on the tenth of the four following months.-First moon, tenth day.

     LEICHUN.-Leih-chun term, or festival of Spring. This day, the period of the sun reaching the 15th degree in Aquarius, is one of the chief days of the Chinese calender, and is celebrated with great pomp as well by the government as by the people. In every capital city there are made, at this period, two clay images of a man and a buffalo. The day previous to the festival, the chifu, or chief city magistrate, goes out to ying chun, "meet the spring," on which occasion children are carried about on men's shoulders, each vying with his neighbour in the gorgeousness and fancifulness of the children's dresses. The following day, being the day of the festival, the prefect again appears as the Priest of Spring, in which capacity he is, for the day, the first man in the province. Hence the chief officers do not move from home on this day. After he has struck the buffalo with a whip two or three times, in token of commencing the labours of agriculture, the popu- lace then stone the image till they break it in picces, and many of them carry off pieces

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of the clay to put on their fields, under the impression that a better crop will thereby be obtained. The festivities continue ten days in some parts of the country, but the degree of ceremony attending this festival differs greatly in different parts of China; in Canton it is not attended with much display. First moon, eleventh day.

SHAI-TANG, OR FEAST OF LANTERNS.-Slmi-tang, or Feast of Lanterns, so called by Europeans. At night all classes illuminate the temples, shops, &c., with fanciful lanterns, and assemble at convivial parties, called lantern feasts. Offerings of lanterns are made at the temples of the Gods. This festival is observed at Canton by merely hanging a lantern before the shop or house.. First moon, fifteenth day.

CHANG-CHUN.-Chang-chun, a celebrated physician, born: deified by the Tausts.

His shrine is placed in doctors' shops.-First moon, nineteenth day.

       SHEN-TSAI-TUNGTsz'.-Two images of children are placed at the back of dwellings for protecting them, and increasing the prosperity of the inmates; they are called Shentsai tungtsz'.-First moon, twentieth day.

TUTI.-The household gods born. These are called Tu-ti, and also Fu-shin, gods of happiness; they include all classes of household deities. At this period plays are performed at the public offices, and in the streets; while rockets and other fireworks are let off.-Second moon, second day.

WANCHANG-TI-KIUN.-Wanchang-ti-kiun, god of learning, born. His image is placed in the temples of Confucius, and the offices of literary magistrates; scholars worship him.-Second moon, third day.

TUNG-WA-TI-KIUN.-Tung-wa born; a god of the Tau sect. Second moon, sixth day. HUNGSHING.-Hungshing, god of the south sea, born.―This is a southern deity, whose worship is chiefly confined to Canton, where it is celebrated with much pomp and display. Same day, the birthday of Yoh Fi, a faithful minister of the Sung dynasty.- Second moon, thirteenth day.

       LAUKIUS.-Laukiun, born. Laukiun, called also Lautsz', an ancient sage, and the founder of the Tau sect, was partly contemporary with Confucius. The latter in his youth took lessons from Lautsz" on the subject of sacrificial rites. The principal deities of the Tau sect are San-tsing, three pure ones,-Shangti, a supreme ruler, subordinate to those three, and an infinity of inferior gods and deified men.-Second moon, fifteenth day.

       KWANYIN.-Kwanyin's birthday; she is often called the goddess of mercy, and is the great goddess of the Budhists. There are supposed to be more temples erected to this idol in the city of Canton than to any other.-Second moon, ninteenth day.

       HIVEN-TIEN SHIN-FU.-Hiuen-tien shin-fu, birthday of the father of the Shangti of the Sombre Heavens; a god of the Tau sect. Second moon, twenty-fifth day.

       AGRICULTURAL CEREMONY.-Ûn a fortunate day in the third moon, the grand agricultural ceremony is performed at Peking by the Emperor and his ministers, and in all the provinces by the head officers of the government. The ceremony consists in holding a plough, highly ornamented, which is kept for the purpose, while the bullock which drags it is led over a given space. The rule is that the Emperor ploughs three furrows; the prinees five; and the high ministers, nine. These furrows are, however, so very short, that the later monarchs of the present dynasty have altered the ancient rule laid down by the predecessors of Confucius ploughing four furrows, and returning again over the ground. The ceremony finished, the Emperor and his ministers repair to the terrace for inspecting the agricultural labours; and remain till the whole field has been ploughed by husbandmen. The Emperor often appoints a proxy.

       HIUEN-TIEN SHANGTI.-Hinen-tien Shangti, the Supreme Ruler of the Sombre Heavens; the festival of the second deity in the pantheon of Rationalists. He is also usually called Pethi, god of the North Pole, and his festival is very generally observed.- Third moon, third day.

       TSING-MING. Tsing-ming term.-Festival of the tombs. At this period of the year the Chinese everywhere repair to the tombs with offerings of food, which after the spirits of the deseased have fed on the spiritual portion, they themselves partake of. The weather at this time being usually fine, the weeds and dirt are cleared away from the tombs and any repairs requisite in the brickwork are made. From this custom, the rite is often

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CHINESE FESTIVALS, FASTS, AND OBSERVANCES.

called Sum fan, sweeping the tombs. Long slips of paper are laid on the grave after the ceremonies are over, as a proof that the sacrifices have been made.--Third moon, twelfth day.

CHUNE-YANG WU-TAU.-Chang-yang Wu-tau born.-Third moon, thirteenth day. HIUN-TAN YUEN-SHWAI.-Hiun-tan Yuen-shwai born; worshipped in households. 1-ling Tai-ti born; a celebrated physician, worshipped by sick persons.-Third moon, fifteenth day.

    HAU-TI NIANG-NIANG.-Hau-ti Niang-niang, the goddess of earth.--Third moon, eighteenth day.

    TIEN-HAU.-Tien-hau, or the Queen of Heaven, born. This female deity was a native of Fuhkien; and has become the goddess of sailors, who are mostly of that province. She corresponds in many respects to the Amphitrite of the Greeks, though some of her names and attributes seem to have been derived from the Virgin Mary. Her temples are numerous, and her worship is costly.-Third moon, twenty-third day.

Tsz'-SUN NIANG-NIANG, the goddess of children, worshipped by those who wish children.-Third moon, twenty-sixth day.

SAN-KIAI SHING-YE.-San-kiai Shing-yè, or Holy Lords of the three Borders; worshipped in the yards of the courts of houses to propitiate the powers of nature. Same day is the festival of the present Budha, Shihkia Jü-lái.-Fourth moon, eighth day.

LUI-SHUN-YANG-SIEN.Lui-shun-yang-sien, one of the eight genii, also called Laitunk pin.-Fourth moon, fourteenth day.

lay.

CHUNG-LI-TSU-Sz.-Chung-li-tsú-sz', one of the eight genii.-Fourth moon, fifteenth

KIN-HWA PUJIN.-Kin-hwa fù-jin, the Juno Lucina of the Cantonese; women worship her when with child, and also for aid in childbirth. She is supposed to have originated in Canton, and a famous temple to her is built within the Old City. Another temple to this goddess is situated opposite the Foreign Factories in the suburb of Honam.-Fourth moon, seventeenth day.

WA TO-SIEN-SZ'.-Wa To-sien-sz', a physician, spoken of in the San Kwoh Chi worshipped by the sick.-Fourth moon, eighteenth day.

YEN-KWANG SHING-MC.-Yen-kwáng Shing-mú, Holy Mother of Bright Eyes, a goddess worshipped by the blind, and those with diseased eyes.-Fourth moon, twentieth day. YOH WANG-Yoh Wang, king of Medicine, the Esculapius of Chinese mythology. -Fourth moon, twenty-eighth day.

    NAN-KIH TA-TI. Nán-kih Tá-tí, the Great Ruler of the South Pole; a god of the Rationalists.-Fifth moon, first day.

    TWANG-WU.--Festival of dragon boats, called in Chinese Twang-wá or Twáng-vúng, and also Tienchung. On this day many people race backwards and forwards in long harrow boats, which being painted and ornamented so as to resemble dragons, are called îangchuen, dragon boats. From the narrowness of the boats, and the numbers of persons on board, there being sometimes from sixty to seventy paddles, it not unfrequently happens that several of the boats break in two; so that the festivities seldom conclude without the loss of several lives. The magistrates endeavour to repress the ardour of the people by issuing their prohibitions, but the people are led on by the excitement. The races are attended by thousands, and rowers are inspirited by the sound of drums and pipes; these noises are supposed to terrify evil spirits and ward off disease; consequently the sports are attended with double zest when sickness prevails. Tradesmen's accounts are cleared off at this period.-Fifth moon, fifth day.

SAI-I-FUH.-Sai-í-fuh, festival of airing clothes. It is a fancy that clothes aired on this day are not liable to be injured by insects.-Sixth moon, sixth day.

    LU-PAN.-Lú-pàn, the god of Carpenters and Masons, on which day these craftsmen take holiday. Tsing-shin Lung-wang, god of Wells and Dragon-king, worshipped by sailors and others to avert calamity and storms.-Sixth moon, thirteenth day.

day.

KWANYIN.-Assumption of Kwanyin; she ascends to heaven.-Sixth moon, nineteenth

;

    GOD OF FIRE.-God of Fire born. This deity is frequently propitiated by exhibitions of plays. In China there are no regular theatres; sheds are erected in the streets, and

CHINESE FESTIVALS, FASTS, AND OBSERVANCES.

a platform being raised about four feet above the ground, the spectators all stand in the street in front; the expenses are paid by private subscription, usually of several merchants. Gentlemen have them also at their own houses; where in some instances there are substantial buildings erected for the performance of the players, and accommodation of persons invited to see the play. Even in this case, an open space is left for the free admission of the people. Almost all the theatrical performances of the Chinese are held on the birthday or festival of some god, and are therefore of a religious character. They are particularly numerous in honour of the God of Fire.-Also Kwan-shing Tai-ti, the Chinese God of War, died. Má Wáng-shin, the God of Horses, worshipped to avert disease from horses, and by horsemen to become skilful in equestrian feats.-Sixth moon, twenty- third day.

       WANG-LING-KWAN-SHING. -Wàng-ling-kwan-shing, a deified statesman, worshipped for averting punishment.-Sixth moon, twenty-sixth day.

SHAU-I.-Or Burning-clothes festival. At this period, which lasts fifteen days, clothes made of various coloured papers are burnt, that they may so pass to the invisible world for the benefit of deceased relatives. Prayers also are recited and food offered, chiefly for those who have been drowned at sea. This festival is much observed by the people of Fuhkien province. The custom arises from a tradition respecting a young man who obtained admission to Tartarue, and brought his mother from thence.-Seventh moon, first day.

       TSIH-KUNG-SIEN-NU.-Tsih-kung-sien-nu, the female genii of the seven palaces descend; a festival observed by women, who worship these fairies to avert discase, and get skill in domestic work.-Seventh moon, seventh day.

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TSANG-FUH TSAI-SHIN.-God of Happiness and Wealth; placed in niches at the doors of shops. The deity, the Plutus of the Chinese, is seldom carved into an image, but piece of paper is pasted on the back niche near the door; the shrine is called trü pán tángs i.e., Hall of Collected Values.-Seventh moon, twenty-second day.

       TU-CHING-HWANG-TAN.-Festival of the Municipal Deity of the City, worshipped by officers and people; he might be termed the Palladium Deity, as he has a temple in every inwalled city in China. On this day, the Cantonese resort to a temple on the White Cloud Hills, north of the city, in great numbers, to worship Chin-sciu, a deified official of the Ming dynasty.-Seventh moon, twenty-fourth day.

       TI-TJANG-WANG. --A deified Budhist, worshipped for remission of sins.-Seventh moon, thirtieth day.

         AUTUMN FESTIVAL.-This festival continues from the first to the sixteenth of the moon, during which period families visit and feast with each other, and friends interchange presents of moon cakes. These are round white cakes, with figures of men and women painted on them; they derive their name from a legend of an Emperor of the Tang dynasty, who being led one night to the palace of the moon, saw there a large assemblage of female divinities, dancing and playing on instruments of music, on his return he instituted plays in commemoration of it.-Eighth moon, first day.

day.

SHE-TUH TA-WANG.-Great Prince of the Agricultural gods.-Eighth moon, second

SZ-MING TSAU-KIUN.-The Lord who orders the Prince of the Furnace; worshipped to preserve the health of households.-Eighth moon, third day.

LUI-SHING TA-TI.-God of Thunder.-Eighth moon, fifth day.

CHUNG-TSIU, -Mid-autumn. This being the middle day of autumn, is the chief day of the autumnal festival; oblations are made to the moon on this day. On the following day young people amuse themselves by "pursuing the moon;" it is also called ho yuch, congratulating the moon.' On the evening of this day, every householder and boatman raises a lantern upon the top of a ship pole from the highest part of his house or vessel, on which is inscribed king ho chung tsin, "joyfully congratulate the middle of autumn.' From the foreigners, the Feast of Lanterns.-Eighth moon, fifteenth day.

"

NAN-TAU-SING-KIUN.-Starry god of the south Pole, descends; this god belongs to sect of Rationalists.-Ninth moon, first day.

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JAPANESE FESTIVALS, FASTS, AND OBSERVANCES.

     TA-MU-YUEN-KIUN.-Mother of the Dipper; a goddess adored to obtain happiness and long life. This day is also observed as a time to visit graves, and for children to fly kites; it is called from this, tang kaw, " ascending on high."-Ninth moon,

ninth day.

     Cocoon FESTIVAL-On a fortunate day of the ninth moon, the Empress, either per- sonally or by proxy, accompanied by a train of princesses and honourable ladies, repairs to the altar sacred to the discoverer of silkworms. After sacrificing, the Empress with golden, and the princesses with silver implements, collect mulberry leaves to feed the imperial silkworms. They then wind off some coroons of silk, and so end the ceremony. This very aucient festival is considered as the counterpart of the agricultural one observed by the Emperor in the spring.-October.

     SIEN-FUNG-YANG-SZ-YE-'YE.-Lord of the Front Spear; worshipped to obtain success and profit in life and business.--Ninth moon, seventeenth day.

     WA-HWANG TA-TI.---God of Fire; worshipped by all classes with great parade to preserve houses and shops from fire, The temples dedicated to this idol in the city of Canton are more numerous than to any other deity.-Ninth moon, twenty-eighth day.

TUNG-HWANG-TA-TI.-Eastern August Great Ruler : a god of the Rationalists.-Tenth moon, first day.

TATSIAU.-The nine gods of the Great Bear descend; worshipped by the Rationalists, and generally also by the people, tradesmen, and others, for peace." This period is usually chosen for worshipping wandering spirits as well as these gods; the rites are called Ta- tsiau. They are in Canton among the most showy idolatrous ceremonies. People living in three or four streets combine, and ornament the street with chandeliers, puppets, figures, and scrolls, and fit up a room for religious exercises to appease the wandering krei.

-Tenth moon, first to ninth day.

TAU-SHIN LIU-Ssz'.--God of Small-pox; his name was Liú, and he is accommodated with a niche in other temples.-Tenth moon, fifteenth day.

PER-KIH TZ-SwL.~Also Wű Yoh Wú Ti, the festival of gods of the Five Hills and the Five Rulers, names of five places and five deities collectively worshipped. The Five hills are Tai-shan in Shantung, Haug-shan in Human, Heva-shan in Shendi, Hang-shan in Chihlí, and Sung-shan in Honan. The Five Rules are the Azure, Red, Yellow, White and Black, Shangfi.-Tenth moon, twenty-seventh day.

FESTIVAL OF CONFUCIUS.-Confucins born; his festival observed by officers of govern- ment and scholars, who repair to his temple.-Eleventh moon, fourth day,

TUNG-CHI.-Or winter solstice, a festival observed by all classes; it is also called Chang shi tsich, or the time when the long days come, because then the sun begins to return, and the days grow longer. Officers go in state to worship the Emperor's tablet, and the people adore their lares.-Eleventh moon, eighth day.

OMETO FUн, the present Budha.-Eleventh moon, seventeenth day.

KWANYIN. Festival of Kwanyin.--She has three during the year, all of which are observed by the people.-Eleventh moon, ninteenth day.

JAPANESE.

REIBI. The first, fifteenth and twenty-eighth of every mouth throughout the year are holidays, called Reibi, or days for visiting.

NEW YEAR'S DAY.-The first seven days of Shogwats (first month), or of the New Year, are festival holidays, and on these days congratulatory visits are exchanged.

HATSMOMA.-The first day of Nigwats (second month) is called Hatsmoma, the Feast

of Inari, the patron of farmers against fire and thieves.

    MOMO-NE-REKI, or DOLL FEAST.-The third of Sangwats (third mouth), is a special holiday for the Girls, and is called Momo-né-reki, or the Doll Feast.

TANABATA. This is a holiday for homage to the Milky Way, or Heavenly River, ou

the seventh Schig-wats (seventh month).

    BONTORO. The fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth of Schig-wats (seventh month) are special holidays, called Bontoro, or the Feast of the Ancestors.

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     TJOEGEN.-The Feast of Tjoegen, or middle of the year, occurs on the fifteenth Schig-wats (seventh month).

MOON FEAST.-This oceurs on the fifteenth Ha-chi-gwats (eighth month).

LONG LIFE FEAST.-This feast day is a special holiday, and takes place on the ninth Ku-gwats (eighth month). It is also called the Gold-flower Feast.

INOGO.-A feast day on 1st Jiu-gwats (tenth month).

   KOMPIRA. The Feast of Kompira is on the tenth Jiu-gwats (tenth month). HATS-GA-YEBIS.-The twentieth of Jiu-itchi-gwats (eleventh month) is called Jebis, and is delicated to the God of Trade, Hats-ga-yebis.

JEWISH.

The festivals of the Jews were held weekly, monthly, and yearly. Each seventh and fifteenth year, moreover, was kept with peculiar solemnities.

      The weekly festival was the Sabbath, a day consecrated to rest and cheerful devotion. It was instituted when God rested, on the seventh day, from the work of Creation, and the precept was renewed to the Hebrews at Marah, ere yet the Decalogue had been given from Sinai. It was kept from sunset on Friday to sunset on Saturday,

     The monthly festival was held on the day of the new moon, or the first day of every month, which was proclaimed by sound of trumpet; the laws, however, did not oblige the people to rest on these days, though it appointed particular sacrifices.

     The Feasts of the Passover, of Pentecost, and of Tabernacles, were the three principal festivals observed under the law, and they were times of real joy and festivity. As all the male inhabitants throughout the country were required on these occasions to go up to Jerusalem, and the females also permitted to accompany them if they chose, the concourse was generally very great. These religious assemblies, besides comniemorating important events in their history, also subserved other important purposes. They kept them steadfast to their religion, by the view of ceremouies and the majesty of the divine service; they afforded the means of religious instruction, for the law of God was then real and explained; and they served, moreover, to renew the acquamtance and friendship of tribes and families, who from all parts of the country thus met three times in the year in the holy city.

      The PASSOVER was instituted to commemorate the departure out of Egypt, because on the night preceding that departure, the destroying angel who slew the first-born of the Egyptians passed over the houses of the Hebrews, they being marked with the blood of the lamb, which for this reason was called the Paschal Lamb. It was celebrated on the fourteenth day of the first month of the ecclesiastical year (March), and lasted seven days. A lamb, or, if that could not be found, a kid, without blemish, was killed, roasted, and eaten with unleavened bread and bitter herb. The first Passover was eaten with their loins girded, their shoes on their feet, and their staves in their hands, that they might be in readiness for their journey, circumstances which were not observed in its celebration after the Exodus.

      The Feast of PENTECOST, OF WEEKS, was celebrated on the fiftieth day after the Passover, and was a feast of thanksgiving to the Lord, wherein they acknowledged his dominion over their country and their labours, by offering to him two loaves, as the first fruits of all their harvests. It also commemorated the giving of the law from Mount Sinai, two years and fifty days after their departure from Egypt. The Hebrews counted seven weeks from the Passover, beginning on the second day of that solemnity, and hence called it the Feast of Weeks; but by the Christians it was called Pentecost, a name which signifies the Fiftieth Day. It was on the day of Pentecost that the Holy Spirit was poured out from the ascended Saviour upon his apostles, qualifying them with miraculous gifts for establishing the New Testament kingdom.

      The Feast of TABERNACLES was instituted as a memorial of their fathers having dwelt in tents for forty years, during the passage through the wilderness. It was kept in the first month of the civil year (September), and lasted eight days, the first and seventh being the most solemn. During its continuance they lived in booths, tents, or arbours, constructed of the branches and leaves of trees. On the first day they cut down branches of the

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handsomest trees, with their fruits, which they carried in ceremony to the synagogue. Holding in their right hand a branch of palm-tree, of myrtle, and two of willow, tied together, and having in their left hand a citron and fruit, they waved them towards the four quarters of the world, singing songs and crying "Hosannah."

These were the three great Festivals at which all the males were required to go up to Jerusalem to worship. "Three times in a year shall all thy males appear before the Lord thy God in the place which he shall choose, in the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and in the Feast of Weeks, and in the Feast of Tabernacles."-(Deut. xvi., 16; Ex. xxxiv., 23.)

     The Feast of TRUMPETS was celebrated on the first day of their civil year (September), its commencement being proclaimed by sound of trumpet, and the day was kept solemn, all business being forbidden, and certain sacrifices appointed to be offered.

     There are also two other feasts, though not appointed by law, which require notice, as they are often mentioned in Jewish history. The feast of DEDICATION was appointed to celebrate the re-establishment of Divine worship in Jerusalem, after Antiochus Epiphanes had been vanquished and the temple purified. It is observed for eight days, from the 25th of the third month (November), and is also called the Feast of Lights, from the illumina- tions which the Jews make during these days in their house. Poorin, or the feast of Esther, falls on the 14th and 15th of the sixth month (February), and commemorates the defeat of Haman. On these days they give alms to the poor and presents to their friends.

The 10th of the first month of the civil year is the day of ATONEMENT, on which they observe a fast from evening, and bewail their sins. Other fasts were also instituted in later times, connected with the siege of Jerusalem (10th of tenth month), the capture of the city (17th of the fourth month), the burning of the temple (9th of the fifth month), and the death of Gedaliah (3rd of the seventh month) of the Ecclesiatical year.

     Every seventh year was to the Jews a Sabbatical year; and we find that Alexander the Great granted them an exemption from tribute on that year.

     After seven weeks or Sabbaths of years, that is, after seven times seven years, the great Festival of the JUBILEE was celebrated; and during the whole year they neither sowed nor reaped. On this fiftieth year every one resumed possession of his inheritance, whether it were sold, mortgaged, or alienated in any way, and Hebrew slaves of every description were set free, with their wives and children. Houses and edifices in walled towns were the only kind of property that did not return to the original owner in the year of the Jubilee.

MAHOMEDAN.

     RAMAZAN.-This Mahomedan fast commences each day throughout the month of this name, when the first streak of light borders the eastern horison, and continues until the stars are clearly discerned in the heavens. During the whole period not the slightest particle of food, not one single drop of water, nor any other liquid, passes the lips from the dawn till the appearance of the stars in the evening. Each day during the fast is passed in occasional prayer, besides the usual namaz, and in reading the Koran or lives of the prophets. The first fast is broken by a cooling draught, called Dandhi, the same which is used in fevers. It is composed of the lettuce, cucumber, and melon, with coriander, well pounded, and afterwards diluted with cold water; rose water, sugar, syrup of pomegranate, and kurat, are also added; the whole preparation is made in the zenana, and then drunk by basins-full by all true Rozedhars. Plain boiled rice, with dhi (sour crud) and sugar, form the first morning's repast of the Eed; dried dates are eaten with it in remembrance of the prophet's family, whose greatest luxury was supposed to be the date of Arabia. The conclusion of the month Ramazan is celebrated as an Eedor festival, and is hailed with great rejoicing and merriment, as a sort of reward for their severe abstinence. In every house the same dainties are provided, every amusement that can be

• thought of is indulged in: the nach women in the apartments of the gentlemen, and the domini in those of the women are in great request, on the last day of the Ramazan, when the matron of the mansion sits in state to receive nazars from inferiors, and to grant favours to others.-11th March.

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      EED.-The followers of Mahomed claim to be the descendants of Abraham through his son Ishmael, who, they aver, was chosen as the offering to the Almighty, and not Isaac, thus differing from the Jews and Christians, grounding their assertions on traditions which they deem conclusive evidence on the subject, in opposition to the authority of the Bible. The offering thus made is aunually commemorated by the sacrifice of animals. such as camels, sheep, goats, kids, or lambs, according to each person's means, which answer the double purpose of honouring the memory of Abraham and Ishmael, and also assisting as a meal in time of need. The followers of Mahomed believe that the entrance to Paradise is guarded by a bridge as narrow as a scythe, or some such equally sharp instrument, affording a precarious and unstable footing. To enable them, therefore, to pass without danger, they believe that the animals they have sacrificed at the feast of Eed will be present to lend their aid to help them over in safety.-12th March.

      EED KORBAN.In commemoration of Abraham offering up Ishmael; and this is the day on which they annually perform the Haj at Mecca.-18th May.

MOHARRAM.-A celebrated mourning festival, held annually in remembrance of the first martyrs of the Mussalmans-Hassain and Hossein-the two sons of Fatima and Ali, from whom the whole race of Syads have descended. Hassain was poisoned by an emissary of the usurping Xelipha, and Hossein, the last victim of the decendants of the prophet's family, to the King Yazid's fury, suffering a cruel death after the most severe trials on the plain of Kurbala, on the tenth day of the Arabian month Moharram, the anniversary of which catastrophe is solemnised with the most devoted zeal. Hassain and Hossein were, as above stated, the two sons of Ali, by his cousin Fatima, the daughter of Mahommed, and after the murder of their father by the contrivances of the Kalipha, they with their families removed from Shawn, the capital, to Medina. After residing there for several years, the people of Shawn, being tired of King Yazid's tyrannical rule, invited Hossein to return to the capital, and assume his lawful right as Imam (leader of the faithful.) Before accepting this invitation, Hossein sent Moslem, his cousin, as a messenger to report the true state of affairs to him; but on his arrival with his two sons at Shawn, he was seized by order of King Yazid, and cast from a precipice, and his two sons were barbarously murdered, for the sake of the reward offered for their heads. This forms the subjects of the ten days' bewailing during the Moharram. The Mahomedans are divided into distinct sects, called the Shiaa, and the Sunias. The former regard Ali and his descendants to be the lawful leaders after Mahomed, and the latter the Kaliphas, as Abubakr, Omar, &c., hence quarrels, animosities, and dislikes are hoarded up to be avenged during the Moharram. The festival begins on the first day of the moon (Moharram). Tazias (a term signifying grief, and applied to a representation of the mausoleum erected over the remains of Imam Hossein at Kurbala), made of ivory, ebony, sandalwood, cedar, and some wrought in silver filigree, and indeed of every variety of material, from pure silver to bamboo and paper, according to the rank and wealth of the party, are exhibited in every direction, and conveyed in procession through the streets. Mourning assemblies are held morning and evening, in the Imambares, during the Moharram, and the head priest or preacher recites a subject for each day's service, from the various books composed on the subject, descriptive of the lives and sufferings of Hassain and Hossein. The Marsiah, a poetical composition of great merit, and embracing the whole of the subject they commemorate, is chaunted with great effect; the names of their lawful leaders are recounted with blessings, and that of the usurpers, the Kaliphas, with curses.

Then comes the procession of Dhal Dhal-Hossein's horse, killed at Kurbala, beautifully caparisoned; and finally the Tazias are deposited with funeral rites in the public burial grounds, when the Moharram cases. The Tabut is a slight frame- work of bamboo, in the shape of a mausoleum, covered and ornamented with coloured paper and tinsel. They vary considerably in size and appearance, according to the taste and ability of those who build them. Before these Tabuts incense is burned, and various other rites are performed. The Tabuts, it is said, are peculiar to India. They are not mentioned in the Koran, nor are they built by the inhabitants of Persia and Arabia. Many Mahomedans regard them with strong disapprobation. In Bombay the larger portion of the Mahomedans unite in building the Tabuts. These are taken out, and,

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   accompanied with music, carried in procession through the Bhendy Bazaar, from mid- night of the ninth until three o'clock of the morning of the tenth day, and from two to six o'clock on the afternoon of the same day, on their way to the beach in Back Bay, where the greater part of the Tabuts, after being stripped of whatever is of value, are rast into the sea.

The practice of building Tabuts seems to be losing ground in Bombay, a portion of those, who formerly united in this, having adopted the views of those opposed to such things. The Indian Mahomedans, who do not unite in building the Tabuis, are accustomed to go on this occasion to the mosques for five successive evenings, to listen to the account of the death of Hossein. Their demonstrations of grief, however, are not equal to those of the Moguls and Persians, who, while listening to the recital, weep aloud, and smite violently upon their breasts, These are accustomed to meet at the Masjid, in Mirza Mahoniod Ali Khan Street, Bombay. In Bombay there is strictly speaking no representation of the battle which was fought previous to the death of Hossein. `Some two or three horsemen, bearing flags, enter the large yard adjoining the Imambara with loud wailings, and are followed by two horses caparisoned, to represent those which were for the use of the fallen Hossein. One person on horseback, with a long sword apparently run through the head, and covered with blood, joins in the wailings. A female infant, in deep mourning, sitting at the door of a small mausoleum, which is carried on the shoulders of men, constantly casts ashes or cut-straw upon her head, in token of grief. These pass round in a circle, accompanied or followed by a company on foot, who beat upon their breasts, crying, "Hai Hossein! Hai Hossein!" Sometimes, a person represented in a dying state, his body covered with wounds and blood, and darts and daggers run into it, is carried about in procession. It would seem that this festival is now celebrated with less effort and effect than formerly. It is apparently becoming more and more a farce. The grief is doubtless for the most part feigned. The decline of the peculiar zeal of the Mahomedans must necessarily lead them to enter into these with less spirit. -17th June.

PARSEE.

The Parsees of India are divided into two sects, - the "Shabinshabis" or Rasmis and the "Kudmis or "Churigars," the former of whom constitute the larger portion o the race.

        This division originated only about a hundred and fifty years ago, when a learned Persian priest, named Jamasp, arrived in India, and found that his co-r-ligionists differed from their brethren of Iran in their calculation of time by a full month, and in other minor points relating to their "Liturgy." Serious disputes arose in consequence, which ended in the formation of the two sects, the Shahinshahis adhering to their own views, and the Kudmis adopting the opinions imported by Jamasp-thus agreeing with their Persian brethren. Notwithstanding this division, no estrangement cxists between them in their social intercourse. The difference lies only in their computation of time, and in some slight variations in the forms of prayer. Intermarriage is allowed, as well as admission to each other's places of worship.

     The festivals of the Parsees are celebrated with little or no outward pomp. Their holidays are mostly occupied in prayers in the morning, and festivities and rejoicings during the rest of the day. Some of their religious institutions are traced to a very ancient period. The festival of the Nowroz dates from upwards of three thousand years before Christ, and is kept to this day by most of the nations of Western Asia, notwith- standing their differences of creed. The Emperor Akbar adopted the "Nowroz" and fourteen other festivals of the Parsecs, for the observances of those who were attached to his favourite doctrines of the "Hahi faith," or the " Religion of God," which he fruitlessly endeavoured to introduce among the people.

     PAPETI, OR NEW YEAR'S DAY.-Among the festivals observed by the Parsees, the first and universally kept, is the Papeti, or new year's day. This day is celebrated in honour of Yezdezerd, the last King of the Sassanid dynasty, who was dethroned by Kalif Omar about A.D. 640. The ancient Persians reckoned a new era from the accession of each successive monarch, and as Yezdezerd had no successor, the date of his accession to the throne has been brought down to the present time, thus making their current year 1234-33.

PARSEE FESTIVALS, FASTS, AND OBSERVANCES.

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    In their calculation of the year only 365 days are allowed; leap year is unknown to them, though there are records which prove that in every 120 years one month was added to make it correspond with the solar year. The year is divided into twelve months, of thirty days each, and five days, or "Gathas," as they are called, are added at the end to make up the deficiency. On these days the Parsees rise early, and dress themselves in new suits of clothes, and those piously disposed say their prayers in their private residences, or visit their friends and relatives, when the "Hama i-jur" or joining of hands is performed; this ceremony is a sort of greeting, corresponding to the European fashion of wishing each other a happy new year. Their friends and relations are invited to breakfast. The morning thus occupied, they spend the rest of the day in their country houses or clubs, where feasting, rejoicing, and nach-parties are kept up till a late hour. Alms are also given to the poor in the course of the day, and new suits of clothes are presented to ser- vants and dependents.

KHURDAD-SAL.The second of the Parsee festivals is the "Khurdad-Sal" day, or the anniversary of the birth of their prophet Zoroaster, who they say was born in the city of Reh, in the North of Persia, in the reign of Darius Hystapis, about 520 years before Christ. Heeren places the birth of this celebrated personage about 1,200 years anterior to this. The Parsees themselves differ as to the exact time of the birth of their prophet: a part of them fix the period of B.C. 389; others at B.C. 538. Religious ceremonies are performed in the morning by the women of the family and the priests, the men, as usual on such occasions, limiting themselves to private prayers.

AMURDAD-SAL.This holiday, which falls on the day immediately after the preceding festival, appears to have no origin in the books of the Parsecs. It is merely kept up as the continuation of the Khurdad-Sal;" no religious ceremonies are required, and the day is always spent in the enjoyment of epicurean pleasures.

FARURHARDIN JASAN.This day is set apart for the performance of ceremonies for the dead "Fararhar," meaning soul or spirit. The superstitious portion of the people attend on the hills at Chaopatty (Bombay), where their "dockmas" or "towers of silence" are situated, and there perform prayers for the dead, as if they had a better chance of being heard at that place on behalf of their deccased relations than in any other. This holiday is kept with some slight variations in other parts of India. The Parsees are enjoined by their religion to preserve the memory of their dead by annual religious ceremo- nies performed in the house; but such of their friends as die on long voyages or in unknown places, and the date of whose death cannot be positively ascertained, are, according to the terms of their religion, honoured by sacred rites on this day. The ceremony "consists' in a man or woman preparing small round pieces of baked bread, called daruns, which are put on a tray or other copper vessel, along with fruits and flowers, over which the priest performs the prayers of the Baj, or "Vaj," as it is called by M. Anquetil Du Perron in his "Zend Avesta." According to the translation published by this learned Frenchman, the Baj is an invocation of the names of the departed, and of such of the angels as have a direct control over the souls of the dead after their departure from this world. Prayers of this sort are still performed among the Hindus and the Mahomedans, and are not unknown in the Roman Catholic countries of Europe.

"

ARDEBEHIST-JASAN.-This festival, as its name implies, is maintained in honour of Ardebehist Amshaspand, the angel controlling the sacred fire, that element being one of the symbols of worship. The fire-temples are crowded on this day, sandalwood is offered to the sacred flame, and prayers offered to the Supreme Deity.

THE NOWROZ.-The fifth on the list is the celebrated Nowroz, called by some the Nowroz-i-Jamshid or the Nowroz-ì-Sultan, the King's day. This celebrated festival falls generally about the 21st day of March, and corresponds with our Vernal Equinox. This day is observed by the modern Persians, the Arabs, the Turks, and several other Asiatic nations for the computation of the solar year, and for state purposes, such as the collection of revenue, and the arrangements for the agricultural operations of the year. Eastern writers date the origin of this festival from the time of Jamshid, the third king of the Peshdadian dynasty of Persia. Jamshid is supposed by Bailly to have flourished 3,209 years before Christ; the Shah Namah celebrates him as the first prince of his race who

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If we

introduced civilisation among mankind, and established the computation of time. are to believe the Persian writers, the exquisite bas-reliefs among the ruins of Persepolis, -still visible in beauty after a lapes of two thousand years,-are representations of the Court of Jamshid, more especially on the festival of the Nowroz. The sculptures at this place contain representations of the Courts of ancient Persia, with the long train of attendants bringing offerings to the feet of Monarchs; and, as the Nowroz is a sort of 露着 revenue settlement day, when the chiefs of different provinces lay their annual contributions before the throne, and are allowed audience with the monarch, the idea of a part of the Persepolitan bas-reliefs being a picture of some ancient king of Persia holding his court on the day of the Nowroz, does not appear to be without foundation. In Persia

this festival is kept for several days with unusual pomp by all the inhabitants, whether Mahomans or Parsees. In India it is simply a day of rejoicing.

AVA ARDUI SAR JASAN.-Ava, in the Zend text, is the name of the angel who presides over the sea, and this "Jasan," or festival, is held in his honour. The Parsees are required on this day to approach the sea shore, or any stream of water, and chant the Zend prayers, but owing to their long residence in India, they have borrowed many Hindu rites in the observance of this holiday, and offerings of sugar, cocoanuts, flowers, &c.. to the sea, are not uncommon: The better-informed portion of the community, however, do not join with their brethren in these superstitious acts. In Bombay a fair is held on the Esplanade in

honour of this festival.

ADAR JASAN. -Adar, another synonyme for fire, is the name by which the ninth month of the Parsee year is called. This is the most sacred of the twelve months, and the ninth day of that mouth is held in great respect and sanctity. On this day the fire temples are very much crowded, and offerings of sandalwood are made to the sacred flame, and money distributed among the priests.

      Besides the above, the festivals of the Parsees are the Meher Jasan, the Barman Jasan, and a few others of less importance, all of which are partially observed.

SIAMESE MODE OF DIVIDING TIME.

The 24 hours of each day are divided into two equal parts. The day time is called WAN, (sound a as ▲ in WHAT). The night time K'u'n (the apostrophe denotes that the letter- before it is aspirated). The former uniformly being at 6 o'clock A.M.; the latter at 6 P M. The hours of the forenoon are numbered 1, 2, 3, &c., up to 6, or mid-day. The hours of the afternoon are designated by the same numbers. Time in the forenoon is called Pëda Ch'ow, (ë sounded as E in PREY): time afternoon, Pēla Bäi. The word denoting any hour in the day time is Mong; that for night time is Tööm. In expressing 9 A.M., they say, "Sám (third) Mong Ch'ow:' -3 P.M., Sám Mong Bäi," 9 P.M., "Sám Tööin."

The hours of the night are counted in succession from 1 to 12.

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Six o'clock A.M.,

is the close of their twelfth hour of the night. Each night is divided into four watches of three hours each, and each watch is called a Yám.

Siamese months are designed to be lunar months; but they often vary from the moon a day or more. Each month is divided into two parts, viz. Kang K'UN (Waxing), and KANG RAAM (Waning). The former has always 15 days; but the latter has 15 days every 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th month; and 14th days every 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, and 11th month. Hence, six of their months have 30 days, and six 29 days= 354 to 12 months, which wants about 11 days to make up a full solar year. To compensate for this, they have an intercalary mouth of 30 days, once in two or three years.

The years 1853, 1855, 1858, and 1861, were leap-years. By this plan there is still a loss of about three days in 19 years, which is supplied by adding a day to their 7th month from time to time, as their Brahmin astrologers see to be necessary, which they did for 1860.

SIAMESE MODE OF DIVIDING TIME.

TABLE OF SIAMESE TIME.

60 Winat'ees make

6 Nat'ees

10 Båts

12 Mongs

12 Tööms

"

1 Nat'ee or minute

1 Bat

1 Mong or Toom (hour) 1 Wan (day)

1 K'u'n (night)

29 or 30 wans & k'u'ns make 1 Du'an (month)

12 or 13 Du'ans

10 Pers

1 Pec (year)

1

Sök, or cycle of ten.

They have no word to denote a week of time.

appropriate name and number.

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But each day of the seven has its Sunday is their first and Saturday their seventh day. By the recurrence of the first and seventh day they are reminded of the lapse of seven days, as we are by the word week.

The days of the week are:-

1st. Wan At'ït 2nd. Wan Chan 3rd. Wan Angk'an 4th. Wan Poot 5th. Wan Prahat 6th. Wan Söök

7th. Wan Sow

(day of the sun) Sunday. (day of the moon) Monday. (day of Mars) Tuesday.

(day of Mercury) Wednesday. (day of Jupiter) Thursday. (day of Venus) Friday.

(day of Saturn) Saturday.

     Their twelve months are each designated by its appropriate number, excepting the first and second. The former, instead of being called the first month, is called Duan ái, (month ái) the latter, Duan Yee (month Yee). The next succeeding month is called Dúan Sám: (third month); the next, Dúan See, (fourth month); and so on through the twelve.

The Siamese have two cycles, one within the other. The greater is twelve years, the smaller ten. The name of the former is Pec, the latter Sok. Every year of each kind of cycle has its own specific name.

Eka sök T'o sök

To sōk

Treeni sök

Benya sok

The years of the cvele of 12 are:-

1st. Pee Ch'òðat 2nd. Pee Ch'alòò

3rd. Pee K'an 4th. Pee T'aw 5th. Pee Marong 6th. Pee Masèng 7th. Pee Mameca

8th. Pee Mamaa

9th. Pee Wàwk 10th.. Pee Raka

year of the Rat

Horse

Caw

""

37

17

Tiger

Rabbit

17

""

""

Great Dragon

7

99

Small Dragon

22

oat

"J

"

""

Monkey

Cock

""

""

11th. Pee Chaw

Dog

"

12th. Pee Kõon

"

Hog

The years of the cycle of 10 are:--

1st of the cycle

Ch'áw sök

6th of the cycle.

2nd

23

"7

Sapp'á sok

7th

"

++

3rd

Aatt'a sōk

8th

"

""

""

4th 5th

59

Nōpp'a sök

9th

>>

99

Samrett'i sök

10th

19

19

**

""

     In writing the number of their Era, the name of each cycle, as it chances to be, is always given in the same connection.

Every Siamese in taught to remember carefully the name of each year of the cycle of 12, and by no means to forget the name of the particular year, moon, day of the

moon, and day of the week in which he was born. So that at any time, when he would count up the number of the years he has lived, he begins by repeating the name of the years in succession from the one that give him birth, until he comes back again to his birth-year, keeping tally with his fingers. Thus he counts on until he makes another cycle of twelve, more

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or less, as the case may be in regard to his age. He can tell quite certainly whether his age is within the first cycle of 12, or the second, third, or fourth; but if he be upwards of 60 years old, he is liable to get bewildered in his reckoning, for the want of the habit of counting his years by the year of the Era in which he was born. This the Siamese never do.

     The Siamese sacred Era is reckoned from the time it is supposed Buddh died, which was 2,409 years at the full moon in May, 1866. This reckoning is never used except in their religious matters. It is denominated Põōtà Sákkácát (Era of Buddh). Their civil Era, called Choolá Sákkárát (little Era), as reckoned from the time when Pra Rooang, a Siamese king of great celebrity, established it, and that was 1227 full years in March, 1866. Siamese, in writing their dates, always show first the year of their Era; second the day of the week; third the day of the waxing or waning moon; fourth the number of the month; fifth the names of the year; and sixth the particular year of the cycle of 10. mode of showing the day of week, day of moon, and the mouth is very concise.

Their

WEIGHTS, MEASURES, &c.

TABLE OF SIAMESE MONEY.

4 P'eis 2 Fu'ang

make 1 Fu'ang

20-076

"

1 Salu'ng

0:150

""

4 Sali'ngs

1 Bat or Tical

0-600

""

"

4 Bäts

32

1 Tämling

2:400

""

20 Tämlü'ngs

"1

1 Chäng

48.000

"?

50 Ch'ängs

25

1 Hap

2,400-300

"

100 Hiệp

1 Tira

**

24,000-000

    NOTE. The standard of weight being the coin of the country, weights are designated by the same terms. A Tical weights 236 grams Troy.

     The Siamese standard of weight is just double that of the Chinese; and goods are bought and sold in Bangkok more by the Chinese than the Siamese standard.

LONG MEASURE.

13

1 Niw....

-inch.

16

1 Nis

2 K'a'ps

make

1 Kúp 1 Nawk

""

""

4 Sawks

1 Wah

"

20 Wahs 400 Sens

1 su

9 1

12

75

>

་་

130 feet.

1 Yot

"1

9 statute miles.

19

Säwk in length, by 1 Säwk in

NOTE.-Timber is bought by the Yok, which is 64 width=36,864 Siamese inches, being equivalent to 169 square feet.

1 Tänan. 20 Tänan

DRY MEASURE.

1 pints.

make

1 Tăng 15 ""

25 Täuan

+

100 Táugs or 80 Sat

1 Sat

1 Keean (Coyan.)

NOTE. A Keean is 20 Piculs. A Picul, is 133 lbs. Avoirdupois.

SIAMESE CURRENCY.

TABLE OF EXCHANGE.

Salungs per dollar.

For $100.

Cents to each Tical.

Salungs per dollar.

For $100.

Cents to each Tical.

45

6.

150 Tls. or

66.66 Tls.

6.6

165 Tls. or

60.60 Tls.

6.025

150-621

66-39

6.525

165.62

60:37

6·050

151-25

66.11

6:650

166:25

60.15

6.075

151-87

65.84

6.675

166.87

59.92

6.1

152:50

65.57

6.7

167:50

59.70

6.125

153.121

65.30

6.725

168.121

59:48

6·150

158.75

65·04

6.750

168.75

59-27

6.175

154-371

64.71

6.775

169:37

59.04

6.2

155

64.51

6.8

170-

58.82

6.225

155.62

64-26

6.825

170-624

58.6)

6.250

156-25

64

6.850

171-25

58.39

6.275

156.871

63.74

6.875

171.871

58.18

6:3

157:50

63.50

6.9

172·50

57.97

6.325

158.121

63.24

6.925

173.12

57.76

6.350

158-75

62.99

6.950

173.75

57.55

6.375

159:37}

62.74

6.975

174-371

57.34

6.4

160-

62.50

7.

175-

57.14

6.325

160-621

62.26

7.025

175-623

56.94

6.350

161.25

62.

7:050

176-25

56.73

6.475

161-871

61.77

7.075

176-873

56.54

6.5

162.50

61.53

7-1

177·50

56:33

6.525

163.121

61.30

7.125

178.12

5674

6.550

163 74

61-07

7:150

178-75

55.94

6.575

164:37)

60-83

7.175

179-373

55.74

7.2

180

55.55

THE HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

ABERDEEN STREET, í A-pa-teen-kai,-(Queen's Road

Central to Caine Road).

ALBANY ROAD, HA-pun-nee-tau,-(Upper Albert Road

to Peak Road).

ALBANY STREET, A-pun-nee-kai,-(from Queen's Road

East to Praya East.)

ALBERT ROAD,

to Wyndham Street.)

A-lee-put-tau,-(Queen's Road Central

ALBERT ROAD, UPPER, A-lee-put-sheung-tau,-

(Albert Road to Caine Road.)

ARBUTHNOT ROAD,

Hollywood Road.)

A-put-not-tau,-(Caine Road to

BATTERY PATH, Bat-ta-le-king,-(from Murray Battery

to Queen's Road.)

BATTERY ROAD, Pow-toi-tau,--(Sailors' Home to Bonham

Road.)

BONHAM ROAD,Mun-hum-tau,-(Caine Road to Pok-fu-

lum Road.)

BONHAM STRAND, Mun-ham-tai-kai,-(Queen's Road

Central to Praya West.)

BONHAM STRAND EAST,

Praya Central to Bonham Strand.)

BONHAM STRAND WEST,

Strand to Praya West.)

BRIDGE STREET,

Mun-ham-tung-yeuk, -(from

Mun-ham-sai-yeuk,-(Bonham

Bit-lit-che-kai,-(from Leighton Hill

Road to Morrison Hill Road.)

BRIDGES' STREET,

♬ Pet-lit-gee-sze-kai,-(Staunton

Street to Tai-ping-shan Street.)

BURD STREET, ty Put kai,-(Mercer Street to Cleverly Street.)

BURROWS STREET,

Ba-lo-kai,-(from Wanchai Road to

Praya.)

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

47

CAINE ROAD, EX Keen-tau,-(Arbuthnot Road to Bonham Road.)

CANAL STREET EAST, ★★1⁄2

Wong-nei-chong Valley Road to Praya West.)

Tai-shui-hang-toong-kai,-(from

CANAL STREET WEST, ★★

Tai-shui-hang-sai-kai,-(from

Wong-nei-chong Valley Road to Praya.)

Ka-lo-lin-shan-to,--(Round

CAROLINE HILL Road,

Caroline Hill.)

CASTLE ROAD,Wai-shing-tau,-(Caine Road to Robinson

Road.)

CASTLE STEPS,

Wai-shing-kai-kup,-(From Seymour

Road to Robinson Road.)

CENTRE STREET,

CHANCERY LANE,

Road to Old Bailey Street.)

CIRCULAR BUILDINGS' LANE,

Yun-kok-ook-hong,-

Choong-kai,-(Praya West to Bonham Road.) Chan-see-lee-hong,--(Arbuthnot

(Hollywood Road to Queen's Road West.)

CIRCULAR PATHWAY,Kung-yun-hong,-(Gough Street

steps to Ladder Street.)

CLEVERLY STREET,Kip-pe-lee-kai,--(Central Praya

to Queen's Road West.)

COCHRANE STREET, Kok-lun-kai,-'Queen's Road Central

to Gage Street.)

Cross Road, Kau-ka-tau,-(from Wanchi Road to Spring

Gardens' Lane.)

CROSS STREET, Kau-ka-kai,-(From Bonham Strand to

Praya Central.)

D'AGUILAR STREET,

Central to Wyndham Street.)

DUDDELL STREET,

Tak-kee-la-kai,-(Queen's Road

Too-te-lee-kai,-(Queen's Road

Central next to Ice House Street.)

EAST STREET, Pth Tai-ping-shan-toong-kai,-(Queen's

Road Central to Market Street.)

EASTERN STREET, H

Road.)

Tung-pin-kai,-(Praya West to Bonham

ELGIN STREET, E-lee-kun-kai,-(Caine Road to Holly-

wood Road.)

ELGIN TERRACE, E-lee-kun-toi,-(From Shelley Street

to Caine Road.)

I Chew-koong-kwo-kwok-kai,

EMIGRATION STREET,

--(from Wanchi Road to

Praya.)

48

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

ENDICOTT LANE, H Hing-loong-kai,-(Queen's Road Central

to Praya Central.)

FIRST STREET, -- 1 Tai-yat-kai,-(from Eastern Street to Pok-

fu-lum Road.)

FRENCH STREET, Fat-lan-sai-kai,-(Battery Road to

Praya West.)

FUN MO STREET, Fun-mo-kai,-(Gap Street to Rutter

Street.)

GAGE STREET, Ka-gee-kai,-(Lyndhurst Terrace to Aber-

deen Street.)

GAP STREET, Cho-teen-shan-kai,-(Caine Road to

Queen's Road West.)

GARDEN ROAD,

binson Road.)

GILMAN'S BAZAAR,

Fa-yun-tau,-(from Albert Road to Ro-

Vihj Kee-lee-mun-sun-kai,-(Queen's

Road Central to Praya.)

GILMAN STREET, Kee-lee-man-hong,-Queen's Road

Central to Praya.)

GOUGH STREET, Ko-fu-kai,-(Aberdeen Street to Queen's

Road West.)

GRAHAM STREET, ET Ka-ham-kai,-(Queen's Road Central to

Staunton Street.)

GREAT GEORGE STREET, Ka-lit-cho-che-kai,-(Royal

Mint Street to Sea Wall.)

GUTZLAFF STREET,

Kwok-sze-lap-kai,-(Queen's Road

Central to Lyndhurst Terrace.)

HEARD STREET,

HIGH STREET,

HILL LANE,

HILL ROAD,

Street.)

HILL STREET, [1]

HILLIER STREET,

West.)

IIot-kai,-(from Wanchai Road to Praya.) Ko-kai,-(Bonham Road to Pok-fu-lum Road.) Shan-hong,-(from Hospital Hill Road.)

Shan-to,-(From Pok-fu-lum Road to Middle

Shan-kai,-(Pok-fu-lum Road to Belcher's Bay.) Hee-lee-kai,-(Strand to Queen's Road

HOLLYWOOD ROAD,Io-lee-wut-tau,-(Pottinger Street

to Queen's Road West.)

HOSPITAL HILL LANE, E-koon-shan-hong,-(Queen's

Road West.)

HOSPITAL ROAD, E-koon-tau,-(Bonham Road to Eastern

Street.)

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

49,

ICE HOUSE STREET, Ping-chong-kai,-(Praya Central to

Wyndham Street.)

JARDINE'S BAZAAR, Cha-tin-kai,-(Village Street to Praya

East.)

JERVOIS STREET, E Cha-wai-kai,-(Queen's Road Central to

Morrison Street.)

KING STREET, E Wong-kai,-(from Pennington Street to

Nullah.)

KING WILLIAM STREET,

Wai-lum-wong-kai,-(from

Pa-tai-kai,-(Queen's Road Central to

Pennington Street to Sea Wall.)

LADDER STREET,

Caine Road.)

LASCAR ROW UPPER, Mo-lo-sheung-king,-(Ladder

Street to West Street.)

TE Mo-lo-ha-king,-(Ladder Street to

LASCAR ROW,

Circular Buildings.)

LEIGHTON HILL ROAD,

round bottom of Leighton Hill.)

LYNDHURST TERRACE,

Lai-tun-shan-tau,-(running

ij Leen-hut-sze-hai,-(Wellington

Street to Hollywood Road.)

MARKET STREET,

mo Street.)

Kai-she-kai,-(Ladder Street to Fun-

MATHESON STREET, E Mat-tac-san-kai,-( Bridge Street to

Perceval Street.)

MERCER STREET, Mo-sha-kai,-( Praya Central to Jervois

Street.)

MORRISON HILL ROAD,Ma-lee-sun-shan-to,-(From

Observation Place to Gap.)

MORRISON STREET,

Ma-lee-sun-kai,-(Praya Central

to Queen's Road.)

MOSQUE JUNCTION,

Dj Mo-lo-meu-kau-kai,-(Robinson

Road to Shelley Street.)

MOSQUE STREET,

Mo-lo-meu-kai,-(Robinson Road to

Peel Street.)

MIDDLE STREET, Chung-kai,-(from Battery Hill to Bel-

cher's Bay.)

NULLAH LANE,

Praya.)

OBSERVATION PLACE,

Shek-ki-lee,-(from Wanchi Market to

to Morrison Hill Road.)

Ap-sa-wai-son-kai,-'from Praya

50

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

OLD BAILEY STREET, O-lo-pai-lee-kai,-(Hollywood

Road to Caine Road.)

ON-KEE LANE

Row.)

On-kee-hong,-(Queen's Road to Lascar

PARKER STREET, Pak-ká-kai,-(From Holywood Road to

Tai-ping-shan Street.)

PECHILI TERRACE, Pit-chee-lec-toi,-(From Peel Street

to Shelley Street.)

PEDDAR'S STREET, Pit-ta-kai,-(From Queen's Road Central

to Praya Central.)

PEEL STREET, Pi-lec-kai,-(Queen's Road to Robinson

Road.)

PENNINGTON STREET, Pin-ning-tun-kai,-(King William

Street to Mint.)

PERCEVAL STREET, Pa-see-wa-kai,-(Leighton Hill Road

to Praya.)

POTTINGER STREET, Po-teen-cha-hai,-(Praya to Holly-

wood Road.)

POUND LANE, Pon-hong,-(Hollywood Road to Rutter

Street.)

PRAYA CENTRAL, Hoy-pong-tau,-(Esplanade to Bonham

Strand.)

PRAYA EAST,

Market to East Point.)

PRAYA WEST,

     Strand to Belcher's Bay.) QUEEN'S ROAD CENTRAL,

ern market to Bonham Strand.)

QUEEN'S ROAD EAST,

Hoy-pong-tau-toong-kai,-(Eastern

Hoy-pong-tau-sai-kai,-(Bonham

★ a

Wong-how-tai-tau,--(East-

Wong-how-tai-tau-toong-

yeuk,-(Eastern market to Wanchi.)

QUEEN'S ROAD WEST,

Wong-how-tai-tau-sai-yeuk,

Bonham Strand to Pok-fu-lum Road.)

QUEEN STREET,

Wong-hau-kai,-(Praya to Queen's Road

West.)

QUOCK ACHEONG LANE,

Quok-chung-kai-(from Hollywood

Road to Tai-ping-shan Street.)

[IT]

ROBINSON ROAD,

Lo-peen-sun-tau,-(Albany Road to

Bonham Road.)

ROYAL MINT STREET, Chu-chin-kook-kai,-(Great

George Street to Mint.)

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

51

ROZARIO STREET, Lo-sa-lee-kai,-(from Ladder Street

to Tank Lane.)

RUSSELL STREET, La-sze-lee-kai,-(Bowrington Canal

to Perceval Street.)

RUTTER STREET, Lut-ta-kai,-(from Fun-Mo Street to

Upper Station Street.)

SAI-WOO LANE,

to Praya West.)

Sai-woo-kai,-(from Queen's Road West

SCOTT LANE, Sz-kut-kai,-(from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central.)

SECOND STREET, Tai-yee-kai,-(Hospital Road to Pok-fu-

lum Road.)

SEI KAI,

Central to Bonham Strand East.)

SEYMOUR ROAD,

Road.)

Kwong-yuin-sei-kai,-(from Queen's Road

Sai-mo-tau,-(Robinson Road to Bonham

SHARP STREET EAST, Shap-toong-kai,--(Bowrington Canal

to Leighton Hill Road.)

SHARP STREET WEST, Shap-sai-kai,-(Bowrington Canal

to Morrison Hill Road.)

SHELLEY STREET, Shae-lee-kai,-(IIollywood Road to

Mosque Gardens.)

SHIP STREET, Yeung-Tsün-kai,-(Queen's Road East to

Praya.)

SING-WONG STREET, Sing-wong-kai,-(from Caine Road

to Gough Street.)

SPRING GARDENS' LANE,King-tsun-yun-hong-(Queen's

Road East to Praya.)

SQUARE STREET, Sze-fong-kai,-(Ladder Street to Market

Street.)

ST. FRANCIS STREET,

Sing-fee-lan-sz-kai,--(from

Queen's Road East running South.)

STANLEY STREET, ±♬

to Graham Street.)

Sze-tan-lee-kai,-(D'Aguilar Street

STATION STREET, Chai-koon-kai,-(Caine Road to Fun-

Mo Street.)

STAVELY STREET, ‡ Sze-tae-wa-le-kai,-(Queen's Road

Central to Gage Street.)

±

STAUNTON STREET, Sze-tan-tun-kai,-(Old Bailey Street

to Bridges' Street.)

52

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

SUTHERLAND STREET, Sow-ta-lan-kai,-(Praya to

Queen's Road West.)

TAI-PING-SHAN STREET, Tai-ping-shan-kai,-(Bridges'

Street to Fun-Mo Street.)

TAI-WONG LANE,

E Tai-wong-hong,-(from Queen's Road

East to Praya East.)

TAM ACHOY LANE,

Kwong-yun-kai,-(From Theatre

Street to Hollywood Road.)

TANK LANE,

Shoey-chee-hong,-(Lascar Row to Caine

Road.)

THE GAP,

Kwat-tun-shan,-(from Queen's Road East to

Morrison Hill Road.)

THEATRE STREET, Hee-yun-kai,-(from Holywood Road

running North.)

THIRD STREET, Tai-sam-kai,-(Eastern Street to Battery

Road.)

TOONG-KAI,

Kwong-yuin-toong-kai,-(from Queen's

Toong-man-kai,-(Queen's Road

Road Central to Bonham Strand East.)

TOONG MAN LANE,

Central to Praya Central.)

TRIANGLE STREET, Sam-a-kai,-(from Wanchai Road to

Praya.) 此

TSEE-MEE ALLEY, Tsce-mee-kai,-From Queen's Road

West to Praya West.)

UPPER STATION STREET,

Chai-koon-sheung-kai,-(from

Hospital Road to Station Street.)

VALLEY ROAD,

Wa-lee-kai,-(Wong Nei Cheong round

Wong Nei Cheong Valley.)

VILLAGE STREET,

to Jardine's Bazaar.)

Heung-ha-kai,-(Leighton Hill Road

WANCHAI ROAD, Wan-chai-tau,-(Bowrington Canal to

Queen's Road.)

WARDLEY STREET, Wak-lee-kai,-(from Queen's Road

Central to Praya Central.)

WATER LANE, Shui-hong,-(from Queen's Road West to

水巷

Market Street.)

WEBSTER BAZAAR,

Road Central to Praya.)

‡‡ Vi

Wai-sze-ta-sun-kai,-(Queen's

WELLINGTON STREET,

Hi

Wye-ling-tun-kai,-(Wyndham

Street to Queen's Road Central.)

WEST STREET,

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

53

Tai-ping-shan-sai-kai,-(Queen's Road

to Tai-ping-shan Street.)

WESTERN STREET, Sai-pin-kai,-(from Bonham Road to

Praya West.)

WILMER STREET, Wai-le-ma-kai,-(Praya to Queen's

Road West.)

WING-ON LANE,

to Praya.)

WITTY STREET,

Street.)

Wing-on-hong,-(Queen's Road Central

Wat-te-kai,-(Praya West to Middle

WYNDHAM STREET, Wan-ham-kai,-(Queen's Road to

Hollywood Road.)

ZETLAND STREET, Sit-lan-kai,-(Queen's Road to Ice

House Street.)

$

LIST OF FOREIGN RESIDENTS IN CHINA, JAPAN,

THE PHILIPPINES AND SIAM,

FOR 1868.

In the following List, the occupation and residence are both given so far as ascertained. Where the Name of the Toen is omitted, Hongkong will be understood.

Abbott, A. B., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Abbott, J., tidewaiter, maritime custotus, Chinkiang. Abbott, J. B.. (Sayle, & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Abbott, R. J., customs assistant, Canton, (absent).

Abdoolekareem, S. A., (Vaponjee & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Abdoll, Hoosein Alladeen, (Abdoollally Ebrahim & Co.) manager, Canton.

Abdoolally, S., (A. Ebrahim & Co.) clerk.

Abdoolally, N., merchant, Gage Street.

Abdoolcader, E., (A. Budroodin) chrk.

Abdoolcader, M., (A. Ebrahim & Co.) clerk.

Abdoollatiff, A., (D. Vassonjes & Co.) merchant, Stanley Street, (absent).

Abdoollatiff, A., (Ameroodeen, Jafferbloy & Co.) merchant, Stanley Street, (absent.)

Abegg, F., (Bavier & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Abendroth, H. E. C., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street.

Abraham, E., (Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Abraham, J., (Sassoon, Sons & Co.) Cheefoo.

Abramornoff, N., Russian Mission, Peking.

Abreu, J., doctor, Macao.

  Adair, Henry J., (Baldwin & Co.) butcher, Yokohama. Adam, R., (Nicholson & Boyd), engineers, Nagasaki. Adams, M. C., butcher, Nagasaki

Adams, W. Stanley, resident surgeon, Seamen's Hospital. Adams, A. J., manager, Local Post Office, Shanghai. Adams, Willis, Constable, U. S. Consulate, Shanghai

  Adrian, J. (Adrian & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki. Adrian, T., (Adrian & Co.) clerk, Nakasaki.

Agabeg, A. L., Jr., merchant, Wellington Street. Agabeg, G. L., broker, Caine Road.

Agabeg, M., broker, Caine Road,

  Agostini, Secretaire, French Municipal Council, Shanghai. Aguila, A. L. Sanches del, sorter, post-office.

F

J

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Aguilar, Josè d', Consul General for Spain, Macao.

Aguirre, E. de, merchant, and Consul for Chili, Manila, (absent.) Agum, G. M., (E. Cassumbhoy) manager, Shanghai,

Ahfah, L. W., storeman, H. M. Naval Yard.

Ablers, H. H., (Chas. Gutschow & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Ahlmann, J. W., chief officer, Fort William, P. & O. Co. receiving-ship, Harbor. Ahmed, D. M. S., (Shaik Dawood, Shaik Ahmed) clerk, Canton.

Ahnedin, J. M., (J. W. Endicott) clerk, Macao.

Ainslie, Arch., (J. Livingston & Co.) clerk, Tientsin. Aitken, A. G., (P. & O. Co.) engineer, West Point. Aitken, J., (Dow Aitken & Co.) merchant, Hankow. Akabeg, A., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Alabaster, H., acting British Consul, Bangkok. Alabaster, Chaloner, French Vice-Consul, Chefoo, Albert, A., inspector of Nuisances, Hongkong. Albuquerque, J. O. de. Costa Cabral, captain, Macao.

Alcock, Sir R., K.C.B., British minister plenipotentiary, Peking.

Alcock, G. H., (Schultze, Reiss & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Alemão, D., (Brandao & Co.) clerk, 29, Wellington Street.

Alexander, W. H., Registrar, Supreme Court.

Alexandro, P., constable, British consulate, Foochow.

Alford, J., (P. & O. Co.) boiler maker, West Point.

Alford, Right Rev. C. R., Lord Bishop of Victoria, St. Paul's College,

Algar, T., (F. Blackhead & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road, (absent.)

Alegre, Jean, (Cucullu & Co.) merchants, Manila.

Allanson, W., Jr., Praya Grande, Macao.

Allard, G., merchant, Yokohama.

Allcock, Geo. H., (Bradwell, Bloor & Co.) clera, Shanghai.

Allcott, G., customs tidewaiter, Whampoa,

Allen, F. M.. Superintendent of the Coining Department, No. 4, Morrison Hill.. Allen, Robt., resident, Yokohama.

Allen, A. P.. (P. M. S. S.) clerk, Praya West.

Allen, J. W., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Allen, H. J., British consulate, acting Interpreter, Foochow.

Allen, Joseph W., merchant, Shanghai.

Allen. C. F. R., assistant, Briti-h consulate, Hankow.

Ailen, Rev. Y. J., missionary, Shanghai.

Allen, Henry American resident, Yokohama.

Allen, W., (Union Dock Co.) carpenter. Whampoa. Allen, Isaac J., U. S. Consul, Wyndham Street. Allevado, A., constable British consulate, Takao. Allin, A., assistant, Maritime Customs, Chefoo. Allison, J.. engineer, Cruizer Hai-ching, Whampoa. Allmand, J., (Allmand & Co.) Yokohama,

Alonço, J., (De Souza & Co) compositor, Hollywood Road. Almario, F. S., compositor, Daily Press office.

Almeida, J. A. de (Macoa Battalion) captain, Macao.

Alonco, V., (Hongkong Gas Company) clerk, Queen's Road.

Alt, W. J., (Alt & Co.) metchant, Nagasaki,

Alvares, M, teacher of English, St. Joseph's c llege, Macao. Alvarez, Don Pedro, 2nd Secretary, Spanish Legation, Peking.

Alves, A. F., accountant, Colonial Treasury.

Alves, J. M. S., clerk, Colonial Secretary's office.

Alves, J. L. D., clerk, Harbour Master's office.

Alvin, F. J. S., commander of police, Macao.

55

56

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Ames, S. J. B. commissioner of police, Bangkok.

Amb.ose, R., inspector of police.

Amos, R., (F. L. Hazeland) clerk.

Amy, C., Customs tidewaiter, Whampoa.

Anderson, A., (Skeggs & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Anderson, W. B., 1st Officer, Customs revenue cruiser, Ningpo.

Anderson, Geo., resident, Nagasaki.

Anderson, J., foreman shipwright, Hongkong & Whampoa Dock, Aberdeen.

Anderson, John, proprietor, "St. Petersburg Hotel," Nagasaki.

Anderson, J., (R. Adamson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Anderson, G., (John Riach & Co.) carpenter, Praya West.

Anderson, A. H., examiner, customs, Shanghai.

Aederson, J., constable (Portuguese Consulate) Nagasaki. Anderson, R., (W. R. Adamson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Anderson, J., " Excelsior Hotel," Whampoa.

   Anderson, J. L., (Tait & Co.) tea inspector, Amoy. Anderson, G., bill and bullion broker, Mosque Terrace. Anderson, R., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang. Andoe, A. C., (Hughes, Wilgoss & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Andre, A., (Melchers & Co.) merchant, Graham Street. Andreossi,, merchant, Yokohama.

Andrew, W. P., photographer, Yokohama. Andrews, C. H., (H. M. dockyard) clerk.

Andrews, H. J., inerchant, Manila.

Andrews, R., (Nicholson & Boyd) Shanghai.

Andrews, Thoinas, branch pilot, Bangkok.

Andrews, E., (Holliday Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Annesley, A. A., assistant and packet agent, British consulate, Nagasaki.

Anningstone, W., Inspector of Police.

Antinori, S., professor of music, St. Joseph's College, Macao.

Anthony, T. J., (Broadbear, Anthony & Co.) shipchandler, Praya.

Anthony, G. W., News agent, Shanghai.

Antoine, E., Chef, de Police, French Municipal Police Station, Shanghai.

Anton, J. R., (Morgan, Lambert & Co.) clerk.

Anseil, E. F., assistant accountant, (Oriental Bank) Yokohama-

Applin, Vincent J., Captain Comm inding Legation Mounted Escort, Yeddo.

Aquino, E. d', clerk, post-office.

Aquino, J, d', clerk, H.M. naval yard.

Aquino, J. F. d', (A. H. Carvalho.) clerk, Shanghai.

Aquino. J. C. d', (A. Heard & Co.) clerk.

Aquino, B. J. d', (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Aquino, J. d', (H. C. Caldwell) clerk, Queen's Road.

Arab, M., boarding house keeper, Lascar Row,

Arcanaga, M., Goveruor, Civil Government, Manila. Archard, A., hotel keeper, Manila

Arendt, M, in charge, Prussian consulate, Tien' sin. Aranda, J., commissary civil government, Manila.

Aretz, W., (Textor & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Argaiz, D., Joze de, Spanish legation secretary, Peking.

Armagnay,, French resident, Yokohama.

Armistead, A., assistant, P. & O. Company,

Armour, J., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Tientsin.

Armstrong, John M., (Thomas Hunt & Co.) shipchandler, Peddar's Wharf.

Armstrong, J. S., examiner, Customs, Hankow.

Arnhold, Jacob, (Arnhold, Karberg & Co ) merchant. Praya.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Aroozoo, J J., (Dow & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Arrieta, J. M., attorney, Marine Court, Mauila.

Arthur, E. A., (Mercantile Bank) manager, (absent)

Ashley, Chas. J., (Ashley & Ludlam) sailmaker, Shanghai. Ashton, John, (Ashton & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Aspinall, W. G., (Aspinall, Carns & Co.) merchant, Yokohama. Assumpcio, J. C. da, accountant, Customs, Macao.

Aston, W. G., student, H. B. M.'s Legation, Yeddo.

Atkin, E., Junr., clerk, Royal Mint.

Atkins, H. St. L., (Reynolds & Co.) clerk, Sual. Atkinson, Revd. C., missionary, Peking.

Aubeg, H., (Walsh & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Aubert,.. (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Yokohama.

Aurbach, E., (Aurbach & Co.) merchant, Ningpo. (absent) Austin, C. L., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Austin, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Austin, G., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Iloilo.

Autey, W., sub-manager, Gas Co.'s office, Queen's Road. Autey, W. H., collector, Hongkong Gas Company.

Avril, P., "Hotel des Colonies" Tavern, Queen's Road. Aylmore, G., secretary and steward, Hongkong Club.

Azevedo, F H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point. Azevedo, M., (C. H. Caldwell) clerk, Queen's Road.

Azevedo, F. de, (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

Azevedo, J. J. d', clerk, Customs, Mac o.

Azevedo, P. A. d', Receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai. Azevedo, J. M., (Jamieson & Barton) clerk.

Bade, S., (E. Schellhaas & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Badham, W. L. G., Head-master Chinese Government school, Canton. Baer, S., (S. Baer & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Bagley, P., American resident, Yokohama.

Bailer, O., Customs tide-waiter, Canton.

Bailey, Rev. M. B., consular chaplain, Yokohama.

Bain, Geo. M., reporter, China Mail, Wyndham Street.

Bain, H. W.. (Elles & Co.) clerk, Takao.

Bain, J., engineer, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock) Aberdeen. Baird, W., American resident, Nagasaki.

Bake, H., Customs tide-surveyor, Ningpo.

Baker, C. N., (Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Baker, R. B., manager, Chartered Mercantile Bank, Shanghai.

Baker, Thos., (Adamson & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Baker, George, (Farr & Co.) soda water maker, Shanghai.

Baker, C., (Smith, Archer & Co.) merchant, Yokohama. (absent)

Baker, S. W., (S. W. Baker & Co.) draper, Queen's Road.

Baker, J, (H. J. Frey) clerk, Yokohama.

Baker, R. E, superintendent, Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Company, West Terrace. Bakstein, V., as-istant Russian consulate, Hakodadi.

Balbasy, Castro T., (De Castro & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Balin. B., American resident, Yokohama.

Baldwin, Rev. C. C., missionary, Foochow.

Balfour, F. H., (Scheibler, Matthaei & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

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Ball, Hon. H. J., Acting Attorney General and Julge of Summary Jurisdiction

Court, Castle Road.

Ballagh, Rev. J., missionary, Yokohama.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Ballance, T. F., (Ballance & Hallam) merchant, Hankow. Ballantyne, J., Customs tide- waiter, Kiukiang.

Ballard, N. A, (Eisler & Co.) Yokohama.

Ballyzeck, Col L. de, resident minister, Russian Legation, Peking. Baptista, M., teacher, St. Saviour's College, Pottinger Street. Baptista. J. M., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Barber, J. S., merchant, (Ross, Barber & Co.) Yokohama.

Barber, G. J., chief engineer, H. M. Naval Yard.

Barbour, E. D., (Russell & Co.) book-keeper, Queen's Road. (absent) Barchet, Revd. S. P. missionary, Ningpo.

Barlow, Henry, (Shaw, Winstanley & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Barlow. II., (Wm. Watson) clerk, Shanghai.

Barnard. A, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Barnard F., Barrister-at-Law, Club Cha:: bers, d'Aguilar Street.

Barnes, J. P., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Barnes, C. W, (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Barnes, L., coach builder, d'Aguilar Street.

Barnicot, W., clerk, colonial secretary's office, Wyndham Street. Barron, S. J., baker, Shanghai.

Barradas, D. J., clerk, Post Office.

Barradas, M. F., compositor, (A. H. de Carvalho & Co.) Shanghai.

Barradas, F., (Eisler & Co) clerk, Yoko' ama.

Barrantes, V., Colonial Secretary, Manila.

Barretto, L., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk.

Barrette, João A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) book keeper, East Point.

Barretto, L. A., (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Peel Street,

Barretto, B. A., merchant, Manila.

Barretto, A. V., (Peel, Hubbil & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Barretto, J. A. Junr, (F. 1. Hazeland) clerk, Court House.

Barretto, L. Jr., clerk, (Hongkong Gas Company) Queen's Road.

Barretto, G., (Guichard et fils) cierk, Manila.

Barros, D. de, Oriental Hotel. Honam, Canton.

Barros, J. F. E, (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Barros, Pedro, Marine reporter, China Mail.

Barros, J. C., 1st clerk, colonial secretary's office, Macao,

Barrington, Thos. W.. clerk and asher. Supreme Court, Wyndham Street.

Barton, Z., (Jamieson & Barton) opium inspector, Gongh Street.

Baskes, P. H., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) clerk, Bangkok.

Batchelder, J. M., builder and contractor, Shanghai.

Bate, Clifford, clerk, civil department, Supreme Court, Shanghai. Bates, Rev. G., missionary, Ningpo.

Bathen, A., assistant harbor master, Shanghai,

Batos, C. W., M.D., American resident, Yohobama.

Batt, E. W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Batteke, G., (Eisler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama.

Batten, H., deputy assistant harbour master, Shanghai.

Battison, J., (Mackenzie & Co.) merchant, Shangbai.

Bauduin, A. J., Netherlands and Switzerlani Consul, Nagasaki.

Baumgarten, L., (Bernard, Eccard & Rand) godown keeper, Yokoha.na.

Bavier, E., merchant, Yokohama.

Bavink, C., Dutch resident, Nagasaki.

Baxter, A., pilot, Taku.

Bayd, C., (E. Schellhass & Co.) clerk.

Bayfield, George, (Fogg & Co,) clerk, Shanghai.

Beach, Rev. W. R., colonial chaplain, Hongkong.

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Bean, A., (Trautmann & Co.) clerk, Hankow. Bean, W., (Innes & Co.) clerk, Hankow. Beau, L., French resident, Yokohama. Bean, W. merchant, Chinking.

Bengie, John, English resident, Kiukiang. Beart, E., book-keeper, China Mail office.

   Beatto, Felix, (Beatto & Wirgman) artist, Yokohama. Beaver, T., (American resident) Nakasaki.

Beazly Henry (Birley, Worthingto & Co.) clerk, Hankow. Beck, -, clerk, U. S. Naval Depôt, Stag Hotel. Becker, H., (Textor & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Beebee, C. G., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

   Beech, W. H., (Findlay Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila. Bech, G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Behin, O. C., (William Pastau & Co.) clerk, Pottinger Street. Belincke, H., (Morrice, Behucke & Co.) engineer, Shanghai. Behncke, E., (Lindau & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Behre, E. (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) merchant. Belilios, E. R., merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace,

Belilios, A. R., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Bell, W. M., Hongkong Dispensary, manager, Queen's Road. Bell, F. H., (Adamson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Bell, W. H., lessee and publisher, Daily Press office.

Bell, F. H., (Adamson & Co.) clerk, Kanagawa.

Bell, A., foreman of works, Hongkong Gas Company, Queen's Road. Bellagnets, Leon, interpreter, French Legation, Peking.

Bellem, J., merchant, Macao.

Bellonnet, M. de, French Legation, Peking.

   Benjamin, A. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) elerk, Praya. Benjamin, D., (D. Sassoon Sons & Co.) clerk Tientsiu.

Benecke, O., (Welchers & Co.) clerk, Graham Street.

Bennett, C. C., (Fobes & Co.) shipchandlers, Shanghai.

Bennett, G. W., commander, receiving-ship Wellington, Shanghai.

Bennett, W. R., (China Fire Insurance Company) cierk, Shanghai.

Berning, T. B., commander, steamer Kiu-King, H. C. & M. S. Company.

Benning, A. A., commander, Tug Little Orphan, Union Dock Company. Benson, E. S., merchant, Yokoliania.

Benthunal, David, English resident, Yokohama.

Bergau, J., (Kniffler & Co.) godown-keeper, Nagasaki,

Bergen, E. W. von, (Deetjen & Von Bergen) merchant, (absent.)

Berlin, Dr., student interpreter, Prussian Legation, Yeddo.

Berando, A., (A. E. Salter) clerk, Chinkiang.

Bernard Robt., M.D., B.A., Deputy Inspector-General, H.M.H.S. Melville. Bernard, D., (Bernard, Eccard & Rand) merchant, Yokohama.

Bernard, J., secretary, Shanghai General Hospital.

Bernard, J., accountant and average stater, Shanghai.

Bernhard, J., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Bernuth, R. von, (Schutze, Reiss & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Bertaelot, C.. police municipal Francaise, Shanghai. Bertholen, A., (Duforest & Co.) baker, Shanghai.

Bertrand, C., (Messageries Imperiales) agent, Queen's Road.

Berwich, George, comprador, Hakodadi.

Berwick, James, acting manager, Oriental Bank. Besier, J. N., (Hartmans & Besier) merchant, Nagasaki. Beste, I., tidewaiter, Customs, Shanghai.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Beveridge, H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Beyer, L., (Schellhass & Co.) merchants, Queen's Road. Beyer, F., (W. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Pottinger Street. Bhabba, S. B., broker, Gage Street.

Bhoymea, E., (A. Ebrahim & Co.) clerk

Bideu, F. A., clerk, Stamp Collector's Office.

Bibby, H. K., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Bielfeld, Alex., (Bielfield & Zachariae)cigar and tobacco dealer, 86, Queen's Road.

Bigsby, W. E. D., (Sassoon Sons, & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Bininger, B., shipping and commission merchant, Shanghai.

Bird, S. G., (Dodd & Co.) assistunt, Tamsui.

Bird, R. E., (D. Muirhead) shipwright, Shanghai.

Birt, J., (Nicholson & Boyd) Nagasaki.

Birt, W., (Primrose & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Bischoff,, watchmaker, Manila.

Bishop, R., clerk, judicial department, Supreme Court, Shanghai. Bismark, C., interpreter and secretary, Prussian Legation, Peking. Black, J. L., publisher and auctioneer, Yokohama.

Blackbend, F. J. B., (Blackhead & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's Road. Blackmore, J. L., clerk, Customs, Shanghai.

Blackwood, E., proprietor, " Empire Tavern," 270, Queen's Road West.

Blain, John, (Blain, Tate & Co.) merchant, Shanghai, (absent)

Blair, J. H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Blake, Franklin, (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Blakeman, A. Noel, law and commercial reporter, Daily Press office, Wyndham Street. Blakiston, T., merchant, Hakodadi.

Blanc, V., (Ravel, Blanc & Co.) merchant, Yokohama, (absent)

Blanchard, W. C., (Union Wharf Company) manager, Shanghai.

Blanchton, E., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shangbai.

Bland, C. S., (Rose, Barber & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Biane, V., French resident, Yokohama.

Bleecker, A., (Fawcett & Co.) assistant, Wellington Street.

Blekman, M., secretary and interpreter, French Legation, Yeddo. Blethen, C. P., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Blodget, Rev. Henry, missionary, Peking.

Bloor, F., (Bradwell, Bloor & Co) merchant. Shanghai.

Blum, J., (Blum Brothers & Co.) Hollywood Road, (absent)

Blum, Gobert, (Blum Brothers & Co.) Hollywood Road, (absent.) Blum, Alph., (Blum Brothers & Co.) Shanghai.

Blumenthal, A., dispenser, Hongkong Dispensary, Queen's Road. Blydenburg, J. S., (Smith, Archer & Co.) merc ant, Yokohama. Blyth, P. L., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Boad, W., pilot, Taku.

Bloger, H., (Kirchner & Boger) merchant.

Boggust, J., smith, H M. Naval Yard.

Bogua, C., (R. Habibhoy) clerk, Stanley Street.

J'olens, E., merchant, Nagasaki. (absent)

oll, R., milliner, Shanghai.

Somanjee, M.. (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Bomeyer, H., (Grosser & Ca) clerk, Yokohama.

Bono, C. V., Maritime Customs, tidewaiter, Shanghai. Bonnett, W. W., (Bonnett & Co.) Wyndham Street. Bonnett, R. W., (Commissariat), clerk.

Bonne, H., (Wm. Pustau & Co,) clerk, Pottinger Street.

Bonstard, E., Jr., (Tillson, Herrman & Co.) merchant, Manila.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

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Bony, H. de, (Dubost & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Booth, O., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) Shanghai. Booth, R. H. G., bill-broker, Shanghai.

Borel, Eugene, (T. Sandri) merchant, Tientsin.

Borel, C., merchant and Spanish vice-consul, Foochow. Borchardt, F., (T. Kroes & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Borgazzi, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington Street, (absent.) Borges, J. F., "Liverpool Arms" tavern, Queen's Road.

Borntraeger, F., (Trautmanu & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Borries, W., apothecary, Manila.

Bosch, Jose de, British vice-consul, Sual.

Bosman, C. H. M., (Bosman & Co.) merchant, Praya. Bossmar, F. police constable, Ningpo.

Botelho, A., Civil Hospital dispenser.

Botelho, G. S., (Mello & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Botelho, G. S., compositor, China Mail office.

Botefuhr, J. H. L., (Botefuhr & Co.) shipwright, Swatow. Bottado, R., (P. M. S. S. Co.) clerk Bridges Street. Bottomley, C. D., brofer and auctioneer, Queen's Road. Boucouris, A. J., (Petrocochino & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Boulland, V., (Duhost & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road. Bounneville, E., (Remi de Montigny) clerk, Shanghai. Bourlet, C., Customs clerk, Hankow.

Bouret, M., French resident, Yokohama.

Bourjau, A., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) merchant, Praya No. 5 (absent.) Bourjau, R., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Prava No. 5.

Bousema, R., proprietor, "New Amsterdam Hotel," Nagasaki.

Boven, J. V., (Eisler & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Boveschen, A., (Textor & Co.) clerk, Yokolama.

Boveschen, C., (Textor & Co.) clerk, Yokohama,

Bovet, G., (Bovet Bros.) Shanghai,

Bowen, E., shipping clerk, Sailors' Home, Shanghai.

Bower, F., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) merchant, Shanghai, (absent.) Bower, M., British resident, Nagasaki.

Bower, S., (Wm. Reis) clerk, Ningpo,

Bowman, Geo. F., agent, (P. M. S S. Co.) Praya West.

Bourne, Win., (Bourne & Co.) auctioneer, Yokohama.

Bowra, Edwd. C., interpreter, Imperial Maritime Customs. Boxal, W., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard.

Boval, H. V., (J. P. da Silva & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Boyal. J., tidewaiter, Takao.

Boyd, T. D., (Boyd & Co.) merchant, Amoy.

Boyd, C, fitter and turner to the Mint, Queen's Road.

Boyd, G. M., (Nicholson & Boyd,) Shanghai.

Boyer, Alex., draper, Wellington Street.

Boyle, J. II., British resident, Yokohama.

Boyle, H. L., merchant, Yokohama.

Bozier, T., proprietor, "London Tavern," Nagasaki.

Bozier, G., assistant, "London Tavern," Nagasaki.

Bradfield, J., manager, Medical Hall, Shanghai.

Bradford, O. B., clerk, U. S. Consul general, Shngbui.

Bradwell, J. B., (Bradwell, Bloor & Co.) merchant, Shanghai, (absent.)

Braess, C. T. W., (Gaymans & Co.) clerk, Ngasaki.

Braga, J. J., Mucao.

Braga, C., (C. Braga & Co) chemist and druggist, Queen's Road.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Braga, V. E., chief clerk, Royal Mint.

Bragshaw, C. D., light house keeper, Shanghai.

Brand, James, T., (Brand, Monro & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Brand, C., (Lindau & Co.) clerk, Yokohama,

Brand, D., (Brand, Munro & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Brand, W., (Wm. Brand & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Brand, Ed. A., pilot, Shanghai Mercantile Pilot Company. Brandio, A. T., (Brandão & Co.) clerk. Macao. Brandão, A. C., (Brandão & Co.) merchant, Macao, Brandão L. N., (Brandão & Co.) clerk, Macao. Brandão, A. J., (Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya. Brandão, J. G., (H. Fogg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Brandio, A. J., (Brandão & Co.) merchant,

Brandt, O., (Maertens, Latham & Co.) clerk, Shanghai, Brandt, J. F., (Brandt & Favre) watchmaker, Yokohama, Brandt, C. F., (Brandt & Favre) watchmaker, Yokohama, Brandt, M. Von., Prussian Charge d'Affairs, Yeddo. Brankin, M., Shanghai Steam Boat Dock, Shanghai. Brush, J., (D. Muirhead) shipwright, Shanghai.

Brawn, C., pilot, Taku.

Breen, John, (Smith & Breen) butcher and compradore, Nagasaki, Brenier, G., agent, Services Maritimes des Messageries Imperiales, Shanghai. Brennan, W.. Customs tide waiter, Kinkiang

Brent, A., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokoliama.

Brereton, W. H., (H. C. Caldwell) clerk, Queen's Road.

Brett, Robert, mannger, Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, Yokohama.

Brett, J. C., Customs tide-waiter, Fonchow.

Brett, J. B., Catholic Missionary, Ningpo,

Brettschneider, E., physician, Legation, Peking.

Bridges, H. G., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk and acting vice-consul for Russia, Hankow. Brinkley, Lieut. Frances, private secretary and aide to H. E. Sir R. G. MacDonnell Bristow, C. J., suprintendent purser, (P. & O. S. N. Co.), Queen's Road,

Britto, F. L., clerk, Spanish Consulate, Macao.

Britto, J. L., (C. Braga & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Britto, J. B., clerk, P. & O. Works, West Point.

Britto, A. de, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk.

Broadbear, E. D., Shipchandler, Praya.

Broadbent, J. W., (Barnett & Co.) n erchants, Shanghai.

Broadfoot, W., manager and proprietor "Queen's Hotel," Ningpo.

Broadhurst, John, captain light ship, Lower Yangtze.

Broaderick, M., proprieter "Oriental Hotel," Nagasaki.

Broekhuyzen,-, Dutch resident, Nagasaki,

Broggy, P., (Dubost & Co) clerk, Queen's Road.

Brombury, P., (F. Blackhead & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Bromley, J. R., tea inspecter (Riess & Co.), Shanghai. Brondsted, Rud. (Brondsted & Co.) merchant, Hankow.

Brooks, Jas. A., auctioneer, Wyndham Street.

Brooksbank, John S., American resident, Yokohama. Brossard, J., tidewaiter, Mritime Customs, Shanghai.

Brown, J., Deputy Commisssoner, Maritime Customs, Canton. Brown, T., proprietor, "Starling Inn," Ningpo.

Brown, W. B., broker and commission merchant, Shanghai. Brown, A. N., (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo.

Brown, H. D., (Brown & Co.) merchant, Amoy.

Brown, R. M., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama,

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Brown, T. M., chief tide surveyor, Imperial Maritime Customs, Canton. (absent) Brown, J. Mc. L., assistant, British legation, Peking.

Brown, P., pilot, Ningpo.

Brown, W., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Brown, C., (Alt. & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Brown, H. St. J., secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Yokohama.

Brown, F., C., (Wilson, Nicholls & Co.) Shipchandler, Amoy. Brown, O., assistant, Imperial Maritime Customs, Tientsin.

Brown, H., tidewaiter Maritime Customs, Canton.

Brown, Charles, resident, Nagasaki.

Brown, J., (Findlay, Richardson & Co) clerk, Manila.

Browne, J. E., (C. H. How & Co.) clerk, Fonchow.

Bruinied, J., (Case & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Brunker, J. R, Major General-commanding, H. M. forces in China.

Brunat, P., (Hecht. Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Brunel, P., French resident, Yokohama.

Brunel, T., (Messageries Imperiales) clerk, Queen's Road.

Bruno, J., Dutch resident, Yokohamia.

Brussel, Mortis, (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) accountaut, Hongkong. Bruyn, H. (Carst, Lels & Co.) merchant, Yokohama.

Bryans, W. J., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Bryant, T.. (A. Berthelon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Buckle, R N., Lieut. Royal Engineers, Yokohama. Buckley, H. P., (A. Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Buchanan, J., (Mackenzie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Buderbloy, J., (1). Vasonjce & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street. Buddie, C., (Dreyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Budroodeen, J., (A. Juff rbhoy & Co.) merchant, Stanley Street.

Budroodeen, J., (D). Vassonjee & Co.) merchant, Stanley Street.

Buffum, C. H., Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang.

Bulkley, A. B., (Smith, Archer & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Bullock O., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Buncombe, Wm., opium inspector.

Burdon, Rev. J. S., missionary, Peking.

Burdock, L. N., (H., Baldwin & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Burger, W., Dutch resident, Nagasaki.

Burgess G. W., (Baldwin & Co.) Yokohama.

Burghignoli. Rev. G., Catholic missionary, Wellington Street.

Burjorjee, D., (P. & O. Co.) clerk, Hongkong,

Burjorjee, D., (D. C. Tata) clerk.

Burke, J., M.D., Surgeon, Manila.

Burkill, A. R (Dow & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Burlingame, Hon. A., United States minister, Peking.

Burnett, J. H., tidewaiter, Hankow.

Burns, Rev. W. C., missionary, Peking.

Burr, William, A. pilot, Shanghai Mercantile pilot Company,

Burridge, R., engineer, H.M. Naval Yard.

Burrill, E. D., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Burrows, Silas E., Jr. (S. E. Burrows & Sons) merchent, St. John's Place.

Burrows, V. H., (S. E. Burrows & Sons) mercnant, St. John's Place.

Burt, J. C., first boarding officer, Harbour Master's office.

Burton, G. W., missionary, Shanghai.

Busch, C., Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo.

Busch, Afred (North-China Herald) book-keeper, Shanghai. Busch, H., (Textor & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Buse, D., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, D'Aguilar Street.

Bush, J. E., merchant, Newehwang.

Bush, John, Harbour master, Bangkok.

Bush, F. T.. (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Butcher, J. B., proprietor, Horse Repository, rear of Muray Barracks.

Butcher, C'has., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Butcher, Rev. C. H., British consular chaplain, Shanghai.

Butler, George A., (Shanghai S. N. Co.) godown keeper, Shanghai. Butler, G., (Petrocochino & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Butterfield, K. S., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Shanghai. (absent) Byramjee, R., general broker, Shanghai.

Byramjee, A, (Subadar & Co.) clerk, Lansdowne Terrace.

Byrne, E. W., (W. Watson) book keeper, Shanghai.

Cable, W. G. H., assistant, Maritime Customs, Chefoo.

Cabral. J. C., Principe, I. Carlos, Macao.

Cabanis, Rev A. B., missionary, Shanghai. (absent)

Cachon, L. Abbe Mermet de, Japanese interpreter, Yokohama.

Cahill, Rev. Thos., professor of English, Saint José Seminary, Macao. Cailliez,-., saddlery, Manila.

Caine, G. W., British consul, Swatow.

Cairns, R. H., Marine surveyor, (Vincent & Cairns) Club Chambers.

Caldwell, H. C., solicitor and notary, Queen's Road.

Caldwell, D. Junr., (H. C. Caldwell) clerk, Queen's Road,

Caldwell, D. R, interpreter, Aberdeen Street.

Calludo, P., apothecary, Lock Hospital, Hongkong. Callado, Mrs., Matron Lock, Hospital, Hongkong.

Callis, T., issuer of stores, (P. & O. Co.) Hollywood Road, Camajee, D. N., (D. N. Camajee & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Camajee, A. C., (P. & A. C. Camajee) merchant, Queen's Road. --Camello, J. M. de Sa, lieut. Macao battalion, Macno. -Cameron, L., acting accountant. (Oriental Bank) Shanghai.

Cameron, F., clerk, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) Hengkong. Cameron, Wm., Liquidating attorney, Commercial Bank, Hongkong. Campbell, J. D., secretary, Imperial Maritime Customs, Shanghai. Campbell, J., police constable, Ningpo.

Campbell. Arch. (Campbell, Archibold & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Campbell, P., (Drown & Co.) clerk, Swatow.

Campbell, J., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) agent, Foochow.

Campbell, D., (Nicholson & Boyd) Nagasak.

Campbell, D. C., Black Ball Pilot Co, Shanghai.

Campbell, James R. N., surgeon, British consulate, Bangkok. Campos, J. P., (P. & O. Co.) clerk, Gage Street.

Campos, E. P., (P. & O. Co.) clerk, Ola Bailey Street.

Campos, J. M. de Lacerda, storekeeper, Royal Mint.

Campos, B. P., (Noronha & Sors) foreman, Oswold Terrace. Campos, F. N., clerk, Messageries Imperiales, Shanghai. Camps, A., professor of French, board of commerce, Manila.

Cance, W., (J. Little & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Canham, H., tide-surveyor, Shanghai.

Canfield, A., U. S. consul, Foochow

Cann, J. J., commission agent, Shanghai.

Canny, J. M., commission agent, Chinkiang.

Canunha, J. A., gunboat, Principe D. Carlos, Macao. Caperon, A., pilot, Ningpo.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Carballo, J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Carden, Rev. P. L., missionary, Bangkok.

Cardozo, F., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama.

Carey, F., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Carlowitz, R. von, (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, and Consul for Prussia, &c., Canton &

Hongkong.

Carney, T. P., clerk, Victoria Gaol.

Carnegie, Jolin, M.D., surgeon, Amoy.

Carneiro, B. E., merchan., Macao.

Carpenter. E., chemist, Peel Street.

Carr, R. S., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) clerk.

Carr, J. H., tidewaiter, Maritime customs, Canton.

Carrera, M., 2nd officer, customs curizer, Hai ching.

Carriere, G. H., (Carriere & Co.) merchant, No 170 a, Yokohama (absent.)

Carritt, T., (Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Carrol, J. D., ship chandler, &c., No 38 a, Yokobama.

Carroll, C., British Consul, Takao.

Carroll, R., master of the str. White Cloud, Macan.

Carrmon, F., (Mackenzie, Miller & White) clerk, Shanghai.

Carst, R. J., (Carst, Lels & Co.) merchant, No 25, Yokohama. Carst, J. J., shipchandler, &c., No 26 a, Yokohama.

Casaprim, P., third judge, inferior court, Manila.

Castro, Ignacio, (J. P. de Castro & Co.) merchant, Macao. Carter, J. F., (Carter & Co.) silk-broker, Shanghai.

Carter, W. H., (Carter & Co.) silk-broker. Shanghai.

Carter, C. E., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Carter, F. A., assistant paymaster and secretary to Commodore, Princess Charlotte. Cartwright, W., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Carvalho, P. M. de, procurador's department, clerk, Macao.

Carvalho, J. A de, cashier, colonial treasury, Hollywood Road.

Carvalho, J. H., merchant, Macao.

Carvalho, M. A., de, (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Carvalho, G. M., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai.

Carvalho, P. M., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai.

Carvalho, M. A. de, (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shangbai.

Case, A. M., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen Street.

Cass, John, (Amoy Dock Co.) manager and secretary, and marine surveyor, Amoy. Cassumbboy, E., merchant.

Cassumbhoy, S., (E. Pubaney & Co.) manager, Shangbai.

Cassumjee, T., (A. Ebrahim & Co.) clerk.

Castella, M. D., Wyndham Street,

Castro, L. d'Almada, clerk of councils, S-aunton Street.

Castro, J. d'Aln.ada, clerk, colonial secretary's office, Bridges Street.

Castro, J. F. de, (Castro & Co.) merch nt, Macao.

Castro, P. F. y, (De Castro) merchant, Manila.

Castro, A., mate, Light Ship, Langshan Crossing, Shanghai.

Cato, R., baker, Hankow.

Catan, A., (D. Poonjabhoy) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Caw, R., pilot, Foochow.

Caw, Thomas. (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Cawasjee, F., (M. D. Óliah) clerk, Amoy.

Cazet, J. B., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, No 164 a, Yokohama.

Cembrans, V., (Russel! & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Cembrano, J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Cembrano, F. B. Jr. (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Conter, A., (P. M. S. S. Co.) clerk, Praya West.

Corcal, Baron do (De Mello & Co.) merchant, & Brazilian consul, Prava Grande, Macao. Cercal, Viscount Antonio do, merchant, and consul for Italy and Belgium, Macao. Cederlof, R., (Ladage, Oelke & Co.) assistant, Yokohama.

  Cerf, G.. (Reynvaan Bros. & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace and Gage Street. Chagas, F., clerk, surveyor-general's office, Wyndham Sreet. Casgas, L. J., clerk, Daily Press office.

Cuagas, J., (Portaria & Co.) clerk, Macao. Chaguean, R., hotel-keeper, Shanghai.

Calmers, Rev. J., M.A., London mission, Canton.

Chalmers, W. B., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Chambers, A. F., (Jardine, Mathesor & Co.) clerk, East Point. Champs, E. de, acting commissioner, Customs, Kiukiang.

Chandabhoy, A., merchant aud commission agent, Hongkong and Canton. Chapin, Rev. L. D., missionary, Tientsin.

Chapunan, F., (Chapman, King & Co.) merchant, Shanghai, (absent.) Chart, W., boiler maker, Hongkong and Whampoa Dock, Aberdeen.

Chartin, J., Customs tide waiter, Tamsui.

Chastan, J., (Petrocochino & Co.) clerk, No 149, Yokohama.

Chastel, E., (Theric & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Chater, C. P., bill, bullion and share broker, Caine Road.

Checa, Leon, Spanish consul, Shanghai.

Cheu, G., engineer, (P. & O. Co.) West Point.

Cheres, V., (Guichard et Fils) merchant, Manila.

Cherepanoff, T, (Okooloff & Tokinankoff) clerk, Hankow.

Cheshire, W., (Cheshire, Lawrence & Hunt) accountant and average stater, Shanghai.

Chesne, Hury du, cousul for France, 29 Elgin Street.

theverton, J. H., (A Wilkinson & Co.) assistant, Gough Street.

Chiapopulor, C. L., (Mrs Pell,) assistant, Shanghai.

Chinchow, A., missionary, Formosa.

Chomley, F., (Dent & Co.) merchant, (absent.)

Chown, W. E., Paymaster in charge, H.M. Naval Depot, Shanghai.

Christianssen, C., Black Ball Pilot Co., Shanghai.

Chu, J. Catholic missionary, Wellington Street.

Church, S. H., (Walsh, & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Church, R., (Bull, Purdon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Church, J., (Nicholson & Boyd), Shanghai.

Clark, D. O., (Russell & Co.) merchant, and Vice-consul for Sweden and Norway,

Foochow

Clark, F. C. (Poo-toong Foundry) engineer, Shanghai.

Clarke, R., "Victoria Hotel," Queen's Road.

Clarke, S. H., (Bull, Purdon & Co.) merchant, Foochow.

Clarke, W. J., (Fergusson & Co.) merchant, Tientsin.

Clark, C. B., clerk of works, Surveyor's office, Municipal council, Shanghai.

Clarke, J. R., (P. M. S. S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Clarke, George, surveyor, Canton.

Clarke, Alex., (Stentz, Harvey & Co.) clerk, No 115 b, Yokohama.

Clarke, Robt., bread and biscuit, baker, No 135 b, Yokohama.

Clarke, George, tide surveyor, Customs, Whampoa.

Clarke, B. A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Clauss, F., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Clausen, J. J., merchant, Shanghai.

Claussen, C. H.. (Muller and Claussen) storekeeper, Queen's Road-

Claussen, F., (E. Schelllinss & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Claussen, M. D., (Peterssen Bros. & Co.) clerk, Swatow.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Claussen, P., (J. van de Polder) clerk, No 136 a, Yokohama. Cleave, S. W., (Watson, Cleave & Co.) chemist, Shanghai. Clifford, J., (P. & O. Company) assistant.

Clifton, S. J. (Wheelock & Meller) clerk, Shanghai.

Clubwalla, D. N., (S. Visram) manager, Macao.

Clubwalla, M. N., (Mettu Byramjee Dorabjee & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Coare, Fredk. W., (Coare, Lind & Co.) silk inspector, Canton.

Coates, J. E., pilot, Shanghai Mercantile Pilot Company.

Cobbett, E., public tea inspector and commission merchant, Foochow.

Cock, Alexander, (Wm. Lent) tea inspector, Shanghai.

Cochran, A., M.D., superintendent, civil Hospital.

Coculo, J. M., (B. E. Carneira) clerk, Macao.

Coghill, J. G. S., M.D., surgeon and municipal medical officer, Shanghai. Coben, R. M., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Newchang. Cohen, H., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road. Cohen, C. C., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Cohen, A. M., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) clerk, No. 55, Yokohama. Cohen, S. D. H., (F. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace. Coit, F., (Coit, Traelson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo. Colali, J. B., merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Coleman, G., ( P. M. S. S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Cullaço, Antonio, storekeeper, Rua de Campo, Macao. Collaço, X., battalion captain, Macao.

Collaço, M. A., 2nd clerk, Police Office.

Collaço, L. F. A., (A. Bover) clerk, Wellington Street.

Collaço, J., clerk, Hongkong Gas Company's Office.

Collaço, J., (Morgan, Lambert & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen Street.

Coller, Richard Lovett, (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Collidge, J., clerk, Customs, Hankow.

Collings, W., storeman, H.M. Naval yard.

Collins, J., auctioneer, Nagasaki.

Collins, G. W., pilot, Taku.

Collins, James, 1st clerk, magistrate's office.

Collins, Charles, cierk, magistrate's office.

Collins, Rev. W. H., missionary, Peking.

Collinson, F. C., tide surveyor, Maritime Customs, Ningpo.

Colomer, Rev. R., missionary, R.C. missions, Takao.

Colquitt, N. C., (A. E. Salter) clerk, Chinking.

Colthroup, G. J., (Maltby & Co.) clerk, Nagasakı.

Combe, J., Lighthouse superintendent, Customs, Ningpo.

Comi, Vincent, resident, No 10, Yokohama.

Comstock, J. J., Jr., (Peel, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila. Conde, J. M., (Cucullu & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Condez, T., (Menkel, Tobler & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Condit, Rev. J. M., missionary, Canton.

