Hongkong Directory 1880





CHINAS JAPAN GH MILIPPINES &c.

THE

CHONG KONGS

1880.95

·H. As.4558 = (1880

A. S. WATSON AND CO.,

屈臣公司

FAMILY AND DISPENSING

CHEMISTS,

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

DRUGGISTS,

PERFUMERS,

PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS.

DRUGGISTS' SUNDRYMEN,

AND

AERATED WATER MAKERS.

THE HONGKONG DISPENSARY

香港大藥房

ESTABLISHED A.D. 1841,

NOTICE. To avoid delay in the execution of Orders it is particularly requested that all business communications

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HONGKONG & WHAMPOA DOCK

COMPANY, LIMITED.

OFFICES, I, CLUB CHAMBERS, D'AGUILAR STREET,

HONGKONG.

BANKERS:

 

HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Hon. W. KESWICK, Chairman.

A. McIVER, Esq., Vice-Chairman. H. HOPPIUS, Esq.

G. B. EMORY, Esq. C. D. BOTTOMLEY, Esq.

D. GILLIES, Esq., Secretary.

THE

HE COMPANY'S DOCKS at ABERDEEN and Kowloon, and THE PATENT SLIP at Belcher's Bay are in full working order, and the attention of Captains and Shipowners is respectfully solicited to the advantages which these Establishments offer for Docking and Repairing Vessels. The Company's FOUR GRANITE DOCKS are the largest in China, capable of docking vessels 450 feet in length, and 23 feet draft of water, and they are fitted with every appliance in the way of Caissons, powerful Steam Pumps, &c., to ensure safety and despatch in work.

WORKSHOPS.

The Workshops at Aberdeen, Kowloon and Belcher's Bay possess every appliance necessary for the Repairs of Ships or Steam Machinery. The Engineers' Shops are supplied with Lathes, Planing, Screwing, Cutting, and Punching Machines, &c., &c., capable of executing work on the largest scale, and driven by steam. The Shipwrights' and Blacksmiths' Shops are equally well supplied, and are under the Supervision of experienced Europeans.

A large Saw Mill, fitted with every modern improvement, is now in working order. This New Machinery enables the Company to undertake the building of vessels and execution of all kinds of ships' work at Lower Rates, and with greater despatch than any establishment in the East.

     Powerful Lifting Shears at all their Establishments stand on a Jetty, alongside which vessels can lie drawing 24 feet of water, and take in or out boilers, &c.

The Company, in addition to executing Repairs, are prepared to tender for the construction of New Vessels, either in Iron or Wood; and for supplying new Boilers to Steamships, for executing which they have great facilities.

FOUNDRY.

Iron and Brass Castings, either for Ships or general purposes, are executed with the utmost despatch.

STORES.

     The Company's large and well selected Stores of Materials necessary for Ship-work will be supplied, when required, at the lowest possible rates.

      The Company's Steam Tugs Fame and Pilot Fish are always in readiness to berth Vessels, and Tow them to or from Sea at moderate Charges.

For further particulars, apply to the Ofices of the Company, 1, D'Aguilar Street, Hongkong.

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FOR THE YEAR

1850.

CORRECTED AT THE DIFFERENT BANKS, OFFICES, AND INSTITUTIONS.

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THE CHRONICLE AND DIRECTORY FOR 1880.

CONTENTS.

PAGE.

PAGE.

Plate of Signals and House Flags.

Amoy, Descriptive and Statistical

.294

Keelung, Descriptive and Statistical

Do. Directory

293

293

Do. Directory

285

Annam, Towns of, Descriptive

.448

Australian Mails, 1880....

.499

Bangkok, Descriptive and Statistical..

.450

Macao, Descriptive and Statistical.

Do Directory.

Kiukiang, escriptive and Statistical

Do. Directory.

.360

350

261

.262

Mahomedan Festivals, Fasts, &c...

35

Do. Directory

.451

Cambodia, Descriptive and Statistical

444

Do. Directory

Manila, Descriptive and Statistical

Do. Directory

113

414

.445

Military Forces (British) in China....

227

Calendar for 1880....

Do. Anglo-Chinese, for 1880..

Nagasaki, Descriptive and Statisticul

.376

Eclipses, Fixed and Moveable Feasts Law and University Terms

Do Directory.

376

Naval Department (British) Hong ong..

228

Do. Squadron (American) in China and Japan..235

Jewish Calendar.

Do. Do.

(British)

Do.

229

Birthdays of Royal Family

5

Canton, Descriptive and Statistical

Do. Do.

(French)

Do.

234

276

De. Do.

(German)

Do.

237

Do. Directory..

277

Do. Do.

Cebu, Descriptive and Statistical

(Canton)

Do.

286

433

Newchwang, Descriptive and Statistical

.369

Du. Directory.

434

Do. Directory..

.369

Chair, Boat, and Coolie Hire, Hongkong.

.495

Chefoo, Descriptive and Statistical

Niigata, Descriptive and Statistical

408

.357

Do. Directory..

.358

Do. Directory.

.408

China, Descriptive and Statistical

Ningpo, Descriptive and Statistical

302

.269

Chinese Festivals, Fasts, and Observances

30

Do. Directory

.303

Chinkiang, Descriptive and Statistical

Osaka, Descri, tive and Statistical

.384

..347

Do.

Directory

385

Do. Directory

347

Fakhoi, Descriptive and Statistical

573

Distances to Europe, Table of...

.500

Do. Directory

273

Do. to Shanghai

501

Parsee Festivals, Fasts, &c......

37

Do. to Towns on Yangtsze

.602

English Maile, 1880.....

Passage Money, Rates of...

496

.498

Foochow, Descriptive and Statistical

Peking Descriptive and Statistical

.265

.294.

- De. Directory

266

Do. Directory

..296

Foreign Residents, Alphabetical list of...

Philippines, Descriptive and Statistical

411

Formosa Directory...

291

aigon, Descriptive and Statistical

436

French Mails, 1880..

.498

D. Directory

.437

Haiphong, Descriptive and Statistical..

Shanghai, Descriptive and Statistical

314

446

Do.

Directory.

314

Do.

Directory

447

Do.

Roads in the Settlements

346

Hakodate, Descriptive and Statistical.

409

Siamese Mode of Dividing Time...

39

1o. Directory.

409

Bankow, Descriptive and Statistical

Singapore, Descriptive and Statistical

467

352

Do.

Directory

.469

Do.

Directory..

353

Sunrise and Sunset for 1880.....

2

Hanoi, Descriptive and Statistical

448

Do. Directory

Swatow. l'e-criptive and Statistical

.279

448

Do.

Directory...

.279

Hiogo, Descriptive and Statistical,

.379

Do. (Kobe) Directory.

Taiwan and Takao, Descriptive and Statistical.

290

.379

Do.

Directory

201

Hoihow, Descriptive and Statistical

.274

Do. Directory

Taka, Descriptive and Statistical

.261

..274

Hongkong, Plan of Victoria

De. Directory

261

187

Tamsui, De criptive and Statistical

292

Do. Descriptive and Statistical

187

Do. Directory

292

Do.

Directory

.191

Tientsin, Descriptive and Statistical

.362

Do.

Chinese Hongs......

238

Do.

Directory

.262

Do. Streets Directory

.255

Tokio, De criptive and Statistical

401

Do.

Postal Guide..

.487

Do.

Stamp Ordinances..

Do Directory..

.403

.475

Do. Stamp Duties....

Weights ord Mersures, Money

.473

.478

Werchow, Descriptive 2nd : tatistical

.301

Ielang, Descriptive and Statistical

356

Do. Directory..

302

Do. Directory..

.357

Whampoa, Des riptive and Statistical

275

Iloilo, Deser ptive and Statistical

.429

D... Directory...

275

Do. Directory

.430

Wuhu, Dese i tive and Stat stical.

248

Japan, Descriptive and Statistical

Do. Directory

240

Japanese Festivals, Fasts, and Observances....

33

Yokohama, De criptive and Statistical.

set;

Jewish Festivals, Fasts, and Observances........................... .........

33

Do. Directory

...687

Advertisements.

CONTENTS.

PAGE.

Hongkong Dispensary-Front & Back Covers. Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Company-Facing

Front Cover".

Hongkong and China Gas Company; Hongkong, Canton, and Macao Steamboat Company- Facing Back Cover.

Comptoir d'Escomte de Paris

.605

Chtd. Mercantile Bank of India, London and China.506 National Bank of India...

PAGE.

William Schmidt & Co., gunmakers, &c., G. R.

Lammert, auctioneer and commission agent......519 A. Hahn, pianoforte tuner, B. Mourente, rope manufacturer; J. G. Smith & Co., commission merchants; H. N. Mody, broker and auctioneer.520 More & Siemund, shipcha dlers, &c.; Wah Loong, silk and ivory dealer; Yu Chong, tea dealers; Hing Shing, shoe maker

521

Tai Yune, provision dealer; Wing Kee, ship- chandlers and coal merchants; China Overland Trade Report, Volumes; Household Companion.522 Sutton & Sons, seed merchants....

.523

.607

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, & China 503 Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation....509 China Fire Insurance Co apany. Limited.. Chinese Insurance Company, Limited

510

.511

Woods, Cocksedge & Co., agricultural implement makers; Joseph Gillott's steel pens; Rimmel's perfumery; The Tourist's Guidê

..524

Yangtsze Insurance Association....

.512

Union Insurance Society of Canton...

513

Williams, Blanchard & Co., shipping & commission

merchants, San Francisco

Queen Fire Insurance Company.

.514

...525

Central & Union Pacific Railroads

Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Company; Sun

Fire Office

North British & Mercantile Insurance Company...5lã Phoenix Fire Insurance Company; On Tai In-

surance Comp ny, Limited

.526

.516

Macondray & Co., shipping and commission

merchants; Fisher's advertising agency

527

English & Chinese Dictionary..

528

.517

G. Falconer & Co., watch and chronometer makers and jewellers; MacEwen, Frickel & Co., sbip. chandlers, commission agents, &c..........

China Overland Trade Report; Chronicle and

Directory

529

.518

"Hongkong Daily Press; Chung Ngoi San Po.530 Printing-Daily Press" Office.....

Bookbinding" Daily Press" Office....

631

....532

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SIGNAL STATION,

VICTORIA

PEAK, HONG KONG,

1823 feet above Sea level,

The Union Jack will be hoisted at the Mast Head when any vessel is being signalud.

The Commercial Code of Sigrals for all Nations will be used at the Station.

All Signals made by Vessels in the Offing will be repeated.

When Signalling to Men-of-War in the Harbour or in the Offing, a White Ensign will be hoisted at the Flagstaff, and at the Mast Head of the Man-of-War.

Distance Signals will be made at the Mast Head, and will be kept flying for ten minutes. Compass Signals will be shown at the Yard.

When a Steamer, or the smoke of a Steamer is sighted, the Compass Bearings, and Distance off will be hoisted. If, when the Vessel is made out, she is not a Mail Steamer, the Vessel's Distinguishing Flag will be substituted for the Compass Signal, and it will be kept flying until the Ship anchors,

If the Steamer is a regular Mail Steamer, a Gun will be fired and a Ball over the English, French, or American Ensign, with the Distance off at that time, will be shown at the Mast Head. The Compass Signal and Symbol will be hauled down. The Mail Signal will be kept up until the Vessel anchors.

River Steamers will not be signalled. The approach of other Steamers from Macao or Canton will be maade known by showing the National or House Flag and Symbol at Yard Arm.

If a Flag showing that an Officer of high rank is on board an incoming Vessel, a similar Flag will be shown above the Ball, or the Flag alone will be hoisted at the Mast Head.

The approach of Men-of-War and Sailing Vessels will be notified by their proper Symbols and National Colours, or House Flags, at the Quarter of the Yard or at the Yard Arm.

Note.-Ther Distances of Vessels will be estimated from the Peak and will be made by means of the Numerals which are attached to the Flags at foot of this page.

MERCHANT SHIPS.

Symbols to be Hoisted at the

Yard Arms.

MEN OF WAR.

Symbols to be Hoisted at the

Quarter of the Yard.

Steamer. Ship. Barque. Brig.

Schooner,

Line of Frigate Corvette. Battle Ship.

Paddle Despatch or Steamer. Gunboat.

COMPASS SIGNALS AT YARD.

C.B. NORTH, C.F. N.DE.

O.H. N.N.E.

C.K. N.EN.

C.M. N.E. D.B. EAST. D.M. S.E. CP. N.E.DE. D.F. E.69. D.P. S.ES. C.R. E.N.E. D.H. E.S.E. DR. S.S.E. C.T. E.ON, D.K. S.E.DE D.T. S.BE

COMPASS SIGNALS AT YARD.

FB. SOUTH. FM W G.B WEST. G. M. N.W.

F.D. NOW. FPS WOW. G.D, W.¿N. G.P. N.W.IN.

F.H. S.S.W. F.R. W S.W. G.H. W.N.W. G.R. N.N.W.

F.K. S.W.68. F.T. W&S.

G.K. N.WON. G.T. N.¿W.

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ARNHOLD KARBERG &Co

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EASTERN LAUSTRALIAN

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CILMAN & C?

HOLLIDAY WISE & CO

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HONGKONG, CANTON, & MACAO STEAMBOAT C9

HEUERMANN HERBST&C THOS HOWARD & C?

JARDINE MATHESON & C:

LANDSTEIN & CO

LANE CRAWFORD & Co

D.LAPRAIK & CO

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J.LEMBKE & CO

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MACEWEN FRICKEL & CO

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REMEDIOS & Co

ROZARIO & Co

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D. SASSOON SONS & C!

ES & C

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EP SCHELLHASS & CO

SIEMSSEN & C°

TURNER & CO

VOGEL HACEDORN & C?

WIELER & CO

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Mart

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French Ship

United States Coricite

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American

Mail

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EXAMPLES.

Ancar & Cos Steamer

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French

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Inglo-Chinese Calendar for 1880.

(LEAP YEAR.)

BEING XLIII & XLIV OF QUEEN VICTORIA,

V. of Kwang-su, being Kí-mou, or the 16th Year of the Cycle, and VI. of Kwang-su, being Kan-shún, or the 17th Year of the Cycle. 辰庚次歲年大

己次歲年五光

光至

JANUARY.

(31 Days.)

FEBRUARY.

(29 Days.)

MAROH.

(31 Days.)

APRIL.

JUNE.

JULY.

(30 Days.)

(31 Days)

(30 Days.)

(31 Days.){

MAY.

AUGUST.

(31 Days.)

SEPTEMBER. OCTOBER.

NOVEMBER.

DECEMBER.

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TIME OF SUNRISE AND SUNSET, 1880.

SUNRISE. SUNSET.

SUNRISE. SUNSET.

{HOURS. MINUTES. HOURS, MINUTES.

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THE CALENDAR FOR 1880.

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 3651 days and the solar year of 365-2422013 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 1722, 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 come, 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.

19 | Dominical Letters

18

Roman Indiction

13 Julian Period...

DC

8

.6593

    The Solar Cycle, or Cycle of the Sun, is a period of 28 years, after which 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 Meton, 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, oppositions, 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 months 19 years before. The Prime, or Golden number, is the number of years elapsed in this Cycle. Before the birth of Christ two years of this Cycle had elapsed.

     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 7980 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. Its beginning is placed 710 years before the usual date of the creation of the world, or 4714 before the commencement of the Christian Era.

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

24 06 4:09

24 52 0·00 24 48 0·00

ECLIPSES-FESTIVAL DAYS.

A Lunar sidereal month is..

>>

synodic

**

tropical

25

,,

**

anomalistic nodal

Moon's inclination to the Ecliptic.

>>

Excentricity

MONTHS.

Distance from the earth in radii....

Days. Hrs. Min. Sec.

27 7

43

11.5

29 12 44

2.87

27 7

43 4.7

27 13 18 37-4

27

5 5 36:

00 50 8 47.9

0·0548442

60-67

YEARS.

Days.

Hrs. Min.

Sec.

The anomalistic year is.

*

.365

6

13

49.3

A sidereal year is.

.365

6

9

13.7

A common, or tropical year, is...

.365

48

49.7

A lunar year is

.364 8

48

34.44

ECLIPSES IN 1880,

beglus on

In the year 1880 there will be four Eclipses of the Sun and two of the Moon. 1.-January 11th, 12th.-A Total Eclipse of the Sun, invisible at Greenwi January 11th, at 8h. 1m., p.m., Greenwich mean time, in long. 153 deg. 44 min. E. and lat. 4 deg. 33 min. N., and ends on January 19th at 1h. 8m. a.m. in long. 118 deg. 56 min. W. and lat. 31 deg. 27 min. N. Visible from the Pacific Ocean, and in Australia about the Gulf of Carpentaria only.

II-January 22nd.-A Total Eclipse of the Moon, invisible at Greenwich, begins at 15m. after noon. Greenwich mean time, and ends at 3h. 25m. p.m.

III-July 7th.--An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, invisible at Greenwich, begins at 10h. 43m. a.m., Greenwich mean time, in long. 59 deg. 37 min. W. and lat. 22 deg. 47 min. S., and ends at 3h. 37m. p.m. in long. 12 deg. 44 min. E. and lat. 44 deg. 43 min. S. At the Cape of Good Hope a Partial Eclipse is visible; begins at 2h. 53m, p.m., Cape mean time, and ends at 4h. 41m. p.m. Invisible in Australia.

      IV.--December 2nd.-A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, invisible at Greenwich. The greatest Eclipse occurs in long. 42 deg. 43 min. W. and lat. 67 deg. 56 min. S.

V-December 16th-A Total Eclipse of the Moon, partly visible at Greenwich, begins at 1h. 45m. p.m., Greenwich mean time, and ends at 5h. 33m. p.m. At Greenwich the Moon will rise at 3h. 46m. p.m.

      VI. December 31st.-A Partial Eclipse of the Sun, visible at Greenwich. The greatest Eclipse occurs in long. 49 deg. 29 min. W. and lat, 65 deg. 8 min. N.

RULES FOR ASCERTAINING DATES OF MOVEABLE FEASTS. Easter day is the first Sunday after the first Ecclesiastical full moon following the 21st March, or if the moon happens on a Sunday, Easter Day is the Sunday following. Advent Sunday is the nearest Sunday to St. Andrew's Day, whether before or after. Rogation Sunday is Five weeks after Easter Day. Ascension Day is Forty days after. Whit Sunday is Seven weeks after. Trinity Sunday is Eight

weeks after.

FIXED AND MOVEABLE FESTIVALS, ANNIVERSARIES,

Epiphany

Septuagesima Sunday

Quinquagesima---Shrove Sunday... Feb. Ash Wednesday

Ascension Day; Holy Thursday..May 6

+

May 16

E

May 23

May 24

May 27 .June 20

. June 21

ETC., .Jan. 6

ETC.

Jan. 25

Pentecost Whit Sunday

8

Trinity Sunday...

Feb. 11

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Birth of Queen Victoria

1st Sun, in Lent

St. David

St. Patrick

.Feb. 15

Corpus Christi..

Mar. 1

Mar. 17

Palm Sunday

Annunciation-Lady Day

Good Friday

EASTER SUNDAY

Mar. 21

L

Mar. 25

.Mar. 26

Mar 28

Low Sunday

..April 4

St. Andrew

St. George

2

Rogation Sunday

.April 23 . May

St. Thomas

2

Accession of Queen Victoria. Proclamation

St. John Bapt.-Midsum. Day St. Michael Michaelmas Day Birth of Prince of Wales

1st Sunday in Advent

Christmas Day

..June 24

..Sept. 29

.Nov. 9 Nov. 28

.Nov. 30

+

.Dec. 21

Dec. 25

LAW AND UNIVERSITY TERMS, 1880-JEWISH CALENDAR.

LAW AND UNIVERSITY TERMS, 1880.

LAW.

BEGINS.

ENDS.

OXF. ACT, JULY 6.

BEGINS.

ENDS.

Hilary

Easter

Trinity

Michaelmas

January 11 April

6

May 25

January 31 May 3 June 14

Lent

Easter

January 14 March 31

March 20 May 14

Trinity

Novber. 2

Novber. 23

Michaelmas

Mav October 11

15

July 5

Decber.17

CAM. COM. JUNE 22.

BEGINS.

DIVIDES.

ENDS.

Lent

Easter

Michaelmas

January 13

Feb. 15, noon

March

19

April

May 14, noon

June

25

October 1

Nov. 8, noon

December 16

10

5

1880.

JEWISH CALENDAR.

5640.

1880.

5610.

1880.

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Th

14, W

Feb. 12, 13, Th F

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25, W

26, 27, Ta F

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July 9, F

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New Moo....

Second Passover.... 33 of the Homer. New Moon.... Sebuot

Tebet 17

July 18,

Fast of Ab

New Moon

Sebat 1

New Mon...

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New Moon

Fast of Esther

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11

18

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35

28,

27, 28, M Tu

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13

3

10

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21

>>

22, 23

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Kislev 1

25

Dec. 3,

Fast of Tamuz...

New Moon.....................

18 Ab 1

12,

31,

New loon...

New Moon

Tebet 1

Fast f Tebet

10

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23

29

BIRTHDAYS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY.

Date of Birth and Age of each in 1880.

Queen Victoria,

Prince Consort, brn Aug. 26,

1819, died Dec. 14, 1881.

Princess Royal........

Nov. 21, 1840

10

$3

(Married January 25, 1858, to

  Crown Prince Frederic Wil- liam of Prussia) 6 chl.

Prince of Wales.

   (Married March 10, 1863, to Alexandra Princess of D'mark,

born Dec. 1. 1844.) Issue:

Their son, Prince Albert Victor

    Christian Edward.........Jan. 8, 1864 Their son, Prince George Fred.

May 24, 1819

61 yrs.

Prince Alfred Enst. Albert (Duke

of Edburgh).

..Aug. 6, 1844

36 yrs.

(Married, January 23, 1874, to

Grand Duchess Marie Alex-

androvna of Russia) 3 child.

Princess Helena Augusta Victoria

May 25, 1846

34

59

Nov. 9, 1841

39

(Married July 5, 1866, to Prince Christian of Schleswig-Hol-

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Princess Louise Caroline Alberta

March 18, 1848

32

16

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Prince Arthur William Patrick Al-

Ernest Albert.

June 3, 1865

15

37

Their da.. Prs. Louise Victoria

Alexandra Dagmar.............. Feb. 20, 1867 Their da.. Prs. Victoria Alex.

13

Olga Mary..

..July 6, 1868. | 12

Their da., Prs. Maud Char-

lotte Mary Victoria......Nov. 26, 1869

Princess Alice Maud Mary.....Ap.25, 1843

(Married July 1, 1862, to Prince

Louis of Hesse, died Dec. 14,

1878) 7 cbld.

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bert...

Princess Beatrice Mary Vict.

1.

Duke ambridge..

Duchess Cambridge. Duche s of Mecklenburg Duchess of Teck

April 7, 1853 Feodore April 14, 1857 Sept. 21, 1845 Mar. 26, 1819 ..July 25, 1797 July 19, 1822 .Nov. 27,

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THE CALENDAR FOR 1880.

JANUARY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

(For Civil Mean Time at Hongkong.)

d.

h. m. sec.

d. h. m. sec.

Last Quarter

5

2

24 43 P.M.

First Quarter 19

2 16

40

P.M.

New Moon

12

6 15 44 A.M.

Full Moon 27

5

48 38 P.M.

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

11th&12th

WEEK. MONTH MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

- Q 20

1

20

2

21

3

22

Sun.

4

23

Mon.

24

Tues.

6

25

Wed.

7

26

Hiogo and Osaka opened, 1868. Overland Telegraph through Russia opened, 1872,

The Emperor Kang-hi sends as his Envoy to the Pope the Jesuit Father Bouvet, 1706. Lin Tsihsu appointed Commissioner, 1839. Li Sing-yuen appointed Imperial Commis

sioner in Kwangsi, 1851.

2nd after Christmas. Great Fire at Tokio, 1870.

Decree of Emperor Tao-kwang prohibiting trade with England, 1840. Commissioner

Yeh captured, 1858.

Epiphany. Fearful fire at Tientsin, 1,100 famine refugees burnt to death, 1878.

Forts at Chuenpi taken with great slaughter, 1841.

Thur.

27

Ice one-fourth inch thick at Canton, 1852.

at Canton, 1785.

Gunner of the "Lady Hughes "strangled

Frid.

9

28

Sat.

10

29

Sun. 11

30

Mon. 12

1

Tues. 13

Wed. 14

Thur.

15

Frid.

16

Sat.

17

Sun. 18

Mon.

19

Tues. 20

9

Wed.

21

10

Murder of Mr. Holworthy at the Peak, 1989. Marriage of the Mikado of Japan, 1869. Several chests of Opium forcibly taken by the Mandarins from an English resident in

Canton, 1838,

1st after Epiphany. Sir R. Alcock left Hongkong for England, 1870. Seamen's Church,

West Point, opened, 1872.

Tung-chi, Emperor of China, died, in the nineteenth year of his age, 1875.

Ki-ying, Viceroy of Kwang-tung and Kwang-ai, issues a proclamation recommending moderation in dealing with foreigners, and intimating the intention of opening up Can- ton according to the Treaties, 1848.

Secretary of American Legation murdered at Tokio, 1871.

Bread poisoning in Hongkong, by Chinese baker Alum, 1857. H.I.. the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia returned to Hongkong from Nagasaki, 1873, Meeting of Shanghai Steam Navigation Company at which it was resolved to sell ships and plant to China Merchants Company, 1877. Total loss of the E. & A. M. steamer "Singapore" off the Cumberland Íslands, 1877.

Great Gunpowder explosion in Hongkong harbour, 1867.

2nd after Epiphany.

Elliot and Kishen treaty, ceding Hongkong, 1841. Sailors' Home at Hongkong formally opened, 1863. The "Frederic" burnt by the Coolies, 1870. Chung How and Suite returned to China from France, 1872.

Steamer "Corea" lost on her voyage to Yokohama, 1867. Sir Edmund Head died, 1868,

Attack on Lieut. Kerr and the boat of the "Cockchafer" at Swatow, 1869.

Thur. 22

11

The Chinese Ambassadors arrived in London, 1877.

Frid.

23

12

P. & O. steamer "Niphon," lost off Amoy, 1868,

Sat.

24

13

Matheus Ricci, the Jesuit Missionary, enters Peking, 1601.

U.S. Corvette "Oneida " lost

Sun. 25

14

Mon, 26

15

Tues. 27

16

Wed. 28 17

Thur. 29 18 Frid. 30 19 Sat. 31

20

through collision with P. & O. steamer " Bombay," near Yokohama, 1870, Septuagesima. Instructions from Lord Palmerston to Lord Napier, superintendent of British Trade in China, 1834. Hongkong taken possession of, 1841. St. Paul's Church at Macao burnt, 1835. Establishment of Amoy Chamber of Commerce, 1875.

Huang-trung-han appointed Imperial Commissioner at Canton, 1855.

Decree from Yung-ching forbidding, under pain of death, the propagation of the Christian

faith in China, 1733. "Loss of steamer "Suwonada," 1872,

Lord Saltoun left China with $3,000,000 ransom money, 1846. H.I.H. the Grand Duke

Alexis left for Manila, 1873.

First arrival of the " Colorado" from San Francisco, 1867. Loss of the C. M. Co.'s str.

"Howsang" off Dodd Island, near Amoy, 1878,

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JANUARY-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 10 days, 9 hours, A.M. APOGEE, 22 days, 4 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1879.

Maximum..

76

Minimum.

.45

Maximum. Minimum

72

*

45

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum

..30.432

Minimum,

30.020

DAYS

DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

11th & 12th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Thur.

1

20

Frid.

2

21

Sat.

3

22

Sun.

23

Mon.

5

24

Tues.

6

25

Wed.

7

26

Thur.

8

27

Frid.

9

28

Sat.

10

29

Sun. 11

30

Memoranda.

Mon. 12

Tues.

13

Wed. 14

Ke

Thur. 15

4

Frid.

16

5

Sat.

17

6

Sun. 18

7

Mon. 19

8

Tues.

20

9

Wed. 21

10

Thur. 22

11

Frid. 23

12

Sat.

24

13

Sun.

25

14

Mon. 26

15

Tues. 27

16

Wed. 28

17

Thur. 29

18

Frid. 30

19

Sat.

31

20

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FEBRUARY-29 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

m.

sec.

d. h.

m. $80.

Last Quarter

3 11

14 41

P.M.

First Quarter 18

11 21 45

A.M.

New Moon

10 6 53

40

P.M.

Full Moon 25

8 57 44

A.M.

DAYS

DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

12th & 1st

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Sun.

1

21

Mon.

2

22

Tues.

23

Wed.

4

Thur.

5

25

Frid.

26

Sat.

27

Sun.

&

28

Mon.

9

29

Tues. 10

Wed.

11

2

Thur.

12

3

Frid. 13

Sat.

14

Sun.

15

6

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Sexagesima. Inhabitants of Hongkong declared British subjects, 1841. P. & 0. Com.

pany's New Post Contract commenced, 1868. Letters from the Imperial Commisioner Lia to H.B.M the Queen, complaining of the persistency of her subjects in seading Opiam to China, 184). The new German Club opened, 1872.

Great robbery in the Central Bank discovered, 1885. Outrage on Foreigners at Kobe, Japan, 1868. Loss of steamer "Chekiang," 1972. Loss of the C. M. Co.'s steamer

Kiangchang" on the Porpoise rock, in the Yangtzo, 1878,

The Spanish brig Nuevo Lepanto," on her way from Hongkong to Macao, was taken

by two pirate junks near Lantao, 1865.

The Spanish Envoy Halcon arrived at Macao to demand satisfaction from the Chinese for

the burning of the Spanish brig "Bilbaino," 1840.

The "Therese,"62 days after her departure, while in sight of land, was taken by the coolies,

who killed the officers and crew, 1868.

Quinquagesima. The Spanish fleet leaves the port of Cavite, by order of the Governor of

M nila, for the purpose of taking Form sa, 1626, Great Fire at Foochow, 1868.

Henrietta Maria was found drifting about in the Palawan Passage, captain, crew, and 250 Coolies missing, 1857.

The

Shrove Tuesday.

J

Ash Wednesday. Death of Emperor Kien-lung in the 60th year of his reigu, 1795. Ki-chen receives at Canton a decree from Emperor Tao-kwang rejecting the conditions of peace agreed upon by him with the English, 1841.

The Allied Commissioners at Canton send a letter to the Secretary of State at Peking recommending the advisability of appointing a Plenipotentiary to settle the difficulties at Shanghai, 1858.

Outbreak of Convicts in Singapore Gaol, 1875.

St. Valentine's day. New Chinese Hosp tal opened by Sir R. G. Maconnell, 1872. Loss

of Messrs. D. Lapraik & Co.'s steamer "Taiwan," in the Formosa Chanuel, 1879. 1st in Lent.

Mon. 16

7

Ports of Hongkong and Tinghai declared free, 1841.

Tues. 17

8

Insurgents evacuated Shanghai, 1855.

Wed. 18

9

Thur, 19

10

Frid.

20

11

Sat.

21

12

Sun.

22

13

Mon.

23

14

Tues.

24

15

Chusan evacuated by the British troops, 1841.

Wed. 25

16

Thur. 26

17

Bogue For s (Canton) destroyed by Sir Gordon Bremmer. 1811.

Frid.

27

18

Sat.

28

19

Lord Amherst's Embassy, returning from China, was shipwrecked in the Java Sea, 1817. Outrage on Sir Harry Parkes in Japan, 1888. Mr. Hoshi Torn, a Japanese barrister of the Middle Temple, admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of Japan at Yokohama, 1878. Medical Missionary Society organised at Canton, 1938. Mr. A. R. Margary, of H.B.M.'8

Consular service, was murdered at Manwyne, Yunnan, by Chinese, 1875.

gud in Lent. The Emperor Tao-kwang died, 1850 (reigned 30 years).

**

Several ches's of Opium public y barnt at Canton, 1835. Hostilities between England and thina recommenced, 1841. Steamer ** Queen captured a d burnt by pirates, 1857. First stone of the Hongkong City Hall laid, 1867.

Captain Da Costa and Lieut. Dwyer murdered at Wong-ma-kok, in Hongkong, 1849.

Rewards offered for Englishmen by Lin, 1841.

A Chinese Opium Mer-

chant was executed by order of Viceroy of Canton before the factories. The foreign Consuls hauted down their flags, 1841.

Treaty of peace between Japan and Corea signed at Koka, 1976.'

Sir MacDonald Stephenson's China railway project published, 1864. Capture of the Sulu

capital by the Spaniards, 1876.

Sun,

29

20

3rd in Lent.

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FEBRUARY-29 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 7 days, 2 hours, A.M. APOGEE, 19 days, 1 hour, A.M.

HONGKONG

TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1879.

Maximum

.65

Maximum.

Minimum.

.47

Minimum

·

75 50

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum....

30.420

1

Minimum.

29.890

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

12th & 1st

WEEK. |MONTH.{ MOONS,

Sun.

1

21

Mon.

22

Tues.

23

Wed.

24

Thur.

25

Frid.

6

26

Sat

7

27

Sun.

8

28

Mon.

9

29

Tues.

10

1

Wed. 11

Thur.

12

Frid.

4

13

Sat.

5

14

Sun. 15

7

Mon.

16

Tues.

17

9

Wed. 18

10

Thur.

19

11

Frid.

20

12

Sat.

21

Sun.

13

22

Mon.

14

23

Tues.

15

24

Wed.

16

25

Thur.

17

26

Frid.

27

18

Sat.

28

19

Sun.

29

20

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MARCH-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

m.

sec.

d.

h.

m.

sec.

Last Quarter

4

6

42 39

A.M.

First Quarter 19

8

12

40

A.M.

New Moon 11

8

22 47 A.M.

Full Moon

26 8 59

41 P.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

1st & 2nd

WEEK.

|MONTH.MOONS.

Mon.

1

21

Tues.

22

Wed.

23

Thur.

24

Frid.

25

Sat.

6

26

Sun.

7

27

Mon.

8

28

Tues.

9

29

Wed.

10

30

Thur.

11

1

Frid.

12

2

Sat.

13

Sun.

14

Mon.

15

Tues.

16

6

Wed.

17

77

Thur. 18

8

Frid. 19

9

Sat.

20

10

Sun.

21

11

Mon.

22

12

Tues. 23

13

Wed. 24

14

Thur. 25

15

Frid.

26

16

Sat.

27

17

Sun.

28

18

Mon. 29

19

Tues.

30

20

Wed.

31

21

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

St. David's day. H.M. steamer "Inflexible," with Viceroy Yeh on board, arrived at

Singapore en route for Calcutta, 1958.

First Dutch Embassy left China, 1657. Loss of steamer "Kiangloong," 1873.

Great Fire in Foochow, 1877.

Collision between the "Ocean" and "Fusing," and loss of the latter with many lives, 1875, Expulsion of Chinese Custom House from Macao by Governor Amaral, 1849.

The Portuguese ship "Jesus Maria Jose," belonging to Macao, captured by a French privateer, 1712. Hostilities at Canton recommenced. Fort Napier taken by the Eng- lih, 1841.

4th in Lent Russian steamer "Wolga" lost in the Japanese Sea. 1868, Commercial treaty concluded between the United States and Japan, 1854. The "Jeddo,"

after passing Anjer, was burnt at sea by the coolies, 1867.

Attack on Messrs. Farnham and Rohl at Shanghai, 1872.

Lin arrived in Canton, 1839. 12,000 Chinese troops attacked the English in Ningpo and

Chin-hai and were repulsed with great slaughter, 1842.

Gov. MacDonnell arrived in Hongkong, 1868. Loss of steamer "Sunfoo," 1874. Imperial Commissioner Ki-chen, degraded by the Emperor, left Canton as a prisoner

1841.

Chinese Custom House closed at Macao, 1849.

5th in Lent. 8,000 Chinese troops routed by the English at Tze-hi, with great slaughter,

1842 Outrage on French Sailors in Japan, 1868.

Governor Robinson left Hongkong for Ceylon, 1865.

Chinese Envoy Ping and snite left Shanghai for Europe, 1868.

37

St. Patrick's Day. Lord Macartney's Embassy left China, 1794, The Napoleon Canevaro burnt at sea by the coolies, 1866. Loss of Messrs. D. Lapraik & Co.'s steamer "Yesso," on the White Rocks. 30 miles from Swatew, 1879.

Governor of Canton accedes to the request of Captain Eliot to reside in that city, 1837.

Edict of Commissioner Lin to surrender all opinm in Canton, 1939,

Gov. Bonham landed at Hongkong, 1848. Mutiny on board the coolie ship "Robert Brown," Captain and part of the crew murdered, 1852. Death of Tseng-kw-fan, Viceroy of the Two Kiang, 1872.

Palm Sunday British ship "Sarah," first free-trader, sailed from Whampoa, 1834. H.M.S. "Salamis" and H.M. gunboat "Opossum, "with the Shanghai Chamber Deputies, left Hankow to explore the Upper Yangtsze, 1869.

Captain Elliot forced his way to Canton, 1839. Death of Major-General Pranker com- mander-in-chief of H.M.'s forees in China and Janan, 1889 Death of Mr. W. F. Mayers, Chinese Secretary of H.B.M.'s Leration at Peking, at Shanghai, 1978. Annunciation-Lady Day. Captain Elliot demands passports for himself and all the

British subjec's imprisoned in Canton, 1839.

Good Friday. Great Flood at Foochow, 1874.

A disabled Dutch shin ordered to leave the port of Macao by the Chinese Mandarins,

1828. Death of the widow of the Emperor Tung-chi, 1875.

Easter Sunday. 20,289 Chests of Opium burned by Lin, 1839. Wreck of the "Yuen-

tze-fee" near Amov. 1875.

Memorial of Shanghai Chamber of Commerce to Lord Elgin, 1858.

Attack upon the British bark "Elizabeth Childs," by Chinese pirates about 40 miles

from Hongkong, 1879.

Inauguration of new British Consulate at Shanghai, 1873.

at Macao, 1874. Great Fire at Foochow; 500 houses destroyed, 1879,

Abolition of the Coolie trade

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MARCH-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 3 days, 2 hours, A.M. APOGEE, 17 days, 9 hours, P.M. PERIGEE, 29 days, 5 hours, P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1879.

Maximum.

79

Maximum.

80

Minimum..

.54

Minimum.

.47

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum.

.30.310

Minimum..

.29.964

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

1st & 2nd

WEEK, MONTH. MOONS.

Memoranda,

Mon.

1

21

Tues,

22

Wed.

23

Thur.

24

Frid.

25

Sat.

26

Sun.

7

27

Mon.

8

28

Tues.

9

29

Wed. 10

30

Thur.

11

1

Frid.

12

2

Sat.

13

Sun.

14

Mon. 15

5

Tues.

16

6

Wed. 17

7

Thur. 18

8

Frid. 19

9

Sat.

20

10

Sun. 21

11

Mon.

22

12

Tues. 23

13

Wed. 24

14

Thur. 25

15

Frid. 26

16

Sat.

27

17

Sun. 28

18

Mon. 29

19

Tues. 30

20

Wed. 31

21

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APRIL-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

m. sec.

d.

h. m. sec.

Last Quarter

1 58 4.5 P.M.

First Quarter 18

New Moon

9

10 43 39

P.M.

Full Moon 25

50 42 A.M.

6 26 39 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

2nd & 3rd

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Sat.

CO N

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

The port of Hohow, Hainan, opened to foreign trade, 1876. Hongkong joins the Postal Union, 1877. The ports of Fakhoi, Wenchów, Wuhu, and Ichang formally opened to

Prince Kung degraded by the Empress Dowager, 1865.

trade, 1877.

Low Sunday. Tung-chi, late Emperor of China, born 1857.

Bogus Forts destroyed by General D'Aguilar, 1847. Coolie mutiny on board the Italian

ship" Therese," 1868.

Convention between Sir John Francis Davis and the Viceroy Ki-ying for the admission

of Europeans into the city of Canton, within two months, 1842. Hongkong Mint opened, 1866

Captain Elliot writes to the Governor of Canton informing him that a British ship saved

17 shipwrecked Chinese seamen, 1837.

Ki-ying appointed Imperial Commissioner, 1842. Extraordinary traud on the Comptoir

D'Escompte d. Paris at Yokohama, 1875.

2nd after basin. Earthquake in Thibet, Batang destroyed, 1870. Departure of Sir Ri- chard G. MacDonnell, Governor of Hongkong, 1872. Terrific tornado in Canton; 2,000 houses destroyed, and 10,000 lives lost, 1878.

37,000 Christians butchered in Japan, 1738. Loss of M. M. steamer "Nil," 1874.

Yih-shan, Lung-wau, and Ki-kung arrived in Canton to command Chinese troops, 1841. Collision between steamers "Ara" and "Rona," 1872. Loss of C. C. S. N.^steamer "Haining" on a rock off Kooshan, 1878.

Thur.

1

22

Trid.

2

23

3

24

The steamer "Hailoong" struck on Hailoong Rock, 1872.

Sun.

25

Mon.

26

Tues.

27

Wed.

7

28

Thur.

8

29

Frid.

9

Sat.

10

Sun.

11

Mon.

12

Tues. 13

Wed. 14

Thur. 15

Fri.

16

Sat.

17

9

Sun.

18

10

Mon. 19

11

Tues. 20

12

Wed. 21

13

Thur. 22

14

Frid. 23

15

Sat.

24

16

Sun. 25

17

4th after Easter, St. Mark's day.

Mon. 26 18 Tues. 27 19 20

The second Dutch Embassy arrived at Canton from Peking, 1796,

Wed. 28 Thur. 29 Frid. 30 22

21

St. Francis Xavier left Goa for China, 1552,

Sir Arthur Kennedy arrived in Hongkong, 1872. Break-down of the P. & O. steamer

"Gwalior" in the China Seas, 1876.

Telegraph to Shanghai opened, 1871. Loss of the steamer ** "Kwangtung" off one of the

Ockseu islands, 1876.

3rd after Easter.

Sir Charles Forbes," the first steamer in China waters, arrived, 1830.

H.M.S."Salamis" returned to Hankow from Upper Yangtsze, 1869.

East India Co.ccased trade with China, 1834. Arrival of Governor J. Pope Hennessy in

Hongkong, 1877.

St. George's Day.

Revolt on board the "Tamaris," Captain killed by the coolies, 1870.

Capt. Caine appointed chief magistrate of Hongkong, 1841. Major-General Whitfeild left Hongkong, 1874. Arrival of General Grant in Hongkong, 1879. The Great Wu Shih Shan case opened at Foochow, 1879.

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APRIL-30 DAYS.

APOGEE, 14 days, 5 hours, P.M. PERIGEE, 26 days, 6 hours, P.M.

HONGKONG

TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1879.

Maximum.

85

Maximum.

85

Minimum.

62

Minimum

.62

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum..

....30.250

Minimum..

.29.890

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS,

DAYS

OF THE

2nd & 3rd

Memoranda.

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

Thur.

- Q 2 H 10 CO IN 00

1

22

2

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

Frid.

9

Sat.

10

Sun.

11

Mon.

12

Tues. 13

Wed.

14

OS UT

Thur. 15

Fri.

16

8

Sat.

17

9

Sun. 18

10

Mon.

19

11

Tues.

20

12

Wed. 21

13

Thur. 22

14

Frid. 23

15

Sat.

24

16

Sun.

25

17

Mon.

26

18

Tues. 27

19

Wed. 28 20

Thur. 29

21

Frid

30

22

Pizz

13

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MAY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

m. see.

d. h.

m. sec.

Last Quarter 1

9

28 43

P.M.

New Moon

9

1

52 42 P.M.

First Quarter 17 Full Moon 24 Last Quarter 31

5

59

47

P.M.

2

14

45 P.M.

6 29

38 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

3rd & 4th

WEEK. MONTH MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Sat.

1

23

Sun.

24

St. Phil P and St. James' day. First umber of " Hongkong Gazette" published, 1841,

Rogation Sunday.

Mon,

25

Tues.

26

Riot in French Concession at Shanghai, 1874.

Wed.

5

27

Thur.

6

28

Frid.

7

29

Sat.

8

30

Sum.

9

1

Mon. 10

Tues. 11

Wed. 12

Thur.

13

Frid.

14

Borlase raid at Swatow, 1861. British troops evacuated Ningpo, 1842. The "Dolores

Ugarte," coolie ship, burnt near Macao, 1871.

Ascension Day. Attack on Mr. Wood at the British Legation at Tokio, 1874.

British ship "Dunmail," wrecked entering Hongkong harbour, 1870. Prince Kung's

honours restored, 1865.

1st after Ascension.

Colonel Gordon with the Imperial troops captured Chang-chow, the rebel city, 1964.

East India Co.'s garden at Canton destroyed by the Mandarins, 1831. Foo-yuen and

Hoppo forcibly enter the Company's factory at 7 a.m.,. 1831.

A corporal of the British Legation barbarously murdered by Chinese soldiers at Peking,

1964.

Assassination in Tokio of Mr. Okubo Toshimichi, Minister of the Home Department,

1878.

Sat.

15

Sun. 16

8

Whit Sunday.

Mon. 17

9

Loss off Amoy of the French war steamer

Shanghai, 1879,

Izere," 1860. Arrival of General Grant in

Tues. 18

10

The ci y of Chapu iaken by the British troops, 1842.

Wed. 19

11

Thur.

20

12

The Select Committee issued a notice that the British trade would be suspended on the

first of Angust, 1831.

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

barque "Lesmona" captured by pirates in the China Sea, 1868.

Frid.

21

13

Sat.

22

14

Pelivery of 20,283 chests Opium completed, 1839. Tornado at Taiwan, Formosa, 1878. British ship "Hellas" captured by pirates, Captain and crew wounded, 1840. Foreign

factories at Canton pillaged, 1841.

Sun. 23

15

Trinity. U.S. A. Legation at Tokio burned down, 1863. P. & O. steamer "Benares

lost on Fisherman's Group, 1868,

"

Mon. 24

16

Tues. 25

17

The city of Cantou invested by British troops, 1841,

Wed. 26

18

Thur.

27

19

Frid.

28

20

Sat.

29

21

Sun.

30

22

Mon, 31

23

Queen Victoria born, 1819. Captain Elliot and all the British subjects left Canton for Macao, 1839. Collision between the P. & 0, steamer "Khedive "and the Dutch mail steamer "Voorwaarts," near Pening, 1878.

Murder of Mr. Blacklock on board the steamer "Douglas" at Foochow by Chinese smug-

glers, 1875. Death of Grand Secretary Wen-siang, 1876,

Corpus Christi. Canton ransomed for $6,000,000, 1841. Logs of stramer Douglas,' 1972. "Maris Luz," coolie ship, put into Japan, coolies liberated and sent back to China, 1872. Execution of the "Kate Waters murderers in Hongkong Gaol 1979.

Mr. Lindsay delivered the keys of the Company's factory at Canton to Kwan-Heep, 1831. 1st after Trinity. II.B.M. screw sloop "Reynard" lost on the Pratas shoal in trying to rescue remainder of crew of "Velocipede," 1851. "Opossum," with Yangtsze Ex- ploring Expedition, returned to Ilankow, 1869.

Typhoon at Hongkong and Macao, loss of the "Poyang," with 100 lives near Macao, 1875.

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MAY-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 12 days, 3 hours, A.M. PERIGEE, 25 days, 2 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG

TEMPERATURE.

1878.

Maximum.

1879.

Minimum.

.92 69

Maximum

.90

Minimum

.74

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum...

..30.124

Minimum....

.29.802

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

3rd & 4th

WEEK, MONTH. MOONS.

Sat.

1

23

Sun.

N

2

24

Mon.

25

Tues.

26

Wed.

27

Thur,

6

28

Frid.

7

29

Sat.

8

30

Sun.

9

1

Mon. 10

2

Tues.

11

3

Wed. 12

Thur. 13

Frid.

14

6

Sat.

15

7

Sun. 16

8

Mon. 17

9

Tues. 18

10

Wed. 19

11

Thur.

20

12

Frid. 21

13

Sat.

22

14

Sun.

23

15

Mon.

24

16

Tues.

25

17

Wed. 26

18

Thur. 27

19

Frid. 28

20

Sat.

29

21

Sun.

30

22

Mon. 31 23

Memoranda.

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JUNE-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

m..

800.

d.

h. m. sec.

New Moon

8 5

31

39 A.M.

Full Moon 22

9 21

44

P.M.

First Quarter 16

5

27 43

A.M.

Last Quarter 29

5 33 40

P.M.

Tues.

1

24

Wed.

25

Thur.

3

26

Frid.

27

Sat.

28

Sun.

29

Mon.

30

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

4th & 5th

WEEK. MONTH,Į MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Attempt to blow up the Hongkong Hotel, 1868. Mr. Yanagiwara, the new Japanese

Ambassador to China, arrived at Shanghai, 1874.

Hongkong connected with London by wire, 1871.

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

1863.

Departure of the first teamer of the Occidental and Oriental Co.'s line from Hongkong to

San Francisco, 1875.

2nd after Trinity. Heavy rains in Hongkong, property to the value of $500,000 destroyed,

and many lives lost, 18-4,

British ship "Tricolor" lost on the Pratas, 1868,

Tues.

1

Wed.

2

Attempt to destroy by fire the British fleet in Canton river, 1849.

Thur.

10

3

Frid.

11

Sat.

12

Sun.

13

Mon. 14

Tues. 15

Wed. 16

9

Thur. 17

10

Frid.

18

11

Sat.

19

12

Sun.

20

13

Mon.

21

14

Massacre at Tientsin, 1870.

Tros. 22

15

Vod. 23

16

Thur.

24

17

Frid.

25

18

Sat.

26

19

Sun. 27

20

Mon. 28

21

Tues. 29

22

Wed. 30 23

Typhoon at Formosa; loss of several vessels, 1876.

St. Parnabas. Portuguese prohibited trading at Canton, 1640. Disastrous flood at

Foochow and district; immense loss of life and property, 1976.

Opening of the first Railway in Japan, 1872.

3rd after Trinity. British steamer " Carisbrooke" fired into and captured by Chinese

Customs Cruiser, 1875.

Russian and Chinese treaty, 1728. Four pirates concerned in the attack on "Iron

Prince" executed in Hongkong, 1862. Great opium swindle, 1862.

British bark" Cæsar" and Danish schooner "Carl" taken by pirates off Pedra Branca,

1866. Hope Dock opened at Aberdeen, 1867.

Woosung taken, 1842

Loss of the M. M, steamer " Meikong" on Ras Haffoon, near Cape Guardafui, 1877. Explosion of the "Union Star" at Shanghai, 17 persons killed, and 10 wounded, 1862.

Disastrous inundation at Foochow, two thousand lives lost, 1877.

Shanghai occupied by British forces, 1842,

4th after Trinity. Macartney's embassy arrived, 1793.

Canton blockaded by English forces, 1840.

Ki-ying visits Hongkong, 1843. Shock of Earthquake in Hongkong, 1874.

St. John the Baptist. Midsummer day. Chinese merchants in Hongkong sent petition to Her Majesty, with reference to the Blockade of the Colony by Customs Cruisers, 1874. Treaty of Nanking exchanged, 1843. Attack on British Legation at Tokio, 1862. Treaty between China and Peru, also Convention for China Commission to Peru, 1874. Treaty between Englan and China signed at Tientsin, 1858.

5th after Trinity. Treaty between France and Chi a signed, 1858. Confiscation of the

Str. "Prince Albert" by the British Consul and Customs at Canton, 1866. Loss of the steamer "Lap Tek," 1874.

The Foreign Ministers admitted to an audience of the Emperor of China at Peking, 1873. British expedition to China arrived, 1840. Typhoon near Hongkong 1865, in which the P. &. O. Co's steamer "Cores" and Mr. D. Lapraik's str. Chanticleer" were lost with all hands. Opening of a section of the Shanghai and Woosung railway, 1876.

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JUNE-30 DAYS.

APOGEE, 8 days, 8 hours A.M. PERIGEE, 22 days, Noon.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1878.

Maximum..

Minimum..

1879.

+

.91 76

Maximum.

.88

Minimum

.70

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum.........30.072

Minimum..

29.802

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH.| MOONS.

DAYS

OF THE

Memoranda.

4th & 5th

Tues.

1

24

Wed.

2

25

Thur,

3

26

Frid.

4

27

Sat.

28

Sun.

29

Mon.

7

30

Tues.

8

Wed.

9

2

Thur. 10

Frid.

11

Sat.

12

Sun.

13

Mon.

14

Tues. 16

8

Wed. 16

9

Thur. 17

10

Frid. 18

11

Sat.

19

12

Sun. 20

13

Mon.

21

14

Tues.

22

15

Wed. 23

16

Thur.

24

17

Frid. 25

18

Sat.

26

19

Sun. 27

20

Mod. 28

21

Tues. 29

22

Wed. 30

23

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JULY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

d.

m. sec.

h. M.. sec.

New Moon

7

8

57 40 P.M.

Full Moon

22 4 38

39 A.M.

First Quarter 15

1

51 46

P.M.

Last Quarter

29

6 16

43 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

5th & 6th

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Thur.

1

24

Frid.

25

WEEK, MONTH. MOONS.

Hakodate, Kanagawa, and Nagasaki (Japan) opened to trade, 1857. Destructive earth.

quake in Kansuh, 1879.

Amoy forts and many junks destroyed by H.M.S. "Blonde," 1840. French Expedition

from the Hoongkiang arrived in Hongkong, 1873.

Sat.

3

26

Treaty of Wanghia with the United States signed, 1844.

Sun.

27

6th after Trinity. American Independence declared, 1776.

Mon.

28

Tinghai first taken, 1840. Attack on British Embassy at Tokio, 1861.

Tues.

29

Wed.

7

1

Thur.

Death of Wo-jen, tutor to the Emperor of China, 1871. Loss of str. "Canton," 1874.

Canton factories attacked by Chinese, 1846.

Frid.

Sat.

10

Sun.

11

Mon.

12

Tues.

13

77

Wed. 14

Thur. 15

9

Frid.

16

10

Sat.

17

11

Sun.

18

12

8th after Trinity.

Mon.

19

13

First Dutch embassy arrived at Tientsin, 1656. Incendiary fire on board the American

ship "Benefactor" in Hongkong Harbour, 1872.

Portuguese fleet left Malacca for China, 1522. The Yang-tsze-kiang blockaded by British

fleet, 1840.

7th after Trinity. Engagement between the American Naval Forces and the Coreans. The Expedition leaves to await instructions, 1871. Amberst's embassy arrived in China, 1816,

Foreign Inspectorate of Customs established in Shanghai, 1854. Str. "Fohkien" wrecked

on Fisherman's Group, 1865,

First English ship reached China, 1635.

Lord Napier and Suite arrived in China, 1834. Shimonoseki forts bombarded by the Eng-

lish, French and American squadron, 1873.

British trade with China re-opened, 1842. The King of Cambodia arrived on a visit

to Hongkong, 1872.

Dutch envoy Goyer, as bearer of tribute, received in Peking, 1666,

The passage to the Imperial Canal (Yang-tsze) blockaded by the British fleet, 1842. Lieut.-Com. Stopford drowned off Hainan, 1871. Nanking captured by the Imperialists, 1863.

Tues. 20

14

Wed, 21

15

Thur,

22

16

Frid.

23

17

Sat.

18

Sun.

25

19

Mon. 26 20

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

The "Providenza," coolie ship, discovered off Hakodate with only 42 coolies on board and

no Europeans, 1868. Steamship "Esmeralda," lost on Philippine Islands, 1873. Attack on British Protestant Chapel at Fatshan-the "Shan-Shin-Fan" rumours rife,

1871. Admiral Duples arrived at Tientsin, 1870.

British trade prohibited at Canton, 1834,

9th after Trinity. St. James. Defeat of British forces at Taku, Admira! Hope wounded,

1859.

Canton opened to British trade, 1843. Terrific typhoon at Canton, Macao, Hongkong,

and Whampoa; loss of life estimated at 40,000 persons, 1862.

Nanking re-taken by Imperialists, 1864. Death of Mr. Consul Gibson at Amoy, 1889.

Tues.

27

21

    Wed. 28 Thur. 29 Frid.

22

23

Treaty between United States and Japan signed, 1858.

30

24

Sat.

31 25

Severe typhoon at Macao, 1836. British bark "Caroline Hutching" lost off Takao in

typhoon, 1874.

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JULY-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 5 days, 1 hour, P.M. PERIGEE, 20 days, 8 hours, P.M.

HONGKONG

TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1870.

Maximum....

93

Maximum

.89

Minimum..

.78

Minimum

.75

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum..

...30.086

Minimum..

29.744

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

5th & 6th

WEEK, MONTH, MOONS..

Thur.

1

24

Frid.

2

25

Sat.

3

26

Sun.

27

Mon.

28

Tues.

29

Wed.

1

Thur.

8

Frid.

9

3

Sat.

10

4

Sun.

11

5

Mon.

12

6

Tues. 13

7

Wed.

14

Thur. 15

9

Frid.

16

10

Sat.

17

11

Sun.

18

12

Mon. 19

13

Tues. 20

14

Wed, 21

15

Thur. 22

16

Frid.

23

17

Sat.

24

18

Sun.

25

19

Mon,

26

20

Tues. 27 21

Wed. 28

22

Thur. 29 23

Frid. 30

24

Sat.

31 25

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AUGUST-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

sec.

d. h. M. sec.

New Moon

6

11 24

41

A.M.

Full Moon 20 0

54 42 P.M.

First Quarter 13

8 18 42

P.M.

Last Quarter 27 11 50 46

P.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

6th & 7th

WEEK, MONTH. MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Sun.

26

10th after Trinity. Mr. T. F. Wade, C.B., appointed H.B,M. Minister at Peking, 187

Peh-tang occupied by the Allied forces, 1859.

Mon.

27

Tues.

28

Victims of Massacre at Tientsin buried, 1870.

Wed.

29

British fleet arrived before Nanking, 1842.

Thur.

30

Macartney's Embassy entered Peiho, 1796.

Frid.

1

Sat.

Sun.

8

Mon.

9

Tues.

10

Wed.

11

Thur.

12

Frid. 13

Sat.

14

Sun. 15

10

Mon. 16

11

Tues. 17

12

Wed. 18

13

Thur. 19

14

Frid,

20

15

Sat.

21

16

Sun. 22

17

Mon. 23

18

Tues. 24

19

Wed. 25

20

Serious Flood at Tientsin, 1871.

British squadron arrived off the Peibo, 1840.

11th after Trinity. Assassination of Mr. Haber, German Consul at Hakodate, 1874.

British troops landed at Nanking, 1842.

Sir H. Pottinger and Admiral Parker arrived, 1841,

First public meeting of British merchants in Canton, called by Lord Napier, who sng-

gested the establishment of a Chamber of Commerce, 1834.

Loss of steamer "Sunshine" off Breaker Point, 1872.

174 British prisoners executed in Formosa, 1842.

First Book printed, 1457. Tong-ur-ku taken, 1860.

12th after Trinity, Viceroy of Canton tried to starve the foreigners in China, 1839. Kagoshima burnt by Admiral Kuper in the "Euryalus," 1863. Great Fire on French Concession, Shanghai; 991 houses destroyed; loss Tls. 1,500,000, 1879.

Second public meeting of British merchants in Canton. British trade stopped by Hong

merchants, 1834. French treaty with Siam signed, 1856.

Lord Napier ordered by the Viceroy to leave Canton, 1834. Dutch treaty with Japan

signed, 1858. Great fire in Hongkong, 1868.

First conference between Sir Henry Pottinger and Ki-ing on board the "Cornwallis," at

Nanking, 1842. Taku forts taken by the Allied forces, 1860.

Emperor Hien Fung died, 1861. Treaty between Japan and Peru signed at Tokio, 1873.

Typhoon at Nagasaki, 1874.

13th after Trinity. Governor Amaral (Macao) assassinated, 1849. Ma, Viceroy of Nan- king, stabbed, 1870. Seizure of steamer "Spark" by pirates when between Canton and Macao, Capt. Brady and Feliz Ferries were murdered, and Mr. Mundy seriously wounded, 1874. Conspiracy among Chinese troops against foreigners at Tientsin detected, 1874. Large meeting in Hongkong to protest against the military contribution demanded by

the Home Government, 1864.

St. Bartholomew. Burning of the P. M. S. S. "America," at Yokohama, 1872. British Chamber of Commerce established at Canton, 1834. Treaty between Great Britain

and Japan signed, 1858.

Thur. 26

21

British left Macao, 1839.

Frid. 27

22

Amoy taken by the English, 296 guns captured, 1841.

Sat.

28 23

Lord Amherst's Embassy left for Yuen-ming-yuen, 1816, Slavery abolished in British

possessions, 1833.

Sun.

29

24

14th after Trinity. Treaty of Nanking signed, 1842.

Mon.

30

25

Conference at Tientsin with Ki-shen, 1840.

Loss of the British ship "Deerhound," on

the Palawan Shoals, 1875.

Tues.

31

26

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

at Hongkong, Macao, and Whampoa, 1849. Typhoon in China Sea, 1861.

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AUGUST-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 1 day, Midnight. PERIGEE, 17 days, 9 hours, P.M. APOGEE, 29 days, 5 hours, P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1879.

Maximum.

93

Maximum.

89

Minimum

75

Minimum

76

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum.........30.100

Minimum..

..29.650

DAYS

DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK, MONTH, MOONS.

6th & 7th

Sun.

1

26

Mon.

2

27

Tues.

3

28

Wed.

4

29

Thur.

5

30

Frid.

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

9

Tues. 10

Wed.

11

Thur.

12

Frid.

13

Sat.

14

9

Sun.

15

10

Mon.

16

11

Tues.

17

12

Wed. 18

13

Thur. 19

14

Frid. 20

15

Sat.

21

16

Sun.

22

17

Mon.

23

18

Tues. 24

19

Wed. 25

20

Thur. 26

21

Frid. 27

22

Sat.

28

23

Sun. 29

24

Mon. 30

25

Tues. 31

26

Memoranda.

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SEPTEMBER-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

h. m. sec.

d.

h. m.

sec.

New Moon 5

First Quarter 12

0 28 36 A.M.

2 00 42

Full Moon

18 11 04 46

P.M.

A.M.

Last Quarter 26

6 44

44

P.M.

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

7th & 8th

WEEK, MONTH. MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Wed.

27

Thur.

28

Frid.

29

Typhoon, 1848, in which the "Isabella Robertson" foundered at Cum-sing-moon.

Ma, Viceroy of Nanking, died of the wounds inflicted by an assassin, 1870.

Treaty with Austria signed at Peking, 1860. Arrival of the "Vega" at Yokohama, after

having discovered the North-East Passage, 1879.

Treaty of peace between America and England signed, 1783.

Sat.

30

Forts in Canton river garrisoned by Chinese troops, 1841.

Sun.

1

Mon.

2

H.R.H. Prince Alfred received by the Mikado of Japan, 1869. "Tai-ping," Ariel,"

and "Serica" reached London, 1866,

15th after Trinity. Attack on the forts at Shimonosaki, Japan, by the allied fleets under

Adml. Kuper, 1884. Hongkong Stamp Act passed, 1866.

"

Tues.

Wed.

4

Great typhoon in Hongkong, 1867.

Thur.

9

"Imogene" and "Andromache" passed the Bogue, 1834, H. E. Count Rochechouart,

Minister for France, left for Europe, 1872.

Sir Hercules Robinson assumed the government of Hongkong, 1859.

Frid.

10

6

Sat.

11

Sun.

12

8

16th after Trinity. Spanish brig " Bilbaino " burnt at Macao, 1839.

Mon.

13

9

Tues.

14

10

Wed.

15

11

Thur.

16

12

H.I.H. the Grand Duke Alexia of Russia visited Hongkong, 1872. Convention signed at

Chefoo by Sir Thomas Wade and Grand Secretary Li Hung-chang, 1876.

Public Meeting in Hongkong, with reference to the blockade of the port by the Chinese

Customs' Cruisers, 1874.

British barque "Kite" wrecked in the Formosa Channel, 1841.

Gambling dens in Hongkong opened, 1887.

Frid. 17 13

Pier and Godown Co. closed, 1873.

Sat.

18

14

First English book, a Bible, printed, 1471.

Sun. 19

15

17th after Trinity. Steamer "Reiver" lost on Preparis Reef, 1868.

Mon.

20

16

Tues. 21

17

Wed. 22

18

Thur. 23 19

Frid. 24 20

Sat. 25

                 21 Sun. 28 22 Mon. 27 23

Commissioner Lin degraded, 1840.

Tues. 28 Wed. 29

24

25

Thur. 30

26

P. & O. Company's Steamer, "Singapore" lost on her voyage to Hakodate, 1867.

St. Matthew.

Terrific typhoon at Swatow, 1858.

Am. Brig " Lubra" taken by pirates, 1866. Terrific typhoon in Hongkong and Macao,

many thousands of lives lost, 1874.

H.M.S. "Rattler" lost off Japan, 1868. Piratical attack on the German barque "Apen- rade," near Macao, 1869. The Satsuma rebels in Japan routed with great slaughter, their leader, Saigo, killed, and the insurrection suppressed, 1877.

Land Regulations for Canton passed, 1871, Daring attack upon a Chinese shop in Wing

Lok street, Hongkong, by armed robbers, 1878.

18th after Trinity. Lord Napier arrived at Macao dangerously ill, 1834.

Rules and Regulations of the Morrison Education Society approved, 1836.

Michaelmas Day. Hurricane at Manila causing immense damage to shipping, 1865. All the Bogue forts destroyed by the British fleet, 1841. The "Westminster" lost on

Pratas Shoal, 1886. Heavy typhoon in Formosa Channel, 1874.

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SEPTEMBER-30 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 13 days, 7 hours, P.M. APOGEE, 29 days, 1 hour, P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1879.

Maximum....

93

Maximum

..87

Minimum..

.78

Minimum.

77

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum

.30.136

Minimum.

..29.722

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

7th & 8th

WEEK. MONTH, MOONS.

Wed.

1

27

Thur.

2

28

Frid.

29

Sat.

30

Sun.

1

Mon.

2

Tues.

3

Wed.

4

Thur.

9

5

Frid. 10

Sat.

11

Sun,

12

Mon.

13

9

Tues. 14

10

Wed. 15

11

Thur. 16

12

Frid. 17

13

Sat.

18

14

Sun. 19

15

Mon.

20

16

Tues. 21

17

Wed. 22

18

Thur. 23

19

Frid. 24

20

Sat.

25

21

Sun.

26

22

Mon.

27

23

Tues. 28

24

Wed. 29

25

Thur. 30 26

Memoranda,

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OCTOBER-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

sec.

d.

h. m.

sec.

New Moon

4 0 19 41

P.M.

Full Moon 18

0 02

41

P.M.

First Quarter 11

8 10

46

A.M.

Last Quarter 26

2 36

41 P.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

8th & 9th

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

WEEK. MONTH.] MOONS,

The "Daily Press" started, 1858. Ting-hai captured by the English, 1841. A second

typhoon in Hongkong, 1887. Earthquake at Manila, 1889.

Great Landslip in Tai-ping-shan, 1867. Confucius born, B.C, 562. Mr. Vlangally, Rus-,

sian Minister, returned to Peking, 1870.

19th after Trinity.

Loss of the O. S. 8. steamer "Hector," near Amoy, 1875.

French expedition left Chefoo for Corea, 1866.

H.R.H. Prince Alfred visited Peking, but not received by the Emperor, 1869. Great

public meeting at Hongkong to consider the increase of crime in the Colony, 1878. Supplementary treaty signed at the Bogue, 1848. Severe gale in Hongkong; serious

damage to small craft and loss of life, 1878.

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

worth $4,000,000, 1851. Hongkong Stamp Act came into operation, 1867.

20th after Trinity. Lord Napier died at Macao, 1834. H.IH. the Grand Duke Alexis

left Hongkong for Nagasaki, 1872. Death of Dr. Wong at Canton, 1878.

Frid.

1

27

Sat.

28

Sun.

3

29

Mon.

1

Tues.

2

Wed.

Thur.

7

4

Frid.

8

Sat.

9

6

Sun.

10

7

Mon.

11

8

Tues.

12

9

Revolt in the Philippines, 1872.

Wed.

13

10

Thur.

14

11

Frid.

15

12

Sat.

16

13

Sun.

17

14

Mon.

18

15

Tues. 19

16

Wed.

20

17

Thur.

21

18

Frid.

22

19

Sat.

23

20

Sun.

24 21

Mon. 25 22

23

Railway in Japan officially opened by th

Ningpo occupied by British forces, 1841.

Mikado, 1872. "Flora Temple" lost in the China Sea, with upwards of 800 coolies on board, 1859.

Outrage on foreigners in Formosa, 1868. Wedding of the Emperor of China, 1872. British schooner "Lech Bulig" lost on Lambay Island, S. W. Coast of Formosa, 1875. Khanghoa, in Corea, taken by the French, 1866. News received that the Emperor of China had refused to accept a model railway offered to him by the Duke of Sutherland and others, 1873.

21st after Trinity. St. John's Cathedral, Hongkong, dedicated, 1842. Lord Palmerston died, 1885.

1875.

Great fire in Hongkong, 1859.

Loss of the British barque "Roodee" by fire, at Manila,

Great typhoon at Formosa, 1801.

Great Earthquake in California, 1868. The Shanghai and Woosung railway closed by the

Chinese Government, 1877.

H.R.H. Prince Alfred arrived at Shanghai, 1869. Cosmopolitan Dock opened, 1875. 58 piratical vessels destroyed by Captains Hay & Wilcox, H. M. Ships "Columbine'

and "Fury," 1849.

22nd after Trinity. Rebellion of Samurai at Kumamoto, Japan; 400 soldiers killed by the

insurgents, 1876.

Treaty of Whampoa between France and China signed, 1844, Kahding recaptured

by the allies, 1862.

In Canton 1,200 houses and 3 factories burnt, 1843,

Tues. 26

Wed. 27 24

Visit of the Tartar General Chang-Shan to Hongkong, 1871.

Thur.

28

25

Frid.

29

26

Sat.

30 27

Sun.

31

28

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

Portuguese frigate "D. Maria II." blown up at Macao, 1850.

Great fire in Hongkong, 1866.

23rd after Trinity. H.R.H. Prince Alfred arrived at Hongkong, 1869. Settlement of the

Formosa difficulty between Japan and China, 1874.

THE CALENDAR FOR 1880.

OCTOBER-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 8 days, 6 hours, P.M. APOGEE, 24 days, 9 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG

TEMPERATURE.

1878.

1879.

Maximum Minimum..

.88

.69

Maximum... Minimum

.86

.71

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum.

...30.256

Minimum....

.29.788

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

Memoranda.

3th & 9th

WEEK. MONTH.] MOONS.

Frid.

1

27

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

CT # CON

28

3

29

4

Wed.

6

Thur.

7

1 CO ∞

4

Frid.

5

Sat.

9

-

Sun. 10

Mon. 11

8

Tues.

12

9

Wed. 13

10

Thur.

14

11

Frid. 15

12

Sat.

16

13

Sun. 17

14

Mon. 18

15

Tues. 19

16

Wed. 20

17

Thur. 21

18

Frid.

22

19

Sat.

23

20

Sun.

24

21

Mon. 25

22

Tues. 26

23

Wed. 27

24

Thur. 28

25

Frid.

29

26

Sat.

30

27

Sun.

31

28

25

26

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NOVEMBER-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h. m.

sec.

d.

h. m. sec.

New Moon 2 11

30 46 P.M.

Full Moon 17

4 15

41 A.M.

First Quarter 9

3

55

47 P.M.

Last Quarter 25

9 41

42 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

9th & 10th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Mon.

1

29

Tues.

30

All Saints. The port of Quin-hon, on the coast of Annam, opened to foreign trade, 1876

All Souls.

Wed.

1

Thur.

2

Great Britain commenced the first war with China by the naval action of Chuen-pee, 1839,

Mendelssohn died, 1847. George Peabody died, 1809,

Frid.

3

Sat.

Great fire at Macao, 500 houses burnt, 1834. Peking evacuated by the Allies, 1860. English and French treaties promulgated by the Peking Gazette, 1860,

Sun.

Mou.

8

6

Tues.

9

Wed. 10

8

Thur. 11

9

Frid.

12

10

Sat.

13

11

Sun.

14

12

Mon. 15

13

Tues. 16

14

Wed. 17

15

Thur. 18 16

Frid. 19

17

Sat.

20

18

Sun. 21

19

Mon.

20

Tues.

21

Wed.

24

22

Thur.

25

23

26 24

Frid.

Sat.

27 25

26

Sun. 28 Mon. 29 27

Tues. 80 28

24th after Trinity, Capt. Garcia y García and Dr. Elmore appointed by the President of

Peru on a Special Mission to Japan and China, 1874.

Great Hurricane in the West Indies, 1867.

The French repulsed at Cores, 1866. Prince of Wales born, 1841. Loss of the China Navigation Co.'s steamer "Glengyle" on Namoa Island, with the captain and several of the crew, 1875.

H.M.S. "Racehorse" wrecked off Chefoo, out of a crew of 108 only 9 saved, 1864. H.E. Chung How, Chinese Envoy to Russia, arrived in Hongkong on his way to St. Peters- burg, 1878.

Hongkong first lighted by gas, 1864.

Earthquake at Shanghai, 1847.

25th after Trinity. Convention signed between Russia and China, 1860.

H. M. gunboat "Gnat" lost in the Palawan, 1868. News received in Hongkong of

outbreak of a serious rebellion in Hunan, 1870,

H.R.H. Prince Alfred left Hongkong, 1869.

Shanghai opened to foreign commerce, 1849.

Great Fire in Hongkong, 1867, H.R.H. Prince Alfred arrived at Manila, 1869. Chung How, Governor of Tientsin, arrived in Hongkong en route for France as special Am- bassador, to explain the Tientsin Massacre, 1870.

Viceroy Tseng-kwo-fan visited Shanghai, 1871.

Portuguese Custom house at Macao closed, 1845. Lord Elgin died, 1883. Gunpowder

explosion at Hankow, 1867.

26th after Trinity. Major Baldwin and Lieut. Bird, of H.M.'s 20th Regt., brutally

murdered at Japan, 1864.

Great fire at Canton, 1,400 houses destroyed, 1835. Terrible boiler explosion on board

the steamer "Yesso" in Hongkong harbour, 86 lives lost, 1877.

Ship "Omar Pacha" lost in China Sea, 1867.

Tremendous fire at Yokohama, 1866. Capture of Anping, Formosa, 1868. H.E. Marquis Tseng, Chinese Ambassador to England, arrived in Hongkong, on his way to London,

1878,

Edict issued by the Viceroy of Canton forbidding trade with British ships, 1839. M. Thiers accepts the apology of Chung How, the Chinese Ambassador, for the murder

of the French at Tientsin, June 21st, 1870-1871.

Advent. Foreign factories burnt at Canton, 1856. Great fire in Hongkong, 1867.

Murder of the captain and four men of the British barque "Crofton," near Ku-lan, 1869, St. Andrew's day. St. Joseph's Church, Hongkong, consecrated 1872,

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NOVEMBER-30 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 5 days, 4 hours, A.M., APOGEE, 21 days, 3 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1878.

Maximum..

Minimum.

1879.

.85 .61

Maximum.

.81

Minimum.

.56

BAROMETER, 1879.

Maximum.

...30.300

Minimum..

29.942

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

DAYS

OF THE

(9th & 10th)

Memoranda.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed. Thur. Frid.

Q* IP CO 2 prod

1

29

30

1

2

3

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

9

7

Wed. 10

8

Thur.

11

9

Frid.

12

10

Sat.

13

11

Sun.

14

12

Mon. 15

13

Tues. 16

14

Wed. 17

15

Thur. 18

16

Frid. 19

17

Sat.

20

18

Sun. 21

19

Mon.

22

20

Tues. 23

21

Wed. 24

22

Thur. 25

23

Frid.

26

24

Sat. 27

25

Sun. 28

26

Mon. 29

27

Tues. 30 28

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DECEMBER-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

sec.

d.

h. m. sec.

New Moon

2

First Quarter 9 Full Moon

16

10 32 40 A.M. 2 14 42 A.M. 11 12 39 P.M.

Last Quarter 25

2 32 45

A.M.

New Moon 31

9

32 40

P.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE 10th, 11th

& 12th

WEEK. MONTH, MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Wed. Thur.

Frid.

00 20 1

29

1

St. Francis Xavier died on Sanchoan, 1552.

2

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

5

Tues.

6

Wed.

8

7

Thur.

9

8

Frid.

10

9

Sat.

11

10

Sun.

12

11

Mon. 13

12

First census of Hongkong taken, population 15,000, 1841.

2nd Sunday in Advent. Six foreigners killed at Wang-chuh-ki, 1847. Soochow re-taken

by the Imperialists under General Gordon, 1863.

East India Co.'s last servant left China, 1836. Confucius died, B.C. 490.

European factories at Canton destroyed by a mob, 1842,

Ningpo captured by the Taipings, 1861.

Indemnity paid by Prince Satsums, 1863. Admiral Bell, U.S.N., drowned at Osaka, 1867 3rd in Advent The N. Y. L. & C. Co.'s steamer "Mongol" ran on a sunken rock near the Nine Pins and sank in 6 minutes; 17 lives were lost, including Captain Flamank and his wife, 1874.

French flag bauled down from the Consulate at Canton by Chinese, 1832.

Tues.

14

13

Wed. 15

14

All Catholic Priests (not Portuguese) expelled from Macao, 1838.

Thur. 16

15

Loss by fire of the American ship "Horatio," at Shanghai, 1874.

Frid.

17

16

Sat.

18

17

Sun. 19

18

The P. M. S. S. Co.'s steamer "Japan" was burnt to the water's edge about 130 miles from Hongkong near Breaker Point while on a voyage from Yokohama, and 1 European steerage passenger, the cook, and 389 Chinese were drowned, $358,508 treasure lo st 1874. Earthquake in Formosa, 1867.

4th in Advent, Sir Hugh Gough and the Eastern Expedition left China, 1842.

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Christmas Day, Destructive fire at Nagasaki, 1859. Great Fire in Hongkong; 368

houses destroyed, immense destruction of property, 1878.

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EASTERN FESTIVALS, FASTS, AND OBSERVANCES,

FOR THE YEAR 1880.

CHINESE.

JANUARY.-4th.-Birthday of the god of progeny. Suitable day for prayers for the birth of a son. The spirits of the Northern Bushel descend. 6th.-Solar term, "Little Cold." Sun in Capricorn. 7th.-Birthday of the god of the 10 points of the compass.

           8th.-Birthday of Samanta Bhadra Buddha. 10th.-Birthday of Surya Déva. 12th.-First day of the twelfth moon.. Anniversary of the death of T'ung chi (1875). 16th. A day of ill luck. All the spirits report to Heaven. 17th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. Fête-day of Julai Buddha. 18th.- The earth spirit reigus. 19th.-A day of ill luck. 20th.-A solar term, "Great Cold." Sun enters Aquarius. 22nd.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 23rd.--Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 26th.-Fifteenth day of the twelfth moon. Birthday of Wen Yuen, a deified warrior of the Han dynasty. 27th.-Birth- day of Nam-yoh, the Tauist god of the Southern Mountain. Birthday of Lao Tszu (B.C. 604), first Tauist philosopher. 28th.-Day of ill luck. 31st.-Fête-day of Lu Pan, the god of carpenters and masons.

FEBRUARY.-1st.--Birthday of the Supreme (Tauist) ruler of the celestial dragon. 4th.-Solar term, "Spring sets in." Ceremony of meeting the Spring, by breaking a clay figure of an ox. The god of the hearth reports to Heaven. Auspi- cious day for worship. 5th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 9th.-Birth- day of Padma Vyûha, a fabulous Bodhisattva. All the Buddhas descend. The gods of the Northern Bushel descend. Auspicious day for worship. 10th.-New Year's day. Fowl day. A Tauist fast. 11th.-Dog day. Birthday of Che Ta yen, a deified warrior. 12th.-Pig day. Anniversary of the death of Kienlung (A.D. 1736). Birthday of Sun Ching-jin, a deified physician. 13th.-Sheep day. 14th.-Cow day. 15th.-Man day. Day of ill luck. All the spirits report to Heaven. Birthday of the god of wealth, and of Dipankara Buddha. 16th.-Anniversary of the death of Yung Chêng (A.D. 1735). Grain day. 17th. Hemp day. 18th.-Pea day. 19th.-Solar term, "Rain water." Sun enters Pisces. Birthday of a dragon spirit of the ground. 20th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 22nd.-Birthday of Wen and Wu, warriors worshipped at Fatshan. 23rd.--Anniversary of the death Feast of lanterns. of Tao Kwang (A.D. 1850). 24th.-Fifteenth day of the first moon. Birthday of Shang Yuen, a (Tauist) celestial ruler.

MARCH.-1st.-Birthday of Shen Ts'ai, a Buddhist youthful saint. Auspicious day for praying for wealth. Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 3rd.-Anni- versary of the death of an Empress. 5th.-Solar term, "Movement of larvae." Sun in Pisces. 9th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 11th.-First day of the second moon. Birthday of judge in first court of hades. 12th.-Birthday of the philosopher Mencius (B.C. 371), and of a dragon sp.rit of the ground. 13th.-Birth- day of the star god of literature. 16th.-Birthday of the god of the Eastern Moun- tain. 17th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. Birthday of the god of the Canton river. 20th.-Solar term, "Vernal Equinox." Sun enters Aries. 21st.- Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 24th.- All the spirits report to Heaven. 25th.-Fifteenth day of the second moon. Fête-day of Lao Tszu as founder of Tauism, and of Yoh Fei, deified warrior of Sung dynasty. 28th.-Birthday of judge in fourth court of hades. 29th.-Birthday of the goddess of mercy, Kwan-yin, and of a goddess of the sea. 30th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. Birthday of Samanta Bhadra, worshipped by Buddhists of the Lotus School.

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APRIL.-4th.-Solar term, "clear and bright," Ts'ing-ming. Sun in Aries. Tomb festival. Birthday of Hiuen-tien Shing-fu, Tauist deity, father of the god of the sombre heavens. 5th.--Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 9th.-First day of the third moon. Birthday of judge in second court of hades. 10th.-Birthday of god of sombre heavens (Hiuen-tien), ruler of the north pole (Peh-ti). 12th.-All the spirits report to Heaven. 14th.-Spring_festival for worship of lares. 16th.- Birthday of judge in sixth court of hades. 17th.-The earth spirit reigns. 18th.-- Birthday of a dragon spirit of the ground. 19th.--Auspicious day for obtaining Heaven's pardon. Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 20th.-Solar terin, "grain rain." Sun enters Taurus. 21st.-Birthday of the central dragon spirit of the ground. 23rd.-Fifteenth day of the third moon. Birthday of I-lin, a deified physician. 24th.-Birthday of Chun-ti, the Buddhist Durga. 26th.-Birthday of goddess Hau-t'u (worshipped behind the graves), and of the god of the Central Mountain, also of the Tauist "three brothers San-mau.

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MAY.-1st.-Birthday of the Tauist goddess of sailors, Tien-heu, Queen of Heaven. 4th.-Birthday of Tszu Sun, goddess of progeny. 5th.-Solar term "Summer sets in." Sun in Taurus. Birthday of Ch'e-kung (Che-tai), god of money and valuables, also of the god of Mount T'ai-shan. 6tb.-Birthday of the six evil spirits (of heaven, earth, year, month, day, hour), also of the god of the Eastern Mountain, and of Liang Hieh, the inventor of the written character. 9tb.-The first day of the fourth moon. Birthday of judge in eighth court of hades, and of Siu Pa-suen, a statesman of the Sung dynasty. 12th.-Birthday of Manajustri, a disciple of Shakyamuni Buddha. 16th.-All the spirits report to heaven. Birthday of the god of Sam-kai (heaven, earth, hades), and of the judge in ninth court of hades. 17th.-Birthday of a dragon spirit of the ground.-21st.-Solar term, "little full." Sun enters Gemini, 22nd.-Birthday of Lü Sien, a de fiel physician. 23rd.-Fifteenth day of the fourth moon. Birthday of Chung Li-k'wan, one of the eight Tauist genii. 25th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. Birthday of Kam-fá, Cantonese goddess of parturition, and of the judge in tenth court of bades. 26th.-Birthday of Wa-t'o, a deified physician, and of Tszu-mi, a Tauist star god of malaria. 28th.---- Birthday of the goddess of the blind. 29th.-A day of ill luck. 31st.-Fête day of Samanta Bhadra.

JUNE.-3rd.-Birthday of Chung-ch'an, a deified warrior of the Han dynasty. 5th.-Solar term, "grain spiked." Birthday of Yoh-wang, the Esculapius of China. 6th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 8th.-The first day of the fifth moon. Birthday of Nan-kieb, the Tauist god of the south pole. 9th.-All the spirits report to Heaven. 10th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 12th.-A Tauist fast day. 14th.-Dragon boat festival. Boat races and processions to drive away evil spirits and to ward off disease. 16th.-A day of ill luck. 17th.-Birthday of a dragon spirit of the ground. 18th.-Birthday of Shing-wong, the tutelary god of walled towns. 19th.-Birthday of Ping Sing, a deified statesman of the Chow dynasty. 20th.--Birthday of Kwan-ti, the god of war, and of his de.fied son, General Kwan. 21st. Solar term, 66

                     summer solstice." Sun enters Cancer. 22nd. The fifteenth day of the fifth moon. 23rd. Conjunction of Heaven and Earth. Day of general abstinence. Fête day of Julai Buddba. Birthday of Chang Tao-ling (A.D. 34), and of his present successor as head of the Tauist hierarchy. 25th.- Fête day of the Tauist philosopher Lao Tszu. Birthday of the Tauist goddess Si Wang-mu. 27th.-Birthday of Ma Tan-yan, a Tauist saint. Auspicious day for fasting and worship. 30th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress.

JULY.-4th.-Heavens grants pardon.-6th.-Birthday of Mayura Radja, worshipped by sorcerers. 7th.-First day of the sixth moon. Solar term, "little heat." Sun in Cancer. Birthday of Vêda, the patron saint of Buddhist and Tauist monas. teries and nunneries.-8th.- Birthday of Yang Si, a deified warrior, and of Tsui-pan, criminal judge in hades. 11th.--A day of ill luck. 12th.-Fête day of Mount Tai, 16th.-Birthday of Liu Hai-sien, a Tauist saint. 18th.-Birthday of Lung Wang, dragon spirit of wells and hills, a Tauist deity. 19th.-Fête day of Lu Pan, patron of carpenters and masons. 20th. The first decade of heat commences.

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spirit reigns. 21st.-Fifteenth day of the sixth moon. 22nd. Solar term, "great. heat." 25th.-Fête day of Kwan-yin, goddess of mercy. 29th.-Birthday of the god of horses. 30th.-Birthday of a Tauist god of fire, and of Wang Lin, a deified statesman. Fête day of Kwan Ťi, national god of war. 30th.-Second decade of heat commences. Birthday of the Tauist of thunder, Lui-tsu, and of two Tauist genii, Hwo and Hob.

AUGUST.-1st.-Birthday of a Tauist deity called I-lang. 5th.-Birthday of the Tauist star god of Ursa Minor. 6th.-First day of the seventh moon. During this moon is held the festival of all souls, when sheds are erected for exhibition of groups of statuettes, dwarf plants, silk festoons, and altars are erected in these sheds where Buddhist or Tauist priests read masses to release the souls of the subscribers* dead relatives from purgatory, and whence priests proceed in procession to family dwellings to consecrate private shrines, read masses for the dead or exorcise to avoid sickness or death. At the close of the ceremonies (called Ta-tsiu) rice is scattered to fed starving ghosts, magic incantations, accompanied by distortions of fingers so as so imitate certain mystic Sanskrit characters, are performed, and paper-clothes burned, all for the benefit of the souls of those who died on land or sca. Throughout these ceremonics music, drumming, and fireworks are interspersed at intervals. 6th.-Fête day of the Tauist philosopher Lao Tszu. 7th.-Solar term, "Autumn sets in." Sun in Leo. 8th.-All the spirits report to Heaven. 9th.-Third decade of heat commences. 12th.-Birthday of K'ang Shing (a scholar of the Han dynasty), also of the god and goddess of the bedstead, worshipped under the bed, and of Kwei Sien, Tauist star-god of Ursa Major, worshipped by literati, 18th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 14th.-Frost fall. 1th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 17th.-Birthday of Ch'ang-ch'un, a Tauist saint, and of Mahasthana, one of three Buddhist "sages of the West." 20th.-The fifteenth day of the seventh moon. Birthday of Chung Yuen (Tauist god of departed spirits), also of Chang Po, a Tauist saint, and of the Buddhist (Lo-puk) Mandgalyayana, who went to Hades to release bis mother from purgatory. 22nd.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 23rd. A day of mourning. Birthday of the three Tauist gods of heaven, earth, and water. 24th.-Birthday of the Tauist god of the planet Jupiter, regent of "the great year cycle" (sixty years), of the sixty gods of this cycle. 26th.-Birthday of Pu-an, a Buddhist saint. 27th.-Birthday of Tsang Fu, Tauist god of wealth, patron of trade, also of the tutelary deity of each walled town, and of Chang Sien, a Tauist saint, finally of Nagardjuna (A.D. 15C), a Buddhist patriarch and philosopher. 30th.-Anniversary of the death of Kia K'ing (A.D. 1821).

     SEPTEMBER. 3rd.-Birthday of Ti-ts'ang-wang, Buddhist patron of departed spirits.-5th. First day of the eighth moon. Birthday of Hü Sun, a deified phys.cian, and of Kin-kiah, Tauist god of the golden armour, worshipped by literati. 6th.- Birthday of She-wang, chief of the agricultural lares. 7th.-Solar term, "white dew." Sun in Virgo. Fête day of the god of the hearth. The star gods of the northern bushel descend. 9th.-Fête day of Lui Shing, Tauist god of thunder. 13th.-An- niversary of the death of T'ien Tsung (A.D. 1644). 14th. All the spirits report to Heaven. Birthday of the god of the Northern Mountain. 15th.-Anniversary of the death of T'ien Ming (A.D. 1627). 17th.-B rthday of dragon spirit of the West. 19th.-Fifteenth day of the eighth moon. Worship of the moon. Feast of lanterns or mid-autumn festival. 20th.-Birt day of Tsai T'ien, the monkey god (Hanuman), chiefly worshipped at Fatshan, also of Chu Yen, a Tauist saint. 22nd.-Birthday of Tsiu Sien, a Tauist deity. 23rd.-Solar term, " Autumnal Equinox." Sun enters Libra. 26th.-Autumnal festival of the lares.-27th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 28th.-Birthday of T'ao Ye, inventor of pottery. 29th.-Birthday of the star god of the sun, worshipped by the sick by prostrations towards the East.

OCTOBER. 1st.-Birthday of Confucius (B.C. 551). 4th.-First day of the ninth moon. The star gods of the southern bushel descend. 5th.-All the spirits report to Heaven. 5th-12tb.-The Line star geds of the northern bushel descend. 6th.- Birthday of Wu Yuen, a Tauist saint. 8th.-Solar term, "cold dew." Sun in Libra. 12th.-Birthday of Chun-ti (the Chinese Durga) also of Chun Yang, a Tauist

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patriarch, and of Fung Tu, a ruler in hades. Ascension of Kwang-ti, the national god of war. 14th.-Birthday of Yuen Hwuy, a disciple of Confucius, canonised A.D. 1530. 18th. Fifteenth day of the ninth moon. Fête day of Hiuen-tan, the Tauist god of the sombre altar, ruler of malaria. Birthday of the founder of moderu philosophy, Chu Hi (A.D. 1131). 19th.-Birthday of the god of the loom. 20th.- The earth spirit reigns. Birthday of Kin-lung-wang, ruler of the dragon spirits of the ground. Birthday of Chiao-ts'ai, the youthful god of wealth. Birthday of Koh- hung (circa 350 A.D.), a Tauist Canton se phil.sopher and alchemist. 21st.- Birthday of Tsü Shing, one of the inventors of the written character. 23rd.-Solar term, "Hoar frost descends." Sun enters Scorpio. 26th.-Birthday of Yin Che-jin, a Taust saint. 30th.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 31st.-Birthday of Wa Kwong, the Tauist god of fire, also of Ma Yuen-shwui, a general under the god of the north pole.

NOVEMBER. 1st.-Anniversary of the death of an Empress. 2nd.-Birthday of Vaidurya Buddha. 3rd.-First day of the tenth moon. Birthday of the god of the Eastern Mountain. A Tauist fast day. 4th.--Birthday of General Chau, an attendant of the god of war. 5th.-Birthday of one of the Tauist "three brothers," San Mao. 7th.--Solar term, "winter sets in." Sun in Scorpio. Anniversary of the death (A.D. 529), in Canton, of Bodhidharma, first Indian Buddhist patriarch in China. 8th.-Birthday of the inferir spirits ruling in all the various heavens. 17th.-Fifteenth day of the tenth moon.-Birthday of the Tauist regent of waters, Ha Yuen, also of the Tauist god of small-pox called Lin Shi, also of Wen Yuen-shwui, attendant of the god of the north pole. Fête day of the god and goddess of the bedstead. 18th.- Birt: day of the goddess Mu-shan, worshipped by sorcerers. 22nd.- Solar term, "little snow." Sun enters Sagittarius. Birthday of Hü-tsing, a Tauist ale' emist. Auspicious day for fasting and worship. 24th.-The celes ial atmosphere rises up. 25th.-The terrestrial atmosphere sinks down. 28th-Birthday of the supreme god of the five mountains. 29th.-All the spirits report to Heav⋅ n. day of Tsu-mi, Tauist star god o malaria.

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DECEMBER.-1st.-Birthday of Ma-ts'ien, attendant of the god of war. First day of the eleventh moon. All the spirits report to Heaven. 5th.-Fête day of Confucius. 7th.-Solar term, "great snow." Sun in Sagittarius. Birthday of the Tauist Supreme God, Yub-wang Shang-ti, a deified priest, also of the Tauist god of the Western Mountain. 12th.-Birthday of Ta-yih, a Tauist star god, guardian of all sufferers. 13th.-Anniversary of the death of Kang Hi (A.D. 1723). 16th.- Fifteenth day of the eleventh moon. 18th.-Birthday of Amida Buddba. 19th.-- Birthday of the Bodhisattva, called "nine lotus flowers." Auspicious day for worship and fasting. 21st.-Solar term, "win er solstice." Sun enters Capricorn. 24th.- Birthday of Chang-sien, the Tauist god of male progeny. The gods of the southern bushel descend. 27th.-Birthday of a dra. on spirit of the groun). 28th.-Fête day of Pu-a, a Buddhist saint. 30th. - Fête day of Suryadeva, a Buddhist deity.

JAPANESE.

NEW YEAR'S DAY.-First of January.

GEN-SHU-SAI.-The !estival of opening all public bu-iness.

KI-GEN-SETSU.The 11th of February; the Commemoration of Jimmu-Yennō, the first emperor of the present dynasty.

TEN-CHO-SETSU.-The 3rd of November, the birth day of the reigning Emperor.

JEWISH.

The festivals of the Jews are held weekly, monthly, and yearly. Each seventh and fiftieth year, moreover, is kept with peculiar solemnities.

      The weekly festival is the Sabbath, a day consecrated to rest and cheerful devo- tion. It was instituted when God rested, on the seventh day, from the work of creation, and the precept was resewed to the Hebrews in the wilderness of Sin (Ex. Cap. 16), ere yet the Decalogue had been given from Sinai. It is kept from sunset on Friday to sunset on Saturday.

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

The Feast of the Passover, of Pentecost, and of Tabernacles, were the three principal festivals observed under the law, and they wre 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 commemorating important events in their history, also subserved other important purposes. They kept them steadfast to their religion, by the view of ceremonies and the majesty of the divine service; they afforded the means of religious instruction, for the law of God was then read and explained; and they served, moreover, to renew the acquaintance and friendship of tries and families, who from all parts of the country thus met three times in the year in the holy city.

     The PASSOVER is instituted to commemorate the departure out of Egypt, because on the night preceding that departure the destroying angel who slew the first-horn of the Egyptians passed over the houses of the Hebrews, tey 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. It falls on the evening of the 26th of March and finishes on the evening of the 3rd April, and lasts seven days. A lamb, or a kid, without blemish, was killed, roasted, and eaten with unleavened bread and bitt herbs. 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, or WEEKS, is celebrated on the fiftieth day after the Passover, and is a feast of thanksgiving to the Lord, wherein they acknowledge bis dominion over their country and their labours, by offering to him two loaves as the first fruits of all their harvest. It also comm morates the giving of the law from Mount Sinai, 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 is 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 is kept in the first month of the civil year, falls on the evening of the 19th September, and finishes on the evening of the 28th September, and lasts eight days, the first and eighth being the most solemn. In former times during its continuance they lived in booths, tents, or arbours, constructed of the branches and leaves of trees.

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These were the three Great Festivals at which all the males were required to go up 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, is 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 is celebrated on the first day of their civil year (6th Sept.), its commencement being proclaimed by sound of trumpet, and the day is 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 (commences on the evening of the 28th November), and is also called the Feast of Lights, from the illuminations which the Jews make during these days in their houses.

Poorim falls on the 14th and 15th of the sixth month (commences on the evening of the 25th February), and commemorates the defeat of Haman. On these days they

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give alms to the poor and presents to their friends on account of the lives of all the Jews having been saved by Esther, (it is therefore called "Feast of Esther,") which happened on the 13th of the 6th month (civil year)-March.

      The 10th of the first month of the civil year is the day of ATONEMENT, on which they observe a fast from 6 P.M. of the 9th to 7 P.M. of the 10th, and ask for- giv ness for their sins. Other fasts were also instituted in later times, connected with the siege of J. rusalem (10th of tenth month), the capture of the city (17th of the fourth month), the burning of the tempie (9th of the fifth month), and the death of Guedaliah (3rd of the first month) of the civil year.

      Every seventh year is 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 Sabbath 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 poss ssion of his in- heritance, whether it were sold, mortgaged, or alienate in any way, and Hebrew slaves of every description were set free, with their wives and childr n. 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.-The Mahomedan fast commences each day through out the month of this name, when the first streak of light borders the eastern horizon, and continues until the stars are clearly discerned in the heavens. During the whole of these hours not the slightest particle of food, not one single drop of water nor any other liquid, or smoke ever passes the lips. Each day during the fast is passed in occasional prayer, besides the usual uimaz, and in reading the Koran or lives of the prophets. The fast is broken by dates, in remembrance of the Prophet's family, whose great luxury was supposed to be the date of Arabia, and some cooling draught is added if required, The conclusion of the month Ramazan is celebrated as an Eed f stival and is hailed with great rejoicing and merriment. In every house the some dainties are provided, every amusement that can be thought of, is indulged i.. I: some houses the nantch girls are in the apartments of the gentlemen and the "domni" in those of the

women.

EED KORBAN.-In commemoration of Abraham offering up Ishmael; and this is the day on which they annually perform the Haj at Mecca. The followers of Mahomed claim to be descendants of Abraham throuzh 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 annually commemorated by the sacrifice of animals, such as camels, sheep, goats or lambs, according to each person's means, which answer the purpose of honouring the memory of Abraham and Ishmael. 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 t' e animals they have sacrificed at the feast of Erd will be present to lend their aid to help them over in safety.

MOHARRAM.-A celebrated mourning festival held annually in remembrance of the first martyrs of Mussulmans-Hassain and Hossein-the two sous of Fatima and Ali, from whom the whole race of Syads have descended. Hassain was poisoned by an emissary of the usurping Kalipha, and Hossein, the last victim of the descendants of the prophet's family, to King Yazid's (son of Maviah) fury, suffering a cruel death after the most severe trials on the plain of Kurbala, on the tenth day of the Arabian month of 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

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   Fatima, the daughter of Mahomed, and alter the murder of their father by the con- trivances of the then ruling Kalipha, they with their families removed from Shawn, the Capital, to Medina. Alter 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 Imau (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 subject of the ten days' bewailing during the Moharram. The Mahomedans are divided into distinct sects, called the Sunis and the Shias. The former regard Ali and his descendants as the lawful leaders after Mahomed, and the latter Ali and his descendants as fourth Kaliph or a ter the Kaliphah of Abubakr, Oomer, and Oosman, who died in the life time of Ali, and as the Shias are cursing Abubakr, Oomer, and Oosman, the Kaliphas, as Abubakr, Omar, &c., hence quarrels, animosities, and dislikes ate hoarded up to be avenged when opportunity offers. 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 Iman Hossein at Kurala), 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 str ets. Mourning assemblies are held morning and evening in the Imanbares by Shias, during the Mobarra, 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, an embracing the whole of the subject they commemorate, is chanted with great effect; the names o their lawful leaders are recounted with blessings, and that of 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 Ceases. The Tabut is a slight framework of bamboo and tinsel. They vary consider- ably in size and appearance, according to the taste and ability of ta se w o 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 then with strong disapprobation, both Shias and Sunis. In Bombay a portion of the Mahomedans and Hindoos unit in building the Tabuts. These are taken out, and, accompanied with music, carried in procession through the Bhenly Bazaar, from midnight of the ninth until three o'clock of the morning of t e tenth day, and from twelve 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 cast 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. Mahomedans, especially Sunis of India, who do not unite in building the Tabuts, are accustomed to go on this occasion to the mosques for ten successive nights 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 (because Mahomedans are forbidden to weep aloud), who while listening to the r cital, wep aloud, and smite violently upon their breast. In Bombay there is, strictly speaking, no representation of the battle which was fought previous to the death of Hossein. Som two or three horsen en bearing flags enter the large yard adjoining the Imanbares with loud wailings, and are followed by two horses caparisoned t represent th se which were for the use of the fallen Hos-ei". One person on horseback, with a long sword apparently run through the head and covered with blood, joins in the wailing. A female infant, in deep mourning, sitting at the door of a sinall mausoleum, which is carried on shoulders of men, constantly casts asbes

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    or cut-straw upon her head, in token of grief. These pass round in a circle, accom- panied 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 entirely disapproved by the Sunis.

PARSEE.

      Parsees originally came from Persia, where they were once the ruling nation. The Persian Empire was extended in their time from the Mediterranean to the Indus, from the Jaxartes to Arabia and the confines of Egypt. They had also extended their conquests into India. But after the overthrow of their last monarch, Yezdezerd II., by Calph Omar, Persia became a prey to the Arabs and Turks, who exercised a most tyrannical sway with the view of converting Parsees to the Moslem Faith. To escape religious persecution and oppression at the hands of their Mahomedan conquerors, a very large number of Parsees fled from their mother country, and about the eighth century took refuge at Sanjam, in Western India, where Hindoo id latry and polytheism were prevalent. Parsees, however, clung to their own rites and ceremonies and preserved monotheism wherever they went and in whatever position their lot was cast. From Sanjam they dispersed themselves into small knots over the whole of Guzerat, and we find them occupying responsible positions under the sway of the Delhi Moguls, and also under the Portuguese Government at Bombay. They had been rendering material assistance, both pecuniary and mercantile, to the Honourable the East India Co. at Surat. Surat had, however, to yield its commercial importance to Bombay, which, being the principal seaport of Western India, afforded peculiar advantages for the development of commerce, in which the Parsees have taken the leading part. To the shores of China they were the first to migrate in 1756, and for more than a hundred years Parsee firms have been carrying on a thriving trade in Canton, Macao, Hongkong, and Shanghai. With Bengal, Pegu, Rangoon, Madras, and the Malabar coast they also began to trade in rice, timber, &c. at an early date. Under the fostering care of the British they soon extended their trade with England in cotton, piece goods, and other s'aples. The particular characteristics of the community are, devout loyalty, love of truth and constitutional justice, libe- rality, and mercantile enterprise. These have I d to their rapid development from a state of obscurity and poverty into opulence and social and political importance. The liberality of the Parsees is proverbial. From the rear 1803 we find them contributing to subscriptions raised in England; as in the m morial und of William Pitt, the testimonial to Dr. Jenner, the well known discoverer and propagator of vaccination, the London Patriotic Fund of 1804, the Marquis of Cornwallis Memorial Fund of 1806, and the London Hospital Fund of 1808, and several others, without needlessly entering into a description of the way in which they have always stood frward during the last fifty years in the cause of suffering Lumanity.

       The Parsees of India are divided into two sects--the "Shanshahis" or "Rasmis," ard the "Kudmis" or "Churigars," the former of whom constitute the larger portion of the race. This division originated only al out a hundred and fifty years ago, when a learned Persian priest, named Jamasp, arrived in India, and found that his co-religionists differed from their bretbern of Iran in their calculation of time by a full month, aud in other minor points relating to their "Liturgy." Serious disputes arose in consequence, which ended in the formation of the two sets, the Shanshabis adhering to their own views, and the Kudmis adopting the opinions imported by Jamasp-thus agreeing with their Persian brethern. Notwithstanding this division, no estrangement exists between them in their social intercourse. Te difference lies only in their computation of time, and in some slight variations in their form 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

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  during the rest of the day. Some of their religious institutions are traced to a very ancient period. The f. stival 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, notwithstanding the difference of creed. The Emperor Akbar adopted the "Nowroz" and fourteen other festivals of the Parsees for the observance of those who were attached to his favourite doctrines of the "Ilahi faith," or the "Religion of God," which he fruit ssly endeavoured to introduce among the people.

PAPETI, OR NEW YEAR'S DAY.-Among the festivals observed by the Parsees, the first and most universally kept is the Papeti, or new year's day. On this day 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-jor" or joining of hands is performed; this ceremony is a sort of greeting correspoding 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 an 1 rejoicings are kept up till a late hour. A ms are also given to the poor in the course of the day, and new suits of clothes are presented to servants and dependents.

The ancient Persians reckoned a new era from the accession of each successive monarch, and as Yezdezerd, of the Sassanian dynasty, was their last King, when dethroned by Caliph Omar about A.D 640, the date of his accession to the throne has been brought down to the present time, thus making their current year 1248-49.

In their calculatio. 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 30 days each, and five days, or "Gathas" as these are named, added at the end to make up the deficiency. These five Gatha days are held as the most sacred in the year, and those piously disposed spend them solely in prayers.

     KHURDAD-SAL.-The second of the Parsee festivals is the "Khurdad-Sal" day, or the aniversary 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. Parses themselves differ as to the exact time of the birth of their prophet; a part of them fix the periol at 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 boliday, 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 coutinuation of the "Khurdad Sal;" no religious ceremonies are required, and the day is always speut in the enjoyment of pl asures.

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FARUHARDIN JASAN.-This day is set apart for the perfor.uance of ceremonies for the dead, "Farular" maning soul or spirit. The religious portion of the people attend on the hills at Chaopatty (Bombay), where their "dockuas," or "towers of are situated, and there perform prayers for te dead, in commemoration of their memory. The Parsees are enjoined by their religion to pr s rve the memory of their dead by annual r. ligious ceremonies 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, call d daran, which are put on a tray or other copper vessel, along with the frui's and flowers, over which the priest per- forms 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.

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ARDLBEHEST-JASAN.-This festival, as its name implies, is maintained in honour of Ardibehest Amshaspond, the angel controlling the sacred fire, that element being one of the wonders of divine creation. 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-í-Jamshid or the Nowroz-í-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 operatious 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 King of his race who introduced civilisation among mankind, and established the computation of time. If we are to believe the Persian writers, the exquisite bas-reliefs among the ruins of Persepolis-still visible in beauty after a lapse 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 "revenue settlement" day, when the chief's 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 Mabomedans or Parsees. Ind a it is simply a day of rejoicing.

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     AVA ARDUI SUR 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 Pars es are required on this day to approach the sea shore, or any stream of water, and chart 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 Esplanage in hon ur of this festival.

ADAR JASAN.-Adar, another synonym 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 month is heid in great respect and sauctity. 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 Bahman 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; the night tim: K'u'n. The former uniformly begins 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. The hours of the night are counted in succ ssion from 1 to 12. Each night is divided into four watches of three hours (ach, and each watch is called a Yam.

      Siamese months are designed to be lunar months; but they often vary from the moon by 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 14 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 month of 30 days,

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once in two or three 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.

      60 Winat'ees make 1 Nat'ee or minute; 6 Nat'ees, 1 Bat; 10 Bats, 1 Mong or Toom (hour); 12 Mongs, 1 Wan (day); 12 Tõõms, 1 K'u'n (night); 29 or 30 Wans and K'u'ns, 1 Du'an (month); 12 or 13 Du'ans, 1 Pee (year); and 10 Pees, 1 Sok, or cycle of ten.

They have no word to denote a week of time. But each day of the seven has its appropriate rame and number. Sunday is their first and Saturday their seventh day. The days of the week are:-1st. Wan At'it (day of the Sun) Sunday; 2nd. Wan Chan (day of the Moon) Monday; 3rd. Wan Angk'an (day of Mars) Tuesday; 4th. Wan P'oot (day of Mercury) Wednesday; 5th. Wan Prabat (day of Jupiter) Thurs- day; 6th. Wan Söök (day of Venus) Friday; 7th. Wan Sow (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 Dúan ái (month ái), the latter, Dúan Yèè (month Yeè). 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 Pee, the latter Sok. Every year of each kind of cycle has its own specific name. The years of the cycle of 12 are:-1st. Pee Ch'odat, year of the Rat; 2nd. Pee Ch'alòd, of the Cow; 3rd. Pee K'án, of the Tiger; 4th. Pee T'aw, of the Rabbit; 5th. Pee Marong, of the Great Dragon; 6th. Pee Masèng, of the Small Dragon; 7th. Pee Mameea, of the Horse; 8th. Pee Mamaa, of the Goat; 9th. Pee Wàwk, of the Monkey; 10th. Pee Raka, of the Cock; 11th. Pee Chaw, of the Dog; 12th. Pee Kõon, of the Hcg.

     The years of the cycle of 10 are:-Eka sok, 1st of the cycle; To sok, 2nd; To sok, 3rd; Treenì sok, 4th; Bonya sok, 5th; Ch'áw sok, 6th; Sapp'á sok, 7th ; Aatt'a sok, 8th; Nõpp'a sok, 9th; Samrett'i sok, 10th of the cycle.

In writing the number of their Era, the name o each cycle, as it chances to be, is always given in the same connection. Every Siamese is 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 names of the years in succession from the one that gave him birth, until he comes back again to his birth-year, keeping tally with his fingers. Thus be counts on until he makes another cycle of twelve, more 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, through 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 Buddha died, which was 2,400 years at the full moon in May, 1866. This reckoning is never used except in their religious matters. It is denominated Pööta Sakkárát (Era of Buddha. Their civil Era, called Chöölá Sakkárát (little Era) is reckoned from the time when Pra Rooang, a Siamese king of great celebrity, established it, and that was 1,240 full years in March, 1879. 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. Their mode of showing the day of week, day of moon, and month is very concise.

LIST OF FOREIGN RESIDENTS

IN CHINA, JAPAN, THE PHILIPPINES, COCHIN CHINA, SIAM, AND SINGAPORE, FOR 1880.

