Government Gazette Supplementary | 政府憲報副刊 | 1911

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

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No. S. 1.-Returns of the Average Amount of BANK NOTES in Circulation and of Specie in Reserve in Hongkong, during the month ended 31st December, 1910, as certified by the Managers of the respective Banks.

BANKS.

SPECIE

AVERAGE AMOUNT.

IN RESERVE.

$

$

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China,

5,297,799

3,500,000

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,

13,085,170

10,000,000

National Bank of China, Limited,

 




27,195

Nil.

TOTAL,

*..$

18,410,164.

13,500,000

T.

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No. S. 2.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

6th January, 1911.

F. H. MAY, Colonial Secretary.

TREASURY.

No. S. 3.-It is hereby notified that, in accordance with the terms of The Rating Ordinance, No. 6 of 1901, Owners, and Occupiers of Tenements are reminded that Rates for the First Quarter of 1911 are payable in advance on or before the 31st January, 1911.

If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 28th February, 1911, proceedings will be taken in the Supreme Court for their recovery without further notice.

No Refund of Rates on vacant tenements will be granted unless such Rates have been paid during and within the month of January, nor unless application is made for such refund within fifteen days from the expiration of the Quarter.

C. MCI. MESSER,

Colonial Treasurer.

3rd January, 1911.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 4.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as follows:-

From the 5th to the 13th January, 1911:-

From Hang Hau (Junk Bay), in a South-South-Westerly direction. com-

mencing at 10 a.m., and finishing at 4 p.m.

If the weather is unfavourable on any of the above dates, practice will take place on the following day.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the range.

6th January, 1911.

BASIL TAYLOR, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 5.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Wednesday, the 11th day of January, 1911.

   The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lots Nos. 1610, 1612 and 2095, as Threshing Floor Lots, Lots Nos. 2096 to 2098 as Building Lots, and Lot No. 4349 as an Agricultural Lot, subject to the General Conditions. of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lots Nos. 1610, 1612 and 2095 are further subject to special condition No. 1, and Lot 4349 to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

   The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each of the Lots Nos. 2096, 2097 and 2098 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

Registry No.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements. Contents in

Locality.

Sq. feet

Upset Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

or Acres.

Annual Crown Rent.

Do.

Survey District 51.

Lot No. 4349. Survey District 92. Lot No. 1610.

Lot No. 1612.

Fan Ling.

Tsung Pak Long.

feet. feet. feet. feet. As per plan attached and deposited in the District Land Office of the Nor- thern District of the New Territories, Tai Po.

⚫15 Acre. 17

$7

0.15

*07

31

""

0.21

*07

31

0.21

N. E. S. W. N. W.

S. E.

feet.

feet. feet. feet.

Sq. feet.

Lot No. 2095.

Do.

Lot No. 2096.

Do.

Lot No. 2097.

Do.

Lot No. 2098.

Do.

32825

35 100

24

24

28

22

ཙྪསས"

100

27

82

3,500

35

0.24

27

648

27

27

756

18

18

396

784

2.00

2.00

1.00

   No. S. 6-It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Office, Southern District, Hongkong, at 2.30 p.m., on Tuesday, the 24th day of January, 1911.

The Lot is sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as a Building Lot, subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Govern- ment Notification No. 365 of 1906, and to the special conditions hereunder specified.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 4.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as follows:-

From the 5th to the 13th January, 1911:-

From Hang Hau (Junk Bay), in a South-South-Westerly direction. com-

mencing at 10 a.m., and finishing at 4 p.m.

If the weather is unfavourable on any of the above dates, practice will take place on the following day.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the range.

6th January, 1911.

BASIL TAYLOR, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 5.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Wednesday, the 11th day of January, 1911.

   The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lots Nos. 1610, 1612 and 2095, as Threshing Floor Lots, Lots Nos. 2096 to 2098 as Building Lots, and Lot No. 4349 as an Agricultural Lot, subject to the General Conditions. of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lots Nos. 1610, 1612 and 2095 are further subject to special condition No. 1, and Lot 4349 to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

   The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each of the Lots Nos. 2096, 2097 and 2098 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

Registry No.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements. Contents in

Locality.