Conil, A., (Messageries Imperiales) manager, Yokohama.

Connor, J. W., pilot, Taku.

Conorit, A., baker, Nagasaki.

Conway, R., pilot, Swatow.

Cook, Henry, boat and shipbuilder, No 115, Yokohama.

Cook, J. E., General Anglo Chinese Force, Ningpo.

Cook, John, E., assistant paymaster, H.M.S. Acorn, Shanghai.

Cook, M. H., sail maker, Shanghai.

Cook, J., Branch Pilot, Bangkok.

Cook, A. O., mashal, United States consulate, Hankow.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Cook, J. A., assistant engineer, H.M. Naval Yard.

Cope, H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai. Cordeiro, P., (J. da Silva) clerk, Macao.

Cordeiro, M., tidewaiter, Foochow.

Cordeiro, J. A, piano tuner, Hollywood Road.

Cooper, W. M., interpreter and packet agent, British consulate, Swatow. Cooper, T. T., clerk, (E. Laurence) Shanghai.

Cooper, J., (Coutts & Co) Shanghai.

Cooper, Wm, broker, Shanghai.

Copeland, W., (S. James & Co.) dairyman, 137, Yokohama.

Corbett, Rev. H., missionary, Chefoo.

Cordes, T. F., (W. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Cordes, A. C., (W. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Cormack, J., (Henderson & West) No 113, Yokohama.

Cornabe, W A., (Wilson, Cornabe & Co.) merchant, Chefoo.

Corne, C., "Shanghai Horse Bazaar," Shanghai-

Corner, G. R., (Overweg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Cornes, F., (Aspinall, Cornes & Co.) merchant, No 35, Yokohama, (absent).

Cornet, A., (Overweg & Co.) clerk, Shangbai.

Corran, Harry, Marine and Police reporter, Daily Press office.

Cortarar, C., acting secretary, Civil government, Manila.

Corthell, G. W., tidewaiter, Canton.

Corveth, C., clerk, Macao.

Costa, D. da, sorter, Post Office.

Costa, J. da, (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Costa, J. A., captain, Macao battalion, Macao.

Costa, F. P. da, (Procurador's Department) clerk, Macao.

Costa, J. F. da, ( A. Heard & Co.) assistant.

Costa, 1. da, doctor, Macao.

  Costa, J. P. da, (Hongkong Soda Water Manufacturing Co.) Graham Street. Costa, J. F. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Oid Bailey Street.

Costa, J. G. da, teacher, Macao.

Costa, L. da., (F. da Silva) clerk, Macao.

Coste, Emil, French consul, Tientsin.

Costeker. J., (Loney & Co.) merchant, Iloilo.

Cotton, W. A., Receiving Ship Wellington, Shanghai.

Cotwal, H. R., (D. C. Tata) clerk.

Couder, J., (J. P. Hyver) clerk, Nagasaki.

Coughtrie J. B., (Holliday. Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Coulter, A., jailer, Consular Gaol, Shanghai.

Courtan, A., assistant, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Cousin, P., French Post Office, clerk, Shanghai. Couto, E. de, clerk, Royal Mint.

Coutts, J. C., (Coutts & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Covington, W., H. M. Naval Depôt, Shanghai. Cowasjee, F., (D. Nowrojee) clerk, Queen's Road. Cowderoy, T. A., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai.

Cowie, G. J. W., (Cowie & Co.) land agent, Shanghai.

Cowie, Rev. J., missionary, Amoy.

Cowie, J., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Cowper, W. M., (E. D. Sassoon & Co) clerk, Shanghai.

Cox, Rev. J., missionary, Hankow.

Cox, J.-H., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

  Cox, John S.. (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Coxon. A., bill and bullion broker, Castle Terrace.

Coya, E. M., (R. Habibhoy) clerk, Hankow.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Crace, E. L. H., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Craig, Robt., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Craig, A., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Crane, W. A., (Whitfield & Dowson) clerk, No 69 a, Yokohama.

Crawford, D. R., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's Road.

Crawford, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant.

Crawford, Rev. T. P., missionary, Tun Chow Foo.

Creed, W., lighthouse keeper, Chefoo.

Cremer, N., (Cremer & Co.) confectioner and pastry cook, Stanley Street.

Creigh, C. V., deputy superintendent of police.

Cresswell, H. 8., (G. Barnet & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Crichton, G., (Borneo Company, Limited) clerk, Queen's Road.

Croad, A., assistant Harbour Master, Shanghai.

Croal, J. P, carriage builder, Shanghai.

Croal, R., carriage builder, Shanghai.

Crofts, John (Mackenzie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Croker, J. W., (Riach & Co.) apprentice engineer, Queen's Road West.

Cromartie, M. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Crombie, D. A. G., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai.

Crombie, Rev. George, missionary, Ningpo.

Cromie, C., (C. Gutschow & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Cromie, J., inspector of police, and of weights and measures. Cropp, C. J., H. M. Naval Depot, Shanghai.

     Crouch, J., constable, British Consulate, Hankow. Cruchley, F., solicitor, No 45, Yokohama.

Cruickshank, W. J., (Smith, Archer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Cruz, O. A. da, (A. Heard & Co.) clerk.

Cruz, de. A. T., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Cruz, E. da, (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya. Cruz, F. A., da, (A. A. de Mello & Co.) manager, Macao. Cruz, A. da, proprietor, "National Inn", Queen's Road. Cucullo, Jose de, (Cucullo & Co.) merchant. Manila. Cucullu, E., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila. Culliford, W., head turnkey, Victoria Guol.

    Culty, A., (Pharmacie Francaise) No 80 h, Yokohama. Cumine, Chas., (Cumine & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Cumine, A. G., (Cumine & Co.) clerk. Shanghai. Cummins, F., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Cunha, J. do, writer, H. M., Naval Yard,

    Cunningham, Edward, (Russell & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road. Cunningham, Jas., (W. R., Adamson & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Cunningham, F., American resident, Nagasaki.

Cunningham, T. B., (Hedge & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Cunningham, Mrs., proprietress, Stag Inn, No 81 b, Yokohama.

Curnow, J., (W. D. Boyd) clerk, No 89, Yokohama.

Curranee, R. P., (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Cursetjee, P., (Cowasjee, Pallanjee & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Cursetjee, R., (Cowasjee, Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Curtis, G., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Curtis, W., proprietor, Commercial Hotel, No 86, Yokohama.

Curtis, J., "Army and Navy Hotel," Nagasaki.

Cuthill, W., (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company) engineer, Whampoa.

Cutrie, A., tide-waiter, Customs, Tientsin.

Cutter, W. H., (Russell & Sturgis), clerk, Albay.

Cuyugan, D. C., notary general, Manila.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Daal, J. M., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Dabry, M., French Consul, Haukow.

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Dalabhoy, R.. (C. Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Dalgarno, A., (Military Store Department) issuer of stores.

Dalgleish, W. H., (Borneo Company, Limited) acting manager, Shanghai.

Dalineida, W. H., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Dalmeida, J. R., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

   Daly, Dennis, inspector of water police, weights and measures. Dalrymple, H. L., (Bi:ley & Co.) clerk, Foochow, Dalrymple, F., (P. & O. Co.) assistant, Yokohama. Dalzell, T., inspector of mounted police.

Dana, R. S., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Dannenberg, V., writer, H.M. Naval Yard.

Dannenberg, L., clerk, (Blum Brothers & Co) Shanghai, Daniels, E. H., (Textor & Co.) clerk, No 29, Yokohama.

Danielson, T. W., (H. A. Peterson & Co.) merchant, Amoy.

Dantra, H. B., (G.G.M.C.) medical practitioner, Hollywood Road.

D'Arcy, Robert, lieutenant commanding legation guard, Yeddo, Japan.

Dare, G. M., (McDonald & Dare) in okei, No 60 a, Yokohama.

Darling, W. G., sub-editor, North China Herald, Shanghai.

   Darling. R., Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, London and China, clerk, Shanghai. Dato, W., (Dato & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai, (absent)

Dato, B., (Dato & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai.

Dantzenberg G., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton. Dauver. H. R., (Dauver & Co.) merchant, Amoy.

David, E. J., (Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Tientsin,

Davidson, W. Jr., (Davidson & Co.) clerk, Ningpo, (absent.) Davidson, Robert, M., (Davidson & Co,; clerk, Ningpo.

Davies, C. Langdon, No 1, Albany Road,

Davies, G. R., (R. Adamson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama. Davies, R.. (Davies, Townend & Co) merchant, Hankow. Davis, A. (Davis & Co.) auctioneer, Shanghai.

Davis, George, broker, Queen's Road.

Davis, H. W. (Bull, Purdon & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Davis, J. K., (North China Insurance Company) clerk, Shanghai.

Davis, J., (Fergusson & Co.) clerk, Tientsin.

Davis, T., Clarendon Hotel, proprietor, No 97, Yokohama.

Davison, W., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) agent, Yokohama.

Davison, J., silk inspector, No 72, Yokobaina.

Davisson, R., (Nicholson & Boyd), Nagasaki.

Dawe. W., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, No 85, Yokohama.

Day, J., constable, Sailor's Home, Shanghai.

Deacon, t. (Deacon & Co.) merchant, Canton.

Deacon, Richard, (John Buid & Co.) merchant.

Deacon, J. B., (Dearon & Co.) merchant, Wacao and Canton, (absent)

Deacon, Sidney (Deacon & Co.) tea inspecter, Canton.

Deacon, Wm., (Innes & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Deultry, W, (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang.

Dean, Rev. Wm., missionary, Bangkok.

Deane, C. T., (Gilman & Co.) clerk.

Deane, W. M., acting superintendent of Police.

Deetjen. Ed. (Deetjen & Von Bergen) merchant.

Deffis, T., (Deffis & Co.) merchant, No 141, Yokohama

Degenaer, F., merchant, 3 d'Aguilar Street.

Degron, H., com. de chancelier de France, consulate; and Packet Agent, Yokohama.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Degrow, M., French vice-consul, Yøddo.

Deguria, R. N., (Deguria & Co.) merchant, Canton, (absent). Delacour, F. P., Customs tidewaiter, Shangbai.

Delaplace, S. G., Catholic mission, Ningpo.

Delbanco, E., acting manager, Comptoir d'Escompte.

Delestre, E., Customs tidewaiter, Foochow.

Dell Oro, J., (Is. Dell Oro) merchant, No 165 e, Yokohama (absent.) Dell Oro, Joseph, (Is. Dell Oro) merchant, No 165 e, Yokohama (absent.) Demee, C. F., (Union Dock Co.) Foreman stone mason, Kowloon. Denis, G., (Denis Freres) merchant.

Deniz, A., (Borneo Company) clerk, Shanghai.

Dennys, N. B., Editor, China Mail, Wyndham Street.

Dent, John, (Dent & Co) merchant, Hongkong. Dent, Geo., (Bull, Purdon & Co.) clerk, Fonchow. Dentz, A., (Blum Bros. & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Derchamps,, customs interpreter, Peking.

De Silver, T. 11., (De Silver & Co.) clerk.

De Silver, H. T., (De Silver & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's Road. (absent.) Deslandes, E. J. des, commander receiving-ship Emily June, Shanghai. Deslandes, F., (Shanghai Tag and Lighter Co.) accountant, Shanghai. Determan, J. G., (Bosman & Co.) clerk, Prays.

Detring, Gustav, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Deveaux, Miss (A. Boyer) milliner, Wellingtou Street.

Devens, Richard, merchant, Canton.

Deveze, C., (Schmidt & Co.) manager, No 10 a, Yokohams.

Deville, W. N., pilot, Shanghai Mercantlle Pilot Company.

Devine, W. H., (McKenzie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Devine, R., "German Tavern" proprietor, Queen's Road West.

Dewjɛe, T., (J. Pierbhoy) clerk, Wellington Street.

   Dias, engineer, Portuguese gun-boit Principe D. Carlos. Mac1o. Dick, Thomas, Maritime Customs, commissioner, Tientsin.

Dickinson, Henry, (Alfred Wilkinson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Diercks, F., Customs tidewaiter, Takao.

Diers, Ferninand, merchant, Shanghai.

Dietert, F., Maritime Customs, tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Dillon, C., Eleve Consul, French consulate, Shanghai,

Dinmore, H., (Dinmore Brothers & Co.) photographer, Shanghai. Dinmore, C., (Dinmote Brothers & Co.) photographer, Shanghai.

Dinmore, W., (Dinmore Brotners & Co.) photographer, Shanghai.

Dircks, H. A., (Dircks & Co.) merchant. Swatow,

Dittmer, F.. (Textor & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Dixwell, G. B., (A. Heard & Co.) merchaut und Vice-consul for Russia, Shanghai. Doane, R., (J. S. Barrou) clerk, Shanghai.

Dodd, Joba, (Dodd & Co.) merchant, Tamsui.

Dodd, Rev. S., missionary, Ningpo.

Doris, Geo., M.D., surgeon, Bay View, Arbuthnot Road,

Doherty, T., head master ChiLese and Foreign School, Canton.

Doheny, J. W., (Blum Brothers & Cr.) clerk, Shanghai.

Doherty, P., (Pootung Dock), Shanghai.

Doem, F., (Rehhoff, Vale & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Dohmen, M., assistant, British consulate, Yokohama.

Dolan, W., sailmaker, Duddell Street.

Domony, G., hotel-keeper, No 81 i, Yokohama.

Don, Chas., Chartered Mercantile Bank, assistant accountant, Queen's Road. Donaldson, Thos-, curator, public gardens, Albany Road.

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Donaldson, C. M., (Donaldson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Donath, F., (N. Cremer & Co.) clerk, Staaley Street.

Donellon, D., pilot, Amoy.

    Donker, C. B., Netherlands Trading Society, No & a, Yokohama. Doolittle, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin.

Dorabjee, D., (B. K. Eranee & Co) clerk.

Doral, P., (D. Ruttonjee & Co.) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Dotta, C., (Grauert & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Dotta, Carl, (Grauert & Co.) clerk, No 56, Yokohama. Doty, Rev. E., missionary, Amoy, (absent.)

Douglas, F., superintendent of Victoria Goal.

Douglas, Rev. Carstairs, missionary, Amoy.

Douglas, M., boiler maker, (P. & O. Co.) Queen's Road West.

Dover, Miss, (Sayle & Co.) assistaut, Queen's Road.

Dow, James, (Dow & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Downie, J., (Strachan & Thomas) clerk, No 63, Yokohama.

Downie, J. D., (Nicholson & Boyd) Shanghai.

    Dowson, P. S., (Whitfield & Dowson) architect, No 69 a, Yokohama. Dredge, T. H., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Dew, H., (Nicholson & Boyd) Nagasaki.

Dreyer, F., merchant, Queen's Road. Dring, H. J., marine surveyor, Foochow.

Driscoll, W. F., (Sayle & Co.) assistant.

Drishaws, O., clerk, (Pasedag & Co.) Amoy.

Dronillard, N., clerk, secretary's office, French Council, Shanghai. Drown, T. P., (Drown & Co.) auctioneer, Swatow.

Drucker, H., broker, Wyndham Street.

Dueñas, D. Jose, major-general of murine, Manila.

Drysdale, Thomas M., merchant, Hankow.

Dubois, J., Customs tide waiter, Foochow.

Dubost, G., merchant, Queen's Road.

Dubois, A., (Guiraud, Favre & Co.) clerk. Shanghai.

Dudfield, J. B., barbour master's office, clerk, Shanghai.

Dudgeon, John, surgeon, superintendent of hospital for Chinese, Peking.

Duff, A. (P. & O. Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Duff, T. W., receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai.

Duglere, E. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk. Shanghai.

Dulcken, A. C., Editor, Recorder, Shanghai.

Dumelen, A., (Thorel, Zegler & Co.) clerk, No 159, Yokohama.

Dumont, A., clerk, Secretary's office, French council, Shanghai,

Dumont, L., Army & Navy Retreat, No 81 g, Yokohama.

Duncan, A., constable, British consulate, Canton.

Duncan, J. B., (Morgan, Lambert & Co.) superintendent of cargo boats.

   Duncan, R., (longkong and Whampoa Dock Company) superintendent, Aberdeen. Duncanson, E. F., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Dunc inson, J. P., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Wellington Street.

Duforest, J., (J. Duforest & Co.) baker, Shanghai.

Dunn, C. A. S., (Sassoon, Sons & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai.

Dunn, J., (Trautman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Dunn, Thomas, (Hedge & Co.) merchant, Foochow.

Dunn, J. W., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Dunn, John, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Dupre, L., merchant, Shanghai.

Dupuis, J., merchant, Hankow.

Dury, D., French consul, Nagasaki.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Dutronquoy, G., (Dutronquoy & Co.) merchant, Hankow.

Dutronquoy, S, (G. Dutronquoy & Co.) merchant, Hankow. Duval, A. T., (F. R. Gamwell) clerk, Shanghai.

Lyans, J., clerk, Hakodadi.

Dyer, Henry, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Eames, J. B., counsellor at law, Shanghai.

Earl, C., customs examiner, Tamsui.

Eastlack, R. F., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Eas:lack, W. C., dentist, Shanghai.

Ebell, H., (Raynal & Co.) clerk and acting vice-consul for France, Macso. Ebrahim, M., (Shaik Dawood, Shaik Ahmed) clerk.

Ebraaim, G. H., (D. Poonjabhoy) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Ebrahim, A., (D. Vassanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Ebrahim, M., (Nuzerally Abdodally) clerk, Gage Street.

Eça, A. d' (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point.

Eça, D. A. de, (flongkong Soda Water Manufactory) Graham Street.

Eccard, C., (Bernard, Eccard & Rand) merchant, Yokohama.

Ecclestoue, Geo. branch pilot, Bangkok.

Eckfeldt, T., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Eckford, A. M., (Wilson, Cornabe & Co.) clerk, Chefoo. Edbrocks, C., Chinkiang.

Edkins, Rev. J., B.A., missionary, Peking.

Edridge, H., tide-surveyor Maritime Customs, Canton.

Eduljee, D. (Framjee & Merwanjee) clerk, Stanley Street.

Eduljee, J.. general broker, No. 8. Lyndhurst Terrace.

Edwards, Thomas, commander of Customs Cruizer Feelung. Edwards, J., customs examiner, Kiukiang.

Edwards, J. H., (Dry Dock Co.) clerk, amoy,

Edwards, J. I, merchant, Hankow.

Edwards,, constable, escort and legation guard, British embassy, Peking.

Edwards, D. J., student interpreter, British Consulate, Bangkok.

Edwards, O. E., (Peel, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, Manila, (absent.)

Egan, Eduard, assistant, British consulate, Ningpo.

    Eimbcke, Ad. (R. von Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, d'Aguilar Street. Eitel, Rev. E. J., missionary, Canton.

Elias, N., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Elgin, J. McH., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Ellinghousen, E., storekeeper, Hankow.

Ellis, H. P., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Elmenhorst, Th H., broker, 39, Wyndham Street. Elwell, F. F., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow. Elzinger, Brothers, watchmakers, Manila.

Emanuel, J. M., (Thos. Hunt & Co.) clerk, ship yard, Wanchai. Emery, D. A., examiner, Chinkiang.

Emery, Caleb J., in charge U. S. Naval depôt, Praya West.

Emery, D., acting tide surveyor and Harbor Master, Takao.

Enparanza, J. J. de, Vice-consul for Spain, Macao.

Encarnação, A., de, officer P. & O. receiving ship Fort William, harbour. Encarnação, E. A. de, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road Central.

Encarnação, L. A., Storekeeper, Takao.

Endicott, Chas. E. (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Endicott, J., B., secretary, Union Dock Co., Peddar's Wharf.

Endicott, J. B. Jr., (Thos. Hunt & Co.) clerk, Peddar's Wharf. Endicott, H. B., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

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Eng Watt, S., (Eng Watt Brothers & Co.) merchant, Amoy. Enslie, J. J., British Vice-consul, acting, Hakodadı. Eppes, W. C., Shanghai Steam-boat Dock, Shanghai, Erdınan, C., (Landstein & Co.,) clerk, Stanley Street. Eraree, P. J., (P. F. Cama & Co.) cleik. Shanghai. Eranee, K. M., (P. & F. Cuma & Co.) clerk, Webster Street. Eranee, B. K., (B. K. Eranee & Co.) merchant.

Ernst, J. E., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Ce'u.

Esdale, J., Jr., Steward, Yokohama United Clob, Yokohama.

Esdale, Jas., tailor and outfitter, No 31 a, Yokolamu.

Eslante, J., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila.

Esmail, II., (A. Habibbhoy) clerk, Macao,

Eugster, L., (Eugster & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Eugster, J., (Eugster & Co.) clerk, Manila,

Eusden, B, Japanese secretary, H.B.M. legation, Yeddo, Japan.

Evans, F., (Blain, Tate & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Evans, H., (H. Evans & Co.) baker, and proprietor of "Empire Brewery." Shanghai. Evans, J. H., (Evans & Rainbow) merchant, and Cousal for Portugal, Hajkow,

Evans, M. P., (Overweg & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Evans, T. H., (Cowie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Everall, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Evers, Aug., (L. Kniffler & Co.) clerk, No 54, Yokohama.

Ewart, G.. (Glover & Co.) clerk. Nagasaki.

Ewart, J. B, (J. Forster & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Ewer, F. H., tide-surveyor, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Eyles, H., (Evans & Co.) assistant. Shangiri,

Ezekiel, A. D., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Ezra, A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Newchwang. Ezra, N. S., (D. Sassoon Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya. Ezra, S. E., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace. Ezra, T., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Faber, H., (Bourjan, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Fairbairn, John (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Fairhurst, T., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Fooehow,

Fajard, E. (E. Theric & Co.) Shanghai. (abseur)

Falconer, George (Falconer & Co.) watchmaker, jeweller, &c., Queen's Road.

Falconer, J., M.D., (Falconer & Reid) surgeon, Hankow.

Falck, C. (Kniffler & Co.) godown-keeper, Nagasaki.

Fannege, C., (Dubost & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road,

Farfara, G., (Messageries Imperiales) cle:k, Yokohama

Farr, W., turnkey, Victoria Goal.

Faraldo, F., Spanish consul, Amoy.

Farel, E., (Muller & Claussen) clerk, Queen's Road.

Farina, C., (J. J. Claussen) clerk, Shanghai.

Farley, Gus., Jr. (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, No 6, Yokohama.

Farnham, S. C. (Farnham & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai.

Faure, G., (Borneo Campany) clerk, Shanghai.

    Favini, Rev. F., Catholic Church, Wellington Street. Favre, V. (Gueraud, Favre & Co.) shop keeper, Shanghai. Featherstone, T., constable, British consulate, Taku. Fearon, R. Í., (A. Heard & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Febrs, H., (Fugusson & Co.) shipwright, West Point. Feligmann, E. (Comptoir d'Escompte) accountant, Yokohama. Fenning, W., examiner, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Fegusson, W., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard.

Fergusson, T. T., (Fergusson & Co.) merchant, Chefoo. Fergusson, T. T. (Fergusson & Co.) merchant, Tientsin. Fergusson, A., (Fergusson & Co.) shipwrights, Praya West. Fernandes, J., "Bombay Tavern," Queen's Road.

Fernandes, F., assistant lawyer, Macao.

Fernandes, Jose Gabriel, lawyer, Macao.

Fernandes, B. de S., merchant, Macao.

Fernandez, J. V. (J. B. Roxas), clerk, Manila.

   Ferneira, E., proprietor, Mercantile Printing office, Old Bailey Street. Ferrer, M. (V. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Ferrer, R. (V. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Feroze, N. P. M., (N. Mody & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

Fesefeld, G., (Bowra & Co.) book-keeper, Queen's Road.

Fetmenger, H., (De Couingh & Co.) clerk, No 76, Yokohama.

Fevez, A., (P. & l'. Derode Freres) clerk, 17, Gage Street. Field, J. W., (J. Field) clerk, Nagasaki.

Field, J., merchant, Nagasaki.

Fielding, Charles, master blacksmith, Amoy Dock Company.

Figgiss, Ed., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Figueiredo, H. C. V., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk.

   Findlay, A.. (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreinan shipwright, Aberdeen. Finnis, G. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Fischer, Max., broker, Seymour Road.

Fischer, E., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Fischer, W., pilot, Swatow.

Fisher, A., bill-broker, Shanghai.

Fisher, A. A., printer, paper hanger, and painter, Shanghai. Fisher, H. J., assistant in charge, Maritime Customs, Takao. Fisher, J., Customs examiner, Hankow.

Fintock, W. H., British consul, Ningpo.

Fitz, W. Scott, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Fitzgerald, M., ship carpenter, Nagasaki.

Fitzroy, G. H., commissioner, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Fletcher, L., acting Vice-consul, British consulate, Yokohama.

Fletcher, C. A., (C. A. Fletcher & Co.) auctioneer, No 51, Yokohama. Fletcher, R., (C. A., Fletcher & Co.) auctioneer, No 51, Yokohama. Flores, V., proprietor, "Seamen's Boarding House," Bridges Street. Floyd, W. P., (Floyd & Co.) photographer, Queen's Road.

Fobes, A. S., (Fobes & Co.) shinchandlers, Shanghai. Fogarty,, (Lane Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road, Folsom, Rev, A., missionary, Canton.

Folsom, W. M., Captain, Customs Cruizeṛ, Hai Ching, Canton. Fonseca, A. J. de, commission agent, Macao.

Fonseca, A., (D. Sassʊon, Sons & Co.) godown keeper,

Fonseca, A. Jr., (Thomas Hunt & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Fonseca, E. F., (Lammert, Atkinson & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road,

Fonseca, Jose M., wine merchant, Ponta da Rode, Macao.

   Fonseca, V. F., clerk, receiving-ship Wellington, Shanghai. Fonseca, J., (Morgan, Lambert & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen Street. Fontanie, S., (Case & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

   Fontanier, H., French legation Chancelier, Peking. Foote, J., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama.

Foote, M. P. S., (C. Pasquali) clerk, No 97 c, Yokohama. Forbes, J. Murray, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Canton.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Forbes, Wm. (J. Livingston) merchant, Tientsin.

   Forbes, F. B., (Russell & Cc.) consul General for Sweden, merchant, Shanghai. Forbes, W. H., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

Forbes, P. S., (Russell & Co.) merchant, (absent).

Forbes, D. M., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Forbes, J. M., Jr., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road, Forbes, R. H. B., (J. Robinson) clerk, Shanghai. Ford, John, godown-keeper, Shanghai. Forrest, R. J., British consulate, Shanghai.

Forster, John, (J. Forster & Co.) merchant, Foochow Forth, Hon. F. H., colonial treasurer, (absent.).

Foss, H., (Borneo Co., limite ') clerk, Queen's Road.

Foster, W., customs tidewaiter, Canton.

    Foster, W. H. Jr., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road. Foster, T., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Foster, W. S., (Reiss & Co,) tea inspector.

Foulds, W.. Japan Times office, Nó 60, Yokohama,

Fourcade, J. J., storekeeper, No 182, Yokohama.

Fowler, W., Inspector of Police, Shanghai.

Framjee, B., (Framjee Merwanjee) manager, Gage Street.

Framjee, B. D., (Ruttunjee & Co.) clerk.

Frank, Paul, marshal, United States consulate, Yokohama.

Francis, R., R. Francis & Co.) merchant, Kiukiang, (absent). Francis, John J., (Wm. Gaskell) clerk.

Francisco, A., (Milisch & Co.) watchman, Tamsui.

Franco, J. E., 2nd clerk, colonial secretary's office, Macao.

Franklin Sergt., Escort & Legation Guard, British Embassy, Peking. Franklin, H. J., compositor, Daily Press office.

Francke, H., (W. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Pottinger Street. Frannack, R., examiner, Maritime Customs, Tientsin.

Fraser, J. M., (Borneo Co.) actiug manager, Queen's Road. Fraser, J. A., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, No 6, Yokohama. Fraser, J. P. M., assistant British consulate, Tientsin. Fraser, J., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai. Fraser, G., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama. l'rater, Alex., Postmaster and Packet agent, Canton. Frazer, E., (Frazer & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Freeland, J. E., M.D., medical practioner, Wyndham Street. Freeman, O. K., (P. M. S. S. Cô.) clerk, Yokohama.

Freerks, R., (Freerks, Rodatz & Co.) storekeeper, Praya.

Freeth, G. J., constable, British consulate, Tamsui.

Freire, F., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

Freitas, T. de, doctor, Macao.

French, A. D. W., merchant, Nagasaki.

French, J., inspector of prepared opium shops.

Fresch, M., "Army & Navy Retreat," No 81 g, Yokohama.

Frewin, H., pilot, Swatow.

Fricke, P. H., (Gayman & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Friedrich, Otto, (Lammert, Atkinson & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Frisby, J., butcher and compradore, Central Market.

Frischling, G., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Fritz, J., examiner, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Fromp, P. H., (Carst, Lels & Co.) clerk, No 25, Yokohama.

Frost, F., (P. & O. S. N. Co) boatswain, Queen's Road West. Fry, J. G., (Silverlock & Co.) merchant, Foochow.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Fryer, John, teacher, Anglo Chinese School, Shanghai. Fuchs, Jean, (Textor & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Fakirance, M., (E. Pubaney) clerk, Shang .ai.

Fuller, Rev. W. R., missionary, Ningpo.

Funk, A., (Compir d'Escompte de Paris) clerk, Shanghai. Furdonjee, D., (Nowrojee & Co.) clerk.

Furel, Rev. L., missionary, Nagasaki.

Furniss, J., agent and commission merchant, No 103 b, Yokohama. Fyazally, A., (D. Vassanjee & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Fyffe, J. S., (Loney & Co.) clerk, Cebu.

Gabain, P, (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Gaertkner, K., Dutch resident, Nagasaki. Gaeitner, C., (Kniffler & Co.) Hakodadi.

Gaerte, C., assistant Prussian consulate, Shanghai. Gainza, F., Bishop of Nueva, Segovia, Manila. Gallagher, F., tide-surveyor, Customs, Chirkiang. Galles, F. W., (Aurbach & Co.) clerk, Ningpo. Galle, P. E., physician, Shanghai.

Galton, W. P., (E. H. How) clerk, Foochow.

Galway James, (Muller & Claussen) clerk, Queen's Road.

Gambent, F., Catholic missionary, Ningpo.

Gamble, W., superintendent mission press, American Presbyterian Mission, Shanghai.. Gamwell, F. R., silk-broker, Shanghai.

Gandara, H.E. Sr. D. Jose, governor and captain general, Manila,

Garcia, D. V., vicar-genera!, bishopric of Nueva, Segovia, Manila.

Garcias, A., (Macao Battalion) lieutenant, Macao.

Gardiner, W. A., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Iloilo.

Gardner, A. F., Harbour Master, Amoy,

Gardner, C., assistant and acting interpreter, British consulate, Ningpo. Gardner, Wm., proprietor "Hamburg Tavern," Queen's Road.

Gardner, T. J., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Foochow.

Gardner, H. A., constable, British Consulate, Bangkok.

Garrett, Miss, milliner, Queen's Road.

Garrett, W., (Bowra & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Gaskell, W.. attorney, &c., Club Chambers, d'Aguilar Street. Gaston, D. M., Vicar-general, Manila.

Gaudaubert, G., (Geraud, Favre & Co.) shopkeeper, Shanghai. Gauld, W., M.D., missionary, Swatow.

Gaupp, L., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's Road. Gaupp, H., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's Road, Gay, A. O.. (A. Heard & Co.) inanager, No 6, Yokohama. Gaymans, W. F., (Gaymans & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Geary, H. S., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Gearing, J. G., (A. E. Salter) clerk, Chinkiang

Gebb, M., (N Creiner & Co.) clerk, Stauley Street.

Geere, Geo., (Hedge & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Geoghegan, Edward, (Schultz, Rei-s & Co.) clerk, No 153, Yokohama.

George, Rev. 8. C., missionary, Bangkok,

George, C., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

George, C., proprietor, "Golden Gate" tavern, N› 123 a, Yokohama.

Gepp, A. M., (Gibb Livingston & ( 'o.) clerk, Canton.

Gerard, P. A., assistant, Medical Hall, Shanghai.

Gerard, H., police constable, Ningpo.

Gerard, A., contractor, No 169, Yokohama.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Germann, C., (Jenny & Co.) merchant, Manila,

Gerrard, John, clerk, Registrar-General's office.

Ghandy, D. D., (Ghandy & Co.) Gongh Street, (absent.)

Gibb, H. B., (Gibb. Livingston & Co.) merchant, Aberdeen Street. Gibb, W. H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Shanghai, (absent). Gibbon, W. F., (Coutts & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Gibbs, W., British resident, Nagasaki.

Gibbs, J. H., clerk, customs, Shanghai.

Gibson, J., interpreter, British consulate, Hankow.

Gibson Wm,, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama. Gibson, Rev. J., missionary, Canton.

Gibson, Henry, (MacEwen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road Central. Gifford, George, (Gifford & Co.) inerchant, Canton (absent). Gifford, Patrick, (Gifford & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Gilbert, S. S., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Kinkiang.

Gilby, W., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard.

Gildermeister, M. II., (Kniffer & Co.) merchant, No 54, Yokohama. Giles, J., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Giles, John, (Giles & Co.) shipchandler, Amoy.

Gilfillan, J., (Gundry & Co.) tea inspector, Shanghai,

Gill, M. G., (Gutschow & Co.) clerk, No 92, Yokohama.

Gillies, D., supt. Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company, Whampoa.

Gillson, W. M., (P. & O. Co.) marine superintendent, Queen's Road.

Gilligham, J., (Alt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Gilroy, J., shipping reporter, North China Herald, Shanghai.

Gindell, A., bookbinder, Daily Press office.

Gineno, R., Bishop of Cebu, Manila.

Giquel, P., commissioner, Maritime Customs, Hankow.

Girard, M., commnissaire, French Hospital, Yokohama.

Girresser, E., Dutch resident, Nagasaki.

Gittics, J., (J. Forster & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Gleeson, C., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Gladky, N., secretary, Russian Legation, Peking.

Glasse, G., Victoria Dispensary, Peddar's Wharf.

Glasson, J., resident, Nagasaki.

Gleimius, G. R., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Glennie, A. W., (Gilman & Co.) clerk.

Glover, T. B., (Glover & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Glover, Geo. B., commissioner, Maritime customs, Canton, (absent.)

Glover, T. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Glover, A. J., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

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lusenkamp, R. A. H. T., (Petersen Bros. & Co.) shipchandler, Pray".

Goble, Rev. J., missionary, Nagasaki.

Goddard, J. B., acting British Consul, Taku.

Goddard. Robert, (Ross, Barber & Co.) clerk, No 18, Yokohama.

Godsil, J., commander steamer Jumsetjee Jeejeebhoy.

Godwin, A., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Tientsin.

Goecking, Rev. H., M.D., missionary, Puh-lu-wae.

Goldwin, F. B., police superintendent, Ningpo.

Goldspink, J. R., tide-surveyor, Tientsin.

Goollamboosan, C., (B. Abdoolally) manager, Canton.

Goollamboosun, A., (Vassanjee & Co.) manager, Shanghai.

   Goltermann, F., (Mulier & Claussen) clerk, Queen's Road Centra'. Gomes, A., clerk, post-office, Macao.

·Gomes, N. J., (Commercial Bank of India), clerk, Queen's Road.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Gomes, J. B., judge substitute, Macao.

Go.nes, F. N. X., clerk, harbour master's office, Macao.

   Gomes. F. A., (Brandão & Co.) inerchant, 29, Wellington Street. Gomes, August J., (Brandão & Co.) clerk, 29, Wellington Street. Gomez, J. B., (Russell & Co.) clerk.

Gonsalves, F. M., (Rozario & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street.

   Gonsalves, B. F., (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Gough Street. Gonsalves, C. J., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank,) clerk. Golsalves, J. R., 1st interpreter, police court, Macao.

Goodlake, E. W., police magistrate.

Goodman, G. W., baker, No 134, Yokohama.

Goodrich, James, (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow. Goodrich, J. K., (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow. Goodrich, Rev. C, missionary, Peking.

Goodwin, C. W., assistant judge, Supreme Court, Shanghai. Goodwin, A., (P. & O. Co.) boilermaker, Queen's Road West. Goodwin, F. G., (J. S. Hook, Sous & Co.) clerk, Praya West. Goolamhoossine, A.. (D. Vassonjee & Co) clerk, Shanghai. Gordes, H., merchaut, Nagasaki.

Gordo, A., compositor, Shanghar Recorder, Shanghai. Gordo, F. F., clerk, custoras, Macao.

Gorkawitch, J., Consul General for Russia, Hakodadi. Gorman, H., (Alt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Gotze, W., (Överweg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Gozt, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Gouru, A., Russian mission, Peking.

Gouvea, M. A, (Wm. Buncombe) clerk.

Gouveia, Padre M. L. de, superior, St. Jose College, Macao.

Gouzert, Louis, constable, French Consulate, Nagasaki.

Gower, A. A. J., acting consul, Nagasaki.

Gower, S. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co) clerk, Hankow.

Grahame, R. V., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, No 12, Yokohama.

Gram, C. C., customs examiner, Shanghai.

Granados, G., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila.

Granger, H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen Street.

Grant. J., Trautman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Grant, R. H., clerk, H M. dockyard.

Grant Chas. L., (W: R. Adainson & Co.) tea-inspector, Foochow.

Grant, P. V., (Nicholson & Bovd) Shanghai.

Gratama, R. W., M.D., Chemical and Physical school, Nagasaki.

Grauert, W., (Grauert & Co.) merchant, No 56, Yokohama.

Grauert, N., (Grauert & Co.) merchant, No 56, Yokohama.

Gravereau, A., (Guiraud, Favre & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Graves, Rev. R., H., missionary, Canton.

Gray, Rev. J. H., M.A., British consular chaplain, & archdeacon of Victoria, Canton. Gray, Charles, (Hall & Holtz,) clerk, Nagasaki.

Gray, W. J., resident, Nagasaki,

Gray, E., (J. Smith & Co.) clerk, Chefoo.

Gray, T., inspector of police.

Grey, W., tidewaiter, Maritime Gustoms, Hankow.

Grercy, R., customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang.

Green, Thos., superintendent engineer, (P. & O. Co.), West Point.

Green, E. H., (Russell & Sturgis) merchant, Manila (absent.)

Greet, Rev. D. D., missionary, Ningpo.

Green, J. W., tidesurveyor, Shanghai.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Green, F., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Greeuw, N. de, shipchandler, Shanghai.

Gregory, J., (P. & O. Co.) engineer, West Point Gregory, W., British Vice-consul, Tumsui (absent). Greig, M. W., (John Silverlock & Co.) clerk, Foochow. Greig, A., (J. Jack) foreman carpenter, East Point. Grenot, A., storekeeper, Shanghai.

Gretton, Rev. H., missionary, Ningpo.

Grey, A., police inspector, Stanley.

Gribooshin, N., (Oksoloff & Tokmakoff) clerk, Hankow.

Grigor, J., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) manager, Yokohama. Grijis, C. F. M. de, Durch Vice-consul, Amoy.

Grimes, J., inspector of pelice.

Grobien, F., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Groenveldt, W. P., student interpreter, Dutch consulate, Amoy.

Groom, F. A., (Glover & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Groos, I. Henry, (Wachtels, Groos & Co.) merchant, Nagaski, Grooves, T. J., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Grosclaude, A., watchmaker, Hankow.

Grosciande, E., watchmaker, Hankow.

Gross, D., (A. Nachtrieb & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Grosser, E., (Grosser & Co.) merchant, No 93, Yokohama.

Grosser, F., (Grosser & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Grossman, C. F., (Kirchner, Boger & Co.) merchant, Gough Street.

Groth, J., merchant, Ningpo.

Grovenwant, T. A. A., (Schut & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Gruebler, C., (S. Baer & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Grunendahl, C., (W. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Gubba, M. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co) merchant, Shanghai.

Gubbay, S. D., (Gubbay & Co.) merchant, Hollywood Road.

Gubbay, E. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Gubboy, A. J., merchant, Hollywod Road.

Guedes, J. M. Jr., (Lammert, Atkinson & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Guedes, F. D., (E. H. Pollard) clerk, Queen's Road.

Gueneau, A., interpreter, French consulate, Hankow.

Guevara, B, (Guichard & Fils) clerk, Manila,

Gueyward, P., tidewaiter, Customs, Foochow

Guglieri, D., French Bread Company, Wellington Street.

Guichard, A., (Guichard & Fils) merchant, Manila (absent.)

Guichard, E. (Guichard & Fils) merchant, Manila.

Guierry, E., missionary, catholic mission, Ningpo.

Guillot, M. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo.

Gulick, Rev. John F., missionary, Peking.

Gultzow, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Gundry, R. S., editor, North-China Herald, Shanghai.

Gundry, A. A., ten-inspector, (Gundry & Co.), Shanghai.

Gunn, W. M., (Hogg Bros. & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Gunther, G., sailmaker, Shanghai.

Gunther, C., tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Gultgow, A., (Nissen & Robertson) clerk, Ningpo.

Gutschow, C. A. G., (C. Gutschow & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Gutschow, P., (Gutschow & Co.) merchant, No 92, Yokohama.

Gutterres, P. A., (Hongkong Soda water manufactory) clerk, Graham Street.

Gutierez, L. J., acting clerk, Police office.

Guttierez, S. C., colonial secretary's office, clerk.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Guttierez, E. B., clerk, (Union Steam Nav. Co.), Shanghai. Guttierrez, M., surveyor-general's office, clerk.

    Guttierrez, A. O., (P. & O. Cv.) clerk, Wyndham Street. Guttierrez, S. J., (W. Gaskell) clerk, Wyndham Street. Guttierrez, Q. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Wyndham Street. Guttierrez, J. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Guttierrez, J., assistant, British Consulate, Manila. Gwyn, F. E., secretary, (China Fire Ins. Co.), Shanghai. Gye, J., Chemist and Druggist, Nagasaki.

Haber, A., student interpreter, French Legation, Peking. Habgood, T. E., (F. I. Hazeland) clerk, Wyndliam Street. Haegermarik, C., watchmaker, Amoy.

Haftenden, J. H., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Cebu. Hagart, H. W., (Rehhoff, Vale & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Hagne, W. A., public tea inspector, Shanghai. Hagedorn, C., American resident, Nagasaki. Hagedorn, F. W., (Hagedorn & Co.) merchant.

Hagelstange, E, (J. Thorne & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hague, W. A., (Contts & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hakeem, M. M., (R. Habibhoy) clerk.

Haley, H. T., (Shanghai Steam Navigation Co.'s Godowns) wharf clerk, Shanghai. Halloran, J., inspector of police.

Halkett, G. W., clerk, customs, Hankow.

Hall, Edward, (Hall & Holtz) shipchandler, Shanghai (absent).

Hall, E., lieutenant, Customs Revenue cruiser Hai Ching, Canton.

Hall, Rev. W. N., missionary, Tientsin.

Hall, E., (Bellamy & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Hall, R., assistant engineer, H. M. Naval Yard.

Hallam, J. B., (Ballance & Hallam) merchant, Hankow.

Hallensbedrew, W., (Grosser & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Hallett, A. S., assistant, Union Wharf Company, Shangbai. Halsey, J. S., tide-surveyor, Hankow.

Halse, R., tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Hamann, C., (Trautmann & Co.) clerk, Tientsin.

Hamilton, W. HI., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) clerk, Bangkok,

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Hamilton, R. F., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) agent, acting Vice-consul for France, Fooch ow

Hamilton, E. G., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) tea inspector, Kiukiang.

Hamilton, A. S., student interpreter, British consulate, Peking.

Hamlyn, J., Customs tidewaiter.

Hammond, J. L., Deputy Commissioner of Customs, Whampoa.

Hams, Mrs, (Miss Garrett) milliner, Queen's Road.

Hanbury, T., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent).

Hance, W. F., British Vice-consnl, Whampoa.

Hancock, E. B., harbour master, Tientsin.

Hancock, H. S., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) tea-inspector, Canton.

Hancock, A., (Tait & Co.) tea-inspector, Amoy.

Hancock, E. H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang (absent).

Handy, J. A., bill broker, Hankow.

Handley, Edward, toreman fitter (Hongkong Gas Company), Queen's Road.

Hanna, John, commission agent and Portuguese consul, Tientsin.

Hannay, W. C., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Hannen, Charles, Commissioner of Customs, Amoy.

Happer, Rev. A. P., D.D., missionary, Canton.

Hardie, J. D., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Takao.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Hardy, George S., (Birley & Co.), clerk, Canton.

Hardy, H. W., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent). Hardy, Joseph, boarding-house keeper, Queen's Road.

Hargreaves, T. H., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Harley, Alexander, watchmak: r, (G. Falconer) Queen's Road. Harley, J., tavern keeper, No 81 c, Yokohama,

Harmon, G., Customs examiner, Tientsiu.

Harms, P., (T. Hunt & Co.) shipyard, Wanchai.

Harries, F., Telegrahic agent, Russian Legation, Peking.

Harris, W. H., H. C. Caldwell) clerk.

Harris, S. J., (British consulate) clerk, Shanghai.

Harris, H. B., (Bradwell, Bloor & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Harrison, F.. (Glover & Co.) clerk, Ngasaki.

Harrison, Edward, (Glover & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent).

Harrison, W. G., Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang.

Harrison, T., proprietor, Colorado Eating House, No 81 b. Yokohama.

Harsant, F. M., (Bowra & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's Road,

Hart, Robert, inspector-general, Maritime Customs, Peking.

Hart, G. M., merchant, Ningpo.

Hart, William, (W. Hart & Co.) merchant, Ningpo.

Hart, J., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road,

Hart, T., German Club, clerk, Wyndham Street.

Hart, J. W., (D. Muirhead) engineer, Shanghai.

Hartley, J., (Hartley & Co.) chemist, No 51 a, Yokohoma.

Hartley, C. R., (Hartley & Co.) chemist, No 51 a, Yokohama. Hartmann, Oscar, merchant, Nagasaki.

Hartmann, V., (C. Lehmann) manager, Nagasaki,

Hartmans, W. L., (Hartmans & Besier) merchant, Nagasaki.

Harton, W. H., (Turner & Co.) tea-inspector, Shanghai,

  Hartung, V., chanceilier, French consulate, Hongkong. Hartweg, F., Customs tidewaiter, Whampoa.

Hartwell, Rev. J. B., missionary, Chefoo.

Hartwell, Rev. Charles, missionary, Foochow.

Harvey, J. A., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Harvey, J., (Stentz, Harvey & Co.) butcher, No 115 b, Yokohama.

Harvie, W., builder, Shanghai.

Havie, J. A., builder, Shanghai.

Hase, A., (Hesse & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

Hasche, A., (Scheibler, Matthaei & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Haskell, F. H., commander steamer Kinshan, H. C. & M. S. B. Cɔ

Haskell, F. E., (Foog & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hasskell, W., (L. Kniffler & Co.) godown keeper, Nagasaki. Haslam, W. H., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hass, Joseph, student interpreter, Austrian consulate, Canton. Hassell, J. G. T., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Hastings, W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co) clerk, East Point. Hatton, Alfred, proprietor, laundry, No 131 a, Yokohama.

Haven, E. B., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Hawes, H., (Hawes & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai. Hawes, J. A. (Reid & Co.) clark, Shanghai.

Hawke, Richard F., clerk, H.M. Dock Yard,

Hawkins, S., Proprietor, "Shanghai Horse Bazaar;" Shanghai.

Hawtrie, M., (Chapman, King & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hay, C., (Nicholson & Boyd), Nagasaki.

Hay, R. M., (Borneo Company) clerk, Shanghai.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Hayes, A. A., (Olyphant & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Hayes, Joseph, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's Road (absent). Hazanas, S., pustmaster-general, Manila.

Hazeland, F. Innes, crown solicitor, supreme court house; residence, Albany.

Heard, A. F., (Augustine Heard & Co.) merchant, Shanghai, (absent.)

Heard, G. F., (Augustine Heard & Co.) merchant, and acting Vice-consul for Russia. Hearn, H. R., (F. R. Gamwell) clerk, Shanghai.

Heath W., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Heaton, A. McG., (D. Lapraik & Co.) merchant, d'Aguilar Street.

Hebrard, A., commissaire, French consulate, Shanghai.

Hedge, T. B., (Hedge & Co.) merchant, Foochow.

Hegt, N. J. B., storekeeper, No 30, Yokohama.

Heid, J., (Rothmund, Willmann & Co.) assistant, No 52, Yokohama.

Heinemann, S. L., (Arnhold Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Heineman, P., (Aspinall, Cornes & Co.) clerk, No 34, Yokohama.

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Heinsen, R., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, & consul for Austria, Hbg. and Brm., Shanghai. Heinszen, C., (Karuth & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent.)

Heinzen, N., (Karuth & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Heitmann, C., (Sinith, Archer & Co.) clerk, Praya East. Heitmann, H., (Sinith, Archer & Co.) clerk, Playa East. Helland, George J., (J. Burd & Co.) merchant, Praya. Hellyer, F., (Alt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Hember, S., foreman, Daily Press office.

Henderson, I., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Henderson, A. W., (Case & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Henderson, R., tidewaiter, Customs, Fooclow.

Henderson, J., merchant, Tientsin.

Henderson, J., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Henderson, J. W., (Walsh & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Henderson, Jaines, (MacDougall & Co.) engineer, Spring Gardens.

Henderson, F., (Jarvie & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Henderson, James Orr, M.D., surgeon, health officer of the harbour.

Henderson, J., examiner, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Hendricks, R., (A. Markwald & Co.) clerk, Bangkok.

Hendrickson, W. J., temporary clerk. British consulate, Foochow.

Henkel, A., (Henkel, Tobler & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Henry, G., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Kiukiang.

Hens, J. (S. Buer & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Henson, J., clerk, Suprenic Court, Shanghai

Hounequina, "Premier Commissionaire, Messageries Imperiales," Shanghai.

Hepburn, Dr. J. C., medical missionary, Yokohama.

Hepburn, S. D., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, No 10 c, Yokohama.

Herbig, F., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, d'Aguilar Street.

Herce, Rev. F., missionary, Takao.

Herce, Rev. J., missionary, Foochow.

Herbausen, O. C., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Heron, T. G., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Herrmann, M. A., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Herton, J., examiner, Customs, Amoy.

Hertz, Henry, (Hogg Brothers) clerk, and Chancellier Italian Consulate, Shanghai.

Hesse, Theodor, (Hesse & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

Hewett, James, constable, British Consulate. Tientsin.

Heyde, E. von der, (. Reiss & Co.) clerk, No 153, Yokohama.

Hickl.ng, H., (Rusden, Phipps & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Hicks, G. W., pilot, Taku.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Hicks, R., (Dodd & Co.) foreman, Keelung.

Hidalgo, A., Portuguese consul, Manila.

Higginbotham, J., (W. R. Adamson & Co.) clerk, No 28, Yokohama. Higgin, J., (Loney & Co.) merchant, Iloilo, Manila.

Higson, T. B., (Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Hankow (absent.)

Hill, J. C., pilot, Taku.

Hill, G. B., 1st officer, receiving ship Berwick Walls, Shanghai. Hill, Rev. D., missionary, Hankow.

Himly, K., interpreter, Prussian Consulate, Shanghai.

Hinckley, N. B., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hippesley, A. E., assistant, Maritime Customs, Chinkiang.

Hitch, F. D., (Russell & Co,) clerk, Shanghai.

Hitchcock, E. A., (Olyphant & Co.) merchant, Praya.

Hitzeroth, Gustav, (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Canton.

Hoaggrior, M., (Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Hobson, H. E., assistant and interpreter, Maritime Custoins, Ningpo. Hobson, K. M., assistant, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Hobson, W., clerk, Commercial Bank.

Hochstetter, C., watchmaker, Queen's Road.

Hockly, J. M., harbour master, Shanghai (absent.) Hockmeyer, F., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Hodge, R., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point. Hodge, Rev. W. B., missionary, Tientsin.

Hodges, T. D. H., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Hodgson, John G., Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris, assistant cashier, Queen's Road. Hodnett, P., (Hodnett & O'Brien) pilot, No 113 a, Yokohama.

Hoenning, M., Russian Legation, Peking,

Hogg, Alfred G.. (A. G. Hogg & Co.) merchant.

Hogg, James. (Hogg & Co.) merchant, and Italian Consul, Shanghai.

Hogg, E. J., (Hogg & Co.) merchant, and Italian Vice-consul, Shanghai. Hohnholz, proprietor, "Continental Hotel," Praya Central.

Holberton, E R., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Holcomb, H. A., (H. Fogg & Co.) auctioneer, Shanghai. Holding, J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Holdsworth, E.. silk broker, Shanghai.

Holliday, J. F., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Praya.

  Hollingworth, H. G., (R. Francis & Co.) merchant, Kiukiang. Hollins, H. H., customs clerk, Shanghai.

Holme, R.. (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Holmes, Henry J., clerk, Summary Jurisdiction Court, Queen's Road. Holmes, G., ship broker, Peddar's Hill.

Holmes, Edmund R., proprietor, Stag Hotel, Queen's Road.

Holt, H. F. W., British acting Vice-consul, Tamsui.

Holung, Rev. A. C., missionary, Peking.

Holtz, A., (Hall & Holtz) shipichandler, Shanghai (absent.

Holtzapfel, W., (Lincker & Co.) merchant, Swatow.

Homan, W., tidewaiter, Foochow.

Hong, E. T., (A. R. Tilby & Co.) derk, Shanghai.

Hood, J. M., U. S. Consul, Bangkok.

Hook, J. S., ship broker, Praya West.

Hook, T. R. S., ship broker, Praya West.

Hooker, J. R,, (Alt & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki (absent.)

Hooper, H. J., (Hooper Bros.) merchant, No 166 b, Yokohama.

  Hooper, Jas., (Hooper Bros.) merchants, No 166 b, Yokohama. Hooper, James, (Hooper & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent.)

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.'

Hope, C. S., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama (absent.) Hopkins, G. G., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Hoppius, H., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Horden, C. H., clerk, Colonial Treasury.

Hormusjee, P., (Framjee Merwanjee) clerk, Gage Street. Hormusjee, C. C., (D. N. Camajee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Hormusjee, F., (P. F. Cama & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Horn, W., tide-surveyor, Maritime Customs, Chefoo Horne. T. W., (Bradley & Co.) godown-keeper, Swatow. Hornby, Sir Edmund, chief judge, Supreme Court, Shanghai. Horspool, G., inspector of police.

Horta, J. M. Ponte e, His Excellency the Governor of Macao. Hoseim, A. G., (A. Jefferbhoy) clerk, Stanley Street.

Hough, R., Customs clerk, Tientsin.

Houlstman, A., Nagasaki.

Houpt, W. A., (Carst & Lels) clerk, Yokohama.

House, Kev. S. R., missionary, Bangkok.

Houstoun, R. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

How, E. H., (E. H. How & Co.) merchant, Foochow,

Howard, Thomas, merchant, Shelley Street.

Howard, J. J., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Howard, W. C., tide-surveyor, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Howell, H. G., British consulate assistant, Chetoo.

Howell, H., Customs, clerk.

Howes, J., store-keeper, municipal council, Shanghai.

Howie, R., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Howie, W., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Hover, J. O., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Hubbe, P. G., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Hubener, H. E., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) merchant, Praya.

Huber, A., interpreter, French consulate, Shanghai.

Hubert, A., student interpreter, French Legation, Peking.

Huddleston, H. C., chief officer, receiving ship Water Witch, Shanghai,

Huddleston, F. D., (Case & Co ) clerk, Nagasaki.

Hudson, H. H., tidewaiter, Foochow.

Hudson, J. T., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hudson, Rev. T. H., missionary, Ningpo.

Hudson, J. S., merchant, Niugpo.

Hudson, J., (Kemptner & Co.) merchant, No 73, Yokohama (absent.)

Huffum, F. S., clerk, Supreme Court, Seymour Terrace.

Hughes, W. K., (A. Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Gongh Street.

Hughes, P. J., British Vice-consul and acting Danish consul, Kiukiang.

Hughes, J., (Hughes, Willgoss & Co.) merchant, No 156, Yokohama. Hughes, FH., customs assistant, Foochow.

Hulse, W., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hulsz, J. H. N., (Peters & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Hume, G. F., tidesurveyor, Maritime Customs, Tamsui.

Hume, T., public accountant, No 162 a, Yokohama.

Humphries, J. D.. book keeper, Hongkong dispensary, Queen's Road.

Hunau, C., (W. Reme & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Hunly M., student interpreter, Prussian Legation, Peking,

Hunt, A., dispenser, Hongkong dispensary, Queen's Road.

Hunt, H. J., (Chesshire, Laurance & Hunt) accountant and average stater, Shanghai. Hunter, W. C., (A. Heard & Co.) Seymour Terrace.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Hunter, D. L., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Hunter, W. L., (Adamson & Co.) assistant, Foochow Huntington, W. D., (Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila, Hurlbut, George, (Smith, Archer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Hurst, C., warden, Victoria Gaol.

Hussum, S.. (A. Habbibhoy) clerk, Macao, Hutchison, A., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Hankow. Huyvenaar, A. O., M.D., 37 Wyndham Street. Hwaybloon, C., (Eng Watt Bros.) clerk, Amoy. Hyde, W., (J. J. Carst) clerk, No 26 a, Yokobaina. Hyeem, J. M., merchant, Gage Street.

Hyndman, J., (J. P. da Silva & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Hyndman, H., (Union Dock Company) accountaut, Hongkong. Hyver, J. P., general storekeeper, Nagasaki.

Icoza, J. de, rope manufacturer, Manila,

Ifland, A., Customs tidewaiter, Chetoo.

Iffanger, F. de, (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Ilbert, A., broker and commission merchant, Shanghai.

Illies, C., (L. Knitter & Co.) clerk, No 45, Yokohama, Imbert, A., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai. Ingle, H., pilot, (Shanghai Mercantile Pilot Co.) Inglis, D. D., (H. Fogg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Inglis, John, foreman engineer, the Mint.

Innocent, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin.

Irwin, R. W., (P. M. S. S. Co.) cle k, Yokohama.

Iveson, Egbert, (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Iwersen, C. W., (Kniffler & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Jack, J. van de, (Netherlands Trading Co.) clerk, Desima.

Jack, Jolin, patent slip proprietor, East Point.

Jackson, Thos., (Hongkong & Shinghai Bank) accountant, Shanghai.

Jackson, W. (Chartered Mercantile Bink) manager, Queen's Road.

Jackson, John, Jr., (Augustine Heard & Co.) clerk.

Jackson, Edward, (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Jackson, T. J., (W. Watson) clerk, Shanghai.

Jacob, E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) ciek, zhanghai. Jacob, J., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Ningpo. Jacobbhoy, G., (S. Visram) clerk.

Jafferbhoy, E., (D. Vessonjee, Jafferbhoy & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street. Jaffray, W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

James, H. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point.

James, S., (S. James & Co.) dairyman, No 137, Yokohama. Jameson, J. N., (Thos. Hunt & Co.) clerk, Peddar's Whart. Jamieson, Geo., assistant, British consulate, Shanghai. Jamieson, W. B., (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo. Jamieson, C., Customs. assistant, Fochow.

Jamieson, H. D., (Borneo Company, Limited) clerk, Shanghai. Jansen, John T., (Jansen, Vasmer & Co.) merchant, Chefoo. Jaques, J., clerk, Customs, Shanghai,

Jardin, F. du, Messageries Imperiales, Shanghai.

   Jardine, J., (R. S. Walker & Co.) godown keeper, Praya East. Jarman, James, assistant superintendent of Police, Central Station. Javier, R., (Tilson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Jeffrey, J., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Jeffries, H. U., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Jelovitz, L., (Jelovitz & Co.) auctioneer, &c, No. 70, Yokohama. Jenke, C., (Wm. Dato & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Jenkins, G. R., M.D., No 93 b, Yokohama (absent.)

Jenkins, M A., interpreter, United States consulate, Hankow.

Jenkins, Rev. H., D.D., missionary, Ningpo.

Jenkins, B., interpreter, United States consulate, Shanghai. Jenkins, T. O. S., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Jenny, F., (Jenny & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent.) Jensen, R., (John Burd & Co.) clerk, Praya. Jensen, H. F., tidewaiter, Customs, Shanghai. Jerdein, M. S., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Jertram, H. P., proprietor, "Fort Hotel," Taku.

Jesus, J., (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company) clerk, Whampoa.

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    esus, J. Victor, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company) clerk, Whampoa. Jesus, J. A. de, (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shelley Street.

Jesus, J. G. de, (John Riach & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road West.

Jesus, F. A., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's Rond.

eune, C., (Petrocochinio & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Jevanjee, B., (Habibhoy Rehembhoy) merchant.

Johannes, S. P., merchiant, Canton.

Johanssen, F., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Johnmahomed, A., (J. Peerblioy) clerk. Wellington Street. Johnmaliomed, B., (S. Visram) clerk, Canton.

Johnson, F. B., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Johnson, H., pilor, Swatow.

    Johnson, W. G., (Wainwright & Co.) auctioneer, Shanghai. Johnson, J. J., proprietor, "Cosmopolitan Hotel," Nagasaki.

Johnson, P. E., resident, Nagasaki.

Johnson, Wm., (Shanghai Tug & Lighter Co.) assistant, Shanghai. Johnson, Wis., branch pilot, Bangkok,

Johnson, A., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Johnston, R., (Finlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, No 12, Yokohama. Johnston, A. J., secretary, to Municipal Concil, Shanghai.

Johnston, H.. (A. G. Hogg & Co.) clerk, Queen's Read.

Johnston, W. C.. (Boyd & Co.) tea inspector, Amoy.

Johnstone, Andrew, (Shanghai Tug & Lighter Co) assistant, Shanghai. Jones, O. J., Commodore, H.M.S. Princess Charlotte.

Jones, E. D., assistant, British consulate, Chinkiang.

Jones, Jas., assistant, Customs, Amoy.

Jones, Charles M., M.D., (Jones, Cainagie & Scott) surgeon, Amoy. Jones, H. R., inspector of nuisances (absent.)

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ones, F. H., Customs tidewaiter, Foochow.

ones, E., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Jones, G., ide-surveyor, Maritime Customs, Canton.

J ones, J. H., constable, British consulate, Whampoa.

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oost, A., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

orge, A., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's Road..

orge, H., (Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

orge, P., (J. F. de Castro & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Joseph, N. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

oseph, I., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) agent, Ningpo.

   Joseph, L., secretary, Fire Insurance Co., Shanghai. Joss, J., Maritime Customs, tidewaiter, Shanghai.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Jowitt, W. E., (Trautmann & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Jucker, A., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) clerk, Bangkok. Jukes, M. P. (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Jules, L., (Jules & Co.) hairdresser, Queen's Road.

Jullien, St. Cyr., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) merchant, Bangkok. Julian, V. P., boarding-house keeper, Queen's Road West. Juisara, A. B., (Macao Battalion) lieut., Macao.

Jurtrum, H. P., pilot, Taku.

Juvet, L. A., (F. Degeaner) clerk.

Kahn, L., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, No 96, Yokohama.

Kanig, F. W., (Trautmann & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Karberg, P., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) merchant, Praya.

Karuth, C., (Karuth & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Kattaw, A., (D. Poonjabhoy) clerk, Canton.

Kauffmann, H. von, M. D., proprietor, Medical Hall, 48, Queen's Road. Kauffmann, Rev. M., chaplain, seamen's church, Shanghai.

Kaye, W., (Chartered Bank) manager, Queen's Road. Kelley. E. B., superintendent, Sailors' Home, Shanghai. Kelly, J. J., (Chapman, King & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Kelly, R., (Ross Thompson & Co.) clerk, Spring Gardens. Kelly, J. B., assistant, Municipal Council office, Shanghai.

Kempermann, P., student interpreter, Prussian Legation, Yeddo.

Kendall, C. C., cargo clerk, Shanghai, S. N. Co. Godown.

Kennedy, H. G., (British Consulate) assistant, Bangkok.

Kenny, G. W., pilot, Taku.

Keppel, Sir. H., vice admiral an i commander in Chief of Naval forces in China. Kerr, W. G., (Loney & Co.) merchant, Cebu, Manila.

Kerr, C. Morland, (Oriental Bank) accountant, Queen's Road.

Kerr, J. G., M.D., missionary, Canton,

Keswick, Hon. W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, East Point.

Ketels, P. J., "Eldorado Inn," Queen's Road West.

Khambata, P. E., (H. Ebrahim, Sons & Co.) clerk, Gage Street.

Khan, A. S., (S. Vissam) clerk, Macno.

Khetsey, M. (J. Peerbhoy & Co.) merchant, Wellington Street. Kiær, H. (John Burd & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Kiddehlin, J. (Knitter & Co.) clerk, Desima.

Kierulff, P., (Meadows & Co.) clerk, Chefoo.

Kimzler, E., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila

Kinder, Thos. W., master, Royal Mint.

Kinder, W., architect, Shanghai.

King, C., police sergeant, Ningpo.

King, C. J., (Chapman, King & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

King, D., Jr., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

King, E. M., U. S. Consul, Canton.

King, George, (P. & O. Co.) assistant, Elgin Street.

Kingsmill, Thomas W., architect and surveyor, Shanghai. Kinnear, W. B., (Kinnear & Co.) public tea inspector, Foochow. Kinnear, H. R., (Kinnear & Co.) clerk, Foochow. Kip, W. J., secretary, American Legation, Yeddo.

Kirby, E. C., (Kirby & Co.) shipchandler, No 85, Yokohama. Kirby, W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point.- Kirchner, A., (Kirchner, Boger & Co.) merchant (absent). Kirchmeister, H., (Ladage, Oelke & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Kirkwood, J., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Chefoo.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Kite, Wm., (Platt & Co.) engineer, Newchwang. Klein, J. C., (Hartmann & Besier) clerk, Nagasaki. Kleintjes, L., chancellor H. D. M. Legation, Yeddo.

Kleinwachter, F., Maritime Customs, acting commissioner, Chinkiang. Kliene, A., Customs Lorcha "Lone Star" Kiukiang.

Klyne, B. G., North China Herald, compositor, Shanghai.

Kniffler, L., (Kniffler & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

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Knight, F. P., (Knight & Co) merchant, Newchwang, and Vice-consul for United

States, France, Sweden, Norway, and Netherlands.

Knight, A. M., (Knight & Co.) clerk, Newchwang.

Knight, H., (Hall & Holtz) clerk, Shanghai.

Knowles, John, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Knoop, E. E., shipchandler, Shanghai.

Knoop, H. A., (Knoop & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Knowlton, Rev. M. J., missionary, Ningpo.

Knox, T. G., British consulate, Bangkok (absent). Koch, E., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Koch, E., Prussian consulate, clerk, Peddar's Hill. Koch, W., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Kock, M., Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo.

Kock, J., (J. J. Carst) clerk, No 26 a, Yokohama. Konig, H., (C. J. Mestern) clerk, Canton.

Kopschi, H., acting Commissioner, Customs, Tamsui.

Korthals, W. C., Netherlands Trading Society, Nagasaki. Koss, F., (Ladage, Oelke & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road. Kraal, P. C., tidewaiter, Customs, Amoy.

Kramer, C., (Textor & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Krauss, Alfred A., (Shaw, Brothers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Kraver, A., (Bower, Hanbury, & Co) silk-inspector, Shanghai.

Krebs, F., (Walsh & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Kremer, H., (H. Kremer & Co.) storekeeper, No 136, Yokohama.

Kresser, Victor, (Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation) manager, Wardley

House.

Kreyer, Rev. C. T., missionary, Ningpo.

Krietsch, C., constable, Prussian Consulate, Yokohama.

Kroes, T., (Kroes & Co.) merchant, and Dutch vice-consul, Shanghai.

Kroeplin, F., (Bourjan, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Krüger, H., (Siemssen & Co.) tea inspector, and acting consul for Hamburg and Bremen

Foochow.

Krummenacher, J., (Sander & Co.) merchant, Staunton Street.

Kruse, T. C., Raynal & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street.

   Krüminel, C., (Schmidt, Spahn & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki. Kuapel, F., proprietor, Hamburg Hotel, Ningpo.

Kuhlmann, H., (Wm. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Pottinger Street. Kyle, John, Head Master, St. Paul's College.

Labhart, J. C., (Labhart & Co.) merchant, Manila, (absent.) Ladendorff, L.. principal, foundling hospital, High Street. Ladd, J. H.. (Ladd & Co.) merchant, Peddar's Hill. Ladd, T. C., resident, Peddar's Hill.

Laen, P. L., merchant, Tientsin.

La Forge, S. F., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Tientsin.

Laidlaw, W., (H. D. Brown & Co.) tea inspector, Amoy.

Lake, George W., (Lake & Co.) butcher, Marshal U. S. consulate, Nagasaki.

Lake, Eduard, (Lake & Co.) butcher and compradore, Nagasaki.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Lalcaca, E. P., broker, Shanghai.

Lalcaca, C. D., general broker, Shanghai (absent).

Lalcaca, F. D., (M. D. Ghandy & Co.) merchant, Hollywood Road. Lalcaca N. H., (M. D. Ghandy & Co.) clerk, Hollywood Road. Lalor, J. P., (Margesson & Co.) tea-inspector, Foochow.

Lambert, A. G., shipwright, Shanghai.

Lambla, A., Hotel des Colones, No 164, Yokohama.

Lamont, J. S., foreman shipwright, Foochow Dockyard.

Lambuth, Rev. J. W., interpreter Municipal consul, Shanghai.

Lampie, Con., branch pilot, Bangkok.

   Lammert, G. R., (Lammert, Atkinson & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's Koad, Lancaegne, J., missionary, Nagasaki.

Landstein, W. R.. (Landstein & Co.) merchant, Stanley Street.

Land, J. M., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Land, J. M., customs tidewaiter, Kinkiang,

Lane, Thos. A., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) Queen's Road (absent). Lane, T., receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai.

Lancaster, W., (Forbes & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Lanfranchi, J., clerk, Secretary's office, French consul, Shanghai. Lang, H., general broker, Shanghai.

Lange, W., pianoforte tuner and repairer, 94 Queen's Road,

Langan, E., Exchange Hotel, Shanghai.

Langdon, W. A., ins; ector of police, Wanchai.

Langhorne, M. B., (P. M. S. S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Laughton, Rev. R. F., missionary, Chefoo.

Langmann, Rud., (Telge, Nolting & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Lanken, F., (Wm. Pustan & Co,) clerk, Pottinger Street.

Lenfenberg, L., (J. D. Wilkie & Co.) boat builder, No 114, Yokoham. Lange, C. J., master shipwright, (Amoy Dock Company) Amoy.

Lapage, E., (Nicholson & Boyd), Nagasaki.

Laplace, A., proprietor, Hotel des Colonies, No 164, Yokohama. Lapraik, John S., (D. Lapraik & Co.) merchant, D'Aguilar Street. Lark, D., tidewaiter, Customs, Amoy.

Lark, D., proprietor, Cafe de Paris, Ningpo.

Larner, J. R., engineer, customs steamer Eifin, Kiukiang.

Latham, T. S., (Maertens, Latham & Co.) tuerchant, Shanghai.

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Laurence, H. A., (Laurence & Hunt) accountant and average stater, Shanghai.

Laurie, P. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point.

Lavers, E. H., (Gilman & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Lavoisier, V., (P. & P. Derode Freres) merchant, 17, Gage Street.

Lawless, W., tide-waiter, Customs, Shanghai.

Lawrance, E., practitioner-at-law and notary-public, Shanghai. Lawrence, E., inspector of Buildings and Nuisances.

Lay, A., assistant, Customs, Amoy.

Lay, W. H., British Vice-consul, Taku (absent).

Leang, Rev. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington Street. Leang, Rev. P., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington Street. Leang, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington Street. Leavesley, H., (Perkin & Sons, London) agent, 1 S., Hollywood Road. Le Couteur, C. G., clerk, Harbour Master's office. Ledwidge, M., engineer, (P. & O. Co.) West Point. Lee. W., (Mackenzie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Lee, Jolin L., (Maltby & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki. Leembruggen, J. W., (Walsh & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki. Leeson, E. von, (L. Kniffler & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Legrand, A., interpreter, Canton.

Lehmann, Carl., engineer, Nagasaki.

Leigh, A., clerk, Dry Dock Company, Amoy.

Leiria, Antonio, sorter, post-office.

Leiria, H. A., (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Gough Street.

Lejuene, M., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) merchant, No 164 a, Yokohama. Lemaire, M., interpreter, French consulate, Peking.

Lemann, H. B., (Gilman & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Lemann, Wm., (Gilman & Co.) merchant, Prava.

Le Mure, J., (Aspinal, Cornes & Co.) clerk, No 34, Yokohama. Lemattre, E., (C. Hochstetter) assistant, Queen's Road.

Lemos, Jose de, judge's clerk, Macao.

Lenny, C. G., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Lent, W., merchant, Shanghai.

Leuzy, A., student, Russian Legation, Peking.

Leon, S. de, intendant general, treasury, Manila.

Leonard, J. K., commissioner, Maritime Customs, Ningpo. Lepper, T., (Walsh & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Leroy, E.. (A. Nachtrieb & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Leslie, H. M.. (John Jack & Co.) clerk, East Point Leslie, P., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Lessen, Von A., (John Forster & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Lester, H., (China Fire Insurance Co.) surveyor, Shanghai. Lessler, Paul, (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant, Bangkok. Lethbridge, G., carpenter, H.M. Naval Yard.

Lethbridge, G., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Shanghai. Levy, A., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Levyshon, A. C., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) merchant, Praya.

Lewes, F. W., commander, receiving ship Water Witch, Shanghai. Lewis, G., (Rainbow, Lewis & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Lewis, B. R., deputy consul, United States, Shanghai.

Lewis, G., receiving ship Berwick Walls, Shanghai.

Lewis, J. W., (Blum Brothers & Co.) assistant, Hollywood Road.

Lewis, G. Lessen E. von, (Kuiffler & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Leyenberger, Rev. J. A., missionary, Ningpo.

Leys, R., (Rainbow, Lewis & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Leysner, A., Trautinann & Co.) merchant, No 56, Yokohama.

Liaigre, J., tidewaiter, Customs, Shanghai.

Liddle, J., foreman shipwright, (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock) Whampoa.

Liddelow, R., (Sayle & Co.) assistanı, Queen's Road.

Liger, J. A. C., major, Macao.

Lilley, E., (Sayle & Co,) assistant, Queen's Road.

Lima, J. M. O., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya. Limby, H. J., broker, Shanghai.

Lincker, A. G., merchant, Swatow.

Lind, A. A., (Coare, Lind & Co.) merchant, Canton.

Lind, A., clerk, (P. & O. Co.) Queen's Road,

Lindan, G. C., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Lindau, Richard, (Walsh & Co.) merchant, and Prussian Consul, Nagasaki. Lindau, Rudolph, (Lindau & Co.) merchant, No 2-10 c, Yokohama.

Lindsley, John, (Frazer & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Lines, A. J., (H. Fogg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

  Linnell, J., (Linnell & Co.) shipchandler and marine surveyor, Newchwang. Linnstrom, H. B., merchant, Shanghai.

Lion, Louis, proprietor, "Hotel d'Europe," Hollywood Road.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Lisle, J., (Hongkong Gas Company) brass fini-her, West Point. Lisle, Rev. N. M., missionary, Bangkok.

Lister,, Civil Service cadet, Gough Street.

Little, F., "Rising Sun" tavern, Queen's Road West, Little, R. W., (J. Little & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Littlefield, T B., compradore, Hakoʻladi.

Livingston, E. T., (Boyd & Co.) tea-inspector, Amoy. Livingston, J., merchant, Tientsin.

Livingston, J., storekeeper, Central Police Station. Lloyd, I. M., accountant, Municipal Couucil, Shanghai. Lloyd, F., head turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

   Lobo, Don J. X., (Aide-de-camp to governor,) Macao. Lobscheid, Rev. W., Wyndham Street.

Locock, S., secretary, British Legation, Japan.

   Lockhart, A., foreman engineer (P. & O. Co.,) West Point. Lockhead, John, M.D., surgeon, Elgin Terrace,

Lockyer, Mrs., milliner, No 59. Yokohama.

Loffelt. J. P. van, (de Mello & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Lohmann, II., (Ladage, Oelke & ('o.) assistant, Shanghai.

Loney, J. F., R.N., master attendant B.M. Naval Yard (absent).

Loney, Nicholas, merchant, British Vice-consul at Iloilo, Philippine Islands. Loney, R., (Loney & Co.) merchant, Tulisay, Manila.

Longfellow, W. H., (Nicholson & Boyd), Shanghai.

Lopes, E., merchant, Macao.

Lopes, J. J., (Spanish Consulate) clerk, Macno.

Lopes, Jose, clerk, Recebedoria das Decimas, Macno.

Lopes, J. H., compositor, North China Herald, Shanghai.

Lopes, C., (E. J. Sage) clerk, D'Aguilar Street.

Lopes, B., (P. & P. Derode Freres) clerk, 17, Gage Street.

Lopez, A. D., clerk, Spanish consulate, Macao.

Loon, K. Kung, (Eng Wat Brothers) merchant, Amoy.

Lording, W. S.. clerk and deputy superintendent mercantile marine officer, Harbour

Master's office.

Lording, W. B., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Lotz, H., (Japan Times office) No 60, Yokohama.

Losch, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Tientsin.

Louden, J. S., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) agent, Foochow.

Loureiro, Joze, merchant, and Portuguese consul, Nagasaki.

Loureiro, A., merchant, Nagasaki.

Loureiro, Eduardo, merchant, No 70 a, Yokohama.

Lourenço, Caetano Jose, lawyer, Macao.

Louthrop, S. K., (Walsh & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Lovatt, W. N., tide-surveyor, Tientsin.

Love, J., (Rothwell, Love & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Lovett, C. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk. Queen's Rond. Low, H. C., (Smith Archer & Co.) cierk, Praya East. Low, E. G., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Lowcock, H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Foochow. Lowder, G. G., Customs clerk, Hankow. Lowder, W., clerk, Supreme Court, Shanghai.

Lowder, J. F., assistant, British consulate, Yokohama. Lowe, J., Customs examiner, Chinkiang.

Lowe, W., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Lowe, R., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, Foochow. Lowe, Miss, (Miss Garrett) milliner, Queen's Itoad.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Loyzaga, J., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila. Lownes J. C., clerk, Hongkong Club.

Lucas, C., (Blain, Tate & Co ) merchant, Shanghai.

Lucas, Henry, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road, Luccumsey, J. E., (Pubaney & Co.) clerk, Gage Street. Luddeke, F., (Brondsted & Co.) merchant, Hankow. Ludlam, J. S., (Ashley & Co.) sailmaker, Shanghai. Ludlam, J. S, pilot, Shanghai Mercantile Pilot Company. Lambah, J., boarding house keeper, Circular Pathway. Lumberg, ., (Reynvaan Brothers & Co.) clerk, Saigon. Lungrann, E. D., (Deguria & Co.) merchant, Canton. Luson, T. G., acting commissioner of customs, Chetoo. Lusternoff, Rev. A., Russian missionary, Peking. Luther, W. H., examiner, Maritime Customs, Shanghai. Lutkens, L., merchant, Wyndham Street.

Luz, A. J. F., assistant, Portuguese consulate, Bargkok. Luz F. de P. da, clerk, superior court, Macao,

Luz, V. de, procurador's department, Chinese interpreter, Macao.

Luz, J. A. da, (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Luz, J. A. da, proprietor, Commerical Printing office, Graham Street. Lyall, Robert, bill and buillion broker, Hongkong,

Lyenar, Dr., dentist, No. 85 a, Yokohama.

Lynch, Daniel, (American House) clerk, No 102, Yokohama. Lyon, Thos. A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) agent, Foochow.

Maak, J, (R. Lindau & Co.) clerk, No 2-10 c, Yokohama. Macaulay, W., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) superintendent, Praya. MacBean, T. K., Hindoostanee interpreter, Police Court. Macbride, D., (Glover & Co.) engineer, Nagasaki.

Maccall, E., (Chartered Bank of India, Australia, & China,) manager, Shanghal. Maccallum, John, Surveyor General's Office, Hongkong.

MacDonald, A., (A. Macdonald & Co.) shipwright, West Point.

MacDonald, J., (A. Macdonald & Co.) shipwright, West Point.

   MacDonnell, H.F., Sir Richard Graves, C.B., Governor, Hongkong. Macgowan, D. J., M.D., Shanghai.

Macgregor, J., storekeeper, Hankow,

Macgregor, N., Customs tide-waiter, Hankow.

Machado, B., (Jose de Silva) compositor, Macao.

Machado, F., clerk, Harbour Master's office.

Machado, F. G., sorter, post-office.

Machado, J. M. E., assistant, British Packet agency, Shanghai.

Machado, L., (Jose da Silva) compositor, Macao.

Machado, M. M., (J. de Souza) compositor, Hollywood Road.

Mackey, G. S., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Mackey, G. J., cabinet maker and upholsterer, Shanghai.

Mackenzie, James, (Mackenzie & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Mackenzie, David, (Mackenzie & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absen.t) Mackenzie, R., (Mackenzie & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Mackenzie, J., (D. Muirhead) engineer, Shanghai.

Mackenzie, Rev. H. L., missionary, Swatow.

Mackenzie, J., commander, receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai.

Mackenzie, R., (Mackenzie, Miller & White) broker, Shanghai.

Muckie, J. B., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Mackie, J. H., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang.

Mackintosh, Charles, (North China Insurance Co.) secretary, Queen's Road.

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   Mackintosh, J. S., (North China Insurance Co.) secretary, Shanghai. Mackintosh, F. H., (Tait & Co.) tea inspector, Amoy.

Maclaren, R., (Glover & Co.), Nagasaki.

   MacLean, David, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank,) manager, Shanghai, Maclean, George F., Arbuthnot Road.

Maclean, W. S., (Dow, Aitken & Co.) merchant, Haukow.

Maclean, P., (Maclean, Thurbarn & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Maclean, Fred. H.M. Naval Depot, Shanghai.

Maclean, Daniel, (D). Maclean & Co.) Bangkok.

Maclean, John, (D. Maclean & Co.) Bangkok.

Maclehose, J., (R. S. Walker & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Macleod, Neil (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, Manila.

MacNulty, John, proprietor, " Mechanics' Arms" Hotel, Queen's Road West.

Macomber, W. S., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Macpherson, A. J., (Macpherson & Marshall) merchant, No 58, Yokohama (absent.)

Macreath, John, (Chartered Bank of India, Australia, & China) acting agent, Hankow. Macvicar, Pat., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Mader, A. R., Notice server, colonial treasury,

Maertens, A. H., (Maertens, Latham & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Magniac, Herbert St. L. (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, East Point.

Magrath, Miss, teacher, Mosque Street,

Magnum, Willie P., U.S. Vice-consul general, Shanghai.

Maher, M. M., (M. A. dos Remedios) clerk, Macao.

Maher, J., Customs tide waiter, Tamsui.

Mahomedbhoy, E., (J. Peerbhoy) clerk, Shanghai.

Mahomedaily, Currambhoy, (Abdoolally, Ebrahim & Co.) manager, Macao.

Mahomedjatter, L. (A Buitrodin) clerk, Canton.

Mahon, J., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Maignan, C. H., French postmaster, Shanghai.

Main, J. (Shanghai Cargo Boat Company) assistant, Shanghai.

Maintz, E. (Reiss & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Maiquise, E., (Miss Garrett) clerk, Queen's Road.

Maise,, (J. Stephenson & Co.) clerk, Hakodadi,

Maitland, J., clerk, H. M. Naval Yard, Mosque.

Maitland, J. A., (Thorne Bros. & Co.) merchant, Shanghai,

Major, F., (Wilkinson & Co.) merchant, Hankow.

Major, J., silk reeler, Shanghai.

Major, A., (Trautmann & Co ) clerk, Shanghai.

Major, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Malcolin, W. A., (Kemptner & Co.) merchant, No 73, Yokohama (absent).

Malcolm, Wm., (Nicholson and Boyd) Shanghai.

Mallett, D., Messageries Imperiales, clerk, Queen's Road.

Mallory, L., (Burrows & Sons) clerk, St. John's Place.

Maloney, J., tidewaiter, Foochow.

Maltby, J., (Maltby & Co.) merebant, Nagasaki.

Maltby, Samuel, (Maltby & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Man, J. A., acting commissioner, Customs, Amoy,

Mammelsdorff, J., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) manager, Yokohama.

Mancint, N., proprietor," Belle Vue" hotel, Nagasaki.

Maneck, D., (M. Dossabhoy) Macao.

Maner, L. G., (Freerks, Rodatz & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Mancini, M., confectioner, Nagasaki.

Manger, J. E., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, D'Aguilar Street.

Manger, A. J., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, D'Aguilar Street.

Manning, F. A., superintendent of the melting department, No. 2, Morrison Hill.

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Manovelt, C. G. van, chemical and physical school, Nagasaki. Manockjee, R., (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Manley, J., engineer, H.M. Naval Yard.

Mauson, P., Physician, Takao.

Manson, J. B., (A. Campbell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Mansfield, W., (Farr & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Manthey, G. S., (Fergusson & Co.) clerk, West Point. Mard, Rev. J., missionary, Ningpo.

Mar, Jolin, pilot, Swatow.

Maranne, V., "Army & Navy Retreat," No 81 g, Yokohama. Marcaida, A., (Smith, Beli & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Marcal, F. C., (Margesson & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Marcal, C.. (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Hollywood Road.

Marchand, F. J. le., boot and shoe maker, No 31 b, Yokohama. Marcus, A., (Marks & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Marcus, E., (Marks & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Margesson, H. D., (Margesson & Co.) merchant, Club Chambers. Marks, H., (Marks & Co) auctioneer, &c., Yokohama.

Marks, L., (Marks & Co.) auctioneer, &c., Yokohama. Marks, A., (Marks & Co) auctioneer, &c., Yokohama. Markwald, A., (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant, Bangkok. Markwick, R., assistant, Maritime Customs, Canton. Marques, Francisco Joao, (Silva & Co.) clerk, Macao. Marques, P., (B. E. Carneiro) clerk, Macao.

Marques, C. A., (Rozario & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street.

Marques, Joze M., teacher of Mandarin language, Saint Joseph's College, Macao.

Marques, F. P., M. A. dos Remedios) clerk, Macao.

Marques, F. J., (M. A. dos Remedios) clerk, Macao.

Marques, A. G., (L. Marques) clerk, Macao.

Marques, J. M., temporary assistant, British consulate, Takao.

Marques, L., merchant, Macao,

Marques, E. Pio, (L. Marques) clerk, Macao.

Marques, M., clerk, Customs, Macao."

Marques, D. S., (Thos. Hunt & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Marques, A., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Foochow.

Marsh, Wm., (Russell & Sturgis) marine surveyor, Manila.

Marshall, W., (McPherson, Marshall & Co.) merchant, No 58, Yokohama.

Marshall, J. G., (Chartered Bank) sccountant, Mosque Terrace.

Marshall, T., (Wainwright & Co.) clerk, Shanghai."

Marshall, G., proprietor, Colorado Eating House, No 81 h, Yokohama.

Martin, Rev. W. A. P., D.D., missionary, Peking.

Martin, E. J., (Reynvaan Bros.) clerk, Gage Street.

Martin, D., pilot, Shanghai Mercantile Pilot Company. Martin. D., (Ashley & Co.) sailmaker, Shanghai. Martin, G, (Pharmacie De Union) Shanghai. Martin, J. P., packet agent, Shanghai.

Martin, F., constable, French Consulate, Yokohama.

Martin, J. M., Catholic Missionary, No 80, Yokohama.

Martins, E., (Landstein & Co.) clerk. Stanley Street

Martins, R. F., compositor, China Mail office.

Martinez, H.E. Sr. Don G. M., archbishop metropolitan of the Philippines, Manila.

Mattingly, A. J.. marshal, U. S. Consulate, Bangkok.

Masfen, L. C., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) accountant, Queen's Road.

Mason, Capt, A, supreintendant, Shanghai Tug & Lighter Co.

Masius, W., (A. Markwald & Co.) clerk, Bangkok.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Mason, S., (Evans & Co.) assistant, Shanghai. Massias, E., physician, Shanghai.

   Masson, N. R., deputy registrar, Supreme Court, (absent.) Masson, J. C., (Tait & Co.) assistant, Takao.

Masson, W., (Henderson & West) No 113, Yokohama. Master, A., captain, Customs Revenne cutter Spy, Canton. Matabhoy, M. H., (A. Budrooden) manager, Hongkong.

Mateu, J., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Matson, J. Melville, (Oriental Bank) acting accountant, Queen's Road. Matur, Rev. C. W., missionary, Chefoo.

Matthaei, Carl, (Scheibler, Matthaei & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Matthew, A. E., storekeeper, Hankow.

Mattes, F. B., Macao.

Mattos, Rev. J., teacher of Latin, S. Jeseph's College, Macao. Maxwell, R., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) agent, Hankow. May, Charles, first police magistrate.

May, F. N., Maritime Customs, Foochow, (absent.) Mayo, A., Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang.

Mayers, W. F., Vice-consul, British consulate, Canton. Mayne, G. G., assistant Union Wharf Company, Shanghai. Mayne, W.J., assistant paymaster, Naval Depot, Shanghai. Mazarns, B., secretary, Municipality, Manila.

McAllister, D., (Brand, Murno & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. McCartee, D. B., M.D., medical missionary, Ningpo. McCarthy, J. H., Hairdresser, Shanghai.

McCarthy, W. A., Hairdresser, Shanghai.

McClatchie, H. P., student, British Legation, Peking.

McClatchie, T., chaplain, British Consulate, Hanków.

McColl, J. H., commanding tug boat Gorilla, Foochow.

McConnachie, J., (J. Jack) blacksmith, East Point.

McClellan, J., assistant inspector of cargo boats and junks, Harbor Master's office. McDonald, J. S., (J. McDonald & Co.) shipwright, Spring Gardens.

McDonald, Wm., (McDonald & Dare) broker and commission agent, No 60 a, Yokohama,

(absent.)

McDonald, R., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

McDonald, Rev. N. A., missionary, Bangkok.

McDonell,, (Ashton & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

McDouall, J., (Oriental Bank) manager, Shanghai.

McDougall, J., (P. & O. Co.) boiler maker, West Point.

McFarland, Rev. S. G., missionary, Bangkok.

McGillivray,, (Henderson & West) clerk, No 113, Yokohama.

McGilvary, Rev. D., missionary, Bangkok.

McGrath, T. L., (Fogg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

McGregor, J., (Union Dock Co.) boiler maker, Whampoa,

McGregor, Rev. W. M., missionary, Amoy.

McGrigor, A., signalman, Victoria Peak.

McKay, N., plumber, (P. & O. Co.) West Point.

McKenzie, C. A., Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang.

McKennon, H., Customs tidewaiter, Amoy.

McLean, W. S., (Dow & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

McLeod, A., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Wellington Street. McLeod, J., turnkey, Victoria Goal.

McLoughlin, E.. (Blain, Tait & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

McMicken, Wm., assistant accountant, Oriental Bank, Shanghai.

McMillan, J., (Municipal council office) clerk, Shanghai.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

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McMurdo, R., Marine surveyor, Club chambers.

McNaught, J., constable, consular gaol, Shanghai.

   McPhail, N., (McPhail & Co.) merchant, Takao & French Vice-consul for Formosa. McPhail, J., (McPhail & Co.) merchant, Takao.

Meade, H., tidesurveyor, Customs, Foochow.

Meadows, Robert, surgeon, Ningpo.

Meadows, J. A. T., (Meadows & Co.) merchant, and Consul for Denmark, Tientsin.. Meadows, Rev. James, missionary, Ningpo.

Mearns, R. L., (Medical Hall) manager, Queen's Road.

Mechain, E. de, French consul, Manila.

Medard, R., chief clerk, Supreme Court, Shanghai.

Medhurst, W. H., British consul, Hankow.

Medlen, G. A., (Rawling, Medlen & Co.) architect, Club Charabers.

Mees, R. A., Netherlands Trading Society, No 5 a, Yokohama.

Migueis, T. A., notary public, Macao.

Meilan, A., (Guirand Favor & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Meijzel, J. T., Dutch resident, Nagasaki.

Melchers, H., (Melchers & Co.) merchant, Graham Street (absent).

Meller, H., (Wheelock & Co.) auctioneer, Shanghai.

Meihursh, C. J., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Mellish, Edward, exchange and bullion broker, 11 Arbuthnot Road.

Melville, W. C., (W. Schmidt & Co.) engineer, Queen's Road.

Mendel, L., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Meneses, D. E., provisor, and Vicar-general of the bishopric of Cebu, Manila. Mendes, A. N., lawyer, Macao.

Mendes, M., (M. da Silva) clerk, Macao.

Mendes, J F., brigadier, commanding Macao battalion, Macao.

Mendes, M., (Hongkong Gas Company) clerk, Queen's Road,

Mendonça, M. M. de, retired major, Macuo.

Menke, J., (Wm. Pustau & Co.) merchant, Puttinger Street. Menzies, J., Customs tidewaiter, Fochow.

Menzies, A. B., tidewaiter, Hunkow,

Merally, H., (K. H. Habibhoy) clerk, Macao.

Mercer, M. R., Customs clerk, Shanghai.

Mercer, F., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama.

Mercer, T., (Thomas & Mercer) public tea inspector, Canton.

Merdervoort, J. L. C. Pompi van, medical officer, Dutch consulate, Desima.

Meritens, Baron de, Customs commissioner, Foochow.

Merrick, W. G., tide-surveyor, I. M. C., and acting Harbor Master, Takao (absent):

Merry, Thomas. (Reiss & Co.) silk inspector, No 96, Yokohama.

Merwanjee, S., (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Mesney, G., Customs tidewaiter, Hankow.

Mesquita, N. V., major, Macao battalion, Macao,

Messein, C., (P. & P. Derode Freres) clerk, 17, Gage Street.

Mesteru, C. J., public tea inspector and general commission agent, Canton.

Mettler, F., (Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Metling, R., Boatswain, H. M. Naval Yard,

Methvin, James, (Russell & Sturgis) manila.

Methven, A., (P. & O. Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Metman, J. P., chancellor and Vice-consul for Netherlands, Desima.

Metta, D. M., (P. & A. C. Camajes & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Metta, B. J., (Ghandy & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Metta, M. S., (C. Pallanjee & Co.) clerk.

Metzner, W., proprietor, Berlin Hotel, No 12, Yokohama.

Mettler, F., (Schmidt, Spahn & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Meuser, R., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Meveety, J.,

Nemesis Tavern," Queen's Road West.

Meyer, J. D., (A. Fergusson & Co.) shipwright, Praya West. Meynard, J., storekeeper, Hakodadi.

  Michell, G. N., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) manager, Manila. Michie, A., (Chapman, King & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Middleton, O., Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang.

Middleton, W. N., broker and auctioneer, D'Aguilar Street. Millane, boiler maker, (P. &. O. Co.) West Point.

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Migueis, T. d'A., clerk, Supreme Court, Macao.

  Militger, M., (Schmidt, Spahn & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki, (absent). Milisch, James, (Milisch & Co.) Keelung.

Milisch, C., (Raynal & Co.) merchant, Macao.

Mills, H., proprietor, " Boar's Head," Shanghai.

  Miller, Rowley, (Mackenzie, Miller & White) bill-broker, Shanghai. Miller, J. J., (Jarvie & Co.) m-rcbant, Shanghai.

Miller, W., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Miller, A., plumber & gas fitter, Queen's Road West.

Miller, T. W., bill brokor, No 173 b, Yokohama.

Mills John, Black Ball Pilot Co., Shanghai,

Mills, Rev. C. R., missionary, Chefoo.

Milne, F. M.. (E. M. Sinith) agent, Shanghai.

Milne, W., (Thorel, Ziegler & Co.) clerk, No 159, Yokohama.

Milne, J., (P. & O. Co.) engineer, West Point.

Milne, H., (Nicholson & Boyd) Shanghai.

Milsom Edward, (Milsom & Tod) merchant, Shanghai.

Milton, James, constable, British consulate, Chinkiang,

Minto, George N., (H.kong and Whampoa Dock Company,) manager, Hongkong. Miranda, C., compositor, North China Herald, Shanghai.

Mitchell, W., accountant, Commercial Bank, Shanghai.

Mitchell, G., pilot, Taku.

Mitchell, J., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Mitchell, F. W., postmaster-general and Stamp collector, Queen's Road.

Mitchell, W. H., barrister-at-law, Shanghai.

Mitchell, J., ship carpenter, Nagasaki.

Mitchell, A. D., (Rice and Saw Mills) manager, West Point.

Mitchell, W. P., (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, No 3, Yokohama.

Mitchell, J. W., pilot, Foochow.

Mitchell, Edward, H. M. Naval Depot, Shanghai.

Mitford, A. B., second secretary, British legation, Peking.

Mody, S. K., broker, Shanghai.

Mody, H. N., auctioneer and broker, Graliam Street.

Moffatt, R. C. D., (Trautmann & Co) merchant, Hankow (absent).

Moffatt, Thomas, Pilot, Taku.

Mohmed, B., (J. Peerbhoy) clerk, Wellington Street.

Mollo, L. P., tidewaiter, Customs, Foochow.

Moller, N., broker and general agent, Shanghai.

Molyneaux,, blacksmith, Royal Mint, Queen's Road.

Mongan, J., British consul, Tientsin.

Montangneu, P., Catholic missionary, Ningpo.

Monteiro, F. L., constable, Portuguese consulate, Shanghai. Monteiro, F. J. B., (Pharmacia Lisbonnense) assistant, Macao. Montigny, Remi de, merchant, Shanghai.

Montmorant, Viscount, B. de, French consul-general, Shanghai. Moody, G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Mooney, J. K., Black Ball Pilot Co., Shanghai.

Mocr, A. F., Portuguese consul, Bangkok.

Moore, D. L., United States Legation marshal, Nagasaki.

Moore, M. G., (Russell & Co.) agent, Tientsin,

Moore, J., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) merchant, Shanghai, (absent.) Moore, M., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Moore, L., (Phillips, Moore & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Moore, W. C., keeper, customs lihgthouse, Ningpo. Moracha, G., French Legation physician, Peking. Moral, N. Canete, consul-general for Spain, Macao. Morana, M. N., (Framjee Muwanjee) clerk, Gage Street. Morehead, T., Customs tidewaiter, Hankow.

    Morehouse, W. N., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai. Morel, Ed., Consul for Belgium, Shanghai (absent.)

Moreno, B., (Loney & Co.) clerk, Iloilo.

Morf, H. C., merchant, No 157 a, Yokohama.

Morgan, Chas. H., (Morgan, Lambert & Co.) brokers, Aberdeen Street.

Morgan, J., Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo.

Morgan, W. M., (Morgan & Co.) broker, D'Aguilar Street.

Morgan, Thos., (G. Falconer & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's Road.

Morgan, F. A., Customs clerk, Shanghai.

Morgan, J. (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Morphy, G., (Smith & Breen) clerk, Nagasaki.

Morphew, J. S., assistant, receiving ship, Emily Jane.

Morrice, T., (Morrice, Bebncke & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai.

Morris, Rev. D. B., Pastor, Union Chapel.

Morris, John, (R. S. Raphael) clerk, Shanghai.

Morris, J. B., (Bowra & Co.) clerk, Queen's Rood.

Morris, James, foreman, Rolling Mill, Royal Mint, Queen's Road.

    Morris, A., proprietor of "Clarendon Hotel," No 97, Yokohama. Morrison, A., (Gow & Co.) manager, Whampoa.

Morrison, H., architect, Hankow.

Morrison, W. O., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen Street. Morrissey, W., (Hedge & Co.) assistant, Foochow

Morton, A., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Moses, S., (D. Sassoon, Sons, & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Moss, M., broker, Hotel d'Europe.

Moss, E. J., Japan Gazette office, No 84, Yokohama.

Moss, Henry, proprietor, "British Hotel," No 97 a, Yokohama.

Mostyn, R. B., municipal superintendent, Tientsin.

Mattabhoy, M., (A. Ebrahim & Co.) Macao.

    Mouillesaux, A., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai. Moul Geo., (Moul & Co.) merchant, Canton (absent). Moule, Rev. G. F., missionary, Ningpo (absent).

Moule, Rev. A. E., missionary, Ningpo.

Moulls, F., tide waiter, Customs, Chefoo.

Mounicou, M. l'Abbe, French resident, Yokohama.

Mowat, R. A., law secretary, Supreme Court, Shanghai.

Muirhead, D., foundry and shipwright establishment, Shanghai.

Muirhead. Rev. W., missionary, Shanghai.

Muller, F., proprietor, Hamburg Hotel, Ningpo.

Muller, W., (Pickenpack, Theirs & Co.) clerk, Bangkok. Muller, A., (Muller & Claussen) clothiers, Queen's Road.

Muller, Augustus, (Jones, Carnegie and Scott) assistant, Amoy. Muller, H. C., tidewaiter, Customs, Foochow.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Muller, G., (Gutschow & Co.) clerk, No 92, Yokohama. Muncherjee, E., (D. Nowrojee) clerk, Queen's Road. Muncherjee, D., merchant, Macao.

Muncherjee, B., (F. & H. Eduljee) manager, No. 8, Lyndhurst Terrace. Muncherjee, R., merchant, Macao.

Muncherjee, P., (C. Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Munjeebhoy, M., (D. Poonjabhoy) manager, Shanghai. Muñir, J., second judge, Inferior Court, Manila.

Munro, G. A., (Brand, Munro & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Munro. D., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Mur, J. M., (Olyplant & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Murphy, M. W., proprietor, "Honque Hotel," Shangbai. Murphy, G., (Lake & Co.) assistant, Nagasaki. Murray, J. S., examiner, Maritime customs, Ningpo.

Murray, D. G., assistant, Maritime Customs, Ningpo. Murray, J., accountant, British Legation, Peking.

Murray, Henry, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point. Murray, John Ivor, M.D., colonial surgeon, Caine Road,

Murray, C. W., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road (absent). Murray, F., boilermaker. Hongkong.

Murray, J. B., Japan Giazette office, manager, No 84, Yokohama. Murray, Wm., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai. Murray, E. M., (Margesson & Co.) clerk, Foochow Muselius, F., (Bourjan, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Praya. Myburgh, F. G., H.M. consul, Yokohama.

Myburgh, P. A., barrister-at-law, Shanghai.

Myatt, James, (Nicholson & Boyd) Shanghai.

Myers, C.. tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Chefoo.

Mylne, II. A., (Adamson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Nachtagal, G, (T. van de Polder) clerk, No 136 a, Yokohama. Nachtrieb, A., (A. Nachtrieb & Co.) Shanghai.

Naorojee, J., (P. & A. C. Camajes & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Napier, Rev. Frederick P., missionary, Hankow.

Napier, J., (P. & O. Co.) engineer, Queen's Road West.

Narawalla, N. H., (Danver & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Narres, A. A., (B. E. Carneiro) clerk, Macao.

Natha, II. A., merchant, Gage Street.

Nathoo, E., broker, Peel Street.

Nathoo, N., broker, Peel Street.

Naudin, V., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Neale, J., (Shanghai Steam Boat Dock) Shanghai.

Neil, T., (Fergusson & Co.) clerk, Chefoo.

Neilson, C., (J. Smith & Co.) clerk, Chefoo.

Neilson. F., tidewaiter, Maritime customs, Ningpo.

Nelson, H. Harrington, (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

Nelson, Rev. R., missionary, Shanghai.

Nelson, Peter, boarding-house keeper. Queen's Road.

Nelson, M., mate, light ship, Lower Yangtsze.

Neves, L. W., postmaster, Ningpo.