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

Aarons, W., (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Canton

Abajo, M. C. y, assistant army administration, Balabas, Philippines

Abarca, R. M., (Ayala & Co.) clerk, Manila

Abbey, R., clerk, Government telegrapù service, Yokohama

Abbott, E., broker, Yokohama

Abbott, R. J., Maritime Customs assistant, (absent)

Abbott, J. C., captain, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Abdolkhasen, H. M, (Hajee Meerza Mahomed Ally & Co.) manager, Gough street

Abdoola, A., draper, Graham street

Abdoolhoosen, E., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Abdoolkadir Sedick, (Hajee Hamed Hajee Esack) clerk, Gage street

Abdoollutiff Abdoolally, broker, Wellington street

Abegg, H., (Sieber & Brennwald) clerk, Yokohama

Abell, J. C., broker, and secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Hiogo Abellana, L., (Wilks & Earnshaw) assistant, Manila

Abendroth, H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) acting agent, Manila Aberdien, A., sergeant, British Legation escort, Tokio

Abraham, R., overman, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki

Abraham, A. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Abrams, H., horse dealer, Singapore

Acal, M., army medical department, Manila

Acheson, J., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton

Ackerizan, J. C., captain, steamer China, Coast

Adams, Lieut. C. A., executive officer, U S.S. Palos

Adams, K. D., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Canton

Adams, M. J., inspector of nuisances

Adams, M. C., storekeeper, Nagasaki

Adams, W. Stanley, M.D., medical practitioner and health officer, Caine road

Adams, F., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Adams, A. H., medical missionary, Osaka

Adamson, H. H., first lieutenant, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton

Addicks, J. T., paymaster, U.S S. Ashuelot

Addiscott, W., fitter, H. M. Naval Yard

Addosio, Rev. P. d', Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Adnams, W. T., chief storeman, H.M. Naval Yard

Adolf, G., husbandry section, home department, Tokio

Adriano, J. de D., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Aenlle, M., (J. Dayot & Co.) proprietor "Libreria Religiosa," Manila Agar, L., third secretary, Spanish Legation, Peking

Agnew, R., carpenter, U.S.S. Alert

Agostini, P. d,' (D. Musso & Co.) clerk, West Point

Agthe, K., (H. Müller & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Aguado, F., contador, auditor general's department, Manila

Aguila, A. L. S. del, marine officer, Post-office

Aguirre, T., secretary to Governor, Manila

Aguirre, L., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ahlefeld, von -., lieutenant German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Ahlmann, J. A., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) piermaster, West Point Ahrens, H., (H. Ahrens & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

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Aichberger, von, consul for Germany, Amoy Aikin, J. B., boatswain, U.S.S. Richmond

Ailion, J. A., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Osaka

Ainslie, A., Maritime Customs assistant, Fooch w

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Aitken, W., second engineer, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton

Aitken, A. G., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) supt. engineer, Kowloon Aitken, A. M., Jun., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Aiverin, M. S., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Alabaster, H., tutor and translator, Royal Palace, Bangkok Alabaster, C., consul for Great Britain, &c., Hankow

   Alabor, J., merchant and commission agent, Stanley street Alba, V., clerk, audit department, Manila

Albero, G., assistant, Custom,house, Manila

Alberoni, C., printer, Manila

Alborado, A., constable, British consulate, Takao Alcega, F., direccion administracion civil, Manila Alcuas, V., ecclesiastical department, Manila Alenaz, C. S. de, (Guichard et Fils) clerk, Manila Aldagaser, M., carriage builder, Iloilo

Aldecoa, Z. I, de, (Aldecoa & Co.) merchant, Manila Aldegner, M., (Aldegner & Sons) merchant, Iloilo Alderton, Thos., commander, P. & O. steamer China Aldon, A., billiard room proprietor, Iloilo

Aldrich, P. commander, H.B.M. surveying vessel Sylvia

Aldrich, A. S., sec. to directors & chief account., Government railway service, Yokohama Alegre, J., (Reyes & Co.) assistant, Manila

Alemão, D., (Brandão & Co.) clerk, Wellington street

Alexander, T., engineering College, Tokio

Alexander, Rev. T. T., missionary, Tokio

Alexandrine, -, assistant, commissariat, Haiphong

Alexieff, Mrs. P. P., proprietor, "Russian Hotel," Hakodate

Alford, E. F., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Alford, R. G., surveyor, Queen's Road

Algar, A., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Algar, T., (Algar & Co.) house agent & rent collector, Hollywood road (absent)

Alion, A. J., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) assistant, Osaka

Allaire, naval cadet, French corvette Champlain

Allan, J., (Sandilands, Buttery & Co.) merchant, Penang

Allan, J. R., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) engineer, Singapore

Allan, G., (Hongkong Ice Co.) assistant, East Point

Allan, W., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore

Allan, J. M., (Kiangnan Arsenal) overseer of marine engineering, Shanghai

Allana, H., (Gulam Hoosein John Mahomed) clerk, Gage street

Allanson, Wm., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Allard, Rev. M. J. F., French Cattolic Mission, Laroot

Allarukhia, B., (Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy) clerk, Wellington street Allcock, G. H., silk inspector, Yokohama

Allcot, G. A., Maritime Customsxaminer, Tientsin

Allco, J. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Allemão, A. E., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf Allen, E. L. B., assistant, British Consulate, Canton

Allen, Whitworth, bill broker, Penang

Allen, C. F. R., vice-consul, British consulate, Shanghai

Allen, A. C., lieutenant, H.B. M. gunvessel Lily Allen, J. H. B., (Geo. Óliver & Co.) clerk, Foochow Allen, H. J., British Consul, Newchwang

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

    Allen, I. W., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Allen, Rev. Y. J., D.D., L.L.D., missionary, Shanghai Allen, Henry, Junr., commission agent, Yokohama

Allibhoy, A. M., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) clerk, Canton Allman, W., assist. paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis Allum, W. E., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow

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Almada e Castro, J. M. d', first clerk, Col. Sec. office, and Private Secretary 'o Governor Almario, F. S., compositor, Daily Press office

Almeida, J. E. d', student interpreter, procurador's department, Almeida, L. F. d', (Sieber-Waser) clerk, Shanghai

Almeida, J. A. d', (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Queen's-road Almeida, F. J. d', (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Almeida, C. M. d', (Millot & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Almeida, e Azevedo, A. E. d', attorney-general, Macao Almeida. L., prefeito, commercial school, Macao Almeida, F. d', (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Aimeida, E. F. d', (Rus ell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Almeida, A. J. d', (National Bank of India) clerk, Shanghai Almeida, E. F. d', Jr., (A. Bielfeld) clerk, Shanghai

Almeida, J. d', (H.K.C. & M.S.B. Co.) wharfinger

Almeida, F. A. M. d', (Lacroix Cousins & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Macao

Almeida, Rev. M. F. do Rozario e, chaplain, Hospital de San Rafael, Macao Almeida, J. E. de, merchaut, Macao

Almeida, J. V. d', secretary, Portuguese consulate, Bangkok

Almeida, J. A. d', retired lieut. colonel, Macao

Almeida, J. d', broker, Singapore

Almy, A. C, cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Alonço, J. J. da Silva, almoxarife, Almoxarifado de Guerra, Macao

Alonço, J., Junr., (Hongkong Gas Co.) clerk, West point

Alonço, V., (Hongkong Gas Co.) clerk, West point

Alonso, J. G, ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila

   Alonso, F. G., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila Alonso, E., secretary, army department, Manila

   Alonso, R., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Alonso, T. D., lieutenant of cavalry, Manila Alonzo, C., restaurant keeper, Manila

Alsace, telegraphist, Saigon

Alvares, J. J. F., surgeon, Macao Battalion, Macao

Alvarez, J., officer, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Alvarez, Don M., chargé d'affaires, Spanish Legation, Tokio

Alves, A. F., accountant, Colonial Treasury

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

Alves, J. L. de S., clerk, Harbour Master's office

Alves, P. M., acting second clerk, Magistracy

Amalunxen, E. A. v., commission agent, Shanghai Amaral, D. G., ensign 3rd Ba talion, Macao Ambrose, J., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ament, Rev. W. S., missionary, Paou ing-foo

Amermann, Rev. J. L., missionary, Tokio

Ames, S. J. B., commissioner of Police Forces, Bangkok

Amy, C. G., lightkeeper, Luson lighthouse, Chefoo

Anatoly, Rev., Russian mission, Hakodate

Anaya, C., 1acionero, ecclesiastical dept., Manila

   Ancean, registrar of courts of appeal and first instance, Saigon Anchant, K., (Patrew Rice Mill) assistant, Bangkok

Anchant, P. C., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Singapore

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Andersen, R., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Andersen, H., (Japan Photographic Association) photographer, Yokohama Andersen, L. A., surveyor to Lloyds' agents, Germanic Lloyds', &c., Amoy Andersen, N. P., captain, Customs revenue cruiser Kua-hsing, Shanghai Anderson, F., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Anderson, Jas., manager, Foochow Dock Company, Focchow Anderson, C. E., (J. L. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Amoy Anderson, P., medical missionary, Taiwan

Anderson, R., (Howard, Erskine & Co.) engineer, Singapore Anderson, J. G., (J. M. Lyon & Co.) assistant, Singapore Anderson, J., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama Anderson, J., (J. Reyna) engineer, Iloilo

Anderson, W., carpenter, Yokohama

Anderson, W., instructor, Naval College, Tokio

Anderson, A. F., M.D., colonial surgeon, Singapore

Anderson, Jas., (Inglis & Co.) engineer, Spring Gardens

Anderson, T., engineer, Iloilo

Anderson, J., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Anderson, W. H., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

    Anderson, W., medical officer, British Legation, and to Govt. Railway department, Tokio Anderson, D., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Anderson, John, storekeeper, Nagasaki

Anderson, J. L., (J. L. Anderson & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Anderson, J. H., (R. Anderson & Co.) merchant, and vice-consul for Netherlands, Kiu-

kiang and Hankow

Anderson, R., (R. Anderson & Co.) merchant, Kiukiang and Hankow (absent)

Anderson, W. C. C., (Geo. W. Collins & Co.) storekeeper, Tientsic

Anderson, J., lightkeeper, Shantung Promontory lighthouse

Anderson, A., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ando, Taro, Japanese consul, Caine road

Andrade, O., director, Exchequer department, Manila

Andrade, J. J. d', (French Dispensary) assistant, Queen's road

André, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

André, A., (Melchers & Co.) merchant and consul for Austria-Hungary, Peddar's Wharf Andreis, E., (L. Caudrelier) assistaut, Yokohama

Andrew, J. M., assistant, "Hotel de l'Europe," Singapore

Andrew, P., assistant, "Hotel de l'Europe," Singapore

Andrew, J., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Andrews, L. P., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila

Andrews, J. W., master Maritime Customs Cruiser Hwa-Shu, Newchwang

Anduiza, "La Bilbaina" restaurant, Manila

Angelucci, coffee house keeper, Saigon

Angier, H. E., (E. E. Australasia and China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Anglin, J. R., proprietor, Japan Gazette, Yokohama

Anguita, A., chief accountant, cortaduria eneral, Manila

Angulo, A., restaurant keeper, Manila

Angulo, J. Perez, dean, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila (absent)

Angus, T, W., assistant bailiff, Court of requests, Penang

Angus, W. M., Engineering College, Tokio

Angus, J. M., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore

Angus, G., auctioneer, Singapore

Angus, A. Forbes, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow

Anlestia, F. C. y, ayudante, inspeccion de Montes, Manila

Annan, Robt., garrison sergeant-major

Annand, J., (Annand & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Annatoyn, J. D., Maritine Customs tide waiter, Newchwang

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Annesley, W. M., lieutenant and commander, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant Annoi, (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Sigou

Anot, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Anson, A. H., lieutenant, H.B. M. corvette, Comus

Anson, W. V., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Swinger

Anson, Hon. Major-General A. E, H., C.M.G., Lieut.-Governor of Penang

Anstruther, H. L., lieutenant of Marines, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel Anthony, Wm., gunner, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Anthony, J., China Sugar Refining Co.) ass'stant, East Poiut

Anthony, T. B., constable, British Consulate, Hakodate Antoire, F., teacher, foreign language school, Tokio

Anton, P. W., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Anton, J. R., broker, College Gardens

Antonio, J., (Catholic Cercle) clerk, Pottinger Street

Antonio, C., (Stepuens & Ho.mes) cle:k, Club Chambers

Antonio, F., adjutant of police, Macao

Antonio, L., light keeper, Tiger Island, Ningpo

Apcar, A. M., merchant and comm ssion agent, Hollywood Road Apos ol, J., clerk, United States Consulate, Manila

Apper, G., councillor-at law, Tokio

Aquino, J F. d', (Noronha & Sons) compositor, Shanghai Aquino, T. d', (Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Aquino, A. M., (Celestial Empire Office) compositor, Shanghai Aquino, J., (Celestial Empire Office) compositor, Shanghai Aquino, J. C. d', (National Bank of India) clerk, Shanghai Aquino, B. d', assistant purser, steamer Kinshan, Canton river Aquino, E. H. d', clerk, Stamp Revenue office

Arahintas, C. B., assistant army administration, Manila Araneta, H., trad r, Iloil,

Araneta, A., trader, Iloilo

Aranlio, M., relator, Supreme Court, Manila

Aran, V., abogado fiscal, S preme Court, Manila

Arbod, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Arbuthnot, E. O., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Arce, J.. (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Arelii, G. F., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Arche, L. V., assistant, Custom house, Manila

Archibald, A. M., (Nation Bank of India) acting accountant, Suan hai

Arduzer, pilot, Saigon

Arellano, J. R. de, director of Mint, Manila

Arendt, C., secretary, interpreter, German Legation, Peking

Arène, J., interprète-chancelier. French Legation, Peking

Aretz, W. H., merchant, Shanghai

Arevalo, B, dentist, Manila

Arevalo, J., dentist, Manila

Arfeuille, M. d', inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Argence, A. d', storekeeper, Haiphong

Arguellas, P., inspector de hacienda, Manila

Argüelles, C., conservador, ficral department, Manila

Ari, Lala, proprietor, "French Hotel," Manila

Arias, R. R. de., Command inte- eneral del Apostadero, Manila

Arias, E., professo: San Juan de Letram College, Manila

Arisa, E., almacener, adminis. c lecciones y labores, Manila

Arjânee, F. H., (N. Mody & Co.) merchant and hon, sec. Parsee Club, Queen's road

Armour, J., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Shanghai

Armstrong, G. W. F., M.D., surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

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Armstrong, J., second engineer, revenue cruiser Ling Feng, Amoy

Armstrong, J. M., Government auctioneer and commission agent, Queen's road central A mstrong, J. B., surgeon, H B.M. corvette Encounter

Arnand, clerk, Col nial Treasury, Saigon

Arnand, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Arest, D., foreman, construction, Tokio

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

Arnhold, Ph., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Anold, T., public accountant

Arnoldi, von, lieutenant, German corvette Luise

Arnoux, G. d', Maritime Customs assistant, Canton (unattached) Arnstein, M., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Aroozoo, S., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Arrangez, J., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) sub-accountant, Shanghai

Arribas, J. M., inspector colecciones y 1 bores, Manila

Arrieta, Dr. J. de, professor de derecho civil, University, Manila

Arrivet, J. B., teacher foreign language school, Tokio

Arroja, Y. trader, Iloilo

Arthur, Wm. M. B., third master, Central school, Gough street Artindale, R. H., (Iveson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Ascina, B. J. y, assistant army administration, Manila

Asenas, V., capitan, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Asensi, M., suplente, Supreme Court, Manila

Asgar, M. E. H., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esmail) merchant, Gage street Ashley, C. J., sail maker, Shanghai

Ashmore, Rev. Wm, Jr., missionary, Swatow

Ashmore, Rev. Wm., D.D., missionary, Swatow

Ashton, F., P. A. engineer, U.S.S. Monocacy

Ashton, J., secretary, Shanghai C ub, Shanghai

Ashton, H., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ashton, F., captain, steamer Albay, Coast

Aslusio, L., president San Juan de Letram College, Manila

Asmus, (Kim Cheng Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok

Aspinall, T., (New Harbour Dock Co.) chief engineer, Singapore

Asse, regis rar to justice of the peace, Saigon

Assis, F. d' boarding-house keeper, Upper Station street

Assumpção, C. A. R. d', student interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao

Assumpçao, J. C. P., Intendencia Militar, Macao

Assumpçao, J. d', clerk, Colonial Treasury, Macao

Assumpção, J. C. P. d', chief clerk of the Exchequer, Macao

Astolgi, assistant, Customs, Hanoi

Aston, W. G., assistant Japanese secretary, British Legation, Tokio

Astorga, L., trader, Iloilo

Aström, C., pilot, Bangkok

Asverus, Otto, marine surveyor, Swatow

Atkinson, R. W., B. Sc., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Atkinson, J., (Kiangnan Arsenal) overseer of machinery & powder manufacture, S'hai

Atkinson, Rev. J. L., M.D., missionary, Hiogo

Atwater, C. N., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Au, R., (Botica de la Escolta) assistant, Manila

Aubert, F. B., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Aubry, assistant surgeon, French corvette Champlain

Augier de Maintenon, chief of administration, Haiphong

Augustin, bailiff, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Aumoitte, chancelier, French consulate, Hanoi

Aurget, A., chief engineer, Chinese gun boat Ching-tsing, Canton

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Aurienti, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka Aussenac, E., (Guichard et fils) clerk, Manila Aus-enac, E., (A. R. Marty) assistant, Haiphong

Austen, E. J., acting assistant engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Austen, W. T. missionary to seamen, Yokohama

Austen, J. G., (Austen & Co.) merchant, and United States Consul, Iloilo (absent) Austen, George, (Austen & Co.) merchant, Iloilo

Austen, J. H., missionary, Yokohama (absent)

Auten, W. B., clerk, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Automi, secretary to Admiral Daburquois, French frigate Armide

Auyer, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street

Auzon, (V. Roque) agent, Pnompenh, Cambodia

Avecilla, L., assistant, public works department, Manila Avila, A. L. d', lieutenant, Military Battalion, Macao Aymeri, A., Procure des Lazaristes, Shanghai

Aymonier, E., representative of French protectorate, Cambodia Aymonier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Aymonin, V., (V. Aymonin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Ayres, L., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street Ayres, C. A. S., (C. Gerard & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Ayres, Philip B. C., Colonial surgeon and inspector of hospitals Ayrton, W. S., assistant interpreter, British Consulate, Hankow Azéma, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Azevedo, J. J. d', secretary military hospital, Macao

Azevedo, F. F. P. d', captain 3rd Battalion, Timor

Azevedo, J. J. d', adjudante, Intendencia Militar, Macao

Azevedo, L. d', (Malcampo & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Azevedo, F. d', (Deacon & Co.) clerk, Canton

Azevedo, F. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Azevedo, M. d', (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road

Azevedo, A. d', purser, steamer Powan, Canton river

Azevedo, J. J. d', clerk, Revenue department, Macan

Azevedo, P. A. d', purser, receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai

Babey, H., agent-voyer, travaux publics, French Municipal Council, Shanghai Baboo, Samuel, Indian Interpreter, Central Police Station

Bach, E., surgeon army medical department, Manila

Backwell, G. T., assist. clerk, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Baconnier, C., (Baconnier & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Badal, J., trader, Iloilo

Badge, Geo., draper, Hiego

Badman, H. A., (Ramsey& Co.) storekeeper, Bangkok

Badolato, L., contador, audit department, Manila Baehr, H., (C. Rhode & Co,) clerk, Yokohama Baelz, Dr. E., professor, Medical College, Tokio Baenziger, G. A., (C. Germann) clerk, Manila Baenziger, E., (C. Germann) clerk, Manila Baer, G. A., (Baer & Suhm) merchant, Manila

Baer, S.. (Baer Senior & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent) Baffy, G. T., steward of Club Concordia, Shanghai

Baggal, B., (Ramsey & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Bagnall, B., missionary, Kiukiang

Bailey, John, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Bailey, D. H., United States Consul-general, Shanghai Bailey, Geo., constable, Sailors' Home, Shanghai

Bailey, O. E., Maritime Customs assistant, examiner, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Bailly, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bailly, (Morice Jeune & Bailly) draper, Saigon

Bain, E. J., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Bain, A. W., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

   Bain, Geo. Murray, proprietor and editor, China Mail, Wyndham street Bain, W. N., (Kyle & Bain) proprietor, Hongkong Ice Co., East Point Bain, W. B., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Bair, M., German consul, Tokio

Bair, M. M. (Bair & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Baird, C. W., (Union Insurance Society of Canton) clerk, Shanghai (absent)

Baird, A., light keeper, Cape D'Aguilar lighthouse

Baker, C. H., fleet engineer, U.S. Squ dron in China and Japan

Baker, C. J.. lieutenant, II.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie

Baker, H., (Newman, & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Balbas y Ageo, M., (Hijos de Balbas & Co.) merchant, Manila Bilbas y Ageo, J., (Hijos de Balbas & Co.) merchant, Mauila Baldwin, Rev. C. C., D.D., missionary, Foochow (in city) Baldwin, Rev. Stephen L., missionary, Foochow (absent) Balea, J., chemist, Iloilo

Balette, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Hakodate Balfour, A., (Ed. Knox & Co.) baker, Bangkok

Balfour, F. H., teacher, Japanese Legation, Peking

Balfour, L. H., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Singapore Balfour, A. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie

Ball, J. D., acting assistant interpreter, Supreme Court

Ballagh, J. C., missionary, Yokohama

Ballance, T. F., (Ballance & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Ballard, T. J., Maritime Customs boat officer, Chefoo*

Ballard, S., (Kiangnan Arsenal) overseer of cartridge department, Shanghai Balliston, G. W., nav. lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Balloy, M. de, first secretary, and chargé d'Affaires French Legation, Tokio Baltao, D., (Garchitorena & Smith) assistant, Manila

Bamsey, W. S., (Hongkong Ga- Company) foreman of works, West point

   Bandinel, J.J. F., (Knight, Bandiuel & Co.) merchant, and U.S. vice-consul, &c., N'chwang Bandry, assistant commissioner subsistances, Saigon

Bania, S. del, proprietor "Cuidad de Cebu," Cebu

Banister, C. J. F., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Banker, W. S., pilot, Newchwang

Bank-, T., second engineer, C. N. Co.'s steamer Newchwang, Coast

Banks, M., pilot, Nagasaki

Bannerman, J., chief engineer, tugboat association, Shanghai

Banyard, M., bill and bullion broker, Shanghai

Bao, P., professor, boys' public school, Saigon

Baptista, O., (H. L. Dennys) clerk, Bank Buildings

Baptista, J., lieutenant of Police, Macao

Baptista, A. M., (Sharp & Danby) clerk, Queen's Road

Baptista, L. J., member of Municipal Chamber, Macao

Baptista, M. A., drawing master, Victoria Boys' School, Hollywood road

Baptista, M. A., Jr., (Sharp, Toller & Johnson) clerk, Supreme Court House Baptista, L. M., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Baptiste, B., (Grand Hotel) steward, Yokohama

Barbe, de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Barbe, J., supt. of Police, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

Barbeito, J. F., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Barbier, Rev. P. N., French missionary, Tha-kien, Siam

Barbosa, Capt. A. T., quarter-master, Military battalion, Macao

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Barchet, S. P., M.D., missionary, Ningpo Barclay, T. G., lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings Barclay, T., surgeon, P. & O. steamer Malacca Barclay, Rev. T., M.A., missionary, Taiwan Barff, S., assistant Postmaster General

Barff, F. W., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Bargen, H. von, clerk, German consulate, Singapore

Barker, T. W., (China and Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Shanghai Barker, W., pilot, Singapore

Barkley, C., storeman, II M. Naval Yard

Barlow, J. S., (Barlow & Wilson) engineer, Manila

Barnard, H. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Frolic

Baruechea, A. P., professor of medicine, University, Manila

Barnes, W., chief constable, British consulate gaol, Shanghai

Barnes, C. I., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) agent, Manila (absent) Baron, J. S., ship and general agent, Shanghai (absent)

Barr, J., cup nier, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Barr, W., Engineering College, Tokio

Barradas, A. C., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Barradas, E. C., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Barradus, T., clerk, Post-office

Barradas, Z. M., clerk, Post-office

Barreiro, A. O. y, assistant, army administration, Manila

Barrett, Wm., gunner, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Barretto, A. L., (Barretto & Jackson) broker, Manila Barretto, L., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Barretto, J. A., Chaucery Lane

Barretto, L., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Manila

Barretto, L. L., lieutenant, National Batallion, Macao (absent)

Barretto, J. A., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Barretto, B. A., (B. A. Barretto & Co.) merchant, Manila

Barretto, E. M., (B. A. Barretto & Co.) merchant, and Italian consul, Manila

Barretto, L. F., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Barretto, J. A., Junr., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Barretto, L., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Barretto, L. A., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila

Barrie, W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Suminoye-maru, Tokio

Barrios, J., accountant, Banco Espanol Filipino, Manila

Barros, E., assistant clerk, Registrar's Office, Supreme Court

Barros, S., ensign of Police, Macno

Barros, D. de, acting first clerk, Colonial Secretary's office, Macao Barros, A. de, proprietor, Macao Dispensary, Macao

Barros,J. F. E., (B. de S. Fernandes) clerk, Macao

    Barros, F. J., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's road Barros, F. de P., carcereiro, Cadeia Publica, Macao Burros, G. A. de, (Alloin & Co.) clerk, Bangkok Barros, B. B. de, (Alloin & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Barry, W. W., paymast r, U.S.N., in charge Naval Depot, Nagasaki Barry, J. H., clerk) U.S. Naval Depot, Nagasaki

Bartenstein, F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Bartolini, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Bartolome, M., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Barton, ensign, French gunboat Lynx

Barton, G., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf & Co.) clerk, S ngapore

Barton, E., Captain, 27th Inniskillings

Barton, T. B., surgeon, P. & O. steamer Sunda

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Barton, Capt. E., assistant military secretary

Barton, Captain Z., British Government marine surveyor, Shanghai Bas, J., assistant, Governor's Office, Iloilo

Basa, R G. y, ayudante, floral department, Manila

Basagoiti, J. P. de, (Jamie & Burkhardt) merchant, Singapore

Baskes, P. H., storekeeper, Bangkok

Basoormanoff, N. K., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow Bastos, H. M. (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Bastos, A. J., junr., lawyer, Macao

Bastos, J. M. de C., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road Basuian, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Bataille, secretary to Privy Council, Saigon

Bataille, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bataille, chief surveyor, Saigon

Batará, M., (J. J. Reyes) clerk, Bohol, Philippines

    Batavus, E., (H. W. Hohnholz & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Batchelder, Capt. J. M., Foreign Concession, Tokio

Bateman, F., (Oriental Bank Corporation) clerk, Singapore Bates, Rev. J., missionary, Ningpo

Bathgate, J., (Bathgate & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Batlle, J., inspector of telegraphs, Manila

Baud, contractor, Saigon

Bandain, P., Maritime Customs, assistant examiner, Tamsui

Baudier, carpenter, Saigon

Baudran, Mme, (Baudran & Fargeot) dressmaker, Saigon

Bauermeister, A., (Behre & Co.) merchant, and Consul for Italy and Spain, Saigon Bauermeister, H., (Crasemann & Hagen) merchant, Chefoo

Baumann, A., (Sieber-Waser) merchant, Shanghai Bausano, E., medical practitioner, Manila

Bautista, P., (Loyzaga & Co.) assistant, Manila

Bautista, A. J., carriage keeper, Iloilo

Baux, G., special agent for P. & P. Derode frères, Canton

Bavier, Ernest de, (Bavier & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Bavier, Ed. S. de, (Bavier & Co.) merchant & con.-gen. for Denmark, Yokohama

Bavier, A. de, (Bavier & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Bawden, C. C. P., navigating lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lapwing

Baxter, A. G., Taku Pilot Co., Taku

Bay, clerk, Direcion of the Interior, Saigon

Bayfield, G., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Bayley, W. B., engineer, U S.S. Palos

Bayly, C. H., lieutenant, H.B.M, corvette Encounter

Bayly, G. J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Amoy

Bayne, W. G., agent, North China Insurance Company, Yokohama

Baynes, H. C. A,, lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Baynes, G., overseer of works, Surveyor-general's office

Bayo, M. L., engineer, Public Works department, Manila

Bazing, M., (C. & J. Trading & Co.) assistant, Yokokama

Beadon, R. J., barrister-at-law, and legal adviser to Home Department, Tokio

Béal, A., provicaire apostolique, French mission, Canton

Beale, J. E., overseer, Daily Press office

Beamont, J., provisor, ecclesiastical department, Manil

Bean, C., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Penang

Bean, W., merchant, Chinkiang

Beart, E., secretary, Hongkong Club

Beato, F., merchant, Yokohama

Beaton, K., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Beaton, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Beattie, J., storeman, H. M. Naval Yard

Beattie, Alex., acting chief engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lapwing Beattie, J., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Beatty, F. E., ensign, U.S.S. Palos

Beatty, Thos. E., (Kobe Iron Works) boilermaker, Hiogo Beauchef, P., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai Beaufort, de, clerk, Privy Council, Saigon

Beaugendre, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai Beaumont, A. C., (Stag Hotel) assistant, Queen's road Beauvisage, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Beazeley, M., Maritime Customs assistant lighthouse engineer, Amy Beck, M., assistant, Dock Company, Baugkok

Becker, H., auctioneer, Yokohama

Becker II, lieutenant, German corvette Luise

Beckhoff, Jas., overseer of roads, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Becks,, commander, German gunboat Wolf

Bécourt, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Beebe, C. G., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Beeke, M., secretary interpreter, German Consulate, Yokohama Beer, G. de, Hiogo

Beeton, P. F., mechanical engineer, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki Begg, C., medical practitioner, Hankow

Begin, colonel of the troops, Saigon

Begley, C. W., (Foochow Ice Co.) manager, Fouchow

Behncke, A., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapor

Behnke, H. A., Maritime Customs signalman, Taku

Behr, Meyer, (Katz Brothers) clerk, Singapore

Behr, Max, (Katz Brothers) clerk, Singapore

Beinet, A., counsellor-at-law, Osaka

Beins, M., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Singapore

Belbin, E., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai Béliard, E., Director of the Interior, Saigon.

Belilios, E. R., merchant, Lyndhurst terrace

Bell, L. K., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Bell, F. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Bell, G., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Hiroshima-maru, Tokio

Bellamy, T., railway engine driver, Yokohama

Bellamy, A., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.; clerk, Yokohama

Bellamy, E. A., (Austen & Co.) clerk, Iloilo, and consul for Brazil, Manila

Bellasis, H., (F. V. Dickins) solicitor, Yokohama

Belle, assistant treasurer, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Bellido, P., chief engineer, inspeccion de Montes, Manila

Bello, J. G., treasurer, sociedad economica, Manila

Bello, B. G., interventor, Tax department, Manila

Belogolovy, A. A., mercbant, Tientsin

Beltran, P. R., clerk, Peruvian Legation, Peking

Beltrão, I., boarding house keeper, Tauk lane

Bendemann, Captain-lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Bender, Rev. H., missionary, Basil Mission Chong-tshun

Bendicht, W., (W. Bendicht & Co.) storekeeper, d'Aguilar s.reet Benedetti, chief gaoler, Saigon

Benedict, Bro., assistant, West Point Reformatory

Benedicto, J., trader, Iloilo

Benedicto, E., trader, Iloilo

Benedictsen, T., mariner, Bangkok

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Bénézech, A., tavern keeper, Saigon

     Benham, A. E. K., captain, U.S.Š. Richmond Benitez, F., profesor de farmacia, University, Manila Benjamin, (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) agent, Chefoo Benjamin, B. D., merchant, Shanghai

Bennett, J. A., lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings Bennett, W. E., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Swinger

Bennett, C. C., (Mustard & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai

Bennett, W. R., bill and bullion broker, Yokohama

Benning, A. H., captain, steamer Powan, Hongkong & Canton Berning, T. T., captain, steamer Kiukiang, Canton river Benoist, P., storekeeper, Saigon

Bensheim, A., (Staehelin and Stahlknecht) clerk, Singapore Benson, P., third engineer, steamer Douglas, Coast Bentivegni, C. A. von, (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Praya Bentley, A. J. M., M.B.C.M., Singapore

Bentley, T., (Elles & Co.) assistant, Keelung

Bentran, S., professor of philosophy, University, Manila

Benzler, -,

sub lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

     Berg, A. E., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton Berger, E., Yokohama

Bergeu, Mrs., milliner, Hiogo

Bergmann, G., (J. Oppel) assistant, Manila

Berkeley, G. A., pilot, Bangkok

Berlioz, Rev., Roman Catholic Missionary, Tokio

Bernaejo, V. M., timber merchant, Iloilo

Bernard, Bro., Director St. Joseph's English College, Caine Road

Bernard, E., baker, Yokobama

Bernard, R. W., (E. E. Australasian & China Telegraph Co.) superdt., Singapore

Bernard, C., (W. R. Scott & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Bernard, G., bill and stock broker, Singapore

Bernard, C. B., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Berndsen, mariner, Bangkok

Bernhardt, R., constable, German consulate, Hiogo

Bernis, V., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila

Bernom, Rev. A., French missionary, Swatow

     Berre, first clerk, Direcion of the Interior, Saigon Berrick, G. B., (Berrick Brothers) stationer, Yokohama Berrick, J., (Berrick Brothers) stationer, Yokohama Berruete, R., contador, audit department, Manila

Berson, G. F., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Berteand, J., contractor, Saigon

Bertha, pilot, Haiphong

Berthelot, C., French Municipal police, Shanghai

Berthet, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Berthier, V., planter, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Bertin, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bertin d'Avesnes, administrador of native affairs, Saigon

Bertrand, retail deal r, Saigon

Bertrand, L., ("Sweetmeat Castle ") clerk, Shanghai

Besnard, commander, Du Couedic, Saigon

Bessac, B., second engineer, Chinese gunboat Tsing-po, West Coast

Bessard, F., commander, Chinese gunboat Ching-tsing, Canton

Best, C. H., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Tamsui

Bestide, H. de la. Maritime Customs assistant, Kiukiang

Bethom, T., acting third officer, P. & O. steamer Malacca

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Bettembourg, Rev. N., Procure des Lazaristes, Shanghai Betteridge, G., fitter, H.M. Naval Yard

Beukema, T. W., military hospital, Tokio

Beurmann, C., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Bevis, H. M., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Bewick, G., (Thompson & Bewick) ship chandler, Hakodate

Beyer, L., (E. Schellhass & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Praya Bezaure, Vte. G. de, interprete chancelier, French consulate, Foochow

Bézian, E., (Denis Frères) clerk, Saigon

Bezier, Thos., proprietor, "London Tavern," Nagasaki

Bhabha, S. B., ship broker, Elgin street

Bhaimeea, I., (Abdoolly Ebrahim & Co.) Gage street Bhasania, B. P., merchant, Canton

Biddle, assistant surgeon, U.S.S. Richmond

Bidwell, H. S., Shanghai

Bieber, Th., (J. Lembke & Co.) clerk, Club Chambers Bieber, Dr. E., German consul, Singapore

Bieg, F. C., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Alert

Biehl, J. C., (H. Sietas & Co.) storekeeper, Chefoo

Bielfeld, A., auctioneer and broker, Shanghai

Bielke, J. de, acting chancelier interpreter, French consulate, Shanghai

Biggleston, R. A., superintendent of works, Lighthouse Department, Yokohama

Bignold, W. L., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lapwing

Billequin, A., professor of chemistry, Peking

Billia, D. R., (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Bing, A. C., marine surveyor & pilot, Singapore

Bingham, Hon. J. A., United States Minister, Tokio

Bingham, T., foreman mechanic, Government railway service, Yokohama

Binos, J., precepteur, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

Birch, H., gunner, customs cruiser Shen-chi, Canton

Birchal, E. F., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Birck, (E. Wenmohs) tailor, Shanghai

Bird, S. G., (Wilson & Bird) architect, 2, Seymour Terrace

Bird, E. A., (Pratt, Bird & Co.) draper, Yokohama

Birt, A, E., third cfficer, P. & Ó. steamer China

Birt, W., (W. Birt & Co.) silk and commission merchant, Shanghai

Bisbee, A. M., divisional inspector and harbour master, Shanghai

Bischoff, J. J., merchant, Iloilo

Bischoff, J. S., (J. J. Bischoff & Co.) merchant, Iloilo

Bishop, F. C., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) manager, Singapore Bishop, Rev. C., missionary, Tokio

Bishop, Jas., paymaster's clerk, U.S.S. Alert

Bishop, R., first clerk, H.B.M.'s Court, Yokohama

Bishop, J. D., C.E., telegraph engineer, Shanghai

Bisset, J., merchant, Yokohama

Bissey, telegraphist, Saigon

Bizcarra y Lafuente, L., ayudaute, inspeccion de Montes, Manila

Bjurling, A., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Black, D. T., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shangbai

Black, (Poh Chin Soo's Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok

Black, A. F, (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Singapore

Black, A., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Black, R., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama Black, A., (Imperial Arsenal) engineer, Tientsin

Black, J. R., editor, Far East, Shanghai

Blackburne, J., chief officer, steamer Albay, Coast

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Blackert, H., sergeant, Municipal police, Hankow

Blackford, B. F., pilot, Newchwang

Blackmore, J., merchant, Hiogo

Blackmore, J. L., Maritime Customs assistant, Tamsui

Blackwell, A. H., manager, Japan Mail, Yokohama

Blackwell, R., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Blades, R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road Blain, John, (Blain & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Blaine, de, receiver Registry of Lands, Saigon

B air, E. T., (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Blair, John, assistant manager, Tanjong Pagar Dock Co., Singapore Blairval, A., (Bazar Francés storekeeper, Manila

Blaise, director of boys' public schools, Saigon

Blake, G. S., staff clerk, Brigade Office

Blakeley, Chas., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) clerk, Manila

Blakely, Rev. J. B., missionary, Foochow (absent)

Blakeway, Geo., (Jubin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Blakiston, T. W., (Blakiston, Marr & Co.) merchant, Hakodate

Blanc, F., ("Sweetmeat Castle ") cook, Shanghai

Blanc, E., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Yokohama

Blanchard, A., smith, H.M. Naval Yard

Blanchard, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Blanchard, H. M., (0. & O. S. S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Blanchet, Rev. C. T., missionary, Tokio

Blancheton, E., acting Fieuch Consul, Hankow

Blacco, J., medical practitioner, Manila

Blanco, Fr. M., R. cura parroco, Iloilo

Blanco, R., interpreter, Governor's office, Manila

Blancsubé, Jules, lawyer, Saigon

Bland, C. S., bill broker, Yokohama

Blandy, A. R., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Blankanheyen, L. C., (New Harbour Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Blankenagel, Rev. A., missionary, Canton

Blazac, de Jauffrau officer, d'adn inistration, French frigate Bourayne, Haiphong

Bleifus, R., (H. Grauert) clerk, Yokohaıra

Blesky, P., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Blethen, C. P., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai

Blethen, C., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai

Block, J. J., (H. Sietas & Co.) assistant, Chefoo

Blodget, Rev. Henry, D D., missionary, Peking

Blogg, J. A., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road

Blondel, ensign, French guuboat Lynx

Bloom, H., pilot, Bangkok

Blot, commander, guuboat Harpon, Saigon

Blow, H. McC., (P. L. Laen & Co.) storekeeper, Tientsin

Blumer, F., (Austin & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Bluntschli, G., (Lacroix Cousins & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Blustein, (Ogliastro & Blustien) Tamhoi, Saigon

Boad, W., pilot, Taku

Boag, T. L., (Hudson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Bobers, W. von, (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Bocquet, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bocquillon, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Boddy, R., head turnkey, Victoria Gaol

Boeddinghaus, C. E., (Boeddinghaus & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki Boehmer, L., Agricultural department, Tokio

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Boerner, G., (J. Oppel) assistant, Manila

Boffey, Wm., (Lane, Crawford & Co,) assistant, Queen's road Bogaardt, T. C., (Mansfield, Boggardt & Co.) merchant, Penang Bogel, F. N., (Mitsu Bishi S S. Co.) Tokio

Böger, H., (Kirchner & Böger) merchant, Shanghai Bohigas, J., (P. A. Veytia) assistant, Manila

Bohlens, W., (E. Stucken) assistant, Hiogo

Bohlschau, P., (Ed. Schellbass & Co.) clerk. Praya

Bohme, ., zahlmeister, German gunboat Albatross

Böhncke, A. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Anping, Formosa

Bohnen, C., (W. H. Aretz) clerk, Shanghai

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Bohr, Lieut. H. G. C., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) chief engineer, Shanghai (absent) Boilloux, chief registrar of lands, Saigon

Bois, J. C., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Bojesen, Lieut. C. C., (Gt. Nor, Telegraph Co.) electrician, Gutzlaff Station, Shanghai Bolens, W., merchant, Hiogo

Boleslawski, C. C. de, Austro-Hungarian consul, Shanghai

Boliard, E., director of the int.rior, Saigon

Boll, R., draper, Iloilo

Boll, R., "La Casa de Berlin," Manila

Bollhorst, H., (C. Heinszen & Co.) clerk, Manila

Bollon, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Bolmida, G., merchant, Yokohama

Bolster, G., staff surgeon, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Bolton, G., (C.M.S.N. Co.) marine surveyor, Shanghai

Bolton, F., (Ker & Co ) clerk, Manila

Bomanjee, F., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Bomonjee, P., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Bonabeau, J., (Messageries Maritimes) premier commissaire, Shanghai

Bonafous, M., (Oriental Hotel) assistant, Yokohama

Bond, C. W., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Bond, I. S., M.L.C., barrister-at-law, Singapore

Bondville, C. V., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Bonet, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Bonger, M. C., (Bonger Brothers) architect and surveyor, Hiogo

Bonger, W. C., (Bonger Brothers) architect and surveyor, Hiogo Bonnal, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bonneau, E., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Yokohama

Bonnefoy, commissioner, approvisonnements office, Saigon

Bonnet, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Bonneville, E., (Bangkok Saw Mill) proprietor, Bangkok (absent) Bono, J. V., trader, Iloilo

Bono, C. V., Maritime Customs examiner, Kiukiang

Bonteiller, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon Bonzerand, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Bookey, D. B., surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Frolic

Boom, F., sailmaker, U.S.S. Richmond

Booth, A. J., R. N., commander, Revenue steamer Ling Feng, Amoy

Booth, G., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Borchardt, F., (Gas Company) clerk, Shanghai

Borelle, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Bores, M., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Bornaud, C. E., watchmaker, Manila

Borrowdale, J. F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tamsui

   Borowitsky, F. A., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Bory, pastry baker, Saigon

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    Bose, C. W. B. von, (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton Bosse, second judge, tribunal of first instant, Saigon Bosustow, W., pilot, Singapore

Boswell, J., chief engineer, H.B.M. corvette Modeste Botado, A. A., college of Sta. Roza, Macao

Botelho, J., (Shanghai Mercury) compositor, Shanghai Botelho, Sa., arsenal foreman, Ordnance Store department Botelho, J. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Botelho, B. M., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Botelho, D. F., lightkeeper, Chapel Island lighthouse, Amoy Botelho, R. F., (China Traders' Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai Botelho, A. C., clerk, Harbour Master's office

Botelho, A. A., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Botelho, A. G., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Botelho, F. S., (Chinese Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road Botet, D., army medical department, Manila

Bottini, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Bottomley, C. D., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) merchant, Praya Bottu, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Bougeault, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Bouger, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang Bouillon, inspector of police, Saigon

Boulle, E., (Grand Hotel) barkeeper, Yokohama

Bourelle, Rev. F. A., Roman Catholic Missionary, Ngasaki Bourgarel, second commander, French corvette Champlain Bourgon, telegraph overseer, Saigon

Bourke, R., (R. Bourke & Co.) merchant, Hankow (absent) Bourne, F. S. A., student, British Legation, Peking

Bourne, Wm., (Bourne & Co.) public tea inspector, Yokohama Bousfield, B. J., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) tea inspector, Hankow Bousquet, Captain Du, first interpreter, French Legation, Tokio Boussac, Rev. J. M., French missionary, Swatow

Boutinière, E., (V. Roque) clerk, Saigon

Bouvet, Henri, Yokohama

Bovet, A., (Bovet Bros. & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Bowdler, E., assistant Surveyor-general

Bowen, E., superintendent, Sailors' Home, Shanghai

Bowers, S., merchant, Ningpo

Bowler, T. I., broker, Praya

Bowman, Jas., second constable, British consulate gaol, Shanghai

Bowman, A. R., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Boyd, M. W., (Chartered Bank) manager, Shanghai

Boyd, Jas., senior clerk Commissariat and Transport Department

Boyd, T., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

   Boyd, R. H., (National Bank of India) accountant, Queen's road Boyd, T. D., (Boyd & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Boye, R., chemist, Manila

Boyer, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Boyer, lieutenant, French gunboat Lynx

Boyer, chief of Marine Administrative Service, Saigon

Boyer, A., storekeeper, Haiphong

Boyol, H. V., (Brown & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Boyol, J. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Bozier, G., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki Brabo, R. N., judge of Binondo district, Manila Brackenridge, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Hankow

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Bradbery, E., deputy shipping master, marine Department, Singapore Bradbury, T. C., (Kobe Paper Mill) paper maker, Hiogo

Braddell, Hon. T., attorney general, Singapore

Braddon, H. W., clerk, H.B M. corvette Encounter

Braddon, H. E., broker, Hongkong Hotel

Bradfield, J., proprietor, Shanghai Medical Hall, Shanghai

Bradley, D. B., printer, and interpreter, Netherlands Consulate, Bangkok Brady, H. F., assistant, British Consulate, Hankow

   Braces, C., (Braees & Co.) merchant, and acting consul for Netherlands, Hiogo Braga, J., (Linstead & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Braga, V. E., (Goto Tankosha) bookkeeper, Nagasaki

Braga, F., baker, Yokohama

Bramann, M., (Möller & Meisner) assistant, Bangkok

Bramfitt, Rev. T., missionary, Hankow

Bramsen, W., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) freight manager, Tokio

Brand, Wm., (Brand Bros. & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Brand, E., pilot, Shanghai

Brand, D., (Brand Brothers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Brand, W., (Westall, Brand & Co.) public silk inspector, Shanghai Brandão, L., clerk, United Club, Macao

Brandão, A. J., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central Brandao, A. C., Macao

Brandão, A. J., secretary, Junta do Lançamento de Decimas, Macao Brandon, E. F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

Brandt, C., (Brau It & Co.) shipwright, West Point

Brandt, M. von, German Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking

Brandt, O., broker, Shanghai

Brandt, D., (D. Brandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore Bransen, E. J. W., clerk, immigration office, Penang Branquart, clerk, colonial treasury, Saigon Bransford, J. F., P.A. surgeon, U.S.S, Richmond Branzell, A., (V. Roque) agent in the interior, Saigon Brasier, P., (Messageries Maritimes) agent, Singapore Brauer, A. E., constable, river police, Shanghai Braun, R., lessee, Kowloon Hotel

Braune, -, surgeon, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Bray, W. H. K., acting gunner, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Bray, Roman Catholic bishop, Kiukiang (absent)

Braysher, C. Deighton, Harbour master, Newchwang

Bredon, R. E., chief secretary, Inspectorate of Customs, Peking

Breen, Thos, J., Deputy Inspector General, Naval Hospital

Breen, J., pilot and supplier of fresh water, Nagasaki

Breillet, manager, l'Indépendant de Saigon, Saigon

Bremner, J., paymaster, R.N., naval and victualling storekeeper, Naval Yard

Brena, P., comandante, Estado Mayor, Manila

Brenan, B., acting Chinese secretary, British Legation, Peking

Brenier de Montmorand, Vte., Minister for France, Peking (absent)

Brennan, W., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, Chinhai Station, Ningpo

Brennand, J., (Brennand & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Brenner, R., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Brennwald, C., (Siber & Brennwald) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Brent, W., (Browne & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Brent, A., (Hudson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Brereton, Rev., missionary, Peking

Brereton, J. G., medical practitioner, Chefoo

Brereton, W. H., (Brereton & Wotton) solicitor, &c, Queen's road

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Bret, J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Breton, surgeon, French frigate Bourayne, Haiphong Bretones, A. M. y, assistant, army administration, Manila Bretschneider, L., (Kiangnan Arsenal) drill instructor, Shanghai Bretschneider, E., M.D., physician, Russian Legation, Peking Brett, W. R., "Japan Dispensary," Yokohama Breuer, O., secretary, German Consulate, Bangkok Brewer, T., (Strachan & Thomas) cleik, Yokohama Brewer, W., (Kelly & Walsh) agent, Queen's road Brewer, Rev. J. W., missionary, Hankow

Brewitt, P., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya

Brianskih, J. N., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Bridge, G. E., fourth officer, P. & O. steamer Sunda

Bridger, M. L., lieutenant commanding, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Bridges, W. P., surgeon, Army Medical department

Bridgman, J. R., (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow Brière, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Brillet, professor, Saigon seminary, Saigon Brinckmann, H., (D. Brandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore Brindley, G. S., Engineering College, Tokio

   Brinkley, Lieut. F., R.A., Engineering College, Tokio Brinkworth, J. M. S., (Kelly & Co.) manager, Yokohama Brison, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Bristow, H. B., acting consul, British Consulate, Tientsiu Britanico, L., rice merchant, Iloilo

Britto, L. de, (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya Britto, C. A. de, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Canton

Britto, J. H., clerk, Post-office

Britto, J. L., proprietor, French Dispensary, Queen's road

Britto, A. de, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Brivac, sub-chief, Direction of the Interior. Saigon

Broadbent, J. F., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Brochdorf, H. J., Maritime Customs, tidewaiter, Amoy

Bröckelmann, J. R, (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

   Brockett, 'f., (Robertson & Co.) assistant, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow Brockett, G. F., proprietor, Foochow Hotel, Foochow

Brocq, telegraphist, Saigon

Broeschen, H., (Hecht, Lilienthall & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Brohart, J., surveyor of Public Works, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Bromlow, T. D'A., M.D., staff surgeon, H.M. corvette Charybdis

Brondeau, telegraphist, Saigon

Brooke, W. T., vice-consul for United States, Praya East

Brooke, A., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Brooke, J. H., Jr., (Japan Herald Otce) reporter, Yokohama

Brooke, J. H., proprietor and editor, Japan Herald, Yokohama

Brookes, Miss, (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Brooks, W., Agricultural department, Tokio

Broom, Aug., broker, Shanghai

Broome, T. J., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) merchant, Manila

Bröschen, H., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Brosse, B. de la, clerk of telegraph service, Saigon

Brotelaude, Rev. C. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Brou, telegraphist, Saigon

   Brough, J., third engineer, steamer A. Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Broumton, J. F., missionary, Kuei-yang

Brower, T. L., (Japan Safety Match Co.) manager, Yokohama

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Brown, Wm., boatswain, H.M. corvette Charybdis

Brown, H., engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Brown, A. R., marine adviser, Postal department, Tokio Brown, Geo., assistant, British Consulate, Swatow

Brown, K., chief officer, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong and Manila Brown, F. J., chief officer, lighthouse tender Meiji Maru, Yokohama Brown, G. W., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Alert

Brown, J. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet

    Brown, Ch., steward, "Hotel et Restaurant des Colonies," Shanghai Brown, T., (Kelly & Walsh) bookseller, &c., Shanghai

Brown, W., shipping superintendent, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki Brown, T. F., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet

Brown, C., overman, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki

Brown, G. H., (Brown & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Brown, Chas., (Kobe Iron Works) rigger, Hiogo

Brown, W. J., assistant paymaster, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

    Brown, W. J., assistant engineer, H. B.M.S. gun-vessel Fly Brown, J. L., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Brown, G. W., (Brown & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Brown, T. Marsh, deputy commissioner of customs, Canton (unattached) Brown, A. N., (Morris & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

Brown, Edward, auctioneer, Pakloi

Brown, J. W., (P.M.S.S. Co.), supt. of coalyard, Yokohama

Brown, J. McLeavy, statistical secretary, Maritime Customs, Shanghai Brown, Rev. S. R., D.D., missionary, Yokohama

Brown, Rev. N., D.D., missionary, Yokohama

Brown, Matthew, Junr., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Brown, F. C., (F. C. Brown & Co.) milliner, &c., Amoy

Browne, H. X., surgeon, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Browne, O. P., M.B., surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Browne, H. St. John, (Browne & Co.) merchant, and chairman Ch. of Commerce, Hiogo

Browning, H. E., third officer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Browning, L. O., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Brows, A. J., clerk, to British Admiral's Secretary

Bruce, J. M., assistant paymaster, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Bruce, F. W., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Bruce, R., constable, British consulate, Kiungchow

Bruce, R. J., (I. S. Bond) clerk, Singapore

Bruce, constable, British Legation, Peking

Bruce, J., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Bruce, R. H., (Tait & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Bruhn, L., mariner, Bangkok

Brull y Sinnes, A., sub-inspector, military engineering department, Manila

Brull, A., professor, Infantry Cadets' school, Manila

Brumell, J., clerk, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Brun, telegraphist, Saigon

Brun, H., farrier, Saigon

Brun, J., pilot, Ningpo

Brunner, J. G., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Brunt, G. H., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Bruse, A., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Brussel, J., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Bryan, S. M., director of Foreign Mails, Post office, Yokohama Bryant, P. C., second engineer, P. & O. steamer Sunda Bryant, N. E., (Knight, Bandinel & Co.) clerk, Newchwang Bryant, Rev. E., missionary, Hankow

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Bryner, J. A., (Vogel & Co.) silk inspector, Canton

Bryson, Rev. Thos., missionary, Wuchang

Buchanan, W., (J. P. Bisset & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Buchanan, G., proprietor, United Service Hotel, Singapore

Buchanan, Jas., (J. P. Bisset & Co.) land agent and broker, Shanghai

Buchholdt, L. P., mariner, Bangkok

Buckingham, B. H., lieutenant, U.S.S. Richmond

Buckley, C. B., (Rodyk & Davidson) managing clerk, Singapore Buckley, H. P., (R. Nichol) assistant, Shanghai

Budler, H., interpreter, German consulate, Amoy (absent) Bueler, G., (Kaltenbach, Fischer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Buil, E., telegraph clerk, Manila

Buison, F., professor, San Juan de Letram College, Manila Bulgin, Jas., assistant editor, Celestial Empire, Shanghai Buling, J., (Vano & Reyes) godown keeper, Cebu Bullock, T. L., acting British Consul, Chinkiang Bunbury, R. M., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Charybdis

Burchard, E., (Kirchner & Böger) clerk, Shanghai (absent) Burchard, M., (Simon, Evers & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Burchardi, F. A., merchant, Shanghai

Burd, G. E., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Alert

Burdis, G. S., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) Yokohama

Burdon, Right Rev. J. S., D.D., Bishop of the Diocese

Burge, F. J., medical practitioner, Shanghai

Burger, Oscar, chemist, Cebu

Burghignoli, Very Rev. G., pro-vicar apostolic, Wellington street

Burgoyne, J. W. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Burjorjee, Dadabhoy, broker, Shanghai

Burke, J. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Burke, J., M.D., surgeon to British consulate, &c., Manila

Burke, R., civil doctor, Manila

Burkhardt, E., (Jamie & Burkhardt) merchant, Singapore

Burkill, A. R., public silk inspector, Shanghai

Burkinshaw, J., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) attorney, Singapore

Burls, J. S., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Foochow

Burman, A., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Burmeister, Email, (Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Burmeister, Ed., (Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Burnett, R. B., (Colliery, Engineering and Mining Co.) mining engineer, Tientsin Burnett, Robert, agent National Bible Society of Scotland, Ichang

Burnett, J. H., Maritime Customs examiner, Wenchow

Burnie, Ed., marine surveyor, Club Chambers

Burno, Rev. G., Koman Catholic missionary, Amoy

Burns, B. H., (Oriental Bank) acting accountant, Shangbai

Burns, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Burr, H. G., engineer, H B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Barrell, T., (Martin & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Burridge, G. J., (E. E. Aust. & China Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

Burridge, C., clerk, H.B.M. victualling yard, Yokohamna

Burrows, A., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Burrows, W., superintendent, Pilot Association, Singapore

Burrows, T. D., Maritime Customs examiner, Hankow Busch, H., (Simon, Evers & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Busch, H., (Möller & Meisner) shipchandler, Bangkok Buschmann, J., pilot, Amoy

Buschmann, R., (E. Schellhass & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

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Buse, J., (F. Peil) clerk, Shanghai

Bush, J., storekeeper, Hiogo

Bush, Henry E., (Bush Brothers) merchant, Newchwang

Bush, L. L., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Fraya

Bush, Capt. John, Harbour master, and managing director of Dock Co., Bangkok Bush, F. D., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Bushell, S. W., M.D., surgeon to British Legation, Peking

Bustins, V., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Busto, M. del, inspector, Intendancia de Hacienda, Manila

Butcher, Very Rev. C. H., D.D., dean of the Cathedral, British consular chaplain, S'hai Buthmann, mariner, Bangkok

Butler, T., (Chapman, King & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Butler, Rev. John, missionary, Ningpo

Butt, G. W., (Hongkong & Shangbai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Butterwegge,., zablmeister, German corvette Luise

Butzow, H. E., E. de, Russian Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking (absent)

Bux, S. E., (D. Nowrojee) assistant, Queen's road

Buxoo, M., steam launch Morning Star

Buyers, J. C., (Buyers & Robb) shipwright, Singapore

Byramjee, R., (Sorabjee Mancherjee & Co.) merchant

Byramjee, Bomanjee, broker, Hollywood road

Byres, G. M., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Byrne, E., broker and marine surveyor, Hiogo

Byrne, E., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

    Byron, C. E., assist. paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel Byworth, D. C., Maritime Customs examiner, Canton

Byworth, L. A., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Caballero, F., assistant, public works department, Manila

Caballero, F., teniente-coronel military engineering department, Manila Cabany, naval architect, French friate Armide

Cabeldu, P. S., merchant tailor, &c., Hiogo

Cabral, J. A. R., professor of Portuguese, St. Joseph's College, Macao Cacho, F., sub-delegado de farmacia, Iloilo

Cadarzo, L., ayudante mayor, Arsenal, Manila

Cadell, W. A., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Singapore

Cadell, G. E. A., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Cadet, E., (Société de Commissions &c.) agent opium farm, Pnom-penh, Cambodia Cadenas, A. C. y, assistant, floral department, Manila Cadonau, A., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Cairns, J., (Patrew St am Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok Cairns, R. H., marine surveyor, Club Chambers (absent) Cajigas, J. de las, (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) clerk, Manila Calame, C., (F. Engler & Co.) clerk, Saigon

     Caldbeck, E. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Caldeira, M. d'A., teacher St. Joseph's Coll ge, Macao Caldeira, F. M. d' A., secretary St. Joseph's College, Macao Calder, J., commander, Chinese gunboat Sui-tsing, Canton Calderon, F., contador, tribunal de Cuentas, Manila Caldwell, C. F., Hollywood roa!

Caldwell, D. E., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road Caldwell, G. A., Hollywood Road

Calero, F., Bazar Japones, Manila

Callaço, A., (Moulle & Co.) assistant, Amoy

Callender, A. F., mate, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Calpe, N., ecclesiastical department, Manila

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Calver, E. V., Maritime Customs tidowaiter, Amoy

Calvo, comisario de guerra, Manila

Camajee, H. D., (D. N. Camajee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Camajee, D. N., (D. N. Camajee & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Camara, M., inspeccion de obras publicas, Iloilo

Camara, A. de la, engineer, Public works department, Manila Camara, M. de, assistant, Public works department, Manila Camazon, V. S., comandante of cavalry, Manila

Cameron, John, (Cameron, Dunlop & Co.) merchant, Singapore Cameron, J., inspector of police

Cameron, H., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Cameron, Ewen, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) manager, Shanghai

Camp, W. de la, (Pickenpack, Thies & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Campbell, R. M., (Agra Bank) acting accountant, Shanghai

Campbell, C. H., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Campbell, T., engine driver, Hongkong Fire Brigade

Campbell, J. P., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore Campbell, Alexander, merchant, Kiukiang

Campbell, J., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Frolic

Campbell, Jno., chief engineer, lighthouse tender Meiji Maru, Yokohama Campbell, R., M. L. C., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Campbell, D. C, pilot, Shanghai

Campbell, Rev. Wm., missionary, Taiwan (absent)

Campbell, T. M., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo

Campbell, S., Maritime Customs assistant, Wenchow

Campbell, P., (Campbell & Co.) shipchandler, Swatow

Campion, J. H. F., clerk, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel Campos, J. M., foreman, Ordnance Store Department

Campos, J. P., proprietor, Macao Hotel, Macao

Campos, A. H. de, mariner, Bangkok

Campos, L. P., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Praya

Campos, E. P., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Praya

Campos, B. P., (Noronha & Co.) foreman, Zetland street

Campos, F. N. de, (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Shanghai

Camran, Chas., proprietor, "Union Hotel," Whampoa

Canal, clerk to registrar of Courts of Appeal and first instance, Saigon

Cance, W., (Little & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Candau, V., (V. Roque) clerk, Saigon

Candelas, J. A., civil doctor, and health officer of port, Manila

Caneiro, J. L., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Canha, F. da, hairdresser, Hiogo

Canizares, E., medical subinspector to the Army, Manila

Cann, T., M. D., staff surgeon, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Cann, J. J., auctioneer, and agent for Reuter's Telegram Co., Hiogo Canning, W., third engineer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Cano, F., gefe de negociado, contaduria general, Manila

Cano, R. B. y, assistant, army administration, Cebu

Cano de Urquiza, S., administrador de Hacienda Publica, Iloilo

Cano, C., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Cano, M., colonel, military engineer department, Manila

Cantillo, J. G., telegraph official, Manila

Capdevila, M. A., hotel keeper, Iloilo

Cape, Thos., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Capel, Rev. A., missionary, Chefoo

Capelle,, sub-lieutenant, German corvette Luise

Caraman, F. T., cotton planter, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

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'FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Carapiet, M. J., merchant, Singapore

Carasusan, J. R., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Carballo, J., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) clerk, Manila

Carbonell, J., surgeon major, Army Medical department, Manila Carcano, S., consul for Italy, Yokohama

Cardell, J., profesor de derecho civil, University, Manila

Cardi, J., medical practitioner, Saigon

Cardoso, A., assistant, Hiogo News office, Hiogo

Cardwell, J. E., missionary, Kiukiang

Caré, D., baker, Shanghai

Carey, W., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Comus

Carey, W. M., lieutenant and commander, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Cargill, T., engineer to municipality, Singapore

Carl, A., (A. Markwald & Co.'s rice mill) engineer, Bangkok

Carlabilarte, M., (Aldecoa & Co.) clerk, Manila

Carles, pilot, Saigon

Carlill, A. J. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Carlos, S. A., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila

Carlos, B., pilot, Newchwang

    Carlson, F., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Woosung Station, Shanghai Carlson, W., acting first berthing officer, Harbour Master's office, Shanghai Carmichael, A., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Carneiro, A., (A. R. Marty) assistant, Queen's road

Carneiro, J., ward-master, Civil Hospital

Carnie, F., commission agent, Chinkiang

Caro, R., telegraph official, Manila

Caron, naval cadet, French corvette Kerguelen

Carr, N. E., captain, 27th Inniskillings

Carr, R. P., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Shanghai

Carr, W. H., assistant, Imperial Japanese postal agency, Shanghai

Carr, S. R., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Carr, R. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Carrall, J. W., Maritime Customs assistant, Tientsin

Carranza, J., assistant, captain of the port's office, Manila

Carreras, G., judge of Tondo district, Manila

Carrew, H. J., captain, Mitsn Bishi str. Genrio-maru

Carrier, de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Carrimahomed, S., (H. A. Esmail & Co.) assistant, Hollywood road

Carroll, J., master of navigation school, Imperial Arsenal, Foochow

Carroll, A., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Carroll, J., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Carrow, W. G., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Carrow, F., M.D., medical practitioner, Canton

Carson, Rev. J., missionary, Newchwang

Carst, Captain Jan, Yokohama

Carter, J. P., carpenter, U.S.S. Richmond

Carter, A. W., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Carter, W. H., (Carter & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Cartman, F. A., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Cartwright, W., Maritime Customs commissioner, unattached

Carvajal, J. G., assistant, Custom house, Manila

Carvajal, J., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk and secretary, Swedish consulate, Manila Carvajal, J. G., assistant, audit department, Manila

Carvalho, F., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Carvalho, E. A. de, (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Carvalho, J. J. dos P., clerk, Colonial Secretary's Office, Macao

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Carvalho, J. H. de, member of Council of Province, Macao Carvalho, F. B. de, medical practitioner, Macao

Carvalho, Rev. A. L. de, archdeacon, Macao

Carvalho, C. C., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road Carvalho, L. F., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Carvalho, J. A. de, first clerk and cashier, Colonial Treasury Carvalho, M. de, (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Carvalho, P. M. de, (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Carvalho, M. A. de, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai Cary, A. G., captain, steamer Kinshan, Macao

Casademunt, F., secretary, Public Works department, Manila Casamor, L., abogado fiscal, real audiencia, Manila

Casaus, D., Governor-general's office, Manila

Cascawosa, R., inspector, administration colecciones y labores, Manila Case, A. L., ensign, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Cashin, J. W., (E. Koek) clerk, Singapore Cass, R., captain, steamer Ningpo, Coast Cass, F., (Elles & Co) clerk, Tamsui

Cass, J. Gratton, (Elles & Co.) merchant, Amoy Cassumally, Anverally, merchant, Wellington street

Cassumbhoy, S., (E. Cassumbhoy) furniture dealer, Wellington street Cassumbhoy, E., furniture dealer, Wellington street Castaing, clerk in charge immigration office, Saigon

Castan, J., surgeon, Army Medical department, Manila Castell, M. P. assistant, army administration, Manila Castello, captain, Maestranza de Artillaria, Manila

Castello, L., president of the Tribunal de Cuentas, Manila (absent) Castellote, R., magistrate, Manila

Castera, pilot, Saigon

Castilho, M. V. de, contador, Revenne department, Macao

Castillo y Frigueros, chargé d'Affaires, Spanish Legation, Tokio Castillo, restaurant keeper, Manila

Castillo, S. P. de, purser, receiving ship Emily Jane, Shanghai Castle, W. C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tientsin

Castro, G., habilitado, comandancia de provincia, Iloilo Castro y Graño, J., ayudante, cuerpo de carabineros, Iloilo Castro, L., surgeon major, Army Medical department, Manila Castro, G. B. A., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Castro, C. C. de, Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Tientsin Caswell, W., "La Case de Berlin," Manila

Catalina, E., magistrate, Manila

Cathcart, W. L., assistant engineer, U.S.S. Richmond

Catoire, A., shipwright and timber merchant, Saigon

Cattenburch, H. W. C. van, assistant, Netherlands Trading Society, Yokohama

Cauden, Lt. A. R., executive officer, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Caudrelier, L., storekeeper, Yokohama

Caufield, N. C., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Cawasjee, E., (Cawasjee Palianjee & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst terrace

Cawasjee, Framjee, (D. D. Ollia & Co.) merchant and commission agent, Foochow

Cawasjee, S., (Hongkong Hotel) assistant, Queen's road

Cayeux, A., (Grand Hotel) assistant, Yokocama

Cayon, sub-chief, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Cazalas, J. B., manager, Tempeins Estate, Singapore

Cazalas, J. M., (J. M. Cazales & Sons) engineer, Singapore Cazeau, retail dealer, Saigon.

Cécillon, M., telegraphist, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Celis, M. de, (R. de la Vara & Co.) assistant, Manila

Cembrano, J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Centeno, J., inspector of mines, Manila

Center, A., (0. & U.S.S. Co.) agent, Yokohama

Cercal, Baron de, (De Mello & Co.) merchant, & consul for Italy &c., Macao Cereso, A., dentist, Manila

Cespedes, L., architect, Public Works department, Manila

Chaalons, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Chagas, M. J., inspector of cargo boats and junks, Harbour Master's department Chagas, F. X. das, clerk, Surveyor-general's office

Chagas, J. N. das, Macao

Challons, A., foreman mechanic, railway service, Yokohama

Chalmers, W. B., (Chalmers, Mackintosh & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai Chalmers, J. L., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton

Chalmers, Rev. J., L.L.D., minister, Union Chapel

Chamberlain, C., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Chamberlain, B. H., instructor, Naval College, Tokio

Chambers, C., third engineer, steamer Danube, Hongkong and Bangkok

Chambers, J., resident engineer, railwav service, Kobe

Chambers, H. J., (J. Forster & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Chamonard, H., (L. Gouillond) clerk, Shanghai

Champeaux, G. de, agent Messageries Maritimes, Prava central

Champeaux, de, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Champfen, V. de, ensign, French corvette Kergulen

Champromain, H. Maignan, French postmaster, Shanghai

Chanavat, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Chandler, Rev. D. W., missionary, Foochow Chandlin, Rev. G. T., missionary, Tientsin

Chanseaux, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Chantler, J., storekeeper, P. & O. steamer Malacca Chape, G., (Kelly & Walsh) assistant, Queen's road Chapin, Rev. L. D., missionary, Tung-chau

Chaplin, W. S., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Chapius, Rev. H., French Catholic Mission, Singapore Chapman, E. P., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie Chapmen, J., lightkeeper. Turnabout Lighthouse, Amoy Chariot, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Charleson, G., light-keeper, Public Works department, Yokohama Charlesworth, G., (Kelly & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Charley, J. F. W., lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings

Charrier, A., proprietor, French Livery stables, Shanghai

Charrier, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Chartin, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Chise, H. G. O., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Chassignol, A., (Ù. Pila & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Chastel, Ed., wine merchant, Queen's road

    Chaster, J. W., assistant paymaster, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Chater, C. P., bill and bullion broker, Bank Buildings Chater, J. T., share broker, Bank Buildings

Chatron, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Hiogo Chaumet, B. M., French missionary, Hatsakè, Siam Chaumont, M., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Chaumont, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Chausse, Aug., missionary, Swatow

Chavassieux, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Chechmaroff, N. P., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) agent, Kalgan

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Cheetham, J, C., captain, Mitsu Bishi barque Kunokuni-maru

Cheetham, J. F., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Chenoweth, R., second officer, Customs revenue cruiser Kua-hsing, Shanghai Cheshire, F. D., vice-consul and interpreter, U.S. Consulate, Canton

Chesney, J. H., chief engineer, steamer Kinshan, Hongkong and Canton Chevallier, B. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Chevrier, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Cheyne, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Chibras, J. S. y, assistant, army administration, Manila

Chicote, J., army medical department, Manila

   Child, Thos., gas engineer, Maritime Customs, Peking Chinchon, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Takao Chiney, G., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Haiphong Ching, Lawrence, commander, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Chipp, W. H., boatswain's mate, Naval College, Tokio Chirkoff, S. A., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow Chit, F., photographer, Bangkok

   Chivers, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Paknam, Bangkok Chomley, F., (Brown & Co.) merchant, Amoy

   Chopard, H D., clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore Chophard, H. A., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Chrisman, W. O., assistant engineer, U.S.S. Monocacy

   Christensen, J. C., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) bargekeeper, Nagasaki Christensen, A. F., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Wukanoura-maru, Tokio Christensen, T. A., captain, Mitsu Bishi st. barque Kozaki-maru, Nagasaki Christians, J. H., pilot, Bangkok

Christiansen, B. F., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai Christie, J., chief engineer, steamer Ichang, Hongkong and Canton Christiernsson, Dr. B, vice-consul for Sweden and Norway, Shanghai Christy, W., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Churchill, C. E., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Churruca, A. de, captain of the port, Manila

Chuttoo, C., (R. Alladinbhoy) manager, Hollywood road

Cicé, deputy attorney-general, Saigon

Ciceri, Rev., Roman Catholic Missionary, Kiukiang

Cienfuegos, J., professor, San Juan de Letram College, Manila

Cinatti, D., assistant harbour master, Macao

Cipuentes, A., captain of the port, Iloilo

Circulado, E., (J. J. Reyes) godown keeper, Manila

Ciria, M. (J. Mestres) assistant, Manila

Civer, V., telegraph clerk, Manila

Clanchy, A., captain, steamer Danube, Bangkok

Claridge, J. W., engineer, Naval department, Tokio

Clark, W. E., chief officer, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton

Clark, Lt.-comdr. L., executive officer U.S.S. Richmond

Clark, W. E., (Langfiellt & Mayers) clerk, Yokohama

Clark, Rev. C., chaplain, Royal Naval Hospital and receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Clark, D., postmaster, Imperial Japanese Post-office, Nagasaki

Clark, C. B., surveyor, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Clark, J. D., (Lösch & Fairless) clerk, Shanghai

Clarke, R. E., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Clarke, S. R., missionary, Chung-king

Clarke, R. F. N., assistant commissary, Ordnance Store Department

Clarke, W., Jr., chief engineer, steamer Douglas, Coast

Clarke, G., (John Little & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Clarke, F. S., (Borneo Co.) acting manager, Bangkok

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Clarke, C. C., Maritime Customs assistant, Wuha

Clarke, W. J., (Fergusson & Co.) merchant, and Vice-consul for Denmark, Chefoo

Clarke, Robt., bread and biscuit baker, Yokohama

Clarke, B. A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Clarke, G., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, Hankow

Clark-Kennedy, A. C., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Clason, W. P., master, U.S.S. Alert

Clay, Lieut. G. G., navigator, U.S.S. Monocacy Clayson, F., Maritime Customs assistant, Amoy Clayson, W. H., deputy commissioner of customs, Canton Cleave, S. W., (Watson, Cleave & Co.) chemist, Shangbai

Cleaver, J., chief inspector of nuisances

   Clement, C., second commissaire, French Consulate, Shanghai Clemente, M., racionero, ecclesiastical department, Manila (absent) Clemente, M., (Garchitorena & Smith) assistant, Manila

Cléonie, clerk to registrar of Courts of Appeal and first instance, Saigon Clerc, P., com. of archives and library, Direction of the Interior, Saigon Clerebew, J., quartermaster in charge, Customs cruiser Hua Shan, Canton Cleveland, H. F., captain, H B.M.S. Iron Duke

Clibborn, Jas. B., surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Comus Clifford, W. W., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Clifton, A. S. T., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Climent, J., secretary, ecclesiastical department, Iloilo

Climent, R., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Clipperton, H., (Eastern Ext., Aust., & China Tele. Co.) clerk, Singapore

Clodd, W. E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow Clode, A. J., reporter, Japan Gazette office, Yokohama

Clough, B., Upper Yangtsze Pilot, Shanghai

Clouth, C., M.D., medical practitioner, Castle road

Clow, G. J., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunboat Foxhound Clunis, J., civil architect, Bangkok

Clyatt, W. B., (Clyatt & Co.) storekeeper, Newchwang

Clyma, H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Coates, M., staff surgeon, H.B. M. corvette Encounter

Cobden, C. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Cochet, commander, gunboat Yatagan, Saigon

Cock, Sergt. W., foreman of works, Royal Engineer department Cockburn, Rev. Geo., M.A., missionary, Ichang

Cocker, T. E., captain, Revenue cruiser Feihoo, Swatow

Cocking, S., Jr, (Cocking & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Codino, E., fiscal, apostadero, Manila

Coffey, F., captain, 27th Inniskillings

Coffin, J. A., (Hedge & Co.) assistant, Foochow

Coffin, F. M., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Cohen, A. S., broker, Lyndhurst ierrace

Cohen, C. C., broker, Queen's road

Cohen, H., broker, Queen's road

Coit, F., (Coit & Co) merchant, Ningpo

Cojondassany, bailiff, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Coker, Lieut. J. A. L., R. A.

Colaham, C. E., lieutenant, U.S.S. Monocacy

Colas, J., carpenter, Saigon

Colding, L., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Cole, Thos., head turnkey, Victoria Gaol

Cole, W. V., midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Cole, A. H. L., editor, Japan Mail, Yokohama

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Cole, C., (Purdon & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Coleman, W. C., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Coleman, W., assistant engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hart

Coles, Geo., clerk, Royal Naval Hospital

Collaço, V. A. P., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Collaço, J. M., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Collaço, F. C., in charge of signal station, Victoria Peak

Collaço, L., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central

Collaço, J. J., inspector of cargo boats & junks, Harbour Master's department Collaço, F. X., retired major, Macao

Collard, W., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Collas,, sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Wolf

Collin de Planey, V., student interpreter, French Legation, Peking

Collingwood, G., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila

Collins, W., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore

Collins, Jas., boatswain, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Collins, G. W., (Geo. W. Collins & Co.) storekeeper, Tientsin

    Collins, Rev. W. H., missionary, and chaplain, British Legation, Peking Collins, H., foreman, Japan Mail office, Yokohama

    Collis, J. P. (E. E., Australasia & China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Saigon Collyer, J. J. E, exchange market, Yokohama

Colmenares, D., first auditor del apostadero, Manila

Colomb, J., foreman mechanic, Government railway service, Yokohama Colomb, J., (J. Colomb & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Colomb, P., (J. Colomb & Co.) merchant, Yokohama. Colombert, Monseigneur, bishop of Samosate, Saigon Colombet, E. A., French missionary, Bangkok Colomer, Rev. R., Roman Catholic missionary, Amoy Colomo, J., sub-inspector, Army department, Manila Colpe, C., (Wieler & Co.) clerk, Praya

Colquhoun, W., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Cebu

Colson, E. N., secretary to the bishop, Saigon

Colston, W., overseer of works, Surveyor-general's office

Combes, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic Mission, Ba-num, Cambodia

Combulazier, telegraphist, Saigon

Comins, C., (Little & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Compton, J., constable, British Consulate, Ning o

Compton, J., proprietor, "N. C. Livery Stables," Shanghai

Conca, V., secrelario, Apostadero, Manila

Conceição, J., ("Hotel de l'Europe") assistant, Singapore

    Conceico, C. J., (E. E. Aust. China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore Conception, mariner, Bangkok

Conejos, M., fiscal, Juzgado de Guerra, Manila

Conighi, A. G., consul for Austria-Hungary, Singapore (absent)

Conil, A., (Messageries Maritimes) agent, Yokohama

Constantin, E, (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Haiphong

Constantine, V., chef, Hermitage Hotel, Shangbai

Consterdine, H., navy contractor and storekeeper, Chefoo

Conto, P., almozarifado de guerra, Macao

Contreras, F, aide-de-camp to Governor, Manila

Conui, I., proprietor, Hope & Charity coal mines, Cebu

Cook, J., proprietor, Stag Hotel, Queen's road

Cook, Henry, shipbuilder, Yokohama

Cook, R. H., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Cook, H. L., newsagent, Yokohama

Cook, Mrs. D., milliner, Yokohama

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Cook, M. H., sail maker, Shanghai (absent)

Cooke, G. H., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Cooke, R., (H.K. & W. Dock Co.) manager, Patent Slip, West point

Cooke, J. E., Genl., Anglo-Chinese Force, cont. of police & magistrate, Ningpo Coolican, J. S., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Cooper, F., fourth engineer, P. & Ó. steamer China Cooper, C. J., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Cooper, J., (Cumine & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Cooper, F. P., (Bush Brothers) clerk, Newchwang Cooper, H., (Associated Wharves) assistant, Shanghai Cooper, William, boatswain, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Cooper, R., engineer, tugboat association, Shanghai

Cooper, H. N., (H. N. Cooper & Co.) merchant, Pottinger street and Canton

Cooper, Rev. W. B., missionary, Tokio (absent)

Cooper, W. M., British consul, and consul for Denmark and Austro-Hungary, Ningpo

Coote, Robert, C. B., vice-admiral commanding, H.B.M.'s Naval Forces, China Station Cooverjee, H., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst terrace

Cope, F. A., auctioneer, Yokohama

  Cope, A. E., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) sub-accountant, Queen's road Copeland, W., "Spring Valley Brewery," Yokohama

Copp, Alfred, missionary, Ichang

Coqset, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Coque, engineer, Société Agricole, &c., Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Corbach, W. van, Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Corbalan, A. M., secretary to Civil Governor, Manila

Corbett, Rev. H., missionary, Chefoo

Corcoran, J., inspector of police, Central station

Cordeiro, P. A., (E. E. Anst. & China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Cordeiro, L. M., (Crane Bros.) assistant, Singapore

Cordeiro, M., boatswain, Harbour department, Macao

Cordeiro, J. A, (H.K. C. & M. S. B. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Cordeiro, R. E., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Singapore

Cordeiro, P., compositor, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai Cordeiro, A. A., (Typographia Mercantil) conpositor, Macao Cordeiro, L. J., porter, St. Michael's public cemetery, Macao Cordeiro, A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Corder, G. A., second engineer, revenue cruiser, Fei-hoo, Swatow Cordes, commander gunboat Javeline, Saigon

Cordier, Rev. Fr., missionary, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Cording, E. C., student interpreter, British consulate, Bangkok

Cordova, J., assistant, custom house, Manila

Coreil, commander gunboat Sagaie, Saigon

Cork, T. F., (I. S. Bond) managing clerk, Singapore

Cormack, J., second lieutenant, Chinese ganboat An-lan, Canton

Cornabé, W. A., (Cornabé & Co.) merchant, Chefoo (absent)

Cornand, plumber and tinman, Saigon

Cornelius, B. M., clerk, Straits Times office, Singapore

Cornelius, J. M. L., (McAlister & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Cornelli, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pagoda Auchorage, Foochow

Corner, A., com. agent, and sec. Chamber of Commerce, Amoy

Corner, G. R., acct., sec. Ch. of Commerce, and agent Reuter's Telegram Co., Shanghai

Cornish, G. S., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Cornu, Albert, (W. G. Hale & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Corral, D., professor of medicine, University, Manila

Corre, Rev. J. M., Röman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki Correa, "La Puerta del Sol," assistant, Iloilo

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

    Correa, A. J., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Correia, J. L., continuo, revenue department, Macao Correll, Rev. I. H., missionary, Yokohama

Corroy, acting director of botanical gardens, Saigon Cortego, C., trader, Iloilo

Cortella, Rev. F. X., vicar of St. Laurence's church, Macao Cortes, L. R. y, assistant, army administration, Manila Corveth, C. C., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central Corveth, C., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central Cory, J. M., (Kidner & Cory) architect, Shanghai Cosieng, J., interpreter, Spanish Consulate, Amoy

Costa, J. P. da, clerk, Colonial Treasury

Costa, R. Q. da, (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Costa, C. O. L. da, lieutenant, Military Battalion, Macao

Costa, H. A. F. da, aide-de-camp to Governor, Macao

Costa, H. A. F. da, clerk, military department, Colonial Secretary's office, Macao Costa, José, telegraph clerk, Manila

Costa, J. da, in charge of steamer Spark

Costa, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Costa, J. C. da, compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai

Costa, F. G. da, (De Souza & Co.)' foreman printer, Wellington Street

Costa, A. P. da, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Costa, D. A. da, marine officer, Post-office

Costa, P. A. da, (H'kong, Canton and Macao Steamboat Co.) secretary, Queen's road Costa, J. P. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Costa, L. da, (Typographia Mercantil) foreman, Macao

Costa, G. G. da, Celestial Empire Office, compositor, Shanghai

Costa, J. M. da, clerk and notary public, Macao

Costa, B., captain, river steamer Tonquin, Haiphong

Costeker, J., (Luchsinger & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Costet, naval cadet, French frigate Armide

Costoza, C., interventor aporador, commission de Acopios de Tabaco, Iloilo

Cotewall, H. R., (Tata & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road

Coton, C., assistant, public works department, Manila

Cotta, R., de, (Eastern Extension, Aust., & China Tele. Co.) assistant, Singapore

Cottam, J. P., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Cottell, C., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) sub-accountant, Queen's road

Cottle, Thos., store-issuer, H.B.M. Naval Yard, Shanghai

Cotton, E. A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Couder, J., French Bakery, Nagasaki

Coughtrie, J. B., (China Fire Insurance Company) secretary, Queen's road

Courage, G. M., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Coursieres, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Courtade, P., (Société de Commissions, &c.) assistant, Cambodia

Courtau, A., Maritime Customs assistant, Anping, Formosa

Cousin, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka

Cousing, V., trader, Iloilo

Cousins, A. W. V., Registrar General and coroner, Singapore Cousins, E., (Fergusson & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Coutel, (Drell & Coutel) contractor, Saigon

Couto, E. J. de, (Jardine, Matheson & Co) clerk, Shanghai

Couturier, sub-lieutenant, Du Couedic, Saigon

Couvreur, Rev. F., Roman Catholic Church, Hongkew, Shanghai Couvreur, Rev, N., vice-procureur, French Mission, Staunton street Coveney, W., manager, fitting department of Gas Co., Singapore Covil, T., (Boyd & Co.) tea inspector, Amoy

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Cowan, D., (Kiangnan Arsenal) overseer, gun manufactory, Shanghai

Cowasjee, H., merchant, Canton

Cowasjee, H., (D. Nowrojee) clerk, Queen's road

Cowderoy, J. J., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Cowie, F., English interpreter, Saigon

Cowles, W. S., lieutenant, navigator, U.S.S. Monocacy Cox, W. D., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio Cox, R. C. C., second lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings Cox, D. S., (W. Birt & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Cox, R. L., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Singapore Cox, G. C., sub-editor, Daily Press office

Cox, J. H. (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Cox, John S., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's road

Coxon, A., bill and bullion broker, and consul for Belgium, Seymour terrace Cozic, assistant chief of the cabinet, Governor's office, Saigon

Cozon, J., (Lacroix Cousins & Co.) Canton

Crack, John, sergeant, British Legation Escort, Peking (absent)

Cradock, J., inspector of police, Central station

Craig, R., (Bonstead & Co,) clerk, Singapore

Craig, Siamese Navy, Bangkok

Craig, Robt., (Craig & Co.) merchant, Swatow Crane, H. A., (Crane Bros.) assistant, Singapore

Crane, C. E., (Crane Bros.) auctioneer, Singapore

Crane, W. A., pianoforte tuner, Yokohama

Cranston, D., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Crasemann, E., (Crasemann & Hagen) merchant, Chefoo Craven, T., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Crawford,, agricultural department, Tokio

Crawford, R., chief officer, steaner Ichang, Hongkong and Canton

Crawford, A., chief engineer, C. M. Co.'s steamer Newchwang, Coast

Crawford, R., chief officer, steamer Diamante

Crawford, C. R., (Eastern Extension Telegraph Co.) assistant, Singapore Crawford, D. R., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's road

Crawford, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Crawford, Rev. T. P., D.D., missionary, Chefoo

Creagh, E. F., Maritime Customs clerk, Foochow

   Creagh, C. V., deputy superintendent of police, acting police magistrate and coroner Creek, W., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Crescini, D., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Manila

Cretien, sub-commissioner of fonds, Saigon

Creus, C., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Creyk, J. G. G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Hiogo Crichton, F, captain, Mitsu Bishi barque Awajishima-maru Crighton, R. T., master, lightship Tungsha, Shanghai Croal, R. W., commander, receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai

Crochet, pilot, Haiphong

Crocker, W., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) chief engineer, Kowloon

Crocker, E. A., (Geo. Oliver & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Crockford, H., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) pilot, Singapore

Crombie, D. A. J., (Oriental Bank) acting agent, Yokohama

Cromie, Chas., silk inspector, Shanghai

Cromo, M., (Moses & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Crooke, S., assist. paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly Cros, R., chief administrator of government monopolies, Manila Crosette, Rev. J. F., missionary, Chee-nan-foo

Cruickshank, W., chemist, Victoria Dispensary, Peddar's wharf

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

   Cruickshank, W. J., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Cruise, W., (Celestial Empire Office) accountant, Shanghai Crutch, S. J., (Reiss & Co.) tea inspector, Shanghai

Cruz, T. da, clerk, Club Lusitano

   Cruz, G. da, manager, Victoria Undertakers, Queen's road east Cruz, B. A (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton

Cruz, J. M. da, (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Cruz, O. A. da, (China Traders' Ins. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Cruz, Z. A. de, clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore

Cruz, S. M. da, (Thomas & Mercer) clerk, Canton

Cruz, F. A. da, (A. A. de Mello & Co.) clerk, & consular agent for Italy, &c., Cruz, A. A. da, (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Cruz, E. da, (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Cruze, T. A., boarding and emigration officer, Marine department, Singapore Cruze, J. da, (New Harbour Dock Co.) storekeeper, Singapore

Cuartero, M., obispo, Gobierno Eclesiastico, Iloilo

Cuejilo, L., (Genato & Co.) assistant, Manila

Cuesta, J., profesor, Universidad de Filipinas, Manila

Cueto, J., vice-rector, university, Manila

Cuff, J. C, (E. E. A., & China Telegraph Co.) assistant electrician, Singapore Cuffe, G. M., surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler

Culbertson, Rev. J. N., missionary, Bangkok

Cullen, J. G., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) confectioner, Yokohama

Cullinane, J., boatswain, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Culty, A., hairdresser, Yokohama

Cumine, Chas., (Cumine & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Cumine, A. G. T., (Cumine & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Cummins, F., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Cumroodin, M., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) clerk, Gage street

Cumroodin, A. S., (Abdulcader Esmailjee) manager, Gage street Cunha, A. d'A. e, Junr., conductor of public works, Macao

Cunha, F. M. da, Macao

Cunha, J. da, writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Cunniffy, P., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

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Cunningham, J. K., (Fearon, Low & Co.) merchant, and consul for Belgium, Hiogo

Cunningham, H. M., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Cunningham, T., lightkeeper, Newchwang

Cunningham, T. B., (Russell & Co.) agent, & vice-con. for Sweden, &c., Canton

Curet, cemetery superintendent, Saigon

Curran, J., quartermaster, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Amoy

Currie, A., (Borneo Co.) manager, Singapore

Cursetjee, S., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Curt, Dé, chancelier, French consulate, Haiphong

Curtis, Rev., W. W., missionary, Osaka

Curtis, A. B., acting chief officer, P. & O. steamer Malacca

Curtis, W,, "The Commercial," Yokohama

Curtis, G. M., (Peele. Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Curtis, A. W., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Curtis, W., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.), Yokohama

Custance, J. D., professor of agriculture, Tokio

Custine, de, clerk, post office, Saigon

Cuthbertson, J. R., (Boustead & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent)

Cuthbertson, R. B., pianoforte tuner, Yokohama

Cuthbertson, T., (Bonstead & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Gutter, J. C., agricultural department, Tokio

Cutting, G., boatswain, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Cutts, Lieut, R. M., executive officer, U.S.S. Monocacy Cuyugan, V., notario, ecclesiastical department, Manila

   Daae, I. M., Chinese Secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking Dabin, G. A. M., Roman Catholic Mission, Mu'ang Prom, Siam Daclin, watchmaker, Saigon

Dahim, J. B., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Dale, H. W., (F. A. Groom) assistant, Shanghai

Dalgliesh, W. H., (Carter & Co.) silk broker, Shanghai

   Dallas, A. A., clerk, surveyor's office, Municipal Council, Shanghai Dallas, Barnes, bill broker, Shanghai

Dalman, C. B., (Remé Brothers) clerk, Singapore Dalrymple, H. L., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Dalton-Hawkins, H., (R. F. Hoskyn) clerk, Iloilo

Daly, S., broker, Shanghai

Dalziel, Jas., China Inland Mission, Shanghai

Dames, M., (Netherlands Trading Society) clerk, Yokohama Danby, W., (Sharp & Danby) civil engineer, Queen's road Dancer, Miss, (Rose & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Dandan, P., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Danenberg, C., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Praya

Danenberg, V., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Danenberg, H., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Danenberg, J., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Dangebeand, paymaster, La Rance, Saigon

Daniel, J., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Daniel, H. W., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Daniels, G. R., lightkeeper, Shantung Promontory Lighthouse

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Danielsen, J. W., (H. A. Petersen & Co.) mert. & acting consul for Denmark, Amoy

Dantremer, student, interpreter, French Consul, Bangkok

Daoulas, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Darbier, J. P., (Whitfield & Dowson) engineer, Yokohama

Darby, W. H. F., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen street

Dare, A. H., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama

Darling, D. A., (Brown & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Darnian, C., (C. Valdezco) assistant, Manila

Dassonville, H., (E. Moulron) clerk, Yokohama

   Datardina, R., (Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy) clerk, Wellington street Datney, A. J., master, U.S. sloop Alert

Dauge, commander, La Rance, Saigon

Danker, A., (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Singapore

Dausseing, M., chancelier, French Consulate, Arbuthnot road

Dauver, H. R., (Dauver & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Davenport, Lieut. F. G., lieutenant, U.S. Squadron in China and Japan

Davenport, A., British consul, Shanghai

David, A. J., (E. D. Sassoon & Oo.) clerk, Shanghai

David, D. M., merchant, Chinkiang

David, S. A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Davida, A., presidente de Sala, Supreme Court, Manila (absent)

Davidge, E., boatswain, P. & O. steamer China

Davidson, W. S., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kiushiu-maru

Davidson, J. G., (Rodyk & Davidson) advocate and attorney, Singapore

Davidson, E. C., government telegraph engineer, Bangkok

Davidson, G. D., (Kiangnan Arsenal) draughtsman, Shanghai

Davidson, T., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Davidson, chief engineer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Davidson, J., second engineer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta Davidson, Patrick (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo

Davidson, W. R., (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo

Davidson, F. G., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) chief assistant, Singapore

Davidson, W., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

Davidson, Rev. Robt., missionary, Tokio

Davidson, C. J. L., second lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings Davidson, Robert M., (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo

Davidson, Wm., (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo (absent)

Davies, D., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Davies, T. E., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Davies, D., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pagoda anchorage, Foochow

Davies, F. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Davies, T., storekeeper, Newchwang

Davies, G. L., (Eastern Extension Telegraph Co.) mechanician, Singapore Davies, T., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Davies, J. C., pilot, Singapore

Davies, E. J., (China Navigation Co.) hulk-keeper, Chinkiang

Davis, Rev. J. D., missionary, Kioto

Davis, C. W., Maritime Customs assistant, Ningpo

Davis, D., overman, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki

Davis, G. W., assistant, Sanitary department, Municipal Council, Shanghai Davis, Rev. R. H., missionary, Hiogo

Davis, E., (F. R. Talbot) agent, Canton

Davis, Mrs. E., milliner, Yokohama

Davis, Rev. G. R., missionary, Tientsin

Davis, H. W., (Davis & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

   Davis, J. K., (North China Insurance Co.) acting secretary, Shanghai Davis, L., general trader, Yokohaına

Davison, Rev. J. C., missionary, Nagasaki

Davison, Rev. W. C., missionary, Hakodate

Davoust, naval cadet, French corvette Kerguelen

Davys, Rev. E., M.A., West Point

Dawe, Wm., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Day, R. G., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Dayot, J., (J. Dayot & Co.) proprietor, "Libreria Religiosa," Manila

Dazet, E., (Grand Hotel) night waiter, Yokohama

Deacon, E. A., Maritime Customs assistant, Foochow

Deacon, E. (Deacon & Co.) public tea inspector, Canton

Deacon, Richard, bill and bullion broker, Queen's road and College Gardens Deal, W., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Dean, H. Y., (H, J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila

Dean, Rev. Wm., D.D., missionary, Bangkok Deane, A. S., surgeon, P. & O. steamer China

Deane, J. D., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Deane, W. M., captain superintendent of Police

Deas, Jas., (Kiangnan Arsenal) overseer of brass manufacture, Shanghai Deas, J., police constable, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

De Ath, A., auctioneer, Hiogo

Debar, lieutenant, Du Couedic, Saigon

De Bay, E., (De Bay, Gòtte & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent)

Debschitz, von, captain lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Decosta, agent du material, administrative service, Haiphong

De Cotta, J. L., pianoforte instructor, Singapore

Decugis, chief commissioner of Revues, Saigon

De Deane, A., paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

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Deering, C. W., ensign, U.S.S. Ashuelot

De Forest, Rev. J. H., missionary, Osaka,

Degenaer, F., merchant, and agent Maritime Custo us of Canton, Peddar's Wharf Degoul, H., law agent, Saigon

Degrou, H., director, French Post-office, Yokohama

Deidenbach, J., (Langfieldt & Mayers) merchant, Yokohama

Deigan, Sergt. J., military staff clerk, Royal Engineer department

Deighton, C. H., gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Deighton-Braysher, C., harbour master, Newchwang

Deitz, G., liglitkeeper, Newchwang

De Jong, Dr. C. G., Yokohama

Delebazre, S., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking Deleyre, Mme. storekeeper, Hanoi

Delgado, R., canon ecclesiastical department, Manila

De Langle, interpreter, French Consulate, Haiphong

    De Lano, M. M., U.S. Consul, and acting consul for Germany, Foochow Delaplace, L. G., Vicaire Apostolique, Roman Catholic mission, Peking Delaporte, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Delden, M. E. van, (Ziegler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Delemasure, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking Delestre, J. E., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai Dell'Oro, I., (Dell'Oro & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Dell'Oro, Joseph, (Dell'Oro & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Delmont, lieutenant commanding gunboat Coutelas, Haiphong Delonette, Rev. E., French Catholic Mission, Penang Delongraye, G. A., Consul for France, Arbuthnot road Demars, superintendent of telegraphic service, Saigon

Demée, A. F., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Demetrius, G., purser, steamer A. Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Demianoff, A., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) clerk, Bangkok Denès, sub-lieutenant, French Military detachment, Hanoi Deniaud, J., (Whitfield & Dowson) assistant, Yokohama Dening, Rev. W., missionary, Hakodate

Denis, A., (Denis Frères) merchant, Saigon

Denis, G., (Denis Frères) merchant, Saigon (absent)

Denison, Hon. A. D. S., captain, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Denison, Hon. H. A., sub-lieutenant, H.B. M. gunboat Mosquito Dennemont, pilot, Saigon

Denny, C. L., acting second officer, P. & O. steamer Malacca

Denny, O, N., United States Consul, Tientsin

Denny, J., foreman mechanic, Government railway service, Yokohama

Dennys, N. B., Ph.D., assistant protector of Chinese, Singapore

Dennys, H. L., solicitor, Bank Buildings; and secty., librarian and curator, City Hall

Dent, E. C. H., (A. Dent & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Dent, A., (Alfred Dent & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Dent, H. F., (Birley & Co.) silk inspector, Canton

Dentzau, mariner, Bangkok

Derbès, director of the Engineer, Saigon

Dermer, T. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Derrick, W. H., (Powell & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Derrick, G. A., (Eastern Extension Telegraph Co.) assistant, Singapore

Derrick, G., chief engr., E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s str. Sherard Osbarn, Singapore

De Rusett, D., (P. & O. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

De Salis, Wm., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

D'Escudié, telegraphist, Saigon

Desjacques, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Desker, H. F., (Desker & Co.) butcher, Singapore

Desker, A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Des Landes, F., assistant, French Post-office, Shanghai

Desmier, A., secretary, second office, Direction of the Interior, Saigon Desmonet, (Societe de Commission &c.) assistant, Saigon

Desormaux, telegraphist, Saigon

Dessalles, Rev. E., French missionary, Bangkok

Dessey, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Dethleffsen, P. J. S., mariner, Bangkok

Detmering, W., (W. G. Hale & Co.) merchant, Saigon Detmers, W., (Rädecker & Co.) clerk, Wyndham street Detring, Gustav, Commissioner of Customs, Tientsin Devenet, (A. Nicolier) assistant, Saigon

Devéria, G., interpreter, French Legation, Peking Devesa, M., trader, Iloilo

Devèze, A., (V. Aymonin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Devic, ensign, French frigate Bourayne, Haiphong Devise, hair dresser, Saigon

Devjee, Rehmtoola, merchant, Peel street

Dhurumsey, F., (E. Pubaney) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace Diaz y Puertas, F., (Loyzaga & Co.) printer, Manila Diaz Fernandez, C., solicitor, Manila

Diaz, M., clerk, audit department, Manila

Diaz Leano, F., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila Diaz, J. N. y, commissary, Army administration, Manila Diaz, R., assistant, Post office, Manila

Dick, J., (G. Domoney & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Dick, J., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Dickens, R., second lieutenant, U.S.M.C., U.S.S. Richmond Dickie, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Dickie, H., (China Sugar Refining Co.) manager, East point Dickins, F. V., barrister-at-law, Yokohama (absent) Dickinson, W. W., (G. W. Collins & Co.) assistant, Tientsin Didier, commissaire of Marine, Haiphong

   Diederichs, von, ., captain lieutenant, German corvette Luise Diercks, F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Tientsin

Dieres-Mont plaisir, assistant commissioner, Marine hospital, Saigon Dierx, sub-lieutenant, La Rance, Saigon

Dierx, L., (Banque de l'Indo Chine) accountant, Saigon

Diesbach, Conte de, third secretary, French Legation, Tokio

Diethelm, W. H., (Hooglandt & Co.) merchant, Singapore Dietrich, Rev. W., missionary, Long-heu, Canton

   D'Iffanger, F., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Dill, R., (Kaltenbach, Fischer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Dillon, E., constable, British consulate, Tokio

Dillon, C., French consul, Tientsin

Dilthey, Rev. W., missionary, Canton

Diniz, A., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Diniz, S. J., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Diniz, C. X., Junr., ensign commanding Barra fort, Macao

Diniz, A. J. (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

   Dinnen, H. J., chief engineer, Customs cruiser Peng-chao-hai, Canton Dinsdale, G. K., secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Yokohama

Dinwiddie, R., assistant paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Dippe,, assistant surgeon, German gunboat Wolf

Dissmeyer, G. A., Mar time Customs watcher, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

    Dithlefsen, P. A., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tamaura-maru, Tokio Dittmer, F. C., (Hesse & Co.) clerk, Peddar's Wharf

Divela, G., printer, Manila

Divers, E., Engineering College, Tokio

Dixon, J. W., Engineering College, Tokio

Dixon, A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore

Dmitrevsky, P., student interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking

Dockrell, H. J., navigating lieutenant, H.B M. gun-vessel Frolic

Dodd, C. H., (Campbell & Co.) assistant, Swatow

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Dodd, John, (Dodd & Co.) merchant, Amoy, &c., & consul for Netherlands, &c., Tamsui Dodd, Rev. S., missionary, Hangchow

Dodds, Jas., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Yokohama

Dodwell, F., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Dodwell, G. B., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Dohmen, M., acting British consul, Yokohama

    Dolan, W., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) sailmaker, Hongkong Domingo, F., dibujante, floral department, Manila Domingo, B., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) clerk, Manila Domingo, secretario, Sociedad Seguros Maritimos, Manila Dominy, J. T., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Swinger

Domoney, Geo., (Domoney & Co.) storekeeper, Hiogo Donald, P., third engineer, steamer Sunda

Donaldson, A. L., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) attorney, Singapore

Donaldson, C. P. M., clerk, H.B.M. Works department, Shanghai Donelan, J., civil doctor, Iloilo

Dones, E., foreman, Chefoo Filanda, Chefoo

Donnelly, A. R., (Cornabé & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Donough, J., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Donovan, Major-General E. W., commanding H.B.M.'s Forces in China and Straits

Donovan, J. A., (Eastern Ext., Aust., & China Tele. Co.) assistant electrician, Singapore-

Donovan, J. P, Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Dorabjee, F., (Framjee Hormusjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road

Dorabjee, D., (D. Nowrojee) assistant, Queen's road Doral, P. R., (Hughes & Legge) clerk, Queen's road Doral, J. P., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Dorrinck, J. J., (Ed. Schellhass & Co) clerk, Shanghai Dougal, W. H. Maitland, flag lieutenant, British Navy Dougal, W., (Chartered Bank) accountant, Singapore

Douglas, J., (Japan Photographic Association) assistant, Yokohama

Douglas, W., Patent slip, Kosaki, Nagasaki

Douglas, A. L., commander, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Douthwaite, W., missionary, Kiuchow, Ningpo

Dowdall, C., solicitor, Shanghai

Dowling, A.D.W. (E. E., Australasia & China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Saigon

Doyle, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Genkai-maru, Tokio

Drake, C., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Dreichmann, F., (De Bay, Gòtte & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Drell, (Drell & Coutel) contractor, Saigon

Dreusche, H. von, (A. Cordes & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Drew, E. B., Commissioner of Customs, Ningpo

Drewes, T. W., captain, steamer Amoy, Coast

Driscoll, T. N., tailor, Queen's road

Dross, R., (J. Mannich & Co.) clerk, Taiwan

Drought, J. A. H., (Westall, Galton & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow

Drouhet, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Drummon, W. E. (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Drummond, Lieut. A. S., Scots Guards, aide-de-camp to Major-General Donovan Drummond, G., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) accountant, Singapore Drummond, W. V., harrister-at-law, Shanghai

Drummond, J., captain, Mitsu Bishi str Kumamoto-maru, Tokio Drury, H. E., assistant paymaster, U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama Drury, G., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Drysdale, T. M., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Hankow (absent) Dubail, Mgr., Roman Catholic Bishop, i ewchwang Dubarry, P. R., Maritime Customs examiner, Chinkiang Dubois, L., (C & J. Favre Brandt) assistant, Yokohama Dubois, C., (C. & J. Favre Brandt) assistant, Yokohama Dubois, J. F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Canton Du Boulet de Bonneuil, captain, French troops, Hanoi Dubuisson, sub-lieut nant, La Rance, Saigon Duburquois, rear admiral, French Naval Squadron Du Cazal, (Messageries Maritime) assistant, Saigon Duchamp, adininistrator of native affairs, Saigon Ducos, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Dudemaine, French consul, Manila

Dudgeon, P. C., lieutenant, H.B M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Dudgeon, Chas. J., (Chalmers, Mackintosh & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

   Dudgeon, John, M.D., missionary, & professor of anatomy & physiology, Peking Dudley, J., M. B., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Duff, Thos. W., commission agent, Chinkiang

Duffus, Rev. Wm., missionary, Swatow

Dugat-Estublier, E., M.D., physician to French Legation, Peking (absent) Duggan, C., clerk, Central Police Station

Dührsen, mariner, Bangkok

Dujna, F., clerk, Governor-General's office, Manila

   Duke, L. H., assistant overman, Keelung Colliery, Keelung Dülberg, F. W. E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Dumaresq, P. K., (E. B. Watson) clerk, Hiogo Dumas, J. A., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon Dumelin, A., (Siber & Brennwald) clerk, Yokohama Dumont, F., (Jas. Edwards) assistant, Yokohama Dumont, H., (Jas. Edwards) assistant, Yokohama Dun, E., Agricultural department, Tokio Duncan, A., Maritime Customs assistant, Wuhu Duncan, A., constable, British consulate, Canton Dunlap, Rev. E. P., missionary, Bangkok

Dunlop, C. G., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Dunlop, R., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Dunlop, C. J. T., (Edwin Koek) advocate and attorney, Singapore

Dunlop, C., (Powell & Co.) auctioneer, Singapore

Dunlop, Major S., Inspector General of Police of Straits Settlements

Dunman, Wm., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya

Dunman, R., (G. Barnet & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Dunmore, D., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard

   Duncan, C., (Piatkoff, Molchomoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow Dunlop, W., (American Rice Mill) millwright, Bangkok Dunn, C. A., (Hedge & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Dunn, W. E. H., (Dunn, Melbye & Co.) merchant, Praya Dunn, Thomas, (Hedge & Co.) merchant, Foochow (absent) Duplessis, lieutenant, French frigate Armide

   Dupont, G., secretary, Court Marshal office, Bangkok Dupuis, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Durand, paymaster, Du Conedic, Saigon

Durand, U., (Durand & Co.) saddler, Yokohama

Durant, B., (Kingdon, Schwabe & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Dürr, Ed., (Buer & Suhm) clerk, Manila

Dussol, H., contractor, Saigon

Dussol, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Dussutour, Mme., mistress, Girls' Public School, Saigon

Dussutour, A., auctioneer, Saigon

   Dutonquet, sub-commissioner, Marine equipment office, Saigon Dutras, Rev. José, Roman Catholic missionary, Amoy

Dutronquoy, S., bowling saloon keeper, Hiogo Dutruc, chief engineer, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

   Dūūs, J. H., mercbant, and consul for Denmark, Hakodate Dūūs, E. H., (J. H. Dūūs) clerk, Hakodate

Duval, A. T., (Deacon & Co.) public tea inspector, Canton Duzac, pilot, Saigon

Dybowski, A., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Dyce, C. M., (G. Barnet & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Dyer, S., (British and Foreign Society) agent, Shanghai Dyer, H., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai Dyer, H., Engineering College, Tokio

   Dziezaski, J. R. purser, gunboat Tejo, Macao Dziouk, M. F., (A. Robinson) clerk, Shanghai

Eagan, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang Eagles, J. L., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge

Eaglin, E., apothecary, U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama

Earle, T. E., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Earnshaw, D., (Wilks & Earnshaw) engineer, and surveyor to Lloyds' agents, Manila

East, Jas. W., commamder, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Eastlack, W. R., (China & Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Eastlack, R. F., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Eastlacke, F., Robinson road

Eastlacke, W. C., dentist, Queen's Road Central

Easton, G. F., missionary, Kansuh

Eaton, J. S., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet

Ebell, H., merchant, and vice-consul for Germany, Swatow

Eber, J. L., (Rodyk & David-on) clerk, Singapore

Eber, A., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Ebrahim, E., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) merchant, Gage street

Eça, D. A. d', purser, steamer Kiukiang, Hongkong and Macao Eccles, I., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Ecclestone, G., pilot, Bangkok

Ecclestone, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Echavarria, M., inspector, colecciones y labores, Manila

Echevarria, E. T., "Los Catalanes," Manila

Echevarria, J., assistant, Public Works department, Manila

Eckert F., instructor, naval college, Tokio

Eckford, P., chief engineer, H.B.M. sloop Eyeria

Eckford, A. M., (Cornabé & Co.) merchant, and consular agent U.S.A., &c., Chefoo Eckhold, M., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Edbrook, C., carriage builder, Shanghai

Ede, J. M., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) merchant, Manila

Ede, N. J., secretary, Union Insurance Society, Ped lar's wharf

Edelmann, W., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Eddy, E. C., carpenter, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Edgar, J., (Edgar & Co.) clerk, Singapore

   Edgar, J., Maritime Customs, tidewaiter, Newchwang Edgar, J., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Edgar, G., (Edgar & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Edge, Rev. J. C., missionary, London Mission, Canton

   Edger, J. S., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Manila Edkins, Rev. J., D.D., missionary, Peking

Edmonds, J., chief engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Edwards, H. H., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Edwards, Th., (Behre & Co.) clerk Saigon

Edwards, Fred., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Edwards, R M., chief engineer, Chinese gunboat An-lan, Cantou

Edwards, R. S., clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore

Edwards, E. J., chief officer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Edwards, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Shangbai

Edwards, O. E., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, Manila

   Edwards, St. J. H., clerk & marshal, United States consulate, Amoy Edwards, J., storekeeper, Yokohama

Eggimann, sub-commissioner, secretariat, Saigon

Eggers, H., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Eggert, J., pilot, Takao

Eguia, L., (Guichard & Fils) clerk, Manila

Ehlers, H., foreman, Dock Company, Bangkok

Ehlers, J., (A. Roensch) assistant, Manila

Ehlers, A., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Eichler, Rev. R., missionary, Canton

Eilers, C., (Puttfarcken Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Eisendecher, K. von, Gerinan Minister, Tokio

Eitel, Rev. E. J., M.A., Ph.D., missionary

Eizmendi, S., Marmolisto, Manila

Ekstrand, J. W., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kanagawa-maru Elberg, J., (F. A. Schultze & Co.) storekeeper, Newchwang Elder, W., (Samsen Rice Mill Co.) engineer, Bangkok

Eldridge, H., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Canton Eldridge, Stuart, M.D., physician, General Hospital, Yokohama Elera, C. de, professor, University, Manila

Elfen, H., (Kniffler & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Elgar, F., fourth engineer, steamer P. & O. Sunda

Elias, E. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Elie, justice of the peace, Saigon

Eliyaga, J. S., lightkeeper, Fisher Island lighthouse, Amoy

Elizalde, J. M., (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, Manila

Ellert, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Ellerton, J., engineer, postal department, Tokio

Elles, Jamieson, (Elles & Co.) merchant, Amoy (absent) Elles, J. C., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Taiwan

Elliot, T. B., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Elliott, F. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Penang

Elliott, Geo., acting engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lily

Elliott, J. R., (Hunt, Hellyer & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Ellis, H., master attendant and shipping master, Marine department, Singapore

Ellis, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Shario-maru, Tokio

Elman, N., storekeeper, Hiogo

Elmer, G. W., deputy marshal, U.S. Consulate, Yokohama

Elmore, J. F., LL.D., minister, Peruvian Legation, Tokio and Peking

Elshout, J. M., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Wenchow

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Elwes, E. G., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Elwin, Rev. A., missionary, Hangchow (absent)

Elwyn, H. B., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Elzinger, watchmaker, Manila

Emanuel, P. H., reporter, Daily Press office

Emery, D. A., (Wadliegh & Emery) merchant, and U.S. vice-consul, Chinkiang Emery, W., boatswain, lighthouse tender Meiji Maru, Japan

Emmerson, C., proprietor Emmerson's Hotel, Singapore

Emory, G. B., (0. & O.S.S. Co.) agent, Queen's road

Encarnação, F. X., (A. Provand & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Encinas, C. G., magistrate, Marila

Endicott, S., (Cornes & Co.) merchant and vice-consul for Hawaii, Hiogo

Endicott, H. B., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Engard, A. C., engineer, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Engelhardt, H., (F. Beato) clerk, Yokohama

Engert, M., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

England, E. H., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

England, C. R., commission agent and auctioneer, Shanghai

Engler, A., (F. Engler & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Ennes, Rev. F. F. S. de S., vice-rector St. Joseph's College, Macao

Ennes, D. M. B. de S., bishop, Ecclesiastical department, Macao

Enslie, J. J., first assistant, British Consulate, Yokohama

Epron, director of the Gendarmerie, Saigon

Ercole, telegraphist, Saigon

   Erdman, W., second engineer, P. & O. steamer Malacca Erdmann, C., (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Praya central Errazo, P., officer, guardia civil veterana, Manila Errington, A. J., commander, H.B.M. sloop Albatross Erskine, S., (Howard, Erskine & Co.) engineer, Singapore Escalera, J. de, president court of justice, Manila (absent)

Escarrer, G., (Sartorius & Moerike) assistant, Lipa, Philippines Escondrillas, D., architect, Cebu

Escribano, F., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Esdale, C., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Esdale, J. T., (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, Yokohama

Esmail, M. S. H., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esmail) merchant, Gage street

España, H. E. Don Carlos de, minister plenipotentiary for Spain, Peking

Especkerman, B. H., proprietor, Mercantile Press, Singapore

Espin, T. G., promoter fiscal, Iloilo

Espino, M., constable, Spanish Consulate, Amoy

Espinosa, A. M., gafe de negociado, contaduria general, Manila

Esquer, president, Court of appeal, Saigon

Esson, D., (New Harbour Dock Co.) boilermaker, Singapore

Estavislao, E., (Barlow & Wilson) assistant, Manila

Esteves, J. J., teacher, Government school, Macao

Estorges, telegraphist, Saigon

Estrada, Dr. A., secretary, Universidad de Filipinas, Manila

Estranch, F., comisario de guerra, Manila

Estruch, A., assistant, Mint, Manila

Estudillo, P., ayudante, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Manila

Ethelson, A. P., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Etienne, lieutenant, German gunboat Albatross

Eugster, F., (L. Eugster & Co.) clerk, Manila

Eugster, E., (L. Eugster & Co.) clerk, Manila

Eugster, J., (L. Eugster & Co.) merchant, Manila

Eusden, R., British Consul, and acting consul for Austria-Hungary, &c., Hakodate

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Eustace, F. O., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Evans, H., inspector of immigrants, Penang

Evans, R., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hart

Evans, B. G. L., assist. paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Evans, H., (Evans & Co.) baker, and proprietor of " Empire Brewery," Shanghai

Evans, J. H., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) merchant, Shanghai and Hankow (absent)

Evans, M. P., (Reid, Evans & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Evard, l'Abbé, honorary interpreter, French Legation, Tokio