Sq. feet

Upset Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

or Acres.

Annual Crown Rent.

Do.

Survey District 51.

Lot No. 4349. Survey District 92. Lot No. 1610.

Lot No. 1612.

Fan Ling.

Tsung Pak Long.

feet. feet. feet. feet. As per plan attached and deposited in the District Land Office of the Nor- thern District of the New Territories, Tai Po.

⚫15 Acre. 17

$7

0.15

*07

31

""

0.21

*07

31

0.21

N. E. S. W. N. W.

S. E.

feet.

feet. feet. feet.

Sq. feet.

Lot No. 2095.

Do.

Lot No. 2096.

Do.

Lot No. 2097.

Do.

Lot No. 2098.

Do.

32825

35 100

24

24

28

22

ཙྪསས"

100

27

82

3,500

35

0.24

27

648

27

27

756

18

18

396

784

2.00

2.00

1.00

   No. S. 6-It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Office, Southern District, Hongkong, at 2.30 p.m., on Tuesday, the 24th day of January, 1911.

The Lot is sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as a Building Lot, subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Govern- ment Notification No. 365 of 1906, and to the special conditions hereunder specified.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 is $500.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

Annual

Contents in

• Registry No.

Locality.

Upset

Sq. feet.

Crown

Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

Rent.

$

Survey District II. Lot No. 1890.

Ping Shek.

2,856

72

49

1222

$

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS.

  The Crown Lease shall be in the usual form of Crown Leases of lands in the New Territories and shall contain a special condition that the Lessee shall have no right of access. to the sea and that in the event of the land leased being resumed for public purposes the Lessee shall only be entitled to compensation for the land resumed at a rate not exceeding 24 cents per square foot of land resumed.

6th January, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 7.-Return of Samples examined under "The Sale of Food and Drugs Ordinance, 1896," for the quarter ended 31st December, 1910.

Description.

Whisky,

Brandy,

Rum,

Milk,

Number of samples.

Number found

genuine..

Number found adulterated.

4

4

0

2

1

1

2

2

0

2

2

0

No. S. 8.-Return of Samples examined under "The Sale of Food and Drugs Ordinance, 1896," for the year ended 31st December, 1910.

Description.

Number of samples.

Number found genuine.

Number found adulterated.

Beer,

6

6

0

Milk,

23

23

0

Whisky,

16

15

1

Brandy,

4

3

1

Rum,

4

3

1

6th January, 1911.

A. C. FRANKLIN,

Government Analyst.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 is $500.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

Annual

Contents in

• Registry No.

Locality.

Upset

Sq. feet.

Crown

Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

Rent.

$

Survey District II. Lot No. 1890.

Ping Shek.

2,856

72

49

1222

$

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SPECIAL CONDITIONS.

  The Crown Lease shall be in the usual form of Crown Leases of lands in the New Territories and shall contain a special condition that the Lessee shall have no right of access. to the sea and that in the event of the land leased being resumed for public purposes the Lessee shall only be entitled to compensation for the land resumed at a rate not exceeding 24 cents per square foot of land resumed.

6th January, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 7.-Return of Samples examined under "The Sale of Food and Drugs Ordinance, 1896," for the quarter ended 31st December, 1910.

Description.

Whisky,

Brandy,

Rum,

Milk,

Number of samples.

Number found

genuine..

Number found adulterated.

4

4

0

2

1

1

2

2

0

2

2

0

No. S. 8.-Return of Samples examined under "The Sale of Food and Drugs Ordinance, 1896," for the year ended 31st December, 1910.

Description.

Number of samples.

Number found genuine.

Number found adulterated.

Beer,

6

6

0

Milk,

23

23

0

Whisky,

16

15

1

Brandy,

4

3

1

Rum,

4

3

1

6th January, 1911.

A. C. FRANKLIN,

Government Analyst.

No. S. 9.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

The Master of the British S.S. Fau Sang reports having passed, at 7.25 a.m. on the 3rd January, a waterlogged junk, with two masts standing, in Latitude 22° 31′ 30′′ N. Longitude 115° 43′ E. with Chelang Lighthouse bearing N. 45° W. (true) 114 miles.

HONGKONG, 4th January, 1911.