Neuhoff, W., (Textor & Co.) clerk, No 29, Yokohama.

Nevin, Rev. J. C., missionary, Canton.

Newby, R. N., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai,

Newbury, J., tide-waiter, Customs, Shanghai.

Newman, W. H., (British consulate) assistant, Bangkok.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Newton, A., manager, Hongkong and China Gas Company. Newton, F. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) tea-inspector, Canton. Nicaise, H., (Borneo Company, Limited) clerk, Queen's Road. Nichol, R., (Francis & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang. Nicholayson, N., Yokohama Dispensary, No 93 b. Nicholls, B., (Wilson, Nicholls & Co.) shipchandler, Amor, Nicol, G., (Morrice, Behncke & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai. Nicholson, C., (Shaw, Brothers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Nickle, Carr, (Carr, Nickle & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki. Nissen, W., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road (absent.) Nissen, Frederick, (Nissen & Robertson) merhant, Ningpo (absent.) Nissen, Dr., Physician, Shanghai General Hospital.

Nixon, John M., Jr., ship broker, Shanghai.

Noack, C., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Noble, J., (G. Falconer & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's Road.

Noble, G. E., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai.

Noetzli, H., Deputy commissioner. Maritime customs, Shanghai.

Nogueira. F. de, clerk, treasury, Macao,

Nolen, Capt. M. P., commanding P. M. S. S Co.'s Str. Hermann, Yokohama. Nollie, Lion, chancellier, French Consulate, Manila.

Nolting, T., (Telge, Nolting & Co.) merchant. Shanghai.

Norion, A., assistant, Maritime customs, Ningpo.

Noronha, Delfino, Government printer, Oswald's Terrace.

Noronha, H. L., (D. Noronha & Sons) printer, Oswald's Terrace.

Noronha, D. L., (D. Noronha & Sons) printer, Wellington Street.

Noronha, L., (D. Noronha & Sons) clerk, Wellington Street.

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Norris, G. A. F., (Bowra & Co.) Government auctioneer and storekeeper, Queen's Road. North, J., (G. R. Jenkins) apothecary, No 93 b, Yokohamna.

Norton, E., (Morgan, Lambert & Co.) merchant, Aberdeen Street.

Notley, W. H., (Robert S. Walker & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Noyes, Rev. H. V., missionary, Canton.

Nowrojee, D., baker, Queen's Roa ì.

Nunes, G. S., (J. de Souza) compositor, Hollywood Road. Nunes, A. A., (Muiler & Claussen) clerk, Queen's Road. Nunjeebhoy, V., (D. Poonjabhoy) manager, Lyndhurst Terrace. Nusserwanjee, N., (Nowrojee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood Road. Nusserwanjee, B., (Nowrojee & Co.) clerk, Hollywood Road. Nuthoo, C., broker, 22, Peel Street.

Nutt, J., (Little & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Nye, C. D., (Bull, Purdon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Nye, Gideon, Junr., (Nye & Co.) merchant, Canton.

    Oastler, W., (J. B. Wilkie & Co.) boat builder, No 114, Yokohama. O'Brian, C., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Chefoo.

O'Brien, Dr. R. A., Alexandra Terrace.

O'Brien, R., ( folderet & O'Brien) pilot, No 113 a, Yokohama.

O'Donohue, D., turnkey, Victoria Guol.

Oelke, D., (Ladage, Oelke & Co.) tailor, &c., Queen's Roud (absent.)

Oeltze, G., pilot, Foochow.

Oestmann, A., (A. Markwald & Co.) clerk, Bangkok.

Ogilvie, J. (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Ogston, C. J., (Case & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

O'Hara, H., agent, Tudor Ice Company, Ice House Street..

Ohlmer, E., photographer, Amoy.

Ojeda, Don Emilio d', Attaché Spanish Legation, Peking.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Okooloff, E. (Okooloft & Tokmakoff) merchant, Hankow, Olea, M., (A. P. Porter) clerk, Hakodadi,

Olea, F., average stater, Manila.

Olish, N. D., merchant, Amoy.

Oliphant, A. C. (G. Barnet & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Oliveira, F. S., North China Herald, compositor, Shanghai. Oliveira, J. dos S. d', clerk, customis, Macao.

Oliver, W., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Oliver, E. H., surveyor, Municipal Council, Shanghai. Ollerdessen, H., baker, Ningpo.

  Olmsted, W. N., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Praya. Oppert, H., (Oppert & Co ) merchant, Shanghai. Orbeta, Jose Antonio de, Spanish vice-consul, Canton.

Origo, Rev. S., Roman Catholic missionary, Pottinger Street.

Orme, Peter, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Orne, C. W., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Orny, V., storekeeper, No 80, Yokohama.

Ortega, M., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Ortega, J., (Reynolds & Co.) clerk, Sual.

Ortmann, L., (Dircks & Co.) merchant, Swatow.

Ortmans, H. A., (Wachtels, Gross & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Ortuno, D. T., Spanish consul, Hongkong.

Osborne, J., tea inspector, Shanghai.

Osman, A., (H. A. Natha) clerk, Gage Street.

Osmund, C., (registrar general's office) clerk,.

Osorio, Sir D. A., admiral and judge, Marine court, Manila.

Osouf, Rev. P. M., procurour, F. R. C. Mission, Staunton Street. Otadui, F., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila.

O'Toole, P., resident, No 2, Old Bailey Street,

Ott, C., second officer Revenue Cruiser Spy, Canton.

Ottenheim, Fred., (Lassalette & Ottenheim,) merchant, Macao.

Ottin, F., Spanish Legation attache, Peking.

Overbeck, Gustav, Consul General for Austria.

Overbury, A., superintendent, Sailors' Home.

Overweg, C. W., (Overweg & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Overweg, H. A., (Overweg & Co.) merchaut, Shanghai (absent). Owen, J., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Owen, Rev. G. S., missionary, Shanghai.

Owens, J., turnkey, Victoria Gaol,

Oxlad, Miss, teacher, Diocesan Female Training School.

Oxley, C., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama.

Ozen, G., Spanish consul, Macao.

Ozoris, F. N., merchant, Rua de Santo, Customs, Macao.

Pacer, A., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Pacheco, D. C., (B. de S. Fernandes) clerk, Macao.

Padho, H. M., (D. C. Tata) clerk.

Paez, D. E., Harbour Master, Manila.

Page, S. W., (Dobie & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Pak, T., Netherlands Trading Society, Nagasaki.

Palamountain, B., North China Herald, Shanghai.

Palicot, A., superintendent engineer, Messageries Imperiales, Queen's Road.

Pallant, Benjn, proprietor, "Shanghai Horse Bazaar.'

Palm, J. L. E., Customs assistant, Canton.

Palmer, H. N., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent).

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Palmer, S. T., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Palsbroek, D. de Graeff von, Netherlands Vice-consul, Kanagawa. Papps, Wm., (J. Groth) merchant, Ningpo.

Paramore, Miss, (A. Boyer) milliner, Wellington Street.

Pardon, W., (North China Insurance Company) clerk, Shanghai.

Pardun, W., (L. Kniffler & Co.) silk inspector, No 54, Yokohama. Parizot, L., (Spahn & Co.) merchant, Tientsin.

Park, W., (Gilman & Co.) clerk.

Parker, E., resident, Hongkong.

Parker, J. H. P., chief officer, receiving ship Wellington, Shanghai.

Parker, Gifford F., (Bosman & Co.) clerk.

Parker, G. F., medical practitioner, Shanghai.

Parker, F. H., (D. Reid) clerk, Shanghai.

Parker, C. E., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent).

Parker, T., tidewaiter, Canton,

Parkes, Rev. J. S., missionary, Canton.

Parkes, Sir Harry S., K.C.B., British Minister for Japan, Yeddo. Parkin, F. H., British resident, Nagasaki.

Parr, E., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent).

Parry, Hon. F., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road,

Parson, J., (T. Hunt & Co.) bakery, Whanchai.

Parsons, J. Junr., (T. Hunt & Co.) bakery, Wanchai.

Parsons, W. E., tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Partinoff, C., student, Russian Legation, Peking. Pascoal, C. J., (G. Nye & Co.)`assistant, Canton. Pasedag, C. J., (Pasedag & Co.) merchant, Amoy. Pasedag, A. F., (Pasedag & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Pasquale, C., soda water maker, No 79 c, Yokohama.

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Passmore, W. C, (Passmore & Stockwell) proprietor, "Bank Exchange, Billiard

Saloon," Shanghai.

Passunally, F., (A. Tamooljce & Co. clerk, Amoy.

Patell, M. G., (E. Cassumbhoy) clerk, Shanghai.

Paterson, A., (Oriental Bank) acting sub-manager, Shanghai.

Paterson, W., (Peterson & Wilson) stevedore, No 126 a, Yokohama.

Paterson, J., (Tait & Co.) merchant, Takao.

Paterson, W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point.

Patow, W., merchant, No 131, Yokohama.

Patridge, D., master, Berwick Walls, Shanghai.

Paul, R., storekeeper, Shanghai.

Paula, F. da, judicial department, clerk, Macao.

Pauncefote, the Hon. J., Attorney General, Court House (absent).

Pauw, K., (Textor & Co.) merchant, No 29, Yokohama, (absent).

Pavion, M. Ch., French vice-consul, Yeddo.

Payn, Thos. Jr., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai,

Payne, N. W., assistant, British consulate, Swatow.

Payne, J. T., inspector of police.

Peacock, C., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Pearce, J. W., (Fawcett & Co.) shipchandler, Wyndham Street,

Pearce, J. J., (Fawcett & Co.) clerk, Wyndham Street.

Pearce, J., foreman blacksızith, (P. & O. Co.) Queen's Road.

Pearson, Mrs. F. S., milliner, No 108 c, Yokohama.

Pearson, J., (P. & O. Co.) gunner, West Point.

Pearson, J. B., (Russell & Sturgis) merchant, Manila (absent).

Pearson, W., broker, &c., and secretary Shanghai Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai.

Pearey, A. L., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Hankow (absent).

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Pedder, F., (H. D. Brown & Co ) assistant, Amoy. Peel, H., soda water maker, Shanghai.

Peel, J. C., proprietor "Express" Hotel, Ni gasaki. Peers, H., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Foochow. Peet, Rev. L. B., missionary, Foochow.

Pehl, Rev. John, missionary, Nagasaki.

Peirce, G. H., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila, (absent.) Peltzer, J., (Ladage, Oeike & Co.) manager, Shanghai. Pemberton, H. G., (Adamson & Co.) clerk, Foochow. Pemberton, T., (Shaw Bros. & Co.) godown keeper, Shanghai. Penfold, W., superintendent of police, Shanghai. Penrose, J. H., Customs tide-surveyor, Shanghai.

Pepson, N., (F. Blackhead & Co.) book-keeper, Queen's Road. Peralta, M., dean, Manila.

Percival, R. H., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Pereira, E. J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Fochow. Pereira, A. F., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street. Pereira, A. C., lieutenant, Macao battalion, Macno.

   Pereira, J. L. M., (I. F. de Castro & Co.) clerk, Macao. Pereira, G. A, (B. A. Pereita) clerk, Macao. Pereira, A. A., Daily Press office, compositor.

Pereira, B. A., merchant, Macao.

Pereira, J. P., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Pereira, Joseph, (Bowra & Co.) clerk.

Pereira. F. J., (Dent & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Pereira, H., (A. H. de Carvalho) compositor, Shanghai.

Pereira, J. S., (Noronha & Sons) compositor, Wellington Street.

Pereira, B., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Pereira, J. C. de, (A. A. de Mello & Co.) cierk, Macao.

Pereira, A. L., (P. M. S. S. Co.) clerk, Praya.

Pereira, M., merchant, 17, Rua dos Culis. Macao,

Pereira, E., (E. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Pereira, J. L., (Oriental Bank Corporation) clerk, Shanghai.

Pereira, M. L, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank, clerk, Shanghai. Peres, B. A., Junr., (Oriental Bank Corporation) clerk, Yokohama. Perez, M., agent for Manila and Hongkong steamers, Manila, Perregaux, F., merchant, No 1:36, Yokohama,

Pestonjee, B., (M. D. Ghandy & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Pestonjee, D., (P. F. Cama & Co.) nierebant, Shanghai. Pestonjee, R, (D. N. Camajee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Pestshouroff, D., Russian interpreter, Peking.

Petel, L., (Messageries Imperiales) clerk, Queen's Road. Petel, . von Polamen, merchant, Manila. Petel, G. F. von Polamen, merchant, Manila. Peter, N. G., Vice-consul for France, Macao. Peters, H., (Knoop & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Peters, G., (Siemesen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Peters, R., tidewaiter, Maritime custozas, Canton. Petersen, J., inspector of Brothels.

Petersen, Frederick, branch pilot, Bangko".

Petersen, A., (Pickenpack, Theirs & Co.) clerk, Bangko Petersen, E., (Petersen Bros. & Co.) clerk, Swatow. Pettijean, B. E., Roman Catholic bishop, Nagasaki. Pettijean, J., (Bovet Brothers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Peyton P., foreman melter, Royal Mint, Queen's Road.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Petersen, E. B., (Petersen Brothers & Co.) shipchandler, Praya. Peterson, H. A., (Peterson & Co.) merchant and commission agent, Amoy. Pettersen, A., inerchant, Nagusaki.

Peton, Rev. C. R., missionary, Lilong.

Petrocochino, P. E., (Petrocochino & Co) merchant, No 149, Yokohama.

Pettit, E., (Deacon & Co.) tea inspector, and consul for Portugal, Canton. Pfingster, H., (Ladage, Oelke & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Phelps, S. L., (P. M. S. S. Co.) general agent, Yokohama. Phelps, A., (P. M. S. S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Phillimore, John, ward master, Civil Hospital.

   Philipps, R., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road. Phinney, J. H., (P. M. S. S. Co ) agent, Yokohama.

Phipps, A. L., (Rusden, Phipps & Co.) merchant, Foochow. Pichon, M., attache, Franch Legation, Peking.

Pickenpack, P., (Pickenpack, Theirs & Co.) merchant, Bangkok. Pickenpack, V., (Pickenpack, Theirs & Co.) merchant, Bangkok. Pickford, C. R. B., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, Manila. Pidgeon, J., (Surveyor General's Office) overseer of works. Pierce, G. H., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila (absent.) Piercy, Rev. G., inissionary, Canton.

Piersdorff, A. L., pilot, Swatow.

Pignatel, E., (Pignatul & Co.) general storekeeper, Nagasaki.

Pignatel, V., (Pignatel & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Pignatel, C., (Pignatel & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Pike, C. W., Customs examiner, Amoy.

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Pim, T.. (Olyphant & Co.) tea inspector, and actg. Vice-consul for Netherlands, Foochow Pinua, F. F., (D. Noronha & Sons) compositor, Wellington Street.

Pinto, J. F.. chief justice, Macao.

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Piper, Rev. J., church missionary, St. Paul's College.

Piper, H., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) agent and tea inspector, Foochow.

Piquet, E., (Walsh. Hall & Co ) clerk, No 2-10 c, Yokohama.

Pirie, W., Japan Gazette office, No 84, Yokohama.

Pirkis, A. E., assistant auditor, auditor general's office.

Pirkis, Rev. D., consular chaplain, Kinkiang.

Pirkis, A.. assistant superintendent of stores, Queen's Road East. Piry, P., Customs clerk, Shanghai.

Pistorious, P. E., Netherlands Trading Society, No 5 a, Yokohama. Placé, T., (Hall and Holtz) clerk, Shanghai.

Placé, F. L., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) clerk, Queen's Road. Placé, A., bailiff, Supreme Court, Macao.

Plaisted, W. W., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Plati, T., (Platt & Co.) merchant, Tientsin and Newchwang.

Plumber, W. A., proprietor, "Globe Hotel," No 81 i, Yokohama.

Plumer, Frederick, clerk, H.M. dockyard.

Pode, W. Y., (Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China), accountant, Hankow.

Poffen, Joseph, Customs tidewaiter, Amoy.

Poirier, T., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) cashier.

Polano, H., (Netherlands Trading Society) Nagasaki.

Polder, L. van de, merchant, Yokohama.

Polikine, Rev. T., Russian missionary, Peking.

Polkinghorne, E. H., tidewaiter, Hankow..

Pollard, Edward H., Q.C., barrister and notary pablic, d'Aguilar Street.

Polley, E., (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, No 3, Yokohama.

Pollock, W., Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang.

Polsbrook, D. de Graeff van, H.N. M. Minister Plenipotentiary, Yeddo.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Pomeroy, S. W., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Fontes, J. M., merchant, Macao.

Poortenaar, F. W., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, No 164 a, Yokohama.

Pope, J., (Deacon & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Popoff, A., interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking.

Portaria, V., (Portaria & Co.) merchant, Macao.

Porter, C. E., pilot, Foochow.

Porter, F. (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Porter, F. H., Foochow.

Porter, A. P., merchant, Hakodadi.

Porter, G. C. T., H.M. Naval Depot, Shanghai.

Portman, A. L. C., secretary, United States Legation, Yeddo.

Poulsen, M., (John Burd & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Poulsen, W., Bosman & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Powell, C., Customs tidewaiter, Tamsui.

Powles, R. C., physician, Tientsin.

Power, A. B. Le Poer, (Municipal council office) assistant, Shanghai. Powys, E., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Poynter, J., Customs tidewaiter, Canton.

Pradier, M., Commissariat de la Marine Francaise, Shanghai.

Prat, D. P., de, Attache, Spanish consulate (absen).

Prato, E., (Marietti, Prato & Co.) merchants, No 176, Yokohama.

Prestage, Ward, overseer of works, Surveyor General's office.

Preston, G. F., bill broker, Shanghai.

Preston, Rev. C. F., missionary, Canton,

Preston, Rev. J., missionary, Canton, (absent).

Price, A. H., H. M. naval and victualling store-keeper, dockyard.

Price, W. G. (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Price, C. J., tidewaiter, Customs, Amoy.

Price, Alexander E., (Townend & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Price, J. F., merchant, Ningpo.

Price, A., (Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China) clerk, Shanghai.

Pringle, D., engineer (P. & O. Co.) West Point.

Pritchett, John, foreman of coining department, Mint, Queen's Road.

Primrose, J. A., (Primrose & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Primrose, W. M., (Primrose & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Prior, J., Treasurer's office, clerk, Hollywood Road.

Prior, L., (Oriental Bank) aset. accountant, Queen's Road.

Probst, W., (W. Pustau & Co.) merchant, and Vice-consul for Prussia, Shanghai.

Probst, T., (W. Pustau & Co.) merchant, Pottinger Street.

Provand, A., (Alex. Davis) auctioneer, Shanghai.

Pruyn, Robert, C., student interpreter, Yeddo.

Pryer, W. B., (Thorne Brothers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Pugh, Wm., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang.

Punchard, W., Shelley Street.

Purdon, John G., (Bull, Purdon & Co.) merchant.

Pustakia, F. B., (C. Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Pustau, William, (W. Pustan & Co.) merchant (absent).

Quarantemo, Pedro, (Milisch & Co.) Tamsui.

Queleh, C. B., (Drown & Co.) cierk, Swatow. Quero, A., (Cucullu & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Radcliffe, W., Branch pilot, Bangkok, Rae, W., examiner, Maritime Customs, Chefoo.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rae, D., (T. Blakiston,) clerk, Hakodadi.

Rafferty P., Japan Times office, No. 60, Yokohama.

Raimondi, Rev. T., Vice-prefect, Roman Catholic mission, Wellington Street. Rainbow, J. M., (Rainbow, Lewis & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki (absent). Rainbow, B., (Rainbow, Lewis & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Rajabally, A., (Ebrahim & Co.) merchant.

Ramsay, H. F., (Gilman & Co.) merchant (absent).

Rand, J., (Bernard, Eccard & Rand) merchant, Yokohama.

Randall, J., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard.

Rangel, A., clerk, Supreme Court, Macao.

Rangel, A., clerk, Royal Mint.

Rangel, Q. A., clerk, Royal Mint.

Rangon, W., (W. Rangon & Co.) livery stable, No 123, Yokohama.

Ranjee, B. P., (P. F. Cama & Co.) manager, Queen's Road.

Rapheal, R. S., merchant, Shanghai.

Rapp, F., (Blackhead & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Rapp. L. F., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) merchant, Manila. Rasch, C., (Textor & Co.) clerk, 29. Yokohama.

Ravel, C., (Ravel, Blanc & Co.) merchant, No 30, Yokohama. Ravel T., (Ravel, Blanc & Co.) merchant, No 30, Yokohama. Rawling, Samuel B., architect, d'Aguilar Street (absent.) Rawlinson, W. M., Customs assistant, Kiukiang. Ray, J. J., (Ray & Co.) auctioneer, &c., Queen's Road. Ray, E., (Ray & Co.) auctioneer, &c., Queen's Road. Raynal, G., (Raynal & Co.) merchant, Stanley Street. Rayner, R. boarding house keeper, Queen's Road. Real, F. G. Corte, second commander of police, Macao. Rebbeck, G. J., Harbour Master's office, Shanghai. Reddelien, G., (L. Kniffler & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki. Reddelien, A., (Kniffler & Co.) clerk, No 54, Yokohama. Redhead, E. H., sorter, Post office.

Redlich, A., (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant, Bangkok. Reding, J. E. (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Redston, D., pilot, Foochow.

Reed, Chas., (Bowra & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Reed, R., (Forbes & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Reed, R., cargo-boat inspector, Harbour Master's office.

Reeves, G., Customs, tidewaiter, Ningpo.

Reeves, R., constable "Sailors' Home," Shanghai.

Rees, W., merchant, Ningpo.

Rees, C. A., (F. R. Gamwell) clerk, Shanghai.

Reeves, W. M., (E. H. How & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Rehfues, Baron de, Prussian Minister Plenipotentiary, Prussian Legation, Peking. Rehhoff, W. R., (Vale & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Reiger, B. de, (Carst, Lels, & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Reid, David, (Reid & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Reid, F. (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Reilly, F. E., (Keilly & Co.) Commercial Hotel, Foochow.

Reimann, G., Pharmacie De L'Union, Shanghai.

Reimers, E., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk.

Rieners, W., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Graham Street.

Reinhardt, F., (Richter & Reinhardt) storekeeper, No 166 a, Yokohama.

Reis, A., (Schultze, Reis & Co.) merchant, No 153, Yokohama.

Keka, A., (Kirchner, Boger & Co.) clerk, Gough Street.

Relph, Henry, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Remedios, J. J. dos, merchant, Portuguese Consul, Gough Street.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Remedios, A. A. dos, (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Gough Street. Remedios, F. T., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai.

Remedios, S. A. dos, (Reynolds & Co-) clerk, Sual.

Remedios, J. A., (Remedios & Co.) merchant, No. 2. Peel Street. Remedios, E. O., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Remedios, A. F. dos, (D). Lapraik & Co.) clerk.

Remedios, F. J. des, (Borneo Company, Limited) clerk.

Remedios, M. A. dos, merchant, Macao.

Remedios, A. dos, (M. A. dos Remedios,) clerk, Macao.

Remedios, S. C. dos, (M. A. dos Remedios,) clerk, Macao. Remedios, A. F. dos (Lane, Crawford & ( o.) clerk, Shanghai. Remedios, Florentino dos, (E. H. Pollard) clerk, Queen's Road. Remedios, Padre A. A. dos, Macao.

Remedios, G. dos, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk,

    Remedios, J. M., (J. J. dos Remedios) clerk, Gongh Street. Remedios, J. C., (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Peel Street.

Remedios, S. A., clerk, Union Steam Nav, Co., Shanghai.

Remedios, A. G. dos, (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Hongkong.

Remedios, J. H. dos, (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Gough Street.

Reme, W., (W. Reme & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Rendina, Rev. F. X., director, St. Joseph's Seminary, Macao.

Rennell, T. B., manager, Union Dock, Whampoa.

Rennie, Hon. W. H., anditor general (absent).

Renshaw, W. H., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Reordihlin, E., Russian consulate interpreter, Nagasaki.

Rey, A., French consulate, chancellier, Shanghai,

Reyes, M., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Reynell, H., (J. Forster & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Reynolds, E. A., merchant, Shanghai.

Reynvaan, W., (Reynvaan Brothers & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace and Gage St.

Rhein, H. H. G., (F. Schoder) clerk, Shanghai.

Riach, J., (J. Riach & Co.) ship builder, Prava West.

Ribeiro, A. A. V., compositor, Daily Press office.

Ribeiro, A. J., North China Herald office, compositor, Shanghai.

Ribeiro, J. V., (Castro & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Ribeiro, F. V., clerk, income tax office, Macao.

Ribeiro, G. J., colonial secretary, Macao.

Ribeiro, A. F., (Borneo Company) clerk.

Ribeiro, F. C. V., Hotel d'Europe, clerk.

Ribeiro, J. A. V., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama.

Rice, E. W., (J. Thorne & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Rice, E., tidewaiter, Hankow.

Rice, E. E., United States consul, Hakodadi.

Rice, N., United States consulate interpreter, Hakodadi.

Richardson, T. W., (Bradley & Co.) merchant and consul for Netherlands, Swatow. Rechelman, H. W, shipwright, Chefoo.

Richards, J. G., (Oriental Bank) acting agent, Foochow

Richter, J, (Richter & Reinhardt) storekeeper, No 166 a, Yokohama,

Rickerby, Charles, editor, Japan Times office, No 60, Yokohama.

Pickets, J., British Consul, Manila.

Rickett, J., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) clerk, Seymour Terrace.

Record, T., moulder, H.M. Naval Yard.

Riddell, W. S., (Hougkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation) clerk, Queen's Road. Ridge, J. C., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Ringer, F., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Ringer, T. M., merchant, Hankow.

Kio, H. M. det, emigration agent, Macao.

Ripke, E., (E. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Ritchie, Rev. Hugh, Missionary, Takao. Ritchie, J., Customs tidewaiter, Amoy. Rivington, C., resident, Hongkong.

Rizzi, J., catholic missionary, Ningpo.

Roach, W., (Globe Hotel) clerk, No 81 i, Yokohama.

Roach, J., "Army & Navy" Tavern, Queen's Road West. Roberio, R., clerk, (Giles & Co.), Amor.

Robello, S., (Oriental Dispensary) clerk, Queen's Road.

Robertolo, J., "Crown and Anchor" tavern, Queen's Road West. Roberts, W., (Eng Watt Bros.) clerk, Amoy.

Roberts, W. T., resident, Nagasaki.

Roberts, John P., (Shanghai Steamboat Dock) foundery and ship yard.

Kobertson, W., (Nissen & Robertson) merchant, Ningpo.

Robertson, D. E., clerk, Police and Lighting Rate office, Treasury.

Robertson, W., (Bull, Purdon & Co.) clerk, Spring Gardens.

Robertson, W. J., superintendent, Bangkok Dock Co.

Robertson, J., (Oriental Bank) acting manager, No 11, Yokohama.

Robertson, J. B., (Bull, Purdon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Robertson, Wm., (Nicholson & Boyd), Nagasaki.

Robertson, H., pilot, Foochow.

Robertson, D. B., C.B.. British consul, Canton.

Robertson, R., (P. & O.) plumber, West Point.

Robinet, W. M., (Case & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki,

Robinson, Julius, solicitor, Shanghai.

Robinson,, constable, Escort and Legation guard, British Embassy, Peking. Robinson, J., pilot, Ningpo,

Robinson, W. N., steward, Sailors' Home, Shanghai.

Robinson, J., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, No. Sã, Yokohama.

Robison, Richard D., (Wilkin & Robison) merchant, No 3, Yokohama.

Robson, James, (Shanghai Tug & Lighter Co.) assistant, Shanghai.

Rocha, F. da, (F. A. Silva & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Rocha, C. V., colonial treasury, Macao.

Rocha, T. da, clerk, Macao.

Rocha, V. C. da, clerk, income tax office, Macao.

Rocha, J. G. da, sorter, post office.

Rocha, Vicente F., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Rocha, J. G. da, sorter, Post Office.

Rocher, E., Steam-washing Company, Shanghai.

Rocher, L., Steam-washing Company, Shanghai.

Roches, Leon, H. F. M. Minister, Yeddo.

Rodatz, G. C. F., (Freerks, Rodatz & Co.) storekeeper, Praya.

Rodewald J. F., (Overweg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Rogers, Rev. J. H., missionary, Canton.

Rogers, C., constable, United States consulate, Chinkiang.

Rodrigues, J. S., clerk, stamp collector's office.

Rodrigues, A. I., (D. Poonjabhoy) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Rodrigues, H., Portuguese interpreter, police court.

Rodrigues, M., Spanish Vice-consul, Shanghai.

Rodrigues, S., (Rozario & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street.

Rodrigues, M. M. C., (J. de Souza) compositor, Hollywood Road. Rodriguez, S., clerk, Customs, Macao.

Rodriguez, J. da L., (B. de S. Fernandes) clerk, Macao.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rodriguez, E., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Roe, P. M., surgeon, H.M.S. Acorn, Naval hospital, Shanghai. Roetzchke, C. A., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Rogent, D. F.. notary marine court, Manila.

Rogers, C., grocer and liquor dealer, No 168 b, Yokohama.

Rogers, J., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manile.

Rogerson, W. S., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Roggers, G. G., foreign tax collector, Municipal Council, Shanghai. Rogerson, T., (Bowra & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Rogent, G., clerk, Hunt's Wharf, Shanghai.

Rohl, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Rohl, G., clerk, Hunt's Wharf, Shanghai.

Rolls, J., (Blum Brothers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Roman, J., gunuer, receiving ship Water Witch, Shanghai.

Romsch, G., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Roper, H., foreman moulder, (P. & O. Co.) Queen's Road West. Rose, E., inspector of Water Works.

Rose, J. F., (McEwen & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's Road.

Rose, Miss, milliner, Wellington Street.

Rose, J., (P. & C. Co.) boilermaker, West Point.

Kose, S. C.. (Russell & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang.

Rosenthal, W. S., (Blum Brothers & Co.) Hollywood Road. Rosenthal, A. E., (Blum, Brothers & Co.) manager, Shanghai. Rosenthal, A. A., (Blum Brothers & Co.) clerk, Hollywood Road. Roseveare, R., Medical Hall, dispenser, Queen's Road.

Ross, Alex., (Ross, Thompson & Co.) shipwright, Spring Gardens. Ross, J., light house keeper, Shanghai.

Ross, D., (Nicholson and Boyd) Shanghai.

Ross, John. (Ker & Co.) merchant, and consul for Belgium, Manila. Rosselet, S., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, No 157, Yokohama.

Rossich, A., Toll collector, Bridge of Boats, Ningpo.

Rostanges, A. L. R. de, (St. J. H. Edwards) cleik, Amoy.

Rothkugel, A., (Gutschow & Co.) clerk, No 92, Yokohama.

Rothmund, E., (Rothmund, Willmann & Co.) tailor, No 52, Yokohama.

Rothwell, R. R., (McPhail & Co.) clerk, Taku.

Rothwell, T., (Rothwell, Love & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Rowett, R., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road (absent). Roxas, J. B., rope and soap merchant, Manila.

Roxas, P. P., (J. B. Roxas) assistant, Manila.

Roza, L. A.. (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

Roza, A. B. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk.

Roza, B. A., retired colonel, Macao.

Roza, B. N. A., surgeon, police department, Macuc.

Roza, F. H. da, clerk, municipal chamber, Macao.

Roza, J. F da, (Birley & Co.) clerk.

Roza, M. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk.

Roza, M., North-China Herald, compositor, Shanghai.

Roza, M. F. da, clerk, municipal chamber, Macao.

Rozario, J., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Company) clerk, Aberdeen.

Rozario, A. J. da C., (Wm. Bumcombe) clerk.

Rozario, F. P., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk.

Rozario, J. E., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai.

Rozario, D. A. do, (F. A. Silva & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Rozario, A. L. do, (P. M. S. S. Co.) book keeper, Praya.

Rozario, R. do, (J. J. dos Remedios,) clerk, Gough Street.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rozario, F., (B. E. Carneiro & Co..) clerk, Macao. Rozario, J. J. do, compositor, China Mail office.

Rozario, M. C. dɔ, (Rozario & Co.) merchant, Stanley Street. Rozario, M., (B E. Carneiro,) clerk, Macao.

Rozario, C. D., compositor, North China Herald, Shanghai.

Rozario, F., (M. A. dos Remedios,) storekeeper, Macao.

Rozario, R. do, interpreter, Supreme and Summary Jurisdiction Courts. Rubery, Henry, assistant, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Rumsey, C. W., United States Legation, Yeddo.

Rusden, A. W. G., (Rusden Phipps & Co.) merchant, Foochow.

Russell, M., (Nicholson and Boyd), Nagasaki.

Russell, J., private secretary to H. E. the Governor of Hongkong.

Russell, Thos. C., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Russell, Joseph, Oriental Bank, accountant and cashier, No 11, Yokohama.

Russell, W. F., broker, Shanghai.

Russell, J., (Russell & Sturgis) merchant, Manila.

Rusteberg, A., proprietor, Continenta Hotel, Praya.

Rustomjee, C., (C. Pallanjee) clerk, Shanghai.

Rustomjee, P., (C. Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent.)

Rustonjee, F., (D). Norowjee) clerk, Queen's Road.

Rutnager R. C., (B. K. Eranee & Co.) clerk.

Ruttonjee, D., (D. Ruttonjee & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Ryan, M., inspector of police.

Ryder, A. H., (P. & O. Co.) engineer, West Point.

Ryley, C., (Alt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki,

Ryrie, Hon. Phineas, (Turner & Co.) merchai t, Queen's Road.

Sá, L. J., (W"ish & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Sá, F. de, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Sage, H., constable, British consulate, Canton.

Sage, E. J., merchant and commission agent, Club Chambers, d'Aguilar Street.

Saint, C. A., proprietor and editor China Mail, 12, Shelley Street.

Sainz, Rev. F., missionary, R. C. mission, Formosa.

Sajunbhoy, R., (J. Peerbhoy) manager, Shanghai.

Sajimbboy, A., (D. Vassonjee & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street.

Sales, E., interpreter, French consulate, Canton.

Salter, A. E., merchant, Chinkiang.

Salter, G. H. C., United States consul, Hankow,

Salvan, H., catholic missionary, Ningpo.

Saltzkorn, E., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Swatow.

Sampaio, M. de C., Lieut., Macao battalion, Macao.

Sampson, T., agent British West India Emigration, Canton. Sams, W. F. B., secretary, club, Shanghai.

Samways, J., captain, Revenue Cruiser, Ningpo. Sanches, J., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama.

Sanches, I., (Oriental Dispensary) dispenser, Queen's Road. Sanches, F. V., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai. Sanches, J. G.. compositor, North China Herald, Shanghai. Sanches, X., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) clerk, Shanghai. Sander, F., (Sander & Co.) merchant, Staunton Street.

Sander, A., (Schmidt, Spahn & Co.) godown keeper, Nagasaki. Sanders, W., examiner. Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Sandri, T., merchant, Tientsin.

Sands, C. J., United States Vice-consul, Chinkiang.

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Sands, G. U., superintendent, &c., H. K. C. & M. S. B. Co. Limited, Castle Terrace.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Sangster, C. F. A., organist to St. John's Cathedral, and clerk Registrar General's office. Sanger, P. M., (Dauver & Co) clerk, Amoy.

Santiago, T., (Hedge & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Santos, J. M. dos, compositor, Daily Press office.

Santos, Rev. L., teacher of Chinese, St. Joseph's College, Macao.

Santos, A. F. dos., compositor Daily Press office.

Santos, E. dos, (H. D. Brown & Co.) clerk, Amov.

Santos, A. dos, (Bull, Pardon & Co.) clerk, Spring Gardens. Sapoorjee, E., Colonial Treasury, clerk.

Saporjee, Aderjee, broker, Hollywood Road,

Saridgio, S., (Milisch & Co.) watchman, Tamsui.

Sassoon, Arthur, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Praya.

Sassoon, S. D., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Praya. Sassoon, J. E., (E. D. Sassoonu & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Satow, E. M., Japanese intrepreter, British legation. Saul, J. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Saul, M. M., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya. Sauermann, F. C., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk.

Saunders, G., clerk, St. John's Cathedral, and chief usher, police court. Saunders, W., photographer, Shanghai.

Saunders, F. H., (Alt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Saunders, J. C., marine surveyor, Foochów.

Saunders, S., chief constable, consular gaol, Shanghai.

Saunderson, J., tide-surveyor, Customs, Kiukiang.

Saunderson, J., tide-surveyor, Maritime Customs, Chefoo.

Saurin, Dulley E., British Legation, second secretary, Peking.

Sayle, D., (Sayle & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Scannell, D., U. S. consulate, stapping master, Shanghai. Scannell, D. E., "Honque" Hotel, Shanghai, Scarborough, Rev. W., nissionary, Hankow Scarnichia, J. E., Harbour master, Micao. Sayn, H., (Sayn & Co.) importer, Shanghai, Sayn, J., (Sayn & Co.) importer, Shanghai. Schaar, G., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Swatow. Schaumloffel, H., Customs tidewaiter, Amoy.

Scheidt, F., (Schutze, Reis & Co.) clerk, No 153, Yokohama.

Scheibler, R., (Scheibler, Matthie & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Schellhass, E, (Schellhass & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road (absent.)

Schellhass, F., (Schellbass & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Schepel, J. A., interpreter, United States consulate, Yokohama Schereschewsky, Rev. S. J. J., missionary, Peking.

Schiff, H., (Adrian & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Schinne, O., (R. Lindau & Co.) clerk, No 2-10 c, Yokohama.

Schuter, P. H. T., compradore, Hakodadi.

Schlesicke, C., (Deetjen & Von Bergen) clerk, Queen's Road.

Schmeidler, O., (William Duto & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Schmid, Rev. H. E., M.D., American resident, Nagasaki.

Schmid, C. M., acting Dutch interpreter and assistant, British consulate, Nagasaki. Schmid, G., (Jeany & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Schmid, K. E., clerk, British consulate, Nagasaki.

Schmidt, C., pilot, Foochow.

Schmidt, W., (Schmidt & Co.) gunsmith, Queen's Road

Schmidt, Adolph, (Schmidt, Spahn & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki-

Schmidt, C. H., (Blackhead & Co ) clerk, Queen's Road"

Schmidt, W., (Gundry & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Schmidt, J. M., (F. Schroder) clerk, Shanghai.

Schmidt, D. O., (Grosser & Co.) elerk, No 93, Yokohuma. Schnell, E., merchant, No 44, Yokohama.

Schnell, J. H., interpreter, Prussian legation, Yeddo.

Schnepel, C., (W. Reme & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Schonfield, F., (Overweg & Co.) clerk, Foochow. Schroder, E., (R. Paul) clerk, Shanghai.

Schroder, Fred., ship compradore, Shanghai.

Schrooes, A., (Textor & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Schuffenhauer, O., (Comtoir d'Escompte de Paris) clerk, Shanghai. Schultze, A., (Schultze, Reis & Co.) merchant, No 153, Yokohama. Schut, J., (Schut & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

Schutze, F. S. (Margesson & Co.) merchant, Macao.

Schwabe, R., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent). Schwemann, G. W., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant.

Scorgie, H., (Morrice & Behncke,) shipwright, Shanghai.

Scoti, S. (Petrocochino & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Scott, W. H., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai.

Scott, Albert, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Scott, J., (T. Blakiston) clerk, Hakodadi.

Scott, John, (Henderson & West) No 113, Yokohama.

Scott, C. M., M.D., (Jones, Carnegie & Scott) medical practitioner, Swatow.

Scott, G. O., (Oriental Bank) accountant and cashier, Queen's Road.

Seabra, F. A., (Heard & Co.) clerk, Gough Street.

Seaman, J. F., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Seimund, C. H. E., (Broadbear, Anthony & Co.) ship chandler, Praya.

Semisch, O., (Textor & Co.) clerk, No 29, Yokohama,

Senna, F. (J de Souza) compositor, Hollywood Road.

Senna, M., (Union Dock Co.) clerk, Whampoa.

Senna, F. P., (Margesson & Co.) clerk, Macao. Servantes, W. F. G., D.A.C.G., Commissariat. Sequira, A., (M. Pereira,) clerk, Macao.

Setna, M. P., (P. Setna) broker, Peel Street. Setna, A P., (P. Setna) broker, Peel Street.

Setna, H. P., (Pestonjee Setna) broker, Peel Street.

Seven, H., captain, light ship, Langshan Crossing, Shanghai.

Severa, B., Japan Times, manager, No 60, Yokohama. Severans, F., Secretary's office, French Council, Shanghai. Seward, George F., United States consul general, Shanghai. Sewell, A. de Q., proprieter "Angels Inn," Shanghai. Shackelford, G. A., pilot, Customs, Foochow.

Shaik Dawood (Shaik Ahmed,) merchant.

Shambler, G., H. M. dockyard, accountant,

Shand, A. A., accountant, Chartered Mercantile Bank, Yokohama.

Shannigan, H., proprietor, "Germania," Hotel, Nagasaki.

Sharp, J., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Sharp, R. F., (George Barnet & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Sharp, W. F., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Sharp, Ed., attorney and solicitor, Bank Buildings, Robertson Road-

Sharp, S., tidewaiter, Whampoa.

Sharpe, A., Customs examiner, Ningpo.

Shaw, R., (H. D. Brown & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Shaw, R., (Nicholson & Boyd), Nagasaki.

Shaw, R., (Robt. Shaw & Co.) merchant, Takao.

Shaw, W. J., (Jamieson & Barton) clerk, Gough Street.

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Shay, G., pilot, Foochow.

Shead, G., inspector of police.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Shoe, M. A., Customs clerk, Tientsin.

Sheppard, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Sheveloff, M., (Okooloff & Tokmakoff) assistant, Hankow. Sheard, Henry, die engraver, Royal Mint, No. 1, Morrison Hill. Sherkoonoff, P. (Okooloff & Tokmakoff) clerk, Hankow.

Sholl, Miss, milliner, Shanghai.

Sholl, Miss, E., (Miss Sholl) assistant, Shanghai.

Short, W. H., (Hall & Holtz) clerk, Shanghai.

Short, S., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) manager, Yokohama.

Shrubsole, E. S., Shanghai Recorder, Shanghai.

Shurrutially, S. (Ameeroodin Jafferbhoy & Co.) clerk, Stanley Street. Siber, H., (Siber & Brennwald) mereliant, No 90, Yokohama.

Sibille, V., (A. Nachtrieb & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Sidford, H. A., Customs clerk, Chinkiang.

Siebke, H. (C. J. Mestern) clerk, Canton,

Siebol, Alexander von, British Legation interpreter, Yeddo, (absent). Siebs, N. A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Siegfried, C. W., (W. Pustan & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Siegfried, W., (W. Pustan & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Sietas, K., storekeeper, Chefoo (absent).

Sigrist, A., storekeeper, 31 a, Yokohama.

Sillem, H., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) clerk, Shanghai.

Silva, M. A. da, (P. N. da Silva) clerk, Macno.

Silva, P. da, (A. H. de Carvalho) compositor, Shanghai.

Silva, F. R. da, (Denis Freres) clerk.

Silva, J. J. da, (J. B. Goularte) clerk, Macao.

Silva, E. E. da, (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Silva, A. A. E. da, Local Post Office, Ningpo Branch, manager

Silva, F. A. Ferreira da, Macao battalion, Macao.

Silva, C. G. da, captain, Macao.

Silva, J. da, (J. M. Pontes) clerk, Macao.

Silva, J. C. da, Macao.

Silva, P. N. da, merchant, Macao.

Silva, A. da, (Wm. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Pottinger Street.

Silva, D. A., (T. R. Wheelock) clerk, Shanghai.

Silva, L. J. da, (Club Lusitano) secretary and treasurer.

Silva, L. J. da, Junr. (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama.

Silva, Joaquim P., (J. P. da Silva & Co.) merchant, Praya Manduco, Macao.

Silva, S. da, (J. P. da Silva & Co.) clerk, Macao.

Silva, L. da, (B. S. Fernandez) clerk, Macao.

Silva, C, J. da, Mercantile Bank, clerk.

Silva, U. C., apothecary, Seamen's hospital, Hongkong,

Silva, J. M., steward, Seamen's hospital, Hongkong

Silva, Q. da, merchant, Macao.

Silva, A. A. da, chief clerk, tax office, Macao.

Silva, J. da, post-master, Macao.

Silva, F. A. F. da, lieutenant, police department, Macao.

Silva, J. da, commission agent, storekeeper, and auctioneer, Macao.

Silva, C. J. da, Portuguese consulate, chancelier, Nagasaki.

Silva, J. da, editor, O Boletin do Governo, Macao.

Silva, E. M., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Praya, No. 5. Silva, Francisco A da, (F. A. Silva & Co.) merchant, Macao. Silva, J. M. A., anditor's office, clerk, Old Bailey Street.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Silva, M. A. da, (Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

Silva, L. C. da, (Rob. S. Walker & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

   Silva, G. A. da, (North China Insurance Company) clerk, Shanghai. Silva, Hymocrates de, (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Hollywood Road. Silveira, F. A. P. do, chief clerk, Supreme Court, Macao.

Simon, A., (Gutschow & Co.) clerk, No 92, Yokohama.

Simmonds, H., (Hongkong Gas Company) retort setter, West Point. Simmonds, J., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk.

Simoens, B. P., (D. Maclean & Co.) clerk, Bangkok.

Simoens, B., procurador's department, clerk, Macao.

Simoens, L., clerk, Macao.

Simoens, M. P., clerk of council, Macao.

Simons, F., proprietor, "Commercial Billiard Rooms," Stanley Street.

Simonis, H., (Win. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Simpson James, pilot, (Shanghai Mercantile Pilot Company.)

Simpson, Geo., merchant, Shanghai.

Simpson, John, postmaster, Yokohama.

Simpson, J., (D. Muirhead) shipwright, Shanghai.

Simpson, C. L., clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai.

Sinclair, F., (P. & O. Co.) engineer, West Point. Sinclair, Chas. A., British consul, Foochow Sinnett Alfred Percy, editor, Daily Press. Sinnott, P. W., Customs tide waiter, Shanghai. Siqueira, E., compositor, China Mail office. Siqueira, N., compositor, China Mail office.

Siqueira, P. A., Piano-forte tuner and repairer, 4, Joses' Lane.

Siva, Rev. L., teacher of Chinese, St. Joseph's Seminary, Macao.

Skeels, H. J., (Hall & Holtz) clerk, Shanghai.

Skeggs, C. J., (Skeggs & Co.) silk-inspector, Shanghai-

Skey, J. C., captain superintendent, Foochow Dock Yard, Foochow. Slagbek, E. W., (Kroes & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Steck, F., apothecary, Manila.

Sloan, J., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Sloman, M. J., (Aurbach & Co.,) Ningpo.

Smale, Hon. John, chief justice, Castle Road.

Smale, W., clerk to the chief justice, Court House.

Small, R. G., assistant tide-surveyor, customs, Kiukiang.

Smart, Geo. F., merchant, Shanghai.

Smedley, J., (Storey, Son & Smedley) architects, Wyndham Street.

Smith, W., (W. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Smith, A., (Falconer & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's Road.

Smith, D. W., Shanghai Recorder Office, Shanghai.

Smith, A., pilot, (Mercantile pilot Company,) Shanghai.

Smith, Henry, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Queen's Road.

Smith, E. R., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

Smith T., assistant, (P. & O. Co.) Queen's Road.

Smith, H., (Elles & Co.) merchant, Amoy.

Smith, E. M., merchant, Shanghai (absent).

Smith, J. C., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Smith, H., tidewaiter, Foochow.

Smith, A., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road (absent.)

Smith, Peter, boarding-house keeper, Queen's Road West.

Smith, F. Porter, medical missionary, Hankow.

Smith, Jas., (Loney & Co.) clerk, Iloilo.

Smith, J. W., (Glover & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Smith, J. D., Customs tidewaiter, Amoy.

Smith, D. McS., general store-keeper, Nagasaki.

    Smith, J., "Army & Navy Retreat," No 81 g, Yokohama. Smith, J., assistant, British Consulate, Manila.

    Smith, T., (De Coningh & Co.) clerk, No 76, Yokohama. Smith, W. H., secretary, Yokohama United Club.

Smith, E. U., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Smith, Herbert, merchant, Shanghai.

Smith, James, clerk, Customs, Shanghai.

Smith, John, (MacEwen & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's Road.

Smith, Alex. F., (McEwen & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's Road.

Smith, C. C., acting colonial secretary and registrar general, Court House. Smith, J., compradore, Chefoo.

Smith, Thomas, (Birley & Co.) merchant, Foochow.

Smith, Rev. G., missionary, Swatow.

Smith, E. C., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Smith, C. T., (Smith, Archer & Co.) merchant, Praya East (absent).

Smith, J. B., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Smith, Thomas, (George Smith & Co.) wine merchant, Shanghai.

Smith, George, (George Smith & Co.) wine merchant, Shanghai.

Smith, J., engineer, revenue cruizer, Fee-loong

Smith, Rev. S. J., missionary, Bangkok.

Smith, John, branch pilot, Bangkok.

Smith, H., storeman H. M., Naval Yard.

Smith, H., pilot, Ningpo.

Smith, J., pilot, Ningpo.

Smith, R. B., (Smith, Archer & Co.), merchant, Yokohama (absent).

Smith, R. A., pilot, Foochow.

Smith, G. M., (Coare, Lind & Co.) tea inspector,"Canton.

Smith, C., (Whifield & Dowson) clerk, No 96 a, Yokohama.

Smith, M. I, tide surveyor, Shanghai.

Smith, E. S., (Smith and Breen) assistant, Nagasaki.

Smith, F. F., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road. Smith, John, overseer, surveyor general's department.

Snelling, G., "London Inn," Queen's Road West (absent). Snowden, J., Black Ball Pilot Co., Shanghai.

Soares, F. P., (Oriental Dispensary) manager, Queen's Road. Soares, D., (J. M. de Fonceca) clerk, Macao.

Soares, M. L., (P. & O. Co.) factory clerk, Queen's Road West. Solidade, J. de, chaplain, Macao

Soloman, E. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Solomon, E. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Solomon, R., general broker, 3, Arbuthnot Street.

Somerville, James, (Chartered Bank) accountant, Shanghai.

Somes, M. F., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Somjee, J. M. (S. Vishram,) clerk.

Sommer, B., bairdresser, No 31, Yokohama.

Souballat, S., assistant, Pharmacie Francaise, Shanghai.

Souf, Rev. P. M. de, French Mission, Staunton Street.

Soutar, Andrew J., (Bower, Hanbury & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Souza, E. F., clerk, Spanish consulate, Hongkong.

Souza, A., assistant book-keeper, China Mail office.

Souza, W. R. de, (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila.

    Souza, J. J. da Silva, Echo do Pono editor, Hollywood Road. Souza, B. de, (Borneo Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

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Souza, Job J. da Silva, (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Hollywood Road. Souza, J. N. de, (Pharmacia Lisbonense) Praya Grande, Macao.

Souza, J. A., quarter-master, Macao.

Souza, D. A. de, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Canton.

Souza, S. de, (A. M. Carvalho) compositor, Shanghai.

Souza, Camillo L. de, merchant, 59, Praya Grande, Macao. Souza, D. M. de, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Souza, Antonio de, (De Souza & Co.) manager, Hollywood Road. Souza, M. de, (D. Lapraik & Co.) clerk, d'Aguilar Street. Sonza, A. B. de, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Spahn, Wm., merchant, Tientsin.

Spahn, H., (Schmidt, Spahn & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki. Spanier, J., (Labhart & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Speechly, S., (McDougall & Co.) engineer, Spring Gardens. Spencer, W., assistant, British consulate, Manila.

Spenttake, A., proprietor "Old House at Home," Queen's Road. Spooner, F. C., (J. D. Carroll) clerk, No 38 a, Yokokama. Spratt, W. B., (Union Dock Co.) superintendent, Kowloon. Spring, C. A., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road. Sprowell, A., (P. & O. Co.) plumber, West Point.

Stackpole, John C., tidewaiter, Martime Customs, Chefoo.

Stackpole, J., tidewaiter, Customs, Taku.

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Stafford, T. M., chief officer, receiving ship, Emily Jane, Shanghai.

Stael, L., (Hesse & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

Stahel, Julius, United States consul, Yokohama.

Stamman, O., merchant, Tientsin.

Stanley, Rev. C. A., missionary, Tientsin.

Stanley, A. H., Chinkiang.

Starkey, R. D., assistant, North China Insurance Company, d'Aguilar Street.

St. Aulaire, L. de, student interpreter, Dutch consulate, Desima.

St. Croix, C. W. de, clerk, Maritime customs, Shanghai.

Steffens, Y., master shipwright, Amoy Dock Company.

Steiger, Theo., (Labhardt & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Stein, A., (Schmidt, Spahn & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Steinmetz, A., (Texter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Stent,, constable, escort and legation guard. British Embassy, Peking.

Stents, H., (Stentz, Harvey & Co.) butcher, &c., No 115 b, Yokohama. Stevens, T. B., (Loney & Čo.) clerk, Iloilo.

Stephenson, W. E., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Sterry, J. W., (Sayle & Co.) Queen's Roaa.

Stevens, W. J., (J. Mackenzie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Stevens, E. W., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Stevenson, J. S., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Stewart, Fred, inspector of schools, and head master of Central School, Gough Street.

Stewart, Henry K., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Stewart, W. J. E., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai.

Stewart, Mrs., (W. Watson,) milliner, Shanghai.

Stewart, A., Lloyds' surveyor, Nagasaki.

Stewart, A., (W. Watson) assistant, Shanghai. Stibolt, N., (Nicholson & Boyd), Shanghai. Stiles, Geo. W. (Dent & Co.) agent, Foochow. Stiller, Ernst, (Pasedag & Co.) clerk, Amoy. Stimpson, C., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

Stittfried, R. (Textor & Co.) Desima.

St. John, F. R., first attache, British Legation, Peking.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Stobze, C., branch pilot, Bangkok.

Stockwell, F. L., (Passmore and Stockwell) proprietor "Bank Exchange," and "Bil-

lard Saloon," Shanghai.

Stoddard, L. H., (Union Steam Nav. Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Stokes, F. (A. Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Stollery, T., gunner, (P. & O. Co.) Queen's Road West.

Stone, F., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Stone, F., (J. P. Hyver) clerk, Nagasaki.

   Storey, C. H., (Storey, Son & Smedley) architect, Wyndham Street (absent) Storey, Chas., (Storey, Son and Smedley) architect and surveyor, Wyndham Street. Storie, J. G., (H. Lang) clerk, Shanghai.

Storie, J., (Primrose & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Strachan, W. M., (Strachan & Thomas) merchant, No 63, Yokohama.

Stripling, A., inspector of police, Hongque, Shanghai.

Strom, P., butcher, &c., 136 a, Yokohama.

Stronach, W. G., inspector, British consulate, Shanghai.

Stroof,-, (H. Lincker & Co.) clerk, Swatow.

Stuart, A., in command customs steamer "Elfia," Kiukiang.

Stuart, A., tidewaiter, Customs, Chinkiang.

Studd, J., (Rawling, Medlen & Co.) architect, Club Chambers. Sturgis, G. (W. Watson) clerk, Shanghai.

Subadar, S. D., merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Subadar, N. S., (Subadar & Co.) merchant, Macao.

Sudgem, E. M., (Platt & Co.) clerk, Newchwang,

Suiel, R. B., (Lammert, Atkinson & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Sullivan, John, (Gow & Co.) clerk, Whampoa.

Sutton, C., keeper, Nagasaki Club, Nagasaki.

Sumson, H. P., (Alt & Co ) merchant, Nagasaki.

Surdareka, A., (S. Visram) clerk, Macao.

Sutherland, H., (John Foster & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Sutherland, W. J., clerk, Union Steam Nav, Co., Shanghai.

Swanborg, W., hotelkeeper, Ningpo.

Swainson, G., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Canton.

Swinhoe, Robert, British Consul, Amoy.

Symonds, H., (Hall & Holtz) clerk, Shanghai.

Taintor, E. C., assistant, Maritime Customs, Canton. Tait, James, (Tait & Co.) merchant, Amoy. Tak, W. M. van der, H. N. M. Consul, Kanagawa. Talbot, F. R. (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Canton. Talmage, Rev. J. V. N., missionary, Amoy (absent) Talty, M., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Canton. Tamooljee, A., (A. Tamooljee & Co.) merchant, Amoy. Tanfield, Miss, (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road. Tanune, H., Netherlands Trading Society, Desima. Tapp, W. H., British consulate clerk, Shanghai.

Tarrant, W., proprietor and editor, Friend of China, Shanghai.

Tata, D. C., merchant, Hollywood Road.

Tate, J. Priestly, (Blain, Tait & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Tatham, C. G., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Tavares, P., compositor, North China Herald, Shanghai.

Tavares, J. T., (De Silver & Co.) clerk, Queen's Boad.

   Tavares, L. A., (Dent & Co.) clerk and chancelier Portuguese consulate, Shanghai. Taylor, J. B., (Smith, Archer & Co.) merchant, Praya East.

Taylor, J., (Shaw Bros. & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Taylor, J. T., Black Ball Pilot Company, Shanghai.

   Taylor, J. A., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) assistant accountant, Shanghai. Taylor, W. H., (Aspinal, Cornes & Co.) clerk, No. 34, Yokohama.

Taylor, J., (Nicholson & Boyd, Nagasaki.

Taylor, W. H., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Takao.

Telge, B., (Telge, Nolting & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent.) Telles, M., (J. da Silva) auctioneer, Macuo.

Telles, J. C. da Silva, surgeon, Macao.

Telles, J. S. da Silva, (pharmacia macaense) Praya Grande, Macao. Telles, A., (pharmacia macaense) clerk, Macao.

Tennant, H. P., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow. Theotoky, H., (Petrocochino & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Terry, E. R., teacher of music, Shanghai.

   Terry, T., teacher, St. Saviour's College, Pottinger Street. Terry, J. W., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Tettenborn, A., Consul General for Prussia, Shanghai. Thevenin, C. L., (A. Royer) clerk, d'Aguilar Street.

   Teveira, V., teacher, St. Saviour's College, Pottinger Street. Textor, C. J., (Textor & Co.) merchant, No. 29, Yokohama. Theric, A. A., (Theric & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Thin, Geo., M.D., physician, Shanghai.

Thomas, Thos. (Thomas & Mercer) tea inspector, Canton.

Thomas, Rev. J., missionary, Union Chapel, Shanghai.

Thonias, J. G., Customs tidewaiter, Foochow.

Thomas, Thomas, (Strachan & Thomas) merchant, No. 63, Yokohama.

Thomas, L. P., (A. Heard & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Thompson, Rev. D., missionary, Yokohama."

Thompson, G. H., constable, British consulate, Hakodadi.

Thompson, G., proprietor, "British Queen" tavern, No. 182, Queen's Road

Thompson, F. H., (Macpherson & Marshall) clerk, No. 58, Yokohama.

Thompson, Rev. E. H., missionary, Shanghai.

Thompson, G. H., carpenter, Hakodadi.

Thompson, J., (G. Falconer & Co.) watchmaker, &c., Queen's Road.

Thompson, W. A., (W. Rangan & Co.) livery stables, No 123, Yokohama.

Thomsett, H. G., Harbour Master, Praya West.

Thomson, G. P., British consul assistant, Kiukiang.

Thomson, Gavin, (Gibb, Livingston & On.) clerk, Aberdeen Street.

Thomson, J. W. D., clerk, H.M. Naval yard.

Thorburn, J. D., (Maclean, Thorburn & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Thurburn, J., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

   Thorel, Chas., (Thorel, Ziegler & Co.) merchant, No 159, Yokohama.. Thorne, J. (J. Thorne & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Thornton, J., first clerk, Harbour Master's office.

Tidd, G. E., (Bowra & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road.

Tilby, A. R., (Tilby & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Tilley, S., gunner R. A., Naval Depot, Shanghai.

Tillinghast, T. D., (De Silver & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's Road.

Tilson, D. H., merchant, Nagasaki.

Tombrink, F. P., Netherlands Trading Society, Nagasaki.

Timen, J., (Union Dock Co.) accountant, Whampoa.

Tinaway, J. A., merchant. Canton.

Tobin, E., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Tobler, T. C. (Peters & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Tobler, J. (Bovet Brothers & Co.) Shanghai.

Tobler, G., (Henkel, Tobler & Co.) merchant, Majayjay.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Todd, J. M., Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang.

Todd, James, (Wilson & Todd) merchant, Shanghai.

Todd, G. M., Harbour Master's office, clerk, Shanghai.

Tokmakoff, J., (Okooloff & Tokmakoff) merchant, Hankow.

Toledo, D. Alvarez do, Spanish Legation, Peking.

Toller, W. W., (Edmund Sharp) solicitor and clerk, Bank Buildings. Tomlin, Geo. L., Surveyor general's department. Tonnochy, M. S., acting assistant Harbour Master.

Tonso, J., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Yokohama. Tookey, C., examiner, Maritime Customs, Ningpo.

Tookey, C., assayer, Hongkong Mint, No. 4, Morrison Hill. Toole, P., Japan Herald office, No 60, Yokohama.

Tootal, J. B., North China Herald, Shanghai.

Torckler, F., (Shanghai Wharf Co.) superintendent, Shanghai. Tornoe, H., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

   Torres, Joseph, constable, British consulate, Ningpo. Torrey, J. W., (Parker & Co.) ship-broker.

Toulouse, A., (Remi de Montigny) clerk, Shanghai.

Towell, M. E., clerk, Customs, Shanghai.

   Townend, Ed., (Townend & Co.) merchant, Hankow. Townend, M. S., (Townend & Co ) clerk, Hankow.

   Townley, F., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, No 85, Yokohama. Townsend, J., commander, Fort William, harbour. Trautmann, K., (E., Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Trebing, W., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Tientsin. Trenqualye, Baron de, French consul, Canton.

Tring, G. de., student interpreter, Maritime Customs, Peking. Tripp, H. J., (P. & O. Co.) assistant, Yokohama.

   Trivino, E. G., regent superior court of appeal, Manila. Trolho, A. P., Macao Battalion, lieutenant, Macao. Trone, H., (Meynard & Co.) clerk, Hakodadi.

Trop, O. von, (L. Kniffler & Co.) clerk, No 54, Yokohama. Trotzic, H., (Glover & Co-) clerk, Nagasaki.

Troup, J. Junr., assistant H. B. M's. Legation, Yeddo. Truelson, J., (Coit, Truelson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo.

Tsievelkoff, M., secretary, Russian consulate, Hakodadi.

Tuason, V., (Tuason & Co.) auctioneer, Manila.

Tuason, A., (Tuasor & Co.) auctioneer, Manila.

Tuason, J., (Tuason & Co.) auctioneer, Manila.

Tucker, W. K., (Shanghai Steam Navigation Co.'s Godowns) storekeeper.

Tucker, R. D., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant and acting Danish consul, Manila.

Turnbull, W. A., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Turner, Rev. F. S., B.A., missionary, Hongkong.

Turner, A. L., (Commercial Bank Corporation) clerk, Queen's Road.

Turner, Rev. S. W., British consular chaplain, Amoy.

Turner, J. R., (Jarvie, Thorburn & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Turner, H., constable, Prussian consulate, Shanghai.

Twerson, C., (Bobstedt & Co.) clerk, Ningpo.

Twerson, H., (Schmidt, Spahr & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki. Twigg, P. O. B., undertaker, Shanghai.

Twombly, J. F., (Fogg & Co.) shipchandler, Shanghai. Twombly, H. M., (Fogg & Co.) shipchandler, Shanghai. Tyree, F., merchant, Ningpo.

Ullman, A., draper, &c., Queen's Road.

Ulrup, A., pilot, Tuku.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Umland, J. W., proprietor, "Germania" hotel, Nagasaki. Uniacke, R., deputy commissary general, Hongkong. Unbehagen, H., (E. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Praya. Underwood, P. H., (Underwood & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Underwood, T., Portuguese consulate, Hakodadi. Urquhart, W. R., (P. &. O. Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Urquhart, J., (G. Falconer & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's Road. Urquhart, A., (Kemptner & Co.) clerk, No. 73, Yokohama. Urquhart, R., bill broker, No 173 a, Yokohama.

Vachell, H., (Adamson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Vail, J. H., (Hunt's Wharf) superintendant, Shanghai. Vale, H., (Rehhoff, Vale & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent.) Valeiro, C., proprietor, "Rising Sun," Queen's Road West. Valentine, Rev. J. D., missionary, Ningpo.

Valentine, B., (Hall & Holtz) clerk, Shanghai.

Valentini, J., R. C. missionary, Wellington Street.

Valmalle, C., merchant, No 100, Yokohama.

Vandenberg, F. A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point. Vandenberg, A. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Vandervoo, J. A., secretaire and chancellier, French Consulate, Yokohama. Vanzamera, J., general store-keeper, Nagasaki.

Van Valkenburgh, Gen. R. B., U. S. minister, Japan.

Vasconcellos, P. A. M., D.D., Nova Escola Macaénse, Macao. Vasmer, D., (Jansen, Vasmer & Co.) merchant, Chefoo. Vasson, P., (Vasson & Siches) merchant, Macao.

   Vasseur, F., (Messageries Imperiales) inspector, Yokohama. Vaucher, A. E., (Vancher & Co ) merchant, Duddell Street. Vaudagne, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Hankow. Vaughan, J., pilot, Black Ball Pilot Co., Shanghai. Vaughan, J., pilot, Ningpo.

Vedder, Dr. Alex. M., physician, No 108, Yokohama.

Veillard, J.," Army & Navy Retreat, No 81 g, Yokohama.

Verbeck, Rev. G. F., American resident, Nagasaki.

Vernede, Aug., (De Coningh & Co.) merchant, No 76, Yokohama. Versoza, V., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Versoza, J., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila.

Veuve, M., secretary and interpreter, French legation, Yeddo.

Vezmunos, S. de, judge substitute, superior court of appeal, Manila.

Viana, M. R., captain, Macao battalion, Macao.

Viana, G., (J. Loureiro) clerk, Nagasaki.

Viana, J. G., (Castro & Co.) merchant, Macao.

Vichmeyer,, (Kniffler & Co.) clerk, Hakodadi.

Vickers, J. M., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen Street.

Vidal, G. O., British Legation, student interpreter, Peking.

Vieira, A. J., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya.

Vieira, Z. A., judicial department clerk, Macao.

Vieira, J. J., procurador's department interpreter, Macao.

Vierow, H., Customs tidewaiter, Foochow.

Vietheer, H., proprietor "National Tavern," Queen's Road.

Vigano, B., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington Street.

Viguier, S. A., acting harbour-master, Shanghai.

Vlangali, A., Russian Minister Plenipotentiary, Russian Legation, Peking. Villion, Rev. A., vice procureuer, French Catholic mission, Wellington Street.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Vincent, C., marine surveyor, (Vincent & Cairus) D'Aguilar Street. Vincent, E., commission agent, Swatow.

Vincent, James, H.M. Naval Yard, boiler-maker.

Vincent, W. J., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Vincenot, F., (P. & P. Derode Freres) clerk, 17, Gage Street.

Vincienine, E., Japan Commis de chancellier, French consulate, Shanghai.

Vines, D. B., " Oriental Hotel" manager, Macao.

Vinton, William, (P. & O. Co.) clerk, Hollywood Road.

Virgili, Rev. P. Jose, professor of moral theology, St. Joseph's Seminary, Macao. Virgo, C., (J. Macgregor & Co.) assistant, Hankow.

Vogel, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road,

Vogeler. L. J., Customs examiner, Shanghai.

Volenteri, Rev. S., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington Street.

Volkmann, C. L., boarding house keeper, Hollywood Road,

Vrosman, Rev. D., missionary, Canton (absent.)

Vuason. E., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Vully, V., (R. Habibbloy) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Wachtels, H. P. M., (Wachtels, Gross & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki,

Wade, Thomas F., C.B., secretary to British legation, Peking.

Wade, H. T., (Shaw, Ripley & Co.) merchant, Hankow.

Wadman, W. S., (Meadows & Co.) merchant, Chefoo. Wadman, E., (Wadman & Co.) merchant, Ningpo.

Wagner, C., teacher of music, Hollywood Road.

Wagner, C. J., Military Store Department, Queen's Road.

Wainwright, James E., (Wainwright & Co.) auctioneer, Shanghai (absent.)

Walker, S., (Blain, Tate & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Walker, R. S., (R. S. Walker & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

Walker, T. D., (Muirhead) Shanghai.

Walker, H. B., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, No 11, Yokohama. Walker, W. F., assistant tidesurveyor, Chinkiang.

Walkinshaw, A. W., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Wallace, Edward, (Phillips, Moore & Co.) manager, No 55, Yokohama. Wallace, Thomas, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, East Point. Wallace, J. F., (Maclean, Thorburn & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Waller, H. J., Customs tidewaiter, Foochow.

Wallich, H., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) manager, Shanghai. Wallis, G., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Wallis, H., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Walsh, F., (F. G. Walsh & Co.) printer, Shanghai.

Walsh, F. G., (F. G. Walsh & Co.) printer, Shanghai. Walsh, C., (F. G. Walsh & Co.) printer, Shanghai.

Walsh, P. B., British consulate assistant, Yokohama

Walsh, J. G., (Walsh & Co.) merchant, No 2-10 c, Yokohama. Walsh, T., (Walsh & Co.) clerk, No 2-10 c, Yokohama.

Walter, C., (Trautmann & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Walter, Thomas, Black Ball Filot Co., Shanghai.

Walworth, James, (Primrose & Co.) clerk, Shanghai,

Ward, L. P., (Thos. Hunt & Co.) shipchandler, Peddar's Wharf.

Ward, W., (P. & O. Co.) foreman, carpenter, West Point. Wardlaw, J. C., (Tait & Co.) merchant, Amoy.

Warner, C. B., (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow.

Warren, W., proprietor, "Commercial Hotel" Nagasaki.

Warren, Rev. C. F., missionary, St. Paul's College.

Warren, C. H., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Warrick, A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Hankow.

Warrick, W. M., (North China Insurance Company) Shanghai. Watkins, A. T., Japan Herald, manager, No 37, Yokohama. Watkins, O. P., Customs Revenue Cutter Spy, Canton.

Waters, T. R.. (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's Road.

Waters, J., (Hall & Holtz) clerk, Nagasaki.

Watson, T., Okoolof & Tokmakoff) clerk, Hankow.

Watson, W. B., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Yokohama. Watson, W., draper, Shanghai.

Watson, W., assistant tide-surveyor, Chinkiang.

Watson, J. T., draper, Shanghai.

Watson, J., Customs tidewaiter, Amoy.

Watson, J. C., captain, Anglo Chinese Force, Ningpo.

Watters, T., assistant, British consulate, Foochow. Webb, S. D., (Fogg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Webb, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Webb, C. G., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Webber, Miss, (Baker & Co.) milliner, Queen's Road. Webber, A. R., (Kniffler & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Weber, C., student, Russian Legation, Peking.

Webster, James, (Rainbow, Lewis & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Webster, R., second boarding officer, Harbour-master's office. Wegener, F., Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo.

Weeks, C. D., (P. & O. Co.) assistant, Queen's Road. Weeks, Mrs. Caroline, "Royal Hotel," Nagasaki. Weill, F. G., (A. Nachtrieb & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Weim, H., Vice-consul, French consulate, Hakodadi. Weller, G. F., (A. Heard & Co.) merchant, Praya. Welsh, E., Customs tidewaiter, Canton.

Welsh, David, (McGregor & Co.) merchant, Peddar's Hill. Welsh, W. L., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Welsby, T., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) Whampoa.

Wembert, C. E., engineer, tug Little Orphan.

Wermmochs, E., (Ladage, Oelke & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road. Werlich, R., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Westcott, G., constable, British consulate, Kiukiang.

Westernhagen, -, apothecary, Manila.

Weston, J. G. A., public tea inspector, Shanghai.

Westwood, C. L., bill broker, No 61, Yokohama.

Waters, John, (Mackenzie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Wetmore, W. S., (Frazar & Co.) merchant, Shanghai,

Whelan,, constable, escort and legation guard, British embassy, Peking.

Wheatly, E., examiner, Maritime Customs, Ningpo.

Wheatley, J., (Reiss & Co.) manager, No 96, Yokohama.

Wheeler, Wm., tidewaiter, Maritime Customs, Whampoa.

Wheeley, Edward, (Dent & Co.) clerk.

Wheelock, Thomas R., (Wheelock & Co.) auctioneer, Shanghai.

Wheler, G. H., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Whichello, F., (Knoop & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Whitaker, E. T., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

White, Aug., (Mackenzie, Miller & White) bill broker, Shanghai. White, F. G., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai. White, T. B., (Adams & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki.

White, F. W. A., (Macpherson & Marshall) clerk, No 58, Yokohama. White, T., "Royal Hotel," manager, Macao.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

White, F., commissioner, Maritime Customs, Takno. White, W., turnkey, Victoria Gaol.

White, Mrs (Miss Garrett) milliner, Queen's Road,

Whitfield, G., (Whitfield & Dowson) architect, No 69 a, Yokohama. Whitehead, Rev. S., missionary, Canton.

Whitehouse, George, (Laminert, Atkinson & Co.) clerk, Queen's Rond. Whitely, H., (J. Blackiston) clerk, Hakodadi.

Whitmore, F., (Whitfield & Dowson) assistant, No 69 a, Yokohama.

Whittall, E. (Jardine, Matheson Co.) merchant (absent.)

Whittall, Hon. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant (absent.) Whyte, John Chas., barrister-at-law, Queen's Road. Wickens, Gus., (Carr, Nickle & Co.) Nagasaki.

Wickers, (Witefield & Co.) clerk, No 69 a, Yokohama. Wichmam, J., Customs tidewaiter, Amoy.

Wieler, Gus., (Bourjau, Hubener & Co.) clerk, Praya. Wieters, Aug., (Trautmann & Co.) merchant, Shanghai. Wieters, E. B., (Trautmann & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Wigins, C., (J. D. Carroll) clerk, No 38 a, Yokohama.

  Wild, C. A., (Gilman & Co.) merchant and consul for Denmark, Foochow. Wildey, T., light house keeper, Chefoo.

Wilkie, J. D., (J. D. Wilkie & Co.) boat-builder, No 114, Yokohama, (absent). Wilkins, W., (Maltby & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki.

Wilkinson, II. S., student. H. B. M.'s Legation, Yeddo.

Wilkie, Fred., merchant, Hakodadi.

Wilkie, J., (P. and O. Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Wilkin, A. J., (Wilkin & Robison) merchant, No 3, Yokohama

Wilkins, G. J., H.M. Naval Depot, Shanghai.

Willaume, J., bill-broker, West Terrace.

Willaume, N., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) clerk.

Williams, R., (Black Ball Pilot Co.) Shanghai.

Williams, Chas. H., second officer Customs Revenue Cruiser, Ningpo.

Williams, Thomas, foreman, Shanghai Dock Company.

Williams, R. W., (Maertens, Latham & Co) clerk, Shanghai.

Williams, R. B., (Chapman, King & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. .

Williams, J., compositor, North China Herald, Shanghai.

Williams, H., (Williams & Co.) Ningpo.

Willians, Chas., marshal, U.S. consulate, Shanghai.

Williams, Rev. M. C., chaplain to English church, Nagasaki.

Williams, Wm., "Crown & Anchor," Queen's Road.

Williams, S. W., L.L.D., secretary and Chinese interpreter to U.S. Legation, Peking, Williams, Rev. M., missionary, Tientsin.

Williams, R. M., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) tea inspector, Shanghai.

Williams, L., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Shanghai.

Williams, C. P., secretary, Union Insurance Society, Queen's Road.

Williamson, W., Inspector of Nuisances, Hongkong.

Willmann, W., (Rothmund & Willmann) tailor, No 52, Yokohams.

Willis, William, M.D., first assistant, and medical officer H.B.M.'s Legation, Japan. Willoby, J. J., pilot, Swatow.

Wilson, J., (Paterson & Wilson) stevedore, No 126 a, Yokohama.

Wilson, W., (S. James & Co.) drayman, No 137, Yokohama.

Wilson, R., engineer, Marila.

Wilson, J., (Lane Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai.

Wilson, G., (A. MacDonald & Co.) clerk, West Point.

Wilson, Jas., (Wilson, Cornabe & Co.) merchant, Chefoo.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Wilson, Wilberforce, surveyor general, Seymour Terrace Wilson, W., engineer, (P. & O. Co.) West Point. Wilson, W., (Wilson, Nicholls & Co.) merchant, Amoy. Wilson, Rev. Jonathan, missionary, Bangkok. Winchester, C. A., British consul, Shanghai.

Winchurst, E. Chas., (Mackenzie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Wingate, J. C. A., U.S. consul, Swatow.

Winn, Dr. H. H., dentist No. 1, Wyndham Street.

Winn,, Japan Gazette office, No 84, Yokohama.

Winn, J. E., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, No 2-10 c, Yokohama. Winstanley, J., (W. Bourne & Co.) clerk, No 82, Yokohama.

Winstanley, A., (Shaw & Co.) merchant, No 94, Yokohama.

Wise,, constable, escort and legation guard, British Embassy, Peking. Wisner, J. H., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Withers, Geo., assistant, (P. & O. Co.,) Queen's Road.

Witt, J. de, Netherlands consul-general, Desima.

Wodehouse, H. C., civil service cadet, colonial secretary's office. Wolfenden, R., (P. & O. Co.) draughtsman, West Point.

Wolfs, J., (Hecht, Lilienthall & Co.) clerk, No 164 a, Yokohama.

Wong, F., M.D., surgeon, Canton.

Wood, A. G., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) tea inspector, Hankow. Wood, Rev. M. L., missionary, Shanghai (absent).

Woodin, E. L., (P. & O. Co.) storekeeper, Queen's Road.

Woodin, Rev. Simeon F., missionary, Foochow.

Woodford, W., (Russell and Sturgis) clerk, Manila.

Woodford, J. D., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Hongkong.

Woods, G. A. (Primrose & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Woodruff, F. E., assistant, Customs, Amoy.

Woolf A. L., Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai.

Woodward, Chas., (W. Pustau & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Wright, J. H., (Dow & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Wright, G., (Thomas & Mercer) olerk, Canton.

Wright, J. W., undertaker, Shanghai (absent).

Wright, A. J., Pianoforte tuner, Shanghai.

Wringer, T. de, assistant, Dutch Legation, Yeddo. Wunsch, A., merchant, Canton.

Wurdemann, H., pilot, Ningpo.

Wyatt, L., (Nicholson & Boyd), Shanghai.

Wylie, A., agent (British and Foreign Bible Society), Shanghai.

Wylie, R. A., (Aspinal, Cornes & Co.) clerk, No 34, Yokohama.

Xavier, Francisco Ward, master, Civil Hospital.

Xavier, F., (Noronba & Sons) compositor, Wellington Street.

Xavier, M. F. (D. Muirhead) clerk, Shanghai.

Xavier, V. P., musician, Bridges Street.

Xavier, F. M. D., (Chartered Bank of India, Australia and Chinà) clerk, Hongkong.

Xavier, J. J., Macao Battalion, captain, Macao.

Xavier, C. A., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Xavier, J. P., (Chartered Bank of India, &c.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Xavier, M., procurador's department, interpreter, Macan.

Xitco, A. (Nachtrieb & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Yancey, W., (Union Dock Co.) Foreman stone mason, Kowloon.

Yanffret, F., French Bread Company, Wellington Street.

Yang, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington Street.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Yates, Rev. M. T., missionary, Shanghai (absent.)

Yoanovich, A., receiving ship Wellington, Shanghai.

   Yorke, J., (Stentz, Harvey & Co.) clerk, No 115 b, Yokohama. Youd, F. M., (W. R. Adamson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Young, G. F., (P. & O. Co.) clerk, Queen's Road.

Young, G. R., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, Manila.

Youug, J. M., (Overweg & Co.) merchant, Shanghai.

Young, R., Resident House surgeon, Seamen's Hospital, Hongkong.

Young, Wm., (Jarvie, Thorburn & Co.) clerk, Yokohama.

Young, S., tidewaiter, Canton.

Young, G., steward, Yokohama United Club.

Youngson, W., Customs examiner, Kiukiang.

   Zachariae, O., (Bielfeld & Zachariae) tobacconist, 86, Queen's Road. Zaccariah, V., M.D., physician, Calton.

Zea, Rev. F., missionary, Amoy.

Zeisz, A., (Russell & Sturgis) clerk, Cebu.

Zembsch, J. P., (V. Aymonin & Co.) clerk, No. 81, Yokohama. Ziegler, C., (Thorel, Ziegler & Co.) merchant, No 159, Yokohama. Zimmem, A., (Reiss & Co.) manager, Praya.

Zobel, J., chemist, Manila.

ADDITIONAL RESIDENTS.

The following were received too late to be inserted in their proper places:-

Adds, C., soda-water manufacturer, No 130, Yokohama.

Allard, G., merchant, No 171, Yokohama, (absent).

Allen, Henry, Junr., commission merchant, No 141 a, Yokohania.

Allen, W., Japan Times office, No 60, Yokohama.

Alpiger, A. A., (Alpiger & Biava) merchant, 162, Yokohama.

Anderson, Rev. James, missionary, Canton.

Anglin, J., Japan Times office, No 60, Yokohama.

Ansell, E. F., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, No 11, Yokohama. Aymonin, V., (Aymonin & Co.) merchant, No 81, Yokohama

Avils, Don V., magistrate, Manila.

Bachmann, A., (Siber & Bachmann) clerk, No 90, Yokohama. Bartesaghi, C., (Is. Dell Oro) merchant, No 165 e, Yokohama. Bavier, A., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, No 157, Yokohama,

Berger, E., (E. Beger & Co.) watchmaker, No 80 a, Yokohama. Biava, J., (Alpiger & Biava) merchant, No 162, Yokohama (absent.) Bienvenue, M., French Hospital, Yokohama.

Biffi, F., (Marietti, Prato & Co) merchant, No 176, Yokohama. Bisset, J., (Strachan & Thomas) clerk, No 63, Yokohama. Biyeux, L., Hotel des Colonies, No 164, Yokohoma.

Blekman, L. D., (H. Kremer & Co.) storekeeper, No. 136, Yokohama. Bloen, J., Netherlands Trading Society, No 5 a, Yokohama. Blommestien, A. E. A Von, merchant, No 83 a, Yokohama. Bon, H., Netherlands Trading Society, No 5 a, Yokohama. Bovenschen, Ad., (Textor & Co.) merchant, No 29, Yokohama. Borel, E., (Petrocochino & Co.) clerk, No 149, Yokohama. Rourne, Wm., (Bourne & Co.) auctioneer, No 82, Yokohama. Boyd, W. D., wine and spirit merchant, No 89, Yokohama.

Bradshaw, L., Commanding Legation Guard, H.B M.'s Legation, Yeddo. Braga, F., Japan Herald office, No 37, Yokohama.

Brenwald, E., (Siber & Brenwald) merchant, No 90, Yokohama.

Bridgens, R. P., civil engineer and architect, No 124, Yokohama.

Brin, M. le Baron, attache, French Legation, Yeddo.

Broek, van den J. W., Macphersen & Marshall) clerk, No 58, Yokohama. Brower, W. L, (Allmand & Co.) clerk, No 67, Yokohama.

Buchheister, J. J., (Fred. Diers) clerk, Shanghai.

Caballero, M., collector general of Custoins, Manila.

Campbell, J. O., proprietor, American House, No 102, Yokohama.

Campbell, S., (Golden Gate Tavern) clerk, No 123 a, Yokohama.

Krause, Theo., (Fred. Diers) clerk, Shanghai.

Millitoe, Dr. Richard, physician, Whampoa.

Pyke, Thos., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's Road.

Rivington, Charles, merchant, Stanley Street.

Wood, J. W., secretary, Honkong Chamber of Commerce.

THE HONGKONG DIRECTORY.

Colonial Departments, Public Offices, &c.

Colonial Government.

Governor, Commander-in-Chief, & Vice- Admiral-His Excellency Sir Richard Graves MacDonnell, C.B., Knight

Colonial Secretary-Vacant

Acting do, do,-Ceoil. C. Smith

Private Secretary to H. E. the Governor-

James Russell

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

議政總局

Yee-ching-tsung-kok.

His Excellency Sir Richard Graves Mac-

Donnell, C.B.,-president

The Senior Military Officer in Command

Hon. Colonial Secretary

Hon. Attorney General

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

定例總局

Ting-lai-toung-kok.

His Excellency Sir Richard Graves Mac-

Donnell, C.B.,-president

Hon. Chief Justice

Hon. Colonial Secretary

   Hon. Attorney General Hon. Colonial Treasurer

Hon. Auditor General Hon. H. J. Ball

Hon. Phineas Ryrie

Hon. James Whittall,

absent on leave

Hon. H. B. Gibb,

absent on leave

Hon. Francis Parry

(provisional).

Hon. Wm. Keswick

Public Offices.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.

輔政使司署

Foo-ching-sz-sü.

Colonial Secretary-(vacant)

Acting do.-Hon. C. C. Smith

Chief clerk-L. D'Almada e Castro

First do.-J. M. D'Almada e Castro

Second do.-W. Barnicott

Third do.-J. M. S. Alves

Temporary clerk S. C. Gutierrez

Civil Service Cadets-A. Lister, Jas. Rus-

sell, H. C. Wodehouse

COLONIAL TREASURY.

皇家庫房

Wong-ka-foo-fong.

Treasurer-Hon. Frederick H. A. Forth

(absent)

Acting Treasurer-Hon. W. H. Alexander

First Clerk & Cashier-J. A. de Carvalho

2nd do, and Accountant-A. F. Alves

3rd do. and do. Police and Lighting Rates

-C. H. Horden

4th do.-J. O. Prior

5th do.-E. Sapoorjee

Notice Server-A. R. Madar

Extra do.-Lum Shu Tak

non-official

First Shroff-Chum Acheep

members

Clerk of Councils--L. d'Almado e Castro

Second do.-Ho Tai Sang

Third do.-Lee Atai

Fourth do.-Cheung Alloy

Valuators of Police and Lighting Rates-

James Collins, C H. Hordon

HONGKONG-GOVERNMENT OFFICES.

SURVEYOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

量地官

Leung-ti-koon.

Surveyor General-Wilberforce Wilson,

C. E.

Assist. Surveyor Gen.-Shearman G. Bird

(absent)

Acting Assistant Surveyor General-John

Clarke C. E.

Acting Assist. Engineer,-John Clarke First clerk-Geo. J. Tomlin

   Second clerk--F. X. das Chagas Third clerk-M. Gutierres Temporary clerk-John Macallum Clerk and interpreter-Ng A Tsun Clerk of Works-Ward Prestage Overseer of Water Works-E. Rose Government Plumber-A. Millar Inspector of Nuisances-E. Lawrence Chinese Overseer-Lum Shing (acting)

Overseer of Convicts-John Smith (acting)

Suprintendent of Public Gardens, &c.-

Thos. G. Donaldson

GENERAL POST-OFFICE.

書信館

Shu-sun-koon

Postmaster General-F. W. Mitchell

Assistant Postmaster Gen.~(vacant) Clerk-D. J. Barradas

Charge Taker-A. Leiria

First Sorter-F. G. Machado Second Sorter-E. Aquino Third Sorter-D. da Costa

Fourth Sorter A. L. Sanches del Aguila Fifth Sorter--J. G. da Rocha

Sixth Sorter-E. H. Redhead

AGENTS.

Canton-Alex Frater

Macao-J. da Silva, postmaster

Swatow-W. M. Cooper

   Amoy-E. Solbé (acting) Foochow-H. J. Allen Ningpo-C. Gardner

Shanghai-J. P. Martin

         J. M. E. Machado, assistant Nagasaki-A. A. Annesley Yokohama-John Simpson

      STAMP COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. Collector-F. W. Mitchell First Clerk-J. S. Rodrigues Second Clerk-F. A. Biden

AUDITOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

129.

Auditor General-Hon. W. H. Rennie

(absent)

Assist. Auditor--A. E. Pirkis, H. M. Con-

sular service

Clerk (Colonial)-J. M. A. da Silva

Clerk (Consular)-W. Johnstone

HARBOUR MASTER'S OFFICE.

船頭官

Shun-tow-koon.

Harbour Master, Marine Magistrate, Emigra

tion Officer, Registrar of Shipping, &c.-

H. G. Thomsett, R.N.

Assistant do.-M. S. Tonnochy (acting) First clerk-J. Thornton

Second clerk and Deputy Suprintendent Mercantile Marine Officer-W. S. Lord- ing

Third clerk-- F. Machado

Fourth do.-C. G. Le Couteur Fith do.-J. L. D. Alves

1st Boarding Officer-J. C. Burt 2nd do.-R. Webster

Inspector of Cargo Boats & Junks-R. Reed, Assistant do.-W. McClellan

Do. do.-J. Espinho

India Interpreter-Ibrahim Chinese do, -Foong Ahoy do. Writer-Chun A'Chan

Shroff-Leong A'Cheong

HARBOUR MASTER'S OUT Stations.

Officer in charge Sowkewan-Inspector W..

L. Anningson

Officer in charge Stanley-Inspector A.

Gray

Officer in charge Aberdeen-Inspector Am-

brose

VICTORIA PEAK.

Signalman A. McGrigor

Assistant San Ahoy

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE.

華民政務司

Wa-man-ching-mo-see.

Registrar General-Cecil C. Smith

First clerk-John Gerrard

Second clerk-C. F. A. Sangster

Registration clerk-C. Osmund

Chinese clerks-Heem Achak, Fan a wye Shrof...Ng Cho

Chinese Registration clerks-Chan Yow Fook, Cheung Luk Yü, Lin a Po, Sung, A Ch'ung.

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HONGKONG-GOVERNMENT OFFICES.

ROYAL MINT.

Thomas William Kinder, Master of the

Mint, Residence, Royal Mint

Charles Tookey, Assayer, No. 4, Morrison

Hill

Frederick Alfred Manning, Suprintendent

of the Melting Department, No. 2, Morrison Hill

Francke Mucklestone Allen, Superinten- dent of the Coining Department, No. 4, Morrison Hill.

John Inglis, Foreman Engineer, Mint

Yard

Hey Sheard, Die Engraver, No. 2, Mor-

rison Hill

Philip Peyton, Foreman Melter, Vau-

cher's House

James Morris, Foreman Rolling Mill, Vau-

cher's House

Jolm Pritchett, Foreman of Coining De- partment, Residence, Vaucher's House Christopher Boyd, Fitter and Turner,

Mint Yard

-Molyneaux, House

Blacksmith, Vaucher's

Edward Atkin, Junior clerk, Duddell's

Bungalow, Albany Road

Q. A. Rangel, Master's Secretary, Bridges

Street

    E. Couto, Junior clerk, Bridges Street A. Rangel, Junior clerk, Bridges Street J. M. L. Campos, storekeeper, Bridges

Street

Judicial Establishment.

SUPREME COURT.

大葛衙門

Tai-cot-ngá-moon.

Chief Justice-Hon. Jolin Smale

Acting Attorney General-Hon. H. J. Ball

Registrar-W. H. Alexander

Crown Solicitor-Francis Innes Hazeland

Deputy Registrar-Norman Ramsay Mas-

son (absent)

Act. Dep. Registrar and Clerk of Court-

      Fredk. Sowley Huffam Judge's Clerk-William Smale Interpreter-Rafael A. do Rozario Clerk and Usher-T. W. Barrington Chinese Clerk and Shroff-Ng-mun-yu Appraisers-F. S. Hutfam & Jas. Jarman

SUMMARY JURISDICTION COURT.

錢債葛

Tsin-chai-kot.

For the adjudication of Debts not exceed- ing $500. Sits every Tuesday at 10 A.M. Judge-Hon. Henry John Ball Clerk of Court-Heury J. Holmes Interpreter Rafael A. do Rozario Chinese Clerk--Ng-a-foo Bailif

VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT. Judge and Commissory-Hon. John Smale Queen's Advocate-Hon. H. J. Ball Registrar-F. S. Huffum

Surrogates--F. S. Huffam and H. J. Hol-

mies

Queen's Proctor--F. I. Hazeland Marshal-M. S. Tonnochy

C. May J. Dent

Justices of the Peace.

官員

Kun-ün

Hon. F. H. A. Forth (absent) Hon. W. H. Rennie (absent) Robert S. Walker (absent) W. H. Alexander Hon. H. B. Gibb Hon. Phineas Ryrie H. G. Thomsett Robert McMurdo A. Turing (absent) J. McDouall

H. B. Lemann

J. C. Baldwin (absent) W. Wilson

F. W. Mitchell

Hon. C. C. Smith

N. R. Masson (absent)

H. St. L. Magniac W. H. Gibb (absent) Hon. F. Parry (absent) E. Mellish

R. Rowett

G. F. Maclean W. Kave H. Murray M. S. Tonnochy W. M. Deane Hon. H. J. Ball E. W. Goodlake J. I. Murray, M.D. J. W. Kinder Fred. Stewart

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Nusances-H. A. Jones (on leave), W.

Williamson, A. Albert Brothels-J. Peterson Shonkewan-W. Anningson

HONGKONG-GOVERNMENT OFFICES.

C. V. Creagh

Hon. W. Keswick

J. P. Duncanson

R. B. Parr

John Fraser

Jno. B. Taylor

Police Department.

MAGISTRATES' COURT.

巡理廳

Chun-lee-ting.

First Police Magistrate-C. May

Second do.-E. W. Goodlake

Coroner-F. Stewart

First Clerk-James Collins

Third do.-Shun Ayin

Second do ----Charles Collins

First Chinese Interpreter-Ng Achoy

Second do.

Third do.

do.-Bedell Lee Yun

do.-Lee Lum Kwai

Fourth do.

do.-

Supernumerary and Chinese interpreter-

Chun Ashing

Chinese Clerk and Shroff-Lum Ashing European Usher and process server-- -Geo.

Saunders

Assistant and Hindustanee Interpreter-

Thomas McBean

Assistant Usher and process server-Hen-

rique Rodrigues

Chinese Usher and process server- -Soong

Ayow

POLICE.

Tai-koon

Stanley-A. Grey Aberdeen-R- Ambrose

Dock Yard-H. Dixon

Chinese Clerks-Chow A Heem, Ching A

Wun, Sung A Sing European Force-

5 Sergeants

3 Acting do. 64 Constables

Naval Yard Force-

4 Sergeants 24 Constables

Indian Force-

1 Jemadar

1 Sergeant Major 1 Indian Interpreter

8 Sergeants

12 Acting do.

296 Constables

60 Chinese Police

Chinese Force...

12 Sergeant Interpreters

3 Sergeants

8 Acting do.

102 Water Police

24 Horse and Station Coolies

Gaol Establishment.

VICTORIA GAOL.

監房

Kam-fong.

Superintendent-Francis Douglas Clerk-Thomas P. Carnev

Captain Superintendent-William Quin Interpreter-Yip Ling Moi

大館

(on leave)

Acting do.--W. M. Deane

Deputy do.-C. V. Creagh

Assistant do.--James Jarman

Warden-C. Hurst

Head Turnkeys-F. W. Culliford and F.

Lloyd

Matron-Mrs. Gleeson

First Clerk and accountant-F. A. Quin European Turnkeys-J. Cowie, J. McLeod,

(on leave)

Acting do.-L. J. Guiterez

Second Clerk--M. A. Callago

Inspectors, Central Station-J. Cronin, J.

Payne

Acting Inspectors-W. Shead, S. Grey, M.

Ryan

Wanchi-W. A. Langdon Saiyingpoon-J. H. Grimes

Water Police-D. Daly, J. Holloran Buildings E. Lawrance Markets-J. Burton

C. Gleeson, R. McDonald, J. Giles, J. Owens, A. Johnson, W. White, A. Craig, C. Stimpson, D. O'Donohue, J. Mitchell, W. Farr, P. Leslie, G. Akaberg Chain Gang Guard Sergeant-G. Sear-

geant, and 15 Indian constables

Medical Establishment. Colonial Surgeon-John Ivor Murray,

M.D., F.R.S.E., and F.R.C.S.E. Health Officer of the Harbour-J. O. Hen-

derson, M.D.

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HONGKONG-GOVERNMENT OFFICES-CONSULATES.

GOVERNMENT CIVIL HOSPITAL. WEST POINT.

西營盤醫生館

Sy-ing-poon-E sang-koon.

Inspecting Surgeon-J. I. Murray, M.D.,

F.R.S.E. and F.R.C.S.E.

Surgeon Superintendent-A. Cochran, M.D.

Apothecary- A. 4. Botelho

Ward-masters-John Phillimore, Fran-

sicco Xavier, and Chun Alok

LOCK HOSPITAL.

Surgeon-J. I. Murray, M.D.

Surgeon for Eastern District-A. Cochran,

M.D.

    Apothecary-Filomeno Callado Matron-Mrs. Callado

Inspector of Western District-A. Albert

Nuisances Eastern do. W. Williamson

Inspector of Brothels-J. Petersen

Consulates.

日耳曼領事官

Yat-yee-man-ling-se-koon. AUSTRIA.

(Consulate on Pedder's Hill.)

Consul General-Gustav Överbeck

Consular Assistant-E. Koch

Student Interpreter-Joseph Heas

Consul-

卑之暗領事官 Be-yee-nam-ling-se-koon. BELGIUM.

|

Fa-kee-ling-se-koon. UNITED STATES

Consul-Isaac J. Allen, No. 7, S. Wynd-

ham Street

Chinese Clerk and Interpreter-Chue A Sme

Recording Clerk-Arthur P. Allen

Shipping Master-

Usher-Chun Ayut

咸埔領事官

Ham-po-ling-se-koon. HAMBURG.

Consul-Woldemar Nissen (absent)

Acting Consul-G. W. Schwemann

以大利領事官

Yee-tai-le-ling-se-koon. ITALY.

Acting Consul-The Hon. John Dent

(Dent & Co.), Praya Central

立化商領事官

Nep-fan-lan-ling-se-koon. NETHERLANDS.

Acting Consul-C. H. M. Bosman (Messrs.

Bosnian & Co.)

澳愈北領事官

O-tin-pack-ling-se-koon. OLDENBURG.

Consul-J. Menke (Wm. Pustau & Co.,)

Pottinger Street.

西洋領事官

廉文領事官

Lim-man-ling-se-koon. BREMEN.

Consul-Woldemar Nissen (absent)

Acting Consul-G. W. Schwemann

顛擘領事官

Tin-mak-ling-se-koon.

DENMARK.

Sai-yeong-ling-se-koon. PORTUGAL.

Consul General-J. J. dos Remedios,

Gough Street.

Vice-consul-A. G. dos Remedios, Gough

Street

巴刺沙領事官

Pa-la-sha-ling-se-koon.

PRUSSIA.

Consul-Th. Probst (absent)

Consul-G. J. Helland, (J. Burd & Co.) | Acting Consul-J. Menke

Praya

法蘭西領事官

Fat-lan-sai-ling-se-koon.

FRANCE.

Consul-Henry du Chesne, 29, Elgin

Secretary-E. Kock

Physician-H. Kauffmann

俄羅斯領事官

Ngo-lo-see-ling-se-koon. RUSSIA.

Street (residence, 13, Seymour Terrace) | Acting Vice-consul-Geo. Heard (Augus-

Victor Hartung, Chancellor

tine Heard & Co.)

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HONGKONG-EDUCATIONAL-CLUBS.

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暹羅領事官

Chim-lo-ling-se-koon.

SIAM.

Consul-John Fraser (Borneo Company),

Queen's Road

呂宋領事官

Lu-sung-ling-se-koon.

SPAIN.

Consul-Don Tomas Ortuno

Attache-Don Pedro de Prat (absent)

Clerk-E. F. de Souza

士威頓領事官

Se-nei-tun-ling-see-koon.

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Consul-G. J. Helland (John Burd & Co.)

Educational.

ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE.

聖保羅書院

Shing-po-lo-shu-yun.

Warden The Bishop of Victoria

English Head Master-John Kyle

DIOCESAN FEMALE TRAINING

AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.

BONHAM ROAD.

女仔館

Nu-tsai-koon.

Teacher-Miss Oxlad

Superintendent-Miss Randles

MORRISON EDUCATION SOCIETY. An annual subscription of $10, or a life subscription of $25, constitutes mem- bership

President-Hon. J. Smale

Vice-President-S. W. Williams, L.L.D.,

and W. Kane, M.D.

Treasurer-Henry Murrav

Secretary-Rev. I, B. Morris

Trustees-E. A. Hitchcock, Hon. F. Parry,

and J. B. Taylor

GIRLS & CHILDREN'S SCHOOL.

MOSQUE GARDENS.

麻魯山書館

Molo-shun-shee-un.

Supported by voluntary contribution.

Principal--Miss Magrath

禮拜堂公會

Lai-pai-tong-kung-wui.

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. C. F. Warren

CENTRAL SCHOOL.

大書館 大書院

Tai-shu-ün.

Head Master-Frederick Stewart, M.A.

Second Master-E. J. R. Willcocks

Assistants-Fan A-ku, and Kwan A-fat

Chinese Masters-Wong Fung-wan, Chan

U-ch'un, and Ho Chuk Shan

SAINT SAVIOURS' COLLEGE.

西洋廟

Sai-yeong-min.

POTTINGER STREET.

Principal-Very Rev. T. Raimondi, V.P.

Vice Rector-Rev. T. Volenteri, M.A.

Teachers-T. Terry, Wagner, M. Baptista,

V. Teveira

WEST POINT REFORMATORY. Director-Very Rev. T. Raimondi Vice Director-Rev. B. Vigand

Resident Superintendent-Rev. M. Leang

Chinese Teachers-T. Chu and four others

Clubs, Societies, Institutions, &c.

HONGKONG CLUB.

新公司

San-kung-sz.

Commitive-W. Kaye, Geo. F. Heard, Hon. C. C. Smith, Geo. Helland, J. C. Whyte,

M. P. Jukes, A. Coxon, W. Lemann,

Hon. Wm. Keswick, James Hart, E. H. Pollard, (absent) Secretary &

Steward

George B. Aylmore

Clerk-William J. Lowndes

GERMAN CLUB. WYNDHAM STREET.

日耳曼公司

Yat-i-man-kung-82.

COMMITTEE.

President-W. Nissen

Vice-president & Secretary-J. Arnhold

Treasurer-P. G. Hübe

Librarian-F. W. Hagedorn

Stewards-A. Eimbeke & C. Kipke Clerk-Thomas Hart

HONGKONG-CLUBS-INSTITUTIONS.

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HONGKONG CRICKET CLUB.

香港打波公司

Hongkong-ta-po-kung-8z.

President―J. F. Holliday

Hon. Secretary-R. D. Starkey

Treasurer-J. R. Anton

Additional members of Committee-D.

Welsh, F. Brinkley

CLUB LUSITANO.

SHELLEY STREET,

西洋公司

Sai-yeong-kung-sz.

Directors-J. A. Barretto, J. M. S. Alves,

M. C. do Razario, J. P. da Costa

Secretary-L. J. da Silva

Clerk-E. Cucullu

PORTUGUESE CLUB, GOUGH STREET.

西洋公司

Sai-yeong-kung-sz.

President-M. de Carvalho

Secretary-J. J. da Silva e Souza

Treasurer- F. de Sa

Director-L. F. Carvalho

Sub-Director-S. V. da Roza

HONGKONG RIFLE ASSOCIATION,

Patron-H. E. The Governor President-T. T. Turner, 73th Reg.

Committee- -Atwell Coxon, Gavin Thomson

Secretary and Treasurer-E. L. Woodin

VICTORIA REGATTA CLUB.

香 鬭三板公司

Hongkong-tan-sam-pan-kung-sz,

Committee-Commodore

Jones, R.N.,

chairman, R. F. Hawke, J. Rickett

Hon. Secretary & Treasurer-A. McLeod

西洋書樓

Sai-yeong-shu-low.