Everall, H., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

Everard, C. W., acting Consul, British consulate, Wênchow

Evers, H. C., (E. E. Australasia & China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Saigon Evers, A., (Simon, Evers & Co.) merchaut, Hiogo

Evington, Rev. H., B.A., missionary, Osaka

Evrard, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio Ewer, F. H., Maritime Customs examiner, Swatow

Ewing, J. A., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Ewing, G. C., dispenser in charge of stores, Royal Naval Hospital Exley Rev. R. J., missionary, Wenchow

Eykman, Dr. J, F., Board of Health, Tokio

Eymard, C., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Eymard-Rapine, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Eytel, W., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Eyton, J. L. O., (Spring Valley Brewery) assistant, Yokohama Ezekiel, M. D., (D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Ezekiel, F., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ezekiel, N. D., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Foochow Ezra, J., (Abraham Ezra & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Ezra, I. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Ningpo Ezra, A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) agent, Tientsin

Faber, Rev. E., missionary, Canton

Faber, H., (Faber & Voigt) merchant, Hiogo (absent)

Fabian, N. C., marmolisto, Manila

Fabian, A., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Fabiani, assistant treasurer and chief accountant, Colonial Treasury, Saigon (absent) Fabie, F. R., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Fabre de Lamauralle, lieutenant, French corvette, Kerguelen

Fabregas, C., juez, Alcaldias Mayores, Potatan, Philippines Fabrice, H. von, (Sartorius & Moerike) assistant, Iloilo Fabrice, E., druggist, Jaro, Philippines

Fabris, E. A., assistant, Municipal Council offices, Shanghai Fairchild, E. A., storekeeper, P. & O. steamer China Fairless, J., (Lösch & Fairless) merchant, Shanghai Fajard, E., public silk inspector, Shanghai

Fakeeranee, M. (E. Pubaney) manager, Shanghai

Falbre, principal conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Falcao, I.M.L.M. de L., procurador dos Negocios Sinicos, Macao Falch, W., (Shanghai Gas Company) meter inspector, Shanghai Falck, G., snipchandler and auctioneer, Bangkok

Falck, C., (Kniffler & Co.) godownman, Yokohama

Falconer, Alexander, second master, Central School, Gough street Falconer, M. Jr., (4. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Farachand, R., "La India Inglesa," Manila

Farago, E, Maritime Customs assistant, Hankow

Faraut, B., civil engineer, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Fargeot, Mme., (Baudran & Fargeot) dressmaker, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Farinole, J. B., storekeeper, Saigon

Farinos, F., surgeon major, Army Medical department, Manila Farley, Gus., Jr., (Fraser, Farley & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Farmohomed, C., merchant, P. el street

Farmer, E., chief engineer, U.S.S. Alert

Farnden, G. W., (Kilgour & Co.) assist..nt, Singapore

Farnham, Rev. J. M. W., D.D., missionary, Shanghai

Farrar, A. A. E., (G. Smith & Co.) wine merchant, Shanghai

Farsari, A., (Sargent, Farsari & Co.) newsagent, Yokohama

Fattey, clerk, colonial treasury, Saigon

Fanlds, H., medical missionary, Tokio

Faunch, H., quarter-master in charge, Customs cruiser Ching Chieh, Canton Fauque, Rev. J., French missionary, Bangkok

Faure, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Faure, M., (Societe de Commission &c.) assistant, Saigon Faurie, Rev. U., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio Fautrad, naval cadet, French corvette Champlain Fauvel, A. A., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai Favacho, V. A., (Linstead & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Fave, E., boarding house keeper, Saigon

Favier, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Favre, V., proprietor, "Hotel de l'Univers," Wyndham street

Favre-Brandt, C., watch importer, & consular agent for Belgium, &c., Osaka Favre-Brandt, J., (C. & J. Favre-Brandt) watch importer, Yokohama

Fawardas, P., "La India Inglesa," Manila

Fawcett, J., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge

Fearon, W., (Fearon, Low & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Fearon, J. S., (Fearon, Low & Co) merchant, Shanghai Fearon, G. D., (Deacon & Co.) clerk, Canton Fearon, R. I., (Fearon, Low & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Fee, R. M., French Catholic Mission, Singapore Feit, J., bandmaster to the Second King, Bangkok Felgas, José, lieutenant, gunboat Tejo, Macao Feliciano, B., (Tatuban Rope Factory) assistant, Manila Feliciano, M., (Tutuban Rope Factory) manager, Manila Felionneau, commissaire, administrative service, Hanoi Felizardo, J., (Wilks & Earnshaw) clerk, Manila Felton, E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Wuhu

Fenaillon, conductor, Public Works department, Manila

Fenner, C. E., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Fenning, W., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, Shanghai

Fenollosa, E. F., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Fenton, M., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio

Fenton, K. B., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Fentum, G. B., professor of music, Shanghai

Ferandis, A. M., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Singapore

Ferguson, J. H., Netherlands minister, Peking

Ferguson, A., proprietor, "The Farm," Maloo, Shanghai

Ferguson, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Ferguson, G., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

Ferguson, R., third officer, steamer Albay, Coast

Ferguson, C. J., assistant clerk, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Fergusson, R., (Morriss & Fergusson) bill and bullion broker, Shanghai

Fergusson, W. S., (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Fergusson, T. T., (Fergusson & Co.) merchant, & Belgian consul, Chefoo Fernandes, B. de S., merchant, and consul for Siam, Macao

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Fernandes, N. T., proprietor, Boletim de Macao e Timor, Macao Fernandes, F. F., (Horse Repository) assistant, Garden road Fernandes, Rev. F. A., deacon, ecclesiastical department, Macao Fernandes, J., assistant usher and process server, Magistracy

Fernandez, H., acting administrator of Government monopolies, Manila Fernandez, H., medical practitioner, Manila

Fernandez, D., lightkeeper, Lamocks lighthouse, Amoy

Fernandez, S., mayor general, apostadero, Manila

Fernandez, V., (J. B. Rozas) clerk, Manila

Fernandez, H., inspector, Exchequer department, Manila

Fernandez, V., botanical gardens, Manila

Fernandez, G., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Fernandez, C. D., solicitor, Iloilo

Fernandez, J., (Eastern Ext., Aust. & China Telegraph Co.) assistant, Singapore

Fernandez, L. P., rigger, Kobe Iron Works, Hiogo

Fernandez, J, postmaster, Iloilo

Fernandez, M., restaurant keeper, Manila

Fernandez, A., coffee house keeper, Manila

Fernandez, J. V., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Fernandez, R., chemist, Manila

Fernier, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Ferrand, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Ferrás, J. A., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Ferré, surgeon Du Couedic, Saigon

Ferreara, V., lightkeeper, Lamocks lighthouse, Amoy

Ferreira, C. J., (O. & O. S.S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Ferreira, J. A., lieutenant, Police, Macao

Ferreira, L., lawyer, Macao

Ferreira, L. A., administrator, Administracao do Conselho, Macao

Ferres, M., (Garchitorena & Smith) assistant, Manila

Ferris, C., foreman mechanic, Government railway service, Yokohama

Ferver, M., assistant, andit department, Manila

Festa, Chevalier C. S., Italian consul, Singapore

Festa, E., (Borneo Co) clerk, Singapore

Fetherstonhaugh, G. A., assistant clerk, H B. V.S. Iron Duke

Feyerabend, E. R., (H. C. Morf & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Fiard, Mme., dealer in provisions, Saigon

Field, A. W., Maritime Customs boat officer, Amoy

Figié, second lieutenant, French troops, Haiphong

Figuereido, J., (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Queen's road

Figuier, L., ("Sweetmeat Castle") steward, Shanghai

Figuieredo, A., naval department, Tokio

Finck, R., (Bangkok Saw Mill) clerk, Bangkok Findlay, J., (Blain & Co.) merchant Shanghai

Fine, N., assistant, Municipal council, Saigon

Finlayson, J., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Fioritti, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Fischer, S., (G. R. Lammert) assistant, Peddar's Wharf

Fischer, Ed., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) merch., & acting con. gen.for Hawaii, Y'hama (absent) Fischer,, assistant surgeon, German gunboat Cyclop

Fischer, J. P., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Fischer, F. von, (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Fischer, O., (Baer Senior & Co) clerk, Isabela, Philippines

Fischer, G., (E. Meyer & Co.) merchant, Tientsin

Fisher, Ed., (Dodd & Co.) godown keeper, Tamsui

Fisher, T. F., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

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Fisher, J., rice merchant, Singapore

Fisher, H. K., (Eastern Ext., Aust. & China Tele. Co.) operator, Singapore Fisher, E., bill and bullion broker, Hankow

Fisher, C. L., U.S. vice-consul and consul for Hawaii, Nagasaki

Fisher, H. J., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Fitch, Rev. Geo. F., missionary, Soochow

Fitzgerald, Geo., chief engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Fitzgerald, M., (Yokohama Dispensary) assistant, Yokohama

Fitzgerald, R., (Kobe Iron Works) fitter, Hiogo

Fitz Henry, D., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) accountant, Shanghai Fitzsimmons, P., surgeon U.S.S. Ashuelot

Flacks, F., chief officer, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Flagg, A. E., Upper Yangtsze Pilot, Shanghai

Flanagan, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

     Flanagan, Quartermaster Sergeant J., Military Staff clerk, R. E. department Flavianus, Archimandrate, Russian Greek Orthodox mission, Peking

Fleischer, H. M., agent Messageries Maritimes and Danish consul, Nagasaki Fleming, J. M., surveyor, Royal Engineers

Flemming, L., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Canton

Fletcher, C. A., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Chiri-maru, Japan

Fletcher, F., (McAllister & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Fleury, J. J. M., chief clerk, Netherlands Consulate, Penang

Fleury, M., (M. Perez) engineer, Manila

Flores, C. H., (J. F. Scheffer) assistant, Praya

Flores, S. S., storekeeper, Manila

Flores, V., storekeeper, Manila

Flores, D., (S S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Flores, V. L., (S. S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Flores, S., (S. S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Flores, E., (Loyzaga & Co.) assistant, Manila

Flores, A., ayudante, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Manila

Flourent, V., Tategami dry dock, Nagasaki

      Flowers, Marcus, H.B.M.'s consul, and acting consul for. Austria, Spain, &c., Hiogo Floyd, H. R. P., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Flynn, J., Martime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo

Fobes, A. S., (C. & J. Trading Co.) agent, Yokohama

Fock, Dr. C., Japanese Hospital, Nagasaki

Fock, O., (B. Telge) clerk, Shanghai

Focke, Dr. J. H, Junr., German consul, aud acting consul for Italy, Hiogo

Focken, E. W., pilot, Swatow

Foengens, R., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Folque, C. A. F., aide-de-camp to Governor of Macao

Folser, J., pilot, Taku

Fonsales, (Denis Frères) clerk, Saigon

Fonseca, J. A. da, (Strachan & Thomas) clerk, Yokohama

Fonseca, A. J. da, commission agent, Macao

Fonseca, J., rector of University, Manila

Fonseca, J. B., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Fonseca, A., Junr., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Fonseca, F. V. da, (Evans, Pugh & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Fonseca, A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) godown keeper, Wanchi

Fonseca, E. F., (G. R. Laminert) clerk, Peddai's wharf

      Fontaine, lieutenant, French gun-vessel La Rance, Saigon Fontaine, surveyor, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Fontarabie, G. B. de, legal adviser, Shihocho and Gen-roin, Tokio Forbes, W. H., (W. Forbes) clerk, Tientsin

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Forbes, D. A., (Forbes, Munn & Co.) merchant, Manila

Forbes, Wm., merchant and Belgian consul, Tientsin

  Forbes, F. B., (Russell & Co.) merchant, & consul gen. for Sweden, &c., Shanghai Forbes, W. H., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Praya (absent)

Forbes, J. M., Jr., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Praya

Forbes, H. de C., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Praya

  Ford, Chas., superintendent Government Gardens and tree planting department Ford, W., (Celestial Empire Office) compositor, Shanghai

Ford, C. M., acting consul, Britis: Consulate, Tamsui

Ford, T., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Fordham, Rev. J. S., missionary, Hankow

Foret, commander, Antilope, Saigon

Forner, N. O., director, saindad militar, Manila

Forrejon, M. S. y, assistant, army administration, Manila

Forrester, W., (Forrester, Lavers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Fors, A., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Forsaith, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow Forssblad, B., M. Ph.C., medical practitioner, Chefoo Forster, John, (J. Forster & Co.) inerchant, Foochow Foss, Rev. H. J., missionary, Hiogo

  Foss, H., (Borneo Co.) manager, Queen's road Foster, H., railway engine driver, Yokohama

Foster, F. E., (P.M.S.S. Co.) general agent for China and Japan, Yokohama

Foster, F. T. P., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Foucauld, de, director of the marine arsenal, Saigon

Fougera, J. H., commission merchant, Taiwan (absent)

Foulboux, in charge of public buildings, Saigon

Foulk, G. C., aid ensign. U.S. Squadron in China and Japan Fouque, C. A., proprietor, French Bakery, Shanghai

Fourcoux, secretary, Government warehouse, Saigon

Fourcros, assistant engineer, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Fournier, commander, French gunboat Lyna

Fowler, John, (Chartered Bank of India, &c.) sub-accountant, Shanghai Fowler, W., inspector of municipal police, Central station, Shanghai Fox, Alex., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Fox, T. A., harbour master, Penang

Fox, W. R., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Frahm, I., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Seirio-maru, Tokio

Frahm, P., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Shinagawa-maru, Tokio Fraineau, Rev. T. P., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki Francenbach, L., (Shunho foreign refinery) chemist, Shanghai Francis, J. J., acting puisne judge

Francis, R., (R. Francis & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Francis, A., (Brown & Co.) clerk, Tamsui

Francisco, I., (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Francisco, R., manager, Mercantile Press office, Singapore

Francisco, Thos., ("Hotel de la Paix ") assistant, Singapore

Francisco, Pedro, (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Francke, O., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Francke, H., (Schinne & Francke) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Franco, M., suplente, Sociedad Seguros Maritimos, Manila

Franco, Dr. L. L., medical practitioner, Macao

Franco, J., professor of Medicine, University, Manila

Franco, L. A., substitute, Municipal Council, Macao

Franco, F. M., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street Franco, R., restaurant keeper, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

    Franco, F. M. Jr., clerk, Ordnance Store Department Francois, (Morice Jeune and Bailly) assistant, Hanoi Frandin, H., student, French Legation, Peking (absent) Frank, H., (G. Hieber & Co.) commission agent, Singapore Fraser, D., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Yokohama Fraser, L. J., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) merchant, Singapore Fraser, J., proprietor Mission Press, Singapore

    Fraser, Hugh, secretary of British Legation, Peking (absent) Fraser, E. J., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Fraser, J. A., (Fraser, Farley & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Fraser, M. F. A., assistant, British consulate and Post-office agent, Foochow

Fraser-Smith, R., (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co.) accountant, Club Chambers Frater, A., British consul, and vice-consul for Germany, &c., Tamsui (absent,

Frazer, John, medical practitioner, Tientsin

Freame, W. H., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S.S. Co.) freight clerk, Nagasaki

Fréchet, I., sodawater manufacturer, Saigon

Fredericie, Miss, (Mrs. Bergeu) assistant, Hiogo

Fredricksen, A. F., pilot, Newchwang

Freeman, A. T., master, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Freeman, F. H. P. W., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Freeth, G. J., quartermaster, Customs Cruiser Li Shé, Canton

Freinademetz, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street Freirno, E. P., army medical department, Manila

Freitas, T. J. de, (Macao Dispensary) assistant, Macao

French, G., chief justice, H.B.M. Supreme Court, Shanghai

French, E. H., assistant, British consulate, Bangkok

Fressel, Carl, (Fressel & Co.) merchant, Manila

Freund, J., tavern keeper, Saigon

Freusberg, C., interpreter, German consulate, Canton

Frewin, Henry, pilot, Swatow

Freytag, Ed., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Friedrich, R., (Botica de la Escolta) druggist, Manila

Friedrick, sub-lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

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Friend, Lieut. L. B., Royal Engineer

Friend, Rev. H., missionary, Canton

Friere, F., clerk, auditor general's office

Fries, L. von, Maritime Customs clerk, Peking

Fries, S. von, Maritime Customs clerk, Canton

Frischling, C. J., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

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    Fritsche, Dr. H., director, Russian Observatory, act. professor of German, &c,, Peking Fritz, J., (Mustard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Frois, B. S., (Edwin Koek) clerk, Singapore

Frois, A., foreman, Straits Times office, Singapore

Frois, R. A., (Edwin Koek) clerk, Singapore

Frost, J. J., assistant engineer, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Frueba, F., assistant, Mint, Manila

Fry, F. W., (Weeks & Fry) broker, Foochow

Fry, J. O., district superintendent Government telegraph service, Tokio

Fryer, H., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) gunner, Pootung, Shanghai

Fryer, John, scientific translation department, Kiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai

Fuckirbhoy, M., (E. Pubaney) manager, Shanghai

Fuente, M. de la, (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Fuentes, J. M. de, assistant public works department, Manila

Fukushima, Major K., Japanese consul, Amoy

Fulford, R. B., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hart

Fuller, W., proprietor, Pignatel's Hotel, Chefoo

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Fuller, W. R., architect and builder, Chefoo

Fullerton, Mrs., milliner, Nagasaki

Fulton, P. A., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) engineer, Singapore Funel, clerk, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Furber, W. G., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Hiroshima-maru

Fusco, M., bandmaster, Bangkok

Fuss, E., (Botica de la Escolta) assistant, Vigan, Philippines Futtakia, S. R., merchant, Canton

Fyfe, W. S., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Fyson, Rev. P. K., missionary, Niigata

Gabaretta, R., "The Relief Fire Brigade," Yokohama

Gabriel J., (Ng Choy) clerk, Queen's road

Gabriel, J., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street

Gage, H., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Alert

Gahagau, A. Y., (Eastern Extension Telegraph Co.) assistant, Singapore Gaillard, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Gaillard, hair dresser, Saigon

Galan, B., (Societe de Commission, &c.) assistant, Saigon

Galbraith, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Galdie, W. G., chief officer, P. & O. steamer Malacca

Galdie, W. T., engineer, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Gale, W. H. C., engineer H.B.M S. Iron Duke

Gale, S. R., (Mustard & Co.) assistant and librarian, Shanghai Library, Shanghai Galembert, G. de, Maritime Customs assistant, Chefoo

Galien, M. G., pawnbroker, Manila

Gallagher, F., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, Whampoa

Gallardo, J., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila

Gallardo, F., captain, steamer Lola, Iloilo

Galle, J., (Reyes & Co) assistant, Manila

Galles, G., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Galles, F. W., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai

Galletti, J., quartermaster, Customs cruiser Hua Shan, Canton

Galmel, Bev. L., French Catholic Mission, Baleh Pulas, Penang

Galpin, J. R., assistant engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Galpin, Rev. F., missionary, Ningpo

Galt, Jas., M.D., missionary, Hangchow (absent)

Gulton, W. P., (Westall, Galton & Co.) public tea-inspector, Foochow Galvan, F. de P., inspector, Intendencía de Hacienda, Manila

Gambet-Grass, legal adviser, Police office, Tokio

Gamir, S., chief of Estado Mayor, Manila

Gandret, naval cadet, French frigate Armide

Gange, Wm., gunner, Chinese gunboat An-lan, West Coast

Ganjot, P. C. E., agricultural department, Tokio

Gaphoar, C. S. A., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Garay, A., de, Spanish consul, Shanghai

Garceau, A., commander, Chinese gunboat Tsing-po, West Coast

Garcerie, A., timber m rchant, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Garchitorena, A. M., (Garchitorena & Smith) carriage builder, Manila

Garcia, E., contador, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila

Garcia, R., botanical gardens, Manila

Garcia, A., assistant, Mint, Manila

Garcia, J., assistant, custom house, Manila

Garcia, F, assistant, public works department, Manila

Garcia, J. P., (Cuculi & Co.) inerchant, Manila

Garcia, J., professor of philosophy, University, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Garcia, B., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Garcia, A. J., colonel, commanding Police, Macao

   Garcia, N., (B. A. Barretto & Co.) engineer and machinist, Manila Gardès, conductor, Public Works department, Saigou

Gardner, T. S., captain, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta Garner, Mrs. F. E., baker and hotel keeper, Chefoo

Gardner, W. J., (Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Gardner, C. T., British consul, Chefoo

Gardner, H. A., constable, British consulate, Bangkok

Gardonne, V., second lieutenant, Chinese gunboat Tsing-po, Canton Garfit, A. S., (China Traders' Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road Gargan, J., Yokohama

Gargollo, G., (Gargola Brothers) merchant, Iloilo

Gargollo, A., (Gargola Brothers) merchant, Iloilo

Garratt, Rev. W. F. H., MA., incumbent, Christ's Church, Yokohama

Garrels, H., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Garrett, L. M., cadet midshipman, U.Š.S. Alert

Garrigues, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Garwood, S., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard

Gascoigne, T., armourer sergeant, Ordnance Store department

Gasnier, Rt. Rev. Dr. E., French Catholic bishop, Singapore

Gaspar, Enrique, consul for Spain, Macao

Gaspar, F., oficial del detala, arsenal, Manila

Gaspar, M. A. L., director, Tan-Dinh school, Saigon

Gasper, W. C., (P. Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Gauld, W., M.A., M.D., missionary, Swatow

Gavierez, A. G., clerk, juzgado de guerra, Manila

Gavini, pilot, Saigon

Gawdyne, R., (Ramsay & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Gay, V., assistant, Colonial department, Iloilo

Gay, A. O., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Geandey, distributor, Post office, Saigon

Gearing, J. G. W., (Gearing & Co.) merchant, Chinkiang (absent)

Geary, H., captain R.A., inspector of warlike stores, Ordnance Store department

Gebhardt, F., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Geddes, A. D., Lieut.-Colonel, 27th Inniskillings

Gedge, H. J., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Geffeney, C. H., hair-dresser, Yokohama

Gehmeyer, A., (Muller & Meisner) assistant, Bangkok

Geiger, H. W., agent P. & O. S. N. Co., Singapore Geller, R., (U. Pila & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Genato, M., restaurant keeper, Manila

Genato, M., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer, and commission agent, Manila

Genato, Vte. A., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer and commission agent, Manila

Genneroix, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Genouilhac, assistant treasurer, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Gentili, Rt. Rev. Dr. Thos., Roman Catholic missionary, Foochow

Gentle, Alex. U.S. vice-consul and secretary Singapore Exchange, Singapore Génu, L., (Guichard et Fils) merchant. Manila

Geoffroy, de, Minister for France, Tokio (absent)

Geoghegan, E. J., (Butterfield & Swire) tea inspector, Yokohama (absent)

George, H., superintendent, Municipal Counci', Hiogo

George, J. C. F., (Oriental Bank) accountant, Singapore

George, E., secretary Chamber of Commerce, and agent Renter's Telegram Co. George, pilot, Haiphong

Gerac, F. de, ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Gérardin, Very Rev. J., French missionary, Canton

Geraud, P., hotel keeper, Saigon

Gercke, I., sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Wolf

Gerlach, C., M.D., medical practitioner, Alexandra Terrace

Germain, J., inspector of nuisances

Germann, C., merchant, and consul for Switzerland, Manila (absent)

Gernot, C. J., provicar general, Saigon

Gerona, B., trader, Iloilo

Geronimo, G., (Genato & Co.) assistant, Manila

     Gerrard, John, acting Registrar-general, and registrar of marriages, &c. Gervais, blacksmith, Haiphong

Geslien, H., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Gesseit, A., broker, Shanghai

Getley, A., lieutenant, Customs cruiser Shen-chi, Cauton

Gheeting, T., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Ghent, J. G. van, agricultural department, Tokio

Ghika, N. D., Maritime Customs assistant examiner (absent)

Giaretto, J., storekeeper, Yokohama

Gibarta, Rev. M., Roman Catholic Missionary, Bangkok

Gibb, H. B., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Aberdeen street (absent)

Gibbs, J. B., proprietor, "Snug Saloon," Yokohama

Gibson, Jas.. (Sandilands, Buttery & Co.) clerk, Penang

Gibson, Robt., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) sub-accountant, Singapore Gibson, R., overman, Keelung Colliery, Keelung

Gibson, Rev. J., missionary, Čanton

     Gibson, Rev. J. C., M.A., missionary, Swatow Gierke, Dr. H., professor, Medical College, Tokio Gigo, J. G. y, army medical department, Manila Gil, capitan, Guardia Civil Veterana, Manila

Gil, G. L., assistant, army administration, Jolo, Philippines Gilbert, J., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Gildemeister,., sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Cyclop Giles, H., (W. B. Spratt & Co.) clerk, Praya central Giles, J., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Giles, H. A., acting consul, British consulate, Amoy Gilfillan, S., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) merchant, Singapore Gill, E. H., (Browne & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

     Gillbee, W. W., chief storeman, H.M. Naval Yard Gillespie, D., chief engineer, P. & O. steamer China

Gillett, B., (Wilkin & Robison) merchant, Yokohama

Gillies, D., secretary, Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co., Club Chambers

Gillingham, J., commission agent, Hiogo

Gillingham, A. W., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Gillot, telegraphist, Saigon

Gilmour, D., public silk inspector, Shanghai

Gilmour, Rev. J., M.A., missionary, Peking

Giminez, F. M., colonel of cavalry, Manila

Ginard, R., civil doctor, and professor, University, Manila

Gipperich, G., (Crasemann & Hagen) clerk, Chefoo

Gipperich, E., merchant, Shanghai

Giquel, P., director, Imperial Arsenal, Foochow (absent)

Girard, U., (Lacroix Cousins & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Girard, inspector of police force, Cholen, Saigon

Giraudier, B., (Ramirez & Giraudier) printer, Manila Gittins, J., (Gittins & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Giudicelli, T., comptable, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Glass, G., (Shanghai Medical Hall) assistant, Shanghai Glass, C. C. U., (McAlister & Co.) ship broker, Singapore Glass, D., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Glass, L. R., (Guthrie & Co.) merchant, Singapore Glennie, A. W., merchant, & public tea inspector, Yokohama Glinz, J. C., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) merchant, Singapore Gloria, V., (Inchausti & Co.) clerk, Manila

Glover, T. B., manager, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki

Glover, Geo. B., Commissioner of Customs, Shanghai (absent)

Glover, T. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Glover, A. B., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

Goble, Rev. J., missionary, Yokohama

Godaert, R., assistant, "Hotel et Restaurant des Colonies," Shanghai Godbold, G. A. B., captain, 27th Inniskillings

Goddard, Rev. J. R., missionary, Ningpo

Goddard, F. D., chief officer, steamer Douglas, Coast

Godeaux, E., French Consul General, Shanghai (absent)

Godet, surgeon, French corvette Champlain

Godinez, F., abogado, hospital de Sn. Juan, Manila

Godsil, John, captain, Governor-General's gunboat Anlan, Canton Godwin, A. A., Maritime Customs examiner, Kiukiang

Goemaer, telegraph overseer, Saigon

Goettlinger, L., Variety store, Hiogo

Goetz, A., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Golding, Thomas B., police superintendent, Ningpo

Goldsborough, W. E., United States Consul, Amoy

Goldsmith, B., (China Traders' Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road Goldspink, R. J., Customs tidesurveyor and harbour master, Wuhu Gomar, Rev. V., Roman Catholic missionary, Takao

Gomard, mariner, Bangkok

Gomboyeff, N., postmas er, Russian Legation, Peking

Gomes, M. A., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Kowloon Gomes, A., (A. A. de Mello & Co.) clerk, Macao

Gomes, A. S., M.D., medical practitioner, Shelley street Gomes, N. J., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace

Gomes, F. A., (Brandão & Co.) merchant, Wellington street Gomes, J. B., merchant, Macao

Gomes, J. B. Jr., (Brandão & Co.) merchant, Wellington street Gomes, A. J., (Brandão & Co.) merchant, Wellington street Gomez, J. B., restaurant keeper, Manila

Gomez, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore Gomez, F., assistant, Colonial department, Iloilo

Gomez, M., surgeon major, Army medical department, Manila

Gomez, J. A., professor de derecho civil, university, Manila.

Gomez, J., physician, Iloilo (absent)

Gomez, P., (Kobe Iron Works) rigger, Hiogo

Gomez, M., professor of philosophy, University, Manila

Gomez, J., proprietor, "Welcome Tavern," Queen's road central

Gomma, C., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Haiphong

Gonsalves, F. S., (A. Bielfield) clerk, Shanghai

Gonsalves, D. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Gonsalves, J. B., ensign Police, Macao

Gonsalves, M. G., boarding officer, Import and Export office, Singapore

Gonsalves, N. P., assistant, Revenue department, Macao

Gonsalves, F. M., (Rozario & Co.) clerk, Stanley street

Gonsalves, C. J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

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Gonsalves, B. F., (Deacon & Co.) clerk, Canton

Gonzalez, R., (M. G. Galien) assistant, Manila

Gonzalez, A., contador, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila Gonzalez, S., officer, guardia civil veterana, Manila Gonzalez, J., medical practitioner, Manila

Gonsalez, A., trader, Iloilo

Gonsalez, L., photographer, Iloilo

Gonzalez, P., commandant of Arsenal, Manila

Gonzalez, P., second gefe, Apostadero, Manila

Gonzalez, E. M. y, assistant, army administration, Manila

Gonzalez, F., (Aldecoa & Co.) clerk, Manila

Gonzalez, Victor, druggist &c., Cebu

Goode, F. P. C., captain, steamer Hailoong, Coast Goodfellow, W., (Gas Co.) foreman fitter, Shanghai Goodison, F. S., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Goodrich, Rev. C., missionary, T'ung-chau

Goodrich, A. M., second lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings Goodridge, R., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow Goodwin, W., (H. Sietas & Co.) assistant, Chefoo Goodwin, Staff Sergt. J., clerk, Brigade office

Goolamally Mahomedazum, Mahomedan priest, Shanghai Goolamboosen, A., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) Shanghai Goosmann, J., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf Gordo, U. F., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Gordo, F. J. F., private clerk, Register department, Macao Gordo, G. F., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Gordon, J., assistant engineer, Chinese gunboat An-lan, Canton Gordon, A. G., (Inglis & Co.) assistant, Spring Gardens Gordon, Rev. M. L., M.D., missionary, Kioto

      Gordon, H. L., (China & Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Shanghai Gordon, Rev. R., M.A., missionary, Amoy (absent)

Gordon, W. G., (Gordon Bros.) commission agent, Hankow Gordon, C. W. (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow Gore-Booth, R. H., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila Gore-Booth, E. H., broker, Shanghai

Gorham, C. L., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Gorham, J., (Gorham & Warburton) stevedore, Hiogo (absent)

Gorlach, W. H., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Akitsushima-maru, Tokio

Gorman, H. J., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Gorostiza, A. de, apoderado, hospicio de San José, Manila

Gort y Gigo, J., professor de farmacia, university, Manila

Gosano, L., ensign of police, Macao

Gott, J. A., (E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co) chief clerk, Queen's road

Gottburg, W., M.D., physician, Shanghai (absent)

Gotte, R., (De Bay, Gòtte & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Gottlieb, F. H., senior magistrate, protector of immigrants, &c., Penang

Götz, W., (Moalle & Co.) assistant, Amoy

Gondareau, G., wine merchant, Yokohama

Gough, Rev. F. F., M.A., missionary, Ningpo

Gouilloud, L., merchant, Ta-lay Buildings, Shanghai

Gouineau, pilot, Saigon

Goularte, D., (National Bank of India) clerk, Queen's road

Goularte, J. B., clerk, Procurador's department, Macao

Goulbourn, W., clerk, Victoria Gaol

Gould, J. E., instructor, Naval college, Tokio

Gould, C., teacher, Government service, Tokio

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Gould, E. B., assistant, British consulate, Bangkok

Gould, J., overseer of Hongkew roads, Municipal Council, Shanghai Gourdin, A. O'D., (Chinese Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Gourg, L., (V. Roque) clerk, Saigon

Gourley, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

Gouts, sub-lieutenant, La Rance, Saigon

Gouvea, Rev. Dean M. L. de, commission of Portuguese missions, Macao

Gouy, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Gove, F., (Wheelock & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Gow, J. L., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Richmond

Gowan, P., M.D., physician to H.M. the King, Bangkok

Gowland, T. G., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Gowland, Wm., F.C.S., metallurgist and chemist, Government mint, Kawasaki Grabe, O., (E. Meyer & Co.) merchant, Tientsin

Graça, J. J. da, Portuguese Minister to China and Japan, and Governor, Macao Graça, V. A. de, merchant, Macao

Graça, F. M. da, vice president of Municipal Chamber, Macao

Graça, L. A. de, Macao

Grace, C. H., (Eastern Extension Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore

Graciano, A., judge of Quiape district, Manila

Gracias, C. J., member of Municipal Chamber, Macao

Gracias, C., clerk, Harbour department, Macao

Gracias, V. J., Macao

Graham, J. W., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Formosa

Graham, W., staff surgeon, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie

Graham, J., watchmaker, jeweller, &c, Singapore

Graham, M., second engineer, steamer A. Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta

Graham, Jas., (Syme & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Graham, C. G., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Graham, W., chief engineer, Miten Bishi str. Urada-maru, Japan

Graham, G. G., stevedore, Bangkok

Gram, C. C., Maritime Customs godown keeper, Pootung, Shanghai Granado, J., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Granados, G., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Grand, Rev. J. P., French missionary, Kanburi, Siam

Grandpierre, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Canton

Grandpré, C. de, (J. B. Lehman) assistant, Saigon

Granger, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Granier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Grant, W., (New Harbour Dock Co.) blacksmith, Singapore Grant, J., (McAlister & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Grant, P. McGregor, (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Grant, Chas., (Kelly & Walsh) assistant, Shanghai

Grant, W., captain of tug boats, Taku

Grant, J., (New Harbour Dock Co.) supt. shipwright, Singapore

Grant, J., (D. Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Grant, C. Lyall, (Adamson, Bell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Grant, P. V., (Boyd & Co.) engineer, Shanghai

Grassi, A., (J. Grassi and brother) builder, contractor, &c., Bangkok

Grassi, J., (J. Grassi and brother) builder, contractor, &c., Bangkok Grauert, H., merchant, Yokohama

Graves, Rev. R. H., missionary, Canton

Gray, J. W., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Gray, A. T., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Gray, Ven. J. H., M.A., Archdeacon of Victoria, Canton (absent) Gray, J., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Gray, B. C. T., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Gray, T., Engineering College, Tokio

Gray, H. P., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, and vice-consul for Britain and Italy, Iloilo Gray, R. M., (Reiss & Co.) silk inspector, Praya

Grayston, B. R., (Holl & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Greathead, A., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Greaves, A. R., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Green, J. J., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Green, Jas., (A. W. Glennie) assistant, Yokohama

Green, F. J., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Green, J. G., lieut.-commander, U.S.S. Palos

Green, C. J., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) storekeeper, Singapore Green, Mrs., milliner, Shanghai

Green, Mrs., manager, "Hiogo Hotel," Hiogo

Green, J. H., lightkeeper in charge, Lamocks lighthouse, Amoy Greene, Rev. O. M., missionary, Tokio

Greenough, H., Junr., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Mamila Greenway, E. C., midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis Greenwood, Rev. M., M.A., missionary, hefoo

Greey, H., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Gregory, P. A., clerk, court of requests, Penang

Gregory, M. E., steward in charge, P. & O. steamer Malacca

Gregory, Wm., British Consul, Swatow

Gregory, third engineer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Gregory, J., purser, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Gregory, G. E., English and French teacher, Gov. telegraph school, Tokio

Greig, Sergeant G., military foreman of works, Royal Engineer department Greig, W. G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) agent, Hankow

Greig, R., (Deacon & Co.) tea inspector, Canton

Greig, M. W., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Grelier, E., lithographer, Shanghai

Grenet, Th., consul-general for Peru, Yokohama

Grenier, Rev. C. A., French Catholic mission, Serangoon, Singapore

Grey, G. A. G., lieutenant, commanding H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Grey, T., inspector of police, Central station

Grierson, J. W., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Gries, H., student interpreter, German L gation, Peking

Griffin, J. T., (Cornes & Co.) silk inspector, Yokohama

Griffiths, J. H., carpenter H.B.M.S. İron Duke

Griffiths, D. K., (A-Fong) photographer, Queen's road

Grigor, J. M., acting sub-manager, Hongkong & Shanghai Bank, Queen's road Grill, -, lieutenant, German gunboat Cyclop

Grill, L., purser, steamer Ichang, Hongkong and Canton Grimani, E. H., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Grimble, F., senior clerk, Orduance Store department Grimble, P., chief foreman, Ordnance Store department Grimm, B., (Siam Dispensary) chemist, Bangkok Grimmer, Jas., manager, Temperance Hall, Shanghai Grisdale, B. E., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai Grob, E., (C. Rhode & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Grobien, F. A. F., (Just & Grobien) bill broker, Club Chambers

Grogan, M. E., superintendent, Mission Press, Singapore

Gronner, A., (A. Hoeflich) assistant, Shanghai

Groom, A. H., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Groom, F. A., architect, Shanghai

Groote, Ch. de, Belgian Minister, Tokio

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Groppe, D., assistant surgeon, German gunboat Albatross Grosclaude, E., (E. & U. Grosclaude) watchmaker, Hiogo Grosclande, U., watchmaker, Hankow

Gros-Desband, commander, gunboat Massue, Saigon Grose, F., (Hewett & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Grösser, F., (Grosser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Grosser, E., (Grosser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Grossmann, G. A., (Grossmann & Co.) merchant, d'Aguilar street Grossmann, C. F., (Grossmann & Co.) merchant, d'Aguilar street Grote, M., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf Groth, A., (Klöpfer & Co.) merchant, Manila Groube, F. E., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter Grove, S., commander H.B.M. gun-vessel Lily

   Groves, Rev. W. L., B.A., sub-warden St. Paul's College Grunauer, Louis, (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Swatow Grundy, Rev. J., missionary, St. Stephen's Mission Church Grundy, A., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila Grunwald, F., (II. C. Morf & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Grupe, G., (J. Zobel) chemist, Manila

Grupe, H., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Guarda, E. de la, sub-director de Hacienda, Manila

Guardia, E. de la, ordenador de pagos, Manila

Gubbay, R. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

   Gubbay, M. S., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Gubbins, G. W., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying vessel Sylvia

Gubbins, W. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Gubbins, J. H., acting vice-consul, British consulate, Tokio

Guberres, N. Q., (Hagart & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Guedes, J. M., Jr., commission agent, Queen's road

Guedon, pilot, Saigon

Guego, Rev. M., French missionary, Bang-pla-soi, Bangkok

Guenin, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Guerin, (Lautier & Guerin) hair dresser, Saigon

Guerra, M., chief of armaments, arsenal, Manila

Guerra, F., shipchandler, Manila

Guerrero, J. G., (A. Franco & Co., in liquidation) merchant, Manila

Guerrero, E., m.nistro, tribunal de Cuentas, Manila

Guevara, F., (Inchausti & Co.) clerk, Manila

Guevara, A. L. de, surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Gueve, M., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Calbayog, Philippines

Guierry, Mgr. E. F., Roman Catholic vicar apostolic of Chekiang, Ningpo

Guillarmon, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Guillemin, Right Rev. P. F., French missionary, Canton

Guillen, A., postmaster-general, Manila

Guillot, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Guimarães, Lieut. J. M. T., commander, gunboat Tejo, Macao

Guissani, C., silk inspector, Yokohama

Guixa, Rev. N., Roman Catholic missionary, Amoy

Gulick, Rev. J. T., missionary, Hiogo

Gulick, Rev. O. H., missionary, Hiogo

Gültzow, A., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Gunn, H. W., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Gunn, D. A. M., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) assistant accountant, Hankow

Günther, J. H. C., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor and harbour master, Chinkiang Guppy, H. B., M.B., surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet

Gurts, Dr. A. J. C., board of health, Tokio

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Gusman, S. (Hongkew Hairdressing Saloon) assistant, Shanghai Gussmann, Rev. G. A., missionary, Basil Mission, Nyenhangli

Gutbrod, H., clerk, German consulate, Hingo

Guterres, L. M., (W. V. Drummond) clerk, Shanghai

   Guterres, A. P., acting deputy superintendent, Mercantile Marine office, West point Guth,, sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Cyclop

Guthrie, A., (Guthrie & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Gutierrez, A. A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Gutierrez, J., (Calero & Gutierrez) storekeeper, Manila

Gutierrez e Cerpo, F., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila

Gutierrez, J. P., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila

Gutierrez, F., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Iloilo

Gutierrez, V., assistant, audit department, Manila

Gutierrez, P., restaurant keeper, Manila

Gutierrez, M., clerk, Surveyor-general's office, Gutierrez, Q. J., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya Gutierrez, R. F., printer, Wyndham street

Gutierrez, J. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Gutierrez y Ossa, R., first secretary, Spanish Legation, Peking Gutschmid, Baron von, secretary, of German Legation, Tokio Gutteres, F., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk Hiogo Gutteridge, A. B., engineer, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Gutterres, E. B., (Agra Bank), clerk, Shanghai

Gutterres, D. M., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai Guttierrez, A. M., ensign, National Battalion, Macao

Guttierrez, A. O., (China Fire Ins. Co.) assistant, Queen's road Guzder, F. D., (Nowrojee & Co.) clerk, Hollywood road

Guzman, A. de, (Forbes, Munn & Co.) clerk, Manila

Haas, J., Austro-Hungarian vice-consul, Shanghai Hab, Rev. F., French Catholic mission, Penang Habana, M., trader, Iloilo

Haden, C. S., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Haden, G. W., editor, North China Herald, Shanghai

Hadjeemahomed, A., (Khamisa Jooma) assistant, Wellington street

Hadley, A. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Hadley, A., boiler maker. H.M. Naval Yard

Haeghens, (Messageries Maritimes storekeeper, Saigon

Haenni, C., (Siber & Brennwald) clerk, and chan. of Swiss consulate, Yokohama

Haesloop, L., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Haffenden, J. P., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Haffenden, W. B., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) wharfinger, Singapore

Hagart, H. W., (Hagart & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Hagemann, J., (A. Roensch) assistant, Iloilo

Hagemann, M. F., (J. Ph. von Hémert & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Hagen, C., (Crasemann & Hagen) merchant, & vice-consul for Germany, Chefoo

Hagen, W. N., professor of German and Russian, Peking (absent)

Hagenah, J., messenger, German Legation, Tokio

Hagge, H., (B. Telge & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Haggitt, J. R., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Shanghai

Hague, F., Shanghai

Hague, E. P., (Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hahn, P., surgeon, French protectorate, Cambodia

Halin, A., piano tuner, Fletcher's Buildings

Hailer, L., (Bair & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Hainard, watchmaker, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Haines, H., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Haines, G., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama Hake, Th., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Hakimna, H. R., (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Hale, W. G., (W. G. Hale & Co.) merchant, Saigon (absent) Hales, G., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Hall, J., gunner, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lapwing

Hall, J., fitter, Railway department, Yokohama

Hall, Lieut. Colonel I. F., commanding Royal Artillery in China & Straits Hall, J., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Hall, J. H., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Hall, J. W., accountant and agent of Oriental Telegram Co., Yokohama

Hall, J., veterinary surgeon, French livery stables, Shanghai

Hall, C. P., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Halmhuber, Rev. A., missionary, Osaka

Halsey, J. S., Maritime Customs tide surveyor, and harbour master, Hankow Hamel, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Hamilton, C., third officer, steamer Namoa, Coast

Hamilton, Geo., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Hamlyn, J. C., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Newchwang Hammond, H., quartermaster, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Amoy Hammond, W., chief gunner's wate, Naval department, Tokio Hammond, W. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Hamon, surgeon, French Military detachment, Hanoi Hampshire, F. K., M.B., colonial surgeon, Penang Hams, Miss T. C., (F. C. Brown & Co.) milliner, Amoy Hams, Mrs., (F. C. Brown & Co.) milliner, Amoy

Hance, T. A. W., Maritime Customs assistant, Hankow

Hance, H. F., British Vice-consul, Whampoa

Hancock, S., (E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.) engineer, store ship, Singapore Hancock, W., Maritime Customs assistant, Peking

Hancock, A., bill and bullion broker, "The Castle

Hancock, S., bill and bullion broker

Handel, H., (Kilner & Handel) tailor, Yokohama

Handley, E. F., third engineer, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok Hanisch, S. J., Maritime Customs tilewaiter, Chefoo

Hanisch, F. O., Maritime Customs exa:: iner, Shanghai

Hanlon, J. M., head master, Victoria Boys' School, Hollywood road

Hannen, R., chief engineer, steamer Danube, Hongkong and Bangkok

Hannen, C., Commissioner of Customs, Foochow

Hannen, N. J., barrister-at-law, and British Crown advocate, Shanghai

Hansen, V. H., (Great Northern Telegrah Co.) electrician, Queen's road

Hansen, C. A., (H. Sietas & Co.) storekeeper, Chefoo

Hansen, A., stevedore, Hiogo

Hansen, H. A., (H. Sietas & Co.) assistant, Chefoo

Hansen, F. J., proprietor, "Cominercial Press," Singapore

Hansen, C., mariner, Bangkok

Hansen, H. A. D., mariner, Bangkok

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Happer, A. P,, acting assist. China Secretary, Inspectorate Ger eral of Customs, Teking Happer, Rev. A. P., D.D., missionary, Canton

Harboard, A. C., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Comus

Harcourt, J. d', ayudante de capitan general, Manila

Harding, J. W., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Harding, H., Yokohama aerated water manufactory, Yokohama Hardoon, S. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Hare, C. W, captain, 27th Inniskillings

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Harford, A. E., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Albatross Hargreaves, Rev. G., missionary, Canton

Harkness, T. G., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Harley, F., (Hongkong Ice Company) assistant, East Point

Harling, G., (Ed. Schellbass & Co.) clerk, Praya

Harling, W. G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

Harlow, L., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tokio-maru, Japan

Harlow, C. H., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Alert

Harman, C. D., (P.M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Harmon, J., (Williams & Co.) commission merchant, Swatow

Harp, J., lightkeeper, Tsing-seu lighthouse, Amoy

Harper, Rev. H. B., chaplain, H.B.M. corvette Encounter Harris, J. B., second officer, P. & O. steamer China Harris, J., (Kobe Iron works) assistant, Hiogo Harris, T., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) gunner, Shanghai

Harris, Wilmer, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Harris, W., shipwright and blacksmith, Swatow

Harris, J., M.D., (Harris & Thornicroft) medical practitioner, Hiogo Harris, Rev. M. C., missionary, Tokio

Harrison. Wm., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila Harrison, G. W. L., staff-surgeon, H.B. M. corvette Modeste Harrison, G. L,, pilot, Singapore

Harrison, G., (G. Harrison & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai Harrison, W. G., Maritime Customs examiner, Hoihow Harrocks, T. W., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Swatow Harrold, F., chief engineer, steamer Kiukiang, Canton river Harry, W., (Cheap Jack & Co.) shipchandler, Shanghai Hart, Robert, inspector-general, Maritime Customs, Peking Hart, G. M., assistant, Municipal Council offices, Shanghai Hart, J., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hart, J. H., Commissioner of Customs, Shanghai Hart, Rev. V. C., missionary, Kiukiang

Harte, M. A., staff-surgeon, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Sylvia Hartmann, J., (A. Cordes & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Hartmann, G., (C. Germann) clerk, Manila

Harton, C. F., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Foochow

   Harton, W. H., Jr., (Gilman & Co.) merchant, Foochow Hartwell, Rev. Charles, missionary, Foochow

Hartwig, F. von, shipchandler, Singapore

Harvey, Ed., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Harvey, Ed., acting lieutenant H.B.M.S. gun-vessel Fly

Harvey, (V. Roque) engineer, Bangkok

Harvie, J. A., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai

Harwood, J. W., chief instructor in gunnery, Anping Forts, Taiwan

   Haselwood, A. H. C., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Yokohama Haskell, F. E., (China & Japan Trading Co.) agent, Shanghai

Hassell, J. G. T., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Hassunally, Motabhoy, broker, Wellington street

Hastings, R., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Takao

Haswell, E. W., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Suminoye-maru, Tokio

Haswell, C. H., Jun., (O. & O.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama (absent)

Hatch, John J., (Hatch & Co.) merchant, and Portuguese consul, Tientsin

Hatchard, C., carpenter, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Hauenstein, G., pilot, Amoy

Haughton, J., (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Gough street

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Haughton, W. A., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Haughton, F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Wênchow Haupt, ensign French frigate Bourayne, Haiphong Hauschild, L., secretary, Hongkong Hotel Co. Hausmett, H., chief engineer, P. & O. steamer Sunda Hausser, P. F., student, British Legation, Peking

Havard, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Havergal, A., lieutenant, H.B. M. surveying-vessel Sylvia

Havies, M. H. R., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Hawes, A. G. S., lieutenant, Naval department, Tokio

Hawes, W. M., nurse, U.S. Naval hospital, Yokohama

   Hawes, J. E., (E. E., Aust., & China Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Saigon Hawes, J. A. (Evans, Pugh & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hawke, Hon. S., naval cadet, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Hawkins, H. Dalton, (R. F. Hoskyns) clerk, Iloilo

   Hawkshaw, H. B., navigating sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Swinger Hawkshaw, C. B., (Brennand & Co.) clerk, Singapore

   Hawkshaw, R. P., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge Hay, Jas., (Chartered Bank of India) sub-accountant, Queen's road

Hay, Drummond, (Wheelock & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hay, G., (Bangkok Saw Mill) superintendent, Bangkok

Hay, C. W., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Hay, C. E., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila (absent) Hayden, G. W., lightkeeper, Shanghai

   Hayes, A. M. E., lieut. marines, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis Haygarth, F. H., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Hayllar, T. C., Q.C., barrister-at-law, Queen's Road

Hayward, W., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Hayward, Geo., warden, Victoria Gaol

   Hayward, E., superintendent of Police, Malacca Hazeland, F., clerk to Puisne Judge, Supreme Court Hazell, W., municipal constable, Yokohama Hazle, Ed., sub-editor, Straits Times, Singapore Hazlitt, A., police force, Hiogo

Head, R. L., (Fergusson & Co.) merchant, Chefoo

Heard, R., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

Hearn, R. H., (A. Dent & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Heather, H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Anping, Formosa

Heather, Staff Commander G. P., R.N., master attendant, H.M. Naval Yard Heaysman, D. S., (Hongkong Hotel) assistant, Queen's road

Heckmann, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Hector, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Hedding, G., (Kaltenbach, Fischer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Hedge, T. B., (Hedge & Co.) merchant, Foochow (absent) Hédoum, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Hee, C. T., M.D., physician to the Siamese Army, Bangkok

Heemskerk, J. J., (P. Maclean & Co.) clerk, & chancelier of Netherlands con., S'hai Heeringen, von, -, sub-lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Heermann, C., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's road

Heick, G., clerk, German Legation, Peking

Heimann, Chas. A., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Heine, J., (Katz Brothers) clerk, Singapore

Heinemann, Paul, merchant, Yokohama

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Heinszen, C., (C. Heinszen & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent)

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Heitor, A., architect, Public Works department, Macao

Helby, E. C. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Sylvia

Helden, E., first mate, Tungsha lightship, Shanghai

Helland, A., secretary, Imperial Arsenal, Foochow

Helland, G. J., (Gt. Northern Tele. Co.) general agent for China and Japan, Shanghai Hellequin, telegraphist, Saigon

Hellstom, J. L., mariner, Bangkok

  Hellyer, F., (Alt & Co., Nagasaki, & Hunt, Hellyer & Co., Hiogo) merchant, Hiogo Helm, A., teacher, Foreign Language School, Tokio Helm, Rev. B., missionary, Hangchow (absent)

Helm, J., (Cliff Dairy) manager, Yokohama Hemert, J. P. von, merchant, Yokohama

Henderson, Arnot, sub-lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Henderson, J., (Boustead & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Henderson, J., (J. M. Lyon & Co.) engineer, Singapore Henderson, Rev. J., acting military chaplain

Henderson, J. J., counsellor-at-law, Shanghai

Henderson, W. A., medical practitioner, Ningpo

Henderson, Jas., merchant, Tientsin

Henderson, Ed., M.D., medical practitioner, & municipal officer of health, S'ghai Henderson, G., clerk, Shanghai Associated Wharves, Shanghai

Henderson, D. M., C. E., chief engineer, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Hendricks, N. T., (Harbour Master's department) clerk, Bangkok

Hendriks, A., clerk, Marine department, Singapore

Hendriks, R., interpreter, German consulate, Bangkok

Hendriks, S. O., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hendriks, D. J., (E. Koek) clerk, Singapore

Hendriks, G., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hendry, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kiushiu-maru, Japan

Henley, L. W., student, British Legation, Peking

Hennequin, L., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central

Hennessy, H. E. John Pope, C.M.G., Governor

Henningsen, J., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Amoy

Henry, M., agent, Messageries Maritimes, and acting consul for Brazil, Manila

Henry, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Henry, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Henry, Rev. B. C., missionary, Canton

Hens, J. Ph., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) merch., consul for Belgium, and Netherl❜ds, Manila Hepburn, S. D., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) Yokohama

Hepburn, J. C., M.D., missionary, Yokohama

Hepper, F. H., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Cebu-

Heras, D. de los, administrator of duties, Manila

Herbst, E., (Heuermann, Herbst & Co.) storekeeper, &c., Queen's road

Herdmann, J., third engineer, P. & O., steamer Malacca

Heredero, S., military aide-de-camp to governor, Manila

Heriot, F. M., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Herman, A. R., (Eastern Extension Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hermann, -, lieutenant, German gunboat Wolf

Hermann, Dr., Foreign office, Tokio

Hermens, A. H., secretary, Netherlands consulate, Singapore Hermoso, R. L., assistant, public works department, Manila Hernaez J., trader Iloilo

Hernandez, L., comandante de Bahia, Philippines

Hernandez, M., chemist and druggist, Malolos, Philippines Hernandez, M., assistant, public works department, Manila Hernandez, F., notario, auditoria del apostadero, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Herndon, C. J., surgeon U.S.S. Palos

Heron, F. G., U.S. vice-consul, Manila (absent) Herrera, F.," Eslablecimiento de Tejido," Manila Herrera, T., "Establecimiento de Tejido," Manila Herrera, J. C., director, Civil Administration, Manila Herring, Wm., major, 27th Inniskillings

Herring, R. D., chief constable, British Legation Escort, Peking Herring, T., (James & Wilson) dairyman, Yokohama

Herrmann, Ed., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila

Herron, H., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Hersen, H., (Societe de Commission, &c.) assistant, Chan-toi, French Cochin China Herton, E., (Herton, & Co.) commission merchant, Hoihow and Haiphong

Hertz, H., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) Shanghai

Hervel, D., missionary, Swatow

Herwig, H., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Herz,-, captain lieutenant, German corvette Luise

Hescroff, T., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tagonoura-maru, Japan

Hesnard, M., teacher, Foreign Language School, Tokio

Hetherington, J. H. cadet, midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Hetherington, T., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Heuckendorff, J. J., (F. A. Schultze & Co.) storekeeper, Newchwang

    Heuermann, F. W., (Heuermann, Herbst & Co.) storekeeper, &c., Queen's road Hewetson, H. W., secretary to municipality, Singapore

Hewetson, C., bandmaster to H. M. the King, Bangkok Hewett, P., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen Hewett, W., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hewitt, G., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hewitt, J. H., chief steward, lighthouse tender Meiji Maru, Yokohama Hewitt, Captain J. R. S. O., R.A.

Hewlett, A.R., H.B.M. consul, Canton

Hext, G., second officer, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Amoy

Hey, E., broker & auctioneer, Shanghai

Heyde, O. von der, (Schriever & Co.) merchant, Haiphong and Hanoi

Heyde, E. von der, (C. Rhode & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Heyden, Dr. van der, medical practitioner, Hiogo

Heymann, J., (Baer Senior & Co.) merchant, and Russian vice-consul, Manila

Hibbert, H. T., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Hickey, J., gunner, H. B. M., sloop, Albatross

Hickey, P. S., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Hickling, H., (Phipps, Hickling & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Hicks, G. W., pilot, Taku

Hicks, J. G., commissioner of customs, Bangkok

Hickson, E., paymaster, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Hidalgo, A., consul for Portugal, Manila

Hieber, G., (G. Hieber & Co.) commission agent, Singapore

Higbee, Capt. J. H., fleet marine officer, U.S. squadron in China and Japan

Higgin, J. L. B, timber merchant, Iloilo

Hilado, C., trader, Iloilo

Hildebrandt, --, lieutenant, German corvette Luise

Hilderbrand, C., (Grosser & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Hill, T. H., Teutonia Estate, Singapore

Hill, Robt. H., (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Hill, G. W., councillor-at-law, Tokio

Hill, J. C., pilot, Taku

     Hill, G. B., commander, receiving ship Nuen-fah, Shanghai Hill, Rev. D., missionary, Hankow

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   Hillier, H. M., Maritime Customs assistant, Newchwang Hilty, R., (Staehelin & Stahlknecht) clerk, Singapore Hinckley, N. B., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Hinds, Rev. J, missionary, Tientsin

Hing, T., (Cobb & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Hinnekindt, E., (E. & H. Hinnekindt) clerk, Singapore

Hinnekindt, H., Junr., (E. & H. Hinnekindt) clerk, Singapore

Hinnekindt, H., (E. & H. Hinnekindt) merchant, & consul for Belgium, Singapore

Hintzmann, W., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hinz, E., constable, Municipal Council, Tientsin

Hippisley, A. E., assistant statistical secretary, Maritime Customs, Shanghai (absent) Hirbec, J. A., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

Hirsbrunner, J., merchant & commission agent, Shanghai

Hirsbrunner, J., (Hirsbrumer & Co.) watchmaker, Shanghai

Hirschberg, lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Hirth, F., acting assistant statistical secretary, Maritime Customs, Shanghai Hitch, F. D., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hoar, J. H., pilot, Ningpo

Hoare, Rev. J. C., M.A., missionary, Ningpo

Hoase, W., husbandry section, home department, Tokio

Hobson, H. E., Commissioner of Customs, Amoy

Hobson, R. M., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Hochreuter, A., mariner, Bangkok

Hockstadt, (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) inspector of police, Singapore

Hodder, R. C., assist, paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet

Hodge, J. W., (J. M. Lyon & Co.) assistant, Singapore

   Hodges, G. J. L., first assistant and interpreter, British consulate, Yokohama Hodges, G., constable, British consulate, Yokohama

Hodgson, John G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) agent, Amoy

Hodsole, R., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore Hoeflich, A., merchant, Shanghai

Hoff, mariner, Bangkok

Hoffer von Hofferfeldt, Chevalier, minister for Austro-Hungary, Peking

Hog, R., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Tokai-maru, Tokio

Hogan, J., chief clerk, court of requests, Penang (absent)

Hogg, E. C., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Hohnholz, H. W., shipchandler, Yokohama

Holburn, R., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kwanko-maru, Tokio

Holcombe, C., secretary and interpreter, U.S. Legation, Peking

Holden, J. C., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) assistant shipwright, Singapore

Hole, C. R., (R. Bourke & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Holemberg, S., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) turner, Singapore

Holhann, Rev. L. J., French Catholic mission, Singapore

Holland, W., assistant, British consulate, Ta ao

Hollander, -, chi f engineer, German corvette Prinz Adalbert Hollander, J. H., (Foochow Dock) clerk, Foochow

Holliday, C. W., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Holliday, J. F., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hollins, H. H., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Holm, A., (Kirchner & Boger) clerk, Shanghai

Holme, R., agent for Jardine, Matheson & Co., and H. & S. Bank, Nagasaki Holmes, F. H., ensign, U.S. sloop Alert

Holmes, E. R., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Holmes, G., ship broker, Norman Cottage

Holmes, H. J., (Stephens & Holmes) solicitor, Club Chambers

Holmogoroff, N., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Holst, F, M., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) electrician, Woosung, Shanghai Holstins, O., assistant, Shanghai Dispensary, Shanghai

Holt, Rev. W. S., missionary, Shanghai

Holtermann, Dr. A., Imperial Itospital, Niigata

Holtham, E. G., principal engineer, Government railway service, Tokio

Holtman, P., quartermaster, Customs cruiser Ching Chich, Canton

Holwill, E. T., Maritime Customs assistant, Kiukiang

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Holz, J. C. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tientsin Homes, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

   Honey, G. A. K., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, Manila Hont, Rev. A. d', French missionary, Bangkok

Hood, Hon. H. N. S., commander, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus Hood, W., in charge P. & O. coal depôt, Yokohama

Hooglandt, L. D. A., (Hooglandt & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Hooper, W., (Medical Hall) proprietor, Nagasaki

Hooper, W., assistant steward, H.B.M. Naval Hospital, Yokohama

Hooper, C. F., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

   Hopkins, G., captain, steamer Rajanattianuhar, Bangkok and Hongkong Hopkins, L. C., assistant, British consulate, Shanghai

Hopkins, G. G., freight and coal broker, Shanghai

Hopkins, W., butcher, Shanghai

Hoppius, H., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

   Horan, W., assistant commissary, Ordnance Store Department Hore, Thos., chief usher, Supreme Court, Shanghai

Horn, R., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Horne, T. W., (Bradley & Co.) godown-keeper, Swatow

Hörning, J., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Horridan, F., gunner, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Horsburgh, David, second engineer, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok

Horsey, H. K., assistant clerk, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Horspool, G., chief inspector of police, Central station.

Hort, H., (Hughes & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Horton, W., inspector of brothels, Wanchai

Hosie, A., assistant, British Consulate, Foochow

Hoskings, T. J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner (absent)

Hoskings, R., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Hoskyn, R. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Sylvia

Hoskyn, R. F., merchant, Iloilo

Hoskyn, H. C, (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Gabut, Philippines Hosley, L., (Variety Store) assistant, Hiogo

Hospital, C., teniente, cuerpo de ejercito, Iloilo

Hossunjee, D., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) merchant, Gage street

Hostalot, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Hotham, C. F., captain, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Houatt, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore

Houdinet, clerk, Chamber of Commerce, Saigon

Honette, officer of Ordinance, French frigate Armide

Hough, B. F., acting second officer, Revenue cruiser Feihoo, Swatow

Hough, R., assistant Maritime Customs, Chinkiang

Hough, H., cable foreman, E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co., storeship, Singapore

Houin, telegraphist, Saigon

Houstin, lime-kiln, Pnom cau-lorg, Cambodia

How, A. J., broker, Shanghai

Howard, J. J., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Howard, E., (P. M. S. S. Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Howard, W. G., (W. B. Spratt & Co.) engineer, Praya central-

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Howard, W. C., harbour master, Amoy

Howe, Sergt. J., clerk, Army pay department

Howe, H. A., Jr., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Howell, J., inspector, river police, Shanghai

Howes, J., inspector of nuisances, &c., Municipal Council, Shanghai

Howie, W., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) mert. & vice-chairman, M. Council, Shanghai

Howie, Robt., (Deacon & Co.) silk inspector, Canton

Hoyland, J. P., captain, steamer White Cloud, Macao and Canton

Huart, C. J., student interpreter, French Consulate, Shanghai

Hubbard, I. C., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Toyoshima-maru, Tokio

Hübbe, P. G., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hubenet, H., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Sumida-maru, Tokio Hubor, A., commissioner of Customs, Swatow

Huber, H., (Kaltenbach, Fischer & Co.) merchant, Singapore Hubert, d', surgeon, La Rance, Saigon

Hubert, J., merchant, Saigon

Hubrig, Rev. F., missionary, Canton (absent)

Huc, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Huchting. F., (Rodewald & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hudson, J., (Hudson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Hudson, J. S., (Hudson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo

Huérbana, T., (J. J. Reyes) storekeeper, Bohol, Philippines Hughes, H., missionary, Hiogo

Hughes, Geo., commissioner of Customs, Chefoo

Hughes, T. F., deputy commissioner of Customs, Shanghai Hughes, E. J., (Hughes & Legge) clerk, Queen's road

Hughes, S., (Reiss & Co.) tea inspector, Praya

Hughes, J. C., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Hughes, J. R., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) accountant, Singapore

Hughes, R., (Hughes & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Hughes, W. Kerfoot, (Hughes & Legge) broker, Queen's road

Hülse, W., (Dircks & Co.) merchant, aud cousul for Denmark & Sweden, Swatow Human, Wm., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Humbert, professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

Humblot, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Humby, J., proprietor, "Empire tavern," Queen's road central

Hume, A., assistant paymaster in charge H.B.M. gun-vessel Moorhen

Hume, H., clerk, telegraph service, Yokohama

Hummel, G. L., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Humphrey, H. J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Taumaura-maru, Japan

Humphreys, J. D., proprietor, Hongkong Dispensary, Queen's road

Humphreys, W. G., (J. G. Smith & Co.) clerk, Duddell street

Hungerford, R., surgeon mn jor, army medical department

Hunt, J., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Hunt, J. H., Maritime Customs clerk, Newchwang

Hunt, H. J., (Alt & Co. Nagasaki, and Hunt, Hellyer & Co., Hiogo) merchant, Nagasaki Hunte, F., proprietor, Globe Hotel, Bangkok

Hunter, Lieut, H. C., navigator, U.S. sloop Alert

Hunter, W. L., merchant, Foochow

Hunter, R., planter, Takéo, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Hunter, J. M., quarter-master, Customs cruiser Peng-chao-hai, Canton

Hunter, R. P., (Jardine Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hunter, E. H., (Hunter & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Hunter, J., M.D., missionary, Newchwang

Hun er, A. C., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Huntington, C. L., commander, U.S. sloop Alert

Huon, A., police force, Hingo

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Hurley, R. C., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Hurlimann, G., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Hurst, R. W., assistant, British consulate, Chefoo

Husband, J. N., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Hussey, P., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kokonoye-maru, Tokio

Hutchings, C. H., (Wm. Papps & Co.) wine and spirit importer, Shanghai

Hutchinson, W. B., paymaster R.N., in charge of H.B.M. Naval Yard, Shanghai

Hutchinson, F., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Hutchinson, W. L., M.D., physician, Bangkok

Hutchinson, Rev. A. B., missionary, St. Stephen's mission church (absent)

Hutchison, R. W., master mariner, Hongkong

Hutchison, J., assistant overman, Keelung Colliery, Keelung

Hutchison, J. D., merchant, Arbuthnot road

Hutchison, J. D., (Strachan & Thomas) clerk, Yokohama

Huteau, (Banque de l'Indo Chine) sub-accountant, Saigon

Hutton, W., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hyde, captain, steamer Ban Yong Seng, Bangkok and Singapore Hyde, W. L., (James & Wilson) clerk, Yokohama Hyde, W. W., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) Shanghai Hykes, Rev. J. R., missionary, Kiukiang

Hyndman, E., (China Sugar Refinery Co.) assistant, East point Hyndman, José, assistant judge, Macao

   Hyndman, H., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Hyndmann, F., professor of English, St. Joseph's College, Macao Hynes, Wm., clerk, H.M. Naval Yard

Hyver, J. P., commission agent, Nagasaki

Ibañez, P. B., (Viuda Loyzaga & Co.) assistant, Manila

Ibañez, F. B., (Viuda Loyzaga & Co.) assistant, Manila Ibarry, M., sub-intendente, administration, Manila Iboleon, F., capitan, Cuerpo de Ejercito, Iloilo

Iburg, C., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

lburg, J. C. H., music teacher and piano tuner, Shanghai Icaza, J. de, (Pasco Rope Factory) agent, Manila

Idinaëli, director of D'Adran School, Saigon

Idle, Miss, (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Ifland, A., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Canton

Ignatieff, J. P., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Hangkow

Ignatio, T., (Thos. Ignatio & Co.) auctioneer and barber, Shanghai

Ilbert, A., (Ilbert & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Illere, P., teacher, Seminario Conciliar de Jaro, Iloilo

Illies, C., (Kniffler & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Imbrie, Rev. W., missionary, Tokio

Impey, G., foreman mechanic, Government railway service, Yokohama

Inchausti, R. C., (Inchausti & Co.) clerk, Manila

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Inchausti, J. J. de, (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, & director Banco Español Filipino, Manila

Inglis, G., chief engineer, P. & O. steamer Malacca

Inglis, W. F., (Inglis & Co.) assistant, Spring Gardens

Inglis, John, (Inglis & Co.) engineer, Spring Gardens

Innes, T., (Innes & Keyzer) merchant, Iloilo

Innes, R., (Oriental Bank) acting accountant, Queen's road

Innocent, J. W., Maritime Customs clerk, Tak...w

Innocent, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin

Inverarity, A. J. M., (Chartered Bank) acting agent, Manila

Irminger, F., (Gt. Northern Telegraphi Co.) electrician, Amoy

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Irquierdo, M. professor de notoriado, University, Manila Irving, Hon. C. J., resident councillor of Malacca

Irving, E. A., auditor general, Singapore

Irving, J. B., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Irwin, Dr. Andrew, medical practitioner, Tientsin

Isaac, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Isaacs, R., (R. Isaacs & Brother) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Isaacs, Israel, (R. Isaacs & Brother) merchant, Yokohama

Isaacson, J. F., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Kiukiang

Isaka, T. M., (Hudson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Isidore, H., bill collector, Saigon

Ismael, S. A., (Hongkong Hotel) assistant, Queen's road

Iversen, F. W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Seirio-maru, Tokio

Iveson, Egbert, (Iveson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Iwersen, H., consul for Germany and acting consul for Belgium, Nagasaki Izolphe, E., (Geo. Polite) assistant, Shanghai

Jacinto, M., (Guichard et Fils) clerk, Manila

Jack, E., engineer, Customs cruiser Shen-chi, Canton

Jack, W., (Gcto Tankesha) captain of tug, Nagasaki

Jackson, D., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Jackson, O., second engineer, steamer Kiukiang, Canton river

Jackson, Ed., (Barretto & Jackson) broker, Manila

Jackson, Thos., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) chief manager, Queen's road

Jacot, E., Yokohama

Jacquemain, clerk, Governor's office, Saigon

Jacques, butcher, Saigon

Jaffray, A., "Golden Gate" livery stable, Yokohama

Jago, C. W., assist. paymaster in charge, H.B.M. dispatch vessel Vigilant Jahrling, Valerio, naval storekeeper, Cebu

Jalandoin, M., trader, Iloilo

Jamasjee, J., cotton and yarn broker, Hollywood road

Jambu, R. S., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Jame, G., notary public, Saigon

James, J. M., instructor, Naval College, Tokio

James, W. H., staff commander, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

James, J., Rabin Gold Mines, Bangkok

James, T. H., navigating lieutenant, Naval College, Tokio

James, F. S., (Fraser, Farley & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

James, H. G., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) merchant, Queen's road central

Jameson, J., (V. Roque) superintending engineer, Saigon

Jametel, M., student interpreter, French Legation, Peking

Jamie, R., (Singapore Dispensary) druggist, Singapore

Jamieson, C., Maritime Customs commissioner (absent)

Jamieson, R. Alex., M.D., consulting physician to Maritime Customs, Shanghai Jamieson, W. B., broker, Shanghai

Jamieson, W., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) agent, Nagasaki

Jamsetjee, E., (Cursetjee Wookerjee) merchant, Peel street

Jamsetjee, P., broker, Peel street

Janet, acting surveyor, Saigon

Janin, R., assistant, public works department, Manila

Janns, H., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton

Jansen, J. E., (A. Steinmetz) clerk, Shanghai

Jansen, M., (E. Meyer & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Jansen, A., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Jansen, D. C., proprietor and manager, "Astor House" hotel, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Jantzen, C., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Jaques, J., first-class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai Jarek, mariner, Bangkok

  Jardine, W., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) foreman, Singapore Jardine, James, M.D., physician, Kiukiang

Jarmain, J. J., superintendent of cemetery, Yokohama Jarman, J. H., (Rose & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Jaume, J., procurador, Seminario Consiliar de Jaro, Iloilo Javier, J., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) clerk, Manila Jean, Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Jeanningros, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Jeffery, C. C., navigating sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito Jeffrey, R., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore Jeffries, H. U., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Jenkins, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Jenkins, J. T., lightkeeper, Ockseu lighthouse, Amoy

Jenkins, Rev. H., missionary, Shaoshing, Ning po

Jenkins, W., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow

Jenkins, M. A., interpreter, United States Consulate, Hankow

Jenks, Dewitt C., M.D., missionary, Hiogo

Jennings, J., surgeon, H.B.M. gun vessel Fly

Jennings, T. C., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor and barbour master, Chefoo Jensen, A., clerk, Police Court, Penang

Jensen, J. M., (China and Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Jerdein, F., (Jerdein & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Jerdein, M. S., merchant and commission agent, Chinkiang Jeremiah, R. P., acting chief clerk, court of requests, Penang Jeremiah, C., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore Jesena, D., trader, Iloilo

Jessen, J., captain, steam tug Cape Clear, Bangkok Jesus, J. M. de, (F. M. de Jesus & Co.) assistant, Bangkok Jesus, F. V. de, (F. M. de Jesus & Co.) assistant, Bangkok Jesus, J. V. de, professor "Escola Commercial," Macao Jesus, C. de, (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Jesus, J., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Jesus, F. M. de, (F. de Jesus & Co.) storekeeper, Bangkok

Jesus, A. F. de, clerk, Foreign Office, Bangkok

Jesus, J. V. de, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Kowloon

Jesus, J. J. de, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company) clerk, Aberdeen

Jesus, J. M. de, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company) clerk, Aberdeen

Jewett, F. F., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Jeyes, H. O., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Jezewski, J. von, boat officer, Maritime Customs, Swatow

Jiminez, C., officer, guard civil veterana, Manila

Jiminez, J. C., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila Joakim, J., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Johannes, S. P., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Johanssen, C. H., M.D., physician, Amoy

John, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore John, Rev., Russian Greek Orthodox mission, Peking John, M. H., pilot, Singapore

John, Rev. G., missionary, Hankow

Johns, A. J., assistant engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Johnsford, A., tax collector, Municipal Council offices, Shangbai

Johnson, O., assistant, British Consulate, Amoy

Johnson, G. F., (P. & O. S.N. Cɔ.) chief clerk, Shanghai

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Johnson, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy,

Johnson, F., pilot, Foochow

Johnson, M., quartermaster in charge, Customs revenue steam launch Yi-hu, Canton Johnson, W. G., (Johnson & Co.) auctioneer, Hiogo

Johnson, A. B., (Sharp, Toller & Johnson) solicitor, Supreme Court house

Johnson, M. S. commander, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Johnson, F. B., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, & consul for Denmark, Shanghai Johnson, J., M.D., medical officer, British consulate gaol, Shanghai

Johnston, A., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Johnston, J. C., Maritime Customs clerk, Hoihow

Johnston, A., (W. B. Spratt & Co.) shipwright, &c., Praya

Johnston, A. D., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Newchwang

Johnston, H. A., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Johnston, Sir Wm., Bart., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant & cashier, Shanghai Johnston, R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Johnston, W., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila Johnston, Jas, M.D., medical practitioner, Shanghai Johnston, Jas., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Johnston, W. C., (Johnston & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Johnstone, R., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Jokee, P. B., (D. D. Öllia & Co.) clerk, Amoy.

Jones, W. C., (E. E. Australia & China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Saigon Jones, Jas., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Jones, E. P., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler

Jones, T. F., (Hedge & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Jones, Rev. A. G., missionary, Chung Chowfoo, Chefoo

Jones, D., (Union Insurance Society) agent, Shanghai

Jones, J. D. C., (E. E., Aust. & China Telegraph Co.) electrician, Singapore Jones, E. B., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) agent, Yokohama

Jones, M., clerk, Supreme Court, Shanghai

Jones, T., (Jones & Phillips) exchange broker, Foochow

Jones, T. M. R., district engineer, Government railway service, Kobe

Jones, J. H., constable, British consulate, Whampoa

Jones, C. H., clerk, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Jooma, Esmail, (Khamisa Jooma) agent, Wellington street

Jordan, P., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

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Jordan, J. N., assistant, British Consulate, Shanghai

Jordana y Morera, M., inspector of forests, Manila

Jordana y Morera, R., inspector general de montes, Manila

Jorey, E. B., accountant, H. M. Naval Yard

Jorge, C., student interpreter, procurador's department, Macao Jorge, C., professor, commercial school, Macao

Jorge, A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Jorge, E. A., (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Praya

Jorge, H., (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Shanghai

Jorge, P., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Jorge, F., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Jörgensen, mariner, Bangkok

Jörgensen, J., pilot, Newchwang

Jörgenson, A., pilot, Newchwang

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Jornales, F., restaur int " De San Vicente," Manila José, Felix, lightkeeper, Square Island, Ningpo Joseph, I., (Abraban Ezra & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Joseph, E. H., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya Joseph, C., (Bangkok Saw Mill) assistant, Bangkok Joseph, E., (Manasseh, Aaron & Co.) merchant, Singapore

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Josephs, S., third engineer, P. & O. steamer China Josephs, T., (J. M. Lyon & Co.) assistant, Singapore Josephs, J., (Evans & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Joubert, A. J., director, Thabert School, Saigon

Joubert, paymaster, French Military detachment, Hanoi

  Jouet, E., shipbuilder, Government naval department, Yokosuka Jouffroy d'Abbans, Le Comte, chancelier, French Consulate, Singapore Jourdau, Rev. N., Roman Catholic missionary, Chefoo

  Jourdan, P., assistant, Messageries Maritimes coal depôt, Yokohama Journet-Chabanit, Mmc. E., proprietor Hotel de l'Europe, Saigon Jouslain, J., consul for France, Hiogo

Jonve, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Jouvet, G, (Behre & Co,) clerk, Saigon

Jouvet, A., commission agent, Saigon

Jové, S., assistant, public works department, Manila Juan, A. San, assistant, Mint, Manila

Juan, V. San, (Genato & Co.) clerk, Manila

Jubean, mecaniciene, French corvette, Champlain

Jubin E., (Jubin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Jubin, C., (Jubin & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Jucker, A., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) merchant & acting consul for Italy, Bangkok

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

Judah, J. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya Central

Judah, J. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Ningpo

Jüdell, L., (Herton & Co.) clerk, Hoihow

Juéry, H., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Yokohama

Julien, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

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  Jullien, St. Cyr, (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) merchant, & Italian con., Bangkok (absent) Jung, Rev. S., secretary, French mission, Bangkok

Junied, S. J. bin O. A., Ottoman consul, Singapore

Junor, Rev. K. F., missionary, Tamsui

Junquitar, M. G., fiscal, Tribunal de Cuentas, Manila (absent)

Jurgens, H., broker and auctioneer, Shanghai

Jürgens, R., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Jürgensen, H., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Jürgensen, J., pilot, Shanghai

Just, H. Z., (Just & Grobien) bill and bullion broker, Peddar's hill

Jnster, John, proprietor, "Liverpool Arms" tavern, Queen's road central Jzirgin, J. J., (N. A. Nefedicff) clerk, Tientsin

Kabler, W. R., Shanghai

Kabler, W. F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Kahn, C., (Reiss & Co.) merchant, Praya

Kalb, Moritz, (Reiss & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Kammerer, Rev. P., missionary, Basil Mission, Lilong

Kamp, G., quarter-master, Customs cruiser Yu-min, Canton Kampt,, zablmeister, German corvette Prinz Adalbert Karanjia, B. P, (B. S. Bhasania) manager, Canion Karl, E., assistant protector of Chinese, Penang Katrak, M. H., (S. R. Futtakia) manager, Canton Katz, C., (Deetjen & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Kaufmann, A., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore Kay, R., husbandry section, home department, Tokio Keating, J., (T. N. Driscoll) assistant, Queen's road Keeble, W., J. G. Smith & Co.) clerk, Duddell.street Keetch, J. Z., (Kobe Iron Works) bookkeeper, Hiogo

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Kehding, F., (Remé Brothers) clerk, Singapore

Keiser, J., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's road

Kell, Geo., staff surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Keller, F., (Sieber-Waser) clerk, Shanghai

Keller, E. A., (Lutz & Co.) merchant, and vice-consul for Switzerland, Manila Keller, Jno., assistant, Sailors' Home, West point

    Kellett, L. H., M.B., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen Kelley, J. P., P. A. engineer, U.S.S. Monocacy

    Kellmann, E., (Putfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Kelly, M. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Wuhu Kelly, K. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Hankow Kemp, W. T., (J. Grassi & Brother) assistant, Bangkok Kempermann, P., vice-consul for Germany, Peddar's Hill Kennedy, J. Y., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Singapore Kennedy, A. E. Clark, lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Kennedy, J. Gordon, secretary and chargé d'affaires, British Legation, Tokio

Kennedy, J., chief engineer, steamer A. Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta

Kennedy, J., (Horse Repository) proprietor, Garden road

    Kennedy, H., third officer, steamer A. Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Kenney, E. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Kent, mariner, Bangkok

Ker, R. A., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Keib, F., (Lamache & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Kergaradec, Count de, French consul, Hanoi

Kerr, J. G., M.D., secretary, Medical Missionary Society, Canton

Kerr, J., assistant engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Kerr, Capt. J. M., paymaster, 27th Inniskillings

Kerrien, in charge of public works, Saigon

Keswick, J. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, & act, con. gen. for Portugal, Y'hama Keswick, Hon. W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) mert., & con. gen. for Hawaii, Queen's road Keun, C. F., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Singapore

Keymeulen, J., Maritime Customs clerk, Keelung Keyzer, J. de, fiscal, Tribunal de Cuentas, Manila Keyzer, A., (Innes & Keyzer) merchant, Iloilo Khamisa, A. M., dealer in millinery, &c., Peel street Khamisa, N. M., dealer in millinery, &, Peel street Khimjee, B., (E. Pubaney) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace

Kiær, H., broker and consul for Denmark, and Norway & Sweden Kiddle, C. D. W., clerk, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Kidner, W., (Kidner & Cory) architect, Shanghai (absent)

Kierulff, P., commission agent and storekeeper, Peking

Kilby, É. F., (Hudson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Kildoyle, Ed., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Fuso maru, Tokio

Killeen, C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Kilner, W., (Kilner and Handel) tailor, Yokohama

Kinch, Ed., husbandry section, home department, Tokio

Kindblad, A. W., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow

Kinder, C. W., civil engineer and surveyor, Shanghai

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Kinder, (Colliery, Engineering and Mining Co.) collier, Tientsin Kindleberger, D., fleet surgeon, U.S. Squadron in China and Japan King, G. J., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

King, Sergt. W., in charge Police Station, Aberdeen King, C. H., (Brand Bros & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

King, Geo., missionary, Kansuh

    King, A., Ishikawa Dock and Engine, works, Yokohama King, P. H., Maritime Customs assistant, Chefoo

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Kingdon, E. J., carpenter, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Kingdon, N. P., (Kingdon, Schwabe & Co.) merchant, Yokoham a

Kingsell, F., printer, Yokohama

Kingsmill, Thomas W., civil engineer and architect, Shanghai

Kinnear, H. R., (Westall, Galton & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Kip, Rev. L. W., missionary, Amoy (absent)

Kirby, C., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shangbai

Kirby, A., (Kobe Iron Works) assistant, Hiogo

Kirby, J., gunner, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Kirby, E. C., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Kirby, R., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Kirchhoff, E., (Remé Brothers) clerk, Singapore

Kirchhoff, H., (Vogel & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Kirchner, A., (Kirchner & Böger) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Kirkpatrick, M. C., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Singapore

Kirkwood, T., chief engineer str. Esmeralda, Coast

Kirkwood J., first engineer, Revenue steamer Fei Hu, Swatow (absent) Kirkwood, M., barrister-at-law, Yokohama

Kitts, Rev. J. T., missionary, Ching-chau-foo, Chefoo

Kiupping, E., examiner, Postal department, Tokio

Klamperemeyer, F., proprietor, "International Hotel," Praya

Klassen, J. H., (Cameron, Dunlop & Co) clerk, Singapore Kleinwächter, G., Maritime Customs a sistant, Swatow Kleinwächter, G. H. J., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Kleinwächter, F., Commissioner of Customs, Chinkiang

Kleinwort, G., (Langgard, Kleinwort & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Kleinwort, O. A., (Langgaard, Kleinwort & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

   Kliene, A., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor and harbour-master, Tientsin Klinck, C., engineer, Santa Mesa rope factory, Manila

Klindt, mariner, Bangkok

Klitzke, Pastor E., superintendent, Berlin Foundling hospital, High street Klöpfer, E., (Klöpfer & Co.) merchant, Manila

Klopp, H., (De Bay, Gotte & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Klünder, R., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Penang

Knäpel, F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Kniffler, F. T. H., Tokio

Knight, W., lightkeeper, Tungsha lightship, Shanghai

Knight, F. P., Shanghai

Knight, W., butcher, Chefoo

Knobloch, A. von, vice consul, German consulate, Hiogo

Knoepfler, J. L., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Knoop, J., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Knott, R., pilot, Shanghai

Knowles, J. S., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shaughai

Knox, Rev. G. W., missionary, Yokohama

Knox, Ed., baker, Bangkok

Knox, T. G., British political agent and consul-general for Siam, Bangkok (absent).

Knudsen, mariner, Bangkok

Kobke, F. C. C., surveyor and Danish Consul, Bangkok

Koch, T. A., proprietor, "Astor House Hotel," Tientsin

Koch, H., (H. Koch & Co.) merchant, Niigata

Koch, F., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Canton

Kock, M., usher, German consulate, Shanghai

Koek, E., attorney, Singapore

   Konitz, A. L., (Robinson & Co,) assistant, Singapore Koester, captain, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

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Koffer, Th., proprietor, Medical Hall, Queen's road Kofod, F. A., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai Kofoed, mariner, Bangkok

Koger, W., (G. Hieber & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Kohrt, P., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Kolegin, W. T., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Foochow Kölling, W., secretary, German consulate, Shanghai

Kolvig, F., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Nagasaki Könager, -, assistant surgeon, German corvette Luise

Koolakoff, A. F., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Kalgan Koosnetzoff, W. M., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow Kooystra, H. W. P., paymaster, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Kooznetsoff, A. N., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Kopke,, zablmeister, German gunboat Wolf

Kopp, C. O., (C. Gerard & Co.) shipchandler, &c., Amoy Kopsch, H., commissioner of Maritime Customs, absent Korschelt, O., professor, Medical College, Tokio

Kostileff, B., student interpreter, Russian Legation, Tokio

Kotwall, D. R., (Sorabjee Mancherjee & Co.) clerk

Koyander, A., secretary of Russian Legation and chargé d'affaires, Peking

Kraal, S. A., (Dobie & Co.) clerk, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Kraghi, C. H., Gt. Northern Te'egraph Co.) ag, nt, Foochow

Krall, J. (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Krall, P. C., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Anping, Formosa

Kramer, J., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) silk-inspector, Canton

   Kraul, W. H, second berthing officer, Harbour Master's Department, Shanghai Krauss, A., (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Krebs, F., director M.B.M.S.S. Co., Tokio

Krebs, C., (Melchers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Krecker, Rev. F., M.D., missionary, Tokio

Krencki, R. von, vice-consul for Germany, Shanghai

Krey, W., Maritime Customs assistant (absent)

Krien, F., interpreter, German consulate, Yokohama

Krogmann, H., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Krohn, C., pilot, Takao

Krohn, W., (Schönfeld & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Krohn, W., (Kumpers & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Krüger, J., (L. Vrard & Co.) assistant, Tientsin

Krummes, C., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Kruse, mariner, Bangkok

Küchler, L. W., student interpreter, British Legation, Tokio Kugelmann, G., farrier, Singapore

Kuhhardt, E. H. M., (C. & J. Favre-Brandt) agent, Hiogo

Kuhk, E., (W. Meyerink) clerk, Shanghai

Kablmann, H., (Kruse & Co.) tobacconist, &c., Queen's road

Kühnell, M., chemist, Manila

Kurtzhalss, A., (A. Markwald & Co.) merebant, Bangkok

Kyle, Ed., (Kiangnan Arsenal) foreman forger, Shanghai

Kyle, J., (Kyle & Bain) proprietor, Hongkong Ice Co., East Point

Labarrière, De, chief of staff, French Naval Squadron

Labastie, ensign, French frigate Bourayne, Haiphong

Labedan, J. B., restaurant keeper, Manila

Labhart, J. C., consul for Austria-Hungary, and acting consul for Germany, Manila Labussiére, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Lacan, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

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Lacaze, G., Saigon

Lacaze, A., storekeeper, Saigon

Lacaze, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon Lacombe, clerk, Governor's office, Saigon Lacote, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Lacourne, lieutenant, French corvette Champlain Lacroix, commander, gunboat Hache, Saigon

Lacruz, J., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Lacy, O. M., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio Ladage, A., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai Ledesena, P., merchant, Iloilo

Ledesena, F., trader, Iloilo

Laen, P. L., (P. L. Laen & Co.) storekeeper, Tientsin Lafont, F., assistant, Mint, Manila

Lafrentz, C. F., (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Lafrentz, C., (Put farcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Lago, J. M., (Reyes & Co.) assistant, Manila.

Laber, A., instructor, Naval College, Tokio

Laidlaw, W., (Boyd & Co.) tea inspector, Tamsni aud Keelung Laidler, T. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Taku

Laidrich, F., (L. Vrard & Co.) watchmaker, Shanghai (absent) La Iloy, H., merchant, Iloilo

Laine, Silva, watchmaker, Manila

Laird, W. D., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore Laird. Chas., ensign, U.S.S. Palos

Lajeat, G., (Lacroix, Cousins & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lake, Edward, (G. W. Lake & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

Lala, R., manager, French Hotel, Manila

Lalande, clerk, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Lalcaca, P. S. M., (Tata & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Lalcaca, E. P., broker, Shanghai

Lallana, B. G. de, commissary, army administration, Manila

Lalljee, M., (Jairazbhoy Peerbboy) clerk, Shanghai

Lalor, J. P., commission agent & public tea inspector, Foochow

Lamache, L., Jr., (Lamache & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Lamache, P., surgeon dentist, Saigon

Lamarque Theinard, commandant, French frigate Armide

Lamas, F., promoter fiscal, Pototan, Philippines

Lambert, E. B., Government School, Niigata

Lambert, R., (Lambert Brothers) coach builder, Singapore

Lambert, E., (Lambert Brothers) coach builder, Singapore Lambert, J. S., surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Lambert, pilot, Saigon

Lambuth, Rev. J. W., missionary, Shanghai

Lamke, J., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Lammert, G. R., auctioneer, &c., Peddar's wharf

Lamond, W., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lamothe, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lampe, L., pilot, Bangkok

Lancelot, F., navigating sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Land, J. M., Maritime Customs examiner, Chefoo

Landale, R. J., missionary, Kuei-yang

Landeira, P., assistant, Custom-house, Manila

Landells, W., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Lander, E., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Laudes, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

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Landstein, W. R., (Landstein & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Lane, R. A., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, and consul for Sweden & Norway, Manila Lang, R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Lang, W., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Shanghai

Langborne, Geo., chief officer, P. & O. steamer Sunda

Langdon, F. G. C., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Langdon, W. C., (Eastern Ext., Aust., and China Tele. Co.) assistant, Saigon

Lange, R., husbandry section, home department, Tokio

Lange, C., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) shipwright, Kowloon

Lange, Dr. R., professor, Medical College, Tokio

Lange, C., mariner, Bangkok

Langfieldt, A., (Langfieldt & Mayers) storekeeper, Yokohama

Langford, G. J., assistant engineer, H.M.S. corvette Comus

Langgaard, T., (Langgaard, Kleinwort & Co.) merchant, Hiogo (absent) Langgard, Dr. A., professor of medicine, Imperial University, Tokio Langlais, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Langlais, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio Langlands, R., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Lanksbury, J., chief engineer, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

   Lanneau de Marey, de, chief of third office direction of the interior, Saigon Lannes, surveyor, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Lanning, H., M.D., missionary, Osaka

Lant, T. J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Ningpo

Lansac, de, lieutenant, French frigate, Armide

Lanuza, J., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila Lanyon, T. J., assistant clerk, H.B.M.S. Comus

Lapraik, John S., (D. Lapraik & Co.) merchant, Praya (absent) Larcina, J. N., chancellor, Spanish consulate, Singapore Laredo, J. M. de, chief clerk, Intendencia de Hacienda, Manila Large, J. F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

   Lark, S. E., assist. paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Frolic Larkin, T. J., district superintendent of telegraphs, Kobe Larnaudie, Rev. F. L., French missionary, Siam (absent) Larran, M. L., commandant of cavalry, Manila

Larre, L. J. y, assistant, Army administration, Manila

Larrin, D., ayudante of Garrison, Manila

Larrinaga, N. de, (Larrinaga & Co.) merchant, Manila

Larroque, lieut.-colouel of troops, Saigon

Lartigue, (Societe de Commission &c.) assistant, Cambodia

Lassalle, secretary, French Protectorate, Cambodia

Lasserre, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Lataste, (Denis Frêres) clerk, Saigon

Latham, H., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Latham, H., United States vice-consul general, Shanghai

Latinde, J., captain, guarda civil veterana, Manila

Latroulle, assistant surgeon, French corvette Kerguelen

Lattanna, B. G. de, first commissary, Army administration, Manila

Latty, E. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Laub, G., (Canton Dispensary) assistant, Canton

Laucaigne, J., Catholic Bishop, Nagasaki

Laughrin, H., engineer, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Lauré, -, clerk, Privy Council. Saigon

Laurent, (Messageries Maritimes) assistant, Saigon

Lautier, (Lautier & Guerin) hair dresser, Saigon

Lauts, J., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Laval, inspector of police force, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Lavaur de Ste. Fortunade, Vt. de, third secretary, French Legation, Peking Lavastre, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic Mission, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Lavers, E. H., (Forrester, Lavers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Lavino, G., acting consul for Netherlands, Penang

   Lavrentieff, T. N., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang Law, R., (Associated Wharves) accountant, Shanghai

Law, H. D., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Lawrence, J., second officer, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton Lawrence, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Lawrence, S. F., constable, British Consulate, Nagasaki Lawrenson, R. C. P., fleet surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Lawson,, third engineer, steamer Hailoong, Coast

   Lay, W. T., Maritime Customs commissioner, Tamsui and Keelung Lay, A., Maritime Customs assistant in charge, Hoihow

Layton, De Westley, (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Layton, B., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lazaroo, V. W., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Leaman, Rev. C., missionary, Hangchow

Learned, Rev. E. W., missionary, Kioto

Leatherbarrow, T. M., in charge of powder depot, Harbour Master's department Leavitt, Rev. H. H., missionary, Osaka

Le Barzic, ., commander, gunboat Hallebarde, Saigon

Lebedeff, R. N., (Pia koff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Fouchow

Lebedeff, N. R., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Lebedeff, J. R., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) merchant, Hankow Lebrun,, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Lebrun, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lebury, J., (P. & O. S.N. Co.) office gunner, Praya

Lechler, Rev. R., missionary, Basil Mission, and acting military chaplain

Leckie, Chas., (Borneo Company) clerk, Singapore

Leckie, John, (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, Yokohama

Le Clerc, director of central station, telegraph service, Saigon

Lecocq, sub-chief, direction of the interior, Saigon

Lecomte, D., Roman Catholic missionary, Yokohama

Leconte, nav. sub-lieutenant, steamer Du Couedic, Saigon

LeCoq, E., first lieutenant, Chinese gunboat Tsing-po, West coast

Lecot, telegraphist, Saigon

Lee, John, assistant inspector of brothels, Wanchi

Lees, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin

Lees, W., pilot, Hiogo

Lefavour, G. B., first officer, steamer Kinkiang, Hongkong and Macao

Lefebvre, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Lefèvre, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Legarda, T. P., (J. M. Tuas ɔn & Co.) merchant, Manila

Legaux, (Banque de l'Indo-Chine) clerk, Saigon

Leger, L., (Banque de l'Indo Chine) manager, Saigon

Legge, W. H., quarter-master in charge, Customs cruiser Hsuan-wei, Canton

Legge, W., (Hughes & Legge) broker, Queen's road

Le Glay, Julien, (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central

Le Gludic, pilot, Saigon

Legrand, harbour master, Haiphong

Legrand, A., wine merchant and commission agent, Canton

Legras, ensign, French frigate Bourayne, Haipoong

Legras, A., ingenieure, travaux publics, French Municipal Council, Shanghai Lehmann, J. B., agent, Saigon Rice Mill, Saigon

Lehmann, R., Kioto, Japan

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Leicester, S., chief clerk, Police Court, Penang

Leicester, W. S. N., (John Little & Co ) clerk, Singapore

Leigh, Albert, manager and secretary, Amoy Dock Co., Amoy

Leip, F., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Praya

Leiria, A., clerk, Post-office

Leisk, W. R., (E. & H. Hinnekindt) merchant and acting Consul for Belgium, Singapore Leite, E. P., addido, Colonial Secretary's Offico, Macao

Leite, L. P., clerk and notary public, Macao

Leith, A., (Hongkong & Shangha Bank) agent, Foochow Leithen, R., von der, Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo Leizer, A., Customs service, Bangkok

   Lemaire, G., consul for France, Canton, acting consul, Shanghai Lemaire, naval cadet, French frigate Armide

Lemarchand, F. W., (Agra Bank) manager, Shanghai Lemaréchal, Rev. J. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Le Marquand, officier d'administration, French corvette Kerguelen Lembke, Justus P., merchant and commission agent, Club Chambers

Le Mée, l'Abbé, curate of Saigon

Lemercier, E., wine merchant, Singapore

Lemonnier, Rev. E., procureur general, French Roman Catholic Mission, Staunton street Lemos, J. C. de, lieutenant, commanding Tapa fort, Macao

Lemos, Jose de, judge's clerk, Macao

Lent, Wm., broker, Shanghai

Lent, R. J., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai (absent)

Lentz, A., Hiogo

Leny, A. C., "La Estrela del Norte," Manila

Lenz, T., (Faber & Voigt) merchant, Hingo

Lenzy, N., vice-consul, Russian consulate, Hankow

Leo, Brother, director, West Point Reformatory

Leon, E. de, (G. M. Galen) assistant, Manila

Leon, J., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Leonard, J. T., second engineer, steamer Rajanattianuhar, Hongkong & Bangkok

Léonetti, surveyor, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Lépissier, C. L., Maritime Customs assistant (absent)

Lerena, Ignacio de Soto, Spanish Consul, Singapore

Leroux, J., first lieutenant, Chinese gunboat Ching-tsing, Canton

Lesage, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lesage, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Lesberel, Chas., proprietor, "British Crown Tavern," Queen's road central

Lesli, C. R. E., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lapwing

Leslie, S., Maritime Customs assistant, Foochow

Lesslar, H., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Lessler, Paul, (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent)

Lester, H., architect, &c., Shanghai

Letchford, R. H., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lethbridge, G., (Oriental Bank) acting manager, Singapore

Letv.noff, S. W., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Leusch, R., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Levy, C., manager, Echo du Japon, Yokohama

Levy, S. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central Levy, A., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Lévy, C., proprietor, Echo du Japon, Yokohama

Levysohn, A. C., consul for Netherlands, Canton (absent) Lewis, W., constable, British Consulate, Amoy Lewis, B., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Lewis, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Wuhu

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Lewis, E., watchman at Pokfoolum, Surveyor-general's department

   Lewis, A. J., (China Fire Insurance Company) assistant, Queen's road Lewis, Evan, "British Queen" tavern, Yokobama

Lewis, G., ship broker, Shanghai

Lex, E., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Leyburn, F., (Odell & Leyburn) merchant, Foochow Leyenberger, Rev. J. A., missionary, Ningpo (absent) Leyser, A., inspector, Maritime Customs, Bangkok Leysner, C. E. A., merchant & German consul, Niigata Liaigre, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai Lichelle, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lichtenstein, L., Yokohama

Liddell, J. G., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) superintendent, Kowloon Liddell, W., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore

Liddell, A., (Amoy Dock Co.) engineer, Amoy

Liddelow, R., (Sayle & Co) tailor, draper, &c., Singapore

Liddle, H., editor, Hiogo News, Hiogo

Liebert, Alfred, (Hamilton, Gray & Co) clerk Singapore Liedeke, L., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo Lieder, P., (B. Telge) clerk, Shanghai

Liger, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon Lightwood, H., chief officer, steamer Namoa, Coast

Liley, W. T., second officer, steamer Rajanattianuhar, Bangkok & Hongkong Lillibridge, H. P., merchant and acting Hawaiian consul-general, Yokohama Lima, M. S., (Dunn, Melbye & Co.) clerk, Praya

Lima, F. M., (De Souza & Co.) clerk, d'Aguilar street Lima, J. M. O., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya Limos, V. de P. C. de, assistant, Mili ary hospital, Macao Lincoln, C. P., United States consul, Canton

Lind, A. A., (Coare, Lind & Co.) silk inspector, &c., Canton Linde, F. D., proprietor, "Star Hotel," Queen's road west Lindsay, Geo., (C. Dowdall) clerk, Shanghai

Lindsay, J., inspector of police, Central Station

Lindsay, G. A. (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lindsley, John, (Frazar & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Linés, B. T. y, commissary, army administration, Manila Lines, A. J., (H. Fogg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Linklater, M., pilot, Swatow

Linstead, T, G., (Linstead & Co.) merchant, Queen's road (absent)

Liontel, deputy judge, tribunal first instance, Saigon

Liotard, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lison, J., commissary, army administration, Manila

Lissa, A. M. van, (Van Lissa Brothers) instrument maker, Yokohama

Lissa, J. van, (Van Lissa Brothers) instrument maker, Yokohama

Lissa, L. A. P. van, (Van Lissa Brothers) assistant, Yokohama

Lister, Wm., marine surveyor for London & German Lloyds, Newchwang

Lister, A., Postmaster-general and collector of Stamp Revenue

Litchagoff, C. T., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) clerk, Haukow

Litchfield, H. C., barrister-at-law, Yokohama

Little, M., (John Little & Co.) warehouseman, Singapore

Little, R., M.D., Singapore Dispensary, Singapore

   Little, R. W., (Little & Co.) merchant, and chairman Municipal Council, Shanghai Little, L. S., M.D., physician to General Hospital, Shanghai

Little, Arch. J., (Little & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Littlefield, C. W., paymaster, U.S.S. Palos

Liva, J., telegraph clerk, Manila

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Livesey, J., engine driver, Hongkong Fire Brigade

Livingston, T., pilot, Taku

Livingston, J., constable, river police, Shanghai

Livingstone, H. W., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Hiogo (absent) Lizarraga, T., merchant, Iloilo

Lloyd, Rev. L., missionary, Foochow

Lloyd, J. T., (Powell & Co.) auctioneer, Singapore

Loam, W. B., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Lobo, Dr. B., medical practitioner, Macao

   Lobo, A. F., secretary, Public Works Department, Macao Lobo, F. da C., lawyer, Macao

Lochhead, John H., M.D., Elgin street

Lockhart, J. H. S., cadet, civil service, Hongkong

   Loercher, Rev. J., missionary, Basil Mission, (absent) Loff, J. de, "Hotel de la Paix," proprietor, Singapore

Loff, P. H., chief officer, steamer Rajanattianuhar, Hongkong and Bangkok Loft, L., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Loftus, A., Government surveyor, Bangkok

Logan, J. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Logan, D., Solicitor general, Singapore

Lohan, O., secretary, German Consulate, Singapore

Lobmann, H., (Lohmann & Co.) tailor, &c., Yokohama

Lombard, Rev. E., French missionary, Mu'ang Phrom, Baugkok Loney, R., Lloyds' agent, Iloilo

Long, B., compositor, Japan Herald office, Yokohama

Longford, J. U., second assistant, H.B.M. Court, Yokohama

Longman, H., second officer, receiving ship Emily Jane, Shanghai

Lopes, C. V., lieutenant, National Battalion, Macao

Lopes, C. F. X., (Typographia Mercantil) compositor, Macao Lopes, T. M., (Mrs. J. F. Rose) clerk, Queen's road

Lopes, L. J., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Lopes, L. L., light keeper, Cape d'Aguilar

Lopes, C. J., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road

Lopez, D. V., assistant, Customs house, Manila

Lopez, E., alferez, cuerpo de ejercito, Iloilo

Lopez y Solano, S., ayudante, inspection de montes, Manila

Lopez, J. L. y, assistant, Custom house, Manila

Lopez, C., vice-consul for Portugal, Iloilo

Lopez, P. C., assistant, exchequer department, Iloilo Lopez, C., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Lopez, E., clerk, Procurador's department, Macao Lopez, V., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) clerk, Manila Lora, A., capitan, Guardia civil veterana, Manila Lorberg, E., (Sander & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Lord, C. A., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton

Lord, F., gunner, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton

Lord, Rev. E. C., D.D., U.S. consul, and missionary, Ningpo

Lording, W. S., deputy supt. of mercantile marine office, West point (absent)

Lores, M., clerk, Harbour Master's department, Iloilo

Lorgeou, acting French consul, Bangkok

Loriquet, Rev. F., Roman Catholic mi sienary, Shanghai

   Lösch, E., (Lösch & Fairless) merchant, Shanghai Loubens de Verdalle, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

   Louis, Rev. W., Rhenish Missionary Society, Fukwing Loup, F., (L. Vrard Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Loup, P., (L. Vrard & Co.) storekeeper, Tientsin

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Loureiro, J. da S., consul for Portugal, Chancery lane Loureiro, E., assistant, Portuguese Consulate, Chancery lane. Lourenço, F., boatswain, Water police, Macao

Lousteau, overseer of quays, Saigon

Louvel, officer of ordnance, Saigon

   Love, A. N., captain steamer Kiungchow, Coast Love, J., Junr., (Love & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Loveday, G. J., boatswain, H.B.M. gun vessel Hornet Lovell, M., Jr., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Loveridge, T., (Robinson & Co.) draper, Singapore Low, E. G., (Fearon, Low & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Low, F., (Fearon, Low & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Lowcock, Hon. H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Aberdeen street Lowder, J. F., counsel to Japanese Customs, Yokohama

Lowder, G. G., first class clerk, Maritime Customs (absent)

Lowe, Robt, chief engineer, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok

Lowe, S. S. (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Lowe, J., gunner Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton

Lowell, J., proprietor, "Union Hotel," Singapore

Lower, A. C., naval cadet, H.B.M.S. Comus

Lowndes, R. W., broker, Queen's road east

Lowry, Rev. H. H., missionary, Peking

Lowson, J. W., lieutenant, Customs cruiser Peng Chao Hai, Canton

Loxton, W., municipal police sergeant, Yokohama

Lübbes, H., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Lubeck, N., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Luca, Count. F. de, minister resident for Italy, Peking

Lucas, Henry, merchant, Hiogo

Lucciana, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Luccumsey, Jairazbhoy, (R. Habibbhoy) manager, Shanghai

Luce, G. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hoihow

Luceno, P., accountant-general's office, Manila

Luchsinger, R., (Luchsinger & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Luchsinger, F., merchant, and vice-consul for Germany, Iloilo (absent)

Ludewig, J., chemist, Manila

Ludlam, T. E., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Luedar, C., consul-general for Germany, Shanghai

Lugo, C., (F. Engler & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Luhrss, W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Luiz, R. M. y, intendente, administratavo del Ejercito, Manila

Luna, S. G., secretary, conseja de administracion, Manila

Luna, F. S., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Luneau, A. M. C. Roman Catholic missionary, Hiogo

Luong, P., clerk, Municipal departinent, Saigon

Luperne, pilot, Saigon

Luther, C. A., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Luther, H., (Langgard, Kleinwort & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Luther, E. W., surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge

Luther, C. F., constable, river police, Shanghai

Luther, W. H., Maritime Customs chief examiner, Newchwang

Lütjens, J., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Lutz, first clerk, Direction of Interior, Saigon

Lutz, C, (Lutz & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent) Luz, S. E. dla, (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Luz, F. P. da, Major, commanding Monte fort, Macao Luz, M., printer, St. Joseph's College, Macao

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Luz, L. J. da, (C. Edbrook) assistant, Shanghai

Luz, P. da, compositor, Daily Press office

Luz, V. E. da, Procurador's department, Macao

Luz, L. J. N. da, lightkeeper, Shanghai

Luz, F. M. da, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Amoy

Luz, J.A. da, proprietor, Commerical Printing office, Wyndham street

Luz, A. J. F. da, clerk and interpreter, Portuguese consulate, Bangkok Lyall, Alexr., medical missionary, Swatow

Lyall, R., (Norton & Co.) merchant, Praya Central

Lyell, T., marine surveyor, Chefoo

Lynborg, C. P. C., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Tamsui

Lyon, M., (J. M. Lyon & Co.) engineer, Singapore

Lyon, Rev. D. N., missionary, Hangchow

Lysaught, W. M., inspector in charge of Naval Yard Police

Maack, H. F., (Remé Brothers) merchant, & Italian vice-consul, Singapore

Maack, J., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

MacArthur, J. R., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) merchant, and Consul for Denmark, Singapore Macavoy, W. R., chief engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Frolic

Macbean, A. C., (Chartered Bank of India) acting accountant, Manila

MacCarty, E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

MacClymont, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

MacDonald, J., chief engineer, steamer Albay, Coast

MacDonald, T. J., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

MacDougal, Dr. A. M., physician, Shanghai

MacEwen, A. P., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Praya

MacFarlane, E., M.D., missionary, Ichang

MacFarlane, W., reporter, Shanghai Mercury office, Shanghai

Macfarlane, J., commissary, Commissariat and Transport Department

MacGibbon, T., merchant, Iloilo

Macgowan, D. J., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Macgowan, D. J., M.D., physician to U.S. Consulate, Shanghai

Macgowan, Rev. John, missionary, Amoy

Macgregor, R., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tientsin

MacGregor, J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Queen's rcad

Macgregor, J., (A. Provand & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Machado, A., (Rozario & Co.) clerk, Stanley street

Machado, M., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street

Machado, F., clerk, Harbour-master's office

Machado, F. G., postmaster, British Post-office, Shanghai

Machado, J. M. É., clerk, Post-office

Machefer, F., (Pharmacie Française) Yokohama

MacIntyre, Rev. John, missionary, Newchwang

Mackay, A., manager, "The Dispensary," Singapore

Mackay, Geo. D., (W. F. Stevenson) assistant, Manila

Mackay, Rev. G. L., missionary, Tamsui

Mackenzie, S., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Mackenzie, M., Maritime customs tide waiter, Shangbai

Mackenzie, Jas., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Mackenzie, J. K., medical missionary, Tientsin

Mackenzie, R., (Mackenzie & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai

Mackenzie, Rev. H. L., M.A., missionary, Swatow (absent)

Mackenzie, Geo., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, and Consul for Denmark, Manila

Mackertoom, J. G., (C. Poisson & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mackey, Jas., Maritime Customs assistant in charge, Wenchow

Mackie, A., inspector of police

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Mackie, J. B., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent)

Mackinnon, W. A., C.B. deputy surgeon general, Army Medical department Mackintosh, E., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Queen's road

Mackintosh, L., (Chalmers, Mackintosh & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai (absent) MacLagan, R., engineer, Government mint, Kawasaki

MacLaren, Rev. S. G., missionary, Tokio

Maclay, R. H., interpreter, United States Consulate, Shanghai

Maclay, Rev. R. S., D.D., missionary, Yokohama

Macleau, G. F., merchant, and consular agent for Japan, &c., Chefoo

Maclean, H, C., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Maclean, W. S., (Blain & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Maclean, P., (P. Maclean & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Maclean, Daniel, (D. Maclean & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Maclehose, J., (McEwen, Frickel & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Macleod, A. H., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Manila

Macleod, J. F., (Macleod & Co) clerk, Manila

Macleod, Neil, (Henderson & Macleod) medical practitioner, Shanghai

Macleod, N., (Macleod & Co.) merchant, Manila and Cebu

Macleod, A. S., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Manila

Macomber, W. H., Shanghai

Macphail, T., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Macpherson, D., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Foxhound Macpherson, A. J., merchant, Yokohama

Macpherson, M. T. B., (Browne & Co.) clerk, Hiogo (absent)

Mactavish, A. B., captain, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Madar, M. H., clerk, Commissariat and Transp rt department

Madar, I. P., (Hongkong Hotel) clerk, Queen's road

Madar, A. R., clerk, Colonial Treasury

Madden, M., (Howard, Erskine & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Madders, H. J., M.D., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Madrigal, I., professor de Farmacia, Universidad de Filippinos, Manila

Maecker, A., (A. Roensch) assistant, Manila

   Maertens, A. H., public silk inspector, and commission merchant, Shanghai Maestre, M., treasurer, Mint, Manila

Magalhaes, J. d'O., adjutant, Military Battalion, Macao

Magalhães, F. S.. civil doctor, Manila

Magdalena, S., pr. visor, ecclesiastical department, Iloilo

Madely, G. H., staff surgeon, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Maget, surgeon, French troops, Haiphong

Maher, J. M., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Maher, J. A., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Maher, M. M., (M. A. dos Remedios) clerk, Macao