BASIL TAYLOR, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 1453 of Department of Communications.

Notice is hereby given that Tempo-zan Lighthouse at the month of the Aji-kawa, Osaka, will be withdrawn on the 20th inst.

Notification No. 1456 of Department of Communications.

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    NOTICE is hereby given that the illuminating apparatus at Kurushima Strait Tidal Observation Lightbuoy on the west side of Chu-suido, Kurushima Strait, having broken, temporary fixed white light is shown, for the present, from the top of the buoy.

Further notice will be given when the apparatus has completely been repaired.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, December 16th, 1910.

NAVIGATION ACT, 1904.

Harbour and Light Department,

FREMANTLE, 28th November. 1910.

The following is the decision of the Court of Marine Inquiry held at Fremantle before the Resident Magistrate (Mr. E. P. Dowley), Captain John H. Foxworthy, and Captain John McConnachy, Assessors, into the circumstances attending the damage sustained by the S.S. Colne by stranding on the Inner Rip Shoal in King's Sound, in the Vicinity of Derby, on the 17th September, 1910, Official No. 89469, gross 1,480, net 958 tons, registered in Adelaide and owned by the Adelaide Steamship Company,

Ltd.

G. J. SINCLAIR, Secretary.

Finding of the Court.

The Court finds that the S.S. Colac left the jetty in King Sound on the 17th Septem- ber, 1910, to proceed to sea, at a time when the tide had been on the ebb for about two hours, and about one hour after the vessel took ground and suffered serious damage thereby.

   The Master of the S.S. Colae committed an error of judgment in leaving the jetty at Derby to proceed on his voyage at a time when the tide was two hours on the ebb.

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Having committed that error of judgment he was subsequently guilty of laxity in navigating the vessel, inasmuch as that when she took the ground she was considerably to the Westward of the course she was supposed to follow, also in not making any allowance for any possible Westward set of the ebbing tide, which he ought to have known would cause the vessel to come into shoal water; and also knowing that there was shoal water at each side of a narrow passage he was endeavouring to get through, that he did not take all possibie precautions, such as heaving the lead, to see that he was in that passage.

  The Certificate of the Master, Walter John Snadden, No. 574, is therefore suspended for two months from 17th September, 1910.

(Signed)

E. P. DOWLEY,

Magistrate.

We concur,

(Signed)

JJ. MCCONNACHY,

J. H. FOXWORTHY,

Assessors.

THE NAVIGATION ACT, 1904.

Harbour and Light Department,

FREMANTLE, 28th November, 1910.

The following Report and Finding of the Chief Harbour Master into the circumstances attending the loss of the schooner "Hugh Norman," in the vicinity of Cervantes Island, on or about the 28th October, 1910, has been approved by the Hon. the Colonial Secretary.

G. J. SINCLAIR,

Secretary.

The Under Treasurer.

I beg to report, for the information of the Hon. the Minister, having held a Preliminary Inquiry, on the 15th inst., into the circumstances attending the reported total loss of the schooner "Hugh Norman," in the vicinity of Cervantes Island, on or about the 28th Octo- ber, 1910.

The schooner "Hugh Norman" is a pearling vessel owned by Messrs. Robinson and Norman, of Broome, and registered in Fremantle, official number 125030.

After taking the evidence of the crew, T. E. Anderson the survivor, D. McDonald who deserted at Fremantle, Mr. A. E. Brown, the builder of the vessel and agent for the owners; Captain R. E. Arundel, the Underwriters' Surveyor; J. F. Morrison, Shipping Inspector to the Department; H. J. Clark, Assistant Wharf Manager, I have to report that the schooner "Hugh Norman"

       was recently built at Fremantle, and was on her maiden trip to Broome to enter into the Pearl Fishing industry.

The vessel was in charge of Captain W. Dundee, a duly qualified Master Mariner, and who has had a most extensive experience of the coast, more particularly in taking vessels of this description from Fremantle to Broome.

The day before the vessel sailed, viz., the 20th October, the Master was under the influence of intoxicating liquor, in consequence of which the vessel was detained.