PORTUGUESE LIBRARY, Gough Street.

Secretary and Treasurer-João da Cunha Librarian-

Committee-

教習書院

Kor-chop-chu-un.

GYMNASIUM.

F. Plumer, Treasurer

J. Studd, E.D.

P. Gabain

HONGKONG CHORAL SOCIETY.

香唱詩會

Hongkong Cheong-shee-wny.

LUSITANO THEATRE.

西洋戲院

Sai-yeong-he-uu.

President-E. H. Pollard, Q.C.

Conductor-A. Newton

Accompanyist-H. B. Lemann

Hon. Sec. and Treasurer-J. B. Coughtrie

Committee-G. Falconer, R. B. Parr, and

officers ex-officio

Librarian-W. J. Lowndes

ORCHESTRA BAND COMPANY.

V. X. Paes

L. M. Lobo

C. Mascaranha C. A. de Souga

J. P. da Cruz

A. C. Ataide

HONGKONG GENERAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

ROOMS AND SECRETARY'S OFFICE, No. 48, Queen's Roul, 1st Floor Chairman-Hon. P. Rvrie Vice-Chairman--W. Nissen

Committee--John Dent, H. B. Lemann,

Victor Kresser, Geo. F. Heard, Geo.

J. Helland, C. T. Smith, and B. Pallanjee

Secretary-J. W. Wood

SAILORS' HOME.

西營盤水手館

Sai-ying.poon-shui-show-kun.

WEST POINT.

Trustees-Hon. J. Whittall, J. Dent, W.

Delano, Jr., H. G. Thomsett, R.N.

Directors-H. B. Gibb, W. Adamson (absent), R. Brand, W. Nissen, Palanjee Framjee, A. Heard, H. B. Lemann;

the Colonial Chaplain, and the Colonial Surgeon (ex officio)

Committee of Management-Hon. J. Whit-

tall, H. G. Thomsett, R.N., G. Helland

Superintendent--A. Overbury

SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL

掘斷龍山頂醫館

Kwa-tun-loong-shang ting-E-coon.

Trustees-The Hon. the Colonial Secretary, Hon. W. Keswick, George Heard, and the Superintendent of the P. & O. Co. (ex officio)

i

HONGKONG-MASONIC LODGES-ECCLESIASTICAL.

Resident Surgeon-W. S. Adams, M.D.

House Surgeon-R. Young,

Resident

L. R. C. P. & S. Ed.

Acting Hon. Treasurer--W. Paterson Apothecary-A. S. Silva

Steward-J. M. Silva

Masonic Logdes.

DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF FREE-

MASONS IN CHINA.

絜短會

Kit-küizooi.

Right Worshipful District Grand Master-

Henry Murray

Deputy D. D. G. M.-C. E. Parker

D. G. Senior Warden-H Cohen

do. Junior Warden-A. F. Heard

PERSEVERANCE LODGE, No. 1165. Worshipful Master-C. C. Cohen Senior Warden-A. E. Pirkis Junior Warden-C. Rivington Treasurer-D. Ruttonjee Secretary-M. Moss

Senior Deacon-A. McLeod Junior Deacon-W. M. Bell Inner Guard-F. C. Sauermann Tyler-R. Reed

Victoria Library and Reading Rooms.

Rooms Club Lusitano.

書機

Shu-lau.

President-Hon. F. Chomley

Vice Dillo-J. C. Whyte

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Directors-H. Cohen, G. A. F. Norris, D.

R. Crawford, and J. W. Torrey

do. Chaplain-Rev. E. Butcher (S'hai) Honorary Treasurer and Secretary-F. W.

do. Treasurer-F. Plumer

do. Registrar--F. I. Hazeland

do. Secretary-F. S. Huffam

  do. Senior Deacon-John Ivor Murray do. Junior Deacon-A. R. Tilby

do. Superintendent of Works-J. Studd do. Director of Ceremonies-J. Hart do. Organist-C. A. F. Sangster

do. Pursuivant-Wilberforce Wilson

Zetland Lodge, No. 525, late 768,- Worshipful Master-W. S. Adams, M.D. Senior Warden-F. Douglas Junior Warden-T. Wallace Treasurer-A. E. Pirkis Secretary-C. A. F. Sangster Senior Deacon―J. B. Morris Junior Dracon-J. E. Emannel Inner Guard-D. E. Caldwell

Director of Ceremonies-H. Kair Steward-G. Fesefeld Tyler-Robert Reed

       VICTORIA LODGE, No. 1026. Worshipful Master-W. N. Olmsted Senior Warden--G. Shambler Junior Warden-H. Nicaise Treasurer --W. O. Morison Secretary-A. Noel Blakeman Senior Deacon-Holmes Granger Junior Deacon-J. M. Forbes Jr. Director of Ceremonies-J. M. Matson Inner Guard-R. J. Jessen Outer Guard-R. Reed

Mitchell

Librarian-Foong Achan

Churches, Missions, &c.

ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL.

大禮大

堂 Tay-Lye-pai-tong,

Lord Bishop of Victoria-Rt. Rev. C. R.

Alford, D.D.

Archdeacon of Hongkong-Venerable J.

H. Gray, M.A.

Colonial Chaplain-Rev. W. R. Beach

Treasurer- Robert S. Walker

Trustees-John Dent, Hon F. Parry, W.

Wilson, R. S. Walker, Hon. Cecil C. Smith, and N. R. Masson Apparitor of Diocese-J. Kyle Organist-C. F. A. Sangster Clerk and Sexton-G. Saunders

Auditors-Sherman G. Bird, W. C. Hunte Registrar of Marriages-J. Gerard

ST. STEPHEN'S MISSION Chapel. Native Minister-Rev. Lo Sam Yuen Church Missionary-Rev. C. F. Warren

do.

Rev. J. Piper

do.

UNION CHAPEL.

STAUNTON STREET.

大石柱禮拜堂

Tai-shek-ch'u-Lye-pan-tong.

Pastor-Rev. D. B. Morris

Trustees-Rev. Dr. Legge, John Dent, C.

T. Smith, and G. Sharp-in Eng-

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HONGKONG-ECCLESIASTICAL-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

land, E. Smith, H. Wright, and J. W. Kemp

Secretary of Committee of Management-

Geo. Crichton

Sittings may be obtained on application

to D. R. Crawford

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

WELLINGTON AND POTTINGER STREETS.

天主教堂

Tien-chu-kau-long.

Prefect Apostolic-(vacant)

Vice Prefect-Rev. T. Raimondi Missionaries-Revs. G. Favini, J. Borgaz- zi (absent) G. Origo, S. Volenteri, G. Burghignoli, J. Yang, M. Leang, A.

  Leang, J. Valentini, R. Vigano, and J. Chú P. Leang

FOUNDLING HOSPITAL.

QUEEN'S ROAD WEST.

西營盤育嬰堂

Sei-ying-poon-yuk-ying-tong.

BERLIN LADIES' ASSOCIATION.

FOR THE PROMOTION OF FEMALE EDUCA-

TION IN CHINA.

Rev. E. Klityke

L. Ladendorff, principal of German Found-

ling Hospital in Hongkong

Mrs. Ladendorff, matron

Miss Pauline Laseman, nurse

Miss Louise Brandt

ditto

Miss. Louise Siess

ditto

日耳曼公會

Yat-yee-man-kung-wui.

BASEL MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. R. Lechler, and Family, Basel Mis-

sion House (Hongkong)

Rev. Ph. Winne (Lilong)

Rev. H. Bender (Chonglok)

Rev. C. P. Piton (do.)

英華書院

Ying-wa-shu-yun.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. F. S. Turner

Rev. D. B. Morris

RHENISH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. W. Bellon (Lilong)

   Rev. W. Louise, and family (Fukwing) Rev. A. Krolczyk (Shiklung)

BERLIN CHINESE EVANGELIZATION

SOCIETY.

Mr. Mor Hansback

FRENCH ROMAN CATHOLIC

MISSON.

STAUNTON STREET.

佛蘭西公會

Fai-lan-sai-koon-wui.

Rev. P. M. Osouf, procureur

Rev. A. Villion, vice-procureur

Public Companies.

PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

鐵行火船公司

T-hong-fo-shun-kung-see

Superintendent-W. Macaulay

Assistants-J. Rickett A. Methven

W. R. Urquhart

A. Lind

G. F. Young

G. Withers

J. P. Campos E. P. Campos L. P. Campos P. Eduljee D. Burjorjee

Superintendent Purser-C. J. Bristow Assistants-Geo. King

W. Vinton

J. Wilkie

T. Smith

Store Kerper-E. L. Woodin Assistants-A. Armistead

C. D. Weeks

A. O. Guttierrez

A. Duff

Issver of Stores-J. Callis

Marine Superintendent--Capt. W. M. Gill-

son

Fort William-J. Townsend, commander

J. A. Ahlmann (chief officer)

L. Encarnaçaö

Gunners-West Point-J. Pearson

T. Stollery

Boatswain-F. Frost

Superintending Engineer-T. Green Draughtsman-R. Wolfenden Foreman Engineer-A. Lockhart Engineers-G. Cheu, W. Wilson, J. Gre- gory, J. Napier, F. Sinclair, A. G. Aitken, J. Milne, M. Ledwidge, D. Pringle, A. H. Ryder

Plumbers-R. Robertson

HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

A. Sprowel, N. McKay Blacksmith, Foreman-J. Pearce

do.

Modeller Boiler Maker do.

H. Roper

J. Rose

A. Goodwin, W. Wilson, A. E. Mid-

lane, J. McDougall, M. Douglas, J. Alford

Factory clerks-J. De Britto, M. L. Soares

Foreman Carpenter-W. Ward

佛蘭西火船公司

Fat-lan-sai-fo-shun-koong-see.

SERVICE MARITIME DES MES-

SAGERIES IMPERIALES.

PAQUEBOTS POSTE FRANCAIS.

QUEEN'S ROAD.

Agent Principal-C. Bertrand

Assistant-L. V. P. Petel

Engineer A. Palicott

T. Brunel

D. Mallett

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP

COMPANY.

OFFICE, PRAYa West, next to Harbour MASTER'S OFFICE.

General Agent for China aud Japan-S.

L. Phelps (Yokohama)

  Agent-Geo. F. Bowman Chief Clerk-A. Center Book Keeper A. L. Rozario Freight Clerk-R. Bottado Clerk-A. B. Allen

do. -A. L. de Periera Chinese clerk-Hung Far

AGENTS.

London-Wheatley Starr, & Co. Liverpool-H. Starr & Co. Yokohama-J. H. Phinney Nagasaki-Walsh & Co. Shanghai-Russell & Co. Manila-Russell and Sturgis Singapore-Hutchinson & Co. Batavia-Drummler & Co. Calcutta-Whitney Bros. & Co.

HONGKONG GAS COMPANY,

LIMITED.

WEST POINT.

煤氣公司

Mui-hi-kung-see.

Manager-A. Newton

Sub-manager-W. D. Autey

Clerks V. Alonço, J. Collaço, L. Berretto

Jr., M. Mendes

Collector-W. H. Auter

Foreman Fitter-Edward Handley

Brass Finisher-J. Lisle

Foreman of Works-A. Bell

Retort Setter-H. Simmonds

香港黄埔船澳公司

Hong-kong-wong-po-shun-o-kung-see.

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HONGKONG AND WHAMPOA DOCK COMPANY, LIMITED.

HEAD OFFICE-D'AGUILAR STREET,

HONGKONG.

Directors -Hon. Wm. Keswick, chairman

G. J. Helland

C. H. M. Bosman

O. H. Burrows

C. Bertrand

Hon. P. Ryrie

Secretary-John S. Lapraik

General Manager-G. N. Minto (absent) Acting do.-Capt. R. E. Baker

WHAMPOA ESTABLISHMENT.

Superintendent-D. Gillies

J. V. de Jesus, clerk M. A. Corea, do

J. de Jesus,

do

W. Cuthill, engineer

G. McKay, foreman shipwright

J. Liddle,

do

do

T. Welsby, foreman boiler maker

ABERDEEN ESTABLISHMENT. Superintendent-R. Duncan

J. do Rozario, clerk

J. de Silva, assistant clerk J. Bain, foreman engineer W. Chart, boiler maker

A. Findlay, foreman shipwright

do

J. Anderson, do

於仁船澳公司

U-yan-shun-o-kung-see.

THE UNION DOCK COMPANY

OF HONGKONG AND WHAMPOA,

LIMITED.

OFFICE-PEDDAR'S WHARF.

Secretary-J. B. Endicott

Accountant-H. Hyndman

Superintendent of works at Kowloon-W.

B. Spratt

Foreman Stone Mason at Kowloon-W.

Yancey, and C. F. Demeè

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HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES-INSURANCES.

WHAMPOA ESTABLISHMENT.

Manager-T. B. Rennel Accountant-J. Timen

M. Senna, clerk

W. Allen, carpenter

J. McGregor, boiler maker

STEAM TUG LITTLE ORPHAN.

A. A. Benning, captain

C. E. Wembert, engineer

香港花店公司

Hong-kong-hak-tim-kung-see.

HONGKONG HOTEL COMPANY,

LIMITED.

Secretary-E. J. Sage

雪廠

Sut-chong.

TUDOR COMPANY.

ICE HOUSE STREET.

Agent-H. O'Hara

省港澳火船公司

Shang-kong-o-fo-shun-kung-see.

HONGKONG, CANTON & MACAO

STEAM-BOAT COMPANY,

LIMITED.

Augustine Heard & Co., general Agents

Insurances.

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Agents-

Lancashire Fire Insurance Company

Borneo Company Limited, Agents-

Commercial Union Assurance Com-

pany, Fire and Marine Norwich Union Fire Insurance So-

ciety

Bosman & Co., Agents-

Marine Insurance Company

Calcutta Mercantile Marine Insur-

ance Society

Eastern and North-Western Insur-

ance Office

Indian Insurance Company

Cama & Co. P. F., Agents-

China Merchants' Insurance Com-

Fany

Eduljee. Framjee, Sous & Co., Agents-

Bombay Commercial Insurance Com-

pany

Furdonjee Dhunjeebhoy, Agents-

Bombay Commercial Insurance Com-

pany

Gibb, Livingston & Co., Agents-

China Fire Insurance Company Imperial Fire Insurance Company Reliance Marine Insurance Company Commercial Union Marine Insurance

Company

Gilman & Co., Agents-

North British and Mercantile Fire

Insurance Company

Royal Exchange Assurance

Heard & Co., Augustine, General Agents

in China

Australasian Fire, Life and Marine China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited

Ocean Marine Insurance Company Albert Life Assurance Company Victoria Insurance Company

Hogg & Co., A. G., Agents-

Sun Fire Insurance Company

Holliday, Wise & Co., Agents-

Hongkong Marine Insurance Com-

pany (Manila)

Liverpool and London, Fire and Life

Insurance Company (Manila) Manchester Fire Insurance Company

(China)

Jamsetjee Nurserwanjee & Co., Agents-

Elphinstone Insurance Company

Jardine, Matheson & Co., Agents---

Canton Insurance Office

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company Triton Insurance Company Bengal Insurance Society Bombay Insurance Society Alliance Marine Assurance Office Alliance Fire Assurance Office Ocean Marine Insurance Company of

Bombay

Native Insurance Company of Bom-

bay

Macaulay W. (P. & O. S. N. Co.), Agent-

London & Oriental Steam Transit

Insurance Office

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HONG KONG-INSURANCES-BANKS.

Mody & Co., N., Agents-

Bombay Mody Insurance Company

North China Insurance Company, Queen's

Road

Charles Mackintosh, manager R. D. Starkey, assistant

Olyphant & Co., Agents-

New York Board of Underwriters San Francisco Board of Underwriters Merchants' Mutual Insurance Com-

pany of San Francisco

Parker & Co., general Agents-

American Trading Co. of Borneo

Pustau & Co. William, Agents-

 Hamburg, Bremen, Fire Dusseldorff General Insurance Co. Helvetia General Insurance Company Austrian Lloyd's Steam Navigation

Company

Remedios & Co., J. J. dos, Agents-

For the Hindustan Marine Insurance

Company of Calcutta

Russell & Co., Agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association of

Shanghai

Pacific Insurance Company of San

Francisco

Batavia Sea & Fire Insurance Co.

Schellhass & Co., E., Agents-

Hamburg and Bremen Underwriters

Siemssen & Co., Agents-

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Samarang De Oosterling Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Batavia

The Swiss Lloyd Transport Insurance

Society of Winterthur

Storey, Son, & Smedley, surveyors- Royal Insurance Company

Turner & Co., Agents-

Home & Colonial Marine Insurance

Company Limited

Netherlands, India Sun and Fire In-

surance Company Northern Assurance Company Fire

and Life

Union Insurance Society of Hongkong

Secretary-C. P. Williams

Walker, Rob. S., & Co., Agents-

Amicable Insurance Marine

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Royal Insurance Company, Fire and

Life

Universal Life Assurance Society Western Clubs, Topsham

Wilkinson & Co., Alfred, Agents-

Guardian Assurance Society, Fire and

Life

Banks.

渣打銀行

Cha-ta-ngan-hong.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and

China, Queen's Road

Draws on the Head Office and on the City Bank, London, and on the Agencies and Branches at Bombay, Caleutta, Kurra- chee, Rangoon, Singapore, Batavia, Shanghai and Hankow

Wm. Kaye, manager

J. G. Marshall, accountant

T. R. Waters, assistant accountant J. P. Xavier, clerk

F. M. D. Xavier, clerk

E. Maccall, manager (Shanghai) James Somerville, acct. (do.)

Alex. Price, clerk

(do.)

John Macreath, agent (Hankow)

W. T. Pode, accountant (do.)

新銀行

San-ngan-hong,

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, Lon-

don, and China, Queen's Road

Draws on London Joint Stock Bank, Lon- don; and on Branches and Agencies London, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Ceylon, Penang, Singapore, Shanghai, Yokohama, Hankow, and Mauritius. The Bank issues notes, which are re- ceived in payment of Government dues

W. Jackson, manager

L. C. Masfen, accountant

C. Don, assistant accountant H. H. Nelson, do.

do.

J. Thurburn, Honorato Jorge, clerk M. A. da Silva, do. C. J. da Silva,

do.

John Campbell, agent (Foochow) R. B. Baker, manager (Shanghai)

;

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HONGKONG-BANKS.

J. A. Taylor, accountant (do.) J. Fraser, assistant. do. (do.) W. J. E. Stewart, do. do. (do.) R. Darling, assist do. (do.) S. Short, manager (Yokohama) A. A. Shand, accountant (do.) E. B. Watson,

(do.)

R. Maxwell, agent (Hankow)

金孖素銀行

Kane-ma-so-ngun-hong,

Commercial Bank Corporation of India & the East, Queen's Road; in Liquidation Wm. Cameron, liquidator's attorney A. L. Turner

N. J. Gomes

E. Lawrence, liquidator's attorney

(Shanghai)

Wm. Mitchell, (Shanghai)

佛蘭西銀行

Fat-lan-si-ngan-hong,

Comptoir d'Escompte de Faris, Queen's

Road

Draws on the Head Office, Paris, on the Union Bank of London, and on the Agencies at London, Nantes, Shanghai, Bombay, Calcutta, Bombay, Saigon, &c., &c., &c.

É. Delbanco, acting manager

T. Poirier, cashier

John G. Hodgson, assistant cashier

M. Brussel, accountant

N. Willaume, assistant

F. L. Placé, do.

香港上海银行

Hong-kong Shang-hoi-nyan-hong.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor- poration, Wardley House, No. 1, Queen's Road

Draws on the London and County Bank, and on its own Branches and Ågencies in London, Shanghai, Yokohama, Bom- bay, Calcutta, Singapore, Rangoon, Bangkok, Saigon, Manila, Foochow, Amoy, Swatow, Ningpo, Kiukiang, Hankow, San Francisco, Valparaiso, Melbourne, Sydney, &c.

Victor Kresser, chief manager H. Smith, accountant Gifford Moody

E. R. Smith

Ewen Cameron WV. S. Riddell

J. D. Woodford

C. J. Gonsalves

A. Jorge

F. P. do Rozario

David McLean, manager (Shanghai)

Thos. Jackson, account.

do.

Wm. Murray

do.

George E. Noble

do.

Herbert Cope

do.

do.

Manoel Pereira

do.

M. A. de Carvalho

John Grigor, manager (Yokohama)

Wm. Gibson

L. J. da Silva, Jr.

do.

do.

John S. Louden, agent (Foochow)

E. J. Pereira

do.

Robert Stevenson, agent (Calcutta)

W. H. Vacher, manager (London)

man Man gamitin

金寶銀行

Kam-po-ngan-hong.

Oriental Bank Corporation, Queen's Road. Draws on the Bank of England, Union Bank of London, and Head Office, Threadneedle Street, London; and on Branches at Bombay, Calcutta, Ceylon, Kurrachee, Madras, Mauritius, Singa- pore, Melbourne, Pondicherry, Sydney, Foochow, Shanghai, and Yokohama. The Corporation also issues circular notes and letters of credit, negotiable in all places of importance throughout the world.

James Berwick, acting manager C. Morland Kerr, acting accountant J Melville Matson, act. sub-acet. Geo. O. Scott, assist. acet. & cashier L. Prior, assistant accountant F. J. Barros, clerk

F. Freire,

do.

L. d'Araujo Roza, do.

F. d'Azevedo, do.

J. G. Rickard, act. agent (Foochow) T. J. Gardiner, assist. act. and cashr. A. Marques, clerk

John McDonall, manager (Shanghai) Alex. Paterson, act. sub.-manager L. Cameron, acting accountant G. Lethbridge, act. sub-acct.

D. A. J. Crombie, assist. acct. & cashr. Wm. McMicken, assistant acct. P. M. de Carvalho, clerk

L. J. Pereira,

Thos. Pavn Jr.

G. M. Carvalho,

do.

do.

do.

J. Robertson, actg.agent (Yokohama)

HONGKONG-BANKS-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Joseph Russell, cashier & actg. act.

E. F. Ansell, asst. accountant

H. B. Walker,

do.

B A. Peres, Jr., clerk

Merchants, Professions, Trades, &c.

亞担士

A-tam-se.

Adams, W. S., M.D., resident surgeon,

Seamen's Hospital

衣巴刺謙

E-pa-la-him.

Abdoolally, Ebrahim, & Co., merchants

Abdoolally Rajabally

Mahomedally Abdoolcadur

A. R. Ebrahim

Esoofally Bhoymea

T. Casumjee

Sooltanally Abdoolally

亞揸

A-char.

Achar, boarding house keeper, Upper Las-

car Road

亞打治

A-ta-jee.

Aderjee Sapoorjee, broker, Hollywood

Road

挨架北

Ai-ka-pak.

Agabeg, M., broker, No. 18, Wyndham

Street

埃架北

Ai-ka-pak.

Agabeg, A. L., Jr., merchant, No. 71, Wel-

lington Street

埃架北

Ai-ka-pak.

Agabeg, G. L., merchant, No. 20 S.,

Wyndham Street

亞美利顚爭打杯

A-me-Li-din-chan-Ta-boi.

Ameeroodeen Chandabhai, merchant

Anderson, Graham, bill and bullion broker,

residence, Albany

渣花杯

Cha-fa-bhoy.

142

Ameeroodeen, Jafferbhoy & Co., merchants:

10, Stanley Street

Ameeroodeen Abdoollatiff (absent)

Jafferbhoy Budroodine

T. Shuruffally

Arnhold,

Prava

瑞記洋行

Sai-kee-yeong-hong,

Karberg & Co., merchants,

Jacob Arnhold

Peter Karberg

Alexander C. Levysohn

F. Grobien

S. L. Heinemann

R. Menser

E. da Crux

L. Mendel (Canton)

貪毛治

Tam-moo-chee.

Aspundearjee Tamooljec, general broker

碧架布疋女服公司

Bae-ka-pom-put-ngri-foo-kung-see.

Baker & Co., S. W., Milliners, Drapers &c.

Queens' Road Central

S. W. Baker

Miss. Webber

巴毛近

Pa-moo-kan.

Balmoocan Davecurn

Hurbhuggut Naneckram

Ramduthjee Surroopchun

Gungudass Anunddila

D. Rustomjee Kotwal

班士

Pan-se.

Barnes, Leonard, coach builder and Go- vernment Undertaker, d'Aguilar Street

Barrington, T. W., House Land and Loan

agent, Wyndham Street

卑唎唎呵士

Be-li-li-os.

Belilios, E. R. merchant, Lyndhurst Ter-

race

E. R. Belilios

A. R. Belilios

142

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES,

B. J. de Aquino

A. E. Rosenthal, manager (Shanghai)

S. H. D. Cohen

A. Blum

(do.)

(do.)

S. E. Ezra

梳立治

A. Dentz

(do.)

(do)

J. S. Rolls

(do.)

(do.)

J. W. Doheny

(do.)

(do.)

L. Danenberg

(do.)

(do.)

辦匿

Pan-nik.

So-lap-jee.

Bhabha, Sorabjce Byramjee, broker, Gage

Street

標付

Bieuf-fue.

Bielfeld and Zachariae, wholesale and re-

tail dealers in cigars and tobacco, 86, Queen's Road

Otto Zachariae

Alex. Bielfeld

巴厘

Pa-lee.

Birley & Co., merchants, 29, Queen's Road

Arther Smith (England)

C. W. Murray

Francis Parry

do.

Thomas Smith (Foochow) Thomas Pyke

P. Macricar

A. B. da Roza

M. da Roza

W. W. Plaisted

J. G. T. Hassell

J. F. da Roza

Geo. S. Hardy (Canton)

H. L. Dalrymple (Foochow)

北力

Pek-lik-het.

Blackhead & Co., F., shipchandlers, Queen's

Road

F. Blackhead

F. Rapp, book-keeper

T. Algar (absent)

C. H. Schmidt

P. Brombery

布林

Bo-lum.

Blum Brothers & Co., merchants, Holly- wood Road, corner of Cochrane Street

Joseph Blum (absent)

Gobert Blum (do.)

W. S. Rosenthal, manager

J. W. Lewis

A. A. Kosenthal

Bonnett & Co., Milliners, Drapers &c.,

Wyndham Street

W. W. Bonnett

Mrs. Bonnett

Miss Gamble

搬為公司

Poon-nu-kung-se,

Borneo Company Limited, The, merchants,

Queen's Road

Also of London, Manchester, Calcutta,

Shanghai, Singapore, Batavia, Sarawak, and Bangkok

John Fraser (acting manager)

Geo. Crichtou

H. Nicaise

Henry Foss

F. J. dos Remedios

A. F. Ribeiro

W. H. Dalgleish acting manager,

Shanghai

H. D. Jamieson, Shanghai

R. M. Hay

do.

G. Faure

do.

B. de Souza

do.

A. Deniz

do.

波士文公司

Po-88-mun-kung-se.

Bosman & Co., merchants, Praya

C. H. M. Bosman

J. G. Determan

G. F. Parker

W. Poulsen

波素

P0-800.

Bourjau, Hubener & Co., merchants, Praya,

No. 5

Adolph Bourjau (absent)

Ernst Behre

H. Emil Hubener

Oscar Booth, (Shanghai) Frederik Clauss

F. Muselius

G. Wieler

do.

i

C. Peacock

R. Bourjau

E. M. da Silva

E. E. de Silva

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

H. Faber (Shanghai)

F. Kroeplien (do.)

包刺

Pao-la.

Bowra & Co., storekeepers, shipchandlers,

and auctioneers, Queen's Road & Praya

Frederick M. Harsant

Geo. A. F. Norris (govt. auctioneer)

Thomas Rogerson

Gus Fesefeld

J. B. Morris

William Garrett

J. F. Pereira

G. E. Tidd

Chas. Reed

杯地亞力山地利

Boi-ya-a-lak-son-ti-lee.

Boyer, Alexandre, Milliner, Draper, &c.,

Wellington Street.

A. Bover

Miss A. Deveaux

Miss H. Paramor

L. F. A. Callaço

巴勒架

Pa-lah-ka.

Braga, C. & Co., Chemists & Druggists

118, Queen's Road

C. Braga

J. L. Britto

爹呵

Ba-lan-da-na.

Brandão & Co., 29, Wellington Street

A. C. Brandão (Macao)

F. A. Gomes

A. J. Brandão

L. N. Brandão (Macao)

D. Alemão

A. J. Gomez

巴魯士

Pa-lo-se.

Burrows & Sons, S. E., merchants, 1, St.

John's Place and Wanchi

S. E. Burrows, Jun.

O. Hoffman Burrows

L. Mallory

巴律卑

Pa lot-pi.

143

Broadbear, Anthony & Co., shipchandlers,

Prava

E. D. Broadbear

T. J. Anthony

C. H. E Seimund

卜碌時

Book-look-see

Brooks & Co., Jas. A., Auctioneers, Wynd-

ham Street

亞都拿厘

Budroodin, A.

Ah-too-lar-lee.

Mahomed Hoossen Matabhoy, manager

Essabhoy Abdooleader

Lalmeah Mahomedjaffer (Canton)

Essabhai Jacoodeen

伯頓

Pak-tun.

Bull, Purdon & Co., merchants, Spring

Gardens

James Purdon (absent)

John G. Purdon

C. D. Nye (Shanghai)

S. H. Clarke (Foochow)

Geo. Dent

(do.)

H. W. Davis (Canton) W. Robertson (do.)

Antonio dos Santos Robt, Church (Shanghai) J. B. Robertson (do.)

Buncombe, W., Opiun inspector

M. A. Govea, clerk

A. J. da C. Rozaria, do.

Put.

Burd & Co., John, merchants, Praya

Frederick H. Block, (absent)

George J. Helland

Richard Deacon

H. Kiær

M. Poulsen

Rudo. Jensen-

查士

Po-cha-se.

Butcher, J. B. Saddlery, horse repository

and horse shoeing forge, Garden Road,

in rear of Murray Barracks

J. B. Butcher

Cocola

144

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

三貴

Sam-kwei.

Caldwell, D. R., Chinese interpreter,

Gough Street

柯雲大狀師

Ow-wan-tai-chong-se.

Cassumbhoy, E., merchant and commission

agent

E. Cassumbhoy

G. M. Agum, manager (Shanghai.)

do.

M. G. Patell,

巴倫治

Po-lun-jee.

Caldwell H. C., attorney, solicitor, &c., 29, | Cawasjec Pallanjee & Co.

Queen's Road

Henry C. Caldwell

W. H. Brereton

William Holden Harris

D. Caldwell, Junr.

M. de Azevedo

T. J. de Aquino

監麻

Cama.

Cama & Co., P. F., merchants, Webster

Street, Queen's Road

Bapoojee Pallanjee Ranjee, manager Framjee Hormusjee (Shanghai)

K. M. Eranee

Pestonjee, (Shang-

Dhunjeebhoy

hai)

P. J. Eranee (Shanghai)

監麻治

Cama-jee.

Camajee & Co., P. & A. C., merchants,

Pallanjee Cursetjee

S. M. Metta

Ruttonjee Cursetjee

F. B. Pustakia

得臣印字

Tak-sleun-Yan-chi-koon.

"China Mail" Office, Charles A. Saint, 2,- Wyndham Street, behind the Club

House, Overland China Mail, fortnightly for the home mail; China Mail, every evening except Sunday; Notes and Queries, monthly; China Punch, fort- nightly; Papers on China.

Charles A. Saint, proprietor & editor

N. B. Dennys, editor

E. Beart, book-keeper

A. Souza, asst. do.

G. M. Bain, reporter

Pedro de Barros, shipping reporter

J. J. do Rozario, compositor

Queen's Road

A. C. Camajee

D. M. Metta

J. Naorojee

加路威士

Ka-lo-wit-se.

Carlowitz & Co., merchants, Office, No. 2,

d'Aguilar Street, formerly Bank of In-

dia

R. von Carlowitz

G. Hitzeroth

A. Eimbeke

J. O. Hoyer

F. Herbig

G. Dautzenberg

D. Buse

加心烏孝

Ka-sum-nu-how.

R. Martins,

do.

N. Siqueira,

do.

E. Siqueira,

do.

G. S. Botelho,

do.

可苗治

Ho-mui-jee.

Chinoy Ardaseer Hormusjee, broker, Gage

Street

哥刺

Co-lah.

Cholah, J. B., merchant. Lyndhurst Ter-

race

今孖些印字館

Kam-ma-she-yun-tsz-kun.

"Commercial Printing Office," Graham

Street

J. A. da Luz

各臣

Kok-son.

Cassum Nuthoo, Broker, No. 22, Peel Coxon, A., bill and bullion broker, Castle

Terrace.

Street

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

145

氈架罵

Ka-lim-ma.

cooks, No. 1, Stanley Street

N. Cremer

丹地刺

Tan-ti-la.

Cremer & Co., N., confectioners and pastry Dantra, H. B., G.G., M.C., medical prac.....

M. Gebb

F. Donath

姪打

Chat-ta.

Chater, C. P., bill, bullion & share broker,

office, Lyndhurst Terrace; residence,

Caine Road

打打杯衣彫治

Ta-ta-pui-e-tew-jee.

Dadabhoy Eduljee, merchant, Wellington

Street

"

孖新剌聞紙館

Ma-la-

1-san-mun-chi-koon.

Daily Press" Office, Wyndham Street, opposite St. Paul's College, Daily Press,

English edition, published every morn- ing; Chinese edition, three times a week. Overland Trade Report, publish- ed twice a month, on the morning of the departure of the English Mail; Daily Press edition of the Straits Times Extra, on the arrival of the inward mails; and agents for the London and China Herald.

Y. J. Murrow, (England)

Alfred Percy Sinnett, editor Wm. H. Bell, lessee & publisher A. Noel Blakeman, reporter

Harry Corran,

do.

Samuel Hember, foreman

Adelino A. V. Ribeiro, compositor

H. J. Franklin,

do.

J. dos Santos,

do.

A. F. dos Santos,

do.

F. S. Almario,

do.

A. A. Pereira,

do.

Aaron Gindell, bookbinder

L. J. das Chagas

Chinese Edition.

Chang A'leong, general manager

担咪杯

Dom-ma-boy.

Damaboy, F. M., merchant, Gage Street

Hassam Somjee

titioner, Hollywood Road

的氈云巴氈

Tit-chin-won-pa-chin.

Deetjen & Von Bergen, merchants, &c.

E. Deetjen

E. W. von Bergen (absent)

C. Schlesicke, clerk

地眞呢亞

De-en-na-ar.

Degenaer, F., merchant, 3, d'Aguilar St.

L. A. Juvet, clerk

Denis Freres, merchants,

G. Denis

F. R. Silva

地思原化

Ti-8z-li-fa.

De Silver& Co., storekeepers, shipchand

lers and auctioneers

Harrison T. De Silver (absent)

Thomas D. Tillinglast

T. H. De Silver

J. T. Tavares

疏沙印字館

So-sha-yan-tze-koon.

De Souza & Co., printers, stationers, and

bookbinders, publishers of the Portu-

guese weekly paper, Echo do Poro,

Hollywood Road

J. J. da Silva e Souza

H. Danenberg, book-keeper

A. J. da Silva e Souza, manager Job da Silva e Souza

Generoso Nunes

Hymocrates da Silva Marcos Machado

C. Marçal

Manoel M. C. Rodrigues

Filomeno de Senna

J. Alonço

東源行

Tong-hün-hong

Derode Freres, P. & P., merchants, 17,

Gage Street

V. Lavoisier

A. Fevez

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

C. Messein

科舌

F. Vincenot

J. B. Lopes

Fa-set.

Fawcett & Co., shipchandlers, storekeepers,

&c.

J. W. Pearce

To-lan.

A. Bleecker

Dolan, W., sailmaker, Duddell Street

多士

J. J. Pearce

花嬌臣

To-se.

Fa-ku-sun.

Dods, George, M.D., L.R.C.S.E., physician Ferguson & Co., A., shipwrights, Praya W.

and surgeon

Bay View, Arbuthnot Road

Dryer & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

F. Drever

C. Budde

Drucker, H., ship broker, Wyndham Street

都砵士

To-put-se.

Dubost & Co., merchants, 10, Queen's Road

G. Dubost

V. Boulland

Chas Faunége

P. Broggy

H. de Bony (Foochow)

衣墩治

E tun-jee.

Eduljee & Co., F. and H., merchants, No.

8 Lyndhurst Terrace

Bomanjee Muncherjee, partner

Eranee & Co., B. K., merchants

B. K. Eranee

R. C. Rutnagur

D. Dorabjee

Elmenhorst, Th. H., Jr., broker, 39, Wynd-

ham Street

霍近拿

Fak-kun-na.

Falconer & Co., G., watchmakers, jewel-

lers, &c., Queen's Road Central

G. Falconer

A. Harley

J. Noble

A. Smith

J. Thompson J. Urquhart R. Philipps Thos. Morgan

H. Fehrs

J. D. Mever

A. D. Mitchell

G. A. Manthey, clerk

桃嬌厘道

Fik-qu-le-do.

Figueiredo, J. M. V. de, general broker,

Peel Street

非沙

Fee-sha.

Fischer, Maximilian, exchange and bullion.

broker, Glanseskin House, Seymour Rd.

疏鯵治

So-lab-jee.

Framjee Sorabjee, general broker, Resi-

dence, Gage Street

Framjee, Merwanjee, merchant, No. 7,

Gage Street

B. Framjee, manager

D. Eduljee

P. Hormusjee

M. N. Morana

衣厘士

E-lee-se.

Freeland, J. Ellis, M.D., C.M., 53, Wynd-

ham Street

夫力士

Fe-lik-se.

Freerks, Rodatz & Co., ship chandlers and general storekeepers, No. 33, Scott's Lane

R. Freerks

G. C. F. Rodatz

L. G. Maner

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147

D. D. Ghandy,

(Bombay)

B. Pestonjee (Shanghai)

Fat-lun-sai-min-pow-kong-se.

佛蘭西麵飽公司

F. J. Silveira

French Bread Company, Elgin Street

佛蘭西麵飽公司

Fat-lun-sai-min-paw-kong-se.

French Bread Company, 28, Wellington

Street

F. Yanffret

D. Guglieri

頓治杯

Dun-jee-pui.

Furdonjee Dhunjeebhoy, merchant

Cowerjee Cowasjee

Framjee Dorabjee

加士故狀師

Ka-se-ku-chong-see.

Gaskell, William, attorney, solicitor, and

notary public, 2, Club Chambers, d'Agui-

lar Street

Wiiliam Gaskell

John J. Francis, articled clerk

S. J. Guttierrez clerk

Munchoy, Chinese interpreter

加列

Ca-lut.

Garrett, Miss, milliner, &c., Queen's Road

Miss Garrett

Miss Lowe

Mrs. Hams

Mrs. White

E. Marques

急鐘鏢店

Kup-chung-piu-teen.

Gaupp & Co., Charles J., watchmakers

and jewellers, Queen's Road

L. Gaupp

H. Gaupp

刧佛

Kip-fat.

Gifford & Co., merchants, No. 2, Gough

Street

間地

Kan-dee.

Ghandy & Co., M. D., Hollywood Road

Dinshaw Dadabhoy Ghandy, (B'bay)

(do.) Jeevunjce Bomonjee Metta,

F. D. Lalcaca

N. H. Lalcaca

F. J. Vusaigera

B. J. Metta (Shanghai)

公司

刧公

Gip-kung-see.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

H. B. Gibb

E. F. Duncanson (Shanghai)

Francis Porter

W. H. Gibb (absent)

J. P. Duncanson

J. M. Vickers

Gavin Thomson A. M. Case A. McLeod Holmes Granger

W. O. Morrison

(do.)

H. S. Hancock (Canton)

A. M. Gepp

(do)

H. Lowcock (Foochow) H. P. Tennant (do)

F. G. White (Shanghai) J. F. Hudson (do) C. G. Webb (do)

F. Carey

J. Sharp

(do) (do)

R. M. Williams (do)

J. H. Blair (do)

E. H. Hancock (Kiukiang) absent

E. G. Hamilton (do)

A. G. Wood (Hankow)

太平洋行

Tai-ping-Hong.

Gilman & Co., merchants, 6, Praya

R. J. Gilman (England)

C. A. Wild (Foochow)

H. B. Lemann (Shanghai)

W. Lemann

E. H. Lavers (Shanghai)

H. F. Ramsay (absent)

C. T. Deane

A. W. Glennie

W. Park

J. da Costa

(do)

F. d'Iffanger (Foochow) C. J. Melhuish Thomas Fairhuirt (do) G. Wallis (Shanghai) W. Lowe (do) F. Green

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H. Wallis (Shanghai)

W. Miller

(do)

E. Tobin

(do)

W. Pugh (Kiukiang)

W. G. Price (Hankow)

T. Foster, Junior (Yokohama)

J. Tonso

哈杯

Hap-bi-boy.

(do)

Habibhoy, Rehemobhoy, merchant Byramjee Jeevanjee, manager

Versey Vulley, clerk

M. Currim

C. Bogha

M. M. Hkaeem

仓治當

Hut-che-tom.

Hagedorn & Co., merchants and commis-

sion agents

F. W. Hagedorn

亞士加以士麽

A-sze-Ka-E-sze-mo.

Hagii Ali Asger and H. Ismail

Mahomed Ebrahim

Mahomed Sadeck

S. Emamoodeen Sooratee

希士倫狀師

He-se-lun-wong-ka-Chong-se.

Hazeland, Francis Innes, attorney, solici

tor, and notary public; crown solicitor

and Queen's proctor, Supreme Court

House; residence, Albany

F. I. Hazeland

R. Amos

T. E. Habgood

J. A. Barretto, Junr.

Ng' Acho

曷公司

Hot-koong-ez.

Heard & Co., Augustine, merchants

Queen's Road

John Heard (absent)

Augustine Heard, Jr. (absent) Albert F. Heard

George F. Heard

Robert Fearon (Shanghai)

George F. Weller

W. C. Hunter

F. A. Seabra

E. Reimers J. Jackson, Jr.

O. A. da Cruz

J. P. Pereira J. C. d'Aquino J. M. Baptista P. F. da Costa

C. L. Austin

L. P. Thomas

M. Daly (Foochow) F. Stone

(do.)

J. Pettreck (do.) J. K. Cunningham (do.)

J. P. Cowles

(do.)

C. W. Orne (Canton)

E. L. H. Crace (do.)

Geo. B. Dixwell (Shanghai)

C. E, Parker

E. G. Low

F. Reding

C. E. Endicott

H. B. Endicott

H. C. de Figueredo

T. H. Hargreaves

A. T. da Cruz

(do.) (absent)

H. G. Bridges (Hankow)

M. de Souza

(do.)

A. O. Gay (Yokohama)

J. T. Fraser (do.)

Gustave Farley (do.)

希士公司

Hee-se-kung see.

Hesse & Co., merchants, 54, Queen's Road

A. Hesse

L. Stael

H. Stolterfoht

売士突打

Hok-sz-tat-ta.

Hochstetter, C., watchmaker and jeweller,

Queen's Road

C. Hochstetter

E. Lemattre, assistant

Hogg & Co., Alfred, merchants, Queen's

Road

A. G. Hogg

H. Johnston

蝦刺爹威士

Ho-la-da-weise.

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants, Praya

John Holliday (Manchester)

C. W. Farbridge

(do.)

Richd. L. Coller (Manila)

Richard Rowett

J. F. Holliday

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

J. P. Barnes (Shanghai)

J. B. Coughtrie

T. D. H. Hodges

J. M. O. Lima

A. J. Vieira

J. C. Ridge (Foochow)

D. L. Hunter (Shanghai)

C. J. Tatham

J. Barros

(do.) (do.)

E. R. Holberton (Hankow) C. Roetzschke (Manila)

E. Jones

(do.)

E. Andrews

(do.)

#1

Hom-see.

Holmes, Geo., & Co., ship & general bro-

kers, &c., No. 2, Peddar's Hill

Geo. Holmes

香港蘇打水館

Heong-kong-so-ta-shui-kun.

"Hongkong Soda Water Manufacturing

Company," No. 5, Graham Street

J. P. da Costa

D. A. de Eça

A. P. Gutteres, clerk

Hook.

Hook, J. S., Son & Co., ship brokers, &c.,

Praya West

J. S. Hook

T. R. S. Hook

F. G. Goodwin

Hun.

Hunt & Co., Thomas, shipchandlers and

auctioneers, Peddar's Wharf

J. B. Endicott

J. M. Armstrong

L. P. Ward

D. S. Marques

J. B. Endicott, Junr. A. Fonseca, Junr. J. N. Jameson

P. Harms, ship-yard J. M. Emanuel, do.

J. Parsons, steam bakery J. Parsons, Junr.

林罷

Lum-pa.

149

Ismael, boarding-house keeper, Circular

Pathway

占未臣

Chim-me-son.

Jamieson & Barton, general brokers, in-

spectors of Opium, & commission agents

Gough Street

Zeph. Barton

W. J. Shaw

J. M. de Azevedo

卑亞杯

Pe-a-puy.

Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy, merchant, Welling-

ton Street

Mahomed Khetsey

Bundeally Mahomed

Allaruckhia Johnmahmed

T. Dewjee

Remtoola Sazun (Shanghai)

E. Mahomed

衣彫治

E-tew-chee.

(do.)

Jamsetjee Eduljee, general broker, No. 8,

Lyndhurst Terrace

渣顛

Cha-teen.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants, East

Point

Robert Jardine (England)

James Whittall (absent) William Keswick

H. St. L. Maginac Edward Whittall (absent) F. B. Johnson (Shanghai)

Henry Murray

M. P. Jukes

J. A. Barretto P. G. Laurie

W. Kirby W. Hastings W. Paterson

A. F. Chambers

F. C. Sauermann H. G. James

R. Hodge T. Wallace

J. F. da Costa F. H. Azevedo

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

150

F. A. Vandenberg

A. d'Eca

G. dos Remedios

A. de Britto

L. Barretto

F. G. Newton (Canton)

R. A. Houstoun (Shanghai)

E. W. Batt

(do)

H. Beveridge

(do)

Peter Orme

(do)

E. Fischer

(do)

C. George

(do)

M. H. Cromartie

(do)

G. R. R. Gleimens

(do)

W. Jaffray

(do)

B. A Clarke

(do)

G. Bech

(do)

E. O. dos Remedois (do)

A. J. Vandenberg (do)

D. Patridge (Berwick Walls) (do)

R. F. Hamilton (Foochow)

T. A. Lyon

C. Noack

T. G. Glover

(do)

(do)

(do)

S. J. Gower (Hankow)

A. L. Pearcy (do)

R. Anderson (Kiukiang)

H. P. Austin (Yokohama)

招刺士

Chew-le-se.

Julez, Euziere, & Co., Hairdressers, Queen's

Road

波架

Po-ka.

Kirchner, Böger & Co, merchants, No. 9,

Gough Street

A. Kirchner (absent)

H. Böger

C. F. Grossmann

A. Reka

Lange Wilh, piano and harmonium tuner

and repairer, 94, Queen's Road

阿厘架

O-le-ka.

Ladage, Oalke & Co., tailors and clothiers

Queen's Road.

D. Oelke, (absent)

F. Koss

E. Wennmhos

押件臣夜冷館

A-kin-shun Ye-ling-kwan.

Lammert, Atkinson & Co., shipchandlers

and auctioneers, Queen's Road

G. R. Lammert

Geo, Whitehouse

Otto Friedrich

Jose Maria Guedes, Jr.

E. F. Fonseca

R. B. Suiel

蔥士田

Lan-se-teen.

Landstein & Co., merchants, Stanley Street

Wm. R. Landstein

H. E. C Abendroth

C. Erdmann

E. Martins

A. F. Pereira

連架刺佛

Lan-ka-la-fat.

Lane, Crawford & Co., generalstorekeepers

and shipchandlers, Queen's Road

Thomas Ash Lane (absent)

Ninian Crawford (absent)

David R. Crawford

Joseph Hayes (absent)

John Wilson (Shanghai)

Henry Lucas

F. de Sá

John S. Cox John Fairbairn

Albert Scott Henry Relph

W. S. Rogerson

John Knowles

Henry Crawford Fogarty

A. B. Souza

Henry Dver

(Shanghai)

Thomas C. Russell

(do.)

Henry Everall

(do.)

Andrew Morton

(do.)

1

J. Harvey

(do.)

得忌利士

Tak-ke-le-sz.

Lapraik & Co., Douglas, merchants, d'

Aguilar Street

John S. Lapraik A. McG. Heaton

Joseph E. Manger A. T. Manger A. F. dos Remedios M. de Souza

A. G. dos Remedios

爹厘

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Lee-fu-se-le.

Leavesley, H., agent for Perkin and Sons'

Aniline Dyes, 1 S., Hollywood Road

厘付來

Le-fu-loy.

Leveroy, J. R. J., general broker

4

洛气微生

Lock-Ehet-E-shang.

Lockhead, John, medical practitioner,

Elgin Street

雷臣

Lui-son.

Lutkens, L. S., merchant

馬遮臣

Ma-jee-son.

Margesson & Co., merchants, Club Cham-

bers

H. D. Margesson

F. S. Schutze

J. P. Lalor (Foochow)

E. M. Murray (do.)

F. P. Senna (Macao)

F. C. Marcel (do.)

麥當拿厘

"Mak-ton-na-lee.

McDonald & Co., A., shipwrights, West

Point, next the Gas works

A. MacDonald

J. MacDonald

G. Wilson

麥當拿

Mak-ton-na-lee.

McDonald & Co., J., shipwrights and

blacksmiths, Wanchai

J. S. McDonald

B. Stanford

物都古

Mat-to-ku.

McDougall & Co., engineers, Spg. Gardens

H. McDougall (absent)

S. Speechly, engineer

J. Henderson, blacksmith

McGregor & Co., R., merchants and auc-

tioneers

J. C. Baldwin (absent) David Welsh

馬嬌云

Ma-kiu-wun.

151

McEwen & Co., shipchandlers, auctioneers,

and commission merchants, Queen's

Road Central

John Smith

John F. Rose

Alex. F. Smith

Henry Gibson

黑馬道

Mac-mah-to.

McMurdo, R., government and marine ·

surveyor, Bonham Road West; office,

Club Chambers

中環醫房

Chung-wan-yueh-fong,

Medical Hall, 48, Queen's Road

H. Kauffmann, M.D., Proprietor

R. Livingston Mearns, manager

R. Roseveare, dispenser

乜者士

Mat-che-see.

Melchers & Co., merchants, Graham Street,

No. 4

Hermann Melchers (Europe) Adolf André

O. Benecke

W. Reiners

Mellish, Edward, exchange and bullion

broker, No. 11, Arbuthnot Road

孖近低印字館

Ma-cun-tye-yan-tsz-kun.

"Mercantile Printing Office," corner of

Old Bailey and Stanton Street

E. Ferreira

Millar, A., plumber and gas fitter, Queen's

Road West

麻地公司

Mo-tee-kung-se.

Mody & Co., N., Queen's Road, No. 40

Nusserwanjee P. M. Feroze, manager

Rustomjee Pestontjee Curranee Ruttonjee Manockjee

Manockjee Bomonjee

Sorabjee Merwanjee

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

麻地

Mo-tee.

Mody, H. N., bill, share, & general broker

and auctioneer, Graham Street

麼件欖拔

Mo-kin-lum-pat.

Morgan, Lambert & Co., brokers, &c.,

Aberdeen Street

C. H. Morgan

Edward Norton

J. Ross Anton John Fonseca

J. Collaço

Morgan & Co., W. M., brokers, &c.

W. M. Morgan

Morris, J. B., General news agent, Queen's

Road

茂刺個羅臣

Mow-la-Ko-lo-sun.

Müller & Claussen, clothiers and ship-

chandlers, Queen's Road, No. 10

A. Müller

C. H. Claussen

F. Goltermann

James Galway

E. Farrell

A. A. Nunez

孖匣皇家醫生

Ma-lee-wong-ka-e-sang.

Murray, J. Ivor, M.D., colonial surgeon,

Elgin Terrace

Natha, H. A., merchant, Gage Street

A. Osman, assistant

Nathoo, C., broker, Peel Street

Nathoo, N., broker, Peel Street

囉郎也印字館

Lo-long-ya-yun-tze-un.

Noronha & Sons, government and general printers, Oswald's Terrace, Wellington

  Street, ("Government Gazette," and Chinese edition of the same, published every Saturday, "Chinese Gazette" published every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.)

 H. L. Noronha D. L. Noronha

L. Noronha

B. P. Campos, foreman

F. F. Pinna, compositor

J. S. Pereira do.

F. Xavier

do.

打笠治麵飽公司

Ta-lab-chee-min-pow-kong-se.

Nowrojee, D., baker, Queen's Road

Dorabjee Nowrojee

Sorabjee Cowasjee, clerk

F. Rustomjee, broker F. Cowasjee

E. Muncherjee

Nowrojee & Co., merchants N. Nusserwanjee

C. Bomdujee (Calcutta)

F. Eduljee

D. Furdorojee

(do.)

B. Nusserwanjee

鴨都刺利

Ap-doo-la-lee.

Nuzerally Abdodally, merchant, Gage St.

M. Ebrahim

何生治

Ho-sung-chee.

Nowrojee Hosungjee, merchant, Holly-

wood Road

阿厘仁他藥房

O-le-gan-ta-yeang-foo.

"Oriental Dispensary and Soda Water

Manufactory'

17

F. P. Soares & Co., druggists, corner

of Wellington and Peel Streets F. P. Soares, manager

J. Sanches

S. Robello

O'Brine, R. A., M.D., medical practitioner,

Alexander Terrace

阿打

O-ta.

Oldach, C. G., ship and general broker,

Wyndham Street

阿利芬

O-le-fun.

Olyphant & Co., merchants, Praya

R. M. Olyphant (New York)

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

W. W. Parkin (New York)

Wm. Neilson

(do.)

A. A. Hayes (Shanghai)

George W. Talbot (do.)

E. A. Hitchcock

J. M. Mur

W. N. Olmsted

C. W. Barnes

J. B. Smith

J. A. da Luz

O. Bullock

(Shanghai)

J. F. Seaman, Jr.

(do.)

H. S. Geary

(do.)

F. Reid

(do.)

E. U. Smith

(do.)

J. H. Wisner

(do.)

J. M. Couto

(do.)

T. Pim

(Foochow)

W. L. Welsh (do.)

J. Maitland (Amoy)

F. B. Talbot (Canton)

W. Dealtay (Kiukiang)

伯架公司

Pak-ka-koong-se.

Parker & Co., ship brokers and commis-

sion merchants

J. W. Torrey

"Patent Slip," East Point

John Jack

H. M. Leslie, clerk

James McConnachie, blacksmith

Alex. Greig, foreman carpenter

班時佛大狀師

Pan-se-fut-tai-chong-se.

Pauncefote, Julian, attorney-general, office,

Supreme Court House (absent)

J. S. Rodrigues, clerk

丕臣治

Pe-son-chee.

Pestonjee Setna, broker, corner of Peel

and Gage Streets

Muncherjee Pestonjee Setna (absent)

Ardasseer Pestonjee Setna

Hirjibhai Pestonjee Setua

不打臣

Pe-ta-son.

Petersen Bros. & Co., shipchandlers and

storekeepers, 67, Praya

Edward B. Petersen

R. A. H. T. Glusenkamp

非立士麽

Pi-lip-gi-mo.

153

Phillips, Moore & Co., merchants, Queen's

Road West

J. Phillips (England)

E. Cohen (do.)

P. Cohen

(do.)

H. Cohen, manager

Charles C. Cohen

M. Moore

波律大狀師

Po-lat-tai-chong-se.

Pollard, Edward H., Q.C., barrister,

Queen's Road; residence, Castle Road

E. H. Pollard

Florentino dos Remedios

F. D. Guedes

盤自杯

Poon-tee-pooy-

Poonjabhoy, Dhurumsey, merchant, Lynd-

hurst Terrace

Veerjeebhoy Nunjeebhoy, manager

G. H. Ebrahim

A. I. Rodrigues

Alleybhoy Cataw

Moosabhoy Munjeebhoy (S'hai)

Pubaney, E.

標班呢

Pu-pan-le.

Rahimbhoy Fakeer, manager

Jairaz Luccumsey

A. Davejee

Sullaymanbhoy Cassumbhoy (S'hai)

M. Fackeer

布士増

Po-se-tow.

(do.)

Pustau & Co., W., merchants, Pottinger

Street

William Pustau (Hamburg)

William Probst (Shanghai) Julius Menke

Th. Probst (absent)

O. C. Behn

F. Lanken

H. Francke

A. da Silva

F. Bever

H. Kuhlmann

H. Boune

154

W. Smith

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

(Shanghai)

C. Grunendahl

(do.)

C. W. Siegfried

(do.)

A. V. C. Cordes

(do.)

Chas. Woodward (do.)

W. Siegfried

(do.)

Hugo Simonis

(do.)

John F. Cordes (Canton)

皇后大道藥房

Wong-home-ta-to-yeong-fong.

Queen's Road Dispensary, Wellington St.

A. de Souza

M. de Souza

羅凌也連

Lo-ling-med-lin.

Rawling, Medlen & Co., architects and

civil engineers, Club Chambers

S. B. Rawling, (absent)

G. A. Medlen

J. Studd

To Chack, draughtsman.

利公司

Lay-kung-see.

Ray & Co., auctioneers and commission

agents, Queen's Road

J. J. Ray

E. C. Ray

W. H. Ray

B. F. Gonsalves

Rumao do Rozario

J. M. dos Remedios

SVARA, Ale

ATRE PC Leen-fa.

Reynvaan Brothers & Co., general mer-

chants, corner of Gage Street and Lynd-

hurst Terrace

Wm. Reynvaan

G. Cerf

E. J. Martini

孻亞治

Lye-a chee.

Riach & Co., Jolin, ship builders, Praya

West

Jno. Riach

J. G. de Jesus, clerk

G. Anderson, foreman carpenter

羅士担臣

Lo-se-tom-son.

Ross, Thompson & Co., shipwrights. Spring

Gardens

A. Ross

Robert Kelly

拉+扣治

Las-tam-chee.

Rustomjee Ruttonjee, baker, Central Mar-

ket

連拿公司

如意洋行

Yu-i-yang-hong.

Lena-kung-82.

Raynal & Co., merchants, 18, Stanley St.

G. Ravnal

C. Milisch (Macao)

T. C. Kruse

泰和行

Tye-wo-hong.

Reiss & Co., Praya

Adolph Zimmern, manager

W. S. Foster, tea inspector, (Canton

and Coast)

利美打士

Lee-mee-ta-82.

Remedios & Co., J. J. dos, merchants, 16,

Gough Street

J. J. dos Remedios

Alex. Antonio dos Remedios

H. A. Leiria

J. H. dos Remedios

Rustomjee Ruttonjee

羅香里澳

Lo-cha-li-o.

Rozario & Co., merchants, Stanley Street

Marcos C. do Rozario

Claudino A. Marques

Francisco M. Gonsalves

S. Rodrigues

剌士

La-se-le.

科士打

Fo-se-ta.

Russell & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

Paul S. Forbes (absent)

Edward Cunningham

William H. Forbes

Frank B. Forbes

David O. Clark

Richard S. Dana David King, Jr. William H. Foster, Jr.

E. D. Barbour, (absent)

Emil Vogel

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

W. H. Dalmeida

C. A. Lovett

E. W. Stevens

J. W. Terry

John M. Forbes, Jr.

E. Rohl

Q. A. Guttierez

E. A. Encarnação

Solomon D. Sassoon

M. S. Gubbay (Shanghai) S. Moses

A. E. Benjamin

M. M. Saul

N. S. Ezra

E. A. Solomon

V. F. Rocha

A. J. Brandão

(do.)

Harvey Piper (Foochow)

E. A. Solomon (Shanghai)

155

J. A. Guttierez

J. Murray Forbes (Canton)

S. W. Pomeroy, Jr. (Shanghai)

J. S. Saul

J. W. Dunn

(do.)

E. A. Duglere

(do.)

E. S. Gubbay

(do.)

(do.)

F. D. Hitch

(do.)

G. H. Wheeler

(do.)

W. E. D. Bigsby (Shanghai)

E. Webb

(do.)

Charles A. L. Dunn, silk inspector

Isaac Joseph (Ningpo)

W. S. Macomber

(do.)

N. A. Joseph (Hankow)

F. T. Bush

(do.)

E. Abraham

(do.)

F. Johannes

(do.)

J. Abraham (Chefoo)

T. W. Eckfeldt, Jr.

(do.)

J. R. Dalmeida

(do.)

N. B. Hinckley

(do.)

W. S. Fitz (Hankow)

J. J. Howard (do)

M. G. Moore (Tientsin)

S. S. Gilbert (Kiukiang)

S. C. Rose

(do.)

C. G. Lenny

(do.)

F. F. Ellwell

(do.)

Edward Sheppard (Foochow)

E. J. David (Tientsin)

R. M. Cohen (Newchwang)

A. Ezra (Yohohama) Arthur Barnard (do.)

W. Buncombe, in charge Opuim

Godown

M. A. Gonvea

A. F. do Rozario

A. Fonseca in charge Cotton Go-

down

D. Benjamin (do.)

B. Pereira

(do.)

律士頓治

Lut-se-tan-jee.

Rustonjee, C., broker, Lyndhurst, Terrace

律頓治

Lut-tan-chee.

Ruttunjee, & Co., D., merchants, Lynd-

hurst Terrace

D. Ruttunjee

P. R. Doral

B. Framjee

沙治

Sa-chse

Sage, Edward J., merchant and commis-

sion agent, Club Chambers

E. J. Sage

C. Lopez

沙宣

Sa-soon.

Sassoon, Sons & Co., David, merchants,

Praya

Arthur Sassoon

卑各

Pee-kok

Sayle & Co., linen drapers, silk mercers.

tailors, &c., "Victoria Exchange," Queen's Road.

R. Sayle (England) W. J. Sterry

D. Savle R. Liddelow Miss Dover Miss Tanfield

F. F. Smith

J. W. Allen

E. Powys J. Morgan C. J. Frischling

T. J. Grooves W. F. Driscoll

C. A. Spring J. B. Abbott

E. Lilley

Coogle

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

山 打

San-ta

Sander & Co., merchants and commission

agents

F. Sander

Joseph Krummenacher

些刺時

She-la-se.

Schellhass & Co., Eduard, merchants,

A. Joost

P. Gabain

H. K. Stewart

P. G. Hübbe

N. A. Siebs

F. Hockmeyer

R. Werlich

H. Tornoe

A. Gotz

H. Hoppius (Shanghai) A. Gultzow (do.)

Queen's Road East

Eduard Schellhass (absent)

Ludwig Beyer

C. Ripke

H. A. Unbehagen

C. Bade

E. Pereira

K. Trautmann (Shanghai)

F. Claussen

(do.)

士茂公司

See-mit-kung-se.

Schmidt & Co., W., gun and rifle maker,

94, Queen's Road

Wm. Schmidt

W. C. Melville, engineer

思歸刺

Se-que-la.

Sequeira, P. A., Piano-forte tuner and re-

pairer, Jose's Lane, No. 4

昔打活

Shik-ta-wood.

Shaik Dawood, Shaik Amhed; merchant,

M. Ebraheem, assistant

霎大狀師

Shap-tai-chong-se.

Sharp, Edmund, attorney, solicitor, proc-

tor, and notary public, Bank Buildings

Edmund Sharp

W. W. Toller, solicitor, managing

clerk

Lindoro do Rozario

Lew Too Sang

禪臣

Seem-shun.

Siemssen & Co., merchants

G. T. Siemssen (Hamburg)

Woldemar Nissen (do.)

Rudolph Heinsen (Shanghai) G. W. Schwemann

W. Hülse

(do.)

G. Peters

(do.)

W. Koch

(do.)

H. Krüger (Foochow)

H. Peers

(do.)

西門士

Si-mon-se.

Simons, F., proprietor of the Commercial

Billiard Rooms, Stanley Street

士乜了者

Se-mut-A-cha.

Smith, Archer & Co., merchants, Praya

East

Caleb T. Smith (absent)

James B. Taylor C. Heitmann Henry C. Low

H. W. Heitmann

A. B. Bulkley (Canton) Geo. Hurlbut (Yokohama)

J. S. Blydenburgh (do.) · Colgate Baker

(do.) absent

W. J. Cruickshank (do.)

穌打水館

So-ta-shui-koon.

Soda Water Manufactory, Wellington St.

A. de Souza

J. de Senna

所羅門

So-lo-moon.

Solomon, Reuben, general broker, No. 3,

Arbuthnot Street

修巴打

Su-par-da.

Subadar & Co., merchants, Lansdowne

Terrace

S. D. Subadar

N. S. Subadar (Macao)

A. Byramjee Liboovalla

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

心之杯

Som-che-bhoy.

Somejeebhoy Visram, merchant

Somejeebhoy Visram (Bombay)

John Mahomed Somjee, manager

Goolam Hoosan Jacoōbbhoy

A. S. Khan (Macao)

B. John Mahomed (Canton)

士多厘

Se-tor-tee.

Storey, Son and Smedley, architects, sur- veyors and civil engineers, Bay View, entrance in Wyndham Street, opposite German Club

C. H. Storey (absent) C. Storey

J. Smedley

Tata, D. C., merchaut

D. C. Tata

H. M. Padha

D. Burjorjee

H. R. Cotwal

丹拿公司

Tan-na-Kung-se.

Turner & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

William Walkinshaw (absent)

Phineas Ryrie

W. S. Bryans (Shanghai)

E. C. Smith

J. Hart

J. H. Cox A. B. Abbott

J. A. de Jesus

M. de Carvalho

E. A. de Jesus

(do.)

R. Howie (Shanghai) W. H. Harton (do.)

E. Figgess

John Owen

W. F. Sharp

U. S. Naval Depot, Praya West

157

Caleb J. Emery, paymaster U. S.

Navy, in charge

Beck, clerk

華臣治

Wa-sun-jee.

Vassonjee, Dwarkadass & Co., merchants,

No. 10, Stanley Street

Ameeroodine Abdoollaliff (absent) Jafferbhoy Budroodeen

S. A. Abdoolekareem (Shanghai)

E. Jafferbhoy

A. Sajimbhoy

Jeevabhoy Buderbhoy

Ameerally Goolamhoossine (S'hai) Abdoolekader Ebrahim

A. Fyazally (Canton)

(do.)

Vincent & Cairns, surveyors, for govern- ment, for Lloyds, and for Local Insur- ance offices; office, Club Chambers, d'Aguilar Street

C. Vincent

R. H. Cairns

Wag-no.

Wagner, C., professor of music, 28, Holly-

wood Road

或架

Wak-ka.

Walker, R. S., & Co., merchants, Queen's

Road

Robert S. Walker

W. H. Notley

L. C da Silva

James Maclehose

J. Jardine, godownkeeper

Wanchai Steam Bakery, (Thos. Hunt &

(do.)

(Foochow)

Co.)

(do.)

A. W. Wilkinshaw (do.)

A. Hutchison (Hankow)

烏厘文

Oo-lee-man.

Ullman, A., draper, &c., Queen's Road

Central

Albert Ullman

"Victoria Dispensary," Peddar's Wharf

Geo. Glasse

J. Parsons, manager

香港藥房

Hong-kong-yeol fong.

Watson, A. S., & Co., Hongkong Dispen-

sary, Queen's Road

W. M. Bell, manager

A. Blumenthal, dispenser

A. Hunt

do.

J. D. Humphreys, book-keeper

Google

158

HONGKONG-HOTELS, TAVERNS, &c.

西營盤磨房

Sa-ying-poon-mo-fong.

West Point Rice and Sawing Mill"

A. D. Mitchell, manager

威麽

Wye-mo.

Williaume, J., general broker, West Ter-

race, Caine Road

J. Williaume

威見臣

Wai-keen-shun.

Wilkinson & Co., Alfred, merchants, Gough

Street

Henry Dickinson (Shanghai)

J. H. Cheverton

W. K. Hughes

T. B. Higson (absent)

T. Carritt

F. Major (Hankow)

H. B. Buckley (Shanghai)

F. Stokes

(do.)

Hotels, Taverns &c.

亞美泥威

A-mi-na-wi.

Army & Navy," Queen's Road

J. Foley

孟買酒館

Mang-mi-tsow-koon.

Bombay Tavern," No. 288, Queen's

ut

Road

Mariano Fernandez

巴列地士昆

Pi-lit-ti-se-quen.

"British Queen," No. 182, Queen's Road

George Thompson

澳魯鐸烟

O-lo-tok-in.

"City of Rotterdam," No. 250, Queen's

Road

Gerardu Fass

今孖素波樓

Kam-ma-so-po-low.

Commercial Billiard Rooms," Queen's

Road

F. Simons

架晏哥

Ka-long-an-ko.

"Crown & Anchor," No. 300, Queen's Rd.

J. Robertols

衣厘多刺道

E-li-to-la-to.

"El Dorado," No. 267, Queen's Road

P. Ketels

厭拜客店

Im-pai-hak-tim.

"Empire Tavern," E. W. Blackwood, proprietor, shipping agent for United

States Consul, No. 270, Queen's Road West

日耳曼客店

Yat-i-man-hak-tim.

"German Tavern," R. Devine, Queen's

Road West, No. 224.

"Gun Boat," 180, Queen's Road

J. Colderin

咸埔酒店

Ham-po-tsow-tim.

"Hamburg Tavern," No. 270, Queen's

Road

"

William Gardner

阿爹厘地夭立

Ho-te-le-de-u-lup.

'Hotel d'Europe," Hollywood Road

L. Lion

F. C. V. Ribeiro, clerk

阿爹地士歌倫呢士

Ho-te-li-de-se-ko-lon-nis.

"Hotel des Colonies," Queen's Road

P. Avril

厘化埔厘暗士

Li-fa-po-li-am-se

"Liverpool Arms," No. 230, Queen's Road

Joseph Borges

倫敦烟

Lon-tun-in.

"London Inn," No. 130, Queen's Road

G. W. Snelling

NAVAL AND MILITARY.

159

士得可爹厘

紅毛客店

Hung-mo-hak-tim.

"Mechanics' Arms," Circular buildings,

Queen's Road

J. McNulty

拿臣拿店酒

Na-shun-na-tsau-tim.

"National Tavern," Queen's Road West,

No. 292

John Olson

澳魯考士押堪

O-lo-how-se-at-hom.

"Old House at Home," No. 188, Queen's

Road

Jeronimo de Souza

豬星申花店

Ly-sing-sun-hak-tim.

"Rising Sun," Hotel, John Roche, pro-

prieter, Queen's Road West, No. 262

"Scandanavian," Queen's Road

H. Berus

46

Se-tak-ho-te-li.

Stag Hotel," No. 138, Queen's Road

Central

E. R. Holmes

屑地士威頓

Sit-ti-se-me-den.

"Union Tavern," Queen's Road

Antonio Spesptaiki

诫多厘客店

Vic-to-li-hak-tim.

"Victoria Hotel," No. 314, Queen's Road

R. Clark

BOARDING HOUSES.

Beltrão, Ignacio Ladder Street

Flores, Victoriano, Bridges Street

Julião, Victoriano, 285, Queen's Rd. West

Rayner, Geo.,

Smith, Peter,

Stewart, John,

}

Volkman, C. L., Williams, Wm.,

Queen's Road West

6, Queen's Road West

Queen's Road

29, Hollywood Road

Queen's Road West

HER MAJESTY'S FORCES IN CHINA & JAPAN.

Staff.

MILITARY.

Commanding H. M. Forces in China-Ma-

jor General J. R. Brunker Aide-de-camp-Captain G. W. Thompson,

1st Rovals

Assist. Military Secretary-Captain T. L.

Roberts, 99th Regiment

D. A. A. General-Captain R. J. Maxwell,

80th Regiment

D. A. Q. M. General-Captain W. Shaw,

73rd Regiment

Commanding Royal Artillery-Captain F.

Carey, R.A.

Military Chaplain-Rev. J. H. Cole, M.A. Staff Clerks, B. Sheridan, H. W. Petty,

D. Bell

ROYAL ARTILLERY.

Captain-F. Carey, Commanding in China

do. R. Hodson

Lieut.-T. Wood, Adjutant & Qr.-master

do. H. Vaugh, Fire master and Inspec-

tor of Warlike Stores

do. F. Brinkley

Assist. Surgeon-A. R. Smith

ROYAL ENGINEERS.

AT HONGKONG.

Lieut. Colonel J. W. Lovell, C.B., Com

manding Royal Engineers

Captain-C. W. Barry

Lieutenant-H. P. Lee

do.

R. Coates

160

NAVAL AND MILITARY.

ROYAL ENGINEER DEPARTMENT.

AT HONGKONG.

Clerk of Works, 2nd class-C. C. Taffs

Do. Do.

2nd class-J. Diack

2nd class-J. Horrell Temporary clerk-L. F. de Carvalho

2ND BATTALION 9TH REGIMENT.

HEAD QUARTERRS, YOKOHAMA. The Figure of Britannia

"Vimiera."

"Roleia."

"Corunna.'

"5

"Busaco,"

"Salamanca."

"Vittoria."

"Saint Sebastian."

"Nive."

"Peninsula."

"Cabool, 1842."

"Moodkee."

"Ferozeshah."

"Sobraon."

"Sevastapol."

Lt.-Col.-T. C. Knox, C. B. 18 Oct.

Major-S. Darling..

Captains-W. Daunt.

A. M. Cardew

C. J. C. Roberts... H. G. Grubbe

H. Gripps... A. G. E. Morley G. H. French. C. S. Perry.

Lients-C. M. Smith I.M.

1864

1861

29 Oct. 29 Feb. 1865 27 June 1856

6 May 1859 24 May 1861 29 Oct. .. 16 Apr.

3 Oct. 8 May

1861

1861

1862

1866

14 May 1858 30 July 1858

J. L. Bradshaw.... F. Glennie.

26 Feb. 1864 H. A. Bruce. 30 Aug. 1864 T. W. Clogstoun...9 June 1865 H. Bacon... 29 Sept. 1865 R. M. Jephson, staff, 19 Oct. 1865 W. S. Duthie,.................26 Jan. 1866 John Lovell, Ensigns-E. C. Maltby

E. P. Elmhirst G. J. Walsh...

12 July 1864 .8 Sept. 1864 20 Sept. 1864

C. H. Shepherd.....2 May 1865

W. C. Gray...

S. C. Welch.

.25 July 1865

.29 Sept. 1865

G. M. Seaton.................20 Dec. 1865

Puy W. Morrison, Capt. 29 Dec. 1861

master

Adjutant-A. F. B. Wright.. 8 Nov. 1857 Qr.-master-T. Stewett ....... 19 Dec. 1863 Asst. Surgeon-G. C. Piper..12 Sept. 1855

Do

J. N. Stock...31 Mar. 1865

FACINGS YELLOW.

Agents, Messrs Cox & Co.

E

73RD PERTHSHIRE.

CHINA. DEPot, Shorncliffe.

"Mangalore"

Colonel,

Seringapatam"

Waterloo."

Sir H. R. F. Davie, Bart. 9, 17 Feb. '65 Lieutenant Colonel.

Godfrey J. Burne,

John Cox Gawler, Frederick Reeve,

29 Nov. '64

Mujors.

30 Oct. '66

16 Nov. '66

Captains.

H. D. O. Farrington, P.S.C., Thos. Monsell Warren, Hugh F. H. Gibsone, John S. B. Mayne, Bolton J. A. Monsell, P., Wilkinson Shaw, P.S.C.S., Geo. Rowland Waugh, Geo. Sowley Holroyd, Win. Gordon,

29 July '62

2 Oct. '63 20 Oct. '65 14 April '63 20 April '66 7 Nov. '65

16 Jan. '66

16 Nov. '66

22 Jan. '67

Lieutenants.

2 July '58

1 Oct. 58

2 April '62

2 May '65

Arch. H. Sharp, W. Clarke, adjt.,

Jas. T. Turner, J. of M., John Whetham Boddam,

Howel Gunter,

Chas. E. S. Parker, Wm. Fred. Hill,

Rich J. F. Edgcumbe, Joseph Carne Ross,

Jas. Beardoe Doncaster, Robert Mitford,

Ephraim T. Sherlock, Geo. F. de Bude Davidson, Hen. Joseph Harrison, Wm. Harrison Preston,

23 June '65 4 Aug. '65 20 Oct. 65 20 April 66 16 Oct. '66

9 Nov. '66

20 Nov. '66

22 Jan. '67

19 Feb. '67 25 Sep. 67

Paymr.-Geo, Lewis Cuming, 6 Dec. '66 I. of M.-J. T. Turner, Lt., 26 Feb. '59 Adjutant-W. Clarke, Lt., 8 June '67 Quarter-master-J. G. Scott, 24 Feb. '57 Surgeon--John Hen. Hearn, 7 Aug. '67 Asst. Surg.-W. S. M. Price, 30 Sep. '64 G. B. Mouat, M.D., 2 Oct. '65

Facings, dark Green.

BARRACKS DEPARTMENT.

AT HONGKONG.

Barrack Master-Major T. H. P. Kennan Clerk-F. Ferreira

AT JAPAN.

Acting Barrack Master-J. Oxley

}

NAVAL AND MILITARY.

161

COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT.

AT HONGKONG.

Deputy Commissary General-R. Uniacke

(in charge)

Deputy Assistants Commissary General-

     W. F. G. Servantes, Geo. H. Phillips Temporary Clerk-R. M. Bonnett

AT JAPAN (YOKOHAMA.) Assistant Commissary General--C. F.

Potgieter

Deputy Assistant Commissary General-T.

S. Smith

MILITARY STORE STAFF. AT HONGKONG.

Assistant Superintendent-G. J. Pirkist Deputy Assistant Superintendents-W. W. Holworthy, J. White, D. O. L. Mac Dermott, R. G. Stack

Issuer of Stores-A. Delgarno Military Store Clerk, 1st class-F. Peake Temporary Clerks-C. Wagner, Jr., J.

Collins

AT JAPAN.

Deputy Assistant Superintendent-J. Oxley Foreman of Stores-J. Lyne

NAVAL.

Royal Naval Department.

Vice Admiral-The Hon Sir Henry Kep- pel, K.C.B., commander-in chief Flag Lieutenant-H. F. Stephenson Secretary-W. B. Riske (Paymaster)

H. M. NAVAL YARD, HONGKONG.

Commodore in charge of Naval Establish-

ment-0. J. Jones

Secretary to Commodore-F. A. Carter,

(Assistant Paymaster)

Master Attendant-Com, J. F. Loney, R.N.

(absent)

Naval and Victualling Storekeeper-A. H.

Price

Accountant-G. Shambler, R.N.

Senior Clerks-R. F. Hawke and M. F.

Plumer

Clerks-R. H. Grant, C. A. Andrews, J.

W. D. Thomson

Writers-J. Maitland, J. C. d'Aquino, V.

Danenberg, J. da Cunha

Inspector of Machinery-

  Acting Chief Engineer-G. J. Barber Assistant Engineers-J. Mauley, R. Hall,

      J. A. Cooke Boatswain-Robert Metling Storemen-W. Boxer, J. Randell, W. Fer- guson, W. Collings, W. Gilby, H. Smith and L. W. Afah Carpenter in charge of Saw Mill-G. Leth-

bridge

Boiler Maker-J. Vincent Smith-J. Boggust

Moulder-T. Record

H.B.M. Squadron in China & Japan.

ACORN. Hospital Ship.

485 Tons.

China. At Shanghai.

Navigating, Lieutenant-Com.-~~

Paymaster-William E. Chown, 6 Feb, '65 (Additional for Service on Shore.) Surgeon-Peter M. Roe

Assist. Paym. John C. Coke

Assist. Paym. William J. Mayne, 6 Feb. '65

ADVENTURE, 2, Iron.

S. Troop Ship

400 H.P.

23 May '67

1794 Tons, China, Captain-D. H. Hickley, Lieutenant-H. E. Edwards....28 May '67 Geo. C. C. Cater 28 May '67 A. Bloxsome

do.

do.

Nav. Lieut.-John H. Tully Surgeon-Roht. Purves (acting) Paymaster-G. M. Blyth Chief Engineer-Cooper · Assist. Surgeon-E. W. Leet

ALGERINE, I. S. Gun-Verssel.

299 Tons. 80 H.P.

China.

Lieut. & Com.-C. E. Domvile, 14 Apr. '66 2nd Master in charge-J. R. W. Quinn Assistant Surgeon in charge-Thomas Red-

fern, M.D.,..

8 October 1864

Coogle

162

CHINA SQUADRON.

ARGUS, 6. P. Sloop.

981 Tons. 300 H.P. China.

Commander.-F. W. Hallowes, 23 Jan. '66 Lieutenant.-R. N. Tyruhitt, 23 Jan. '66 W. N. Murray, 23 Jan. '66

Nav. Lieutenant-W. H. James, 23 Jan. '66 Surgeon-K. H. Carroll...... 23 Jan. '66 Paymaster-J. B. Moorman, 23 Jan. '66 Chief Engr.-J. Roberts (act), 23 Jan. '66 Assist. Sury.-John N. Stone, 23 Jan. '66 Lientenant, additional Jas. C. C. Dennis

BANTERER, 3. S. Gun-Vessel. 60 H.P.

China and Japan.

Livutenant-John Pringle

Nar, sub-Lieutenant-A. S. de Ridder

"

BASILISK, 6. P. Sloop. 1,031 Tons. 400 H.P.

Captain-W, N. Hewett V.C. 15 Sept. '65 Lieutenant-R. L. Byng...... 18 Sept. '65 C. R. C. Hamilton 15 Sept. '66 Nav. Lient-W. R. Atkinson, 15 Sept. '65 Surgeon-F. G. Wilson...... 11 Sept. '65 Paymaster-D. T. Waugh... 14 Oct. '65 Chief Engineer-Wm. Brown, 20 Sept. '65 '65 Assit. Sury.-G. Monteath M.D. 25 Assist. Paymaster-C. S. Marsh, Mch. '67

BOUNCER, 3. S. Gun-Vessel.

"

60 H.P. Tender to Princess Charlotte.

China.

Lieutenant--K. H. A. Mainwaring

BUSTARD, 3. Gun-Vessel.

60 H.P.

Ching and Japan.

Lieutennat-C. F. W. Johnson Nor. Sub-Lieutenant-J. B. Palmer

COCKCHAFER, 3 Gun-Vessel. 60 H.P.

China and Japan,

Lieutenant-Howard Kerr

Nar. Sub Lientenaai--

CORMORANT, 4. S. Grn-Vessel.

695 Tons. 200 H.P. China.

Commander-Geo. D. Broad 23 Jan. '66 Lieutenant--E. R. Mathias.. 23 Jan. '66 H. L. Ryder (Act.) 15 June '66 Albert Neville.

"

Oct. '66 | 23 Jan. '66

   Surgeon-L. Lucas (Act.) Paymaster- Chief Engineer-R. Taylor.........23 Jan. '66

DOVE, 3. Gun-Vessel.

60 H.P. China and Japon.

Lieutenant-M. Dunlop

Nav. Sub-Lieutenant-J. N. Compton

DRAKE, 3. Gun-Vessel

40 H.P.

China and Japan.

Lieutenant-Chas. Crowdy 2nd Master-C. J. G. Cater

FIRM, 3.

Gun-Vessel.

60 H.P. China and Japan.

Lieutenant-H. W. Rochford

Thos. H. Flood

FLAMER. Hospital ship at Hongkong.

FORESTER, 3. Gune Vessel. 60 H.P.

China-In ordinary at Hongkong

GRASSHOPPER, 3. Gun-Vessel. 60 H.P.

China and Japan.

Lieutenant-John C. Patterson Nav. Sub-Lieutenant-H. Packer

HARDY, 3. S. Gun-Vessel. GO H.P. China and Japan.

In ordinary at Hongkong

HAVOC, 8.

Gun-Vessel.

.60 H.P. China and Japan.

Lieutenant-Y. O'Keefe ........ ...10 June '67

Nav. Sub-Lieutenant ) R. H. C. Hebden j

...10 June '67

ICARUS, 3. S. Sloop.

580 Tons.

150 H.P.

Chintt.

Comman.-Samuel P. Towsend 26 Feb. '66 Lieutenant-M. R. M. Griffith

Oxford Churchill. 10 Mar. '66 Nav. Lieut.-Jas. R. Osborn.....27 Feb. '66 Surgeon R. J. McMorris....26 Feb. '66 Paymaster-Chas. H. Wells.....26 Feb. '66 Sub-Lieut.-Reynell J. Fortescue8 Mar. '66 Asst. Surgeon-E. A. Hudson..24 Feb. '67

1

INSOLENT, 3.

60 H.P.

CHINA SQUADRON.

Gun-Vessel,

China and Japan.

Lieutenant L. C. Keppel, 20 April 67 Nav. Sub Lieut.-J. F. Atkinson Assist Surgeon-Geo. Clark

JANUS, 3.

Gun-Vessel.

40 H.P.

China and Japan.

Lieutenant-R. M. Llovd

G. S. Keigwin

LEVEN, 1. S. Gun-Vessel. 300 Tons. 80 H.P. China.

Lieutenant-O. S. Cameron Nav. Sub-Lieutenant-W. R. Fox Asst. Surgeon-H. D. Stanistreet

MANILA, Iron S. Vessel. 295 Tons. 70 H.P.

Master comdy.-J. R. Ryan 2nd Master in

charge of

Stores

Assist. Surgeon-C. G. Wordsworth

MELVILLE, Hospital Ship. China and Japan.

Deputy Inspect. Gen.-Robt. Bernard, M.

D.B.A.

Surgeon and Medical Storekeeper-Adam

R. Messer M.D.

Assist. Surgeon-J. P. Courtney

F. A. P. Haines, M.D.

Do.

OPOSSUM, 8.

60 H.P.

Gun-Vessel.

China and Japan.

Lieutenant-John E. Stokes

Nav. Sub-Lieutenant-J. W. Mc Farlane

OCEAN, 24. S. Ship. Armour plated.

4047 Tons. 1000 H.P.

China.

Capt.-Chandos S. S. Stanhope 27 July '66 Commander-A. R. Zinklar.. 17 Sept. '67 Lieutenants-Frank Rugemont, R. H. W. Cornwall, A. R. Kerr, Keppel Garneir, T. Leventhorpe Staff Commander-David Moore Captain Marine Artillery-Geo. Brydges 2nd Lieut. do. do.-Colpoys P. Heasloy Lieut. R. M. L. J.-Cadwallader Waddy

163

Chaplain and Naval Instructor-Rev. W.

E. Smith, B.A.

Surgeon-John Rovie

Paymaster-Richard Curgenven Chief Engineer-Samuel Madden Sub-Lieutenants-F. A. Gataker, W. A. Dackland (act.), C. B. K. Smith (act.) Asst. Surgeons-Samuel Davidson, M.D.,

S. Kellett (act.)

Asst. Paymaster-C. B. Willcocks, Ed.

Cocks (add.)

PEARL. 21 S. Corvette.

Captain-John F. Ross. 4 May '66 Lieutenant-Edward C. Royse 6 June '66

Augustus H. B. Bradshaw,

"

""

2 June '66 H. H. Grenfell......10 June '67 L. B. Crosbie. 10 June '67 Nav. Lieut-Arthur C. Dowdell 8 June '66 1st Lieut Mar.-Wm. T. Miller 10 May '66 Surgeon John T. Gabriel...... 4 May '66 Paymaster-John S. Moore.... 4 May '66 Chief Engr.-John G. Sheaman 28 May '66 Addl. Lieut.-Geo, Bedford.. 9 May '66 Assist. Surg.-E. V. De Merric 12 May '66 Assist. Paym.-Thos. Pullinger 4 May '66

""

PERSEUS, 17. S. Sloop. China,

Command.-Charles E. Stevens 23 Jan. '66 Lieutenant-Charles Johnstone 23 Jan. '66 John Hext.... 23 Jan. '66 Add. Lieutenant-W. H. Maund Nav. Lieutenant-W. J. Hooper...Oct. '66 Paymaster act.-C. J. Curgenven Chief Engineer-Geo. Mills... 19 July '66 Act. Surgeon-John Craw, M.D. 23 Jan. '66

PRINCESS CHARLOTTE, 12. Receiving Ship.

2443 Tons.

China. At Hongkong.

Commodore-0. J. Jones

20 Apr. '66

Secretary to the Commodore--F. A. Carter Lieutenant-S. Vanson

Additional-K. H. A. Mainwaring

Nav. Lieutenant-F. C. Corbet

Chaplain-Rev. John Kingston

44

(Additional for service in Melville" Hospital Ship.)

Inspector of Machinery Afloat-G. J. Bar-

ber acting Chief Engineer Paymaster-J. C. Meagher

Additional-John Pittis ........20 Dec. '64

164

Assist Surg. Robert Nelson

in charge

Assist Paym.-E. B. D'Iffanger

RINALDO, 7. S. Sloop.

951 Tons. 200 H.P.

CHINA SQUADRON.

Commander-Wm. K. Bush... 27 Oct. '66 Lieutenant-C. H. Farquharson 7 Nov. '66 St. Vincent Nepean 10 Nov. '66

""

Master-Win. Fregidgo Surgeon-Win. G. Ridings.. 15 Nov. '66 Paymaster-Richard Williams Chief Engineer-Wm. Smiley 1 Nov. '66 Asst. Surgeon-Richard Beamish

           M.D., (acting) 31 Oct. '66 Sub-Lieutent.--Geo. C. Higgins 3 Nov. '66

RODNEY, 78. S. Ship.

2770 Tons. 500 H.P.

Flagship. China.

Vice Admiral-The Hon. Sir Henry

Keppel. K.C.B. 18 Jan. '67 Flag Lieutenant-Henry F. Stephenson Secretary-Wm. Bond Risk (Paymaster) Clerk to Secretary-H. H. Jollye (Assis-

tant Paymaster)

Assistant Paymasters-Benj. Urwick, Jas.

Bowles

Captain-A. C. F. Heneage 18 Jan. '67 Commander-Ed. White.

     Additional Do.-R. E. Tracey... Lieutenant-W. E. De C. Cookson

Hardy Me. Hardy ..

A. H. Turnor.

T. P. Gurdon.

31

C. A. Woodroffe..

"

W. E. Bamber.

Aditional~A. K. Wilson..

Disposal-A. Ross

H. J. G. Garbett.

Staff Commander-W. H. Harris

Do. Additional-R. J. C. Grant

Captain R. M. L. I.

-Wm. G. Hale

Lieutenant R. M. A.

-F. A. Ogle

Lieutenants R. M. L. I.-F. Baldwin, A.

B. Crosbie

Chaplain and Naval Instructor-Rev. W.

A. Rutherford, M. A.

Surgeon-Geo. B. Newton....

Do. Additional-H. Fegen, M.D. (in lieu of Asst Surgeon) John Dunwoodie (for Yokohama Sick Qrs.)

""

Paymaster-Charles W. Harris Chief Engineer--James Coade Do. Additional-John Robson

Sub-Lieutenants-H. M. Tyler, F. W. San-

ders, A. McLeod, R. B. Clements, S. G. Smith, T. T. A. Smith

Assist. Surgeon-B. Gregory, W. Pattullo

M. D. (additional)

Assistant Paymasters-J. T. Hugo, T. A.

Irwin

Nav. Sub-Lieutenant--Joseph Procter

RATTLER, 17. S. Sloop.

950 Tons. 200 H.P.

Commander-J. T. Swann.. 7 Mch. '67 Lieutenant--G. H. Noel

T. H. Dickson.

Nav. Lieut.-J. A. Miller .... Surgeon-A. Mullen Paymaster-J. Kiddle.

Chief Engineer--R. W. Topp 19 May '64 Assist. Surg.A. W. Whitley 10 Sept. '62 Add. Lient. Philip B. Aitkens Assist. Paym.-T. D. Tongue..

RIFLEMAN, 5. S. Surveying Vessel. 485 Tons. 100 H.P. China Seas.

Nav. Lient, John W. Reed.. 2 Mar. '64 2 July '67

Nav. Lieut.-F. J. Ray

Nav. Sub-

...

Lieutenant...W. H. Petley... 6 July '67 Assist. Sury-Jas A. Gaven. 20 Nov. '63 Assist. Paym.Thos. Silk...... 18 Nov. '61

in charge..)

SALAMIS. P. Despatch Vessel.

835 Tons.

250 H.P. China.

Commander-Fras G. Suttie .. 1 Jan. '66 Lieut.-Ed. B. Pusey.

1 Jan. '66

Nav. Lieut.-Fred. À. Johnston 1 Jan. '66

Assist. Surg. John Frazer.....

in charge.. )

Assist. Paym. ( Francis J. Pull-

in charge..

inan

SATELLITE, 17, S.

1462 Tons. 400

China.

Captain-Joseph Edye... Lieut.-Charles S. Cardale

"J

>

Oct. '66

23 May '67

Corvette.

H.P.

Samuel L. Osborne. Sacheverell C. Dar-

win.....

13 Nor. '66

27 Oct. '66 14 Nov. '66

8 Oct. '66

Arthur S. Philloptts 30 Oct. '66 Master-John G. O'Connell... 27 Oct. '66 1st Lieutenant Mar.-Henry J. Bowman

27 Nov. '66

CHINA SQUADRON.

Chaplain & Rev. F. C. Antridge, M.A.

}

Nav. Inst. Surgeon-James N. Dick......31 Oct. '66 Paymaster-Herbert H. Gain 27 Oct. '66 Chief Eng.-William F. Capps 1 Nov. '66 Sub-Lieut.-Edward W. Burt 30 Oct. '66 Assist Surg.-Edward Meade 31 Oct. '66 Assist. Paym.-George Lawless 27 Oct. '66

""

ZEBRA, 1. S. Sloop. 951 Tons. 200 H.P. China.

Commander-E. J. Pollard .... 8 Feb. '67 Lieut.-A. G. M'Kechnie....... 20 Feb. '67 R. B. Pipon....... 9 Feb. '67 Nav. Lieut.-W. P. Haynes.....23 Mar. '67 Paymaster-H. H. P. Shanks..11 Feb. '67 Chief Eng.-Robert Madge....18 Feb. '67 Surgeon-Jas W. Leahy Assist. Surg-Chas. L. Ridout.

SLANEY, 1. S. Gun-Vessel. 301 Tons. 80 H.P. China. Lieut. & Com.-W. F. L. Elwyn 25 Oct. '64 2nd Master, Robt S. Evatt

Assist Surg., W. F. Ryall..... 2 May '67

in charge.. S

SNAP, 3. Gun-Vessel. 60 H.P. China and Japan. Lieutenant-Geo. Powys Navigating Sub-Lieut.-John Brown

STARLING, 3. Gun-Vessel. 60 H.P. China and Japan. Lieut. Hastings Dent Nav. Sub-Lieut.

China.

165

SERPENT, 4. S. Gun-Vessel. 690 Tons. 200 H.P. Commander-Chas J. Bullock 17 Apr. '65 Lieutenant-H. Rose

"J

C. J. Kent..

10 Apr. '67

Surgeon-Thos H. Taylor......20 Apr. '65 Paymaster-Henry E. Kitchen 20 Apr. '65 Chief Eng.-F. W. Sutton... 20 Apr. '65

WATCHFUL.

40 H.P. China and Japan.

WEAZLE, 3. Sc. S. Gun-Vessel. 60 H.P. China and Japan. Lieutenant-W. H. Richards Nav. Sub-Lieut.-E. R. Nankivell

WOODCOCK. Hulk, Hongkong.

PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS,

DEALING WITH FOREIGNERS.

General Chinese Merchants,

志興洛

Chi Hing Loong, 63, Bonhain Strand

West

振源行

Chun Yuen Hong, 12, Bonham Strand

West.

科聚源

Fook Choy Yuen, 54, Bonham Strand

聯隆行

Fook Loong Hong, 21, Bonham Strand

West

福茂名

Fook Mow Loong, 48, Bonham Strand

West

福裕隆

Fook Yue Loong, 50, Bonham Strand

厚和行

Haw Wo Hong, 120, Bonham Strand

興泰棧

Hing Tai Chan, 66, Bonham Strand

協利隆

Hip Wo Loong, 49, Bonham Strand

合昌行

Hop Cheong Hong, 60, Bonliam Strand

Hop Hing Hong, 124, Bonhamn Strand

恆豐行

Hung Foong Hong, 60, Bonham Strand

..

金祥吉

Kum Cheong Kut, 72, Praya

建昌行

Kin Cheong Hong, 60, Bonham Strand

West

建興行

Kin Foong Hong, 32, Bonham Strand

West

賡泰行

Kang Tai Hong, 47, Bonham Strand

公認昌

Kung Yue Cheong, 48, Bonham Strand

公義和

Kung Yee Wo, 40, Bonham Strand

均喩義

Kwan Yue Yee, 76, Praya

廣昌隆

Kwong Cheong Loong, 68, Bonham

Strand

兆祥

Kwong Chew Cheung, 104, Praya

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HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

開發源

Kwong Fat Yuen, 52, Bonham Strand

廣福和

Kwong Fook Wo, 76, Bonham Strand

新興昌

Kwong Hing Cheong, 58, Bonham Strand

West

興泰

Kwong Hing Tai, 56, Bonham Strand

廣恒泉

Kwong Hung Chuen, 100, Praya

席利源

Kwong Lee Yuen, 44, Bonham Strand

萬網

Kwong Man Cheong, 18, Bonham Strand

Wes

萬泰

Kwong Man Tai, 107, Bonham Strand

席萬和

Kwong Man Wo, 15, Bonham Strand

Vest

廣萬

"

Kong Man Foung, 110, Praya

--

帶泰

Kwng Mow Tai, 85, Bonham Strand

廣肪隆

Kwag Shun Loong, 61, Bonham Strand

永信

Kwog Wing Shun, 111, Bonham Strand

萬生行

Manšan Hong, 30, Bonham Strand West

莖成行

Man Shing Hong, 46, Bonham Strand

Wat

萬成咚

Man ling Loong, 70, Bonham Strand

寶南行

Po Nam Hong, 105, Bonham Strand

生源行

Shan Yuen Hong, 52, Bonham Strand

昌合

167

Shun Cheong Hop, 18, Queen's Road

West

新振成

Sun Chun Sing, 16, Bonham Strand

順和泰

Shun Wo Tai, 58, Bonham Strand

森茶行

Sum Mou Hong, 8, Bonham Strand West

天和祥

Tien Wo Cheong, 18, Webster Street

向大康

Tung Tai Shing, 15, Bonham Strand

West

同堕行

Tung Tuk Hong, 113, Praya

永祥吉

Wing Cheong Kut, 2, Hillier Street

永祥廳

Wing Cheong Shun, 28, Bonham Strand

West

永安祥

Wing On Cheung, 112, Bonham Strand

永安行

Wing On Hong, 90, Jervois Street

永誠信

Wing Shing Shun, 57, Bonham Strand

West

和發行

Wo Fat Hong, 53, Prava

和和裕

Wo Lee Yue, 64, Bonham Strand West

168

HONG KONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

仁安行

Yan On Hong, 89, Praya

怡昌顺

Yee Cheong Shun, 68, Praya

儀安行

Yee On Hong, 35, Prava

怡順行

Yee Shun Hong, 42, Bonham Strand

義勝合

Yee Shing Hop, 16, Bonham Strand West 怡和莊

Yee Wo Chong, 62, Bonham Strand West

義和昌

Yee Wo Cheong, 109, Praya

奕發行

Yik Fat Hong, 70, Bonham Strand West

元發行

Yuen Fat Hong, 10, Bonham Strand

West

元豐行

Yuen Foong Hong, 93, Bonham Strand

悅和以

Yuet Wo Loong, 88, Wellington Street

Bakers.

意隆

E Loong, 35, Endicott's Lane

吉盛

Kut Shing, 13, Weng On Lane

安和

On Wo, 12, Wing On Lane

Barbers.

福泰

Fook Tai, 35, Stanley Street

廣勝

Kwong Sing, 23, Stanley Street

順典

Shun Hing, 22, Stanley Street

新廣勝

Sun Kwong Sing, 29, Stanley Street

天和

Tien Wo, 6, Peel Street

日升

Yat Sing, 11, D'Aguilar Street

悅感

Yüet Shing, 12, Wellington Street

Bookbinders.

祥盛

Cheong Shing, 62, Queen's Road Central

致盛

Chi Shing, 32, Queen's Road Cental

均安泰

Kwan On Tai, 120, Queen's Road Central

來盛

Loi Shing, 30, Queen's Road Central

南生

Nam Sang, 66, Queen's Road Central

泰昇

Tai Sing, 75, Queen's Road Central

天成

Tien Shing, 33, Stanley Street.

同盛

Tung Shing, 31, Stanley Street

宏昇

Wung Sing, 66, Queen's Road Cental

Carpenters.

協勝

Hip Shing, Aho, 19, D'Aguilar Stret

鉅源

Ku Yuen 9, Wellington Street

HONGKONG-----PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

廣茂

Kwong Mow, 5, Wellington Street

廣成

Kwong Shing, 22, D'Aguilar Street

勝和

Sing Wo, 14, D'Aguilar Street

泰益

Tai Yek, 48, Stanley Street

德昌

Tuk Cheong, 11, Webster Row

同典

Tung Hing, 20, D'Aguilar Street

匯隆

Yee Look, 12, D'Aguilar Street

Chair-makers.

義祥

Yee Cheong, 14, Wellington Street

義和

Yee Wo, 18, Wellington Street

悅興隆

Yuet Hing Loong, 16, Wellington Street

Charterers.

恒安泰

Hung On Tai, 94, Praya

金祥泰

Kum Cheong Tai, 41, Bonham Strand

廣成泰

Chinaware Sellers.

福興

Fook Hing, 98, Bonham Strand

险源

169

Loong Yuen, 132, Bonham Strand West

聯影

Luen Cheang, 71, Queen's Road Central

Cigar Seller.

洪源

Hung Yuen, 73, Hollywood Road

Clothiers and Drapers.

同昌

Tung Cheong, 117, Queen's Road Central

怡德

Atick, 1, Wyndham Street

Coal Merchant.

榮記

Wing Kee, 15, Hing Loong Street

Contractors.

昌利

Cheong Lee, 208, Queen's Road

Kwong Sing, 64, First Street

廣德

Kwong Tuk, 66, First Street

廣源

Kwong Yuen, Tam Achoi, 33, Bonham

Strand

泰來

Tai Loi,

Duddell Street

Kwong Sing Tai, 6, Bonham Strand

萬安隆

德源

Man On Loong, 95, Bonham Strand

維盛

Wye Shing, 129, Queen's Road Central

和興

Wo Hing, 115, Queen's Road Central

Tuk Yuen, 79, Queen's Road East

Tung Hop,A-Saw, 20, Queen's Road

West

Tung Tuk, 27, Queen's Road East

同合

同德

170

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

裕隆

忠泰

Yiie Loong, 10, Gage Street

Cotton Merchants.

廣行

Kwong Hong, 9, Queen's Road Central

萬興

Man Hing, 92, Praya

和生

Wing Wo Sang, 96, Praya

悅警

Yuet Hoong, 79, Praya

Dyers.

嘉會亨

Ka Wai Hang, 138, Hollywood Road West

德記

Tak Kee, 100, Wellington Street

永貞吉

Wing Ching Kut, 330, Hollywood Road

Eating House Keepers.

福興居

Fook Hing Kii, 74, Bonham Strand

杏花簿

Hang Fa Low, 275, Queen's Road Central 燕南居

Jnn Nam Kü, 11, Queen's Road Central

聯陞

Leün Sing, 205, Queen's Road Central

新天和

Sun Tien Wo, 15, Bonham Strand

義維居

Yee Wai Kii, 32, Bonham Strand

Fancy Goods Stores.