Mahnz, H., Hiogo

Mahomed, E. J., (N. M. Khamissa) draper, Macao

Mahomed, E., (Jairazbhoy Pee.bhoy) clerk, Wellington street

Mahomed, M., (Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy) manager, Wellington street

Mahometand, D., timber merchant, Iloilo

Mahon, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Chinkiang

Mahoney, C., gunner, H B M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Mahoney, J., gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Maies, C., chancellor, Netherlands Consulate, Yokohama

Maies, W. H., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Shario-maru, Tokio Maigre, R., (Maigre & Co.) engineer, Yokohama

Maigre, L., (Maigre & Co.) assistant, Yokohama. Main, B. E., Siamese Navy, Bangkok

Main, J. L., captain, steam tug Indra, Bangkok

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Main, W. A., (Chartered Bank of India &c.) agent, Singapore Maire, E., captain of French frigate Bourayne, Haiphong Mairin, J. S., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Foochow Maisonneufve-Lacoste, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon Maitland-Dougall, W. H., flag lieutenant, British Navy Maitland, F. J., (Maitland & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Maitland, A. W., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) assistant accountant, Foochow Maitland, J., (J. Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Maitland, J. A., (Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Maitre, naval cadet, French corvette Champlain

Majan, J., colonial treasurer, Manila

Major, Ernest, general manager, Shun-pau office, Shanghai Major, F., (Major & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Malantic, R., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Malapert-Neufville, von,, sub-lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert Malcolm, J., Maritime Customs mechanic, Shanghai

Malcolm, W. A., (Malcolm, Willcox & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Malegin, A. P., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Malende, A., interpreter, Russian Legation, Tokio

Malherbe, R. de, (Bovet Bros & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Malherbe, L., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent) Malibram, A., assistant, andit department, Manila

Mallart, first lieutenant, French troops, Haiphong

   Mallent, G., professor of medicine, University, Manila Mallory, L., proprietor, Hongkong Timber Yard, Wanchai Man, J. Alex., Maritime Customs commissioner, Wuhu Mañano, R., medical practitioner, Iloilo

Manasseh, S., (Manasseh, Aaron & Co.) merchant, Singapore Manau, assistant treasurer, Saigon

Manecjee, Jamsetjee, shopkeeper, Peel street

Maneckjee, E., (Merwanjee, Maneckjee & Co.) manager, Canton

Manger, A. T., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) merchant, Praya

Manguat, first clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

   Mangum, W. P., U.S. consul, and acting consul for Portugal, Nagasaki Manissol, Rev. C., French Catholic Mission, Penang

Manley, E. H. R., (P.M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Mann, W., (Whitfield & Dowson) assistant, Yokohama

Manners, T. N., Maritime Customs tide surveyor & Harbour Master, Takao Mannich, J., (J. Mannich & Co.) merchant, Takao

Manning, C. J., M.D., Tokio-fu Hospital, Tokio

Mansfield, R. W., acting British vice-consul, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Mansfield, Geo. J., (W. Mansfield & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Manson, W., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Manson, P., M.D., physician, Amoy

Manuel, V., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Cebu

Manyoo, butcher and compradore, Bangkok

Manz, J., (Hirsbrunner & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Mapa, V., solicitor, Iloilo

Marassi, E., civil doctor, Manila

Marcaida, A., (Ayala & Co.) clerk, Manila

Marcaida, Dr. F. de, profesor de derecho civil, University, Manila

Marcaida, J. J. de, pawnbroker, Manila

Marçal, A., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street

Marçal, S., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, D'Aguilar street

Marçal, J. F., foreman, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

Marçal, E. M., chief clerk, Colonial Treasury, Macao

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Marçal A. A., proprietor and publisher, Amoy Gazette, Amoy Marçal, D. F. R., overseer, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

Marçal, F. S., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Marçal, F. de P., ajudante, Revenue department, Macao

Marcar, M., (Edgar & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Marchand, V., manager, Société Agricole, etc., Pnom-penh, Cambodia Marchant, Wm., boatswain, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Marcus, S. R., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Foochow Marcus, W. I. J., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) godown clerk, Singapore Marcus, S., (S. Marcus & Co.) importer, Yokohama (absent) Marcus, A., (S. Marcus & Co.) importer, Yokohama Marcus, E., (S. Marcus & Co.) importer, Yokohama Mardfeldt, J. F., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf Margotin, lime-kiln, Phnom-cau-long, Cambodia

Maria, S., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Marians, M., Yokohama

Marians, J., Yokohama (abser t)

Marie, mecanicien, French frigate Armide

Marietta, S., coffee house keeper, Saigon

Marin, P., sugar manufacturer, Iloilo

Marin, J. P., telegraph official, Manila

Marin, Rev. J., secretary, French mission, Bangkok

Marin, Rev. J. M., missionary, Hakodate

Marin, pilot, Saigon

Markert, F. A., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Markham, W. H. W., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M gunboat Swinger Marks, L., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Markwick, R., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Marmand, Rev. F., Roman Catholic mis ionary, Nagasaki

Marquand, Le, executive officer, French corvette, Kerguelen Marquant, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Marques, F. J., assistant juige, Macao

Marques, F. M. P., student interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao Marques, A. M. P., professor, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Marques, T. M., clerk, Municipal Chamber, Macao

Marques, D. P. d'A, clerk, Public Works department, Macao

Maiques, D. S., (F. Blackhead & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Marques, C. V. M., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Marques, E. J., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Yokohama

Marques, E., interpreter, procurador's department, Macao

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Marques, F.J., lieut., teacher of mathematics and navigation, Government school, Macao Marques, Lourenço, merchant, Macao

Marques, E. Pio, (L. Marques) clerk, Macao

Marques, F. P., treasurer, Municipal Chamber, Macao

Marqueti, M. P., merchant, Manila

Marquis, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Marr, Thos., reporter, China Mail office, Wyndham street

Marrable, J., telegraph instructor, Government telegraph service, Tokio

Marréchal, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Marris, Rev. G., mis-ionary, Canton

Marrot, Jr., storekeeper, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Marrot, Vve., storekeeper, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Marsh, Hon. W. H., Colonial Secretary and Auditor General

Marsh, S., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Marshall, T. C., (Shanghai Mercury office) assistant, Shanghai

Marshall, A. C., (Chartered Bank of India) sub-accountant, Queen's road

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Marshall, T., assistant, North China Herald office, Shanghai Marshall, W., (H. Abrams) assistant, Singapore Marshall, D. H., Engineering College, Tokio

Marshall, F. J., surveyor, H.B.M. Works department, Shanghai Marshall, John, harbour master, Hiogo

    Martel, A., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton Martellière, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Marti, F., abogado fiscal, Supreme Court, Manila Marti, V., (J. Zobel) assistan', Manila

Marti, P., (J. Zobel) assistant, Daraga, Philippines Marti, B., "Los Catalanes," Manila

Marti, M., civil doctor and professor, University, Manila Martin, P., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Martin, V., medical practitioner, Manila

Martin, P., surgeon major, army medical department, Manila Martin, A. L., assistaut, public werks d partment, Manila Martin, R. H., boatswain, H.B.M. corvette Comus Martin, H. C., lieutenant, H.B M. sloop Albatross Martin, C. J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Martin, J., professor of medicine, University, Manila Martin, J., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Singapore Martin, J., medical practitioner, Iloilo

    Martin, R., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya Martin, M., (Moses & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Martin, C. F., husbandry section, home department, Tokio

Martin, A. S., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esma 1) clerk, Gage street Martin, Dr. G., professor, Medical College, Tokio Martin, "Restaurant de Tonquin," Haiphong

Martin, telegraphist, Saigon

Martin, A. M., (John Little & Co.) warehouseman, Singapore Martin des Pallières, (Messageries Maritimes) agent, Saigon Martin, G., Junr., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) merchant, Manila Martin, H. Wm., mining engineer, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki Martin, W. A. P., LL.D., president, College of Peking, Peking Martin, Rev. J. P., Roman Catholic pro-vicar apostolic, Bangkok Martin, J., (Martin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Martin, J., Junr., (Martin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Martin-Lanciarez, Cav. E., secretary, It. lian Legation, Tokio Martinet, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Martinet, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai Martinez, F. de P., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila Martinez, J., capitan, guardia civil veterana, Manila Martinez, E., assistant, public works department, Manila Martinez, J., army medical department, Manila Martinez, R. S. J., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) c'erk, Mauila Martinez, P. F., recioneres, cabildo eclesiastico, Manila

Martins, R. F.. (Celestial Empire office) foreman, Shanghai

Martins, C. F. F., acting inspector, inspeccam do Almexarifado de Guerra, Macao

Marty, A. R., merchant and commission agent, Queen's road

Marty, P., (A. R. Marty) assistant, Queen's road

Martyn, Miss, (Mrs. E. Á. Vincent) assistant, Yokohama

Marvin, A. T., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Marzal, J. de N., interpreter, Spanish Legation, Peking Marzano y Puig, B., secretario, Ayuntamiento, Manila

Marzano, Dr. M., profesor de derecho civil, University, Manila Mas, A. de, assistant, public works department, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

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Masius, F., (A. Markwald & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Masius, W., (A. Markwald & Co.) mert., & Austro-Hungarian con., Bangkok (absent)

Mason, W. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinking

Mason, Geo., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Mason, W. B., clerk, Government telegraphs, Tokio

Massa, V., abi gado, Iloilo

Masse, H., post master and treasurer, Haiphong Masse, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Massé, assistant treasurer, Colonial Treasury, Saigon. Massie, J., International Hotel, Nagasaki

Masters, Rev. F., missionary, Farshan

Mata, M. F., escribano, Alcaldias Mayores, Iloilo Matchitt, H., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road Mateer, Rev. C. W., missionary, Tung-chow-foo Mateling, G., clerk, German consulate, Amoy

Mather, H. L., lightkeeper, Green Is and lighthouse

Mathews, D. J. (W. Mansfield & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mathews, W. G., inspector, Government telegraph service, Tokio

Mathieson, J., inspector of police, central station

Mithiew, commander, French corvette Kerguelen

Mathisen, W., (Behre & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Matthews, E. S., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Kokonoye-maru, Japan

Matti, F., (F. Matti & Sons) watchmaker, Manila

Matri, J. M., (F. Matti & Sons) watchmaker, Manila

Marti, F. G., (F. Matti & Sons) watchmaker, Manila Maundrell, Rev. H., missionary, Nagasaki

Maureau, sub-lieutenant, Antilope, Saigon

Mauris, ayudante of cavalry, Manila

Mauss, slaughter-honse foreman, Saigon

Maw, D., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mawbey, Rev. W. G., medical missionary, Hankow

Mawhood, F., proprietor, Shanghai Horse Repository and Carriage Factory, Shanghai Maxwell, J. B., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Maxwell, Jas., el rk, H.B.M, corvette Charybdis Maxwell, R. W., superintendent of police, Singapore May, S. N., lieutenant, U.S.S. Richmond

May, W. B, sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus May, J. C. P. D., foreign secretary, lower court, Hiogo May, J. H., Maritime Customs tidesurveyer, Shanghai May, A. J., fourth master, Central School

May, F. N., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai May, G. storeman, H.M. Naval Yard

Mayer, Alb., contractor and timber merchant, Saigon Mayers, Jos. L., (Langfieldt & Mayers) clerk, Yokohama

Mayet, P., counsellor, Finance Department, T kio

Mayhead, T., (W. Birt & Co.) h de inspector, Shanghai

Mayne, J. G., second lieutenant. 27th Inniskillings

Mazey, Rev. C., French Catholic Mission, Polo Tikus, P nang

McAlpine, J., engineer, steam tug Cape Clear, Bangkok

McBain, Geo., broker, &c., Gough street

McBaskell, N., second officer, steamer Esmerald, Hongkong and Manila

McBean, T. R., usher and bailiff, Supreme Court

McBreen, Jas. J., staff clerk, Military Secretary's office

McBride, J. A., Ph. D., M.R.C. V.S., husbandry section, home department, Tokio

McCallum, H., apothecary, Governm nt Civil Hospital

McCallum, J., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

McCallum, A., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai McCance, R., (H. Pagden) assistant, Yokohama McCappin, A., Upper Yangtsze Pilot, Shanghai

McCarthy, W., second assistant and interpreter, British Consulate, Hiogo McCaslin, C., master Tug-boat Association, Shanghai

McClatchie, Rev. T., D.D., canon of the Cathedral, Shanghai

McClellan, W., inspector of cargo boats & junks, Harbour Master's department McCloskey, J. H., colonial surgeon, Province Wellesley

McConachie, A., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, d'Aguilar street

McCondach, J., (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co.) shipwright, Kowloon McCormick, P. J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Sakio-maru, Tokio McCoy, Rev. D. C., missionary, Peking

McCracken, T., second engineer, steamer Ichang, Hongkong and Canton McCulloch, J., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) coppersmith, Singapore

McCulloch, D., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

   McCulloch, J. B., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Manila McDermott, R. H, (Chapman, King & Co.) clerk, Shanghai McDonald, Jas., (Chartered Bank) sub-accountant, Singapore McDonald, Rev. D., M.D., missionary, Tokio

McDonald, A., third engin er, C. N. Co.'s steamer Newchwang, Coast McDonald, C., pilot, Shanghai

McDonald, J. R., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road McDonald, W., broker, and Government surveyor, Yokohama

McEuen, J. P., R.N., assistant harbour master

McEwen, R., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

McEwen, H. D., chief engineer, U.S.S. Ashuelot

McFarland, Rev. S. G., missionary, Petchaburi, Bangkok

McGavin, J. D., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila McGilvary, Rev. D., missionary, Chiang Mai, Bangkok McGrath, J. J., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai McGrath, T. F., (C. & J. Trading Co.) agent, Hiogo

   McGregor, J., (Chisa Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East Point McGregor, J. H., Yokohama

   McGregor, Rev. W., M.A., missionary, Amoy McIlvaine, Rev. J. S., missionary, Che-nan-foo

McInnes, Alex., (A. Campbell) clerk, Kiukiang

   McInues, Jas., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore McInnes, H. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo McIntosh, W., chief engineer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast McIntosh, W., second engineer, steamer Douglas, Coast McIntosh, J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Amoy McIntyre, A. F., chief engineer, H.M.S. corvette Comus McIntyre, A. J., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore McIver, Rev. Donald, missionary, Swatow

McIver, A., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) superintendent, Queen's road McKe n, E., Commissioner of Customs, Canton

McKechine, A., third officer, Customs cruiser Kua Shing, Shanghai

McKechnie, W., third engineer, steamer Albay, Coast

McKeige, F., (China and Japan Trading Company) assistant, Shanghai

McKerrow, W., (Brennand & Co.) clerk, Singapore

McKibben, Rev. W. K., missionary, Swatow

McKie, Rev. W. J., missionary, Ningpo

McKinney, J., sixth master, Central School, Gough street

McLaren, J., manager, Ice Manufactory, Singapore

   McLaverty, G. A., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Singapore McLean, commandant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

McLean, W., ensign, U.S.S. Monocacy McLean, R. H., master, U.S.S. Palos

   McLean, J., manager, Singapore Steam Saw Mill, Singapore McLean, J, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore McLeish, S. N., (Victoria Dispensary) assistant, Peddar's Wharf McLeod, J., carpenter, P. & O. steamer China

   McLeod, A., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Shanghai McLeod, J., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen street McLeod, E., overseer of works, Surveyor-general's office McMicking, T., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

McMillan, J., Local Postmaster, Shanghai

McMurdo, R., marine surveyor, Hunt's Block

McNab, J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Singapore

McNair, Hon. Major J. F. A., R. A., C.M.G., colonial engineer, Singapore McNicoll, John, fourth engineer, P. & O. steamer Malacca

McPherson, H. A., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

McQuire, F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

McRea, H., master, U.S.S. Richmond

McRitchie, J., A.I.C.E., chief engineer, lighthouse department, Yokohama McThorn, H., pilot, Newchwang

McWatters, John, (John Noble) assistant, Queen's road

Mead, J. G., captain, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Meacham, Rev. G. M., missionary, Tokio

Meade, H. J., Maritime Customs chief tide surveyor, Shanghai

Meade, W. B., navigating lieutenant, H.B.M gun-vessel Kestrel

Meadows, J. J., missionary, Shaohying, Ningpo

Medina, M., assistant, Custom house, Manila

Medina, M. G., notario, Alcaldias Mayores, Iloilo

Meech, Rev. S. E., missionary, Peking

Mees, R. A., (Netherlands Trading Society) clerk, Yokohama

Mehta, R. D., (R. Dhunjeebhoy & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst Terrace (absent) Mehta, H. M., (Framjee Horn usjee & Co.) merc' ant, Hollywood road Mehta, M. S., (Framjee Hormusjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road Mehta, D. C., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Takao

Mehta, B. S., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) merchant and cominission agent, Amoy Mehta, D. M., (Framjee Hormusjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road Meier, A., merchant, Yokohama

Meiklejohn, R., printer, Yokohama

Méilhan, A., (Caré & Co.) baker, Shanghai (absent)

Meily, J. U., "La Luna" Restaurant, Manila

Mein, P. W., (Chartered Bank of India) acting agent, Manila

Meisner, C. F., (Möller & Meisner) ship chandler, Bangkok

Melbye, Emil, (Dunn, Melbye & Co.) merchant, Praya

Meldrum, A., master, Tug Boat Association, Shanghai

Meldrum, O. M., second officer, C. N. Co.'s steamer Newchwang, Coast

Meleutieff, J. E., (N. A. Nefedieff) clerk, Tientsin

Meller, H., auctioneer, Shanghai

Melling, Robt., boatswain, H.M. Naval Yard

Melliza, C., auctioneer, Iloilo

Mello, J. F. de, (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Mello, J. A. F. P. de, sub-lieutenant, gunboat Tejo, Macao

Mellottée, A., elève interprete, French Consulate, Yokohama

Mena, E. L. y, assistant, army administration, Manila

Mencarini, A., Spanish consul, Bonham road

   Menchaca, A., captain, steamer Bacolod, Iloilo Mendel, Wm., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Mendel, L., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Mendendall, T. C., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Mendes, A. N., Junr., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Mendez, F. N., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Mendonça, H. A. M. de, clerk & wardmaster, Hospital de San Rafael, Macao Mendoola, E. (B. A. Barretto & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ménétré, postmaster, Saigon

Mensayas, J., suplente, supreme court, Manila

Mensing I, korvetten-kapitain, German gunboat Albatross

Menzies, A. B., Maritime Customs examiner, Chinkiang

Mercier, first clerk, Privy Council, Saigon

Merenguel, A., chemist, Manila

Merens, F. J., (Sociedad Seguros Maritimos) suplente, Manila

Merian, J. R., (Ziegler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Merino, S., abogado fiscal, supreme court, Manila

Merlande, administrator of native affairs, Stigon

Merrilees, A. G., proof reader, printing office, Maritime Customs, Shanghai Merrill, H. F., Maritime Customs assistant, Amoy

Merriman, W. L., clerk, Post office, Yokohama

   Merry, A. O. y, assistant, army admininistration, Peninsula, Philippines Merwanjee, S., broker, Graham street

Mesney, J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Amoy

Mesquita, G., clerk, Colonial Secretary's office, Macao

Mesquita, F.J., student interpreter, procurador's department, Macao

Mesquita, V. N. de, retired colonel, Macao

Messier, collector, Franco-Annamite Customs, Hanoi

Messuni, E. B., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mestres, J., auctioneer, Manila

Métayer, architect and contractor, Saigon

Metta, D. N., (E. N. Metta) clerk, Canton

Metta, S. M., (Cawasjee, Pallanjee & Co.) cerk, Lyndhurst terrace

Metta, E. N., merchant, Canton

Metta, S. F., (E. N. Metta) clerk, Canton (absent)

Mettlerkamp, F., (Pickenpack, Thies & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Meunier, director of Marine artillery, Saigon

Meuser, O., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Meyer, J., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Meyer, C. A., Maritime Customs Watcher, Shanghai

Meyer, A. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Meyer, C., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Meyer, E. L., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Meyer, Th., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Moyer, H. B., merchant, and vice-consul for Germany, &c., Ningpo

Meyer, J. D., (J. D. Meyer & Co.) shipwright, Swatow

Meyer, Adolph E., (Meyer & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Meyer, E., tailor, Manila

Meyer, E., (E. Meyer & Co) merchant, Tientsin

Meyerdierks, T., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Meyère, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Meyerink, W., (Meyerink & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Meyerink, H. F., (Meyer & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Meynet, Q., professor of medicine, University, Manila Michael, J. R., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Michaelsen, St. C., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Michalsen, mariner, Bangkok

M chaelson, G. H., captain, 27th Inniskillings

FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Michain, B. B., attache, French Legation, Tokio

Michas, L., chief engineer, Chinese gunhat Tsing-po, West Coast Michaud, commander, French corvette Champlain

Michaux, commissioner subsistances, Saigon

Michel, officer d'admistration French frigate Armide

Michel, telegraphist, Saigon

Michel, A., lightkeeper, Middle Dog lighthouse, Amoy Michel, professor, boys' public school, Saigon

Michelot, L., (Banque de l'Indo Chine) sub-manager, Saigon Michelsen, L. P., (H. A. Petersen & Co.) merchant, Amoy Middleton, J. W., (W. Mansfield & Co.) clerk, Singapore Middleton, O., Maritime Customs assistant-examiner, Canton Midgley, J.W., acting assistant engineer, H.B.M. corvette Modeste Midon, Rev. F., Roman Catholic provicar, apostolic, Yokohama Mielenhausen, J. W., (Mielenhausen & Wilks) tailor, Shanghai Migueis, T. d'A., member of Council of Province, Macao Milbanke, R., second secretary, British Legation, Peking Milenowitz, G., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Hanoi Miles, Sergt. H. W., clerk, Army Pay Department Miles, R. A., Jr., (Colonial Dispensary) assistant, Singapore Miles, H. A., British consulate constable, Hiogo

Miles, R. A., proprietor, Colonial Dispensary, Singapore

Milhan, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Milisch, C., (Milisch & Co.) merchant, and vice-consul for Austria, &c., Macao Milla, V., restaurant keeper, Manila

Millan, Canilo, governor, Iloilo

Millar, H., second engineer, P. & O. steamer China

Millar, H. G., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Millar, J., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) supt. engineer, Singapore

Millar, A., plumber & gas fitter, Queen's road east

Millat, Manuel, "Los Catalanes," Manila

Miller, J. M., (E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.) in charge store ship, Singapore Miller, A. II., surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hari

Miller, J., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Miller, J. I., (White & Miller,) bill broker, Shanghai Miller, G. W., stevedore, Yokohama

Miller, H. B, barrister-at-law, Shanghai

Miller, D. A., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Hankow Miller, H. M., appraiser to Japanese Customs, Yokohama Miller, J., assistant steward, General Hospital, Yokohama Miller, Rev. E. R., missionary, Yokohama

Miller, W., (A. Dent & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Milley, W. T., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai Milligan, F. J., captain's elerk, U.S.S. Richmond

Millot, E., (Millot & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Millottée, A., elève interprete, French Consulate, Yokohama Mills, Rev. C. R., missionary, Tung-chow-foo

Milne, R., chief officer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Milne, J., clerk, telegraph service, Tokio

Milne, C., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler

Milne, A., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Milne, J., Engineering College, Tokio

Milner, J. L. H., professor, Commercial School, Macao

Milsom, Ad., (Valmale, Schoene & Milsom) merchant, Yokohama, (absent) Milsom, A., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai

Milstead, J. W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Sikirio-maru

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Miñana, V., penitenciario, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila

Mingard, A., baker, Yokohama

Miniac de, lieutenant, French corvette Champlain

Minjoot, W., (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Singapore

Minjoot, A. W., (Kaltz Brothers) assistant, Singapore

Minjoot, T. J., clerk, Marine department, Singapore

Minjoot, F., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Minjoot, J., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mintipley, A., chief engineer, steamer Diamante, Hongkong and Manila

Miola, P., Niigata

Miralda, vice-rector, Seminario Conciliar de Jaro, Iloilo

Miranda, A., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) engineer's apprentice, Aberdeen Mirande, president, tribunal of first instance, Saigon

Mirranda, C., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai

Mismer, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic mission, Cherouy Chongua, Cambodia Mitchell, E. W., (Thomas & Mercer) clerk, Canton

Mitchell, W., second engineer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Mitchell, W. R., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) warehouseman, Singapore

Mitchell, F. W., Jr., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) acting agent, Saigon Mitchell, A., (Curnow & Co.) storekeeper, Yokohama

Mitchell, G., pilot, Taku

Mitchell, J. F., shipbuilder, Nagasaki

Mitchell, W. J., pilot, Foochow

Moalle, N., (Moalle & Co.) shipchandler, Amoy

Moberly, E. G., (Chartered Bank) manager, Queen's road

Möckel, A., (E. Klöpfer & Co.) clerk, Manila

Mody, S. K., broker, Shanghai

Mody, H. N., auctioneer and broker, Graham street

Mody, P. C., broker, Shanghai

Moller, E., mariner, Bangkok

Moerike, G., (Botica de la Escolta) manufacturer of soda water, &c., Manila Moerman, H. W., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mogra, R. S., merchant, Canton

Moulen, M. von der, (Kumpers & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mohn, B E., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Moisy, secretary, fourth office, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Mojica, F., clerk, audit department, Manila

Moladina, E., (H. A.. Esmail & Co.) manager, Hollywood road

Molchanoff, J. M., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Moleworth, J. M., (Colliery, Engineering & Mining Co.) collier, Tientsin

Molina, N., notario, ecclesiastical depar ment, Iloilo

Molina, J., assistant, custom house, Manila

Molinello, R. G., medico mayor, Cuerpo de Sanidad, Manila

Molison, C. C., second officer, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta

Mollendorf, mariner, Bangkok

Möllendorff, P. G. von, acting consul, German consulate, Tientsin

Möller, O., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Möller, N., broker and general agent, Shanghai

Möller, H. A., (Möller & Meisner) shipchandler, Bangkok

Mollison, J. P., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Mollman, J., agent British and Foreign B.ble Society, Chungking

Molloy, E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Wuhu

Moloney, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Molotkoff, O. J., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Hankow Molt, C., (Speidel & Co.) agent at Phnom-penh, Cambodia Monalits, S. W., (G. Velozo) clerk, Cebu

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Moncrieff, A. L. M., (China & Japan Trading Co.) assistant, Shanghai Mondan, E., (Shanghai Club) steward, Shanghai Monnot, Mme. J., coffee house-keeper, Saigon Monro, J. D., (Thomas & Mercer) clerk, Canton Monroy, R., escrabano, real audiencia, Manila

Montagut, assistant, Société Agricole, etc., Phinom-penh, Cambodia Montaric, F., (Ho Ah Chong) assistant, Singapore

Montaro, M., (Shanghai Mercury Office) compositor, Shanghai Monteiro, T. J. B., assistant, Macao Dispensary, Macao

Monteiro, J. X., commission agent, Shanghai

Monteiro, E., (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Singapore Monteno, (Tanjong Pagar Wharf C) clerk, Singapore Monterclaros, M., (Vano & Reyes) clerk, Cebu

Montero, A., officer, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Montes, A., interventor, adminis. hacienda publica, Manila

Montesoro, R., chief of military administration, Manila

Monteus, J., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Monteverde, N., assistant, custom house, Manila

Montgoniarie, H., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Toyoshima-maru, Japan

Montgomery, P. H. S., Maritime Customs assistant, Tientsin

Montgomery, G. L., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Montmorand, Vte. B. de, French Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking (absent)

Montoil, receiver, registry of lands, Saigon

Monument, H., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Moody, T. B., navigating lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Moonieen, D., (E. Pubaney) manager, Lyndhurst terrace

Mooney, C., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Mooney, Capt. J., Shanghai

Moonshee, S. D., broker, Queen's road

Moore, Rev. C. G., missionary, Chinkiang

Moore, W. F. P., clerk, Siamese consulate, Singapore

Moore, F. B., paymaster, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Moore, A. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

   Moore, A., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Hiogo-maru, Tokio Moore, J., commissary-general, Ordnance Store department Moore, H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai Moore, E., (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Shanghai Moore, W. P., hairdresser, &c., Hongkong Hotel buildings Moore, L., broker and auctioneer, Shanghai

Moore, Alonzo, (American Rice Mill) millwright, Bangkok Moorehead, T., Maritime Customs harbour master, Kiukiang Moorhead, R. B., commissioner of Customs, unattached Moosa, C., (N. M. Khamisa) draper, Macao

Moosa, S., (N. M. & A. M. Khamisa) assistant, Peel street

Moosa, J., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Moquin Tandon, chief of the cabinet, Saigon

Morales, E. E. y, assistant, army administration, Cottabato, Philippines

Morales, A., (Société de Commissions, &c.) assistant, Go-viap, French Cochin China

Moran, R., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, Amoy

Morand, joint administrator, French protectorate, Cambodia

Morand, clerk, Post Office, Saigen

Morand, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Morand, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Morando, assistant Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Morcom, J. C., (Colliery, Engineering and Mining Co.) collier, Tientsin

More, A. C., (China Sugar Refinery Co.) assistant, East Point

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More, R., (More & Seimund) shipchandler, Praya

   Moreau, superintendent of public gardens, Saigon Morehouse, W. N., Maritime Customs assistant, Swatow

Morel, E., bill and bullion broker, and consul for Belgium, Shanghai Morelos, A., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Morelos, N., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila Morelos, C., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Moreno, M. S., ayudante, inspeccion de Montes, Manila

Moreno, J. de A., assistant, Custom-house, Manila

Moreno, F., interventor, Administracion de hacienda publica, Iloilo Moreno, J., m estre escuela, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila

Moreno, J. J., coronel, Estado Mayor, Manila

Morente, J., (Wilks & Earnshaw) assistant, Manila

Moreton, A., teacher of Navigation school, Imperial Arsenal, Foochow

Morf, H. C., merchant, Yokohama

Morgan, F. R. W., midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Morgan, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow

Morgan, F. A., Maritime Customs assistant in charge, Takow

Morgan, W. M., broker, Peddar's hill

Morgenroth, Rev. G., missionary, Basil Mission, Lilong

Morice, Jr., (Morice Jeune & Bailly) draper, Saigon

Moriu, naval cadet, French frigate Armide

Morin, E., chict of second office, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Morin, L., acting secretary-general, Direction of Interior, Saigon

Moriones, D., Marques de Oroquita, governor and captain-general, Manila Moritz, M., (J. Gillingham & Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Moritz, C., (M. Secker & Co.) hat manufacturer, Manila

Morris, J., (E. E. Aust. & China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore

Morris, Jos., chief assistant, public works department, Yokohama

Morris, T. J., (C. & J. Trading & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Morris, S. J., broker, Manila

Morris, A., (A. De Ath & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Morris, A. G., (Morris & Ray) ship broker, Bank Buildings

Morris, B. J., (B. J. Morris & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Morris, Rev. A. R., missionary, Osaka

Morris, J., (Morris & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

Morris, H. S., secretary, North China Insurance Company, Shanghai (absent) Morrison, J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) agent, Hiogo

Morriss, Henry, (Morriss & Fergusson) bill & bullion broker, Shanghai Morse, G. D., assistant, Sanitary department, Municipal Council, Shangbai

Morse, J. R., (American Clock Co.) agent, Yokobama

Morse, W. H., (Smith, Baker & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Morton, Chas., fleet surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Morton, A., (C. Braess & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Mosby, John S., United States consul, Praya east

Mosely, J. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central Moses, M. J., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Moses, G. G., (M. J. Carapiet) clerk, Singapore Moses, M., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Moses, M., (L. Moore) clerk, Shanghai

Moses, M. C., (Moses & Co.) photographer, Singapore Moses, C., (Sarkies & Moses) merchant, Singapore Moses, A. C., (Sarkies & Moses) merchant, Singapore Moses, N. C., (Sarkies & Moses) clerk, Singapore Moses, A. E. (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Moses, D. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Moses, J. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Moses, S. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Ningpo

Moses, S. M., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Mosle, G., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Yokobama

Moss, R., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Moss, H., Yokohama

Moss, E. J., furniture warehouse, Yokohama

Mossop, W. H. R., deputy sheriff, secretary and clerk to the Chief Justice Motion, J., watchmaker, Singapore

Mottu, A., (Valmale, Schoene & Milsom) clerk, Yokohama

Moty, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Monat, D., paymaster's clerk, U.S.S. Monocacy

Mougeoul, forester, Municipal department, Saigon

Mouillesaux de Bernières, A., deputy commissioner of Customs, Foochow

Moule, Rev. Geo. E., B.A., missionary, Hangchow (absent)

Moule, Rev. A. E., B D., missionary, Hangchow (absent)

Moulls, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, (absent)

Moulron, E., merchant, Yokohama

Mourente, R., merchant, Gough street

Mourente, M., (R. Mourente) clerk, Gough street

Mourier, Dr., teacher, Shihosho, Tokio

Mourilyan, W., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Mourin, J. M., ministro Exchequer department, Manila

Mouton, X., Roman Catholic missonary, Shanghai

Moutrie, S., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Moutton, accountant, Municipal department, Saigon

Mowat, R. A., assistant judge, Supreme court, Shanghai (absent) Moxo, M., comandante, Estado Mayor, Manila

Moya, F., (C. Heinszen & Co.) clerk, Manila

Muchall-Viebroock, sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Albatross Mudgett, E. H., marshal, United States consulate, Yokohama

Muenster, B., (C. Rhode & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Mugliston, T. C., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Foxhound

   Mühlensteth, Rev. J. A., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) accountant, Shanghai Muhlinghaus, H., (D. Brandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mühry, O., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Muir, G. W., paymaster, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke, naval accountant, Yokohama Muir, R., (Paterson, S:mons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Muirhead, J., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Muirhead, H., (E. E., Australasian, & China Telegraph Company) assistant, Singapore Muirhead. Rev. W., missionary, Shanghai

Mulder, A. T. L. B., engineer, construction section, Tokio

Mulgraves, Jas., inspector of nuisances

Muller, V., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) electrician, Nagasaki

Muller, farrier, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Muller, T. A., acting secretary Netherlands Consulate, Bangkok

Muller, E., (Siam Dispensary) chemist, Bangkok

Muller, J. B., (Staehelin & Stahlknecht) clerk, Singapore

Müller, H., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Canton

Müller, J., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Müller, C. E., (J. W. Müller & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Müller, J. W., (J. W. Müller & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Müller, G. F., Maritime Customs clerk, Newchwang

Müller, W., (Pickenpack, Thies & Co.) merchant, & consul for Sweden, Bangkok Müller, H. C., Maritime Customs assistant tide surveyor, Foochow

Mullins, D., sergeant of police, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

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Mummery, G., lightkeeper, in charge Ockseu lighthouse, Amoy

Münchau, C., mariner, Bangkok

   Muncherjee, D., (Framjee Hormusjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road Munjee, M., (Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy) clerk, Shanghai

Munk, H. L., captain, steamer Pearl, Coast

Munn, D., (Forbes, Munn & Co.) merchant, Manila Munoz, José, (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila

Muñoz, Juan, proprietor, "Bazar Oriental," Manila

Munro, S. M., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) accountant, Queen's road Munz, J., (L. Eugster & Co.) clerk, Manila

Muraour, P., (Grand Hotel) cook, Yokohama

Muroga, M., (Malcolm, Willcox & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Murphy, J. F., (Ed. Knox & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Murphy, H. M., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Murphy, J., boatswain, H.B.M. gunboat Swinger

Murphy, D., chief engineer, steamer White Cloud, Canton and Macao

Murray, J. B., acting commander, Chinese gunboat Sin-tsing, Canton Murray, A. T. R., filth master, Central School, Gough street

Murray, Geo., overlooker, Tug Boat Association, Shanghai Murray, A., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) moulder, Singapore Murray, Rev. J., missionary, Che-nan-foo

Murray, E. D., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Murray, A. L., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Murray, J., surgeon-major, army medical department

Murray, A. J., second lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings

Murray, M. E., (Margesson & Co.) merchant and consul for Great Britain, Macao

Murray, W. H., agent, National Bible Society of Scotland, Peking

Muskett, J., district paymaster, Army Pay Department

Musso, D., (D. Musso & Co.) merchant and consul for Italy, West point

Mustard, R. W., (Mustard & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai (absent)

Myburgh, A., barrister-at-law, Shanghai

Myers, W. W., M.B., medical practitioner, Wenchow

Myers, A. A., (Hagart & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Myers, C., merchant, Tientsin

Myre de Vilers, Le, governor of French Cochin China

Nabona, lieutenant, French frigate Armide

Nachtrieb, A., (Schönhard & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Nadal, J. C. A., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore Naladaroo, F. P., merchant, Canton

Nalda, P., civil doctor, Manila

Nalda, C., civil doctor and professor, University, Manila

Namazee, H. A., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esmail) clerk, Gage street Nankivell, G., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Nansot, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Napier, Macvey, lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Fly

Napier, G. T., navigating lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Napier, R. H., captain, H.B. M. surveying-vessel Magpie

Nartus, J., port master, Saigon

Nathan, S. A., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

   Nathan, J. A., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Nauck, -, marine pfarrer, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Naudin F., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Navarro, E. L., engineer, Public Works department, Manila Navegante, M., engineer and boilermaker, Iloilo

Navelle, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Naylor, C., second officer, steamer Albay, Coast

Nazer, R. H., second lieutenant, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton Nazer, J. S., (Inglis & Co.) clerk, Spring Gardens

Neale, E, M., Yokohama

Neate, S. R., inspector of buildings, Surveyor-general's office

Neave, D. C., manager, Mission Press and Secretary Club, Singapore Neave, J. S., (McAllister & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Nebot, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Takao

Nefedieff, N. A., merchant, Tientsin

Neil, W., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) foreman blacksmith, Singapore Neilson, W., (Crasemann & Hagen) silk inspector, Chefoo

Neimen, F., proprietor, hotel "Stadt Stralsund," Amoy

Nelson, R., staff surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke, for naval hospital, Yokohama

Nelson, H. H., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) manager, Queen's road

Nelson, Rev. R., missionary, Shanghai

Nemchinoff, M. J., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Nemchinoff, W. J., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow Nestor, Miss, (Rose & Co.) milliner, Queen's-road Netto, C., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Neubronner, J. C., (E. Kock) clerk, Singapore Neubronner, A. W., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Singapore Neubronner, J. L., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Singapore Neumann, J., Maritime C stoms assistant, Shanghai

Neves, Rev. J. das, professor, St. Joseph's College, Macao Neville, G., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Nevius, Rev. John L., D.D., missionary, Chefoo

New, Thos., engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Newbury, J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Pakboi

Newman, Walter, (Newman & Co.) public tea inspector, Foochow (absent) Newman, W. H., British vice-consul in charge, Bangkok

Newman, E., proprietor and manager, "Chefoo Family hotel," Chefoo Newton, G. S., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly

Newton, C., railway engine driver, Yokohama

Newton, H., assistant engineer to municipality, Singapore

Newton, A., manager, Hongkong and China Gas Company, Praya west

Ney, O. H., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Ha kuw

Neyret, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Niblett, H. S. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Nicel, C. M., (Tillson & Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Nichol, F. E, (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Nichol, R., merchant, Shanghai

Nicholls, J. D., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Nicholls, B., (Wilson, Nicholls & Co.) shipchandler, Amoy

Nicholsen, Geo., (Gt. North rn Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Nicholson, J. F., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Nickels, M. C., Shanghai

Nicol, Geo., missionary, Ichang

Nicolaï, administrator of native affairs, Saigon.

Nicolier, A., stationery dealer, etc., Saigon

Nicto, A., (Genat > & Co.) assistant, Manila

Niedhardt, E., (Medical Hall) chemist, Queen's road

   Nielsen, W., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) timekeeper, Singapore Nielsen, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Kiukiang

    Nieustead, F. J. H., marshal, U.S. Consulate, Hiogo Nightingale, Rev. A. W., missionary, Hankow Nind, A. D., (J. Forster & Co.) clerk, Foochow

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Niobey, E., lawyer, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Nisbet, J. M., engineer, tug-boat Pathfinder, Taka

Nissen, H. E., civil doctor and surgeon to German and Austrian Consulates, Manila Nissle, G., (Behre & Co.) merchant, Saigon

Niubo, R., surgeon-major, army medical department, Manila

Noble, John, watchmaker and jeweller, Queen's road

Noble, W. C., treasurer, American Board of Missions, Peking

Noble, J., lightkeeper in charge, Turnabout lighthouse, Amoy Noble, A. K., (G. Domoney & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Noel, F. A., second officer steamer, Dale, Bangkok

Noël, G. W., (Maitland & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Noetzli, G. H., deputy commissioner of Customs, Returns Office, Shanghai

Nogueira, V., (H.K.C. & M.S.B. Co.) wharfinger, Macao

Nogueras, A., assistant, Exchequer department, Iloilo

Nolting, J., merchant and commission agent, Shanghai

Nölting, N. A., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Noodt, Oscar (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Praya

Norman, A., manager, Rising Sun office, Nagasaki Normand, staff-surgeon, French frigate Armide Noronha, F. P. de, Macao

Noronha, J. F., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Noronha, L., (Noronha & Co.) printer, Shanghai Noronha, A. J., (Noronha & Co.) clerk, Zetland street Noronha, D., (Noronha & Co.) printer, Zetland street Noronha, S. A., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Norris, W. W., clerk, Marine department, Singapore

Norris, R. O., (Netherlands Trading Society) clerk, Singapore North, John, (Yokohama Dispensary) chemist, Yokohama

Northcote, G. S, deputy sheriff, and clerk, Registrar General's office Northey, H. A., (Westall, Galton & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow Nott, Wm., agent, San Francisco Board of Underwriters, Hongkong Nouet, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Novelles, F., commandante, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Novion, A., Maritime Customs, commissioner, (absent)

Novoa, A., chantre, ecclesiastical department, Manila

Nowell, W. H. G., lieutenant and commander H. B. M. gunboat, Foxhound

Nowrojee, D., (Nowrojee & Co.) clerk, Hollywood road

Nowrojee, M., (Cursetjee Wookerjee) merchant, Peel street

Nowrojee, D., merchant and baker, and manager of Hongkong hotel, Queen's road Noyes, Rev. H. V., missionary, Canton

Nozaleda, B., professor, University, Manila

Nukolay, Siamese navy, Bangkok

Nully, R. de, Maritime Customs assistant, Kinkiang

Nunes, I. S., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai

Nunes, M. J., Junr,, chief officer and purser, steamer White Cloud, Canton & Macao

Nunes, A. A., (Johuston & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Nunes, L. F., clerk, Revenue department, Macao

Nunn, C. F., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen street

Nunn, Charles, constable, British consulate, Chinkiang

Nussbaum, Capt., commander of French troops, Haiphong

Nuthall, F. J., gunner, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

Nutter, Geo., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow Nye, Gideon, (Nye & Co.) merchant, Canton

Nye, C., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Takachiho-maru, Tokio Nye, H. C. T., master, U.S.S. Monocacy

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Oakey, F., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Oastler, J., mechanic, inspectorate-general of Maritime Customs, Peking Oastler, W., (Reid & Oastler) shipbuilder, Hiogo

Obadaya, I. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

O'Brien, H. A., police magistrate, Penang

O'Brien, R. A., M.D., medical practitioner, St. John's Place Ocampo, V., ecclesiastical department, Manila O'Conner, R. S., senior magistrate, Singapore Odell, T. J., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Odell, John, (Odell & Leyburn) merchant, Foochow Oehl, F., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Tientsin

Oehlers, H., (Howard, Erskine & Co.) foreman, Singapore

Oelrichs, -, lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Oeltze, G., pilot, Foochow

Oesau, R. (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Oestmann, A., (Richter & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Oestmann, C., (L. Kniffler & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Ogilvie, J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ogilvie, T. D., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila Ogle, R. G., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Ogliastro, (Ogliastro & Blustein) Tamhoi, Saigon O'Grady, S. T., surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Modeste

   Ogston, J., captain, steamer Ichaug, Hongkong and Canton O'Hashi, T., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Ohlinger, Rev. Franklin, missionary, Foochow

Ohlmer, E., assistant secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking Olaguivel, J., comandante, Estado Mayor, Manila

Olañeta, J., (M. Perez) assistant, Saw Mill, Manila

Olano, E. de, (Larrinaga & Co.) merchant, Manila

Olarovsky, Alex. E., Russian cousul, and acting consul for Italy, Nagasaki

Oldfield, H. J., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Oldham, C. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Sylvia

Olerich, (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) assistant shipwright, Singapore

Olivas, G. L., engineer, inspeccion de montes, Manila

Oliveira, E. A. Braga, judge, Macao

Oliveira, P. G. a', (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Oliveira, C. dos S., clerk, revenue department, Macao

Oliveira, V. d', porter, revenue department, Macao

Oliveira, A. S., compositor, North China Herald Office, Shangbai

Oliveira, A. M. de, interpreter, Spanish consulate, Shanghai

Oliveira, F. S., N. C. Herald office, printing manager, Shanghai

Oliveira, J. A. de, lieur.-quartermaster, Police, Macao

Oliveira, A. M., (Oliveira & Co.) broker, Shanghai

Oliver, R., acting boatswain, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler

Oliver, G., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Oliver, C. H., M.A., professor of English, College of Peking

Oliver, Geo., (Geo. Oliver & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Ollerdessen, H., (Morris & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ollia, D. D., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) merchant and commission agent, Taiwan

Ollia, N. D., merchant, Amoy

Ollia, J. N., (N. D. Ollia) merchant, Amoy (absent)

Olmsted, F. H., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Olona, A., "Agencia Maritima," Manila

Olsen, O., manager, National Hotel, Queen's road

Olsen, A., second berthing officer, Harbour Master's office, Woosung, Shanghai Olson, J., stevedore, Hiogo

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Olson, J., proprietor, "National Hotel," Queen's road

Olva, ayudante, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Manila O'Malley, Hon. E. L., attorney-general, Supreme Court

   Oosman Esmail. (Hajee Hamed Hajee Esack) manager, Gage street Opisso, A., assistant, Custom-house, Manila

Oppel, J., lithographer, Manila

Oppen, E. G., trader, Iloilo

Oppenheimer, I., (Oppenheimer Frères) Yokohama

Oppenheimer, M., (Oppenheimer Frères) Yokohama (absent) Opsteltein, J. C., (F., Engler & Co.) merchant, Saigon Ord, H. L., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S.S. Co.) clerk, Hiogo Ord, J. W., (Foochow Dock) foreman shipwright, Foochow Ordax, S., medical practitioner, Iloilo

Ordaz, S., almacenero, comision de Acopios de Tabaco, Iloilo Orduña, E., magistrate, Manila

O'Reilly, R. A. de P., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Comus Orieux, pilot, Saigon

Orley, G., inspector of markets

Orme, P., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ormélise, telegraphist, Saigon

O'Rourke, D., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Orozco, P., hatmaker, Iloilo

Orozco, E. S. de, Governor's office, Manila

Orpen, Herbert, midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Orr, S., captain, steamer Chinkiang, Coast

Orr, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Nagoya-maru, Tokio

Orr, W. S., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Orrate, J., (Malcampo & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Ortega, R., magistrate, real audiencia, Manila

Orth, H., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Ortin, F., carriage builder, Iloilo

Ortiz, J., trader, Iloiio

Ortiz, A., restaurant keeper, Manila

Ortiz, L., (M. P. Marqueti) clerk, Manila

Orton, G., manager, Singapore Steam Saw Mills, Singapore

Ortuno, T., Spanish consul general, Amoy

Ortuoste, P., Governor-General's office, Manila

Osborn, P., foreign secretary, Kencho, Yokohama Osgood, D. W., M.D., missionary, Foochow Osmeña, V., (Osmeña, Rita & Co.) hosier, Cebu

Osmeña, T., (Osmeña, Rita & Co.) hosier, Cebu

Osmund, C., registration clerk, Registrar-General's office

Osouf, Mgr. Pierrie Marie, Roman Catholic Bishop, Tokio

Ost, Rev. J. B., missionary, Shaouling, Ningpo

Osten, L. von, student interpreter, German Legation, Tokio Osterholm, L., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow Ostman, B., comandante of cavalry, Manila O'Sullivan, T., M.D., surgeon, Royal Naval Hospital Ott, Rev. R., missionary, Basil Mission, Fuchukphai Otte, H., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Ottomeier, P. A. W., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Canton

Ottoway, E. F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Tientsin Queda, C., interpreter, French consulate, Yokohama

Oury, L'Abbe, chaplain, French frigate Armide

Overbeck, H., (Overbeck & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Overin, M. S., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Owen, Rev. W., missionary, Hankow

Owen, Rev. G., missionary, Peking

Oxenham, E. L., acting consul, H.B.M. consulate, Wuhu

Oxley, E. G., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tokio-maru, Tokio Oxley, E. H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai Ozario, F. A., steward, Seamen's Hospital, Foochow

Ozario, F., constable, United States Consulate, Foochow

Ozorio, C. F., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen street Ozorio, L. J., (Gibo, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Aberdeen street Ozorio, F. A., (Hughes & Legge) clerk, Praya central Ozorio, E. C., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Ozorio, C. J., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Ozoux, A., (V. Roque) assistant, Saigon

Ozoux, F., (V. Roque) agent, Cambodia

Pabalan, N., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Pabalan, E., (Genato & Co.) assistant, Manila

Pacheco, D. C., (B. de S. Fernandes) clerk, and vice-consul for Siam, Macao Padell, H., clerk, French Post-office, Yo' obama

Paderin, J., interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking

Padilla, J. S., tesorero, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila

Paes, A. M., (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Kowloon Paez, F., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Pagden, H., sailmaker, Yokohama

Page, Rev. L., French Catholic Mission, Singapore

Page, O. E., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Page, W. F., traffic manager, Government railway service, Kobe

Paguin, Rev. L. Q., French Catholic Mission, Singapore

Paillet, naval cadet, French frigate Armide

Painter, W., gunner, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Painter, Rev. G., missionary, Hangchow

Pakenham, G. C., (E. E. Aust. and China Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore Palacios, G., engineer, Public Works department, Manila

Palamountain, B., printing office manager, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Palenciano, A. B. y, assistant, army administration, Zamboanga

Pallanjee, Byramjee, (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore

Pallanjee, Sorabjee, (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore

Pallas, pilot, Saigon

Palliser, J., (C. Harrison & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Palm, T. A., medical missionary, Niigata

Palm, J. L. E., Maritime Customs commissioner, Newchwang

Palmer, H. N., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Palmer, J., (Melcher,s & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Palmer, J., railway engine driver, Yokohama

Palmer, F. D., foreman of the yard in charge, Naval Yard

Palmer, Rev. E. R., minister, Union Chapel, Shanghai

Pa'mer, H. S., Major. R. E., aide-de-camp to H.E. the Governor

Palmer, H. B., (Remé Brothers) clerk, Singapore

Palmer, C. H., captain, Customs cruiser Peng-chao-hai, Canton Pan, J. F. del, merchant, Manila

Panadés, F., timber merchant, Iloilo

Panez, S., trader, Iloilo

Panizza, F., secretary to German Consulate and to Club Germania

Panoff, J. K., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Panton, W., chief engineer, steamer Hailoong, Coast

Papps, Wm., (Wm. Papps & Co.) wine and spirit importer, Shanghai

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Paquin, M., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Parauchin, G. P., "Russian Hotel," assistant, Hakodate Pardillo, L., captain of calvary, Manila

Pardon, W., (North China Insurance Company) clerk, Shanghai Pardun, W., (Kniffler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

   Paredes, P. G. de, secretary-captain, Artillery school, Manila Parès, assistant surgeon, French frigate Armide

   Paris, Vy. Rev. P., provicar, French Catholic Mission, Singapore Parker, J. H. P., captain, C. N. Co.'s steamer Newchwang, Coast Parker, Geo., missionary, Ichang

Parker, G. W., second officer, steamer Hailoong, Coast Parker, E. H., interpreter, British Consulate, Canton Parker, C., (Taku Pilot Company) clerk, Taku

Parker, F. C., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Parker, Thos. D. C., (Hongkong Gas Company) sub-manager, West point

Parkes, F. W., assistant engineer, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Parkes, Rev. H., missionary, Canton

Parkes, Sir Harry S., K.C.B., British Minister Plenipotentiary, Tokio (absent) Parkhill, S., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, Canton

Parmentiez, P., civil doctor, Manila

Parnain, lieutenant, French frigate Armide

Parr, J., chief gunner, Government Naval department, Yokosuka

Parr, R. B., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) merchant, Manila

Parreau, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Parry, Rev. W. W., chaplain, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Parsons, J. R., (Chartered Bank of India, &c.) sub-accountant, Singapore Parsons, W. H., (China and Japan Trading Company) clerk, Shanghai Partridge, Rev. S. B., missionary, Swatow

Pasagali, A., assistant, Mint, Manila

Pascal, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Pasco, F. C. C., naval cadet, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Pascoal, J. P., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya

Pascual, P., assistant, Hope & Charity coal mines, Cebu

Pasedag, C. J., (Pasedag & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Amoy

Pass, S. C., accountant, and teacher Parsonage School, Yokohama

Passantino, G., (D. Musso & Co.) clerk, West Point

Passmore, R. M., second officer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Pastor, M., coffee house keeper, Manila

Patch, N. J. K., lieutenant, U.S.S. Richmond

Pate, T., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) sub-accountant, Singapore

Patenôtre, J., chargé d'affaires, French Legation, Peking

Paterno, A. M., restaurant keeper, Manila

Paterson, F. J., naval cadet, H.B.M.S. Comus

Paterson, R. J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Paterson, W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Paterson, J. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tamsui

Paton, R., engineer, Hingo Gas Company, Hiogo

Paton, Thos, missionary, Ichang

Patriat, Rev. C. E., French Mission Sanatorium, Pokiulum

Patron, A. B., (Amigos del Pais Printing office) agent, Manila

Patterson, W. H., surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Patterson, T. H., Rear admiral, U.S. Squadron in Ch'na and Japan

Patterson, D. W., clerk to commander in chief, U.S. Squadron in China and Japan

Patterson, A., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) chief engineer, Tokio

Paufré, lieutenant, French corvette Champlain

Paul, Rev., J., bible colporteur, Canton

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Paul, S., Maritime Customs assistant, Swatow (absent) Paul, R., shipchandler, Shanghai

Paul, F. J., compositor, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy Paula, V. de, surgeon, National Battalion, Macao

Pauli, Commander W. B., R.N., H.B.M. Consul, Manila Paulsen, mariner, Bangkok

   Paulsen, W., (Amoy Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Amoy Paves, F. de P., administrador, hospital de S. Juan, Manila Paves, P., contador, audit department, Manila

Pavie, telegraphist, Kampot, Cambodia

Paya, M., vice-secretary, ecclesiastical department, Manila Payne, Wm., gunner, Chinese gunboat An-lan, Canton

Payo, H. P., arzobispo metrapolitano, Gobierno Eclesiastico, Manila Peabody, C. H., agricultural department, Tokio

Peacock, P., inspector, British Legation escort, Tokio

Pearce, J., superintendent of works, Lighthouse department, Yokohama Pearse, Rev. E., missionary, Nganking

Pearson, C. C., paymaster's clerk, U.S.S. Richmond

Pearson, J. T., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Feccio, M., trader, Iloilo

Peck, R. C., lieutenant, U.S. sloop Alert

Pedersen, P. M., pilot, Ningpo

Pedrero, C. M. y, assistant, army administration, Cavite

Pedro, A. Sn., (R. de la Vara) assistant, Manila

Pedro, J., enfermeiro, commissão do hospital militar de S. Januario, Macao

Pedro, W., compositor, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

Peerbhoy, C., (E. Pubaney) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace

Peil, F., merchant, Shanghai

Peilicer, E., merchant, Bohol, Philippines

Pein, J. von, sergeant of police, Ningpo

Pejemsky, E. P., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Pelikan, A., Russian vice-consul, Yokohama

Pelissier, V., timber merchant, Saigon

Pell, B., (Eastern Ext., Aust. and China Tele. Co.) general manager, Singapore

Pellegrini, A., chancelier, French consulate, Manila

Peltzer, J., (Lohmann & Co.) tailor, &c., Yokohama

Pelu, Rev. A. C., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Pemborton, T., (Wheelock & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Pena, M., assistant, Mint, Manila

Penabella, D., major of garrison, Manila

Pender, J., chief engineer, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton

l'eneque, A. de F., enfermeiro, hospital militar de S. Januario, Macao (absent)

Penfold, C. E., superintendent of municipal police, Shanghai

Feaballow, P., Agricultural department, Tokio

Feriel, H. A., assistant paymaster, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Penu, H., Dochin Machi, Osaka

Pennefather, A. P., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore

Pennington, C. A., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Penny, W. P., assistant clerk, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Pequignot, M., French Livery Stables, Yokohama

Perawin, G., chief officer, receiving-ship Emily Jane, Shanghai Perbet, R., Roman Catholic missionary, Petrew, Bangkok Percebois, D., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Percia, A., (Shanghai Mercury office) compositor, Shanghai Percival, L. H., (Powell & Co.) assistant, Singapore Percival, W. S., clerk, Supreme Court, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Percival, R. H., (Reiss & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai

Percival, W. H., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road Pereda, Juan, "La España" restaurant, Manila

Pereda, J., "El Oriental" restaurant, Manila

Pereira, J. P., (W. M. Reeves) clerk, Foochow

Pereira, J., treasurer, Mint, Manila

Pereira, E., (E. E. Aust. & China Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pereira, E. F., (Blain & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, J. V., professor "Escola Commercial," Macao

Pereira, J. G., (W. Meyerink) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, F. A., almoxarifado de guerra, Macao

Pereira, M. E. S., (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, J. M. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Pereira, E. G., (New Harbour Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pereira, J. L., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, E., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's road Pereira, A. P., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road Pereira, J. F., (G. Smith & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, Rev. A. J. G., chaplain of St. Augustine's church, Macao

Pereira, A. F. M., Portuguese consul, Singapore and Bangkok Pereira, A. M., Macao

Pereira, E. A., (New Harbour Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Pereira, J. G., broker, Shanghai

Pereira, E. J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama

Pereira, L. A J., (B. A. Pereira) clerk, Macao

Pereira, B. A., merchant, and chancelier, Belgian consulate, Macao

Pereira, V. S., lawyer, Macao

Pereira, J., Victoria Bakery, Wellington street

Pereira, H. A., (Noronha & Sons) assistant, Shanghai

Pereira, F. G., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Pereira, B., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Pereira, P., (D. Nowrojee) assistant, Queen's road

Pereira, T. S., (Noronha & Sons) compositor, Shanghai

Pereira, A. F., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, A. M. R., (O. & O.S.S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, E., (Ed. Schellhass & Co) clerk, Praya

Perera, E. de, Spanish vice-consul, Amoy

Peres, J. M., lieutenant quarter-master, National Battalion, Macao

Perez de Casteras, acting harbour-master, Saigon

Perez, M. M., archivero, ecclesiastical department, Manila

Perez, P. J., (Gargollo Brothers) merchant, Iloilo

Perez, M., (M. Perez Marqueti) clerk, Manila

Perkins, G., constable, British Consulate, Wuhu

Perkins, Dr. H. M., dentist, Yokohama

Permewan, R. T., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Pernet, Ch., chancelier, French consulate, Yokohama

Perpetuo, A., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street

Perras, J. L., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Perraux, Rev. R. N., French missionary, Juthia, Siam

Perrin, restaurateur, Hanoi

Perrin, A., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Saigon

Perry, E., agricultural department, Tokio

Perry, I. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Perry, M. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Pertierra, L., delegado del gobierno, Sociedad de Fianzas, &c., Manila

Pertuzé, deputy procuror-general, Saigon (absent)

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Pestana, A. S., (Kilgour & Co.) assistant, Singapore Pestana, J. C., clerk, Marine department, Singapore Pestonjee, R., broker, Shanghai

Pestonjee, J., merchant, Yokohama

Petel, A., Senior, sugar estate owner, Porac-Pampanga, Philippines Petel, A., Junior, sugar estate owner, Porac-Pampanga, Philippines Petel, G. van P., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent) Peter, Bro., assistant, West Point Reformatory

Peters, J., pilot, Shanghai

Peters, R. H., captain, lighthouse tender Meiji Maru, Yokohama

Peters, F., assistant, Sanitary department, Municipal Council, Shanghai Peters, G., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Petersen, J. V., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Nagasaki Petersen, C., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Petersen, J., pcst-boat Alexandra, Bangkok

Petersen, A. C., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Singapore

Petersen, N. C. R., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Petersen, P. W., constable, British consulate, Tamsni

Petersen, H. A., (Petersen & Co.) merchant & con. for Denmark, Amoy (absent) Peterson, J., sergeant, police force, Hiogo

Peterson, C. F. W., boarding-house keeper, Queen's road west

Peterson, W., shipping master, German consulate

Pethick, W. N., U.S. vice-consul and interpreter, Tientsin

Petit, C., French missionary, Vat Phleng, Siam

Petiteville, Vte. de, second secretary, French Legation, Peking

Petitjean, Mgr. H. G. B., Catholic bishop and vicar of Southern Japan, Osaka

Pettersen, G., mariner, Bangkok

Pettit, W. J., engineer, H. B.M. gun-vessel Lapwing

Peyre, S., "Oriental Hotel," Yokohama

Peyre, J., "Oriental Hotel," Yokohama

Peyrusset, Capt., aide-de-camp to Governor of French Cochin Chi a

Pfaff, R., (L. Vrard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Pfaff, L., (H. Müller & Co.) watchmaker, Shanghai

Pfeiffer, H., (A. Markwald & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Philastre, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Philips, H. H., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Philips, G. J. A., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Phillipps, H. B. P., major, 27th Inniskillings

Phillips, J., gunner, revenue steamer Ling-feng, Amoy

Phillips, J., (Jones and Phillips) exchange broker, Foochow

Phillips, C., Ohno Saki, Hiogo

Phillips, S. W., writer to the foreman of the yard, H.M. Naval Yard

Phillips, R., (Malcolm, Willcox & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Phillips, T., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Phipps, W. T., (Chapman, King & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Phipps, A. L., (Phipps, Hickling & Co.) merchant, Foochow (absent) Phipps, H. G., (Phipps, Hickling & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Piatkoff, M. F., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Piazzoli, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street

Pichon, L., M.D., medical practitioner, Shanghai

Pickering, W. A., protector of Chinese, Singapore

Pickford, C. R. B., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, & consular agent for Italy, Cebu Picolé, deputy, court of appeal, Saigon

Piehl, A., (Pasedag & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Piercy, Rev. G., superintendent, Wesleyan Methodist Mission, Canton

Piercy, G., master, Diocesan school, Bonham road

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Pierre, J. B., director of botanical gardens, Saigon (absent) Pierret, H., consul for France, Yokohama

Piersdorff, A. L., pilot, Swatow

Pierson, Rev. I., missionary, Pau-ting-foo

Piètresson de St. Aubin, Colonial Treasurer, Saigon

Pignat, telegraph overseer, Saigon

Pignatel, V., (Pignatel & Co.) storekeeper, Nagasaki

Pila, U., merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Pilcher, Rev. L. W., missionary, Tientsin

Pill, J., boatswain, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge

Pillay, J., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) telegraph operator, Singapore Pillon, F., carpenter, Yokohama

Pim, T., (Bathgate & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Foochow Pimentel, B. C., Major commanding troops, Macao

Pina, M., civil doctor, and professor, University, Manila

Pinckernelle, F., (Wieler & Co.) clerk, Praya

Pineau, E., (Pequignot & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Pineda, E., assistant, custom house, Manila

Pineda, C., solicitor, Iloilo

Piuel, J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Pinn, J. F., manager, Japan Herald office, Yokohama

   Pinna, F. F., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Pinna, J. de, writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Piñol, F., secretary, Tribunal de Cuentas, Manila Pinto, R., organist, Roman Catholic Church

Piper, Rev. J., missionary, Tokio

Piqueras, J., judge of Intramuros district, Manila

Pirie, G., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie

Pirkis, A. E., accountant, British Legation, Peking (absent)

Piry, R., Maritime Customs assistant, Ningpo

Piry, T., Maritime Customs assistant in charge, Pakhoi

Pistorius, P. E., (Netherlands Trading Society) agent, Singapore Pitman, G. D., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) agent, Swatow

Pitman, John, Tokio and Hongkong

Piton, commander, gunboat Mousqueton, Saigon

Piton, Rev. C. P., missionary, Basil Mission, Lilong

Pitt, W. P., assistant engineer, H. B. M. corvette Comus

Pitter, S., surgeon, National Battalion, Macao

Pitter, H. J. S., student interpreter, procurador's department, Macao

Pitts, W., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Pizano, F. S., commissary, army administration, Cottabato, Philippines

Placé, sacristao, college of Sta. Roza, Macao

Placé, J. L., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Place, J. E., pilot, Newchwang

Place, T., Shanghai

Place, L. de S., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pacé, F., compositor, Echo du Japon office, Yokohama

Pacé, A. M., clerk, Post-office

Place, C. de S., writer, procurador's department, Macao

Planche, baker, Saigon

Plate, F., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S.S. Co.) agent, Hiogo

Playfair, Hugh S., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Playfair, G. W. F., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant and cashier, Yokohama

Plessis, Rev. M. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka

Piichon, censul for France, Foochow (absent)

Plitt, C., chemist & druggist, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Plumb, Rev. Nathan J., missionary, Foochow

Plunket, Hon. C. B., police magistrate and registrar, Supreme Court Plunket, Hon. H., superintendent of Police, Penang

Plunkett, J., pilot, Newchwang

Poate, Rev. T. P., missionary, Yokohama

Poate, W. H., (Mackenzie & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Poate, W., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road

Poesnecker, L., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) merchant, Praya

Poggio, M. de, attaché, Russian Legation, P. king (absent) Pohl, J., (Pohl Freres & Co.) Yokohama

Pohl, H., (Pohl Freres & Co.) Yokohama

Pohl, sub-lieutenant, German corvette Luise

Pohl, S., (Pohl Freres & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Poignand, J. J., procuror-general, Administration of Justice, Saigon Poignand, W., assistant, Shanghai Associated Wharves, Shanghai Poirier, Rev. J. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Poisson, C., (C. Poisson & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Poitevin, L., proprietor, "Sweetmeat Castle," Shanghai

Polder, L. van der, acting chancelier, Netherlands Legation, Tokio Poletti, P.. Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow Polglase, J. E., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore Poli, J. D., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Poliakoff, N. P., (A. L. Rodionoff) clerk, Hankow

Polishwalla, M. B., cotton and yaru broker, Lyndhurst terrace

Polite, Geo., proprietor "Toilet Club" and Hermitage Hotel, Shanghai Pollock, C. F., surgeon, army medical department

Pollock, T., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Pollock, W., Maritime Customs examiner, Canton

Pombo, F. J., ensign, military battalion, Macao

Pommaray ec, de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Pommayrac, Capt. de, aide-de-camp to Governor of French Cochin China

Pond, J. A., accountant, Municipal Council offices, Shanghai

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Ponomareff, P. A., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) mer, & act. vice-con, for Russia, Hankow

Pool, F. W., Rabin Gold mines, Bangkok

Poole, W. G., chief officer, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok

Pools, F., (John Little & Co) assistant, Singapore

Poons, Chas., clerk, British consulate, Manila

Popoff, N., student interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking

Popoff, P. A., (A. A. Belogolovy) clerk, Tientsin

Popoff, P., interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking (absent) Pornain, lieutenant, French frigate Armide

Porres, J., assis' ant, mint, Manila

Pors, O., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Port, A., husbandry section, home department, Tok o

Portaria, V. de, (Shanghai Mercury office) compositor, Shanghai

Porte, B., (Messageries Maritimes) second commisaire, Shanghai

Porter, J., private secretary Inspectorate General of Maritime Customs, Peking

Porter, Rev. H. D., M.D., missionary, Tientsin

Portes, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Portier, E., (Compagnie du Gaz) acting engineer, Shanghai

Portier, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Posch, W., (China and Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Pusnett, constable, British Legation, Peking

Possel Deydier, de, commissioner, marine hospital, Saigon

Postlethwaite, J. W., (Westall, Galton & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Pot, J. J. van der, (N'lands Trading Society) head agent, & Consul for N'lands, Y'hama

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Potteaux, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Pouchon, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Pouey, H. du, agent, Messageries Maritimes, Shanghai Pouget, Rev. L. F., French Catholic mission, Malacca Poulain de St. Pére, sub-lieutenant, Du Conedic, Saigon Poulsen, C. H. O., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai Pourquier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Pourquier, telegraphist, Saigon

Povanaries, J., compositor, "Commercial Press" office, Singapore Povirier, V., (A. Nicolier) assistant, Saigon

Powell, W. (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Powell, C. S., (Brown & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Powers, R. H., (R. H. Powers & Co.) storekeeper, and marshal U.S. consulate, Nagasaki Powys, E., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Poynter, J., Maritime Customs acting tide surveyor and harbour master, Hoihow Pozo, J. del, interventor, colecciones y labores, Manila

Prado, N., del, professor, University, Manila

Prat, G., (Thomas & Mercer) clerk, Canton

Prat, surgeon, French gunboat Lynx

Prats, J., assistant, Mint, Manila

Pratt, R., boatswain, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Pratt, B. H., (Pratt, Bird & Co.) draper, Yokohama Preciado, T., wine merchant, Iloilo

Prémont, M., (V. Roque) clerk, Saigon

Prengrueber, telegraphist, Saigon

Prentice, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Pressick, C. F., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Prestage, Ward, clerk of works, Surveyor-general's office

Preston, T., editor, Celestial Empire, Shanghai

Prévert, lieutenant, French corvette Champlain

Price, G. U., (Na ional Bank of India) assistant accountant, Shanghai

Price, J. F., assistant engineer, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Price, A. F., surgeon, U.S.S. Monocacy

Price, E., engineer, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Price, B. J., (H. Consterdine) assistant, Chefoo

Price, Hon. John M., F.G.S., F.R.G.S., Surveyor-general

Price, C. J., Maritime Customs examiner, Amoy

Price, Alex., bill broker, and secretary of Chamber of Commerce & H'kow Club, H'kow

Prichard, J. H., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Prichard, A. T., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Prieto, C, assistant, audit department, Manila

Prieto, V., capitan, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Prieto, L., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Primrose, J. A., (Primrose & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

Primrose, W. M., broker, Shanghai

Prior, J. O., (G. Domoney & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Pristo, C. A., interventor, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila

Pritchett, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer, Hingo-maru, Japan Pritzsche, Rev. C., missionary, Long-hëu, Canton

Procacci, D. V., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Prockter, pilot, Saigon

Prodhomme, Rev. Č. J. N., French missionary, Saraburi, Siam Prothero, R. C., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Provand, A., (A. Provand & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Pr.vost, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Prowse, F., store-officer, Government telegraph service, Tokio

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Prueruer, R., husbandry section, home department, Tokio Puebla, M., professor of theology, University, Manila Puente, A. de la, restaurant keeper, Manila

Puertas, F. Diaz y, (Viu a de Loyzaga & Co.) printer, Manila

Pueyo, J., commandant of garrison, Manila

Pugh, E. A., first officer, steamer Kinshan, Hongkong and Canton Pugh, W., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Puhlmann, A., proprietor, "Adelphi Hotel," Singapore Puig, J., contador, colecciones y labores, Manila

   Puissilieux, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Pujol, P., Governor's office, Manila

Pullanjee, M., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore Pulsipher, Chas., supernumerary pilot, Newchwang

Purcell, P. H., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow Purdon, J. J., lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings

Purdon, John G., (Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Purkis, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore Purvis, C. K., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet Pustau, T. J. E. von., merchant, Hongkong and Canton Pye, Chas., (Odell & Leyburn) clerk, Foochow Pye, Edmund, (Elles & Co.) merchant, Amoy

   Pye, R. H., (Elles & Co,) merchant, and vice consul for France, Amoy Pyke, Rev. J. H., missionary, Peking

Pyne, W. E., captain, Mitsu Bishi barque Sakurajima-maru, Tokio

Quentric, Roman Catholic missionary, Chant'aboon, Bangkok

Quick, Geo., chief engineer, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Quimby, J. G., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond Quimby, Rev. J. R., missionary, Tokio

Quin, J. J., assistant, British consulate, Hiogo

   Quintanilha, Major R. J., director of public works, Macao Quioga, J. Malcampo, (Malcampo & Co.) merchant, Amoy

   Rabadan, M., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Rabago, M., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) clerk, Manila Race, Rev. J. R., missionary, Hankow

Rädecker, R., (Rädecker & Co.) merchant, Wyndham street Rademacker, captain, steamer Bangkok, Bangkok and Singapore

Rademaker, P., mariner, Bangkok

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Radmore, J. R., carpenter, HB.M. corvette Encounter

Rae, T. F., (Geo. Sinith & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rae, W., Maritime Customs tidesurveyor and Harbour Master, Swatow

Rate, J., (Medical Hall) chemist, Yokohama

Raffin, W., inspector of telegraphs, Nagasaki

Rago, A. de, (Union Insurance Society) clerk,Shanghai

Rago, J. de, billiard table repairer, Shanghai

Raguit, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Newchwang

Rahim, Abdool, (N. M. and A. M. Khamisa) assistant, Peel street

Rahimbboy, F. M., (R. Alladinbhoy) clerk, Hollywood road

Rahusen, D., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Raimondi, Right Rev. T. J., D.D., Vicar Apostolic, Roman Catholic bishop

Ramasse, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Ramdans, R., (Lambert Broth rs) assistant, Singapore

Ramirez, F., (F. Ramirez & Co.) merchant, Iloilo Ramirez, S., doctoral, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila

Ramirez, M., inspector-general of public works, Manila

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Ramirez, F., "La Puerta del Sol," Manila

Ramos, A. M., assistant, mint, Manila

Ramos, C., sugar manufacturer, Iloilo

Ramos, G., (M. Perez) assistant at saw mill, Manila

Ramsay, Thos., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Ramsay, H. F., merchant, Hankow

Ramsay, H., pilot, Swatow

Ramsey, Wm., chief engineer, steamer Rajanattianuhar, Hongkong and Bangkok Ramsey, C. H, (Ramsey & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Randall, T., pilot, Foochow

Raudle, Rev. H., missionary, Nganking

Ranfaine, Rev. J. B., French missionary, Chant'aboon, Siam

Rangal, Q. A., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Rangel, J, Portuguese master, Victoria boys' school, Hollywood road

    Rangel, A., accountant and distributor, Judicial department, Macao Rangel, S. J., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Rangouse, de, assistant treasurer, Saigon

    Rankine, T., second officer, steamer Kinshan, Hongkong and Cauton Rapalje, Rev. D., missionary, Amoy

Raphael, R. S., merchant, Shanghai

Rapp, F., auctioneer and commission agent, Zetland street

Rasch, C., (Rasch and Ruyter) merchant, Hiogo

Rasmussein, F. C., police force, Hiogo

Rastrick, H., fourth engineer, steamer Arratoon Apear, Hongkong and Calcutta

Rathje, W., (Ed. Knox& Co.) assistaut, Bangkok

Rato y Hevia, J, director of school of infantry, Manila

Rauch, C. A., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Raven, E. A., commissie n agent, Canton

    Rawlinson, C. J., (T. Weeks & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Rawson, S., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Foxhound Rawson, T. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Ray, E C., (Morris & Ray) shipbroker, Bank Buildings

Ray, W. H., secretary, China Traders' Insurance Co., Queen's road Raymond, F. J., paymaster's clerk, U.S.S. Richmond

Raymond, telegraphist, Saigon

Raynal de Tissonnière, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Raynal, G., merchant, Stanley street

Rayot, E., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Read, W. E. E., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunvessel Lapwing

Read, R., assistant paymaster in charge H.B.M. guavessel Lily

Read, Thos., constable, British consulate, Pagoda Anchorage, Focchow

Read, W. H. M., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) merchant, & con. gen. for Netherlands, S'pore

    Read, R. B., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) mert., and consul for Sweden & Norway, Singapore Reader, J., assistant steward, H.B.M. Naval Hospital, Yokohama

Real, A. H. da C. Corte, colonial secretary, Macao

Rebeig Bourgeois, (F. Engler & C.) clerk, Saigon Reddelien, G., (Kniffler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Reddelien, A., (A. Reddelien & Co.) mert., and con. for Sweden & Norway, Nagasaki

Reddie, J. R, (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Reding, J. E., agent, China Traders' Ins. Co., and consul for Russia, Shanghai

Redman, J., bo tswain, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Sylvia

Reed, Geo., carpenter, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Rees, J. S., assistant engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Rees, C. A., Shanghai

Reeve, R., steward, Sailors' Home, Shanghai

Reeves, J., comma der, P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hoi gkeng and Yok hma

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Reeves, W. M., (Reeves & Co.) merchant, Foochow Reeves, W., mariner, Bangkok

Reeves, W., second engineer, steamer Albay, Coast

Reeves, G., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai (absent) Regagnon, surveyor, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Regalado, B., abogado, Iloilo

Regalado, J., trader, Iloilo

Regidor, R., secretary of telegraph department, Manila

Reguera, F, G., magistrate, Manila (absent)

Reid, J., (Reid & Oastler) shipbuilder, Hiogo

Reid, J. P., (Strachan & Thomas) clerk, Yokohama

Reid, D., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tsuruga-maru, Japan

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Reid, J., cable jointer, E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s steamer Sherard Osborn, S'pore Reid, D., captain, Customs cruiser Li She, Canton

Reid, A. G., M.D., medical practitioner, Hankow

Reid, F., commission merchant, Shanghai

Reid, E. L., (Oriental Bank) acting agent, Hiogo

Reidhaar, Rev. L., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street

Reiff, R., (H. Ahrens & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Reilly, F. E., manager, "Central Hotel," Shanghai

Reimers, A., (P. Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Reimers, Otto, (P. Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Reina, M., clerk, audit department, Manila

Reina, F. S., (F. de Jesus & Co.) storekeeper, Bangkok

Reiners, W., (Melchers & Co.) merchant, and consul for Russia, Peddar's Wharf

Reis, A., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) manager, Shanghai

Reis, J. S. da Silva, retired major, Macao

Relph, Henry, (Lane, Crawford & Co ) storekeeper, Shanghai

Rembert, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Remé, G. A., (Remé Brothers) merchant, Singapore

Remedios, J. A. dos, (H.K. & W. Dock Co.) clerk, Patent Slip, West point

Remedios, L., racioneros, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila

Remedios, S. A. dos, assistant, "Canton Hotel," Canton

Remedios, R., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, F., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, J. G. dos, (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Remedios, Luis, secretary, Clero Catedral, Manila

Remedios, F. A., Jr., (E. E., Australasia & China Telegraph. Co.) clerk, Queen's road Remedios, S. B., (Hall and Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Remedios, -, (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, R. A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Hiogo

Remedios, B. F., commission agent, Ladder street

Remedios, F. J. dos, (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, Yokohama Remedios, M. dos, clerk, Colonial Secretary's office, Macao

Remedios, A. dos, (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, E. A, (Eastern Extension, Australasia & China Tele. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, G. M. dos, (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Remedios, A. F. dos (Jerdein & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Remedios, J. C. dos, (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, V. dos, (J. M. Armstrong) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, Alex. A. dos, (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) merchant, Gough street

Remedios, José A. dos, (Remedios & Co.) merchant, Praya

Remedios, A. F. dos, (D. Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, M. A. dos, merchant, Macao

Remedios, F. J. dos, (D. Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, F. dos, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's wharf

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Remedios, G. dos, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Remedios, J. M. dos, (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Gough street Remedios, S. dos, (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, A. G. dos, (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

   Remedios, J. H. dos, (J. J. dus Remedios & Co.) merchant, Gough street Remedios, A. A. dos, (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, C. C. dos, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Remedios, S. A., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Remond, surgeon, Du Conedic, Saigon

Remusat, J. L., Maritime Customs clerk, Amoy

Remusat, J., professor of music and conductor of public band, Shanghai

Renard, Ed., (Spooner, Renard & Co.) merchant, Saigon

Renaut, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

René, clerk in charge Government warehouse, Saigon

Rennell, E., (Coare, Lind & Co.) clerk, Canton

Rennell, T. B., harbour master and tide-surveyor, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow Rennie, R. T., judge, H.B.M.'s Court, Yokohama

Rennie, T., M.D., medical practitioner, Foochow

Rennie, J., (Kiangnan Arsenal) naval constructor, Shanghai Renny, E. V., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Cebu Renwick, W., M.D., physician & surgeon, Nagasaki Repenn, J. A., steward, Club Germania, Yokohama Retz, F., watch and clockmaker, jeweller, &c., Yokohama Reuben, S. J., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Foochow Reuben, M. J., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Reuben, D. L., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Ningpo Reuchlin, G., coffee house keeper, Saigon

Reus, C. F., watchmaker, Bangkok

Reusch, Rev. C. G., missionary, Basil Mission

Reutens, G. W., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Singapore

Reutens, P. A., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore

Reutens, G. S., clerk, Marine department, Singapore

Reutens, F. G., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Singapore

Reutens, P. A., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Reuter, E. L., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Praya

Revilla, F., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Révilliod, J., chief secretary, Municipal Council, Saigon

Rex, A. B., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Reyes, P., (B, A. Barretto & Co.'s Foundry) assistant, Manila

Reyes, J., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer, Manila

Reyes, M. de los, (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) merchant, Manlia

Reyes, J., escribano, real audiencia, Manila

Reyes, F. O., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Reyes, J. J., merchant, Bohol, Philippines

Reyes, F., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) clerk, Manila

Reyes, M., (W. P. Moore) assistant, Queen's roal

Reyes, J., (Reyes & Co.) shipchandler, Manila

Reyes, B., (Vaño & Reyes) merchant, Cebu

Reyes, J. N. C., carriage builder, Manila Reyes, J., (Reyes & Co.) shipchandler, Manila

Reymann, Oscar, chemist, Manila

Reymond, B., "Hotel de Colonies," Hiogo

Reymond, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Reyna, J., foundry, Iloilo

Reynaud, P. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Reynaud, N., druggist and ice manufacturer, Saigon

Reynaud, Z., Yokohama

'FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Reynders, W. C., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokoha na Reynell, A. E., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Reynell, H. E., (J. Gillinghatn & Co.) clerk, Hingo

Reynell, S., assistant, Municipal Council offices, Shanghai

Reynold, Jas., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

   Reynolds, E. G., military staff clerk, district office, Royal Artillery Reynolds, R. H., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) assistant, Singapore Reynolds, T. J., broker, Manila

Reynolds, F. A., auctioneer and broker, Shanghai

Reynolds, E. T., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Reynoud, J., English interpreter, French Consulate, Yokohama

Reynor, J., lighthouse mechanic, Amoy

Reza, H. M., (Hajee Meerza Mahomed Ally & Co) clerk, Gough street

   Rhein, H. H. G., usher, Netherlands Con. Court for China, Shanghai Rhein, J., secretary interpreter, Netherlands Legation, Peking

Rhein, G., Shanghai

Rheinart, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Rhiel, butcher, Saigon

Rhoades, A. C., surgeon in charge, U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama Rhode, C., merchant, Yokohama

Rhoves, Wm., paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Rhus, Rev. H. H., missionary, Tokio

Riach, J., (Boyd & Co.) engineer, Shanghai.

Ribeiro, F. Jr., (Schriever & C.) clerk, Haiphong

Ribeiro, F. V. C., (E. C. Kirby & Cɔ.) clerk, Yokohama

Ribeiro, J., storekeeper, Macao

Ribeiro, A. J. V., clerk, revenue department, Macao

Ribeiro, F. V., ricebedor, Recebedoria das Decimas, Macao

Ribeiro, J. Junr., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esmail) clerk, Gage street

Ribeiro, J. M. V., Hiogo News office, Hiogo

Ribeiro, R. V., (Noronha & Co) compositor, Zetland street

Ribeiro, F. X. F., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Ribeiro, M., acting consul-general for Portugal, Singapore

Ribeiro, A. A. V., foreman, Daily Press office

Ribeiro, F. V., clerk, Auditor-general's office

Ribeiro, A. F., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Ribeiro, A. J. V., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Ribera, J. clerk, audi: department, Manila

Rica, Gl. G. E., United States vice-consul geueral, Yokohama

Rice, John S., acting gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Rice, Miss, (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Rice, E. W., commission agent, Shanghai

Richard, J., ecclesiastical department, Manila Richard, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon Richard, Rev. T., missionary, Taiyuenfoo, Chefoo

Richards, P. N., midshipman, H.B.M.S Iron Duke Richards, J. (W. Birt & Co.) ass stant, Shanghai Richards, J., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Richards, G. C., pilot, Newchwang

Richardson, T. W., (Bradley & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Swatow

Richelieu, A. de, Siamese navy, Bangkok

Richmond, T. G., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Richter, A., (A. Roensch) assistant, Iloilo

Richter, B., (A. Roensch) assistant, Manila

Richter, R., (Richter & Co.) commission merchant, Hiogo

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rickard, G. P., chief clerk, H.M. Naval Yard (absent)

   Rickards, F., deputy marshal, United States Consulate, Shanghai Rickett, J., (P. & Ó. S. N. Co.) agent, Yokohama

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Rickett, C. B., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Rickman, S. H., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Frolic

Riddle, C., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) agent, Hakodate

Ridges, Rev, H. C., missionary, Canton

Ridgway, A. B., assistant paymaster, Army Pay Department

Riechmann, J. J., (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant & Austrian consul, Bangkok

Riefkens, H., watchmaker, Bangkok

Rienaecker, R., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Riley, J. R., missionary, Chungking

   Ringer, B. S., medical practitioner, Tamsui and Keelung Ringer, J. M., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Ringer, F., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki Rinn, E., consul for France, Singapore

Rio, E. A. do, second commander, gunboat Tejo, Macao Rios, F., governor's office, Manila

Ripoll, F. de P., civil governor of the province, Manila Risk, H., second engineer, steamer Esmeralda, Coast Ristelhueber, P., in charge French Consulate, Foochow Ritchie, captain of steamer Kongsee, Bangkok and Singapore Ritchie, H. A., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) clerk, Queen's Road Ritter, E., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) merchan', Singapore Ritter, G., constable, German Legation, Peking

Rivas, "El Occidente" restaurant, Manila

Rivault, E., contractor, Saigon

Rivera, L., chief of studies, Iufantry Cadets' school, Manila

Rivera, L. R. de, interventor, tax department, Manila

Rivers, W., inspector of police

Rivière, (Denis Frères) clerk, Saigon

Rivilla, F., professor of theology, University, Manila

Rivington, Chas., share broker, Shanghai

Rizzi, J. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Robarst, J. A. T., linguist, Procurador's department, Macao Robarts, R. R., (H. N. Mody) assistant, Graham street Robarts, C., (Shanghai Mercury Office) compositor, Shanghai Robb, D., (Buyers & Robb) shipwright, Singapore Robeldo, P., medical practitioner, Manila

Robert, commissaire, administrative s rvice, Haiphong Robert, E., sub-chief, direction of the interior, Saigon Roberts, J., master, Tugboat Association, Shanghai Roberts, W., second engineer, steamer Namon, Coast Roberts, G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Takow

Roberts, Rev. J. H., missionary, Peking

Roberts, N. D'E., paymaster, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Sylvia

Roberts, W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Horai-maru, Tokio

Roberts, J., turnkey, British Consulate, Yokohama

Roberts, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter and diver, Shanghai

Roberts, A., (Coare, Lind & Co.) clerk, Canton

Roberts, J. P., marine surveyor, Shanghai

Roberts, H. M., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Roberts, H, fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Robertson, R. M., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) chief engineer, Kowloon

Robertson, W. S., clerk, Imperial telegraph service, Nagasaki

Robertson, E. J., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Singapore

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Robertson, W. B., clerk, telegraph service, Nagasaki

Robertson, Jas., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Robertson, D., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Shinagawa maru, Tokio

Robertson, G., staff surgeon, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Robertson, R., inspector, Telegraph department, Toyohashi, Japan

Robertson, J. H., M.D., "The Dispensary," Singapore

Robertson, A. L., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Robertson, H. G., (Robertson & Co.) commission merchant and builder, Foochow

Robertson, J., (Oriental Bank) manager, Shanghai

Robertson, Wm., (Boyd & Co.) engineer, Yokohama

Robertson, Russell, consul for Great Britain, Yokohama (absent)

Robins, M., (M. Robins & Co.) exchange office, Shanghai

Robins, B., (M. Robins & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Robinson, G. G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Robinson, C. G., lieutenant, H.M.S. Iron Duke

Robinson, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin

Robinson, Sir W. C. F., K.Č.M.G., Governor of Straits Settlements

Robinson, N. J., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila

Robinson, J., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Robinson, John, bill and share broker, Morrison hill (absent)

Robinson, A., solicitor, Shanghai

Robinson, W. J., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Foochow

Robison, Richard D., (Wilkin & Robison) merchant, Yokohama

Robles, Z., veterinary surgeon, Iloilo

Robles, Z., milliner, Iloilo

Robless, R. R., clerk, court of requests, Penang

Robson, J., master engine wright, Keelung Colliery Roca, J. L., asesor, juzgado de guerra, Manila Rocha, R., archivero, tribunal de cuentas, Manila Rocha, J., assistant, apostadero, Manila

Rocha, A. C. da, (Margesson & Co.) clerk, Macao Rocha, R., assistant, audit department, Manila Rocha, C. V. da, colonial treasurer, Macao

Rocha, A. L., marine surveyor, Manila

Rocha, F. da, clerk, commissão do hospital militar de S. Januario, Macao

Rocha, F. de P. M. da, first clerk, income tax office, Macao

Rocha, J. G. da, accountant, Post-office

Rocha, V. C., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Rocha, A. A. da, purser, steamer Kinshan, Canton river

Roche, (Tarjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore

Roche, D. de la, constable, German consulate, Swatow Roche, surveyor, Royal Customs, Haiphong Roché, professor, boys' public school, Saigon

Roché, inspector of public roads, Saigon

Rocher, E., Maritime Customs assistant, Returns office, Shanghai

Rocher, L. S., assistant Chinese secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking

Rodewald, J. F., (Rodewald & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Rodger, A., (China Sugar Refiting Co) assistant, East point

Rodgers, J., (F. Mawhood) harnessmaker, Shanghai

Rodgers, A. G., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Rodoredo, F. de P., marmolisto, Manila.

Rodrigues, Th. J., professor "Escola Commercial," Macao

Rodrigues, L. F., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore Rodrigues, B. S., warden, Water Police, Macao

   Rodrigues, P. V., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace Rodrigues, A., trader, Iloilo

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Rodrigues, M., clerk, Marine dej artment, Singapore

Rodrigues, H. J., (Sun Yee & Co.) el rk & foreman, Sheong On Fire Insce., Bridges street. Rodrigues, Rev. V. V., chaplain of ex-convent of Sta. Clara, Ma ao

Rodrigues, J. J., (M. Kirkwood) clerk, Yokohama

Rodrigues, J. J. E., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Rodrigues. J. M., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Singapore

Rodrigues, J., clerk, income tax office, Macao

Rodrigues, J. S., first clerk, Stamp Revenue office Rodrigues, A. J., clerk, Post-office

Rodriguez, F., comandante of cavalry, Manila

Rodriguez, P., oficial, Estancadas, Manila

Rodriguez, P. Javier y, (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) merchant, Manila

Rodriguez, M., comandante de provincia, Iloilo

Rodriguez, J., lightkeeper, hanghai

   Rodyk, B., (Rodyk & Davidson) advocate and attorney, Singapore Roehr, Victor, (Kniffler & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

Roensch, O., (A. Roensch) ha: manufacturer, Manila

Roensch, G., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Manila

Roensch, A., bat maker, Iloilo

   Roesing, G., (Remé Brothers) clerk, Singapore Roesler, C. F., foreign office, Tokio

Roger, telegraphist, Saigon

Rogers, H. S., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Rogers, Ed., (China and Japan Trading Co.) local agent, Nagasaki

Rogers, G. O., surgeon dentist, Arbuthnot road

Rogers, F. R, (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Rogerson, J. M., (Gas Co.) works foreman, Shanghai

Rogge, C. G., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Roggers, G. J., (C. Edbrook) assistant, Shanghai

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Rogers, Mrs., Belle Vue," Shanghai

   Rohde, R. T., (Oriental Bank Corporation) assis ant accountant, Hiogo Rohde, C., acting Peruvian consul, Yokohama

Röhl, G., (Shanghai Associated Wharves) acting manager, Shanghai Rohlk, (Hartwig & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Rojo, P., assistant, Mint, Manila

Roland, E., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Roldan, J., assistant, Post Office, Iloilo

Roldan, R., assistant, Mint, Manila

Romana, J. Sta., assistant, Exchequer department, Iloilo

Romanet, E., precepteur, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

Romano, A. G., (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) mer., con, for Brazil & hon, con. for Por-

tugal, Gough street

Rome, G., lieutenant, Customs cruiser Peng-choo-hai, Canton

Romeo, B., contador, colecciones y labores, Manila

Romero, R., assistant, public works department, Manila

Romeu, A., professor of pharmacy, university, Manila

Ron leros, B. F., acting president, audit department, Manila

Roderos, M. F. de los, assistant, army administration, Manila Ropers, harbour-master, Saigon (absent)

Ropert, surgeon, Antelope, Saigon

Roquancourt, Karaval de, ensign, French, corvette Kerguelɩn

Roque, H., (V. Roque) manager, Saigon

Roque, V., merchant, Saigon

Roquemartine, E., interpreter, French consulate, Hiogo

Roretz, A. von., M.D., physician, Yokohama

Rosa, C., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rosado, M, Sociedad Seguros Maritimo, Manila

Rosario, A. P. do, piano tuner, Amoy

    Rosario, A., (Shanghai Mercury office) compositor, Shanghai Rosario, E. del, (F. Ullmann) assistant, Manila

Rosario, C. del, capellan, Presidio, Manila

Rosario, A. V. del secretary, real audiencia, Manila Rosario, B. del, ecclesiastical department, Manila Rose, P., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) clerk, Bangkok Rose, C., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) merchant, Bangkok Rose, E., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) el rk, Singapore Rose, Mrs. J. F., milliner, Queen's road

Rose, T., blacksmith, Yokohama

Rose, T. I., (Borneo Co.) assistant and vice-consul, for Siam, Queen's road Rose, E. N., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Rose, Miss, (Rose & Co.) milliner, Queen's road

Rosello, B, ayudante, Harbour Master's department, Manila

Rosen, Baron R., secretary, Russian Legation, Tokio (absent)

Rosenbaum, S., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow Rosenbaum, J., auctioneer, Shanghai

Ross, J., Government Service, Bangkok

Ross, K. McK., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Ross, J., gunner, Customs cruiser Peng-chao-hai, Canton

Ross, Jno., second engineer, lighthouse tender Meiji Maru, Yokohama Ross, Rev. John, missionary, Newchwang

Ross, W., (G. Falconer & Co.) manager, Queen's road Ross, H. C., assistant Government architect, Bangkok Ross, J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Ningpo Rosselet, L., watch importer, Wellington street Rossigneux, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Rost, M., (C. Gerard & Co.) storekeeper, Amoy Rost, W., (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Canton Rotger, kapitan-lieutenant, German gunboat Albatross Rothdauscher, H., apothecary, Manila

Rothdauscher, A., (H. Rothdauscher) assistant, Manila Rotrou, lieutenant, French corvette Champlain

Rötschke, C. A., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) merchant, Manila Rotz, Rev. M. de, Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki Rouet, (Messageries Maritimes) storekeeper, Saigon Rougé, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang Rougeot, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Roughton, J. C., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly Rousseau, Rev. P. L., French missionary, Bangkok

Roussel, chief commissioner of Royal Customs, Haiphong

Roustan, J., (U. Pila & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Rouston, P. (Société de Commissions &c.) assistant, Cambodia Roujon, de, sub-lieutenant, Du Conedic, Saigon

Roux, pilot, Saigon

Rover, B., (Behre & Co.) clerk, Cholen, Saigon

Rovira, F., ministro, Tribunal de Cuentas, Manila

Rowe, W. H., assistant paymaster, H.B.M.S. Comus Rowe, C, constable, British consulate, Kiukiang

Rowe Alfred, (Thomas & Mercer) Canton

Rowell, T. I., M.D., Principal Medical officer, Singapore Rowland, E. J. O., (R. E. Wainewright) clerk, Shanghai Rowse, J., timber merchant, Shanghai

Roxas, F. L., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) merchant, Manila

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Roxas, F., professor de dibujo, University, Manila

Roxas, J. B., merchant, Manila

Roxas, P. P., (J. B. Roxas) merchant, Manila

Roy, R. P., first engineer, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton Roy, H. L., second officer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta Roza, S., ensign, National Battalion, Macao

Roza, F. S. da, writer, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Roza, P., (L. Vrard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Roza, Dr. B. M. A., professor, "Escola Commercial," Macao

Roza, A. A. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Roza, E. da, student interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao Roza, P. S. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Canton

Roza, B. M. N. A., surgeon adjutant, Police force, Macao

Roza, A. M. da, opium dealer, Macao

Roza, L. d'A., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's road Roza, D. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow Roza, B. M. de A., retired lient.-colonel, Macao Roza, A. B. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Roza, J. F. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Roza, M. M. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Roza, João da, barber and hairdresser, Wellington street

Rozarie, telegraphist, Saigon

Rozaric, M. J. do, (W. B. Spratt & Co.) clerk, Praya Central

Rozario, S. R., (Moore & Co.) manager, Queen's road

Rozario, R. do, assistant wardmaster, Hospital de San Rafael, Macao

Rozario, L., compositor, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai

Rozario, J. F. do, (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rozario, A., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rozario, P. A., clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore Rozario, F. P., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Rozario, C. do, proprietor, Mercantile Printing office, Shanghai Rozario, Art. do, manager, Mercantile Printing office, Shanghai Rozario, M., (A. Millar & Co.) assistant, Queen's road east Rozario, H. do, compositor, Daily Press office

Rozario, D. F., (Cameron, Dunlop & Co.) clerk, Singapore Rozario, A. A., compositor, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai Rozario, F. P., compositor, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai Rozario, A. A. do, (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai Rozario, F. J. do, (M. A. dos Remedios) clerk, Macao Rozario, F. F. do, interpreter, Water Police station, Macao Rozario, L., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) turner, Singapore

Rozario, P. H. do, clerk, Colonial Secretary's office

Rozario, F. H., (MacKenzie & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Rozario, C. M. do, (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Rozario, Aug., (Mercantile Printi: g office), compositor, Shanghai

Rozario, A. J. do, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) godown clerk, Praya central Rozario, E. F. do, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Rozario, F., chemist, Shanghai

Rozario, D. do, (D. Rozario & Co.) commission agent, Foochow

Rozario, L., (Sharp, Toller, & Johnson) clerk, Supreme Court House

Bozario, M. C. do, (Rozario & Co.) merchant, Stanley street

Rozario, R. A. do, interpreter, Supreme Court

Rozario, L. M. do, messenger, Municipal Chamber, Macao

Rozario, A. F. do, proprietor, "Canton Hotel," and auctioneer, Canton Rozario, J. E., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai Rozario, A. C. do, master of Governor's galley, Macao

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rozario, J. M., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Roze, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Roze, J., (V. Roque) assistant, Saigon

Rozée d'Infrevill, Capt., aide de camp to Governor of French Cochin China Rozells, E., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, S ngapore

Rozier, surveyor of telegraphs, Cambodia

Ruang, A. T., (De Bay, Gotte & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Rubart, Henry, constable, German consulate, Tientsin

Ruddy, Jas., guuner, H.B.M. gunvessel Lily

Rudland, J., quartermaster, Customs cruiser Peng-chao-hai, Canton

Rudland, W. D., missionary, Taichow, Ningpo

Ruegg, E., (chönhard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ruiz, J., comisario de guerra, Manila

Ruiz, J. C. y, arcediano, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila

Ruiz, V., engineer of public works, Manila

Rumble, Wm., chief engineer, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Rumjohn, B., (Ramsey & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Russel, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kumamoto-maru, Japan

Russell, H., storekeeper, Phnom-penh, Cambodia

Russell, S. M., M.A., professor of astronomy and meteorol gy, College of Peking Russell, H. C., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Russell, M., (Curnow & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Russell, T., (Evans & Co.) a sistan:, Shanghai Russell, W. B., Customs assistant, Chefoo

Russell, F. T., engineer, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie Russell, E. S., (John Little & Co.) assis'ant, Singapore Russell, A., secretary interpreter, Judicial Court, Yokohama Russell, D. A., commission agent, Shanghai

Russell, Hon. J., police magistrate, acting attorney general Russell, T. C., auctioneer and commission agent, Nagasaki Rustant, A., "Las Modas de l'aris," Manila

Rustomjee, P., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Rustomjee, S., broker, Stauley street

Rustomjee, C., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent) Rutherford, Geo., (Kobe Iron Werks) draftsman, Hingo

Ruthven, J. G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

Ruttmann, H., (J. W. Müller & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Ruttonjee, B., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai Ruttonjee, E., (Manecjee & Co.) assistant, Peel street

Ruttonjee, M., (D. Nowrjee) assistant, Queen's road

Rurtonjee, B., (J. Manecjee & Co.) shopkeeper, Peel street

Rutrunjee, D., (D. Rutrunjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road Ruyter, J. L., (Rasch & Ruyter) merchant, Hiogo

Ryan, T. W., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Ryan, F. J., (A. Millar & Co.) assistant, Queen's road east Ryan, W. S., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ryke, J. de, engineer, Construction section, Osaka

Rylander, J. G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

Ryrie, Hon. Phineas, (Turner & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Sa, L. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sa, H. de, assistant interpreter, Foreign office, Bangkok Sa, A. F. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sá, F. de, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Sà, C. da, (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) engineer's apprentice, Aberdeen Saavedra, R., (M. J. Gallen) assistant, Manila

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Sachan, G., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sacharoff, N. G., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Hankow Sackermann, E., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) merchant, Manila Sacramento, L., alferez, cuerpo de ejercito, Iloilo

Sacristan, A., surgeon major, Army medical department, Manila Sadler, Rev. J., missionary, Amoy

   Saer, W. E. P., paymaster, H.B.M. sloop Albatross Saez, F., teacher, senimario conciliar de jaro, Iloilo

Saez, T., trader, Iloilo

Saez è Ybarra, F., escribano, Alcaldias Mayores, Pototan, Philippines

Saez, A,, consiliario de artes, Sociedad Economica, Manila

   Saget de la Jouchere, aide-de-camp to Admiral Duburquois, French frigate Armide Sagües, L., accountant, Mint, Manila

Saboulle, assistant surgeon, French corve te Kerguelen

Saintard de Bequiquy, de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Sainz, Ben, (V. Sainz) assistant, Manila

Sainz, "El Occidente" restaurant, Manila

Sainz, Rev. F. F., procurator, Dominican Mission, Caine road Sainz, V., pawnbroker, Manila

Sainz, Bon., (V. Sainz) assistant, Manila

   Satabelle, Madame X., Bay View House Academy, Yokohama Salabelle, X., Bay View House Academy, Yokohama

Saladin, Rev. E., French missionary, Ban-nok-kuak, Bangk k Salamanca, G., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Salazar, N. A., assistant, apostadero, Manila.

Salazar, B., (Victoria Undertakers) clerk, Queen's road east

   Saleilles, Rev. C., French Catholic mission, Bukeh Timah, Singapore Salenave, J. P., manager, Société de Commissions, &c., Saigon Sales, V. A., chancelier-interprète, French consulate, Canton

Salette, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Salje, C. C. C., proprietor, Oriental Hotel, Bangkok Salmon, T., consul for Netherlands, Bangkok

Salmon, P. A., Roman Catholic Mission, Ban-nok-kuak, Siam Salmon, R. M., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Salmon, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Salmond, H., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge

Saltarel, P. M., (Grand Hotel) book-keeper, Yokohama

Saltzkorn, E., (Behre & Co.) merchant, and German Consul, Saigon

Salvador, A., (Barlow & Wilson) assistant, Manila

Salvery, A., baker, Yokohama

Sambet, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Sambrooke, Rev. S. A., missionary, Wênchow

Samie, J., third commissaire, French consulate, Yokohama

Sampaio, J. P. de, acting Harbour-master, Macao

Sampiloff, S. S., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Kalgan Sampson, H. W., acting clerk, mercantile marine office Sampson, J., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sampson, A. F., boarding officer, Harbour-master's department Sampson, Theo., head master, Government School, Canton Samuel, J., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Samuels, F. V., (C. & J. Trading Co.) assistant, Yokohama San, E. de., (de San & Stein) merchant, Hiogo (absent) San Augustine, J., carriage builder, Iloilo

Sanches, C. A., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai Sanchez, J., comandante de carabineras, Iloilo Sanchez, F., ecclesiastical department, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Sancho, J., assistant, Mint, Manila

Sandeman, R. H., (National Bank of India) manager, Queen's road Sander, F., (Sander & Co) merchant, Queen's road

Sanders, F. A., lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings

Sanders, W., Maritime Customs examiner, Swatow

Sanderson, T., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Sanderson, J. L. P., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Sandham, C. H., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Sandret, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Sandström, B. I., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Sanduvete, D. C. y, assistant, army administration, Manila

Sangster, C. F. A., organist to St. John's Cathedral, sheriff & clerk of Court Sangster, T., signalman, Harbour Master's office, Shanghai

Santa Ana, R. A., lightkeeper, Fisher Island lighthouse, Amoy

Santi, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Santiago, T., restaurant keeper, Manila

Santisteban, F. A., contador, Adminis, de Aduanas, Manila Santos, B. de la, (C. Valdezco) assistant, Manila Santos, A. dos, almoxarifado de guerra, Macoa Santos, E. C. dos, photographer, &c., Takao

Santos, J. M., compositor, Japan Gazette office, Yokohama Santos, A. F. dos., compositor, Daily Press office

Santradan, J., teacher, Seminario Conciliar de Jaro, Iloilo Santucci, (Morice Jeune and Bailly) storekeeper, Hanoi Sanz, M., magistrate, Manila

Sapey, E. D., foreman, fitting depart., Hongkong Gas Co., West point Sapoorjee, E., (P. & O.S.N. Co.,) clerk, Praya

Sararin, second commissaire, French consulate, Yokohama (absent)

Sarda, M., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Sargent, E. A., (Sargent, Farsari & Co.) stationer, Yokohama

Sarin, Rev. H., French missionary, Swatow

Sarlande, attaché, French Legation, Peking

Saroziu, F., Foreign Office, Tokio.