On the morning of the 21st, the Master was sober, and the vessel was fully manned and equipped, having as crew McDonald, an experienced sailorman, and Anderson, with a fair knowledge of seamanship, and being in every respect seaworthy to the satisfaction of the Surveyor, who granted an Insurance Certificate. I might here mention that a casual search was made by the agent for any liquor, and about one-third of a bottle only was found.

The vessel left Victoria Quay about 10 a.m., and in beating out of the river by some means got foul of the North Mole wharf; here the seaman McDonald slipped ashore (deserted), alleging that he did so because he noticed that the foremast was sprung by coming into contact with the wharf. His action was not noticed by those on shore, but the agent seeing the boat in difficulties went to her assistance in a launch and towed him clear of the Mole.

     The vessel was handled in a seamanlike manner, Captain Dundee setting a N.N.W. course when the launch let him go, and as far as could be seen by those in the launch the lugger had not sustained any damage by being in contact with the jetty.

From the sworn evidence given by Anderson, the survivor, it appears that after setting the course the Master went below and immediately gave way to drink, having two or three bottles of whisky hidden on board, and when this was consumed he drank two bottles of methylated spirits, with the result that from that date he was not accountable for his actions, and not in a fit state to navigate the vessel.

At 6 p.m. on the 21st October (day of sailing) the foremast went over the side, and though the Master came on deck at 8 p.m., he did not attempt to clear the wreckage, which was left trailing over the side till he again came on deck on the 23rd, at 8 a.m., when it was taken in, and a jury sail rigged with a staysail to the mainmast. Up to this time the man Anderson had been continuously at the helm; he then went below; shortly after, on hearing a sail flapping, he again came on deck, and found the jurysail had carried away, and the Master lying asleep at the helm. At 2 p.m. Anderson succeeded in wakening the Master, who then altered the vessel's course to S.E. and went below. Land was sighted at about midnight and reported to the Master, and at about 2 a.m. on the 24th the vessel struck a reef about five miles from the shore. The Master then came on deck, but appeared stupefied, and the man got the boat out, but in doing so she filled and parted her painter.

The Master then ordered Anderson to swim for the boat, and when he refused because he saw sharks in the water, he attempted to put him over the side. Anderson then went below, and the Master followed and attacked him, and in the struggle bit his finger severely. The Master then appears to have calmed down and succumbed to the effects of the methylated spirits.

The Master remained below till the evening of the 26th, when he came on deck and assisted to bale out the vessel. During this time she continued to bump over the reefs, and to make water, getting nearer to shore.

He then

    At about 9 p.m. on the 27th, Anderson was awakened from a sleep on deck by hearing a splash, and in looking over the side he saw the Master swimming for the shore. fell off to sleep and did not wake up till the next afternoon, the 28th, when on seeing the wind coming in from the shore, thus likely to drive the vessel to sea, he took a lifebuoy and swam ashore. The land was then about a mile distant. On reaching shore he endeavoured to find Captain Dundee, but could find no trace of him. After resting till the following day, Anderson followed a cart track for five days without food, when he arrived at the homestead of Mr. Leslie Brown, completely exhausted from his privations and most trying experience, where he was received with great hospitality and kindness.

The beach in the vicinity has since been well patrolled by the police, but no trace of the vessel or Captain Dundee could be found.

After careful consideration of the evidence I find:-

(a.) The pearling schooner "Hugh Norman," owned by Messrs. Robinson & Norman, of Broome, registered in Fremantle, official number 125030, was lost on a voyage from Fremantle to Broome.

(b.) That when leaving Fremantle the vessel was well equipped and in very respect

seaworthy.

(c.) That the loss of the vessel was occasioned by the misconduct of the Master, to wit, drunkenness and neglect of duty and navigation through excessive indulgence in intoxicating liquor.

(d.) That as the Master (Captain William Dundee) lost his life in a vain attempt

to swim ashore, no further action can be taken in matter.

(Sgd.) C. J. IRVINE,

Chief Harbour Master.

(Sgd.) G. J. SINCLAIR,

25th November, 1910.

Secretary Navigation Act, 1904.

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COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 312.--In accordance with Section 168 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinances, 1903-1909, it is hereby notified that the Government proposes to erect a public- latrine on Crown land immediately at rear of Nos. 6 and 8 Kowloon City Road.