昌盛

Cheong Shing, 158, Queen's Road

祥和

Cheong Wo, 28, Queen's Road

Chung Tai, 79, Queen's Road

厚昌

How Cheong, 116, Queen's Road

浩生

Ho Sang, 51, Queen's Road

洪拜

Hung Sing, 106, Queen's Road

其昌營

Ki Cheong Wing, 59, Queen's Road

建南

Kin Nam, 55, Queen's Road

公昌

Kung Cheong, 83, Queen's Road

公興

Kung Hing, 85, Queen's Road

均泰

Kwan Tai, 104, Queen's Road

廣昇

Kwong Sing, 176, Queen's Road

腐和

Kwong Wo, 136, Queen's Road

Nam Hing, 128, Queen's Road

昇隆

Nam Sing Loong, 77, Queen's Road

新成

Sun Shing, 64, Queen's Road

慎祥

Shun Cheong, 134, Queen's Road

泰盛

Tai Shing, 78, Queen's Road

陶成

To Shing, 58, Queen's Road

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

全盛

Tsiin Shing 154, Queen's Road

德彰

Tuk Cheong, 107, Queen's Road

華隆

Wah Loong,56, Queen's Road

永興隆

Wing Hing Loong, 81, Queen's Road

和生

Wo Sang, 68, Queen's Road

裕貞

Yue Ching, 84, Queen's Road

裕盛

Yue Shing, 82, Queen's Road

元昇

Yuen Sing, 62, Queen's Road

Farrier.

六合

Lok Hop, 29, d'Aguilar Street

Flour Merchante.

祥隆

Cheong Loong, 91, Bonham Strand

福安和

Fook On Wo, 27, Praya

兩怡

Leong Yee, 90, Bonham Strand

聯和棧

Lein Wo Chan, 7, Praya

信益

Shun Yek, 90, Bonham Strand

和記機

Wo Kee Chan, 59, Praya

應記

Ying Kee, 77, Bonham Strand West

Gold Dealers.

貞吉

Ching Kut, 10, Mercer Street

浩隆

Ho Loong, 87, Bonham Strand

鉅隆

Kü Loong, 94, Jervois Street

麗典

Lai Hing, 1, Mercer Street

麗降

Lai Loong,39, Bonham Strand

麗安

Lai On, 26, Bonham Strand

麗生

Lai Sang, 35, Bonham Strand

生昌

Sang Cheong, 25, Bonham Street

成隆

Sing Loong, 17, Jervois Street

永盛隆

171

Wing Shing Loong, 24, Bonham Strand

榮泰

Wing Tai, 29, Bonham Strand

匯源

Wui Yuen, 69, Bonham Strand

日隆

Yat Loong, 27, Bonham Strand

怡怡

Yee Yee, 28, Bonham Strand

源隆

Yuen Loong, 75, Bonham Strand

源源

Yuen Yuen, 55, Bonham Strand

172

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Gold and Silver Smiths.

利昌

Lee Cheong. 143, Queen's Road

利貞

Lee Ching, 124, Queen's Road

利鼻

Lee Sing, 24, Queen's Road

榮珍

Wing Chun, 25, Stanley Street

Gun Makers.

駿隆

Chun Loong, 8, Tung-mun Lane

順興

Shun Hing, 1, Tung-mun Lane

容發

Yung Fat, 43, Tung-mun Lane

同裕利

Tung Yue Lee, 13, Tung-mun Lane

Iron and Copper Smiths.

協昌

Hip Cheong, 23, Endicott Lane

利南

Lee Nam, 8, Endicott Lane

連昌

Lin Cheong, 122, Queen's Road Central 怡昌

恒發

Hung Fat, 99, Bonham Strand

席科

Kwong Cheong, 63, Bonham Strand

隆發

Loong Fat, 115, Bonham Strand

成發

Sing Fat, 51, Bonham Strand

歷來

Sue Loi, 130, Bouhan Strand

德記

Tuk Kee, 4, Endicott Lane

同發

Tung Fat, 101, Bonham Strand

Medicine Shops.

致和堂

Chi Wo Tong Chan, 75, Bonham Strand

福源

Fook Yuen, 23, Bonham Strand

永昌顺

Wing Cheong Shun, 68, Bonhain Strand

永春和

Wing Chun Wo, 118, Praya

裕和隆

Yue Wo Loong, 126, Bonham Strand

Milkmen.

Yee Cheong, 33, Queen's Road East

怡利

Yee Lee, 19, Queen's Road Central

怡和

勝合

Sing Hop,

Hollywood Road

Yee Wo, 18, Queen's Road Central

東成

Tung Sing,

Stanley Street,

昌利

Mat and Bag Sollers.

Cheong Lee, 137, Queen's Road Central

Wai Lee, 90, Hollywood Road

偉利

昌隆

有益

Cheong Loong, 30, Bonham Strand

Yow Yek,

Hollywood Road

HONGKONG---PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Opium Dealers.

祥順利

Cheong Shun Lee, 115, Jervois Street

全貞

Chuen Ching, 65, Jervois Street

全聚

Chuen Choy, 100, Bonham Strand

全興

Chuen Hing, 125, Jervois Street

亚里

Chin Foong, 47, Jervois Street

阜生

Fau Sang, 45, Bonham Strand

建典祥

Kin Hing Cheung, 80, Wellington Street

經和

King Wo, 67, Bonham Strand

鉅源

Kii Yuen, 87, Jervois Street

萬全

Man Chuen, 109, Jervois Street

Sang Yuen, 74, Jervois Street

生源

時和

Shee Wo, 107, Jervois Street

順安

Shun On, 93, Jervois Street

新盛利

Sun Shing Lee, 36, Jervois Street

定安昌

Ting On Cheong, 91, Jervois Street

和興隆

Wo Hing Loong, 109, Bonham Strand

會典

Wui Hing, 81, Jervois Street

粤典

Yuet Hing, 75, Jervois Street

雍和

Yung Wo, 82, Wellington Street

Opium (prepared) Dealers.

兆隆

Chew Loong, 57, Bonham Strand

春源

Chiin Yuen, 53, Bonham Strand

福隆

Fook Loong, 77, Jervois Street

麗源

Lai Yuen, 100, Jervois Street

炳記

Ping Kee, 25, Jervois Street

Painters.

盛利

Shing Lee, 81, Wellington Street

同盛

Tung Shing, 36, Gilman Street

永興

Wing Hing, 21, Tung-Mun Lane

Pawnbrokers.

致祥

Chi Cheong, 19, Queen's Road West

利次

Lee On, 67, Queen's Road Central

雨典

173

Leong Hing, 225, Queen's Road Central

雪宜

Leong Yee, 289, Queen's Road Central

雨益

Teong Yek, 84, Wellington Street

萬祥

Man Cheong, 78, Queen's Road West

174

HONGKONG---PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

萬興

Man Hing, 97, Queen's Road Central

大興

Tai Hing, 87, Queen's Road West

泰隆

Tai Loong, 37, Queen's Road West

元生

Yuen Sang, 26, Queen's Road West

Tung Wo, 74, Wellington Street.

永興

Wing Foong, 111, Queen's Road Central

Photographers.

興昌

Hing Cheong, 66, Queen's Rund Central

文典

Mun Hing, 32, Queen's Road Central

--

南楨

Nam Ching, 26, Queen's Road Central

瓊綸

Pun Lun, 59, Queen's Road Central

Yat Sing, 28, Praya

宜昌

Yee Cheong, 58, Queen's Road Central

Piece Goods Merchants.

長隆

Cheong Loong, 51, Jervois Street.

真綸

Ching Lun, 135, Queen's Road Central

福興隆

Fook Hing Loong, 58, Jervois Street

Fook Tai, 139, Queen's Road Central

逢昌隆

Fung Cheong Loong, 23, Jervois Street

逢源隆

Fung Yuen Loong, 53, Jervois Street

慶隆

Hing Loong, 61, Jervois Street

協隆

Hip Loong, 43, Jervois Street

經綸

King Lun, 21, Jervois Street

公安泰

Kung On Tai, 84, Jervois Street

紹隆

Kwong Chew Loong, 39, Jervois Street

廣福隆

Kwong Fook Loong, 49, Jervois Street

: 興隆

Kwong Hing Loong, 5, Jervois Street

麻隆源

Kwong Loong Yuen, 7, Jervois Street

美隆

Mi Loong, 11, Jervois Street

美給典

Mi Lun Hing, 45, Jervois Street

美南

Mi Nam, 29, Jervois Street

生泰

Sang Tai, 9, Jervois Street

瑞祥

Soey Cheong, 15, Jervois Street

瑞隆

Soey Loong, 3, Jervois Street

新嘉隆

Sun Ka Loong, 59, Jervois Street

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

新錦綸

Sun Kum Lun, 72, Jervois Street

新萬隆

Sun Man Loong, 27, Jervois Street

新安隆

Sun On Loong, 76, Jervois Street

新盛隆

Sun Shing Loong, 70, Jervois Street

新泰隆

Sun Tai Loong, 48, Jervois Street

澳隆

Sze Loong, 33, Jervois Street

大經

Tai King, 13, Jervois Street

永盛隆

Wing Shing Loong, 78, Jervois Street

和章隆

Wo Cheong Loong, 37, Jervois Street

Wo Lun, 19, Jervois Street

會隆

Wui Loong, 30, Jervois Street

Portrait Painters.

浩生

Ho San, 55, Queen's Road Central

文興

Mun Hing, 32, Queen's Roal, Central

成昌

Sing Cheong, 66, Queen's Road Central

怡典

Yee Hing, 93, Queen's Road Central

Pulley Maker.

輝記

Fee Kee, 7, Endicott Lane

175

Rattan Dealers.

謙和益

Him Wo Yek, 84, West Point

和記

Wo Kee, 62, Battery Road

Rattan Chair Makers.

德和

Tuk Lee, 130, Queen's Road Central

怡泰

Yee Tai, 138, Queen's Road Central

Rice Merchants.

聚棧

Choy Chan, 26, Bonham Strand West

聚泰

Choy Hing, 22, Bonham Strand West

福增祥

Fook Chang Cheong, Praya West

福聚源

Fook Choy Yuen, 14, Praya West

逢源隆

Foong Yuen Loong, 61, Bonham Strand

行利

Hung Lee, 89, Bonham Strand

恒泰

Hung Tai, 40, Bonham Strand West

招興

Kin Hing, 7, Bonham Strand West

小泰

Kung Tai, 32, Praya West

公源

Kung Yuen, 21, Prava West

Kwong Choy, 20, Bouham Strand West

福榮

Kwong Fook Wing, 105, Jervois Street.

Coola

176

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Kwong Loong, 46, Bonham Strand.

廣茂

Kwong Mow, 119, Praya West

安隆

Kwong On Loong, 105, Praya West

Kwong Sang, 6, Bonham Strand West

廣盛

Kwong Shing, 39, Bonham Strand West

Kwong Tai, 95, Praya West

萬泰

Man Tai, 92, Jervois Street

茂生

Mow Sang, 27, Bonham Strand West

茂源

Mow Yuen, 20, Praya West

達典

Tat Hing, 1, Bonham Strand West

同学

Tung Foo, 41, Bonham Strand West

同豐

Tung Foong, 114, Prava West

同利

Tung Lee, 116, Praya West

同茂

Tung Mow, 83, Bonham Strand

同盛

Tung Shing, 6, Praya West

同勝棧

Tung Shing Chan, 34, Bonham Strand

West

同義

Tung Yee, 31, Praya West

永豐

寶典

Po Foong, 122, Praya West

寶隆

Po Loong, 70, Bonhain Strand

Sam Chan, 2 Praya West

時間

Shee Foong, 86, Bonham Strand

新同和

Sun Tung Wo, 4, Bonham Strand, West

新永興

Sun Wing Hing, 118, Bonham Strand

泰和

Tai Wo, 84, Bonham Strand

泰益

Tai Yek, 57, Praya, West

Wing Foong, 121, Praya West

永興棧

Wing Hing Chan, 49, Bonham Strand

West

永隆

Wing Loong, 21, Bonham Strand

永和

Wing Wo, 83, Jervois Street

和典

Wo Hing, 3, Bonham Strand West

宏源

Wung Yuen, 73, Bonham Strand West

義棧

Yee Chan, 22, Praya West

宜豐

Yee Foong, 80, Bonham Strand

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

義典

Yee Hing, 116, Bonham Strand

益豐

Yek Foong, 41, Praya West

悅盛

Yuet Shing, 42, Bonham Strand West

Sail Makers.

七成

Chat Sing, 46, Queen's Road Central

沾順

Chin Shun, 47, Praya

Saltpetre & Sulphur Dealers.

靡生泰

Kwong Sang Tai, 75, Praya

Ship Compradores.

新合紧

Sun Hop Loong, 103, Praya

燦記

Chan Kee, 23, Tung Mun Lane

昌記

Cheong Kee, 42, Hing Loong Street

發典

Fat Hing, 4, Queen's Road West

興备

Hing Loong, 23, Scott Street

金記

Kim Kee, 31, Endicott Lane

廣興

Kwong Hing, 13, Scott Street

廣順

Kwong Shun, 11, Endicott Lane

茂生

Mow Sang, 27, Endicott Lane

南和

Nam Wo, 34, Endicott Lane

順合

Shun Hop, 40, Endicott Lane

順泰

Shun Tai, 16, Tung Mun Lane

送利

Soey Lee, 29, Endicott Lane

帶記

Tai Kee, 5, Scott Street

永裕

Wing Yue, 25, Endicott Lane

裕記

Yue Kee, 21, Endicott Lane

Ship Wrights.

合利

Hop Lee, 119, West Point

協盛

Hip Shing, 187, West Point

Kwong Lee, 88, West Point.

新合盛

Sun Hop Shing. 117, West Point

達典

Fung Hing, 250, West Point

綜合

Tung Hop. 125. West Point

永隆

Wing Loong, 189, West Point.

Shoe Makers.

松盛

Chung Shing, 8, Gage Street.

興陞

Hing Sing, 24, Wellington Street

開盛

Hoi Shing, 13, Webster Street

177

178

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

合際

Hop Loong, 259, Queen's Road

廣盛

Kwong Shing, 23, Scott Street.

顺成

an.

Shun Shing. 17, Endicott Lane

成合

Sing Hop, 70, Queen's Rond Central

義昌

Yee Cheong 7, Scott Street

Sugar and Oil Dealors.

合泰和

Hop Tai Wo, 93, Praya

恒!

Kwong Hung Foong, 80, Praya

Sweetmeat Sellers.

濟隆興

Chai Loong Hing, 9, Wing On Lane

翠芳

Choy Fong, 327, Queen's Road West

Tailors.

開利

Hoi Lee, 112, Queen's Road Central

洪昌

Hoong Cheong, 9, Scott Street

均安

Kwan On, 74, Queen's Road Central

南昌

Nan Cheong, 23, Scott Street

南盛

Nam Shing, 127, Queen's Road Central

三興

Sam Hing, 69, Queen's Road Central

成昌

"Sing Cheong, 8, Webster Street

丁昌

Ting Cheong, 11, Webster Street

和昌

Wo Cheong, 13, Webster Street

Tea Merchants.

廣興

Kwong Hing. 42, Jervois Street

安記

On Kee, 150, Queen's Road

達盛

Tat Shing. 3, Queen's Road Central

忠泰興

Ting Tai Hing, 312, Queen's Road West

Yue Cheong, 129, Queen's Road Central

Timber Yards.

生條

Sang Loong, 97, Queen's Road Central

泰亨

Tai Hang, 91, Queen's Road, East

Tobacconists.

長盛

Cheong Shing, 299, Jervois Street

荷隆生

Ho Loong Sang, 73, Jervois Street

萬盛

Man Shing, 67, Jervois Street

萬維

Man Shuu, 291, Jervois Street

悅南

Yuet Nam, 200, Jervois Street

Vermillion Merchants.

二興

Sam Hing, 142, Wellington Street

HONGKONG---PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

順興

Shun Hing, 68, Wellington Street

人和

Yan Wo, 76, Wellington Street

Washermen.

聚記

Choy Kee, 36, Wing On Lane

開利

Hoi Lee, 13, Stanley Street

佳記

Kai Kee, 44, Stanley Street

雞益

Lun Yek, 68, Hollywood Road

天合

Tien Hop, 16, Webster Street

東利

Tung Lee, 28, D'Aguilar Street

同順

Tung Shun, 27, Gilman Street

有記

Yaw Kee, 32, Wellington Street

閏成

Yun Sing, 24, Scott Street

Watch Makers.

何廷記

179

順合

Shun Hop, 16, Scott Street

成記

Sing Kee, 38, Wellington Street

泰興

Tai Hing, 26, Scott Street

Ho Ting Kee, 125, Queen's Road Central

利昌

Lee Cheong, 143, Queen's Road Central

利貞

Lee Ching, 143, Queen's Road Central

榮珍

Wing Chun, 25, Stanley Street

THE CANTON DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government Offices.

GREAT BRITAIN.

大英國領事官

Tai-Ying-Kwok-Ling-sze-koon.

Consul - D. B. Robertson, C.B.

Vice-Consul---W. F. Mayers

Chaplain-Rev. J. H. Gray, M.A. Assistant--A. Frater Linguist-Ng Mun Ching Constable- A. Duncan Packet Agent-Alexander Frater

UNITED STATES.

Consul- E. M. King Lerpreter--C. F. Preston, A.M.

FRANCE.

Consul-Baron de Trenqualye Acting Interpreter-E. Salès

SPAIN.

Vice-consul-José Antonio de Orbeta

PORTUGAL.

Consul - Edward Pettit

Consul-Vacant

AUSTRIA.

Student Interpreter- -Joseph Haas

PRUSSIA, AND THE GERMAN CONFEDERA-

TION, EXCEPT AUSTRIA AND THE HANSEATIC Towns.

Consul-R. von Carlowitz

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-N. G. Peter

HANSEATIC TOWNS.

Consul-C. J. Mestern

        SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Vice-consul-J. Murray Forbes

粤海關

Yueh Hai Kwan.

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Commissioner of Customs--Geo. B. Glover

(absent)

Deputy Commissioner-James Brown Interpreter-

Assistants R. Markwick, H. Rubery, E. C. Taintor, A. Courtan, J. L. E. Palın, R. J. Abbott (absent), R. M. Hobson

Tide-surveyors--T. M. Brown (absent), W.

C. Howard, H. Eldridge Examiners-F. H. Ewer, G. Jones Tide-waiters-J. M. Land, II. P. Ellis, J. Poynter, T. Parker, G. W. Corthell, W. Foster, J. Monitz, M. Mulcahy, T. D. Burrows, O. Bailey, S. Young, W. Heath, D. Lark, E. Welsh, G. Swainson, R. Peters, J. MeH. Elgin, G. S. Mac- kay, J. H. Carr, H. Brown, M. Talty

IMPERIAL REVENUE CRUISER

**

HAI CRING."

Captain--W. N. Folson Engineer-J Allison 1st Officer-E. D. Hall 2nd Öfficer -- M. Carrera

REVENUE LORCHA "SPY."

Captain A. Master

1st Officer-0. Watkins

2nd Officer--C. Ott

II. I. M. GUNBOAT "FEE LOONG."

飛龍

Fi-loong.

Captain-T. Edwards Engineer-J. Smith

方言館

Fong-Yiu-kwon.

CHINESE GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.

CANTON.

All expenses defrayed by Chinese Go-

vernment.

Head Master W. L. G. Badham

Chinese Asst. Masters-Five

CHINESE and Foreign SCHOOL.

中外書塾

Chung-wai-sze-sook.

Hon Sec. & Treasurer-H. Rubery

Head Master-T. Doherty

Asst. Chinese Masters-Two

FEES.

Boarders $72 per annum

Day Scholars $36

No pupil received for less than one year

British West Indian Emigration Agency.

英國招工所

Ying-kwok-chiu-kung-sho.

Agent.-Theos. Sampson

Insurances.

Thomas & Mercer-Agents

North-China Insurance Company

Deacon & Co.-Agents

Sun Fire Office

Professions, Trades, &c.

Ameeroodeen Chandabhai, merchant and

commission agent

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., merchants

L. Mendel

Barros, D., "Oriental Hotel," Honam

Birley & Co., merchants

Geo. S. Hardy, tea-inspector Bull; Purdon & Co., merchants

H. W. Davies

Carlowitz & Co., merchants R. von Carlowitz

G. Hitzeroth (absent)

J. O. Hover

G. Dautzenberg

Coare, Lind & Co., public silk and tea

inspectors & commission agents

F. W. Coare

A. A. Lind

G. Mackrill Smith, tea inspector

181

Deacon & Co., public tea inspectors and

commission agents

James B. Deacon (absent) Edward Pettit

Ernest Deacon

Sidney Deacon, tea inspector James Pope

Deguria & Co., R. N., merchants

Rustomjee Nowrojee Deguria (absent)

Eduljee Dadabhoy Lungrana

Ebrahim, Noorandin & Co., merchants

Abdoolhoosen Abedeen, manager

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

H. S. Hancock, tea inspector A. S. Gepp

Gifford & Co., merchants

George Gifford (absent) Patrick Gifford

Habibhoy, Alladinbhoy, merchant Ismalbhoy Moorjeebhoy

Heard & Co., Augustine, merchants

C. W. Orne

E. L. H. Crace

Hermitte E., architect

Hesse & Co., merchants

L. Staël

Hormusjee Jamsetjee, merchant

Framjee Jamsetjee

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants

T. Geo. Newton, tea inspector

Johannes, S. P., commission merchant

Legrand & Co., general commissioners

A Legrand

Mestern, C. J., public tea inspector and

general commission agent

C. J. Mestern

H. Siebke

H. König

Moul & Co., merchants

George Moul (absent) John Moul, assistant

182

Nye & Co., merchants

Gideon Nye, Jr. F. P. Pascoal

Poonjabhoy Dhurumsey, merchant

Alibhai Khattow

Pustau & Co., Wm., merchants

Johs. F. Cordes Hugo Simonis Richard Devens

Russell & Co., merchants

J. Murray Forbes D. A. de Souza

Shaik Dawood S. Ahmed, merchant

S. Dawood S. Ahmed (absent) Dost Mohamed S. Ahmed

Sheriff & Co., merchant Sujeen Datoo

Smith, Archer, & Co.,

merchants

A. B. Bulkley

CANTON

Thomas & Mercer, public tea inspectors

and commission agents

Thomas Thomas

Thomas Mercer

George Wright, tea inspector

Tinaway, J. A., merchant

Vassonjee & Co., D., merchants

A. Fyazally

Visram, S., merchant

B. John Mahomed

Wong, F., M.D., L.R.C.S., Edinburgh

Wünsch, A., merchant

THE OFFICERS OF THE MEDICAL MISSIONARY SOCIETY. President-Thos. R. Colledge, M.D., F.R.S.,

Ed., (in England) Vice-Presidents--S. Wells Williams, L.L.D., Hon. F. Chomley, Warren Delano, Jr., Hon. J. Whittal, and J. Dent; Rev. J. H. Gray, M.A., D. B. Robertson, Esq., C.B., H.B.M. Consul; Wm. Neilson, H. B. Gibb, and C. T. Smith, Esqrs.; W. Kane, M.D., Sir J. Bowring, L.LD., and C. W. Murray, (in England.) Hon. P. Parker, D. N. Spooner, John Heard, and James Purdon, Esqrs. (in U. States.) Corresponding and Recording Secretary-

J. G. Kerr, M.D.

Treasurers-Messrs. Russell & Co. Auditor--Geo. B. Glover, Esq.

Missionaries.

WESLEYAN Methodist MISSIONARY

Rev. G Piercy

SOCIETY.

Rev. J. Preston (absent)

Rev. H. Parkes

Rev. J. Gibson

Rev. J. H. Rogers

Rev. S. Whitehead

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN Board.

Rev. A. P. Happer, D.D.

Rev. C. F. Preston

J. G. Kerr, M.D.

Rev. A. Folsom

Rev. H. V. Noyes

BOARD OF UNITED PRESBYTERIAN

CHURCH, U.SA.

Rev. J. C. Nevin

Rev. D. Vrosman (absent)

AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSION, SOUTHERN

CONVENTION.

Rev. R. H. Graves

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. E. J. Eitel

Rev. James Anderson

THE WHAMPOA DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government Offices.

BRITISH CONSULATE.

Vice-Consul-H. F. Hance

Constable-J. H. Jones

       Imperial Maritime Customs. Deputy Commissioner-J. L. Hammond Tide Surveyor-G. Clarke

Tidewaiters-W. Wheeler, G. Allcott, S. Sharp, H. Haydon, C. Amy, F. Hartweg Linguist-Look Kwang Sung

Hotel.

J. Anderson, "Excelsior" Hotel

Docks.

Ferguson & Co., A, Chongkee Dock

H Fehrs

J. D. Mever

A D. Mitchell

Gow & Co., dock proprietors

Alexander Morrison, inanager George Anderson, carpenter

HONGKONG & WHAMPOA DOCK COMPANY, LIMITED.

D. Gillies, superintendent

J. V. de Jesus, clerk M. A. Corea, do.

J. de Jesus, Jr., do.

G. Mackay, foreman shipwright James Liddell, shipwright W. Cuthill, engineer

Wm. Gillies, second engineer

Thomas Welsby, foreman boiler-maker-

Arthur Chart, boiler-maker

Victor Gomes, engineer's apprentice

Romao Gomes, do.

do.

do.

do.

A. Rodrigues,

M. Gomes, clerk

UNION DOCK COMPANY, (LIMITED.)

T. B. Rennell, manager

J. Timen, accountant M. Senna, clerk

W. Allen, carpenter J. McGregor, boiler-maker

Cocole

THE MACAO DIRECTORY.

Colonial Government. Governor and Plenipotentiary in China.-

José Maria da Ponte e Horta, Manjor de Artilharia, Professor de Mathematica de Escola Poliethemica, Ministro Plenipo- tenciario de S.M.F. na China, Japan, Siam (absent)

Secretary Gregorio José Ribeiro, (com-

mander Royal Navy)

1st Clerk-José Carlos de Barros 2nd

do,~José Francisco Franco Aides-de-camp-D. João Xavier da Silva Lobo, Capitão do Exercito, Jeronimo Ozorio de Costa Cabral e Albuquerque

COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT. President-The Governor (absent) Members-

João Ferreira Pinto, (Judge) Vicente Niculau de Mesquita, Lieut-Colo-

     nel, Commandant of Barra Fort Rev. Pe. Jorge Antonio Lopes da Silva,

(Governor of the Bishopric

Miguel Pereira Simões, (chief clerk of

the Exchequer)

Lourenço Marques

Maximiano Antonio dos Remedios

Gregorio José Ribeiro, (secretary)

MUNICIPAL BODY (CAMARA MUNICIPAL.)

Presidente-Eduardo Pio Marques, Prai-

nha No. 23

Vice-presidente-Candido Antonio Ozorio,

Rua da Bazarinho No. 10

Vereador-Jeão Joaquim Braga, Praya

Grande No. 37

Juizes Ordinario-Vicente de Paula Porta- ria, Rua Central de Santo Agostinho No. 36, e Francisco Antonio da Silva, Praya Grande, No. 97

Alferes-mór, e Escrivăo da Camora-Maxi- miano Felix da Roza, Rua de Sto. An- tonio, No. 13

Escrivão do Juiz Ordinario, e Escrevente da Camara-Francisco Henrique da Roza, Rua de Sto. Antonio, No. 14 Alcaide e Continuo da Camara-Luiz Maria do Rozario, mora no edificio da mesma

CONSTABLES.

José Filippe de Souza, Calçada de Ressu-

reição, No. 8

Miguel de Souza Fernandes, Rua Formo-

sa, No. 7

Filippe Nerris da Penha, Travessa de

Cadea

Eufragio Estevão, Rampa dos Cavalheiros

JUNTA DA JUSTIÇA. Presidente-0 Governador, Jozé Maria da

Ponte e Horta

MEMBERS.

João Ferreira Pinto, (juiz)

Vicente Niculau de Mesquita, Tenente Coronel Commandante da Fortaleza de Barra

Jeronimo Pereira Leite, Tenente Coronel,

Commandante de Policia

Jozé Antonio da Costa, Manjor Comman-

dante da Fortaleza de Monte

Vereador Fiscal-Joaquim Feres da Silva, Joaquim Peres da Silva, (juiz substituto)

Praia Grande No. 29

| Maximiano Antonio dos Remedios

MACAO.

Antonio Marques Pereira, Procurador dos

Negocios Sinicos

    REPARTIÇÃO DE ESTATISTICA. Chefe-Manoel C. Sampaio Amanuense-Alfredo Jorge Vieira Ribeiro Engenheiro Civil--J. Reed

REVENUE DEPARTMENT. Escrivão Inspector-M. P. Simões Contador---J. C. d'Assumpção 1o. Escriturario-M. F. Marques -F. J. F. Gordo

20.

Do.

lo, Amanuense-J. J. d'Azevedo

20. Do. -H. C. dos Santos

Porteiro-J. J. S. Oliveira

Continuo-S. Rodrigues

TREASURY.

Treasurer-Carlos Vicente da Rocha Chief clerk-Francisco D. G. de Nogueira Clerk-Antonio Dias da Cunha

     RECEBEDORIA DAS DECIMAS. Chief clerk-Vicente Caetano da Rocha

do.

1st

2nd do.

José Lopes

Joaquim Rodrigues.

JUNTA DO LANÇAMENTO DAS

DECIMAS, &c.

186

Accountant & Distributer-Antonio Rangel 2nd Clerks-Francisco de Paula, Zeferino

A. Vieira Bailifs-Antonio Felix Placè, J. Antonio Soares, Miguel Alexandrino Ferreira

Tribunal of Commerce. President-The Judge, João Ferreira Pinto Secretary-The Attorney General, Alex-

andre Meayrelles Tavora (absent) Jurors-Felix Hilario d'Azevedo, Candido Antonio Ozorio, Joaquim Peres da Sil- va, Evaristo Lopes

Substitutes-Joño Eleuterio d'Almeida,

Eduardo Pio Marques

Procurador's Department. Procurador-A Marques Pereira, accu- mula estas as funcções de Administra- dor do Conselho e de Membro da Junta da Justiça, e cavalheiro da Ordem de Nossa Senhora da Conceição de Villa Viçosa, secretario honorario de Legação de Sua Magestade Fidelissima na Chi- na, &c. Primeiro Interprete-João Rodriguez Gon- salves, official da Ordem da Torre e Es- pada, Cavalheiro das Ordens de Nosso Senhor Jesus Christo e de Nossa Se- nhora da Conceição de Villa Viçosa

·

President-Jožio Correa Paes d'Assumpção | Segundo Interprete-Josè Joaquim Vieira

Secretary-Angelo Antonio da Silva Assistant-Francisco Vieira Ribeiro Fiscal-Alexandre Meayrelles Tavora

(absent)

Members-Pedro Nolasco da Silva, Claudio

José da Silva, Antonio Rangel

         Judicial Department. Judge João Ferreira Pinto Substitute-João Baptista Gomes Attorney General-Alexandre Meayrelles Tavora (absent) (Delegado Procurador da Coroa e Fazenda, Secretario do Tri- bunal do Commercio, Auditor da gente de guerra.) Lawyers--José Gabriel Fernandes, Fran- cisco d'Assis Fernandes, Caetano José Lourenço, A. N. Mendes

Clerk and Notaries Public-Francisco A. Pereira da Silveira, Thomas d'Aquino Migueis. (Escrivães do Juizo de Direito do Tribunal Commercial da Policia Correccional, da Junta de Justiça e Tabelliñes de Notas.)

Clerk of the Judge and Orphan's Fund-

José de Lemos

Alumno Interprete-Eduardo Marques Primeiros Amanuenses (servindo de Escri-

vies-Pio Maria de Carvalho e Fran- cisco de Paula e Costa

Segundo Amanuense Interino-Cornelio de

Souza Placé

Primeiro Lingua-Mauricio Xavier (serve em commissão na superintendencia da emigração Chinesa)

Segundo Lingua-Josè Thomas Agostinho

Roberto

Officiaes de Diligencias-Benjamin Pereira Simões, Vicente Estevão da Luz, e Ja- nuario de Carvalho, interino. (Servem alem d'estes, como officiaes de Diligen- cias de Procuratura, os policias da Ca- mara Municipal)

Police Department. Commandant-Jeronimo Pereira Leite Lieutenant-F. G. Corte Real

Do. F. A. F. da Silva Doctor-B. N. A. Rosa

Post Office. José da Silva, postmaster

186

Superintendence of Chinese Eini- gration.

MACAO.

Superintendent-Felix Hilario de Azevedo Clerk--Maximo das Neves do Rozario 1st Interpreter-Mancio Xavier, (primeiro Lingua da Procuratura dos Negocios Sinicos, e acha-se servindo em commis- são este lugar.)

2nd Interpreter-Benjamim Simões

Board of Education.

GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.

Tracker of Navigation and Mathematics- Lieutenant honorary of the Navy, Fran- eisco Joaquim Marques

ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. Rector--Rev. Pe. Manuel L. Gouvea (ab)-

sent)

Director and Professor of Moral Theology

and Arithmetic-Rev. Pe. José Virgilio Professor of Logic, Metaphysics, Natural Philos hy an Rhetoric-Rev. Pe. Fran- cisco X. Rondina

Do. of French and Portuguese-Rev Pe.

Josè Mattos (absent)

Do. Latin, first class-Rev. Pe. Josè M.

de Faria

Da. English-Rev. Thomas Cahill

Do. Prefect of classes--Rev. Pe. Maximo

dos Santos

Theatre.

D. PEDRO V. THEATRE.

COMMITTEE.

Chairman J. C. P. d'Assumpção Treasurer-J. E. Scarnichia

Secretary-B. M. das Neves e Roza Members-A. J. da Fonseca, and F. J. de

Souza Alvim

Secretary-Theotonio da Cruz Guard-Benjamin Fernandes

Consulates.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Acting Consular Agent-Pio Marques

FRANCE.

Acting Vice-consul-H. Ebell

ITALY.

Consrl-Barão do Cercal Vice-Consul-J. P. van Loffelt

UNITED STATES. Acting Vice-consul-H. Ebell

BRAZIL.

Consul-Viscount do Cercal Vice Consul-Baron do Cercal

BELGIUM. Consul-Barão do Cercal

Do. Chinese Canton dialect-Rev. Pe. Lu-Chanceller-B. A. Pereira

cas Lira

Do, Latin & Portuguese,second class-Theo-

dosio J. Rodrigues

Do. Drawing-Francisco Jorge

Do. Music-Luge Antinory, Marstro Com- positore della Pontific, congrig, e Acad. de Sta. Cacila; e socio dell' Acad dei Quisite

Di. Chinese Mandrin dialect-

Do. Elements of Portuguese-Joaquin G.

Pereira

Do. Elements of Latin-M. Alvares

D. Mathematics and Navigation-Fran-

cisco Marques

COLLEGIO DA IMMACULADA CONCEIÇÃO.

Comin' ice-D. Maria Marques, D. Maria

Goularte

Treasury-Bernadino de Senna Fernandes Teachers--The Sisters of Charity

PRUSSIA. Vice Consal-H. Ebell

AUSTRIA. Vice Consul -C. Millisch

PERU. Consul-P. d'Aramburn

SIAM.

Consul-B. de Senna Fernandes Vice-consul-D. C. Pacheco

SPAIN.

Consul General in China-J. d'Aguilar

Vice-consul at Macao--J. J. Emparauza Chanceller J. J. Lopes

Clerk-F. L. Britto

do.

A. D. Lopez

HAWAII.

Vice Consul-C. L. de Souza

MACAO.

187

Professions, Trades, &c.

Alladinbhoy Habibhoy (Bombay) Sajumbhoy Hasumbhoy

Almeida, João Elleuterio de, merchant

R. S. Paulo

Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.

Mahomedally Currambhoy, manager

Brandão & Co., Rua do Trunco Velho

A. C. Brandão

A. J. Brandão

Leonardo V. Brandão

Cama & Co., H. B., 11, Praya Grande

Dadabhoy Cowasjee, manager

Carneiro, B. E., 72, Rua Central

B. N. Carneiro

A. Nunes

D. A. Silva

Carroll, R., commander of steamer White

Cloud, Praya Grande

Dhurumsey Poonjabhoy, 23, Praya Grande

Deacon & Co., Praya Grande

J. B. Deacon (absent) Edward Pettit

Ernest Deacon

Sidney Deacon James Pape

Fernandes, B. de Senna, 33, Praya Grande

B. de S. Fernandes

D. C. Pacheco

N. Simões

Luiz da Silva

Fonseca, Josè Maria da, shipchandler wine spirit merchant, Ponta da Rede

D. V. Soares

Fonseca, Antonio Josè da, merchant and

commission agent, Ponta da Rede

Francis Bowen, 38, Rua de San Lourenço

John C. Ingram

Graça, V. A. de, 14, Rua de Prata M. F. de Graça, assistant

Horinusjee Jevanjee, 3, Praya Grande

Ignacio Eernandes de Castro & Cc., 56,

Rua Central

Ignacio de Castro

Joaquim Gracia Viana

Antonio M. Pereira

Ignocencio Vieira Ribeiro.

Margesson & Co., merchants

II. D. Margesson

F. S. Schutze

F. P. Senna F. C. Marçal

Marques, Lourenço, Campo de Santo An-

tonio, No 4

Eduardo Pio Marques

Mello & Co., A. A. de, merchants, and agents for Hongkong, Canton and Ma- cao Steamboat Co., Praya Grande

Viscount do Cercal, Brazilian Consul Baron do Cercal, Italian and Belgian

Consul

F. A da Cruz J. P.

van Loffelt G. S. Botelho

J. C. Pereira

F. Botelho

Muller & Claussen, clothiers and shipchan-

dlers, Praya Grande

A. A. Nunes

Nye, Gideon Jr., 54, Rua Central

Pereira, B. A., Rua da Sè, No. 18

Raynal & Co., No. 51, Praya Grande

C. Milisch

Remedios, M. A. dos, merchant, Rua do

Barão, No. 4

M. M. Maher, assistant Antonio dos Remedios

Florencio A. do Rozario storekeeper

Ruttonjee Muncherjee

Silva & Co, Joaquim Peres da, No. 2,

Rua de Soares e Andrea

Joaquim Peres da Silva, residence

Praya Grande, No. 29

J. Hyndman

Honorato V. Boyol

Silva, J. da, commission agent, store-

keeper auctioneer, &c.

Miguel Telles, auctioneer

1388

Antonio Gomes Theodoreto da Rocha

MACAO.

Silva, Pedro N. da, Rua Formosa, No. 25

M. Ayres da Silva R. de Souza

Silva & Co., F. A. da, Prava Grande Nos.

42 e 43

Francisco Antonio da Silva

  Francisco da Rocha Domingos A. do Rozario

Silva, M. F. da, merchant and commission agent, No. 9, Coelho do Amaral Street 12, Caza Forte

Thomas & Mercer, public tea inspectors

T. Thomas

T. Mercer

George Wright, tea inspector

Somjee Visram

Souza, Camillo, L., No. 59, Praya Grande,

Subadar & Co., merchants

N. S. Subadar

Insurance.

Ravnal & Co., agents

pany of Samarang

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

Newspaper Office.

Tenente Ajudante-Jaoquim Guilherme da

Costa

Cirurgião Mór-Joaquim Candido da Silva

Telles

Cirurgião Ajudante--Joño Jacques Flori-

ano Alvares

Tenente Quartel Mestre-Joaquim Antonio

de Souza

Capitaens José Joaquim da Silveira Xa- vier, Januario Agostinho d'Almeida, Francisco Xavier Collaço, Andre Peres Trollio

Tenentes-Joaquim M. Gonçalves, Francis-

co Augusto Ferreira da Silva, Antonio Joaquim Gracias Francisco Paula Luz. Alferes-João Maria de Sá Camello, Anto- nio Baptista Tassaro, Manoel de Castro Sampaio, Carlos José Pereira da Silva, José Antonio da Silva Vaz Velho, Joa- quim Pedro Saxoferrato Cardonzo, Pinto de Souza, Vicente de Paula Barros, Carlos Dias da Costa.

RETIRED OFFICERS.

Lieutenant Colonel-Bernardo

Araujo Roza

M. de

Manjors-Julio Antonio Correa de, Liger,

Manoel Rodrigues Vianna

Captain-Marcelino José Machado de

Mendonça

Chaplain-Pe. José de Solidade

MONTE FORT.

Major-commanding-José

Costa

Antonio

da

"O Bolletim do Governo"

J. da Silva, editor

Lourenço da Costa, compositor

B. Machado,

do.

Leonardo Machado,

do.

Procopio Cordeiro,

do.

Royal Hotel.

C. R. Reed, proprietor

J. White, manager

L M. Perpetuo

Macao Dattalion.

Tenente Coronel-Vicente Niculau de Mes-

quita

BARRA FORT.

Lieut.-commanding-Jeronimo Ferreira

CAZERNEIRO.

Alferes-Manoel Antonio da Silva Alʊnço

Harbour Master's Department. Harbour Master, commander of Royal Navy

-João Eduardo Searnichia Clerk-Francisco Nicazio Xavier Gomes

MAN-OF-WAR"PRINCE D. CARLOS." Commander-Antonio José Caminha, 2nd

Lieutenant

2nd do.-Julio Cesar Monteiro Cabral

Engineer for the gunboat " Camões," -An-

tonio José Dias

THE SWATOW DIRECTORY.

R

Consulates and Government Offices.

GREAT BRITAIN.

大英領事官

Tu-Ying-ling-sz-koon.

Consul.--George W. Caine

Acting Consul.-W. M. Cooper

Interpreter and Packet Agent.-W. M.

Cooper

Assistant.--W. N. Payne

Constable.-Henry Sage

UNITED STATES.

大美國領事官

Tae-me-kwoh-neah-sz-hoon.

Consul.-J. C. A. Wingate

FRANCE.

Vice Consul.-G. W. Caine

NETHERLANDS.

Consul.---Thomas William Richardson

DENMARK.

Consul.-H. A. Direks

        SWEDEN AND NORWAY. Vice Consul.-H. A. Direks

HANSEATIC Towns.

Consul.-H. A. Direks

Imperial Maritime Customs.

新關稅務司

Sin-koon-sui-mo-sze.

Commissioner of Customs.-H. D. Williams

Assistants.-R. J. Lent, R. J. Abbott, L.

Lefebore

Tide Surveyor.-J. H. May Tidewaiters.-R. Van Hove, H. Pantlin.

E. Allen, James S. Kermath, W. E. Stevenson, B. Cose, H. W. Poraz, R. Brodhurst, T. Wilkinson, A. Olsen

STATION AT DOUBLE ISLAND.

Tide Surveyor.--Samuel Parkhill Tidewaiter.-J. W. Parry

Peninsular & Oriental S. N. Co.

Agents.Bradley & Co.

Insurance Offices.

MARINE INSURANCES.

Bradley & Co., agents---

Lloyds'

London and Oriental Steam Transit In-

surance Company

Amicable Insurance Office of Calcutta North China Insurance Company China Traders' Insurance Company

Dircks & Co., Agents-

Germanic Lloyds'

Hamburg and Bremen Underwriters Colonial Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany of Batavia

De Oosterling Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Batavia

Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany of Batavia

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany of Samarang

Lincker & Co., Agents-

Netherlands, India, Sea and Fire Insur-

ance Company of Batavia

190

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCES.

Bradley & Co., agents-

SWATOW.

North British and Mercantile Insurance

Company of Liverpool (Fire)

Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool

(Fire and Life)

China Fire Insurance Company

Bank.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-

poration

Bradley & Co., agents

Missionaries.

ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

Rev. George Smith

Rev. H. L. Mackenzie

Wm. Gauld, M.D.

FRENCH FOREIGN MISSIONS.

Rev. A. Beruom

Rev. C. E. Tardy

Rev.

Verchere

Professions and Trades.

柴工師夫

Cha-kung-sai-peh.

Botefuhr & Co., shipwrights and black-

smiths

J. H. L. Botefuhr

德記行

Tey-kee-hong.

Bradley & Co., commission merchants

Thomas Wm. Richardson

James Goodrich

C. B. Warner

J. K. Goodrich

T. W. Home, godown-keeper

盧合行

Loo-ling-hong.

Dircks & Co., commission merchants

H. A. Direks

L. Ortmann

E. Saltzkorn

G. Schaar

豆流吾

Tau-lau-oon.

Drown & Co., shipchandlers, auctioneers,

and general agents

Thomas P. Drown

C. B. Quelch

P. Campbell

廣字

Quan fun.

Lincker & Co., merchants

A. G. Lincker

Wm. Holtzapfel

H. Stroof

Petersen, Bros., shipchandlers, &c.

Edward Petersen

M. D. Clausen

士吉醫生

Sze-cut-e-s

›-sang.

Scott, C. M., M.D., medical practitioner

雲先

Wan-sin.

Vincent, E., marine surveyor and com-

mission agent

John Mar Henry Frewin Henry Johnson J. G. Willoby Robert Conway A. L. Piersdorff W. Fischer

Pilots.

THE AMOY DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government

Offices.

GREAT BRITAIN.

R. Swinhoe, consul

C. Treasure Jones, senior assistant

E. Sollie, assistant and actg. packet agent

F. C. Braga, elerk

Chas. Pereira, constable

Joseph Paffen, gaoler

Consul-

UNITED STATES.

FRANCE.

J. C. War llaw, vice-consul

PORTUGAL.

J. C. War llaw, consul

SPAIN.

F. Faraldo, consul general

F. Cargi Cabrera, vice-consul (absent)

St. Julien H. Edwards, assistant and act-

ing chancellor

P. de Carlos, constable

DENMARK.

Edmund Pye, vice-consal

NETHERLANDS.

Johu Paterson, vice-consul

NORTH GERMAN CONFEDERATION. Charles J. Pasedag, vice-cousul H. Huntemann, constable

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Commissioner--Chas. Haunen (absent at

Peking)

Acting Commissioner- J. Alex. Man Assistants James Jones, F. E. Woodruff,

and A. Lay

Harbour Master ---Alfred F. Gardner Tide-surveyors -J. S. Halsey and W. John-

8011

Examiners-E. Herton and C. W. Pike Tide-waiters-J. Ritchie, J. Watson, J. Wichmann, H. Schaumiloffel, P. C. Kraal, D. Lark, C. J. Price, J. Poffin, H. McKinnon, and J. D. Smith

Insurance Offices.

Boyd & Co., agents for Lloyds'

Netherlands India Marine and Fire

Insurance Co. of Batavia Amicable Insurance Co. of Calcutta Royal Fire and Life Insurance Com-

pany of Liverpool

Bremen Marine Insurance Associa-

tion

Bombay Native Insurance Company Underwriters' Union at Amsterdam Sun Fire Insurance Company China Traders' Insurance Company

(Limited)

Oosterling Marine Insurance Com-

pany of Batavia

Elles & Co., agents→

Alliance Fire Insurance Company

Union Insurance Society of Canton

Canton Insurance Company

Triton Insurance Company Bombay Insurance Society Bangal Insurance Society

Ocean Marine Insurance Company

Pasedag & Co., agents--

Germanic Lloyds

Batavia Sea & Fire Insurance Co. Colonial Sea & Fire Insurance Co. Samarang Sea & Fire Insurance Co.

Tait & Co., agents-

Hongkong Insurance Company London and Oriental Steam Transit

Insurance Company

North British and Mercantile Firo

Insurance Company

North China Insurance Company

192

 Northern Assurance Company China Fire Insurance Company

Docks.

AMOY DOCK Company.

J. Cass, manager and secretary Albert Leigh, accountant

Charles Fielding, master blacksmith Y. Steffens, master shipwright C. J. Lange, master shipwright

Professions, Trades, &c.

里藍美

Bee-lum-mee.

Bellamy & Co., shipchandlers, &c.

C. A. S. Ayres

Boyd & Co., merchants

T. D. Boyd

W. C. Johnston, tea inspector Robert Craig

David Munro

Brown & Co., H. D., merchants

H. D. Prown

F. Pedder

W. Lailaw, tea inspector

R. Shaw

E. dos Santes

AMOY.

Cass, J., marine surveyor for local offices

裕記行

Yu-kee-Hong.

Dauver & Co., merchants

H. R. Dauver

N. H. Narawalla

P. M. Sanger

Eiles & Co., merchants

Jamieson Elles (absent) Edmund Pre

H. Smith

G. M. dos R-medios

J. M. Barra las

Eng Watt Bros. & Co., merchants

S. Eng Watt.

J. Mackenzie

Forster & Co., John, merchants

Ethibert M. Smith

Frank Leyburn, tea inspector

Alfred von Lessen

Falconer, G., watchmaker

Gerard & Co., C., shipchandlers and sail-

makers

P. Jacobsen

C. O. Kopp

機利士

Kee-lee-8z.

Giles & Co., shipchandlers, auctioneers,

sailmakers, and general dealers

John Giles

Wm. Kraal

R. Roberio

Jones, Carnegie & Scott, physicians

Charles M. Jones

John Carnegie

Charles M. Scott (Swatow)

Augustus Muller

Olilmer, E., photographer

Olyphant & Co., merchants

J. Maitland

逆記

Pou-kee.

Pasedag & Co., merchants

Charles J. Pasedag

Ernst Stiller

A. F. Pasedag

O. Drishaus

成記

Sin-kee.

Petersen & Co., H. A., merchants and com-

mission agents

H. A. Petersen

T. W. Danielsen

Tait & Co., merchants, agents for P. & O.

S. N. Company

James Tait (absent)

J. C. Wardlaw

John Paterson

J. L. Anderson, tea inspector

J. R. Christain

J. C. Masson

J. N. Pedder

鼎茂記行

Tiny-mow-kee-hong.

Tamooljee & Co. A., merchants

A. Tamooljee

F. Pussuually

Wilson, Nicholls & Co., shipchandlers,

sailmakers, and commission agents

W. Wilson

B. Nicholls

F. C. Brown

Pilots.

H. M. Hutchinson, local and coast pilot

W. Creighton,

D. Donellon,

do. do.

Missionaries.

Reformed Dutch Church, U.S.A. Rev. J. V. N. Talmage

Rev. D. Rapalje

Rev. L. W. Kip

Rev. J. H. Van Doren

AMOY.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. John Stroach

Rev. A. Stroach

Rev. John Macgowan

Rev. James Sadler

ENGLISH PResbyterian MISSION Rev. Carstairs Douglas

Rev. H. Cowie

Rev. W. McGregor

ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION.

103%

Rev. Francisco Zea, vicar apostolic Rev. José Dutras, Chang-chui mission Rev. Fernando Sainz, Takao vicar apostlic Rev. Andres Chinchon, Takao

Rev. F. Herce, Takao

Rev. Colomer, Takao

Rev. Nicolas Guixá

THE FORMOSA DIRECTORY.

TAMSU.

Consulates.

BRITISH VICE-CONSULATE.

Vice-Consul-William Gregory (absent)

Acting do. Henry F. Holt

Writer-Chin choo chin

Linguist-Kaw Hong Seang

Constable-G. J. Freeth

HANSEATIC Consulate.

    Consul-James Milisch Constable--Pedro Quarantemo

      Imperial Maritime Customs. Acting Commissioner-A. Kospch Tide Surveyor-G. F. Hume Examiner C. Earl

Tide Waiters-R. Goodridge, C. Powell,

J. Chartin and J. Maher

Linguists-Ho Apun, Lim Chinguan Weigher-Akin

Milisch & Co.

Merchants.

James Milisch

Pedro Quarantemo, gunner A. Francisco, watchman S. Saridgio, do.

Dodd & Co., merchants

John Dodd

S. G. Bird

Yap Thean Lye

Martin, Manilaman Simplico

do.

KEELUNG.

Imperial Maritime Customs

Tide Surveyor-J. Ford Tide Waiter A. Robbins Weigher-Achow

394

Merchants.

Dodd & Co., (Paoushun Hong)

John Dodd

R. Hicks, foreman

Milisch & Co.

FORMOSA.

James Milisch

TAKAO.

Consulates.

BRITISH & DANISH.

Consul-Chas. Carroll

Temporary Assistant-J. M. Marques Constable--A. Allevado

FRANCE.

Vice-consul --Neil McPhail

PRUSSIA, DENMARK & HANSEATIC STATES. Acting Consul ---Chas. Carroll

Imperial Maritime Customs.

·Commissioner--F. White

Assistant in charge-H. J. Fisher

Tide Surveyor and Harbour Master-W.

G. Merrick (sick leave)

    Acting Harbour Master-W. Emery Tide Waiters-J. Boyal, F. Diercks

Professions, Trades, &c.

Clarke, B. A.

Encarnacao, L. A., general storekeeper

Elles & Co.

W. H. Taylor

H. W. Bain (absent)

天利

Tien-lee.

McPhail & Co., merchants

J. W. McPhail

N. McPhail (Taiwanfoo)

R. R. Rothwell

Manson, P., M.D., Physician

Shaw, Robert, & Co., merchants

Robert Shaw

Tait & Co.

J. Paterson (absent)

J. C. Masson

J. D. Hardie

Missionaries.

ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN MISSION.

J. L. Maxwell, M.D.

Rev. Hugh Ritchie

ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION.

Dominicians:-

Pe. F. F. Sainz

Pe. A. Chinchou

F. Herce

R. Colomer

TAIWANFOO.

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Tide Surveyor (in charge)-G. Gue Tide Wailers-J. Hoskins and W. B.

McSwiney

THE FOOCHOW DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government Offices.

GREAT BRITAIN.

各位領事

Koh-wei-ling-sz.

Consul-Chas. A. Sinclair

Acting Interpreter-Herbert J. Allen

Assistant--Thomas Walters Temporary Clerk--W. J. Hendrickson Constable-Pedro Alexandro

UNITED STATES.

Consul-A. Canfield

Marshal-B. S. Lyman

FRANCE.

Acting Vice-Consul-T. A. Lyon

SWEDEN AND Norway.

Vice-Consul-D. O. Clark

CUSTOMS' HULK "Spartan," Pagoda ANCHORAGE.

Tide Surveyor-H. Meade Boarding Officer-H. Vierow

Tide Waiters-R. Henderson, H. H. Hud- son, W. Honan, E. Delestre, J. Maloney, J. G. Thomas, J. C. Brett, H. J. Waller, J. Duboies, J. Menzies, F. H. Jones, J. Hamlyn

Pilots.

RIVER MIN.

Licensed Pilots-C. Schmidt, G. A. Shack- elford, G. Shay, C. E. Porter, R. A. Smith, J. W. Mitchell, D. Redston, R. Caw, G. Oeltze, H. Robertson

Public Companies.

INSURANCES.

Adamson & Co. W. R., agents--

China Fire Insurance Company

Fussell & Co., agents-

DENMARK.

Consul--Chas. A. Wild

SPAIN.

Vice-Consul-

PORTUGAL.

Acting-Consul-Geo. W. Stiles

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents---

British and Foreign Marine Insurance

Company

NETHERLANDS.

Acting Vice-Consul~T. Pim

HAMBURG And Bremen,

Acting Consul--H. Krüger

Imperial Maritime Customs.

海關

Hai-kwan.

Commissioner-Baron de Méretins Assistants--F. N. May (on leave), W. T.

Lay, C. Jamieson, F. H. Hughes Tide Surveyor (acting)-R. Lowe Tide Waiters-H. C. Müller, L. P. Mollor, H. Smith, M. Cordeiro, P. Gueymard

Union Insurance Society, Canton

Gilman & Co., agents---

Lloyds', London

Association of Underwriters of Glas-

gow

Underwriters' Association of Liver-

pool

North China Insurance Company Ocean Marine Insurance Company London Assurance Corporation Imperial Fire Insurance Company

Heard & Co., Augustine, agents-

Marine Branch of the Australian Fire

and Life Insurance Company

196

FOOCHOW.

東藩匯理銀行

China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited

London and Oriental Steam Transit

Insurance Office

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents- Canton Insurance Office Triton Insurance Company Bombay Insurance Society Bengal Insurance Society

Alliance Marine Insurance Company Ocean Marine Insurance Company Alliance Insurance Company Hongkong Fire Insurance Company Alliance Fire Insurance Company

Kinnear & Co., agents-

Sun Fire Office, London

Olyphant & Co., agents--

New York Board of Underwriters

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Silverlock & Co., agents-

Queen Insurance Company (Fire)

Turner & Co., agents-

Netherlands, India, Marine Insurance

Company

Home & Colonial Insurance Company Northern Fire and Life Insurance

Company

FOOCHOW DOCKYARD. Skey, Capt. John, Superintendent

John S. Lamont, foreman shipwright W. Bain, foreman blacksmith Geo. Popp, clerk.

Banks.

Chartered Mercantile Bank

John Campbell, agent

香港上海銀行

Heong-kong-sheong-hoi-ngan-hong.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corpo-

ration

J. S. Louden, agent

E. J. Pereira

Toong-fan-wui-tee-ngan-hong.

Oriental Bank Corporation

J. G. Rickard, acting agent

T. J. Gardiner, asst. acet. and cashier

A. Marques, clerk

Professions, Trades, &c.

天祥

Tien-cheang.

Adamson, & Co., W. R., merchants

H. G. Pemberton

C. Lyall Grant, tea inspector W. L. Hunter

福典

Fook-king.

Birley & Co., merchants Thomas Smith

H. L. Dalrymple, tea inspector

同珍

Tung-ching.

Bull, Purdon & Co., merchants

S. H. Clarke

Geo. Dent

Cobbett Edwin, public tea inspector and

commission merchant

Dring, Hy. Jno., marine surveyor, Chop

Min. (Pagoda Anchorage)

Dobie & Co., at Pagoda Island

F. H. Porter, assistant in charge F. W. Page

天裕

Teen-eu.

Forster & Co., John, merchants

John Forster

H. Sutherland

J. Gittins

J. B. Ewart

H. Reynell

和記

Woo-kee.

Fussell & Co., merchants

John Odell

Morgan Maclean, tea inspector

Oliver Latham

Henry Rignell

FOOCHOW.

197

乾記

Kien-kee.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

H. Lowcock, agent

H. P. Tennant, tea inspector

太平

Tai-ping.

Gilman & Co., merchants, agents for

Lloyds'

Ć. A. Wild

F. D'Iffanger

C. J. Melhuish

T. Fairhurst

金順

Loong-shun.

Heard & Co., Augustine, merchants (agents

for P. & O. S. N. Co.'s steamers)

A. M. Daly, tea inspector

F. Stone

J. K. Cunningham

J. P. Cowles

W. H. Pettick

義利

E-lee.

Hedge & Co., merchants

Thomas Dunn

T. B. Hedge

T. B. Cunningham

W. Morrissey

Geo. Geere

Thomas Santiago

Chee-kee.

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants

J. C. Ridge, agent

天興

Teen-hing.

How & Co., E. H., public tea inspectors

E. H. How

W. P. Galton

W. M. Reeves

J. E. Browne

義和

Yee-wo.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants

T. A. Lyon, (agent, and acting vice-

consul for France)

Capt. Thos. G. Glover

C. Noack

Kinnear & Co., public tea inspectors

W. B. Kinnear

Henry R. Kinnear

生昌行

Sung-cheong-hong

Margesson & Co., merchants

J. P. Lalor, tea inspector

E. M. Murray

同学

Tung-fo.

Olyphant & Co., merchants

T. Pim, tea-inspector

W. L. Welsh

Overweg & Co., merchants

F. Schenfeld, agent

Reilly & Co., " Commercial Hotel"

F. E. Reilly

Rosario & Co., printers

D. do Rosario

Alexandre Marçal, Junr.

Pedro Vieira

連利

Lin-li.

Rusden, Phipps & Co., merchants

A. W. G. Rusden

A. L. Phipps

H. Hickling, tea inspector

#IE Kee-cheang.

Russell & Co., merchants

D. O. Clark, (vice-consul for Sweden

and Norway)

E. Sheppard C. G. Lenny

F. F. Elwell

B. Pereira

禪臣

Seem-sun.

Siemssen & Co., merchants

H. Krüger

H. Peers

198

中和

Chung-uo.

Silverlock, John, & Co., merchants

J. Gurney Fry

M. W. Greig, tea inspector

FOOCHOW.

Sassoon, Sons & Co., David, merchants

H. Piper, agent and tea inspector

Saunders, J. C., marine surveyor for Lloyds

agents and local offices

Stiles, G. W.,

Poo-shun.

merchant

和記

Who-kee.

Turner & Co., merchants

John Owens

A. W. Walkinshaw, tea inspector

W. F. Sharp

Missionaries.

AMERICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH MISSION.

Rev. Robert S. Maclay, D.D.

Rev. Stephen L. Baldwin Rev. Nathan Sites

Rev. Virgil C. Hart

Rev. Lucius N. Wheeler

ENGLISH CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. John Wolfe

Rev. Arthur W. Cribb

AMERICAN Board of CoMMISSIONERS

FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS.

Rev. Lyman B. Peet

Rev. Caleb C. Baldwin

Rev. Charles Hartwell

Rev. Simeon F. Woodin

南門外

Nan-muon-gie.

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

Rev. Fred. Guillermo Burnó

Rev. Dinamarquez (absent)

THE NINGPO DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

GREAT BRITAIN.

大英國領事衙門

Ta-ying-ling-se-ya-mun.

Consul-Wm. H. Fittock

Interpreter-R. J. Forrest (absent)

Actg. Interpreter & Assistant-C. Gardner

2nd. Assistant--E. Egan

Constable Jose Torrez

FRANCE.

大法領事衙門

Ta-fa-ling-se-ya-mun.

Consul-G. Eug. Simon

Chancellier Interpreter-Ed. Thomassin

Commis de Chancellire-Dauxerre

UNITED STATES.

大美領事衙門

Ta-mei-ling-se-ya-mun.

Vice-Consul-Edwd. C. Lord

Marshal-Francis Ross

SPAIN.

Vice-Coneu-G. Eug. Simon

PRUSSIA.

Consular Agent--J. Truelsen

DENMARK.

Consul-W. H. Fittock

HANSEATIC TOWNS.

Consul-Ferd. Nissen (absent)

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Vice-Consul-Ferd. Nissen (absent)

Acting do. -W. Robertson

Imperial Maritime Customs.

新關

Sin-kwan.

Commissioner--J. K. Leonard

1st Assistant & Interpreter-H. E. Hobson-

2nd do.

3rd do.

-A. Norion -D. G. Murray

Tide Surveyors-H. Bake & F. Collinson Examiners-E. Wheatley, A. Sharpe, J.

S. Murray, and C. Tookey (for north barrier)

Tide Waiters-J. Morgan, G. Reeves, F.

Wegener, M. Kock, F. Neilson

Lighthouse Superintendent--J. Combe

Keeper-W. C. Moore

CRUISER.

Captain-J. Samways

1st Officer-W. B. Anderson

2nd do. -C. H. Williams

ANGLO-CHINESE FORCE. General-J. E. Cooke

Major-

Captain--J. C. Watson, and 200 men

200

Police Station.

NINGPO.

甯順

Superintendent-F. B. Golding

Sergeant-C. King

Constables-J. Campbell, F. Bossmar, H.

Gerard, and 8 Chinese

Insurances.

Davidson & Co., agents-

North China Insurance Company China Fire Insurance Company Canton Insurance Company Hongkong Fire Insurance Company

Hart, W.,

agent

Liverpool Underwriters' Association

Nissen and Robertson, agents--

Yangtsze Insurance Association of

Shanghai

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Samarang

De Oosterling Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Batavia

Rees, Wm., agent-

China Traders' Insurance Company

Wadman & Co., E., agents-

Union Insusance Office Imperial Fire

SHANGHAI STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY.

Nissen and Robertson, agents

Bank.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-

poration (Limited)

Davidson & Co., agents

POST OFFICE.

L. W. Neves Postmaster

Merchants, Professions, and Trades.

廣生

Koong-sang.

Aurbach & Co., merchants

E. Aurbach (absent)

M. J. Sloman

F. W. Galles

"Cafe de Paris

David Lark, proprietor

Ning-shun.

Coit, Truelsen & Co., merchants

F. Coit

J. Truelsen

廣源

Kwong-yuen.

Davidson & Co., merchants

William Davidson

W. B. Jamieson

A. N. Brown

William Davidson, Jr., (absent)

Robt. W. Davidson

秘順洋行

Yu-shin-yeong-hong.

Groth, J., merchant

J. Groth

W. Papps

悅來

Yue-lae.

Hart, W., & Co., merchants

William Hart

Hart, G. M., merchant

G. M. Hart

"Hamburg Hotel," F. Kuapel

F. Muller, proprietor

遜昌

Sun-chong.

Hudson & Co., merchants

J. S. Hudson

密朶士醫生

Mut-to-sze-e-sung.

Meadows, Dr. R., physician

耀臣

Seem-shun.

Nissen and Robertson

F. Nissen (absent)

W. Robertson

A. Gultgow

Ollerdessen, H., baker

to Hung-san.

Price, J. F., merchant

J. F. Price

利生

Lee-sang.

Sassoon, Sons & Co., merchants

Isaac Joseph, agent

Sassoon, E. D., & Co., merchants

J. Jacob

NINGPO.

"Queen's Hotel," Wm. Broadfoot, manager

and proprietor

利源

Lee-yuen.

Rees, William, merchant

Wm. Rees

Samuel Bower

"Starling Inn.," T. Brown, proprietor

SWANBERG'S HOTEL.

Wm. Swanberg, Proprietor and manager

Toll Collector, Bridge of Boats, A. Rossich

Tyree, F., merchant

Wadman & Co., merchants

E. Wadman

Williams & Co., Storekeepers & auctioneers

H. P. Williams

P. Vaughan

H. Wurdemanu

J. Robinson

J. Smith

H. Smith

A. Caperon

P. Brown

Pilots.

Tung River Pilot Company.

Mr. Sutherland

Mr. Caperon

Mr. Wheelwright

Mr. Herrmann

Missionaries.

AMERICAN Presbyterian MISSION.

D. B. McCartee, A.M., M.D.

Rev. Joseph A. Levenberger

Rev. David D. Green, at Hangchow Rev. Samuel Dodd

do

AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSION.

Rev. M. J. Knowlton

Rev. Horace Jenkins

Rev. Carl T. Kreyer (at Hangchow)

CHURCH OF ENGLAND MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. Geo. F. Moule (absent) Rev. Arthur E. Moule

Rev. J. Bates

Rev. J. D. Valentine (Hangchow)

Rev. Thos. H. Hudson

Rev. H. Gretton

(do.)

ENGLISH BAPTIST MISSION.

MR. TAYLOR'S MISSION.

Rev. James Meadows

Rev. George Crombie

Rev. S. P. Barchet

ENGLISH UNITED METHODIST Free

CHURCH.

Rev. W. R. Fuller

Rev. J. Mard

201

ENGLISH LADIES' MISSIONARY Society. Mrs. E. C. Lord

Missionaries Catholique de Ningpo. M. S. G. Delaplace, Evoque d'Andrinople,

Vicaire-Apostolique du Che-Kiang Missionaries.-P. Montangneu, H. Salvan, J. Rizzi, F. Gambart, A. Gullot, J. B. Bret

SOEURS DE LA CHARITE.

Maison de Jesus EnfanT. Catherine Pasquier, supérieure Marie Antichan Louise Louv Madeline Célard Gabrielle Perbovre Vincent Laracine Catherine Cacqueray Angelique Luscan Seraphine Barthélemy Jeanne Ridez

Stephanie Marfondet

Cécile Roddier

Marie Leclercq

Eugenie Pavillon Augustine Valeyre Elizabeth Lethimonier

Marie Herrgott

上 SHANGHAI. 海

The Names of the Streets in the English Settlement.

ORIGINAL NAME.

Bund........

None.....

None...

Bridge Street............

Church Street...

NORTH AND SOUTH ROADS.

SECOND NAME.

Yang-tsze...... Yuen Ming Yuen...

Gnaomen.....

Keangsoo....

Keangse

PRESENT NAME.

CHINESE NAME.

楊子路

Yang-sze......

Yuen Ming Yuen Upper L

Yuen Ming Yuen Lower 圓明園路下

Sze-chuen......

|四川路

江西路

Keangse.....

Barrier Street.....

Honan...

Honan.....

河南路

Temple Street..

Shantung..

Shantung...

山東路

Louzar

Shanse.....

Shanse

山西路

None...

Chili.....

Chili....

Shackloo.....

Fukien

Soochow ...

Soochow

Sikh

Quangse...

Fukien.......

(N. of N'king R. Chekiang

S. of N'king R. Hoopeh

Quangse.....

直隸路 福建路

I

廣西路

None......

Yunan.....

None..

None.....

Yunan....

Thibet...

雲南路

西藏路

EAST AND WEST ROADS.

Bund on the Soochow

Soochow..

Soochow .....

蘇州路

Creek...

None..

Hongkong

Hongkong..

香港路

Consulate.......

Pekin....

Pekin......

北京路

None......

None

Amoy..

厦門路

None......

None

Woosich.....

無錫路

Kirk's Avenue..

Ningpo....

Ningpo....

None......

Taewan

Taewan.....

甯波路

Fives' Court Lane......... Tientsin .......

Park Lane and Maloo... Nankin....

   Rope Walk Road......... Hangchow Custom House Road..... Hankow

Mission Road.

Foochow...

North Gate Street......... Cantou......

None....

None

Band on Yang-king-pang Sung-keang.

a

Tientsin.....

天津路

Nankin.......

...

南京路

Kiukiang....

九江路

Hankow.....

漢口路

Foochow....

福州路

廣東路

Canton....

Woo-hoo......

Sung-keang.

|蕪湖路

松江路

THE SHANGHAI DIRECTORY.

Consulates, Public Offices, and Institutions.

BRITISH CONSULATE.

大英衙門

Ta-ying-ya-mun.

Consul-C. A. Winchester

Vice-consul-R. J. Forrest

Chaplain-Rev. C. H. Butcher

Interpreter-W. G. Stronach Assistant-Geo. Jamison

Shipping Clerk-W. H. Tapp.

Assistant Shipping Clerk-S. J. Harris

H.B.M.'s Supreme Court for ChinA AND JAPAN.

Sir Ed. Hornby, chief judge

C. W. Goodwin, assistant judge

R. A. Mowat, Acting Law Secretary and

Registrar

   R. Medard, private Secretary and chief clerk W. Lowder,

C. Bate, clerk, civil department

   R. Bishop, clerk, criminal department J. Henson, summary clerk

George Jeffrey, chief usher

BRITISH PACKET AGENCY.

Near the British Consulate.

大英書信館

Tah-ying-shoe sun-kwan.

J. P. Martin, packet agent

{ J. M. E. Machado, assistant

Lee-Ling-tong, shroff

CONSULATE COAL.

S. Saunders, head constable

A. Coulter, do.

J. McNaught,

do.

CONSULAT General de FRANCE.

法蘭西國總領事衙門

Fa-lan-seh-kwoh-Tsung-ling-sze-Ya-mun.

Visct. Brenier de Montmorand-consul

general

A. Rey-chancellier

A. Huber-interprete (en couzè)

Thomorffisa Peis

C. Dillon--Elève cousul

Hébrard-Japon commis de chancellerie

do.

E. Vincienne-

UNITED STATES CONSULATE.

大美國總領事衙門

Ngo-mei-kwoh-tsung-ling-sze-Ya-mun.

G. F. Seward-consul general (absent)

Willie P. Magnum, vice-consul general

B. Jenkins-interpreter

B. R. Lewis-deputy consul general

O. B. Bradford-clerk of court

C. Williams-marshal

Willis Adams-constable

RUSSIAN Consulate.

俄羅斯國公館

Ngo-lo-sze-kwoh-kung-kwan.

Albert F. Heard-consul

G. B. Dixwell-vice-consul

J. E. Reding-secretary of the consulate

Chen Tsz Fong-Chinese secretary

PORTUGUESE CONSULATE General

FOR CHINA and Japan.

西洋國總領事公館

Sen-yang-kecoh-tzung-ling-sze-kung-kwan..

H. P. Hanssen,-acting-consul general

L. A. Tavares,--chancelier

F. L. Monteiro,-constable

204

LUBECK CONSULATE.

魯伯國公館

Lan-peh-kwoh-kung kwan.

R. Heinsen-cousul

PRUSSIAN CONSULATE General.

布路斯國小館

Poo-lao-sze-kwoh-kung kwan,

SHANGHAI.

A. Tettenborn--consul gencral (in charge)

W. Probst-vice-consul

K. Himly-interpreter

C. Gaerte-assistant

H. Turner-constable

AUSTRIAN, HAMBURGH, AND BREMEN CONSULATE.

布林晏國公館

Poo-lin-yen-kwoh-kung-kwan,

R. Heinsen--consul

SWEDEN CONSULATE GEVERAL.

瑞威國公館

Suy-wei-hcon-hung-hean.

AND NORWAY CONSULATE.

瑙城國公館

Naou-wei-kwoh-kung-kwan.

F. B. Forbes, consul-general

DANISH CONSULATE.

丹國公館

Tan-kwoh-kung-kwan.

F. B. Johnson, acting consul

G. Bech, vice-consul

BELGIAN Consulate.

Edward Morel-consul (absent.)

H. Wallich-acting consul

ITALIAN CONSULATE.

音大蒜國公館

E-ta-lee-kwok-kung-kwan.

J. Hogg-consul

E. J. Hogg-vice-consul

H. Hertz-chancellier

SPANISH COnsulate.

日斯巴眺亞國公館

Jih-zee-pah-nee-ah-kwoh-kung-kwan.

Leon Checa-consul

M. Rodriguez-vice-consul

NETHERLANDS VICE-CONSULATE.

荷國公館

Ho-lan-kwoh-kung-kwan.

T. Kroes-vice-consul

Municipal Council.

No. 12, Honan Road, between Foochow and Hankow Road.

F. B. Johnson-chairman

A. A. Hayes, Jr.-vice-chairman

A. Michie

E. Maintz

F. Borntraeger

E. Iveson

E. Maccall

Alexander Johnson-secretary

MUNICIPAL Council Offices.

No. 12, Honan Road. 工部

Kung-poo.

Alexander Johnstou, secretary

I. Matthias Lloyd, accountant

Rev. J. W. Lambuth, interpreter

J. McMillan, assistant

A. B. Le Poer Power, assistant J. B. Kelly,

do.

FOREIGN TAX COLLECTOR.

George Roggers

SURVEYOR'S Office.

No. 11, Hunan Road 工部

Kung-poo.

E. H. Oliver, surveyor

C. B. Clark, clerk of works

MUNICIPAL GENERAL Stores.

No. 13, Honan Road.

工部棧房

Kung-poo-store.

J. Howes, store-keeper

LOCAL POST OFFICE.

No. 25, Szechuen Road. 工部信館

Kung-poo-sin-kuan.

Alfred J. Adams, manager

NINGPO BRANCH.

工部分設甯波信館 Ning-po-fun-chit-sin-kwan.

A. A. da Silva, manager

SHANGHAI.

REGISTRATION OFFICE For ServanTS.

No. 25, Szechuen Road.

IBETAFF Kung-poo-necu-k'keen-kung-o.

Alfred J. Adams, acting manager

MUNICIPAL POLICE HEAD QUARTERS.

STATION.

No. 11, Honan Road.

巡捕聽房

Chun-poo-ting-fany.

C. Penfold, superintendent

A. Stripling, inspector (Hong-que) Station

W. Fowler, do. (Lowza) Station

13 sergeants and 44 constables (European)

do. 45 do. (Chinese)

1

SHANGHAI FIRE DEPARTMENT.

上海水龍公所

Shang-hai-shwui-loong-kung-so.

Head Quarters, Municipal Building.

One steam Engine Company.

Three hand Engine Companies. One Hook and ladder Company.

A. A. Hayes, Jr., Fire Commissioner S. C. Farnham chief Engineer W. E. Stephenson asst. do.

French Municipal Council.

E. Bonneville-president

A. Nachtrieb-vice-president

Rev. Père Aymeri

B. Dato

F. A. Groom

E. Massias, M.D.

E. Millot

Rev. M. T. Yates

P. Agostini, secretaire

FRENCH MUNICIPAL POlice StatioNS. E. Antoine--chef de Police

C. Berthelot - Officier

5 Sergeants,

47 Constables

SECRETARY'S OFFICE.

P. Agostini-Secretaire

F. Severans

A. Dumont J. Lanfranchi N. Drouillard

French Post Office.

大法國書信館

Tah-foh-kwo-shoo-sun-kwan.

203

H, Maignan Champromain-com:nissaire

du Gouvernement près la Companie des Messageries Imperiales

P. Cousin

Imperial Maritime Customs.

INSPECTORATE Gegeral, Peking. Robert Hart, inspector-general J. D. Campbell, secretary

J. A. Man

OFFICE OF MARITIME Customs, SHANGHAI,

Commissioner-George Henry Fitzrov

Deputy Commissioner Return Department-

G. H. Noetzli

Clerks, 1st class-Charles L. Simpson,

James Smith, A. Piry

Clerks, 2nd class-W. Cartwright, J. H.

Gibbs

Clerks, 3rd class-M. R. Mercer, H. H. Hollins, J. Jaques, M. E. Towell, C. W. de St Croix, F. A. Morgan, J. L. Black- more, G. Detring, J. Jeffry

Clerks, 4th class-J. M. Daal, E. Blanche- ton, W. N. Morehouse, A. Imbert, A. Mouillesaux

Tide Surveyors-H. J. Canham, M. L

Smith, J. W. Green, J. H. Penrose Examiners-A. H. Anderson, L. J. Voge- ler, J. Henderson, W. Sanders, W. Fen- ming, J. Fritz, C. C. Gram, W. H. Luther Tidewaiters-A. Pacer, H. F. Jensen, F. P. Delacour, T. H. Dredge, J. Liaigre, W. J. Vincent, G. C. Lindau, C. Gunther, P. W. Sinnott, W. Lawless, N. Joss, A. L. Woolf, J. Newbury, S. T. Palmer, J. Mahon, H. A Beste, J. Brossard, V. Naudin, W. E. Parsons, E. D. Burrell, R. Halse, F. Dietert, C. V. Bono

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT. Hockly J. M., R.N. Harbour Master, and

Conservator of the Yang-tsze-kiang

S. A. Viguier-Acting do. Croad, A.- Assistant Harbour Master H. Batten,

do.

do.

OFFICE.

J. B. Dufield

G. M. Todd, C.E., Clerk of works

206

SHANGHAI,

IN CHARGE OF SMALL CRAFT.

· G. J. Rebbeck

J. Ross

KIN TOAN BEACON.

WOO SUNG.

C. D. Braysher

Light Ships.

Lower Yang-tsze.

John Broadhurst,--Captain

J. M. Nelson,--Mate

Langshan Crossing.

Seven, H.,-Captain Castro, A.,-Mate

H.B.M. Naval and Victualling Yard and Coal Depot.

大英新棧房

Tah-ying-sun-chan-fang.

In Charge of Naval Victualliny, and Mili. tary Stores and Coal depot, and Resident

Naval accountant at Shanghai-W. E.

Chown

Assistant Paymaster, W. J. Mayne, R.N. Gunner, S. Tilley, R.N.

Naral Stores Issuer, G. E. T. Porter

Asst.

do.,

Vict.

do..

A381.

do..

Fred. Maclean

W. Covington

C. J. Cropp

Military Stores Issuer, Ed. Mitchell

Master Cooper, G. J. Wilkins

H.M.S. Acorn, Hospital Ship Peter Mitchell Roe, surgeon

John E. Cook, assistant pay-master in charge

SHANGHAI GENERAL HOSPITAL. French Bund

Physician-Dr. Nissen

Secretary-J. Bernard

Sailors' Home.

豐順

Foong-shun.

E. B. Kelly, superintendent

E. Bowen, shipping clerk

W. N. Robinson, steward R. Reeves, 1st constabie

              do. J. Day, 2nd

ANGLO CHINESE SCHOOL.

英華書館

Ying-ho-su-kwan.

No. 12 Hankow Road.

F. R. Gamwell, Hon. Secretary

John Fryer, Head Master

Chang-tsu-kwai, Shanghai teacher Ju-sui-chi, Cantonese teacher

Shanghai Club.

W. F. B. Sams, secretary

Public Companies.

INSURANCES.

W. R. Adamson & Co., agents-

Lancashire Insurance Co. of Manchester

Blain, Tate & Co., agents--

Commercial Union Fire Assurance

Co., London

Brand & Co. Wm., agents

Phoenix Assurance Company

London and Provincial Marine In- surance Co.

Bower, Hanbury & Co., agents-

Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool

Cana & Co. P. F., agents-

Bombay Native Insurance Company

China Merchants' Insurance Company

Victoria Insurance Company

泰安

Tai-on.

China Fire Insurance Co., Keangsee Road

Secretary-F. E. Gwynne

Assistant-W. R. Bennett

Surveyor-H. Lester

Chapman King & Co, agents-

Sun Fire Insurance Office, London Albert Fire Insurance Company

Dow & Co., agents

Liverpool and London and Globe Fire

Insurance Company

Frazar & Co., agents-

Boston (U. S. A.) Board of Under-

writers

American Lloyds'

New York Board of Underwriters'

SHANGHAI.

Queen Fire Insurance Company of Liv-

erpool and London

National Provincial Marine Insurance

Company of London

Marine Investment Company Limited,

London

Gamwell, F. R., agent-

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society

Gilman & Co., agents-

North British & Mercantile Insurance

Company

Occan Marine Insurance Company Royal Exchange Assurance Co. of

London

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents--

Imperial Fire Insurance Co., Shanghai

and Hankow

Union Insurance Society of Canton

Holliday, Wise & Co., agents-

      Manchester Fire Insurance Campany Hall & Holtz, agents-

Grant's Trans-Mongolian Telegia

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents-

  Alliance Fire Insurance Company Canton Insurance office Triton Insurance Company Bengal Insurance Society Alliance Marine Assurance office Bombay Insurance Company

Ocean Marine Insurance Co. of Bombay Hongkong Insurance Company

Kroes & Co. T., agents-

Amsterdam Joint Underwriters' Asso-

ciation

Wm. Chisolm? agents-

F. D. Barnes)

London and Oriental Steam Transit

Insurance office

保家行

Pau-ka-hong.

NORTH CHINA INSURANCE COMPANY.

Secretary-J. S. Mackintosh

Clerks J. K. Davis, W. Pardon, W. M.

Warrick, G. A. da Silva

Olyphant & Co., agents

207

San Francisco Board of Underwriters Merchants Mutual Insurance Com-

pany, San Francisco

Pustau & Co. Wm., agents-

Allgemeine Versicherungs Gessells-

chaft, Helvetia, St. Gallen Allgemeine Vericherungs Gesellschaft, fur See, Fluss, und Land Tran- port, Dresden

Hamburgh & Bremen Marine Insur-

ance Companies

Hamburgh & Bremen Fire Insurance

Company

Russell & Co. agents and secretaries-

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Trautmann & Co, agents-

Ocean Marine Insurance Company o

Rotterdam

Turner & Co., agents--

Home and Colonial Insurance Com-

pany, London

Northern Assurance Company Netherlands, India, Marine and Fire

Insurance Co. of Batavia

Seimssen & Co. agents-

De Oosterlings Sea and Fire Insur-

ance Co. of Batavia Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company

Willkinson & Co., Alfred, agents-

Guardian Fire Assurance Company

COMPANIE DES SERVICES MARITIMES DES MESSAGERIES IMPERIALES.

大法國火輪船公司

Tai-fat-kwoh-fo-lun-shuen-kung-az.

Agent G. Brenier

Permier Commis-A. Hennequin

Commissaur Morchandises-F. Ñ. P. Campos

Commis-F. du Jardin

火輪船公司行

Ho-lun-shuen-Kuny-se-hong.

PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL S. N. COMPANY,

Win. Chisolm

F. D. Barnes

Joint agents

E. Moore, assistant

J. X. Moutiero, do.

208

J. F. R. Braga, do.

W. Weymouth, do.

SHANGHAI.

Shanghai StEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY

Russell & Co. agents

金利源

Kin lee-yuen.

S. S. N. Co.'s Godowns.

G. A. Butler, godown keeper

W. K. Tucker, storekeeper

H. T. Haley, wharf clerk

C. C. Kendall, cargo

clerk

UNION STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

Glover & Co., agents

L. H. Stoddard

E. B. Guttierez

S. A. Remedios

W. J. Sutherland

SHANGHAI GAS COMPANY,

T. G. Mead, engineer

G. J. W. Cowie, secretary

--

HAKODADI STEAM SAW MILLS.

J. Thorne & Co., agents

BLACK BALL PILOT COMPANY.

江仙

Kong-sin.

Office-Hankow Road

H. J. Bill, secretary

R. Willian's

Pilots.

J. Snowden Theo. Walter D. C. Camphell C. Christianssen John T. Mills John K. Mooney John T. Taylor

Joseph Vaughan

INDEPENDENCE PILOT COMPANY.

Fobes & Co., agents

R. Smith

John Symons Richard Knott John Simpson Henry Wilson C. E. Hendriks

J. Simpson L. P. Frisby J. Barron H. Wilson

Shanghai MERCANTILE PILOT COMPANY Mackenzie & Co., agents

Schooners, Daniel Webster and Syren.

Pilots.-Ed. A. Brand

John E. Coates Wm. N. Deville Harry Ingle

Jos. S. Ludlam

David Martin James Simpson Alex. Smith

W. A. Burr

CHINESE LICENSED PILOTS.

Adoo

Agnee (young Mobee) A young Apoo Adoo, Jr. Ah-nee Chang-yee

Chung ah-mung (Ay"ng) Chu ah sung Chow anui Chang yo Chang yu Long Long Lung yu Mohee, (old) Tom King

Tom King, No. 2

SHANGHAI WHARF COMPANY.

J. B. Tootal, agent, No. 10 Hankow Road,

F. Torckler, supt.

KUNG CHUN Wharf & GODOWNS.

Glover & Co., agents

SHANGHAI CARGO BOAT COMPANY,

公易登船單

Kung-yih-tung shuen-tan.

McLean, Thorburn & Co., agents

J. Main, assistant

UNION WHARF COMPANY.

A. Michie

A. A. Hayes, Jr. { Directors E. F. Duncanson

W. C. Blanchard, manager G. G. Mayne, assistant A. S. Hallett, do.

船廠

Ch'uen chong.

SHANGHAI,

矩規堂

Kwei-(keu-dong.

MASONIC HALL.

SHANGHAI STEAM-BOAT DOCK, OLD DOCK.

AND NEW Dock.

Foundry, Machine Shop, and Ship Yard.

John P. Roberts

M. Branken Thos. Williams

Wm. C. Eppes

E. M. Neale

SHANGHAI TUG AND LIGHTER COMPANY,

The Bund.

駁船公司行

Po-shuen-kung-sze-hong.

Capt. A. Mason, secretary & superintendent

F. Deslandes, accountant

Andrew Johnstone, James Robson, and

William Johnson,-assistants

東海木公所

Tung-hai-mu-kung-80.

WEST PACIFIC COMPANY, LIMITED.

Thorne, John, & Co., agents, 5, Yang-

gtsze Road

和明

Ho-ming.

SHANGHAI GENERAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

W. Pearson, secretary, office, 25, Keangse

Road

法蘭西醫生

Fa-lan-se E-sang.

SHANGHAI GENERAL HOSPITAL.

French Bund

SHANGHAI LIBRARY

2, Yangtze Road, (in the Club Building)

Anderson, J., Hon. Sec.

Menzies, A., Librarian

法蘭西新閘郎

Sing-sa-long,

COMPAGNIE du Gas.

De la Concession Francaise-Yang-kin-

pang Creek

Pelegrin, H., director

Gosselin, J.

Ulbrick, J. G.

Schöberg, J.

Jeffrey, Geo.

仁濟醫館

Jint-tsee-Ee-kwan.

CHINESE HOSPITAL.

209%

Johnston, James, M.D., medical officer, 4,

Shanghai Road

Banks.

阿加刺

Ma-ka-li.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and

China, Keangsee Road

Edward Maccall, manager

James Somerville, accountant

Alexander Price, clerk

有利

Yau-le

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, Lon

don, and China, Kiukiang Road

R. B. Baker, manager

J. A. Taylor, accountant

J. Fraser, assistant accountant

W. J. E. Stewart, do. do. do. do.

R. Darling,

J. E. Rozario, assistant

F. V. Sanches, do.

金孖沙銀行

Kam-ma-30-ugun-hong.

Commercial Bank Corporation of India and

the East

W. Mitchell

佛蘭西銀行

Fa-lan-se-yin-hong

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris, Nanking

Road

H. Wallich, manager

A. Phillippe, accountant

A. Funk

O. Schuffenhauer

H. Sillem

X. Sanches

210

SHANGHAI.

匯豐

Hwuy foong

Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation

David Maclean, manager

 Thos. Jackson, accountant Wm. Murray

G. E. Noble

Herbert Cope

M. A. Carvalho

M. L. Pereira

禮查

Lee-cha.

"Astor House " Hotel

Farr & Co., managers

G. Baker

S. H. Schmidt

亞士利

A-see-lee.

Ashley & Co., sailmakers, 6, Wing-hong Road

C. J. Ashley

J. S. Ludlam

D. Martin

麗如

Le-joo.

Oriental Bank Corporation, The Bund.

J. McDouall, manager

Alex. Paterson, act. sub-manager L. Cameron, do. accountant G. Lethbridge, do. sub-accountant D. A. J. Crombie, cashier

Wm. McMicken, asst. accountant P. M. Carvalho

J. L. Pereira Thos. Payne, Jr.

G. M. Carvalho

Merchants, Professions, Trades, &c.

天祥

Tien-chang.

Adamson & Co., W. R., merchants, The

Bund

J. Anderson

F. H. Bell.

F. M. Youd

H. A. Mylne

R. Anderson

H. Vachell

恭泰

Kung-tai.

Allen, J. W., merchant, French Bund

Joseph W. Allen

*

Angel Inn," A. de Q. Sewell, proprietor

恒大

Hang-dah.

Anthony G. W., News Agency for China and

Japan, No. 10, Canton Road.

G. W. Anthony

廣隆

Kwang-loong.

Ashton & Co., 7 Hankow Road

John Ashton

A. K. Macdonell

美江

Meh-kong.

"Bank Exchange" Billiard Sa'oon, removed

to over Messrs. H. Fogg & Co.'s auction Room

W. C. Passmore

Frank L. Stockwell

得利火輪磨坊

Tuk-le-hoo-lung-moo-fong.

Baron, J. S., steam flour mill and baker,

French Concession

J. S. Baron

R. Doane

惇信

Tun-sin.

Barnet & Co., Geo., merchants, 17, Keangse

Road

J. W. Broadbent

A. C. Oliphant

R. F. Sharp

W. H. Haslam

N. Elias

豐利

Foong-lee.

Batchelder, J. M., contractor and builder

office, No. 6, Canton Road

卑厘夭

Be-le-u.

"Belle Vue" Race Course

N. Stibolt, proprietor

i

:

SHANGHAI.

211

禮順

Lee-sung

Bernard, Julius, 12, Szechuen Road, public

accountant and average stater

Berthelon & Co., A., No. 25, French Bund,

bill brokers and commission agents, &c.

T. Bryant,

元豐

Yeun-foong.

Bininger, B., shipping and commission

merchant, 10, Canton Road

THE E Cheong-tai

Birley, Worthington & Co., merchants,

Hangchow Road

H. W. Hardy (absent)

W. A. Turnbull.

Henry Beazley, (Hankow)

E. T. Whittaker

W. B. Chalmers

W. Howie

公道

Kung-tow.

Blain, Tate & Co., merchants, 21, Nankin

Road

John Blain, (London)

J. Priestley Tate

Clement Lucas (absent)

F. Evans

E. McLoughlin

S. Walker

祥隆

Cheang-lung.

Blum Brothers & Co., merchants, No. 6,

Foochow Road

J. Blum (absent)

A. E. Rosenthal, manager (absent) ·

A. Blum

A.Dentz

J. W. Doheny

J. S. Rolls

J. Danenberg

簡寶

Kan-po.

"Boars Head" Szechuen Road

H. Mills, proprietor

扒而

Pul-he.

Boll, R., No. 1, Canton Road, milliner and

draper

R. Boll

Booth, R. H. Gore, No. 2, Yangtze Road,

Shanghai Club

永順

Yong-sheng.

Borneo Company (Limited), No. 19, Sze-

chuen Road

W. H. Dalgliesh, manager

R. M. Hay

H. D. Jamieson

G. Faure

B. de Souza

A. F. Diniz

廣觀

Kuang-fung.

Bourjau, Hubener & Co., merchants, No. 19,

Canton Road

Adolph Bourjau (absent)

E. Behre

H. E. Hubener

O. Booth

Fred. Clauss

H. Faber

F. Kroeplin

Poo-pay.

Bovet Brothers & Co., merchants, No. 6.

Szechuen Road

G. Bovet

J. Tobler

J. Petitjean

惇華

Teng-wha.

Borntraeger & Co., merchants, 3, Kiangse

Road

J. M. Borntraeger

A. F. de Sá

公平

Kung-ping.

Bower, Hanbury & Co., merchants, No. 7,

Nankin Road

Fred Bower, (London)

Thomas Hanbury (absent)

E. Iveson

212

SHANGHAI.

Adolph Krayer, silk inspector Andrew W. Soutar

Ernst Koch

W. T. Oliver

I. Henderson

R. S. Schwabe

增泰

Tsun-tai.

Bradwell, Bloor & Co., merchants, 9, Kean-

gee Road

J. Bradwell (absent)

F. Bloor

Geo. H. Allcock

H. B. Harris

義盛

Mfee-chung.

Brand & Co., W., merchants

Wm. Brand

衣灣

E-yuen.

Brand, Monro, & Co., silk and tea inspec-

tors, No. 19, Szechuen Road

J. T. Brand

G. A. Monro

D. McAllister

D. Brand

恒發

Hung-fah.

Brown, W. B., broker & commission agent.

No. 4, Hankow Road

W. B. Brown

Ching Hai, assistant

同珍

Tang-ching.

Bull, Purdon & Co., merchants, 12, Nanking

Road

C. D. Nye

J G. Purdon

J. B. Robertson

Robt. Church

禮記

Lee-keih,

The Chaplaincy.

Butcher, Rev. Chas. H., No. 13, Honan

Road

太古行

Tai-koo-hong.

Butterfield & Swire, Szechuen Road.

R. S. Butterfield, (absent)

Lang William

R. N. Newby

W. H. Scott

F. S. dos. Remedios

慎海

Chen-hoy.

Byramjee, R. general broker, 4, Honan Road

今麻

Cam-ma.

Cama & Co., P. F., merchants, 4, Keangse

Road

Framjee Hormusjee

D. Pestonjee

P. J. Erance

堪播

Kan-po.

Campbell, Archibald & Co., merchants

Campbell, Archibald

廣南

Kwang-nai.

Camajee, D. N. & Co., merchants, 23, Ke-

angsee Road

D. N. Camajee

R. Pestonjee

C. C. Hormusjee

天隆

Thin-loong.

Cann, J. J., commission agent

中和

Chung-ho.

1

Carter & Co., silk brokers, 10, Honan Rd.

J. F. Carter, (absent)

W. H. Carter

C E. Carter

M. S. Jerdein

F. Cumine

望益紙館

Waug-yih-che-kwon.

Carvalho, A. H. de, printer and stationer,

35, Kiangse Road

M. F. Barradas

H. Perreira

1

SHANGHAI.

213

P. da Silva

J. F. d'Aquino

S. de Souza

架記

Kea-ke.

Cassumbhoy Nathaboy, Sons & Co., mer-

chants, Canton Road

G. Mooljeebhoy

S. Allarekhabhoy

茂昌

Mow-chong.

Cassumbhoy, E., merchant

E. Cassumbhoy

G. M. A gum, manager

M. G. Patell

RA Cwang-chang.

Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co., merchants, Sun-

keang Road

Pestonjee Rustomjee (absent)

Cooverjee Rustomjee

P. Munchurjee

R. Dadabhoy

大英醫院

Ta-ying-e-yuen.

Charton, C. S., & Co., The British Dispen-

sary, No. 27, Szechuen Road

復昇

Fu-shing.

Chapman, King & Co., merchants, Peking

Road

F. Chapman. (absent)

C. J King (absent)

A. Michie

J. J. Kelly

R. B. Williams

M. Hawtrey

E. L. H. Crace, Yokohama.

楷明

Kai-ming.

Cheshire, Laurence & Hunt, public account-

ants, arbitrators, and average staters, 31,

Kiangse Road

W. Cheshire

H. A. Laurence

H. J. Hunt

新隆

Shin-loong.

Clausen, J. J., merchant, No. 12, Honan

Road

J. J. Clausen

C. Farina

Club Concordia, Foochow Road

栢醫生

Peh-e-sang.

Coghill, J. G. S., M.D., F.R.C.P., Municipal

Medical officer, 22, Foochow Road

Cook, M. H., sail-maker, 22, Wangpoo

Road, Hongque

茂盛

Maou-shing.

Cooper, W., general commission agent, No.

13, Foochow Road

豐茂

Foong-mow.

Coutts & Co., merchants, 15, Foochow

Road

J. C. Coutts

J. Cooper

W. A. Hague

高易

Kaou-yik.

Cowie & Co., land agents, 27, Foochow

Road

George J. W. Cowie

T. Hornby Evans

馬車

Ma-cho.

Croal, J. P., carriage builder, No. 27, Nankin

Road

J. P. Croal

R. Croal

錦名

Keng-ming.

Cumine & Co., merchants, 8, Kiangse Road

Chas. Cumine

A. G. T. Cumine

214

泰安

Tae-to.

SHANGHAI.

Dato & Co., Wm. milliners, drapers and

general storekeepers, French Concession

Wm. Dato (absent)

Benj. Dato

C. Jenke

O. Schmeidler

代利

Da-lee.

Davis & Co., Alex., auctioneers, corner of

Canton and Szechune Roads

Alexander Davis

A. Provand

A. F. da Silva

廣州

Kwang-hing.

Dhurumsey, Poonjabhoy, merchants, Sze-

chuen Road, No. 2

Moosabhoy Munjee, manager

地亞士

Di-a-sze.

Diers, Ferd., merchant, No. 12, Szechuen

Road

Ferdinand Diers

J. J. Buckheister

Theodor Krause

月來

Yue-lai

Dinmore, Brothers & Co. Photographers,

21, Canton Road

H. Dinmore

C. Dinmore (absent)

W. Dinmore (do.)

老旗4

Laou-ke chang.

Donaldson & Co., No. 11, Nanking Road

C. M. Donaldson

和記

Ho-ke.

Dow & Co., merchants, No. 15, Szechuen

Road

James Dow

James H. Wright

W. S. McLean

A. R. Burkill

J. J. Aroozo

Droege & Co., A., merchants, corner Honan

and Canton Roads

A. Droege

F. Schellhass

第福來

Dee-fuh-la.

Duforest, & Co., J. proprictaries de l'Her-

mitage à Sikavé, French baker, &c., 57,

58, and 59 Rue de Consulat

J. Duforest

A. Bertholon

巴白來

Pa-po-lae.

Dupre, A., Ingenieur de la Municipalité

Française and Architecte et Ingenieur Civil.

Dupre, L., merchant, French Concession

愛密

Æ-mih.

Eames, I. B., counsellor-at-law, 7 Yuen-

Ming-Yuen Road

森泰醫生

Sung-tae-E-sang.

Eastlack Wm. C., D.D.S., Dental Surgeon

3, Wampoo Road, Hongque.

厭拜巴丫華利

Im-pui-pa-lew-wa-lee.

"Empire Brewery," Hongque

H. Evans, proprietor

G. C. Eyles, manager

Samuel Mason

安拉介生

On-la-kai-sang.

Encarnação & Co., A., photographers, 117,

Hongque Road

A. d'Encanação, proprietor

Lee Ching assistant

錦興洋行

Kam-hing-yang-kong.

Engwat & Co., commission agents, French

Concession

Engwat, S.

SHANGHAI.

215

埃凡饅頭店

Yae-fan-mwan-t'aw-teen.

Evans & Co., shipchandlers and bakers, 7,

Minghong Road Hongque

Henry Evans

G. C. Eyles

G. Nickson Baker

美利

Mee-lee.

"Exchange Hotel," American Bund

G. Baker, manager

E. Langan

Carlstou

溢生

Yah-sung.

Farnham, S. C. & Co., shipwrights, 31

Hongque

S. C. Farnham

C. P. Blethen

未士法

Me-sz-fah.

Farr & Co., "Astor House" Hotel, water

boat proprietors, wine and spirit dealers,

and soda water manufacturers, No. 1,

Wangpoo Road

G. Baker

S. H. Schmid

W. Mansfield

富會

Fu-chang.

Fierz & Co., Ed. merchants, 8, Honan Road

Edward Fierz

A. Funk

天和

Tien-ho.

Fisher, A. A., painter, 26 Szechuen Road

Fisher, A., bill broker, 34, Kiangse Road

協源

Yah-nion.

Fobes & Co., shipchandlers, 22, Wangpoo

Road, Hongque

A. S. Fobes

C. C. Bennett

Wm. Lancaster

R. Reed

豐裕

Fung-yu.

Fogg & Co., H., merchants, The Bund

J. F. Twombley (absent)

H. M. Twombley

S. D. Webb

T. L. McGrath

A. J. Lines

STORE DEPARTMENT.

D. D. Inglis

J. G. Brandão

F. E. Haskell

AUCTION DEPARTMENT.

H. A. Holcomb, auctioneer

Geo. Bayfield

牌泰

Foong-tae.

Frazar & Co., merchants, Hangchow Road

Everett Frazar

W. S. Wetmore (absent)

R. F. Eastlack

W. E. Stephenson

John Lindsley

達倫新聞紙館

Tat-lun-sin-mun-che-kwan.

"Friend of China Office," Kiangse Road

Tarrant, Wm., editor & proprietor

法病房

Fah-ping-fan.

Galle, P. E., Médecin de la Marine, chargè

du Service de Santè No. 25, Nankin Road

太豐

Tea-foang.

Gamwell, F. R., silk broker, 8, Hankow

Road

F. R. Gamwell (absent)

C. A. Rees

H. R. flearn

A. T. Duval

Ghandy, M. D., & Co., merchants, No. 7,

Honan Road

加羅花

Ka-lo-fa.

Glover & Co., merchants, French Bund

F. A. Groom

G. A. Lindsay

L. H. Stoddard

H. 8. Bidwell

216

John McKillop

J. Palmer, Jr.

R. G. Head

仁記

Jin-kee.

SHANGHAI.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants, The

Bund

Edward F. Duncanson

Francis Porter

W. H. Gibb, (absent)

F. G. White, silk inspector

J. T. Hudson

C. G. Webb

Frank Carey John Sharp

R. M. Williams, tea inspector

J. H. Blair

A. G. Wood (Hankow)

E. G. Hamilton (Kiukiang)

太平

Tai-ping.

H. B. Lemann

E. H. Lavers

H. F. Ramsay, (absent)

G. Wallis

W. Lowe

F. Green

H. Wallis

W. Miller

E. Tobin

W. Pugh (Kiukiang) W. G. Price (Hankow) J. Foster (Yokohama)

(do.)

J. Tonso

Gombert, C., watchmaker, 2, Foochow Road

R. Rietschler

客藍略洋行

Hak-lan Kok.

Gren ot, A., store keeper, No. 40, Rue du

Consulat, French Concession

德客勒

Tuch-ka-la.

Greeuw, N. de, shipchandler, Rue de Con-

sulat

泰隆

Tea-loong.

Guiraud, Favre & Co., "Sweatmeat Castle

15 Keangse Road

V. Favre

G. Gaudaubert

A. Gravereau

A. Dubois

A. Meihan

義興

Ee-Hing.

Gundry, & Co., No. 4, Foochow Road

A. A. Gundry

James Gilfillan

W. Schmidt

曷時

Gut-tse.

Gutschow & Co., Chas., merchants

C. A. G. Gutschow

H. H. Ahlers

Charles Cromie

Hague, W. A., public tea inspector, No. 1,

Tientsin Road

福利

Fuh-le.

Hall & Holtz, ship chandlers, general store-

keepers, tailors, and bakers, 2, Foochow Road

Edw. Hall (absent)

Andrew Holtz (absent)

T. A. Cowderoy

W. H. Short

H. Knight

Geo Gray T. Place, Jr.

B. Valentine

H. Symons

H. J. Skeels

Nien-fong.

Hargreaves, W., merchant, The Bund

哈未

Ha-vee.

Harvie, William, builder and contractor,

upholsterer, and painter, No. 6,

Honan Road

W. Harvie

SHANGHAI.

217

琼記

King-kee.

Heard & Co., Augustine, merchants, The

Bund

Albert F. Heard, (absent)

George B. Dixwell

Robert I. Fearon

C. E. Parker (absent)

E. G. Low

H. C. V. Figueredo

J. A. Reding

C. E. Endicott T. O. S. Jenkins

H. B. Endicott

T. H. Hargreaves

A. T. de Cruz

兆興

Chaou fong.