Sarthou, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Sarton, M., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Sartorius, P., (Botica de la Escolta) soda water maker, &c., Manila Sartucha, "La Vascongada" restaurant, Manila

Sass, F., proprietor, "Globe Hotel," Bangkok

Sassi, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Sasso, A., Roman Catholic Missionary, Wellington street

Sassoon, Ed. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Sassoon, E. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Sassoon, M. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

   Sassoon, F. D., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Praya central Satow, E., Japanese secretary, British Legation, Tokio

Satterthwaite, Captain J. H., R.E., deputy colonial engineer, Penang Sanger, P. M., (Dauver & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Saul, G. M., (R. F. Hoskyn) clerk, Iloilo

Saul, D. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Saumarez, Hon. J., second secretary of British Legation, Tokio

Saunders, G., verger & sexton, St. John's Cathedral, & chief usher, magistracy

Saunders, W., artist and photographer, Shanghai

Saunders, Captain J C., marine surveyor, Foochow

Sauné, B., percepteur, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

Saura, P., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Savile, B. B., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler

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Sawtelle, G. E., (Mustard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Sawyer, O. G., secretary to the Rear Admiral, U.S. Squadron in China and Japan Saxtorph, V., mariner, Bangkok

Sayas, M. V. y, assistant, army administration, Manila

Sayle, T. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Sayle, D., (Sayle & Co.) linen draper, &c., Queen's road Sayle, W. J., Maritime Customs examiner, Wuhu

   Sayn, H., secretary, French Municipal Council, Shanghai Scaife, G., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore Scarborough, Rev. W., missionary, Hankow

   Schaab, W., (Pickenpack, Thies & Co.) merchant, Bangkok Schaal, F., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Schaar, E., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Schaar, B., (Dircks & Co.) merchant, Swatow

Schadenberg, A., (Botica de la Escolta) assistant, Manila

Schaeffer, A, secretary, German consulate, Yokohama (absent)

Schäffer, Chev. I. de, Austrian minister, and consul-general for Japan and China Schaible, Rev. D., missionary, Basil Mission, Nyenhangli

Schaub, Rev. M., missionary, Basil Mission, Lilong Schaumlöffel, H., Maritime Customs examiner, Swatow Scheerder, L. J., proprietor, New Dispensary, Singapore Scheerder, J. C., (New Dispensary) assistant, Singapore

Scheerder, J. L., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore Scheffer, J. F., shipchandler, Praya

Scheineder, lieutenaut, French Military detachment, Hanoi

Schelkies, L. V., (Jaimie, Burkbardt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Schenck, W. S., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Canton

Schenck zu Schweinsberg, Baron, secretary, German Legation, Peking (absent) Schendel, Dr. L., professor, Medical College, Tokio

Scheppelmann, C., (Gas Co.) clerk, Shanghai

   Schereschewsky, Rt. Rev. S. I. J., Bishop of Am. Prot. Episcopal Church, Shanghai Schering,., commander, German corvette Luise

Scherzer, F., acting consul, French consulate, Canton

Scherzer, F. A., Maritime Customs clerk, Hankow Scheuten, H. A., (Scheuten & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Schinne, Otto, (Schinne & Francke) merchant, Yokohama Scbjöth, F., Maritime Customs assistant, Swatow

Schlatter, A., (Puttfarcken, Rhenier & Co.) clerk, Singapore Schlemming, Rabin Gold Mines, Bangkok

Schlüter, P. G. H., (Schlüter & Strandt) compradore, Hakodate

Schmacker, B., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Schmid, E. H., (Bair & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Schmid, C., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Schmidt, mariner, Bangkok

Schmidt, A. Th., pilot, Bangkok

Schmidt, Char., (Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Schmidt, C. H., constable, German Consulate, Yokohama

Schmidt, H., (Behre & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Schmidt, W., (W. Schmidt & Co.) gunsmith, corner of Wyndham street

Schmidt, J. Meinhard, public accountant, Shanghai

Schmitt, Rev. F. J., French missionary, Petrew, Siam Schmitz, -, ensign, French corvette, Kerguelen Schnakenburg, H., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon Schnars,, sub-lieutenant, German corvette Luise Schneer, S., (S. Schneer y Hermano) jeweller, Manila Schneer, M., (S. Schneer y Hermano) jeweller, Manila

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Schnepel, H., gunner, Revenue steamer Fei Hu, Swatow Schoene, F., (Valmale, Schoene & Milsom) merchant, Yokohama Schoenecke, H., proprietor, Imperial Hotel, Nagasaki Schöenike, J. F., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton Schoering, H., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Schoenke, F., watchmaker and photographer, Foochow Scholinus, C., engineer, Dock Company, Bangkok Schomburg, A., merchant, Hoibow

Schönberger, R., (Kruse & Co.) tobacconist, &c., Queen's road Schönfeld, F, (Schönfeld & Co.) merchant, Foochow

   Schönhard, G., (Schönhard & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Schraeder, W., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Schraub, E., (Busch, Schraub & Co.) shipchandler, Yokohama Schriever, W., (Schriever & Co.) merchaut, Haiphong and Hanoi

Schroeder, K., (Schroeder Fières) proprietor, saw mills, and consul for Italy, Saigon Schroeder, A., (Schroeder Frères) proprietor, saw mills, Saigon

Schroers, A., merchant and silk inspector, Shanghai Schuckmann, von, kapitain-lieutenant, German gunboat Cyclop Schultz, G., municipal police constable, Yokohama

Schultz, Lieut. C. A, (Gt. N. Telegraph Co.) secretary, Shanghai Schultz, H. M., (J. W. Müller & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Schultze, F. W., chief officer, C.N. Co.'s steamer Newchwang, Coast Schultze, Dr. W., professor, Medical College, Tokio

Schultze, E., captain, steamer Yangtze, Coast

Schultze, A., merchant, Yokohama

Schüren, H., photographer, Manila

Suster, J. F., proprietor, Oriental Hotel, Wellington street

Schuster, P., chemist, Manila

Schütt, N. P., proprietor, " Beach Hotel," Chefoo

Schwabe, R. S., (Kingdon, Schwabe & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Schwarzkopf, F., (F. Blackhead & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Schwarzkopf, P., (F. Blackhead & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's road (absent) Schweblin E., (Comptoir d'Escompte) acting agent, Hongkong Schwenger, A., (J. Witte) manager of ice works, Manila

Schwob, B., (F. Ullmann) assistant, Manila

Scott, J., second engineer, steamer Danube, Hongkong and Bangkok Scot', Thos., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Scott, R., (Taujong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore

Scott, T., (l'anjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore Scott, R., (Bair & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

   Scott, W. G., commander, H.B.M. gun vessel Lapwing Scott, R. M., (C. & J. Trading Co.) assistaut, Nagasaki Scott, J., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Scott, F. W., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore Scott, M. G., (Lloyd, Kho Tiong Pob & Co.) agent, Amoy Scott, W. R., (W. R. Scott & Co.) merchant, Singapore Scott, M. M., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio Scott, W. G., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama Scott, J. M., Kioto, Japan

Scott, B. C. S., acting consul, British consulate, Kinkiang Scott, T. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Scott, J., acting consul, British consulate, Kiungchow

Scott, T., (Guthrie & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Scott, Jas., engineer, Sado mines, Niigata

Scott, Rev. C. P., B.A., canon of the Cathedral, Shanghai, missionary, Chefoo Scott, J. L., (Birley, Worthington & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

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Scott, J. H., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Queen's road (absent) Scott, Grant, (Dodd & Co.) tea inspector, Tamsui

Scott, J. K., (Bair & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Scott, Capt. D., broker, Customs agent, &c., Yokohama

Scott, E. 1., M.D., medical practitioner, Swatow

Scott, G. O., (Oriental Bank) acting manager, Queen's road

Scruggs, W. L., United States consul, Chinkiang

Scudder, W., head turnkey, Victoria Gaol

Sculty, E. F., (Sandilands, Buttery & Co.) clerk, Penang Seaman, John F., (Wisner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Seaton, W. A., commander, P. & O. steamer Malacca

Seckendorff, von, -, captain-lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert Seckendorff, von, teacher, Foreign Language School, Tokio

Secker, Engelbert, (M. Secker & Co.) hat manufacturer, Manila Seckinger, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Wuhu Sedgwick, Rev. J. H., missionary, Hangchow

Segardol, J., quartermaster, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Amoy

Segonzae, E. S. de, Maritime Customs assistant, Canton (unattached) Seimund, C. H. E., (More & Seimund) shipchandler, Praya

Suisson, A., proprietor, "Hotel et Restaurant des Colonies," Shanghai Seitz, Chr., (J. Oppel) assistant, Manila

Selby, Rev. T. G., missionary, Canton

Sellar, A., master of tug boats, Tug Boat Association, Shanghai Selleuthin, C, lightkeeper, Shantung Promontary lighthouse

Sellers, C. R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Seneca, C., (0. Reymana) assistant, Manila

Senmartín, clerk, Čol nial Treasury, Saigon

Senna, E. T., (Agra Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Seuna, J. F., de Jr., (Reuter's Telegram Co.) clerk, Shanghai Senna, J. C. de, steward, Civil Hospital

Senca, C. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Senna, F. P., (Margesson & Co.) clerk, Macao

Senna, V. P., (Si mssen & Co.) clerk, Canton

Senna, R. M., foreman, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai

Sennett, N. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Sens-Olive, J. M. B., clerk, Post-office and Treasury, Haiphong

Sequeira, L. B., (Chinese Insurance Co.) Queen's road

Sequeira, E. P., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace Sequeira, N., overseer, China Mail office, Wyndham street Sequeira, P. A., pianoforte tuner, Mosque street

Sequera, J., sergeant major, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Manila Sequera, M., camisero, Manila

Serano, P., capitan, Estado Mayor de la Plaza, Manila

Sergel, V., (Kumpers & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Serrano, D., (M. P. Marqueti) clerk, Manila

Sèrre, assistant, Municipal Council, Saigon

Serruys, H., charge d'affaires, Belgian Legation, Peking Servallonga, S., rector, seminario conciliar de Jaro, Iloilo

Servando, S., trader, Iloilo

Seth, P. A., (Edgar & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Seth, P. J., (Kilgour & Co.) commission agent, Singapore

Seth, A. P., (Cornabé & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Seth, A., first clerk, Magistracy

Seun, O., teacher, language school, Tokio

Sentellas, V., officer, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Severim, A. F., commission agent, Macao

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Seward, George F., United States Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking Sewjeebhoy, A., (A. Habibbhoy) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace

Seymour, F. H., chief officer, P. & O. steamer China

Seymour, C., lieutenant, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Shadgett, J., proprietor, " Oriental Hotel," Shanghai Shand, W. J. S., merchant, Yokohama

Shann, Rev. R., B.A., missionary, Shanghai

Shann, J. ., (Mitsu Bishi, S.S. Co.) Tokio

Shapcott, R. H., engineer, Naval Yard

Sharnhorst, G. D., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Canton

Sharp, Ed., (Sharp, Toller, & Johnson) crown solicitor, Supreme Court House Sharp, C.. S., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sharp, J., (Wheelock & Co.) broker, Shanghai

Sharp, W. F., bill broker, and secretary to the Municipal Council, Hankow Sharp, Granville, (Sharp & Danby) estate agent, Queen's road

Sharp, A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore

Shaw, J. E., (P. Maclean & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Shaw, T., (Hiogo Dispensary) assistant, Hiogo

Shaw, H. R., (Bonstead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Shaw, R.W., first engineer, Customs revenue cruiser Kua-hsing, Shanghai Shaw, S. L., (Bangkok Saw Mill) clerk, Pangkok

Shaw, Rev. A. C., missionary, Tokio

Shaw, Capt. S. L., marine surveyor, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Sheehan, J., boatswaia, U.S.S. Alert

Sheffield, Rev. D. Z., missionary. Tung-chow (absent)

Shelford, T., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Shelmerdine, G., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Shepard, General I. F., United States consul, Hankow and Kiukiang

Shepherd, F., armourer sergeant, Ordnance Store Department

Sheppard, Eli T., Government service, Foreign Office, Tokio

Sheppard, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, & vice-consul for Sweden & Norway, Foochow

Sheriff, B. M., (Donaldson and Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore

Sherman, C. B., captain Tugboat Orphan, Taku

Shervinton, Lieut.-Colonel C. R., assistant commissary-general, Commissariat

Shervinton, T. R., principal engineer, Government railway service, Kobe

Sherwan, G., third officer steamer Hailoong, Coast

Shewan, A., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Shields, J., gunner, Customs cruiser Yao-te, Canton

Shilibeer, E., manager, Temperance Hall

Shinagawa, E., Japanese consul-general, Shanghai

Shirkey, W., (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman boilermaker, Kowloon Shirkoonoff, L. P., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Shirras, G., blacksmith, Yokohama

Shoolbread, A., engineer, H.M. Naval yard

Shoolengen, N. N., (Tokinakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Shoolingen, K. N., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Shoostoff, J. E, (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Foochow Shoostoff, S. E., (A. A. Bellogolovy) clerk, Tientsin Short, W. H., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

   Shortland, C. J., (Imperial Arsenal) cartridge maker, Tientsin Shrooter, H., (H. A. Petersen & Co.) clerk, Amoy Shuckburgh, G. S., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Shury, C. J., clerk, "Central Hotel," Shanghai

Shveltsoff, L. M., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Siber, H., (Siber & Brennwald) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Sick, R., (Kumpers & Co.) clerk, Singapore

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Sickels, Colonel D. B., United States consul, Bangkok

giddons, T. W., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) clerk, Singapore gidford, H. Æ, Maritime Customs assistant, Amoy

gidgreaves, Sir T., Chief Justice, Singapore

Siebold, H. von, attaché interpreter, Austro-Hungarian Legation, Tokio Siebs, N. A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Siegfried, C. A., surgeon, U.S.S. Alert

Siegfried, "W. H. L., manager, Hotel de l'Europe, Singapore

Siemssen, H. T., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

giemssen, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sigg, H., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Sikemeier, E. W., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tsuruga-maru, Tokio Silas, M. I. (E D, Sass on & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

    Silas, A. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Silas, D. H., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sillem, H., (L. Vrard & Co.) watchmaker, Shanghai

Silva, B. da, (Shanghai Mercury Office) compositor, Shanghai Silva, da, (Hewett & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Silva, E. M. da, (Davis & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Silva, U. C., (Foochow Dispensary) chemist, Foochow

Silva, J. M. de Sa, (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Silva, H., (Imprimerie Commerciale) foreman, Singapore

Silva, A. J. G., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assist..nt, Queen's road Silva, J. da, (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Silva, J., (Celestial Empire Office) compositor, Shanghai

gilva, C. J. P. da, major commanding Guia Fort, Macao

silva, B., clerk to Justices of the Peace, Macao

gilva, J. da, (J. Grassi & Brother) assistant, Bangkok

Silva, L. C. da, (National Bank of India) clerk, Queen's road

gilva, L. de, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) assistant storekeeper, Singapore

Silva, J., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Silva, S., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street

Silva, A. A. de member of municipal chamber, Macao

Silva, J. *. ua, clerk, Misericordia, Macao

Silva, S. S. da, clerk, Misericordia, Macao

Silva, F. M., in charge Leprous Asylum, Macao

Silva, A. A. E. da, bookkeeper to estate of late G. U. Sands

Silva, Rev. F. A. da, curate of the Cathedral, Macao

Siva, J. P. da, (Alfred Dent & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Silva, P. N. da, interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao Silva, A. T. da, lieutenant, gunboat Tejo, Macao

Silva, F. D. da, engineer, gunboat Tejo, Macao

Silva, J. M. E. da, (Oriental Bank) clerk, Yokohama

Silva, Rev. G. F. da, chaplain of St. Domingo's church, Macao Silva, M. J. M. G. da, professor St. Joseph's College, Macao Silva, F. F. da, (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) perator, Amoy Silva, A. da, clerk, Post-office

Silva, A. H. M. da, (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Silva, Dr. L. A. da, Colonial surgeon, Macao

Silva, E. M. da, lawyer, Macao

Silva, J. M. da, warden, St. Michael's public cemetery, Macao

Silva, M. F. da, commission agent, Canton

Silva, L. da, (B. de S. Fernandez) clerk, Macao

Silva, J. M. A. da, clerk, Anditor-general's office

Silva, M. A. da, (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Silva, T. da, chief clerk, Colonial secretary's office, Macao

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Silva, G. S. S. da, clerk, British Post-office, Shanghai

Silva, Rev. F. X. da, vicar of St. Anthony's church, Macao

Silva, C. J. P. da, retired major, Macao

Silva, C. da, (IIongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) engineer's apprentice, Aberdeen Silva, J. da, Portuguese consul, Shanghai

Silveira, F. J. da, clerk, Bibliotheca Lusitana

Silveira, B. da, student interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao

Silveira, A. da, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Silveira, A. A. B. da, clerk, register department, Macao

Silverlock, J., Junr., tea inspector, Foochow

Silverthorne, A., hotel keeper, Shanghai

   Silvestre, administrator of native affairs. Saigon Silvin, F., first commis. French consulate, Yokohama Sin, Alex., (Brand Brothers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Sim, A. C., (Medical Hall) druggist, Hiogo Simmoneau, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon Simoens, N., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Simoens, C. P., clerk, British consulate, Amoy Simões, D. P., clerk, colonial secretary's office, Macao Simões, M. P., clerk, administration of council, Macao Simões, J. R., clerk, British Post-office, Shanghai Simões, B., Procurador's department, Macao Simon, M. F., M.D., colonial surgeon, Singapore Simon, naval cadet, French frigate Armide

Simon, S., (J. J. Reyes) bookkeeper, Bohol, Philippines

Simon, C., engineer, Bangkok Saw Mills, Bangkok Simon, telegraphist, Saigon

Simon, J., (Simon, Evers & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Simonsen, E. F., pilot, Foochow

Simpson, F. C. B. C., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Simpson, J., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai Simpson, C. L., commissioner of Customs, Kkiang

Sin, L. J., (Patrew Rice Mill Co.) manager, Bangkok

Sinclair, W., (Sumsen Rice Mill Co.) manager, Bangkok

Sinclair, Geo., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore Sinclair, C. A., British consul, Foochow

Singer, F, lieutenant, U.S.S. Ashuelo!

Sinn, D., linguist, Netherlands consulate, Shanghai

Sinnot, P. W., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow

Sirdarkhar, Ajumbhoy, (Gulam Hoosein John Ma omed) mager, Gage street

Sirona, M., (Wilks & Earnshaw) moulder, Manila

Sitchon, M., trader, Iloilo

Sitchon, S., trader, Iloilo

Sites, Rev Nathan, missionary, Foochow

Sjögren, J. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Skeels, H. I., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

Skeen, J., (New Harbour Dock Co.) coppersmith, Singapera Skeggs, C. J., (C. J. Skeggs & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai Skinner, A. M., Assistant Colonial Secretary, Straits Settlements Skinner, J. J., (Monrilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Skipworth, W. G., (Skipworth, Hammond & Co.) tailor, Hingo Slade, G., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Slaghek, F. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Sleeman, R. H., Inspector of machinery, Naval Yard

Slevogt, M., (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sloan, R. S., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Alert

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Sloan, J., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, Manila

Smale, Hon. Sir John, Knight, Chief Justice

    Small, A., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.'s Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok Smedley, J., architect, Yokohama

Smerdeley, N., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Smith, R., boatswain, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Smith, J. D., staff surgeon, H.B.M. gunvessel Lily

Smith, A. G., engineer H.B.M gunvessel Lily

Smith, T. E., commodore in charge of Naval Establishment

Smith, Rev. F. R., English chaplain, Canton

Smith, Robt., sub-editor China Mail, Wyndham street Smith, P., boardinghouse keeper, Queen's road west

Smith, R. B., (Smith, Baker & Co.) merchant, Hiogo Smith, M., fitter, railway service, Yokohama

Smith, W. MacGregor, Hongkong

Smith, R. Fraser, (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) accountant, Club Chambers- Smith, W., (Watson, Cleave & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

mith, R. M., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

mith, E. C., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Queen's road (absent) mith, R. S., (Chartered Bank) acting sub-manager Shanghai mith. J., assist, audit secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking mith, G. Stevenson, M.D., Bangkok

mith, H., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) superintendent, Aberdeen mith, F. B., (Thomas & Mercer) Canton (absent)

mith, E. W. H., (R. H. Powers & Co.) assistant, Nagasaki

mith, F. J., Maritime Customs assistant, Ningpo

mith, Jas., commission agent, Cebu

Smith, W. H., (E. B. Watson) clerk, Yokohama

mith, T. W., usher, Netherland- Consulate, Bangkok

mith, R., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Wakanoura-maru, Japan

Smith, E. M., manager, Tanjong Pagar Dock Co., Singapore

Smith, Rev. A. H., missionary, Tientsin

mith, J. H., (Blackhead & Co.) shipchandler, Queen's road

Smith, J. C., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

    mith, Capt. J. U., marine surveyor, and proprietor Smith's Hotel, Nagasaki Smith, O., pilot, Nagasaki and Hiogo

Smith, A. L. R., pilot, Newchwang

Smith, E. R., (Smith, Baker & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

mith, H. R., (Butterfield & Swire) tea inspector, Foochow

Smith, D. Warres, manager, Daily Press office

Smith, C. D., (Phipps, Hickling & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Smith, H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) chief accountant, Queen's road Smith, C. V., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Praya

Smith, T. G., chief clerk and private secretary, Supreme court, Shanghai Smith, E. J., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, Shanghai

mith, R. C., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

gmith, J. D., Maritime Customs examiner, Anping, Formosa

Smith, Herbert, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Smith, John Grant, (J. G. Smith & Co.) commission agent, Duddell street (absent)

Smith, Alex. F., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's road

Smith, J. L., (Garchitorena & Smith) carriage maker, Manila

Smith, Hon. C. C., Colonial Secretary, Straits Settlements

gmith, J., (J. Smith & Co.) compradore, Chefoo

Smith, Rev. G., M.A., missionary, Swatow (absent)

Smith, J. B., secretary, Chinese Insurance Co.

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Smith, George, (George Smith & Co.) wine merchant, Shanghai

Smith, Rev S. J., missionary, and proprietor Siam Weekly Advertiser, Bangkok Smith, J., pilot, cutter Orphan, Ningpo

Smith, G. M., agent for Jardine, Matheson & Co., and consul for Denmark, Canton Smith, J. M., (E. Fischer & Co.) clerk, and acting consul for Portugal, Hiogo

Snell, T. W., paymaster, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Snellgrove, H. E.. (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Snethlage, H., assistant, Japanese consulate, Shanghai Snowden, Hon. Francis, puisne judge, Supreme Court Soames, W. R., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow Soanes, H., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Soares, J. A., Captain Military Battalion, Macao Soares, F. B., (Davis & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Soares, A. F. J., (North China Ins. Co.) clerk, Queen's road Soares, D. V., (J. Ribeiro) assistant, Macao

   Soares, F. P., (Oriental Dispensary) manager, Stanley street Socalingham, storekeeper, Municipal department, Saigon

Sæderstroem, C., mariner, Bangkok

Sobst, T., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent) Solier, P., tavern keeper, Saigon

Solis, R., army medical departm. nt, Iloilo

Solis, E., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Solomon, F., chief inspector of police, Bangkok

Solomon, E. A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant. Queen's road

Solomon, S. J., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Wuhu

Solomon, R., general broker, Elgin street

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Solomonoff, A. A., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) merchant, & vice-conl. for Russia, Foochow

Soltand, surgeon, French corvette Kerguelen

Sombreuil, Vte. C. H. de, Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai (absent)

Somejee, H., (A. Habibbhoy) manager, Lyndhurst terrace

Somerville, J. R., M.D., Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Somjeebhoy, J. M., (Gulam Hoosein John Mahomed) merchant, Gage street

Sonne, C. C., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) engineer, Shanghai

Sonne, H., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) chief engineer, str. H. C. Orsted, Shanghai

Soper, Rev. J., missionary, Ts'kidji, Tokio

Sopher, M. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sorabjee, Nowrojee, (Sorabjee Mancherjee & Co.) clerk

Sorabjee, Nusserwanjee, (Nowrojee & Co.) manager, Hollywood road

Sorin, Rev. P., French Catholic Mission, Province Wellesley

Sorriauo, M., chemist and druggist, Malabon, Philippines

Sotelo, R., chemist, Manila

   Sotillos, J. D. y, assistant, army administration, Jolo, Philippines Sotomayor, F. A., Governor's office, Manila

Souhart, F., elève consul, French Consulate, Yokohama

Sourrien, sub-lieutenant Antelope, Saigon

Southey, T. S., clerk, Harbour Master's Department, Shanghai

Souvage, A. A., conductor public works department, Macao

Souza, J. J. de, (Pustau & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Souza, M. J. de, clerk, U.S. consulate, Singapore

Souza, D. de, Chancelier, Spanish consulate, Canton

Souza e Britto, J. M. de adjutant, National Battalion, Macao

Souza, M. de, (Blain & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Souza, E. F. de, commission agent, Chancery lane

Souza, D. P. de, (E. F. de Souza) clerk, Chancery lane

Souza, A. E. de, (A. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Souza, M. A. de, (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Club Chambers.

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Souza, V. de, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's wharf Souza, D. de, (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore- Souza, P. Z. de, acting major Police, Macao

Souza, F., clerk, Central Police Station

Souza, J. de, (Eastern Ext., Aust., & China Tele. Co.) assistant, Singapore Souza, R. de, clerk, U.S. consulate, Singapore

Souza, S. R. de (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Souza, H. B. (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Souza, A. Neves e, (Lisbon Dispensary) chemist, Macao

Souza, B. de, (Hongkong and Shanghai Baak) clerk, Shanghai

Souza, M. de, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Souza, S. R. de, (Rising Sun and Nagasaki Express) compositor, Nagasaki

Souza, J. Neves e, lieutenant, National Battalion, Macao

Souza, E. L. M. de, (J. Cazalas & Sons) assistant, Singapore

Souza, M. G. de, (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sonza, R. de, postmaster, Macao

Souza, N. L., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Souza, A. S., book-keeper, China Mail office, Wyndham street

Souza, F. W. R. de, (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Souza, J. de, printer, corner of Wellington and d'Aguilar streets

ouza, M. A. de, assistant, administracio do conselho, Macao

Souza, C. L., merchant, and vice-consul for Hawaii, Macao

Souza, M. de, (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) bookkeeper, Club Chambers

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Pouza, A. de, apothecary, Lock Hospital

pauls, W., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Specht, F., (Blackhead & Co.) assistant, Queen's r. ad

peechly, J., boarding office., Harbour-master's department

peidel, P., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) assistant, Queen's roal

peidel, T., (Speidel & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Saigon

peidel, F. W., (Speidel & Co.) merchant, and consul for Belgium and Denmark, Saigon pence, W. D., acting registrar of shipping, British consulate, Shanghai

perry, Lieut. C, S., navigator U.S.S. Richmond

peshiloff, S. J., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Spiegelthal J., captain, Mitsu Bishi barque Sumanoura-maru, Tokio

pinney, W. F., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Spooner, A., (Spooner, Renard & Co.) merchant, Saigon

Spooner, F. C., (J. D. Carroll & Co) commission a gent, Yokohama

pooner, G. P., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) clerk, Yokohama (absent) Spottiswoode, Chas., (Japan Gazette Office) assistant, Yokohama

prague, F. J., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

prague, Rev. W. P., missionary, Kalgan

Spratt, W. B., (Spratt & Co.) shipwright, Praya central Spratt, N., (Spratt & C›.) shipwright, Praya" central Spreckelsen, H. A., mariner, Bangkok

Spring, C. A., (Spring & Co.) draper, Manila

Spring, E. H., (Sayle & Co.) linen draper, &c., Shanghai

Spring, Miss, (Spring & Co.) assistant, Manila

Spring-Rice, Hon. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Mo leste

Sprüngli, E., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Spurrell, J. P., assistant engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler

Squier, J. Enston, (E. E. Australasian & China Tel. Co.) superintendent, Queen's road

Stafford, T. M., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) commander, receiving-ship Emily Jane, S'hai

Sabel, J., consul for United States of America, Hiogo

Stahlknecht, C. G., (Stachelin & Stallknecht) merchant, Singapore

Stainfield, G., (Algar & Co.) house agent, Hollywoo·l road

Stainfortli, P., captain, 27th Inniskillings

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

    Stainton, R. J., second officer, steamer Danube, Bangkok aad Hongkong Stanford, J. W., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Stanford, S., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Stanford, G. A., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Stanig, G., interpreter, Italian Legation, Tokio

Stanley, Rev. C. A., missionary, Tientsin

Stannius, Dr. H., German consul, Bangkok

Stappen, J. vau, Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

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Starkey, E., (Gearing & Co.) merchant and acting vice-consul for Netherlands, Chinkiang Starkey, R D., (North China Insurance Company) acting agent, Queen's road Startzeff, A. D., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Tientsin

S Cair, A. F., bommander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly

St. Bois, J. A., Boulangerie Francaise, Shanghai

St. Clair, Captain T. S., 49th Regiment, Brigade Major

   St. Croix, G. C. de, (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) acting accountant, Shanghai St. Croix, Chas. W. de Maritime Customs assistant, Chinl iang

St. Croix, W. de, (Elle & Co.) clerk, Amoy

St. John, R. N., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama

Steanes, T., (Harris, Goolwin & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Stearn, N., chief engineer, 1.B.M. gun-vessel Hart

Stebbing, Rev. F. C., B.A., haplain and uav, instructor, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis Stebbins, W., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Chefoo

Steel, Siamese Navy, Bangkok

Steele, R. L. B., lieutenant, 27t, Inniskillings

Steger, J. R., (Luchsinger & Co) merchant, Iloilo

Steglich, Oscar, (Great Northern

Stehmeyer, mariner, Bangkok

legraph Co.) instrument maker, Shar ghai ·

Steil, R., ship broker, Bank Buil·lits

Stein, A., (de San & Stein) mercha, Hiogo

Steinmetz, A., merchant, Shanghai

Stener, E., (E. E, & C. A. TelegraphCo.) storeship, Singapore Stense, D, M.D, missionary, Tientin

Stent, G. C., Maritime Customs clerk, Sanghai (absent)

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Stephens, C. E., clerk, H.B.M. Naval Visualling Yard, Yokohama Stephens, M. J. D., (Stephens & Holmes) slicitor, Club Chambers Steppensen, G. H., ("Straits Dispensary "hemist, Singapore Stevens, D., chief officer revenue steamer Lin Feng, Amoy Stevens, J. G., assistant engineer, H.B.M.S. Duke Stevens, T. H., lieutenant U.S.S. Richmond Stevens, G. R., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) merca, Queen's road Stevens, T. S., cantaia, Mitsu Bishi steamer Auto-maru, Tokio Stevens, R., J. Grassi & Brother) timber merchau Bangkok Stevens, N. C., (Russell & Co.) clerk and U.S. vicesul, Amoy

   Stevens, K. A., (Eastern Ext., Aust., and China TekCo.) assistant, Queen's road Stevens, T., constable, British consulate, Hankow

Stevens, D. W., secretary, U.S. Legation, Tokio

Stevenson, W., (W. F Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Stevecson, W. F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, 'entsin

Stevenson, W. F., merchant, and agent P. & O. S. N. CoManila

Steward, C. H., assistant engineer, H.B.M. rvette Charys

Steward, C. de B., assistant paymaster in charge H.B.M. g.vess 1 Hart Stewart, C. E., en ineer, H.B.M. surveying vessel Silvia

Stewart, C. E., assistant engineer H.B.. sloop Albatross

Stewart, J., clerk, telegraph service, Yokohama

Stewart, Jas., commander Chinese guahoat Chen-to, Canton

Stewart, W., second engineer, steamer Hailoong, Coast

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Stewart, R., overman, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki

Stewart, J., overman, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki

  Stewart, J., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore Stewart, Rev. R. W., missionary, Foochow

Stewart, Mrs. (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Stewart, J. A.. (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

  Stewart, Fred., M.A., head master of Central School, Gough street Stewart, J. A., M.D., physician, Foochow

Stewart, J., (Imperial Arsenal) engineer, Tientsin Stibolt, Mrs. N., undertaker, Yokohama Stiebel, C., (Reiss & Co.) merchant, Praya Stiefel, W., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Stingelin, F., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) merchant, Manila Stirling, W. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet Stiven, A. W., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore Stiven, R. G., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore Stockhausen, F. W. G. von, clerk and usher Supreme Court

  Stockwell, Jas., (Adams & Stockwell) medical pract.tioner, Cine road Stoddart, J. M., (Goto Tankosha) assistant mining engineer Nagasaki Stoetwegin, E. van, minister for Belgium, Yokohama

  Stokes, A. P., (Sharp, Toller & Johnson) managing clerk Queen's road Stokes, R., Maritime Customs clerk, Canton

Stokes, F. (Wilkinson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Stolterfoht, H., (Hesse & Co.) merchant, Peddar's wha

Stolze, C., mariner, Bangkok

Stone, C. W., acting master, Kiutoan lightship, Shanhai

Stone, F. G., (C. & J. Trading Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Stone, W. H., chief assistant, Government telegrap service, Tokio

Stopani, A., (H.K. & W. Dock Co.) captain, stear tugs Fame & Pilot Fish

Storey, L., engineer, steam tug Indra, Bangkok,

Story, W. O., sub-lieutenant, H.B M. corvette ømna

Stoss, F. W., (W. Saunders) assistant, Shanghy

Stott, Rev. G., mission ary, Wenchow

Stout, Rev. H., missionary, Nagasaki

Strachan, W. M., (Sirachan & Thomas) meant, Yokohama (absent)

Strachan, B., (Churton & Co.) chemist audruggist, Shanghai

Strandt, H., (Schlüter & Strandt) comprore, Hakodate

Strange, F. W., instructor, Imperial Unersity, Tokio

Stratton, captain of steamer Paknam, Angkok and Singapore

Streets, T. H., P.A. surgeon, U.S. Nal Hospital, Yokohama

Streich, E., student interpreter, Gern Legation, Peking Streiff, H., (Luchsinger & Co.) cler Iloilo

Stricker, R. A., (Great Northern Tegraph Co.) operator, Amoy Stringer, C., (Paterson, Simons &.) clerk, Singapore

Stripling, A., inspector of munial police, Hongkew station, Shanghai

Stritmatter, Rev. A., missionay Kinkiang

Strom, M. R. J., Maritime Cums tidewaiter, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow Strome, C. J., merchant, Yohama

Stronach, W. G., British Cul, Pakhoi

Stronach, J., (New HarboDock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore

Struckmann, T., (C. Heizen & Co.) merchant, Manila

Strugnell, W., (Gilfillanood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Struvé, C., Russian Mier Plenipotentiary, Tokio

Stuart, L., (Martin, D & Co.) clerk, Manila

Stuart, J., clerk, PoliCourt, Penang

Stuart, J. J., assista engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

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Stuart, J. F., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake Stuart, C. U., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shar ghai Stuart, Lt. Colonel W. J., commanding Royal Engineers

Stuart, Rev. J. L., missionary, Hangchow

Stubbs, S., (Ho Ah Chong) assistant, Singapore

Stüben, J. F., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, and German vice-consul, Cebu Stucken, E., merchant, Hiogo

Studer, Major A. G., United States consul, Singapore

Stuhlmann, C. C., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton (unattached)

Suard, telegraphist, Saigon

Such, H. J., (Hewett & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

   Suenson, A., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Queen's road Suenson, E., captain, Gt. Northern Tele. Co.'s str. H. C. Orsted, Shanghai Suent, P. le, seco: officer, steamer Douglas, Coast

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   Suhm, O. von W., (Baer & Suhm) merchant, Manila Sullivan, Geo., chief engineer, H.B.M. sloop Albatross Sullivan, J. A., (A. Provand & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Summers, J., Imperial Japanese Government school, Osaka Summers, R., cashier, Banco Español Filipino, Manila Sumner, G. W., commander, U.S.S. Monocacy

Surin, A. A., clerk, Police Court, Penang

Sutcliffe, E., (W. F. Stevenson) assistant, Manila

Sutherland, J. M., (Bangkok Dock Company) clerk, Bangkok

Sutherland, H. C., lieutenant marine artillery, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

   Sutherland, A., lightkeeper in charge, Middle Dog lighthouse, Amoy Sutherland, Hugh, (J. Forster & Co.) merchant, Foochow Sutherland, J. W., (Cobb & Co.) carriage builder, Yokohama

   Sutherland, D., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Akitsushima-maru, Tokio Sutter, Rev. L., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio Sutton, W., (Strachan & Thomas) clerk, Yokohama

Sutton, G., (M. C. Adams & Co.) butcher, Nagasaki

Sutton, C., contractor, Nagasaki

   Swaby, L., Government School, and secretary, Municipal Council, Osaka Swain, R., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tokio maru, Tokio

Swainson, G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Swallow, Rev. R., missionary, Ningpo

Swan, S., chief engineer, H.B.M. surveying vessel Sylvia

Swanson, J., gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Foxhound

Swanson, Rev. W. S., missionary, Amoy

Swanston, J. C., inspector of police

Swanstrom, C. A., marine surveyor, & constable, U.S. consulate, Newchwang

Swany, A. F., (H. Fogg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sweemoh, O., (A. Markwald & Co.'s rice mill) assistant, Bangkok

Swettenham, F. A., assistant colonial secretary for Native States, Straits Settlements

Sword, Jas., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Sybrandi, D., (Netherlands Trading Society) clerk, Singapore

Sylva, H., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) assistant, Shangliai

Symes, L. R., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) sub-accountant, Singapore

Symes, P. S., postmaster, Hiogo

Symons, N., (Chartered Mercantile Bank), clerk, Singapore

Symons, J. G., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Symons, H., proprietor, Shanghai Horse Bazaar, Shanghai Symphor, commander of the troops, Hanoi

Tabor, H. W., compradore, and proprietor, Hiogo Dispensary, Hiogo Taboso, J. G., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Mar ila

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

   Tagle, P. P. de, interventor gele, comision de Acopios de Tabaco, Iloilo Taglé, J. P., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila

Talbot, R., captain, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong and Manila

Talbot, F. R., merchant, Canton (absent)

Talbot, W. H., average adjuster, and proprietor Japan Gazette, Yokohama Tallieu, C, assistant, French Hotel, Peking

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Talmage, Rev. D. N., missionary, Amoy

Talmage, Rev. J. V. N., D.D., missionary, Amoy

Tandberg, L. J., pilot, Newchwang

Tapia, F., telegraph official, Manila

Tapp, W. H., registrar of shipping, British consulate, Shanghai (absent) Tarrant, W. C., gunner, H.B.M. gun vessel Frolic Tarring, C. J., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Tata, C. B., (Tata & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road Tata, K. M., (Tata & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road Tata, D. B., (Tata & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Tatham, C. G., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) agent, Foochow

   Taufer, G., in charge of Hongkong Fire Insurance Company's engine Taufer, E., engineer, Hongkong Fire Ins. Co.'s engine house

Tumeyer, E., merchant, Shanghai

   Tavares, L. A., (Jardin, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Tavares, A. G., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai Tavares, J. F., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central Tavares, S. A., secretary, Municipal Chamber, Macao Tavares, P. J., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai Taylor, M. S., Jr., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Singapore Taylor, Dr. B. v. S., missionary, Foochow

Taylor, W. K., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

   Taylor, G., lightkeeper in charge, Fisher Island lighthouse, Amoy Taylor, C. S., expeditionaire, French Municipal Council, Shanghai Taylor, C. E., interpreter, Harbour Master's department, Manila Taylor, Rev. Thos., missionary, Shanghai

Taylor, J. A., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) manager, Shanghai Taylor, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Takachiho-maru, Japan Taylor, J. T., pilot, Shanghai

Taylor, D. B., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Taylor, J., third officer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Caloutta

Taylor, H. H., (Oriental Bank) assist. accountant, Queen's road

Taylor, Rev. W., M.D., missionary, Osaka

Taylor, G., superintendent, Kobe Iron works, Hiogo

Taylor, C. S., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Tebbutt, J. L., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Swatow

Teillor, A., (Millot & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Teixeira, J. M. P. da C., assistant, Portuguese consulate, Chancery lane

Telge, R., (B. Telge) clerk, Shanghai

Telge, B, merchant, Shanghai

Telles, J. da Silva, (Lisbon Dispensary) assistant, Macao

Telles, A., assi-tant, Macao Hotel, Macao

Telles, J. C. da Silva, physician, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Tem, P., student interpreter, Italian consulate, Shanghai

Tennant, H. P., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) agent and tea inspector, Foochow

Tentzler, E., husbandry section, home department, Tokio

Terry, H. T., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Terry, De, surveyor, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Tessensohn, E., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore Testard, commissair., French gunboat Lynx

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

    Testevinde, L. G., Roman Catholic missionary, Yokohama Téus, V., (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, Manila Thebaud, E., captain, steamer Diamante, Coast Theissen, F., sergeant of police, Ningpo

Thevenet, chief of public works department, Saigon Thevenin, C. L., wine & spirit merchant, Queen's road

Thierry, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking Thiriet, J. superior, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

    Thirkell, J. G., assistant editor, North China Herald, Shanghai Th.stedt, T., gunsmith, Shanghai

Thom, W., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Alert

Thom, J., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) moulder, Singapore Thomas, G. B., (Sandilands, Buttery & Co.) clerk, Penang Thomas, A. C., clerk, Police Court, Penang

Thomas, F. J. O., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hart Thomas, J., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Chitose-marv, Tokio Thomas, T. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant Thomas, Thos. (Thomas & Mercer) Canton

Thomas, Thos., (Stracha & Thomas) mer hant, Yokohama Thomas, W., composito. Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

Thomas, F. H. C., (Adams in, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Thomine, naval cadet, French frigate Irmide

    Thompson, W. T., navigating-lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler Thompson, W. B, (Hongkong & Sha ghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Thompson, P. R. E., lientenant, 27th Tuniskillings

Thom mpson, J. F., lightkeeper, Kiut a lightship, Shanghai

Thompson, J. L., steward in charge, eneral Hospital, Yokohama Thompson, Rev. H., missionary, Amy

Thompson, A. W., Engineering Col' ge, Tokio

Thompson, T., lieutenant of order, Army Medical department

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Thompson, W., overseer in charg Protestant Cemetery, Surveyor-general's depart. Thompson, J., captain, steamer Pale, Bangkok

Thompson, D., interpreter,

. Legation, Tokio

Thompson, G. W., (Oriental Bank) acting accountant, Yokohama

Thompson, J. R., (Thompson & Bewick) shipchandler, Hakodate

Thompson, Rev. D., missionary, Tokio

Thomsen, T. C., captain, Mitsui Bishi steamer Bauri-maru

Thomsett, H. G., R.N., Harbour-master

Thomson, mariner, Bangkok

Thomson, D., inspector of police

Thomson, T. S., (W. R. Scott & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Thomson, J., engineer, Borneo Company's Rice Mill, Bangkok

Thomson, C. E., (National Bank of Ir "a) manager, Shanghai

Thomson, Chas., engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Thomson, Rev. E. H., missionary, Shanghai

Thonin, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Thorburn, J. D., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Thorburn, R. F., secretary, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Thornbury, F., third officer, P. & Ó. steamer Sunda

Thorne, C., Shanghai

Thorner, assistant surgeon, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Thornicroft, T. C., (Harris & Thornicroft) medical practitioner, Hiogo

Thornton, A. H., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Thornton, G. E., fleet paymaster, U.S. Squadron in China and Japan

Thuesen, J., (Gipperich & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Thurburn, J., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) agent, Foochow

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Thurbarn, A., share broker, and secretary to General Hospital, Shanghai Thursby, C. F., midshipman, H.B. M.S. Iron Duke Tiaoqui, J. S., "La Ciudad de Peking," Manila Tiefenbacher, M., (W. Meyerink) merchant, Shanghai Tiegal, Dr. E., professor, Medical College, Tokio Tiffany, O. C., paymaster, U.S. sloop Alert Tileston, H. N., (O. & O.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama Tilley, J. W., (W. L. Hunter) assistant, Foochow Tillson, D. H., compradore, Hiogo

Timm, C. F., (Overbeck & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Tiadall, quartermaster, Customs cruiser Yi Hu, Canton Tirant, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Tiret-Bognet, director "Imprimerie Nationale," Saigon Titjen, H., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Titoushkin, N., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai (absen') Tobler, O., (C. Germann) clerk, Manila

Tod., E., consul for Spain, Canton

Tod, W. L., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Todd, G., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kworio-maru, Tokio

Toeg, R. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Ningpo

Togares, F. R. d, third secretary, Spanish Legation, Peking

Tokmakoff, J. F., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Kiachta

Tolatee, M. B., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Tolatee, P. F., (P. F. Tolatee) manager, Hollywood road

Tolatee, M. P., (E. N. Metta) manager, Hollywood road

Toiler, W. W., (Sharp, Toller and Johnson) solicitor, Supreme Court House (absent) Tolliday, T., Maritime Customs chief examiner, Shanghai

Tombolee, D. F., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Foochow Tomkins, A. B., (Reiss & Co.) tea inspector, Praya Tomlin, Geo. L., first clerk, Surveyor-general's office Tomlin, G. L. Jr., (R. G. Alford) assistant, Queen's road Tomlin, E., (Bu terfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road Tomlinson, Rev. W. S., missionary, Hankow Tomlinson, W. L., constable, British Consulate, Ningpo Tomoson, E., (H. W. Tabor & Co.) assistant, Hiogo Tonkin, C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hoihow Tonnadre, telegraphist, Saigon

Tonnochy, M. S., superintendent of Victoria gaol, and acting colonial treasurer Topping, pilot, Yokohama and Hiogo

Torcapel, sub-chief, direction of the interior, Saigon

Torello, J., commandant of engineers, arsenal, Manila Torlesse, A. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lily Torner, N. O. y, inspector, health department, Manila Torrens, J. B. y, assistant, army administration, Zamboanga Torres, F., relator, supreme court, Manila

Torres, T., chemist and druggist, Manila

Torres, Rev. E., vice-procurator, Spanish mission, Caine road

Torres, T., professor of pharmacy, University, Manila

Torrey, J. G., Chinese interpreter, U.S. Consulate, Bangkok

Torrey, J. W., United States vice-consul, Bangkok

Torrontegui, M. de, ayudante, cuerpo general de la Armada, Manila

Tottie, W. H., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Toune, N. P., P.A. engineer, U.S.S. Richmond

Tourillon, L., superintendent of police force, Saigon

Touzalin, E. V., Maritime Customs assistant, Swatow

Towell, M. E., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Townley, B. H., ens gn, U.S.S. Monocacy

Townley, F., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Townsend, W. D., (American Cl ck Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Townsend, A. M., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) acting manager, Yokohama

Townsend, G. H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Toyer, W. H., carpenter, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

Trachsler, J. H., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Traherne, L. E., midshipman, H.B.M, corvette Charybdis Trail, W., Siamese Navy, Bangkok

Trannack, R., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Taku Tran-Phuoc, distributor, Post-office, Saigon

Tratman, J. N., student, British Legation, Peking

Travers, G., consul for Germany, Peddar's Hill

Travers, A. K., clerk, Colonial Secretary's office

Trebing, Ch., M.D., oculist and physician to German Consulate, Singapore

Trebing, W., master, Customs lightship Newchwang, Newchwang

Tregaskiss, J., (M. H. Cook) assistant, Shanghai

Tremlett, C. F. (W. G. Hale & Co.) merchant, and consul for Great Britain, Saigon

Tremoya, D. de, (Aldecoa & Co.) merchant, Manila

Trentinian, General de, commander of the troops, Saigon

Trenwith, G. S,, (Celestial Empire office) manager, Shanghai

Trevenen, N. P., p live magistrate, Penang

Trevithick, F. H., foreman, Government railway service, Shinbashi, Japan

Tricker, E., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Frolic

Tricot, pilot, Saigon

Triggs, T. B., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Trinidad, T. V., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Tripp, H. J. H., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S. S. Co.) agent, Hongkong

Tritton, E. W., (Robt. Anderson & Co.) merchant, Kinkiang and Hankow (absent)

Triulzi, G., (G. Bolinida) clerk, Yokohama

Triviño, A. G., sub-inspector, Cuerpo de Sanidad, Manila

Trodd, B., (Shanghai Gas Company) meter inspector, Shanghai

Troplong, O. B., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Manila

Trotter, H., postmaster-general, Singapore

Trotter, D. A., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Trotzig, H., superintendent, Municipal Council, Hiogo

Troup, Jas., British consul, Nagasaki

Tuason, C., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) clerk, Manila

Tuason, J., (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Tuason, F., (Wilks & Earnshaw) assistant, Manila Tuason, V., (J. M. Tuison & Co.) clerk, Manila Tuasou, E., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Tuason, C., (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Tuason, J. P., (J M. Tuason & Co.) merchant and banker, Manila

Tuason, G, (J. M. Tuason & Co.) merchant and banker, Manila

Tuason, T., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer, and commission agent, Manila

Tucker, W. J., (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Tacker, R. D., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, Manila

Tucker, J. J., marine surveyor to Lloyd's and North China Insurance Co., Shanghai

Tudor, O. P., lieutenant and commander, H.B.M. gunboat Swinger

Tuiroga, J., secretario, cuerpo juridico de la Armada, Manila

Tulloch, captain, seamer Kromhatah, B.ngkok and Singapore

Tulpin, E., Roman Catholic missionary, Niigata

Tumboly, S. F., (R. Dhunjeebhoy & Co.) manager, Gage street Tumboly, D. F., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Foochow Tunnard, Lieut. H. S., fort adjutant

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Turc, L., French consul, Haiphong

Turner, R., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Turner, W. M., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai Tuska, E. H. (R. Isaacs & Bro.) clerk, Yokohama

Tuson, A. K., assistaut paymaster in charge H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito Tweedie, W. L., (Agra Bank) assistant, Shanghai

Twigg, Mrs. P. O'B., undertaker, Shanghai

Twinem, J., deputy commissioner of Customs, H"nkow

Twiss, R. W., (J. M. Lyons & Co.) assistant, Acheen

Tyler, G. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Tyler, J. C. Jr., (Austen & Co.) merchant, Iloilo Tyng, Rev. L. S., missionary, Osaka

Tytler, S., Siamese Navy, Bangkok

Tyzack, D., mining engineer, Keelung Colliery

Ubeda y Rojo, administrator of customs, Manila

Ugaldezubiaur, S., engineer, floral department, Manila

Ulisse-Barbaloni de Cesepiana, Conte R., Italian Minister, Tokio

Ullmann, E., (Ullmaun Hermano) jeweller, Maila

Ullmann, M., (Ullmann Hermanos) jeweller, Manila

Ullmann, M.. (J. Ullmann & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Ullmann, J., (J. Ullmann & Co.) merchant and commission agent, Queen's road Ullmann, F., importador de alhajas, Manila

Uloth, A. D., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Ulrich, C., mariner, Bangkok

   Umland, J. M., proprietor, "Imperial Hotel," Nagasaki Underwood, P. O, lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel Unwin, F. S., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Upton, T., interpreter, Custom House, Hiogo

Urquhart, W., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila

Urwick, B., secretary to Vice-admiral Coote, G.B.

Usedom, von -, captain-lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Vail, Rev. M. S., missionary, Yokohama

Vaissière, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Ning po

Val, R. del, administrador colecciones y labores, Manila Valdes, J., aide-de-camp to the Captain General of Maila Valdezco, J., (C. Valdezco) assistant, Manila

Valdezco, C., watchmaker, Manila

Valdivia, F. B. de, ecclesiastical department, Manila

Vale, T. H., (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) agent, Shanghai Valencia, M., assistant, public works department, Manila

Valentine, B. A., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Valentine, J., (Cumine & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Valentine, Rev. J. D., missionary, Shaouling, Ningpo Valera, J., sub-inspector of Artillery School, Manila

Valera y Giminez, G., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila Vallance, telegraphist, Saigon

Vale, E. del, magistrate, Manila

Valledor, L., direccion de administion civil, Manila

Vallejo, J. M., assistant, public works department, Manila

Valtriny, V. C., (C. Poisson & Co.) merchan., Singapore

Van Buren, J. S., (P.M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Van Buren, General Thos. B., United States consul-general, Yokohama (absent) Van Buskirk, P.C., commander's clerk, U.S.S. Alert

Van Doorn, C. J., engineer in chief construction section, Tokio

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Van Dyke, Rev. J. W., missionary, Bangkok

Van Es, J. C., pilot, Bangkok

Van Ess, W., constable, British consulate, Chefoo

Van Mastrigt, engineer, construction section, Miyagi Ken Vanhame, L., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Vania, R. C., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace Vansittart, C. E., commissary of ordnance

Vaperean, C., professor of French, Peking

Vara, N. de la, (R. de la Vara) merchant, Manila

Vara, H. de la, "La Peninsular" restaurant," Manila

Vara, F., assistant, public works department, Manila

Vara, R. de la, (R. de la Vara & Co.) merchant, Manila Varela, S. R., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Varela, J., (Banco Español Filipino) assistant accountant, Manila Varela, J., El Progresso," Manila

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Vargas, J., almacenero, adminis. de estancadas, Manila Vargas, R. de, direccion administracion civil, Manila Varnum, R. M., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Vasconcellos, A. M. de, chaplain, Macao Battalion, Macao

Vasey, C. L., surgeon, Naval Hospital Vasquerel, H., missionary, Swatow

Vassania, J. P., merchant, Canton

Vasseloy, Rev. H., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka Vaucher, A. E., silk inspector and broker, Ball's court

Vaughan, J. D., barrister-at-law, Singapore

Vaughan, J., pilot, Shanghai

Veal, W., boilermaker, P. & O. steamer China

Veaux, H., first clerk and accountant, Municipal Council, Saigon

Veerjee, Rahimbhoy, broker, Wanchai

Vega, L., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Veitch, A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) acting sub-manager, Shanghai

Velasco, Dr. T. de, profesor de notoriado, University, Manila

Velasco, J., (M. P. Marqneti) clerk, Manila

Velasco, J. V. de, (Banco Español Filipino) assistant cashier, Manila

Velez, J., vice-consul for Spain, Bonham road

Velozo, G., merchant and vice-consul for Portugal and U.S. of Venezuela, Cebu

Velozo, R., (G. Velozo) clerk, Cebu

Veneras, F. Y. y, assistant, army administration, Cavite

Venloizen, J., clerk, import and export office, Singapore

Verbeck, Rev. G. F., D.D., LL.D. missionary, Tokio

Verchere, Rev. J. M. P., French missionary, Swatow

Verdugo, F., director coronel, Maestranza de Artilleria, Manila

Vergonjeanne, blacksmith, Saigon

Verlarne, lieutenant, French frigate Bourayne, Haiphong

Verloop, H. C., (Hartwig & Co.) shipchandler, Singapore

Vernet, E., (Geo. Polite) assistant, Shanghai

Verneville, H. de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Vernon, J. Y. V., (C. P. Chater) assistant, Queen's road

Versoza, V., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Vey, Right Rev. J. L., Roman Catholic Bishop of Gerasen, Bangkok Veytia, P. A., "Agencia Maritima,' Manila

Viala, lieutenant, French frigate Armide

Vianna, E., clerk, Administracao do Conselho, Macao

Vic, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang Vicente, J. A., boatswain, Water Police, Macao

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Vickers, J. M., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Aberdeen street

Victor, S. B., (Dauver & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Vidal y Gomez, J., acting judge, Iloilo

Vidal, E., teniente fiscal, Supreme Court, Manila

Vidal, L. C., surgeon, gunboat Tejo, Macao

Vidal, A., coffee rooms, Haiphong

Vidal, P., (Vano & Reyes) clerk, Cebu

Vidal y Soler, S., engineer, hotanical gardens, Manila

Videau, U., cook, "Hotel et Restaurant des Colonies," Shanghai

Vieira, Rev. A., curate of St. Lazare's church, Macao

Vieira, A. J., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya

Vieira, I. L., (Oriental Dispensary) assistant, Stanley street

Vienne, Ch. de, French Consul, Bangkok (absent)

Viénot, H., lawyer and editor l'Independant de Saigon, Saigon

Viera, E. J., (Tanjong Pagar Whari Co.) clerk, Singapore

Vierow, H., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, Shanghai

   Vigano, Rev. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street, and military chaplain Vigroux, Rev. P., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Viguier, S., Maritime Customs assistant, (absent)

Vila, J., professor of theology, University, Manila

Vilanueva, L., boarding house keeper, Bridges street

Villalba, F., surgeon major, Army Medical department, Manila

Villanova, C., signalman, Harbour Master's office, Shanghai

Villard, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Villava, M., interventor, adininis. de estancadas, Manila

Villegas, J. R. de, chief interventor, admin, colecciones y labores, Manila

Villena, M., (J. M. Tauson & Co.) clerk, Manila

Villeta, A., (Gargollo Brothers) clerk, Iloilo

Villion, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka

Viña, J. M. de la, medical practitioner, Manila

Vinay, H., (Comptoir d'Escompte) sub-manager, Shangbai

Vincenot, F., wine and spirit merchant, Peel street

Vincent, S., chief officer, steamer Danube, Bangkok and Hongkong

Vincent, Miss A. M., (Mrs. E. A. Vincent) assistant, Yokohama

Vincent, Mrs. E. A., milliner and draper, Yokohama

Vincent, Henry, gaoler, British consulate, Yokohama

Vincent, J., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Viney, J., (Japan Herald office) foreman, Yokohama

Vinson, G., lawyer, Saigon

Vinton, W., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Praya

Virmaitre, A. L., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Canton

Virmanos, M. S. de, treasurer's office, Manila

Visscher, A., merchant, Niigata

Vital, F., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Vitalis, telegraphist, Saigon

Vivanti, A., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) freight clerk, Tokio

Vivian, C., assistant clerk, H. B. M.S. Iron Duke

Vivyan, W. A. M., engineer, H.B.M gun-vessel Midge

Vizcano, F., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Vizenzinovich, M., lightkeeper, Kiutoan lightship, Shanghai

Vizmanos, B. S. de, suplente, real audiencia, Manila

Vizmanos y Lecaros, M. de, assistant secretary, Banco Español Filipino, Manila

Voelkel, S., (Pharmacie de L'Union) proprietor, Shanghai

Vogel, E., (Vogel & Co.) merchant, Praya

Vogel, Charles, (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Praya

Vogel, Ed., (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Canton

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Voigt, O., (Faber & Voigt) merchant, Hiogo

Voisin, J. M. A., Roman Catholic Mission, Bang-pla-soi, Siam Vollbardt, A., proprietor, "New York Saloon," Yokohama

Volong, F. A., Macao

Vorrath, P. W., mariner, Bangkok

Vosteen, H., pilot, Takao

Vouillemont, E. G., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) manager, Shanghai Voysey, M, (Geo. Domoney & Co.) compradore, Hiogo

Vsera, J., assistant secretary, consejo de administracion, Manila

Vuillermoz, watchmaker, Saigon

Vullers, lieutenant, German gunboat Albatross

Vulliez, J., president, bar of first instance, Saigon

    Wachenhusen, lieutenant, German gunboat Albatross Wachtelbrenner, mariner, Bangkok

Waddell, Rev, Hugh, missionary, Tokio

Wade, K., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hart

Wade, J. H., captain, Customs cruiser Shen-chi, Canton

Wade, Sir Thomas F., K.C.B., British Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking

Wadman, E., (Wadman & Co.) merchant, Ningpo

Waeber, C., consul for Russia and Denmark, Tientsin

Waggott, bill collector, Yokohama

Wagner, A., engineer, Customs criuser Peng-chao-hai, Canton

Wagner, Dr. G., Kioto, Japan

Wagner, Th., (Patreu Rice Mill) assistant, Bangkok

Wagner, C., professor of music, Yokohama

Wagner, C., first clerk, Central Police station

Wainewright, R. E., solicitor, Shanghai

Wainwright, R., flag lieutenant, U.S. Squadron in China aud Japan

Waite, G., gunner, Harbour-master's department

Wake, W., overman, Goto Tankosha, Nagasaki

Wakely, F. J., store issuer, H.B.M. Naval Yard, Shanghai

Walch, clerk, colonial treasury, Saigon

Walcot, J. C. P., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Egeria

Walker, E., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Yokohama

Walker, Wm., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Foxhound Walker, W., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hornet

Walker, W., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Niigata-maru, Tokio

Walker, J. M., (Baconnier & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Walker, R. N., captain, Mitsu Bish: steamer Urada-maru, Tokio

Walker, H. D., navigating Eentenant, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Walker, Rev. W. F., missionary, Peking

Walker, Mrs. J., washing establishment, Yokohama

Walker, Rev. J. E., missionary, Shao-wu-fu, Foochow

Walker, Robt., merchant, Arbuthnot road

Walker, A., captain, Customs cruiser Chien-jui, Canton

Walkington, J. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Walkinshaw, Wm., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Queen's road (absent)

Walkinshaw, A. W., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Wallace, J. H., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Wallace, J., painter, Ordnance Store department

Wallace, Thos., (Mackenzie & Co.) auctioneer, Shanghai

Waller, H. I., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Newchwang

Wallis, Wm., (Shanghai Dispensary) proprietor, Shanghai Walrond, E. C., in charge of Government dock yard, Bangkok Walsh, F., printer, and proprietor, Hiogo News, Hiogo

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Walsh, A., (Kelly & Walsh) printer, bookseller, stationer, and newsagent, Shanghai Walsh, R. G., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, and Danish consul, Hiogo Walsh, Thomas, (Walsh, Hall Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Walsh, John G., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Walstab, R., (Schinne & Francke) clerk, Yokobama

Walter, A., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Chitose-maru, Tokio

Walter, W. B., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Walter, J., (Siber & Brennwald) clerk, Yokohama

Walter, W. B., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Walter, W., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) clerk, and vice-consul for Netherlands, Hankow Walter, John, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) manager, Yokohama (absent) Wanderleach, C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pakhoi

Wantum, J. L., P.A., engineer, U.S.S. Richmond Waples, H., (Kelly & Walsh) assistant, Shanghai Warburg, Ch., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Warburton, E. T., assistant engineer, U.S.S. Ashuelot Warburton, W., (Gorham & Warburton) stevedore, Hiogo Ward, W. C., (Iveson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

  Ward, E., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Ward, R., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

  Wardlaw, J. C., (Tait & Co.) merchant, and cousul for Portugal, Amoy Ware, C., chief engineer, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant Wareing, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Warlomont, P, (Bazar Filipino) assistant, M nila Warlomont, L., (Bazar Filipino) storekeeper, Manila Warner, E. H., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila Warnken, W., lightkeeper, Regent lighthouse, Bangkok Warren, R., steward, H.B.M. naval hospital, Yokohama Warren, Rev. C. F., missionary, Osaka

Warry, W., student, British Legation, Peking

Washbrook, W. A., Maritime Customs tide vaiter, Chinkiang Wassenius, C., engine driver, Fire Brigale

Wasserfall, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Waters, T. J., C.E., civil engineer, Shanghai

Waterson, Capt. D., marine surveyor, Saigon

Watkins, T. B., gunner, U.S.S. Richmond

Watson, J., chief engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Growler

Watson, W., assistant tide-surveyor, Double Island station, Swatow (absent) Watson, E. B., merchant, Yokohama

Watson, Jas., M.D., M.R.C.S.E., physician, Newchwang

Watson, J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow

Watson, A. T., (Japan Dispensary) assistant, Yokohama

Watson, J. C., major, Anglo-Chinese force, Ningpo

Watt, A., chief engineer, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie Watters, T., acting Bri ish cousul, Ichang

  Watts, Lieut. Wm., executive officer, U.S.S. Alert Watts, A. C., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co) freight clerk, Yedo

Watts, Jas., secretary, Pilot Company, Taku

Watts, W., overseer of works, Surveyor-general's office Wauchope, G., (E. B. Watson) clerk, Yokohama Waugh, D. T., paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Wavell,, H. T., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tamsui

Way, A., boatswain, H.B.M. gun-vessel Hart

  Weatherstone, T., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) in charge of hulks, Hankow Webb, F., captain, steamer Cheang Hock Kian, Coast

Webb, J. W. M., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Webb, E. G. C., (Maitland & Co.) clerk, Shangbai Webb, S. D., (H. Fogg & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Weber, H., Upper Yangtsze Pilot, Shanghai

Weber, O., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) clerk, Bangkok Webster, A., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

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    Weckherlin, W. F. H. von, Minister for Netherlands, & Sweden & Norway, Tokio Wedegrove, T., assistant, "British Hotel," Queen's road

Weeks, C. D., (Weeks & Fry) broker, commission agent, and public accountant, F'chow Wefer, J. D., pilot, Bangkok

Wegelin, W., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Wegener, F., Maritime Customs examiner, Chinkiang

Weigert, P., truck and drayman, Yokohama

Weight, Geo., engineer, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Weiller, Alfred, United States deputy consul general, Shanghai

Weinberger, C., (H. C. Morf & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Welch, J., (White & Welch) tea inspector, Shanghai

Weld, D., public accountant, Shanghai

Wellesley, G. E., C.E., &c., Maritime Customs assistant engineer, Shanghai

Wells, E., engineer, tug boat, Peiho, Taku

Wells, E. W., engineer and architect, Singap.re

Wells, J. W. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge

Wells, G., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) wharfinger, Singapore

Wells, L., fitter, H.M. Naval Yard

Wells, E. W., (Eastern Extension, Australasia, & China Tele. Co.) agent, Shanghai

Wells, E., engineer, tug Orphan, Taku

Wells, E. J., (Gas Co.) engineer, manager, and secretary, Singapore

Wells, W. (Gas Co) assistant, Singapore (absent)

Wells, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Wemyss, A., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant and cashier, Queen's road

Wennmohs, E., tailor, Shanghai

Wertheimer, L., appraiser and int rpreter, Japanese Imperial Customs, Yokohama West, Jas., (Chartered Bank of India) accountant, Queen's road

West, J., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

West, clerk, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Westall, A. C.. (Westall, Brand & Co.) public silk inspector, Shanghai

Westendorf, C., (C. Heinszen & Co.) clerk, Manila

Westoby, G. T., captain, steamer Namoa, Coast

Weston, H. C., fourth officer, P. & O. steamer China

Wetmore, W. S., (Frazar & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Wex, E., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Whampoa, Hon. H. K., C. M.G., merchant and consul for Russia, China & Japan, S'pore Wharry, C. J., M.D, superintendent of Civil Hospital

Wharton, H., captain, steamer Carisbrooke, Coast

Wheatley, E., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor & harbour-master, Ningpo

Wheeler, W., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Wheeler, Dr. E., medical officer to railway department, and general hos., Yokohama

Wheeler, W., Agricultural department, Tokio

Wheeler, G. H., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Wheeley, E., (A. Dent & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Wheelock, T. R., (Wheelock & Co.) broker, Shanghai

Wherry, Rev. John., missionary, Tung-chow-foo

White, Rev. W. J., missionary, Tokio

White, Win., (White & Welsh) commission merchant, Shanghai White, F. W., commissioner of Customs, Hankow White, J., pilot, Nagasaki

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White, Fred. E., British consulate constable, Yokohama White, R. G., medical practitioner, Chinkiang

White, Aug., (White & Miller) bill broker, Shanghai White, F. G., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai White, J. R., steward, Sailors' Home, West point

White, J., assistant engineer, Chinese gunboat Sui-tsing, Canton Whitehead, W. F., inspector of brothels

Whitehouse, E. N., paymaster, U.S.S. Monoc cy

Whitfield, Geo., (Whitfield & Dowson) engineer, Yokohama Whiting, Rev. J. L., missionary, Peking

Whitley, A. W., staff surgeon, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Whitlock, G. W., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Whitney, F. E., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio Whitney, H. T., M.D., missionary, Shan-wa-fu, Foochow Whitman, C. O., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Whitmore, J. W., (C. & J. Trading Co.) assistant, Yokohama Whymark, G., (Geo. Domoney & Co.) compradore, Hiogo Whyte, A. B., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila Wickham, B. R., (Tait & Co) clerk, Amoy

Wicking, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Wieler, G., (Wieler & Co.) merchant, Praya

Wieler, Oscar, (Wieler & Co.) merchant, Praya (absent)

Wiggins, C., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) commission agent, Yokohama

Wignall, J. H., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Atago-maru, Tokio Wijnhoven, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Wilck, C., (Mielenhaussen & Wilck) tailor, Shanghai

Wilcox, R. C., lessee and editor, Daily Press

Wilgaard, J. J., constable, river police, Shanghai

Wilkie, J., chief engineer, steamer Namoa, Coast

Wiikin, H. D., midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Charybdis

   Wilkin, A. J., (Wilkin & Robison) merchant, Yokohama Wilkin, constable, British Legation, Peking

Wilkinson, J. C., Hiozo

Wilkinson, H. S., acting assistant judge, Supreme Court, Shanghai Wilks, Henry, (Wilks & Earnshaw) engineer, Manila

   Willan, L. P., commander, Naval department, Tokio Willans, Hon. W. W., colonial treasurer, Singapore

Willcox, C. E. D., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Growler Williams, R., pilot, Shanghai

Williams, S. E., Maritime Customs berthing officer, Tientsin. Williams, T., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Williams, H. P., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Williams, J. O'B., M.D., surgeon, H.B. M. sloop Pegasus

Williams, T. E., engineer, Naval Yard

Williams, Rev. J., missionary, Tokio

Williams, Right Rev. C. M., missionary, Tokio

Williams, C. C., (Williams & Co.) commission merchant and U.S Consular agent, S'tow

Williams, W. H., maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Williams, F. T., assistant, Shanghai club, Shanghai

Williams, P., pilot, Swatow

Williams, Rev. Mark, missionary, Kalgau (absent)

Williamson, J. W. L., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Williamson, Rev. Jas., missionary, Fungwha, Ningpo

Williamson, Rev. Alex., LL.D., missionary, Chefoo

   Williamson, T. G., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Willoughby, W. J., clerk, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Wills, J. H., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Wilson, Jas., merchant, Tientsin

Wilson, E. L., lieutenant, H.B.M. Frolic

Wilson, J. C. G., (Barlow & Wilson) assistant, Manila

Wilson, J., third engineer, steamer Namoa, Coast

Wilson, John, agent National Bible Society of Scotland, Ichang

Wilson, G., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) acting accountant, Shanghai Wilson, F., (Barlow & Wilson) engineer, Mauila

Wilson, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Sumida-maru, Japan Wilson, R., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bauk) clerk, Shanghai

Wilson, J., (J. Witte & Co.) manager of machine works, Manila

Wilson, J., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Wilson, J. W., (Eastern Ext., Aust., & China Tele. Co.) assistant, Singapore

Wilson, C. H., (Eastern Ext., Aust., & China Tele. Co.) assistant, Queen's road Wilson, J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) tea inspector, (absent)

   Wilson, A., inspector of municipal police, Lowza station, Shanghai Wilson, J. A., (Howell & Co.) merchant, Hakodate

Wilson, John, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai

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Wilson, Henry, proprietor, "Nucleus Hotel," Shanghai

   Wilson, Wilberforce, C.E., (Wilson & Bird) architect, 4, Mosque Terrace Wilson, W., (Wilson, Nicholls & Co.) shipchandler, Amoy

Wimmer, H., (H. Muller & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Winch, F. E., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Winckler, J., Tokio

Windrum, lieutenant W., quartermastor, 27th Inniskillings

Windsor, T., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

   Wingrove, G. R., (National Bank of India) assistant accountant, Queen's road Winn, H. L., missionary, Yokohama

Winn, H. H., dentist, Shanghai

Winstanley, J., auctioneer, Yokohama

Winstanley, A., (Cornes & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Winterbottom, Thos., paymaster, H.B M, Victor Emanuel

Winters, Sergt. T., R.A., ordnance armorour, Ordnance Store Department

Wintle, N. D'O., (Russell & Co ) clerk, Shanghai

Winton, J, J., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) acting agent, Singapore

Wirgman, C., proprietor, Japan Punch, Yokohama

Wisas, D., lightkeeper, Luson lighthouse, Chefoo

Wishart, C., (New Harbour Dock Co.) manager, Singapore

Wismer, E., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Wisner, J. H., (Olyphant & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Withayn, J., (J. Reyna) assistant, Iloilo

Withers, G., captain, Mitsu Bishi steam tng Yenoshima-maru, Tokio

Withers, G., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) acting agent, Shanghai

Withome, W., engineer, Iloilo

Witkowski, J., (L. Kniffler & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Witt, S., steward in charge P. & O. steamer China

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Witt, J. J., pilot, Bangkok

Witte, A., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Witte, Julius, engineer and ice manufacturer, Manila

Wittsell, E., (W. B. Spratt & Co.) apprentice, Praya Cent: al

Wodehouse, A. P., captain, 27th Inniskillings

Wodehouse, H. E., clerk of councils, & chief clerk Colonial Secretary's office

Wodhouse, B., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila

Wodrich, lieutenant, German corvette Prinz Adalbert

Wodsworth, W. D., staff surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lapwing

Woelz, A., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

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   Wohlters, A., proprietor, "British Inn," Queen's road central Wolf, L., (F. Knoblauch & Co.) commission merchant, Yokohama Wolfe, Rev. John, missionary, Foochow (absent)

Woltenden, Richard, chief engineer, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Amoy Wolfenden, Robt., second engineer, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Amoy Wolff, M., bill broker, Shanghai

Wolff, W. H., Government school, Osaka

Wolff, A., (Siber & Brennwald) merchant & act. conl.-general for Switzerland, Y'hama Wolfs, J., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Wolter, C., (E. Meyer & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Wood, J. M., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Wood, J. D., second engineer, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton

Wood, Peter, missionary, Ichang

Wood, Chas., (Kobe Iron Works) machine shop fitter, Hiogo

Wood, J., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Wood, J., surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke, for special service in Yokohoma hospital

Wood, G. C., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Wood, A. G. (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Wood, Wm., constable, British Legation escort, Tokio

Wood, R. H. R., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Wood, Thos., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Woodford, E. D., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Woodford, P. J., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Woodford, J. D., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Woodford, H. B., (New Dispensary) proprietor, Singapore

Woodgate, W. H., second officer, P. & O. s'eamer Malacca

Woodin, E. L., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Praya

Woodin, Rev. Simeon F., missionary, Foochow

Woodley, A. G., first lieutenant, Chinese gunboat An-lan, Canton

Woodruff, F. E., commissioner of Customs (absent)

Wookerjee, C., merchant, Peel strect

Woollett, W. C., second lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings

Woolley, W. A., assistant British Consulate, Nagasaki

Woolley, A., clerk, P. & O. S. N. Co., Shanghai

Woolnough, H. A., (Hongkong Dispensary) manager, Queen's road Woolward, J. H., navigating lieutenant, H. B.M. gun-vessel Midge Worcester, G. H., ensign, U.S.S. Palos

Worgitzky, C., mariner, Bangkok

Workman, H. J., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Calbayog, Philippines

Worsfold, G., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Worsley, F., commander, E. E., A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s str. Sherard Osborn, Singapore

Worthington, Thos., (Ker & Co.) merchant, Manila

Wotton, Wm., (Brereton & Woʻton) solicitor, Queen's road

Wrankin, H., lighthouse-keeper, Bangkok

Wright, S. W., secretary to Commo lore Smith, Victor Emanuel

Wright, R. W., second officer, steamer Namoa, Coast

Wright, B. F., Locomotive superintendent, railway service, Kobe

Wright, H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Wright, Rev. W. B., missionary, Tokio

Wright, D. M., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Taiwan

Wright, F. E., audit secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking (absent)

Wright, Alex, (Alt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Wright, T. W., (Sayle & Co.) manager, Singapore

Wright, Rev. A. C., chaplain, H.B.M.S. corvette Comus

Wright, Robt., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila (absent) Wusinowski, Ad., (Fressel & Co.) merchant, Manila

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Wyatt, J. M., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Wylde, W., gunsmith, Yokohama

Wylie, R. A., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Wyllie, J. S., chief officer, steamer Hailoong, Coast

Wyndham, R. J. S., third engineer, steamer Rajanattianuhar, Hongkong and Bangkok Wyneken, R., (Staehelin & Stahlknecht) clerk, Singapore

Wynhoven, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Tientsin Wynn, J., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Nagoya-maru, Tokio Wyper, R., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) assistant engineer, Tokio

Xavier, F., (U. Pila & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Xavier, C. F., (Commercial Printing Office) compositor, Wyndham street Xavier, P. F., (Kruse & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Xavier, L., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street

Xavier, J., (Rose & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Xavier, W., (Geo. Domoney & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Xavier, L., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Xavier, F. de P., Macao

Xavier, Q., almoxarifado de guerra, Macao

Xavier, L., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) telegraphist, Singapore Xavier, L., clerk, Audit office, Bangkok

Xavier, L. A., (D. Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Xavier, F., (Stephens & Holmes) clerk, Club chambers

Xavier, J. A., (R. H. Cairns) clerk, Club chambers

Xavier, F. M, writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Xavier, J. P., (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Shanghai

Xavier, M. B., linguist, Procurador's department, Macao Xiffre, telegraphist, Saigon

Yano, T., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Yokohama

Yeats, J., quarter-master in charge, Customs' revenue steam launch Yü-min, Canton Yelverton, B. J. D., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Comus

Yeo, G. J., engineer and secretary, Gas Co., Shanghai

Yeomans, H., constable, British Consulate, Tientsin

Ygnacio, L., ecclesiastical department, Manila

York, G. E., (T. Weeks & Co.) draper, Shanghai Yorke, E. W., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Yorke, K. S., Maritime Customs assistant, Chinkiang

Youd, F. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Young, Wm., medical practitioner, "Woodville," Arbuthnot road

Young, P., (W. G. Hale & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Young, M., captain, steamer Douglas, Coast

Young, C., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Takasago maru, Tokio

Young, J., pilot, Taku

Young, W. S. (Gilman & Co.) merchant, d'Aguilar street

Young, A., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) shipwright, Kowloon

Young, J. M., (Rodewald & Co.) merchant, Shangbai

Young, J. J. B., naval cadet, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Young, A. H., lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings

Young, H. M., lieutenant, 27th Inniskillings

Young, Wm., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Young, Geo., Hiogo

Young, F. W., (Stibolt & Co.) manager, Yokohama

Young, R., medical practitioner, "Woodville," Arbuthnot road (absent)

Young, S., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow

Youngs, E. A., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, and United States vice-consul, Manila

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

    Youngson, W., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai Yrisarry, M. T., (Inchausti & Co,) clerk, Manila Yrísarry, J. M., (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, Manila Yasi, J. M., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila Yuill, G. S., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road Yula, T., trader, Iloilo

    Yvanovich, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Yvanovich, G., (R. McMurdo) clerk, Hnt's Block

Zaba'o, J. M., administracion bacienda publica, Manila

Zachariæ, V., M.D., physician to Ger. con., and Customs medical attendant, Shanghai Zalvidea, Q., relatore, supreme court, Manila

Zamora, P., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Zamora, P., civil doctor, Manila

    Zapata, J. S. y, lieutenant of cavalry, Manila Zappe, Ed., German consul, Yokohama

Zarogo, Y., sugar manufacturer, Iloilo

Zedelius, C., M.D., medical practitioner, Shanghai

Zelesny,, professor of medicine, University of Tokio

Zezéquel, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Zicano, P., proprietor, Grand Hotel, Yokohama

    Ziegfeld, F. K., (China & Japan Trading Co.) assistant, Shanghai Ziegfeld, H., (C & J. Trading Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Ziegler, C., (Ziegler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Ziegler, Rev. H., missionary, Basil Mission, Nyenhangli Zietz, E., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Zimmermann, C. F., (Pasedag & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Zimmermann, L. F., (Emmerson's Hotel) manager, Singapore

Zobel J., chemist, Manila

Zollikofer, V., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Zolorrano, J. O., accountant general's office, Manila

Zorilla, V., presidente de sala, Supreme Court, Manila

    Zubeldia, M., (Peels, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Legaspi, Philippines Zühlsdorff, zahlmeister, German gunboat Cyclop

Zulueta, Ç., trader, Iloilo

Zuzarte, D., proprietor, Colonial Press, Singapore

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PLAN OF THE

CITY OF VICTORIA

HONG KONG.

1874

ATORIED FROM THE GOVERNMENT PLAKA PUBLISHED FOR

"THE CHROMITE & BIKESTOPY ION TETRA, JATAM THE QUILTSPINTEL, AL

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HONGKONG.

This, the most eastern of British possessions, is situate off the coast of the Kwingtung province, at the mouth of the Canton river. It is distant about 40 miles from Macao and 90 from Canton, and lies be ween 22 deg. 9 min. and 22 deg. 1 min. N. lat., a d 114 deg. 5 min. and 114 deg. 18 min. E. long. The name of the island (Heang Kong) signifies Good Harbour. Hongkong is a Crown Colony and was ceded to Great Britain by the Chinese Government in 1841. The Government is admi- nistered by a Governor, aided by an Executive Council of five officials. The Legislative Council is presided over by the Governor, and is composed of the Chief Justice, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney-General, the Treasurer, and four unofficial memb rs nominated by the Crown on the recommendation of the Governor. Tue island is about 11 miles long and from 2 to 5 broad; its circumference is about 27 miles. It consists of a broken ridge of lofty bills, with few valleys of any extent and scarcely any ground available for cultivation. It is well watered by numerous streams, many of which ar perennial, and from the waterworks at Pok- folum water of excellent quality but in limited quantity is supplied to all parts of the city of Victoria.

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The harbour of Hongkong is one of the finest and most beautiful in the world, having an area of ten square miles, and is always crow led with shipping, presenting an animated and imposing spectacle. It consists of the sheet of water between the island and the mainland, and is enclosed on all sides by lofty hills, unfor- tunately bare of foliage, except where trees have been planted near the city, but pleasingly green during the south-west monsoon. The City of Victoria is magnifi- cently situated, the houses, many of them large and handsome, rising, tier upon tier, from the wat r's edge to a height of several hundred feet on the face of the Peak, while several bun alows are visible on the very summit of the hills. Seen from the water at night, when lamps twinkle among the trees and houses, the city, spreading along the shore for upwards of four miles, affords a sight not to be forgotten.

     Nor on landing are the favourable impressions of the stranger dissipated. The city is well built, the roads and streets are for the most part admirably made and kept, the Public Gardens almost unrivalled for their beauty, and many of the thoroughfares delightfully shaded with well grown trees. The chief public building is the City Hall, erected in 1866-9 by subsc: iption; it contains an elegant theatre, numerous large rooms used for balls and public meetings, an excellent and valuable Library, and a Museum yearly increasing in importane. The Government Offices, Supreme Court House, and Club are plain but substantial structures. Government House is admirably situated, in picturesque grounds pleasingly laid out, in the centre of the city. The Gaol is a large and massive structure, but the accommodation afforded by it is not in excess of the large demands made on it, owing to the inroads of the criminal population of Kwang ung being so constant and persevering. The Civil Hospital is located in a building very inadequate fo the purpose. The Government Central School, a most important in-titution, having some six hundred pupils, is also very badly housed at present. The Tung Wa Hospital, a Chinese institution, occupies a large and roomy building. The barracks for the garrison are large, and constructed with great r gard for the health and comfort of the troops, and the buildings belonging the Naval Establishment are substantial and spacious. The Central Market is a dirty and inconvenient place, which isntirely given up to the natives owing to its repulsive condition. The Praya wall, which has been in course of reconstruction during the past year, is now nearly completed, a d is a work of great solidity and strength, reflecting the greatest credit on the Survey Department. It is faced with large blocks of hewn granite and backed with concrete, and presents a good effect from the water. The Clock Tower, near Peddar's Wharf, was erected by public subscription in 1862, and the illuminated clock was presented to the Colony by the firm of Douglas Lapraik & Co.

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The chief religious buildings are: S. John's Cathedral (Anglican), which occupies a commanding site above the Parade Ground, and is a Gothic church of considerable size but with few pretensions to architecture. It has a square tower, with pinnacles, over the western porch, and possesses a peal of bells. It possesses one handsome stained window in the east end, over the altar. S. Peter's (Seamen's) Church, at West Point, clo e to the Sailors' Home, is a neat Gothic erection with a spire. It also is adorned with a stained glass wind w, presented in 1878. S. Stephen's (native) Church, in Taipingshan, is a plain building with a bell turret. Union Church is a pleasing edifice in the Italian style of architecture, with a spire, and contains accommodation for about 500 persons. The Roman Catholic Cathedral, in Wellington Street, is a remarkably plain but commodious structure with small twin domes. S. Joseph's Church, in Garden Road, is a neat edifice erected in 1876 on the site of one destroyed by the great typhoon of 1874; and there are several smaller mission churches. There is also a Jewish Synagogue in Hollywood Road, and a Mahom dan Mosque in Mosque Street. The Roman Catholics possess a Reformatory for Chinese boys and several charitable and educational institutions, which are very efficiently managed. Other denominations likewise support establish- ments of the same character, conspicuous among which are the Diocesan House and Orphanage, the German Foundling House, Baxter Vernacular School, &c.

The Anglican, Roman Catholic, Parsee, and Mahomedan Cemeteries occupy sites in Wong-nai Chung Valley, and are kept in good order. The Anglican cemetery is almost a rival to the Public Gardens, being admirably laid out and charmingly situated.

There are several Clubs in the Colony. The principal are the Hongkong Club, the Club Germania, and the Lusitano Club. There is a Recreation Club, which possesses Bath and Boat houses on the Praya near the Cricket Ground, a Cricket Club, and a Yacht Club, all kept up with much spirit.

The annual races are held at the latter end of February on the Race Course in Wong-nai Chung Valley, at the east end of the town, a beautiful spot enclosed by fir-crowned hills. On this occasion the whole colony makes noliday, and the stands and course are crowded with one of the most motley collections of humanity to be seen in any part of the world. Most of the races are run with North China ponies, and there is generally good sport. A regatta is held in December in the harbour, but it does not evoke the same enthusiasm as the races. Athletic Sports are also got up every year by the garrison, ani occasional swimming matches and boat races take place. Toere is an Amateur Dramatic Club, the members of which give several performances in the City Hall Theatre during the season; and the Choral Society provides a series of Amateur Concerts in St. Andrew's Hall. The Regimental Band has now for some time given promenade concers in the Public Gardens about every fortnight during the summer. In addition to the attempts made by the colonists to provide amusements, itinerant companies frequently visit Hongkong, and give a series of performances.

There is excell nt Dock accommodation for the la: gest vessels. The Hongkong, and Whampoa Dock Company, Limited, have two extensive establishments, one at Kowloon, the other at Aberdeen. The Docks of this company are fitted with all appliances for engineering and carpenter's work, and are seldom empty. At the Aberdeen docks the largest ironclads and mail steamers can be and are frequently docked. The Cosmopolitan Dock is also a capacious dock 560 feet long, and is situatel at Sam-shui Pò, in British Kowl on. There are two paten: slips, which were purchased last year by te Hongkong a d Whampoa Dock Company, and of her smaller establ s m nts a which ship-building is carried on, and some good sized steamers have been launched in the Colony. Her Majesty's Naval Yard also contains machine sheds and fitting shops on a large scale, and repairs can be effected to the machinery of the British men of-war with great expedition.

There are several g od hotels in the Colony. the Hongkong Hotel, close to the Clock Tower;

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Street; the Oriental, in Wellington Street; and the Stag, in Queen's Road, all of which are centrally situated and provide good accommodation for travellers.

   There are two daily papers published in English, the Hongkong Daily Press, whic ap; ears in the morning, and the China Mail, issued in the evening. There are also two fortnightly papers, which are published on the morning of the departure of the English mail, namely the China Overland Trade Report (the commercial journal of the Far East), and the Overland China Mail. The Hongkong Catholic Register is a religious paper published weekly. The Chronicle and Directory for China, Japan, &c., app ars annually, and is issued from the Daily Press office. The China Review, which is devoted to reviews and papers on Chinese topies, is published once every two months, and contains valuable articles. The native Press is represented by three daily papers-the Chung Ngoi San Po, which is the oldest, published at the Daily Press Office; the Wa Tsz Yat Po, or Chinese Mail; and the Tsun Wan Yat Po, or Universal Circulating Herald. There is also a bi-weekly called Kan Sz Ping Luk. The Govern- ment Gazette is published once a week in both English and Chinese, by the Govern- meut printers, Messrs. Noronha & Sons.

Manufactures are represented by two large su ar refin ries, the China and the Oriental, a Distillery, and some native factories. Among the industries pursued by the Chinese are glass blowing, vermillion manufacture, tanning, dyeing; bean-curd, tooth-powder, cigar and tobacco making, &c.

There are several villages on the island, the largest of which is Shau-ki Wan, situate in a bay in the Li-ü Mun Pass, where there are some large works employed in producing Chinese iron w re for export. Aberdeen, on the south of the island, possesses a well sheltered little harbour, much frequented by fishing crait. Two large docks of the Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company are also situated there, and add to the importance of the place. Pokfolum, on the road to Aberdeen, about four miles from Victoria, is a place of resort for European residents in the hot weather, and some elegant bungalows have been erected in pleasant and picturesque situations, commanding fine sea views and cool breezes. The sanitarium of the Frane Missions is located at Pokfolum, and is a fire building with an elegant chapel attached. Stanley, situated in a small bay on the south-east of the island. was once the site of a military station, but the barracks were `pulled down a few years back, and the village is stagnant. There are good carriage roads from Victoria both to Aberdeen and Shau-ki Wan, and a bridle road to Stanley. A good bridle road leads up to the summit of Victoria Peak, with other paths branching off from it along the adjoining hills. Within the past three years the number of bungalows on and about the Peak has increased so much that they now form quite an alpine village.

Across the harbour is the dependency of British Kowloon. This peninsula was ceded to Great Britain in 1861. It has an area of four square miles, and, though formerly a most ar d and desola'e strip of land, has latterly made considerable pro- gress. Yan-ma Ti, the principal village, has lar,ely increased in populat.on, and bids fair to b come an important town. A number of European houses and a club have been erected and numerous gardens laid out at Tsim-sha Tsui, which place is much reso ted to by the British and foreign residents. St am frries ply regularly between this place, Yau-ma T'i, and Victoria.

The total population of the Coio y of Hongkong according to the census of 1876, was 139,144, showing an increase of 17,159 since 1872, when the preceding census was taken. The European and American community was larger by 247, but this incr as was solely due to t; e immigration of Portuguese irom Macao. Nearly every other nationality showed a consid rable reduct.on, there being 86 British, 12 German, 12 American, and 10 Danish male adult residents fewer tan in 1872. The total population of the city of Victoria was returned at 111,684; that of Kowloon at 7,704; of Shau-ki Wan 3,011; of Aberdeen 1,669; and Stanley 944. The rest of the population is distributed amon the smaller villnges and the boat population other than in Victoria harbour. The total British and foreign population numbers 7,525, but the residents proper are return d at 2,767, the former figures including the

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naval and military establishments, police, shipping in harlour, and temporary residents. The Indians and others of mixed blood numbered 1,451. Since the census of 1876 the Chinese population has considerably increased, and the population of the Colony may now be roughly estimated at 150,000.

     Hongkong formerly enjoyed a most unenviable notoriety for unhealthiness, and in years past the troops garrisoned here undoubtedly suffered severely. A great deal of the sickness in the early day of the Colony was caused by excavating and other- wise disturbing the disintegrated granite of which the soil of the island mainly con- sists, and which appears to throw off malarious exhalations when upturned. At the present time, however, the Colony is one of the healthiest spots in the world in the same latitude, and when the ignorance of newcomers respecting the climate, the rashness and excesses of seamen, and the squalor and crowded condition of the Chinese quarter of the town are considered, the mortality is by no means excessive. The annual death rate per 1000 for the whole population in 1878 was 29.60, for the British and foreign population, 18.73, or deducting non-residents, 14.90. The annnal average rainfall is 78.54 inches, while the average annual range of the thermometer is from 43 deg. to 89 deg,

The finances of the Colouy have for several years gone on improving, and the estimated revenue for 1880 is $1,017,956, while the expenditure is estimated at $964,355.

Hongkong is a free port, and it is therefore impossible to give any return of its imports and exports. During the year 1878, 3,057 vessels of foreign build, measuring 2,591,172 tons, were entered. Of this number of vessels 2,326, measuring 2,136,832 tons, were steamers. This proportion was divided amongst the different maritime nations as follows:---British, 1,922 vessels and 1,715,895 tons, or 82.63 and 80.30 per cent. respectively; French, 78 vessels and 149,891 tons, or 3.35 and 7.02 per cent. respectively; German, 148 vessels and 123,078 tons, or 6.36 and 5.75 per cent. respectively; Chinese, 76 vessels and 63,742 tons, or 3.27 and 2.98 per cent. respectively; Spanish, 59 vessels and 24,040 tons, or 2.54 and 1.12 per cent. respectively; the remaining 27 vessels and 56,240 tons, or 1.29 and 2.84 per cent. respectively were American, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian, Belgian, and Burmese. Of the sailing vessels, 731 in number and of 454,340 tons capacity, measuring 207,368 tous, or 33.79 per cent. of ves-els and 45.64 per cent, of tonnage, were under the British flag. The total number of junks entered at the various ports of the Colony (exclusive of local trade) was 24,693, with a tonnage of 1,614,651.

     The trade chiefly consists in opium, sugar, salt, flour, oil, cotton goods, earthen- ware, amber, ivory, sandalwood, betel, vegetables, granite, &c., &c. The bulk of the European trade of China and Japan passes through this port.

      Hongkong possesses unrivalled steam communication. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company and the Messageries Maritimes convey the European mail we kly, the Pacific Mail Company and the Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company maintain a mail service with San Francisco, the Eastern and Australian Mail Steamship Company have a monthly service with the Australian Colonies, and the Australasiau Steam Navigation Company now run a regular line of steamers between Hongkong and the Australian ports. In addition to all these, several great lines of merchant steamers maintain regular communi- cation between London, Liverpool, and Hongkong, of which the Ocean Steamship Company, and the Glen and Castle lines are the most conspicuous. Between the ports on the east coast of China and Hongkong the steamers of Messrs. Douglas Lapraik & Co. ply regularly twice a week and there is constant steam communication with Hoihow, Manila, Saigon, Haiphong, Bangkok, &c. With Shanghai and the ports of Japan there is frequent communication in addition to the mail steamers which leave weekly, while the steamers of the Mitsu Bishi Mail Steamship Company run fortnightly between Yokohama, Kobe, and Hongkong. Between Hongkong, Macao, and Canton there is a daily stea n service. The telegraphic communication of the Colony extends to nearly every part of the world.

HONGKONG,

DIRECTORY.

Colonial Departments, Public Of'ces, &c.

Colonial Government.

Governor, Commander-in-Chief, and Vice- Admiral-His Excellency John Pope Hennessy, C.M.G.

Colonial Secretary-Hon. W. H. Marsh Aide-de-camp to H.E. the Governor-Major

Palmer, R.E.

Private Secretary-J. M. D'Almada e

Castro

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

議政局

I Ching Kuk.

His Excellency John Pope Hennessy,

C.M.G., president

The Senior Military Officer in Command

Hon. Colonial Secretary

Hon. Attorney General

Hon. John Macneile Price

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

定例局

Ting-lai Kuk.

COLONIAL TREASURY.

庫務署

Fu Mò Shü.

191

Acting Colonial Treasurer-Hon. M. 8,

Tonno chy

First Clerk & Cashier-J. A. de Carvalho 2nd do. and Accountant-A. F. Aives 3rd do.-A. R. Madar

Acting 4th do.-J. P. da Costa Notice Server-Lum Shu Tak First Shroff-Cheung Alloy

Second do.-Cheong Achow

Valuators of Police and Lighting Rates

G. L. Tomlin and P. M. Alves

SURVEYOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 工務署

Kung Mo Shü.

Surveyor General-Hon. John M. Frice,

F.G.S., F.R.G.S

Assist. Surveyor Gen. - E. Bowdler

Inspector of Buildings-S. R. Neate

Clerks of Works-W. Danby, W. Frstage

First clerk-Geo. L. Tomlin

Second do.-F. X. das Chagas

Third do.-M. Gutierrez

His Excellency John Pope Hennessy, Fourth do.--Chan a Fook

Hon. Chief Justice

C.M.G., president

Hon. Colonial Secretary

Hon. Attorney General

Hon. Colonial Treasurer

Hon. Phineas Ryrie

Hon. W. Keswick

Hon. J. M. Price

Hon. H. B. Gibb (absent)

non-official

members

Clerk of Councils-H. E. Wodehouse

Overseers of Works-E. McLeod, W. Wass,

G. Stainfield, G. Baynes, W. Colston

Watchman at Pokfoolum-E. Lewis Overseer in charge of Protestant Cemetery-

W. Thompson

Interpreters-Shi Sheung, Kani Mun

GENERAL POST-OFFICE.

書信館

Shi-şun Kún

Public Offices.

Postmaster General-A. Lister

Assistant Ditto.-S. Barff

Accountant-J. G. da Rocha

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. Clerks-J. M. E. Machado. A. Leiria, A. J.

輔政使署

Fu Ching Sz Shü.

Colonial Secretary-Hon. W. H. Marsh

Chief clerk-H. E. Wodehouse

First do.-J. M. D'Almada e Castro

Second do.-J, M. S. Alves

Third do.-A. K. Travers

Fourth do.-P. H. do Rozario

Cadet-J. H. S. Lockhart

Rodrigues, A. M. Placé, Z. M Barradas, A. da Silva, J. H. Britto, & T. Barradas Marine Officers-A. L. S. del Aguila and

D. A. da Costa

POSTMASTERS, Shanghai-F. G. Machado, G. S. S.

Silva, clerk

Macao-R. de Souza (Honorary)

POSTAL AGENTS.

Hainan-J. Scott (Honorary)

192

Canton-A, Hosie

Swatow-Henry Sage

Amoy-0. Johnson

Foochow-M. F. A. Fraser

HONGKONG-GOVERNMENT OFFICES.

Ningpo-W. M. Cooper (H. M. Consul)

Hankow-H. F. Brady

STAMP REVENUE OFFICE.

印捐局

Yan-kün Kuk.

Collector-A. Lister

First Clerk-J. S. Rodrigues

Second Clerk-E. H. d'Aquino Shroff-Ho Chung-shang

   Chinese Agency-79, Bonham Strand Agent-Un Man-tsoi

AUDITOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

考數署

Hnu Cho Sh

Auditor Gen.-Hon. W. H. Marsh

Audit Clerk-J. M. A. da Silva

Second Clerk-F. V. Ribeiro

Temporary clerk-F. Friere

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE.

華民政務司

Wà Man Ching Mò Sz.

Registrar General, Acting-John Gerrard

First clerk- John Gerrard Second clerk-G. S. Northcote Registration clerk-C. Osmund.

Chinese clerks--Im A Mong, Ip Ping

Kwan

Chinese Registration clerk-Sung Sing

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, MAR- RIAGES, AND DEATHS.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE.

婚姻事務司署

Fan-yan Sz Mò Sz Shü.

Registrar--The Registrar General

Deputy Registrar-John Gerrard

GOVERNMENT GARDENS AND TREE PLANTING DEPARTMENT. Superintendent-Charles Ford Foreman-U Atai

5 Sub-foremen, 23 labourers, 2 ap-

prentices, 6 forresters, 1 watchman

HARBOUR DEPARTMENTS.

船政司

Shün-ching Sz.

Harbour Master, Marine Magistrate, Emigra-

tion and Customs Officer-H. G. Thom- sett, R.N.

Assistant do.-J. P. McEuen, R.N.

HARBOUR OFFICE, PRAYA WEST. Clerks-F. Machado, J. L. de S. Alves,

A. C. Botelho

Boarding Officers-A. F. Sampson, J.

Speechly

Inspectors of Cargo Boats & Junks-W. Mc-

Clellan, J. J. Collaço, M. J. Chagas Indian Interpreter-Soonderam

Chinese Interpreters and Writers-Tsang

Hoi, Chan Chan, Cheung Ip

Shroff to the Department-Leong Chung

MERCANTILE MARINE OFFICE. Sailors' Home, West Point.

Deputy Superintendent-W. S. Lording

(absent)

Acting do.-A. P. Guterres Clerk-H. W. Sampson (acting) Indian Interpreter-Idroos Moosdeen

LIGHT HOUSES.

Collector of Light Dues-J. P. McEuen, R.N. Light Keepers, Cape d'Aguilar-A. Baird,

L. L. Lopes, and two Chinese Green Island-H. L. Mather, & I Chinese Cape Collinson-Two Chinese

GUNPOWDER DEPOT, STONE CUTTER'S ISLAND.

Officer in charge-T. M. Leatherbarrow Gunner-George Waite

OUT-STATIONS.

Shau-ki Wan-Inspector J. C. Swanston Stanley-Inspector Mackie Aberdeen-Sergeant W. King Yau-Ma Ti-Inspector J. Cameron

SIGNAL STATION, VICTORIA PEAK. In charge-F. C. Collaço

Assistants-Ko Kam-fuk and Su Hoi

Judicial Establishment.

SUPREME COURT.

臬署

Nip Shü.

Chief Justice-Hon. Sir John Smale,

Knight

Puisne Judge Hon. F. Snowden

Acting Puisne Judge-Hon. J. J. Francis Attorney-General--Hon. E. L. O'Malley Acting do.

Hon. J. Russell

Sheriff--C. F. A. Sangster

Deputy Sheriff-W. H. R. Mossop Registrar-Hon. C. B. Plunket

Acting Deputy Registrars-W. H. R.

Mossop and C. F. A. Sangster

Crown Solicitor-Edmund Sharp Acting Accoun'ant-S. Barff

HONGKONG--GOVERNMENT OFFICES.

Clerk of Court-C. F. A. Sangster

Secretary and Clerk to the Chief Justice-

W. H. R. Mossop

Clerk to the Puisne Judge-Frank Haze-

land

Interpreter-R. A. do Rozario

Acting Assistant Interpreter-J. D. Ball Clerk and Usher-F. von Stockhausen Assistant Clerk for Registrar's Office-E.

Barros

    Chinese Clerk-Chun Tai Kwong Usher and Bailiff T. R. McBean Shroff--Chung Shing Hong Appraiser-W. H. R. Mossop Commissioners to Administer Oaths-C. F.

A. Sangster, W. H. R. Mossop

Registrar of Companies-Gordon S. North-

dute

VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT. Judge and Commissary-Hon. Sir John

Smale, Knight

Acting Deputy Judge-His Honour Mr.

Justice Francis

Queen's Advocate-Hon. E. L. O'Malley Registrar-Hon C. B. Plunket Deputy Registrar-W. H. R. Mossop

Surrogates-C. F. A. Sangster and W. H.

R. Mo-sop

Queen's Proctor-E. Sharp

Marshal-W. H. R. Mossop

Justices of the Peace.

Hon. P. Rvrie

紳士

Shan Sz.

H. G. Thomsett,

R.N.

R. McMurdo T. G. Linstead W. M. Deane M. S. Tonnochy F. Stewart C. V. Creagh Hon. W. Keswick Hon. J. Russell A. Lister

E. R. Belilios R. A. O'Brien, M.D. Hon H. Lowcock Hon. J. M. Price Dr. P. C. B. Ayres, H. H. Nelson H. L Dalrymple

A. McIver

N. J. Ede

H. E. Wodehouse

J. P. McEuen, R.N. T. Jackson

F. D. Sassoon R. H. Sandeman T. C. Hayllar, Q.C. Hon. C. B. Plunket Hon. H. B. Gibb

J. Gerrard

J. H. Scott

E. E. Sassoon J. G. T. Hassell J J. Francis Ng Achoy W. S. Adams S. Barff E. Bowdler

Police Department.

MAGISTRATES' COURT.

巡理魎

Trun-li Ting.

193

Police Magistrate-Hon. James Russell

(acting as Attorney General)

Do.-Hon. C. B. Plunket

Acting Police Magistrate-Chas. Vande-

leur Creagh

First Clerk-Arathoon Seth

Acting Second do. P. M. Alves

Third

Fourth

do.

Li Hong-mi do. -'Ng Kwai Shang First Chinese Interp.-Bedell Li-yun Second do. do. -Li-a-cheung Third do. do. Hung Kam Shing Hindustane Interpreter-N Fuk-shang Chinese Clerk and Shroff-Sung Cheung-

kan

Usher and process server-Geo. Saunders Assistant do. do. -J. Fernandes

Chinese do. do. -Li Ayam

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT. Sheriff-C. F. A. Sangster

POLICE.

※ 捕廳

Ts un pò Ting.

Capt. Superintendent-W. M. Deane, M.A. Deputy Superintendent-C. V. Creagh Chief Inspector---G. Horspool

First Clerk-C. Wagner

Second Clerk--C. Duggan

Clerks-Choo-a-heem, F'. Souza, Lam Pak

Mi

Indian Interpreter-Samuel Baboo Chinese Interpreters-Fourteen

Inspectors-T. Grey, J. Cradock, W. Rivers, D. Thomson, J. Cameron, J. Mathieson, J. Corcoran, J. C. Swanston, J. Lindsay, A. Mackie Inspector of Markets-G. Orley Luropean Force--

11 Sergeants

10 Acting Sergeants 70 Constables

Indian Fo ce-

1 Jemadhar

5 Sergeants

5 Acting Sergeants 158 Constables

Chinese Force-

5 Sergeants

180 Constables

194

HONGKONG-GOVERNMENT OFFICES.

Water Police, Chinese-

3 Sergeants

8 Acting Sergeants

120 Constables

Seconded to other departments--

2 Europeans, 27 Indians, and 18

Chinese

CORONER.

官屍0

Im-shi-kum.

Coroner-Chas. Vandeleur Creagh

Chinese Int. and Clerk--Bedell Li-yun

Gaol Establishment.

VICTORIA GAOL.

監房

ITL

Kam Fong.

Superintendent-Malo lm Sruan Ton-

nochy

Warden-Georg Hayward

Clerk--Wm. Goulbourn

Assist. Clerk and Interp.-Yip Ling Mui

Head Turnkeys-W. Scudder, Thos.

Cole, R Boddy (acting)

8 European turnkeys

19 Assistant turnkeys

4 Chinese assistant turnkeys

2 Hospital Warders

1 Matron

18 Gaol guards

Medical Establishment.

Colonial Surgeon and Inspector of Hospitals-- Philip B. C. Ayres, L.M., and M. R.C.S., Eng.; L.R.C.P., Edin., and J.P. Health Officer of Port-W. S. Adams, M.D. Chief Inspector of Nuisances-John Cleaver Inspectors of Nuisances-Js. Germain,

Michael Adams, Jas. Mulgraves

GOVERNMENT CIVIL HOSPITAL. West Point (Temporary).

國家醫院

Kwok-ka I Un.

Superintendent--C. J. Wharry, M.D.;

C.M.; M.R.C.S.E.; L.S.A.L.

Apothecary and Analyst-H. McCallum Steward-J. C. de Senna

Clerk-Luk Tit Fo

Ward-masters-J. Carneiro & Chun Alok LOCK HOSPITAL.

Surgeon P. B. C. Ayres, M.R.C.S.E.;

L.M.; L.R.C.P.E.

Apothecary-A. de Souza Matron-G. Assis

Inspector of Brothels-W. F. Whitehead Inspector in charge at Wanchi--W. Horton Asst. do. do. John Lee

CENTRAL SCHOOL.

大書院

Tai Shu-ün.

Head Master-Frederick Stewart, M.A.,

L.L.D.

Second Master-Alexander Falconer

Third Master-W. M. B. Arthur

Fourth Master--A. J. May

Fifth Master--A. T. R. Murray Sixth Master-J. McKinney

Assistant Masters-Chiu Chi-ts'ung, Fung A-shui, Ch'an Kai-ming, and Tsang Kit-fan

Chinese Masters--Chan U-ch'ün, Ho Chjuk- shan, Ip Ut-lau, and Yam Kwan-ür

HONGKONG ARTILLERY VOLUN- TEERS.

Captain and Commandant-A. Coxon) Captain J. J. Francis Lieutenant-J. Grant

do.

-W. Danby

do. -H. Cohen

HONGKONG FIRE BRIGADE.

滅火局

Mit Fo Kuk.

VICTORIA.

Superintendent-Vacant

Acting Superintendent-C. V. Creagh

Asst.

do.

J. A. Carvalho

-J. P. McEuen and

Clerk and Accountant-A. Seth, acting Engineer-T. E. Williams, R.N. Overseer of Water Works-G. Stainfield Foremen-G. Orley, J. Cleaver

4 Chinese Interpreters

4 Assistant Foremen

Engine Driver-C. Wassenius Assistant do.

W. Currie

T. Campbell, J. Livisy,

14 European Firemen

5 Chinese Stokers

12 Chinese Watchmen 75 Chinese Firemen 170 Chinese Volunteers

European Volunteers. Foreman-P. H. Emanuel Assistant do.-A. Wohlters

16 Firemen

You-má-tí.

1 European Fireman

2 Chinese Firemen

20 Volunteers (Chinese)

Aberdeen.

1 European Fireman

2 Chinese Firemen

20) Volunteers (Chinese)

Shau-ki-wan.

1 European Fireman

2 Chinese Firemen

20 Volunteers (Chinese)

HONGKONG-CONSULATES,

Inspector of Dangerous Goods-G. Orley

Assistant

do.

-Ip A'ka

HONGKONG FIRE INSURANCE

COMPANY'S STEAM FIRE ENGINE.

Engine House, Praya Central.

In charge G. Taufer

Engineer E. Taufer

Consulates.

日耳曼領事官

Yat-i-man Ling-sz Kùn.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

Consul-Adolf André

Chancelier-Richard Schönberger

BELGIUM.

Consul-Atwell Coxon, 1, Seymour Ter-

race

顛擘領事官

Tên-mak Ling-s Kin

DENMARK.

Consul-H. Kiær

法蘭西領事官

Fat-lan-sui Tings Kin. FRANCE.

(10, Arbuthnot Road)

Consul--G. A. Delongraye

Chancelier-M. Dausseing

花旗領事官

Fa-ki Ling-sz Kùn.

UNITED STATES

(2, Praya East.)

Consul-John S. Mosby

Vice and Deputy Consul-W, T. Brooke

Chinese Clerk and Interp.-Chue Asine

      HAWAII (SANDWICH ISLANDS). Consul-General-Hon. W. Keswick

以大利領事官 I-tai-li Ling-sa Kun. ITALY.

Consul-D. Musso

立化蘭領事官

Lap-fa-lan Ling-sz Kun. NETHERLANDS.

Consul-Ludwig Beyer

大普國領事官

Tại Po Kwok Tăng-sĩ Kùn

IMPERIAL GERMAN CONSULATE.

Consul-G. Travers

Vice-Consul-P. Kempermann

Secretary-F. Panizza

195

Physicians-C. Clouth, M.D., and C.

Gerlach, M.D.

Shipping Master--W. Peterson

西洋領事官

Sai-geng Ling-sĩ Kùn.

PORTUGAL.

7, Chancery Lane.

Consul-José da Silva Loureiro (consul.

general in charge)

First Assistant-Eduardo Loureiro

Second do.

xeira

-J. M. P. da Cunha Tei-

俄羅斯領事官

Ngo-lo-sz Ling-sz Kun. RUSSIA.

(Peddar's Wharf.)

Consul-W. Reiners

Chancelier-R. Schonberger

暹羅領事官

Tsim-lo Ling-sz Kùn.

SIAM.

Consul-Thos. I. Rose (Borneo Company),

Queen's Road

呂宋領事官

Lui-sung Ling-sz Kùn.

SPAIN.

(1, Ball's Court, Bonham Road.)

Consul-Albino Mencarini

Vice Consul-José Velez

瑞國領事官

Sui Brook Ling-sz Kin

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Consul-H. Kiær

Hosted by

Google

196

HONGKONG

BRAZIL.

-EDUCATIONAL-CLUBS, &c.

Consul-A. G. Romano (also Honorary

Consul for Portugal)

日本領事官

Yat Pin Dung sự

ΠΑΡΑΝ.

(7, Cain Road.)

Consul-Taro Ando

Attachés Giro Hirabe, Udsuru Onuma

Clerk-Itchiro Terada

Educational.

VICTORIA BOYS SCHOOL.

域多利亞訓蒙書館

Wik to-li-à Fan-mung Shü

Head Master-J. M Hanlon

Drawing Master-M. A. Baptista

Portuguese Master -J. Rangel

Chinese Master-Kwong Nam Tong

VICTORIA GIRLS' SCHOOL.

Conducted by Mrs. J. M. Hanlon

ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE.

聖保羅書院

Shing Polo Shü Un.

Visitor - The Archbishop of Canterbury

Warden-Right Rev. Bishop of Victoria

Sub-warden-Rev. W. L. Groves, B.A.,

Bishop's examining chaplain and col- lege tutor

English Master-vacant

DIOCESAN HOME & ORPHANAGE BONHAM ROAD.

女仔館

Nui-tsai Kùn.

Vice-Presidents-Hon. Chief Justice Sir

     John Smale, Mr. Justice Snowden Hon. Treasurer-Hon. W. Keswick Committee Right Rev. Bishop of Victoria, Hon. H. Lowcock, H. E. Braddon, C. P. Chater, E. Sharp, D. R. Crawford, A. P. McEwen, H. E. Wodehouse Hon. Secretary- Rt. Rev. The Bishop of

Victoria

English Master-Geo. Piercy Matron-Mrs. Piercy Teacher-One Chinese

Inmates--22 Boys, 10 Girls of European, mixed, and Chinese extraction, 8 day scholars

ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH SCHOOLS. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Manager--Rev. A.B. Hutchinson (absent) Acting Manager-Rev. John Grundy Taipingshan Masters-Yam Yung-chi,

Tsang Fu-feng

Saiyingpun Master-Shiu A-tung Shungwan Master-Chau Ching-chün

BAXTER MEMORIAL SCHOOL. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Manager-Rev. A. B. Hutchinson (absent) Acting Manager-Rev. John Grundy Mistress--Chan Lin

THE CONVENT,

CAINE ROAD.

羅瑪姑娘

Là mà Ku-neung.

Lady Superioress-Mother Maria Stella Sisters-Giuseppina Testera, Claudia Com- pagnotti, Giuditta Manzato, Angelica Barretto, Luigia Frigerio, Teresa Rossi, Regina Ferrario, Teresa Allocchio, Emi- lia Bertalotti, Maria Allanson, Tomasia Richi, Maria Poroni, Teodora Lucian, Annunciata Baldi, Anna Pereira

ST. JOSEPH'S ENGLISH COLLEGE.

里若瑟英文書院

Sing Yeuk-sut Ying-mun Shu-yum.

9 CAINE ROAD.

Rev. Brother Bernard, director, assisted

by six brothers

WEST POINT REFORMATORY,

西營盤養止院

Si ying-poon-young-ching-yuen.

Director-Brother Leo

Assistant--Brother Benedict

Do.

-Brother Peter

Number of boys, 88.

Clubs, Societies, Institutions, &c.

HONGKONG Club,

新公司

San kung sz.

*

Committee Hon. W. Keswick, Hon. P. Ryrie, W. S. Young, W. K. Hughes,

Dr. R. Young, A. Coxon, J. Grant, W. M. Deane, W. Hynes, W. H. Ray, J. B. Coughtrie Secretary-Edward Beart

HONGKONG-CLUBS, &c.

197

CLUB GERMANIA, WYNDHAM STREET. 大普國公司

Ti-po-kwok-kung- sz.

Committee-H. Hoppius, F. Grobien, B.

Schmacker, G. Wieler, Th. Bieber

Secretary-F. Panizza

LUSITANO CLUB, SHELLEY STREET. President J. A dos Remedios Secretary-J. P. da Costa Treasurer-C. Danenberg

Trustees F. J. V. Jorge, J. L. de S. Alves Clerk-T. da Cruz

CATHOLIC CERCLE. Corner of Wellington Street and Pottinger Street.

President-A. da Silveira

Secretary-F. M. Franco

Treasurer-V. Alonço

Chaplain-Father G. Burghignoli Clerk and Librarian-J. Antonio Director of Music-R. Pinto

PARSEE CHURCH OR CLUB HOUSE. No. 11, Shelley Street.

Trustees D. Ruttunjee, H. C. Setina, D. M. Mehta, and F. H. Arjànee (Hon. Sec.)

VICTORIA CLUB, WYNDHAM STREET. Committe-R. Fraser-Smith (president),

Jas. E. Beale, A. Algar, W. Brewer

         BIBLIOTHECA LUSITANA. President-F. C. P. Silveira Secretary J. P da Costa Treasurer--M. A. Carvalho

Librarians-L. F. de Carvalho, J. L. S.

Alves

Revisores J. M. Guedes, Jr., J. M. dos

Remedios

Clerk-F. J. da Silveira

HONGKONG HUMANE SOCIETY. Committee--Hon. P. Ryrie, L. Mallory, Jas. Sampson, A. Wohlters, Dr. Stock- well, P. H. Emanuel, F. W. Barff, N. J. Ede, J. Cook President-Hon. P. Ryrie General Superintendent-L. Mallory Foreman, East Station-L. Mallory

do. Central do. -Jas. Sampson do. West do. -A. Wohlters Hon. Sec.-P. H. Emanuel Hon. Treasurer-F. W. Barff Hon. Surgeon-Dr. Stockwell

STATIONS.

Head Quarters-Daddell Street

East-Hongkong Pier and Godown

Central-Douglas Wharf

West-Sailors' Home

集牌館

Chop-wue-kwoon.

HONGKONG TEMPERANCE HALL,

FLETCHER'S Buildings, Queen's Road. Committee H. E. Braddon, W. Wilson, D. E. Crawford, H. W. Davis, G. R. Lammert

Hon. Treasurer-H. W. Davis Hon. Secretary-D. R. Crawford Manager-E. Shulibeer

INDEPENDEnt Order of Good TEMPLARS.

Working under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of England.

(Fletcher's Buildings, Queen's Road East.)

Hongkong Lodge, Naval District No. 1,

Thursday evenings 7 o'clock

Victoria Lodge, No. 3, Tuesday evenings

7 o'clock

HONGKONG CRICKET CLub.

香港打波公司

Heung kong tr-po-kung-sz.

President-H. B. Gibb

Committee-W. M. Deane, A. Coxon, S. M. Munro, W. II. F. Darby, L. B. Friend, R.E., J. A. Bennett, 27th Regt. Hon. Sec. and Treasurer-W. Hynes

HONGKONG YACHT CLUB. Committee W. H. Forbes (Commodore), J. McLeo (Vice-commodore), C. F. Nuun, E. Beart (Hon. Sec. and Trea- surer)

VICTORIA RECREATION CLUB. President--H. E. the Governor Committee-T. Jackson (chairman), H. E

Wodehouse, E. Beart, W. Hynes, C.

Clonth, W. von Bobers, E. L. Woodin.

Hon. Sec. & Treasurer-L. B. Friend

HONGKONG CHORAL SOCIETY.

香港唱詩會

Heung kong Cherng-shee-wui.

Meets in the Drawing Room, City Hall.

President--Lieut.-Col. L. F. Hall, R.A.

Hon. Treasurer-R. Lyall

Hon. Secretary-W. Wheeler

Committee-T. G. Williamson, J. Noble,

E. F. Alford

198

HONGKONG-MASONIC LODGES,

AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. Committee A. Coxon, Hon. J. M. Price, J. McLeod, J. B. Coughtrie, W. S. Young

Hon. Sec. and Treasurer-G. R. Wingrove

CITY HALL.

大會堂

Ti Ui-tong.

Committee-Hon. W. Keswick, chairman; Hon. P. Ryrie, vice-chairman; Hon. H. Lowcock, Hon. F. Snowden, Hon.

W. H. Marsh, F. D. Sassoon, W. H.

Forbes, D. Ruttunjee, H. Hoppius

Sec., Lib., & Curator-H. L. Dennys

Chinese Clerk-Lau-a-yau

SAILORS' HOME.

西營盤水手館

Sai-ying poon-shui-shou kwoon. WEST POINT.

Trustees-Hon. W. Keswick, W. H.

Forbes, H. G. Thomsett, R.N.