Hogg Brothers, merchants, 18, Nanking

Road

James Hogg

E. Jenner Hogg

W. H. Hyde

Henry Hertz

義記

Nie-kee.

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants, Keangsee

and Foochow Roads

J. P. Barnes

D. L. Hunter

C. G. Tatham

W. H. Renshaw

J. F. E. de Barros

E. R. Holberton, Hankow

老和利

Laou-ho-kee.

Holdsworth, Ed., 2, Keangsee Road, public

silk broker

其生房藥

Ke-shang-yeuk-fong.

HONQUE DISPENSARY.

F.J. do Rozario, manager

A. P. de Senna

澳斯丁

Aoa-sze-tin.

"Hongque Hotel," Hongque

W. M. Murphy

D. E. Scannell

火柏

Ho-pa.

Hooper & Co., merchants, 40, Keangse Road

James Hooper, (absent)

"C

Hospital Francais," Rue Montauban

E. Lecuyer, commissaire

A. Duhurquois, chiurgien-major

P. Galle, prevot de l'hopital

HOTEL DES MESSAGERIES IMPERIALES.

R. Chagneau & Cie., No. 12, Rue du

Consulat

順泰頭碼

Shun-tai-ma-tow.

Hunt's Wharf, 10, Hongque Road

John H., Vail, Superintendent

G. Kohl clerk

公茂

Kong-mow.

Tlbert, A., merchant, 13, Keangse Road

利記

Lee-kee.

Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy, merchant

R. Sajunbhoy, manager

E. Mahomedbhoy

義順

E-shuu.

Jarvie, & Co., John merchants, 6, Hankow

Road

F. Henderson

J. J. Miller

J. R. Turner

怡和

E-wo.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants, The

Bund

F. B. Johnson

R. A. Houstoun

E. W. Batt

H. Beveridge

M. H. Cromartie

E. Fischer

G. R. Gleimius

G. Bech

<. George

B. A. Clark

W. Jaffray

218

Petter Orme

A. Major

A. Vandenberg

E. O. dos Remedios

SHANGHAI.

Lalcaca, E. P., general broker, 10, Ling-

陸家嘴角

keang Road

Luh-koe-tsuy-koh.

Kennief, B., surgeon dentist, Canton Road Lambert, A. G., shipwright, Green Point

Tong-ho.

有恒

Kidner, Wm. architect, 9 a, Peking Road

Kidner, James

同和

You-hun.

Kingsmill, Thos. W., civil engineer and

architect, 25, Keangsee Road

T. W. Kingsmill

R. C. Brown

源享洋貨店

Yuen-hang-yang-ha-tien.

Kiun Hang, storekeeper, shop No. 400, na-

tive number, Corner of Nanking Road

隆泰

Loong-tae.

Knoop & Co., ship-chandlers and general

commission agents, Foochow Road

E. E. Knoop

H. A. Knoop

H. Peters

F. Whichello

Kroes & Co., T., merchants, French Bund

T. Kroes

E. H. Slaghek

F. Borchardt

辣地治澳忌

Lal-te-jee-o-kee.

Ladage, Oelke & Co., clothiers, 4, Canton

Road

J. D. Oelke (absent)

J. Peltzer

H. Lohmann

H. Kirchmister (Yokohama)

A. G. Lambert

泰興

Sin-tae-shing.

Lane, Crawford & Co., storekeepers, ship-

chandlers and auctioneers, Nankin Road

N. Crawford (absent)

T. A. Lane (do.)

J. Wilson

Henry Dyer Henry Everall

Andrew Morton T. C. Russell

J. A. Harvey

A. F. dos Remedios

D. M. de Souza

寶泰

Paou-tae.

Lang, H. ship and commission agent, Sze-

chuen Road

源源

Yuen-yuen.

Lent Wm., 1, merchant, Ningpo Road

Alexander, Cock, tea inspector

James Cock

Lester, H., builder and contractor, 21

Nankin Road

倍享洋行

Bay-hun-yang-hong.

Limby, II. J., accountant and broker, 12,

Foochow Road

-, Hutchings

巴魯士九芝

Pa-lu-sz. Ku-che.

Linstrom, H. Burrows, No. 24, Foochow

Road

R. Cederlof

do

H. Pfingsten

do.

里利加架

Le-lee-ka-ka.

Lalcaca, C. D., general broker (absent)

立德

Lap-tek.

Little & Co., J., No. 15, Szechuen Road

John Nutt

R. W. Little

W. Cance

SHANGHAI.

Louis, J., general outfitter, Canton Road

瑪高溫

Ma-ko-wan.

Macgowan, D. J., M.D.

隆茂

Loong-mow.

MacKenzie & Co., merchants 10, Szechuen

Road

James MacKenzie, (absent)

David MacKenzie, (do.)

Robert MacKenzie

John Battison

E. C. Winchurst

W. H. Devine

Walter J. Stevens

John Crofts

James Buchanan

William Lee

中庸

Chung-yung.

MacKenzie, Miller, and White, Bill and bul-

lion brokers, 12, Szechuen Road

R. MacKenzie

Rowley Miller

Aug. White

F. Carrmon, assistant

Mackay, G. & G., cabinet makers and up-

holsterers, No. 202, Szechuen Road

裕盛

Yu-shin.

Maclean, Thorburn & Co., No. 9, Foochow

Road

P. Maclean

J. D. Thorburn

J. F. Wallace

貞泰

Chin-tae.

Maertens, Latham & Co., merchants, 10

Peking Road

A. H. Maertens

T. S. Latham

O. Brandt

R. W. Williams

Major, J., silk reeler, 13, Soochow Road

219

大法國孖時醫生

Ta-fah-kwoh-Ma-she-e-sang.

Massais, E., docteur en médecine de la

faculté de Paris, French Bund

同治印書館

T'ung-che Yin-shoo-kwan.

Mercantile Prining Office, C. do Rozario,

printer,

A. A. do Rozario

F. S. Oliveira

勿德

Mah-tuck.

Metta, Byramjee Dorabjee & Co., mer-

chants, Keangsoo Road

M. N. Clubwalla

微納

Me-na.

Meynard, Cousin & Co., merchants, French

Bund

Henri Meynard

H. Pelegrin

白家里

Pa-ka-lee.

McCarthy, John H, Cosmopolitan hair dres-

sing saloon, No. 7, Nankin Road

McCarthy, William A.

生和

Sung-wo.

Mody, S. K., opium and exchange broker

賚賜

La-se.

Möller, Nils, auctioneer, broker and gene-

ral agent, Canton Road

Nils, Möller

浦東

Poo-toong.

Morrice, Behncke & Co., shipwrights

Thomas Morrice

Henry Behncke

H. Scorgie

G. Nicol

Murphy, M. W., proprietor, Mariner's Home

5, Hongque Road

J. H. Reardon, assistant

蜜采里

Me-cha-le.

SHANGHAI.

Michel & Laplace, proprietors, Hotel et

Restaurant des Colonies, French Conces-

sion, Rue Montauban

C. Michel

A. Laplace

B. Anploze Jean

Nachtrieb & Co., A., merchants, French

Bund

A. Nachtrieb

E. Lervy

F. G. Weill

D. Gross

A. Xicto

V. Sibille

All bi

Li-hang.

Milsom & Tod, merchants, 25, Nankin

Road

Ed. Milson (absent)

James Tod

Mitchell, W. H., barrister at law, 9, Yuen

Ming Yuen Road

浦東

Poo-tung.

POO-TOONG FOUNDRY, SHIPWRIGHTS'

Muirhead, D.

YARD.

昌同

Cheang-tung.

Nicolson & Boyd, engineers, and ship-

wrights

-

G. M. Boyd

R. Adam, (Nagasaki)

P. V. Grant

J. D. Downie

James Myatt

D. Ross

W. H. Longfellow N. Stibolt

R. Andrews

John Church

Wm. Malcolm

H. Milne

F. C. Clark

L. Wyatt

T. Walker

Wm. Robertson, (Nagasaki)

{

J. Simpson

R. Shaw,

(do.)

J. Mackenzie

Chas. Hay,

(do.)

J. Brash

H. Drew,

(do.)

POCTUNG Dock.

M. Russell,

(do)

P. Doherty

J. Birt,

(do.)

S. B. Remedios

D. Campbell,

(do.)

T. Ford

E. Lapage,

(do.)

J. Taylor,

(do.)

美記

R. N. Davisson,

(do.)

納各生

Nix-son.

Mae-kee.

Muller, H., watchmaker, 10, Canton Road

H. Muller

I. Pfaff

E. Berger, (Yokohama)

H. Wimmer

得生洋行

Tak-sang-yung-hong,

Muller & Jacobs, builders, decorators, &c.

Rue Montauban

L. P. Muller

Jacobs

梅博高

My-bu-go.

Myburgh, P. A., barrister-at-law, and No-

tary public, 2, Hongkong Road

F. H. Sanders, assistant

Nixon, John M., Jr., ship broker, 5, Yang-

tsze Road

字林洋行

Taze-lin-yang-hong.

North China Herald Office, Hankow Road

J. Broadhurst Tootal, manager

R. S. Gundry, editor

W. G. Darling, sub-editor

Alfred Busch, book-keeper

Brust Palamountain, superintendent P. Tavares

M. Roza

F. S. Oliveira

J. G. Sanches

J. A. Ribeiro

1

SHANGHAI.

221

B. A. Klyne J. Williams

J. H. Lopes

C. Miranda

C. D. do Rozario

J. Gilroy, shipping reporter

工部

Kung-poo

Oliver, E. H., civil engineer and surveyor,

No. 14, Honan Road

同学

Tong-foo.

Olyphant & Co., merchants, Nankin Road

A. A. Hayes, Jr.

0. Bullock

J. F. Seaman, Jr.

H. S. Geary

F. Reid

E. U. Smith

J. H. Wisner

G. G. Hopkins

C. A. Xavier

W. Dealtry (Kiukiang)

John H. Mackie (do.)

泰源

Tae-yuen.

Oppert & Co., merchants, Canton Road

H. Oppert

聚泰

Chi-tah.

Osborne, J., public tea inspector, No. 7,

Foochow Road

順發

Shun-fat.

Overbeck & Co., merchants, No. 13, Pekin

Road

Hermann Overbeck

Charles Overbeck

阿化威

Ho-kwa-woy.

Overweg & Co., merchants, Hongkong Rd.

C. W. Overweg

H. A. Overweg (absent)

J. M. Young

A Cornet

G. R. Corner

W. Götze

J. F. Rodewald

F. Schönfeld (Foochow)

M. P. Evans (Hankow)

栢加意生

Pa-ka-E-sang.

Parker, G. F., M.R.C.S, L.S.A., and L.M.

No. 1, Foochow Road

裕記

Yuk-ke.

Paul, R., ship chandler & comprador, French

Concession

E. Schroder

洋涇橋

Yang kiung-kau.

卑利遠也荷蘭

Pre-le-you-ian-oo-lan's.

Peel, H. & Co., soda water makers, Woo-

sung Road

Mrs. H. Peel

C. L. Chiapopulor

卡樂士

Pu-lo-zsu.

Penrose, J. H., millinery and drapery room,

No. 4, Soochow Road

Mrs. Penrose

瑞昌

Sei-chang.

Petrocochino & Co., French Bund

A. J. Boucouris

P. E. Petrocochino, (Japan)

Chastan Jeune

(do.)

(do.)

Scoto Scoti

M. Theotoky

G. Butler

威貞同

Wea-ching-tong.

Pharmacie de L'Union, French Concession

G. Martin

"Pharmacie Francaise," French Bund

E. Massais, docteur

S. Soubellat, assistant

Preston, G. F, bill broker, No. 8, Yuen

Ming Yuen Road

222

SHANGHAI,

Phillips, Moore & Co., merchants, No. 9,

Honan Road

John Moore, manager (absent)

A. Levy

L. Moore

昇寶

Primrose & Co., commission agents, No. 14,

Canton Road

J. A. Primrose

W. Birt

W. M. Primrose

J. Walworth

G. A. Woods

首善堂

Seu-zay-aong.

Procure des Lazaristes, French Concession,

Rue Laguere

A. Aymeri

F. Tagliabue

A. Fournier

鋪邊

Pu-baney

Pubaney Ebrahimbhoy, merchant, 5 Keang-

se Road

Salemonbhoy Cassumbhoy, manager

Mahanvedbhoy Fukirance assistant

魯陵

Loo-ling.

Pustau & Co., Wm., merchants, The Bund

W. Probst

Wm. Smith

C. W. Siegfried

C. Grunendahl

A. V. C. Cordes

C. Woodward

W. Siegfried

立發

Lee-fah.

Raphael, R. S., No. 12, Sung Keang Road

John Morris

利夫

Le-fuh.

Rehhoff, Vale & Co., merchants, Szechuen

Road

W. Rehhoff

H. Vale (absent)

F. Dohm

H. W. Hagart

履泰

Le-tae.

Reid, & Co., merchants, Szechuen Road

D. Reid

F. H. Parker

J. A. Hawes

泰和

Tae-ho.

Reiss & Co., merchants, 4, Hankow Road

E. Maintz

T. Merry, silk inspector (absent)

J. R. Bromley, tea inspector

R. H. Percevil

Remé & Co., Wm., merchants, No. 13,

Pekin Road

Wm. Remé (absent)

Cæsar Schnepel

Carl Hunan

利名

Le-ming.

Remi de Montigny, merchant, The Bund,

French Concession

Remi de Montigny

E. Bonneville

A. Loulouse

和明

Ho-ming.

Reuter's Telegram Company (Limited) No.

25, Kiangse Road

Walter Pearson, agent

連那士

Li-na-sze.

Reynolds, E. A., merchant, Pootung

樂皮生

Le-be-son.

Robinson, A., solicitor, 3, Balfour Buildings

魯熙

Loo-shi

Rocher & Co., steam washing company,

French Bund

E. Rocher

L. Rocher

i

i

!

昇泰

Sing-tue.

SHANGHAI,

Rothwell, Love & Co., merchants, 17, Can-

ton Road

Thomas Rothwell

J. Love, Jr.

旗昌

Ke-chong.

Russell & Co., merchants, The Bund

E. Cunningham

Frank B. Forbes

R. S. Dana

David King, Jr. S. W. Pomeroy, Jr.

J. W. Dunn

E. A. Duglere

F. D. Hitch

G. H. Wheeler

W. H. Macomber

J. Dunu

223

森泰象館

Sung-tae-tseang-kwam.

Saunders, W., photographer, 3, Wangpoo

Road, Hongque

法商杏利生

Han-li-sin.

Sayn, & Cie. H., importeurs de Produits

Français, Rue du Consulat, Concession Française

H. Sayn

J. Sayn

Scannell & Co., Daniel, shipping master

to the U.S. Consulate

Daniel Scannell (absent)

M. W. Murphy

元亨

Yuen-hang.

Schellhass E. & Co., merchants, Canton

E. Webb

T. W. Eckfeldt, Jr.

J. R. Dalmeida

N. B. Hinckley

C. G. Beebe

F. Johanssen

利三記

Lee-san-kee.

Russell, W. F., broker and commission

agent, No. 20, Canton Road

新沙孫

Sing-sa-sun.

Sassoon, E. D. & Co., merchants, No. 17,

Foochow Road

L. E. Sassoon

A. D. Ezekiel

J. E. Sassoon

E. Jacob

T. Ezra

W. M. Cowper

沙孫

Sa-sun

Sassoon, Sous & Co., David, merchants,

The Bund

M. S. Gubbay

S. Moses

E. A. Solomou

J. S. Saul

E. S. Gubbay C. A. L. Dunn

W. E. D. Bigsby

Road

K. Trautmann

F. Schellhass

P. Claussen

大來

Le-sa.

Schrader, H. L., chronometer and watch-

maker, 3, Canton Road, next to the Shang- hai Dispensary

廣源

Kwong-yuen.

Scheibler, Matthaei & Co., No. 6, Honan

Road

Scheibler, Rob.

Matthaei, Carl

Hasche, A.

Balfour, F. H.

新四滿洋行

Sun-shu-moon Yung-hong.

Schroder, Ferd., ship and steamboat_com-.

prador, Corner of Rue de Montauban

and Rue de Consulat, French Concession

Schmidt, J. M.

Rhien, H. H. G.

彌沙

Mee-shou.

Sholl, Miss, millinery and general drapery establishment, No. 25, Szechuen Road

224

SHANGHAI.

祺祥

Ke-tseang.

Shanghai Recorder and Supreme Court and

Consular Gazette Office, 23, Keangse

Road

A. C. Dulcken, editor

D. W. Smith, manager

E. S. Shurbsole

A. Gordo

補醫生

Poo-e-sang.

Shanghai Dispensary, 3, Canton Road

Wm. Wallis, Dispenser

龍飛

Lung-fei.

Shanghai Horse Bazaar, New Race Course

B. Pallant

T. Hawkins} proprietors

C. Corne, shoeing smith

老德記

Law-tih-kee.

Shanghai Medical Hall, Nanking Road

J. Llewellyn & Co..

J. Bradfield

P. A. Gerard

李百里

Li-pih-li.

Shaw Brothers & Co., merchants, The

Bund

A. A. Krauss

C. Nicholson

J. Taylor

仁濟醫館

Ien-tzn-e-quon.

Sibbald & Johnston, medical practitioners,

3 Shanghai Road

F. C. Sibblald, M.D.

James Johnston, M.D.

禪臣

Siem-sen.

Siemssen & Co., merchants, The Bund

Rudolph Heinsen

E. Brunchow

W. Preiswerk

A. Gultzow

三順洋行

Sam-sun.

Simpson, Geo., No. 13, Canton Road

Antonio, Basto

義昌洋行

Ye-chang-yang-hang.

Skeggs & Co., public silk inspectors and

commission agents, Pekin Road

J. C. Skeggs

A. Anderson

成昌

Sing-chang.

Smart, Geo. F., No. 12, Szechuen Road

麗泉

Le-tsuen.

Smith, E. M., 1, Houan Road

F. Mout. Milne, agent

四美門酒樓

Chew-tsan.

Smith, Geo. & Co., wine and spirit mer-

chants, 11, Canton Road

Smith, George

Smith, Thomas

老和記

laou-ho-ke.

Smith, Herbert, merchant, No. 2, Keangse

Road

大利

Tae-le,

Telge, Nölting & Co., merchants, No. 1,

Szechuen Road

J. Telge, (absent)

J. Nölting

R. Langmann

德利

Te-li.

Terry, E. R., professor of music and piano

tuner, No. 34, Kiangse Road

德順

Tae-sun.

Theric & Co., Yang-king-pang, French Side

A. Theric

E. Fajard, (absent)

F. Chastel

!

SHANGHAI.

225.

德全

Tak-chuen.

Textor & Co., merchants, No 6, Pekin Road

C. J. Textor, (absent)

W. H. Aretz (do.)

A. Schroers

A. Steinmetz

C. Kramer

巴頓醫生

Pa-tun-e-sang.

Thin, George, M.D., No. 9, Pekin Road

元芳

Yuen-fong.

Thorne, Brothers & Co., No. 24, Keangse

Road

J. Thorne (absent)

J. A. Maitland

W. B. Pryer

同茂

Tong-mow.

Thorne, John, & Co., general brokers and

commission agents, The Bund

John Thorne

E. W. Rice

Emil Hagelstange

裕隆

Yu-loong.

Tilby, A. R., & Co., merchants, Szechuen

Road

A. R. Tilby

E. T. Hong

惇裕

Tung-ye.

Trautmann & Co., merchants, No. 9 Sze-

chuen Road

J. F. H. Trautmann

R. C. D. Moffat (Hankow)

F. Borntraeger

W. E. Jowitt

華記

Wha-kee.

Turner & Co., merchants, The Bund

W. J. Bryans

A. Hutchinson (Hankow)

R. Howie

W. H. Harton

E. Figgess.

長豐

Chang-fong.

Twigg & Russell, undertakers, 11, Hankow.

Road

源利

Yuen-le.

Underwood & Co., No. 28, Szechuen Road

P. H. Underwood

祥記洋行

Teang-ke.

Vassonjee & Co., No. 9, Sunkeang Road

S. A. Abdoolkareem

A. Goolamhoosun

A. Ebrahim

享達利

Han-ta-le.

Vrard, L., watchmaker, Nc. 1, Keangse Road

E. Laidrich

P. Loop

F. Laidrich

彚南鐵

Wei-ne-teh.

Wainwright & Co., merchants, No. 1, Sze~

chuen Road

J. E. Wainwright (absent)

W. G. Johnson

T. Marshall

印字館

Yin-shoo-kman.

Walsh, F. G., & Cc., printers, 25, Foochow

Road

F. G. Walsh

C. Walsh

F. Walsh

Coogle

-226

泰和行

SHANGHAI

天孫

Ta-yo-fong.

Teen-Sung.

Watson, Cleave & Co., chemists and 'drug- Wright, J. W., No. 8 and 12, Hankow Road,

undertaker

gists, 2, Nanking Road

S. W. Cleave

挖臣

Wat-chun.

J. W. Lambuth, agent

Wright, A. J., piano tuner, No. 44, Hong-

que Road

WWWatson, W., draper, 22, Nanking Road

J. T. Watson

E. Byrne

  A. Stewart Mrs. Stewart

T. J. Jackson

G. Sturges

-H. Barlow

三順

Sam Sun.

"Weston, Jus. G., public tea inspector, Can-

ton Road

懷大狀師

Wai-tai-jong-tser.

White, W., solicitor, Yuen Ming Yuen Road

會德豐

Hwuy-til-foong.

Wheelock & Meller, No. 1, Canton Road

T. B. Wheelock

Henry Meller

D. A. Silva

S. J. Clifton

信和

Tin-ho,

Vilkinson Alfred & Co., merchants, 3, Pe-

king Road

Henry Dickinson

H. P. Buckley

F. Stokes

3. Noetzli

J. Smith

H. Hollins

華盛行

Wah-shing.

C. L. Simpson

W. Cartwright

Missionaries.

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBle Society.'

A. Wylie, Agent, 12, Shantung Road

LONDON MISSION,

麥家園

Meh-koc-yuen,

Rev. W. Muirhead, Shantung Road

Rev. G. S. Owen

UNION CHAPEL.

Rev. James Thomas, minister

AMERICAN.

BOARD OF MISSIONS OF THE PROTESTANT

EPISCOPAL CHURCH, U.S.A.

湯先生:

Tong-S ng-sang.

Rev. E. H. Thomson

Rev. R. Nelson

BOARD OF FOREIGN Missions, Methodist

EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH, U.S.A.

林先生

Lan-Sien-sang.

Rev. J. William Lambuth

Rev. Young J. Allen

Rev. Marquis L. Wood (absent)

BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS OF SOUTH-

ERN BAPTIST CONVENTION, U.S.A.

高先生

Kau-Seng-sang.

Rev. M. T. Yates

Rev. T. P. Crawford

G. W. Burton, M.D. (absent)

Rev. A. B. Cabaniss (absent)

美華書館

Me-wo-shu-hwan,

PRESBYTERIAN MISSION PRESS.

Little East Gage Street.

Wm. Gamble, superintendent

船禮拜

Li-pah-yeh.

SHANGHAI,

Kaufmann, Moritz, Rev., Chaplain Seaman's

Church

Steam Tugs.

"Bunker Hill, "

Captain Murray

<<

'Maggie Lauder,"

Captain Hodgeton

"Fo-ke-lin,"

Captain Kofoed

"Sampson,

*

Captain Ryder

Captain Loberg

46

Titan,

Receiving Ships.

Shun-kee.

"Ariel," British-ship

J. Mackenzie, commander

T. W. Duff

Thos. Lane

P. A. d'Azevedo

和利

We-lee.

"Emily Jane," British-ship

E. J. des Landes, commauder

T. M. Stafford, chief officer

John S. Morphew, assistant

源發

Yuen-fa.

"Berrick Walls," British barque

D. Patridge, commander

F. Ward

G. B. Hill

G. Lewis

復興

Fuh-hing.

"Water Witch," British barque

W. Frederick Lewes, commander

H. C. Huddleston, chief officer

J. Gilroy second

J. Roman, gunner

開源

Koe-yuen.

"Wellington," British barque

do.

G. W. Bennett, commander

J. H. P. Parker, chief officer W. A. Cotton, second do. F. V. Fonseca, assistant A. Yoanovich

227

THE CHINKIANG DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

BRITISH.

大英領事衙門

Ta-ying-ling-sze-ya-mun.

Acting Consul--J. Markham

Interpreter-Edw. D. Jones

Constable-James Milton

DANISH.

大丹領事衙門

Ta-tan-ling-sze-ya-mun.

Acting ConsulJ. Markham

UNITED STATES.

    Vice Consul-Charles J. Sands. Interpreter-

Marshal-Charles Rogers

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Acting Commissioner-F. Klieuwâchter Assistants-Henry A. Sidford, A. E. Hip-

pisley

Acting Tide Surveyors-F. Gallagher and W.

Watson

Assistant Surveyor-W. F. Walker Examiners-D. A. Emery and J. Lowe Tidewaiters-J. Abbott, O. Middleton, W. G. Harrison, R. Greacy, A. Stuart, C. A. McKenzie

CUSTOM'S HULK "Swallow

"

REVENUE CRUISER "Daisy"

Insurance Companies.

Bean, Wm., agent-

Canton Insurance Office

Union Steam Navigation Company

Salter, A. E., agent-

Yangtsze & Pacific Insurance Com-

pany

U.S. Casualty Company

Equitable Life Assurance Society of

New York

S. S. Navigation Company

Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express

Merchants and Agents.

Bean, Wm., general merchant & commission

agent

Canny, J. M., merchant & commission agent

有益

Yau-yuen.

Salter, Albert E., merchant

Albert E. Salter

J. G. Gearing

N. C. Colquitt A. Bernaldo

C. Edbrook A. H. Stanley

Miscellaneous.

Receiving Ships.

Clemen," (Am.) & "Governor General," (Brit.), A. E. Salter, agent for S. S. N. Co.; "Pons Elee," (Brit.)-Wm. Bean, agent for Union S. N. Co.; "St. Louis," (Brit.) in charge of J. M. Canny, Esq.

THE KIUKIANG DIRECTORY.

Province of Keangse.

江西省

Liu-kuen-yih.

Governor-(撫臺一劉坤壹

KEKEANG.

Toun-ta.

Intendent of Circuit-(道臺)一俊達

Fu-mien.

Prefect(知府一福綿

Bhang-kuang-yu.

Magistrate-(-#*#

Hwang-kai-pany. ·

Military Commdt.一鎭臺-黄開榜

Consulates.

大英領事衙門

Ta-ying-ling-shih-ya-mun. BRITISH SOnsulate.

Consul (Acting)-P. J. Hughes

Con. Chaplain-Rev. Daniel Pirkis

Interpreter-Geo. P. Thomson

Assistant-

Constable-George Westcott

法國領事官

Fat-kwok-ling-see-koon.

FRENCH CONSULATE.

Consul-M. Dabry (resident at Hankow)

美國領事官

Mai-kwok-ling-shih-kwan.

UNITED STATES CONSULATE.

Consul-G. H. C. Salter

Vice Consul-S. S. Gilbert

西洋領事官

Sai-yeong-ling-see-koon.

PORTUGUESE CONSULATE.

Consul-C. C. Rainbow

大國領事官

Tai-tan-kwo-ling-shih-kwan.

DANISH CONSULATE.

Consul-P. J. Hughes

Imperial Maritime Customs.

九江翠

Kiu-kiang-kwan.

Acting Commissioner-E. de Champs

Assistant-W. M. Rawlinson

Tide Surveyor-J. Saunderson

Assistant-R. G. Small

Examiners-J. Edwards, W. Youngson Tide Waiters-J. Poynter, J. M. Todd, G. Ballantyne, H. P. Ellis, A. Mayo, W.

Pollock, C. H. Buffum, J. M. Land, W. Brennan, G. Henry.

For service in Revenue Lorcho Lone Star,

A. Kliene

In command of Revenue steamer Elfin,

W. Stuart; Engineer, J. R. Larner

Municipal Council.

大英衆商工部

Ta-ying-chung-shong-kung-poo.

E. H. Hancock, chairman

Charlton C. Rainbow, treasurer E. W. Lovell, hon. secretary John Eagan, constable

Missionaries.

Rev. Josiah Cox

ENGLISH.

230

KIUKIANG.

ROMAN CAtholic.

Bishop-H. Baldin

Peres-Anot, Rouger, Sassi & Neurath

Insurances.

Francis, R., & Co., Agents-

China Fire Insurance Company

Gilbert, S. S., Agent-

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Pacific Insurance Company of New

York

Little, Archibald, Agent-

North China Insurance Company

Merchants, Professions, Trades, &c.

祥泰

Cheong-tai-

Birley, Worthington & Co., merchants

William B. Chalmer

英茂

Ying-mow.

Francis & Co., R., merchants

R. Francis, (absent)

H. G. Hollingworth

R. Nichol

太平

Tai-ping.

Gilman & Co., merchants

W. Pugh

仁記

Yun-kee.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

E. H. Hancock, (absent)

G. G. Hamlton

怡和

Yee-wo.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants

R. Anderson

立德

Lap-tek.

Little, Archibald, merchant

醫生

E-shang.

Lethbridge, T., M.D., physician

同学

Tung-too.

Olyphant & Co., merchants.

W. Dealtry

J. H. Mackie

旗昌

Ki-cheong.

Russell & Co., merchants

S. S. Gilbert

S. Rose

THE HANKOW DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

大英領事府

Ta-ying-ling-sze-foo.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-W. H. Medhurst

Chaplain-T. McClatchie

Interpreter-John Gibson

Assistant-C. F. R. Allen

Constable-John Crouch

大法領事官

Ta-fat-ling-sze-kwoon.

Consul-P. Dabry

FRANCE.

Interpreter A. Guenenu

Constable-

大美領事官

Tu-mi-ling-sze-kwoon.

UNITED STATES.

Consul- G. H. C. Salter

Interpreter-M. A. Jenkins

Marshal-A. O Cook

大原

Ta-yuen.

RUSSIA.

Acting Vice consul-H. G. Bridges

PORTUGAL.

Consul-J. H. Evans

DENMARK.

Consul-W. H. Medhurst

Imperial Maritime Customs.

江漢關

Kong-hau-kwan.

Commissioner-Chas. A. Lord

1st Assistant-Schenck

2nd

G. G. Lowder

"

3rd

C. Bourlet

A. L. Brett

**

Tide Surveyor-J. H. May

1st Assist. do.-A. W. Linton

Examiners-W. Dix, G. A. Gunzert, A. B..

Menzies, J. S. Armstrong, E. H. Pol-.

kinghorne, J. H. Buneett, J. Fisher

Tide Waiters-N. Macgregor, T. Moore-

head, W. Stebbins, P. Hickey, J. Mesney,- W. Gray, J. H. Purcell, W. J. Sayle,,

Jno. Merchant,--Carr

Hu-peh Discipline Force. 湖北洋鎗隊

U-pek-yeong-tseang-chui..

Commandant--M. Martin

Captain-L. Barbe

A. M. Baconnier.

Lieutenant-A. Olivier

do.

do.

C. Beloin

do.

A. Virmaitre

do.

J. Perret

do.

A. Chanson ·

do.

C. Trumeau

Interpreter-L. Rocher

Armourer-E. Rocher ·

Municipal Council..

Chairman-N. A. Joseph

Treasurer-Jas. Cunningham

Secretary-Richard Maxwell

* 232

Municipal Police.

Sergeant-H. Roberts

Constable-P. Johnson

do.

-U. Nelson

R.! Maxwell

Church Committee.

W. G. Rice

Jas. Cunningham

Hankow Hotel.

A. O. Cook, proprietor

         Insurance Companies. Bower, Hanbury & Co., agents-

China Fire Insurance Company

|

Drysdale, Ringer & Co., agents-

Sun Fire Insurance Company

Dow, Aitken & Co., agents-

HANKOW.

Liverpool and London and Globe In-

surance Company

Universal Marine Insurance Company

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents-

The Imperial Insurance Company Union Insurance Society of Canton

Gilman & Co., agents-

North British and Mercantile Insur-

ance Company

Heard & Co., Augustine, agents-

China Traders' Marine Insurance As-

sociation

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents-

Canton Insurance Office

Triton Insurance Company Bombay Insurance Society Bengal Insurance Society Hongkong Insurance Society

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company

Alliance Fire Assurance Company

Mackellar, W. R., agent-

Queen Insurance Company

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Company

Pacific Insurance Company of San

Francisco

Shaw, Ripley & Co., agents-

Lloyds

Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool

Trautmann & Co., agents--

London and Lancashire Fire Insurance

Company

Turner & Co., agents-

Northern Assurance Company

North China Insurance Company

UNION STEAM Navigation COMPANY.

Drysdale, Ringer & Co., agents

Hankow General Chamber of Commerce.

J. A. Handy, secretary

Hankow Club.

彼樓

Po-lau.

J. D. King, secretary

Banks.

密架釐

Mut-ka-lee.

CHARTERED BANK OF INDIA.

John Marcreath, acting agent

Y. J. Pode, assistant accountant

有利

Yaw-lee.

CHARTERED Mercantile BANK OF INDIA, LONDON, AND CHINA.

Richard Maxwell, agent

ME DIL!

Wei-fung.

HONGKONG AND SHANGHAL Banking CORPORATION.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents

Professions, Trades, &c.

天疪

Tin-cheong.

Adamson & Co., W. R., merchants

James Cunningham

祥泰

Cheong-toi.

Birley, Worthington & Co., merchants

Henry Beazley, agent

公平

Kung-ping.

Bower, Hanbury & Co., merchants

I. Henderson

HANKOW.

R!!!! Kwong-foong.

Bröndsted and Lüddeke, commission mer-

chants, and public tea inspectors

R. Bröndsted (absent)

F. Lüddeke

Cato, R. B., baker and butcher

和記

Wo-kee.

Dow, Aitken & Co., merchants

James Aitken

W. S. Maclean

Bu fiki

Hing-tuk.

Drysdale, Ringer & Co., merchants

Thos. M. Drysdale

J. M. Ringer

保威

Poo-y

Dupuis, J., merchant

寶順

Po-shun.

Evans & Rainbow, merchants

J. H. Evans

Charlton C. Rainbow

和昌

Wo-cheong.

Falconer & Reid, surgeons, &c.

J. Falconer

A. G. Reid

仁記

Yun-kee.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

A. G. Wood

太平

Tat-ping.

Gilman & Co., merchants

W. G. Price

Grosclaude, E. & A., watchmakers, &c.

E. Grosclaude

A. Grosclaude

Hirsbrunner & Co., jewellers & watchmakers

Juo. Hirsbrunner

廣源

Kwong-yuen.

Hagemeyer & Co., merchants

C. Hagemeyer

Jenkins

Hartman, J., baker and storekeeper

漢第

Hon-di.

Handy John A., bill broker

"Hankow Times" Office

F. W. Thomson, manager

Heard & Co., Augustine, merchants

H. J. Bridges

義記

Yu-kee,

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants

E. R. Holberton

Hupeh Iron and Brass Works'

W. Mesney, gunsmith

阜通

Fou-tung.

"

Ivanhoff, Oberin & Co., merchants

N. Ivanhoff

A. Oberin

A. Ivanhoff

J. Lebedeff

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants

S. J. Gower

Andrew L. Pearcy (absent)

公易

Kung-yik.

Jerdein & Co., merchants

F. Jerdein

W. S. Stronach

怡記

Fun-kee.

Leroy & Co., merchants

E. Leroy

瑞德

Seoy-tak.

Mills and Birdseye, merchants

T. Mills

J. Bridseye

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德興

HANKOW.

永福

Tuk-cheong.

Win-Fook.

Macgregor & Co., J., storekeepers, auction- Townend & Co., Edward, merchants

eers, and general agents

J. Macgregor

A. E. Mathews

Edward Townend

惇裕

Tun-Yue.

Trautmann & Co., merchants

R. C. D. Moffat (absent)

Alfred Bean

C. Virgo

Morrison, H., architect

II. Morrison

順豐

Shun-foong.

Okooloff & Tokmakoff, merchants

E. Okooloff

J. Tokmakoff

M. Sheveloff

P. Sherkoonoff

F. Cherepanoff

T. Watson

呵化威

O-fa-we.

Overweg & Co., merchants

華記

Wa-Ku.

Turner & Co.. merchants

Alfred Hutchison

信和

P. Evans

F. Rodewald

旗昌

Kee-cheong.

Russell & Co., merchants and agents for

the Shanghai Steain Navigation Company

W. S. Fitz

A. Warrick

J. J. Howard

沙遜

Sa-soon.

Sassoon, D., Sons & Co., merchants

N. A. Joseph, (absent)

S. Abraham

Shaw, Ripley & Co., merchants

H. T. Wade

Shun-Wo.

Wilkinson & Co., Alfred, merchants

F. Major

Receiving Ships.

"Northern Light -Messrs. Russell & Co

**

Charles A. Smith, in charge

11

Georgiana -Russell & Co., J. Brown, in

charge

"Sea Horse'

"Ark"

." "Ichasson" Messrs. Drysdale, Ringer & Co., J. Wylie in charge

Missionaries.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev.-Griffith

Rev. E. Bryant

Rev. T. Bryson

WESLEYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. Josiah Cox

Rev. Wm. Scarborough

F. P. Smith, M.B., (London) Medical Mis-

sionary

AT WU-CHANG.

Rev. David Hill

Rev. Frederick P. Napier, B.A.

THE CHEFOO DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Vice-Consul-W. N. Lay

First assistant-J. T. Middleton Constable-T. Mills

FRANCE.

Vice Consul-Chaloner Alabaster

• UNITED STATES.

Consul-E. Sandford

PRUSSIA.

Vice-Consul-J. T. Janssen

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Vice-Consul-James Wilson

DENMARK.

Vice-Consul-W. S. Wadman

NETHERLANDS.

Vice-Consul-W. A. Cornabe

Imperial Maritime Customs.

   Acting Commissioner-T. G. Luson Assistants-W. G. H. Cable, A. Allin Tide Surveyors-J. Saunderson, W. Horn Examiner-W. Rae

Tide Waiters-C. Myres, C. Busch, J. Kirkwood, A. Iffland, J. C. Stackpole, J. Moulls, C. O'Brian Linguists-Wong Wai, Liang

THE LUSON Light off CHEFOO. Chief Light-Keeper-T. Wildey

Second-W. Creed

Insurance Offices.

Fergusson & Co., Agents-

Lloyds'

North China Insurance Company

North British and Mercantile Fire Insur-

ance Company

Meadows & Co., Agents-

China Fire Insurance Company China Traders' Insurance Co., Limited

Wilson, Cornabé & Co., agents-

Royal Insurance Company Germanic Lloyds

Canton Insurance office Union Insurance Society

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Netherlands India Marine and Fire In-

surance Company

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance Co.

SHANGHAI STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

Wilson, Cornabé & Co., agents

Merchants, Professions, and Trades.

• Birk & Co., storekeepers

Ger. A. Brett

* Brett & Co., merchants

G. A. Bratt

* Carmichael, J. R., M.D., F.R.C.S.E., me-

dical practitioner

* Detmering & Co., merchants

W. Detmering

J. Johansen

滋大

Tseu-ta.

Fergusson & Co., merchants

T. T. Fergusson

T. Neil

* Gray, J., baker

* Gardner & Co, storekeepers

M. Lyell

Ger. P. Denbigh

Hagerman, J., M.D., medical practitioner

Those mar ked * have not made any returns, and are inserted same as last year.

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寶典

Po-kin.

Jaussen, Vasmer & Co., merchants

J. T. Janssen

D. Vasiner

* MacDonald, J., shipwright

密妥士

Me-tho-see.

Meadows & Co., merchants

John A. T. Meadows (Tientsin)

W. S. Wadman

P. Kierulfl

Riechelmann, H. W., shipwright

* Richards, P. F., storekeepers

P. F. Richards J. Kirkwook

Sanders & Co., Billiard Roonis

J. O. Sanders

Sassoon, Sons & Co., D., merchants

J. Abraham

Sielas, K., storekeeper

K. Sietas

E. Schroder

A. Rakcliffe

J. Wilson

CHEFOO.

Smith & Co. J., storekeepers

J. Smith

E. Gray

C. Nielson

Wilson, Cornabé & Co.,

Jas. Wilson

W. A. Cornabé

A. M. Eckford

inerchants

Missionaries.

ENGLISH BAPTIST MISSION.

Rev. Richard F. Laughton

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN MISSION. Rev. Hunter Corbett

NATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY OF SCOTLAND.

Rev. Alex. Williamson

AT TUNG-CHOW-Foo.

AMERICAN SOUTHERN BAPTIST MISSION.

Rev. Thos. P. Crawford

Rev. J. B. Hartwell

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN MISSION.

Rev. Chas. R. Mills

Rev. C. W. Matur

TAKU.

Consulates. BRITISH,

Acting Vice-Consul-J. B. Goddard Constable-Thos. Featherstone

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Tide Surveyor and Acting Harbour Master-

E. B. Hancock

Tide Surveyor--A. Field

   Tide Waiter-T. Stackpole Signalman W. French

H. P. Jetram, "Fort Hotel

**

W. Boad

C. Brawn A. Baxter G. W. Collins J. W. Connor

G. W. Hicks

Pilots.

G. W. Kenny G. Mitchell Thos. Moffatt J. C. Hill H. P. Jurtrum A. Ulrup

THE TIENTSIN DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-James Mongan (absent)

Vice-Consul at Taku-W. H. Lay (absent) First Assistant-J. P. M. Fraser

Junior Assistant and Vice-Consul at Taku-

J. B. Goddard

Constable-J. Hewett (Tientsin)

Ditto T. Featherstone (Taku)

FRANCE.

Consul-Emil Coste

Chancellier Interpreter-A. F. G. Deveria

RUSSIA.

Act. Secretary-A. E. Oldroosky

United States.

Vice Consul-J. A. T. Meadows

PRUSSIA.

Acting Vice Consul-Carl Arendt

HANSEATIC CITIES, Acting Consul-C. Arendt

DENMARK.

Consul-John A. T. Meadows

PORTUGAL.

Consul-John Hanna

NETHERLANDS,

Consul--J. A. T. Meadows

SWEDEN.

Consul-M. G. Moore

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Commissioner-Thoinas Dick

Assistants-0. Brown, R. Hough, M. Archer

Shee

Tide-surveyors---W. N. Lovatt and B. J.

Goldspink

Examiners-G. Harmon, R. Frannack Tide-waiters-A. Godwin, A. Cutrie, W.

Trebing, S. F. La Forge, J. Armour Harbour Master-E B. Hancock

MUNICIPAL Superintendent. R. B. Mostyn

Insurances.

Fergusson & Co.. agents-

Lloyds'

Grant's Transmongolian Telegraph China Traders' Insurance Company Liverpool and London and Globe Fire

Insurance Company

North British and Mercantile Insurance

Company

Cocole

238

John Hanna, agent-

Union Insurance Company

TIENTSIN,

Netherlands, India, Sea and Fire Insur-

ance Company

W. Jackson, agent-

North China Insurance Company

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtze Assurance Office

怡昌

E-chang.

Platt & Co., merchants Thomas Platt

旗昌

Ki-s'eung.

Russell & Co., merchants

M. G. Moore, agent

E. Lösch

Henderson, James, agent-

Sun Fire Office, London

Livingston. J., & Co., agents-

Imperial Fire Office

China Fire Office

Canton Insurance Office

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company

Professions, Trades, &c.

滋大

Chu-Tai.

Fergusson& Co., merchants

T. T. Fergusson

W. J. Clarke

J. Davis

保順

Po-shun.

Hanna, John, commission agent

AK

Kiconj-lovong.

生利

Shang-li.

Sandri, T., merchant

E. Borel

Sassoon, Sons & Co., D.

E. J. David

D. Benjamin

信源

Sin-yuen.

Spahn & Co., merchants

W. Spahn

L. Parizot

世昌

Sai-ts'eung.

Stammann & Co., merchants

O. Stammann

Missionaries. ENGLISH.

Henderson, James, merchant

Jackson, Wm., merchant

飛龍

Filuong.

Laen, P. L., merchant

仁記

Yan-gi.

Livingston, J. & Co., merchants

J. Livingsten

Win. Forbes

A. Ainslie

London Missionary Society

Rev. J. Lees

Rev. J. Williamson

Methodist Missionary Society

Rev. J. Innocent

Rev. W. N. Hall

Rev. W. B. Hodge

AMERICAN.

American Board of Commissioners for Fo-

reign Missions

Rev. C. A. Stanley

Rev. L. D. Chapin

Rev. J. Doolittle Rev. Mark Williams

THE NEWCHWANG DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

BRITISH.

Consul-Thos. T. Meadows

Interpreter-Walter E. King Constable-William Lister

UNITED STATES, FRANCE, SWEDEN, NOR-

WAY AND NETHERLANDS.

Vice-Consul-F. P. Knight

A m

DENMARK.

Consul-T. T. Meadows

PRUSSIA, LUBECK, Bremen, and HAMBURG.

Acting Vice-Consul-Francis P. Knight

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Commissioner A. Macpherson Assistants- Englebardt Tide Surveyor-Goldspink

Tidewaiters-Hickey, Eldridge, Brechen-

ridge, Seymour

In charge of Light Ship-Capt. Graham

Insurance Offices.

Bush, James E., agent-

North China Insurance Company

Knight & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Company China Traders' Insurance Company China Fire Insurance Company

G. Schottler & Co., agents

Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Company

Professions, Trades, &c.

Aurbach & Co., storekeepers

E. Aurbach

遠來

Yün-loi.

Bush, James E., merchaut and commission

agent

Clyatt & Co., storekeepers

T. Clyatt

Knight & Co., merchants

F. P. Knight

A. M. Knight

Linnell & Co., shipchandlers, &c.

J. Linnell, marine surveyor, &c.

C. Ganaway

C. Lovett

Platt & Co., merchants and oil cake manu.

facturers

Thomas Platt

E. M. Gudgen Wm. Kite, engineer

"Yaugtzse Hotel"

J. Arnhold, proprietor

"Pilot Hotel "

J. Wells, proprietor

Watson, James, M.D., M. R.C.S.E., phy

sician

Pilots.

Austin, Blachford, Halliday, Macthorne, T- chards, Plunkett, Sinclair, White, Tr derikson, Pulcipher, Burr. Smith, Harvey O'Malley, George Boldt, Frank, Temury

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THE PEKING DIRECTORY.

Legations.

BRITISH.

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni- potentiary, and Chief Superintendent of British Trade in China.-Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B.

   Secretary of Legation-T. F. Wade 2nd Secretary-D. Saurin

3rd Secretary-A. B. Mitford

Assistant Chinese Secretary-J. Mc. L.

Brown

Accountant-J. Murray Chaplain-Rev. J. S. Burdon

Medical Officer-J. Dudgeon, M.D. Students-G. O. Vidal

Geo, Jamieson

H. P. McClatchie

M. J. O. Brien

W. Mowder

E. Egan

Second Assistant, temporarily attached-N. P.

Munro Fraser

Escort and Legation Guard-Serjt. Franklin

Constables-Stent, Robinson, Wise, Shearer,

Whelan, and Edwards.

UNITED STATES.

大美國欽差公署

Tai-Mei-kwoh-Kin-chai-kung-shu.

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo-

tentiary-Hon. Anson Burlingame

Secretary and Chinese Interpreter S. Wells

Williams, L.L.D.

FRENCH.

Envoye Extraordinaire et Ministre Plenipo- tentiare, commandre de la Legion d'hon- neur-M. le Comte de Lallemand Secretaire Premier-M. le Comte de Roche-

chouart

Dearieme Secretaire-M. le Comte tascher

de la Pagerie Attache-M. de Monbel

Premier Interprete-M. Lemaire, chevalier

de la Legion d'honneur

   Chancellier interprete-M. Fontanier (absent) Bece Interprete-M. Blancketon (absent)

M. le docteur Martin

PRUSSIAN.

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo-

tentiary-Baron de Rehfues

Interpreter and Secretary-C. Bismark

M. Arendt, in charge of consulate at

Tientsin

SPANISH.

Minister-H. E. Senor de Mas Secretary-Don Jose de Arguiz 2nd Ditto-Don Pedro Alvarez Chinese Secretary-Don Jose d'Aguilar Attaches-Don Francisco Otin, Agento

Laiglena, Emilio d'Ojeda

RUSSIAN.

Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo-

potentiary-A. de Vlangali

Secretary of Legation-N. Gladky Interpreter A. Popoff Physician-E. Brettschneider

Students-C. Weber

A. Lenzy

Telegraphic Agent and Post Master-F.

Harries

Imperial Maritime Customs.

Inspector General-Robert Hart

Secretary-J. Alexr. Man

Student Interpreters-

E. C. Taintor

Frank E. Woodruff Gustav de Tring

Missionaries.

ENGLISH.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. J. Edkins, B.A.

J. Dudgeon, M.D.

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Rev. J. S. Burdon Rev. W. H. Collins Rev. C. Atkinson

AMERICAN.

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS.

Rev. Henry Blodget

Rev. C. Goodrich

·

PRESBYTERIAN MISSION.

Rev. W. A. P. Martin, D.D.

AMERICAN EPISCOPAL MISSION,

Rev. S. I. J. Schereschewsky Rev. A. C. Höhing

ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN, MISSION. Rev. Wm. C. Burns

FRENCH CLERGY AT PEKING. Under the protection of the French Legation.

PEKING.

La Grandeur Monseigneur Monly, Eveque

d'Abydos, vicaire appostolique de Peking

Monseigneur Guerry, coadjuteur

M. M. l'abbè David

M. M. l'abbè Fabvier M. M. l'abbè Reifert M. M. l'abbè Thierry M. M. l'abbé Delmasure M. M. lefrere Chevier

lefrere Marty

241

FRENCH RESIDENTS AT PEKNIG. M. M. le Major Kelsch, officier instruction "

au service du government Chinois Billequin proffesseur d'chinoie a l'icoh,

du tzoung ly yamen

Lepicie proffesseur de francais a l'icoh

du tzoung ly yamen

THE JAPAN DIRECTORY.

YEDDO.

Legations.

BRITISH.

Sir Harry S. Parkes, K.C.B., Envoy Ex- traodinary and Minister Plenipoten- tiary, and Consul General Sidney Locork, Secretary of Legation Richard Eusden, Japanese Secretary (absent) Algernon B. Mitford, Attachè

William Willis, M.D., First Assistant and

Medical Officer

Alexander Von Siebold, Japanese Inter-

preter (absent)

    Ernest Satow, acting Japanese Secretary James Troup, third assistant

Students-W. G. Astou

H. S. Wilkinson

Officers of Legation Guard.

Vincent J. Applin, Captain, Commanding

Legation Mounted Escort

Lient Lewis Bradshaw, H.M., 29th Regt.,

Commanding Legation Guard

FRENCH.

Monsieur Leon Roches, Ministre Plenipo- tentiaire, Charge du Consulate General, Commandeur de l'ordre Imperial de la Legion d'Honneur, &c. M. le Baron Brin, Attachè

UNITED STATES.

Gen. R. B. van Valkenburgh, Envoy Ex- traordinary and Minister Plenipoten-

tiary

A. L. C. Portman, Secretary Col. Wm. Rumsey

Monsieur A. t'kint is an Envoye Extraordi- nary to Japan aud China for the King of Belgium

DUTCH.

D. de Gracff van Polsbroek, Consul General L. T. Kleintjes, Chancellor at H.N.M. Le- gation, residence in Yeddo, Cho-oodgee and at Yokohama at Benten

De. Wringer, assistant

PRUSSIAN.

M. von Brandt Charge d'Affaires H. Schnell, interpreter

Dr. Berlin, student interpreter

P. Kempermann, student interpreter

DANISH.

D. de Graeff von Polebroek, Minister Plenipotentiary of H. M. the King of Denmark

W. Vander Tak, H. D. M. acting Consul

at Kanagawa

A. J. Bunduin, H. D. M. acting Consul

Nagasaki.

John Henry Duns H. M. M., acting Con-

sul at Hakodadi

1

THE YOKOHAMA DIRECTORY.

Consulates,

GREAT BRITAIN.-No 155. Francis G. Myburgh, Consul Lackland Fletcher, acting Vice-consul J. Fred. Lowder, interpreter Martin Dohmen, assistant Philip B. Walsh, assistant

FRANCE.

M. Alphonse J. Vanderwoo, Secretaire et

acting Chancelier

H. Degron, commis de chancellier et Rece-

veur des Poste

M. Leon van de Polder, student interprete M. Francois Martin, gras Constable

UNITED STATES.

Julius Stahel, Consul

Paul Frank, marshal

J. A. H. Schepel, interpreter

PRUSSIA.

M. H. Gildemeister, Consul resident at Ka-

nagawa

Carl Kritsch, constable

SWITZERLAND,

H. Siber, consul general F. Perregaux, chancellier

PORTUGAL.

Edward Loureiro, consul

BELGIUM.

M. Le Jenne, consul

Public Companies, &c.

INSURANCES.

Adamson & Co., W. R., agents-

For Lloyds'

Aspinall, Cornes & Co., agent- Queen Insurance Company

Carst, Lels & Co., agents-

De Oosterling Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Batavia

Surveyors to the Underwriters' Associa

tion

Gutschow & Co., agents-

London Assurance Corporation

Hughes, Willgoss & Co., agents-

Phoenix Fire Insurance Company

Jardine Matheson & Co., agents--

Alliance Fire Insurance Company Canton Marine Insurance Company Hongkong Fire Insurance Company

Kniffler & Co., agents-

Helvetia Insurance Company, St Gallen Dusseldorfer Allgemeine Versicherungs

Gessellschaft

Allgemeine Vericherungs Gessellchaft fur Soe Fluss and Land transport, Dresden

Lindau & Co., agents-

Union Insurance Company

YOKOHAMA.

Macpherson & Marshall, agents-

  North China Insurance Company Imperial Insurance Company China Fire Insurance Company

Ross, Barber & Co., agents-

Northern Insurance Company, Fire

and Life

Schultze, Reis & Co., agents-

Royal Insurance Company

Colonial Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany of Batavia

Walsh, Hall & Co., agents-

Yangtze Insurance Association

Willkin & Robison, agents-

Sun Fire Office

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.-No 15.

W. Davison,-agent

H. J. H. Tripp

F. Dalrymple (absent)

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.-

No 4.

S. L. Phelps, general agent for China and

Japan

J. H. Phinney, asst. agent

-O. K. Freeman

A. Phelps

M. B. Langhorne

R. W. Irwin

M. P. Nolen, in command Str. Herman J. R. Clarke

G. Coleman.

MESSAGERIES IMPERIALES.-No 10b F. Vasseur, Inspector, (agent, ad. in.)

A. Conil, manager G. Farfara

YOKOHAMA UNITED CLUB,-No 5

W. H. Smith, secretary

G. Young, steward

J. Esdalo, Jr., do.

GERMAN CLUB.-No 161

E. Behncke, secretary

       RACKET COURT CLUB.-No 127 A. C. G. Murray, hon. secretary

FRENCH HOSPITAL.-No 9

  M. Bienvenüe medecin major l'hopital M. Girard, commissaire

Banks.

CHARTERED MERCANTILE BANK OF INDIA, LONDON, & CHINA.-No 78 Septimus Short, manager

A. Allan Shand, accountant

E. B. Watson

-, Taylor

"

COMPTOIR D'ESCOMPTE DE PARIS.

J. Mammelsdorff, manager

E. Feligmaun, accountant

Aubert, clerk

HONGKONG & SHANGHAI BANKING COR-

PORATION.No 62

John Grigor, manager

Wm. Gibson

L. J. da Silva, Jr.

ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION,-No 11

J. Robertson, acting manager

J. Russell, accountant and cashier E. F. Ansell, assistant accountant H. B. Walker,

B. A. Peres, Jr.,

do

do

Merchants, Professions, Trades, &c.

Adamson, W. R., & Co., merchants.-No 28

G. R. Davies

J. Higginbotham

Adds, C., soda water manufacturer.-No.130

C. Adds

Allen, Jr., H., commission merchant.-No

141 &

Allmand & Co., merchants.-No 67

John Allmand

W. L. Brewer

Allard, G., merchant.-No 171 (absent)

Alpiger & Biava, merchants.-No 162

A. A. Alpiger

J. Biava (absent)

"American House. -No 102

J. O. Campbell, proprietor (absent)

Daniel Lynch

Aspinall, Cornes & Co., merchants.--No

34-35

Wm. Gregson Aspinall Frederick Cornes (absent)

Joshua Le Mare

W. H. Taylor

R. A. Wylie

P. Heineman

Aymonin & Co., V., merchant. No 31

V. Aymonin

J. P. A. Zembsch

Bavier & Co., merchants.-No 157

E. Bavier

F. Abegg

A. Bavier

S. Rosselet

Beato, F., photographer.-No 24 a

Felix Beato

Benson, E. S., merchant.-No 170

YOKOHAMA.

Berger & Co., E., watchmakers and jewellers.

-No 80 a

E. Berger

Bernard, Eccard & Raud, merchants

Daniel Bernard

Charles Eccard Joseph Rand

Louis Baumgartner, godown keeper

"Berlin Hotel."-No 128

W. Metzner, proprietor

Blackmore & Co., drapers, &c.-No 59

Bourne & Co., auctioneers, &c.-No 82

Wm. Bourne

James Winstanley

Boyd, W. D., wine and spirit merchant.-

No 89

W. D. Boyd

J. Curnow

Brandt, C. and J. Favre, watch and clock im-

porters.-No 175

C. Favre Brandt (absent)

J. Favre Brandt

Bridgens, R. P., architect and civil engineer.

-No 124

"British Hotel."-No 97 d

H. Moss, proprietor

Carriere & Co., G. H., commission merchant.

-No 170 a

G. H Carriere (absent) D. Lynch

245

Carroll, J. D., shipchandler and general comTM

mission agent-No 38 a

J. D. Carroll

F. C. Spooner

Charles Wiggins

Carst, Lels & Co., merchants.--No 25

H. Bruyn

R. J. Carst

W. A. Houpt

M. E. Van Delden

P. H. Fromp

F. Rab

B. de Reiger

Carst, J. J., shipchandler and general store

keeper. No 26 a

J. Carst

J. Koch W. Hyde

"Clarendon

Hotel. No 97

A. Morris & Co., proprietors

A. Morris

T. Davis

Clarke, Robert, bread and biscuit baker.-

No 135 b

Moja mpaka

"Commercial" Hotel,-No 86

W. Curtis

Cook, Henry, boat and ship builder.-No

115

Cruchley, F., solicitor and conveyancer.-

No 45

Culty, Alfred, pharmacie francaise.-No

80 b

Davison, J., silk inspector.-No 72

De Coningh & Co., merchants.-No 76

A. Vernede (absent)

T. Smith

H. Fetmenger

Defflis & Co., merchants and commission

agents. No 141

Theordor Defflis

Dell Oro, Is., & Co., merchants.-No 165 e

Is. Dell Oro (absent)

Jos. Dell' Oro (absent) C. Bartesaghi

Esdale, James, tailor and outfitter.-No 31a

حملممم

246

YOKOHAMA.

Fabre, Boerne & Co., merchants.-No 81 a

Findlay, Richardson & Co., merchants.-No

12

R. V. Grahame

R. Johnstone

Fletcher & Co., C. A., auctioneers and com-

mission agents.-No 51

C. A. Fletcher Robt. Fletcher

Fourcade, J. J., storekeeper.-No 132

Furniss, J.,- agent for Wm. Sangster &

Co.-No 108b

Gerard, G., contractor.-No 169

A. Gerard

Gilman & Co., merchants.-No 74

T. Foster, Jr.

J. Tonso

"Globe Hotel."-No 81 i, Domony & Co.

proprietors

G. Domony

W. A. Plumber

W. Roach

"Golden Gate" Tavern, Restaurant, and

Livery Stable.--No 130 a

Cornelius George S. Campbell

Goodman, G. W., baker.-No 34

Grauert & Co., merchants.-No 56

W. Grauert

N. Grauert C. Dotta

Grosser & Co., merchants.-No 93

E. Grosser

D. O. Schmidt

Gutschow & Co., merchants.-No 92

P. Gustehow (absent)

G. Muller

M. G. Gill

A. Rothkugel

J. Simon

Hartley & Co., J., Wholesale and Retail

druggists.-No 51 a

John Hartley

Charles R. Hartley

Hall and Van Hovenberg, storekeepers.-

No 52 a

Heard & Co., Augustine, merchants.-No 6

A. O. Gay

John A. Fraser G. Farley, Jr. Franklin Blake

Hecht, Lilienthal & Co., merchants.-No

164 a

Maurice Lejeune

E. Brunat

J. Wolf's

J. B. Cazet

F. W. Poortenaar

Hegt & Co., storekeepers.-No 30

M. J. B. Noordhock Hegt

Henderson & West, butchers, &c.-No 113

T. McGillivray

John Scott

J. Cormack

W. Masson

Hodnett & O'Brien, pilots-No 113 a

P. Hodnett

R. O'Brien

Hooper Bros., merchants.-No 166 b-89

H. J. Hooper C. F. Hooper

"Hotel des Colonies.'

-No 164

A. Laplace, proprietor

A. Lambla

L. Biyeux

Hughes, Willgoss & Co., merchants.-No

156

John Hughes

Hume, Thos., public accountant.-No 162 a

James & Co., S., Dairy and Truck Co.-

No 137

Samnel James William Wilson

William Copeland

Japan Gazette Office.-No 84

J. B. Murray

W. Pirie

E. J.

Moss

Winn

Gingero A Cheong

Japan Herald Office.-No 37

Hansard and Watkins

A. T. Watkins

G. Fraser

J. Foote

F. Mercer Charles Oxley F. Braga F. Cardozo J. Sunches W. Ribeiro A Ching

Japan Times Office.-Nɔ 60

Charles Rickerby, editor Benjamin Seare, manager

W. Allen J. Anglin P. Rafferty P. Toole

W.

Foulds

H. Lotz

YOKOHAMA,

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants-No

H. Kremer

L. D. Blekman

247*

Ladage, Oelke & Co., tailors and clothiers...

-No 53

J. Peltzer (Shanghai)

H. Pfingston

R. Cederlof

Lindau & Co., R., merchants.-No 2-10 e

Rudolph Lindau

E. Behnke

O. Schinne

C. Brand

J Maaik

Lockyer, Mrs., milliner.-No 59

Loureiro, Eduardo, merchant.-No 70 a

Lucy & Co., engineers.-No 114

Lysnar, Dr. Dentist.-No 85 a

Macpherson & Marshall, merchants.-No 58.

Angus J. Macpherson (absent) William Marshall

64

A. Austin

Jelovitz & Co., auctioneers and gener

mission agents.-No 70

al com-

F. H. Thompson

F. W. A. White

L. Jelovitz

Jenkins, G. R., M.D., physician (absent)

J. North (apothecary)

Kemptner & Co., merchants.-No 73

Wm. Alfred Malcolm (absent) John Hudson (absent)

A. Urquhart, p. pro.

Kirby & Co., E. C., shipchandlers and ge-

neral storekeepers.-No 85

E. C. Kirby

F. Townley

W. Dawe

J. Robinson

Kniffler & Co., L., merchants.-No 54

L. Kniffler (absent)

M. H. Gildermeister

Aug. Evers

A. Reddelien

O. von Torp

Wm. Pardun, silk inspector

C, Illies

Kremer & Co., H., general storekeepers and

commission agents.-No 136

J. W. van den Brock

Maranne & Co., Army and Navy Retreat.-

No 81 g

V. Maranne

J. Veillard

M. Fresch

L. Dumont

J. Smith

Marchand, F. J. le, boot and shoemaker..

-No 31 b

Marietti, Prato & Co., merchants.-176

E. Prato

F. Biffi

Marks & Co., A., auctioneers and brokers...

-No 77

A. Marks

H. Marks

L. Marks

S. Marcus

A. Marcus

E. Marcus

Meyer, A. de, late surgeon of the Dutch Royal Navy, medical practitioner.- No 150

Google

248

YOKOHAMA.

McDonald & Dare, bill, bullion, and ship

brokers. No 60, a

W. McDonald (absent) G. M. Dare

Miller, J. W., bill broker.-No 173 b

Morf, II. C., merchant.-No 157 a

Netherlands Trading Society.-No 5 a

W. van der Tak, agent

R. A. Mees

C. B. Donker

P. E. Pistorius

H. Bon

J. Bloem

"Old Brown Jng" Inn-No. 81 c

Joe. Harley

Orny, V., French storekeeper.--No 80

Parregaux, F., & Co., Commission mer-

chants.-No 136

F. Perregaux

Pasquali C., soda-water manufacturer.-No

97 c

C. Pasquali

M. P. J. Foote

Paterson and Wilson, stevedores.-No 126 a

Wm. Paterson

J. Wilson

Patow, Wm., commission merchant.-No

131

William Patow

Pearson, Mrs., millinery and drapery estab-

lishment-No 108 c

Petrocochino & Co, merchant-No 149

P. E. Petrocochino

S. Scoti

J. Chastan

E. Boule

Phillips, Moore & Co., merchants--No. 55

Edward Wallace

A. M. Cohen

Rangan & Co., W., Livery stable.---No 123

W. Rangan

W. A. Thompson

Ravel, Blanc & Co., merchants.-No 30

C. Ravel

V. Blanc, (absent)

T. Ravel

Reiss & Co., merchants.--No 96

J. Wheatty, u.anager

L. Kahn

Thos. Merry

Richter & Reinhardt, general storekeepers.

-No 166 a

J. Richter

F. Reinhardt

Rogers C., grocer and liquor dealer.-168 b

Ross, Barber & Co., merchants.-No 18

James S. Barber

Robt. Goddard C. S. Bland

Rothmund, Willmann & Co., tailors and

outfitters.-No 52

E. Rothmund (absent) • W. Willmann

J. Heid

Sassoon, D., Sors, & Co., merchants.-No

75

Arthur Barnard

Schmidt E., & Co., merchants.-No 10 a

A. Deveze, manager

Schultze, Reis & Co., merchants.-No 153

Adolph Schulze Adolph Reis

Eugen von der Heyde E. J. Geoghegan R. von Bermuth

Fred. Scheidt

Schwartz, E., watchmaker, and piano tuner.

-No 31 c

Shaw, Winstanley & Co., merchants.-No

94

A. Winstanley

Henry Barlow

Siber and Brennwald, merchants.-No 90

H. Siber

C. Brennwald

A. Bachmann

Sigrist, A., Cheap Jack, storekeeper.-No

31 a

!

YOKOHAMA.

Archer & Co., merchants.-No 13

 R. B. Smith (absent) J. S. Blydenburgh Colgate Baker, (absent)

W. J. Cruickshank Geo. Hurlbut

Sommer, B., hairdresser & perfumer.-No 31

"Stag Inn."-No 816

Mrs. Cunningham

Stentz, Harvey & Co., butchers and com-

pradores. No 115 b

H. Stentz

J. Harvey

Alex. Clarke

John Yorke

Strachan & Thomas, merchants.-No 63

W. M. Strachan Thomas Thomas Jas. Downie

Jas. Bisset

Thorel, Ziegler & Co., merchants.- No 159

Chas. Thorel

C. Ziegler

W. Mills

A. Dumelin

"The Colorado Eating House."-No 81 h

Geo. Marshall

Thos. Harrison

Textor & Co., merchants.-No 29

C. J. Textor (absent)

W. H. Arretz (do.)

Ad. Bovenschen

K. Pauw (absent)

H. Becker

E. H. Daniels (absent)

W. Neuhaff

O. Semisch

C. Rasch

H. Busch

Trautman & Co., merchants.-No 56

W. Grauert (absent)

A. Leysner

Urquhart, Robert, bill broker-No 173 a

Valmalle & Co., merchants-No 100

C. Valmalle

H. F. Schoene

Lonis Borel

249

Van Blommestein, A. E. A., general mer. chant and commission agent.-No 83 a

Van, de Polder, butcher and comprador.-No

136 a

Peter Strom G. Nachtagal P. Claussen

Walsh, Hall & Co., merchants-No 2-10 c

John G. Walsh R. G. Walsh

Arthur Brent E. Piquet R. M. Brown J. E. Winn

S. D. Hepburn

Westwood, C. L., bill and bullion broker,

-No 61

Whitfield & Dowson, civil engineers, survey-

ors, and land agents.-No 69 a

George Whitfield

P. S. Dowson

F. Whitmore (absent)

Whitfield & Co., engineers and boiler ma-

kers. No 69 a

George Whitfield P. S. Dowson

W. A. Crane Charles Smith

J. Wickers

Wilkie & Co., J. D., carpenters and boat

builders.-No 114

J. D. Wilkie (absent)

L. Laufenberg

W. Oastler

Wilkin & Robison, merchants.- Alfred John Wilkin

Richard Durant Kobison

W. P. Mitchell

E. Stanley Polley

-No 3

YOKOHAMA DISPENSARY.-No 93 b

G. R. Jenkins, M.D. (absent)

J. North, apothecary

N. Nicolayson

Yokohama Washing Establishment.-No 131 a, Lower Concession, under European Supervision

Alfred Hatton

250

YOKOHAMA.

YOKOHAMA General ChamBER OF

COMMERCE.-No 49.

R Lindau, chairman

L. A. Joseph, vice-chairman

H. Brunyn

E. Piquet

F. Cornes

A. O: Gay

M. Lejeune

W. Van der Tak

J. Julius Dare

Churches and Missions.

CHRIST CHURCH,

British Consular Chaplain-The Rev. M.

Buckworth Bailey

CHAPEL, "The Sacred Heart of Jesus.".

80

Pierre Mounicon J. M. Martin

AMERICAN.

Rev. James Ballagh

Dr. J. C. Hepburn

Mr. D. Thompson

-No

CHINESE AND Native ShopKEEPERS. Young Jack, stevedore, No 81D

Ah Wa, shoemaker, No SID Lyn sing, book binder, No 81E Wa sing, tailor, No 81E Ah Why, painter, No 81E Kang sing, silversmith, No 81% Che ching, book binder, No 81r Ge chong, shoemaker, No 81r Wa sing, shoemaker, No 165A Ah kim, house painter, No 165A Quang chong, tailer, No 1650

THE NAGASAKI DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government Offices.

* GREAT BRITAIN,

   Consul-Captain J. Howard Vyse Acting Consul-Marcius Flowers Second Assistant-Robertson

Assist, and Packet agent-A. A. Annesley Clerk-K. E Schmid

Constable-J. Henderson

montag

* FRANCE.

Consul-Leon Dury

Constable-Louis Gouzert

Consul-

* UNITED STATES.

Marshal-D. L. Moore

* PORTUGAL.

    Consul-Jose Loureiro Chancellier-C. J. da Silva Constable-John Anderson

DENMARK.

Consul A. J. Bauduin

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-A. J. Bauduin

SWITZERLAND.

Consul―A. J. Bauduin

PRUSSIA.

Vice-Consul-Richard Lindau

Constable H. Shanegan

Japanese Government Employment.

* AKOENOKA FACTORY.

A. C. Vreedenberg

A. Pieters

J. C. Assembroek

J. F. Hellwig

W. F. Versnel

W. Brandenburg

* HOSPITAL.

Dr. C. G. van Mansvelt

Chemical & Physical School-Dr. R. W.

Gratama

* TATAKAMI SHIP BUILDING Yard. F. L. W. Nering Bögel

J. Fens

N. Harte M. de Koning

J. Eyk Vander

H. A. Lannoy

Public Companies.

* Adrian & Co., Agents-

Col. Sea and Fire Insurance Company of

Batavia

Albert Insurance Company Limited of

London

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany

Alt & Co., Agents-

North China Marine Insurance Company Universal Marine Insurance Company China Fire Insurance Company

Marine Investment Company (Limited)

Those marked * have not made any returns, and are inserted same as last year.

252

NAGASAKI.

Glover & Co., Agents--

London Assurance Corporation Northern Assurance Company Imperial Insurance Office

Canton and Hongkong Insurance Office The London and Oriental Steam Transit

Insurance Office

Lloyds'

Hongkong Fire Insurauce Company

Hartman & Besier, Agents-

North British and Mercantile Insurance

Company

Kniffler & Co., Agents-

Oosterling Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany of Batavia

* Lesent & Co., Agents-

Agents of the Netherlands Joint Under-

writers Union of Amsterdam

Rainbow, Lewis & Co., Agents-

  Union Insurance Society of Canton China Traders' Insurance Company

Walsh & Co., Agents-

Yangtze Insurance Association of Shang-

hai

Banks.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corpora-

tion

Glover & Co., Agents

Oriental Bank Corporation Glover & Co., Agents

Pacific Mail S. S. Co.

Walsh & Co., Agents

Merchants, Professions and Trades, &c.

*Adams, M. C., butcher and compradore

T. B. White

* Adrian & Co., merchants

J. Adrian

H. Schiff

T. Adrian

Alt & Co., merchants

W. J. Alt

J. R. Hooper (absent)

Charles Ryley

W. Milne

F. Hellyer

J. Gillingham

C. Brown

H. Gorman

* Anderson, Geo.

**Anderson, John, proprietor "Petersburg"

Hotel

*Bezer, Thos., proprietor "London Tavern"

George Bozier

Bollens, Eug., merchant

Eug. Bollens, (absent) O. Hartmann, attorney

*Bousema, R., proprietor "New Amsterdam"

Hotel

* Broderick, M., proprietor "Oriental" Hotel

* Carl Nickle & Co., merchants

Carl Nickle

Gustav Wilekens

Case & Co., merchants

W. M. Robinet J. Bruinied

C. H. Ogston A. W. Henderson

F. D. Huddlesten S. Fontaine

* Chenz & Co., boiler makers

C. Chenz

Echimmer

* Colins, J.,

auctioneer

* Conort, A.,

baker

* Curtis, J., proprietor "Army and Navy"

Hotel

*Fitz Gerard, M., ships' carpenter

* French, A. D. W., merchant

A. D. Weld French

Germania Hotel and Bowling Saloon

J. W Umland} H. Shannigan proprietors

Glasson, J.

Glover & Co., merchants

Thomes Blake Glover

Francis A. Groom (Shanghai)

Edw. Harrison (absent)

R. Holme

F. Harrison

A. J. Glover

O. C. Herhausen H. Trotzic F. Ringer J. C. Smith W. Brown

J. W. Smith

Gordes, H., merchant

Henry Gordes

* Gray, W. J.

* Grösser & Co.

F. Grösser

H. Bömeyer

F. Grösser

NAGASAKI.

Hall & Holtz, storekeepers and genera

agents

E. Hall (absent)

A. Holtz (do.)

G. Gray

J. Waters

Hartmann & Besier, merchants

W. L. Hartmann

J. N. Besier

J. C. Klein

* Hentmaen, O., merchant

* Henri Gordes, merchant

Hyver, J. P., shipchandler & general store-

keeper

J. P. Hyver

J. Couder

F. Stone

Johnson, J. J., proprietor "Cosmopolite"

Hotel

Kuiffler & Co., L., merchants

L. Kniffler

M. H. Gildemeister (Yokohama)

G. Reddelien

A. R. Weber

C. W. Iwersen

E. von Leesen

C. Falck

Julius Bergau W. Hasskerl

Godown keepers

* Lake & Co., Geo. W., butchers & compradors

Geo. W. Lake

Edward Lake

E. Tilmore George Murphy

Lehmann, Carl, engineer and shipbuilder

Carl Lehmann (absent)

V. Hartmann

* Lesent & Co., merchants

J. Lesent

T. A. A. Groenervont

* Loureiro, Antonio, merchant

Antonio Loureiro

* Loureiro, Jose, merchant

Jose Loureiro

Guilherme F. Vianna

253

* Macini, N., proprietor "Belle Vue" Hotel

Maltby & Co, merchants

John Maltby

Samuel Maltby

George J. Colthrup

J. L. Lee

* Mitchell, James, shipcarpenter

Netherlands Trading Society

A. J. Bauduin, agent

F. P. Tombrink

T. Pak

W. C. Korthals

H. Polano

* Pettersen, A., merchant

A. Pettersen

Pignatel & Co., commission agents

Eugene Pignatel

Victor Pignatel Charles Pignatel

Rainbow, Lewis & Co., merchants J. M. Rainbow (absent) George Lewis

J. Webster B. Rainbow

R. Leys

Schmidt, Spahn & Co., merchants

A. Schmidt

H. Spahn

C. Krümmel (absent) M. Militzer (absent)

A. Stein

F. Mettler

254

H. Twersen

A. Sander, godown keeper

NAGASAKI.

Smith & Breen, butchers and compradors

 J. U. Smith John Breen

E. S. Smith

Smith, D. Mc. S., general storekeeper

Stewart, A., Lloyds' Surveyor

* Sutton, C., keeper "Nagasaki Club"

* Textor & Co., merchants

C. E. Boeddinghaus

F. Dittmer

Jean Fuchs

Wachtels, Groos & Co., merchants

H. P. M. Wachtels

J. Henry Groos

H. A. Ortmans

Walsh & Co., merchants John G. Walsh

Thomas Walsh (absent)

8. Howard Church Richard Lindan

J. W. Leembruggen S. K. Lothrop, Jr. J. W. Henderson Thomas Lepper Frederick Krebs L. J. de Sa

*Warren, W., proprietor "Commercial Hotel"

B. Jennings

*Weeks, Caroline, Mrs., proprietress "Royal"

Hotel

*Zameren, J., ship chandler, storekeeper and

marine surveyor for French Consulate

Missionaries.

SAINT PIERE Baptiste.

* Bernard Petitjean

Joseph Lancaegne

Rev. Guido F. Verbeck

M. C. Williams, chaplain to English Church

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THE HAKODADI DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

* GREAT BRITAIN.

   Consul-Captain J. Howard Vyse Interpreter-J. J. Euslie Assistant-R. Robertson Constable-G. H. Thompson

* FRANCE.

Vice-Consul-H. Weim

* UNITED STtates.

Consul-E. E. Rice

Interpreter-N. Rice

RUSSIAN IMPERIAL CONSULATE.

Consul-E. C. Butzow

Secretary-M. Tsivilkow Physician-Dr. V. Westly Chaplain-Bev. F. Nicholas Clerk of the Chapel-V. Sartow Interpreters A. Malenda

* PORTUGAL.

Consul-Alfred Howell

Constable-T. Underwood

PRUSSIAN.

Vice Consul, C. Gärtner

Professions and Trades.

Blakiston, T., merchant

H. Whitely

D. Rae

* Kniffler & Co., merchants

C. Gautner

P. Viehmeyer

* Littlefield, T. B., compradore and butcher

G. Berwick

* Meynard & Co. storekeepers

*

J. Maynard

H. Trone

SANTANAS V

Ninphoge, S., general storekeeper, &c.

F. Hambie

T. Yukia

* Porter, Alex. P., commission merchant, ge- neral agent, marine surveyor, &c., &c.

M. Olea

* Schuter, P. H. T., compradore and butcher

* Smith, Charles, butcher, &c.

*

John Smith

Stephenson & Co., merchants

C. A. Fletcher

J. Mane

*Thompson, G. H., carpenter, &c.

W. Bouid

* Wilkie, F., merchant

Missions, &c.

J. Scott

* Dent & Co., merchants

Affred Howell

* RUSSIAN MISSION.

Pere Nicholas

V. Sartoff

Those marked * have not taale any returns, and are inserted same as last year.

THE MANILA DIRECTORY.

Colonial Government.

Governor and Captain General-H. E. Sr.

Don Jose Gandara

Secretary-V. Barrantes

       SUPERIOR Court of Appeal. President-H. E. the Captain General Regent or Governor--E. G. Trivino

Presidents of Chambers-Escalera, Ortolara

and Valdeneho

Judges-Elio and Urquiola Substitutes-Virmanos and J. Icara

FINANCIAL Department. Superintendent General-H. E. the Captain

General

Intendent Acting-R. Pares Vento Accountant General-Escandon Acting Treasurer General-Tomas Berges

CIVIL GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE IN MANILA,

    Governor-M. Arcarraga Secretary-C. Cortarar (acting) Commissary-J. Aranda

INFERIOR Judges (Civil AND CRIMINAL.)

    1st Court-D. J. Garcia y Carmenes 2nd do.--D. J. Muñir

3rd do.-P. Casaprim

WAR DEPARTMENT.

Judges-H. E. the Captain General, and

the Auditor of War Department

MARINE DEpartment. Judges-H. E. Sr. D. A. Osorio (admiral of the station), and Judge Councellor of Marine

Attorney-Jose Maria Arrieta Notary-D. F. Rogent

Major General of Marine-D. Jose Dueñas Harbour Master-D. Enrique Paez Commander-in-Chief of Preventive Forces

by Sea and Land

Postmaster General-Sebastian Hazanas Collector General of Customs-M. Cabal-

lero

ECCLESIASTICAL DEPARTMENT. Patron-H. M. the Queen

Royal Vice- Patron-H. E. the Governor

Captain General

Archbishop Metropolitan of the Philippines -H. E. Sr. Don Gregorio Meliton Mar- tinez

Provisor and Vicar-General-D. M. M.

Gaston

Dean-Manuel Peralta

Commissary of the Holy Crusade-D.M.M.

Gaston

Notary General-D. Vicente Cuyngan, D.

M. Perez

BISHOPRIC OF Nueva Segovia. Bishop-H. E. Friar Francisco Gainza Provisor and Vicar-General-Doctor Vi-

cente Garcia

BISHOPRIC OF CEBU.

Bishop-H. E. Friar Romoaldo Gineno

MANILA.

257

Provisor and Vicar General-D. Estevan

Meneses

Consulates.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-J. Rickets

Assistant-W. Spencer

Vice Consul at Sual in Pangasinan-Jose

de Bosch

Assistant-J. Gutierrez

Vice Consul at Iloilo, in Panay-N. Loney Assistant-James Smith

FRANCE.

Consul-E. Mechain

Chancellor titular-Leon Nollie

   UNITED STATES, SWEDEN And Norway. Consul-Jonathan Russell (acting) Surgeon to Consulate-J. Burke, M.D.

DENMARK.

Consul-O. E. Edwards (absent) In Charge-H. N. Palmer

BELGIUM.

Consul-John Ross.

BREMEN.

Consul-N. Meilly (acting)

PORTUGAL.

Consul-A. Hidalgo

PRUSSIA.

Consul-Moritz A. Herrman

SWITZERLAND.

Consul-Ch. Germann (absent)

Vice-Consul-J. U. Meilly (acting)

Municipality.

President-H. E. the Captain General

Vice-President-The

Civil Governor or

Major of the City

Magistrate of 1st Election-Don V. Aviles,

and 12 Aldermen

Secretary-Bernardino Mazarno

     Royal Tribunal of Commerce. President-Vicente Carranceja Members-Roman Calderon, Pio Fernandez de Castro, S. Tuason, Antonio Marcaida

         Board of Commerce, President-The Prior of the Tribunal Members-Fernando Munoz, Francisco Reyes, Jose M. Soler, Antonio Hidalgo, Jose Cucullu, Jose V. Velasco

Secretary-Jose Gabriel Gonsalez Professor of English-M. Blanco Professor of French-Alfredo Camps

Foreign Hospital.

Richard Burke, M.D.

Insurances.

Blanco, Domingo & Co., agents-

Tutelar y de la Sociedad Espanola de

Credito Commercial de Madrid

Findlay, Richardson & Co., agents-

Northern Assurance Company

Guichard et Fils, agents-

Societé Francaise de Prets a la Grosse

de Paris

Holliday, Wise & Co., agents-

North China Assurance Company (Fire) Liverpool, London and Globe Fire

Insurance Company

Jenny & Co., agents-

Swiss Lloyds Winterthur

Dusseldorf Sea River Transport In-

surance Company

Correspondents of Hamburg and

Bremen Underwriters

Kerr & Co., agents-

Lloyds'

Liverpool Underwriters Assurance

British and Foreign Marine Insurance

Company Limited

Sun Fire Office

Tillson, Hermann & Co., agents-

Royal Insurance Company

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company

Steam Navigation,

MANILA AND Hongkong Steamers, Manuel Perez, agent

MANILA AND SINGAPORE STEAMERS, Ker & Co., agents

CEBU AND ILOILO STEAMERS.

E. Comas, agent

ILOILO AND Western.

Phillips, Moore & Co., agents

Cocle

258

Merchants, Professions, and Trades.

Andrews & Co., H. J., merchants

H. J. Andrews

J. Southworth

Archard, A., Hotel St. Fernando

MANILA.

Aguirre & Co., general merchants and dis-

tillers

 F. de Aguirre (in Europe) Antonio Hidalgo

V. Teus

S. M. Gonsalez

Baer & Co., S., merchants

S. Baer

C. Gruebler

E Langer

Barretto & Co., B. A. S., nierchants

R. A. Barretto

Bischoff, watchmaker

Borries, W., apothecary

Cailliez, saddlery

Cucullu & Co., merchants Jose de Cucullu Juan Alegre

J. M. Conde

A. Quero

Dailliard, J., coach-maker

De Castro & Co., Ignacio Fernandes, mer-

chants

Pio F. de Castro

P. Jorge

Elzinger Brothers, watchmaker

Eugster & Co., merchants

L. Eugster

J. Eugster

Findlay, Richardson & Co., merchants

› Francis Richardson (London) Chas. B. Findlay (Glasgow) Robert V. Grahame (Yokohama) Matthew Brown (Glasgow) Thomas Caw

Walter H. Beach

James Sloan

John Brown

F. Puig

"French Hotel," Rua de la Baracca

Sala Hari, proprietor

Guichard et Fils, merchants J. A. Guichard (Paris) F. Guignard Victor Cherest

do

Eugene Guichard Joze Barretto Benito Guebarra C. S. Aleuaz

Henkel, Tabler & Co., merchants

H. Henkel (Manila)

G. Tobler (Majay-jay)

T. Condez

Hughes, P., clock and watchmaker and

jeweller

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants

B. L. Coller

A. Roezstehke E. Andrews E. Jones

Icaza, Ignacio de, rope maker

Jenny & Co., merchants F. Jenny (absent) Charles German J. U. Meilly

O. Durr

G. Schmid

J. Aebli

Karuth, Heinzen & Co., merchants

Charles Karuth

Conrad Heinszen (absent)

H. Zobel

N. Heinszen

P. Rodriguez

Kerr & Co., merchants

John Ross

Albert Coates D. M. Forbes

J. Holding P. L. Blyth

H. K. Bibby

J. Cembrano

J. Carballo

Kleinpel, P., "San Fernando" hotel

Labhart & Co., merchants

J. C. Labhart (in Europe) Julius Spanier

Theodore Steiger

Lutz & Co., C., merchants

C. Lutz

J. J. Zust

#

Marine Hotel

"

Martin, Dyce & Co., merchants

W. R. Greenshields (in Europe)

W. C. Hannay, manager

J. B. Mackie

J. S. Stevenson

J. Rogers

J. Ogilvie

E. Rodriguez y Brioso

Olea, Francisco, average stater

do.

Peele, Hubbell & Co., merchants

Horatio Nelson Palmer (absent) Ogden Ellery Edwards Richard Dalton Tucker

Antonio V. Barretto

George H. Pierce (absent) F. P. Cenbrano, Jr.

E. D. Edwards (absent) W. D. Huntington

J. J. Comstock, Juur.

F. Otadui

V. Versoza

J. Versoza

W. R de Souza

Peters & Co., merchants

J. H. N. Hulsz (absent)

T. C. Tobler

H. N. Hulsz

Phillips, Moore & Co.,

George N. Michell

E. Jimenez

S. J. Morris

merchants

Polanel Petel & Co., merchants George Van Polanel Petel George Van Petel, Junr.

Reynolds & Co., T. J., merchants

Thos. J. Reynolds

J. Ortega

F. Cembrano

(Sual)

S. A. dos Remedios

do.

G. Gargollo

do.

E. Cembrano

do.

MANILA.

259

S. Moll

do.

J. Santonomana

do.

A. Fuster

do.

M. Fuster

do.

Roxas, J. B., proprietor, Guadalupe rope, San Miguel soap, and Oriental spirit fac- tory

Isidoro Fernandez Joaquin V. Fernandez Pedro P. Roxas Gregorio Granados Jose Eslante

Russell & Sturgis, merchants

E. H. Green (absent) Jonathan Russell J. B. Pearson, (absent)

Edward Jackson Henry Upham Jeffries F. Griswold Heron Wright B. Loring M. F. Somes Edward B. Haven Charles H. Warren V. Cembrano James Methvin G. Rorusch

M. Reyes

J. Mateu

W. Woodford

E. Tuason

J. Loyzaga

E. Cucullu

William Marsh, marine surveyor W. A. Gardiner (Iloilo)

George Austen

A. Zeisz

do.

(Cebu)

J. E. Ernst do.

William H. Cutler (Albay)

Santa Mesa, rope maker

Smith, Bell & Co., merchants

J. A. Smith (London) R. P. Wood (Liverpool) G. R. Young (London) N. Macleod

C. R. B. Pickford

A. P. Cameron

J. Haffenden A. D. Macleod H. Coates A. Marcaida

G. Reyes A. Jimenez

260

Steck, F., apothecary

Summers, A., Puertasy & Co., merchants

Agustin Summers

Francisco Dias v Puertas

José G. del Valle

Manuel Escribano

Joze Carillo

Tillson, Herrmann & Co., merchants

Edward Parr (England) Moritz A. Herrmann

Louis F. Rapp

Edward Boustard, Junr.

Edward Kimzler

Manuel Ortega

Ramon Javier

Tuason & Co., V., public auctioneers

V. Tuason

A. Tuason

J. Tuason

M. Ferrer

R. Ferrer

Westernhagen, apothecary

Wilson, R., engineer

Zobel Jacobus, chemist

CEBU.

Merchants.

Russell & Sturgis, merchants

A. Zeisz

J. E. Ernst

Ker & Co., merchants

H. S. French

C. Wood

MANILA.

Loney, Kerr & Co., merchants

W. G. Kerr

J. A. Fyfe

ILOILO.

Consulate.

HANSEATIC Towns.

Vice-Consul-John Costeker

BELGIUM.

Consul-John Ross

Merchants.

Ker & Co., merchants

Thomas Maegibbon D. Munn

Loney & Co., merchants

R. Loney (at Negros) N. Loney J. Higgin J. Costeker

J. Smith

Russell & Sturgis, merchants

W. A. Gardiner

Geo. Austin

Insurances.

Loney & Co., agents-

Royal Insurance Company

Netherlands India Insurance Company

ALBAY.

Merchants.

Russell & Sturgis, merchants

William H. Cutler

THE BANGKOK DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Governments.

Offices.

PORTUGUESE CONSULATE.

(Established 1820.)

Consul-Antonio Frederico Moor

Assistant-A. J. F. da Luz

Jailer-Alli

CONSULATE OF THE U. S. OF AMERICA.

(Established May 29th, 1856.)

Consul-J. M. Hood

Interpreter-N. A. McDonald

Marshal-A. J. Mattingly

     BRITISH Consulate. (Established June 14th, 1856.) Consul Thomas George Knox (absent) Act. Consul-H. Alabaster

  1st asst. & Interpreter-W. H. Newman 2nd assistant-H. G. Kennedy Student Interpreter-D. J. Edwards Constable-H. A. Gardener

Surgeon-James Campbell, R.N., .F.R.G.

S.L.

   FRENCH COnsulate. (Established July, 1856.) Consul-G. Aubaret Chancellor-C. Grapinet 1st Interpreter-Vacant 2nd Interpreter-P. Niu Clerks-A-Chins and Onn Constables-Pedro and Eau

DANISH CONSULATE.

(Established 1858.)

Consul-R. S. Scott

AUSTRIAN CONSULATE. (Established March, 1866.)

Consul-Alexis Redlich

HANSEATIC REPUBLIC CONSULATE. (Established October, 1858.)

Consul-Paul Pickenpack

Swedish and Norwegian Consulate. Acting Vice-Consul-Paul Pickenpack

NETHERLANDS Consulate. (Established December, 1860.)

Consul-Paul Pickenpack

PRUSSIAN CONSULATE, INCLUDING THE GERMAN ZOLLVEREIN. (Established April, 1865.)

Consul-Paul Lessler

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPART-

MENT.

Harbour Master & Master Attendant-Capt. John Bush; Siamese Title, Hluang Wi- sudth Sagoratith Chow-Tah.

1st Assistant-A. F. de Jesus 2nd Assistant-Chune

Ghout Serang-Saleeman

Agent for THE WESTERN Clubs,

TOPSHAM.

Western Standard

National

Queen

Great Western

Western Eagle

Little Western

British A. 1.

General A. 1.

Western Alliance British A. 1, Freight

Royal Western

262

POLICE DEPARTMENT. (Established April, 1862.)

BANGKOK.

Commissioner of Police-S. J. B) doing du

Anies

Native Officers-Six Peons-Fifty

ty in the

foreign quarters

There are 200 Military Police doing duty

within the city walls

Public Companies.

INSURANCES.

Borneo Company, Agents-

Lloyds'

North China Insurance Co.

Pickenpack, Thiers & Co., Agents-

Colonial Sea and Fire Insurance Co. Oosterling Insurance Co. China Traders' Insurance

Markwald & Co., Agents-

Hamburg, Dresden and Bremen Un-

derwriters

Canton Insurance office Germanic Lloyds'

BANGKOK DOCK COMPANY. Manager-John Bush

Superintendent-W. J. Robertson Engineer-H. Pow

2nd do.-W. Sing

CLYDE DOCK YARD AND STEAM SAW MILLS.

D. Maclean & Co.

Daniel Maclean

John Maclean

B. P. Simeons

AMERICAN STEAM RICE MILL.

Pickenpack, Thiers & Co., proprietors Manager-Franklin Blake

Superintendent-M. Gurvey

Assistants-Samuel Wright

Alonzo Moore

THE BANGKOK RICE MILL Company.

Manager A. M. Odman

1st Engineer-W. Baulsom

2nd do. -W. Tryton

A. MARKWALD & Co 's STEAM RICE MILL.

Assistants-R. Burton

Henkell

Eu. Seang

HONGKONG And Shanghai Banking COMPANY.

Pickenpack, Thiers & Co., Agents-

BANK OF Rotterdam,

Pickenpack, Thiers & Co., Agents-

Merchants and Traders. "Borneo Company" (Limited) merchants

Wellesly Sinclair, manager

John Blyth

Chune, C. S., auctioneer, ship chandler, and

general commission agent

Cordeiro, Miguel, soda water manufacturer,

New Road

Eyınand E. D. Henry & Co., merchants

H. Käuber, manager

E. de Bay R. Götte

"Flack's Hotel," C: Flack, proprietor

Landberg, A. F., & Co., shipchandlers

A. F. Landberg

L. Liedeke

Malherbe, Jullien & Co., merchants

L. Malherbe (absent)

St. Cyr. Jullien

A. Jucker

W. H. Hamilton

P. H. Baskes

Markwald, A., & Co., merchants

A. Markwald Paul Lessler

Alexis Redlich

W. Masius

A. Oestmann

F. da Costa

P. Jesus

Richard Hendriks

Montigny, Remi de, merchant

R. de Montigny

F. M. Alloin,

manager

Pickenpack, Thiers & Co., merchants

P. Pickenpack

V. Pickenpack W. Muller A. Peterson

"Union Hotel," P. Carter, proprietor

BANGKOK.

Printing Offices. OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN MIS- SIONARY ASSOCIATION. Manager-Rev. D. B. Bradley, M.D.

OFFICE OF THE AMERICAN PRES. BYTERIAN MISSION. Manager-Rev. N. A. McDonald

OFFICE OF THE "BANGKOK RECORDER."

Editor-Rev, Dr. Bradley

PROTESTANT HOUSES OF

WORSHIP.

Chapel of the Americau Missionary Associa-

tion

Chapel of the American Presbyterian Mis-

sion

Chapel of the American Baptist Mission Chapel of the entire Protestant Community

Missionaries.

AMERICAN BAPTIST BOARD. THE CHINESE MISSION AT Bangkok, com- MENCED BY W. DEAN, 1834.

Rev. William Dean, D.D. Rev. N. M. Lisle

THE SIAMESE MISSION, COMMENCED BY J. T. JONES, 1833.

Rev. Samuel J. Smith

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN

MISSION. STATIONED AT BANGKOK.

Rev. Samuel R. House, M.D. Rev. N. A. McDonald

Rev. Samuel C. George

STATIONED AT PETCHABURI.

Rev. Samuel G. McFarland

Rev. P. L. Carden

   Stationed at Xieng Mai, (Laos.) Rev. D. McGilvary Rev. Jouathan Wiison

AMERICAN MISSIONARY

ASSOCIATION.

Rev. Dan Beach Bradley, M.D.

MISSION DE SIAM.

Mgr. Ferdinand Aime, Augustin Joseph Dupond, Bishop of Azoth, vicar-apos- tolic of Siam, resident at Bangkok M. Larmandie Francois Louis (absent)

263-

M. Marin Jean, Secretary to the Mission M. Ley Jean Louis, in charge of the college

and Church of the Assumption

M. Ranfaing Jean Baptist, Church of the

Conception, at Chanthaboon

M. Daniel Severin, Jacques Marie, Church

of Rosaire, at Bangkok

M. Gibarta, Pierre Marie, Church of St.

Francis Xavier, at Bangkok

M. Martin Jean Pierre, Church of the Con-

ception, at Bangkok

M. Kieffer Francis Xavier, Church of St.

Cruz, at Bangkok

M. Rabardelle Alfred Prudhomme, Church

of the Holy name of Jesus

M. Perreaux Renè Nicolas, Church of the

Nativity at Ban non knok

M. Schmit, Francois Joseph, Church of St. Paul, at Petrio, and Church of the Compassion at Banptasoi

M. Fanque Joseph Amable,

Antoine, at Thalet

hurch of St.

M. Guego Mathurin, student of the lan-

guage

NATIVE PRIESTS.

Rev. P. Andre Yeng, native; Church of St.

Peter at Naksuxxisi

Rev. P. Joseph Tching, native; Church of

St. Michael at Donkabuang

Rev. P. Joachine Ye, native; Church of St.

Joseph at Juthia

Rev. P. Paul Hoi, native; Church of St.

Jean Baptist, at Bangkok Rev. P. Philippe Sune, native; Church of

St. Francis Xavier

Rev. P. Simon Tan, native; Church of the

Conception, at Chauthabun

MENAM ROADS, PAKNAM, AND BANGKOK MAIL REPORT BOAT.

Dyer & Co., proprietors

The Mail and Report boat leaves the Union Hotel daily, and returns from Pak- nam with Passengers and Mails from out- side the bar the same day.

Letters for non-subscribers $1 Passage to and from the Bar $5 Special boats to and from the Bar $10

BANKOK BRANCH PILOTS. Office, at the Harbour Master's Office. John Smith W. Radcliffe

264

James Cook George Ecclestone William Johnson Conrad Lampie Fred. Peterson

Thos. Andrews

C. Stalze

THE WATER BOAT

**

Proprietor-Jacob C. van Es.

BANGKOK.

MENAM."

CHIEF BAZAARS IN BANGKOK.

     Talat Samp'eng-On the east side of the river, a mile and a half in length, containing

almost all varieties of merchandise and

eatables.

Talat Sow Ch'ing Ohá-A little 8. E. of the King's palace, half a mile in length, comprising chiefly dry goods and hard-

ware.

Talat Somdet Ong Noi-On the western side of the river, a little above Mussulman Square, for the sale chiefly of estables; quite a large market.

TABLE

SHEWING THE PROPOSED MOVEMENTS OF THE MAIL STEAM PACKETS OF THE PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY,

FOR THE YEAR 1868.

APPROVED BY THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL, ON THE 26TH OF NOVEMBER, 1887.

Southampton to Alexandria. 2,851 Miles @ 10 Knots.

OUTWARD ROUTE.

Marseilles

to Alexandria. 1,410 Miles @ 10 Knots.

Suez to Bombay.

2,972 Miles @ 9) Knota.

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

South- Gibral- ampton. tar.

Malta.

Alex. andria

London.

Mar- soilles.

Alex- andria.

Buez.

Aden.

Bombay.

Saturday Thrs'day Monday

Friday

2 p.m.

98.m.

5 p.m.

8 p.m.

Friday 8 p.m.

Sunday 7 8.m.

Saturday 4a.m.

Sunday 8 p.m.

Saturday

noon

Bunday 7 p.m.

115 h. sea

6 port

98 sea 12 port

82 408

35 h. rail

138 h. ses

141 sea

175 ses

24 port

29 Feb

5

9

13

6

8

14

15

21

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

March

March

29 March

7

12

16

20

13

15

21

22

28

5

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

March

March

April

14

19

23

27

20

22

28

29

$

12

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

March April

April

21

26

30

3

27

29

4

5

11

19

Mar

Mar Mar

April

Mar

Mar

April

April

April

April

28

2

6

10

5

11

12

18

26

Mar

April

April

April

April

April

April

April

April

April

4

9

13

17

10

12

18

19

25

11

16

18

23

25

30

April April April April

April April April April

27

April April April

April April May May

April

April

April

April

April

May

20

24

/ 17

19

25

26

2

10

April

April

April

April

May

May

24

26

2

9

17

May

April

April

May

May

May

May

4

1

3

9

10

16

24

May

May

May

May

May

May

7

11

15

8

10

16

17

23

31

May May

May

May

May May

May

May

May

May

9

14

18

22

15

17

23

24

30

7

May

May

May

May

May May

May

May

May

June

16

21

25

29

22

24

30

31

6

14

May May

23

28

1

May May

May May

May

May

June

June

29

81

6

7

13

21

May May

June June

May

May

June

June

June

June

30

4

8

12

17

13

14

20

28

May June

11

June 15

June

June

June

June

June

June

June

19

12

14

20

21

27

5

June June June June June

June

June

June

June

July

13

18

                22 June June June

20

25

29

                       3 June June June July

26 June

19

21

27

28

4

12

June

June

June

June

July

Juig

26

28

5

11

19

June

June

July

July

July

July

266

Southampton to Alexandria.

2,951 Miles @ 10 Knots.

OUTWARD ROUTE.

Marseilles to Alexandria.

1,410 Miles (@ 1a Knots.

Suez to Bombay.

2.972 Miles @ 9 Knots.

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves

Leaver

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

South- Gibral-

Malta.

Alex- andria,

London.

Mar- seilles.

Alex- Audria.

Sues.

Aden.

Bombay.

ampion.

tar.

Saturday Thursday Monday

Friday

2 p.m.

9 a.m.

5 p.m

3 p.m.

Friday 8 p.m.

Sunday

Saturday

7 a.m.

4 &.m.

Sunday 8 p.m.

Saturday

noon

Sunday 7 p.m.

115 h. sea

98 ses

82 scs.

35 h. rail.

141 sea

138 h, sea 21 port

175 sea

8 port

12 port.

27

2

6

10

3

5

11

12

18

26

June

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

9

13

17

10

12

18

19

25

2

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

Aug

11

16

20

24

17

19

25

26

1

9

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

July

Aug

Aug

8

18

23

27

31

24

26

16

July

July

July

July

July

July

Aug

Aug

Ang

Aug

9

15

23

25

30

3

7

31

July

July

Ang

Aug

July

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

1

6

10

14

7

9

15

16

22

30

Aug

Aug Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

23

29

13

17

21

14

16

6

Aug

Aug Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Ang

Aug

Aug

Sept

15

20

24

28

21

23

29

30

5

13

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Ang

Aug

Aug

Aug

Sept

Sept

22

27

31

4

28

30

5

6

12

20

Aug

Aug

Aug

Sept

Aug

Aug

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

29

7

11

6

12

13

19

27

Aug

Sept

Sept Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

5

10

14

18

11

13

19

20

26

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Oct

12

17

21

25

18

20

26

27

3

11

Sept

Sept Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Oct

Oct

19

24

28

25

27

3

4

10

18

Sept Sept

Sept

Oct

Sept

Sept

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

28

1

5

9

2

10

11

17

25

Sept

Oct Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

8

12

16

9

11

17

18

24

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Nov

10

15

19

23

16

18

24

25

31

8

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Nov

17

22

26

30

23

25

31

1

7

15

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Nov

Nov

Nov

24

29

2

6

80

1

7

8

14

22

Oct

Oct

Nov

Nov

Oct

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

31

5

9

13

6

8

14

15

21

29

Oct

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

7

12

16

20

13

15

21

22

28

6

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Dec

14

19

23

27

20

22

28

29

5

13

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Dec

Deo

21

26

30

4

27

29

5

6

12

20

Nov

Nov

Nov

Dec

Nov

Nov

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

28

8

7

11

4

6

12

13

19

27

Nov

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

5

10

14

18

11

13

19

20

26

1869

Dec Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Deo

3 Jan

12

17

21

25

18

20

26

27

1869

Deo Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

2 Jan

10 Jan

19

24

28

1869

25

27

1869

1869

9

17

Dec Dec

Dec

1 Jan

Dec

Dec

2 Jan

3 Jan

Jan

Jan

26

91

1869

8

1869

Dec

Dec

4 Jan

Jan

1 Jan

1869 3 Jan

9

10

16

24

Jan

Jan

Jan

Jan

#

Suez to Calcutta. 4,757 Miles @ 9į Knots.

OUTWARD ROUTE.

267

H'kong to

Ceylon to Sydney. Bombay to Hongkong. Shanghai.

5,230 Miles in 561 Hours.

3,852 Miles @ 9} Knuts-

870 Milas @ M Knots.

Leaves

Arrives at

Leave

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves Arrives

King

Mrk- +

Rees. Aden. Ceylon. Madras. Calcutta. Cerion. George's bourne. Sydney. Bombay.

Ceylon. Singapore. H'kong. H'kong. Shanghet.

Sound.

Sunday Saturday | Turaday Saturday Wednend]Wedread Thursday Thursday Sunday

Friday

pm.

2 p.m. 1pm. 43.07. $.II. 11 p.m.11 p.m. 11 p.m.

5 p.

B000

Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday] Thursday

i1 p.m.

2 p.m.

9 p.m.

9 p.m.

Mendny

p.m.

139 b. sea

21 port

233

57 PA 12 port

61 nea

[360 h. rea] 144 von 21 port 1 & port

60 sea

De h. sea 35 port

130 sea 24 port

151 nea

92 . ses

15

21

31

4

8

27

1

15

16 20

Mar Mar Mar April April

Mar April April | April] April April

F1

29 4

14 18 22 15

30 7

10

10

15

22

20

30 4

Mar April April April April April April May May April April April April April May

12 18 28 2

                    6 April April April May May

26

12 16 20 13 28 4 April May May May May May May June June

10 16 26

30 3

May May May May June

24

29 April April May May May May

13

14

18

7

8

13

20

27

28

22

27

3

May May May May May June

11 16 May May June June June June

10

2

5

5

10

17

24

25

29

    24 30 9 13 17 10 25 May May June June June June June July July June June June June June | June

7 13 23 27 June June June June July

8

23 30

13

19 24 June June

8

9

July July July | July

3

15

22

23

27

21 27 7 11 15 June June July July July July July | July | Aug July July July July July July

5 11 21 25

29

17

22

29

5

July July July | July | July

July July July Aug

6 Aug Aug

10

19 25

8 12

5 20 27 30

31

5

12

July July Aug | Ang | Aug | Ang | Aug Aug Aug July Aug Aug

19 Aug

20 24 Aug Avg

8 18 22

26

14

19

26

Aug| Aug | Aug | Aug | Aug

7 Aug Aug Aug Sept Sept❘ Sept

3

A "

16 22 1

5

2 17 24

9

Aug Aug Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Aug Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept

27

28

2

9

16

17 21

30 5

            15 19 23 Aug Sept Sept | Sept | Sept|

11

16

23

30

1

5

Sept Sept Sept| Sept

Oct

Oct

13 17 21

Oct Oct

13 19 29 3

Sept Sept Sept| Oct | Oct |Sept Oct Oct Oct

     27 Sept Oct Oct

7 30 15 22 25

25 30 Sept❘ Sept

7 14 Oct Oct

15

19

Oct Oct

Oct

14 Oct

21 Oct

28 29 Ž Oct Oct Nor

11 17

27 31 4

28

12 19

22

23

Oct Oct Oct

Oct | Nov | Oct | Nov | Nov | Nov

Oct

28 Oct

Thursday

5

14. Nov Nov

Saturday Sunday

Triby

13

20.

Nov

Nov

    25 91 10 14 Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov

....

18

G

11

Nov

19 Nov Nov Nov

28

29

1 *

Nov

D.c

MONSOON ALLOWANCES-OUTWARD.

* On these trips the Packets are allowed Four days extra for the passage from Suez to Japan, and this

allowance is taken in the Table.

268

Suez to Calcutta. 4,757 Miles @ 94 Knots.

OUTWARD ROUTE.

Ceylon to Sydney.

6,230 Miles in 564 Hours.

H'kong to

Bombay to Hongkong. Shanghai

3,852 Miles @ 94 Knots.

870 Miles @9 Knots.

Los ves

Arrives at

LOTOS

Arrives at

Leave

Arrives at

Les vén

Arrives at

Buss.

Ades.

King

Mel- Ceylon. | Madras. Calcutta. Caylow. George's bourne. Sydney. Bombay.

Mings- Ceylon. pore. H'kong.

B'kong.

Shanghai.

Bound.

Bundry |Saturday Tuend ay Baturday, Wednesd Wednesd

#pm.

2 p.m.

11 p.m.

8.1.

11 p.

Thursday Thursday Sunday

11 p.m.

11 p..

$ p.m.

Friday

noon

Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday! Thursday

11 p.m.

2 p.

1 p.m.

9 p.m.

Monday $p.m.

130 h. ana] 24 port

225 sea

24 port

57 504 13 port

}200 h. sex]

24 port

144 sen #port

96 h. sen #port

110 100 14 port

161 006

02 5. A

8

14

24

Nov Nov

28 Nov | Nov | Dec

2

25

10

17 20

20

25

12 *

13

18 *

Nov

Dec

Dec

Dec

Nov

Nov

Dec

Dec

Dec

Deo

*****

***

......

1869

22 28 8 Nov Nov Dec

12 16

Dec

Dec

4

9

17

26*

27

1

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec Dec

Jan

*

A.

1869 1869 1869

1869 1869

6

12

            22 26 Dec Dec Dec Dec

30 23 7 14 Dec Dec Jan Jan

17

18

23

31

9 *

10

*15

Jan

Dec

Dec

Dec

Jan

Jan

Jan

1869 1869 1869

1869 1869

1869

20 26 5 Dec Dec Jan

9 13

Jan Jan

Jan

6 Jan Jan

14

23 *

24

29 *

Jan

Jan

Jan

....

1869

1869 | 1869

3 9 19 23 27

                       20 4 11 14 15 20 28 Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Jan Jan Jan

G*

7

12 *

Feb Feb Feb

Shan~hai to Yokohama.

1,120 Miles @ Knots.

Arrives at

Leaves

Yokohama

Shagnhai

Nagasaki

Monday

Tuesday 6 p.m.

Thursday

7pm.

MONSOON ALLOWANCES-OUTWARD.

* On these trips the Packets are allowed Four days extra for the passage from Suez to Japan, and this allow-

Leaves

Shanghai Nagasaki

Tuesday

Thursday

6 p.m.

7 p.m.

50 h. sea 12 port

8 a.m.

68 ses

ance is taken in the Table.

Shanghai to Yokohama. 1,120 Miles @ 9} Knots.

50 h. sea 12 port

Shanghai to Yokohama. 1,120 Miles @ 94 Knots,

Arrives at

Yokohama

Monday

$ &.m.

68 sea.

Arrives at

Leaves

Yokohama

Shanghai

Monday

3 a.m.

Tuesday $ p.m.

Nagasaki

Thurs day 7 p.m.

68 ses

50 h, sea 12 port

21

April

23 April

27

11

13

17

Saturday

Monday

Friday

April

Aug

Aug

Aug

21

23

27*

5

11

25

27

31

Nov

Nov

Nov

May

May

May

Aug

Aug

Aug

5

7

11*

19

21

25

10

14

Dec

Dec

Dec

May

May

May

Sept

Sept

Sept

19

21

25*

2

4

8

22

24

28

Dec

Dec

Dec

June

June

June

16

18

22

Sept❘ Sept

Sept

1869

1869

1860

12

2

4

8*

June June

June

Oct

Oct

Oct

Jan

Jan

Jan

30

2

6

20

22

26

16

18

22*

June July

July

Oct

Oct

Oct

Jan

Jan

Jan

14

16

20

3

5

9

30

1

5*

July

July

July

Nov

Nov

Nov

Jan

Feb

Feb

13

15

19*

28

30

July

July

Ang

Feb

Feb

Feb

MONSOON ALLOWANCES-OUTWARD.

* (m these trips the Packets are allowed Four days extra for the passage from Eues to Japan, and this

allowance is taken in the Table.

HOMEWARD ROUTE.

Yokohama to Shanghai. | Yokohama to Shanghai.

1,120 Miles @ 9) Knots.

Leaves

1,120 Miles @ 94 Knots.

209

Yokohama to Shanghai. 1,120 Miles @ 9} Knots.

Arrives at

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

Lesves

Yokohama Nagasaki

Friday 1a.m. leaving Thursday

Sunday

9 p.m.

shanghai

Wednesday 11 a.m.

Yokohama Nagasaki

Friday

Sunday

Shanghai

Wednesday

Yokohama

Nagasaki

Shanghai

1 a.m.

9 p.m.

11 a.m.

Friday 1a.m.

Sunday 9 p.m.

leaving

68 h. sea

50 sea

Thursday

88 h. ses

50 ses

Evening

12 port

Evening

12 port

leaving Thursday Evening

68 h sea 12 port

Wednesday 11 am.

50 sea

31

2

5

3

5

8

23

25

28

Jan

Feb

Feb

May

May

May

Aug

Aug

Aug

14

16

19

17

19

22

6

8

11

Feb

Feb

Feb

May

May

May

Sept

Sept

Sept

28

1

4

31

2

5

20

22

25

Feb

Mar

Mar

May

June

June

Sept

Sept

Sept

13

15

18

14

16

19

Friday

Sunday

Wednesday

Mar

Mar

Mar

June

June

June

9

11

14

27

29

1

28

30

3

Oct

Oct

Oct

Mar

Mar

April

June

June

July

23

25

28

10

12

15

12

14

17

Oct

Oct

Oct

April

April

April

July

July

July

6

8

11

Sunday

Tuesday

Friday

26

28

31

Nov

Nov

Nov

19

21

24

July

July

July

20

22

25

April

April

April

9

11

14

Nov

Nov

Nov

Aug

Aug

Aug

Shanghai to

H'kong.

870 Mls @ 9}Knts

Hongkong to Bombay.

9,852 Miles @ 9) Knots.

Sydney to Ceylon.

6,230 Miles in 518 Hours

Calcutta to

Suez.

4,757 Miles @ 94 Knots

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves.

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves

Shanghai Hongkong Hongkɔng, Engapore

Ceylon

Bombay

Sydney {Melbourne]

K. G. Bound

Ceylon

Cicuta Madras: C. lon

Aden

Thursday 11a.m.

Monday 7.M.

Wednesday Tuesday

7 A.M.

2 p.m.

Wednesday 3. th

Monday &&m.

Sunday

Tuesday

Tuesday

9 A.131.

4 p.m.

Tuesday 7 p.m.

7.1.

w.day Strday W-day | Strda y❘ Bday. 4p.m. 1a.m. [106 "EL

44.

92 h ses

151 h ses 159 sen 24 port | 24 port

96 sea

6

10

12

18

26

2

2

4

11

25

Feb

Feb

Feb

Feb

Feb

Mar Feb

Feb

Feb

Feb

20

24

26

11

16

Feb Feb Feb

Mar

Mar

Mar

5

9

11

17

Mar

Mar Mar

25 Mar Mar Mar

30

1

g

10

24

Mar

Mar

Mar

19 Mar

  25 23 Mar Mar

31

#

13

Mar April April

2

8

16

20

22

28

        6 April April April April April April Mar

                     6 April April April April May May

14

22

27

29

31

7

21

11

55 h ses 132 sea

22 port 24 port | 329 sea

19 22 26 7 14 Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar

11 21 28 Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar

18 21 25 4 11 Mar Mar Mar Mar Aprl Aprl

1 4

8 18 25 Aprl Aprl Aprl Aprl Aprl

15 18 22 2 9 Mar April April Aprl Aprl Aprl May May

6 16 23 Apr1 May May May May

81 h 57h.8.226 h.s

124 pt |24 pt. 24 pt.

138hs

29

270

Shanghai to

H'kong.

$70 Ml", @0} Knt.

HOMEWARD ROUTE.

Sydney to Ceylon.

5,230 Miles in 516 Hours.

Hongkong

to Bombay.

3,852 Miles @ 9; Knots

Calcutta to

Suez.

4,757 Mues @ 9} Knota.

Leaves Arrivos at:

Lesvos

Arrives at

Leave

Arrives at

Leave

Arrives at

-

Shanghai., Hongkong | Hongking Singapore

Ceylon

Bombay

Sydney. Melbourne.)

K. G Sound

Taralay Moulay

alm.

7.15.

Weinrad.

7 a, 221.

Tu-vilay

1 p.m.

Wednesd S4.Tu

Monday Sm.

Sunday B. 21.

Tuesday 4. J. nt.

151 h.sea 156 sea

192 b. seal

Saturday Weduraday,

96 sea

21 port

24 port

Tuesday 24.m.

55 h. sen! 132 ses 2. port 24 port

23

20

Friday

1

Frklay

8

Malay 15

Saturday 44

Friday 24

Sunday Sunday

26

3

April April May

May

Buek.

W day Sted ay W day Strday. Strday

p.m... 10a.m.4.2

74.m

sti 857 h 225 h${129h3

21 pt 21 ptzipti

11 14 18 30 6*

May | May | April | April | May May biay May May May Jne

Cry lon

CT mira Xadras Ceylon. A des

Tuering * 1.

329 sea

Sunday 17

M* day Thrday (M'day

9

13

15

22

6

May

May May

May June

June

25 28 1 13 20*

May May Jne Jne Jne

23

27

29

5

May

May

May

June

15 20 June June

A

6

10

12

June June

June

19 June

29

4.

June July

20 June

24

26

3

13

18

19

21

28

June June July

22 24 31

8 11 15 27 4* May May May June Jne Jne Jne | Jne July

22 25 29 11 18* Jne Jne Jue July July

6 9 13 25 1* July July June June June July July July July July Aug

14

12

4

8

10

17

27

1

July

July

July

July

July

Aug

20 23 27 8 15* July July July Aug Aug

18

22

24

31

10

15

177

19

26

July

July July

July Aug

20*

3 6 10 | 22 Aug July July July Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug Aug

9

1

Aug

Aug

Aug

14 Aug

24

29

Aug Aug

17 20 24 5 12* Aug Aug Aug Sept Sept

15

19

21

28

29

2

Aug Aug Aug

Ang Sept Sept Sept

Sept Sept Sept

Aug

7 12 Sept Sept Aug

14

16 Aug

23

11

21

26

12

16

18

25

5

10

11

13

20

4

28 1

Sept Sept Sept Sept

Oct Oct Sept Sept❘ Sept

26

30

2

Sept Sept Oct Oct

19 Oct

24

Oct

Thursday

15

Monday Wednesday Tuesday

19 21

27

Wednesday

4

Oct Oct Oct Oct

Nov

29

2

4

10

18

23

11 14 18

5

Oct

Nov Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov Nov Nov Nov | Dec

12

16 Nov Nov Nov Nov

18

24

2

7

10

17

25 28 2

12 19

Dec

Dec Nov Nov Nor

Dec Nov Nov Dec Dec' Dec

+

26 30

2 Nov Nov Dec Dec

8

16

Dec

21 Dec

9 12 16 26

1869 2

Dec Dec Dec Dec|Jan

6 31 3 7 19 26* Aug Sept Aug Sept Sept Sept Sept

Monday Sunday Tuesday Tuesday

li 13 20 Nov Oct Oct Oct

10*

Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct

17

24*

Oct Sept Oct| Oct | Oct | Oct

Tuesday

3

12 15 19 31 7* Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov

W. day | Strday; W-day

28

31 4

14 21

འཕྱོ་ཚ༅།།ཡརྩི་གླཎྜ་ཨཛྲ་དྷ

Nov Oct Oct Nov]Nov Nov

14 17 21

MONEOON ALLOWANCES

        * On these trips, Four days extrs are allowed for the Bombay and Buez packet, which are taken in the table. Eight daya extra are allowed for the Hongkong and Caleitis and Suez packets, but as Five days only are taken in the Table, the arrivals at Marseilles and Southampton may be Three days later than the dates set down.

Bombay to Suez. 2,972 Miles @ 9} Knots.

HOMEWARD BOUTE,

Alexandria to

Marseilles. 1,410 Miles @ 10 Knots.

Alexandria

to Southampton. 2,951 Miles @ 10 Knots.

271

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

Bombay.

Aden.

Suez.

Alexandria Marseilles

London

Alexandria. Malta

Gibral-South-

tar ampton,

Saturday

Saturday

10 a.m.

5 p.m.

Saturday 11 a.m.

Sunday

Saturday

noon

9 a.m.

Sunday 8 p.m.

Sunday 4 p.m.

Th'raday Monday Saturday

2 a.m.

4 p.m.

5. pm.

175 h. sea

82 h. ses

98 sea

21 port

139 h. sea

141 h. ses

35 h. rail

115 800

12 port

8 port

a2ནྟཱལྐོཌཎྷདྷཨཀཽཏྭཾཡཏྟིསདྡྷིཤྩ དྷིམྨཱ ཏནྣཱ 11གིཀྑཱུ,

29

7

14

15

21

00

15

19

23

28

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

14

21

99

28

29

22

26

30 4

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar

Mar Mar

Mar | April

April

21

28

00

4

5

29

6

Mar

Mar

Mar

April

April

Mar

28

4

5

11

12

5

April April April

13

Mar

April

April

April

April

April

4

11

12

18

19

12

April April April

16

April

April

April

April

April

April

April April April

11

18

19

25

26

19

April

April

April

April

April

April

23 27 April April May

2

18

25

26

2

3

26

30

4

9

April

April

April

May

25

3

May

May

April

April May May

10

3

11 16

April

May

May

May

May

May

May May

May

9

10

16

17

10

14 18 23

May

May

May

May

May

May

9

16

17

23

24

17

May May

21 25 30

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

May May May

16

23

24

30

31

24

28

1

May 23

May

May

May

30*

31

6*

May

May

May June June

31

4

13

May

May

May

June

June

May

30

6*

13*

14

7

May

26

May

May

June

June

June

June

June

6

13*

14

20*

21

14

18

June

June

June

June

June

June

2

13

20*

21

27*

23

21

June

June

June

June

June

June

June

11 June June' June

27 June June June 25 29 4 June June July

June June Jume

15 20

9

20

27*

28

4*

5

28

2

6

11

June

June

June

June

July

July

June

July July July

16

27

4*

5

11*

12

5

9

13

18

June

June

July

July

July

July

July July July July

23

4

11*

12

18*

19

12

16 20

25

June

July

July

July

July

July

July

July July

July

30

11

18*

19

25

26

19

23

27

1

June

July

July July

July

7

18

25*

26

1*

July

July

July July

Aug

26

30 3

8 #

July

July

July July

Aug

Aug

July

July | Aug |

Aug

14

25

1*

2

July

July

Aug

Aug

21

1

8*

9

July

Aug

Aug

Aug

MONSOON ALLOWANCES.

10

Aug Aug Aug

13 17 22

Aug Aug Aug

* On these trips Four days extra are allowed for the Bombay and Suez packets, which are taken in the table, Eight days extra are allowed for the Hongkong and Calcutta and Suez packets, but as Five days only are taken in the Table, the arrivals at Marseiller and Southampton may be Three days later than the dates set down,

8*

9

15

Ang

Aug

Aug

15*

16

9

Aug

Aug

Aug

272

Bombay to Suez.

2,972 Miles @ 9} Knots.

HOMEWARD ROUTE.

Alexandria to

Marseilles.

1,410 Miles @ 10 Knots.

Alexandria

to Southampton. 2,961 Miles @ 10 Knots,

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives at

Leaves

Arrives a

Bombay.

Aden.

Sues.

Alex- andria.

Marseilles.

London.

Alex- andria.

Malta.

Gibral. South-

tar. ampton.

Saturday

Saturday

10 a.m.

5 p.m.

Saturday

11 a.m.

Sunday

noon

Saturday 9 a.m.

Sunday 8 p.m.

Sunday Thursday Monday Saturday

4 p.m.

2 a.m.

4 p.m.

5 p.m.

175 b. ses

82 h. sea

98 sea

138 h. ses

141 b. ses

95 b. rail

24

port

12 port

115 ses

8 port

ཨཱཙྪིནྣཱ ཀྲྀཀྐ ཀཽསྐ ཛཱི 1 ཀཽཀ ཀྲྀངྒཱ བྷིཀྑུ ཏཱཾ 1a 2 ཙོཀྐ3དྷརྨཱ དྡྷིཙྪི 2ཐཎྞ72ཀཚོམསཽཎྜི

8

15*

16

22*

23

16

20

24

29

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

15

22*

23

29*

30

23

Aug

Aug

22

29*

Aug

Aug

Aug

Aug

5*

6

30

3

Aug

Aug

Aug

Sept

Sept

29

5*

12*

13

Aug

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

5

12

13

19*

20

13

Aug Aug 27 31 Aug Ang

Aug Sept Sept

10 14

Sept Sept Sept 17 21 26

Aug

5 *

Sept

7

12

Sept

19

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept Sept Sept

Sept

12

19*

20

26*

27

20 24 28

Sept.

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept

Sept Sept❘ Sept

Sept

Oct

19

26

27

3*

4

27

5

10

Sept

Sept

Sept

Oct

Oct

Sept

Oct Oct

Oct

26

3*

4

10*

11

8

12

17

Sept

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

3

10*

11

17*

18

11

15

19

24

Oct 10

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

17*

18

24*

25

18

22

26

31

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

Oct

17 Oct

24*

25

31*

1

25

29

2

7

Oct

Oct

Oct

Nov

Oct

Oct

Nov

Nov

24 Oct

31*

1

7*

8

1

5

9

14

Oct

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nor

Nov

31

7*

8

14*

15

8

12

16

21 #

Oct

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov Nov

Nor

7

14

15

21

22

15

19 23

28

Saturday

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov Nov

Nov

14

21

22

28

29

22

26 30

5

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nov

Nor

Dec

21

28

29

5

6

29

3

7

12

Νον

Nov

Nov

Dec

Dec

Νον

Dec

Dec

Dec

28

5

6

12

13

6

10

14 19

E

Nov

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec Dec

Dec Dec

5

12

13

19

20

13

17

21

26

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

12

19

20

26

27

20

24

28

1869

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Dec

Jan

19

26

27

1869

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3 Jan

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26

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10

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9

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MONSOON ALLOWANCES.

       • On these trips, Four days extra are allowed for the Bombay and Suez packets, which are taken in the table. Eight days extra are allowed for the Hongkong and Calcutts and Suez packets, but as Five days only are taken in the Table, the arrivals at Marseilles and Southampton may be Three days later than the dates set down.

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APPENDIX.

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Order of Her Majesty the Queen in Council for the Government of Her Majesty's Subjects

in China and Japan.

At the Court at Windsor.

the 9th day of March, 1865. PRESENT:

The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

WHEREAS an Act of Parliament was passed in the Session of the Preamble, sixth and seventh years of Her Majesty's reign (chapter eighty) "for 6 & 7 Vict. 80. the better government of Her Majesty's subjects resorting to China":

     And whereas by that Act it was enacted (among other things) that it should be lawful for Her Majesty, by any Order or Orders made with the advice of Her Privy Council, to ordain for the government of Her Majesty's subjects being within the dominions of the Emperor of China, or being within any ship or vessel at a distance of not more than one hundred miles from the coast of China, any law or ordinance which to Her Majesty in Council might seem meet, as fully and effec- tually as any such law or ordinance could be made by Her Majesty in Council for the government of Her Majesty's subjects being within Her Majesty's Island of Hongkong:

And whereas another Act of Parliament was passed in the same 6 & 7 Viet e 90, Session (chapter ninety-four) "to remove doubts as to the exercise of power and jurisdiction by Her Majesty within divers countries and places out of Her Majesty's dominions and to render the same more effectual" (to which Act the expression The Foreign Jurisdiction Act when hereafter used in this Order refers) :

     And whereas by The Foreign Jurisdiction Act it was enacted (among other things) that it was and should be lawful for Her Majesty to hold exercise and enjoy any power or jurisdiction which Her Majesty then had or might at any time thereafter have within any country or place out of Her Majesty's dominions, in the same and as ample a manner as if Her Majesty had acquired such power or jurisdiction by the cession or conquest of territory:

And whereas Her Majesty has had and now has power and juris- diction in the dominions of the Emperor of China and in the dominions of the Tycoon of Japan:

     And whereas Her Majesty was pleased from time to time, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, by Orders in Council of the

Short Title.

Laterpretation.

ORDER IN COUNCIL.

several dates in the Schedule to this Order specified, to ordain laws and ordinances for the better government of Her Majesty's subjects being within the dominions of the Emperor of China, or being within certain ships or vessels at a distance of not more than one hundred miles from the coast of China, and to make provision for the exercise of Her Majes- ty's power and jurisdiction aforesaid in the dominions of the Emperor of China and of the Tycoon of Japan respectively:

And whereas it has seemed to Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to be expedient at the present time to revise the provisions of the said Orders, and to ordain further and other laws and ordinances for the better government of Her Majesty's subjects being within the dominions of the Emperor of China, or being within such ships or vessels as aforesaid, and to make further and other provision for the due exercise of Her Majesty's power and jurisdiction aforesaid and particularly for the more regular and efficient administration of justice among Her Majesty's subjects resident in or resorting to the dominions of the Emperor of China or of the Tycoon of Japan :

And whereas, under the authority of provisions in this behalf in the first-recited Act contained, ordinances for the peace, order, and good government of Her Majesty's subjects being within the dominions of the Emperor of China, or being within certain ships or vessels at a distance of not more than one hundred miles from the coast of China, have been from time to time made by the Superintendent of the Trade of Her Ma- jesty's subjects in China (such Superintendent being also the Governor of Hongkong), with the advice of the Legislative Council of Hongkong, which ordinances are known as Cousular Ordinance:

And whereas such of those Consular Ordinances as are described in the Schedule to this Order are now in force, wholly or in part, but they are liable to repeal by order of Her Majesty in Council, and it is expe- dient that they be repealed, such of their provisions as are not intended to be abrogated being consolidated with this Order:

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by virtue of the powers in this behalf by the first-recited Act and The Foreign Jurisdiction Act, or either of them, or otherwise, in Her vested, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to order, and it is hereby ordered, as follows:

1.-PRELIMINARY.

1. This Order may be cited as The China and Japan Order in Council, 1865.

2. In this Order-

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The term China" means the dominions of the Emperor of

China:

The term "Japan" means the dominions of the Tycoon of

Japan :

The term "Minister means the superior diplomatic represen- tative of Her Majesty for the time being, whether Am- bassador, Envoy, Minister Plenipotentiary, or Chargé d'Affaires :

The term "Chief Superintendent of Trade" means the Superin- tendent of the trade of Her Majesty's subjects in China for the time being or any person for the time being authorized to act as such:

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The term "Consular Officer includes every officer in Her Ma- jesty's Consular Service, whether Consul-General, Consul, Vice-Consul, or Cousular Agent, or person authorized to act in any such capacity in China or in Japan:

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The term "British vessel" includes every vessel being a British ship within the meaning of The Merchant Shipping Act, 1854, or any other Act of Parliament for the time being in force for the regulation of merchant shipping,-and any vessel owned wholly or in part by any person entitled to be the owner of a British ship in the sense aforesaid,-and any vessel provided with sailing-letters from the Governor or Officer administering the Government of Hougkong, or from the Chief Superintendent of Trade :

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The term "f Treaty includes Convention and any Agreement, Regulations, Rules, Articles, Tariff, or other instrument an- nexed to a Treaty or agreed on in pursuance of any stipu lation thereof:

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The term month means calendar month:

Words importing the plural or the singular may be construed as

referring to one person or thing, or more than one person or thing, and words importing the masculine as referring to females (as the case may require).

3. The provisions of this Order relating to British subjects apply to British subjects, all subjects of Her Majesty, whether by birth or by naturalization.

     The provisions of this Order relating to foreigners apply to sub- Foreigners. jects of the Emperor of China and of the Tycoon of Japan respectively aud subjects or citizens of any State other than China or Japan (not being enemies of Her Majesty).

II. GENERAL PROVISIONS Respecting Her MAJESTY'S JURISDICTION.

exercised sccording

4. All Her Majesty's jurisdiction exerciseable in China or in Her Majesty's Japan for the judicial hearing and determination of matters in difference jurisdictions to ha between British subjects, or between foreigners and British subjects,-or to this Order. for the administration or control of the property or persons of British subjects, or for the repression or punishment of crimes or offences com- mitted by British subjects,- --or for the maintenance of order among Bri- tish subjects,-shall be exercised under and according to the provisions of this Order, and not otherwise.

administerød.

     5. Subject to the other provisions of this Order, the civil and cri- Law of England to be minal jurisdiction aforesaid shall, as far as circumstances admit, be exercised upon the principles of and in conformity with the Common Law, the Rules of Equity, the Statute Law, and other Law for the time being in force in and for England, and with the powers vested in and accord- ing to the course of procedure and practice observed by and before Courts of Justice and Justices of the Peace in England, according to their respective jurisdictions and authorities.

6. Except as to offences made or declared such by this Order, or by What to be deemed any Regulation or Rule made under it.-

     Any act other than an act that would by a Court or Justice having criminal jurisdiction in England be deemed a crime or offence making the person doing such act liable to punishment in England shall not, in the exercise of criminal jurisdiction under this Order, be deemed a crime or offence making the person doing such act liable to punishment.

III-CONSTITUtion of Hek Majesty's Courts.

1.-The Supreme Court at Shanghai.

criminal acta,

7. There shall be a Court styled Her Britannic Majesty's Supreme style and seal of Court for China and Japan.

The Supreme Court shall have a scal bearing its style and such

Supreme Court,

Place of sitting.

Judge. Appointment,

Qualification.

Deputy of Judge,

Acting Judge.

     Assistant Judge, Law Secretary, Officers, and Clerks.

     Appointment of Assistant Judge.

Duties of Assistant Judge in civil cases.

In criminal cases.

Acting Assistant Judge.

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device as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State from time to time directs.

8. The Supreme Court shall hold its ordinary sitting at Shanghai, or on emergency, at any other place within the district of the Consulate of Shanghai; but may at any time transfer its ordinary sittings to any such place in China as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State or Her Majesty's Minister in China approves.

9. There shall be one Judge of the Supreme Court.

He shall be appointed by Her Majesty, by warrant under Her Royal sign manual.

He shall be a subject of Her Majesty (by birth or naturalizatiou) who at the time of his appointment is a member of the bar of England, Scotland, or Ireland, of not less than seven years' standing, or has filled the office of Assistant Judge or Law Secretary in the Supreme Court, or the office of Judge or Legal Vice-Consul or Law Secretary in Her Majesty's Consular Service.

10. The Judge may, from time to time, in case of his absence or intended absence from the district of the Consulate of Shanghai, either in the discharge of his duty or with permission of one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, or in case of illness, appoint, by writing under his hand and the seal of the Supreme Court, a fit person to be his deputy for the time therein mentioned; but every such appointment shall be revocable, at pleasure, by the Judge, by writing under his hand and the seal of the Supreme Court.

The person so appointed shall, during the continuance of his ap- pointment, have all the like power and authority as the Judge.

11. During a vacancy in the office of Judge, or on emergency, a fit person, approved by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State or (in the absence of notice to Her Majesty's Minister in China of any such approval) by Her Majesty's Minister in China, may temporarily be and act as Acting Judge, with all the powers and authority of the Judge.

12. There shall be attached to the Supreme Court-

(1.) An Assistant Judge.

(2.) A Law Secretary.

(3.) So many officers and clerks as one of Her Majesty's Prin-

cipal Secretaries of State from time to time thinks fit. 13 The Assistant Judge shall be appointed by Her Majesty, by warrant under Her Royal sign manual.

14. The Assistant Judge shall hear and determine such matters and questions arising in suits and proceedings of a civil nature originally in- stituted in the Supreme Court as are from time to time specially referred to him by the Judge; but in every such case any party to the suit or proceeding shall be entitled as of course, to a re-hearing before the Judge. 15. The Assistant Judge shall hear and determine in a summary way such criminal charges originally brought before the Supreme Court as may be lawfully so heard and determined, and as are from time to time referred to him by the Judge.

16. In case of the absence or illness of the Assistant Judge, or dur- ing a vacancy in the office of Assistant Judge, or during the temporary employment of the Assistant Judge in any other capacity, or on emer- gency, the Judge may, by writing under his hand and the seal of the Supreme Court, appoint the Law Secretary, or any fit person approved by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, or by Her Ma- jesty's Minister in China, to act as Assistant Judge for the time therein mentioned; but every such appointment shall be revocable, at pleasure,

H. B. M. SUBJECTS IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

by the Judge, by writing under his hand and the seal of the Supreme Court-

The Law Secretary, or other person so appointed, shall, during the continuance of his appointment, have all the power and authority of the Assistant Judge.

17. The Law Secretary shall be appointed by Her Majesty by war- Appointment ef rant under Her Royal sign manual.

18. The Law Secretary shall be the Registrar of the Court.

Law Secretary,

Law Secretary to be Registrar.

in civil cases,

19. The Law Secretary shall hear and determine such matters and Duties of Law Secretary questions arising in suits and proceedings of a civil nature originally instituted in the Supreme Court as the Judge from time to time for the despatch of urgent business thinks fit to refer specially to him; but in every such case any party to the suit or proceedings shall be entitled, as of course, to a re-licaringbefore the Judge.

20. The Law Secretary shall discharge such duties in connexion In criminal prosentions with the conduct of criminal prosecutions as the Judge from time to time

directs.

21. The Law Secretary shall hear and determine in a summary to hearing criminal way such criminal charges originally brought before the Supreme Court cases,

as may be lawfully so heard and determined, and as the Judge from time

to time for the despatch of urgent business thinks fit to refer specially to

him.

22. In case of the absence or illness of the Law Secretary, or dur- Acting Law Secretary, ing a vacancy in the office of Law Secretary, or during the temporary employment of the Law Secretary in any other capacity, or on emergency the Judge may, by writing under his hand and the seal of the Supreme Court, appoint any fit person approved by one of Her Majesty's Princi- pal Secretaries of State, or by Her Majesty's Minister in China, to act as Law Secretary for the time therein mentioned; but every such appointment shall be revocable, at pleasure, by the Judge, by writing under his hand and the seal of the Supreme Court.

     The person so appointed shall, during the continuance of his appointment, have all the power and authority of the Law Secretary

and Law Secretary.

23. The Judge, Assistant Judge, and Law Secretary shall hold office Tenure of office of during the pleasure of Her Majesty, but any warrant of appointment to Judge, Assistant Judge, the office of Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary shall not be vacated by reason only of a demise of the Crown.

In case at any time Her Majesty thinks fit by warrant under Her Royal sign manual to revoke the warrant appointing any person to be Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary, or while there is a Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary in office, thinks fit by warrant under Her Royal sign manual to appoint another person to be Judge, Assist- ant Judge, or Law Secretary (as the case may be),-then and in every such case, until the warrant of revocation or of new appointment is notified by Her Majesty's Minister in China to the person holding office, all powers and authorities vested in that person shall continue and be deemed to have continued in as full force,-and he shall continue and be deemed to have continued entitled to all the privileges and emolu- ments of the office as fully,-and all things done by him shall be and be deemed to have been as valid in law,- -as if such warrant of revo- cation or new appointment had not been made.

     24. One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State may, and Consular officera Her Majesty's Ministers in China and Japan respectively, with the temporarily attached, approval of the Judge of the Supreme Court in each instance first obtained,

Provincial Courts to be

held by Consuls or Vice. Consuls (commissioned}; or by Acting Consuls or Vice-Consuls.

Beal.

Qualifications of jurors.

Bremptions.

Making of jury list.

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may from time to time temporarily attach to the Supreme Court any persons holding appointments as Consuls or Vice-Consuls.

Every person so attached shall discharge such duties in connexion with the Court as the Judge from time to time, with the approval of one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, directs, and shall have the like power and authority as the Assistant Judge or Law Secretary has, according as in each case the nature of the duties directed to be discharged by the person so attached may require.

II.-The Provincial Courts.

25. Each of Her Majesty's Consuls-General, Consuls, and Vice- Consuls (holding a commission as such from Her Majesty) resident in China or in Japan (with the exception of Her Majesty's Consul at Shanghai, and with such other exceptions as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State at any time thinks fit to make),--or any person acting temporarily, with the approval of one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State or of Her Majesty's Minister in China or in Japan, as and for a Consul-General, Consul, or Vice-Consul, so com- missioned as aforesaid,-shall for and in his own Consular district, hold and form a Court styled Her Britannic Majesty's Court at [Canton, or as the case may be],-hereafter in this Order called a Provincial Court.

Each Provincial Court shall have a seal bearing its style and such device as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State from time to time directs.

IV.-JURIES. ASSESSORS.

26. Every male British subject resident in China or in Japan,- being of the age of 21 years or upwards,-being able to speak and read English, having or earning a gross income at the rate of not less than 250 dollars a year,-not having been attainted of treason or felony, or convicted of any crime that is infamous (unless he has obtained a free pardon), and not being under outlawry,-shall be qualified to serve on a jury.

27. All persons so qualified shall be liable so to serve, except the following:-

Persons in Her Majesty's Diplomatic, Consular, or other Civil

service in actual employment;

Officers, clerks, keepers of prisons, messengers, and other persons attached to or in the service of any of Her Majesty's Courts; Officers and others on full pay in Her Majesty's Navy or Army, or in actual employment in the service of any Department con- nected therewith;

Persons holding appointments in the Civil service, and Commis- sioned Officers in the Naval or Military service, of the Emperor of China or of the Tycoon of Japan ;

Clergymen and ininisters in the actual discharge of professional

duties;

Advocates and attorneys in actual practice;

Physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries in actual practice;

And except persons disabled by mental or bodily infirmity.

28. On or before the 14th day of September, in the year 1865, and on or before the 14th day of January in every subsequent year, each Court shall make out a list of the persons so qualified and liable, resident within its district.

The list shall, on or before the 21st day of the same respective month, be affixed in some conspicuous place in the Court, and shall be

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there exhibited until the end of that month, with a notice annexed that on a day specified, not being sooner than the 7th or later than the 14th day of the then next month, the Court will hold a special sitting for the revision of the list.

     The Court shall hold such special sitting accordingly, and at such sitting, or at some adjournment thereof (of which public notice shall be given), shall revise the list by striking out the name of any person ap- pearing to be not qualified or not liable to serve, and by inserting the name of any person omitted and appearing to be so qualified and lia- ble, either on the application of the person omitted, or on such notice to him as the Court think fit.

     The list shall be finally revised and settled not later than the 21st day of October in the year 1865, and not later than the 21st day of February in every subsequent year, and when settled shall be affixed in some conspicuous place in the Court, and be there exhibited during not

less than two months.

     Such list, as settled, shall be brought into use in the year 1865, on the 1st day of November, and in every subsequent year on the 1st day of March, and in every case shall be used as the Jury List of the Court until the 1st day of March next after the time of its being brought

into use.

     29. Where, in pursuance of this Order, a jury is ordered, the Court Summoning and shall summon so many of the persons comprised in the jury list, not attendance of jurors. fewer than fifteen, as seem requisite.

Any person failing to attend according to such summons shall be Penalty. liable to such fine, not exceeding 50 dollars, as the Court thinks fit to impose.

     Any such fine shall not be levied until after the expiration of 14 days. The proper officer of the Court shall forthwith give to the per- son fined notice in writing of the imposition of the fine, and require him within six days after receipt of the notice to file an affidavit excusing his non-attendance (if he desires to do so:) The Court shall consider the affidavit, and may, if it seems proper, remit the fine.

30. A jury shall consist of five jurors.

     31. In civil and in criminal cases the like challenges shall be allowed as in England, with this addition,-that in civil cases each party may challenge three jurors peremptorily.

Number of jury.

Challenges,

Unanimity.

Court, -Assessors ;

32. A jury shall be required to give an unanimous verdict. 33. Where a Provincial Court proceeds, iu pursuance of this Provincial Consular Order, to hear and determine any case, civil or criminal, with Assessors, their number; the Court shall nominate and summon as Assessors not less than two qualifications; and not more than four indifferent British subjects of good repute, resident in the district of the Court.

     Where, however, by reason of local circumstances, the Court is able to obtain the presence of one fit person only as Assessor, the Court may sit with him alone as Assessor; and where for like reasons the Court is not able to obtain the presence of any fit person as Assessor, the Court may (notwithstanding anything in this Order) sit without an Assessor; but in every such case the Court shall record in the minutes of proceedings its reasons for sitting with one Assessor only, or without an Assessor.

34. An Assessor shall not have voice or vote in the decision and functions. of the Court in any case, civil or criminal; but au Assessor dissenting in a civil case from any decision of the Court, or in a criminal case from any decision of the Court or the conviction or the amount of punishment awarded, may record in the minutes of proceedings his

Ordinary original

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Supreme Court.

Jurisdiction of

Provincial Court

     Concurrent jurisdiction. of Supreme with Provincial Courts.

      Visita to Provincial L'ourts.

      Reference of case by Provincial to Supreme Court.

Courts of Record.

      Barristers, aftorneys, and solicitors.

Consul at Shangbai to be Sheriff.

      Execution by Provincial of writs, &e, from

Supreme Court.

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dissent and the grounds thereof; and an Assessor dissenting shall be entitled to receive gratis a certified copy of the minutes.

V.-JURISDICTION AND AUTHORITIES OF HER MAJESTY's Courts.

I-In General.

35. All Her Majesty's jurisdiction, civil and criminal, exercise- able in China, shall, for and within the district of the Consulate of Shanghai, be vested exclusively in the Supreme Court as its ordinary original jurisdictions.

36. All Her Majesty's jurisdiction, civil and criminal, exerciseable in China, beyond the district of the Consulate of Shanghai and not under this Order vested exclusively in the Supreme Court,-and all Her Majesty's jurisdiction, civil and criminal, exerciscable in Japan and not under this Order vested exclusively in the Supreme Court, shall, to the extent and in the manner provided by this Order, be vested in the Provincial Courts each for and within its own district.

37. The Supreme Court shall have, in all matters civil and cri- minal, an extraordinary original jurisdiction throughout China and Japau concurrent with the jurisdiction of the several Provincial Courts, such extraordinary jurisdiction to be exercised subject and acording to the provisions of this Order.

38. The Judge of the Supreme Court may, from time to time, visit in a magisterial or judicial capacity any Provincial Court, and there inquire of, or hear and determine, any case, civil or criminal, pending in that Court, or arising within its district,-or, from time to time, may appoint the Assistant Judge or the Law Secretary of the Supreme Court to visit in the like capacity and for the like purpose any Pro-

vincial Court

39. A Provincial Court may, of its own motion, or on the appli- cation of any person concerned, report to the Supreme Court the pen- dency of any case, civil or criminal, which appears to the Provincial Court fit to be heard and determined by the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court shall thereupon direct in what mode and where the case shall be heard and determined, and (notwithstanding anything in this Order) the same shall be so heard and detemined accordingly. 40. Every Court shall, in the exercise of every part of its respee tive jurisdiction, be a Court of Record.

41. The Judge of the Supreme Court may from time to time admit fit persons to practice in the Supreme Court as barristers, attor- neys, and solicitors, or in any of those capacities.

The Judge of the Supreme Court may from time to time, subject to the approval of one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, make Rules for regulating the admission of persons to practice as afore- said in Provincial Courts.

42. Her Majesty's Consul at Shanghai shall have all the powers and authorities of the Sheriff of a county in England, with all the pri- vileges and inmunities of the office, and as such Sheriff shall be charged with the execution of all decrees, orders, and sentences made and passed by the Supreme Court, on the requisition in that behalf of the Supreme Court.

43. Each Provincial Court shall execute any writ, order, or war- rant issuing from the Supreme Court and directed to the Provincial Court:-and may take security from any person named therein for his appearance personally or by attorney, according to the writ, order, or warrant ;-or may cause such person to be taken, in custody or other-

H. B. M. SUBJECTS IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

   wise, to the Supreme Court, or elsewhere in China or Japan, according to the writ, order, or warrant.

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from Hongkong.

44. Any of Her Majesty's Courts in China or in Japan may Execution of writs, &8., execute any writ, order, or warrant issuing from the Supreme Court of Hongkong, and accompanied by a request for such execution in writing under the seal of that Court ;-and may take security from any person named in any such writ, order, or warrant for his appearance personally or by attorney at Hongkong;-or may cause any such person to be taken in custody or otherwise, to Hongkong, according to the wit, order, or

warrant.

Officer.

     45. Any of Her Majesty's Judicial or Consular Officers shall not Protection of Consular be liable to action for the escape of any person taken under any writ, order, or warrant of the Supreme Court of Hongkong.

     46. Her Majesty's several Courts in China and Japan shall be Courts to be auxiliary, auxiliary to one another in all particulars relative to the administration

of justice, civil or criminal.

     47. Each Provincial Court shall every six months furnish to the Report by Provincial Supreme Court for China and Japan a report respecting every case, civil to Supreme Court. and criminal, brought before it, in such form as the Judge of the Supreme Court from time to time directs.

I-In Civil Matters.

RECONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION,

48. Every Court may promote reconciliation, and encourage and settlement of litigation, facilitate the settlement in an amicable way of any suit or proceeding

pending before it.

49. A Court may, with the consent of the parties, refer to arbitra- Reference to arbitration tion the final determination of any suit or proceeding pending before it, by Court.

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or of all matters in difference between the parties on such terms and with such directions as to appointment of an arbitrator and other things as may seem fit, and may, if it thinks fit, take from the parties, or any of them, security to abide by the result of the reference.

    In any such case the award shall be final and conclusive. On the application of any party a decree of the Court may be entered in conformity with the award and such decree shall not be open to any appeal or re-hearing whatever.

made rule of Court.

     50. Every agreement for reference to arbitration or submission to Reference to arbitration arbitration by consent may, on the application of any party be made a rule of a Court having jurisdiction in the matter of the reference or sub- mission, which Court shall thereupon have power and authority to enforce the agreement or submission and the award made thereunder, and to control and regulate the proceedings before and after the award in such manner and on such ternis as may be just.

General Authorities of Courts.

51. The Supreme and every other Court shall be a Court of Law Law and Equity, and of Equity.

Special Authorities of Court,

     52. The Supreme and every other Court shall be a Court of Bank- Bankrupety, ruptcy, and as such shall, as far as circumstances admit, have, (as to a Provincial Court, for and within its own district), with respect to British subjects and to their debtors and creditors being either British subjects or foreigners submitting to the jurisdiction of the Court, all such juris- diction as for the time being belongs to the Court of Bankruptcy and the

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Coroner.

Admiralty.

Lunacy.

Matrimonial Causes.

Probate and Administration.

Testamentary papers to be deposited in Court.

Penalty.

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County Courts in England, or to any other judicial authority having for the time being jurisdiction in Bankruptcy in England.

53. The Supreme and every other Court shall (as to a Provincial Court, for and within its own district) have and discharge all the powers rights, and duties appertaining to the office of Coroner in England,- summoning when necessary a jury of not less than three persons com- prised in the Jury List of the Court.

Any person failing to attend according to such summons shall be liable to the like fine, to be levied in the like manner, as in this Order provided with reference to juries in civil and criminal proceedings.

54. The Supreme Court shall be a Vice-Admiralty Court, and as such shall, for and within China and Japan, and for vessels and persons coming to and within China or Japan, have all such jurisdiction as for the time being ordinarily belongs to Vice-Admiralty Courts in Her Majesty's possessions abroad.

55. The Supreme Court shall, as far as circumstances admit, have in itself exclusively, for and within China and Japan, with respect to British subjects, all such jurisdiction relative to the custody and mana- gement of the persons and estates of persons of unsound mind as for the time being belongs to the Lord Chancellor or other person or persons in England intrusted by virtue of Her Majesty's sign manual with the care and commitment of the custody of the persons and estates of persons found by inquisition in England, idiot, lunatic, or of unsound mind.

56. The Supreme Court shall be a Court for Matrimonial Causes and as such shall, as far as circumstances admit, have in itself exclu- sively, for and within China and Japan, with respect to British subjects all such jurisdiction, except the jurisdiction relative to dissolution or nullity or jactitation of marriage, as for the time being belongs to the Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes in England.

57. The Supreme Court shall be a Court of Probate, and as such shall, as far as circumstances admit, have, for and within China and Japan, with respect to the property of British subjects having at the time of death their fixed places of abode in China or Japan, all such jurisdictions as for the time being belongs to Her Majesty's Court of Probate in England.

A provincial Court shall however, also have power to grant probate or administration where there is no contention respecting the right to the grant, and it is proved on oath that the deceased bad at the time of his death his fixed place of abode within the jurisdiction of the Provincial Court.

Probate or administration granted by a Provincial Court shall have effect over all the property of the deceased within China and Japan and shall effectually discharge persons dealing with an executor or adminis- trator thereunder, and that, notwithstanding any defect afterwards appears in the grant.

Such a grant shall not be impeachable by reason only that the deceased had not at the time of his death his fixed place of abode within the particular jurisdiction.

58. Any person having in his possession or under his control any paper or writing of a deceased British subject being or purporting to be testamentary, shall forthwith bring the original to the Court within the district whereof such person is at the time of his first knowledge of the death of the deceased, and deposit it there.

Any person neglecting to do so for fourteen days after having knowledge of the death of the deceased, shall be liable to such penalty, not exceeding 250 dollars, as the Court thinks fit to impose.

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     59. From the death of a British subject, having at the time of Property of intestate death his fixed place of abode in China or Japan, intestate, until until administration. administration is granted, his personal property within China and Japan shall be vested in the Judge of the Supreme Court as the personal property of an intestate in England is vested in the Judge of Her Majesty's Court of Probate there.

60. If any person, other than one of Her Majesty's Consular Offi- Penalty on administering cers, takes possession of and in any manner administers any part of without probate. the personal property of any person deceased without obtaining pro- bate or administration within three months after the death of the deceased, - or within one month after the termination of any suit or dispute respecting probate or administration (if there is any such which is not ended within two months after the death of the deceased,) he shall be liable to such penalty not exceeding 500 dollars as the Court having jurisdiction in the matter of the property of the deceased thinks fit to impose; and in every such case the same fees shall be payable by the person so administering as would have been payable by him if he had obtained probate or administration.

     61. Where a British subject, not having at the time of death his Taking possession of fixed place of abode in China or Japan, dies there, the Court within property of deceased. whose district he dies shall, where the circumstances of the case appear to the Court so to require, forthwith on the death of the deceased, or as soon after as may be, take possession of his personal property within the particular jurisdiction or put it under the seal of the Court (in either case, if the nature of the property or other circumstance so require, making an inventory,) and so keep the property until it can be dealt with according to law.

Trial with a Jury.

     62. Where a suit originally instituted in the Supreme Court Cases for trial with jury. relates to money, goods, or other property, or any matter at issue of the amount or value of 1,500 dollars or upwards, or is brought for recovery of damages of the amount of 1,500 dollars or upwards, the suit shall, on the demand of either party, be, under order of the Court, tried with a Jury.

In any case (except where according to the Rules of the Court, the suit is to be heard and determined in summary way) a suit so instituted may be tried with a jury, if the Court, of its own motion or on the application of either party, thinks fit so to order.

    One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State may, by order under his hand, extend the present provision to any

                                     Provincial Court where it appears to him there is a sufficient Jury list.

Trial with Assessors.

63. Where a suit instituted in a Provincial Court relates to Provincial Consular

                                                  Court,-casey for money, goods, or other property of a less amount or value than 1,500 Assessors. dollars, or does not relate to or involve, directly on indirectly, a question respecting any matter at issue of the amount or value of 1,500 dollars or upwards,- -or is brought for recovery of damages of a less amount than 1,500 dollars,-the Court may hear and determine the case without Assessors.

In all other cases the Court (subject to the provisions of this Order respecting inability to obtain an Assessor) shall hear and determine the case with Assessors-

III-In Criminal Matters.

    64. Every Court may cause to be apprehended and brought Power of apprehension before it any British subject being within the district of the Court and over Britteh subjects,

"Accused"esenping to

nother district.

Sacking of warrant

ssued in British de m'- › pions.

Sending of prisoner to Mongkong for trisl.

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charged with having committed a crime or offence in China or in Japan, and may deal with the accused according to the jurisdiction of the Court and in conformity with the provisions of this Order;- or where the crime or offence is triable, and is to be tried, in Her Majesty's dominions, may take the preliminary examination, and commit the accused for trial, and cause or allow him to be taken to the place of intended trial.

65. Where a person charged with having committed a crime or offence in the district of one Court escapes or removes from that dis- trict and is found within the district of another Court, the Court within the district of which he is found may proceed in the case to exami- nation, indictment, trial and punishment, or in a summary way (as the case may require) in the same manner as if the crime or offence had been committed in its own district;-or may, on the requisition or with the consent of the Court of the district in which the crime or offence is charged to have been committed, send him in custody to that Court, or require him to give security for his surrender to that Court, there to answer the charge, and be dealt with according to law.

Where any person is to be so sent in custody a warrant shall be issued by the Court within the district of which he is found, and such warrant shall be sufficient authority to any person to whom it is directed to receive and detain the person therein named, and carry him to and deliver him up to the Court of the district within which the crime or offence was committed according to the warrant.

66. Where a warrant or order of arrest is issued by a competent authority in Her Majesty's dominions for the apprehension of a British subject, who is charged with having committed a crime or offence within the jurisdiction of the authority issuing the warrant or order, and who is, or is supposed to be, in China or in Japan, and the warrant or order is produced to any Court, the Court may back the warrant or order; and the same when so backed, shall be sufficient authority to any person to whom the warrant or order was originally directed, and also to any con- stable or other officer of the Court by which it is backed, to apprehend the accused at any place where the Court by which the warrant or order is backed has jurisdiction, and to carry him to and deliver him up in Her Majesty's dominions, according to the warrant or order.

67. Where any person is charged with the commission of a crime or offence the cognizance whereof appertains to any of Her Majesty's Courts in China or in Japan, and it is expedient that the crime or offence be enquired of, tried, determined, and punished within Her Majesty's dominions, the accused may (under The Foreign Jurisdiction Act, section 4,) be sent for trial to Hongkong.

The Judge of the Supreme Court may, where it appears expedient, by warrant under his hand and seal and the seal of the Supreme Court cause the accused to be taken for trial to Hongkong accordingly.

Where any person is to be so taken to Hongkong, the Court before which he is charged shall take the preliminary examination, and shall send the depositions to Hongkong, and (if it seems necessary or proper) may bind over such of the proper witnesses as are British sub- jects in their own recognizances to appear and give evidence on the trial. 68. All crimes which in England are Capital shall be tried by the Judge of the Supreme Court with a jury.

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Other crimes and offences above the degree of misdemeanour, tried before the Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary of the Supreme Court, and not heard and determined in a summary way, shall be tried with a jury.

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     Any crime or offence tried before the Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary of the Supreme Court, may be tried with a jury where

the Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary so directs.

     Subject to the foregoing provisions, such classes of criminal cases Summary jurisdiction. tried before the Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary of Supreme Court, as the Judge, having regard to the law and practice existing in England, from time to time directs, shall be heard and determined in a

summary way.

69. Where any person is sentenced to suffer the punishment of Sentence of deathy death, the Judge of the Supreme Court shall forthwith send a report of the sentence, with a copy of the minutes of proceedings and notes of evi- dence in the case, and with any observations the Judge thinks fit, to Her Majesty's Minister in China or in Japan, according as the crime is committed in China or in Japan.

The sentence shall not be carried into execution without the direction of Her Majesty's Minister in China or in Japan (as the case may be) in writing under his hand.

In any such case, if Her Majesty's Minister in China or in Japan (as the case may be) does not direct that the sentence of death be car- ried into execution, he shall direct what punishment in lien of the punishment of death is to be inflicted on the person convicted, and the person convicted shall be liable to be so punished accordingly.

70. Where the crime or offence with which any person is charged Provincial Consular - before a Provincial Court is any crime or offence other than assault Court, -- Procedure. endangering life, cutting, maiming, arson, or house-breaking and appears to the Court to be such that, if proved, it would be adequately punished by imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for a term not exceeding three months, or by a fine not exceeding 200 dollars, the Court shall hear and determine the case in a summary way and without Assessors.

      In other cases the Court shall hear and determine the case on indict- ment and with Assessors (subject to the provisions of this Order respect- ing inability to obtain an Assessor.)

71. A Provincial Court may impose the punishment of imprison- and extent of Punish- ment for any term not exceeding twelve months, with or without hard went. labour, and with or without a fine not exceeding 1,000 dollars, or the

punishment of a fine not exceeding 1,000 dollars, without imprisomnent.

Court.

72. Where the crime or offence with which any person is charged Reservation of case by before a Provincial Court appears to the Court to be such that, if Provincial for Supreme · proved, it would not be adequately punished by such punishment as the Court has power to impose, and the accused is not to be sent for trial to Her Majesty's dominions, the Court shall reserve the case to be heard and determined by or under the special authority of the Supreme Court. The Provincial Court shall take the depositions, and forthwith send them, with a minute of other evidence, if any, and a report on the case, to the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court shall direct in what in de and where the case shall be heard and determined, and (notwithstanding anything in this Order) the same shall be so heard and determined accordingly.

to be regarded.

73. Every Court and authority in imposing and inflicting punish- Punishment in Englan ments, and Her Majesty's Ministers in China and Japan in directing what punishment is to be inflicted in lieu of the punishment of death, shall have regard as far as circumstances admit, and subject to the other provisions of this Order, to the punishments imposed by the law of England in like cases, and to the mode in which the same are inflicted in England.

Payment of expenses by offender;

or by accuser.

Becovery of expences,

     Mitigation or remission of punishment,

     Place of imprisonment in China or Japan]

Imprisonment in British dominions.

     In criminal cases, reports to Secretary of State.

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74. Any Court (but, in a case of a Provincial Court, subject to the approval of the Supreme Court,) may order any person convicted before it of any crime or offence to pay all or any part of the expenses of, or preliminary to, his trial and of his imprisonment or other punishment.

75. Where it appears to any Court that any charge made before it is malicious, or is frivolous and vexatious, the Court may order all or any part of the expenses of the prosecution to be paid by the person making the charge.

76. In either of the two last mentioned cases, the amount ordered to be paid shall be deemed a debt due to the Crown, and may, by virtue of the order, without further proceedings, be levied on the property of the person convicted or making the charge, as the case may be.

77. Where any punishment has been awarded by the Supreme or any other Court, then, if the circumstances of the case make it just or expe- dient, the Judge of the Supreme Court may at any time, and from time to time, report to one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, or to Her Majesty's Minister in China or in Japan (according as the crime or offence was committed in China or Japan,) recommending a mitiga- tion or remission of the punishment; and on such recommendation any such punishment may be mitigated or remitted by direction of the authority to whom the report is made.

But no such recommendation shall be made with respect to any punishment awarded by a Provincial Court, except on the recommenda- tion of that Court, or on the dissent of an Assessor (if any) from the conviction or from the amount of punishment awarded.

78 The Judge of the Supreme Court may,

                        where it seems expedient, by warrant under his hand and the seal of the Supreme Court, cause any offender convicted before any Court and sentenced to imprisonment to be taken to and imprisoned at any place in China or in Japan from time to time approved by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State as a place of imprisonment for offenders.

A warrant of the Supreme Court shall be sufficient authority to the Governor or keeper of such place of imprisonment or other person to whom it is directed to receive and detain there the person therein named, according to the warrant.

79. Where any offender convicted before a Court in China or in Japan is sentenced to suffer imprisonment in respect of the crime or offence of which he is convicted, and it is expedient that the sentence be carried into effect within Her Majesty's dominions the offender may (under The Foreign Jurisdiction Act, section 5,) be sent for imprison- ment to Hongkong.

The Judge of the Supreme Court may where it secus expedient, by warrant under his hand and seal and the seal of the Supreme Court, cause the offender to be taken to Hongkong in order that the sentence passed on him may be there carried into effect accordingly.

80. The Judge of the Supreme Court shall, when required by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, send to the Secretary of State a report of the sentence passed by the Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary of the Court in every case not heard and determined in a summary way, with a copy of the minutes of pro- ceedings and notes of evidence, and the Judge may send with such report any observations he thinks fit.

Every Provincial Court shall forthwith send to the Judge of the Supreme Court a report of the sentence passed by it in every case not heard and determined in a summary way, with a copy of the minutes of proceedings and notes of evidence, and with any observations the

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Court thinks fit. The Judge of the Supreme Court shall, when required by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, transmit the same to the Secretary of State, and may send therewith any observa- tions he thinks fit.

VI.-WAR, INSURRECTION, OR REBELLION.

81. If any British subject commits any of the following offences, Punishment for levying that is to say,-

(1.) In China, while Her Majesty is at peace with the Emperor of China, levies war or takes part in any operation of war against the Emperor of China, or aids or abets any person in carrying on war, insurrection, or rebellion against the Emperor of China. (2.) In Japan, while Her Majesty is at peace with the Tycoon of Japan, levies war or takes part in any operation of war against the Tycoon of Japan, or aids or abets any person in carrying on war, insurrection, or rebellion, against the Tycoon of Japan; every person so offending shall be deemed guilty of a mis- demeanour, and on conviction thereof shall be liable (in the discretion of the Court before which he is convicted) to be punished by imprisonment for any term not exceeding two years, with or without hard labour, and with or without a fine not exceeding 5,000 dollars, or by a fine not exceeding 5,000 dollars, without imprisonment.

In addition to such punishment, every such conviction shall of itself, and without further proceedings, make the person convicted liable to deportation; and the Court before which he is convicted may order that he be deported from China or Japan to such place as the Court directs.

war, &e.

with Forces of Emperor

82. If any British subject without the licence of Her Majesty Punishment for serving (proof whereof shall lie on the party accused) takes part in any of China without licence. operation of war in the service of the Emperor of China against any persons engaged in carrying on war, insurrection, or rebellion against the Emperor of China, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanour, and on conviction thereof shall be liable (in the discretion of the Court before which he is convicted) to be punished by imprisonment for any term not exceeding two years, with or without hard labour, and with or without a fine not exceeding 5,000 dollars, or by a fine not exceeding 5,000 dollars, without imprisonment.

Court.

     83. If the Court before which any person charged with having Report by Provincial committed such a misdemeanour as in the two last preceding Articles mentioned is brought is a Provincial Court the Court shall report to the Judge of the Supreme Court the pendency of the case.

     The Judge of the Supreme Court shall thereupon direct in what mode and where the case shall be heard and determined, and (not- withstanding anything in this Order) the case shall be so heard and determined accordingly.

VII. TREATIES AND REGULATIONS.

Treaties.

     84. If any British subject in China or in Japan violates or fails Penalties for violation of to observe any stipulation of any Treaty between Her Majesty, her heirs or successors, and the Emperor of China or the Tycoon of Japan for the time being in force, in respect of the violation whereof any penalty is stipulated for in the Treaty, he shall be deemed guilty of an offence against the Treaty, and on conviction thereof under this Order shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding the penalty stipulated for in the Treaty.

85. Her Majesty's Minister in China may from time to time make regulations for China. such Regulations as seem fit for the peace, order, and good Govern-

Tenalties.

Publication.

    When penalties enforce. able.

Proof of Regulations.

Regulations for Japan.

Trial of offences.

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ment of British subjects resident in or resorting to China, and for the observance of the stipulations of Treaties between Her Majesty, Her heirs or successors, and the Emperor of China, and for the main- tenance of friendly relations between British subjects and Chinese subjects and authorities, and may make any such regulations apply either throughout China or to some one or more of the Consular districts in China, and may by any such Regulations repeal or alter any Regulations made for any such purpose as aforesaid before the commencement of this Order.

Any such Regulations shall not have effect unless and until they are approved by Her Majesty, such approval being signified through one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State,-save that in case of urgency, declared in any such Regulations, the same shall have effect unless and until they are disapproved by Her Majesty, such disapproval being signified through one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, and notification of such disapproval is received and published by Her Majesty's Minister in China.

86. Such Regulations may impose penalties for offences against the same, as follows, namely,-for each offence imprisonment for any term not exceeding three months, with or without hard labour, and with or without a fine not exceeding 500 dollars, or a fine not exceed- ing 500 dollars, without inprisonment, and with or without further fines for continuing offences not exceeding in any case 25 dollars for each day during which the offence continues after the original fine is incurred,--but so that all such Regulations be so framed as to allow in every case of part only of the maximum penalty being inflicted.

87. All such Regulations shall be printed, and a printed copy thereof shall be affixed and at all times kept exhibited conspicuously in the public office of each Consular Officer in China to whose district the Regulations apply.

Printed copies of the Regulations applicable to each district shall be provided and sold therein at such reasonable price as Her Majesty's Minister in China from time to time directs.

88. No penalty shall be enforced in any Consular district for any offence against any such Regulation until the Regulation has been so affixed and kept exhibited in the public office of the Consular Officer for that district during one month.

89. For the purpose of convicting any person committing an offence against any such Regulation, and for all other purposes, a printed copy of the Regulation, purporting to be certified under the hand of Her Majesty's Minister in China, or under the hand and Consular seal of one of Her Majesty's Consular Officers in China, shall be conclusive evidence of the Regulation; and no proof of the hand- writting or seal purporting to certify the same shall be required.

90. The foregoing provisions relative to the making, printing, publication, enforcement, and proof of Regulations in and for China shall extend and apply, mutatis mutandis, to the making, printing, publication, enforcement, and proof of Regulations in and for Japan, with the substitution only of Japan for China, and of the Tycoon of Japan for the Emperor of China, and of Her Majesty's Minister in Japan for Her Majesty's Minister in China, and of Her Majesty's Consular Officers in Japan for Her Majesty's Consular Officers in China.

91. Any charge under this order of an offence against any Treaty or against any such Regulation as aforesaid, shall be enquired of, heard and determined in like manner in all respects as any ordinary

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  criminal charge may be inquired of, heard and determined under this Order, subject only to this qualification,-that (notwithstanding anything in this Order) every charge of an offence against any Treaty or against any Regulation for the observance of the stipulations of any Treaty shall be heard and determined in a summary way, and (where the proceeding is before a Provincial Court) without Assessors.

VIII.-Unlawful Trade with Japan.

porta unlawful.

92. All trade of British subjects in, to, or from any part of Japan, Trade except to oper. except such ports and towns as are for the time being opened to British subjects by Treaty between Her Majesty, Her heirs or successors, and the Tycoon of Japan, is hereby declared unlawful.

If any person engages in such trade as a principal, agent, ship- owner, ship-master, or supercargo, he shall be deemed guilty of a mis- demeanour, and on conviction thereof shall be liable to be punished (in the discretion of the Court before which he is convicted) by im- prisonment for any term not exceeding two years with or without hard labour, and with or without a fine not exceeding 10,000 dollars or by a fine not exceeding 10,000 dollars without imprisonment.

Court.

93. If the Court before which any person charged with having Report of Provincial committed such a misdemeanour is brought is a Provincial Court, the Court shall report to the Judge of the Supreme Court the pendency of the case.

    The Judge of the Supreme Court shall thereupon direct in what mode and where the case shall be heard and determined, and (notwith- standing any thing in this Order) the case shall be so heard and determined accordingly.

94. The officer commanding any of Her Majesty's vessels of war, Seizure of vessel, &c. or any of Her Majesty's Naval Officers authorized in this behalf by the Officer having the command of Her Majesty's Naval Forces in Japan by writing under his hand may seize any British vessel engaged or reasonably suspected of being or having been engaged in any trade by this Order declared unlawful, and may either detain the vessel, with the master, officers, supercargo, crew, and other persons engaged in navigating the vessel, or any of them, or take or cause to be taken the vessel, and the master, officers, supercargo, crew, and other persous aforesaid, or any of them to any port or place in Japan or elsewhere convenient for the prosecution of a charge for the mis- demeanour alleged to have been committed.

Any such vessel, master, officers, supercargo, crew, and persons may lawfully be detained at the place of seizure or at the port or place to which the vessel is so taken under the authority of any such Officer, or of any of Her Majesty's Consular Officers in China or Japan, until the conclusion of any proceedings taken in respect of such mis- demeanour.

IX.-JAPANESE Waters.

95. When and as often as it appears to Her Majesty's Minister Regulations as to enter- in Japan that the unrestricted entrance of British vessels into, or the ing waters, de, unrestricted passage of British vessels through, any strait or other water in Japan may lead to acts of disturbance or violence, or may otherwise endanger the maintenance of peaceful relations and inter- course between Her Majesty's subjects and the subjects of the Tycoon of Japan, Her Majesty's Minister may make any regulation for prohibiting or for restricting in such manner as seems expedient the entrance or passage of any British vessel (other than a vessel of war

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feire of vessel

      Sariadio con se to [iracy.

     Report by Provincial fourt.

Punishment in summary way for public insults

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of Her Majesty) into or through any such strait or other water as aforesaid as defined in the Regulation.

Her Majesty's Minister may froin time to time revoke or alter any such Regulation.

96. The foregoing provisions of this Order relative to the making, printing, publication, enforcement, and proof of Regulations to be made by Her Majesty's Minister in Japan, and to the mode of proceeding in respect of any charge for an offence against any such Regulations, shall extend and apply, mutatis mutandis, to any Regulation made by Her Majesty's Minister in Japan, as last aforesaid.

97. If any person navigating a British vessel wilfully violates, or wilfully attempts to violate, any such Regulation, the officer command- ing any vessel of war of Her Majesty, or in charge of any boat belonging to such vessel of war, may use force for the purpose of compelling him to desist from the violation or attempted violation of the Regulation, and if it appears necessary or expedient may seize the vessel, and such Commanding Officer may either detain her at the place of seizure, or take her, or cause her to be taken to any port or place in Japan or elsewhere, where the offender may be more conve- niently prosecuted for such offence.

Any such vessel may lawfully be detained at the place of seizure, or at the port or place to which she is so taken, under the authority of any such Commanding Officer, or of any of Her Majesty's Consular Officers in Japan, until the conclusion of any proceedings taken in respect of the offence.

X-Pirury.

98. Any British subject being in China or in Japan may be proceeded against, tried, and punished under this Order for the crime of piracy wherever committed,

99. If the Court before which a British subject charged with the crime of piracy is brought is a Provincial Court, the Court shall report to the Judge of the Supreme Court the pendency of the case.

The Judge of the Supreme Court shall thereupon direct in what mode and where the case shall be heard and determined, and (notwithstanding anything in this Order) the case shall be so heard and determined accordingly.

XI-Offences Against Religion.

100. If any British subject is guilty of publicly deriding, mocking, to religion or religious or insulting any religion established or observed in China or in Japan --or of publicly offering any insult to any religious service, feast, or ceremony. established or kept in any part of China or in Japan, or to any place of worship, tomb, or sanctuary belonging to any such religion, or to the ministers or professors thereof, or of wilfully committing any act tending to bring any such religion or its ceremo- nies, mode of worship, or observances into hatred, ridicule, or contempt, and thereby to provoke a breach of the public peace, he shall be liable (in the discretion of the Court before which he is convicted) to imprisonment for any term not exceeding two years, with or without hard labour, and with or without a fine not exceeding 500 dollars, or to a fine not exceeding 500 dollars, without imprisonment.

Notwithstanding anything in this Order, every charge against a British subject of having committed any such offence shall be heard and determined in a summary way, and any Provincial Court shall have power to impose the punishment aforesaid.

Her Majesty's Consular Officers shall take such precautionary

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measures as seem to them proper and expedient for the prevention of such offences.

XII.-Authority within 100 Miles of the Coast of China.

101. Where a British subject, being after the commencement of Jurisdiction of Courts in

                                                 China and Japan. this Order in China or in Japan, is charged with having committed, either before or after the commencement of this Order, any crime or offence within a British vessel at ʼn distance of not more than 100 miles from the coast of China,--or within a Chinese or Japanese vessel at such a distance as aforesaid,--0

-or within a vessel not lawfully entitled to claim the protection of the flag of any State, at such a distance as aforesaid, -any of Her Majesty's Courts in China or in Japan within the Jurisdiction whereof he is found may cause him to be apprehended and brought before it, and may take the preliminary examination and commit him for trial.

Court.

    102. If the Court before which the accused is brought is a Report by Provincial Provincial Court, the Court shall report to the Judge of the Supreme Court the pendency of the case.

    The Judge of the Supreme Court shall thereupon direct in what mode and where the case shall be heard and determined, and (notwithstanding anything in this Order) the case shall be so heard and determined accordingly.

provisions.

    103. The provisions of this Order relative to crimes and offences, Application of other and proceedings in criminal matters, shall in all respects, as far as may be, extend and apply to every such case, in like manner as if the crime or offence had been committed in China or Japan.

    104. Where a British subject, being after the commencement Jurisdiction at of this Order in Hongkong, is charged with having committed, either Hongkong. before or after the commencement of this Order, any crime or offence within any British, Chinese, Japanese, or other such vessels at such a distance as aforesaid, the Supreme Court at Hongkong shall have and may exercise authority and jurisdiction with respect to the crime or offence as fully as if it had been committed in Hongkong.

Deserters.

   105. Her Majesty's Minister in China or in Japan, the Judge Military and Naval or Assistant Judge of the Supreme Court, and any of Her Majesty's Consular Officers in China or in Japan, or the Governor or person administering the Government of Hongkong, on receiving satisfactory information that any soldier, sailor, marine, or other person belonging to any of Her Majesty's Military or Naval forces, has deserted there- from, and has concealed himself in any British, Chinese, Japanese, or other such vessel at such a distance as aforesaid, may, in pursuance of such information, issue his warrant for a search after and appre- hension of such deserter, and on being satisfied on investigation that any person so apprehended is such a deserter, shall cause him to be with all convenient speed taken and delivered over to the nearest military station of Her Majesty's forces, or to the officer in command of a vessel of war of Her Majesty serving in China or in Japan, as the case may require.

XIII-Deportation.

   106. (i.) Where it is shown on oath, to the satisfaction of any Deportation in what of Her Majesty's Courts in China or in Japan that there is reasonable cases ground to apprehend that any British subject in China or in Japan is about to commit a breach of the public peace,-

                            -or that the acts or conduct of any British subject in China or in Japan are or is likely to produce or excite to a breach of the public peace,-the Court within the jurisdiction whereof he happens to be may cause him to be

Place of deportation.

     Report by Provincial Court.

Time of deportation.

Order for expenses.

Report of deportation.

Deportation to and from Jongkong

Punishment for returning.

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brought before it and require him to give security to the satisfaction of the Court, to keep the peace, or for his future good behaviour, as the case may require.

(ii.) Where any British subject is convicted, under this Order, of any crime or offence, the Court within the jurisdiction whereof he happens to be may require him to give security to the satisfaction of the Court for his future good behaviour:

In either of these cases, if the person required to give security fails to do so, the Court may order that he be deported from China or Japan to such place as the Court directs.

107. In any case where an order of deportation is made under this Order, the Court shall rot, without the consent of the person to be deported, direct the deportation of any person to any place other than Hongkong or England.

108. A Provincial Court shall forthwith report to the Judge of the Supreme Court any order of deportation made by it, and the grounds thereof.

The Judge of the Supreme Court may reverse the order, or may confirm it with or without variation, and in case of confirmation, shall direct it to be carried into effect.

109. The person to be deported shall be detained in custody until a fit time and opportunity for his deportation arrive.

The Judge of the Supreme Court shall then (and in the case of a person convicted, either after execution of the sentence or while it is in course of execution), by warrant cause him to be taken to the place of deportation.

110. The Judge of the Supreme Court may order that the person to be deported do pay all or any part of the expenses of, or preliminary to, his deportation.

111. The Judge of the Supreme Court shall forthwith report to one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State any order of deportation made or confirmed by him, and the grounds thereof, and shall also inform Her Majesty's Ministers in China and Japan of the

same.

112. Where any person is deported to Hongkong, he shall on his arrival there be delivered, with the warrant under which he is deported, into the custody of the Chief Magistrate of Police of Hongkong, or other officer of Her Majesty there lawfully acting as such, who, on receipt of the person deported, with the warrant, shall detain him and shall forthwith report the case to the Governor or person administering the Government of Hongkong, who shall either by warrant (if the circumstances of the case appear to him to make it expedient) cause the person so deported to be taken to England, and in the meantime to be detained in custody, (so that the period of such detention do net exceed three months,) or else shall discharge him from custody.

113. If any person deported returns to China or Japan without the permission of one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, in writing under his hand (which permission the Secretary of State may give), he shall be guilty of an offence against this Order, and shall be liable on conviction thereof to punishment (in the discretion of the Court before which he is convicted) by imprisonment for any term not exceeding one month, with or without hard labour, and with or without a fine not exceeding 200 dollars, or by a fine not exceeding 200 dollars, without imprisonment, and also to be forthwith again deported in manner hereinbefore provided.

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residents.

    114. Every British subject resident in China or Japan,-being of Annual registration of the age of 21 years or upwards, -or being married, or a widower or widow, though under that age,-shall, in the month of January in the year 1866, and every subsequent year, register himself or herself in a register to be kept at the Consulate of the Consular district within which he or she resides,-subject to this qualification, that the registration of a man shall be deemed to include the registration of his wife (unless she is living apart from him), and that the registration of the head of a family, whether male or female, shall be deemed to include the registration of all females, being relatives of the head of the family (in whatever degree of relationship), living under the same roof with the head of the family at the time of his or her registration.

non-residents.

Every British subject not so resident arriving at any place in China Registration of or Japan where a Consular Office is maintained, unless borne on the muster roll of a British Vessel there arriving, shall within one month after his or her arrival, register himself or herself in a register to be kept at the Consular Office,-but so that no such person shall be required to register himself or herself more than once in any year, reckoned from the 1st day of January.

Any person failing so to register himself or herself, and not Penalty. excusing his or her failure to the satisfaction of the Consular Officer, shall not be entitled to be recognized or protected as a British subject in China or Japan, and shall be liable to a fine not exceeding ten dollars for each instance of such failure.

    115. Every person shall on every registration of himself or herself Fee. pay a fee of such amount as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State from time to time by order under his hand appoints, such amount either to be uniform for all persons, or to vary according to the circumstances of different classes, as the Secretary of State from time to time by such order directs.

    116. The Consular Officer shall issue to every person so registered Certificate, a certificate of registration under his hand and Consular seal; and the name of a wife (unless she is living apart from her husband) shall be indorsed on her husband's certificate; and the names and descriptions of females whose registration is included in that of the head of the family shall be indorsed on the certificate of the head of the family.

XV-Foreigners. Foreign Tribunals.

    117. Where a foreigner desires to institute or take any suit or Suits by foreigners proceeding of a civil nature against a British subject, the Supreme or subjects.

against British other Court, according to its jurisdiction, may entertain the same, and where any such suit or proceeding is entertained shall hear and determine it according to the provisions of this Order and of the Rules made under it applicable in the case,--either by the Judge, Assistant Judge, Law Secretary, or proper Consular Officer sitting alone (or with Assessors when the case so requires,-or, if (in any case where a trial with a jury may be had under this Order) all parties desire, or the Court thinks fit to direct, a trial with a jury, then, but not otherwise, by the Judge, Assistant Judge, Law Secretary, or proper Consular Officer, with a jury.

of British subjects before foreign tribunals,

    118. Where it is shown to any of Her Majesty's Courts that the Compulsory attendancð attendance of a British subject to give evidence, or for any other purpose connected with the administration of justice, is required in à Chinese or Japanese Court, or before a Chinese or Japanese judicial officer, or in a Court or before a judicial officer in China or Japan of

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any State in amity with Her Majesty, the Court may, in cases and under circumstances which would require the attendance of that British subject before one of Her Majesty's Courts in China or Japan, and if it seems to the Court just and expedient so to do, make an order for the attendance of the British subject in such Court or before such judicial officer and for such purpose as aforesaid,-but so that a Provincial Court shall not have power to make an order for such attendance of a British subject at any place beyond the particular jurisdiction of the Court.

Any British subject, duly served with such an order, and with reasonable notice of the time and place at which his attendance is required, failing to attend accordingly and not excusing his failure to the satisfaction of the Court making the order, shall be liable to a fine not exceeding 500 dollars, or to imprisonment for any term not exceeding one month, in the discretion of the Court.

XVI. - -APPEAL TO SUPREme Court.

1-In Ciril Cases,

119. Where any decision of a Provincial Court, sitting with or without Assessors, is given in a civil case in respect of a sum or matter at issue of the amount or value of 250 dollars or upwards, or determines, directly or indirectly, any claim or question respecting property of the amount or value of 250 dollars or upwards, any party aggrieved by the decision may apply to the Provincial Court for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court, and shall be entitled to leave on the terms prescribed by the Rules made under this Order, and subject to any restrictions and exceptions therein contained.

In any other case the Provincial Court may, if it seems just and expedient, give leave to appeal on like terms.

In any case the Supreme Court may give leave to appeal on such terms as seem just.

II.-In Criminal Cases.

120. Where any person is convicted otherwise than in a summary of law may be reserved. way of a crime or offence the Court or Officer trying the case may, if it seems fit, reserve for the consideration of the Supreme Court any question of law arising on the trial.

On summary conviction appeal on point of law to lie.

      Postponement of judgment or execution.

Authority of Supreme Court,

The Court or Officer shall then state a special case, setting out the question reserved, with the facts and circumstances on which it arose, and shall send the case to the Supreme Court.

121. Where any person is convicted in a summary way of a crime or offence, and is dissatisfied with the conviction as being erroneous in point of law, the Court or Officer trying the case may, on his application in writing, and on compliance by him with any terms prescribed by the Rules made under this Order, state a special case, setting out the facts and the grounds of the conviction, for the opinion of the Supreme Court, and send it to that Court.

122. Where a special case is stated, the Court or Officer stating it shall, as seems fit, either postpone judgment on the conviction, or respite execution of the judgment, and either commit the person convicted to prison, or take proper security for him to appear and receive judgment or to render himself in execution (as the case may require) at an appointed time and place.

123. The Supreme Court shall hear and determine the matter, and thereupon shall reverse, affirm, or amend the judgment, conviction or sentence in question,--

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  be made in the minutes of proceedings to the effect that in the judgment of the Supreme Court the person convicted ought not to have been convicted,- -or arrest the judgment or order judgment to be given at a subsequent sitting of the Court or Officer stating the case, -or nake such other order as justice requires-and shall also give all necessary and proper consequential directions.

public.

124. The judgment of the Supreme Court sha'l be delivered in Proceedings to ke- open

    Court after the public hearing of any argument offered on behalf of the prosecution or of the person convicted.

125. Before delivering judgment, the Supreme Court may, if Amendment of specia necessary, cause the special case to be amended by the Court or Officer case. stating it.

ease on summary ofI"-

    126. If on an application for a special case, on a summary convic- Refusal to state specia" tion, it seems to the Court or officer that the application is merely fiction. frivolous, but not otherwise, the Court or Officer may refuse to state a

case.

    A Court or Officer so refusing shall forthwith send to the Supreme Court a report of the sentence, with a copy of the minutes of proceeding and notes of evidenc", and any observatious the Court or Officer thinks fit, and with a copy of the application for a special case.

    The Supreme Court shall examine the report and documents so sent, and, unless the Supreme Court is of opinion that the application was merely frivolous, shall on the application in that behalf of the appellaut, if made within one month after the refusal of a special case, proceed to hear and determine the matter according to the foregoing provisions, as nearly as may be as if a special case had been stated.

XVIL-RULES OF PROCEDURE.

Judge of Supreme Court

    127. The Judge of the Supreme Court may, from time to time, Rules to be framed by frame Rules for any purpose for which it is before in this Order expressed or implied that Rules of procedure or practice are to be made, and also for the regulation of procedure and pleading, forms of writs, and other proceedings, expenses of witnesses and prosecutions, costs and fees, in civil and in criminal cases, in the Supreme Court and other Courts, including the regulation of cross-suits and the admission of counter-claims, and the regulation or proceedings thereon, and for the regulation of appeals to the Supreme Court from the other Courts in civil and in criminal cases, and of rehearings before the Judge of the Supreme Court, and may thereby impose reasonable penalties.

Rules affecting the conduct of civil suits shall be so framed as to secure, as far as may be, that cases shall be decided on their merits according to substantial justice, without excessive regard to technicalities of pleading or procedure, and without unnecessary delay.

Rules framed by the Judge shall not have effect unless and until they are approved by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State,-save that in case of urgency declared in any Rules framed by the Judge, with the approval of Her Majesty's Minister in China, the same shall have effect, unless and until they are disapproved by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, and notification of such disapproval is received and published by the Judge.

    128. A copy of the Rules for the time being in force shall be kept Publication of Rudas, exhibited conspicuously in each Court and Consulate in China and

Japan.

Printed copies shall be provided and sold at such reasonable price as the Judge of the Supreme Court from time to time direets.

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Krecution or suspension

Security on execution,

Security on Suspension,

Security on appeal.

Leave to appeal.

Leave in other cases.

     Liberty to appeal accordingly.

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No penalty shall be enforced in any Court for the breach of any Rule until the Rule has been so exhibited in the Court for one month,

129. A printed copy of any Rule, purporting to be certified under the hand of the Judge of the Supreme Court and the seal of that Court shall be for all purposes conclusive evidence of the due framing, approval, and publication of the contents thereof.

130. From and after the commencement of any Rules made by the Judge of the Supreme Court under this Order, all Rules and Regulations theretofore made by the Chief Superintendent of Trade in China, or by Her Majesty's Consul-General in Japan, in respect of any matter in respect whereof the Judge of the Supreme Court is by this Order authorised to make Rules shall cease to operate.

XVIII-APPEAL TO HER MAJESTY IN COUNCIL.

131. Where any final decree or order of the Supreme Court is made in a civil case in respect of a sum or matter at issue of the amount or value of 2,500 dollars or upwards,-or determines directly or indi- rectly any claim or question respecting property of the amount or value of 2,500 dollars or upwards,-any party aggrieved by the decree or order may within fifteen days after the same is made, apply by motion to the Supreme Court for leave to appeal to Her Majesty in Council.

132. If leave to appeal is applied for by a party adjudged to pay money or perform a duty, the Supreme Court shall direct either that the decree or order appealed from be carried into execution, or that the execution thereof be suspended, pending the appeal, as the Court con- siders to be in accordance with substantial justice.

133. If the Court directs the decree or order to be carried into execution, the party in whose favour it is made shall, before the execu- tion of it, give security to the satisfaction of the Court for the due per- formance of such order as Her Majesty in Council may think fit to make. 134. If the Court directs the execution of the decrce or order to be suspended pending the appeal, the party against whom the decree is made shall, before any order for suspension of execution, give security to the satisfaction of the Court for the due performance of such order as Her Majesty in Council may think fit to make.

135. In all cases security shall also be given by the appellant to the satisfaction of the Court to an amount not exceeding 2,500 dollars for the prosecution of the appeal, and for payment of all such costs as may be awarded to any respondent by Her Majesty in Council, or by the Lords of the Judicial Committee of Her Majesty's Privy Council.

136. If the last-mentioned security is given within one month from the filing of motion-paper for leave to appeal, then, and not otherwise, the Supreme Court shall give leave to appeal.

137. In any case other than the cases hereinbefore described, the Supreme Court may give leave to appeal ou the terms and in the manner aforesaid, if it considers it just or expedient to do so.

138. In every case where leave to appeal is given as aforesaid, the appellant shall be at liberty to prefer and prosecute his appeal to Her Majesty in Council according to the rules for the time being in force respecting appeals to Her Majesty in Council from Iler colonies, or such other rules as Her Majesty in Council from time to time thinks fit to make concerning appeals from the Supreme Court.

139. Nothing in this Order shall affect the right of Her Majesty at any time, on the humble petition of a party aggrieved by a decision of the Supreme Court in a civil case, to admit his appeal thereon on such terms and in such manner as Her Majesty in Council may think fit, and to deal with the decision appealed from in such manner as may be just.

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    140. Where any judgment, order, or sentence of the Supreme Court Appeal on question of is given, made, or passed in the exercise of either original or appellate Court in criminal cases, criminal jurisdistion, the party charged with the crime or offence, if he considers the judgment, order, or sentence to be erroneous in point of law, may appeal therefrom to Her Majesty in Council, provided that the Supreme Court declares the case to be a fit one for such appeal, and that the appellant complies with such conditions as the Supreme Court establishes or requires, subject always to such rules as from time to time Her Majesty in Council thinks fit to make in that behalf

XIX.-GENERAL PROVISIONS.

141. Nothing in this Order shall be deemed to affect Her Saving for prerogativa.

                                                  of pardon. Majesty's prerogative of pardon.

Consular powers,

    142 Except as in this Order expressly provided, nothing in this Saving for general Order shall preclude any of Her Majesty's Consular Officers in China or in Japan from performing any act not of a judicial character, that Her Majesty's Consular Officers there might by law or by virtue of usage or sufferance, or otherwise, have performed if this Order had not been made.

     143. Every of Her Majesty's Consular Officers shall, as far as there Reconciliation before is proper opportunity, promote reconciliation, and encourage and facili- litigation. tate the settlement in an amicable way, and without recourse to litiga- tion, of matters in difference between British subjects in China or in Japan.

signatures and seals,

144. Every signature or seal affixed to any instrument purporting Presumption as to to be the signature of the Judge of the Supreme Court, or of any officer or person acting under this Order, or to be the scal of any of Her Majesty's Courts in China or in Japan, shall for all purposes under this Order, without any proof thereof, be presumed to be genuine, and shall be taken as genuine until the contrary is proved.

145. In every case, civil or criminal, heard in any Court, proper Minutes of proceedings. minutes of the proceedings shall be drawn up, and shall be signed by the Judge or Officer before whom the proceedings are taken, and sealed with the seal of the Court, and shall, where Assessors are present, be open for their inspection and for their signature if concurred in by them. The minutes, with depositions of witnesses and notes of evidence taken at the trial by the Judge or Officer, shall be preserved in the public office of the Court.

     146. In a civil case any Court may order such cost or costs, Costs in civil cases. charges, and expenses, as to the Court seem reasonable, to be paid by any party to the proceedings, or out of any fund to which the proceed-

ing relates

subjects.

     147. Any Court, either of its own motion, or, in civil cases, on Witnesses; British the application of any party to any suit or proceeding or reference, may summon as a witness any British subject in China or Japan,- but so that a Provincial Court shall have power so to summon British subjects in its own district only.

     Any British subject, duly served with such a summons and with reasonable notice of the time and place at which his attendance is required, failing to attend accordingly and not excusing his failure to the satisfaction of the Court, shall, over and above any other liability to which he may be subject, be liable to a fine not exceeding 500 dollars, or to imprisonment for any terin not exceeding one month, in the dis- cretion of the Court.

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148. In civil cases any Court may, where the circumstances appear to justify it, order that the expenses of a witness, on his appearing to give evidence, shall be defrayed by the parties or any of them.

149. Any person appearing before a Court to give evidence in any case, civil or criminal, may be examined or give evidence or oath in the form or with the ceremony that he declares to be binding on his conscience.

150. Any British subject wilfully giving false evidence in any suit or proceeding, civil or criminal, or on any reference, shall, on conviction thereof, be deemed guilty of wilful and corrupt perjury.

151. All costs and all charges and expenses of witnesses, prosecu" tions, punishments, and deportations, and other charges and expenses, and all fees, fines, forfeitures, and pecuniary penalties payable under this Order, may be levied by distress and seizure and sale of ships, goods, and lands; and no bill of sale, or mortgage, or transfer of property, made with a view to security in regard to crimes or offences committed, or to be committed, shall be of any avail to defeat any provision of this Order,

152. All fees, fines, forfeitures, confiscations, and pecuniary penalties levied under this Order, except confiscations and premiary penalties by treaty appropriate or payable to the Government of China or to that of the Tycoon of Japan, shall be carried to the public account. and be applied in diminution of the public expenditure on account of Her Majesty's Courts in China and Japan; but if the Government of China or that of the Tycoon of Japan declines to receive any confisca- tion or pecuniary penalty by treaty appropriated or payable to it, the same shall be applied as other confiscations and pecuniary penalties are applicable.

153. Whenever under this order any person is to be taken in custody or otherwise, for trial or imprisonment, or by way of deportation or for any other purpose, to the Supreme Court or elsewhere in China or Japan, or to Hongkong, England, or elsewhere, the Court or other authority by this Order authorized to cause him to be so taken, may for that purpose (if necessary) cause him to be embarked on board one of Her Majesty's vessels of war, or if there is no such vessel available, then on board any British or other fit vessel, at any port or place whether within or beyond the particular jurisdiction or district of that Court or authority, and in order to such embarkment may (if necessary) cause him to be taken, in custody or otherwise, by land or by water, from any place to the port or place of embarkment.

The writ, order, or warrant of the Supreme Court for China and Japan, or of a Provincial Court in China or Japan, or of the Supreme Court of Hongkong, or the warrant of the Governor or person administering the government of Hongkong (as the case may be), by virtue whereof any person is to be so taken shall be sufficient authority to every constable, officer, or other person acting thereunder, and to the commander or master of any vessel of war, or other vessel (whether the constable, officer, or other person, or the vessel or the commander or master thereof, is named therein or not), to receive, detain, take, and deliver up such person, according to the writ, order, or warrant.

Where the writ, order, or warrant is executed under the immediate direction of the Court or authority issuing it, the writ, order, or warrant shall be delivered to the constable, officer, or other person acting thereunder, and a duplicate thereof shall be delivered to the commander or master of any vessel in which the person to whom the writ, order. or warrant relates is embarked.

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     Where the writ, order, or warrant issues from the Supreme Court for China and Japan, and is executed by a Provincial Court in China or Japan,-aud where the writ, order, or warrant issues from the Supreme Court of Hongkong, and is executed by any of Her Majesty's Courts in China or Japan,-a copy thereof certified under the seal of the Court executing the same shall be delivered to the constable, officer, or other person acting thereunder, and to the commander or master of any vessel in which the person taken is embarked; and any such copy shall be for all purposes conclusive evidence of the Order of which it purports to be a copy.

prisoners,

ke.

     154. Subject to the other provisions of this Order, all expenses of Expenses of removal of removal of prisoners and others from or to any place in China or Japan, or from or to Hongkong, and the expenses of deportation and of the sending of any person to England, shall be defrayed as the expenses relating to distressed British subjects are defrayed, or in such other manner as one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State from time to time directs.

155. If any British subject wilfully obstructs by act or threat an Punishment for officer of a Court in the performance of his duty,-

     Or within or close to the room or place where a Court is sitting wilfully behaves in a violent, threatening, or disrespectful manner, to the disturbance of the Court, or the terror of the suitors or others resorting thereto,-

     Or wilfully insults the Judge, Assistant Judge, or Law Secretary of the Supreme Court, or any Consular Officer, or any juror or Assessor or any clerk or officer of a Court, during his sitting or attendance in Court or in going to or returning from Court,--

He shall be liable to be immediately apprehended by order of the Court, and to be detained until the rising of the Court, and further on due inquiry and consideration, to be punished with a fine not exceeding 25 dollars, or imprisonment for any term not exceeding seven days, at the discretion of the Court, according to the nature and circumstances of the case.

     A minute shall be made and kept of every such case of punishment recording the facts of the offence and the extent of the punishment; and in the case of a Provincial Court, a copy of such minute shall be forth- with sent to the Judge of the Supreme Court.

obstruction or disturbanes of Court.

156. If any clerk or officer of a Court acting under pretence of the Misconduct of Officers process or authority of the Court is charged with extortion, or with not of Court, duly paying any money levied, or with other misconduct, the Court may (without prejudice to any other liability or punishment to which the clerk or officer would in the absence of the present provision be liable) inquire into the charge in a summary way, and for that purpose summon and enforce the attendance of all necessary persons in like manner as the attendance of witnesses and others may be enforced in a suit, and may

make such order thereupon for the repayment of any money extorted Onter for repayment, or for the due payment of any money levied, and for the payment of

such damages and costs, as the Court thinks just; and the Court may

   also, if it thinks fit, impose such fine upon the clerk or officer not Fine. exceeding 50 dollars for each offence, as seems just.

under Order,

157. Any suit or proceeding shall not be commenced in any of Suits for things done Her Majesty's Courts in China or Japan or in any Court in Hongkong against any person for anything done or omitted in pursuance or execution or intended execution of this Order, or of any Regulation or Rule made under it, unless notice in writing is given by the intending Google

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plaintit or prosecutor to the intended defendant one mouth at least before the commencement of the suit or proceeding, nor unless it is commenced within three months next after the act or omission complained of, or in case of a continuation of damage within three months next after the doing of such damage has ceased.

The plaintiff in any such suit shall not succeed if tender of sufficient amends is made by the defendant before the commencement thereof; and if no tender is made the defendant may by leave of the Court at any time Day into Court such sum of money as he thinks fit, whereupon such proceeding and order shall be had and made in and by the Court as may be had and made on the payment of money into Court in an ordinary suit.

XX.---HONGKONG.

158. Where a warrant or order of arrest is issued by any of Her Majesty's Courts in China or Japan for the apprehension of a British subject who is charged with having committed a crime or offence within the jurisdiction of the Court issuing the warrant or order; and who is or is supposed to be in Hongkong, and the warrant or order is produced to any of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for Hongkong, such Justice may back the warrant or order, and the same when so backed shall be sufficient authority to the person to whom the warrant or order was originally directed, and also to any constable or other peace officer in and for Hongkong, to apprehend the accused in Hongkong and to carry him to, and deliver him up, within the jurisdiction of the Court issuing the warrant or order, according to the warrant or order.

159. The Supreme Court of Hongkong may take cognizance of offences committed by British subjects within the peninsula' of Macao, and of suits originating there, when the party offending or the party sued comes or is found within the jurisdiction of that Court; but that Court shall not have power to issue any warrant or writ to be executed or served within that peninsula,

160, Save as expressly provided by this Order, all jurisdiction power and authority of the Supreme Court of Hongkong exerciseable in relation to British subjects resident in or resorting to China or Japan shall, from the commencement of this Order, absolutely cease. XXL-REPEALS.

161. From and immediately after the commencement of this Order, the Orders in Conneil aud Consular Ordinances described in the Schedule to this Order shall be repealed; but this repeal shall not affect the pas, operation of any such Order or Ordinance, or any appointment madet or thing done, or right, title, obligation, or liability acquired or accrued thereunder before the commencement of this Order.

XXII. PENding ProceeDINGS.

162. Nothing in this Order or in any Rules made under it shall apply to or in any manner affect any suit or proceeding, either of a civil or of a criminal nature, pending at the commencement of this Order, either with reference to the original proceedings therein, or with reference to any appeal therein, or otherwise, subject, nevertheless, to the following provisions and qualifications:-

(1.) All suits and proceedings, whether of a civil or of a criminal nature, instituted or taken before the commencement of this Order in the district of the Consulate of Shanghai, and pending at the commencement of this Order, are hereby transferred to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, and the same may

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be carried on and shall be tried, heard, and determined in and by the Supreme Court in like manner as nearly as may be in all respects as if the same had been instituted or taken in the district of the Consulate of Shanghai after the commencement of this Order.

suite.

(2.) In any suit or proceeding, whether of a civil or of a criminal nature, the Court before which the same is pending at the commencement of this Order, after hearing the parties, either of its own motion, or on the application of either party, or by consent, may if it seems fit, from time to time direct that the procedure and practice prescribed by this Order, or by any Rule made under it, be followed in any respect. 163. Nothing in this Order shall take away any right of appeal of Appeals in pending any suit of a civil nature pending at the commencement of this Order, --or interfere with the bringing or prosecution of any appeal in any such suit that might have been brought or prosecuted if this Order had not been made,- -or take away or abridge any jurisdiction, power, or authority of ally Court, Judge, Officer or person in relation to any appeal in any such suit, or to the execution or enforcement of any judgment, decree, or order made before or after the commencement of this Order, in or respecting any appeal in any such suit;-and, notwithstanding this Order, any appeal in any such suit shall lie and may be brought and prosecuted, and any such judgment, decrce, or order may be made, executed, and enforced in like manner and with the like effect and consequences in all respects as if this Order had not been made, subject only to this qualification; that in case of any appeal which, if this Order had not been made, would have lain to or been heard and determined by the Chief Superintendent, or to or by Her Majesty's Consul-General in Japan, the same shal! W to and be heard and determined by the Supreme Court in a like course of procedure as nearly as may be in all respects as if this Order had not been made.

XXIII.-COMMENCEMENT AND PUBLICATIon of Order.

164. This Order shall commence and have effect as follows:- (1.) As to the making of any warrant or appointment under this Order,-immediately from and after the making of this Order: (2.) As to the framing of Rules by the Judge of the Supreme Court and the approval thereof by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State,―mmediately from and after the first appointment under this order of a Judge of the Supreme Court:

(3.) As to all other matters and provisions comprised and contained in this Order,-immediately from and after the expiration of one month after this Order is first exhibited in the public Office of Her Majesty's Consul at Shanghai; for which purpose Her Majesty's Consul at Shanghai is hereby required forthwith, on receipt by him of a copy of this Order, to affix and exhibit the same conspicuously in his public Office, and he is also hereby required to keep the same so affixed and exhibited during one month from the first exhibition thereof; and of the time of such first exhibition notice shall, as soon thereafter as practicable, be published in every Consular District in China and Japan, in such manner as Her Majesty's Ministers there respectively direct;

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of the said month shall be deemed to be the time of the commencement of this Order.

165. A copy of this Order shall be kept exhibited conspicuously in each Court and Consulate in China and in Japan.

Printed copies shall be provided and sold at such reasonable price as Her Majesty's Minister in China directs.

And the Right Honourable the Earl Russell, and the Right Honourable Edward Cardwell, two of Her Majesty's Principal Secre- taries of State, and the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively appertain.

(Signed,)

EDMUND HARRISON.

The SCHEDULE to which the foregoing Order refers.

Orders in Council Repealed

CHINA.

JAPAN.

9, DECEMBER 1833 (Two Orders.)

23, JANUARY

4, JANUARY

1843

24, FEBRUARY 1843

2, OCTOBER

1843

1860

4, FEBRUARY 1161 12, SEPTEMBER 1863 7, JANUARY 1864

17, APRIL

1844

13, JUNE

1853

2, FEBRUARY 1857

3, MARCH 1859

12, SEPTEMBER 1863

9. JULY

1864

Consular Ordinances Repraled.

No. 1.-19, JANUARY 1854.

Deserters.

No. 2.

31,

MARCH 1854.

No. 1.

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1855.

Lunatics; Coroner. Neutrality.

No. 1.

5, MARCH

1856.

Insolvents

No. 2.---29, MAY

1856.

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     Framed under the Order of Her Majesty in Council of the 9th day of March, 1865, by the Judge of Her Majesty's Supreme Court," and

Approved by One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of Staté.

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Dated the 14th day of May, 1865.

CONTENTS.

I-DECISION OF QUESTIONS WITHOUT FORMAL SUIT:-

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II. SUMMARY PROCEDURE FOR CLAIMS UNDER 100

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PROCEDURE FOR ADMINISTRATION OF

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IV.-SUMMARY PROCEDURE ON BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND

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43. Defence on ground of Law,

44. Answer,

49. Specified Answer,

50. Interrogatories,

51. Oath,...

52. Tender,..

53. Set-off,

54. Payment into Court,

55. Counter-claim, ...

56. Proceedings after answer, 58. Settlement of Issues,

59. Reference of Account,

60. Setting down of Case for Hearing,

64. Dismissal for want of Prosecution, 65. Postponement of Hearing,

66. Hearing List and Hearing Paper, 71. Sittings of Court,

75. Hearing,

81. Jury,...

84. Proceeding at the Hearing,

95. Judgment,

99. Special Case,

100. Rehearing. New Trial,

105. Decrees and Orders,

116. Execution of Decrees and Orders,

119. Stay of Execution,

120. Seizure and Sale of Goods,

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137. Execution out of Jurisdiction,. 138. Arrest,..