Directors-H. Lowcock, H. L. Dalrymple,

A. McIver, H. B. Gibb, F. D. Sassoon, J. H. Scott

Chaplain--Rev. John Henderson Hon. Sec--H. G. Thomsett, R.N. Treasurers-Oriental Bank

Steward J. R. White

Assistant-J. Keller

HONGKONG GENERAL CHAMBER

OF COMMERCE.

ROOMS AND SECRETARY'S OFFICE, CITY HALL.

Chairman-Hon. W. Keswick Vice-Chairman-H. H. Nelson Committee-Hon. P. Ryrie, H. L. Dal- rymple, Chas. Kahn, E. R. Belilios, H. Hoppius, J. Arnhold, T. Jackson

Secretary-Ed. George

Masonic Lodges.

DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF HONGKONG.

雍仁會館

Yung-yan-wui kwoon.

D. G. M.-R. W. Bro. T. G. Linstead

D. D. G. M.-W. Bro. C. P. Chater

D.G. S. W.-W. Bro. H. A. Giles, Amoy D. G. J. W.-W. Bro. J. T. Chater

D. G. Chaplain-

D. G. Treasurer-W. Bro. H. Smith D. G. Registrar-W. Bro. W. M. B. Arthur D. G. Pres. B. G P.-W. Bro. A. G. Morris D. G. Secretary-Bro. A. F. dos Remedios

D. G. S. D.--Wor. Bro. W. M. Deane D.G. J. D.-W. Bro. W. C. Howard, Amoy D. G. Sup. of Works-Bro. W. Danby D. G. D. of Cere.-Wor. Bro. E. C. Ray D. G. A D. C.-W Br. A. W. Bain, Amoy D. G. S. B.-Wor. Bro. G. May D. G. Organist-Bro. F. Panizza D. G. Pursuivant-W. Bro.H. L. Dennys D. G. Ast. do.-Wor. Bro. M. S. Tonnochy D. G. Steward--Bro. A. Cheyne

D. G. do.

D. G.

do.

-Bro.P. A. da Costa -Bro. J. A. Mosely

D. G.

do.

D. G.

do.

Bro. R. D. Starkey

Bro.P. B. C. Ayres, M.D.

D. G. BOARD OF GENERAL PURPOSES. Official Members R. W. D. G. Master, D. D. G. Master, D. G. Wardens, D. G.

Registrar, D. G. President B.G.P., D. G.

Secretary; W. Bros. W. M. Deane and H. L. Denny's

VICTORIA PRECEPTORY.

E. Preceptor-E. Sir Kt. Arthur Cheyne Constable-Sir Knight E. C. Ray Marshal-Sir Knight H. L. Dennys Chaplain-Sir Knight L. Mallory Treasurer-Sir Knight W. M. Deane Registrar-Sir Knight R. D. Starkey Sub-Marshal-Sir Knight J. S. Cox Captain of the Guard-H. Smith

VICTORIA CHAPTER, No. 525.. E.C. M. . Z.-J. S. Cox

H. Comp. J. T. Chater J. Comp. W. M. Deane Scribe E-Comp. J. Parker

do. N.-Comp. J. Mosely P. S.-Comp. J. Keating

1st. Asst. S.-Comp. W. S. Adnams 2nd Asst. S.-Comp. G. Orley Treasurer-Comp. F. W. Heuermann Janitor-Comp. J. R. Grimble

CATHAY CHAPTER, No. 1 165, M. E. Z.--Comp. J. T. Chater H.-Comp. E. C. Ray J. Comp. J. C. Hughes Scribe E-Comp. A. Seth Scribe N.-Comp. A. Cheyne P. 8-Comp. H. Smith

1st Asst. S.-Comp. J. A. Mosely 2nd Asst. S.-Comp. R. D. Starkey Treasurer-Comp. F. Grobien Organist--Comp. W. Danby

Stewards-Comp. H. L. Dennys, H. Z. Just Janitor-Comp. J. R. Grimable

ZETLAND LODGE, No. 525, late 768., E.C. Worshipful Master--M. S. Tonnochy

Senior Warden-D. Sayle

HONGKONG-ECCLESIASTICAL.

Junior Warden-C. L. Gorham Chaplain

    Treasurer-E. Herbst Secretary-S. R. Neate

    Senior Deacon-P. H. Emanuel Junior Deacon-T. Grey Inner Guard -J. Corcoran Director of Ceremonies---G. Coan Tyler-J. R. Grimble

THE ST. MARY MAGDALENE CHAPTER OF SOVEREIGN PRINCES, ROSE CROIX OF H.R.D.M.

M. W. Sovereign-J. T. Chater High Prelate-E. C. Ray

First General-W. K. Hughes

Second General-J. S. Cox

Grand Marshal-H. L. Dennys Kaphael-A. Cheyne

   Captain of the Guard-W. M. Deane Treasurer--H. Smith

Recorder-W. Wheeler

     Almoner-D. G llies Organist---W. Danby Chamberlain-R. D. Starkey

     VICTORIA LODGE, No. 1026., E.C. Worshipful Master-H. Smith Senior Warden~T. D. C. Parker Junior

do. R. D. Starkey

Treasurer-F. Machado

Secretary-C. Wagner

Senior Deacou-R. H. Cook Junior do. W. K. Hughes Organist-E. Cope

Inner Guard--H. M. Bevis Director of Ceremonies-G. W. Butt Steward-A. B. Marshall Tyler-J. R. Grimble

     PERSEVERANCE LODGE, No. 1165., E.C. Worshipful Master-H. L. Dennys Senior Warden-J. A. Moseley Junior Warden-W. H. R. Mcssop Hon. Treasurer-F. Grobien

Hon. Secretary-

    Senior Deacon-P. B. C. Ayres Junior Deacon-H. Z. Just Oryanist R. Schonberger Inner Guard-F. Panizza

Director of Ceremonies--T. J. Rose Steward G. R. Wingrove Tyler--J. R. Grimble

UNITED SERVICE LODGE, NO. 1341., E.C. Worshipful Master-G. May

Senior Warden-W. H. Addiscott

Junior Warden-S. Comben Treasurer-W. Adnams Secretary S. W. Phillips Senior Deacon-J. Windrum Junior Deacon-D. Toomey Director of Ceremonies-G. Rae Steward-C. Wassenius Inner Guard-J. Cleaver Tyler-J. R. Grimble

199

ST. JOHN'S LODGE, No. 618, S.C. Right Worshipful Master-T. N. Driscoll Worshipful Senior Warden-J. Keating Worshipful Junior Warden -J. B. Cameron Hon. Treasurer-J. Cradock Hon. Secretary-J. Sampson Senior Deacon-J. Christy

Junior Deacon-T. M. Leatherbarrow Director of Ceremonies--F. W. G. von

Stockhausen

Inner Guard-A. Vanstone

Steward-A. Wohlters

Tyler-J. Hoppius

Churches, Missions, &c.

ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL.

大禮拜堂

Tay-lye-pai-tong.

Bishop of the Diocese-Right Rev. J. S.

Burdon, D.D.

Archdeacon of Hongkong-Venerable J.

H. Gray, M.A.

Colonial Chaplain--

Registrar of the Diocese-Edmund Sharp Organist-C. F. A. Sangster

Verger and Sexton-G. Saunders Trustees-The Colonial Chaplain, chair- mau ex officio; Hon. Geo. Phillippo, Hon. H. B. Gibb, W. M. Deane, A. Lister, A. P. MacEwen, E. Sharp Hon. Sec. & Treasurer-E. Sharp Auditors-Hon. M. S. Tonnochy, H. Smith

UNION CHURCH.

STAUNTON STREET.

大石柱禮拜堂

Tai-shek-ch'u Lye-pai-tong.

Minister-Rev. J. Chalmers, L.L.D.

Trustees-Rev. Dr. Legge, G. Sharp, D. R. Crawford, H. W. Davis, and three others in England, representing the London Missionary Society

Secretary to Committee of Management-

Alexander Falconer

Treasurer-J. G. Smith, to whom applica-

tions for sittings may be made Services-Sunday 11 a.m., and 6 p.m.

Friday, 5.30 p.m.

HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

:200

傳福音會

Ch'ün-fuk-yam-ui.

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. A. B. Hutchinson (absent)

Rev. J. Grundy, C. M. House, West Point

BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.

CORRESPONDING COMMITTEE.

Hon. Treasurer-H. W. Davis Hon. Sec.-Rev. J. Grundy

RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY,

CORRESPONDING COMMITTEE.

Hon. Treasurer--H. W. Davis Hon. Sec.-Rev. R. Lechler

聖士提反禮拜堂

Shing Sz-tai-fan Lai-pai-tong.

ST. STEPHEN'S MISSION CHURCH.

Native Minister-Rev. Lo Sam Yuen

Church Missionary-Rev. A. B. Hutchinson

do.

(absent)

-Rev. J. Grundy

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY TRAINING

INSTITUTION.

Garden Road, West P. int.

Rev. A. B. Hutchinson (absent)

Rev. John Grundy

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

WELLINGTON AND POTTINGER STREETS.

羅瑪天主教堂

Lo-ma-tion chu-knu-t'ong.

Vicar Apostolic-Right Rev. T. John Raimondi, D.D., Bishop of Acantho

Pro-Vicar Apostolic-Very Rev. G. Bur-

ghignoli

Missionaries-Rev. B. Vigano, Rev. A. Piazzo i, A. Sasso, Rev. L. Reidnaar, J. Anyer, J. Freinademetz

Native Priests-- Revs. M. Leang, A. Leang,

S. Chu, J. Leang, M. Fou Organist.-R. Pinto

DOMINICAN PROCURATION FOR MISSIONS 10, AINE ROAD.

Procurator-Rev. F. Fernando Sainz Vice Procurator-Rev. E. Torres

ASILE DE LA SAINTE ENFANCE. QUEEN'S ROAD EAST.

Soeur Paul de la Croix, supérieure

Sœurs Benoit Joseph, Ste. Agnes, François

de Borgia, St. Antonie, Agathe

FOUNDLING HOSPITAL,

No. 1, HIGH STREET (WEST.) 西營盤育嬰堂

Sy-ying-poon-yuk-ying-t'ong.

BERLIN LADIES ASSOCIATION.

Superintendent-Pastor E. Klitzke

Miss Louise Brandt

Misc

Süss

Miss Janny Schröder

西營盤客家禮拜堂

Sy-ying-poon hak-ka-lai-pai tong. BASIL MISSIONARY, SOCIETY.

Rev. R. Lechler (Hongkong)

Rev. C. G. Reusch do.

Rev. H. Bender (Chongtshun)

Rev. R. Ott (Fuchukphai)

Rev. J. Loercher (absent)

Rev. M. Schaub

Rev. P. Kammerer

(Lilong) do.

Rev. G. Morgenroth do.

do.

Rev. G. A. Gussmann (Nyenhangli)

Rev. C. P. Piton

Rev. H. Ziegler

Rev. D. Schaible

do.

do.

倫敦傳教會

Lun-fun-chin-kau ui.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY,

STAUNTON AND ABERDEEN STREETS.

Rev. John Chalmers, M.A., LL.D. Miss Rowe

Miss Jackson

FRENCH PROCURATION OF THE MISSION ETRANGERES DE PARIS.

STAUNTON STREET.

傳教堂

Chun-kau-tong.

Rev. E. Lemonnier, procureur général Rev. N. Couvreur, vice-procureur

SANATORIUM DES MISSIONS ETRANGERES AT POKFULUM.

Rev. C. E. Patriat, superior

Public Companies.

PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY.

鐵行火船公司

Tit-hong-fo-shun-kung-sze.

Superintendent-A. McIver

E. L. Woodin

Clerks

D. de Russett

H. A. Ritchie

E. P. Campos

HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

201

L. P. Campos

E. Sapoorjee

J. Webster

Purser's and Store department-W. Vinton

Piermaster-J. A. Ahlmann

Office Gunner-J. Lebury

STEAMER " CHINA."

CommanderThos. Alderton Chief Officer-F. H. Seymour Second Officer-J. B. Harris Third Officer---A, E. Birt Fourth Officer--H. C. Weston Surgean-A. S. Deane Carpenter J. McLeod Boatswain-E. Davidge Chief Engineer-D. Gillespie Second Engineer-H. Miller Third Engineer-S. Josephs Fourth Engineer-F. Cooper Boilermaker-W. Veal Steward in charge-S. Witt

Second Steward and Storekeeper-E. A.

Fairchild

STEAMER "MALACCA."

    Commander-W. A. Seaton, R.N.R. Acting Chief Officer-A. B. Curtis Acting Second Officer-C. L. Denny Acting Third Officer-Thos. Bethom Surgeon T. Barclay, M.D. Chief Engineer-G. Inglis Second Engineer--W. Erdman Third Engineer-Jas. Herdmann Fourth Engineer-John McNicoll Steward in charge-M. E. Gregory Storekeeper-J. Chantler

STEAMER "Sunda."

Commander-J Reeves Chief Officer--Geo. Langborne Second Officer-A. Curtis Third Officer-F. Thornbury Fourth Officer-G. E. Bridge Surgeon-T. B. Barton Chief Engineer-H. Hausmett Second Engineer-P. C. Bryant

Third Engineer-P. Donald

Fourth Engineer-F. Elgar

佛蘭西火船公司

Fut-lan-sai-fo-shun-koong-sze.

COMPAGNIE DES MESSAGERIES

MARITIMES.

PAQUEBOTS POSTE FRANCAIS.

PRAYA CENTRAL.

Agent--G. de Champeaux

Assistants-L. Hennequin

Julien Le Glay

J. F. Tavares C. Corveth

L. Collago C. C. Corveth

Storekeeper-P. Barros

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

OFFICE, PRAYA CENTRAL. Agents-Russell & Co.

AGENTS.

Yokohama F. E. Foster, general ag t

for China and Japan

Singapore-Gilfillan, Wood & Co. Batavia-Dummler & Co.

Calcutta-Whitney Bros. & Co.

OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL

STEAMSHIP COMPANY,

Agent-G. B. Emory

Clerks-H. M. Blanchard

A. M. R. Pereira

C. J. Ferreira

AGENTS.

Yokohama-A. Center

Singapore-Gilfillan, Wood & Co. Batavia-Dummler & Co.

Calcutta-Whitney Brothers & Co.

MITSU BISHI MAIL STEAMSHI

COMPANY.

M. Honda H. J. H. Tripp

} agents

OCEAN STEAM SHIP COMPANY.

Butterfield & Swire, agents

CHINA NAVIGATION CO., LIMITED

Butterfield & Swire, agents

STEAMER " ICHANG."

Captain-J. Ogston

Chief Officer- R. Crawford

Chief Engineer-J. Christie

Second Engineer- T. McCracken

Purser-L. Grill

EASTERN & AUSTRALIAN MAIL

STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED,

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents

AUSTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIGA.

TION COMPANY.

Geo. R. Stevens & Co., agents

R. RUBATTINO & CO.'S ITALIAN

MAIL STEAMERS.

Carlowitz & Co., agents

202

HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN LLOYDS' STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

Melchers & Co., agents

CHINA MERCHANTS' STEAM

NAVIGATION CO.

22 AND 23, PRAYA WEST,

Cheong Luk U, manager

省港澳火船公司

Shang-kong-o-fo-shun-kung-sze.

HONGKONG, CANTON & MACAO

STEAM-BOAT COMPANY,

LIMITED.

Directors.

Hon. W. Keswick, chairman, E. R. Be-

lilios, W. Reiners, A. McIver

Secretary-P. A. da Costa Clerk-J. A. Cordeiro

Agents at Canton-Deacon & Co.

do. at Macao-A. A. de Mello & Co.

RIVER STEAMERS,

"KIUKIANG."

Captain-T T. Benning First Oficer-G. B. Lefavour Chief Engineer-F. Harrold 2 d

do.

-0. Jackson

Purser-D. A. d'Eça

"KINSHAN."

Captain-A. G. Cary

First Officer-E. A. Pugh

Chief Engineer-J. H. Chesney

2nd

do.

T. Rankine

Purser A. A. da Rocha Assist. do. B. d'Aquino "POWAN."

    Captain-A. H. Benning Chief Officer-W. E. Clark Chief Engineer-R. P. R y 2nd do. -J. D. Wood Second Officer-J. Lawrance Purser A. d'Azevedo

"WHITE CLOUD."

Captain--J. P. Hoyland Chief Officer-M. J. Nunes, Jr. Chief Engineer -D. Murphy 2nd. do.

Purser M. J. Nunes, Jr.

"SPARK." (laid up in Hongkong).

In Charge-J. da Costa

WHARFINGERS.

Hongkong-J. d'Almeida Macao V. Nogueira Canton-Chop Dollar

HONGKONG AND CHINA GAS COMPANY, LIMITED.

WEST POINT.

煤氣公司

Mui-hi-kung-sze.

Manager A. Newton

Sub-Manager-Thomas D. C. Parker

Clerks--V. Alonço

J. Alonço, Junr.

Foreman of Works-W. S. Bamsey

Foreman Fitting Depart.-E. D. Sapey

東部洲及澳斯利亞電報公司

Tung-po-chau-kup-o-sz-li-á-tin-po-kung-sz. EASTERN EXTENSION, AUSTRA- LASIA, AND CHINA TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.

OFFICE, MARINE HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD CHIEF OFFICE, 66, OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON, E.C.

Superintendent J. Enston Squier

J. A. Gott, chief clerk

C. H. Wilson

Kenneth A. Stevens

H. E. Angier

F. A. dos Remedios, Jr.

E. A. dos Remedios

電線行

Tien-sin-hong.

GREAT NORTHERN TELEGRAPH COMPANY.

OFFICE, MARINE HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD. General Agent in China and Japan-George

J. Helland (Shanghai)

Superintendent-A. Suenson

V. H. Hansen, electrician W. Manson

J. Silva

H. Lubeck

F. Carvalho

R. Q. da Costa

F. N. Mendez

REUTER'S TELEGRAM COMPANY,

LIMITED.

E. George, agent

HONGKONG-INSURANCES.

203*

香港黃埔澳公司

Hong-kong-wong-po-shun-o-kung-sze.

HONGKONG AND WHAMPOÀ DOCK COMPANY, LIMITED.

HEAD OFFICE-CLUB CHAMBERS, D'AGUILAR STREET, HONGKONG. Directors-Hon. W. Keswick, chairman, A. McIver, vice-chairman, H. Hoppius, C. D. Bottomley, G. B. Emory Secretary-D. Gillies

Accountant-R. Fraser-Smith Book-keeper-M. de Souza Clerk-M. A. de Souza

Supt. Engineer in Harbour--A. G. Aitken

       ABERDEEN ESTABLISHMENT. Superintendent H. Smith

Clerks J. M. de Jesus, J. J. de Jesus Engineer's apprentices-A. Miranda

do. do.

Add

-C. da Sá

-C. da Silva

       KOWLOON ESTABLISHMENT. Superintendent-J. G. Liddell

Chief Engineers-R. M. Robertson, W.

Crocker

   Foreman Boilermaker-W. Shirkey Shipwrights-A. Young, Carl Lange, J.

McCondach

Clerks J. V. de Jesus, A. M. Paes, M. A.

Gomes

PATENT SLIP ESTABLISHMENT.

Superintendent-R. Cooke

Clerk-J. A. Remedios

STEAM TUG "FAME."

117 tons, 110 Horse Power nominal.

Captain A. Stopani

STEAM TUG "PILOT FISH."

Captain-A. Stopani

NEWCASTLE COAL MINING COM-

PANY, LIMITED.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents

香港客店公司

Hong-kong-hak-tim-kung-sze.

HONGKONG HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED.

Directors-E. R. Belilios (chairman), W. R. Landstein, F. Grobien, H. Hoppius Secretary-Louis Hauschild

CHINA SUGAR REFINING COM-

PANY, LIMITED.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., general agents

HONGKONG AND CHINA BAKERY COMPANY, LIMITED.

General Managers-Lane, Crawford & Co.

Insurances.

Adamson, Bell & Co., agents-

Merchants' Marine Insurance Co.,

Limited, of London

South Australian Insurance Co.,

Limited, of Adelaide

Mercantile Marine Insurance Co.,

of South Australia

Pacific Fire and Marine Insurance.

Co., of Sydney

Australian Alliance Assurance Co.. Staffordshire Fire Insurance Co.

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., agents---

Lancashire Insurance Company, Fire-

and Life

Java Sea & Fire Insurance Company National Marine Insurance Company

of South Australia

New York Board of Underwriters Record of American and Foreign

Shipping

Birley & Co., agents--

Union Marine Insurance Company,.

Limited, Liverpool

Guardian Fire Assurance Company

of London

Norwich Union Fire Insurance So-

ciety, England

Borneo Company Limited, agents-

Commercial Union Assurance Com--

pany, Fire Branch

Butterfield & Swire, agents-

British and Foreign Marine Insur

ance Company, Limited

Royal Exchange Assurance Corpora

tion of London

London and Lancashire Fire Insur

rance Company

Carlowitz & Co., agents-

Allgemeine Versicherungs Gesell- schaft für See, Fluss, und Land- transport, in Dresden Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance

Company

HONGKONG-INSURANCES.

204

中華火燭保險行

Chung-wa-fo-chuk po-him hong. [股份备件自班]

China Fire Insurance Company, Limited,

Office- 39, Queen's Road Directors-Hon. H. B. Gibb, chairman, Hon. P. Ryrie, H. Hoppius, A. McIver, W. H. Forbes, H. L. Dalrymple Secretary-J. B. Coughtrie Assistants-A. J. Lewis, A. O. Guttierrez Agents.

Canton,

Swatow,

Amoy,

Messrs. Deacon & Co.

>>

Bradley & Co.

Elles & Co.

""

Shanghai, Kiukiang,

37

Hankow,

57

Chefoo, Nagasaki,

""

Messrs. Smith, Bell & Co.

Cebu,

Chefoo,

33

Colombo,

Foochow, Galle, Hamburg, Hankow,

22

**

23

>"

Fergusson & Co. Delmege, Kid & Co. Adamson, Bell & Co. Delmege, Reid & Co. Emil F. Mever & Co.

Evans, Pugh & Co.

Hiogo, E. B. Watson, Esq. Iloilo, Messrs. Smith, Bell & Co. Kiukiang, R. Anderson & Co. Kurrachee, T. L. F. Beaumont, Esq. London, C. Morland Kerr, Esq. Manila, Messrs. Smith, Bell & Co. Nagasaki, Newchwang,

>>

"}

**

Holme, Ringer & Co. Knight, Bandinel & Co. Coit & Co.

Sandilands, Buttery & Co. F. Engler & Co.

Ningpo,

"

Penang,

Saigon,

Samarang,

MeNeill & Co.

San Francisco,,

Degener & Co.

Shanghai,

Melchers & Co.

27

Singapore,

Guthrie & Co.

33

Sourabaya,

37

Fraver, Eaton & Co.

Swatow,

Dircks & Co.

>>

Foochow, H. P. Tennant, Esq.

Ningpo, Messrs. Davidson & Co.

Yokohama,

*

33

17

Hiogo,

Saigon,

Singapore,

**

Penang,

}}

Manila,

Gibb, Livingston & Co. Robt. Anderson & Co. Gibb, Livingston & Co. Fergusson & Co. Alt & Co.

Mourilyan, Heimann

& Co.

Browne & Co.

W. G. Hale & Co.

Gilfillan, Wood & Co.

A. A. Anthony & Co.

Peele, Hubbell & Co.

中外衆國保險公司

Chung-ngoi-chung-kwok-po him-kung-sze.

China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited, 48, Queen's Road

Directors--H. H. Nelson (chairman), A.

Melver, J. Arnhold, E. E. Sassoon, C. Erdmann

Secretary-W. H Ray

Clerks B. Goldsmith, A. S. Garfit, O. A.

da Cruz

Agents for London and Provincial

Marine Insurance Co.

The Chinese Insurance Company, Limited Directors-W. Reiners, E. R. B-lilios, T. G. Williamson, Geo. O. Scott, Lee Tuck Cheong, Fung Tang Secretary-J. Bradlee Smith Clerks

A. O' D. Gourdin, F. de S. Bote- ho, L. B. Sequeira

Agents.

Amoy, Messrs. H. A. Petersen & Co.

Windsor, Redlich & Co. The Borneo Co., Limited. Sir Charles Forbes & Co. Ernsthausen & Oesterley

Bangkok,

"}

Batavia,

"">

Bombay,

Calcutto,

**

Canton, E. A. Raven, Esq.

Takao & Taiwan,, Bovd & Co.

Tamsun

Tientsin,

Boyd & Co.

Hatch & Co.

Wladivostock, Geo. Albers, Esq. Yokohama, E. B. Watson, Esq.

Davis & Co., agents--

Universal Life Assurance Society

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents-

Imperial Fire Insurance Company Reliance Marine Insurance Company Forbes & Co.'s Constituents' Insur-

ance Company

Bombay Insurance Company Eastern Marine Insurance Company Commercial Union Assurance Com-

pany (Life department)

Gilman & Co., agents--

Lloyds'

North British and Mercantile Fire

Insurance Company

Universal Marine Insurance Com-

pany of London, Limited Liverpool Underwriters' Association Merchants Shipping and Under-

writers' Association of Melbourne Underwriters' Union of Amsterdam Ocean Marine Insurance Co.

"Italia," Societa d'Assicurazoni

Marittime Fluviati e Terrestri, Genova

Royal Exchange Assurance

HONGKONG-INSURANCES.

205

Meyer & Co., a:ents-

Comité des Assureurs, Paris Union Malonine et Servannaise, St.

Malo

Compagnia Assicurazione Generali

in Triest

Grossmann & Co., agents-

Berlin-Cologne Fire Insurance Joint

Stock Company in Berlin.

Holliday, Wise & Co., agents-

Manchester Fire Insurance Company London Assurance Corporation Fire,

Marine, and Life

Thames and Mersey Marine In- surance Company, Limited

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents-

Hongkong Fire Insurance Co., Ltd. Canton Insurance Office Triton Insurance Company

Alliance Marine Assurance Office Alliance Fire Assurance Office

Lapraik & Co., Douglas, agents-

Phoenix Fire Insurance Company

Liverpool and London and Globe In-

surance Company

Linstead & Co., agents-

Sun Fire Insurance Company

Standard Life Assurance Company

Boston Board of Marine Underwriters

MeIver, A., (P. & O. S. N. Co.), agent-

Marine Insurance Company

Melchers & Co., agents-

Austrian Insurance Co., "Donau" of

Vienna

North German Fire Insurance Com-

pany, Hamburg

Royal Insurance Co., Fire and Life

La Neuchateloise Société Suisse

d'Assurance of Neuchatel

Scottish Imperial Insurance Com-

pany, Fire and Life

Swiss Llord Transport Insurance

Company, of Winterthur

Mody & Co., N., agents-

Bombay Mody Insurance Company

Musso & Co., D., agents

Cassa Marittima di Napoli

Mutua Sorrentina Association

Registro Italiano

那千拿公司

No-chin-na-kung-sze.

North China Insurance Company, Queen's

Road

J. Kennard Davis, agent (absent)

Regin ld D. Starkey, acting agent

W. H. Percival

A. F. J. Soares

J. M. de Castro Bastos

Agents for Commercial Union As- surance Co., (marine department)

Norton & Co., agents-

Queen Fire Insurance Company of

Liverpool

Nott, W., agent---

San Francisco Board of Underwriters

香港安保險有限公司 On Tai Po Fim You han Kung-sz.

On Tai Insurance Company, Limited,

Head Office, 8 & 9, Praya West

Directors-Lee Sing, Kwok Acheong, Lo Yeok Moon, Hà (hat Shang, Tsui Lai Shang, Cha Ubick Tung, Lee Yat Low, Ng Man Kwan, Ching Sing Yong, Chan Tsze Tan Manager-Ho Amei

Agents.

Won Ün Yu. Kob Ma Wah & Co.

Amoy

Bangkok

Transport Versicherungs Gesellschaft

"Schweiz" in Zürich

Batavia

Thio Taun Siat.

Bombay

Huet Hing Cheong.

Basler Transport Versicherungs Ge-

sellschaft

Calcutta

Song Mob & Co.

Callao

Algemeine Versicherungs Gesell-

Canton

scheft, Helvetia

Chefoo

Rhenania Versicherungs Actien Ge-

sellschaft in Köln

Germanic Lloyds', Berlin

Cholen, Saigon

Cooktown..

Wing On-cheong. Poo Yuen Ching Chan. Chan U Ting,-C. M.

S. N. Co.

Tan Keng Ho.

Kwong Yee Yuen.

206

Foochow

Haiphong..

Hankow

Hothow...

Honolulu

Hiogo (Japan)

Kiukiang

Manila..

Melbourne

Nagasaki (Japan).

Newchwang

Ningpo

Pakhoi.

l'enang

San Francisco..

-Shanghai

Singapore..

-Swatow

Sydney.

HONGKONG-INSURANCES.

Kaw Hong Take & Co-

Lui Yuek Chee,-Kwan

Kee.

Cheong Fat Yuen.

Kwong Lee Yuen.

Wong Kwai.

Kwong Yu Lung. Tong Shing Kwan.

Domingo Ayala Vy

Quince.

Lowé Kong Meng. Kwong Yü Lang.

Lú 'U Hing.

Yuen Shang Cheong. Ching Tai. Foo Tye Sin.

Lai Hing Lung & Co. .Cheong Fat Yuen. ..Lim Tiang Wah.

Taiwan & Takao...Mei Kee Hong.

Chung Kim Hing.

Yee Shang Lung.

Tientsin

Cheong Fat Yuen.

Turon

Wing On Hong.

Victoria, Vancou-

ver's Island

....Sun Yee Chan.

Yokohama

.Chan Yuek Chee.

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association of

Shanghai

Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Co.

Sauder & Co., agents-

Hamburg-Magdeburg Fire Insurance

Company

Schellhass & Co., Ed., agents-

Bremen Underwriters

Transatlantic

Marine

Insurance

Company, Limited, Berlin Hanseatic Fire Insurance Company,

Hamburg

Magdeburg General Insurance Com-

pany, Limited, Magdeburg Guernsey Mutual Insurance Society,

for Shipping

Providentia Insurance Co., Frankfort Lübeck Fire Insurance Co., Lübeck Consolidated Marine Insurance Com-

panies

常安火燭保險有限公司

Sheong On Fo-chuk Po Him Yau-h in Kung-sz.

Sheong On Fire Insurance Company, Li-

mited, Office, 48, Bonham Strand

Directors-Kwong Acheong, Cheang Sing Yeong, Pang Yim, Lee Yuk Hang, Lee Yat Low Manager-Ho Amei

Siemssen & Co., agents-

The Second Colonial Sea and Fire

Insurance Company, of Batavia Globe Marine Insurance Company of

London, Limited

The Transatlantic Fire Insurance

Company of Hamburg

The Union of Hamburg Underwriters Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Samarang

The Dusseldorf Universal Marine In- surance Company, Limited, Dus- seldorf

German Lloyd Marine Insurance

Company, Limited, Berlin

Turner & Co., agents--

Netherlands India Sea and Fire In-

surance Company

Northern Assurance Company, Fire

and Life

於仁洋面保安行

Yu-yan-yun:1-min-po-on-hong.

Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ped-

dar's Wharf

Secretary-N. J. Ede

Clerks-A. da Silveira

F. dos Remedios

M. de Souza

V. de Souza

Agents for the Home and Colonial

Marine Insurance Co., Limited

Vogel & Co., agents-

Standard Fire Insurance Company,

London

Wilson & Bird, surveyors-

Commercial Union Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Company

Netherlands India Sea and Fire

Insurance Company

Queen Fire Insurance Company Royal Insurance Company

China Fire Insurance Company

Manchester Fire Insurance Company

London Assurance Corporation

Banks.

Agra Bank, Limited

HONGKONG-BANKS.

Gilman & Co., agents, Hongkong

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, Calcutta, Akyah, Rangoon, Singapore, Penang, Manila Batavia, Sourabaya, and Shanghai

E. G. Moberly, manager James West, accountant A. C. Marshall, sub-accountant James Hay

L. d'A. Roza J. M. Rozario

J. A. Barretto

I. A. d'Almeida

J. Figueiredo

+

Remedios

do.

M. W. Boyd, manager (Shanghai) R. S. Smith, accountant do.

J. Fowler, sub-accountant do.

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris

at Russell & Co.'s Office

E. Schwebl.n, acting agent

Deutsche National Bank at Bremen

Melchers & Co., agents

First National Bank of Tokio

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, agents

香港上海銀行

Hong-kong Shang-hai Ngan-hong.

207

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-

poration, No. 1, Queen's Road

Draws on the London and County Bank, and on its own Branches and Agencies in London, Shanghai, Yokohama, Hiogo, Bombay, Calcutta, Singapore, Bangkok, Saigon, Manila, Foochow, Amoy, Ewa- tow, Ningpo, Hankow, San Francisco, Melbourne, Sydney, &c.

Thomas Jackson, chief manager J. M. Grigor, acting sub-manager H. Smith, chief accountant A. E. Cope, sub-accountant J. D. Woodford

J. F. Broadbent

P. W. Mein,

agent, Manila

R. H. Cook

A.J.M. Inverarity, act. do.

do.

H. M. Bevis

A. C. MacBean,

do.

G. G. Robinson

L. Barretto

do.

G. W. Butt

G. Roeutsch

do.

G. M. Byres

有利銀行

Yow-le-ngan-hong.

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, Lon-

don, and China, Queen's Road

Draws on the Bank of England and the London Joint Stock Bank, London; and on Branches and Agencies at London, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Ceylon, Penang, Singapore, Batavia, Sourabaya, Shanghai, Yokohama, Foochow, Amoy, Manila, and Rangoon

H. H. Nelson, manager

J. Thurburn, agent for Foochow S. M. Munro, accountant

C. Cottell, sub do.

M. A. da Silva

E. Pereira

F. W. Barff

C. J. Gonsalves

A. Jorge

P. Jordan (absent)

N. L. de Souza

A. A. Gutierrez

V. A. P. Collaço A. F. Demée

E. D. Woodford

Ewen Cameron, manager (Shanghai) A. Veitch, act. sub-manager do. G. C. de St. Croix, actg.-acct. do. H. Moore

R. T. Permewan

R. Wilson

P. W. Anton

(absent) do.

do,

do.

ao.

David Jackson

do.

E. H. Oxley

do.

G. H. Townsend

do.

M. A. de Carvalho

do.

A. J. Diniz

do.

D. M. Guterres

do.

B. de Souza

do.

S. J. Rangel

do.

do,

R. Remedios

Leung Shiu Kong

J. A. Taylor, manager (Shanghai)

Geo. Wilson, acting account. do.

J. E. Rozario

do.

F. V. Sanches

do.

B. Ruttonjee

208

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

John Walter, manager (Yokohama)

(absent)

A. M. Townsend, act. manager do.

A, H. C. Haselwood, accountant do. E. J. Pereira

C. B. Rickett

do.

do.

do.

do.

A. H. Dare

do.

R. N St. John

do.

W. B. Thompson

do.

A. F. Gordo

do.

G. F. Gordo

Watanabe

A. Leith, agent

A. W. Maitland

John Morrison, agent

J. G. G. Creyk

do.

W. G. Greig, agent

(Hankow)

D. A. M. Gunn

do. (Calcutta)

E. Morriss, agent

(Foochow) do. (Hiogo)

  F. de Bovis, accountant (absent) do. G. R. Johnston, acting acct. do. G. G. Noble, agent

(Bombay)

J. P. Wale Gardner, act. account. do. A. B. Anderson

J. G. Hodgson, acting agent (Amoy) F. M. da Luz

do.

  D. McLean, manager (London) W. Kaye, sub manager do. C. J. Barnes, agent (Manila) (absent) H. Abendroth, acting agent (Manila) J. S. Edger

do.

W. H. Harries, agent (San Francisco) M. M. Tompkins, accountant do.

  F. W. Mitel 11, Jr., act. agent (Saigon) J. J. Wint, act. agent (Singapore) J. McNab, accountant

L. H. Balfour

do.

National Bank of India, Limited, Queen's

Road

Draws on the National Provincial Bank of England, & National Bank of Scotland; and on its Head Office, 39A, Thread- needle Street, London, also on the Branches at Bombay, Madras, Calcutta, and Shanghai

R. H. Sandeman, manager R. Horne Boyd, accountant

  G. R. Wingrove, assist. accountant L. C da Silva

D. Goularte

  C. E. Thomson, manager Shanghai A. M. Archibald, aet. accountant do. Geo. U. Price, assist. do.

Turner & Co., agents Foochow Turner & Co., do. Hankow Borneo Co., L., do. Singapore Boyd & Co.,

do. Amoy

do.

National Bank of Scotland

Borneo Company, Limited, agents

金寶銀行

Kam-po-ngan-hong.

Oriental Bank Corporatio, Queen's Road Draws on the Bank of England, Bank of Scotland, and Head Office, Thread- needle Street, London; au on Branches at Bombay, Calcut a, Ceylon, Ma- dras, Mauritius, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Shanghai, Yokohama, and Hiogo. The Corportion also issues circular notes and letters of credit, negotiable in all places of importance- throughout the world.

G. O. Scott, acting ma ager

Robert Innes, acting accountant H. Howard Taylor, assistant acct. Alex. Wemyss assist, ace!, & Cashier F. J. Barros

J. A. Ferrás L. F. Barretto L. J. Lopes

John Robertson, manager

(S'hai)

B H. Burns, acting accountant do. Sir Wm. Johnston, asst. act. & cash.do. John R. Haggitt, assist. acct.

P. M. de Carvalho

J. L. Pereira

do.

do.

do.

D. A. J. Crombie, acting agent (Y'ma) G. W. Thompson, acting acct. do.

G. W. F. Playfair ast. act. & cash. do. D. Fraser

E. Marques

do.

E. L. Reid, act. agent

do.

do.

(Hiogo)

R. T. Rohde, asst. accountant do.

Merchants, Professions, Trades, &c.

表巴刺謙

E-pa-la-him.

Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co., merchants

and commission agents, 12c and 15D

Gage Street

Dalabboy Hossungjee

Essal hoy Ebrahim

Isoofally Bhaimeea

Mahomedally Cumroodin

Abdoolkader M. Allibhoy (Canton).

Auverally Goolamhoosen (Shang-

hai)

Essofally Abdoolhoosen

do.

Abdoollutiff Abdoolally, broker, 7,

Wellington Street

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

209

Abdulcader Esmailjee, merchant, 24A,

鴉加行

Gage Street

Abdoolhoosen Sack Cumroodin, ma-

nager

亞担士

A-tam-se.

Adams & Stockwell, medical practitioners,

Forest Lodge, Caine Road

W. S. Adams, M.D., health officer of

the Port, and Medical inspector of Emigrants

Jas. Stockwell, L.R.C.P.E., L.R.C.S.E.

天祥

Teen-cheung.

Adamson, Bell & Co., merchants

F. H. Bell (absent)

C. Lyall Grant (Shanghai)

F. M. Youd

T. G. Williamson

A. A. Botelho

A. J. Correa

J. M. Botello

do.

亞利波行

A-la-bor.

Alabor, J., merchant and commission

agent, 4, Stanley Street

丫匣架

A-le-ko.

Algar & Co., house agents and rent col-

lectors, 9, Hollywood Road

Geo. Stainfield

鴉佛先生

A-fut-sin-sang.

Alford, R. G., surveyor, 16, Queen's Road

G. L. Tomlin, Jr., assistant

拈批亞刺愈行

Nim-pi-a-la-din-hong.

Alladinbhoy, Rahimbhoy, merchant, 16,

Hollywood Road

Rahimbhoy Alladinbhoy (Bombay) Cassumbhoy Chuttoo, manager

Fazel Meherally Rahimbhoy

Anton, James Ross, exchange broker, 2,

College Gardens

Ap-ka-hong.

Apear, A. M., merchant and commission

agent, 28, Hollywood Road

Armstrong, J. M., Government auc-

tioneer and commission agent, No. 8,

Queen's Road Central

J. M. Armstrong

V. dos Remedios

瑞記洋行

Sui-kee-geung-hong

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., merchants,

Praya

Jacob Arnhold

Peter Karberg (London)

L. Mendel (Shangbai) L. Poesnecker

J. Kramer (Canton)

P. Arnhold

C. Beurmann

J. Lamke

H. Müller (Canton)

W. Schrader

R. Martin

W. von Bobers

A. Milsom (Shanghai)

G. Sachan

E. da Cruz

L. de Britto

do.

Pun-tik.

Bendicht & Co., W., merchants and store-

keepers, 2, d'Aguilar Street

W. Bendicht

J. Martin (Marseilles)

庐厘剌士

Pi-li-la-see.

Belilios, E. R., merchant, Lyndhurst

Terrace

E. R. Belilios

A. N. Judah

N. J. Gomes

E. P. Sequeira

P. V. Rodrigues

Bhabha, S. B., ship-broker, Elgin Street

巴厘

Pa-lee.

Birley & Co., merchants, 29, Queen's Road

Arthur Smith (England)

Thomas Pyke

do.

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210

H. L. Dalrymple J. G. T. Hassell

A. B. da Roza

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

F. T. P. Foster J. F. da Roza M. M. da Roza

A. A. da Roza

K. D. Adams (Canton)

H. F. Dent

do

Geo. Hales (Foochow) (absent)

J. L. P. Sanderson do.

A. R. Blandy

北力乞

Pek-lik-het.

do.

Blackhead & Co., F., shipchandlers, auc-

tioneers, &c., Queen's Road Central

B. Schwarzkopf (absent)

J. H. Smith

F. Specht

D. S. Marques

F. Schwarzkopf

搬售公司

Poon-niu-kung-sze,

Borneo Company, Limited, merchants,

Queen's Road, agents of the Barnagore

Jute Factory Co., Limited, Calcutta

Also of London, Manchester, Singapore,

Batavia, Sarawak, and Bangkok

H. Foss, manager

T. I. Rose, signs per pro.

A. F. Ribeiro

TF / 15

Po-to-ma.

Bowler, Thos. Ide, Chinese interpreter, broker and general commission agent; proprietor of Chemical Works, Shau- ké-wan, and Iron Foundry, Shau-ké-

wan

Braddon, H. E., general broker; re-

sidence, Hongkong Hotel

Brandt & Co., C., shipwrights, West

Point

C. Brandt

不爹呵

Ba-lan-da-o.

Brandão & Co., 29, Wellington Street

F. A. Gomes

J. B. Gomez Jr.

A, J. Gomez

D. Alemão

庇里帕及活狀師

Pi-li-ton-kap-Wot-ton-chong-se.

Brereton & Wotton,

Wotton, solicitors, con-

veyancers. proctors, and notaries public,

29, Queen's Road

W. H. Brereton

Wm. Wotton

D. E. Caldwell M. d'Azevedo F. Remedios C. J. Lopes

C. C. Carvalho

Chun Atsau, interpreter

Tsang Kam Chin

磅郎尊士

Pong-long-chun-sz.

Brown, Jones & Co,, undertakers, 9,

Hollywood Road

Geo. Stainfield

太古

Tai-koo.

Butterfield and Swire, merchants, Queen's

Road

J. S. Swire (England)

W. Lang (Shanghai) J. H. Scott (absent) F. R. Gamwell (England) E. Mackintosh

G. S. Yuill

J. A. Blogg

H. Matchitt

W. Poate

E. Tomlin

A. P. Pereira F. B. Aubert

(Shanghai)

J. C. Bois

do.

A. Burrows

do.

H. B. Endicott

do.

J. Andrew

do.

James Hall

do.

J. L. Brown

do.

T. Ford

do.

J. B. Fonseca

do.

S. A. Remedios

do.

H. R. Smith (Foochow)

W. J. Robinson do.

J. S. Burls

do.

James Dodds (Yokohama) E. J. Geoghegan do.

E. Walker

do.

Buxoo, Meajan, S. L. "Morning Star"

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

211

Byramjee, Bomonjee, broker, 24, Holly-

wood Road

Cairns, R. H., surveyor for Government, Lloyds' Register, and for Local In-

surance offices, Club Chambers, d'Agui- lar Street

R. H. Cairns (absent)

E. Burnie, acting surveyor

J. A. Xavier

加路威士

Ka-lo-wit-se.

Carlowitz & Co., merchants, 15, Praya

Central

R. von Carlowitz (Germany)

W. Rost (absent)

C. Erdmann

B. Schmacker

M. Paquin

P. Brewitt

J. M. da Cruz

C. von Bose (Canton)

H. Janns

do.

B. A. da Cruz do.

Alf. Krauss (Shanghai)

R. Jürgens

P. Blesky

do.

do.

加心杯

Ka-sum-bhoy.

Cassumbhoy, Ebrahim, dealer in furni-

ture, 45, Queen's Road Central

Ebrahim Cassumbhoy

Sharalee E. Cassumbhoy

Cassumally, Auverally, merchant, 27,

Wellington Street

巴倫治

Pa-lun-jee.

Cawasjee, Pallanjee & Co., merchants

Hormusjee Cooverjee

Eduljee Cawasjee (Pallanjee)

察打

Chat-ta.

Chater, C. P., bill and bullion broker,

Bank Buildings

J. Y. V. Vernon

察打

Chat-ta.

Chater, J. T., share broker, Bank Build-

ings

德臣印字館

Tuk-sun Yan-tzee koon.

"China Mail" Office, 2, Wyndham Street, behind the Club House. Overland China

Mail, fortnightly for the home mail; China Mail, every evening except Sun- day; Chinese Mail, daily; China Review, once in two months

Geo. Murray Bain, editor and pro-

prietor

Robert Smith, sub-editor

Thomas M. reporter

A. S. Souza, book-keeper

N. Sequeira, overseer

Chinese department-Yook Chun, manager

中華火車糖局

Chung-wah Fo-cheh Tong-kook.

China Sugar Refining Company, Limited,

East Point

Jardine, Matheson & Co., general

agents

H. Dickie, manager

H. Hyn lman

J. Bea on

G. Ferguson

J. Dickie

A. Roger

J. Liddell

K. Beaton

J. Gourley

M. Davidson

J. McGregor J. Jenkins J. Flanagan

Sorabjee Maneckjee Metta

R. Cursetjee Vania

渣干爹路

Cha-se te-lo.

Chastel & Co., Ed., wine merchants and

commission agents, Marine House, 15,

Queen's Road

Ed. Chastel

J. Lawrence

A. C. More

J. Anthony

E. Hyndman

R. Heard

古律醫生

Kwoo-lot E-sang.

Clouth, Charles, M.D., medical practi-

tioner, "Boulder Lodge," 1, Castle Rd.

212

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Cohen Charles, C., share and general

broker

C. C. Cohen

H. Cohen

Cohen, A. S., bill, bullion and genera

broker, 16, Lyndhurst Terrace

今孖素印字館

Kam-ma-sho-yun-tsz-koon.

"Commercial Printing Office," Wynd-

ham Street

J. A. da Luz

C. F. Xavier

高吧洋行

Ko-pa-yeung-hong.

Cooper & Co., H N., merchants and com-

mission agents, 3, Pottinger Street

H. N. Cooper

各臣

Kok-son.

Coxon, A., bill and bullion broker, Seymour

Terrace

Cursetjee, Wookerjee, general merchant,

12, Peel Street

Cursetjee Wookerjee

Eduljee Jumsetjee

Merwanjee Nowrojee

Cawasjee Dorabjee Chanjee

孖刺新聞紙館

Ma-la-san-mun-chi-koon.

"Daily Press" Office, Wyndham Street, Daily Press, English edition, published every morning; Chung Ngoi San Po, Chinese edition, with a market extra, every morning; Overland Trade Report, published fortnightly, on the mornings of the departure of the English Mail; and "Chronicle and Directory for China Japan, &c.," published annually.

Y. J. Murrow (England), proprietor;

Ed. George, Attorney

R. Chatterton Wilcox, lessee & editor D. Warres Smith, business manager Geo. C. Cox, sub-editor

P. H. Emanuel, reporter

J. E. Beale, overseer

Adelino A. V. Ribeiro, foreman Francisco S. Almario, compositor

CHINESE EDITION.

Ng Chan, general manager

Ho Shap Chow, editor

- 伯頓

Ta-pe-sz Pak-tan.

Davis & Co., merchants, 23, Queen's Road

H. W. Davis

E. M. da Silva

F. B. Soares

Davys, Rev. Edmund, M.A., West Point

的件

Tik-kow.

Deacon, R., bill and bullion broker, 23,

Queen's Road, and 1, College Gardens

享泰行

Hang-tye-hong.

Deetjen & Co., merchants, &c.

E. Deetjen (Bremen)

C. Katz

Juls. R. Bröckelmann

Chas. J. Lafrentz

M. E. S. Pereira

的件拿

De-kin-na.

Degenaer, F., merchant, Peddar's Wharf

甸尼十狀师

Tin-ni-sz Chong-sz.

Dennys, Henry Lardner, solicitor and

notary public, 18, Bank Buildings; pri-

vate residence, 59, Wyndham Street

H. L. Dennys

O. Bapt.sta Ng-Ashing

Ng Tak Suang

Devjee, Rebnitoola, merchant and com-

mission agent, 24, Peel Street

疏沙印字館

So-sha-yan-tze-koon.

De Souza & Co., printers, stationers, and

bookbinders, corner of Wellington and

d'Aguilar Streets

J. de Souza

F. Gomes da Costa, foreman

F. M. Lima

S. Marçal

Amancio F. dos Santos,

do.

F. M. Franco

Philippe da Luz,

do.

L. Xavier

H. do Rozario,

do.

A. Perpetuo

Leung Akit, clerk

M. Machado

L. Ayres

A. Marçal

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Ho Achew, Chinese translator

Dhunjeebhoy & Co., R., merchants and commission agents, and agents for "The Empress of India Cotton Mills Co., Limited" of Calcutta, No. 20, Gage Street

Roostumjee Dhunjeebhoy Mehta

(Calcutta)

Rustomjee Sorabjee Woonwalla (Cal-

cutta)

Shapoorjee Framjee Tumboly, ma-

nager

Driscoll, T. N., tailor, hosier, hatter and

outfitter, 45 and 47, Queen's Road

T. N. Driscoll

J. Keating

中和

Chung-uon

Dunn, Melbye & Co., merchants, Praya

W. E. H. Dunn

E. Melbye

M. S. Lima

Esmail & Co., Hajee Adum, merchants,

17, Hollywood Road

Omar Moladina, manager

Salaman Carrimmahomed

霍近拿

Fok-kun-na.

Falconer & Co., G., watch and chrono-

meter makers, jewellers, &c., Queen's

Road Central

J. B. Falconer

M. Falconer

W. Ross, manager

Matthew Falconer, Jr.

T. Sanderson

J. Muirhead

L. Marks

A. A. da Cruz

Farmohomed, Cassumbhoy, merchant, 5,

Peel Street

Framjee Hormusjee & Co., merchants,

No. 7, Hollywood Road

D. M. Mehta

Hormusjee Merwanjee Mehta Munchershaw Sorabjee Mehta Dadabhoy Muncherjee

F. Dorabjee

213

Francis, John Joseph, barrister-at-law,

acting Puisne Judge, Judges' Cham-

bers, Supreme Court House

Clerk-F. A. Hazeland

佛蘭西藥房

Fat-lan-sai-yeuk-fong.

French Dispensary, 131a, Queen's Road

J. L. Britto, proprietor

J. J. d'Andrade

播威鏢店

Po-wai-piu-teem.

Gaupp & Co., Charles J., watchmakers

and jewellers, Queen's Road

Chas. Gaupp (Europe)

J. Keiser

C. Heermann

P. Speidel

嘏勒醫生

Ka-lack-e-sang.

Gerlach, C., M.D., medical practitioner

1, Alexandra Terrace

刧公司

Kip-kung-see.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

H. B. Gibb (absent)

H. Lowcock

J. M. Vickers

A. G. Wood (Shanghai)

A. McLeod

J. McLeod

C. F. Nunn

W. H. F. Darby

C. F. Ozorio

L. J. Ozorio

do.

H. P. Tennant (Foochow)

H. Clyma

do.

F. G. White (Shanghai) H. W. Daniel do.

C. S. Sharp

B. Layton

E. C. Ozorio

do.

do.

do.

太平行

Tai-ping Hong.

Gilman & Co., merchants, d'Aguilar St.

W. S. Young

W. H. Harton (Foochow)

A. McConachie

C. F. Harton (Foochow) G. Slade

do.

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Gomes, A. S., M.D., M.R.C.S., medical | Hajee Hamed Hajee Esack, merchant, 22,

practitioner, Shelley Street

Gulam Hoosein John Mahomed, merchant

and commission agent, 3, Gage Street

Gulam Hoosein John Mahomed (Bom-

bay)

John Mahomed Somjeebhoy

Ajumbhoy Sirdarkhar, manager

Hajeebhoy Allana

順利洋行

Sun-lee.

Grossmann & Co., merchants, 1, d'Aguilar

Street

C. F. Grossmann

G. A. Grossmann

Guedes, J. M., Junr., commission agent,

Queen's Road Central

J. M. Guedes, Junr.

葛爹厘印字館

Kot-te-le-yin-teze-koon.

Gutierrez, R. F., printer, 12, Wyndham

Street

啞蝦卑杯

A-ha be-boy.

Habibbhoy, Ahmedbhoy, merchant, 14,

Lyndhurst Terrace

Ahmedbhoy Habbibhoy (Bombay)

Hassumbhoy Semejce, manager A. Sewjeebhoy

PA BI KX

Hap-bi-boy.

Habibbhoy, Rehemebhoy, merchant, 14,

Lyndhurst Terrace

R. Habibbhoy (Bombay)

H. Somjeebhoy, manager

A. Sewjeebhoy

亞士加以士麽

A-sze-ka E-sze-mo.

Hadji Ali Asgar & H. Esmail, merchants,

17, Gage Street

Mahomed E. H. Asgar

Mahomed Sadeck H. Esmail

H. A. Namazee

A. S. Martin

暢厘修救 琴

Ha-li-sou-ching-yeung-kum.

Hahn, A., practical piano tuner and re-

-

pairer, and teacher of dancing, Flet-

cher's Buildings, 6, Queen's Road East

Gage Street

Oosman Esmail, manager

Abdoolkader Sedick

亞之美揸馬乜亞厘

Ah-jee-me-ja-ma-mud-ah-lee.

Hajee Meerza Mohmed Ally & Co., mer-

chants, 3, Gough Street

Hajee Meerza Abdolkahsein, manager

Hajee Mahomed Reza

Hancock, A., bill and bullion broker, "The

Castle"

Hancock, S., bill and bullion broker

Wah-tai.

Harris, Goodwin & Co., merchants, 8,

Queen's Road Central

S. S. Lowe

T. Harold Vale (Shanghai)

T. Steanes

do.

Hayllar, T. C., Q.C., barrister-at-law; office,

over Hongkong Dispensary

希士公司

He se kung-see.

Hesse & Co., merchants, Peddar's Wharf

H. Stolterfoht

F. C. Dittmer

開亞文哈十公司

Hoi-a-man-hop-sz-kung-sze.

Heuermann, Herbst & Co., shipchand-

lers, sailmakers, provision merchants,

and general storekeepers, 12a, Queen's

Road (opposite Hongkong Hotel)

F. W. Heuermann

E. Herbst

蝦刺爹威士

Ha-la-te-wai-se.

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants, Praya

John Holliday (Manchester)

C. W. Farbridge

do.

J. F. Holliday (Shanghai)

C. J. Holliday (Manchester) J. B. McCulloch (Manila)

A. P. MacEwen

J. C. Hughes Wm. Dunman

J. M. O. Lima

A. J. Vieira

J. P. Pascoal

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES,

C. G. Tatham (Foochow)

J. Beattie

(Shanghai)

J. R. Reddie

do.

J. W. L. Williamson do.

C. W. Holliday

do.

F. Anderson

do.

do.

do.

A. Grundy

(Manila)

L. P. Andrews do.

H. Ashton

do.

L. Barretto

A. Rozario

# 1

Hom-see.

Holmes, Geo., ship & general broker, &c.,

"Norman Cottage," Albany Road

香港蘇打水館

Heung-kong-so-ta-shui-koon.

Hongkong Soda Water Manufacturing

Company, 21, Peel Street

J. P. da Costa

D. A. d'Eça

香港雪廠

Heung kong-suet-chong.

Hongkong Ice Company, East Point and

Ice House Street; Kyle and Bain, pro-

prietors

John Kyle

Wm. N. Bain

Geo. Allan

Francis Harley

香港灣仔木園

Hong-kong Muk-in, Wanchai.

Hongkong Timber Yard, Wanchai

L. Mallory, proprietor

大馬房牛奶舖

Tai-ma-fong-ngeen-nai-po.

"Horse Repository" and Hongkong Dairy,

Garden Road, rear of Murray Barracks

J. Kennedy

F. F. Fernandes

考核

How-wat.

Howard & Co., Thos., merchants, West

Point

D. Musso & Co., agents

Hughes & Legge, share and general bro- kers and auctioneers; office, Marine House, Queen's Road, Central

W. Kerfoot Hughes

William Legge

E. Jones Hughes P. R. Doral

F. A. Ozorio

215

Hussunally Motabhoy, gold and general

broker, 7, Wellington Street

和記

Wo-kee,

Hutchison, John D., merchant, 8, Ar-

buthnot Road

Inglis & Co., ship builders, engineers, boiler-makers, iron and brassfounders, &c., Victoria Foundry, Spring Gardens

J. Inglis

J. Anderson

W. L. Scott J. S. Nazer A. G. Gordon

W. F. Inglis

Jamasjee J., cotton and yarn broker,

Hollywood Road

M. M. Cotwall

卑亞杯

Pe-a-poy.

Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy, merchant, No. 64,

Wellington Street.

Merally bhoy Mahomed, manager

E. Mahomed

B. Allarukhia

R. Datardina

Molaidinabboy Laljee (Shanghai)

Moossabhoy Munjee

7 000

Cha-teen.

do.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants, East

Point, and 7, Queen's Road Central

Robert Jardine (England) William Keswick

F. B. Johnson (Shanghai) W. Paterson (Foochow) J. Bell Irving (Shanghai) J. J. Keswick (Yokohama) Herbert Smith (Shanghai) John Macgregor

H. C. Maclean C. S. Taylor A. Cheyne E. F. Alford T. G. Glover J. P. da Costa.

216

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

F. H. Azevedo

G. dos Remedios

A. de Britto

A. J. V. Ribeiro

K. McK. Ross

F. H. Slaghek A. MacClymont

J. A. Barretto, Jr.

F. X. V. Ribeiro

J. M. G. Pereira

G. Mackrill Smith (Canton)

P. S. da Roza

do. (Shanghai)

B. A. Clarke

D. Glass

do.

A. Yvanovich

do.

E. J. de Couto

do.

E. Ward

do.

A. F. da Sa

do.

R. H. R. Wood

do.

P. Orme

do.

G. Howland

do.

W. H. Gubbins (Tientsin)

*

Ryle Holme (Nagasaki) (absent)

C. F. Hooper

do.

G. B. Hill (Yuen-fah) S'hai)

A. Forbes Angus (Foochow)

W. E. Allum

W. R. Soames

D. da Roza

J. Wilson (absent)

do.

do.

do.

 W. B. Walter (Yokohama) G. L. Montgomery do.

C. H. Cobden

H. O. Jeyes

do.

do.

Just & Grobien, bill and bullion brokers

H. Z. Just, Peddar's Hill

F. A. F. Grobien, Club Chambers

Kelly & Walsh, booksellers, news agents

and tobacconists, Queen's Road

W. Brewer

G. Chape

Khamisa, N. M. & A. M., dealers in mil- linery and drapery goods, 8, Peel Street

Noor Mahomed Khamisa

Ally Mahomed Khamisa

S. Moosa

Abdool Rahim

Khamisa Jooma, draper, 88, Wellington

Street

Khamisa Jooma (absent)

Esmail Jooma, agent

A. Hajeemahomed

購業商會

Kwong-yiy Shiung-ui

Kogio Shokwai, 8, Queen's Road Central

C. Miyagawa, agent (absent)

R. Oishi

S. Abe

告老紗

Ko-lo-sa.

Kruse & Co., jewellers, tobacconists, and

commission agents, sole agents for the

"Japan Photographic Association,"

Yokohama, 10, Queen's Road Central

H. Kuhlmann

R. Schönberger

P. F. Xavier

覽勿夜冷館

Lam-mat Ye-lang-kwoon.

Lammert, G. R., auctioneer, appraiser, and

commission agent, Peddar's Wharf

G. R. Lammert

E. F. Fonseca

S. Fischer

蘭士顚

Lan-se-teen.

Landstein & Co., merchants, Marine House,

Queen's Road

Wm. R. Landstein

Alex. Levy

E. Constantin (Tonquin)

A. F. Pereira

連架刺佛

Lane-ka-la-fat.

Lane, Crawford & Co., generalstorekeepers,

shipchandlers, tailors, news agents and

auctioneers, Queen's Road

David R. Crawford

John S. Cox

John Wilson (Shanghai)

J. A. Harvie

Henry Relph

do.

do.

F. de Sá Henry Crawford Harry Wicking Wm. Boffey John McCallum George A. Stanford A. Fonseca, Junr. Albert Algar J. R. McDonald

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Wilmer Harris (Shanghai)

W. Hewett

do.

I. W. Allen

do.

S. Moutrie

do.

H. Wareing

do.

J. W. Stanford

do.

A. Greathead

do.

J. Bailey

do.

Frederic Townley (Yokohama)

F. O. Eustace

George Booth

"HAI-LOONG." Captain-F. P. C. Goode Chief Officer-J. S. Wyllie

2nd do. G. W. Parker 3rd do. -G. Shewan Chief Engineer-W. Panton

2nd do. -W. Stewart 3rd do.

Lawson "ALBAY."

Captain-F. Ashton Chief Officer-J. Blackburne

2nd do. C. Naylor 3rd do. R. Ferguson Chief Engineer-J. MacDonald

ET DE

T. G. Richmond

do.

do.

do.

do.

得忌利士

J. G. Cullen

Tak-ke-le-se.

Lapraik & Co., Douglas, merchants,

Praya

John S. Lapraik (England)

A. T. Manger

C. D. Bottomley

J. Grant

T. E. Davies

A. F. dos Remedios

A. G. dos Remedios

F. J. dos Remedios

L. A. Xavier

G. D. Pitman (Swatow)

L. Grunauer

do.

COAST STEAMERS.

"DOUGLAS."

Captain-M. Young

Chief Officer-F. D. Goddard

2nd do. -P. Le Suent 3rd do.

Chief Engineer-W. Clarke, Jr.

2nd. do. -W. McIntosh 3rd. do. -B. Benson

"NAMOA."

   Captain-G. T. Westoby Chief Officer-H. Lightwood 2nd. do. R. W. Wright 3rd, do. -C. Hamilton Chief Engineer-J. Wilkie 2nd. do. -J. Roberts 3rd, do. -J. Wilson

"KWANGTUNG."

Captain-J. C. Abbott Chief Officer-R. Milne

2nd do. R. M. Passmore 3rd do. -H. E. Browning Chief Engineer--W. MacIntosh

2nd do. -W. Mitchell do. ---W. Canning

3rd

2nd

3rd

-W. Reeves

do. W. McKechine

謙信洋行

Hym-sun-yeung-hong.

217

Lembke & Co., Justus, merchants and

commission agents, Club Chambers

d'Aguilar Street

Justus P. Lembke

Th. Bieber. signs per pro.

連士德公司

Lin-see-tuk-kung-sze.

Linstead & Co., merchants, 23, Queen's

Road

T. G. Linstead (absent)

H. W. Davis, manager

V. A. Favacho

J. Braga

洛乞醫生

Lock-het-e-shang.

Lochhead, John H., M.D., 2, Elgin Street

Lowndes, R. W., broker, 116, Queen's

Road East

馬嬌云夫九架公司

Ma-kiu-wun-foo-lik-ka-kung-sz.

MacEwen, Frickel & Co., storekeepers, wine merchants, shipping and general agents, 43, Queen's Road and 22, Praya;

agents for North China Herald, Shang- hai, &c.

Alex. F. Smith

W. Dolan J. Maclehose Jas. Robertson F. R. Rogers C. Mooney A. J. G. da Silva

218

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Manecjee & Co., Jamsetjee, shop-keepers Metta, E. N., merchant, 18, Hollywood

18, Peel Street

J. Manecjee

B. Ruttonjee

S. Cowasjee

E. Ruttonjee

孖·公司

Ma-ti-kung-8z

Marty, A. R., merchant and commission

agent, 44, Queen's Road

A. R. Marty

P. Marty

A. Carneiro

E. Aussenac (Tonquin)

McBain, G., broker, &c., Gough Street

墨馬道

Mak-mah-to.

McMurdo, R., Government and marine

surveyor, and surveyor

for French

Lloyds', Hunt's Block

R. McMurdo

G. Yvanovich

孻仁藥房

Lai-yan-yeuk-fong.

Medical Hall, 50, Queen's Road

Th. Koffer, proprietor

E. Niedhardt, analytical chemist

乜者士

Mat-che-see.

Melchers & Co., merchants, Peddar's Wharf

Hermann Melchers (Bremen)

Adolf André

W. Reiners (Shanghai)

Carl Krebs

do.

Joh. Fr. Mardfeldt

J. Goosmann

M. Grote

J. Lauts

Road

S. N. Tolatee (Bombay)

E. N. Metta (Canton)

M. P. Tolatee, manager

咪吔

Me-yer.

Meyer & Co., merchants, 13, Queen's

Road Central

A. E. Meyer

H. F. Meyerink

A. Goetz

H. Otte

F. P. Rozario J. L. Carneiro

J. Krall

.

#ill Me-lah.

Millar & Co., A., house and ship plumbers, painters, coppersmiths, brassfounders, and general contractors, 1, Queen's Road East

Andrew Millar

F. J. Ryan

M. Rozario

三井洋行

Sam-tseng-young-hong.

Mitsu Bussan Kaisha, merchants, 6, Ped-

dar's Hill (Head office, Tokio)

Y. Kanedo

S. Matsudo} agents

麽地公司

Mo-tee kung-se.

Mody & Co., N., 40, Queen's Road

Ardeshir N. Mody

(Bombay)

Jehangërjee N. Mody do.

Hormusjee R. Hakimna

J. Palmer

C. M. do Rozario

St. Michaelsen do.

A. E. Allemào

C. Jantzen

(Shanghai)

A. Eblers

do.

Wm. Mendel

do.

F. J. d'Almeida

Merwanjee, S., broker, 37, Graham Street

Framjee H. Arjânee

Dosabhoy R. Billia

麽地

Mo-tee.

Mody, H. N., bill, bullion, & general

broker and auctioneer, Graham Street

H. F. Mody

R. R. Roberts

Moonshee, S. D., broker, 40, Queen's

Road

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Moore, W. P., hairdresser, &c., Hotel

Buildings, Queen's Road Central

W. P. Moore, proprietor

J. A. da Silva, book-keeper

Otto Kitchu,

M. Reres,

Jissah Kitchu,

assistant

do.

do.

Moore & Co., tobacconists and news-

agents, "Variety Store," 42, Queen's

Road

S. R. Rozario, manager

* = *

Moh Sam-mun.

More & Seimund, (late Broadbear, Au-

thony & Co.) shipchandlers, Praya

Robt More

C. H. E. Seimund

Morgan W. M., general broker, auctioneer,

&c., Peddar's Hill

麽厴士厘公司

Mo-li-tez-le Koong-se.

Morris & Ray, ship brokers, Bank Build-

ings

A. G. Morris

E. C. Ray

Mourente, R., merchant, and proprietor of Tutuban Rope Manufactory of Ma- nila, 7, Gough Street

Ramon Mourente

Miguel Mourente

Musso & Co., D., merchants, West Point

D. Musso

P. d'Agostini

G. Passantino

伍秩庸*狀師

Ng Til-yung, Tai chong-sz.

Ng Choy, barrister-at-law, 16, Bank

Buildings

Ng Choy

J. Gabriel

Leung Ping Quan

那布

No-po.

Noble, John, chronometer and watch

maker, jeweller and silversmith, 8,

Queen's Road

J. Noble

John McWatters

囉郎也印字館

Lo-long-ya-yun-tze-koon.

219

Noronha & Co., Government and general printers and stationers, 5, 7, and 9,

Zetland Street, ("Government Ga- zette," published every Wednesday, "Town Messenger," twice daily, Chi- nese newspaper published every Mon- day, Wednesday, and Friday.)

D. Noronha

A. J. Noronha

J. F. Noronha

S. A. Noronha

B. P. Campos, foreman

F. F. Pinna

R. V. Ribeiro

S. Silva

J. Jesns

L. Xavier

J. Gabriel

Norton & Co., merchants and commis-

sion agents, Praya Central.

Robert Lyall

R. W. Lowndes

打笠治麵飽公司

Ta-lab-chee min pow-kong-se.

Nowrojee D., merchant and baker, Queen's

Road

Dorabjee Nowrojee

Shaik Eliar Bux

D. Dorabjee

H. Cowasjee P. Pereira

M. Ruttonjee

Nowrojee & Co., merchants, 20, Hollywood

Road

B. N. Guzder (Calcutta)

C. B. Guzder do.

Nusserwanjee Sorabjee, manager

F. D. Guzder

Dinshaw Nowrojee

O'Brien, R. A., M.D., medical practitioner

2, St. John's Place

阿厘仁他藥房

O-le-yan-ta-yeuk-fong.

"Oriental Dispensary," 10, Stanley Street

F. P. Soares, manager

I. L. Vieira

Pestonjee, Jamsetjee, broker, 24, Peel

street

220

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Polishwalia, M. B., cotton and yarn

broker, 24, Lyndhurst Terrace

t

八巴厘

Pat-pa-lee.

Pubaney, Ebrahimbhoy, merchant, 22,

Lyndhurst Terrace

Dhurumseybhoy Moomeen, manager Fazulbhoy Dhurumsey Bundally Khimjee

Casumbhoy Peerbhoy

Mahomedbboy Fakeeranee, mgr. S'hai

Pustau & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

T. J. E. von Pustau

J. J. de Souza, Jr.

利地架行

Le-te-ka-hong.

Rädecker & Co., merchants and commis-

sion agents, Wyndham Street

R. Rädecker

W. Detmers

Alex. A. dos Remedios

J. M. dos Remedios J. Haughton

Remedios & Co., merchants, Praya Cen- tral; agents for Spanish mail steamers between Manila and Singapore, and Olano, Larrinaga's Spanish Steamers

José A. dos Remedios J. C. dos Remedios A. dos Remedios E. A. Jorge

Robinson, J., bill & share broker, 4, Mor-

rison Hill (absent)

Rose, Mrs. J. F., draper, milliner and

dressmaker, Queen's Road

Mrs. J. F. Rose

Mrs. Stockhausen

Miss Stainfield

T. M. Lopes

Rapp, F., auctioneer and commission Rogers, G.O., D.D.S., dentist, 7, Arbuth-

agent, Zetland Street

連拿

Lin-nah.

Raynal, G., merchant and commission

agent, 11, Stanley Street

泰和行

Tye-wo-hong.

Reiss & Co., merchants, Praya

Charles Kahn

Moritz Kalb (Shanghai)

C. Stiebel (Yokohama)

R. M. Gray, silk inspector S. Hughes, tea inspector

A. B. Tomkins, tea inspector

R. H. Percival, silk inspector

(Shanghai)

S. J. Crutch, tea inspector (S'hai)

G. Hurlimann (Yokohama)

C. Danenberg

F. S. Marçal (Shanghai)

C. V. Marques (Yokohama)

利美打工

Lee-mee-ta-sz.

Remedios & Co., J. J. dos, merchants, 16,

Gough Street

J. H. dos Remedios

A. G. Romano

not Road

Rose & Co., general drapers, men's mer-

cers, milliners and dressmakers, Queen's Road Central

Miss Rose

J. H. Jarman

Mrs. Jarman

Miss Nestor

Miss Dancer

Miss Sampson

J. Xavier

羅士列

Lo-sze-lit.

Rosselet, J., importer of watches, corner

of Wellington and Peel Streets

羅沙里澳

Lo-cha-li-o.

Rozario & Co., merchants, 8, Stanley Street

Marcos C. do Rozario

F. M. Gonsalves

Alfredo Machado

那沙剪髮店

No-sa-tsin-fat-tim.

Roza, J. da, barber and hair dresser,

Wellington Street

1

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

旗昌

Kee-cheong.

Russell & Co., merchants, Praya

William H. Forbes (absent)

F. B. Forbes (Shanghai)

S. W. Pomeroy, Jr. (New York)

John M. Forbes, Jr.

F. D. Hitch

H. de C. Forbes

(Shanghai)

Charles Vincent Swith

L. M. Baptista

R. Blackwell

F. D. Bush

L. L. Bush

C. Chamberlain

A. Cordeiro

C. L. Gorham J. A. Gutierrez Q. J. Gutierrez C. S. Haden F. Jorge

T. B. Cunninghain (Canton)

律頓治

Irut-ton-chee.

221

Ruttunjee & Co., D., merchants, Holly-

wood Road

D. Ruttunjee

山打

San-ta.

Sander & Co., merchants and commission

agents, Queen's Road Central

F. Sander

E. Lorberg

沙宣

Sa-soon.

Sassoon, Sons & Co., David, merchants,

Praya Central

Sir Albert D. Sassoon (England)

R. D. Sassoon

Arthur D. Sassoon

S. D. Sassoon (Bombay)

A. M. Gubbay do.

F. D. Sassoon

E. A. Sassoon (Shanghai)

F. Koch

do.

C. A. de Britto

do.

N. C. Stevens

(Amoy)

J. J. Howard

do.

S. M. Moses

C. C. dos Remedios

do.

E. Sheppard (Foochow)

M. W. Greig

do.

H. S. Rogers

do.

do.

do.

do.

J. H. England do.

B. Pereira

do.

E. F. d'Almeida (Shanghai)

C. G. Beebe

do.

J. J. Green

do.

A. C. Hunter

do.

N. B. Hinckley

do.

R. G. Ogle

do.

N. Simoens

do.

J. D. Thorburn

do.

G. H. Wheeler

do.

N. D'O. Wintle

do.

A. E. Abraham

J. S. Judah

E. H. Joseph S. E. Levy John A. Mosely

A. J. Brandão

A. J. do Rozario, opium godowns A. P. da Costa

E. F. do Rozario

A. Fonseca, cotton godown (W'chi) N. D. Ezekiel (Foochow)

S. J. Reuben

do.

R. E. Toeg (Ningpo)

J. E. Judah do.

H. M. Cunningham (Hankow)

S. S. Gilbert (New York)

COAST STEAMERS. S. S. "ESMERALDA."

   Captain-Robt, Talbot Chief Officer R. Brown

2nd do. -N. McBaskell Chief Engineer-T. Kirkwood

2nd do.

-H. Risk "DIAMANTE."

Captain-E. Thebaud

First Officer-R. Crawford

Chief Engineer-A. Mintipley

Rustomjee, S., broker, Stanley Street

I. A. Ezra

do.

R. A. Gubbay (Shanghai)

M. Moses

do.

J. R. Michael

do.

F. Ezekiel

do.

M. A. Sopher

do.

D. H. Silas

do.

A. E. Moses

do.

K. S. Kelly (Hankow)

S. A. Hardoon do.

S. J. Solomon (Wuhu)

M. S. Kelly

do.

D. S. Saul (Chefoo)

D. E. Moses

do.

M. D. Ezekiel (Tientsin)

J. Samuel

do.

222

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRAD ES.

CALCUTTA STEAMERS. "JAPAN," BRITISH STEAMER.

Captain-T. 3. Gardner

    · Chief Officer-E. J. Edwards 2nd do. H. L. Roy 3rd. do. J. Taylor Purser-J. Gregory

-J.

Chief Engineer. Davidson 2nd do. -J. Davidson

3rd do.

Gregory

"A. APCAR," BRITISH STEAMER.

Captain-A. B. Mactavish

Chief Officer-F. Flacks

2nd do. -C. C. Molison

     3rd do. H. Kennedy Purser G. Demetrius

Chief Engineer-J. Kennedy 2nd do. -M. Graham

-J. Brough

3rd do.

4th do.

-H. Rastrick

新沙遜

Shun-sa-soon.

Sassoon & Co., E. D., merchants, Queen's

Road

Stanley Street; corner of Nankin and Szechuen Roads, Shanghai; Commer- cial Square, Singapore, and Penang

R. Sayle (England)

D. Sayle

R. Č. Hurley

W. H. Hammond Mrs. Hammond Miss Kaye Miss Harefield

O. E. Page

J. Edgar

C. F. Pressick

R. Blades

J. H. Walkington

R. Lang

T. F. Fisher

J. G. dos Remedios

Q. A. Rangel

E. H. Spring,

(Shanghai)

T. H. Sayle

do.

R. Johnston

do.

J. West

do.

W. Wilson

do.

E. H. Latty

do.

W. C. Coleman

do.

B. R. Grayston

do.

T. Bord

do.

C. R. Sellers

do.

J. M. Wyatt

do.

do.

G. T. Roggers

do.

Miss Idle

do.

Miss Brookes

do.

Elias D. Sassoon (Bombay)

Jacob E. Sassoon

do.

Edward E. Sassoon

Ezekiel A. Sassoon

Meyer E. Sassoon (Shanghai)

Nissim 1. Silas

Isaac E. Obadaya

J. S. Moses

S. S. Joseph

E. E. Elias

S. P. Johannes

J. S. Perry (Foochow)

S. R. Marcus do.

M. J. Reuben (Shanghai)

Robert Liddelow (Singapore) (absent)

Mrs. Liddelow

do.

do.

T. W. Wright, manager do.

Miss Rice

do.

J. E. Polglase

do.

G. Scaife

do.

F. E. Winch

do.

W. Spauls

do.

F. H. Elliot (Penang)

M. S. Perry

do.

J. Moosa

do.

E. A. Cotton

do.

A. J. David

do.

C. Bean

A. S. Silas

do.

S. E. Moses (Ningpo)

D. J. Reuben do.

D. Benjamin (Chefoo)

S. A. David do.

Abraham Ezra (Tientsin)

A. E. Shooker

Say-le.

do.

Sayle & Co., linen drapers, silk mercers, milliners, merchant tailors, &., "Vic- toria Exchange," Queen's Road, and

do.

十刧罷

Sz-kip pa.

Scheffer, J. F., ship-chandler and general

storekeeper, 54, Praya Central

J. F. Scheffer

C. H. Flores

些刺時

She-la-se.

Schellhass & Co., Eduard, merchants,

Praya Central

Eduard Schellhass (Hamburg)

Ludwig Beyer

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

R. Buschmann (Shanghai)

P. Bohlschau

G. Harling

F. Leip

E. L. Reuter

E. Pereira

J. J. Dorrinck (Shanghai)

W. Hintzmann

do.

A. C. Markert

B. M. Botelho

do.

禪臣

Seem-shun.

22$

Siemssen & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

G. T. Siemssen (Hamburg)

Woldemar Nissen do.

H. Hoppius

P. G. Hübbe (Shanghai) A. Gültzow

N. A. Siebs A. Wasserfall H. Garrels

E. Schaar

R. Oesau

A. Ellert

士茂公司

See-mit-kung-se.

Schmidt & Co., W., gun and rifle makers,

machinists, and dealers in arms, 47,

Wyndham Street

Wm. Schmidt

思歸刺

Se-quai-la.

Sequeira, P. A., pianoforte tuner and re-

pairer, No. 19, Mosque Street

墨多刺狀師

Shap-tor-la-chong-se.

Sharp, Toller, and Johnson, attorneys, so-

licitors, proctors, and notaries public;

office, Supreme Court House

Edmund Sharp, Crown Solicitor, Queen's Proctor, and Registrar and Actuary of the Diocese of Victoria

Wm. Wilkinson Toller (absent) Alfred Bulmer Johnson

Alfred Parker Stokes (solicitor),

managing clerk

Lindoro Rozario

M. A. Baptista, Jr.

Chau Yau Lok

H. T. Siemssen

H. M. Bastos

A. H. M. da Silva

G. Peters

(Shanghai)

J. Richards

do.

P. Kohrt

do.

F. Gebhardt

do.

A. Bottu

do.

A. Siemssen

do.

H. Lübbes

(Foochow)

O. R. Rienaecker do. Leop. Flemming (Canton)

P. A. W. Ottomeier do.

V. P. Senna

do.

COAST STEAMERS.

"CHINA," GERMAN STEAMER.

Captain-J. C. Ackermann

"CHINKIANG," BRITISH STEAMER,

Captain-S. Orr

"YANGTSZE," BRITISH STEAMER..

Captain-E. Schultze

"NINGPO," BRITISH STEAMER,

Captain-R. Cass

<< AMOY," BRITISH STEAMER.

Captain-T. W. Drewes

公式洋行

墨匯單戰雨紀經

Shap-uy-tan-ngan-leung-king-ke.

Sharp & Danby, civil engineers, architects,

surveyors, and estate agents, 6, Queen's

Road Central

Granville Sharp

William Danby, C.E.

A. M. Baptista

Chun Afook

Kung-yee-young-hong.

Smith & Co., J. G., commission

chants, 5, Duddell Street

J. G. Smith (absent)

W. G. JIumphreys

W. Keeble

所羅門

So-lo-moon.

mer-

Solomon, Reuben, general broker, No. 31,

Elgin Street

224

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Sorabjee Mancherjee & Co., merchants

Rustonjee Byramjee

Nowrojee Sorabjee

Dadabhoy Rustomjee Kotwall

Souza, E. F. de, commission agent,

6, Chancery Lane

E. F. de Souza

D. P. de Souza

Spratt & Co., W. B., ship carpenters, &c., 20, Praya Central, and proprietors of the Cosmopolitan Dock, Kowloon

W. B. Spratt Kwok Acheong A. Johnston Nelson Spratt

M. J. do Rozario, bookkeeper

W. G. Howard, engineer

H. Giles, clerk

E. Wittsell, apprentice

Steil, Richard, ship broker, Bank Build-

ings

士的芬幷堪士狀師

Sz-tek-fun ping-hom-sze-chong-sz.

Stephens & Holmes, attorneys, solicitors, proctors, and notaries public, 2, Club Chambers

M. J. D. Stephens, solicitor, etc.

Henry J. Holmes, solicitor, etc.

F. Xavier

E. Antonio

Sin Sin, clerk and interpreter

姜利

Yee-lee.

Stevens & Co., Geo. R., merchants, agents

Australasian Steam Navigation Co., 11,

Queen's Road

G. R. Stevens

H. G. James

W. Wheeler

C. J. Ozorio

T. O'Hashi

E. A. de Carvalho

他他公司

Ta-ta-kung-sz.

Tata & Co., merchants, Hollywood Road

S. C. Tata (Bombay)

D. B. Tata (Shanghai)

C. B. Tata

Kharsedje M, Tata

H. R. Cotewall

爹害拿

Te-wan-nah.

Thevenin, C. L., wine and spirit merchant,

commission agent, and importer of French goods, 44, Queen's Road

C. L. Thevenin

Tolatee, B. F., merchant, 18, Hollywood

Road

B. F. Tolatee (Bombay)

P. F. Tolatee, manager

丹拿公司

Tan-na Kung-se.

Turner & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

William Walkinshaw (absent)

Phineas Ryrie

E. C. Smith (absent)

A. W. Walkinshaw (Foochow)

J. Hart

D. McCulloch

(Shanghai)

M. de Carvalho

J. H. Cox

C. de Jesus

A. Shewan

J. F. Cheetham

(Shanghai) do.

do.

J. L. Placé

A. R. Graves (Hankow)

A. N. Mendes, Junr. (Foochow)

Ullmann & Co., J., merchants and com-

mission agents, 96 & 98, Queen's Road

A. Ullmann (Paris)

Jé. Ullmann (Switzerland)

Jacques Ullmann

M. Ullmann

富碩

Foo-shek.

Vaucher, A. E., general broker, silk in- spector, public accountant, and com- mission agent, No. 2, Ball's Court

Veerjee, Rahimbhoy, broker, Wanchai, 139

Victoria Bakery, 28, Wellington Street

J. Pereira

Victoria Undertakers, 70, Queen's Road

East

G. da Cruz, manager

B. Salazar

HONGKONG-HOTELS, TAVERNS, &c.

加剌士藥房 Ka-la-see-yeuk-fong.

Victoria Dispensary," Peddar's Wharf

W. Cruickshank

S. N. McLeish

Ng Ah Yen

Vincenot, F., wine, spirit, and provision

merchant, 4, Peel Street

科咕

Fo-koo.

Vogel & Co. merchants, Praya

Emile Vogel

Heinrich Kirchhoff (Shanghai)

Charles Vogel

Oscar Noodt

C. A. von Bentivegni

A. A. dos Remedios

S. dos Remedios

W. Aarons

Edward Vogel

(Canton)

do.

J. A. Bryner, silk inspector

do.

H. Slevogt (Shanghai)

和記

Wo-kee.

Walker, R., merchant, 8, Arbuthnot Road

香港大藥房

Heung-kong-ti-yeuk-fong.

Watson & Co., A. S., Hongkong Dispen-

sary, Queen's Road

J. D. Humphreys

H. A. Woolnough, manager

T. Hetherington

G. Laub (Canton)

Geo. H. Brunt

James Jones

John Scott, soda water factory

Fung Acheong

Fung Apoey

泰興

Tai-hing.

Wieler & Co.. merchants, Praya

Oscar Wieler (absent)

Gustav Wieler

F. Pinckernelle

C. Colpe Achun

威利臣沙路威

Wil-le-son-sa-lo-way.

225

Wilson & Bird, architects, surveyors, and

civil engineers, 15, Queen's Road

Wilberforce Wilson, C.E.

S. Godfrey Bird

To Cheok

央醫生

Young-e-sang.

Young, Richard, L.R.C.P. Edin., F.R.C.S.

Edin. (absent)

Young William, M.D., "Woodville," Ar-

buthnot Road

Hotels, Taverns, &c.

"British Hotel," 182, Queen's Road Cen-

tral

Andrew Woblters

T. Wedegrove

"British Crown Tavern," 278, Queen's

Road Central

Chas. Lesberel

厭派亞酒店

Em-pi-ah-chow-tim.

"Empire Tavern," No. 262, Queen's Road

Central

J. Humby

香港客店

Heung-kong-hak-tim.

Hongkong Hotel," Queen's Road

Dorabjee & Hing-Kee, lessees

Dorabjee Nowrojee, manager

Ismael P. Madar

S. Cawasjee

D. S. Heaysman

S. A. Ismael

Peng Atsun

泰隆

Tai-loong.

"Hotel de l'Univers," Wyndham Street

V. Favre, proprietor

International Hotel, 63c, Praya Central

F. Klampermeyer

'Land We Live In Tavern," 294, Queen's

Road Central

226

HONGKONG-HOTELS, TAVERNS, &c.

Liverpool Arms Tavern," 232, Queen's

Road Central

John Juster

拿臣拿酒店

Na-shun-na-tsow-tim.

"National Hotel," 200A, Queen's Road

Central

John Olson, proprietor

Olaf Olsen, manager

呵連多客店

O-len-to-hak-tim.

"Oriental Hotel," Bar, Bowling Alley

and Billiard Rooms, Wellington Street

J. F. Schuster

水手館

Sui-sow-koon.

"Sailors' Home," Praya West

J. R. White, steward

Jno. Keller

"San Francisco Tavern," 270, Queen's

Road Central

士得豪爹厘

Se-tak-ho-te-li.

"Stag Hotel," No. 10, Queen's Road

Central

J. Cook, proprietor

A. C. Beaumont

英國客店

Ying-kwok-hak-tim.

"Star Hotel," 2, Queen's Road West

F. D. Linde, proprietor

"Welcome Tavern," 288, Queen's Road

Central

Joaquim Gomez

"Kowloon Hotel," Kowloon

R. Braun

Licensed Boarding House Keepers.

Sailors' Home, West Point

C. F. W. Peterson, Queen's road west Peter Smith, Queen's road west Ismail, Circular Pathway

Alli Moosdeen, Lower Lascar row Ignacio Beltrão, Tank Lane Francisco d'Assis, Upper Station Street Leuterio Vilanueva, Bridges Street

HER MAJESTY'S FORCES IN CHINA.

Staff.

MILITARY.

Major General Commanding Forces in China and Straits Settlements, As- sistant Military Secretary, Aide-de- Camp to the General, The Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Hongkong and its Dependencies, Brigade Major, Fort Adjutant, Officer Commanding Royal Artillery, Commanding Royal Engineer, District Commissary General, Commissary General of Ordnance, Dis- trict Paymaster, Principal Medical Officer

Commanding H. M. Forces in China and Straits Settlements-Major-General E. W. Donovan

Assist. Military Sec.-Captain E. Barton,

27th Inniskillings

Aide-de-camp-Lieutenant A. S. Drum-

mond, Scots Guards

Brigade Major-Captain T. S. St. Clair,

49th Regiment

Fort Adjutant-Lieutenant H. S. Tun-

nard

Acting Military Chaplains-Rev. J. Hen-

dersou, Ch. of England Chaplain

Rev. Father B. Vigano, Roman Ca-

tholic Chaplain

     Rev. R. Lechler, Presbyterian Chaplain Garrison Sergeant-Major--Robert Annan

MILITARY STAFF CLERKS. Military Secretary's Office-Staff Sergeant

James J. McBreen

Brigade Office-Staff Sergeants John Good-

win, G. S. Blake

ROYAL ARTILLERY. Commanding Royal Artillery in China and

    Straits Settlements-Lt.-Col. L. F. Hall Captain J. R. S. O. Hewitt

   Lieut. and Adjutant-J. A. L. Coker Fire Master and Inspector Warlike Stores-

Capt. H. Geary

Military Staff Clerk, District Office-Bat- tery Sergeant Major F. G. Reynolds

ROYAL ENGINEERS.

Com. Royal Eng.-Lt.-Col. W. J. Stuart Major-H. S. Palmer Ineutenant--L. B. Friend Surveyor-J. M. Fleming

Military Staff Clerks, Royal Engineer De- partment-Quarter Master Sergeant J. Flanagan, Sergeant J. Deigan

Military Foremen of Works-Sergeants G.

Greig, and W. Cock, acting

INFANTRY,

27TH INNISKILLINGS.

Colonel.

Raudal Rumley, (g.), (m.c.c.)27 Aug. '70 Lieut.-Colonel.

And. D. Geddes

Wm. Herring Hen. B. P. Phillipps..

29 Jan. '79

Majors.

23 Jan. '78

.29 Jan. '79

Captains.

2 Jan. '69

18 Oct. 73

Arthur Hales, (d.) Domville M. Taylor, (d.)......31 Oct. '71

Francis Coffey

R. W. E. White Nicholas E. Carr

J. W. F. Buxton, (p.s.c.) Philip Stainforth Edward Barton, (s.) Chas. Wm. Hare

Geo. Herbert Michaelson.. G. A. B. Godbold... A. P. Wodehouse

Lieutenants.

17 Mar. '74

1 April '70 (s.).10 Nov. '77

.23 Jan. '78 1 Nov. '78

.18 Nov. '78 .12 Feb. '79

2 July '79 .12 Feb. '75

.30 Dec. '73 (s.)..28 Feb. '74

.18 June '74 ..21 Sept. '74 6 Sept. '76 (d.)...11 Sept. '76 .11 Nov. '76 1 Nov. '78 13 Nov. '78 .18 Nov. '78 12 Feb. '79

John Cave Bayly Hen. Stopford Tunnard, John Ansley Bennett Arthur H. Young.. Wm. S. Byrd Levett, (d.) Reg. H. Cholmondeley, Jolin Jas. Purdon... John Fran. Wm. Charley. Hen. McLeod Young Fran. Alex. Sanders.. Peter R. E. Thompson. Robt. L. B. Steele T. G. Barclay

2nd Lieutenants.

William C. Woollett Richard C. C. Cox

8 Mar. '79 9 Aug, '73

21 June '79

21 June '79

Arthur M. Goodrich. A. J. Murray.

21 June '79

.13 Aug. '79

Mayne

.13 Aug. '79

..13 Aug. '79

J. G.

C. J. L. Davidson

Pay.-J. M. Kerr, hon. capt. (Paym, A.

Pay Dep.)

Quarter-master-Wm. Wind-

rum

.13 Nov. '78

.(lt.) 2 Feb. '78

228

MILITARY-NAVAL.

COMMISSARIAT AND TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT.

Asst. Commissary Gen.- Lieut.-Col. C. R.

     Shervinton, A.C.G. Commissary-J. Macfarlane Deputy Commissary--- Sub-Assistant Commissary- Barrack Clerk-

Senior Clerk-Jas. Boyd Clerk-M. H. Madar

Chinese Interpreter-Pang Wing

ORDNANCE STORE DEPARTMENT. Commissary General of Ordnance for China

-J. Moore

Commissary of Ordnance-C. E. Vansittart Assistant Commissary of Ordnance-W.

Horan

-R. F. N. Clarke

do.

Inspector of Warlike Stores-Capt. H.

Geary, R.A.

Chief Foreman-P. Grimble Senior Clerk-F. Grimble

Clerks F. D. Guedes, F. M. Franco

Soldier Clerks-Four

Foreman of Magazines-

Arsenal Foreman-S. A. Botelho

General Foreman-J. M. Campos Ordnance Armourer Sergeant-Sergt. T.

Winters, R.A.

Armourer Sergeants-F. Shepherd, T.

Gascoigne

Painter J. Wallace, 27th Inniskillings Collarmaker-Gunner Boulter, R.A.

ARMY PAY DEPARTMENT. District Paymaster and Agent for the Lords Commissioners of H. M. Treasury-Capt. J. Muskett

Assistant Paymaster and Military Ac-

countant-A. B. Ridgway

Military Clerks-Sergt. J. Howe and Sergt.

H. W. Miles, 27th Inniskillings

ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. Principal Medical Officer-W. A. McKin-

non, C.B., Deputy Surgeon General Surgeon Major-R. Hungerford

do.

J. Murray, M.B. Surgeon-C. F. Pollock, M.D.

do. W. P. Bridges

Lt. of Orderlies-Thos. Thompson, Army

Hospital Corps

Royal Naval Department.

NAVAL.

Vice Admiral-Robert Coote, C.B., Com-

mander-in-chief

    Flag Lieutenant-W. H. Maitland-Dougall Secretary-Benjamin Urwick

Clerk to Secretary-A. J. Brows

H. M. NAVAL YARD.

HONGKONG.

Naval Officer in charge of Naval Establish- ment-Commodore Thos. E. Smith, R.N. Sec. to Commodore-Sidney W. Wright,

R.N.

Clerk to Secretary-J. H. F. Campion, R.N. Master Attendant-Staff Commander G. P.

Heather, R.N.

Naval and Victualling Storekeeper-John

Bremner, Paymaster, R.N.

    do. for Service at Shanghai-W. B. Hutchinson, Paymaster, R.N. Accountant-E. B. Jorey

    Senior Clerks-G. P. Rickard, Wm. Hynes Foreman of the Yard in charge-F. D.

Palmer

Writer to do.-S. W. Phillips

Writers-J. da Cunha, V. Danenberg, V C. Rocha, H. Danenberg, E. C. Bar- radas, L. F. Carvalho, F. M. Xavier, J. de Pinna, F. G. Pereira, L. Barretto Boatswain-Robert Melling

Chief Storemen-W. W. Gillbee, W. T.

Adnams

Storemen S. Garwood, L. W. Afah, G. May, D. Dunmore, C. Barkley, J. Beattie

STEAM DEPARTMENT. Inspector of Machinery-Richard H. Slee-

man, R.N. Engineers-Thos. E. Williams, R.N., R. A. Shapcott, R.N., A. Shoolbread, R.N. Boiler Maker A. Hadley

Smith A. Blanchard

Fitters-W. Addiscott, L. Wells, G. Bet-

teridge

NAVAL POLICE.

Inspector in Charge-Wm. Lysaught, 5 Ser- geants, and 23 Constables, European

NAVAL-CHINA SQUADRON.

H.B.M. Squadron in China & Japan.

ALBATROSS, 4. Composite Screw Sloop. Commander A. J. Errington.23 Oct. '79 Lieutenant-Richard G. Day..23 Oct. '79

    do. -(N) H. C. Martin.12 Jan. '79 do. G. W. Tyler .23 Oct. '79 Staff Surgeon G. H. Madely.17 Oct. '79 Paymaster W. E. P. Saer...23 Oct. '79 Chief Engineer-Geo. Sullivan 14 Oct. '79 Sub-Lieut.-A. E. Harford ...23 Oct. Gunner-J. Hickey Carpenter-C. Hatchard

'79

15 Jan. '79 13 Jan. '79

Assist. Eng.-C. E. Steward...23 Oct. '79 Clerk-C. H. Jones

23 Oct. '79

    Assist. Clerk-C. J. Ferguson 23 Oct. '79 (Commissioned at Chathan, 23 Oct., 1879).

       CHARYBDIS, 17. S. Corvette. 2,187 (1,506) Tons. 1,472 (400) H.P. Captain-C. F. Hotham...... 9 Feb. '77 Lieut.-Arthur W. Moore..

do.-H. T. Oldfield

9 Feb. '77

27 April '78 .23 Feb. '77

   do. (N) J D. Deane do. -Bobt. M. Bunbury....16 June '76 do. -H. D. Law........

                   1 April '79 Lieut. Mar.-A. M. E. Hayes.. 5 Mar. '77 Chaplain and Nav. Inst.-Rev.

Frank C. Stebbing, B.A...23 Feb. '77 Staff Surg.-Thos. D'A. Brom-

low, M D..

3 June '79 Paymaster-Alfred De Denne.13 Feb. '77 Chief Eng. John Lanksbury.11 Sept. '75 Sub-Lieut.-Frederick H. P.

W. Freeman...

1 Feb. '77

.18 Oct. '77 1 Feb. '77

do. H. R. P. Floyd. do. -Edward Harvey Surgeon-George W. F. Arm-

strong, M.D

14 Feb. '77 Asst, Paym-Wm. Allman....21 Feb. '77 Gunner-Francis Horrigan..13 May '79 Boatswain-Wu. Brown......24 July '79 Carpenter-Wm. H. Tozer ...29 Nov. '77 Midshipman---W. V. Cole......21 July '79 -F. R. W. Morgan21 July '79 -H. Orpen

.....21 July '79 -E. C. Greenway.20 Feb. '77 -H. D. Wilkin... 5 Mar. '79 -L. E. Traherne. 7 Jan. '79 Assist. Eng.-C. H. Steward... 2 Jan. '79

J. F. Price

do.

do.

do.

do.

do.

do.

Clerk-James Maxwell....

Re-commissioned at Hongkong,

18 Sept. '77 19 June '78

May 1877.

COMUS, 14. S. Corvette. Steel and Iron, cased with Wood. 2,383 Tons. 2,300 H.P.

Captain-Jas. W. East Lieutenant-G. Neville...

do.

do.

23 Oct.

229

79

.23 Oct. '79

-B. H. Chevallier.23 Oct. '79

-T. B. Triggs......23 Oct. '79 do. -A. H. Anson

...23 Oct. '79 Nav. Lieut.-G. W. Balliston.26 Oct. '78 Chaplain-Rev. A. C. Wright 23 Oct. '79 Staff Surgeon-Geo. Kell.....23 Oct. '79 Paymaster-D. T. Waugh...23 Oct. '79 Chief Eng.-A. F. McIntyre...28 June '79 Sub-Lieut.-H. J. Gedge

23 Oct. '79 23 Oct. '79

do. --W. O. Story. Surgeon-Jas. B. Clibborn ...23 Oct. '79 Asst. Paymaster--W. H. Rowe.23 Oct. '79 Engineer-Geo. Weight Gunner-W. Painter Boatswain-R. H. Martin. Carpenter E. J. Kingdon

27 May '79 21 Dec. '78

18 Dec. '78 ...18 May '78

Midshipman-A. C. Harboard.29 Oct. '79

do.

do.

-W. Carey -B. J. D. Yelver-

29 Oct. '79

ton

.29 Oct. '79

do.

do. R. A. de P. O' Reilly.29 Oct. '79 Naval Cadet-A. C. Lowery...29 Oct. 279 -F. J. Paterson..29 Oct. '79 Assist. Eng.-G. J. Langford.15 Oct. '79 do. -W. P. Pitt.... 15 Oct. 79 Assist. Clerk-T. J. Lanyon...23 Oct. '79

do.

-W. P. Penny...15 Oct. '79 (Commissioned at Sheerness, 23, Oct., 1879)

EGERIA, 4. Composite Screw Sloop. 894 (727) Tons. 1,011 (120) H.P. Commander-A. L. Douglas.....27 Jan. '76 Lieutenant-J. C. P. Walcot...14 May '78

do. -F. H. Davies.... 2 Jan. '78 Nav. Lieut.-T. B. Moody ...10 Sept. '77 Staff Surg. Thos. Cann, M.D..19 Oct. '76 Paymaster-H. W. P. Kooystra 9 Oct. '77 Chief Eng.-Peter Eckford 1 Dec. '77 Sub-Lieut.-D. Davies

8 Nov. '78 Engineer-Henry Laughrin...20 Sept. '77 Gunner-John Kirby Carpenter.-E. C. Eddy Clerk-W. B. Auten.. (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, Jan., 1878).

.....10 Sept. '77

.21 Mar. '79

16 April '79

ENCOUNTER, 14. S. Corvette. 1,934 (1,405) Tons. 2,127 (350) H.P. Captain--Hon. A. D. S. Deni-

son

Lieut.-F. C. B. B. Simpson..

do. -H. B. Elwyn do. (N) L. K. Bell

9 Jan. '79 9 Jan. '79 9 Jan. '79 .17 Sept. '78

...

230

Lieut.-C. H. Bayly

     do. -F. E. Groube Chaplain-Rev. H. B. Harper

B.A.

CHINA SQUADRON.

9 Jan. '79 9 Jan. '79

.20 Jan. '79

Staff Surgeon--M. Coates..... 9 Jan. '79 9 Jan. '79 Paymaster Wm. Rhodes. Chief Engineer-Geo. Quick...14 Aug. '78 Sub-Lieut.-H. P. Williams... 9 Jan. '79 do. Wm. De Salis 9 Jan. '79 Surgeon-Jas. B. Armstrong.. 9 Jan. '79 Engineer A. B. Gutteridge...21 Sept. '78 Gunner-Wm. Barrett (a.) Boatswin-R. Pratt ..... Carpenter-J. R. Radmore ... Assist. Eng.-F. W. Parkes... 9 Jan, '79 Clerk-H. W. Braddon..... 9 Jan. '79 Assist. Clerk-H. K. Horsey...15 Jan. '79 (Commissioned at Sheerness, 9th Jan., 1879).

2 Aug. '78 19 May '79 9 Aug. '78 9 Aug. '78

FLY, 4. Double Screw Composite Gun-Vessel.

     584 (464) Tons. 489 (120) H.P. CommanderA. F. St. Clair..12 Mar. '79 Lieutenant-Macvey Napier... 3 Mar. '79 do. (N) J.C. Roughton.11 Sept. '77 Surgeon-John Jeunings...... 7 Sept. '77 Assist. Paymaster in charge-

Samuel Crcoke...

.21 Sept. '77 Engineer-Geo. S. Newton ...28 Feb. '79 Assist. Eng.-Wm. J. Brown... 8 May '78 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, Jan., 1878).

FOXHOUND, 4. S. Composite Gunboat. 455 Tons. 470 H.P.

Lieut. and Com.-Wm. H. G.

Nowell

13 Nov. '77 Sub-Lieut.-D. Macpherson...17 Aug. '78 do. (N) S. Rawson ... 13 Nov. '77 Surgeon-Thos. C. Mugliston.13 Nov. '77 Assist. Paym. in charge-Geo.

       J. Clow Engineer Wm. Walker (b)...11 Jan. '79 Gunner-J. Swanson.......................

.31 July '77 (Commissioned at Devonport, Nov. 1877).

13 Jan. '79

FROLIC, 4. Double Screw Composite Gun-Vessel.

592 (462) Tons. 896 (100) H.P. Commander-S. H. Rickman..31 Dec. '78 Lieutenant-H. H. Barnard... 7 Dec. '75

       do. -E. L. Wilson ...10 Dec. '78 Nav. Lt.-Herbert J. Dockrell. 1 Dec. '75 Chief Eng.-W. R. Macavoy...27 Dec. '78 Surgeon--David B. Bookey ...10 Jan. '78 Aset. Pay. in ch.-S. E. Lark.. 8 Dec. '75

Engineer-James Campbell...20 April '76 do. -E. Tricker...... 8 Feb. '77 Gunner-Wm. C. Tarrant..... 1 Dec. '75 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, April 1876).

GROWLER, 4. Double Screw Composite Gun- Vessel.

584 (464) Tons. 696 (120) H.P. Commander-C. E. D. Willcox.22 Nov. '76 Lieutenant-Edward P. Jones.24 Nov. '76 do. -Charles Milne.... 6 July '76 Nav.-Lieut.-W.T. Thompson.24 Feb. '79 Chief Eng.-John Watson (b).. 9 April '78 Surgeon-George M. Cuffe.....28 Nov. '76 Assist. Paym. in charge-B.

B. Savile..

Engineer-J. P. Spurrell

18 Nov. '76

.21 Mar. '77

Boatswain-R. Oliver (act.)...13 May '79 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, Feb. 1877).

HART, 4 Double Screw Composite Gun-Vessel.

584 (464) Tons. 608 (120) H.P. Commander Richard Evans...18 June '77 Lieut.-Reginald B. Fulford... 9 Feb. '77

do. -Francis J. O. Thomas, 9 Feb. '77 Chief Eng.-Nathaniel Stearn. 3 May '77 Sub-Lieut.-(N) Keppel Wade.11 May 77 Surgeon-Alfred H. Miller..... 8 Aug. '78 Asst. Paym. in charge-Charles

de B. Steward....

27 June '77 Engineer-Walter Coleman...14 Feb. '77 Boatswain-Arthur Way...... 1 June '78 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, May 1877.)

HORNET, 4. Double Screw Composite Gun- Vessel.

584 (464) Tons. 506 (120) H.P. Commander-John S. Eaton..17 Aug. '77 Lieutenant-C. K. Purvis......27 Apr. '75

do. -W. F. Stirling...24 Nov. '76 Lieut. (N) John W. Brown...10 Aug. '77 Surgeon-H. B. Guppy, M.в... 4 June '77 Asst. Paym. in charge-R. C.

Hodder.

.18 Nov. '76 Engineer-W. Walker (a).....28 Feb. '77

do. -Thos. F. Brown....29 April '76 Boatswain G. J. Loveday 7 Dec. '77 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, Feb. 1877).

IRON DUKE, 14. Double-screw Iron Ship, Armour Plated. 6,034 (3,787) Tons. 4,268 (800) H.P.

Flag Ship. Vice-Admiral-Robert Coote,

C.B.

...26 Sept. '78

Dougall

Flag Lieut.-W. H. Maitland-

Secretary-B. Urwick

Commander-L. Ching

Lieut.-F. H. Haygarth

-E. G. Elwes...

CHINA SQUADRON,

231

Clerk-W. J. Willoughby ...10 April 279

.26 Sept. '78

do.

-J. Brumell.

28 Sept. '78

do.

Cl. to Sec.-A. J. Brows

15 July '78

Captain-H. F. Cleveland. ... 5 July '78

5 July '78

5 July '78

do.

5 July '78

do. −(1) C. G. Robinson...

4 June '78

do.

-(†) A. E. Clarke-Ken-

nedv

.5 July '78

-R. E. Clarke

5 July '78

3 Mar. '79

do. do.

George Drury

Staff Comm.-W. H. James... 5 July '78 Lt. Mar.Art.-H. C. Sutherland 5 July '78 Chaplain and Nav. Inst.-Rev

8 July '78

W. W. Parry, M.A. Fleet-Surg.-C. Morton 5 July '78 Paymaster-F. B. Moore...... 5 July '78 Chief Eng.-G. Fitzgerald ...18 Mar. '78 Sub-Lieut.-(x) A. Henderson.10 July '78 do. C. H. Sandham...30 Nov. '78 do. -E. W. Yorke...

6 May '79 Surgeon-W. H. Patterson

5 July '78 do. John S. Lambert... 5 July '78 Assist. Paym.-W. J. Brown..20 July '78

do.

-J. W. Chaster. 5 July '78 do. -H. A. Penicud.13 Nov. '78 Engineer-C. Thomson.. 3 Mar. '79 Wm. H. C. Gale...19 July '78 ....31 Jan. '78 5 July '78

do.

do.

-Thomas New

do. -John Keast

do. Henry Brown (b.)..17 Mar. '79 Gunner-W. Anthony.... .11 Oct. '78 Boatswain-Wm. Cooper. ..16 July '78

10 July '78 10 July '78 .10 July '78

do. -Richard Smith...17 April '79 Carpenter J. H. Griffiths ...16 July '78 Mid.-G. S. Shuckburgh

do. --C. F. Thursby do. -A. P. Ethelston. do.-H. H. Philips. do. -L. O. Browning do. -H. T. Hibbert do. -F. C. C. Pasco do.-G. M. Courage

do.-E. C. Hogg

22 Mar. '77

.16 July '78

7 Jan. '79

21 June '79

-C. D. W. Kiddle Assist. Clerk.-G. A. Fether-

stonhaugh

do. -C. Vivian......29 Jan. '79 The following officers are borne as additional

for various special services Ft. Surg.-R. C. P. Lawrenson 18 Jan. '78 For Lock Hospitals in China and Japan. Staff Surgeon-R. Nelson......11 Dec. '78 Surgeon-J. Wood

7 July '77 (For Sick Quarters, Yokohama.) Paymaster-G. W. Muir......22 Nov. '78 As Naval Accountant and Victualling Storekeeper at Yokohama. (Commissionedat Devonport, 5th July, 1878.)

KESTREL, 4. Double-screw Composite Gun-Vessel.

592 (462) Tons. 835 (100) H.P. Commander-Fred. Edwards..12 Apr. '78 Lieut.-Powell C. Underwood.27 Apr. 276 do. P. C. Dudgeon...... 6 Jan. 79 Nav. Lieut.-W. B. Meade... 1 Dec. '75 Chief Engineer-Jas. Edmonds 27 Sept. '78 Surgeon O. P. Browne, M.B.. 8 Dec. '75 Asst. Paym. in charge-C. E.

Byron

6 April '78 Engineer Wm. Landells .....11 Dec. '75

Gunner

(Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 20th April, 1876).

LAPWING, 3. Double-screw Gun-Vessel 774 (663) Tons. 882 (160) H.P. Commander-Wm. G. Scott... 7 Sept. '77 Lieutenant-W. L. Bignold...11 Sept. '77 do. -C. R. E. Leslie...14 Sept. '77 Nav. Lieut.-C. C. P. Bawden. 8 April '78 Staff Surgeon-Wm. D. Wods-

worth

.30 Aug. '79 Chief Eng.-Alex. Beattie (act)31 Jan, '79 Assistant Paymaster in charge-

.22 Dec. '77

10 July '78

26 July '78

27 July '78

26 July '78

W. E. E. Read

Engineer-Wm. J. Pettit

do.-P. N. Richards do. -J. W. M. Webb..

do.-G. Oliver...

Nav. Cudet-Hon. S. Hawke..

do. -J. J. B. Young...

Ast. Eng.-James J. Stuart...

10 July '78 21 June '77 .21 Dec. '78

2 Jan. '79

2 Jan. '79

5 July '78

.13 Nov. '78

do.

-J. Kerr

do.

-J. S. Rees

31 Mar. '79

do.

-J. G. Stevens

.31 July '79

do.

-A. J. John

.31 July '79

do.

-E. J. Austen

.31

July '79

Gunner-James Hall

8 Mar. '79

20 Sept. '77

10 Sept. '77

(Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 1st Jan., 1878.)

LILY, 3. Composite-screw Gun-Vessel.

700 Tons. 829 (95) H.P.

Commander-S. Grove......

Lieut.-A. C. Allen

7 Feb. '79

1 April '79

do. -(N.) A. W. Torlesse...23 Jan. '79

232

Staff Surg.-Jas. D. Smith

CHINA SQUADRON,

...

3 Feb. '79

(In lieu of Surgeon.)

Assist. Paymaster in charge-

      R. Read Engineer-A. G. Smith.....

4 Mar. '79

.17 Mar. '79

do. G. Elliott (act.) ...24 June '79 Gunner--J. Ruddy (act.).......25 Jan. '79 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 24th June, 1879.

MAGPIE, 3. Double Screw Surveying Vessel.

774 (665) Tons. 857 (160) H.P. Captain--R. H. Napier...17 Sept. '77 Lieut.-R. C. Prothero 3 July '76

do.

do.

do.

do.

-Gaspar J. Baker

24 Feb. 27

Andrew F. Balfour...24 Feb. '77 (N) George Pirie......24 Feb. '77 Edward P. Chapman 14 Aug. '78 Staff Surg.-Wm. Graham ...15 Feb. '77 Paymaster-T. W. Snell .11 Sept. '77 Chief Eng.-Andrew Watt....14 Feb. '77 Engineer-F. T. Russell...... 4 July '77 Boatswain-George Cutting...23 Feb. '77 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 1st November, 1878).

MIDGE, 4. Double-screw Composite Gun-Vessel.

     584 (464) Tons. 472 (120) H.P. Commander-Henry Salmond.11 Sept. '75 Lieut.-John W. W. Wells.....24 Nov. '76 do. John L. Eagles.........26 Nov. '78 Nav.-Lt.-J. H. Woolward.... 3 Nov. '76 Surgeon-Ed. W. Luther......28 Nov. '76 Assist. Paymaster in charge-

-R. P. Hawkshaw..19 Aug. '76 Engineer-John Fawcett.......26 Oct. 76 do. W. A. M. Vivyan.. 26 Oct. '76 Boatswain-Joseph Pill 15 Nov. '76 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 18th February, 1877).