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140. Sequestration,

141. Commitment for Disobedience,

VI.-INTERLOCUTORY PROCEEDINGS.

145. Motions,

151. Orders to show Cause,

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184. Proceedings on Death,

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XI.-AFFIDAVITS AND OTHER EVIDENCE:-

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243. Other Evidence,

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247. Oath,..

248. Admission of Documents,

XII.-MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS:-

249. Attorneys and Agents,

252. Proceedings by or against Partnerships, 253. Plaintiff out of Jurisdiction,

254. Service,

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261. Absconding Defendant,

262. Costs,

264. Paupers,

268. Computation of Time,

272. Supplemental Statement,

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275. Amendment,

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276. Power of Court as to Time,... 278. Guardian for purposes of Suit,

XIII.-CRIMINAL MATTERS:-

I.-In General:

282. Summons,

283. Warrant,

284. Search Warrant,

285. Witnesses,

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291. Preliminary Examination,

296. Statement of Accused,

298. Publicity,

299. Recognizance to prosecute or give Evidence,

300. Remand,

301. Commitnient

302. Bail,

306. Privileges of Accused,

307. Preparations for Trial,. 308. Indictment,

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311. Hearing,

320. Adjournment,

321. Decision,

322. Conviction,

323. Dismissal,

324. Costa,

326. Execution of Conviction or Order of Dismissal,. .

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Forms,

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Rules of Hor Britannic Majesty's Supreme Court,

and other Courts in China Japan.

     Franed under the Order of Her Majesty in council of the 9th day of March, 1865, by the Judge of Her Majesty's Supreme Court, and

Approved by One of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State.

Dated the 4th day of May, 1865.

1.--DECISION OF QUESTIONS Without Formal Suit. Questions of Fact.

1. Where the parties between whom a suit might be instituted are In what cases this agreed as to any question of fact to be determined between them, they proceeding applicable, may by consent and by order of the Supreme Court or other Court on summons,-which order the Court may make on being satisfied that the parties have a real interest in the determination of such question, and that the same is fit to be tried,--proceed to the trial of any question of fact without any petition presented or other pleading.

     2. Such question may be stated for trial in an issue (Form 1.), and Issue. such issue may be set down for trial, and tried accordingly, as if the question stated were to be determined at the hearing of an ordinary suit.

3. The parties may, if they think fit, enter into an agreement in Money payment, writing, which shall be embodied in an order of the Court, that on the finding of the Court in the affirmative or negative of such issue, a sum of money, fixed in the agreement, or to be ascertained by the Court upon a question inserted in the issue for that purpose, shall be paid by one of the parties to the other, with or without any costs.

On the finding of the Court in any such issue a decree may be entered for the sum so agreed or ascertained, with or without costs, as the case may be.

4. Where no agreement is entered into as to costs, the costs of the cost.

whole proceedings shall be in the discretion of the Court.

     5. The issue and proceedings and decree shall be recorded, and the Effect of decres, decree shall have the same effect as a decree in a contested suit.

Question of Law,

6. Where the parties between whom a suit might be instituted In what cases, are agreed as to any question of law to be determined between them, they may by consent and by order of the Supreme or other Court on summons, which order the Court may make on being satisfied that the parties have a real interest in the determination of such qeustion, and

Special case for Supreme Court,

Money payment.

Cost.

Decree.

In what caseo.

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that the same is fit to be determined,-state any question of law in a special case for the opinion of the Supreme Court, without any petition presented or other pleading.

Where the case is stated under order of a Provincial Court, the Court shall send the case to the Supreme Court; and the Supreme Court may direct the case to be re-stated or to be amended, or may refuse to determine the same if the facts are not sufficiently stated, or if the question thereon is not properly raised, or if the parties cannot agree on an amended case; and may draw inferences of fact from the facts stated in the case.

7. The parties may, if they think fit, enter into an agreement in writing, (which shall be embodied in the order for stating the special case or in some subsequent order), that upon the judgment of the Supreme Court being given in the affirmative or negative of the questions of law raised by the special case, a sum of money fixed in the agreement or to be ascertained by the Supreme Court, or in such manner as it may direct, shall be paid by one of the parties to the other, with or without any costs. On the judgment of the Supreme Court, decree of the Supreme Court, or of the Provincial Court under whose order the case was stated (as the case may be) may be entered for the sum so agreed or ascertained with or without costs, as the case may be,

8. Where no agreement is entered into as to costs, the costs of the whole proceedings shall be in the discretion of the Supreme Court.

9. The special case and proceedings and decree shall be recorded, and the decree shall have the same effect as a decree in a contested suit. II-SUMMARY Procedure FOR CLAIMS UNDER 100 Dollars.

10. Where the claim which any person desires to enforce by pro- ccedings in the Court relates to money, goods, or other property, or any matter at issue, of a less amount or value than 100 dollars,--or is for the recovery of damages of a less amount than 100 dollars,-proceedings shall be commenced by sunimons (Form 2.), and the suit shall be heard and determined in a summary way.

11. The summons shall issue without application in writing. It shall be addressed to the defendant or defendants against whom the claim is made.

It shall state briefly and clearly the nature and particulars of the claim and the amount sought to be recovered.

It shall be served on the defendant or defendants within the time and in the manner directed by the Court.

A defendant shall not be bound to attend personally to answer the summons unless required expressly by the summons so to do, but he must attend personally if summoned as a witness.

The provisions of these Rules, relative to suits for sums of 700 dollars and upwards, shall be applicable mutatis mataudis to suits for sums of less than 100 dollars, and shall be so applied accordingly, (except so far as the Court may in any case for the avoiding of delay and furtherance of substantial justice think fit otherwise to direct,) and particularly as to the matters following:

The service of summonses, notices, and orders.

The summoning of witnesses.

The taking of evidence.

The postponement or adjournment of the hearing.

The allowance of costs.

The contents and effect of orders and the enforcement thereof.

The recording of the proceedings.

The mode of appeal.

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     12. Where either on the application for a summons or before or at Power of Court to direa the hearing thereof, it appears to the Court (for reasons to be recorded * petition,

in the minutes of proceedings) that the nature and circumstances of the case render it unjust or inexpedient to hear and determine the claim in a summary way, the Court may direct proceedings to be taken and carried on by petition as in suits for sums of 100 dollars and upwards. III.-SUMMARY PROCEDURE FOR ADMINISTRATION OF

PROPERTY OF Deceased PERSONS.

     13. Any person claiming to be a creditor of a legatee, or the next In what caves. of kin, or one of the next of kin, of a deceased person, may apply for and obtain, as of course, without petition filed or other preliminary proceeding, a summons from the Court (Form 3.) requiring the executor or administrator (as the case may be) of the deceased to attend before the Court and show cause why an order for the administration of the property of the deceased should not be made.

     14. On proof of due service of the summons, or on the appearance Order. of the executor or administrator in person, or by counsel or attorney, and on proof of such other things (if any) as the Court requires, the Court may, if in its discretion it thinks fit so to do, make an immediate order for the administration of the property of the deceased; and the order so made shall have the force of a decree to the like effect made on the hearing of a cause between the same parties.

     The Court shall have full discretionary power to make or refuse such order, or to give any special directions respecting the carriage or execution of it, and in the case of applications for such an order by two or more different persons or classes of persons to grant the same to such one or more of the claimants or classes of claimants as the Court thinks fit.

If the Court thinks fit the carriage of the order may subsequently

be given to such person and on such terms as the Court directs.

     15. On making such an order or at any time afterwards the Court Custody of property, may, if it thinks fit, make any such further or other order as seeins expedient for compelling the executor or administrator to bring into Court for safe custody all or any part of the money, or securities, or other property of the deceased froin time to time coming to the hands of the executor or administrator, or such other order as seems expedient for the safe keeping of the property of the deceased, or any part thereof, until it can be duly administered under the direction of the Court for the benefit of all persons interested.

16. If the extreme urgency or other peculiar circumstances of any Proceedings ez officios. case appear to the Court so to require, the Court may issue such a summons and make such an order or such orders as aforesaid, and may cause proper proceedings to be taken thereon, of its own motion ex officio, or on the information of any officer of the Court, and without any such application by a creditor or legatec, the next of kin, or one of the next of kin, as is before mentioned.

17. The reasons of the Court for making any order under the Minute of reasons present provisions shall be recorded in the minutes of proceedings.

IV. SUMMARY PROCEDURE ON BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND

PROMISEORY NOTES.

     18. Suits on bills of exchange or promissory notes, instituted In what cases, within six months after the same become due and payable, may be commenced by summons (Form 4.), and may be heard and determined in a summary way as herein-after is provided.

Leave to defend, when.

Decree.

    Proceedings after degree.

Deposit of bill

Security for costs.

Holder's expenses,

One surmons against all

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Appeal.

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19. The Court shall, on application within seven days from the service of the summons, give the defendant leave to defend the suit on his paying into Court the sum indorsed, or on evidence on oath showing to the satisfaction of the Court a good legal or equitable defence, or such facts as would make it incumbent on the holder to prove con- sideration, or such other facts as the Court deems sufficient to support the application, and on such terms as to security and other things as to the Court seems fit; and in that case the Court may direct proceedings to be taken and carried on by petition in the ordinary way.

20. If the defendant does not so obtain leave to defend, the plaintiff, on proof of due service of the summons, shall be entitled as of course at any time after the expiration of such seven days to an immediate absolute decree for any sum not exceeding the sum indorsed on the summons, together with interest at the rate specified (if any) to the date of the decree, and a sum for costs to be fixed by the Court in the decrec.

21. After decree the Court may, under special circumstances, set aside the deerce, and may, if necessary, set aside execution, and may give leave to defend the suit if it appears to the Court reasonable so to do, and on such terms as to the Court may seem just, the reasons for any such order being recorded in the minutes of proceedings.

22. In any proceedings under the present provisions, it shall be competent to the Court to order the bill or note sought to be pro- ceeded on to be forthwith deposited in the Court, and further to order that all proceedings be stayed until the plaintiff gives security for

costs.

23. The holder of a dishonoured bill or note shall have the same remedies for recovery of the expenses incurred in the noting of the same for non-acceptance or non-payment, or incured otherwise by reason of the dishonour, as he has under the present provisions for recovery of the amount of the bill or note.

24. The holder of a bill or note may, if he thinks fit, obtain one summons under the present provisions against all or any of the parties to the bill or note; and such summons shall be the commencement of a suit or suits against the parties therein named respectively; and all subsequent proceedings against such respective parties shall be carried on, as far as may be, as if separate summonses had issued.

But the summons or its indorsement must set forth the claims against the parties respectively, according to their respective alleged liabilities, with sufficient precision and certainty to enable each defend- ant to set up any defence on which he individually may desire to rely. 25. An appeal from a Provincial Court to the Supreme Court in respect of any decision, decree, or order given or made in any such suit does not lie, except by special leave.

V.-SUITS FOR SUMS OF 100 DOLLARS AND UPWARDS.

Petition.

26. Subject to the foregoing provisions, where the claim which any person desires to enforce by proceedings in the Court relates to money, goods, or other property of the amount or value of 100 dollars or upwards, -or relates to or involves directly or indirectly a question respecting any matter at issue, of the amount or value of 100 dollars or upwards, or is for the recovery of damages of the amount of 100' dollars or upwards,-proceedings shall be commenced by the filing of a petition (Forin 5.)

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    27. The petition shall contain a narrative of the material facts, Contents of petition. matters, and circumstances on which the plaintiff relies, such narrative being divided into paragraphs numbered consecutively, each paragraph containing, as nearly as may be, a separate and distinct statement or allegation, and shall pray specifically for the relief to which the plain- tiff may conceive himself entitled, and also for general relief.

The petition must be as brief as may be consistent with a clear statement of the facts on which the prayer is sought to be supported, and with information to the defendant of the nature of the claim set up.

Documents must not be unnecessarily set out in the petition in hæc verba, but so much only of them as is pertinent and material may be set out, or the effect and substance of so much only of them as is pertinent and material may be given, without needless prolixity.

Dates and sums shall be expressed in figures and not in words. The petition may not contain any statement of the mere evidence by which the facts alleged are intended to be proved, and may not contain any argument of law.

    The facts material to the establishment of the plaintiff's right to recover shall be alleged positively, briefly, and as clearly as may be, so as to enable the defendant by his answer either to admit or deny any one or more of the material allegations, or else to admit the truth of any or all of the allegations, but to set forth some other substantive matter in his answer, by reason of which he intends to contend that the right of the plaintill to recover or to any relief capable of being granted on the petition has not yet accrued, or is released or barred or otherwise

gone.

Particulars of Demand.

    23. Where the plaintiff's claim is for money payable in respect of in what cases, any contract express or implied, -or to recover the possession or the value of any goods wrongfully taken and detained or wrongfully detained by the defendant from the plaintiff,-it shall be sufficient for the plaintiff to state his claim in the petition in a general form, and to annex to the petition a Schedule stating the particulars of his demand, in any form which shall give the defendant reasonably sufficient information as to the details of the claim.

    An application for further or better particulars may be made by the defendant before answer, on summons.

    The plaintiff shall not at the bearing obtain a decree for any sum Effect of particulars. exceeding that stated in the particulars, except for subsequent interest

and the costs of suit, notwithstanding that the sum claimed in the

petition for debt or damages exceeds the sum stated in the particulars,

Particulars of demand shall not be amended except by leave of Amendment. the Court; and the Court may, on any application for leave to amend grant the same on its appearing that the defendant will not be preju- diced by amendment. Otherwise the Court may refuse leave or graut the same on such terms as to notice, postponement of trial, or costs, as justice requires.

    Any variance between the items contained in the particulars and Varianes. the items proved at the hearing may be amended at the hearing either at once or ou such terins as to notice, adjournment, or costs as justice requires.

    Where particulars are amended by leave of the Court or where Time. further or better particulars are ordered to be given, the order shall state the time within which the amendment is to be made or the

In what cases.

Inspection.

   On application of Defendant,

Costa.

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further or better particulars are to be given; and the order for service of the amended or further or better particulars shall state the time which the defendant is to have to put in his answer.

Papers Annexed.

29. Where the plaintiff seeks (in addition to or without any order for the payment of money by the defendant) to obtain, as against any person, any general or special declaration by the Court of his rights under any contract or instrument,- or to set aside any contract,-or to have any bond, bill, note, or instrument in writing delivered up to be cancelled,--or to restrain any defendant by injunction,-or to have any account taken between himself and any other or others,--and in such other cases as the nature of the circumstances makes it necessary or expedient, the plaintiff in his petition may refer to and briefly describe any papers or documents on the contents of which he intends to rely, and may annex copies of such papers or documents to the petition, where such papers or documents are brief, or may state any reason for not annexing copies of such papers or documents, or any of them respectively (as their length, possession of copies by the defend- ant, loss, inability to procure copies,) that he may have to allege. The plaintiff shall, in his petition, offer to allow the defendant to inspect such papers and documents as aforesaid, or such of them as are in his possession or power.

Amendment.

30. Any plaintiff not giving sufficient information to enable the defendant reasonably to understand the nature and particulars of the claim set up against him may be ordered, on the application of the defendant before answer, to amend his petition.

The plaintiff may be ordered to annex copies of, or produce for inspection, such papers or documents in his possession or power as he has referred to in the petition, and as the defendant is entitled to inspect for the purposes of the suit.

The Court may in such cases make such order as to costs as justice requires, and stay proceedings until the order is complied with. 31. If any petition contains libellous or needlessly offensive expressions, the Court may, either of its own motion before service thereof, or on the application of the defendant, order the petition to be amended, and make such order as to costs as justice requires.

32. A petition may be amended at any time before answer by application of Plaintiff. leave of the Court, obtained ex parte.

Effect of petition.

Suit on behalf of others.

Notice of the amendment shall be given to the defendant within such time and in such manner as the Court directs.

Equity.

33. Every petition is to be taken to imply an offer to do equity in the matter of the suit commenced by it, and to admit of any equitable defence, and, on the other hand, to enable the plaintiff to obtain at the hearing any such equitable relief as he may appear entitled to from the facts stated and proved, though not specifically asked, if it may be granted without hardship to the defendant.

Parties.

34. Persons entitled to suc and suing on behalf of others, as guardians, executors, or administrators,-or on behalf of themselves and others, as creditors in a suit for administration,-must state the character in which they sue.

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35. All persons having a joint cause of suit against any defendant Joint cause of suit, ought ordinarily to be parties to the suit.

demand.

36. Where the plaintiff has a joint and several demand against Joint and several several persons, either as principals or as sureties, it is not necessary for him to bring before the Court as parties to a suit concerning such demand all the persons liable thereto, but he may proceed against one or more of the persons severally liable.

mis-joinder.

    37. If it appears before or at the hearing that any person not joined Non-joinder or as plaintiff or as defendant ought to be so joined,-or that any person joined as plaintiff or as defendant ought not to be so joined,-the Court may order the petition to be amended, with liberty to amend the other pleadings (if any), and on such terms as to time for answering, postponement or adjournment of hearing, and costs, as justice requires. But no person shall be so joined as plaintiff without satisfactory evidence to the Court of his consent thereto.

Nor shall the name of any plantiff be struck out unless it appears to the satisfaction of the Court either that he was originally joined as plaintiff without his consent, or that he consents to his name being struck out.

38. Where a plaintiff sues any person as agent for some other Defendant sued as agent. person, not seeking to fix such agent with any personal liability, the Court, on the fact coming to its knowledge, shall, if the person really sought to be fixed with liability is within the particular jurisdiction, forthwith order his name to be substituted, and stay proceedings until the order is complied with: But if he is not within the particular jurisdiction, shall refuse to proceed further in the matter, unless and until the person sued as agent undertakes, by writing under his hand, to defend the suit, and personally to satisfy any decree or order for debt or damages and costs therein.

In the latter case the person sued as agent shall further, within such time as the Court orders and before the hearing of the suit, procure and file with the proceedings a suflicient authority in writing from the party on whose behalf such agent is affecting to act, to substitute the name of the principal as defendafit for his own, and to defend the suit, or otherwise act in it on behalf of such principal.

Such agent shall not, however, be deemed discharged by such authority and substitution from his personal undertaking and liability to satisfy any decree or order in the suit, such authority and substitution being in all cases strictly required as a protection against collusive decrees which might affect absent persons.

    39. In case a petition states two or more distinct causes of suit, Distinct causes of suit in by and against the same parties, and in the same rights, the Court may, one petition.

  either before or at the hearing, if it appears incxpedient to try the different causes of suit together, order that different records be made up, and make such order as to adjournment and costs as justice requires.

    In case a petition states two or more distinct causes of suit, but not by and against the same parties, or by and against the same parties but not in the same rights, the petition may on the application of any

defendant be dismissed.

In case such application is made within the time for answer, the petition may be dismissed, with substantial costs to be paid by the plaintiff to the defendant making the application; but in case the application is not male within the time for answer, the petition, when the defect is brought to the notice of the Court, may be dismissed without costs, or on payment of Court fees only, as to the Court seems just.

Blaying proce"dings....

Number of copies.

Order for service.

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Defective Petition.

40. Where a petition is defective on the face of it by reason of non-compliance with any provision of these Rules, the Court may, either on application by a defendant or of its own motion, make an order to stay proceedings until the defect is remedied.

The Court shall, of its own motion, make an order to stay proceedings on a defective petition, where the defect is patent and serious, and comes to the knowledge of the Court before service of the petition on the defendant.

Copies for Service.

41. Where there is only one defendant, one copy of the petition, and of any schedule thereto, for service, is to be left with the Court, together with the original; where there are two or more defendants, as many copies as there are parties to be served are to be left together with the original.

Service of Petition.

42. The plaintiff on filing his petition must obtain an order for service of it on the defendant.

Every order for service shall specify a reasonable time after service, ordinarily not more than eight days, within which the defendant must put in his answer.

Defence on Ground of Law.

43. Where a defendant conceives that he has a good legal or answer being required, equitable defence to the petition, so that even if the allegations of fact in the petition were admitted or clearly established, yet the plaintiff would not be entitled to any decree against him (the defendant), he may raise this defence by a motion that the petition be dismissed without any answer being required from him.

Order.

Costa.

Further time to answer.

The motion paper shall be filed within the time allowed for putting in an answer.

It must state briefly the grounds of law on which the defendant intends to rely at the hearing of the motion.

The motion shall be heard and disposed of at as early a time as may be.

For the purposes of the motion the defendant shall be taken to admit the truth of the allegations of fact in the petition, and no evidence as to matters of fact or discussion of questions of fact shall be admitted at the hearing of the motion.

On hearing the motion the Court shall either dismiss the petition or order the defendant to put in an answer within a short time to be named in the order, and may give leave to the plaintiff to amend his petition if it appears requisite, and may impose such terms as justice requires.

Where, on the hearing of the motion, any grounds of law are urged in support of the motion beyond those stated in the motion paper, and the grounds stated therein are disallowed, the defendant shall be liable pay the same costs as if the motion were wholly refused, although the grounds of law newly urged are allowed, unless the Court thinks fit in any case to order otherwise.

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Answer.

44. The defendant may obtain further time of putting in his answer on summons, stating further time required, and the reasons why it is required.

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    The application when made, unless consented to, must be supported by affidavit or by oral evidence on oath, showing that there is reasonable ground for the application, and that it is not made for the purpose of

delay.

    45. Where a defendant does not put in any answer he shall not Effect of defeudant nok be taken as admitting the allegations of the petitiou, or the plaintiff's answering. right to the relief sought; and at the hearing (even though such defendant does not appear) the plaintiff must open his case, and adduce evidence in support of it, and také such judgment as to the Court appears just.

46. A defendant neglecting to put in an answer within the time or Leave to answer after further time allowed shall not be at liberty to put in any answer without time allowed. leave of the Court.

    The Court may grant such leave by order on the ex parte applica- tion of the defendant at any time before the plaintiff has set down the cause or applied to have it set down for hearing.

    Where the cause has been set down or the plaintiff bas applied to have it set down for hearing, the Court shall not grant such leave except on return of a summons to the plaintiff giving notice of the defendant's application, and on such terms as to costs and other matters as seem just.

answer.

47. The answer (Form 6,) shall show the nature of the defend- Form and contents of ant's defence to the claim set up by the petition, but may not set forth the evidence by which such defence is intended to be supported.

It should be clear and precise, and not introduce matter irrelevant to the suit, and the rules before laid down respecting the setting out of documents and the contents of a petition generally shall be observed in answer, mutatis mutundis.

    It must deny all such material allegations in the petition as the defendant intends to deny at the hearing.

    Where the answer denies an allegation of fact, it must deny it directly and not by way of negative pregnant: as (for example) where it is alleged that the defendant has received a sum of money, the answer must deny that he has received that sum or any part thereof, or else set forth what part he has received. And so, where a matter of fact is alleged in the petition, with certain circumstances, the answer must not deny it literally as it is alleged, but must answer the point of sub- stance positively and certainly.

The answer must specifically admit such material allegation in the petition as the defendant knows to be true or desires to be taken as admitted. Such admission, if plain and specific, will prevent the plaintiff from obtaining the cost of proving at the hearing any matters of fact so admitted.

All material allegations of fact admitted by a defendant shall be taken as established against him without proof thereof by the plaintiff at the hearing. But the plaintiff shall be bound to prove as against each defendant all allegations of fact not admitted by him, or not stated by him to be true to his belief.

     The answer must allege any matter of fact not stated in the petition on which the defendant relies in defence,as establishing for instance, fraud on the part of the plaintiff, or showing that the plain- tiff's right to recover, or to any relief capable of being granted on the petition, has not yet accrued, or is released or barred or otherwise gone.

      Elves of answer at bearing.

Bammons to compel.

Nature of answer.

Iz mod cases,

Power of Court to repaire

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48. The answer of a defendant shall not debar him at the hearing from disproving any allegation of the petition not admitted by his answer, or from giving evidence in support of a defence not expressly set up by the answer,-except where the defence is such as, in the opinion of the Court, ought to have been expressly set up by the answer, -or is inconsistent with the statements of the answer, or is in the opinion of the Court, likely to take the plaintiff by surprise, and to raise a fresh issue or fresh issues of fact or law not fairly arising out of the pleadings as they stand, and such as the plaintiff ought not to be then called upon to try,

Specific Answer.

49. Where the defendant does not auswer or puts in an answer amounting only to a general denial of the plainti's claim, the plaintiff may apply by summons for an order to compel him to answer specifi- cally to the several material allegations in the petition; and the Court if such allegations are briefly, positively, separately, and distinctly made, and it thinks that justice so requires, may graut such an order.

The defendant shall, within the time limited by such order, put in his answer accordingly, and shall therein answer the several material allegations in the petition either admitting or denying the truth of such allegations seriatim, as the truth or falsehood of each is within his knowledge, or (as the case may be) stating as to any one or more of the allegations that he does not know whether such allegation or allegations is or are true or otherwise,

The defendant so answering may also set up by such answer any defence to the suit, and may explain away the effect of any admission therein made by any other allegation of facts.

Interrogatories.

50. Where an answer so put in, fails substantially to comply with the terms of the order, by reason of any one or more of the material allegations not being either denied or admitted thereby, or not being met by a statement in the answer that the defendant does not know whether such allegation or allegations is or are true or otherwise, the plaintiff may apply to the Court to examine the defendant on written interrogatories; and the Court may, if it sees fit, examine the defendant accordingly on written interrogatories, allowed by the Court, and embodying material allegations of the petition in an interrogative form, and may reduce the auswers of the defendant to writing.

Such answers shall be taken for the purposes of the suit to be a part of the defendant's answer to the petition

Outh.

51. The Court may, where the circumstances of the case appear to require it, order the defendant to put in an answer on oath.

Tender.

52. A defence alleging tender by the defendant must be accom- panied by payment into Court of the amount alleged to have been tendered.

Sel-off.

53. A defence of set-off to a claim for money, whether in debt or in damages, must be accompanied by a statement of particulars of set-off; and if pleaded as a sole defence, unless extending to the whole amount of the plaintiff's claim, must also be accompanied by payment into

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  Court of the amount to which, on the defendant's showing, the Payment into Court, plaintiff, is entitled; and in default of such payment the defendant Costs. shall be liable to bear the costs of the suit, even if he succeeds in his defence to the extent of the set-off pleaded,

    Where a defendant in his answer raises a defence by way of set-off Cross suit, which, in the opinion of the Court, is not admissable as set-off, the Court may either before or at the hearing, on his application, give him liberty to withdraw such defence and to file a cross petition, and may make such order for the hearing of the suit and cross suit together or otherwise, on such terms as to costs and other matters as seem just.

Payment into Court,

54. Payment into Court by the defendant must be accompanied Answer, by an answer. The answer must state distinctly that the money paid in is paid in satisfaction of the plaintiff's claim generally, or (as the case may be) in satisfaction of some specific part of the plaintiff's claim, where the claim is stated in the petition for distinct sums or in respect of distinct matters.

    Payment into Court, whether made in satisfaction of the plaintiff's Effect. claim generally or in satisfaction of some specific part thereof, operates as an admission of liability to the extent of the amount paid in and no

more, and for no other purpose.

out

Where the defendant pays money into Court the plaintiff shall be Acceptanos by plaintiff, at liberty to accept the same in full satisfaction and discharge of the cause of suit in respect of which it is paid in; and in that case the plaintiff may forthwith apply by motion for payment of the money of Court to him; and on the hearing of the motion the Court shall make such order as to stay of further proceedings in the suit in whole or in part, and as to costs and other matters, as seems jást.

    If the plaintiff does not so apply he shall be considered as insisting Non-acceptanos, that he has sustained damages to a greater amount,-or (as the case may be) that the defendant was and is indebted to him in a greater amount,than the sum paid in; and in that case the Court, in determining the suit and disposing of costs at the hearing, shall have Costs. regard to the fact of the payment into Court having been made and not accepted.

Counter-claim.

Suit.

    55. Where a defendant in his answer raises any specific defence, Cross petition in same and it appears to the Court that on such defences being established he may be entitled to relief against the plaintiff in respect of the subject- matter of the suit, the Court may, on the application of the defendant either before or at the hearing, if under the circumstance of any case it thinks fit, give liberty to him to file a counter-claim by a cross- petition in the same suit, asking for relief against the plaintiff, and may make such order for the hearing of the suit and counter-claim together or otherwise, and in such manner and on such terms as to costs and other matters as seems just, and may, if in any case it seems fit, require the plaintiff to give security to the satisfaction of the Court (by deposit or otherwise) to abide by and perform the decision of the Court on the counter-claim.

Proceedings after Answer.

56. No replication or other pleading after answer is allowed No pleading after except by special leave of the Court.

snswer,

     Amendment of petition after answer.

Before or at hearing

Amendment of pleadings.

Application vica voce;

on summom.

In what cases.

Order for setting down.

When plaintiff may apply.

      When and how far plaintiff to enter into evidence.

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57. Where the plaintiff considers the contents of the answer to be such as to render an amendment of the petition necessary or desirable, he may obtain ex-parte an order to amend the petition, on satisfying the Court that the amendment is not intended for the purpose of delay or vexation, but because it is considered to be material for the plaintiff's case.

Notice of the amendment shall be given to the defendant within such time and in such manner as the Court in each case directs.

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Settlement of Issues,

58. At any time before or at the hearing the Court may, if it thinks fit, on the application of any party or of its own motion, proceed to ascertain and determine what are the material questions in controversy between the parties, although the same are not distinctly or properly raised by the pleadings, and may reduce such questions into writing and settle them in the form of issues; which issues when settled may state questions of law on admitted facts; or questions of disputed fact, or questions partly of the one kind and partly of the other.

In settling issues the Court may order or allow the striking out or amendment of any pleading or part of a pleading so that the pleadings may finally correspond with the issues settled, and may order or allow the striking out or amendment of any pleading or part of a pleading that appears to be so framed as to prejudice, embarrass, or delay the trial of

the cause.

Where the application to the Court to settle issue is made at any stage of the proceedings at which all parties are actually present before the Court either in person or by counsel or attorney, or at the hearing, the application may be made viva voce, and may be disposed of at once, otherwise the application must be made and disposed of on summons,

Reference of Account.

59. Where it appears to the Court at any time after suit instituted, that the question in dispute relates either wholly or in part to matters of more account, the Court may, according to the amount of public business pending, either decide such question in a summary way, or order that it be referred either wholly or in part to some person agreed on by the parties, or in case of their non-agreement, appointed by the Court.

The referee shall enter into the account and hear evidence and report on it to the Court, according to the order; and the Court after hearing the parties may adopt the conclusions of the report either wholly or in part, or may direct a further report to be made by the referee, and may grant any necessary adjournment for that purpose.

Selling down of Cause for Hearing.

60. No cause can be set down for hearing without order of the Court first obtained.

61. At the expiration of the time allowed for answering, the plain- tiff may apply ex parte for an order to set down the cause for hearing.

62. Where the defendant has put in an answer, the plaintiff must carefully consider the answer, and, if he finds that upon the answer alone there is sufficient ground for a final decree or order, be must proceed upon the answer without entering into evidence preparatory to or at the hearing.

Or if it is needful to prove a particular point, he must not enter- into evidence as to other points that are not necessary to be proved.

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      In the first case, if he enters into evidence at all, and in the second case, if he enters into evidence as to such other points, he renders himself liable to pay the costs thereof.

on application of

63. An order to set down the cause may be made on the applica- Order for setting down i tion of the defendant by summons, if it appears to the Court, having defendant. regard to the state of the pleadings, that the cause is ready to be heard and that there has been delay on the part of the plaintiff in obtaining an order for setting down the cause, for which the plaintiff has no reason- able excuse, (as the absence or illness of a material witness,) and that the defendant is prejudiced or may reasonably be expected to be pre- judiced by such delay.

Dismissal for want of prosecution.

64. Where the plaintiff does not obtain on order for setting down In what cases, the cause within three months from the time at which he might first

apply for such an order, the defendant may apply by motion for an order to dismiss the petition for want of prosecution.

On such application, the Court may if it thinks fit, make an order dismissing the petition, or make such other order, or impose such terms as the Court thinks just and reasonable.

Postponement of Hearing.

65. The Court may at any time on a summons taken out by any In what cases, party postpone the hearing of a cause set down, on being satisfied by evidence on oath that the postponement will have the effect of better ensuring the hearing and determination of the questions between the parties on the merits.

     Where such an application is made on the ground of the absence of a witness, the Court shall require to be satisfied that his evidence is material, and that he is likely to return and give evidence within a reasonable time.

Where such an application is made for the purpose of enabling the party applying to obtain the evidence of a witness resident out of the particular jurisdiction, the Court shall require to be satisfied that the evidence of the witness is material, and that he is likely to give evidence, and that he is permanently residing out of the jurisdiction, or does not intend to come within the jurisdiction within a reasonable time. The party making such application must also apply for an order for the examination of such witness out of the jurisdiction, or for leave to use an affidavit to be made by such witness as evidence at the hearing.

Hearing List and Hearing Paper.

    66. There shall be kept a General Hearing List for causes and a To be kept. Hearing Paper.

67 Where a canse is set down for hearing it shall be placed in Order of esases, the general hearing list, and shall be transferred to the hearing paper strictly in its turn and order, according as the general hearing list becomes exhausted.

     The regular order shall in no case be departed from without special direction,

     68. When a cause is about to be transferred from the general Notice to parties. hearing list to the hearing paper, notice shall be served on the parties (Form 7.); and unless the Court in any particular case directs other- wise, ten days shall be allowed between service of such notice and the day of hearing.

69. When any cause or matter has been specially directed by the causes taken out of karm.. Court to be heard on a particular day, or out of its ordinary turn, the

Adjournment.

On what days.

Publicity.

     Keeping witnesses out of Court,

Order of business at sittings.

Non-appearance of both parties.

     Non-appearance of plaintiff

Non-appearance of defendant.

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name of the cause or watter shall be placed in the hearing paper with the words "by order" subjoined.

70. In case of any adjournment of the hearing from the day ap- pointed in the hearing paper by reason of the preceding causes in the hearing paper not having been got through, or under any order of the Court made during the sitting on that day, no further notice to either party of the adjournment day shall be requisite; and the adjourment day shall, unless otherwise ordered by the Court, be the next ordinary Court day.

Sillings of Court.

71. The sittings of the ourt for the hearing of causes shall be, where the amount of public business so warrants, held on fixed and stated days.

The Court may, at its discretion, appoint any other day or days from time to time for the hearing of causes, as circumstances require.

72. The sittings of the Court for the hearing of causes shall ordinarily be public; but the Court may, for a reason to be specified by it on the minutes, hear any particular cause or matter in the presence only of the parties and their legal advisers and the officers of the Court.

73. On the application of either party at the commencement of the proceedings, or of its own motion, the Court may order witnesses on both sides to be kept out of Court until they have respectively given their evidence; but this rule does not extend to the parties themselves, or to their respective legal advisers, although intended to be called as witnesses.

74. Subject to special arrangements for any particular day, the business of the day shall be taken as nearly as circumstances permit in the following order:

(1.) At the commencement of the sitting, judgments shall be delivered in matters standing over for that purpose, and appearing for judgment in the paper;

(11.) Er parte motions and motions by consent shall next be taken, in the order in which the motion papers have been sent in :

(i) Opposed motions on notice, and arguments on showing cause against orders returnable on that day, shall then be taken, in the order in which these matters respectively stand in the hearing paper: (iv.) The causes in the hearing paper shall then be called on, in their order, unless the Court sees fit to vary the order.

Ilearing.

75. When a cause in the hearing paper has been called on, if neither party appears either in person or by counsel or attorney, the Court, on being satisfied that the plaintiff has received notice of the hearing, shall, unless, it sees good reason to the contrary, strike the cause out of the hearing paper.

76. If the plaintiff does not appear in person or by counsel or attorney, the Court, on being satisfied that the plaintiff has received notice of the hearing shall, unless it sees good reason to the contrary, strike out the cause, and make such order as to costs in favour of any defendant appearing as seems just.

77. If the plaintiff appears, but the defendant or any of the defend- ants does not appear, in person or by counsel or attorney, the Court shall, before hearing the cause, inquire into the service of the petition and of notice of hearing on the absent party or parties.

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     If not satisfied as to the service on every party, the Court shall direct that further service be made as it directs, and adjourn the hearing of the cause for that purpose.

      If satisfied that the defendant or the several defendants has or have been duly served with the petition and with notice of the hearing, the Court may proceed to hear the cause notwithstanding the absence of the defendant or any of the defendants, and may, on the evidence adduced by the plaintiff, give such Judgment as appears just. The Court, however, shall not be absolutely bound to do so, but may order the hearing to stand over to a further day, and direct fresh notice to be given to the defendant or defendants, in case justice seems to require an adjournment.

78. Where the Court hears a cause and gives Judgment in the Rehearing for defendant. absence of and against any defendant, it may afterwards if it thinks fit, on such terms as seem just, set aside the deerce and rehear the cause, on its being established by evidence on oath to the satisfaction of the Court that the defendant's absence was not wilful, and that he has a defence upon the merits.

79. Where a cause is struck out by reason of the absence of the Restoration of cause to- plaintiff, it shall not be restored without leave of the Court, until it has list for plaintiff. been set down again at the bottom of the general hearing list, and been transferred in its regular turn to the hearing paper

80. Where a cause has been once struck out, and has been a second Non-appearance of time set down, and has come into the hearing paper, and on the day Flaintiff a second time, fixed for the hearing, the plaintiff having received due notice thereof, fails to appear either in person or by counsel or attorney when the cause is called on, the Court, on the application of the defendant, and if the non-appearance of the plaintiff appears to be wilful and intended to harass the defendant, or to be likely to prejudice the defendant by preventing the hearing and determination of the suit, may make an order on the plaintiff to show cause why a day should not be fixed for the peremptory hearing of the cause; and on the return to that order, if no cause or no sufficient cause be shown, the Court shall fix a day accordingly, upon such notice and other terms as seem just.

In case the plaintiff does not appear on the day so fixed, either in person or by counsel or attorney, the Court shall unless it sees good reason to the contrary, dismiss the petition, which dismissal shali have the same effect as a dismissal on the merits at the hearing.

Jury.

81. Notice of demand of a jury, or of application for a jury, must Time for demand of or be filed seven days at least before the day of hearing.

application for jury,

82. An appeal does not lie against the refusal of an application for Appeal,

& jury.

83. Where notice of demand of a jury has not been filed in due Adjournment for jury. time, or if at the hearing both parties desire a jury, the Court may, on

such terms as seem just, adjourn the hearing, in order that a jury mey

be summoned.

Proceeding at the Hearing.

84. The order of proceeding at the hearing of a cause shall be as Order of proceeding. follows:-

The plaintiff shall state the pleadings.

The party on whom the burden of proof is thrown by the nature

of the material issues or questions between the parties has the right to

begin: he shall address the Court and open his case

He shall then call his evidence and examine his witnesses in chief.

"CTOBACILmination and

examination

Notes of evidence.

· Dojection to evidence,

"Note of objection.

13 vigence by affidavit.

Admission of affidavit although to Crus

· examinain n.

|Documentary evidence.

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When the party beginning has concluded his evidence, he shall ask the other party if he intends to call evidence (in which terms is included evidence taken by affidavit or deposition, or under commission, and documentary evidence not already read or takeu as read); and if answered in the negative, he shall be entitled to sum up the evidenoo already given, and comment thereon ; but if answered in the affirmative, he shall wait for his general reply.

When the party beginning has concluded his case, the other party shall be at liberty to address the Court, and to call evidence, and to sum up and comment thereon,

If no evidence is called or read by the latter party, the party beginning, (saving the right of the Crown,) shall have no right to reply, unless he has been prevented from summing up his case by the statement of the other party of his intention to call evidence.

The case on both sides shall then be considered closed.

If the party opposed to the party beginning calls or reads evidence, the party beginning shall be at liberty to reply generally on the whole case, or he may call fresh evidence in reply to the evidence given on the other side, on points material to the determination of the issues, or any of them, but not on collateral matters.

Where evidence in reply is tendered, and allowed to be given, the party against whom the sanie has been adduced shall be at liberty to address the Court, and the party beginning shall be entitled to the general reply.

85. Each witness, after examiration in chief, shall be subject to cross-examination by the other party, and to examination by the party calling him, and after re-exam ́nation may be questioned by the Court, and shall not be recalled or further questioned save through and by leave of the Court.

86. The Court shall take a note of the substance of the vira voce evidence in a narrative form, but shall put down the terms of any particular question or answer, if there appears any special reason for doing so.

No person shall be entitled as of right, at any time or for any purpose, to inspection or a copy of the Court's notes.

87. All objections to evidence must be taken at the time the question objected to is put, or, in case of written evidence, when the same is about to be put in, and must me argued and decided at the time.

88. Where a question put to a witness is objected to, the Court, unless the objection appears frivolous shall take a note of the question and objection, if required by either party, and shall mention on the notes whether the question was allowed to be put or not, and the answer to it, if put.

89. Where any evidence is by affidavit, or has been taken by commission, or ou deposition, the party adducing the same may read and comment on it, either immediately after his opening, or after the vică roce evidence on his part has been concluded.

90. The Court may, in its discretion, if the interest of justice appear absolutely so to require (for reasons to be recorded in the minutes of proceedings), admit an affidavit in evidence, although it is shown that the party against whom the affidavit is offered in evidence had no opportunity of cross-examining the person making the affidavit, on such terms, if any, as seem just.

91. Dacumentary evidence must be put in and read, or taken as read by consent.

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     Every document put in evidence shall be marked by the Court at the time, and shall be retained by the Court during the hearing, and returned to the party who put it in, or from whose custody it came, immediately after the judgment, unless it is impounded by order of the Court.

92. Where the evidence adduced at the hearing varies substantially Variance of evidence, from the allegations of the respective parties in the pleading, it shall be in the discretion of the Court to allow the pleadings to be amended.

93. The Court may allow such amendment on such terms as to amendments. adjournment, costs, and other things as seem just so as to avoid surprise and injury to any party; but all amendments necessary for the determination in the existing suit of the real question in controversy between the parties shall be made if duly applied for,

fair trial.

94. The Court may at the hearing order or allow, on such terms Pleadings prejudicing as seem just, the striking out or amendment of any pleading that appears so framed as to prejudice, embarrass, or delay the fair trial of the real questions in controversy between the parties.

Judgment.

95. Decisions and judgments shall be delivered or read in open Publicity. court in presence of the parties and their legal advisers.

96. If the judgment of the Court is reserved at the hearing, partics Summons to hear

                                                   judgment, to the suit shall be summoned to hear judgment, unless the Court at

the hearing states the day on which judgment will be delivered, in which case no summons to hear judgment shall be issued.

97. All parties shall be deemed to have notice of any decision or Notice to parties of judgment, if the same is pronounced at the hearing of the application or suit.

     All parties duly served with notice to attend and hear judgment shall be deemed to have notice of the judgment when pronounced.

judgment.

     98. A minute of every judgment, whether final or interlocutory, Minate of judgment, shall be made, on which the deeree or order may be drawn up on the application of any of the parties.

Special Case.

99. Any decision or judgment may be given, or verdict taken, Decision, judgment, or subject to a special case to be stated for the opinion of the Supreme Court.

Rehearing, New Trial.

verdict subject to special cases.

     100. The Court may, in any case, on such terms as seem just, General power of Court order a rehearing or new trial, with a stop of proceedings,

as to rehearing or new trial.

101. An application for a new trial may be made and determined Time for application on the day of hearing, if all parties are present, or on notice of motion, for new trial filed not later than 14 days after the hearing.

Such notice shall not of itself operate as a stay of proceedings;

but any money in Court in the suit shall be retained to abide the result

of the motion or the further order of the Court.

     After the expiration of such 14 days an application for a new trial shall not be admitted, except by special leave of the Court, on such terms as seem just.

ou new trial.

102. On an order for rehearing or new trial, either party may Jury may be demanded demand a jury for the second trial, though the first was not with a jury.

103. The Court may, if it thinks fit, make it a condition of granting Court may order jury.

a rehearing or new trial that the trial shall be with a jury.

ordered for second tria).

104. Where the Supreme Court, or appeal from a Court where On appeal jury may be trial with a jury can be had, thinks fit to direct a rehearing in the Court below, it may direct that the second trial shall be with a jury.

Date of decree or order.

Drawing up of decree or order.

Certifled copies.

Be parte orders.

Statement of time in decree or order.

Immediate payment.

Indorsement on decree or order for

money payment.

~ør for other act.

nstalments.

     How payment to be made.

      Enforcement of order by or against persons mot parties to suit.

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Decrees and Orders.

105. A decree or order shall bear date of the day on which the decision or judgment on which the decree or order is founded, is pronounced.

106. Decrees and orders shall be drawn up in form only on the application of some party to the suit, and shall then be passed, certified by the seal of the Court, and entered, and shall then form part of the record.

No decree or order shall be enforced or appealed from, nor shall any copy thereof be granted, until it has been so drawn up, passed, and

entered.

107. Any party to the suit is entitled to obtain a copy of a decree or order, when drawn up, passed, and entered, such copy to be certified under the seal of the Court.

108. Where an order is made ex parte, a certified copy of the affidavit or deposition on which the order is granted must be served on the party affected by the order, together with the order.

109. Where in any suit or matter a decree or order directs any person to pay money or do any other act, the same or some subsequent decree or order shall state the precise time within which the payment or other act is to be made or done, reckoned from the date or from the service of the decree or order in which the time is stated, or from some other point of time, as seems fit.

110. A decree or order may direct the payment to be made, or act to be done, immediately after service of the decree or order, if, under special circumstances, the Court thinks fit so to direct.

111. Where the decree or order is one directing payment of money, there shall be endorsed on the crpy of it served on the person required to obey it, a memorandum in the words, or to the effect, following:-

"If you, the within-named A.B., neglect to obey this decree [or order] by the time therein limited, you will be liable to have a "writ of execution issued against your goods, under whith they may be seized and sold, and will also be liable to be summoned by the Court, and to be examined as to your ability to make "the payment directed by this decree [or order], and to be

'imprisoned in case of your not answering satisfactorily."

112. Where the decree or order is one directing some act to be done other than payment of money, there shall be indorsed on the copy of it served on the person required to obey it, a memorandum iu the words, or to the effect, following :

"If you, the within-named A. B., neglect to obey this decree [or order] within the time therein limited, you will be liable to be "arrested under a warrant to be issued by the Court, and will "also be liable to have your property sequestered, for the

'purpose of compelling you to obey this decree [or order]." 113. A decree or order may direct that money directed to be paid by any person be paid by such instalment as the Court thinks fit.

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114. All money directed by any decree or order to be paid by any person shall be paid into Court in the suit or matter, unless the Court otherwise direct.

115. Every person not being a party in any suit, who obtains an order, or in whose favour an order is made, is entitled to enforce obedience thereto by the same process as if he were a party to the suit.

Coach

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And every person not being a party to any suit against whom obedience to any order may be enforced is liable to the same process for enforcing obedience to such order as if he were a party to the suit.

Execution of Decrees and Orders.

116. A person directed by a decree or order to pay money, or do Obedience without any other act, is bound to obey the decree or order on being duly served demand made, with it, and without any demand for payment or performance.

117. Where the decree or order is one directing payment of Execution against goods. money, and the person directed to make payment refuses or neglects to

   do so according to the exigency of the decree or order, the person pro- secuting the decree or order shall be entitled to apply to the Court for execution against the goods of the disobedient person.

     118. Where a decree or order directs payment of money by instal- Instalments, ments, execution shall not issue until after default in payment of some instalment according to the order: and execution, or successive execu- tions, may

then issue for the whole of the money and costs then remain- ing unpaid, or for such portion thereof as the Court orders either at the time of making the original decree or order or at any subsequent time.

Stay of Execution.

other suit.

119. The Court may,

if under the circumstances of any case it Power to stay, pending thinks fit, on the application of a defendant, and on such terms as seem just, stay execution of a decree or order pending a suit in the same or any other Court in which that defendant is plaintiff and the person who has obtained such decree or order is defendant.

Seizure and Sale of Goods.

     120. The Court shall, unless it sees good reason to the contrary Warrant of execution on the application of the person prosecuting the decree or order, issue against goods. under the seal of the Court a warrant of execution, directed to a proper Officer, who shall be thereby empowered to levy the money ordered to

be paid (with the costs of execution) by distress and sale of the goods

   of the disobedient person, wheresover found within the particular jurisdiction.

     121. The Officer executing the warrant may by virtue thereof seize What may be seinet. any of the goods of the person against whom execution issues (except the wearing apparel and bedding of himself or his family, and the tools and implements of his trade, to the value of 25 dollars; which shall to that extent be protected from seizure,) and may also seize any money, bank notes, cheques, bills of exchange, promissory notes, bonds, or securities for money belonging to him.

other securities to be dealt with.

122. The Court shall hold any cheques, bills of exchange, promis- How bills. notes, and sory notes, bonds, or securities for money so seized as security for the amount directed to be levied by the execution, or so much thereof as is not otherwise levied, for the benefit of the person prosecuting the decree or order, who may sue in the name of the person against whom execution issues, or in the name of any person in whose name he might have sued, for the recovery of the money secured or made payable thereby when the time of payment arrives.

123. The sale of goods seized in execution shall be conducted under Sale. the order of the Court, and by a person nominated by the Court, but no steps shall be taken therein without the demand of the person prosecuting the decree or order, who shall be liable for any damage that

     'Aåverse claims to goods seized,

When sale to be made;

Custody in meantime.

Return of warrant.

Payment before sale.

Neglect, connivance, or

omission of officers.

In what cases.

Examination.

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ensues from any irregularity or from any improper or illegal proceeding taken at his instance.

124. The Court shall not order any goods to be sold unless satisfied, primu facie, that they belong to the person against whom execution is issued, and are in a place where the Court has the right to exercise jurisdiction.

Where a claim is made by a third party to goods seized in execution the same, if made by a British subject, shall be decided by the Court on summons and in a summary way as between the claimant and the person prosecuting the decree or order.

If the claim is made by a foreigner, the Court sha 1 either oblige the person prosecuting the decrce or order to establish his claim before selling the goods, or allow him to sell the goods and defend any claim, as appears just.

125. A sale of goods seized in execution shall not be made until after the end of five days at least next following the day of seizure, unless the goods are of a perishable nature, or on the request in writing of the person whose goods have been seized; and until sale the goods shall be deposited by the officer in some fit place, or they may remain in the custody of a fit person approved by the Court and put in possession by the officer.

126. Every warrant of execution shall be returned by the officer, who shall certify thereon how it has been execnted.

127. In or on every warrant of execution the Court shall cause to be inserted or indorsed the sum of money and costs adjudged, with the sums allowed as increased costs for the execution of the warrant; and if the person against whose goods execution is issued before actual sale of the goods, pays or causes to be paid into Court, or to the officer holding the warrant, the sum of money and costs adjudged, or such part thereof as the person entitled thereto agrees to accept in full satisfaction thereof together with all fees, the execution shall be super- seded and the goods seized shall be discharged and set at liberty.

128. In case any officer of the Court employed to levy any execution by neglect, connivance, or omission loses the opportunity of levying the same, then on complaint of the person aggrieved, and ou the fact alleged being proved on oath to the satisfaction of the Court, the Court may order the officer to pay such damages as the person com- plaining appears to have sustained thereby, not exceeding in any case the sum of money for which the execution issued; and the officer shall be liable thereto; and on demand made thereof, and on his refusal to pay the same, payment thereof shall be enforced as any decree or order of the Court directing the payment of money.

Summons to Judgment Debtor.

129. Where a decree or order directing payment of money remains wholly or in part unsatisfied (whether a warrant of execution has issued or not,) the person prosecuting the decree or order may apply to the Court for a summons, requiring the person by whom payment is directed to be made to appear and be examined respecting his ability to make the payment directed, and the Court shall, unless it sees good reason to the contrary, issue such a summons.

130. On the appearance of the person against whom the summons is issued, he may be examined on oath by or on behalf of the person prosecuting the decree or order, and by the Court, respecting his ability to pay the money directed to be paid, and for the discovery of property

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applicable to such payment, and as to the disposal which he may have inade of any property.

    He shall be bound to produce on oath or otherwise all books, papers, and documents in his possession or power relating to property applicable to such payment.

    He may be examined as to the circumstances under which he con - tracted the debt or incurred the liability in respect of which the payment of money is by the decree or order directed to be made, and as to the means or expectation he then had of paying the debt or discharg- ing the liability.

    He shall be bound to sign his examination when reduced into writing.

Whether the person summoned appears or not, the person prose- cuting the decree or order, and all other witnesses whom the Court thinks requisite, may be examined on oath or otherwise respecting the matters aforesaid,

    The Court may, if it thinks fit, adjourn the hearing of the sum- mons from time to time, and require from the person sunimoued such security for his appearance at the adjourned hearing as seems fit, and in default of his finding security, may, by warrant, commit him to prison, there to remain until the adjourned hearing, unless sooner discharged.

131. In any of the following cases,-

(i.) If it appears to the Court by the examination of the person summoned, or other evidence, that he then has or since the making of the decree or order has had sufficient incans to pay the money directed to be paid by him, and he refuses or neglects to pay the same according to the decree or order; or (ii.) That, with intent to defraud his creditors, or any of them, he has made or suffered any gift, delivery, or transfer of any property, or charged, removed or concealed any property; or (iii.) That the debt or liability in question was contracted or incurred by him, by or by reason of fraud, or false pretence, or breach of trust, committed by him; or

(iv.) That forbearance thereof was obtained by him by fraud or

false pretence; or

(v.) That the debt or liability was wilfully contracted or incur- red by him without his having had at the same time a reasonable expectation of being able to pay or discharge it; or

(vi.) Was contracted or incurred by him by reason of any pro- secution or proceeding wherein he was found guilty of any crime or offence, or by reason of any proceeding for libel, slander, assault, battery, adultery, seduction, breach of promise of marriage, malicious arrest, malicious or frivolous and vexatious prosecution, malicious trespass, malicious injury, or the malicious filing or prosecution of a petition for adjudication of insolvency or bankruptcy,-

then and in such case the Court may, if it thinks fit, order that the person summoned be committed to prison for any time not exceeding

Commitment.

forty days, and may issue a warrant for his commitment accordingly. Place of imprisonment,

132. In places where there is no British prison, or no other place for the detention of a debtor in custody except the prison of the Chinese or Japanese authorities, the Court shall not cominit the debtor if it appears that the last-mentioned prison is unfit, regard being had to the

Ripenses of maintenance in prison.

Effect of imprisonment.

Discharge from prison on payment.

Rescinding or variation of order for payment.

Warrant of execution or commitment, where to be executed.

In what cases.

Warrant.

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requirements of health and decency, for the confinement of a British subject under civil process.

133. The expenses of the debtor's maintenance in prison must be defrayed in the first instance by the person prosecuting the decree or order, and may be recovered by him in such manner as the Court directs. Such expenses shall be estimated by the Court, and shall be paid

at such times and in such manner as the Court directs.

In default of payment the debtor may be discharged if the Court thinks fit.

134. Imprisonment under such a warrant does not operate as a satisfaction or extinguishment of the debt or liability to which the decree or order relates, or protect the person imprisoned from being anew rummoned and imprisoned for any new fraud or other default rendering him liable to be imprisoned, or deprive the person prosecut- ing the decree or order of any right to have execution against his goods, as if there had not been such imprisonment.

135. Any person so imprisoned, who pays the money by the decree or order directed to be paid, or the instalments thereof payable, and costs remaining due at the time of his commitment, and all subsequent costs and expenses, shall be discharged out of custody.

136. On the hearing of any such summons as aforesaid, the Court, if it thinks fit, whether it makes any order for the commitment of the person summoned or not, may rescind or alter any decree or order previously made against him for the payment of money by instalments or otherwise, and make any further or other order, either for the pay- ment of the whole thereof, forthwith, or by any instalments, or in any other manner as the Court thinks reasonable and just.

Execution out of Jurisdiction.

137. Ordinarily a warrant of execution or commitment shall not be executed out of the particular jurisdiction except under an order made for that purpose, on the request of the Court issuing the warrant, by the Court within whose jurisdiction it is to be executed, which Court may take such steps as if it had originally issued the warrant, but shall ultimately send any money produced by the execution or the person apprehended (as the case may be) to the Court from which the warrant issued, to be there dealt with according to law.

But where the urgency or other peculiar circumstances of the case appear to the Court issuing the warrant so to require, the Court (for reasons to be recorded in the minutes of proceedings) may order it to be executed out of the particular jurisdiction, and it may be so executed accordingly.

Arrest.

138. Where the decree or order is one directing some act to be done other than payment of money, and the person directed to do the act refuses or neglects to do it according to the exigency of the decree or order, the person prosecuting the decree or order shall be entitled to apply to the Court for a warrant of arrest against the disobedient person.

139. The Court shall, unless it sees good reason to the contrary, on the application of the person prosecuting the decree or order, issue, under the seal of the Court, a warrant of arrest directed to a proper officer who shall be thereby empowered to take the body of the disobedient person, and detain him in custody until further order.

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140. In case the person against whom the warrant of arrest issues In what cases. is not and cannot be found,-

                -or is taken and detained in custody under the warrant without obeying the decree or order,--then the person prosecuting the decree or order shall be entitled to an order of sequestration against his property.

Commitment for Disobedience.

141. Where any person over whom the Court has jurisdiction is In what cases. guilty of wilful disobedience to a decree or order, the person prosecuting the decree or order shall be entitled to apply to the Court for an order on the disobedient person to show cause why he should not be punished for the disobedience. The Court, unless it sees good reason to the contrary, shall on such application make an order accordingly.

The Court shall not grant the order except on evidence on oath establishing such a case, as if uncontradicted and unexplained, would justify the immediate commitment of the disobedient person.

    A certified copy of the affidavit or deposition on which the order is granted shall be served on the party to whom the order is directed together with the order, and he may file counter affidavits.

142. On the return day of the order, if the person to whom it is Warrant. directed does not attend and does not establish a sufficient excuse for not attending, and if the Court is satisfied that the order has been duly served, --or if he attends and does not show cause to the satisfaction of the Court why he should not be punished for the disobedience,-the Court may issue a warrant for his commitment to prison.

The Court may enlarge the time for the return to the order, or may, on the return of it and under circumstances which would strictly justify the immediate commitment of the person guilty of the disobedience, direct that the warrant for his commitment shall issue only after a certain time and in the event of his continued disobedience at that time to the decree or order in respect of which he has been guilty of disobedience.

    143. A person committed for disobedience to a decree or order is Duration of detention, liable to be detained in custody until he has obeyed the decree or order in all things that are to be immediately performed, aud given such security as the Court thinks fit to obey the other parts of the decree or order (if any) at the future times thereby appointed,-or in case of his no longer having the power to obey the decree or order, then until he has been imprisoned for such time or until he has paid such fine as the Court directs.

VI.-INTERLOCUTORY PROCEEDINGS.

144. Interlocutory applications may be made at any stage of a Form of interlocutory suit or proceeding.

They shall be made either by motion or on application for a

summons.

Motions.

application.

     145. Motions must be reduced to writing in the terms of the order Motion-paper. sought from the Court; and a motion shall not be entertained until

the party moving has filed in the Court a written motion paper distinctly stating the terms of the order sought (Form 8).

The motion may in its terms ask for an order directing more than one thing to be done, and may also be in an alternative form, asking that one or another order be made, so only that the whole order sought be therein substantially expressed.

Evidence.

Motion in Court;

or by writing.

Notice of motion.

Application ez purte.

Order on motion.

      Varying or discharge of order.

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If the motion-paper contains any matter by way of argument or other matter except the proper particulars of the motion itself, the Court shall direct the motion-paper to be amended, and shall make no other order thereon, until it is amended accordingly, by the striking out of such argument or other matter.

There shall be filed with the motion-paper all affidavits ou which the person moving intends to rely.

No other evidence can be used in support of the motion except by leave of the Court.

No paper accompanying the motion paper other than an affidavit

shall be received.

146. The person filing the motion-paper may then either move the Court while sitting, and on such days and at such times, if any, as are by the regulations of the Court appointed for hearing motions, or in cases of urgency at any time while the Court is sitting and not engaged in hearing any other matter,-or send a written request to the Court for an order according to the motion-paper, with such argument stated in writing in support of his motion as he thinks fit.

147. All motions shall be made ex parte in the first instance unless the Court gives leave to give a notice of motion for a certain day.

148. On a motion ex parte the party moving shall apply for either an immediate absolute order of the Court in the terms of the motion- paper on his own showing and evidence, or an order to the other party to appear on a certain day and show cause why an order should not be mnade in the terms of the motion-paper.

Any party moving in Court ex parte may support his motion by argument addressed to the Court on the facts put in evidence by the affidavits filed in support of the motion: and no party to the suit or proceeding, although present, other than the party moving, shall be entitled to be then heard.

149. On a motion coming on the Court may allow the motion- paper to be amended.

It may allow additional evidence to be produced by affidavit or deposition.

It may direct the motion to stand over.

It may refuse the motion.

It may make all order in terms of the motion.

Where an immediate order absolute is asked, and the right thereto clearly appears, it may grant such order.

It may grant an order to show cause why the order sought should not be made.

It may allow a motion on notice to be made.

If the motion, as originally framed, or as amended, is substantially divisible into two or more parts, it may divide the same, and deal in different ways with the separate parts thereof, as the case may require.

If it appears to the Court on the evidence adduced in support of the motion, or on any additional evidence which the Court permits to be adduced in support thereof, that the party moving is entitled to an order absolute or to show cause different from the order asked, and the party moving is willing to take such different order, the Court may so order accordingly.

If he is not willing to take such different order, the Court shall refuse the motion.

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Court by motion to vary or discharge it; and the Court, on notice to the party obtaining the order, either may refuse to vary or discharge it, or may vary or discharge it with or without imposing terms as to costs or security, or other things, as seems just.

Orders to show canse.

      151. An order to show cause shall specify a day when cause is to Return-day. be shown, to be called the return-day to the order, which shall

ordinarily be not less than four days after service.

A person served with an order to show cause may, before the Counter affidavits, return-day, file affidavits in order to contradict the evidence used in

obtaining the order, or setting forth other facts on which he relies, to

induce the Court to discharge such order.

day.

On the return-day, if the persons served do not appear, in person Proceedings on retura- - or by counsel or attorney, and it appears to the Court that the service on all proper parties has not been duly effected, the Court may enlarge the time and direct further service, or make such order as seems just. If the persons served appear, or the Court is satisfied that service on all proper parties has been duly effected, the Court may proceed

with the matter.

The Court may either discharge the order,-or make the same absolute.or adjourn the consideration thereof,-or permit further affidavits to be filed in support of or against the order,-and may modify the terms of the order so as to meet the merits of the case,-and may make the order so modified absolute,-and may, if the order against which cause is shown is substantially divisible into two or more parts, divide the same, and deal in different ways with the separate parts as seems fit; and the Court, as part of its order, may impose terms as to costs or other things on the parties, or any of them, as seems just.

Summons.

152. An interlocutory application for a summons need not be Application for. made in writing but may be made in person either by the applicant himself, or by his counsel or attorney.

     If the Court considers that a summons ought to be granted, it Contents of may issue a summons ordering the person to whom it is directed to attend at the time and place specified therein, either in person or by counsel or attorney, and briefly but distinctly setting forth the nature of the particular application.

The summons shall be headed in the suit or other proceeding.

     On the return-day of the summons, if the person to whom the Proceedings on return- summons is directed attends, or in his absence on proof of service, the day.

Court may, on the application of the person obtaining the summons,

consider and deal with the application in a summary way.

vore.

The Court shall take a note of the material evidence, if taken vivá

The Court may adjourn the hearing of any summons when necessary.

VII.-APPEAL TO SUPREME Court.

1.-In General.

153. An appeal does not lie from an order made er parte.

Any person aggrieved by such an order must apply to the Court by

which it is made to vary or discharge it.

Ez parts orders.

leave.

154. Application for leave to appeal must be made to the Court Time for application for whose decision is to be appealed from, by motion, ex parte, ordinarily within seven days after the decision to be appealed from is given, but afterwards by special leave of the Court.

      Execution of decree or order pending appeal.

Security.

Leave to appeal, when.

Appeal by plaintiffs;

by defendants.

Personal appearance.

Evidence.

Original documents.

      Limitation of time for appeal.

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155. If leave to appeal is applied for by a person directed by a decree or order to pay money, or do any other act, the Court below shall direct either that the decision appealed from be carried into execution, or that the execution thereof be suspended pending the appeal, as the Court considers to be in accordance with substantial justice.

If the Court directs the decision to be carried into execution, the person in whose favour it is given shall, before the execution of it give security to the satisfaction of the Court for the due performance of such order as the Supreme Court may make.

If the Court directs the execution of the decision to be suspended pending the appeal, the person against whom the decision is given shall, before any order for suspension of execution, give security to the satisfaction of the Court for the due performance of such order as the Supreme Court may make.

In all cases security shall also be given by the appellant to the satisfaction of the Courts, to an amount not exceeding 250 dollars, for the prosecution of the appeal, and for payment of all fees and charges in the Court below and in the Supreme Court, and of all such costs as may be awarded to any respondent by the Supreme Court.

If the last-mentioned security is given within fourteen days after motion made for leave to appeal, then and not otherwise the Court below shall give leave to appeal, and the appellant shall be at liberty to prefer and prosecute his appeal accordingly.

In any case other than the cases herein before described, the Court below, if it considers it just or expedient (for reasons to be recorded in the minutes of proceedings) to do so, may give leave to appeal on the terms and in the manner aforesaid.

156. Where there are more plaintiffs than one an appeal cannot be prosecuted except by all the plaintiff's jointly.

Where there are more defendants than oue, any one or more of them may prosecute an appeal separately; but defendants severing in appeal do so at the risk of costs if the severance is improper.

157. The Supreme Court may require any party to an appeal to appear personally before it on the hearing of the appeal, or on any occasion pending the appeal: otherwise personal appearance shall not be requisite.

158. It is not open, as of right, to any party to an appeal to adduce new evidence in support of his original case; but a party may allege any facts essential to the issue that have come to his knowledge after the decision of the Court below, and adduce evidence in support of such allegations; and for the furtherance of justice the Supreme Court may, where it thinks fit, allow or require new evidence to be adduced. 159. The Court below shall not, except for some special cause, take upon itself the responsibility of the charge or of the transmission to the Supreme Court of original letters or documents produced in evidence in the suit.

Such original letters and documents shall be returned to the respective parties producing the same, and only copies thereof duly certified shall be transmitted in the appeal record.

The respective parties must, however, be prepared to produce the originals, if required by the Supreme Court, before or at the hearing of the appeal.

160. After the expiration of six months from the date of a decree or order leave to appeal against it shall not be given by a Provincial Court.

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the circumstances of the case, it appears just and expedient that an appeal should be allowed, but not otherwise, and may impose such terms as to security and other things as seem just.

itules.

161. The foregoing Rules apply to suits for 250 dollars or upwards, Application of foregoing with respect to which a right of appeal is given by the Order in Council under which these Rules are framed, and shall also be applied, as far as may be, mutatis mutandis, in cases where special leave to appeal is applied for to a Provincial or the Supreme Court.

     162. An appeal from a decree or order made at the hearing of a Appeal petition, Motion, suit shall be make by petition.

Other appeals shall be made by motion.

II.- From Decrees or Orders at Hearing.

for dung.

     163. The appellant must file his petition of appeal in the Court Apppeal petition; Tune below within fourteen days after leave to appeal is given.

     164. The petition of appeal shall contain an exposition of the Contents. appellant's case as supported by evidence already before the Court, and by the record as it stands, and may not refer to any matter of fact not appearing by such record or evidence, or which may not by argument and inference be fairly deduced therefrom,

It shall set forth the grounds of appeal, and the particulars in which the decree or order appealed from is considered by the appellant to be erroneous or defective, and shall pray that the same may be reversed or varied, and that the Court above may make the particular order to which on the record and evidence as it stands the appellant conceives himself entitled, or such other order as the Court thinks just. It may contain any matter by way of argument in support of the

appeal.

     165. The petition of appeal shall be served on such persons as the Service. Courts direct.

166. Any person on whom the petition of appeal has been served Respondent's answer, may, within fourteen days after service, file in the Court below an answer to the petition of appeal.

     The answer shall contain an exposition of the respondent's case as supported by the evidence already before the Court, and by the record as it stands, and may not refer to any matter of fact not appearing by such record or evidence, or not by argument and inference fairly deducible therefrom.

It shall simply conclude with a demand that the appeal be dismissed.

It may contain any matter by way of argument against the appeal.

167. Copies of the answer shall be furnished by the Court to Copies furnished, such persons as it thinks fit.

168. All matter of objection to any appeal, as being out of time, Objections in answer, on or any grounds other than on the merits of the case itself, must be substantially raised by the party desiring to rely thereon, in and by the answer to the petition of appeal, and if not so raised, or where no answer is put in, no such objection shall be permitted to be raised at the hearing of the appeal.

169. The absence of an answer shall not preclude any person Effect of not answering, interested in supporting the decree or order from supporting the same

on the merits at the hearing of the appeal.

     170. On the expiration of the time for answering, the Court below Record of appeal. shall, without receiving any further pleading in appeal, make up the

   record of appeal, which shall consist of (1) the petition, pleadings, orders, and proceedings, and the decree or order in the suit, (2) a copy

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of all written and documentary evidence admitted, or tendered, and of the notes of the vira roce evidence, (3) the petition or petitions of appeal, and (4) the answer or answers thereto.

The whole record shall be fastened together, the several pieces shall be numbered, and the whole shall be secured by the seal of the Court below.

171. After the record of appeal has been made up, and until the ever suit in which appeal appeal is disposed of, the Supreme Court shall be deemed in possession

of the whole suit as between the parties to the appeal.

is peading.

     Power of Supreme Court to remit the case or otherwise proveed in it,

Day for hearing.

Appearance by counsel

or attorney.

Appeal motion.

Respondent's argument.

Record of appeal.

Every application in the suit shall be made to the Supreme Court and not to the Court below, but any application may be made through the Court below.

172. The Supreme Court may from time to time make such orders as seem necessary for determining the real question in controversy between the parties.--and for that purpose may, as between the parties to the appeal, amend any defects, or errors in the record of appeal,- and may direct the Court below to inquire into and certify its finding on any question as between such parties, or any of them, which it may be necessary or expedient to determine before final judgment in the appeal,--and generally shall, as between the parties to the appeal, have as full and ample jurisdiction over the whole suit as if the same bad been instituted and prosecuted in the Supreme Court itself as a Court of first instance by parties subject to its ordinary original jurisdiction, --and may rehear the whole case,-or may remit it to the Court below to be rehear, or to be otherwise dealt with as the Supreme Court directs.

173. The Supreme Court shall, on receiving the record of appeal, fix a day for the hearing thereof.

Such day shall be fixed as will allow of the Court giving notice thereof through the Court below to the parties to the appeal, and as will allow of the parties attending either in person or by counsel or attorney, if they or any of them desire to do so.

174. In case all the several parties to an appeal appoint persons at the place of sitting of the Supreme Court to represent them as their respective counsel or attorneys in the matter of the appeal, and cause the same to be notified to the Supreme Court, the Court shall allow the appeal to be set down in the general hearing list at once, and shall proceed to dispose of the appeal in its turn without further notice to the parties or any of them; and the respective representatives of the parties shall be bound to watch for and take notice of the day for the hearing of the appeal.

III.-Not from Decrees or Orders at Hearing.

175. The appeliant shall file his appeal motion-paper in the Court below within seven days after leave to appeal is given.

He may at the same time file in the Court below any argument he desires to submit to the Supreme Court in support of the appeal.

The motion-paper and the argument (if any) shall be served on such persous as the Court directs.

176. Any person so served may, within seven days after service, file in the Court below any argument he desires to subunit to the Supreme Court against the appeal.

Copies of such last-mentioned argument (if any) shall be furnished by the Court below to such persons as it thinks fit.

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shall consist of (1) the petition and such portion of the pleadings, orders, proceedings, and evidence as relate to the particular decision appealed from, with (2) the appeal motion-paper and any argument or arguments filed.

The record shall be made up as on appeal from a decree.

178. The Court shall not cause notice to be given to the parties Notice to parties. of the day when the appeal motion will be disposed of, unless under special circumstances it thinks fit to do so.

But where any party to the appeal motion notifies to the Supreme Court his desire to attend in person, or by counsel or attorney, when the motion is being disposed of he shall be at liberty to do so, and the Court shall hear him, or his counsel or attorney, before disposing of

the motion.

VIII.-SUMMARY ORDERS BEFORE SUIT.

179. Where the extreme urgency or other peculiar circumstances In what cases, of the case appear to the Court so to require, the Court may on evidence on oath, without a petition having been previously presented make ex parte an order of injunction,-or an order to sequester money or goods, -or to stop a passport, or the clearance of a ship,-or to hold to bail.

180. Before making such an order the Court shall require the Recognizance. person applying for it to enter into a recognizance (with or without a surety or sureties as the Court thinks fit), signed by the party applying (and his surety or sureties if any), as a security for his being answerable in damages to the person against whom the order is sought, or to give such other security for that purpose by deposit or otherwise as the Court thinks fit.

181. Any such order shall not remain in force more than 24 hours, Duration of order. and shall at the end of that time wholly cease to be in force, unless within that time a suit is regularly instituted by the person obtaining

the order.

Any such order shall be dealt with in the suit as seems just.

182. An order to hold to bail shall state the amount (including Arrest and other pro- costs) for which bail is required.

It shall be executed forthwith.

The person arrested under it shall be entitled to be discharged from custody under it on bringing into Court the amount stated in the order, to abide the event of any suit instituted, or on entering into a recognizance, (with or without a surety or sureties as the Court thinks fit), signed by him (and his surety or sureties if any), as a security that he will abide by and satisfy any decree or order of the Court in any suit instituted, or on giving such other security for that purpose by deposit or otherwise as the Court thinks fit.

      The person arrested shall be liable to be detained in custody under the order for not more than seven days if not sooner discharged; but the Court may, from time to time, on evidence on oath, renew the order, so, however, that no person be kept in custody under any such order, and renewed order or orders for a longer time in the whole than thirty days.

IX. PROBATE AND ADMINISTRATION.

Deposit of Will in Lifetime.

ceedings under order to hold to bail,

will.

183. Any British subject may in his lifetime deposit for safe Testator may deposit custody in the Supreme or other Court his own Will sealed his own seal and the seal of the Court.

under up

Betise of death.

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Proceedings on Death.

184. The Supreme Court and every other Court shall endeavour to obtain, as early as may be, information of the death of every British subject dying within the particular jurisdiction, and all such information respecting the affairs of the deceased as may serve to guide the Court with respect to the securing and administration of his property.

On receiving information of the death of a British subject the Court shall put up a notice thereof at the place where its sittings are ordinarily held, and shall keep the same there until probate or administration is granted, or where it appears to the Court that probate or administration will not be applied for, or cannot be granted, for such time as the Court th als fit.

185. Where it is shown to the satisfaction of the Supreme or of testatuuntary papers. other Court, that any paper purporting to be testamentary is in the possession or under the control of any person, the Court may, in a summary way, whether a suit or proceeding as to probate or administra- tion is pending or not, order him (Form 24.) to produce and bring into Court such paper.

    Notice to executors to some in and prove.

Time after death when

Where it appears to the Supreme or other Court that there are reasonable grounds for believing that any person has knowledge of any paper purporting to be testamentary, (although it is not shown to the satisfaction of the Court that the paper is in his possession or under his control), the Court may, in a summary way,--whether a suit or proceeding for probate or administration is pending or not,-order him to attend for the purpose of being examined respecting the same in open Court or on interrogatories, and after examination to produce the paper and bring it into Court.

Any person failing to attend or to be examined, or to produce and bring in the paper accordingly, shall be liable to the same consequences as he would be liable to if he were a party to a suit in the Court, and had made like default.

186. The Court may of its own motion, or on the application of any person claiming an interest under a will, give notice to the executor or executors (if any) therein named, to come in and

                          prove the will or to renounce probate; and the executors or exccutor so named, or some or one of them, must within fourteen days after notice come in and prove or renounce accordingly.

I-Probate or Administration in General.

187. Probate (Form 13.) or letters of administration with Will annexed (Form 14.) shall not issue until after the lapse of seven days probateoradministration from the death of the deceased, except under the direction of the Judge

of the Supreme Court or in case of great urgency.

may be granted.

Application after three years,

Grants by Supreme on request of Provincial Court.

Letters of administration (not with Will annexed) shall not issue (Form 15.) until after the lapse of fourteen days from the death of the deceased, except under the direction of the Judge of the Supreme Court or in case of great urgency.

188. Where probate or administration is, for the first time, applied for after the lapse of three years from the death of the deceased, a grant shall not be made except under the direction of the Judge of the Supreme Court.

189. In any case a grant of probate or administration may be made by the Supreme Court, wheresoever in China or Japan the deceased had at the time of his death his place of abode; but where the deceased had at the time of his death his fixed place of abode in the district of a Provincial Court, the application for the grant shall not be

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entertained by the Supreme Court, except on the request of the

Provincial Court.

Supreme to Provincial

      190. Where any dispute or question arises in relation to the grant In disputed or doubtful or the application for it,- -or it appears to the Provincial Court doubtful cases, directions of whether or not the grant should be made,-the Provincial Court shall Court. communicate with the Judge of the Supreme Court, who shall either direct the Provincial Court to proceed in the matter according to such instructions as the Judge thinks fit, or may direct that no further proceeding be taken in the matter by the Provincial Court, but that any party concerned may apply for a grant to the Supreme Court itself.

jurisdiction of

      191. The Provincial Court, before proceeding in the matter of Evidence to found any application, shall take care to ascertain that the deceased had at the Provincial Court, time of his death his fixed place of abode in the district of the Court, and shall not for this purpose consider itself bound to rest satisfied with such evidence as is offered by the person applying for the grant.

192. The Court shall, where it deems it necessary, require proof, Identity.

in addition to the oath of the executor or administrator, of the identity of the deceased or of the party applying for the grant.

        193. The Court shall take care to ascertain the value of the Value of property. property of the deceased as correctly as circumstances admit.

Court's inquiries

194. In no case shall the Court allow probate or letters of Satisfactory answers to administration to issue until all inquiries which it sees fit to institute before graat. have been answered to its satisfaction.

      The Court shall, however, afford as great facility for the obtaining of probate or administration as is consistent with due regard to the prevention of error and fraud.

195. In the following cases of probate or administration, a grant Cases in which Judge of

Supreme Court alone shall not issue except from the Supreme Court under the immediate may make grant. direction of the Judge, namely:-

Probate, or administration with will annexed, where the will was executed before the 1st day of January 1838, and there is no testamentary paper of a later date than the 31st day of December, 1837:

Probate, or administration with will annexed, the will being simply an execution of a special power, or being the will of a married woman made by virtue of a power :-

Administration for the use or benefit of a minor or infant, or a

lunatic or person of unsound mind:

Administration (with or without will annexed) of the property of a bastard dying a bachelor or spinster, or dying a widower or widow without issue, or of a person dying without known relative :

Limited administration:

Administration to be granted to a person not resident within

China or Japan.

of grant.

196. Revocation or alteration of a grant of probate or administra- Revocation or alteration tion shall not be made except by the Supreme Court under the immediate direction of the Judge.

grant.

      197. A notice to prohibit a grant of probate or administration Notice to prohibit (Form 28.) may be filed in the Supreme Court, or in any Provincial Court.

      Immediately on such a notice being filed in the Supreme Court, a copy thereof shall be sent to the Court of the district (if any) in which it is alleged the deceased had at the time of his death his fixed place of

Notices in nature of citations.

Procedure in -uits for probate or administration.

Custody of original wille,

  Official copies and certificates.

  Half-yearly returns from Provincial to Supreme Court,

Interpretation of "the proper Officer,"

Exammation of will

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abode, and to any other Court to which it appears to the Judge of the Supreme Court expedient to send a copy,

Immediately on such a notice being filed in a Provincial Court, the Court shall send a copy thereof to the Supreme Court, and also to the Court of any other district in which it is known or alleged the deceased had at the time of his death a place of abode,

Such a notice shall remain in force for three months only from the day of filing; but it may be renewed from time to time.

Any such notice shall not affect any grant made on the day on which the notice is filed, or on which a copy of the notice is received as the case may be.

The person filing such a notice shall be warned by a warning in writing, under the seal of the Court (Form 29.), being delivered at the place mentioned in the notice as the address of the person filing the notice.

After such a notice has been filed in a Provincial Court, or after a copy of such a notice has been received by a Provincial Court (as the case may be,) the Provincial Court shall not make a grant of probate or administration, but any grant shall be made only by the Supreme Court, under the immediate direction of the Judge.

198. Notices in the nature of citations shall be given by publica- tion in such newspapers, or in such other manner as the Court, in each case, directs.

199. Suits respecting probate or administration shall be instituted and conducted as nearly as may be in the same manner as suits for claims of 100 dollars and upwards.

200. All original wills, of which probate or administration with will annexed is granted, shall be filed and kept in the public office of the Supreme or other Court from which the grant issues, in such manner as to secure at once the due preservation and the convenient inspection of the same; and no original will shall be delivered out for any purpose without the express and special direction in writing of the Judge of the Supreme Court.

As official copy of the whole or of any part of a will, or an official certificate of a grant of administration, may be obtained from the Supreme or other Court where the will has been proved or the administration granted, on payment of the proper fees.

201. On the first day of February and the first day of August in every year, every Provincial Court shall send to the Supreme Court,

A list (Form 30.) of the grants of probate and Administration made by it up to the last preceding first day of January and first day of July respectively, and not included in any previous list:

And also, a copy, certified by the Provincial Court to be a correct copy, of every will to which any such probate or administration relates.

11.-Probate and Administration with Will annexed.

202. In the following rules respecting probate and administration the expression "the proper Officer" means,-as to the provinces, the Consul-General, Consul, or Vice-Consul holding and forming a Court; -as to the Supreme Court, such one of the officers attached thereto, as for the time being acts in matters of probate and administration by the authority and under the direction of the Judge.

203. On receiving an application for probate or for administration as to mode of execution, with will annexed, the proper officer must inspect the will, and see

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whether it appears to be signed by the testator or by some other person in his presence and by his direction, and subscribed by two witnesses, according to the provisions of the Acts of Parliament 7 Will. 4. & 1 Vict. c. 26. sect. 9,* and 15 & 16 Vict. c. 24. sect. 1,† and in no case may he proceed further if the will does not appear to be so signed and

subscribed.

     204. If the will appears to be signed by or for the testator and Examination of subscribed by two witnesses, the officer must then refer to the attesta- attestation clause, tion clause (if any), and consider whether the wording thereof shows

the will to have been in fact executed in accordance with the provisions

of the said Arts.

in Acta

of Parliament.

205. If there is no attestation clause to the will,-

-or if the attesta- Pr ...f of execation tion clause thereto is insufficient, the officer must require an affidavit (Form 9.) from at least one of the subscribing witnesses, if either of them is living, to prove that the will was in fact executed in accordance with the provisions of the said Acts.

     The affidavit must be engrossed and form part of the probate, so that the probate may be a complete document on the face of it.

     If où perusal of the affidavit it appears that the will was not in fact executed in accordance with the provisious of the said Acts, the officer must refuse probate.

If on perusal of the affidavit it appears doubtful whether or not the will was in fact executed in accordance with the provisions of the said Acts, the officer must lay a statement of the matter before the Judge of the Supreme Court for his directions,

     If both the subscribing witnesses are dead,- -or if from other circumstances no affidavit can be obtained from either of them,-resort must be had to other persons (if any) who were present at the execution, of the will; but if no allidavit of any such other person can be obtained evidence on oath must be procured of that fact and of the handwriting of the deceased and of the subscribing witnesses, and also of any circumstances that may raise a presumption in favor of the due execution of the will.

obviously illiterate or ignorant.

     206. The officer shall not allow probate of the will, or administra- Will oftestator, blind, tion with the will annexed, of any blind person, or of any obviously illiterate or ignorant person, to issue, unless he has previously satisfied

+

       **And be it further enacted, that no will shall be valid unless it shall be in writing and executed in manner hereinafter mentioned; (that is to say,) it shall be signed at the foot or end thereof by the testator or by some other person in his presence and by his direction; and such signature shall be made or acknowledged by the testator in the presence of two or more witnesses present at the same time, and such witnesses shall attest and shall subscribe the will in the presence of the testator, but no form of attestation shall be necessary.

**

     +"Where by an Act passed in the first year of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled, An Act for the Amendmet of the Laws with respect to Wills, it is enacted, that no will shall be valid unless it shall be signed at the foot or end thereof by the testator, or by some other person in his presence, and by his direction. Every will shall, so far only as regards the position of the signature of the testator, or of the person signing for him as aforesaid, he deemed to be valid within the said enactment, as explained by this Act, if the signature sh:dl be so placed at or after, or following, or under, or beside, or opposite to the end of the will, that it shall he apparent on the face of the will that the testator intended to give effect by surh his signature to the writing signed as his will, and that no such will shall be aflicted by the circumstance that the signature shall not follow or be immediately after the foot or end of the will, or by the circumstance that a blank space shall intervene between the concluding word of the will and the signature, or by the circumstance that the signature shall be placed among the words of the testimonium clause or of the clause of attestation, or shall follow or be after or under the clause of attestation, either with or without a blank space intervening, or shall follow or be after or under or beside the name of one of the names of the subscribing witnesses, or by the circumstance that the signature shall be on a side or page or other portion of the paper or papers containing the will whereon no clause or paragraph or disposing part of the will shall be written above the signature, or by the circumstance that there shall appear to he sufficient space on or at the bottom of the preceding side or page or other portion of the same paper on which the will is written to contain the signature; and the enumeration of the above circumstances shall not restrict the generality of the above enactment; but no signature under the said Act or this Act shall be operative to give effect to any disposition or direction which is underneath or which follows it nor shall it give effect to any disposition or direction inserted after the signature shall be made.'

Interlineations, alters-

terations.

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himself, by what appears on the face of the will or by evidence on oath, that the will was read over to the deceased before its execution, or that the deceased had at that time knowledge of its contents.

Where this information is not forthcoming the officer must communicate with the Judge of the Supreme Court.

207. Having satisfied himself that the will was duly executed, tions, erasures, or obli- the officer must carefully inspect the same, to see whether there are any interlineations or alterations or erasures or obliteration appearing in it and requiring to be accounted for.

Deed, paper, or doen-

ment referred to in a will;

or annexed or attached.

Interlineations and alterations are invalid unless they existed in the will at the time of its execution, or,-if made afterwards, unless they have been executed and attested in the mode required by the said Acts of Parliament, or unless they have been made valid by the re-execution of the will-or by the subsequent execution of some codicil thereto.

Where interlineations or alterations appear in the will (unless duly executed or recited in or otherwise identified by the attestation clause), an affidavit or affidavits in proof of their having existed in the will before its execution, must be filed.

In like manner, erasures and obliterations are not to prevail unless proved to have existed in the will at the time of its execution, --or unless the alterations thereby effected in the will are duly executed and attested,-or unless they have been made valid by the re-execution of the will, or by the subsequent execution of some codicil thereto.

If no satisfactory evidence is adduced as to the time when the erasures or obliterations were made, and the words erased or obliterated are not entirely effaced, and can, on inspection of the paper, be ascertained, they must form part of the probate.

In every case of words having been erased which might have been of importance an affidavit must be required.

If reasonable doubt exists in regard to any interlineation, alteration, erasure, or obliteration, the officer shall, before proceeding further in the matter, communicate with the Judge of the Supreme Court for his directions.

208. Where a will contains a reference to any deed, paper, memorandum, or other document, of such a nature as to raise a question whether it ought or ought not to form a constituent part of the will, the production of the deed, paper, memorandum or other document must be required, with a view to ascertain whether or not it is entitled to probate; and if not produced the non-production of it must be accounted for by evidence on oath.

Any deed, paper, memorandum, or other document cannot form part of a will or codicil, unless it was in existence at the time when the will or codicil was executed.

If there are any vestiges of sealing wax or wafers or other marks on the testamentary paper, leading to the inference that some paper, memorandum, or other document has been annexed or attached thereto, they must be satisfactorily accounted for by evidence on oath, or the production of such paper, memorandum, or other document must be required; and if not produced, the non-production of it must be accounted for by evidence on oath.

If doubt exists as to whether or not any such deed, paper, memorandum or other document is entitled to probate as a constituent part of the will, the officer shall, before proceeding further in the matter, communicate with the Judge of the Supreme Court for his directions.

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209. The foregoing rules respecting wills apply equally to codicils. Codicils. 210. Every will or copy of a will or other testamentary paper to Marking of will or copy which an executor or an administrator with will annexed is sworn shall be marked by such executor or administrator and by the person

before whom he is sworn.

sworn to.

      211. The officer shall take care that the copies of wills to be Writing of copies annexed to probates or letters of administration are fairly and properly written, and to reject those which are not so.

III.-Administration.

with will annexed.:

     212. The duties of the proper officer in granting administration Administration not (not with will annexed) are in many respects the same as in cases of probate.

      He shall ascertain the time and place of the deceased's death, and the value of the property to be covered by the administration.

213. Where an executor appointed in a will survives the testator Executor dying without:

proving, or not but either dies without having taken probate or being summoned or appearing. called on by the Court to take probate does not appear, his right in respect of the executorship wholly ceases, and the representation to the testator and the administration of his effects without further renuncia- tion go, devolve, and may be committed in like manner as if he had not been appointed executor.

     214. Where administration is applied for by one or some of the Notice to next of kin. next of kin only, there being another or other next of kin equally

entitled thereto, the proper officer, shall require proof by affidavit that

notice of the application has been given to the other next of kin.

     215. Every person to whom administration is granted shall give Administration bond, bond (Forms 18., 19.) with two or more responsible British subjects as sureties, to the Judge of the Supreme Court, to enure in favour of the Judge for the time being, conditioned for duly collecting, getting in, and administering the personal estate of the deceased.

Where, however, the property is under the value of 250 dollars one such surety only need be taken.

     The bond shall be in a penalty of double the amount under which the personal estate of the deceased is sworn, unless the proper officer in any case thinks it expedient to reduce the amount, for reasons to be forthwith certified by him to the Judge of the Supreme Court.

The proper officer may also in any case direct that more bonds than one shall be given, so as to limit the liability of any surety to *such amount as the officer thinks reasonable.

216. The Judge of the Supreme Court may, on application, in Assignment of and suit- a summary way, and on being satisfied that the condition of any ad- on bond, ministration bond has been broken, assign the same to some person, who shall thereupon be entitled to sue on the bond in his own name, as if the same had been originally given to him instead of to the Judge of the Supreme Court, and shall be entitled to recover thereon, as trustee for all persons interested, the full amount recoverable in respect of any breach of the condition of the bond.

X. ARBITRATION.

     217. The following rules respecting arbitration apply exclusively to cases where the agreement for reference to arbitration or submission to arbitration by consent is made a rule of Court.

In what cases thesə. - rules apply.

      218. Arbitrators shall make their award within one calendar month Time for award. after they have entered on the reference or been called on to act by a notice in writing from any party, unless the document authorizing or making the reference contains a different limit of time.

Enlargement of time.

When umpire may enter on reference,

Revocation of authority.

Special case.

Costa.

      Form and contents of award.

Deposit of award.

Notice thereof.

Application against award.

Order of Court,

Remitting of matters referred.

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219. The Court may, if it thinks fit, on reasonable notice to all parties, from time to time enlarge the time for making the award for such time as it thinks fit, the reasons for such enlargement being recorded in the minutes of proceedings.

220. An umpire may enter on the reference in lieu of the arbitra- tors, if the latter have allowed their time or their extended time to expire without making an award, or have filed in the Court a notice in writing that they cannot agree.

221. The authority of an arbitrator or umpire is not revocable except by the Court.

222. Where it appears to the arbitrators or umpire that any difficult question of law is involved in, or raised by, the facts as finally ascertained by them or him, they or he may, if it seems fit, state the award (as to the whole or any part thereof) in the form of a special case for the opinion of the Court having jurisdiction in the matter, or of the Supreme Court.

The Court shall consider and deliver judgment on such case, and shall be at liberty to draw inferences of fact from the facts stated, and to amend the case or remit it for amendment by reason of any irregularity, mistake, or imperfection.

223. The arbitrators or umpire shall have power to award how the costs of the reference shall be borne, in the whole or in part; but any award as to costs shall not preclude the party or parties against whom costs are awarded from applying to the Court to tax the costs; and on such application the costs, including the remuneration (if any) of the arbitrators and umpire, or any of them, "shall be taxed at a reasonable rate by the Court, and the Court shall make such order regarding the costs of taxation as justice requires.

224. Every award must be in writing signed by the arbitrators or umpire making the same.

It must contain a conciusive finding, and may not find on the contingency of any matter of fact being afterwards substantiated or deposed to.

It must comprehend a finding on each of the several matters referred.

Arbitrators or an umpire may, however, from time to time make several awards on several parts of a matter or on several matters referred, so as the latest of the awards is made within the time limited.

225. The arbitrators or umpire making an award shall within the time limited deposit the award in the Court, enclosed in a sealed envelope, and indorsed with the names of the parties to the reference, and the amount claimed by the arbitrators and umpire for remuneration. Notice of the award having been deposited shall be given by the Court to the parties, who shall be at liberty to read the award and to have copies of it on payment of the proper fees.

226. Any person interested may within seven days after notice of the award apply to the Court by motion to prevent the award, or any specified part of it, being carried into effect.

227. If no such motion is made, the Court shall proceed, on reasonable notice to all parties, to make such order for carrying into effect the award or any part thereof, and as to costs and other things, as seems just.

228. The Court shall have power at any time, and from time to time, to remit the matters referred, or any of them, to the reconsidera- tion and redetermination of the arbitrators or umpire, on such terms as to costs and other things as seem just.

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229. The Court shall not refrain from carrying an award into Irregularity. effect merely on the ground of irregularity in the submission, or during the reference, where such irregularity has not been substantially prejudicial to the party applying against the award.

XI.-AFFIDAVIT AND OTHER EVIDENCE. Affidavits.

230. Every affidavit used in the Court must be either in English, Language. or in the usual and familiar language of the witness swearing it.

     An affidavit in any language other than English, must be accom- panied by a sworn translation into English, procured by and at the expense of the person using the affidavit.

231. Every affidavit, sworn before any British judicial or Consular Form. officer in China or Japan, in the matter of any suit or other proceeding in Her Majesty's Courts in China and Japan, must be headed in the Court, and in the suit or proceeding in which the affidavit is to be used. It must state the full name, trade or profession, address and nationality, of the witness.

It may be in the first or in the third person, and may be divided into convenient paragraphs numbered consecutively.

232. Every affidavit used in the Court must contain only a Contents, statement of facts and circumstances, to which the witness swears, either on his own personal knowledge, or from information which he believes to be true.

It must not contain any extraneous matter, by way of objection, prayer, or legal argument or conclusion; and every statement must be as brief and positive as may be consistent with proper fulness and with truth.

      The matter of fact sworn to, whether in affirmation or denial, if within the knowledge of the witness, must be sworn to positively and certainly.

Where a witness swears to his belief in any matter of fact, such belief arising from any source other than his own personal knowledge, he must set forth explicity the facts and circumstances forming the ground of his belief.

       Where the belief in the truth of the matter of fact sworn to arises from information received from another person, the name of such person must be stated, and such particulars must be given as to the informant, and as to the time, place, and circumstances of the information, as may afford means to other parties to verify or contradict the same,

alterations, bad writing,

     233. Where an affidavit is to be sworn before a British judicial or Erasures, interlineations, Consular officer in China or Japan, any erasure, interlineation, or alteration, made before the affidavit is sworn, shall be attested by the officer, who shall affix his signature or initials in the margin immediately opposite to the erasure, interlineation, or alteration.

     Where there are many erasures, interlineations, or alterations, so that the affidavit proposed to be sworn is illegible, or difficult to read, or is in the judgment of the officer before whom it is proposed to be sworn so written as to give any facility for being added to or in any way fraudulently altered, he may refuse to take the affidavit in its existing form, and may require it to be re-written in a clear and legible and unobjectionable manner.

234. An affidavit sworn before any British judicial or Consular Before whom affidavita officer, authorized to take affidavits,-before any Judge, Officer or other may be sworn. person in the United Kingdom or in any British colony or possession, authorized to take affidavits, before any Mayor or other Magistrate in

Affidavit defective in form.

Affidavit sworn before attorney in suit.

Signature of witness.

Jurst.

Alteration and re-swearing.

Amendment.

Costs.

Filing of original. Office copy.

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any foreign country authorized to administer an oath,- -or in the case of a foreigner in China or Japan before his own proper Consular or other authority, may be used in the Court.

235. An affidavit may be used, notwithstanding it is defective in form according to these Rules, if the Court is satisfied that it has been sworn before a person duly authorized, and that its form is in accordance with the law and custom of the place where it is sworn.

236. An affidavit shall not be admitted which is proved to have been sworn before a person on whose behalf the same is offered or before his attorney, or before a partner or clerk of his attorney.

237. Every affidavit sworn before a British judicial or Consular officer in China or Japan must be signed by the witness; or in case the witness cannot write his name, his mark must be subscribed; such signature or mark to be made in the presence of the officer.

238. The jurat should be written without interlineation or erasure, immediately at the foot of the affidavit, and towards the left side of the paper, and must be signed by the judicial or Consular officer before whom the affidavit is sworn, and be sealed with the seal of the Court of which he is an officer, or with his Consular or other official seal (as the case may be).

It must state the date of the swearing of the affidavit, and the place where it was sworn.

It must state that the affidavit was sworn before the judicial or Consular officer.

Where the witness is blind or illiterate it must state that fact, and that the affidavit was read over to him in the presence of the officer, and that the witness appeared perfectly to understand it.

Where the witness cannot write his name, and therefore subscribes his mark, the jurat must state those facts, and that the mark was made in the presence of the officer.

Where two or more persons join in making an affidavit, their several names must be written in the jurat, and it must appear by the jurat that each of them has been sworn to the truth of the several matters stated by him in the affidavit.

239. The judicial or Consular officer must not allow an affid when once sworn, to be altered in any manner whatever without being

resworn.

If the jurat has been added and signed, a new jurat must be added if the affidavit is resworn; and in the new jurat mention must be made of the alteration.

Any officer before whom an affidavit is proposed to be resworn after alteration may refuse to allow the same to be resworn, and may, in lieu thereof, require the witness to make a fresh affidavit.

240. A defective or erroneous affidavit may be amended and resworn, by special leave of the Court in which it is to be used, on such terms as to time, costs, and other things, as seem just.

241. Where an affidavit used in the Court is not in accordance with these rules, the Court may make such order respecting the costs of or connected with the affidavit as seems just.

242. Before an affidavit is used in the Court, the original affidavit must be filed in the Court; and the original or an office copy thereof (that is, a copy scaled with the seal of the Court as evidence of its being a correct copy, and either made under the direction of the Court or produced to the Court for examination and sealing), shall alone be recognized for any purpose in the Court.

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interlocutory or other application.

    243. On the hearing of any interlocutory or other application in a Vicá voce evidence on suit or matter, the Court may, if it thinks it just and expedient, for reasons to be recorded in the minutes of proceedings, summon a British subject to attend to produce documents before it, or to be examined, or to be cross-examined and re-examined, vivá voce, by or before it, in like manner as at the hearing of a suit.

Such notice as the Court in each case, according to the circumstances, considers reasonable shall be given to the person summoned, and to such persons (parties to the suit or proceeding or otherwise interested) as the Court considers entitled to inspect the documents to be produced, or to examine, cross-examine, or re-examine the person summoned, or to be present at his examination, cross-examination, or re-examination, as the case may be.

     The evidence of a witness on any such examination, cross-examina- tion, or re-examination shall be taken in like manner as nearly as may be, as evidence at the hearing of a suit.

as preparatory to

     244. Where the circumstances of the case appear to the Court so Fird roce evidence takeu to require, for reasons to be recorded in the minutes of proceedings, the hearing Court may, in like manner, take the evidence of any witness at any time in the course of the proceedings, in any suit or application as preparatory to the hearing of the suit or application, and the evidence so taken may be used at the hearing of the suit or application, saving just exceptions.

The evidence shall be taken in like manner, as nearly as may be, as evidence at the hearing of a suit, and then the note of the evidence shall be read over to the witness and tendered to him for signature; and if he refuse to sign it the Court shall add a note of his refusal, and the evidence may be used as if he had signed it.

245. Evidence may be taken in like manner on the application Evidence before suit of any person, before suit instituted, where it is shown to the satisfaction instituted. of the Court on oath that the person applying has good reason to apprehend that a suit will be instituted against him in the Court, and that some person, within the particular jurisdiction at the time of application, can give material evidence respecting the subject of the apprehended suit, but that he is about to leave the particular jurisdiction, or that from some other cause the person applying will lose the benefit of his evidence if it be not at once taken.

Witness dead, insane, or not appearing.

evidence.

246. Where any person who might give evidence in any suit or Proof of former matter is dead, or insane, or unavoidably absent at the time his evidence might be taken, or for any reason considered sufficient by the Court cannot appear to give evidence in the suit or matter, the Court may, if it thinks fit, receive proof of any evidence given by him in any former judicial proceeding; provided that the subject matter of such former judicial proceeding was substantially the same as that of the existing suit, and that the parties to the existing suit were parties to it or bound by it, and in it had cross-examined or had an opportunity of cross-exam.ining the witness of whose evidence proof is so to be given.

Oath.

247. On any occasion the Court may, if it thinks it just and expedient for reasons to be recorded in the minutes of proceedings, take without oath the evidence of any person objecting on grounds of conscience to take an oath,-the fact of the evidence having been so taken without oath being also recorded in the minutes of proceedings.

Notice to admit.

Corts.

In whose name, and how, proceedings to be taken.

Filing of power of attorney.

Person proceeding without authority.

In what dames.

Place for service. `

Security for costs.

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Admission of Documents.

248. Where all parties to a suit are competent to make admissions, any party may call on any other party by notice filed in the Court and served under order of the Court, to admit any document, saving just exceptions.

In case of refusal or neglect to admit, the costs of proof of the document shall be paid by the party refusing or neglecting, whatever be the result of the cause, unless the Court is of opinion that the refusal or neglect to admit was reasonable.

No costs of proof of any document shall be allowed unless such notice has been given, except in cases where the omission to give the notice has in the opinion of the Court produced a saving of expense.

XIL MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS.

Attorneys and Agents.

249. Every person doing any act or taking any proceeding in the Court as plainti, or otherwise must do so in his own name and not otherwise, and either by himself or by his attorney, procurator, or agent thereunto lawfully authorized in writing.

250. Where such act is done or proceeding taken by an attorney, procurator, or agent, the power of attorney, or instrument constituting the procurator or agent, or an authenticated copy thereof, must be filed in the Court before or at the commencement of the proceedings.

Where the authority is special and has reference only to the particular proceeding to be taken, the original document itself must be

filed.

Where the authority is general or has reference to other matters in which the attorney, procurator, or agent is empowered to act, an authenticated copy of such document may be filed.

The authority, whether general or special, must be distinct and clear, so as to satisfy the Court that the person professing to act thereon has such authority as he claims to exercise.

251. Any person doing any act or taking any proceeding in the Court in the name or on behalf of another person, not being lawfully authorized thereunto, and knowing himself not to be so authorized, is guilty of a contempt of Court.

Proceedings by or against Partnerships.

252. Proceedings by or on behalf of or against a partnership solely or jointly must me taken in the several names of the partners as individuals, and not in the name of the firm or otherwise.

Plaintiff out of Jurisdiction.

253. Where a plaintiff, whether suing alone or suing jointly, is out of the jurisdiction of the particular Court, or is only temporarily resident within it, he must file in the Court, at or before the com- mencement of proceedings, a written statement of a fit place within the jurisdiction where notice or process may be served on him.

He must also give security for costs and fees by deposit, or by bond in the penal sum of 500 dollars.

The Court may at any time during the suit or proceeding either on its own motion or on the application of any defendant order him to give further or better security for costs and fees, and may direct proceedings to be stayed in the meanwhile.

IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

Service.

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