J

MODESTE, 14. S. Corvette. 1,934 (1,405) Tons. 2,177 (350) H.P. Capt. James G. Mead.16 Jan. '78 Lieut.-John D. Nicholls 9 Feb. '77 do. Harry S. F. Niblett... 9 Feb. '77 do. Hon. F. Spring-Rice...23 July '78 Nav. Lieut.-G. T. Napier....24 Feb. '77 Chaplain-

Staf Surg.-G. W. L. Harrison15 Feb. '77 Paymaster-H. M. Harrison...13 Feb. '77 Chief Eng.-John Boswell.....15 Feb. '77 Sub-Lieut.-Edward J. Bain... 9 Feb. '77 Surgeon-S. T. O'Grady .25 Feb. '78

Assist. Paym.-R. Dinwiddie.....20 July '77 Engineer-

Gunner-F. J. Nuthall...

Boatswain---James Collins..

Carpenter-

13 Feb. '77

7 Dec. '77

Asst. Eng-J. W. Midgley (act.)18 Sept. '77 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 11th May, 1877).

MOORHEN, 4. S. Composite Gun-boat. 455 Tons. 387 H.P.

Lieut. & Com.-W. M. Carey...28 July '77 Sub-Lieut.-P. Hewett.........23 Jan. '79 Nav. Sub-Lieut.-F. Lancelot..11 Apr. '77 Surgeon-L. H. Kellett, M.B....30 June '79 Assist. Paym. in charge-A.

Hume

8 Apr. '79 .17 Mar. '79 Engineer-G. S. Cornish Assist. Eng.-J. R. Galpin ...17 Mar. '79 Gunner-J. S. Rice (act.)......25 Jan. '79 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 25th June, 1879).

MOSQUITO, 4. S. Composite Gun-Boat. 430 (295) Tons. 501 (60) H.P. Lieut. & Com.-G. A. G. Grey. 4 Oct. '77 Sub-Lt.-Hon. H. A. Denison 4 Jan. '77 Nav. Sub-Lt.-C. C. Jeffery... 1 Feb. '79 Surgeon J. Dudley, M.B.......27 Jan. '79 Assist. Paymaster in charge-

.26 Sept. '79

17 Mar. '79

.17 Mar. '79

A. K. Tuson Engineer-T. Scott (b). do. G. H. Cook. Gunner-C. H. Deighton......25 Jan. '79 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 25th

June, 1879).

PEGASUS, 6. S. Composite Sloop. 1,124 Tons. 970 H.P.

Commander-Hon. H. N. S.

Hood

Lieut.-F. Hutchinson

do.

5 Mar. '79

5 Mar. '79

.18 Oct. '78

5 Mar. '79

5 Mar. '79

5 Mar. '79 3 Mar. '78 5 Mar. '79 5 Mar. '79 5 Mar. '79 19 Oct. '78 19 June '78

(N) A. L. Murray. do. F. C. G. Langdon Staff Surgeon-A. W. Whitley Paymaster-E. Hickson Chief Eng.-W. Rumble Sub-Lieut.-W. B. May Surg.-J. O'B. Williams, M.D. Assit. Pay.-J. M. Bruce Gunner W. H. K. Bray (act.) Carpenter-G. Reed Assist. Eng.-J. J. Frost

(Commissioned at Devonport, 5th March, 1879).

4

5 Mar. '79

SHELDRAKE, 4.

455 Tons.

CHINA SQUADRON.

S. Com. Gun-boat. 367 H.P.

Lieut. & Com.-M. L. Bridger 7 Feb. '79 Sub-Lieut.(N) J. F. Stuart...16 Sept. '78 do. -A. W. Carter 4 Jan. '77 Surgeon-H. J. Madders, M.D. 27 Jan. '79 Assist. Paym. in charge-E.

Lander

Engineer-T. Cape...

...

4 Mar. '79 .17 Mar. '79

do. -H. G. Burr

Gunner-J. Mahoney

..17 Mar, '79 3 Nov. '77

(Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 24th June, 1879).

SWINGER, 4. S. Composite Gun-Boat.

      430 (295) Tons. 461 (60) H.P. Lieut. and Com.-O. P. Tudor.22 Nov. '76 Sub-Lieut-Walter V. Anson.17 Jan. '78 N. Sub. Lt.-H. B. Hawkshaw.25 Nov. '76 Surgeon W. E. Bennett......28 Nov. '76 Asst. Paym. in ch.-W. H. W.

Markham

                       18 Nov. '76 Engineer-John T. Dominy...26 Oct. '76 Boatswain-James Murphy...15 Nov. '76

(Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 18th February, 1877).

SYLVIA, 4. Screw Surveying-Vessel. 877 (695) Tons. 689 (150) H.P. Commander-Pelham Aldrich.27 July '77 Lieut.-Richard F. Hoskyn...15 Nov. '73

do.

-Cecil F. Oldham...

......15 Nov. '73 do. (N) Arthur Havergal..14 Feb. '77 do. E. C. H. Helby......14 Ang. '78 Staff Surg.-Mark A. Harte...15 Feb. '77 Paym.-Norcott D'E. Roberts.13 Feb. '77 Chief Engineer-Samuel Swan.14 Feb. '77 Sub-Lieut-G. W. Gubbins....17 Jan. '78 Eng.-Chas. E. Stewart (a.) 14 Feb. '79 Boatswain James Redman...16 Feb. '77 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 9th May, 1877).

VICTOR EMANUEL, 2. Ship. 5,157 (3,087) Tons.

Receiving Ship at Hongkong.

1 Mar. '79

(Commodore of the 2nd Class.)

Captain-T. E. Smith

Lieut.-W. G. Carrow

do. H. C. A. Baynes

Secretary-Sydney W. Wright 22 April '79

6 Mar. '79 7 Mar. '79

233

Nav. Lieut.-H. D. Walker... 6 July '78 Lieut. Mar.-H. L. Anstruther 18 April '79 Staff Surg.-G. Bolster ........10 July '77

Winter- Paymaster Thos.

22 Nov. '78

bottom Surgeon-H. X. Browne 8 Aug. '78 Gunner-C. Mahoney

....18 Dec. '78 Boatswain-John Cullinane...28 May '70 Carpenter-John Barr..........23 April'78 Clerk-J. H. F. Champion ...10 May '79 Assist. Clerk-G. T. Backwell.10 April '79 The following officers are borne for various services. Staff Comm.-G. P. Heather..20 Oct. '76 Paymaster-John Bremner...16 Jan. '72 (Naval and Victualling Storekeeper.) Inspector of Machinery-R. H.

do.

Sleeman

1 May '79 Engineer-T. E. Williams ...23 April '79 -R. A. Shapcott ...13 Nov. '78

For Hongkong Yard. Engineer-A. Shoolbread.......24 July '77 (For reventing heavy guns.) Chaplain-Rev. C. Clark...... 1 Jan. '77 Boatswain R. Melling 8 May '70 For Hongkong Hospital. Paymaster W. B. Hutchinson 22 Nov. '78 For service at Shanghai. (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 1st December, 1874).

VIGILANT, 2. P. Dispatch Vessel. 985 (835) Tons. 1,815 (250) H.P. Lt. & Com.-W. M. Annesley.17 Sept. '77 Lieut.-(N) T. F. Thomas....11 Sept. '77 Staff Surgeon G. Robertson.. 7 Sept. '77 Chief Eng.-Charles Ware.....20 Sept. '77 Sub-Lieut.-H. M. Murphy...17 Aug. '78 Assist. Paym, in charge-Chas.

W. Jago..

24 Aug. '76 Engineer-W. T. Galdie......20 Sept. '77 do. -Edward Price.....25 April '78 Boatswain Wm. Marcbant...10 Sept. '77 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 1st Jan., 1878.)

ROYAL NAVAL HOSPITAL. Mount Shadwell.

Deputy Inspector General-Thos. J. Breen Surgeons-Thos. O'Sullivan, M.D., Chas.

Lyon Vasey

Chaplain-Rev. Chas. Clark

Civil Service Clerk-George Coles

Dispenser in charge of Stores-G. C. Ewing

FRENCH NAVAL SQUADRON IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

French Naval Squadron.

ARMIDE, 12. Ironclad of second rank. 450 H.P. 3,850 Tons.

Flagship.

Commander-in-Chief in China and Japan

Waters-Contre Amiral Duburquois Commandant and Chief of Staff-De Labar-

rière, capitaine de vaisseau Second in Command-Lamarque Theinard,

capitaine de frégate

Surgeon of Division-Normand, médecin

principal

Chaplain - L'abbé Oury

do.

Secretary-Antoine, lieutenant de vaisseau Aide-de-camp-Saget de la Jouchère Officer of Ordnance-Houette, enseigne de

vaisseau

Officer of Watch-Nabona, licut. de vaisseau

do.

do.

-Viala, -Duplessis,

do.

-Pornain,

do.

-De Lansac,

do.

do.

do.

do.

Executive Officer--Michel, sous commis-

saire

Naval Architect-Cabany

Mechanic of first class-Marié

Assistant Surgeon-Parès

Naval Cadets-Gauchet, Simon, Thomine,

Morin, Lemaire, Costet, Paillet

CHAMPLAIN, 70.

450 H.P.

Cruiser of 2nd class.

2,000 Tons.

Commandant-Michaud, capitaine vais-

seau

Second in Command-Bourgarel, capitaine

de frégate

Officer of Watch-De Rotrou, lieutenant

de vaisseau

do.

-La Courné,

do.

-Paufré,

do.

-Prévert,

do.

vaisseau

do.

do.

do.

-De Miniac, enseigne de

Executive Officer-De Miniac, sous com-

missaire

Surgeon of second class-Godet Mechanic of second class-Jubeau Assistant Surgeon-Aubry

Naval Cadets-Fautrad, Allaire, Maitre.

KERGUELEN, 6.

Cruiser of 3rd class.

250 H.P. 1,350 Tons. Commandant-Mathieu, capitaine de fré-

gate

Second in Command-Fabre de Lamau-

relle, lieutenant de vaisseau Ensign-Vicomte de Champfeu

do.

-Schmitz

do. De Rognancourt Keravel Executive Officer-Le Marquand, aide

commissaire

Surgeon of 1st class-Solland

Assistant Surgeon-Saboulle

Naval Cadets-Caron, Davoust

LYNX, 4. Gunboat of 1st class. 100 H.P. 500 Tons.

Commandant-E. Fournier, capitaine de

frégate

Second in Command-Boyer, lieutenant de

vaisseau

Ensign-Blondel

do.

-Barbin

Executive Officer-Testard, aide commis-

saire

Surgeon of second class-Prat

Y

U. S. NAVAL SQUADRON IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

United States Naval Forces on the Asiatic Station.

Commander in Chief, Rear Admiral-T. H

Patterson

Flag Lieutenant-Richard Wainwright Aids-Lieutenant Richard G. Davenport,

Ensigu Geo. C. Foulk

Secretary to Commander in Chief-Oscar

G. Sawyer

Clerk to Commander in Chief-D. W. Pat-

terson

Fleet Engineer-Chas. H. Baker

   do. Paymaster-Gilbert E. Thornton do. Surgeon-David Kindleberger do. Marine Officer-Capt. J. H. Higbie!

"RICHMOND."

2nd Rate. 14 Guns. 2,000 Tons. Flag Ship

Captain-A. E. K. Benham Executive Officer-Lieutenaut Com. Lewis

Clark

Navigator-Lieut. C. S. Sperry

Watch Officers--Lieuts. T. H. Stevens, B. H. Buckingham, N. J. K. Patch, S. N. May; Master Henry McRea Ensign F. J. Milligan, Captain's clerk Cadet Midshipmen- J. G. Quimby, C. N. Atwater, W. C. Caufield, W. L. Todd, A. C. Almy, F. J. Sprague, T. W. Ryan, A. G. Rogers, J. H. Hethering-

ton

P. A. Surgeon-J. F. Bransford Assistant Surgeon-Clement Biddle

P. A. Engineers-N. P. Toune, J. L. Wan-

num

Assist. do.

Cadet do.

-W. L. Cathcart -J. L. Gow

2nd Lieut. U. S. M. C.-R. Dickens Boatswain-J. B. Aikin Gunner-T. B. Watkins Carpenter J. P. Carter Sailmaker-Francis Boom

Paymaster's Clerks-C. C. Pearson, F. J.

Raymond

"ASHUELOT."

3rd Rate. 6 Guns. 786 Tons. Commander-M. S. Johnson Executive Officer-Lieut. A. B. Cauden Navigator W. S. Cowles

Watch Officers-Lieuts. F. Singer, C. Sey- mour; Master Albert T. Freeman; En- signs Chas. W. Deering, A. L. Case, Jr. Engineers Chief Eng. H. D. McEwen, Passed Assistant Eng. A. C. Engard Paymaster-J. T. Addicks Surgeon-P. Asst. Surg. P. Fitzsimons Mate-A. F. Callender

MONOCACY."

747 Tons.

3rd Rate. 6 Guns. Commander-Geo. W. Suniner Executive Officer-Lieut. R. M. Cutts Navigator-Lieut. G. G. Clay

Watch Officers-Lieut. C. E. Colaban, Master H. C. T. Nye, Ensigns B. H. Townley, W. McLean Paymaster-Ed. N. Whitehouse Surgeon-A. F. Price

Engineers-P. A. Engs. John P. Kelly,

Frank Ashton

Assist. Engineer-W. O. Chrisman Paymaster's Clerk-D. Mouat

}

23+

NAVAL SQUADRONS IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

"ALERT."

       3rd Rate. 4 Guns. 541 Tons. Commander-C. L. Huntington Executive Officer-Lieut. Wm. Watts Navigator Lieut. H. C. Hunter Watch Officers-Lieut. Robt. G. Peck, Masters A. J. Datney, Wm. P. Clayson, Chas. F. Norton; Ensign F. H. Holmes Cadet Midshipmen-L. M. Garrett, R. S. Sloan, C. H. Harlow, G. H. Brown, W. Thom Paymaster-Assist. Paymaster O. C. Tif-

fany

Surgeon-Passed Asst. Chas. A. Siegfried Chief Engineer-Chief Eng. Ed. Farmer Cadet Engineers-F. C. Bieg, Howard

Gage, G. E. Burd

Commander's Clerk-Mate P. C. van Bus-

kerk

Paymaster's Clerk-Jas. Bishop Boatswain-J. Sheehan

Carpenter-R. Agnew

4th Rate.

"PALOS."

6 Guns,

306 Tons.

Lieut. Commander-Jas. G. Green Executive Officer-Lieut. C. A. Adams Watch Officers-Master R. H. M. Lean, Ensigns Chas. Laird, G. H. Worcester, F. E. Beatty

Paymaster-Asst. Paymaster Chas. W.

Littlefield

Surgeon-P. Asst. Surgeon C. J. Herndon Engineer-W. B. Bayley

U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, YOKOHAMA.

Surgeon in charge-Surg. A. C. Rhoades Passed Asst. Surgeon-Thos. H. Streets Assist. Paymaster-H. E. Drury

NAVAL STOREHOUSE, NAGASAKI. Paymaster in charge-W. W. Barry Paymaster's Clerk-J. Barry

CANTON GUNBOAT SQUADRON.

"AN-LAN."

7 Guns. 250 Tons. 75 H.P.

Commander--Jno. Godsil

1st Lieutenant-A. G. Woodley 2nd do. -J. Cormack

Chief Engine r-R. M. Edwards Assist. do.

Brown

Gunners--W. Payne, A. Gange

"CHEN-TO."

7 Guns. 250 Tons. 75 H.P. Commander-Jas. Stewart 1st Lieutenant-H. H. Adamson 2nd do. -R. H Nazer

    Chief Engineer-Jo. Pender Second do, W. Aitkin Gunners--F. Lord, J Lowe

"CHING-TSING."

4 Guns. 180 Tons. 60 H.P. Commander-F. Bessard 1st Lieutenant-Jno. Leroux Chief Engineer-A. Aurget

"SUI-TSING."

4 Guns. 180 Tons. 60 II.P. Commander-Juo. Calder Acting Commander--J. B. Murray Chief Engineer-Jno. White

"TSING-FO."

4 Guns. 180 Tons. 60 H.P. Commander A. Garceau 1st Lieutenant-E. Le Coq 2nd do. -V. Gardonne

Chief Engineer-L. Michas Assist. do. B. Bessac

GERMAN SQUADRON IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

S.M.S. "PRINZ ADALBERT." 2,856 R.T. 4,800 H.P. 12 Guns. Kapitain zur See-MacLean, Kommandant Korvetten-Kapitain-Koester, erster offi-

zier

Kapitain-Lieutenant-Bendemann

do.

-von Seckendorff,

Militair-Gouverneur S.KH. des Prinzen Heinrich von Prussen

Kapitain-Lieutenant-von Debschitz

Lieutenant zur See-von Ahlefeld

do.

do.

do.

do.

-Hirschberg

-Wedrich

Oelrichs

-Usedom

Unter-Lieut. zur See-S.K.H. Prinz Hein-

do.

do.

do.

do.

rich von Preussen

--von Malapert-Neuf-

-von Heeringen

ville

Friedrich

-Benzler

Stabsartzt Dr. Braune

Assistenz-artzt-Dr. Thörner

Ister. Ingenieur-Holländer

Zahlmeister-Kampf Marine Pfarrer-Nauck

S.M.S. "LUISE."

1,309 R.T. 2,100 H.P. 8 Guns Korvetten. Kapitain-Schering, Komman.

dant

Kapitain-Lieut.-von Diederichs, erster

offizier

-Herz

Lieutenant zur See-von Arnoldi

do.

do.

do.

-Hildebrandt

-Becker II.

Unter-Lieut. zur See-Pohl

do.

do.

-Capelle

-Schnars

Assistenz-artzt-Dr. Königer Zahlmeister-Butterwegge

S.M. GUNBOAT "ALBATROSS." 601 R.T. 600 H.P. 4 Guns. Korvetten-Kapitain-Mensing I., Kom-

mandant

Kapitain-Lieut.-Rötger, erster offizier Lieutenant zur See-Wachenhusen

do.

do.

-Vüllers

Etienne

Unter-Lieut. zur See-Muchall-Viebroock Assistenz-artzt-Dr. Groppe

Zahlmeister--Böhme

S.M. GUNBOAT "WOLF." 428 R.T. 340 H.P. 4 Guns. Korvetten-Kapitain-Becks, Kommandant Lieutenant zur See-Hermann, erster offi

zier

Unter-Lieut. zur See-Gercke I.

da.

-Collas

Assistenz-artat--Dr. Dippe Zahlmeister-Köpke

S.M. GUNBOAT "CYCLOP."

350 R.T.

250 H.P. 4 Guns.

Kapitain-Lieut.--von Schuckmann, Kom-

mandant

Lieut. zur See-Grill, erster offizier

Unter Lieut. zur See-Guth

do.

-Gildemeister

Assistenz-artzt-Dr. Fischer

Zahlmeister-Zühlsdorff

PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS,

DEALING WITH FOREIGNERS.

General Chinese Merchants.

Chun Cheong, 58, Bonham strand.

Chun Cheong Wing, 77, Bonham

strand West.

Chun Cheung, 145, Wing Lok

Fong.

Fook Yuen Loong, 43, Wing Lok

Fong.

Hing Foong Shing, 62, Bonham

strand West.

Hing Tai Chan, 44, Bonham

strand.

Kwai Mow, 9A, Praya West.

Kwong Cheong Loong, 16, Bonhamı

strand.

ifi Kwong Chenng Tai, 30, Bonham

MÃI

strand

Kwong Fook Wo, 5A, Praya West.

Kwong Foong Wo, 54, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Man Cheung, 18, Bonham

strand West.

Kwong Mow Tai, 98, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Shun Loong, 63, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Tai Cheung, 58, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Wing Shing, 46, Bonham

strand West.

Kwong Wing Shun, 101, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Wo Cheung, 64, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Yu Cheong, 85, Bonham

strand.

Chun Tuk Cheung, 87, Wing Lok

Fong.

和豐廣

行源振

Chun Yuen Hong, 12, Bonham

strand West.

Fook Mow Loong, 48, Bonham

strand West.

泰茂廣

Fook Shing Loong, 74, Praya.

隆順廣

隆源福

記煜昌厚

Hau Cheong Yook Kee, 49,

Bonham strand West.

成豐慶

信永腐

A Hop Hing Hong, 124, Bonham

strand.

昌裕廣

A Hop Tai Wo, 3, Bonham strand

West.

成福萬

Hung Him Tai, 10, Wing Lok

Fong.

棧興萬

山萬

Hung Yik, 24, Praya West.

泰同萬

Kin Foong Hong. 32, Bonham

strand West.

祥和茂

Kin Nam, 24, Wing Lok Fong.

隆成

West.

隆泰乾 Kin Tai Loong, 63, Bonham strand | 順豐泰 strand.

Kung Sun Chan, 27, Praya West.

記合美德

Tuk Mee Hop Kee, 11, Bonham

strand West.

Hung Kee, 68, Bonham strand.

Man Fook Shing, 62, Bonham

strand.

Man Hing Chan, 85, Bonham

strand West.

Man San, 48, Bonham strand.

Man Tung Tai, 43D, Praya West.

Mow Wo Cheung, 40, Wing Lok

Fong.

Shing Loong, 58, Bonham strand.

Tai Fung Shun, 71, Ronham

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Tung Shang Loong, 26, Bonham

strand.

Tung Shang Wo, 2, Bonham strand

EAF Tung Tại Shing, 14, Bonham

strand West.

Tung Tuk Hong, 68, Wing Lok

Fong.

strand.

和悅福

239

Fook Yuet Wo, 86, Wing Lok

Fong.

Hang Cheong Tai, 130, Wing Lok

Fong.

ALE Kü Kee, 18, Wing Lok Fong.

Wing Cheung Kut, 40, Bonham

和協廣

Wing E Cheong, 64, Praya West.

和經廣

貞利永

Wing Lee Ching, 50, Bonham

strand.

Wing On Hong, 106, Wing Lok

Fong.

Wing Shing Shun, 59, Bonham

strand West.

Wing Tung Hing, 38, Bonham

strand West.

Wo Kee, 70, Bonham strand West.

West.

Yee Cheong, 16, Bonham strand.

Kwan Loong Shing, 94, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Hip Wo, 88, Praya West.

Kwong King Wo, 84, Praya West.

Kwong Man Fung, 86, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Nam Hing, 38, Wing Lok

Fong,

Kwong Shun Loong, 96, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Sang Tye, 107, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Tai Cheong, 190, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Tai Yuen, 93, Praya Cen-

tral.

Kwong Tuk Wing, 58, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Tung Chan, 18, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Yuen Tai, 111, Praya.

Kwong Wo Shing, 68, Praya West,

Ling Wan, 16, Queen street.

Mee Fook, 100, Praya West.

Ming Kee, 61, Wing Lok Fong.

興順和

Wo Shun Hing, 52, Bonham strand

泰和

Wo Tai, 64, Bonham strand West.

榮德店

Wo Tuk Hing, 11a, Praya.

*

行隆祐

Yau Loong Hong, 16, Praya.

昌義

正昌怡

豐怡 記怡

Yee Cheong Ching, Fung Tang,

74, Bonham strand. Yee Foong, 22, Bonham strand

West.

雲凌

福美

行順怡

泰順義 泰怡

Yee Shun Tai, 66, Bonham strand

West.

和英兆

Yee Tai, 28, Bonham strand West. Yee Yik Hong, 47, Bonham strand.

利泰新

生泰

行發元

Yuen Fat Hong, 10, Bonham

strand West. Yut Loong, 26, Wing Lok Fong.

棧昌永

EX

Wing Yee Yuen, 95, Wing Lok

Fong.

Yee Kee, 50, Bonham strand West. Yee On Hong, 195, Praya West.

Yee Shun Hong, 42, Bonham

strand.

Se Shing Wo Kee, 48, Wing

Lok Fong.

Sing Tai, 36, Wing Lok Fong,

Shiu Ying Wo, 143, Wing Lok

Fong.

Sun Tai Lee, 86, Praya West.

Tai Sung, 26, Praya West.

Wing Cheong Chan, 18, Queen

street.

Wing Cheung Shing, 82, Praya

West.

General Commission Agents.

Choy Cheong Loong, 2, Praya

West.

Chun Tuk Wing, 14, Queen street.

Fong.

榮德俊

              祥興友 和生福 Fook Shang Wo, 66, Wing Lok

棧生義

Wing Wo Yuen, 85, Praya West.

Wo Chan, 20, Queen street.

Wo Mee, 62, Praya West.

Yau Hing Cheung, 45, Wing Lok

Fong.

Yee Sang Chan, 56, Bonham

strand.

240

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

成豐豫

Yu Foong Shing, 5, Praya West.

昌裕

Yu Cheong, 22, Bonham strand.

昌生裕

Yu Sang Cheong, 32, Praya West.

昌元 Yuen Cheong, 99, Bonham stran

Bakers,

Barbers.

隆意

E Loong, 31, Endicott's lane.

福亞

A Fook, 4, Wellington street.

昌建

和廣

Kin Cheong, 26, Endicott's lane.

Kwong Wo, 28, Endicott's lane.

Wing Yik, 13, Queen's road East.

泰順

Bankers.

勝義

盛悅

A Hing, la, Stanley street.

Chow Lee, 330, Hollywood road.

Nam Sang, 44, Wellington street.

Shun Hing Tai, 6A, Wellington

street.

Shun Tai, 1A, Stanley street.

Yee Sing, 21, Gage street.

Yuet Shing, 4a, Wellington 'street.

Cheung Yuen, 119, Queen's road

E

Central.

Cheong, 103, Bonham strand.

E Loong, 109, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Hang Wo, 105, Wing Lok Fong.

Kwan Kee, 108, Queen's road

Central,

Bird's-nest Merchants.

Man Loong, 148, Queen's road

West.

Wing Yuen, 250, Queen's road

Central.

記關

亨利

Li Hung, 123, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Li Kee, 115, Queen's road Cen-

隆合義

Yee Hop Loong, 111, Jervois street.

tral.

Lün Fat, 147A, Queen's road

Min Wo, 103, Bonham strand.

Shing On, 147c, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Shun Cheong, 97, Bonham strand.

Shun On, 107, Bonham strand.

記輝

Sze Tye, 66, Wing Lok Fong.

Tuen Kee, 55, Bonham strand.

德大

Tuk On, 51, Bonham strand.

ALTO

Block Makers.

Fi Kee, 19, Endicott's lane.

Hop Lee, 24, Endicott's lane.

Tai Tuk, 38, Gilman's street.

Wo Kee, 18, Endicott's lane.

新維

生和永

Tung Kut, 1478, Queen's road

Central.

Wai Shun, 87, Bonham strand.

Wing Wo Sang, 20, Bonham

strand.

昌祐

Yau Cheong, 10, Bonham strand.

Bookbinders.

Cheung Shing, 2, Graham street.

隆益

Yik Loong, 68, Wing Lok Fong.

盛致

Chee Shing, 44, Wellington street.

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

241

  盛福 興

Fook Shing, 11A, Stanley street.

lar street.

隆匯 Wui Loong, Yee Look, 12, D'Agui-

Hip Hing, 22, D'Aguilar street.

和悅

Yut Wo, A Cho, 26, Circular

Pathway.

Lee Shing, 9, Stanley street.

hx jill Kee Shing, 52a, Queen' road Cen-

tral.

Tai Sing, 23, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

成天

Tin Shing, 56, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

盛維

Wai Shing, 13, Stanley street.

祥義

盛源

Yuen Shing, 58, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

和裕

Chair Makers.

Yee Cheung, 14, Wellington street- Yee Tuk, 12, Wellington street.

Yü Wo, 16, Wellington street.

Hip Shing, Ahok, 19, D'Aguilar

Kwong Cheong, 20, Wellington

street.

Kwong Fat, 24, Wellington street.

來醫 Kwong Loi, 61, Wellington street.

Kwong Shing, 10, Wellington

Kwong Yuet Loong, 6, D'Aguilar

Carpenters.

Cheong Loong, 54, Wellington

street.

I Chun Loi, 237, Queen's road East.

來晋

Fung Shing, 27, D'Aguilar street.

street.

street.

street.

Charterers.

Hop Kee, 87, Wing Lok Fong.

Hung On Tai, 59, Wing Lok Fong.

Kum Cheung Tai, 41, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Hing, Ah-yon, 57, Praya.

源利廣 局商招輪 Kook, 22, Praya (China

Kwong Lee Yuen, 133, Queen's

road Central.

Lun Shun Chiu Sheung

Merchants' S. N. Co.)

Man On Loong, 95, Bonham

strand.

隆安萬

棧客利

Ming Lee Hak Chan, 53, Praya

Central.

盛茂

East

East.

Mow Shang, 21, D'Aguilar street.

Mow Shing, 48, Wellington street. Shing Wo, 26, Wellington street. Sing Cheong, 131, Queen's road

昌泗 Sze Cheong, 143, Queen's road

殘公源普

盛維

Po Yuen Kung Chan, 76,

Wing Lok Fong.

Soey Shing, 90, Bonham strand.

Tai Loy Chan, 20, Wing Lok Fong.

bff Wai Shing, 129, Queen's road

Central.

興和

益泰

Tai Yik, Duddell street.

Wo Hing. 89, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

全德

祥水

豐和

Tuk Chuen, 30, Queen's road East. Tung Mow, 99, Wellington street. Tung Shing, 39, Wellington street.

Wing Cheung, 42, D'Aguilar street. Wing Lee, 2, Duddell street.

Wing Shing, 6, Wellington street.

Wo Foong, 55, Queen's road East.

Chinaware Dealers.

Fook Hing, 104, Bonham strand

King Cheong, 20, Queen's road

West.

A Kung Hing, 98, Bonham strand.

Kwong Fook Cheong, 175, Queen's

road West.

242

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Loong Yuen, 132, Bonham strand

德怡

/ Yee Tuk, 50, Queen's road East.

EX

盛怡

Yee Shing, 151, Queen's road.

慶裕

Yü Hing, 142, Queen's road West.

Cigar Dealers.

Kwong Hing Wo, 133, Queen's

road.

盛全

記源蕭

Sew Yuen Kee, 24A, Queen's road

Central.

和惠

Wai Wo, 55, Queen's road Central.

隆阜

Clothiers and Drapers.

fi

Atick, 1, Wyndham street.

薰南

FL

Sam Hing, 88, Queen's road Cen-

隆興新

tral.

See Wo, 71, Queen's road Central.

興泰

Tung Cheong, 95, Queen's road

Cotton and Yarn Merchants.

元綿

Chuen Shing, 154, Queen's road

East.

Chun Cheong Tai, 16, Wing Lok

Fong.

Fow Loong, 25, Wing Lok Fong.

Hop Fat, 7, Wing Lok Fong.

Kin Hing Cheung, 4, Aberdeen

street.

Min Yuen, 928, Wellington street.

Nam Fun, 8, Bonham strand.

Sun Hing Loong, 32, Wing Lok

Fong.

Sun Hop Loong, 101, Wing Lok

Fong.

Tai Hing, 104, Aberdeen street.

Yuet Loong, 23, Wing Lok Fong.

Central.

Coal Merchants.

Shing Lee, 37, Tung-mun lane.

Wing On Cheung, 65, Praya West.

泰昌時

記榮

Wing Kee, 15, Endicott's lane.

生怡

Yee Sang, 45, Praya Central.

典義

Contractors.

泰義

Dyers.

Se Cheong Tai, 330, Hollywood

road.

Soey Cheong, 4, Gap street.

Wing Yee Cheong, 96, Wellington

street

Yee Hing, 3, Hillier street.

Yee Tai, 6, Gap street.

德廣

Kwong Tuk, 66, First street, West

Point.

源德

Kwong Yuen, 33, Bonham strand.

Kwong Loi, 51, Second street,

West Point.

Tuk Yuen, 57, Queen's road East.

Tung E, 4, Tun Wo lane.

Tung Wah, 73, Queen's road.

Eating House Keepers.

Fook Hing Kü, 74, Bonham strand.

Hang Fa Lou, 281, Queen's road

Central.

樓香杏

記和

Wo Kee, 99, Queen's road East

樓芳萬

Hang Heung Lou, 122, Queen's

road Central,

Kwong Man Loi, 53B, Praya

Central.

Man Fong Lou, 42, Wing Lok

Fong.

樓品

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Yat Pan Lou, 100A, Queen's road

Central.

Yee Wai Kü, 32, Bonham strand.

Fancy Goods Stores.

昇洪

興廣

Cheung Wo, 28, Queen's road.

Ching Cheong, 92, Queen's road

Central.

Cheong Tai, 189, Queen's road

West.

Hoong Sing, 106, Queen's road,

Kwan Tai, 104, Queen's road.

Kwong Hing, 176, Queen's road. Kwong Wo, 52B, Queen's road.

Ming King, 48, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

243

Kwong Wah Yuen, 54, Wing Lok

Fong.

Leong Yee, 119, Bonham strand.

Vi Sung Tại Loong, 82, Bonham

棧記和

Wo

strand.

Kee Chan, 59, Praya.

AL Ying Kee, 79, Bonham strand

West.

Furniture Dealers.

tral.

泰隆語 Chu Loong Tai, Queen's road Cen- 祥利廣 Kwong Lee Cheung, 37, Queen's

road Central.

Nam Sing Loong, 192, Queen's

road

Shuey Sang, 168, Queen's road.

Sun Shing, 62, Queen's road.

興注时

Wah Loong, 60, Queen's road.

盛全

昌恒 興麗

隆興南

Nam Hing Loong, 93, Queen's road

Central.

和志

隆昇南

盛泰

Tai Shing, 78, Queen's road.

Tung Cheong, 162, Queen's road.

Tung Hing, 188, Queen's road

West.

隆華

生麗

Wing Cheong Loong, 1B, Graham

生南

興寶

Wing Cheung, 109, Queen's road

利和

Wo Lee, 68, Queen's road.

昌生

tral.

泰和 Wo Tye, 100, Queen's road Cen-

隆盛

盛裕

Yu Shing, 82, Queen's road.

章元

Yuen Cheong, 54, Queen's road

Central.

源匯 隆怡

street.

Wing Cheung Sang, 147F, Queen's

road Central.

West.

Gold Dealers.

Chee Wo, 69, Bonham strand. Cheong Yuen, 64, Wing Lok Fong. Cheong Shing, 52, Wing Lok Fong.

Chüen Shing, 29, Bonham strand.

Hung Cheong, 62, Wing Lok Fong.

Lai Hing, 71, Bonham strand.

Lai Loong, 39, Bonham strand.

Lai Sang, 35, Bonham strand.

Nam Sang, 53, Bonham strand.

Po Hing, 45, Bonham strand.

Po Sang, 48, Wing Lok Fong.

Sang Cheong, 52, Bonham strand. Wing Shing Loong, 24, Bonham

strand.

Wui Yuen, 62, Wing Lok Fong.

Yee Loong, 109, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Flour Merchants.

Kwan Yü Yee, 56, Wing Lok Fong.

Kwong Ying Cheong, 90, Wing

Lok Fong.

Gold and Silver Smiths.

Chai Nam, 76, Wellington street. Cheong Hing, 3, Queen's road

East.

義喩均

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

244

昌利

Lee Cheong, 145, Queen's road.

安宜

貞利

Lee Ching, 1c, Peel street.

Lee Sing, 24A, Queen's road.

Nam Sing, 72, Wellington street.

Wing Chun, 17, Graham street.

盛永

Wung Hing, 69, Queen'sroad East.

Wing Shing, 46, Stanley street.

Gun Makers.

Yee On, 19, Hillier street.

Wing Lee, 152, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Iron and Copper Smiths.

南利 Lee Nam, 8, Endicott's lane. 典素 Nam Hing, 9, Endicott's lane.

Sun Cheong, 346. Queen's road

West.

Sze Cheong, 342, Queen's road

West.

Tang Yik, 65B, Wellington street.

Yee Cheong, 33, Queen's road.

勝全

Chün Sing, 190, Queen's road West.

Chun Loong, 156, Queen's road

West.

昌怡

   隆均 成順

Kwan Loong, 67, Queen's road

West.

Sün Shing, 48, Queen's road West.

隆合永

隆裕

Yu Loong, 164, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Wing Fat, 14, Queen's road West.

Wing Hop Loong, 16, Queen's road

West. Wing Tak, 26, Queen's road West.

Insurances.

Po Him Kung Sze, 22, Praya (China Merchants' S. N. Co., agents).

Iron Founders.

Kwong Hip Loong, 24, Gilman's

street.

Toong Sing, 175, Queen's road

East.

Wo Sing, 15, Gilman's street.

Japan ware Dealers.

tik Kwong Wing Tai Chan, 94,

*

Queen's road Central.

Kwong Wing Sang, 249, Queen's

road West.

tral.

Loong Shing, 32, Queen's road

Central.

生永廣

司公險保局商招 Chin Sheung Kook

興絡

Lok Hing, 12, Queen's road Cen-

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Sheung

隆昌東

Ins. Co., Ld., 10, Praya.

Sam Shing Chan, 102, Queen's

road Central.

Tai Cheong Chan, 7, Bonham

strand.

Toong Cheong Loong, 229, Queen's

road Central.

Iron Dealers.

Mat and Bag Sellers.

Cheong Loong, 30, Bonham strand.

Ching Kut, 79, Bonham strand.

Fook Cheong, 108, Wing Lok

Fong.

Fook Wo, 116, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Hing Cheong, 130, Grabam street.

利福

Fook Lee, 4, Hillier street.

Leong Man Wing, 1, Jervois

street.

昌福

興怡

Shiu Loong, 10, Hillier street.

Yee Hing, 16, Kwong-yün street

East.

和福

-

台期

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Hip Lee, 39, Bonham strand.

Kwong Cheong, 65, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Hop, 120, Graham street.

Shing Cheong, 47, Bonham strand

West.

Shing Yik, 5, Bonham strand.

Shün Wo, 134, Wing Lok Fong.

Tai Cheong, 127, Queen's road

Central.

Hop Wo, 17, Shelley street.

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Shing On Lee, 34, Stanley street.

Tai Kee, 18, Peel street.

Yun Kee, 57, Central Market.

Oil Dealers.

利德

昌會

Tai Loong, 80, Queen's road Cen-Chee Cheong Loong, 65, Wellington

tral.

street.

Tuk Lee, 130, Queen's road Cen-Chun Cheong Wing, 77, Bonham

tral.

Tung Cheong, 61, Bonham strand.

Tung Fat, 101, Bonham strand.

Wing Cheong, 87, Bonham strand.

Wing Yik, 35, Bonham strand.

Wui Cheong, 81, Bonhan strand.

K Yü Wo, 126, Queen's road Centra 1

strand.

Hip Shing, 189, Wing Lok Fong.

Kü Yueu, 268, Queen's road West.

tral.

成天 Tin Shing, 131, Queen's road Cen- 益天

Tin Yik, 44, Bonham strand West.

Ying Loong Tai, 113, Queen's road.

Cpium Dealers.

Medical Shops.

司公豐和萬 Ban Ho Hong & Co.,

Chun Yuen Tong, 36, Wing Lok

Fong.

Opium Farmers,

16, Bonham strand West.

源福

Fook Yuen, 23, Bonham strand.

司公和人

Yan Wo Kung Sze, 3, Cleverly

street.

祥信謙

Him Shun Cheung, 53, Bonham

strand West.

源利金

Kum Lee Yuen, 76, Bonham

strand.

司公成集

Kwong Wo Loong, 39, Bonham

strand.

Man Yuen Tong, 34, Bonham

興全

strand.

順安

On Shun, 133, Bonham strand.

生阜

Tung Shun Wo, 77, Bonham

strand.

Wing On Cheong, 31, Bonham

strand.

Wing Tung Fook, 51, Bonham

源鉕

strand West.

隆和裕

Yü Wo Loong, 66, Bonham strand.

泰履

Milkmen.

LE Cheung Kee, 283, Queen's road

East.

Cho Lee, 19, Gage street.

Hing Lee, 40, Gage street.

全萬

源萬

興盛

源大

Shun Ye Kung Sze, 10, Bon-

ham strand.

Chap Shing Kung Sze, Bonham

strand.

WE Ching Loong, 47, Jervois street.

Chuen Hing, 125, Jervois street.

Fou Sang, 36c, Bonham strand.

Kin Hing Cheung, 80, Wellington

street.

King Wo, 85, Jervois street.

Ku Yuen, 87, Jervois street.

Kwong Shing Lee, 34, Wing Lok

Fong.

Lee Tai, 68, Jervois street.

Man Chuen, 109, Jervois street.

Man Yuen, 115, Jervois street. Sang Yuen, 74, Jervois street. Shing Hing, 91, Jervois street.

Tin Yuen, 101, Jervois street.

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

246

源怡

Yee Yuen, 117, Jervois street.

和悅

Yuet Wo, 113, Jervois street.

Opium (prepared) Dealers.

By p

源春

Chee Wo, 84, Bonham strand. Chun Yuen, 124, Wing Lok Fong.

盛昌1

隆福

源麗

記炳

Fook Loong, 89, Jervois street.

Lai Yuen, 105, Jervois street.

Ping Kee, 25, Jervois street.

編珫

盛桃

隆兆

Shiu Loong, 57, Bonham strand.

昌和

Photographers.

Afong, Queen's road Cental.

Chung Hing, 56, Queen's road

Central.

Hung Cheong Shing, 32, Queen's

road Central.

Nga Chan, 80, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Pun Lun, 52A, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

To Shing, 40, Stanley street.

Wing Cheung, 84, Queen's road

Central.

Wo Cheong, 108, Queen's road

Central.

Painters.

On Wo, 18, Gilman street.

Piece Goods Merchants.

Chan Kee, 23, Endicott's lane.

綸貞

昌南

Nam Cheong, 3, Tung-mun lane.

昌聚

順安

On Shun, 4, Gilman street.

隆昌晉

順泰

Tai Shun, 137, Queen's road East.

Wing Hing, 20, Tung-mun lane.

祥和福

Yee E, 30, D'Aguilar street.

安利

Pawnbrokers.

Cheung Tai, 78, Queen's road West.

Chun Shing, 135, Bonham street. Him Kut, 142, Jervois street.

Him Yuen, 192, Queen's road

West.

Ki Hang, 87, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Kung On, 202, Queen's road West. Lec On, 65, Queen's road.

益雨 Leong Yik, 84, Wellington street.

Cheung Loong, 51, Jervois street.

Ching Lan, 135, Queen's road

Central.

Choy Cheong, 27, Bonham strand.

Chun Cheong Loong, 49, Jervois

street.

Chun Loong. 9, Queen's road

Central.

隆晋 泰福 tral.

吉謙

Fook Tai, 139, Queen's road Cen-

Fook Wo Cheung, 78, Jervois

street.

Fung Yuen Loong, 53, Jervois

street.

Fung Yuen Yuen, 70, Jervois

street.

Him Kut, 13, Bonham street.

Hop Cheong Loong. 85, Jervois

street.

King Cheong, 61, Jervois street.

King Lun, 21, Jervois street.

King Tai, 69, Jervois street. Ko Loong Tai, 33, Jervois street.

Kung Wo, 17, Bonham strand.

Kwong Shiu Loong, 39, Jervois

street.

street.

street.

Kwong Fook Loong, 41, Jervois

Kwong Loong Yuen, 19, Jervois

亨信

Shun Hang, 63, Jervois street.

Kwong Yu Lün, 5, Jervois street.

隆泰

Tai Loong, 37, Queen's road.

華麗

生益

Yik Sang, 87, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Lai Wa, 9, Queen's road Central.

Me Cheong Loong, 81, Jervois

street.

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Me Cheong Loong, 84, Jervois

street.

Me Lün, 75, Jervois street.

裕信

Shiu Lün, 143, Queen's road Cen-

和慎

Min Wo, 65, Jervois street.

Kwai Kee, 17, Sai Woo lane.

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Mow Hing Cheong, 158, Queen's

road.

Shun Yü, 129, Praya West.

Sun Wo, 120, Queen's road West.

Tai Kee, 21, Tsze Mi lane.

Tung Hing, 2, Sai Woo lane.

Wing Hing Cheorg 260, Praya

West.

tral.

Д Shiu Wo, 13, Jervois street.

和紹

隆會

Shun Loong, 14, Wing Lok Fong.

Soey Cheung, 15, Jervois street.

Soey Loong, 3, Jervois street.

Soey Yuen, 24, Jervois street. Sun On Loong, 76, Jervois street. Sun Tai Loong, 48, Jervois street. Tai Lun, 96, Jervois street. Tai Cheong, 7, Jervois street. Tuk Loong, 141, Queen's road. Wing Fung Tye, 43, Jervois street.

Wing Tai Cheung, 29, Jervois

street

Wo Lun, 35, Jervois street.

Wui Loong, 27, Jervois street.

Yan Loong, 23, Jervois street.

Yat Loong, 11, Jervois street.

Rattan Chair Makers.

Cheong Kee, 46. Queen's road

East.

Cheung Wo, 59, Queen's road East,

Lin Cheong, 115, Queen's road

East.

Loong Hing, 76, Queen's road

East.

A Man Hop, 239, Queen's road East.

Shun Hing, 17, Praya East. Tsun Lee, Queen's road West.

昌利

隆昌裕

Yü Cheong Loong, 45, Jervois

street.

勝義

Wing Kee, 42, Queen's road East.

Wing Tye, 127, Queen's road East. Wo Cheong, 36, Queen's road East.

Yee Sing, 22, Praya East.

Portrait Painters.

Ching Bing, 56, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Shing Yuen, 32, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Wo Cheong, 108B, Queen's road

Central.

Yan Cheong, 5, Wellington street.

興怡

Yee Hing, 52, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

珍怡

Yee Chun, 52A, Wellington street.

Rattan Dealers.

Chuen Lee, 254, Queen's road

West.

King Kee, 134, Queen's road East.

Rice Merchants.

Choy Chan, 161, Bonham strand

West.

Choy Shing. 100, Wing Lok Fong.

A Hop Chan, 172, Wing Lok Fong.

LA Hop Kee, 94, Wing Lok Fong. 利行

Hung Lee, 89, Bonham strand. 南建

Kin Nam, 120, Queen's road East.

Kung Chan, 122, Praya West.

A Kung Wo, 183, Wing Lok Fong.

Kung Yuen, 102, Wing Lok Fong.

Kwong Choy, 159, Praya West.

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HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Kwong Him Wo, 56, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Hop Loong, 140, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Loy, 176, Wing Lok Fong.

Kwong Wo, 115, Praya West.

Mow Yuen, 181, Praya West.

Nam Hing, 174, Wing Lok Fong.

Sam Wo, 164, Praya.

Po Loong, 108, Praya West.

Shee Foong, 110, Wing Lok Fong. Shing Wo, 139, Wing Lok Fong.

Saltpetre & Sulphur Dealers,

Cheong Kee, 14, Hillier street.

隆阜 Fou Loong, 25, Wing Lok Fong.

Sun Hop Loong, 61, Wing Lok

Fong.

Wung Cheong Tai, 21, Wing Lok

Fong.

Yat Cheong, 75, Wing Lok Fong.

Ship Compradores.

源茂

和三

隆寶

豐時

益泰

興達

Tat Hing, 81, Queen's road West.

Cheung Kee, 51, Praya Central.

Tung Foong, 99, Wing Lok Fong.

Chung Wo, 30, Endicott's lane.

Soey Foong, 109, Praya West.

Tai Yik, 84, Wing Lok Fong.

Cheong Kee, 24, Endicott's lane. Cheung Hop, 18, Endicott's lane.

Tung Mow, 201, Bonham strand.

Tung On, 142, Wing Lok Fong.

Wing Fung Yuen, 51, Bonham

strand.

Wing Loong, 21, Bonham strand.

Wo Mow, 80, Bonham strand,

Fat Hing, 4, Queen's road West.

Fook Kee, 20, Praya Central.

U Foon Kee, 11, Webster street.

Hoo Tye Loong, 45, Praya Central.

昌安永

Wing On Cheong, 131, Praya

West.

茂和

昌凄

盛和

Wo Shing, 149, Wing Lok Fong. Wung Yuen, 73, Praya West.

德義

Yee Tak, 126, Praya West.

生茂 和南

和怡 Yee Wo, 88, Wing Lok Fong.

昌悅

Yuet Cheong, 130, Praya West.

Yü Hop, 81, Wing Lok Fong.

盛新

牛泰

Sail Makers,

利德

成七

Chut Sing, 45, Praya Central.

FLA

隆泰永

順沾

Leong Kee, 29, Wing Lok Fong.

記容

Chee Kee, 56, Praya West.

Chim Shun, 47, Praya West.

Kum Kee, 31, Endicott's lane.

Lin Cheong, 65, Wing Lok Fong. Man Loong, 30, Gilman street.

Mow Sang, 27, Endicott's lane.

Nam Wo, 34, Endicott's lane. Shing Ki, 12, Webster street.

Shing Tai, 14, Endicott's lane. Soey Lee, 29, Endicott's lane.

Sun Shing, 21, Endicott's lane.

Tai Sang, 25, Endicott's lane. Tung Kee, 33, Praya Central.

Tuk Lee, 59, Praya Central.

Wing Cheong, 7, Endicott's lane.

Wing Tye Loong, 39, Endicott's

lane.

Yan Kee, 52, Praya Central.

Yung Kee, 48, Praya Central.

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Ship Wrights.

Fung Hing, 229, West Point.

A Hop Lee, 162, West Point.

Hip Shing, 309, West Point. Kwong Lee, 118, West Point.

記文

盛南

利信 Shün Lee, 29, Praya East.

利和

Wo Lee, 38, Praya East.

Shoe Makers.

Cheung Shing, 39, Queen's road

East.

Hing Sing, 18, Wellington street.

A Hop Hing, 22, Endicott's lane.

Hung Kee, 38, Wellington street.

EX Kin Sing, 31, Queen's road East.

Kwong Hing, 83, Queen's road

East.

Nam Sang, 66, Queen's road East.

Wing Sing, 9, Wellington street.

Yee Loi, 11, Queen's road East.

Yip Cheong, 11, Wellington street.

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Hung Sing, 31, Queen's road Cep-

tral.

King Cheong, 4B, Wellington

street.

Kwan On, 86, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Man Kee, 41, Queen's road East.

Nam Shing, 74, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tung Cheong, 15, Queen's road

Central.

Tung Hing, 15, Queen's road East,

tral.

興華 Wah Hing, 70, Queen's road Cen- 彰宏

昌聯

來義

盛達

Yuen Hing, 22, West Point.

章裕

ALB9

Yun Kee, 77, Queen's road East.

Wang Cheong, 163, Queen's read

East.

Wing Cheong, 53, Wellington

street.

Tea Merchants.

Loong Kee, 78, First street, West

Point.

Luen Cheong, 70, Queen's road

West.

Shiu Yuen Kee, 24, Queen's road

Central.

Sang Mow, 114, Wing Lok Fong. Tat Shing, 3, Bonham strand,

Ting Tai Hing, 312, Queen's Ind

West,

Yü Cheong, 129, Queen's road

Central.

Sweetmeat Sellers.

隆濟

Chai Loong, 8, East street.

Choy Fong, 16, Bonham strand.

泰均

茂怡

E Mow, 320, Queen's road.

祥和萬

Man Wo Cheung, 252, Queen's

road.

隆盛新

Shun Shing Loong, 241, Queen's

road West.

亨泰

順泰

Tailors.

利永

Cheong Sing, 66, Queen's road

Central.

Timber Yards.

Kü Shing, 82, Queen's road West,

Kwan Tai, 140, Queen's road West.

Sam Wo, 50, Queen's road.

Sang Loong, 97, Queen's road Cer

tral.

Tai Hang, 91, Queen's road East.

Tai Shun, 135, Queen's road East,

Tung Mow, 196, Praya West,

Wing Lee, 12, West Point.

Wing Loong, 91, Wellington sin, et,

利開

Hoi Lee, 112, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

泰怡

Yee Tai, 116, Queen's road.

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順萬

南悅

HONGKONG--PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Tobacconists.

Chu Wing Lan, 90, Jervois street.

Ho Loong, 37, Jervois street.

Man Shing, 73, Jervois street.

Man Shun, 291, Queen's road.

Yuet Nam, 200, Queen's road

West.

Vermillion Merchants.

興順 興大 和太

Kit Kee, 285, Queen's road East.

記和崑 Kwan Wo Cheung Kee, 14,

D'Aguilar street.

Lun Yik, 60, Hollywood road.

Shun Hop, 16, Scott lane.

Sze Yik, 295, Queen's road East.

Tung Lee, 23, D'Aguilar street.

Wung, Kee, 6, Wellington street. Yow Kee, 32, Wellington street.

記有 昌元 Yuen Cheong, 130, Queen's road

和人

Shun Hing, 68, Wellington street. Tai Hing, 21, Bonham strand.

Tai Wo, 22, Queen's road West. Wing Kut, 121, Bonham strand.

Yan Wo, 76, Wellington street.

記廷何

珍巧

Washermen.

昌利

Cheung Hing, 25, D'Aguilar street.

貞利

Chun Cheong, 24, D'Aguilar street.

記滿劉

Hung Yik, 13, D'Aguilar street.

記德

East.

Watch Makers.

Ho Ling Kee, 123, Queen's road

West.

Ho Ting Kee, 125, Queen's road

Central.

How Chun, 25, Stanley street.

Lee Cheong, 145, Queen's road

Central.

Lee Ching, 1c, Peel street.

Low Moon Kee, 12, Bonham

strand.

Tuk Kee, 92, Wellington street.

اله

THE HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

HABERDEEN STREET, Ap-pa-tin Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Caine Road.

A-CHUNG'S LANE, Kwok Teung Kai, from Lower Lascar Row to

'Ng-kwai Lane.

ALBANY ROAD, A-pan-ni Tò, from Upper Albert Road to Peak

Road.

ALBANY STREET, A-pan-ni Kai, from Queen's Road East to Praya

East.

PH ALBERT ROAD, A-li pat To, from Queen's Road Central to Wynd-

里安同

街者列必

ham Street.

ALBERT ROAD UPPER, A-li-pat Sheung Tò, from Albert Road, by

the Government Gardens to Caine Road.

ALEXandra Terrace, A-li-shan-ta Kai, from Old Bailey to Shelley

Street.

ALGAR COURT, A-li-ka Hong, from Queen's Road West to Firs

Street,

ARBUTHNOT ROAD, A-pat-nok Tò, from Caine Road to Hollywood

Road.

A-SOW'S LANE, A-sau Hong, from Market Street to Caine Road.

ASTOR BUILDINGS, Tung On Li, from Staunton Street to Aberdeen

Street.

BATTERY ROAD, Pau-toi Tò, from Sailors' Home to Pokfolum Road.

BLACKSMITHS' LANE, Ta-tit Hong, from Fung Un Lane.

BONHAM ROAD, Man-ham Tò, from Caine Road to Pokfolum Road.

BONHAM STRAND, Man-ham Tai Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Queen's Road West.

BONHAM STRAND WEST, Man-ham Sai Yeuk, from Bonham Strand

to Prava West.

BRIDGES STREET, Pit-lit-che Kai, from Shing Wong Street to

Tai ping Shan Street.

BRIDGE STREET, Pit-lit-che Kai, from Leighton Hill Road to

Morrison Hill Road,

BURD STREET, Pat Kai, from Mercer Street to Cleverly Street.

BURROWS' STREET, Pa-lo Kai, from Wanchai Road to Praya East.

EXCAINE ROAD, Kin Tò, from Arbuthnot Road to Bonham Road.

街貨洋

級階城衞

市街環中

Canton Bazaar, Yeung Fo Kai, Queen's Road East, opposite H. M

Naval Yard.

CAROLINE HILL ROAD, Ka-lo-lin Shan Tò, round Caroline Hill

CASTLE ROAD, Wai shing To, from Caine Road to Robinson Ros

West.

CASTLE STEPS, Wai-shing Kai-kap, from Seymour Road to Robinson

Road.

CENTRAL MARKET, Chung Wàn Kai-shi, from Queen's Roal Centra

to Praya Central.

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

E CENTRE STREET, Ching Kai, from Praya West to Bonham Road.

CHANCERY LANE, Chan-shi-li Hong, from Arbuthnot Road to Old

Bailey Street.

CHEUNG HING STREET, Cheung Hing Ki, from Hollywood Road to

Lower Lascar Row.

CHEUNG KANG LANE, Cheung Kang Li, from Queen's Road East.

CHEUNG SHING LANE, Cheung Shing Li, from Caine Road to Tai-

ping Shan Street.

CHEUNG ON LANE, Cheung On Li, from Centre Street.

CHUNG WO LANE, Chung Wo Li, from Staunton Street.

CIRCULAR PATHWAY, Kung In Hong, from Gough Street Steps to

Ladder Street.

CLEVERLY STREET, Kap-pi-li Kai, from Praya Central to Queen's

Road Central.

COCHRANE STREET, Kok-lun Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Gage Street.

COMMISSARIAT LANE, Kam-se-li Hong, from Queen's Road East to

Commissariat Wharf.

CROSS LANE, Kau-ka Hong.

CROSS STREET, Kau-ka Tò, from Wanchai Road to Spring

Gardens.

D'AGUILAR STREET, Tak ki-la Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Wyndham Street.

DUDDELL STREET, Tò-te-li Kai, from Queen's Road Central, next

to Ice House Street.

GRUPA EAST STREET, Tai ping Shan Tung Kui, from Queen's Road Central

to Tai-ping Shan Market.

ELGIN STREET, I-li-kan Kai, from Staunton Street to Hollywood

Road.

ELGIN TERRACE, I-li-kan Toi, from Shelley Street to Caine Road.

FAT HING STREET, Fat Hing Kai, from Hollywood Road to Queen's

Road West.

-FIRST STREET, Tai-yat Kai, from New East Street to Pokfolum

里安福

街志結

街山斷鋤

道園花

巷素花

巷士刧

Road.

FRENCH STREET, Fat-lang-sai Kai, from Battery Road to Praya

West.

FUK HING LANE, Fuk Hing Li, from Jardine's Bazaar.

FUK ON LANE, Fuk On Li, Market Street, Tai-p.ng Shan.

GAGE STREET, Kit-chi Kai, from Lyndhurst Terrace to Aberdeen

Street.

GAP STREFT, Cho tün Shan Kai, from Hollywood Road to Queen's

Road West.

GALDEN ROAD, Fa-ün Tò, from Albert Road by the East side of

the Government Gardens to Kobinson Road.

GARDEN LANE, Fa-ün Hong, Shek-tong Tsui.

GIBB'S LANE, Kip sz Hong, from Queen's Road Central to Praya

Central.

街咸嘉

街立士郭

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

GILMA'S BAZAAR, Ki-li man San Kai, from Queen's Road Central

to Praya Central.

GILMAN STREET, Ki-li-man Kai, from Queen's Road Central ts

Praya Central.

GOUGH STREET, Ko-fu Kai, from Aberdeen Street to Queen's Road

Central.

GRAHAM STREET, Ka-ham Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Staunton Street.

GUTZLAFF STREET, Kwok-sz-lap Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Lyndhurst Terrace.

HAU FUNG LANE, Hau Fung Li, from Ship Street.

HEARD STREET, Hot Kai, from Wanchai Road to Praya East.

街香 HEUNG LANE, Heung Kai, from Queen's Road West to Bonham.

巷隆禧

街厘禧

Strand West.

HI LUNG LANE, Hilung Hong, from Queen's Road East to St

Francis' Street.

HIGH STREET, Ko Kai, from Bonham Road to Pokfolum Road.

ILL LANE, Shan Hong, from Hospital Hill Road.

HILL ROAD, Shan Tò, from Pokfolum Road to Middle Street.

HILL ROAD, Shan Kai, from Pokfolum Road to Middle Street.

HILLIER STREET, Hi-li Kai, from Praya Central to Queen's Road

Central.

HILLIER STREET SOUTH, Hi-li Nam Kai.

HING LUNG STREET, Hing Lung Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central,

THING WAY STREET, Hing Wan Kai, from King Sing Street to

街廠冰

東時左

Lung On Street.

HING YAN LANE, Hing Yan Li, from Upper Station Street.

HOLLYWOOD ROAD, Ho-li-wut Tò, from Pottinger Street to Queen's

Road West.

HOSPITAL HILL LANE, I-kun Shan Hong, from Queen's Road West.

HOSPITAL ROAD, I-kun Tò, from Bonham Road to New East Street.

ICE HOUSE STREET, Ping-chong Kai, from Praya Central to Albers

Road, at Peddar's Hill.

IN ON LANE, In On Li, from Praya West to Queen's Road West.

I WO STREET, I Wo Kai, near the Sugar Refinery.

I VIK LANE, I Yik Kai, from Middle Street.

JARDINE'S BAZAAR, Cha-tin Kai, from Praya East to Shau-ki Wan

Road.

JERVOIS STREET, Cha-wai Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Morrison Street.

JOZE LANE EAST, T80 shi Tung, from Ladder Street.

Hosted by

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街王林威

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

JOZE LANE WEST, Tso-shi Sai, from Tank Lane.

KAI MING LANE, Kai Ming Li, from Queen's Road East near H.M.

Naval Yard.

KAI UN LANE, Kai Un Li, from Peel Street.

KAT ON STREET, Kat On Kai, from King Sing Street to Lung On

Street.

KAT SING LANE, Kat Sing Li, from Ladder Street.

KEEN UN LANE, Kin Un Li, from Praya East.

KING SING STREET, King Sing Kai, from Queen's Road East.

KIN SOW COURT, Kin Sau Li, from Gage Street.

KING STREET, Wong Kai, from Pennington Street to Nullah.

KING WILLIAM STREET, Wai-lam Wong Kai, from Pennington

Street to Sea Wa'l.

KOM U STREET, Kom U Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

KO KI ALLEY, Kò Ki, from Wellington Street to Stanley Street.

KUNG SHUN LANE, Kung Shun Li, in First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

KWAI WA LANE, Kwai Wà Li, from Hillier Street to Cleverly

Street.

KWONG FUNG LANE, Kwong Fung Li, in Battery Road.

KWONG FOK LANE, Kwong Fuk Li, from Upper Station Street to

Lower Caine Road.

KWONG-YUN STREET EAST, Kwong Un Tung Kai, from Bonham

Strand to Praya Central.

KWONG-YUN STREET WEST, Kwong Un Sai Kai, from Bonham

Strand to Praya Central.

LADDER STREET, Lau-tai Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Bon-

ham Road.

LADDER STREET TERRACE, UPPER, Lau-tai Kai Sheung Fong, from

Ladder Street.

LADDER STREET TERRACE, LOWER, Lau-tai Kai Ha Fong, from

Ladder Street.

LAMONT'S LANE, Lam-man Hong, from Fák Hing Lane.

LAN KWAI FONG, Lan-kwai Fong, in D'Aguilar Street.

KLASCAR ROW, UPPER, Mo-lo Sheung King, from Ladder Street to

ETH

West Street.

LASCAR ROW, LOWER, Molo Ha King, from Ladder Street to Fat

Hing Street.

57 LAU U LANE, Lau U Li, in High Street.

里餘留

道山頓禮

泰華梁

LEIGHTON HILL ROAD, Lai-tun Shan Tò, round bottom of Leighton

Hill,

LEUNG WA TAI LANE, Leung Wà Tai Li, in Queen's Road West.

街臣地勿

街沙

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

LUNG ON STERET, Lung On Kai, from Nullah Lane.

255

LYNDHUR T TERRACE, Lun-hat-sz Kai, from Wellington Street to

Hollywood Road.

MAN MING LANE, Man Ming Li, from Ship Street.

MAN WA LANE, Man Wà Li, from Bonham Strand to Praya

Central.

MARKET STREET, Kai-shi Kai, from Ladder Street to Pò Yan Street,

MATHESON STREET, Mat-ti-shan Kai, from Shau-ki Wàn Road to

Perceval Street.

MERCER STREET, Ma-sha Kai, from Bouham Strand to Queen's

Road Central.

MIDDLE STREET, Chung Kai, from Battery Hill to Shek-tong Tsui,

MING TAK LANE, Ming Tak Li, from Market Street.

MORRISON HILL ROAD, Ma-li-sun Shan Tô, from Observation Pla e

to Wanchai Gap.

MORRISON STREET, Ma-li-sun Kai, from Bonham Strand to Queen's

Road Central.

MOSQUE JUNCTION, Mo-lo Miu Kau Kai, from Robinson Road to

Shelley Street.

MOSQUE STREET, Mo-lo Miu Kai, from Robinson Road to Peel Street,

MOSQUE TERRACE, Mo-lo Miu Toi, from Robinson Road to Peel

Street.

MURRAY PATHWAY, Ma-li King, from Queen's Road Central to the

Government Offices.

NEW EAST STREET, San Tung Kai, from Praya West to Bonham

Road.

NEW WEST STREET, San Sai Kai, from Praya to Bonham Road,

NG KWAI LANE, Ng Kwai Fong, from Upper to Lower Hollywood

Road.

* NULLAH LANE, Shek Shui-kü Hong, from King Sing Street to

*

臺璽之必

街打必

街梨卑

街頓寧邊

Praya.

OLD BAILEY STREET, O-lo Pi-li Kai, from Hollywood Road to

Caine Road.

ON NING LANE, On Ning Li, from Battery Road to Praya.

ON WAI LANE, On Wai Li.

ON WO LANE, On Wo Li, from Queen's Road Central to Gibb's

Stone Godown.

PAN Kwai LANE, Pùn Kwai Li, from Wo Fung Street.

PECHILI TERRACE, Pit-chi-li Toi, from Peel Street to Shelley

Street.

PEDDAR'S STREET, Pit-ta Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Praya

Central,

PEEL STREET, Pi-li Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Robinson

Road.

PENNINGTON STREET, Pin-ning-tun Kai, from Mint to Shau-ki

Wàn Road.

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街乍典砵

往仁普

約中旁海

約西旁海

1

街魚鹹

里多三

台摩西

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

PERCEVAL STREET, Pa-sz-wà Kai, from Shau-ki Wan Road to

Praya.

POKFOLUM ROAD, Pok-u Lam Tò, from Queen's Road West to Pok-

folum.

POTTINGER STREET, Po-tin-cha Kai, from Praya Central to Holly-

wood Road.

POUND LANE, Pong Hong, from Hollywood Road to Rutter's Lane.

PO YAN STREET, Pò Yan Kai, from Gap Street to Market Street.

PRAYA CENTRAL, Hoi-pong Chung Yeuk, from Wardley Street to

Bonham Strand.

PRAYA EAST, Hoi-pong Tung Yeuk, from Eastern Market to East

Point.

PRAYA WEST, Hoi-pong Sai Yeuk, from Bonham Strand to Shek-

tong Tsui.

QUEEN'S ROAD CENTRAL, Wong-hau Tai To, from the Western

Main Guard to West End of Hollywood Road.

QUEEN'S ROAD EAST, Wong-hau Tai To Tung, from the Western

Main Guard to Wanchai Market.

QUEEN'S ROAD WEST, Wong hau Tai Tó Sui, from West End of

Hollywood Road to Pokfolum Road.

QUEEN STREET, Wong-hau Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

ROBINSON ROAD, Lo-pin-sun Tò, from Albany Road to Bonham

Rond.

ROYAL MINT STREET, Chu tsin Kuk Kai, from Jardine's Bazaar to

Mint.

ROZARIO STREET, Lò se-li Kai, from Ladder Street to Tank Lane.

RUSSELL STREET, L1-82-li Kai, from Bowrington Canal to Perceval

Street.

RUTTER LANE, Lat ta Kai, from Pò Yan Street to Upper Station

Street.

SAI LUNG LANE, Sai Lung Li, from Queen's Road West.

SAI ON LANE, Sai On Li, from Battery Road to Praya.

SAI WA LANE, Sai Wà Li, from Pokfolum Road to New West

Street.

SAI WOO LANE, Sai U Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

SALT FISH STREET, Hàm U Kai, from New East Street.

SAM TO LANE, Sam To Li, from Battery Road.

SAU WA FONG, Sau-wa Fong, from Queen's Road East to St.

Francis Street.

SCOTT LANE, Sz kat Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Praya

Central.

SECOND STREET, Tai I Kai, from Hospital Road to Pokfolum

Road.

SEYMOUR ROAD, Sai-mo Tò, from Bonham Road to Robinson

Road.

SEYMOUR TERRACE, Sai-mo Toi, from Castle Steps to Seymour

Road.

街西霎

里溪石

街利舍

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

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SHARP STREET EAST, Shap Tung Kai, from Bowringto: Canal to

Shau-ki Wàn Road.

SHARP STREET WEST, Shap Sai Kai, from Bowrington Canal to

Morrison Hill Road,

SHEK KAI LANE, Shek Kai Li, from Nullah Lane.

SHELLEY STREET, She-li Kai, from Hollywood Road to Mosque

Junction.

里豐常 SHLUNG FUNG LANE, Sheung Fung Li, from Third Street to Second

里慶善

街船洋

街隍城

巷園春景

Street.

SHIN HING LANE, Shin Hing Li, from New Eastern Street.

SHIP STREET, Yeung shün Kai, Praya East cross Queen's Road

East.

SHUNG HING LANE, Shung Hing Li, from Queen's Road West to

Praya.

SIEMSSEN'S LANE, Shim-shan Kai, in Pò Yan Street.

SHING-WONG STREET, Shing Wong Kai, frem Caine. Road to Gough

Street.

SO-KON PO MARKET S REET, Sò-kon Pò Shi Kai, Jardine's Bazaar.

SPRING GARDENS' LANE, King-chün Un Hong, from Queen's Road

East to Playa East.

SQUARE STREET Sz-fong Kai, from Ladder Street to Market Street.

ST. FRANCIS LANF, Shing Fat-làn-sz Hong, from St. Francis Street.

ST. FRANCIS STREET, Shing Fi-làn-sz Kai, from Queen's Road East

running South.

STANLEY STREET, Sz tan li Kai, from D'Aguilar Street to Graham

Street.

STATION ST. EET, Chai-kun Kai, from Caine Road to Pò Yan Street.

STATION STREET UPPER, Chai kun Sheung Kai, in Caine Road.

THE STAV-LY STREET, Shi-ti-wà-li Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Gage Street.

STAUNTON STREET, Sz tan-tun Kai, from Old Bailey to Bridge.

Street.

LESTONE-CUTTERS' LANE, Shek tseung Ii, from Hollywood Road.

SUI HING LANE, Sui Hing Li, from Caine Road..

SHUNG ON LANE, Shung On Li, Queen's Road East.

TSUTHERLAND STREET, Sau-ta-lan Kai, from Praya West to Queen's

街蘭打修

Road West.

TAI LOI LANE, Tai Loi Li, First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

TAI PING LANE, Tai Ping Li, from Tai-ping Shan Street to Market.

UTTAI-PING SHAN STREET, Tai-ping Shan Kai, from Bridges Street

街和太

to Pò Yan Street.

TAI WO STREET, Tai Wo Kai, from Wanchai Road to Praya East.

2.58

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

EX TAI WONG LANE, Tai Wong Li, from Queen's Road East to Praya.

EX TAI WONG STREET, Tai Wong Kai, from Queen's Road East to

Priya East.

山斷掘

里龍迪

街文同

街丫三

里隆東

里慶餘

TAK HING EAST ALLEY, Tak Hing Tung Hong, from Praya West to

Queen's Road West.

TAK HING WEST ALLEY, Tak Hing Sai Hong, from Praya West to

Queen's Road West.

TAK SING LANE, Tok Sing Li, from Second Street,

TAN KWAI LANE, Tan Kwai Li, from Ladder Street.

TANK LANE, Shui-chi Hong, from Lascar Row to Caine Road.

TANNERY LANE, Im-pi Hong, from Market Street to Tank.

TI-PO LANF, Ti-1d Li, from High Street, Sai Ying-pun.

THE GAP, Kwal-tün Shan, from Wanchai Market to Morrison

Hiil Road.

THIRD STREET, Tai Sam Kai, from New East Street to Pokfolum

Road.

IK LUNG LANE, Tik Lung Li, in Queen's Road East.

TING LOK STREET, Ting Lok Kai, from Praya East to Morrison

Hill R ad.

TUNG MAN LANE, Tung Man Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central.

TRIANGLE STREET, Sam A Kai, from Wanchai Road to Praya East.

TSING KAI LANE, Tsing Kai Li, from Nullah Lane to Albany

Street.

TSING TSUNG LANE, Ting Tsung Li, from Queen's Road East.

TSUI LUNG LANF, Tsui Lung Li, in Queen's Road East.

TRUNG SAU LANE, Tsung Sau Li, from Queen's Road West.

Tsz MI ALLEY, Tsz Mi Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

TSZ TUNG LANE, Tsz Tung Hong, from First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

TUNG HING ALLEY, Tung Hing Kai, from Queen's Road West to

Prava West.

TUNG LOK LANE, Tung Lok Li, from Tai-ping Shan Street Steps.

TUNG LUNG LANE, Tung Lung Li, from Wanchai Road.

TUNG TAK LANE, Tung Tak Li, from Cochrane Street.

TUNG WO LANE EAST, Tung Wo Tung Kai, from Middle Street.

TUNG WO LANE Tung Wo Li, from Middle Street.

U HING LANE, U Hing Li, from Queen's Road Central.

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

TUI LUNG LANE, Ui Lung Li, in Bowrington, Leigatou Hill Road.

UI ON LANE, Ui On Li, from Second Street to Third Street.

259

LUI UN LANE UPPER, Ui Un Sheung Li, from Upper Et d of Puel

里仁懷

道仔灣

街龍 金

HUF

街安永

街樂永

里華榮

Street.

UI UN LANE LOWER, Ui Un Ha Li, from Upper End of Peel Street.

U LOK LANE, U Lok Li, from Third Street.

UPO LANE WEST, U Pò Li Sai, from First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

UPO LANE EAST, U Pò Li Tung, from First Street, Sai Yirg-pun.

UPPER STATION SREET, Chai-kun Sheung Kai, from Hospital Road

to Station Street.

U YAM LAN, U Yam Li, in Est Street, Tai-ping Suan.

VALLEY ROAD, Wà-li Tò, round Wong-nai Chung Valley.

VILLAGE STREET, Heung-ha Kai, from Leighton Hill Road to

Jardine's Bazaar.

WA IN FONG, Wà In Fong, from Staunton Street.

WAIN FONG EAST, Wà In Tung Kai, from Staunton Street to Shing

Wong Street.

WA ON LANE, Wà On Li, from Aberdeen Street.

WAI YAN LANE, Wai Yan Li, from Ladder Street, Tai-ping Shan.

WANCHAI ROAD, Wần tsai Tò, from Bowring on Canal to Queen's

Road East.

WARDLEY STREET, Wak-li Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central.

WEBSTER BAZAAR, Kam Lung Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Prava Central.

WELLINGTON STREET, Wai-ling-tun Kai, from Wyndham Street to

Queen's Road Central.

WEST STREET, Tai ping Shan Sai Kai, from Queen's Road Central

to Tai-ping Saan Street.

WEST TERRACE, Lok Kán, from Castle Road.

WILMER STREET, Wai li-ma Kai, from Praya West to Queen's Road

West.

WING FUNG LANE, Wing Fung Li, from Queen's Road East.

WING HING LANE, Wing Hing Li.

WING ON LANE, Wing On Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Praya,

WING LOK STREET, Wing Lok Kai, from Praya Central to Praya

West.

Wd

WING WA LANE, Wing Wa Li, from D'Aguilar Street.

WITTY STREET, Wat-ti Kai, from Praya West to Middle Street.

260

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY,

WO FUNG STREET, Wo Fung Kai, from Queen's Road to Praya

West.

TWO HING BUILDINGS, Wo Hing Li, from Queen's Road West.

街咸雲

里壽仁

里和雍

街蘭泄

WO ON LANE, Wo On Li, from D'Aguilar Street.

WYNDHAM STREET, Wan-ham Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Holl wood Road.

YAN SHAU LANE, Yan Sau Li, from D'Aguilar Street..

YAP CHU ALLEY, Yap Chi Hong, from Praya East.

YUNG WO LANE, Yung Wo Li, from Pound Lane, Tai-ping Shan,

ZETLAND STREET, Sit-lan Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Ice

House Street.

MACAO.

Macao is situated in 22 deg. 11 min. 30 sec. N. latitude, an1 113 deg. 32 min. 30 sec. E. longitude, on a rocky peninsula, renowned, long before the Po.tuguese settled on it, for its safe harbour for junks and small vessels. The Portuguese, who had already settled on the island of Lampacao, and frequented for trading purposes Chin-chew, Lianpo, Tamao, and San-choan (St. John's island, where St. Francis Xavier died) first took up their residence at Macao in 1557 Soon after their arrival pirates and adventurers from the neighbouring islans continually molested them. The Chinese authorities were powerless to cope with these marauders, who went so far as to blockade the port of Canton. The Portuguese manued and armed a few vessels and succ eded in raising the blockade of Canton and clearing the seas. The town of Macao soon afterwards began to rise, and during the eighteenth century trade flourished wonderfully, the difficulty of residence at Canton greatly contributing towards it. The East India Company and the Dutch Company had establishments there.

      Historians are divided in opinion as to whether the possession of Macao by the Portuguese is due to Imperial bounty or to right of conques'. There can be no doubt, however, that it was held at a rental of 500 taels a year until Governor Ferreira do Amaral in 1848 refused to pay it any longer and forcibly drove out the Hoppo or Chinese Custom-house, and with it every vestige of Chinese authority. his bold stroke cost him his life in August, 1849, for he was waylaid and barbarously mur- dered near the Barrier of Porta do Cerco and his head was taken to Canton. On the Chinese troops at the Barrier showing fight and massing in great numbers, the Portuguese troops bravely advanced, took the fort of Passaleäo, and drove the Chinese from their positions.

The settlement is separated from the large island of Heang-shan by a wall drawn across the neck of land from shore to shore. Two principal range of hills, one running from south to north, the other from east to west, may be considered as forming an angle, the base of which leans upon the river or anchoring place. The public and private buildings, a cathedral, an several churches, are raised on the declivities, skirts, and heights of Lillocks. On the lofty mount eastward, calle Charil, is a fort, enclosing the hermitage of Na. Sra. de Guia, and westward is Nillau, on the top of which stands the hermitage of Na. Sra. de Penha; entering a wide semi-circular bay, which faces the east, on the right hand stands the fort San Francisco; and on the 1 ft, that of Na. Sra. de Bom Parto. Sen from the roads or from any of the forts crowning the several billocks, Macao is extremely picturesque. The public and private buildings are gaily painted and the streets kept very clean.

Since the cession of the island of Hongkong to the British, the trade of Macao has decreased consid rably, and he coolie trade crave it an unenviable notoriety. This traffic, pregnant with abuses, was appily aboli hed in 1874. Tea continues to be an article of export, showing the value of from $700,000 to $800,000 a year. Essential oils are als exported to some extent. There is likewise some trade in opium.

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The terrific typhoon of the 23rd September, 1874, which swept across Hongkong and the Sout ern Coast of China with such force, laid a considerable part of Macao in ruins. During the full violence of the wind, and fearful rise of the tid, a fire took place which consumed the best houses in the parish o Santo Antonio. With its trade gone and cor sequent departure of many of its residents, the activity of the place is a thing of the past. Owing to its pleasant climate and the quietude prevailing night and day, it has become the refuge f invalids and hard toiling people from Hongkong and other neighbouring ports.

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MACAO.

     In the town there are several places of interest, apart from the Fantan or gam- bling saloons. The gardens and Grotto of Camoeus, once the resort of the Portuguese Pot Camoens, are worth seeing, as also the noble façad· of the ancient Jesuit church of Sm. Paulo, burnt in 1835. Pleasant excursions can be made to the Hot Springs of Yo-mak, about sixteen miles from Macao, easily reached in about three and a-half hours by steam launch. In winter suipe are plentiful in the neighbouring paddy fields and afford good sport. The "Macao Hotel," situated on the Praia, is comfor- table and the prices are moderate.

The Hongkong, Canton, and Macao Steamboat Company runs a daily steamer (Sundays excepted) between Macao and Hongkong, leaving the former port at 8 o'clock a.m. an Hongkong at 2 p.m. To Canton there is a steamer on every alternate day, Sundays excepted. The distance from Macao to Hongkong is 40 miles, and to Canton 88 miles. The population of Macao, according to returns made in 1879, was-Chinese, 63,532; Portuguese, 4,476; other nationalities, 78; or a total of 68,086.

Colonial Government.

DIRECTORY.

Plenipotentiary in China, Japan, and Siam, and Governor of the Province-His Excel- lency Joaquim José da Graça Colonial Sec.-J. A. H. da C. Corte Real Sec. of Legation-J. A. H. da C. Corte Real Chief Clerk-T. da Silva

Addido--E. P. Lite

MUNICIPAL CHAMBER. President-Domingo C. Pacheco Members-F. M. da Graça, A. A. da Silva, C. J. Gracias, L. J. Baptista, J. das Neves e Souza Secretary-S. A. Tavares Treasurer F. P. Marques Clerk-T. M. Marques

Clerk Military Department-H. A. F. da Messenger-Luiz Maria do Rozario

Costa

Acting 1st Clerk-D. de Barros

do. 2nd do. -J. J. dos P. Carvalho

do. 3rd do.

do. do. do.

-P. D. Simoës

G. Mesquita

do. do. do. -M. dos Remedios Aide-de-camp-C. A. F. Fólque, ensign

do. do. do. -H. A. F. da Costa, ensign Continuo-P. A. S. Rodrigues

      COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT. President-The Governor Secretary-J. A. H. da C. Corte Real Members-The Bishop, the Colonel Com- mandant of Policial Guard, the Major Commandant of the Line Regiment, the Judge, the Attorney General, the Chief- clerk of the Exchequer, the President of the Municipal Chamber, the Colonial Surgeon

COUNCIL OF THE PROVINCE. President-The Governor Members-The Colonial Secretary, the At- torney-General, T. de A. Miguis, B. de S. Fernandes Supplemental Members-J. H. de Carvalho,

João Hydman

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Members-J. E. d'Almeida, T. de Freitas, F. de P. Noronha, F. A. Volong, A. Severim

Supplemental Members-C. V. Lopez, J. d'Almeida, Dr. J. J. Alvares, L. A. Franco

ADMINISTRATION OF COUNCIL. (Annexed to the Municipal Chamber.) Administrator--L. Ferreira 1st clerk-E. Vianna 2nd do.-M. P. Simoës Bailiff-M. A. de Souza

SUPREME COURT. MILITARY SECTION. President-The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-The Judge, the Colonel Com- mandant Policial Guard, the Com- mandant of the Line Regiment, the Senior Naval Officer, the Second Naval Officer.

MACAO.

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CIVIL SECTION.

President-The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-The Judge, the two members of the Provincial Council, the Presid nt of the Municipal Chamber, the Pro- curador dos Negocios Sinicos

FINANCE DEPARTMENT. President-The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-The chief clerk of the Exche- quer J. C. P. d'Assumpção, the Trea- surer C. V. da Rocha, the Attorney- General A. E. d'Almeida e Azevedo

MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL

TECHNIC OF SURVEYOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. President-The Governor J. J. da Graça Members Director Major R. J. Quinta- rilha, the chief clerk of the Exchequer J. C. P. d'Assumpção, the Attorney- General A. E. d'Almeida e Azevedo, the Vice-President of the Municipal Cham- ber F. M. da Graça, Secretary A. F. Lobo

MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

         INSTRUCTION COUNCIL. President-The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-The Bishop, J. A. R. Cabral, L. Pereira Leite, Dr. A. A. M. de Vascon- cellos

SERVICO DE SAUDE. President-Dr. L. A da Silva

Members-Dr. F. B. de Carvalho, Dr. Luiz

L. Franco, Dr. Belarmino Lobo

MILITARY HOPITAL OF SAM JANUARIO.

     President-Dr. L. A. da Silva Member-Dr. J. J. F. Alvares Secretary-1. J. d'Azevedo

          COMPANHIA DE SAUDE. lo. Escrivao-F. da Rocha

Enfermeiro de la. classe-V, de P. C. de

Lemos

Enfermeiros de 2a. classe-Joaquim Pedro, A. de F. Peneque (absent), A. de Fi- gueiredo (bsent)

SURVEYOR GENERAL'S DEPART- MEN 1'.

Director Major R. J. de Quintanilha Conductores-Ensign A. F. Lobo, A. A.

Souvage

Desenhador-A, Heitor

Amanuense-D. P. d'Almeida Marques

JUNTA DA FAZENDA Secretario-J. C. P. d'Assumpção Contador M. Vidal de Castilho 1o. Escripturario-J. J. d'Azevedo 20. do. -F. de P. M. da Rocha lo. Amanuense-L. F. Nunes

do. -J. C. d'Assumpção

-A. J. V. Ribeiro

20.

20.

do.

do. -C. dos S. Oliveira

20.

Porteiro-V. de Oliveira

Continuo-J. L. Correia

THEZOURARIA.

Thezoureiro-Carlos V. da Rocha Fiel-Edmundo M. Marçal Amanuense-Jo quim Rodrigues

RECEBEDORIA DAS DECIMAS. Recebedor-F. V. Ribeiro Ajudante-F. de P. Marçal Amanuense-N. P. Gonsalves

JUNTA DO LANÇAMENTO DE DECIMAS, &c. Presidente-M. Vidal de Castilho Fiscal-Delegado do Procurador da Coroa

e Fazenda

Vogaes-V. J. Gracias, A. M. Pereira, F.

de P. Xavier

Secretary-A. J. Brandão

Vogaes Chinezes--Choi Achio, Augui,

Tac-fong

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. Judge E. A. Braga de Oliveira 1st Substitute-João Hydman

2nd do.-F. J. Marques

Attorney Gen.-A. E. d'Almeida e Azevedo Lawyers--F. da C. Lobo, V. S. Pereira, A. Bastos, Jr., L. Ferreira, E. M. da Silva Clerks and Notaries Public-Luiz Pereira

Leite, José M. da Costa

Clerk to the Judge and Orphans' Fund--

José de Lemos

Accountant & Distributor-A. Rangel

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. L. Marques, judge, J. E. d'Almeida, sub- stitute, Sé and Santo Antonio Districts; M. M. Maher, judge, L. A. Franco, sub- stitute, San Lourenço District; B. da Silva, clerk

TRIBUNAL OF COMMERCE. President-The Judge

Secretary The Attorney General

264

MACAO.

REGISTER DEPARTMENT. Chief-The Attorney-General A. E. d'Al-

meida e Az vedo

Private and chief clerk-F. J. F. Gordo Clerk-A. A. B. da Silveira

PROCURATURA DOS NEGOCIOS SINICOS. Procurador-Ignacio M. L. M. de Lima

Falcão

Primeiro Interprete-P. N. da Silva Segundo Interprete-Eduardo Marques Alumnos Interpretes la. Classe-C. Jorge,

E. da Roza

Alumnos Interpretes 2a. Classe-Carlos A. R. d'Assumpção, Joaö E. d'Almeida, T. J. Mesquita

Alumnos Extraordinarios-H. J. S. Pitter, J. D. F. Garcia, F. M. P. Marques, A. F. d'Arriaga, B. da Silveira Escriväes-E. Lopez, J. B. Goularte Amanuense-C. de S. Placé Linguas-M. B. Xavier, J. A. T. Robarts Officiaes de Deligencias-V. E. da Luz, B.

Simões

          CADEIA PUBLICA. F. de Paula Barros, carcereiro

ST. MICHAEL'S PUBLIC CEME-

TERY.

(Under the charge of the Municipal

Chamber.)

Warden-J. M. da Silva

Porter-L. J. Cordeiro

POST OFFICE.

R. de Souza, postmaster, 1, Rua de Sta. Clara ECCLESIASTICAL GOVERNMENT. Bishop-D. Man!. B. de S. Ennes Sec. of the Ecclesiastical Chamber-Rev. G.

F. da Silva

CABIDO.

Dean-Rev. M. L. de Gouvea Archdeacon---Rev. A. L. de Carvalho 1st Deacon-Rev. A. M. de Vasconcellos 3rd do. -Rev. F. A. Fernandes

Honorary do.-Rev. F. X. A. da Silva,

Rev. F. F. X. da Silva

VICARS AND CHAPLAINS.

Curate of the Cathedral-Rev. F. A. da

Silva, hon. deacon

Vicar of St. Laurence's parish church-

Rev. F. X. Cortella

Vicar of St. Anthony's parish church-

Rev. F. X. da Silva, hon, deacon Vicar of St. Lazare's parish church-Rev.

A Vieira

Chaplain of St. Augustine's church-Rev.

A. J. G. Pereira

Chaplain of St. Domingo's church-Rev.

G. F. da Silva

Chaplain of ex-Convent of Sta. Clara-

Rev. V. V. Rodrigues

Board of Education.

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. Teacher of Navigation and Mathematics-

Lieut. hon. of the Navy, F. J. Marques Prof. of First Lessons-for boys' classes, J. J. Esteves, for girls' classes, San Lourenço District, Mrs. Casimira Mar- ques, acting

COLLEGIO DE SANTA ROZA DE LIMA.

Para meninas ortas em numero limitado de 25 educandas internas. Recebemse tambem educandas pensionistas a $10 e externas a $2 de prestação mensal. COMMISSAM DIRECTORA. Presidente-Bispo M. B. L. S. Ennes Vice-Presidente-Lourenço Marques Vogaes-J. A. Ribeiro Cabral, Thomas

d'Aquino Migu is

Thesoureiro-Francisco Joaquim Marques Secretario-Rev. V. V. Rodrigues

PESSOAL DO COLLEGIO.

Regenta-D. Thereza da A. Danenberg Mestras D. Lydia F. da Sta. Cruz, D. A. A. Botado, D. Jessie Wild Loureiro Prefeitas R. de Carmo e Claudina da

Sta. Trinda le

Capellão-Rev. V. V. Rodrigues Sacristão-D. Placé

ASSOCIACAM PROMOTORA DA INSTRUCCAM DOS MACAENSES. Presidente-J. E. d'Almeida

Secretario-P. N. da Silva

Thesoureiro-B. de S. Fernandes

Vogaes A. A. da Silva, M. dos Remedios

R. de Souza, D. C. Pacheco

ESCOLA COMMERCIAL.

Professores-J. L H. Milner, T. J. Rodri- ques, Ly-lan-chan, C. Jorge, Dr. B. M. A. Roza, J. V. Pereira

Prefeito-L. d'Almeida

ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. Rector--Dm. M. B. de Souza Ennes, Bishop Vice Rector-Rev. F. T. S. de Souza Ennes Physician-Dr. J. C. da Silva Telles

Advocate-A, Bastos, Jr. Secretary-F. M. d'A. Caldeira

MACAO.

Prof. de Mathematica e Pilotagem-F. J.

Marques

Prof. of Port.-J. A. Ribeiro Cabral Prof. of Latin-Rev. F. A. M. Fernandes Prof. of English-F. Hyndman

Prof. of Book-keeping-F. Hyndınan Prof., 1st and 2nd class Prim. Inst.-M.

J. G. da Silva

Prof. of Complementar Inst.-A. M. P.

Marques

Prof. of Chinese (Mandarin) - Rev. J. das

Neves

Bibliothecario-Rev. F. T. S. de Souza

Ennes

Prefect--Rev. F. M. d'A. Caldeira

Bedel-Braz Carmen

Clerks Rev. G. F. da Silva

Amanuense---F. S. da Roza

Typographer-M. da Luz Book-binder-M. da Luz

COMMISSAM ADMINISTRATIVA DOS BENS DAS MISSOENS

PORTUGUEZAS NA CHINA.

President-Dm. M. B. de Souza Ennes,

Bishop

Vogaes-Rev. M. L. de Govevêa, J. J. de

Azevedo

Procurador-M, J, M. G. da Silva.

ASYLO DOS POBRES. COMMISSAM ADMINISTRATIVA. Presidente-Rev. A. L. de Carvalho (abt.) Secretario-Theodozio Rodrigues

ASYLO DA SANTA INFANCIA. Administrador-Pe. M. F. do R. e Almeida

BIBLIOTHECA MACAENSE.

Presidente-P. N. da Silva

Secretario-N. Simões (absent)

Thesoureiro-D. C. Pacheco

Vogaes-A. J. Bastos, Jr., C. J. Jorge

"CLUB UNIAO."

President-A. C. Brandão

Secretary-P. N. da Silva

Secretario-C, F. F. Martins

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Thesoureiro-A. T. d'A. da Motta Barbosi

Charitable Institutions.

SANTA CAZA DE MISERICORDIA. BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION.

President-B. S. Fernandes

Secretary-P. N. da Silva

Voters-Rev. F. A. d'Almeida, B. M. N.

Roza

Treasurer-J. N. das Chagas

Solicitor-V. S. Pereira 1st Clerk-J. F. da Silva 2nd do. -S. S. da Silva

HOSPITAL DE SAN RAFAEL. (Under the immediate charge of the Misericordia institution.)

Rev. M. F. do Rozario e Almeida, chaplain H. A. M. de Mendonça, clerk and ward-

master

R. do Rozario, assistant wardmaster

LEPROUS ASYLUM.

(Also under the charge ofthe Misericordia).

. M. da Silva, in charge

Rev. F. A. Vieira, chaplain

ASSOCIACAM PIEDOZA DE SAM FRANCISCO XAVIER.

10. Administrador-L. J. Baptista

CONFRARIA DE CARIDADE.

Presidente-Rev. Dean M. L. de Gouroa Secretario e Thesoureiro-J. N. das Chagua COFRE DE Soccorso DOS POBRES. Presidente The Bishop

Secretario-Pe. G. F. da Silva

Vogaes-Pe. F. X. A. da Silva, Pe. F. X.

da Silva, Pe. F. X. Cortella

Consulates.

GRRAT RITAIN. Vice-consul-M. E. Murray

FRANCE.

Consul-I. Plichon (residing in Hongkong) Vice-consul--Baron de Cercal

ITALY.

Consul-Baron de Cercal

UNITED STATES.

Treasurer-V. S. Pereira

Clerk-L. Brandão

"GREMIO MILITAR DE MACAO."

(Instituido no anno de 1870.) Commissão Directora durante o anno 1879. Presidente--B. C. da Costa Pimental

Vice-consul-vacant

BRAZIL.

Consul-Baron de Cercal

BELGIUM.

| Consul-Baron de Cercal

NETHERLANDS.

Coneul-C. Milisch

Eretary-F. P. Senna

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN MONARCHY.

Acting Consul-General-Adolph André

     (residing in Hongkong) Vice-consul-C. Milisch

SIAM.

Consul-B. de Senna Fernandes Fise-consul-D. C. Pacheco

SPAIN,

Consul D. Enrique Gaspar

HAWAII,

Fice-consul-C. L. Souza

Insurance Offices.

Deacon & Co., agents-

Union Insurance Society

Misch & Co., agents-

I. K. Priv. Oesterreich Versicherungs

Gesellschaft Donau," Vienna

Margesson & Co., agents---

North China Insurance Company Canton Insurance Office

Hongkong Fire Insurance Co., Li-

mited

Frofessions, Trades, &c. Aleida, J. E. de, merchant, Rua de San

Faulo

Baptista, Luiz J., Rua do Pe. Antonio

Brandao, Antonio C., 14, Travessa do

"Tronco Velho"

Chagas, J. N. das, Rua do Baraõ

Cunha, Francisco Manuel da, Largo de

Sto. Agostinho

Deacon & Co., Praya Grande

Ernest Deacon

Alfred T. Duval

Robert Howie

Ronald Greig

F. d'Azevedo

B. F. Gonsalves

Fernandes, B. de Senna, 33, Praya Grande

B. de S. Fernandes

D. C. Pacheco

Jose F. E. Barros

Luiz da Silva

MACAO.

Fonseca, A J. da, commission agent

Ponta da Rede

Franco, L. A., Rua Central

Gomes, J. Baptista, Largo da Sé

Graça, F. M. de, Rua de Prata

Graça, V. A. de, 14, Rua de Prata

Gracias, V., Rua do Hospital

Macao Dispensary, 81, Praya Grande

Antonio de Barros

Thomas J. de Freitas Theofilo J. B. Monteiro

Macao Hotel, Praya Grande

J. P. Campos, proprietor

A. Telles, assistant

Margesson & Co., merchants, 71 and 73,

Rua Central

Mortimer E. Murray

F. P. Senna

A. C. da Rocha

白鴿巢

Pak-kop-chau.

Marques, Lourenço, 4, Praça de Luiz

de Camões

Eduardo Pio Marques

咩路

Me-lo.

Mello & Co, A. A. de, merchants, and agents for Hongkong, Canton and Ma- cao Steam-boat Co., Praya Grande

Barão de Cercal

F. A da Cruz

A. Gomes

Milisch & Co., merchants and commission

agents, No. 7, Praya Grande

C. Milisch

Noor Mahomed Khamissa, milliner end

draper

Cassum Moosa, manager

Ebram Jhan Mahomed

Pereira, A. M., Rua do Pe. Antonio

Pereira, B. A., Rua da Sé, 18

L. A. J. Pereira

MACAO.

Pharmacia Lisbonense (Lisbon Dispen-

sary), Praya Grande

J. Neves e Souza

J. da Silva Telles

奴萬安澳

Remedios, M. A. dos, merchant, 4, Rua do

Barão

M. M. Maher

F. J. do Rozario

Ribeiro, J., naval and g neral storekeepers

and commission agents

J. Ribeiro

D. V. Soares

Roza, A. M. da, dealer in opium, &c.

Largo do Senado

Severim, A.. F., Praya Manduco

gouza, Camillo L., 7 and 9, Rua Central

Thomas & Mercer, public tea and silk

Inspectors

T. Thomas

A. Rowe

F. B. Smith (absent)

J. D. Monro

G. Pratt

E. W. Mitchell

S. M. da Cruz

Newspaper Office.

"Boletim da Provincia de Macao e Timor," Typographia Mercantil, 4, Rua do Pe. Antonio

N. T. Fernandes, proprietor

Lourenço da Costa, foreman

Leonardo M. Mendonça, compositor

A. A. Cordeiro compositor

C. F. X. Lopes,

近西街

do.

記波樓

Billiard Room, 101, Praia Grande

Peter Leong, proprietor

Military Department.

3rd Battalion (Foreign Service.)

Major Con nanding-B. C. Pimentel Adjutant-J. d'O. Magalhaes Surgeon-J. J. F. Alvares

Quarter-master-Captain A. T. Barbosa Chaplain-Rev. A. A. Delgado

Captains-F. F. Pereira d'Azevedo,

Timor, J. A. Soares

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Lieutenants-A. Lobo d'Avila, C. C. I. da

Costa

Ensigns- F. J. Pombo, D. G. Amaral

INTENDENCIA MILITAR. Intendente-J. C. P. d'Assumpção Ajudante-J. J. d'Azevedo

INSPECTION OF FIRE. Inspector-Major R. J. Quintanilha Assist.-Ensign of Inf. A. d'A. eCunha, Jr.

INSPECCAM DO ALMOXARIFADO DE GUERRA E FAZENDA.. Inspector-C. F. F. Martins, (acting) Almoxarife-J. J. da Silva Alonço Continuos-F. A. Pereira, A. dos Santos

Q. Xavier, P. Couto

RETIRED OFFICERS.

Colonel-V. N. de Mesquita

Lieutenant.-Cols.-B. M. de A. Roza, J. A

d'Almeida

Majors-F. X. Collaço, C. J. P. da Silva -

J. S. da Silva Reis

MONTE FORT.

Major commanding-F. P. da Luz

BARRA FORT.

Ensign commanding-C. X. Diniz, Jr.

BOMPARTO FORT.

Acting commanding

GUIA FORT.

Major Commanding C. J. da Silva

D. MARIA. II. FORT. Com'ing--The comm. of the detachment

MONGHA FORT.

Com'ing The comm. of the detachment

TAIPA FORT.

Lieut. Com.-J. C. de Lemos

Harbour Master's Department.

Acting Harbour Master & Comm. of Har

bour Police-J. P. de Sampaio

Assistant Harbour Master D. Cinatti Clerk-C. Gracias

Master of Governor's Galley-Antonio Co

rillo do Rozario

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WATER POLICE STATION.

MACAO.

Commander-The Harbour Master Warden-B. S. Rodrigues Boatswains-F. Lourenço, J. A. Vicente

and M. Cordeiro

Interpreter of the Register-F. F. do Rozario

MACAO NATIONAL BATTALION. Lieut. Col. Comm.-Barão de Cercal Adjutant Ensign-J. M. de Souza e Britto Major-J. J. d'Azevedo Adjutant-

Captains-L. J. M. Marques, C. J. da Silva Lieut. Quarter Master-Ĵ, M. Peres Lieutenants- L. L. Barretto (absent), C. V. Lopes, A. J. Brandão, J. Neves e Souza, A. J. da Fonseca

Ensigns A. Bastos, Jr., D. Barros, E. Marques, A. M. Guttierrez, F. Hyndman, P. N. da Silva, S. da Roza Surgeons-V. de Paula, S. Pitter

GUNBOAT "TEJO,"

Commander-1st Lieut. J. M. T. Guima-

raës

2nd do. 2nd Lieut. E. A. do Rio Lieutenants J. Felgas, A. T. da Silva Sub-Lieutenants-J. A. F. P. de Mello Engineer-F. D. da Silva Purser J. R. Dziezaski Surgeon-L. C. Vidal

GUARDA POLICIAL. Col. Commanding-A. J. Garcia Adjutant-Captain F. Antonio

Captain P. Z. de Souza Captain Com'ing 2nd. Company- Lieutenants-J. Baptista, J. A. Ferreira Ensigns-L. Gosano, J. B. Gonsalves, S.

Barros

Lieutenant Quarter Master-J. A. d'Oliveira Surgeon Adjutant-B. M. N. Roza

CHINA.

REIGNING SOVEREIGN AND FAMILY.

Kuang Sü, Emperor of China, is the son of Prince Cun, the s venth son of the Emperor

Tan

         Kuang; hence he is cousin to the late Emperor Tung Chi, who died without issue on the 12th day of January, 1875, from small-pox.

The proclamation announcing the accession of the present sovereign was as follows: Whereas His Majesty the Emperor has ascended upon the Dragon to be a guest on high, without offspring b rn to his inheritance, no course has been open but that of causing Tsai-Tien, son of the Prince of Ch'un, to become adopted as the son of the Emperor Wêng Tsung Hien (Hi-n Fung) and to en er upon the inheritance of the great dynastic line as Emperor by succession. Therefore, let Tsai-Ti n, son of Yib Huan, the Prince of Ch'us, become adopted as the son of the Emp ror Wêu Tsung Hien, and enter upon the inheritance of the great dynastic line as Emperor by succes- sion." The present sovereign is the ninth Emperor of China of the Tartar dynasty of Ta-tsing, (Sublime Purity) which succ eded the native dynasty of Ming in the year 1644. There exists no law of hereditary succession to the throne, but it is left to each sovereign to appoint his successor from among the members of his family. The late Empror, dying suddenly, in the eighteenth year of his age, did not designate a successor, and it was in consequence of a palace intrigue, directed by the Empress Dowager, widow of the Emperor Hien Fang, predecessor of Tung Chi, in concert with Prince Cofu, that the infant son of the latter was declared Emperor and another long Regency, prolonging the rule of the two Empresses Dowager, inaugurated.

GOVERNMENT AND REVENUE.

The fundamental laws of the empire are laid down in the Ta-tsing Huei-tien, or Collected Regulatious of the Great Pure Dynasty, which prescribe the government of the State as based upon the government of the family. The Emperor is spiritual as well as temporal sovereign, and, as high priest of the empire, can alone, with his immediate representatives and minister, perform the great religious cere- monies. No ecclesiastical hi rarchy is maintained at the public expense, nor any priesthood attached to the Confucian or Sta e religion.

   The administration of the empire is under the supreme direction of the Interior Council Chamber, comprising four members, two of Tartar and two of Chinese origin, besides two assistant from the Han lin, or Great College, who have to see that nothing is done contrary to the civil and religious laws of the empire, contained in the Ta-tsing Huei-tien, and in the sacred books of Confucius. These members are denominated Ta Hsio-sz, or Ministers of State. Under their ord rs are the Li Pu or six boards of government, each of which is presided over by a Tartar and a Chinese. They are:-(1) The board of civil appointment, which takes cognisance of the conduct and administration of all civil officers; (2) The board of revenues, regulating all financial affairs; (3) The boart of rit s and ceremonies, which enforces the laws and cus.oms to be observed by the people; (4) The military board, superintending the administration of the army; (5) The board of public works; and (6) The high tribunal of criminal jurisdiction To these must be added the Tsung-li Yamên, or board of foreign affairs. Inde endent of the Government and theoretically above the central administration, is the Tu-cha Yuan, or board of public censors. It consists of from 40 to 50 members, under two presidents, the one Tartar and the other of Chinese birth. By the ancient custom of the empire, all the members of this board are privileged to present any remonstrance to the sovereign. O..e censor must be present at the meetings of each of the six government boards.

   The estimates of the public revenue of Cina vary greatly, and, while they are stated by some to exceed 100 millions sterling, are held by others not to come up to half that amount. Official returns of the Chinese Government, published in 1844, stated the annual revenue at that time at Tl. 191,803,139, or £63,934,713. Accord- ing to the memorials from officials published in the Peking Gazette, it would appear that there are almost constant deficits, which the governors and high officers of pro-

CHINA.

winces must cover by extraordinary taxation. Occasionally the Treasury is replenished Thy a liberal sale to their relatives of posthumous honours to the departed and of decora sions to the living. The ublic revenue is mainly derive from three sources, namely, Customs duties, licences, and a tax upon land, but the receipts from customs are alone de known. According to the returus published by the government, the total receipts from customs were as follows in ach of the fourteen years from 1865 to 1878 :-

YEAR.

{

REVENUE.

YEAR.

REVENUE.

1865. 1866.

1867.

1868.

1869.

* 1870.

1871.

Haikwan Tls.

8,289,281

1872..

8,781,875

1873.

8.864.817

1874..

9,448.474 1875.

9,878,848 1876.

9,543,977 1877

11,216,146

1878.

Haikwan Tls.

11,678,636

10,977,082

11,497,272

11,968,109

12,152,921

12,067,078

12,483,988

China had no foreign debt till the end of 1874. It was announced on December 30th, 1874, that the Government had contracted a loan of £627,675, bearing & per ent. interest. The loan was issued at 95 per cent. through the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, under Imperial auti ority and secured by the customs' revenue. Two "ther loaus, one in 1877 and one in 1878, have since been issued by the same Bank ander authority of the Chinese Gover: ment.

AREA AND POPULATION.

      China proper, extending over 73,093 geographical, or 1,534,953 English square miles, is divided into eighteen provinces, the area and population of which are given as follows in the most recent estimates, partly based on official returns :-

PROVINCE.

PROVINCIAL CAPITAL.

AREA ENGLISH SQUARE MILES,

ESTIMATED POPULATION.

Chihli Shantang

Shansi

Honan.

Peking. Tainan

58,949

28,114,023

65,104

28,958.764

Taiyaen

55,268

27,260,281

Kaifung

65,104

23,037,171

Kiangsu

Nanking

Anbwei

Nganking

92,661 | 34,168,059

37,843,301

Kiangsi

Nanchang

72,176

30,426,999

    Fobkien Chekiang

Foochow

53,480

38,888,432

Hangchow

39,150

26,256.784

   Hupeh Hunan

Wuchang

Changchau

381,724 {

37,370,098

18,652,507

Shensi

Sigan

10,207,256

Kansuh

Szechnan

Kuangtung

Kuangai...

Yunnan

Lanchow Chingtau. Canton.. Kwelin

Yunnan

154,008

15,193,135

166,800

21,435,678

79,456

19,147,030

78,250

7,313,895

107,869

5,561,320

Kweichan

Kweiyang

Total.

64,554

5,288,219

1,534,953 405,213,152

     The above population, giving 263 souls per square mile throughout China proper, appears to be excessive, considering that some of the outlying portions of the immense territory are by no means densely inhabited. Nevertheless, other returns than those of the above tables, said to be official, give still higher figures. It is stated that in a census taken in 1842 the population of China was ascertained to number 414,686,994, or 320 per English square mile, and that in 1852 it had risen to 450,000,000, or 347 inhabitants per square mile. But there is, probably, less accuracy in the given results of the latter enumerations than in the preceding estimate, which is doubtless considerably over the mark. Rebellions and famines have, in some provinces, greatly

CHINA.

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thinned the population, and there is reason to believe that the estimates above given considerably exaggerate the number of the Chinese race.

According to a return of the In perial customs authorities, the total number of foreigners in China was 3,817 at the end of 1877. Among them were 1,851 Latives of Great Britain and Ireland, 383 of the United States, 353 of Germany, and 176 of France, all other nationalities being represented by very few members. More than one-half of the total number of foreigners resided at Shanghai, the remainder being scattered over the other ports open to foreign commerc.

In addition to China proper there are its dependencies. These chiefly consis of Mongolia, with an area of 1,288,035 square miles, with some 2,000,000 people; and Manchuria, with an area of 362,313 square miles, and a population of 3,000,000. The latter is being steadily and rapidly colonised by Chinese, who will soon outnumber the Manchus in their own land. Thibet, wich is also practically a dependency China, has an area of 643,734 square miles and a populati n of 6,000,000 souls. I is ruled by the Dalai Lama, but subject to the Government of Peking.

     Of all the numerous Kingdoms that formerly acknowledged the suzerainty of the Dragon Throne and paid tribute to the Emperor, Corea is the only one that still yields willing allegiance. The Chinese Government has, however, no control over the internal affails of Corea, and does not attempt to direct her foreign policy. Q, this a practical proof was given when the Japanese Government compelled the King of that country to conclude a treaty with them by which three ports of Corca were opened to Japanes trade. The area of Corea is 90,300 square miles, and the population is variously estimated from 8,000,000 to 10,000,000.

ARMY AND NAVY.

The standing military force of China consists of two great divisions, the first formed by the more immediate subjects of the ruling dynasty, the Tartars, and the second by the Chinese and other subject races. he first, the main force upon which the Imperial government can rely, form the so-called troops of the Eight Banners, and garrison all the great cities, but so as to be separated by walls and forts from the population. According to the latest reports, the Imperial army comprises a total of 850,000 men, including 678 companies of Tartar troops, 211 companies of Mongole, and native Chinese infantry, a kind of militia, numbering 120,000 men. The native soldiers do not live in barracks, but in their own houses, mostly pursuing some civil occupation.

The Chinese navy is in process of formation. It consists mainly of small gun- boats built at the Mamoi Arsenal, Foochow, and at Shanghai, ou the foreign model, aud the entire navy is mauned by 5,725 sailors and carries 260 guns. Included in these are the revenue cruisers, several of which were built in England. The principal vessel in point of size is the Yung Woo, a composite corvette, 11 guns, but this is said to be an unwieldy and unserviceable craft. The most formidable vessels possesard by Chi a unquestionably are the eight gunboats named after the letters of the Gre k alphabet from Alpha to Theta. The first four are 118 feet 6 inches long, with a draught of 7 feet 6 inches, and a displacement of 400 tons. They each carry a 271-ton gun. The latter four, which arrived in China in October, 1879, are built of steel, and are double-nded, the stern lines being exactly after the model of the bow rudders. By this improvement they can be used either as stern racers or bow chasers, and the extreme fin ness of the run enables them to steam backward almost as rapidly as forward. They measure 127 feet in extreme length and 125 feet at the water line, with 29 feet beam, a depth of 12 feet 3 inch s, meau draught of 9 feet 6 iuches, and a displacement of 440 tons. The main feature of these boats, how. V is the 11-inch 35-ton muzzle-loading gun carried by each, which has a penetrative power 15 pe r cent. over the most formidable guns at present in the British Lasy. They are further armed with two 12-pounder breach-loading Armstrong guns and four Gatlings. These boats are specially intended for coast and river defence, for which they are eminently suitable. They were built on the Tyne by the Elswick Company.

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CHINA.

TRADE AND INDUSTRY.

      Great Britain has, in virtue of various treaties with the C. inese Government- the first and most important signed August 29th, 1842-the right of access to twenty- five ports and cities of the Empire. The ports known as Treaty ports are Canton, Hohow (in Hainan), Pakhoi, Swatow, Amoy, Foochow, Takao, Tamsui, and Keelung, Wenchow, Ningpo, Shanghai, Chinkiang, Wubu, Kiukiang Hankow, Ichang, Chefoo, Tientsin, and Nowchwang. Under the provisi ns of the Chefoo Convention, permission is a'so accorded to British merchants to trade at Chungking and Yunuan-fu, at which places British Consular Residents reside. The import trace from Great Britain, exclusive of the Colony of Hongkong, centres at Shanghai, Hankow, and Tientsin, while the bulk of the exports to Great Britain pass through the ports of Shanghai, Feochow, Hakow, and Canton.

The annul value of the foreign trade of China was as follows in each of the fourteen years from 1865 10 1878 :-

YEAR.

NET IMPORTS.*

Haikwan Tis.

55,715,458 67 174, 81

EXPORTS.

Haikwan Tls.

54,103,274

TOTAL.

Haikwun Tls. 109,818,732

1865..

1866.

50,596,223

117,770,704

1867..

62,459,226

52,158,300

114.617,526

1868.

63,281,804

61,826,275

125,108,079

1869..

67,108,533

60,139,237

127.247,770

1870..

63,693,268

55,294,866

118,988,134

1871.

70,103,077

66,853,161

136.956.238

1872.

67.317,049

75,288,125

142,605,174

1873.

66,637,209

69,451,277

136,088,485

1874..

64,360,864

66.712,868

131,073,732

1875.

67,803,247

68,912.929

136,716,176

1876.

70,269,574

80.850.512

151,120.086

1877..

73,253,1 0

67,445,022

140,698,192

1878.

70,804,0 7

67,172,179

137,9,206

Of the total value of the imports and exports to foreign countries for 1878- Tls. 137,976,206--Tls. 110,966,716 must be credited to Great Britain and her colonies, including India. The remainder is thus divided among other countries :-- -United States, Tls. 8,829,273; South America, Tls. 99,632; Continent of Europ, Tls. 9,287,432; Russia, via Odessa, Tls. 4,071; Siberia and Russia, via Kiachta, Tls. 3,207,094; Russian Manchuria, Tls. 278,650; Japan, Tls. 5,733,276; Philippine Islands Tls. 355,341; Cuel in China, Tls. 419,927; Siam, Tls. 508,227; Java, Tls. 669,051; and Su z, Tls. 1,655. Among the exports, tea and silk take the first places. In 1878 the export of tea amounted to 1,898,956 piculs, of which 1,363,516 piculs went to Great Britain and British possessions. Ma ufactured Cotton and Woollen Goods and Opium constitute the bulk of the imports of foreign produce into China. The value of Cotton Goods imported in 1878 was Tls. 16,029,231; that of Woollen Goods, Tls. 4,875,594; and of Miscellaneous Pi ce Goods, Tls. 166,460. Most of these goods came from British looms. The value of the Opium imported in 1878 was Tls. 32,262,957.

Although China is traversed in al directions by roads, they are usually mere tracks, or at best footpaths, along which the transport of goods is a tedious and difficult undertak ng. It was owing to the imperfect means of communication that such a fearful mortalits attended the recent famines in Shansi, Hnan, and Shantung. A vast internal trade is, however, carried on over the roads, and by means of numerous canals and navigable rivers. The most populous part of China is singularly well adapted for the construction of a network of railways, and a first attempt to introduce them into the country was made in 1876, when a line from Shanghai to Woosung, ten miles in length, was constructed by an English Company. The little railway was subsequently purchased by the Chinese Government and closed by them on the 21st October, 1877, when the rails were taken up and the line with rolling stock shipped to Formosa, where it has since been lying idle and rapidly -poiling.

* Net Imports, i.e., the value of the Foreign Goods imported direct from Foreign Countries, less the value of the Foreign Goods re-exported to Foreign Countries during the year.

PAKHOI.

     Pakhoi is one of the ports opened to foreign trade by the Chefoo Convention of 1876. It is situated on the Gulf of Tonquin in long. 109 deg. 13 min. E. and lat. 21 deg. 30 min. N. The British Consul hoisted his flag on the 1st May, 1877, and the foreigners were well received by the natives. Pakhoi is the port for the important city of Lien-chau, from whence considerable quantities of foreign piece goods are distributed over the country lying between the West River and the sea-board. It is believed that it will also become the great outlet for the trade of the province of Kwang- si. The trade is almost exclusively in the hands of Chinese, who tranship goods from Hongkong and Macao (chiefly the latter) in native bottoms. The value of the trade passing through the Foreign Customs in 1877 amounted to no more than Tls. 11,714 (say £3,500) and in 1878 it was nil. Trade is now, however, commencing, and may develop into respectable proportions. The exports are sugar, oil, rice, tea, &c. When transit passes for the interior have been granted, and steam communication established, it is anticipated that the trade of Pakhoi will be considerable.

     The town is situated ou a small peninsula and faces nearly due North. It stands at the foot of a biuff nearly forty feet high, which deprives it of the South-west breeze in summer, while in winter it is exposed to the full force of the North-east monsoon. From the bluff an extensive uncultivated plain stretches, over which there is good sport, geese, duck, snipe, plover, quail, and pigeons being found in abundance. The estimated population of the port is 15,000.

     No port in China is more easily approached and entered than that of Pakhoi. The landmarks are conspicuous and unmistakeable. The channel is wide and deep and has no hidden danger to be avoided. The anchorage is a mile and a half from the town. There is good landing at high water, but at ebb tide only for small boats

BRITISH CONSULATE.

Consul-Wm. Gavin Stronach

Constable-

IMPERIAL CUSTOMS.

Assistant in Charge-T. Piry

Assistant Examiner-J. Newbury

Tidewaiter-C. Wanderleach

Hertou & Co., agents-

DIRECTORY.

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Union Insurance Society of Canton

K. K. Priv. Oest. Versicherungs Ge-

sellschaft Donau ·

""

Second Colonial Sea and Fire Insur-

ance Company of Batavia

寶隆

E Po-l ong.

Brown, Ed., auctioneer

瑞昌洋行

Sui-chang-yang-hong.

Herton & Co., commission inerchants

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HOIHOW (IN HAINAN.)

The port of Hoihow, officially known as K'iu g-chow (the seat of the local govern- ment, and distant from its port about three and a half miles), was opened to foreign trade on the 1st April, 1876. "A Vice-consul, who also acts for Germany, represents British interests, and there is a branch of the Imperial Maritime Customs controlling the duties, &c., paid on foreign trade. The position of the port, though geographically favourable, is topographically unsuitable for the development of any extensive commercial trans- actions, vessels being compelled to anchor some two miles from the entrance of the creek, or branch of the main river, upon which Hoihow is situated. The tides are extremely irregular, and the anchorage is liable to the visitation of very severe typhoons, being moreover entirely unprotect d from the North. As regards health, Hoihow compares favourably with the other ports of Hainan, though fever and ague are said to prevail to some extent. The port is badly supplied with water.

The approaches to the shore are extremely shallow, so that loading and unloading can only be carried on at certain states of the tide. Despite this disadvantage, however, the advent of foreign steamers has given a considerable impulse to trade, and qual fied judges believe that Hoihow will before long vie with the Formosan ports in impor ance. The town itself contains about 12,000 souls, and is governed by a Tsan-fu, or Lieutenant-Colonel. The mercantile population, though respectable, is by no means rich. It numbers about 158 business houses (51 Cantonese, 39 Chao- chouese, 2 Fubkienese, 10 Leichnoese, and 56 Hainanes) dealing chiefly in silk and cotton piece goods, medicines, opium, tobacco, sugar, oil cake, &c. The inhabitants are friendly to foreigners, and no disturbances have as yet interfered with amicable intercourse. The import of opium in 1878 amounted to 1,021 piculs, the value of the whole trade was Tls. 1,215,056, and the net revenue of the port was Tls. 61,664.

      No foreigu s ttlement has as yet been formed, nor does it appear that any steps will be taken to that end for a considerable time. Full reports upon the capabilities of the port have been made by H.B.M. Consul at Canton and the Secretary of the Hongkong Chamber of Commerce.

BRITISH CONSULATE.

KIUNGCHOW.

Acting Consul-James Scott

Constable-Robert Bruce

DIRECTORY.

CHINESE IMPERIAL CUSTOMS.

Assistant in Charge-A. Lay

Assistant-J. C. Johnston

Acting Tidesurveyor and Harbour Master--

J. Poynter

Assistant Examiner-W. G. Harrison

Tidewaiters-G. W. Luce, C. Tonkin

AGENCIES.

Herton & Co., agents-

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking

Corporation

Yangtsze Insurance Association Union Insurance Society of Canton Austrian Insurance Co. "Donau."

Second Colonial Sea and Fire Insu-

rance Co. of Batavia

North German Fire Insurance Co.

Scottish Imperial Fire and Life Insu-

rance Company

Schomburg, A., agent-

North China Insurance Co.

MERCHANTS.

瑞昌洋行

Sui-chang-yeung-hong.

Herton & Co., commission merchants

Edward Herton

L. Jüdell

森寶洋行

Sum-bo-yang-hong.

Schomburg, A., merchant and commission

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WHAMPOA.

This village was formerly the seat of a large portion of the foreign trade with Canton, as foreign sailing vessels are not allowed to go further up the River. The trade in sailing vess ls has, however, fallen off very much, and Whampoa is now the dullest of places. A British Vice-Consulate is stationed here, and a branch of the Maritime Customs, but there are no other foreigners. The large docks formerly belonging to the Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Compa..y here have lately been sold to the Chinese Government, and even of the grog shops only one remains.

The village, known as Bamboo Town, is a dirty and unattractive place, without any feature of interest, but the scenery round is picturesque and pleasing. Two lofty pagodas on neighbouring eminences are conspicuous objects from the riv r. The first of these, called the Whampoa Pag da, is built on an island rising abruptly from the river to the height of 100 feet. It was erected about the year 1598, and is very much out of repair. A good size l tree grows from the brickwork at the summit. Tho other pagoda, called the First Bar Pagoda, is nearer to Cauton, and occupies a hill which is considered the guardian hill of the province. It was built between the years 1621 and 1628 as a palladium to the water way of the provinc al capital.

The importance of Whampoa is now a thing of the past, and there are seldom more than one or two small foreign merchant vessels in port. The only trade of any importance now is the shipping of Chinese emigrants to Hawaii and America. The place will always, however, possess some iut rest for foreigners, since the earli st recollections of foreign commercial intercourse with China are associated with it, all oreign ships being in old times compelled to anchor at Whampoa.

British Consulate.

Vice-consul-H. F. Hance Constable-J. H. Jones

DIRECTORY.

Imperial Maritime Customs. Tide Surveyor-F. Gallagher

Chas. Camran, "Union Hotel," billiard saloon and bowling alley, Bamboo Town

CANTON.

Canton is situated on the Chu-kiang, or Pearl River, in latitude 23 deg. 7 min. 10 sec. N., and longitude 113 deg. 14 min. 30 sec. E., and is the capital of the Province of Kwangtung. It is sometimes called the City of Rams and the City of Genii, both of which names are derived from ancient legends. It is one of the first cities in the Chinese Empire. It is the seat of government for the province, and is the residence of the Viceroy of The Two Kwang" (Kwangtung and Kwangsi). The Governor of Kwangtung and the Tartar General are also resident here, besides a number of other government officials of more or less distinction. Mun-Tim, who performed the duties of Hoppo, or Superintendent of Customs, up to July, 1876, made himself particularly obnoxious to foreign merchants in these parts by what has been aptly termed the "Blockade of Hongkong."

Canton, owing to its favoured situation, became at an early date the port to which the traffic of European countries was attracted. The Portuguese found their way thither in 1516, but it is recorded that their conduct in those days was not calculated to impress the Chinese favourably. The Arab navigators had, however, been making regular voyages between Canton and the ports of Western Asia as early as the tenth century. The Dutch appeared on the scene about a hundred years later than the Portuguese, and these in their turn were supplanted by the English, The latter, towards the close of the seventeenth century, founded the very profitable trade which was conducted for nearly one hundred and fifty years by the Agents of the East India Company, who established a Factory there in 1684, which was after- wards celebrated throughout the world. From 1684 the export of tea to England increased rapidly. The Company's monopoly terminated in 1834. In 1839, Britain was led to a declaration of war with China in consequence of the oppression to which foreigners were subjected by the native authorities, and Canton was menaced with

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CANTON.

capture in 1841. A pecuniary ransom was, however, received in lieu of the occupation of the city, an hostilities were for the time being suspended. The lesson, unfortunately, was without effect, and the arrogance of the Chinese continued unabated. The British campaig in Central China ensued, and the result was the signature of the Treaty of Nanking (August 29th, 1842), by which what was called the Co-Hong monopoly at Canton was abolished and four additional ports thrown open to foreign trade. Never- theless, the provisions of the Treaty continued to be ignored in the City of Rams, and foreigners were still denied admittance within its walls. The result of protracted annoyances and insults was that in October, 1856, Sir Michael Seymour, with the fleet, again opened hostilities, and some two months later a mob in retaliation pillaged and burned all the foreign residences. In December, 1857, Sir Carles Straubenzee, in command of an expedition which had been specially despatched from England, attacked the city, and it was taken on the 29th of that month. The city was occupied by the English until October, 1861, a period of nearly four years. By this time the natives had learned that the subj cts of other nations living amongst them could not. be subjected to insult and injury with impunity, and from that day to this foreigners of every nationality have dwelt peaceably in the locality.

Canton proper extends to a breadth of about two miles, is about six miles in circumference, and is enclosed by walls about twenty feet thick and from twenty-five to forty feet high. The suburbs spread along the river for nearly five miles. The entire circuit, including the suburbs, is statel by Williams to be nearly ten miles, the walls enclosing about six miles. What is called the New City now was formerly known as the Southern Suburb. The Western Suburb stretches for miles along the river. The gates by which entrance is gained into the city are sixteen in numb r, and two water gate. Canton contains reat attractions for foreign visitors in its numerous temples, pagodas, &c., and in the many curio shops to be found there.

When the foreign merchants went back to Canton to establish tra le after the capture of the city by the English at the close of 1857, they found the Factory and the buildings along the river in ruins. Recourse for accommo lation was consequently hal to warehouses on the Honam side of the river. Considerable discussion subsequently took place as to the selection of a site for a permanent British settlement, anl it was eventually determined that an extensive mudflat known as Shamien should be filled in and appropriated. In 1859 an artificial island was created there, a can il constructed between the northern side of the site and the city, and solid and extensive embank- ments of masonry built. It took about two y ars to complete this undertaking, and cost no less than $325,000. Of this sum four-fifths were defrayed by the British, and fifth by the French Government, to whom a portion of the reclaimed land was given, but they have never built on it.

one.

     In consequence, however, of the subsequent decline in the importance of Canton as a place of trade, cau-ed principally by the opening of some of the northern ports, the Shamien site has been availed of but by few, and many of the merchants by whom lots were purchased there in 1861, at enormous prices, have withdrawn from Canton altogether. The trade now transacted there by foreigners is limited. Tea an1 Silk are the staple exports. The total export of Tea for the year ending 31st December, 1878, was 16,168,439 compared with 16,905,753 lbs. in 1877; and the quantity of Raw Silk exported in 1878 was 21,792 piculs. The import of Opium in 1878 was 771 piculs as compared with 324 piculs in 1877. The total annual revenue of the port for 1878 was Tls. 993,965, as compared with Tls. 1,007,706 in 1877. The purely native trade of Canton still enjoys a high degree of prosperity. The population is estimated at 1,500,000.

Ample means of intercommunication exist between Canton and Hongkong, a distance of about ninety-five miles, in foreign steamers plyin; daily, and a large number of native craft. There is daily steam communication with Macao. Steamers also run regularly between Shanghai, Hongkong, and Canton. There is a safe and commodious anchorage within 150 yards of the river wall of Shamien. Only steamers go to Canton; sailing vessels never ascend beyond Whampoa, owing to the difficulties of navigating a crowded river.

CANTON.

DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government Offices.

大英國領事官

Tai-Ying-Kwok-Ling-sze-koon.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul--A. R. Hewlett

Interpreter-E. H. Parker

Assistant-E. L. B. Allen

    Post Office Agent-E. L. B. Allen Constable-A. Duncan

UNITED STATES.

Consul-Chas. P. Lincoln

Interpreter-Yu C. Cheung

Consul-Lemaire

FRANCE.

Gerant du Consulat--F. Scherzer

Chancelier-Interprète-V. A. Sales

SPAIN.

Consul-Eduardo Toda

·Chancelier--D. de Souza

大德國領事衙門

Tai-tuk-kwok-ling-s

(-se-nga-mun.

IMPERIAL GERMAN CONSULATE.

Consul-G. Travers

Interpreter-C. Freusberg

大丹國領事官

Tai-tan-kwok-ling-se-koon.

DENMARK,

Consul--G. M. Smith

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-A, C. Levysohn (absent)

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Vice-Consul―T. B. Cunningham

大奧國領事官

Ao-sze-Ma-ka Kwok Ling sze-koon.

AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

Consul-A. R. Hewlett

Shameen Municipal Council.

沙面工部

Sha-min-kung-po.

Chairman-A. J. Duval

Treasurer A. Rowe

Secretary-G. M. Smith

Councillors-T. B. Cunningham, E. Mc-

Kean

Imperial Maritime Customs.

粤海關

Yueh Hai Kran.

Commissioner-E. McKean

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Deputy Commissioner-W. H. Clayson Assistants-C. A. Lord, W. S. Schenck, J. L. Chalmers, J. Acheson, S. von Fries, R. Stokes

Medical Attendant-F. Carrow T'ung Wén Kuan, Teacher T. Sampson Customs Agent, Hongkong-F. Degenaer UNATTACHED.

Commissioners-W. Cartwright, R. B.

Moorhead

Deputy Commissioner-T. M. Brown Assistants-G. d'Arnoux, J. F. Schönike, C. C. Stuhlman, E. D. de Segonzac, S. Paul

Tide-surveyors-S. Parkhill, F. Gallagher

(Whampoa)

Assistant Tide-surveyors-H. Eldridge, A.

Iffland

Examiners-D. C. Byworth, W. Pollock Assistant Examiners-J. F. Dubois, A. L.

Virmatre, O. Middleton

Tide-waiters-J. H. Allcot, J. Chartin,

Geo. Mason, T. Phillips, N. H. Sennett,

J. Burns, G. D. Sharnhorst

Watchers T. Davies, C. Peterson, A.

Martel, J. Hörning, L. A. Byworth, W.

K. Taylor, A. E. Berg, J. L. Knoepfler,

G. J. King, H. Haines

UNATTACHED,

Assist. Tidesurveyor-W. Watson

IMPERIAL CUSTOMS CRUISERS, UNDER

SUPERVISION OF FOREIGN DEPARTMENT. STEAM CRUISERS.

PENG CHAO HAI."

Captain-C. H. Palmer

Lieuts.-J. W. Lowson, G. Rome

Chief Engineer-H. J. Dinnen

Engineer A. Wagner

Gunner-J. Ross (absent)

Quartermasters-J. M. Hunter, J. Rud-

land

"SHEN CHI."

Captain-J. H. Wade

Lieut.-Alfred Getley

Engineer-Ed. Jack

Gunner-H. Birch

"CHIEN JUI."

Captain-A. Walker (absent)

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CANTON,

"LI SHE."

Captain-D. Reid

Quartermaster-G. J. Freeth

"Yi Hu."

Quartermaster in charge-M. Johnson Quartermaster-J. Tindall

"CHING CHIEH."

Quartermaster in charge-H. Faunch Quartermaster--P. Holtman

SAILING CRUISERS.

"HSUAN-WEI."

Quartermaster -W. H. Legg (in charge)

"YAO-TE.

Quartermaster-J. Shields (in charge)

FOR SALT COMMISSIONER'S

DEPARTMENT.

Yü MIN."

Quartermasters-J. Yeats (in charge), G.

Kamp

"HUA SHAN."

Quartermasters-Jas. Clerehew (in charge),

J. Galletti

館文同

Tung-wen-kwan.

CHINESE GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.

All expenses defrayed by Chinese Go-

vernment.

Head Master-Theos. Sampson Asst, Master-Sit Him Kuk

Chinese Teachers-Three

HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING

CORPORATION.

Thomas & Mercer, agents

CANTON CLUB. Committee.

F. Koch

L. Flemming

C. P. Lincoln

H. F. Dent

Theos. Sampson

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION Co.

Deacon & Co., agents

HONGKONG, CANTON, AND MACAO STEAM BOAT CO., LIMITED.

Deacon & Co., agents

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Russell & Co., agents

CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Russell & Co., agents

Insurances.

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., agents-

Lancashire Insurance Company Java Sea and Fire Insurance Company National Marine Insurance Company

of South Australia

Birley & Co., agents-

Union Mari e Insurance Company,

Limited, Liverpool

Guardian Fire Insurance Company,

London

Norwich Union Fire Insurance So-

Society, England

Carlowitz & Co., agents-

Hamburg and Bremen Fire Insurance

Company

Allgemeine Versicherungs Gesells- chaft für See, Fluss und Land- transport, in Dresden

Deacon & Co., agents-

Union Insurance Society

China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited

London and Provincial Marine In-

surance Co., Limited

China Fire Insurance Co., Limited

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents-

Canton Insurance Office

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company

Limited

Raven, E. A., agent-

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited Royal Insurance Company, Liverpool K. K. Priv. Oesterreich Versicherungs Gesellschaft, "Donau," Vienna, Limited

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Siemssen & Co., agents-

Transatlantic Fire Insurance Com- pany, Limited, of Hamburg North German Fire Insurance Com-

pany, at Hamburg

Dusseldorf Universal Marine Insur-

ance Company, Limited

German Lloyd marine Insurance

Company, Limited, Berlin

Globe Marine Insurance Company,

Limited, London

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company, of Samarang

CANTON.

Second Colonial Sea and Fire In-

surance Company of Batavia

Thomas & Mercer, agents

North China Insurance Company Commercial Union Insurance Co. Scottish Imperial Insurance Co.

Professions, Trades, &c. Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co., merchants and

commission agents

Abdoolkader M. Allibhoy

Abdulcader Esmailjee, merchant and com-

mission agent

M. A. Sack Cumroodin, manager

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., merchants

J. Kramer, silk-inspector

H. Müller

Bhasania, B. P., merchant

B. P. Karanjia, manager

Birley & Co., merchants

K. D. Adams, tea inspector

H. F. Dent, silk

do.

Canton Dispensary, A. S. Watson & Co. J. D. Humphreys (Hongkong)

G. Laub

Carlowitz & Co., merchants

R. von Carlowitz (Germany)

W. Rost

C. W. B. von Bose

H. Janns

B. A. da Cruz

Carrow, F., M.D., medical practitioner

Coare, Lind & Co., public silk and tea

inspectors & commission agents

A. A. Lind

E. Rennell

A. Roberts

Cooper & Co., H. N., merchants and com-

mission agents, Honam

H. N. Cooper

Cowasjee, H., merchant

Deacon & Co., public tea inspectors and

commission agents

Ernest Deacon

A. T. Duval

Robert Howie (silk inspector)

R. Greig (tea inspector) G. D. Fearon F. d'Azevedo

B. F. Gonsalves

Derode Frères, P. & P.

J. Baux, sp cial agent

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Futtakia, Sorabjee Rustomjee, merchant

M. H. Katrak, manager

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants

G. Mackrill Smith, agent

P. S. da Roza

Lacroix Cousins & Co.

Joseph Cozon

Urbain Girard (Shanghai)

Legrand, A., wine merchant and com-

mission agent

Merwanjee Maneckjee & Co., merchants

E. Maneckjee, manager

Metta, E. N., merchant

E. N. Metta

S. F. Metta (absent D. N. Metta

Mogra, R. S., merchant

Naladaroo, F. P., merchant

Na.

Nye & Co., merchants

Gideon Nye

Pustau & Co., merchants

Theod. Pustau

Raven, E. A., general commission agent

Russell & Co., merchants

T. B. Cunningham

F. Koch

C. A. de Britto

臣禮

Sim-sun.

Siemssen & Co., merchants

Leopold Flemming

P. A. W. Ottomeier

V. P. Senna

Silva, M. F. da, commission agent, Canal

Road

M. F. Silva

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CANTON.

Talbot, F. R., merchant

F. R. Talbot (absent) D. Davis, agent

Thomas & Mercer, public tea and silk

inspectors and commission agents

Thomas Thomas

Alfred Rowe

F. Burgess Smith (absent)

J. D. Monro

G. Prat

E. W. Mitchell

S. M. da Cruz

Vassania, J. P., merchant

Vogel & Co., merchants

J. A. Bryner, silk inspector

W. Aarons

E. Vogel

Canton Hotel "

Hotels.

A. F. do Rozario, proprietor and auc-

tioneer

8. A. dos Remedios

OFFICERS OF THE MEDICAL

MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Senior Vice President-Hon. P. Parker

(United States)

Second Vice President-John G. Kerr, M.D. Vice-Presidents--S. Wells Williams, L.L.D., Sir Brooke Robertson, C.B., Ven. Arch- deacon Gray, M.A., Hon. Wm. Keswick, W. H. Forbes, G. Nye, J. F. Cordes, Hon. H. Lowcock, Hon. P. Ryrie, H. L. Dalrymple, F. R. Talbot, E. Deacon, T. Mercer, G. B. Glover, J. H. Hart, T. Sampson, C. P. Lincoln, Rev. J. Chal- mers, Ph. D., Rev. A. P. Happer, D.D.; R. von Carlowitz, Rev. J. Legge (in Europe), Warren Delano (in United States)

Secretary-J. G. Kerr, M.D. Treasurers-Messrs. Russell & Co. Auditor-Acting Commissioner of Customs CHRIST CHURCH.

Chaplain-Rev. F. R. Smith, M.A.

Missionaries.

WESLEYAN METHODIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. G. Piercy, superintendent

Rev. H. Parkes

Rev. J. Gibson

Rev. T. G. Selby

Rev. F. Masters (Fatshan)

Rev. H. Friend

Rev. G. Hargreaves

Rev. G. Marris

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN BOARD.

Rev. A. P. Happer, D.D.

Dr. J. G. Kerr

Rev. H. V. Noyes

Rev. B. C. Henry

Miss H. Noyes

Miss M. Noyes

Miss Mary R. Happer

AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSION, SOUTHERN

CONVENTION.

Rev. R. H. Graves

Miss L. Whilden

會教頓倫

Lun-tun Kow-wi.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. H. C. Ridges, B.A.

Rev. J. C. Edge

RHENISH MISSIONARY SOCIETY, Rev. W. Louis (Fukwing) Rev. E. Faber (Canton) Rev. F. Hubrig (absent) Rev, W. Dilthey (Canton) Rev. A. Blankenagel (Canton) Rev. R. Eichler Canton) Rev. C. Pritzsche (Long-hëu) Rev, W. Dietrich (Long-hëu)

Rev. John Paul, Bible Colporteur

FRENCH MISSION.

Right Rev. P. F. Guillemin Pro-vicaire Apostolique A. Béal Rev. J. Gérardin, procurator

Rev. A. Grandpierre, director of Orphan-

age

SWATOW.

Swatow, which was first thrown open to foreigners by Lord Elgin's Treaty, is situated at the mouth of the river Han, near the eastern border of the Kwangtung Province, in lat. 23 deg. 20 min. 43 sec. N., and long. 116 deg. 39 min. 3 sec. Ě. It is the shipping port for the city of Cha'-o chow-fu, the seat of the local government, 35 miles inlaud, and San-Ho-Pa forty miles farther up the river.

Swatow is built on the northern bank of the Han, which forms part of an alluvial plain through which the branches of the river flow. The shore on the opposite side is bold and striking, the hills stretching away to the coast and forming what is known to sea-going people as the "Cape of Good Hope," Pagoda Hill rises at the opposite side, and in a direct line from this lies the large island of Namoa.

The first foreign trading depôt in this locality was inaugurated at Namoa, where the opium vessels used to anchor, but it was subsequently removed to Double Island, which is situated just inside the river and is four miles from Swatow. Foreigners here made themselves notorious in the early years of the settlement by the kidnapping of coolies, and so strong was the feeling shown against them by the natives that no foreigners were safe far from Double Island, while they were strictly forbidden to enter Swatow, and it was not until 1861 that they could do so. In the country round Swatow the antipathy to foreiguers was of much longer duration. The British Consul was beld technically to reside at Ca'o-chow-fu, and subsequent to 18 1 several ineffectual attempts were made to pass through its gates. In 1866 a visit was made under more favourable circumstances, but it is only within the last few years that the popula tion has refrained from annoyance and insult to foreigners within its walls. In 1862 the lease of a piece of land was applied for and granted to the British Government on the north bank of the river about a mile from Swatow, but so strong were the demonstrations of the populace against it that the matter fell through. Foreign residences, however, commenced to spring up here and there, and many of them are consequently somewhat scattered, though the majority are in or near the town of Swatow.

The climate of Swatow is said to be very salubrious. The town occupies, however, an unenviable posi ion as regards typhoons, on account of being opposite the lower mouth of the Formosa Chanu 1, and it has on many occasions been subjected to all the violence of these terrible storms which almost every year sweep across the lower coast of China.

    The foreign trade of Swatow has never been large, but of late years it has shown a slight increase. Its proximity to Hongkong, which can be reached in from 15 to 20 hours, no doubt tells against it, as it enables the Chinese to conduct their own import business. The quantity of Opium imported has increa ed very much of late years; the total in 1868 was only 4,272 piculs as compared with 9,569 piculs in 1878. The quantity of Tea exported is very small, and reached only 4,540 piculs in 1878. A considerable trade is done in Sugar, there being 1,045,107 piculs exported in 1878, which shows an increase on previous years. The total revenue of the port for 1878 was 'ils. 740,671, a compared with Tis. 782,934 in 1878. The population of Swatow is estimated at 28,000.

DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government Offices.

大英領事官

Ta-Ying-ling-sz-koon.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-William Gregory

Assistant and Acting Interpreter-- George

Brown

ost-office Agent-Henry Sage

onstable-Henry Sage

大美國領事官

Tae-me-kwoh-ling-sz-koon.

UNITED STATES.

Consul-C. P. Lincoln (residing at Canton)

Consular Agent-C. C. Williams

Consular Clerk-Sim Kye Pang

AUSTRIA.

Consul-William Gregory

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FRANCE.

Vice-consul-William Gregory

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-Thomas William Richardson

ConsulWm, Hülse

DENMARK.

GERMANY.

Vice-consul-H. Ebell

Physician-E. J. Scott, M.D.

Acting Constable-D. de la Roche Shipping Masters-C. Stoewer & Co.

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Vice-consul-Wm. Hülse

Imperial Maritime Customs.

潮海關

Chao Hai Kuan.

Commissioner-A. Huber

SWATOW.

Assistants-F. Schjöth, W. N. Morehouse, S. Paul (absent), E. V. Touzalin, G. Kleinwächter

    Tide Surveyor & Harbour Master-W. Rae Boat Officer-J. von Jezewski

Examiners-W. Sanders, F. H. Ewer, H.

Schaumlöffel

Tide-waiters-G. A. Forsaith, J. Eccle-

stone, W. Luhrss, T. J. Scott, T. W. Harrocks, A. Berthiet, P. Foletti, A. J. Hadlay

Medical Attendant-Dr. E. I. Scott

DOUBLE ISLAND STATION. Assist. Tide Surveyor-W. Watson (absent)

       REVENUE STEAMER "FEI-HOO." Captain-T. E. Cocker

Chief Officer-

Acting Second Officer-B. F. Hough Chief Engineer-J. Kirkwood (absent) Second do. -G. A. Corder Gunner-H. Schnepel

CHINA COAST STEAM NAVIGATION Co. Agents-Douglas Lapraik & Co.

CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Agents-Bradley & Co.

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Agents-Bradley & Co.

PENINSULAE & ORIENTAL S. N. Co. Agents-Bradley & Co.

SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL.

Medical Officer-E. I. Scott, L.K. and

Q.C.P.I., L.R.C.S.I.

Trustees-T. W. Richardson, E. I. Scott Hon. Sec.-E. I. Scott

AMATEUR DRAMATIC CORPS. Geo. Brown, secretary

J. R. Bridgman, treasurer G. A. Corder, stage manager

TENNIS CLUB.

Committee-Geo. Brown, J. R. Bridgman,

E. V. Touzalin

Secretary and Manager-Capt. J. E. Cocker

Insurance Offices.

Bradley & Co., agents~

Lloyds'

London and Oriental Steam Transit

Insurance Company

Amicable Insurance Office of Calcutta North China Insurance Company China Traders' Insurance Company Union Insurance Society of Canton North British and Mercantile Insur-

ance Co. of Liverpool (Fire) Royal Insurance Company of Liver-

pool (Fire and Life)

Imperial Insurance Co., London (Fire) China Fire Insurance Company

Dircks & Co., agents-

Germanic Lloyds'

Hamburg and Bremen Underwriters Colonial Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany of Batavia

Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Com-

pany of Batavia

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Samarang

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited Second Colonial Sea and Fire In- surance Company of Batavia Yangtsze Insurance Association Austrian Insurance Company, Donau,

of Vieuna

Lapraik & Co., Douglas, agents- Canton Insurance Office

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company Phoenix Fire Insurance Company

Bank.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-

poration

Bradley & Co., agents

Missionaries.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Rev. George Smith, M.A. (absent) Rev. H. L. Mackenzie, M.A. (absent)

Wm. Gauld, M.A., M.D. Rev. Wm. Duffus

Rev. J. C. Gibson, M.A. Rev. Donald Melver, M.A.

Alexr. Lyall, M. B., C.M, Edinr.

Miss C. M. Ricketts

FRENCH FOREIGN MISSIONS.

Rev. A. Bernom

Rev. J. M. P. Verchere

Rev. J. M. Boussac Rev. H. Sarin

AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSION.

Rev. Wm. Ashmore, D.D.

Rev. S. B. Partridge

Rev. W. K. McKibben

Rev. Wm. Ashmore, Jr.

Miss A. M. Fielde

Miss Mary E. Thompson

Miss Sophia Norwood

Miss C. H. Daniels, M.D.

Professions and Trades.

Asverus, Otto, marine surveyor

德記行

Tey-kee-hong.

Bradley & Co., merchants

Thomas Wm. Richardson

Robt. H. Hill.

W. S. Fergusson

J. R. Bridgman

T. W. Horne, godown-keeper

SWATOW.

Campbell & Co., shipchandlers, auctioneers,

and general storekeepers

Patrick Campbell

C. H. Dodd

下記注行

Wo-kee-yeung-hong,

Craig & Co., merchants

Robert Craig

魯鱗行

Loo-ling-hong.

Dircks & Co., commission merchants

Bernhd. Schaar

Wm. Hülse

A. Witte

L. Haesloop

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Harris & Co., shipwrights and blacksmiths

Wm. Harris

福源行

Fook-yuen-hong.

Lapraik & Co., Douglas, merchants

G. D. Pitman

L. Grunauer

福昌洋行

Hock-cheong ye ng-hong.

Lloyd, Kho Tiong Poh & Co., merchants

and commission agents

Kho Tiong Poh (Singapore)

M. G. Scott (Amoy)

Tan Beng Teck

Lim Yam Seng

柴工師夫

Cha-kung-sai-foo.

Meyer & Co., J. D., shipwrights and black-

smiths

J. D. Meyer

士吉醫生

Sze-cut-e-sang.

Scott, Edward Irwin, L.K. and Q.C.P.I.

L.R.C.S.I., medical practitioner

廣德行

Kwang Teck Hong.

Williams & Co., commission merchants

C. C. Williams

J. Harmon

Sing Kye Pang

仰記洋行

Yeung-kee-yeun-hong.

Yap & Co., C. G., commission agents and

auctioneers

C. G. Yap

Chang Tai-oon Lim Ah-guk Chang Ab-keng

Pilots.

A. L. Piersdorff, E. W. Focken, P. Williams,

H. Frewin, H. Ramsay, M. Linklater

AMOY.

      Amoy was one of the five ports open to foreign trade before the ratification of th) Treaty of Tientsin. It is situated upon the island of Haimun, at the mouth of the Dragon River, in lat. £4 deg. 40 min. N. and long. 118 deg. E. It was the scene of trade with western nations at a very early date. The Portuguese went there in 1544, but in consequence of their cruelty towards the natives, the Chinese authorities forcibly expelled them and burned thirteen of their vessels. The English had commercial dealings there up to 1730, when the Chinese Government issued an edict prohibiting trade with foreigners at all ports except Canton. They made an exception as regards Spanish ships, which were allowed to trade at Amoy. The vessels of other nationa- lities, bowever, continued to visit the place, and did so till the city was captured in 1811. The Treaty of Nanking was signed soon afterwards, and foreigners have since ben allowed to live there in peace and security,

      In describing Amoy, Dr. Williams says: "The island (upon which Amoy is builte is about forty miles in circumference, and contains scores of large villages besides ths city. The scenery within the bay is picturesque, caused partly by the numeroue islands which define it, surmounted by pagodas or temples, and partly by the high barren hills behind the city. There is an outer and an inner city, as one approaches it seaward, divided by a high ridge of rocky hills having a fortified wall running along the top. A paved road connects the two. The entire circuit of the city and suburbs is about eight miles, containing a population of 300,000, while that of the islands is estimated at 100,000 more. The harbour is one of the best on the coast; there is good holding ground in the outer harbour, and vessels can anchor in the inner, within a short distance of the beach, and be perfectly secure; the tide rises and falls from fourteen to sixteen feet. The western side of the harbour, here from six hundred and seventy-five to eight hundred and forty yards wide, is formed by the island of Kulangsu. It is a picturesque little spot and maintains a rural population of 3,500 people. Eastward of Amoy is the island of Quemoy or Kinmun (Golden Harbour), presenting, a striking contrast in the low foreground on its south shore to the high land on Amoy."

      There is little to be said about the city. It ranks as a third class city in China, but it bears no comparison to Canton in wealth or general appearance. It is considered, even for China, to be very dirty, and its inhabitants are unusually squalid in their habits. There are several places of interest to foreigners in the vicinity, and excursions are made to Chang-chow-fu, the chief city of the department of that name, and situated about 35 miles from Amoy. The island of Kulangsu is about a third of a mile from Amoy, and the residences of nearly all the foreigners are to be found there, although most of the foreign business is transacted on the Amoy side. A tiny shipping sheet called the Amoy Gazette is published daily. The population is estimated at 88,000.

      There has always been a comparatively good trade done at Amoy. In 1864 the rebels captured Chang-chow-fu, and the commerc of the port was greatly interfered with. There are a number of steamers from Hongkong which touch here regularly, and communication with that port is thus very frequent. The total export of Tea for 1878 was 150,407 piculs, and of Sugar for the same period 147,361 piculs. The net importation of Opium for 1878 was 6,247 piculs as compared with 4,045 piculs in 1877. The total revenue of the port for 1878 was Tls. 622,981, against Tls. 712,445 in 1877.

AMOY.

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Consulates and Government Offices.

大英海關

Tai-Ying-hei-kwan.

GREAT BRITAIN.

H. A. Giles, acting consul

O. Johnson, assistant and Post-office agent

C. P. Simoens, clerk

W. Lewis, constable

花旗海關

Fa-kee-hoi-kwan.

UNITED STATES.

(For Amoy and Formosa).

W. Elwell Goldsborough, consul

N. C. Stevens, vice-consul

St. J. H. Edwards, clerk and marshal

U Lai Un, acting interpreter

Ngo Khiam, assistant interpreter

Ung Lian Seng, gaoler

法蘭西海關

Wo-lan-sai-hoi-kwan

FRANCE.

Randall H. Pye, vice-consul

F. Oakey, acting secretary

大德國領事衙門

Tai-tek-kok-ling-su-ge-mong. GERMANY.

(For the Fohkien Province).

H. Budler, interpreter (absent)

von Aichberger, consul

G. Mateling, clerk

Chu Wei-san, linguist

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN MONARCHY,

H. A. Giles, consul

媽交海關

Ma-kow-hoi-kwan.

PORTUGAL.

J. C. Wardlaw, consul

大:新巴呢國經海關

Tu Jih-s-ü-pa ni-a Keo Chung Hai-kwan.

SPAIN.

T. Ortuno, consul-general

E. de Perera, vice-consul

J. Cosieng, interpreter

Mariano Espino, constable

DENMARK.

H. A. Petersen, consul (absent)

J. W. Danielsen, acting consul

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

F. F. Elwell, vice-consul

烈、海關

Holan Haikwan.

NETHERLANDS.

C. J. Pasedag, consul

大日本國領事館

Dai Nippon kohn Rio ji kwan.

JAPAN.

(Amoy, Foochow, Tamsui, and Taiwan-fu}

Major K. Fukushima, consul

K. Tomiyama, second assistant secretary

K. Yamada, assistant

AMOY GENERAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

Arthur Corner, secretary

電線行

Tin-sin-hong.

GREAT NORTHERN TELEGRAPH COMPANY

(Office, Kulangsu.)

J. Henningsen, superintendent

F. Irminger, electrician

R. A. Stricker, operator

F. F. da Silva,

do.

Four Chinese operators

Imperial Maritime Customs.

推門關

Hoia-mén-kuan.

Commissioner-H. E. Hobson

Assistants-H. E. Sidford, H. F. Merrill,

J. L. Remusat, F. Clayson

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AMOY.

Medical Attendant-Dr. Manson Harbour Master and Tide-surveyor-W. C.

Howard

Assistant Tide-surveyor-R. Moran Boat Officer-A. W. Field Examiner-C. J. Price

Assistant Examiners-J. Mesney, J. Mc-

Intosh, G. Bayly

Tide-waiters-E. V. Calver, F. Knäpel, C. Killeen, F. McQuire, F. Bartenstein, H. J. Brockdorf, A. Johnson, T. Williams Principal Linguist-Tim Chinquan Linguists- Wong Km-ming, L. Kwan-tung,

Ip A-hon, Kwok Lo Kwai, Leung Kam- tsün, Soon Sooh-yau, Leow Bun Hoat

MARINE DEPARTMENT.

CHINA COAST LIGHTS, SOUTHERN SECTION.

Assistant Lighthouse Engineer--M. Beazeley Lighthouse Mechanic-J. Reynor

LIGHTKEEPERS.

Middle Dog Lighthouse-A. Sutherland (in

charge), A. Michel

Turnabout Lighthouse-J. Noble (in charge),

J. Chapman

Ockseu Lighthouse-G. Mummery (in

charge), J. T. Jenkins

Tsing-seu Lighthouse-John Harp Chapel Island Lighthouse-D. F. Botelho Fisher Island Lighthouse-G. Taylor (in

     charge), R. A. Santa Ana, J. S. Eliyaga Lamocks Lighthouse-J. H. Green (in

charge), D. Fernandez, V. Ferreara

虎飛

REVENUE STEAMER "LING FENG."

Commander-Lieut. A. J. Booth, R.N.

Second do. -G. Hext

Chief Officer-E. Stevens

Chief Engineer-Richard Wolfenden

Second do. -Robert Wolfenden do. Additional-J. Armstrong Gunner-J. Phillips

Quartermasters-J. Segardol, J. Curran, H.

Hammond

Harbour Pilots.

G. Hauenstein, J. Buschmann, N. Moalle

Steamship Agencies.

Boyd & Co, agents-

E. and A. M. S. S. Co., Limited Ocean Steamship Company

China Navigation Company, Limited

Dauver & Co., agents-

Spanish steamer Emuy

Elles & Co., agents-

D. Lapraik & Co.'s Coast Steamers O. & O. Steamship Company

China Coast Steam Navigation Co.

Lloyd, Khoo Teong Poh & Co., agents ---

Bun Hin Line of Steamers Carisbrooke-Capt. H. Wharton Cheang Hock Kian-Capt. Fred. Webb Pearl-Capt. H. L. Munk

Russell & Co., agents-

Pacific Mail Steamship Company

Tait & Co., agents-

P. & Ó. S. N. Company

Insurance Offices.

Boyd & Co., agents--

Lloyds'

China Traders' Insurance Co., Limited Royal Fire and Life Insurance Co. Sun Fire Insurance Company

Bremen Marine Insurance Companies Underwriters' Union at Amsterdam Jersey Mutual Insurance Society for

Shipping

Netherlands India Sea and Fire In-

surance Company

Brown & Co., agents-

Lancashire Fire Insurance Company

Elles & Co., agents-

Alliance Fire Insurance Company Canton Insurance Office

Union of Hamburg Underwriters Hongkong Fire Insurance Company Imperial Fire Insurance Company China Fire Insurance Company

Johnston & Co., agents-

London and Lancashire Fire Insur-

ance Company

London and Lancashire Life Assur-

ance Company

Pasedag & Co., agents-

Germanischer Lloyds'

Colonial Sea & Fire Insurance Co. Samarang Sea & Fire Insurance Co.

ΑΜΟΥ.

Second Colonial Sea & Fire Insurance

Company

Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Co. Transatlantic Marine Insurance Com-

pany, Limited, of Berlin

Petersen & Co., H. A., agents-

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited K. K. Priv. Oest. Versicherungs Ge- sellschaft "Donau," Limited

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association of

Shanghai

Tait & Co., agents-

Marine Insurance Company

North British and Mercantile Fire

Insurance Company

North China Insurance Company Northern Assurance Company Union Insurance Society of Canton Java Sea & Fire Insurance Company

Scottish Imperial Insurance Company

Docks.

大船塢

Tai-suen o.

AMOY DOCK COMPANY.

Albert Leigh, manager and secretary

W. Paulsen, foreman shipwright

A. Liddell, engineer

Banks.

渣打銀行

Cha-ta-ngan-hong.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and

China

Tait & Co., agents

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, Lon-

don and China

Boyd & Co., agents

匯豐

Hwuy-foong.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-

poration

J. G. Hodgson, agent

F. M. da Luz, assistant

National Bank of India

Boyd & Co., agents

Professions, Trades, &c.

Andersen, L. A., surveyor for Lloyds agents, Germanic Lloyds' and local offices

寶德行

Pow-tick-hong

Anderson & Co, J. L., merchants

J. L. Anderson

Chas. E. Anderson

和記

Wo-kee.

287

Boyd & Co., merchants and commission

agents

T. D. Boyd

Edward N. Rose

Thos. Covil, tea inspector

R. B. Fenton

W. Laidlaw (Tamsui) W. S. Orr

T. G. Harkness

D. M. Wright (Taiwan) Hugh S. Playfair

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Sui Liock-hong.

Brown & Co., merchants

H. D. Brown (England) F. Chomley

D. A. Darling

C. S. Powell

J. A. Maher

H. V. Boyol

A. Francis (Tamsui)

勿郎

Mat-long.

Brown & Co., F. C., linen drapers, silk

mercers, milliners, &c.

F. C. Brown

Mrs. Hams

Miss T. C. Hams

Corner, Arthur, commission agent, and

agent for Geo. Smith & Co., wine mer-

chants, Shanghai

裕記行

Yu-kee-hong.

Dauver & Co., merchants

H. R. Dauver

P. M. Sauger

S. B. Victor

Dodd & Co., merchants

John Dodd

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Elles & Co., merchants

Jamieson Elles (absent)

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Edmund Pye

R. H. Pye

J. Gratton Cass

A. W. Bain

J. W. Graham (Formosa)

W. Christy

F. Casa (Tamsui)

J. C. Elles (Taiwan-fu)

F. Oakey

W. de St. Croix

De Westley Layton

T. G. Gowland

H. U. Jeffries

T. B. Elliot

P. C. Krall (Auping)

T. Bentley (Keelung)

錦興行

Kim-hin-hong.

Eng Watt Bros. & Co., merchants and

commission agents

S. Eng Watt

S. Ewe Lay (absent)

C. K. Choon

E. T. Hong

P. A. Cheng T. H. Hong

T. K. Chuang

Q. S. Tye

T. C. Hong

Y. Allain

C. C. Boye

利記

Lee kee.

Gerard & Co., C., shipchandlers, sail-

makers, compradores, &c.

C. O. Kopp

M. Rost

C. A. S. Ayres

Ice and Aerated Water Company

Jok Lin, manager

建隆行

Kin-loong-hong.

Johnston & Co., merchants and commission

agents

W. Cunningham Johnston

A. A. Nunes

鴻記

Hong-kee.

Kung Lin Mhone & Co., merchants and

commission agents

Kung Phoe Chun

AMOY.

Khoo Chin Seang

Chia Mah Yean

Bin Khoo Chaung

源發

Yün-fat.

Lie Khong Kiet, agent for Guan Wat

& Co., Padang

Lie Saay (Padang)

Lie Khong Teek do.

Lie Khong Haan do.

福昌樓

Hock-cheong-chan.

Lloyd, Khoo Teong Poh & Co., merchants,

and commission agents

Khoo Teong Poh (Singapore)

M. G. Scott

Lee Pek Gum

Lee Pek Ban

瑞記洋行

Soy-ker-young-hong.

Malcampo & Co,,

J. Malcampo Quioga

L. d'Azevedo

Seng Chiba Chuahilo

Yoh Siam

J. Orrate

醫生

E-sany.

Manson, Patrick, M.D., physician

Johanssen, Christian Heinrich, M.D., phy-`

sician

Moalle & Co., ship chandlers, compradores, stevedores, navy contractors, auctioners, &c.

Nicholas Moalle

Alipio Callaço

William Gotz

安記

An-kee.

Ollia, N. D., merchant & commission agent

Nusserwanjee Dadabhoy Ollia

C. Framjee (Bombay)

J. N. Ollia (Bombay)

慶記

Khen kee.

Ollia & Co., D. D., merchants and com-

mission agents

B. S. Mehta

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Framjee Cawasjee (Foochow)

D. D. Ollia (Taiwan)

D. C. Mehta (Takao)

P. Bomonjee

M. R. Tolatee

D. F. Tombolee (Foochow)

寶記

Poa-kee.

Pasedag & Co., merchants

C. J. Pasedag

A. Piehl

C. F. Zimmermann

成記

Sin-kee.

AMOY.

Petersen & Co., H. A., merchants and com-

mission agents

H. A. Petersen (absent)

J. W. Danielsen

L. P. Michelsen

C. Hansen

H. Shroeter

羅沙留

Lo-a-lio.

Rosario, Polycarpo A. do, pianoforte tuner

and repairer

Russell & Co., merchants

N. C. Stevens

J. J. Howard

C. C. dos Remedios

德記

Tick-kee.

Tait & Co., merchants

.

J. C. Wardlaw

R. H. Bruce

J. Bruce

B. R. Wickham

T. E. Ludlam

A. H. Thornton

D. A. Trotter

F. W. Bruce

C. H. Best (Tamsui)

T. Gheeting

福建印字館

Foo-keen-yun-tse-koon.

"The Amoy Gazette and Shipping Re-

port," daily

A. A. Marçal, proprietor & publisher

D. F. R. Marçal, overseer

J. F. Marçal, foreman F. J. Paul, compositor

W. Thomas do.

W. Pedro

do.

腺鹏

Kwong-sun.

289

Wilson, Nicholls & Co., commission agents,

shipchandlers, sailmakers, and com-

pradores

W. Wilson

B. Nicholls

Hospitals.

水手醫館

Sui-sou-e-koon.

SEAMEN'S HOSPITAL.

Drs. Manson and Johanssen, managers

演什繄館

Chai-sai-e-koon.

NATIVE HOSPITAL.

Patrick Manson, M.D., &c.

Masonic Lodges.

CORINTHIAN LODGE OF AMOY, No. 1806, E.C.

Meets on second Saturday of each month,

at the Masonic Hall, Kulangsu, at 8.45 p.m.

OFFICERS, 1880.

Worshipful Master-W. C. Howard

Past Master A. Leigh

Senior Warden-A. W. Bain

Junior Warden-J. Gratton Cass

Treasurer-H. E. Sidford, P.M.

Organist-Oct. Johnson

Secretary-F. McQuire

Senior Deacon-B. Nicholls

Junior Deacon-A. Liddell

Director of Ceremonies-C. O. Kopp

Steward-W. Wilson

Inner Guard-J. Mesny

Tyler--C. Killeen

IONIC LODGE OF AMOY, No. 1781, E.C. Meets on second Tuesday of each month at the Masonic Hall, Kulangsu, at 9 p.m. OFFICERS, 1880.

Worshipful Master-H. A. Giles Senior Warden-R. H. Pye

Junior Warden-J. Henningsen Secretary-T. G. Harkness Treasurer-A. W. Bain Organist-0. Johnson

Senior Deacon-J. Bruce

AMOY-TAKAO AND TAIWANFU.

290

Junior Deacon-Capt. Booth

   Inner Guard-De Westley Layton Steward-N. Moalle

Hotel,

Tyler-C. Killeen

Hotel "Stadt Stralsund"

F. Neimen, proprietor

Missionaries.

REFORMED CHURCH IN AMERICA.

Rev. J. V. N. Talmage, D.D.

Rev. D. Rapalje

Rev. L. W. Kip (absent)

Rev. D M. Talmage

Miss M. E. Talmage

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. John Macgowan

Rev. J. Sadler

ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN MISSION.

Rev. W. S. Swanson

Rev. W. McGregor, M.A. Rev. R. Gordon, M.A. (absent) Rev. H. Thompson

pam aperi V

ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION. Church of the " Holy Rosary," Amoy. Rev. Guilhermo Burno

Church of "Holy Rosary," Pechui. Rev. Romon Colomer

Foundling Hospital, Amoy.

Under the control of Italian Sisters. Mother Maria Ferrari, Mother Carolina Rogno, Mother Ida Belgieri, Sister Isabel Fau

CHURCH OF THE "CONCEPTION," KANGBÔE. Rev. N. Guixa and native priest

CHURCH OF "SANTO DOMINGO," Au-poa. Rev. José Dutras and native priest

TAKAO AND

AND TAIWAN-FU.

Takao is a port in Formosa, and is situated in lat. 22 deg. 38 min. 3 sec. N. and long. 130 deg. 16 min. 3) sec. E. It was thrown open to foreigners in 1864. It is only a small place, occupied chiefly by Chinese fishermen, and, excepting the beautiful scenery surrounding it, possesses no features of interest. The appearance of the place and its vicinity from the sea is very pleasant. Ape's Hill is seen rising on the left and the Saracen's Head on the right. Between the two is the channel which leads up

        to the inner harbour, which is about seven miles long and three miles across in its widest part. The soil of the country around Takao is extremely fertile; banyans and bamboos grow luxuriantly, and sugar plantations are numerous. Sugar is the principal article of export from Takao, and in 1878 it amounted to 391,854 piculs as against 567,582 piculs in 1877. The import of Opium in 1878 amounted to 2,853 piculs, as against 3,168 piculs in 1877. The total revenue of the port in 1878 was Tls. 133,871, and in 1877 Tls. 150,381. The population of Takao is estimated at 6,000.

The city of Taiwan-fu lies about twenty miles from Takao in lat. 23 deg. 6 min. N. and long. 129 deg. 5 min E. It is a place of considerable size and importance. It is situated about three miles from the coast, with which connection is kept up by means of canals. The walls of the city are some five miles in circumference and enclose many buildings and places of interest. Among these is an Examination Hall for the Chinese literati, capable of accommodating several thousand students. There are a great many trees and open spaces in the city, which give it rather a pleasant appearance. In the locality are the ruins of Zealandia, a fort which was built in 1630, and which was the chief stronghold of the Dutch in Formosa until they were driven out by the Chinese pirate chief Koxinga, soon after whose death the western half of the island fell under the rule of the Chinese Government, The Customs give no returns of trade here, as they are included with those of Takao. The port is an open shallow roadstead, and vessels have to anchor at some distance from the shore. The population of Taiwan-fu is estimated at 189,000.

TAKAO AND TAIWANFU.

291

DIRECTORY.

Consulates.

BRITISH, ALSO Danish, German, French, AND AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN.

Consul-

Assistant-W. Holland

Constable-Antonio Alborado

UNITED STATES.

Consular Agent-

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-A. W. Bain (absent)

Imperial Maritime Customs.

臺灣關

Tai-wan-kwan.

Assistant in charge-F. A. Morgan

Assistant J. W. Innocent

Tide-surveyor & Harbour Master-T. N.

Manners

Assistant Examiner-R. J: Hastings Tide-waiters-J. L. Tebbutt, G. Roberts Linguist-Chew Tiam Eck

ANPING.

Assistant in charge-F. A. Morgan Assistant-A, Courtau

Examiner-J. D. Smith

Tide-waiters-H. Heather, A. W. Böhncke Linguist-Chun Mun

Insurances.

Boyd & Co., agents-

Lloyds'

China Traders' Insurance Co., Limited Chinese Insurance Co., Limited

Elles & Co., agents-

Canton Insurance Office

Tait & Co., agents-

North China Insurance Company Java Sea and Fire Insurance Company Union Insurance Society of Canton Mannich & Co., Julius, agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Professions, Trades, &c.

Boyd & Co., merchants

D. Moncrief Wright

Elles & Co., merchants

A. W. Bain (absent)

J. C. Elles

Stean: Tug "Sin Taiwan," Capt. Krohn

富 日 阿

Fu-yat-o

Fougera, Jean Henry, commission mer-

chant (Taiwan-fu), absent

Harwood, J. W., chief instructor in gun-

nery, Anping Forts

Mannich & Co., Julius, general merchants

and commission agents

Julius Mannich

Robt. Dross, signs per pro.

Ollia & Co., D. D., merchants and com-

mission agents

D. D. Öllia (Taiwan)

D. C. Mehta (Taiwan and Takao) j

Sun-to.

Santos, E. C. dos, photographer

Tait & Co., merchants

B. R. Wickham, agent, (Takao and

Taiwan)

Missionaries.

ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN MISSION.

Rev. Hugh Ritchie (Taiwanfoo) Rev. W. Campbell

(do.) absent

Rev. Thos. Barclay, M.A.

(do.)

(do.)

Rev. David Smith

Peter Anderson, L.R.C.S. E., L.R.C.P.E.

ROMAN CATholic MissION. Dominicans-Rev. A. Chinchon, Rev. V.

Gomar, Rev. J. Nebot

Pilots.

H. Vosteen, J. Eggert

Hosted by

Google

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TAMSUI.

    The port of Tamsui is in lat. 25 deg. 10 min. N. and long. 101 deg. 26 min. E., on the northern side of the ferule island of Formosa. It is an uninteresting place. The trade at Tamsui is not extensive. Tea grows on the hills in the locality, but the quality is inferior. Camphor is manufactured here and elsewhere in Formosa, the tree from which it is made being very common on the island. The principal exports in 1878 were as follow:-Tea, 80,261 piculs; Camphor, 13,502 piculs; Coal, 25,788 tons. The import of Opium in 1878 was 1,847 piculs, and in 1877, 1,669 piculs. The total revenue of the port in 1878 was Tls. 272,266, and in 1877, Tls. 235,504. The population is estimated at 65,000.

Consulates. BRITISH.

   Consul A. Frater (absent) Acting Consul-C. M. Ford Writer-Lin Hsün Chên Linguist-Ung Pock Chuan Constable-P. W. Petersen

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN. Acting Consul-C. M. Ford

GERMAN.

Acting Vice-Consul-C. M. Ford

UNITED STATES.

Consular Agent-John Dodd

NETHERLANDS.

Cousul John Dodd

DIRECTORY.

     Imperial Maritime Customs. Commissioner--W. T. Lay

Assistants-J. L. Blackmore, C. Le Bas

Rickman

Tide-surveyor-

Tide-waiters-J. W. Paterson, J. F. Bor- rowdale, H. T. Wavell, C. P. C. Lynborg Clerk-See Bwan Ann

Insurances.

Boyd & Co., agents-

China Traders Insurance Company,

Limited

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited

Dodd & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.

Elles & Co., agents-

Lloyds'

Union Insurance Society of Canton

Tait & Co., agents-

Java Sea and Fire Insurance Co. North China Insurance Company

Merchants.

Boyd & Co., merchants

Walter Laidlaw, tea inspector

Brown & Co., merchants

Dodd & Co., merchants

J. Dodd

Grant Scott, tea inspector Edward Fisher, godown keeper

Elles & Co., merchants

Francis Cass, agent J. W. Graham

Ringer, Beverley Stewart, M. R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A. Lon., medical practitioner for Tamsui and Keelung

Tait & Co., merchants

C. H. Best, agent

STEAM TUG "FEILOONG."

Elles & Co., agents

CANADA PRESBYTERIAN MISSION.

Rev. Geo. L. Mackay

Rev. K. F. Junor

KEELUNG.

     The port of Keelung lies to the north-east of Tamsui, in latitude 25 deg. 9 min. N. and longitude 121 deg. 47 min. E. It is situated on ti e shores of a bay between the capes of Foki and Peton, some twenty miles apart, amidst bold and striking scenery, backed by a range of mountains. It was once a Spanish Settlement, but was subsequently captured and held by the Dutch until they gave place to the Chinese under Koxinga. Though only a mere village it has long carried on a considerable native trade with Amoy, Chin-chew, and Foochow. Its staple product is coal, the mines of which are very productive and some of them are now being worked with modern English machinery under the direction of English miners. Sulphur also abounds in a valley in the neighbourhood, but the Authorities will not allow it to be worked. Keelung was opened to foreign trade at the same time as the other Formosan ports. The foreign trade at this port is confined to the shipment of coal. Its exports are included in the returns for Tâmsui.

DIRECTORY.

UNITED STATES CONSULATE.

Consular Agent-John Dodd

NETHERLANDS CONSULATE.

Consul-John Dodd

KEELUNG COLLIERY,

D. Tyzack, mining engineer, Bluff House,

via Keelung

John Robson, master enginewright Robert Gibson, overman

L. H. Duke, J. Hutchison, assistant over-

men

Chen Leong Hee, linguist

Insurances.

Boyd & Co., agents-

China Traders Insurance Company,

Limited

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited

Dodd & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.

Elles & Co., agents-

Lloyds'

Union Insurance Society of Canton

Imperial Maritime Customs.

海關

Hai Kwan.

Commissioner-W. T. Lay

Assistant J. J. Keymenlen

Assistant Examiner-P. Baudains

Clerks Choa Leng Tee, Chew Leong Hoe

Merchants.

Bord & Co., merchants

W. Laidlaw, agent

寶順行

Paou-shun-hong.

Dodd & Co., merchants

J. Dodd

Elles & Co., merchants

Francis Cass, agent T. Bentley

FOOCHOW.

    Foochow (or Fuh-chau-fu) is the capital of the Fohkien province. It is situated in lat. 26 deg. 02 min. 24 sec. N., and long. 119. deg 20 min. E. The city is built on a plain on the northern side of the river Min, and is distant about thirty-four miles from the sea, and nine miles from Pagoda Island, where foreign vessels anchor.

The attention of foreigners was early attracted to Foochow as a likely place where commercial intercourse could be profitably carried on in the shipment of Bohea Tea, which is grown largely in the locality. Before the port was opened, this article used to be carried overland to Canton for shipment, a journey which was both long and difficult. The East India Company, as early as 1830, made representations in favour of the opening of the port, but nothing definite was done till the conclusion of the Treaty of Nanking in 1842. The early years of intercourse with the natives was any- thing but what was anticipated. The navigation of the river was difficult, there was no market for imports, and several attacks by the populace rendered the port an undesirable place of residence for some time. It was not until some ten years after the port had been opened that there was much done in the export of Tea from the interior, but since then the quantity shipped has increased so largely that Foochow is now one of the principal tea ports in China.

The city is built around three hills, and the circuit of the walled portion is between six and seven miles in length. The walls are about thirty feet high and twelve feet wide at the top. The streets are narrow and filthy, but the number of trees about the official quarter of the city, and the wooded hills enclosed by the walls, give a picturesque appearance to the general view. Near the east gate of the city are several hot springs, which, like those in Japan, are used by the natives for the cure of skin diseases and are believed to be very efficacious. The Foochow dealers excel in the manufacture of miniature monuments, pagodas, dishes, &c., from what is called " soap stone," and in the construction of artificial flowers, curious figures of birds, &c. The foreign settlement is situated on the south side of the Min, on hilly ground, opposite the island of Chung-chow. Communication is kept up between it and the city by means of a bridge.

The climate of Foochow is rather warmer in summer and cooler in winter than that of Hongkong. Frost and ice are occasionally-but very seldom-met with here; and it is recorded that in the month of February, 1864, some two inches of snow fell upon the surrounding bills. Such an occurrence had not been remembered for forty years before, and it certainly has not happened since.

The scenery surrounding Foochow is very beautiful. In sailing up the river. from the sea, a distance of about seven or eight miles, vessels have to leave the wide stream and enter what is called the Kimpai Pass, which is barely half a mile across, and enclosed as it is by bold, rocky walls, it has a very striking appearance. The Pass of Min-ngin is still narrower, and with its towering cliffs, surmounted with fortifications and cultivated terraces, is very picturesque, and has been compared to some of the scenes on the Rhine.

Foreign vessels, with the exception of those of very light draught, are compelled to anchor at Pagoda Island, owing to the shallowness of the river, which has been increasing of late years, and the difficulties of navigation.

    The trade of Foochow is mainly in Tea, the quantity exported in 1878 amounting to 678,624 pienls against 618,122 piculs in 1877. Of Opium, 4,096 piculs were imported in 1878 as against 3,165 piculs in 1877. The total revenue of the port for 1878 was Tls. 2,029,509; for 1877, it was Tls. 1,821,630. A small weekly paper called the Foochow Herald is published here. The population of Foochow is estimated at 600,000.

FOOCHOW.

DIRECTORY.

Consulates and Government Offices.

大英國領事

Ta-ying-kwo-ling-shih.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-Charles A. Sinclair

Act. Vice-consul-R. W. Mansfield (at

Pagoda Anchorage)

Acting Interpreter-M. F. A. Fraser

Assistant-Alexr. Hosie

Packet Agent-M. F. A. Fraser

Constable at Anchorage-Thomas Read

大美領事衙門

Ti-me-ling-sz-ya mun.

UNITED STATES.

Consul-M., M. De Lano

Vice-consul and Interpreter-

Native Writer-So Stze Ho

Constable-F. Ozario

GERMANY.

Acting Consul-M. M. De Lano

Interpreter-

FRANCE.

Consul-Plichon (absent)

Gérant du Consulat―P. Ristelhueber

Interprete Chancelier-Vte. G. de Bezaure

PORTUGAL.

Acting Consul-P. Ristelhueber

RUSSIA.

Vice-consul-A. Solomonoff

        SWEDEN AND Norway. Vice-consul-Edward Sheppard Consular Clerk-B. Pereira

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-T. Pim

Imperial Arsenal.

Director P. Giquel (absent)

Secretary of the Direction-A. Helland

Navigation School--J. Carroll, A. Moreton

School for Naval Construction-

Imperial Maritime Customs.

海關

Hai-kwan.

Commissioner-C. Hannen

Deputy Commissioner-A. Mouillesaux de

Bernières

295

Assistants-S. Leslie, A. Ainslie, E. F.

Creagh, E. A. Deacon

OUT-DOOR STAFF AT NANTAI. Assistant Tide Surveyor-H. C. Müller Examiners-W. Jenkins, C. J. Price, R.

Goodridge, S. Young, J. Morgan Chinese Clerks-L. Wong, Ho Chee Chuen, Chob Ling-tee, Loke Chew Leong, Li Tat Chang, Lo Tsun Tsoi

PAGODA ANCHORAGE.

Harbour Master and Tide Surveyor-T. B.

Rennell

Assistant Tide Surveyor-

Tide-waiters-G. Nutter, W. E. Clodd, S.

Rosenbaum, M. B. J. Ström, J. Cornelli

Supernumerary Tide-waiters-R. A. Carr,

D. Davies

POLICE FORCE.

Sergeant D. Mullins

Constable-J. Deas

Pilots.

RIVER MIN.

W. J. Mitchell, G. Oeltze, T. Randall,

E. F. Simonsen, F. Johnson

Public Companies.

INSURANCES.

Adamson, Bell & Co., agents-

Chinese Insurance Company, Li-

mited

Commercial Union Assurance Co.

Fire and Marine Branch s

South Australian Marine Insurance

Company

Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. Mercantile Marine Insurance Com-

pany of South Australia

Birley & Co., agents-

Union Marine Insurance Co., Limited Guardian Fire Assurance Company Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society

Butterfield & Swire, agents-

The British and Foreign Marine In- surance Company, Limited Royal Exchange Insurance Company London and Lancashire Fire Insur-

ance Company

296

Forster & Co., John, agents--

FOOCHOW.

North British and Mercantile In-

   surance Company Imperial Marine Insurance Company,

Limited

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents-

China Fire Insurance Company, Li-

mited

Union Insurance Society of Canton Commercial Union Assurance Com-

pany, Life Department Home and Colonial Marine Insurance

Company

Gilman & Co., agents-

Lloyds'

Association of Underwriters of Glas-

gow

Underwriters' Association of Liver-

pool

Merchant Shipping and Underwriters'

Association of Melbourne North China Insurance Company Ocean Marine Insurance Company London Assurance Corporation, Fire Imperial Fire Insurance Company

Holliday, Wise & Co., agents-

  Manchester Fire Insurance Company London Assurance Corporation, Ma-

rine department

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents- Canton Insurance Office Triton Insurance Company Hongkong Fire Insurance Company Alliance Fire Insurance Company

Kaw Hong Take & Co., agents

On-tai Insurance Co., Limited

Odell and Leyburn, agents-

Royal Insurance Company

London and Provincial Marine In-

surance Company

Oliver & Co., George, agents-

Scottish Imperial Insurance Com-

pany, Fire and Life

Phipps, Hickling & Co., agents-

Liverpool and London and Globe

   Insurance Company, Fire Marine Insurance Co., London

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Siemssen & Co., agents---

Globe Marine Insurance Company,

Limited, of London

Second Colonial Sea and Fire In-

surance Company of Batavia Dusseldorf Universal Marine In- surance Company, Limited, of Dusseldorf

German Lloyd Marine Insurance

Company, Limited, Berlin

Turner & Co., agents-

Netherlands India Marine Insurance

Company

Home & Colonial Assurance Company Northern Fire and Life Assurance

Company

Westall, Galton & Co., agents- Phoenix Fire Insurance

Universal Marine Insurance Co., Li-

mited

Merchants' Marine Insurance Com-

pany, Limited

China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited

Austrian Insurance Company, "Don-

au

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FOOCHOW DOCKYARD. Jas. Anderson, manager

J. W. Ord, foreman shipwright J. H. Hollander, clerk

Chu-sheung-min-kuk.

CHINA MERCHANTS STEAM NAVIGATION

COMPANY.

Agent-Tong Ying-chai

Sub-Agent-Tong Shau-ue

Shipping Clerk--Tong Sum-chuen Writer-Lin Yek chow

Clerks-Hoo Lin-shok, Lin Kien-poo, Ma

Teng-fong

Shroff-Lin Sow-tu

Godownkeeper-Leong Lun

Steam Launch Min.

Engineer-Leong Kit-sun

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION Co.

Turner & Co., agents

EASTERN AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL STEAM CO., LIMITED.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents

CHINA COAST STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents

CHINA NAVIGATION CO., LIMITED.

Butterfield & Swire, agents

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

Butterfield & Swire, agents

SHANGHAI LOCAL POST OFFICE.

FOOCHOW.

Dobie & Co., agents at Pagoda Anchorage

大丹國電線行

Ta Tan-kw-teen-hsien-hong.

GREAT NORTHERN TELEGRAPH Co.

Lieut. C. H. Kragh, R.D.A., agent

冰廠

Ping-chong.

FOOCHOW ICE AND AERATED WATER

COMPANY.

Chas. W. Begley

Banks.

Agra Bank, Limited

Gilman & Co., agents

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and

China

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents

Chartered Mercantile Bank

Butterfield & Swire, agents

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris

E. Schweblin, agent

匯豐

Hwuy-foong.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corpo-

ration

A. Leith, agent

A. W. Maitland, assist. account.

National Bank of India, Limited

Turner & Co., agents

Oriental Bank Corporation

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents

Professions, Trades, &c.

天祥 Tien-cheang.

Adamson, Bell & Co., merchants

T. M. Dermer

F. H. C. Thomas Fred. Dodwell

H. B. de Souza

太興

Tai-hing.

Bathgate & Co., merchants

John Bathgate, Jnr.

Tobias Pim

福興

Fook-hing.

Birley & Co., merchants

J. L. P. Sanderson

A. R. Blandy

太古

Tui-koo.

Butterfield & Swire, merchants

H. R. Smith, tea inspector

W. J. Robinson, tea inspector

J. S. Burls

多比

Do-bee.

207

Dobie & Co., shipchandlers, Pagode Is-

land

S. A. Kraal (in charge)

華昌藥房

Wah-cheong-yeuk-fong.

Foochow Dispensary and Sodawater -

nufactory

U. C. Silva, chemist

"Foochow Herald"

Foochow Printing Press, proprietors

Foochow Hotel

G. F. Brockett, proprietor

天裕

Teen-eu.

Forster & Co., John, merchants

John Forster

H. J. J. Chambers (absent) Hugh Sutherland

A. D. Nind

298

FOOCHOW.

乾記

Kien-kee.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

H. P. Tennant, agent, and tea in-

spector

H. Clyma

太平

Tai-ping.

Gilman & Co., merchants, and agents for

Lloyds'

W. H. Harton, Jr.

C. F. Harton

G. Slade

興隆

Hung-hong.

Gittins & Co., John, merchants

John Gittins

義利

E-lee.

Hedge & Co., merchants, and agents for

Shanghai Local Post

Thomas Dunn (absent)

T. B. Hedge

T. F. Jones

C. A. Dunn

J. A. Coffin

do.

義記

Gnee-kee.

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants

C. G. Tatham, agent

同样

Tung-cheung.

Hunter, W. L., merchant

J. W. Tilley

義和

Yee-wo.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants

W. Paterson

A. Forbes Angus, tea inspector

W. E. Allum

W. R. Soames

D. da Roza

和記

Wo-kee.

Jones & Phillips, exchange brokers

Thomas Jones (absent)

J. Phillips

怡製

Yee-hein.

Kaw Hong Take & Co., merchants, com-

mission agents, and shipbrokers, and

agents for S. S. "Taiwan," river pas-

senger boat

Kaw Hong Take

Ung Choon Tee

豐茂

Foong-mow.

Lalor, J. P., commission agent and public

tea inspector

協昌

Hip cheong.

Morris & Co., B. J., merchants

B. J. Morris

隆文行

Loong-man-hong.

Newman & Co., public tea inspectors

and commission merchants

Walter Newman (absent)

H. Baker

裕昌

Yü-cheong.

Odell & Leyburn, merchants

John Odell

Frank Leyburn

Chas. Pye

慶記

Khen-kee.

Ollia & Co., D. D., merchants and com-

mission agents

Framjee Cawasjee

B. S. Mehta (Amoy)

D. D. Ollia (Taiwanfoo)

D. C. Mehta (Takao)

Pestonjee Bomanjee (Amoy)

D. F. Tumboly

M. B. Tolatee (Amoy)

太茂

Tai-mow.

Oliver & Co., George, merchants

George Oliver

J. H. B. Allen E. A. Crocker

公裕

Kung-eu.

Phipps, Hickling & Co., merchants

A. L. Phipps (absent)

H. Hickling

H. G. Phipps

C. D. Smith

阜昌

Fou-chong.

FOOCHOW.

Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co., merchants

M. F. Piatkoff

J. M. Molchanoff (Hankow)

S. J. Speshiloff N. J. Holmogaroff M. J. Nemchinoff B. M. Koosnetzoff E. P. Pejemsky Chesney Duncan

Ponomareff & Co., P. A., merchants

P. A. Ponomareff (Hankow)

A. A. Solomonoff

J. S. Mairin

同珍

Tung-chun.

Purdon & Co., merchants

J. A. Maitland (absent)

J. G. Purdon (Shanghai)

E. P. Hague

do.

Chas. Cole, tea inspector

E. G. C. Webb

昌曲

Cheong-hing.

Reeves, W. M., merchant

W. M. Reeves

J. P. Pereira

羅弼臣

Lo-pin-sun.

Robertson & Co., commission merchants

and auctioneers

H. G. Robertson

Shipchandlers, sailmakers and coal dealers,

Pagoda Anchorage

Thos. Brockett (in charge)

Robertson, H. G., contractor and builder

Loong-cheung.

Rozario & Co., D., commission agents

D. do Rozario

旗昌

Kee-cheang.

Russell & Co., merchants

E. Sheppard

M. W. Greig

B. Pereira H. S. Rogers

E. H. England

Sing-sa-sun.

Sassoon & Co., E. D., merchants

J. S. Perry, agent

S. R. Marcus

Sassoon, Sons & Co., D., merchants

N. D. Ezekiel

S. J. Reuben

299

Saunders, Captain J. C., marine surveyor for Lloyds' agents and local insurance offices, Pagoda Anchorage

Schoenke, F., watchmaker & photographer 裕豐

Yue-foong.

Schönfeld & Co., merchants

F. Schönfeld

W. Krohn

Shaw, Capt. S. L., marine surveyor for

Germanic Lloyds' and local insurance

offices, Mamoi Point, Pagoda Anchorage

種臣

Seem-s

-sun.

Siemssen & Co., merchants

H. Lübbes

R. Rienaecker

中和

Chung-vo.

Silverlock, John, Jr. tea inspector

所美富醫生

So-may-foo-e-süng.

Somerville, J. R., M.D, F.R.C.S. Ed.

physician and surgeon, Pagoda An- chorage

司徒醫生

Sze-to-i-sang.

Stewart & Rernie, medical practitioners

J. A. Stewart, M.D.

T. Rennie, M.D.

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順豐

Shun-feng.

FOOCHOW.

Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co., merchants

W. T. Kolegin

C. N. Shoolingin

J. E. Shoostoff

華記

Wha-kee.

Turner & Co., merchants

A. W. Walkinshaw

A. N. Mendes, Junr.

韋柊+

Wai-ku sze.

Weeks & Fry, exchange and general

brokers, commission agents, and public

accountants

C. D. Weeks

F. W. Fry

公易

Koon-yeek,

*Westall, Galton & Co., public tea inspec-

tors and commission agents

W. P. Galton

J. A. H. Drought, tea inspector

H. A. Northey

H. R. Kinnear

J. W. Postlethwaite

(do.)

Foochow General Chamber of

Commerce.

Committee-John Odell, chairman; H. R. Smith, vice-chairman; H. Lübbes, E. Sheppard, W. M. Reeves Secretary-J. P. Lalor

FOOCHOW Club.

Chairman-Chas Hannen

    Hon. Treasurer-Hugo Lübbes Committee A. F. Angus, W. J. Robinson, A. W. Walkinshaw, T. Pim, H. Sutherland

Secretary-J. P. Lalor

Foochow Seamen's Hospital. PAGODA ANCHORAGE.

Committee of Management-Messrs. Sin-

clair, De Lano, Ristelhueber, Paterson, Somerville, Shaw, and J. Carroll

Honorary Surgeon-J. R. Somerville, M.D.,

F.R.C.S.

Honorary Secretary and Treasurer-James

Carroll

Steward-F. A. Ozario

FOOCHOW NATIVE HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY.

Committee of Management-H. Suther- land (Hon. Secretary and Treasurer), Messrs C. A. Sinclair, M. M. De Lano, H. Lübbes, F. Leyburn, W. H. Harton, T. Rennie

Honorary Surgeon-T. Reunic, M.D.

Missionaries.

美以美教會

Mi-e-mi-kow-wùi.

AMERICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL

CHURCH MISSION.

Rev. Stephen L. Baldwin, D.D. (absent)

Rev. Nathan Sites

Rev. Franklin Ohlinger

Rev. Nathan J. Plumb Rev. D. W. Chandler

Miss Beulah Woolston Miss S. H. Woolston

Miss S. Trask, M.D.

Miss Julia E. Sparr, M.D.

ENGLISH CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Rev. John Wolfe (absent) Rev. L. Lloyd

Rev. R. W. Stewart, M.A. Dr. B. von Someron Taylor Miss Houston Miss Foster

AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS.

Rev. Caleb C. Baldwin, D.D., (in city) Rev. Charles Hartwell

Rev. Simeon F. Woodin

D. W. Osgood, M.D.

Rev. J. E. Walker (Shao-wu-fu)

H. T. Whitney, M.D.

do.

Rev. J. B.Blakely (absent)

Miss A. M. Payson do.

Miss Ella J. Newton

南台番船浦尾天主堂

Nan-tay-huan-sun-puo-muy-tsen-chio-tin. ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

Right Rev. Dr. Thomas Gentili

WENCHOW.

Wên-chow-fu, one of the four new ports opened to foreign trade by the Chefoo Convention, is the chief town in the department of the same name occupying the south-east corner of Cae-kiang province. The city is situated on the south bank of the river Ou-kiang, about twenty miles from its mouth, in lat. 27 deg. 18 min. 4 sec. N., long. 120 deg. 38 min. 28 sec. The site is a well cultivated plain, bounded on all sides, but at a distance of some ten miles, by lofty hills. The walls are said to have been first erected during the fourth century, and enlarged and re-built by the Emperor Hung-Wu in 1385. They are formed of stone, diagonally laid, and measure about six miles in circumference. The streets are wider, straighter, and cleaner, than those of most Chinese cities. They are well paved with brick and kept in careful and constant repair by the householders. They slope down on either side to water ways, which in their turn commmunicate with canals permeating the whole city. The streets therefore are not only easily kept clean, but this is specially accomplished by hands of scavengers, who go round every morning at daylight, sweeping and scrupulously removing every atom of dirt or refuse. Wenchow, in this particular, is unique among Chinese cities, which are chiefly remarkable for their filthiness. There are numerous large temples in Wenchow. The Custom-house, outsile the east gate, the Taotai's Yamên, in the south west corner of the city, and the Foundling Hospital, near the centre, are the other chief public buildings. The latter institu- tion, built in 1748, contains one hundred apartments. It is supported by the interest of invested subscriptions and the rental of alluvial lands presented to it by the Government. The number of foundlings on the establishment's books at one time varies from two to three hundred. When of suitable age the boys are either articled to tradesmen, or adopted; the girls are betrothed as wives, or employed as bouse servants. There is also a Beggars' Asylum outsid: the south-west gate. It was built during the 14th century, and is supported by the state. The monthly allowance for each recipient is one tael and a half, but it is reported that few avail themselves of the charity. Among the objects of greatest interest and curiosity to the stranger are two pagodas situated on an island abreast of the city. They are both of great antiquity and are reputed to have been for some time the retreat of Ti Ping, the last Emperor of the Sung dynasty, when seeking to escape from the Mongols under Kublai Khan. The estimated population of the city is 170,000.

Wên-chow was formerly a great seat of the tea trade, and previous to 1861 was the only port in the department at which tea was allowed to be exported. The city. was then in a flourishing condition. But in order to prevent the teas from falling into the hands of the Tâi-p'ing rebels, who over-ran the whole district during that year, this regulation was exchanged for one which authorized the export of tea at any of the Customs stations along the coast; consequently the trade soon gravitated to Foochow on the south and to Nigpo on the north. It was thought that on the conversion of Wên-chow into a treaty port it would speedily recover its old position as a tea exporting place, but this has not so far proved to be the case, nor has the trade in any way been of a character to meet the expectations formed although it: is estimat that tea coull be put on the Wenchow market for $2 per picul less than at Foochow owing to the higher cost of transport to the latter port. At present there is no foreign settlement, and the foreign residents in 1877 only numbered 19. The obstructive action of the officials in trying to impose additional burdens on im- ports telped to check the expansion of commerce, and there has so far been little encouragement for foreigners to establish themselves at the port. There is a con- siderable native export trade in wood and bamboos, brought down the river in rafts from Ch'u-chow. The annual value of this trade is estimated to be not less than $2,000,000. The shops and yards engaged in it are situated in the west suburb,

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where immense quantities of bamboo and poles are kept on hand. Wenchow is also celebrated for its oranges. The net value of the foreign imports for the year 1878 was Tls. 185,718 as against Ils. 223,506 in 1877. The export of Congou Tea has been as follows:-1877, 278 piculs; 1878, 680 piculs; and 1879, 775 piculs. Only 14 piculs of Opium were imported during 1878. "The net revenue for 1878 was Tis. 2,939, compared with Tis. 3,158 in 1877.

Consulates.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Acting Consul-C. W. Everard

Constable-John Compton

GERMANY.

In charge C. W. Everard

DIRECTORY.

Imperial Maritime Customs.

甌海關

Ou Hai kuan,

Tide-surveyor and Harbour Master- Examiner-J. H. Burnett

Tidewaiters-J. M. Elshout, F. Haughton

Missionaries.

CHINA INLAND MISSION.

Rev. G. Stott

Rev. S. A. Sambrooke

UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH

Assistant in charge-James Mackey

MISSION.

Assistant S. Campbell

Rev. R. J. Exley

NINGPO.

Ningpo is situated on the river Yung, in the province of Chekiang, in lat. 29 deg. 55 min. 12 sec. N., and long. 121 deg. 22 min. E. It was one of the five ports thrown open to foreigners in 1842.

Foreigners had, however, visited Ningpo at an early date. Portuguese traded there in 1522; a number of them settled in the place in that and succeeding years, and there was every prospect of a rising aud successful colony soon being established. But the lawless acts of the Portuguese at this as well as at other ports in China soon attracted the attention of the Government, and in 1542 the Governor of Chekiang ordered the settlement to be destroyed and the population to be exterminated. A large force of Chinese troops soon besieged the place, destroying it entirely, and out of a population of 1,200 Portuguese, 800 were massacred. No further attempt at trade with this port was made till towards the close of the 17th century, when the East India Company established a factory at the island of Chusan, some forty miles from Ningpe The attempt to found a trade mart there, however, proved unsatis- factory, and the factory was abandoned after a very few years' trial. The port was deserted by foreigners for many years after that. When hostilities broke cut between Great Britain and China in 1839, the fleet moved north from Canton, and on the 13th October, 1841, occupied Ningpo, and an English garrison was stationed there for some time. In March, 1842, an attempt was made by the Chinese to retake the city, but the British artillery repulsed them with great slaughter. Ningpo was evacuated on May 7th, and, on the proclamation of peace in the following August, the port was thrown open to foreign trade.

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Ningpo is built on a plain, which stretches away to a considerable distance on either side. It is a walled city, the walls enclosing a space of some five miles in cir- cumference. The walls are built of brick, and are about twenty-five feet high. They are fifteen feet wide at the summit, and twenty-two at the base. Access is obtained to the town by six gates. A large moat commences at the north gate and runs along the foot of the wall for about three miles on the landward side, until it stops at what is called the Bridge Gate. The main street luns from cast to west. One of the peculiarities of the place is a number of walls built across various portions of the city, for the purpose of preventing the spread of fires. Several of the streets are spanned by arches erected in memory of distinguished natives. Ningpo has been celebrated as possessing the fourth library of Chinese works, in point of numbers, which existed in the empire. It was owned by a family who resided near the south gate. The site occupied by the foreign residences is on the north bank of the river. The population of Ningpo is estimated at 120,000.

      The trade as N ugpo has never been large. This is owing to a considerable extent, doubtless, to the proximity of Shanghai. The net quantity of Opium imported in 1878 was 7,252 piculs, as against 7,991 preuls in 1877. Of Tea, there were 107,723 piculs exported in 1878, and 148,290 in 1877; Cotton, 21,031 piculs in 1878, 30,092 piculs in 1877. The quantity of Raw Silk exported ia 1878 amounted to 413 bales, as compared with 440 bales for the previous twelve months. The total annual revenue of the port was Tls. 597,514 in 1878; and Tls. 723,300 in 1877.

Consulates.

DIRECTORY.

大英國領事衙門

Da-ing-koh Ling-z-ngo-meng.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-Will. M. Cooper

Assistant-

Post Office Agent-

Constable-Walter L. Tomlinson

大美領事衙門

Da-me Ling-s-ngô-meng. UNITED STATES.

Consul-Edwd. C. Lord

大德領事衙門

Du tá Ling--ng-meng.

GERMANY.

Vice-consul-H. B. Meyer

DENMARK,

Consul-W. M. Cooper

AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY,

Consul-W. M. Cooper

大瑞威瑙威領事衙門

Da sae-the-nam-vang Tùng- ngô meng. SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Vice-consul-H. B. Meyer

大荷蘭領事衙門

Da-who-Lan Ling-~-ngô-meng.

NETHERLANDS.

Acting Consul-H. B. Meyer

Imperial Maritime Customs.

浙海關

Tsih Hae-hwaen.

Commissioner-E. B. Drew

Assistants-R. Piry, F. J. Smith, C. W.

Davis

Tide-surveyor and Harbour Master-Ed-

mund Wheatley

Assistant Examiners--J. Ross, T. J. Lant Tide-waiters-W. H. Williams, J. P. Donovan, H. Wright, R. von der Leithen, W. B. Walter, J. Ferguson

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CHINHAI STATION.

Assist. Tide-surveyor-W. Brennan

LIGHT KEEPERS.

Tiger Island-L. Antonio

Square Island-Felix José

ANGLO-CHINESE FORCE.

General-J, E. Cooke

Major-J. C. Watson

Police Station.

NINGPO.

Controller and Magistrate General-J. E.

Cooke

   Superintendent--Thomas B. Golding Sergeants-Franz Theissen, J. von Pein Interpreter-John Yiang Constables-12 Chinese

Insurances.

Bowers, S., agent-

China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited

Scottish Imperial Insurance Company

Coit & Co., agents-

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited

Davidson & Co., agents--

Lloyds'

North China Insurance Company Canton Insurance Office

Hongkong Fire Insurance Company China Fire Insurance Company, Li-

mited

Commercial Union Assurance Com- pany of London--Life Depart-

ment

Meyer, H. B., agent-

Yangtsze Insurance Association of

Shanghai

Berlin-Cologne Fire Insurance Co. of

Berlin

Hanseatic Fire Insurance Company

The Second Colonial Sea and Fire

Insurance Company of Batavia

Sassoon, Sons & Co., D., agents-

Union Insurance Society of Canton

Wadman & Co., E., agents-

Imperial Fire Insurance

    CHINA COAST STEAM NAVIGATION CO. Davidson & Co. agents

CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED. Davidson & Co., agents

GREAT NORTHERN TELEGRAPH

COMPANY.

Hudson & Co., agents

IMPERIAL JAPANESE POST OFFICE. Coit & Co., agents

Bank.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-

poration (Limited)

Davidson & Co., agents

Merchants, Professions, and Trades.

利源

Li-nyün.

Bowers, S., merchant, agent "North

China Herald and "North China Daily News"

Samuel Bowers

甯通

Nying jing.

Coit & Co., merchants

F. Coit

廣源

Khống ngân.

Davidson & Co., merchants

William Davidson (absent)

William R. Davidson

Robt. M. Davidson

Patrick Davidson

韓德

醫生

Haen-teh-seng I-sang.

Henderson, W. A., M.D.

遜昌

Seng-ts ông.

Hudson & Co., merchants

J. S. Hudson

美益

Me-ih.

Meyer, H. B., merchant

H. B. Meyer

利生

Li-seng.

Sassoon, Sons & Co., D., merchants

R. E. Toeg

J. E. Judab

I. A. Ezra

新沙遜

Sing-sa-sun.

Sassoon & Co., E. D., merchants

S. E. Moses, agent

D. J. Ruben

Wong & Co., C. T., merchants

C. T. Wong

K. King Kow

C. Oyey Beng

NINGPO.

CHINA INLAND MISSION,

Rev. James Williamson (Funghwa)

W. D. Rudland (Taichow)

G. Stott

J. A. Jackson

(Wenchow)

do.

J. J. Meadows (Shaobying)

W. Douthwaite (Kiuchow)

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AMERICAN SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN

MISSION.

華順

Rev. B. Helm

(Hangchow) (absent)

Rev. G. Painter

do.

Wój ng.

Rev. J. I. Stuart

do.

Wadman & Co., merchants

E. Wadman

Mrs. Randolph

do.

ENGLISH UNITED METHODIST FREE

CHURCH MISSION,

Pilots.

J. H. Hoar

Luggers

Rev. F. Galpin

P. M. Pedersen

J. Brun

Ningpo and Teazer

Rev. R. Swallow

J. Smith, cutter Orphan

Missionaries.

大美國長多公會

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN MISSION.

Rev. Joseph A. Leyenberger (absent)

Rev. John and Mrs. Butler

Rev. W. J. McKie and Mrs. McKie

Miss A. P. Ketchum

Miss S. A. Warner

Rev. Samuel & Mrs. Dodd (H'chow) (abt.) Rev. David N. and Mrs. Lyon, do. Rev. C. Leaman and Mrs. Leaman

AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSION. Rev. Horace Jenkins (Shaoshing) Rev. J. R. Goddard Rev. E. C. Lord, D.D.

S. P. Barchet, M.D.

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. F. F. Gough, M.A.

Rev. J. Bates

Rev. J. C. Hoare, M.A.

Rev. R. Shann, B.A.

Mrs. Russell

Miss Laurence (absent)

Miss Smith

Rev. Geo. E. Moule, B.A. (H'chow) (absent)

Rev. A. E. Moule, B.D.

do.

do.

Jas. Galt, M.D.

do.

do.

Rev. A. Elwin

do.

Rev. J. H. Sedgwick

do.

Rev. J. D. Valentine (Shaouhing)

Bev. J. B. Ost

do.

Rev. W. Exley (Wênchow)

CATHOLIC MISSION OF CHE- KIANG PROVINCE.

Mgr. E. F. Guierry, Bishop of Danaba,

Vicar Apostolic of Chekiang

MISSIONARIES AT NINGPO.

J. B. Bret

J. Vaissière

A. Guillot

J. M. Rizzi A. Heckmann D. V. Procacri P. M. Reynaud T. L. Perras

SISTERS OF CHARITY, At Ningpo, "Maison de Jésus Enfant

Maric Louise Solom:iac, supérieure, Louise Louy, Catherine Cacqueray, Sté- phanie Mervé, Louise Roddier, Marie Théron, Françoise Archenault, Germaine Dauverchain, Joseph Cayrel, Thérèse Meurie, Vincent Guillon

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At Tinghai (Chusan), "Maison de la Pré- sentation -Augustine Foubert, su- périeure, Joseph Ecuyer, Philomène Gilbert, Marie Ducci, Elisabeth Geffroy At Hangchow, "Maison de St. Vincent"

Adèle Faure, supérieure, Gabrielle Perboyre, Angelique Luscan, Marie Duparc, Madelaine Rouvière, Vincent Ricaud

At Ningpo, "Hospital St. Joseph "--Anne Allègre, supérieure, Madelaine Célard, Vincent Lacote, Jeanne Ridez, Joseph Houlès

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SHANGHAI.

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     The most northerly of the five ports opened to foreign trade by the British Treaty of Nanking, is situated at the extreme south-east corner of the province of Kiang-su, in latitude 31.41 north, and longitude 126.29 east of Greenwich, at the junction of the rivers Woosung (called by foreigners the Sooc ow Creek) and Hwang-po, about twelve miles above the village of Woosung, wher their united waters debouch into the estuary of the Yangtsze. The soil is alluvial and the country perfectly flat, the nearest eminence that can be called a hill being distant about nineteen miles. The river opposite the city and foreign settlements, at one time a narrow canal, was, some twelve years ago, 1,800 feet broad at low wat r, but has been rapidly narrowing till it is now only 1,200 feet. The Soochow Creek, which is shown by old records to have been at one time at least three miles across, has now a breadth of only a hundred yards. The average water on the bar at high water springs at Woosung is nineteen feet, the greatest depth of late years being twenty-three feet.

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     Shanghai-the name means "upper sea" or 'near the sea -became a hsien or third rate city in the fourteenth century, and the walls, which are three and a half miles in circuit, with seven gates, were erected at the time of the Japanese invasion, in the latter part of the sixteenth century. It had been an important seat of trade for many centuries before the incursion of foreigners.

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      The round selected by Captain Balfour, the first British Consul, for a Settle- ment for his nationals, lies about half a mile north of the city walls, between the Yang-king-rang and Soochow Creeks, and now extends backwards from the river to a ditch connecting the two, called the Defence Creek, thus forming what may be called an island, a mile square. The port was formally declared open to trade on the 17th November, 1843. The French subsequently settled on the ground between the city walls and the Brit sh Concession, and in exchange for help rendered in driving out the rebels who had seized the city in 1853, got a grant of the land extending for about a mile to the south between the city walls and the river. They have since by purchase extended the bounds of the concession westward to the "Ningpo Joss House," a mile from the river. Later on the Americans rented land immediately north of Soochow Creek, in the district called Hongkew, so that the ground now occupied by foreigners extends for about four miles on the left bank of the river. Most of the land at Pootung, on the opposite bank, is now also rented by foreigners. All ground belongs nominally to the Chinese Government, but is rented in perpetuity, a tax of fifteen hundred copper cash per mow being paid to the Government annually. About six mow equal one English acre.

The approach by sea to Shanghai is now well lighted and buoyed, and, although it has not yet become, as Mr Inspector-General Hart stated in one of his despatches it would, "as safe as a walk down Regent Street when the gas is lit," the dangers of the ever shitting banks and shoals are as well guarded as can be expected. Under the superiutendence of the Engineering department of the Customs, light-houses have been erected on West Volcano, Shaweishan, North Saddle, and Gutzlaff Islands, and at Woosung. There are also two lightships in the Yangisze below Woosung.

     As a port for foreign trade Shanghai grew but gradually until it gained a great impetus by the opening in 1861 of the Yangtsze and Northern ports, secured by the Treaty of Tientsin, and subsequently by the opening up of Japan. The first event of importance since the advent of foreigners was the taking of the city by a band of rebels in 1853, who held it for seventeen months. This caused a large number of refugees to seek shelter within the foreign settlements, and the price of land rose very considerably. Owing to the occupation of the city the authorities were powerless to collect the duties, and it was in consequence agreed between the Taotai and the three Consuls (British, French, and United States) that they should be collected under foreign control. This was found to work so much to the advantage of the Chinese Govern- ment that the system was extended subsequently to the Treaty of Tientsin to all the

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open ports, and thus the Foreign Inspectorate of Customs was established, the head- quarters.f which was for some years, and according to the original regulations should still be, at Shanghai. In 1861 toe Taipings approached Shanghai and threatened the city and settlements. The taking of Soochow on 25th May, 1860, had driven a large number of the inhabitants of that city and the surrounding districts to Shanghai for protection, so that the native populati n increased rapidly. It was variously estimated at from four hundred thousand to a million, but the smaller number is probably nearer the truth. So immensely did the price of land rise that it is stated ground which had originally co-t foreigners fifty pounds per acre was sold for ten thousand pounds. At this time the old Cricket Ground was sold at such an enormous profit that after the shareholders had been repaid the original cost there was a balance of some forty-five thousand taels, which the owners generously devoted to the foundation of a fund for the use of the public, to be applied to the purposes of recreation only. Unfortunately thirty thousand taels of this amount was lent by the treasurer on his own responsibility to the Club, in which institution he was a share- holder. As the club shareholders were never able to repay this loan, the building and furniture were taken over in 1869 by the trustees on behalf of the Recreation Fund, to which the building still belongs. This fund has proved very useful in rendering assistance to some other public institutions besides having purchased for public recreation all the ground in the interior of the new Race Course. By this time provisions had in- creased in price to four times what they had been some years previously. Efforts were made to keep the rebels at a distance from the settlements; a detachment of British Royal Marines and an Indian Regiment garrisoned the walls, while the gates on the side towards the French Settlement were guarded by French Marines. In August, 1861, the city was attacked, and the suburbs between the city walls and river were in con- sequence destroyed by the French, the rebels being ultimately driven back. In Decemb r, the rebels to the number of one hundred thousand again threatened the Settlements. The approaches were barricaded and the Defence Creek constructed and fortified at an expense of forty-five thousand taels. A volunteer force was also formed amongst the foreign residents, under the command of Captain, now Sir Thomas Wale, which did really good service. B fore the close of 1862 the rebels had been driven by the British Forces beyond a radius of thirty miles around Shanghai.

At the time the local native Authorities were severely pressed they availed. themselves of the services of an American adventurer named Ward, who raised a band of deserters from foreign ships and rowdies of all nations who had con- gregated at Shanghai, with whose help he drilled a reg.ment of natives. After passing under the command of another low caste American of the name of Burgevine, who subsequently deserted to the rebels, it was found impossible by the Imperial Authorities to control these raw and unlisciplined levies, and at their earnest request Admiral Sir James Hope consented to the appointment of Major, now Colonel, Gordon, R.E., to the command. Having by him been made amenable to discipline, they now rendered the greatest service in the suppression of the rebellion; indeed it is generally held doubtful if the Taiping Rebellion would ever have been overcome but for the assistance of "The Ever Victorious Army," as this hastily raised band was named. Amongst other services they regained possession of the important city of Soochow. From 1860 to 1865 one British and two Indian Regi- ments and a bat ery of Artillery were stationed at Shanghai.

Since that time there have been few historical events worthy of record in a brief summary. On Christmas eve, 1870 the British Consulate was burned down and most of the records completely lost. In May, 1874 a riot occurred in the French Settlement owing to the intention of the Municipal Council to make a road through an old graveyard belonging to the Ningpo Guild. One or two Europeans were severely injured, and three natives lost their lives. A considerable amount of foreign owned property was destroyed. An extensive fire in the French Concession in August last destroyed 991 houses; the loss was estimated at Tls. 1,500,000.

As at all the open ports, the foreigners are in judicial matters subject to the immediate control of their Consuls, British subjects coming under the jurisdiction

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of the Supreme Court, which was opened in September, 1865. Subjects of Her Britannic Majesty have to pay a poll tax of five dollars for gentlemen and one dollar for artizans and labourers," for which they have the privilege of being registered at the Consulate, and of being heard as plaintiffs before the Court. Although there is enforced registration at several of the other Consulates it is free of charge. Chinese residents in the Foreign Sttlements are amenable to the Mixed Court, which was established at the instigation of Sir Harry Parkes in 1864 and is pre- sided over by an official of the tank of Tung-chi, and foreign assessors from the different Consulates, the first British assessor calling himself a 'co-judge." For the French Concession there is a separate Mixed Court, which sits at the French Con- sulate.

In local affairs the residents govern themselves by means of Municipal Councils under the authority of the "Land Regulations." These were originally drawn up by H.B.M. Consul in 1854, but have since undergone various amendments. In 1854 the first general Land Regulations-the city charter, as they may be called-were arranged between the British Consul, Captain Balfour, and the local authorities, by which persons of all nationalities were allowed to r nt land within the defined limits, and in 1863 the so-called "American Settlement' was amalgamated with the Bitish into one Municipality. The "Committee of Roads and Jetties," or ginally consist ng of "three upright British Merchants," appoint d by the British Consul, afterwards became the Municipal Council," elected by the renters of land, and when the revisel Land Regulations came into force in 1870, the "Council for te Foreign Community of Shanghai North of the Yang-king-pang," elected in January of each year by all householders who pay rates on an assessed rental of five hundred taels and owners of land valued at five hundred taels and over. The Council now consists of nine members of various nationalities, who elect their own chairman and vice chairman and who give their services free. A separat Council for the French Concession was appointed in 1862, and now works under the "Réglement d'Organisation Muni- cipale de la Concession Française," passed in 1868, and consists of four French and four foreign members, elected for two years, half of whom retire annually. They are elected by all owners of land on the Concession or occupants paying a rental of a thousand franes per annum or residents with an annual income of four thousand francs. This, it will be noticed, approaches much u ore nearly to "universal suf- frage than the franchise of the other Settlements, which, as the horg system still exists to a cons derable extent and five and six roomed houses are now to be got for a rental under the required five hundre ta l-, is considered by many as excluding too large a proportion of responsible residents. The qualification for councillors North of the Yang-king-pang is the payment of rats to the amount of fifty taels annually, or being a householder paying rates on an assessed rental of twelve hun- dred taels. For the French Concession the requirement is a mon tary one of about the same amount. Several efforts have been made to amalgamate the French with the other Settlements, but hitherto without success. The Council divi. es itself into Defence, Finance, Watch, and Works Committee. This cosmopolitan system of Government has for many years worked so w Il and so cheaply, that Shanghai bas fairly earned for itself the name of "The Model Settlement.'

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      The R venue of the "Anglo-American Tls. 275,867.34 and was derived as follows:---

Land Tax, three-tenths of ! per Foreign House Tax, 6 per cent. Native House Tax, & per cent. Wharfage Dues

Licences

Miscellaneous

Debenture Loan

Surplus from 1877

cent.

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Settlement for 1878 amounted to

Tls. 20,475.50

26,343.36

50,851.52

83,450.78

38,859.28

20,054.83

2,000.00

11,8 2.07

Tls. 275,867.34

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    The Expenditure for the same year was Tls. 275,099.99, and may be divided as under:

Police Department

Sanitary Department Lighting

Public Works

Secretariat and General

Tls. 46,033.68 20,112.30

14,342.60 123,5 0.03

Loan, Interest, and Sinking Fund

Volunteer and Fire Departments

Stud

Miscellaneous

26,855.45 22,007.34

7,030.72

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9, 84.51 5,863.36

Tls. 275,099.99

     The Revenue of the French Concession for 1878 was Tls. 107,426.55. The sources from which it was derived were :-

Land Tax ...

Foreign House Tax

Native House Tax

Licences ...

Cleaning and Lighting Rates and other Taxes Wharfage Dues

Sundries

Balance from 1877...

The Expenditure amounted to Tls. 106,781.85:-

Secretariat...

Public Works

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Police and Sanitary Departments

4

J

Tls. 12,997.95

2,556.04

2,308.50

2.,158.27

18,600.84

15,012.50

2,444.43

8,358.03

Tls. 107.426,55

Tls. 22,578.83

58,232.01 25,971.01

Tls. 106,781.85

By the

     The Foreign population has consi lerably decreased from what it was at one time. The census of 1865 gave the number of foreign residents in the three Settlements as 2,757, army and navy (British) 1,851, shipping 981, a total of 5,589. census of 1876 there were in the Settlements north of the Yang-king-pang a total of 1,673 foreigners, 1,062 in the English division and 611 in Hongkew and Pootung; of these 1,086 were males, 296 females and 291 children. The proportion of different nationalities was 878 (or more than one-half) British, 181 American, 168 Portuguese, 129 German, 103 Spaniards, 45 Japanese, 35 Dans, 22 French, and 112 of various other nationalites. The French Concession contains about 500 foreigners, the greater proportion being French and the remainder mostly from other European, Continental countries. These figures do not include any of the population afloat, which may be estimated at 1,000 or over. Although the Chinese have no right of residence within the Foreign Settlement, and indeed were expressly prohibited by the original Land Regulations, some twenty thousand sought refuge within the boundaries from the rebels in 1854, and when the city was besi ged by the Taipings in 1860 there were, it is said, at least four hundred thousand natives within the Settlements. As they found some ameni ies from "squeezing" when under the protection of foreigners, and foreigners themselves being able to obtain a much higher rental for their land and finding native house property a very profitable investment, no opposition was male to their residence. In 1865 there were in the three Settlements 146,000. numbers by the last census (1876) were; in the English Settlement 73,159 and in Hongkew 22,503. The native population of the French Concession is about 50,000, and the boat population 11,000, say a total of 156,000. A large proportion are natives of Chekiang and Kwangtung, those in the direct employ cf foreigners being almost exclusively from these provinces. The population of the native city is sup- posed to be about 125,000. The larg congregation of natives in the Settlements is kept in admirable order by a Police force of 31 foreigners and 127 natives for the north of the Yang-king-pang, and 35 foreigners and 33 natives for the French Con- cession. Considering that the natives have to be tried by their own authorities, and

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effects in Shanghai as elsewhere in China, the small force is highly creditable. In few places is

     The climate of Shanghai is generally allowed to be fairly healthy. The death rate amongst foreigners ashore and afloat had decreased from 34 per 1,000 in 1870 to 22.3 per 1,000 in 1875 and to 23 per 1,000 in 1876, a rate which compares favourably with that of large towns in England. It rose to 28.3 in 1877 and to 31.3 in 1878. Of the deaths amongst foreigners during 1877, 16 were owing to a partial outbreak of cholera, and there was the same numb r from that cause in 1878, but only one case among residents. The unusual numb r of eight deaths from beat apoplexy and seven from drowning account for the exceptionally high rate. If we exclude non- residents the rate was 19 per 1,000 in 1876, 23 in 1877, and 24 in 1878. The thermo- meter ranges from 25 deg. to 100 deg. Fahrenheit, the mean of several years having been 49 deg. in the six winter months and 76 deg. 1 min. in the summer. In the months of October and November there is generally dry, clear, and most lovely weather, equal to what can be found in any other part of the world; but when the winter has fairly set in the north-east winds are extremely cold and biting. The heat in the summer is sometimes excessive, but generally lasts only a few days at a time; last summer was, however, an exception, being the hottest that has been known for many years, the thermometer reaching 99 deg. for several successive days, and the average maximum for July and August being 92.7. Earthquakes occasionally occur, but have not been known to inflict any serious injury.

The streets of the English and French Settlements all run north and south and east and west, mostly for the whole length of both settlements, crossing each other at right angles. Notwithstanding the soft nature of the soil they are now kept in remarkably good order, at least those near the river, the district chiefly occupied by Europeans. Owing to the nature of the ground, expensive piling is necessary before any foreign building can be erected, and all stoi e as to be brought from a long distance. The Soochow Creek, between the English Settlement and Hongkew, is now cross:d by five bridges, three of which are adapted for carriage traffic, and the French is connected with the other settlements by eight bridges. There are several good driving roads extending into the country, two leading to Sicawei, a distance of five and a l'alf miles, and one to Jessfield, by the lanks of the Soochow Creek, for about seven miles. Another broad road, more recently con- structed, runs by the side of the river for six miles. It is intended ultimately to extend it to Woosung. Several other roads have been proposed, but although foreigners are prepared to pay high prices for the land the opposition of the officials has hitherto prevented their construction. At the time the Taipings approached Shanghai some roads for the passage of artillery were made by the British Military Authorities at the expense of the Chinese Government, one of them extending for seventeen miles into the country; but excepting those close to the settlement they have now been turned into ploughed fields. An inland carriage road to Woosung was also made at the expense of Messrs. Jardine, Matheson & Co. and others, but it has now also been reduced to a narrow footpath.

Many foreign houses, nearly all of them with several mow of garden ground, have been erected near the outside roads, especially on that leading to the Bub- bling Well, which is the main outlet from the settlement and from which most of the other roads branch off. This road and its extension to Sicawei is planted with trees on both sides, forming a fine avenue of over five miles in length. A small but well laid out and admirably kept Public Garden was formed about ten years ago on land recovered from the river in front of the British Consulate.

      Immense sums have been wasted in various attempts to drain the settlements, principally from the want of skilled direction; but the great difficulties in this matter, arising from the low lying and level nature of the ground, have now been fairly overcome. The Settlements are well provided with telegraphic fire alarms.

Many attempts have been made to inaugurate water works, which are very much needed, the supply of this necessary being at present obtained by buckets from the

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river. It is unfit for cooking or drinking unless both boiled and filt‹ red. A private Company have filtering works from which they supply the public at so much per bucket, but what is wanted is well filtered water from a pure source laid on at the houses. The desire of the Municipal Councils to keep this work in their own hands and the heavy outlay required bave hitherto prevented its being carried out.

     Shanghai can boast of several fine buildings of various and varied styles of architecture. Trinity Cathedral, erected from a design by Sir Gilbert Scott, is one of the finest specimens of modern ecclesiastical architecture to be found out of Europe, but, from wan' of funds, the tower and spire, which is an essential part of the design, has not yet been built. There is a Roman Catholic Church in the French Concession and another, completed about three years ago, in Hon kew; also a Chapel belonging to the London Mission and one to the American Episcopalians, and a very pretty and prettily situated Seamen's Church at Pootung, bes des several Mission Chapels for natives. The Shanghai Club occupies an extensive and elaborate building at one end of the English Bund. It cost Tls. 120,000, and at that is said to have ruined three contractors. It has passed through a varied and peculiar history. There is a really fine Masonic Hall at the other end of the Bund. Amongst the other conspicuous buildings may be mentioned those occupied by the Oriental and Hong- kong and Shanghai Banking Corporations. There is a very fair Theatre, but it is as yet devoid of internal decoration. The members of the German (Concordia) Club have also a handsome little Theatre attached to their premises. The principal buildings on the French Concession are the Municipal Hall and the Consulate.

Among the institutious of the place may be mentioned the Volunteer Defence Force, cusisting of Cavalry, called "Mounted Rangers," Field Artillery and Rifle Bri- gade, the latter comprising two companies. Originally formed in 1861 it gradually went to decay, until the fear of attack after the Massacre at Tientsin in 1870 caused its revival with considerable vigour. It has now again unfortunately dwindled in numbers, but an effort male last year to reorganise it has proved partially sucessful. The Volunteer Fire Brigade consists of seven Engine and two Hook and Ladder Com- panies. There is a Hospital for foreigners, the new and commodious building for which was completed early in 1877, and several for natives. The Temperance Society has a good ball and well furnished library, and having latterly been conducted on liberal principles is well supported by the community. The other public institutions may be enumerated as, a Subscription Library containing about 10,000 volumes, a branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, with the nucleus of a Museum, a Sailors' Home, a Polytechnic Institution for Chinese, a Samen's Library and Museum, a well sup- plied Gymnasium, a Wind Instrument Society, which gives a series of weekly concerts in the Public Gar lens during the summer months, a Race Club, possessing a course of a mile and a quarter, a Parsee and a Portuguese Club, also Pony Paper Hunt, Cricket, Rifle, Racket, and various other Clubs for recreation. The last named owns a building containing two splendid Courts, Bowling Green, Tennis Lawn, etc. There are ten or eleven Masonic bodies, with over 500 members. In 1876 a District Grand Lodge for North China was constituted, with Shanghai as its head-quarters.

There are four Docks at Shanghai, the one at Tunkadoo, opposite the city, having a length of 380 feet over all with a depth at spring tides of 21 feet; the Old Dock at Hongkew is 400 feet long and 18 feet deep at springs. Messrs. Boyd & Co.'s new dock at Pootung at the lower end of the harbour will when finished measure 422 feet on the blocks with a depth at high water springs of about 20 feet. All steamers and most sailing vessels now discharge and load at the various public and private wharves. The premises of the Associated Wharf Company has a frontage of about three-quarters of a mile. The Chinese have an Arsenal and shipbuilding establishment at Kaou Chung-mow, a short distance above the city. The Great Northern Telegraph Com- pany's cable was laid to Shanghai in 1871, and there are now two lines of com- munication with Europe. The Eastern Extension Company has an agency for the receipt of messages. A railway constructed by a foreign company was opened to Woosung in June, 1876, but after running for sixteen months it was purchased and taken up by the Chinese Authorities. During the short time it was running the

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passenger traffic alone covered the working expenses, leaving sufficient profit to pay a small dividend. In 1877 the property of the Shanghai Steam Navigation Company, a foreign association owning the principal lines of steamers trading to the Yangtsze and Northern ports, was bought by the Chinese Government, acting through the China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company, for the sum of two million ta ls. The property then taken over consisted of about fifteen steamers, a duck, and extensive wharfs and godowns in the French Settlement and at Hongkew.

The hotel accommodation of Shanghai was formerly, like that of Hongkong and Yokohama, of the most miserable description, but by the opening of the "Central" and the re-building of the "Astor House" in 1876-77, it is now in this respect unexcelled by any port in the East. There are three daily newspapers, the North China Daily News, morning, and the Shanghai Courier, and Shanghai Mercury, evening, also two weeklies, the North China Herald and the Celestial Empire. There are two native daily papers; one of them, the Shun-pao, sold at the price of eight cash, equal to a farthing and a half, has a very large circulation, the other (the Sin-pao) is the organ of the officials. In one matter, that of Postal accommodation, Shanghai is inconveniently over-supplied, there being British, French, American, Japanese, Local, and Customs Post offices. It is hoped that the Chinese Government may soon establish a general postal department in connection with the International Union, to be under the control of the Foreign Customs, or that failing this the other Authorities may consent to all correspondence passing through either the British or Local Offices. All foreign hongs and even private houses have to give themselves fancy Chinese names, by which only are they known to the natives. The system is, however, found to have its conveniences.

      The currency of Shanghai is the tael of silver, cast into "shoes" of fifty taels, more or less. The foreign banks issue notes of the value of five taels and upwards. Smaller transactions are conducted in clean Mexican dollars and copper cash.