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If

   any owner or occupier of property in the immediate vicinity of such site objects to such erection, such objection must be sent in writing to the Colonial Secretary so as to reach his office not later than Saturday, the 21st January, 1911.

Such objection must state the reasons and specify the property with regard to the ownership or occupation of which such objection is made and the interest therein of the objector.

30th December, 1910.

F. H. MAY, Colonial Secretary.

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Telegraph Companies'

Offices at Hongkong.

Asustarias.

Bajads.

Banthalseng.

Changbin.

Foon Wah Cheong 159 Connaught Road.

Genahr.

Guansenhuat.

Hunhainhtie Mampusian.

Indicator.

Kummert.

Leigh Hongkong Hotel.

Leung Si Doe. 71 Wing Lock Street.

Lewseckee, 26 Stanley Street.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mingking.

Naka Ito, Matsubara.

On Kee.

R.A. Parker, Princess Alice. Bogwilk.

Shewan.

Sunhanyee.

Takedattozi Japan Hotel Tourouja. Tongyue.

F. L. Waldron.

Miss Will German Tavern.

Ely Wilmington.

Yeemow.

Yovobeng.

Yungtailoong.

1459.

5040. 4141. 3057. 123.

Hongkong Station, 30th December, 1910.

E. V. JESSEN,

Superintendent,

Great Northern Telegraph Co.

O

W. SWAN,

Superintendent,

Eastern Extension, etc.. Telegraph Ca

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曉驗事照得現

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國餉定於西歷一千九百一十一年正月三十一日以前輪納如至二月二 十八日仍未輸納不必再行示諭卽在 杲憲衙門控 追倘該屋宇無人 租賃經於西歴正月内先期完納春季餉項者可以向 國家取回如春 十五日之内不到求取則不得領回顾各遵照毌違特不 正月

港爲

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船政道戴

驗事照得軍營操演大進地位日期開列於左

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西歴本年正月初五至十三日由連日在將軍澳坑口地方向西南偏南

方而去由上午十點鐘起至下午四點鐘止

如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日操演各船艇務須勿

擠擁炮彈所經之路切切特示

初六日示

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正月

初六日示

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田土廳華

曉論事照得現奉

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茲將該地段形勢開列於左

第一號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十六號坐落土名 松柏明東北二十四尺西南二十四尺東,二十七尺西北二十七尺共 計六百四十八方尺每年地悅銀二圓投價以七圓爲底

第二號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十七號坐落土名 松栢期東北二十八尺西南二十八尺東南二十七尺西北二十七尺共 計七百五十六方尺每地稅翎二圓投價以八圓爲底

第三號册錚丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十八號坐落土名

松柏朗東北二十二尺西南二十二尺東南十八尺西北十八尺共計三 百九十六方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以四圓爲底

第四號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第一千六百一十號坐落土名 松栢計闊一英畝百分之七分每年地稅銀二毫-仙投食以三十一 圓爲底

第五號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段 第一千六百一十二號坐落土 名松栢計機一英畝百份之七分每年地秕銀二毫一仙投價以三十 一圓篇底

第六號卌錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十五號坐落土名 松柏朗東北三十五尺 = 南三十五尺東南一百尺西北一,尺共計! 千五百方尺每年地稅銀二毫四仙股價以三十五圓爲底

第七號册錄丈量約份第五十一號地段第四千三百四十九號坐土 名粉嶺計闊一英畝百分之十五分每年地稅錢一毫五仙楼以十七 圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

正月

初六日示

S憲 示 第六號 田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現泰

督憲札開定於西歷本年正月廿四日卽禮拜二日下午兩半鐘在香 港新界南約理民府署照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號憲示內所 列投買總章程及下列額外章程肼投建造地一段以七十五年爲管業 之期由一千八百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由皇家再定實地稅

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10

田土廳華

曉論事照得現奉

督憲札開定於西厢本年正月十一日即禮拜三日上午十點鐘在大埔 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投賣總 程開設建造官地三段打禾塲三段耕種地一段均以七十五年爲管 業之期由一千八百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定香 地稅續批二十四年至期前三日止第二千零九十六號二千零九十七 號及二千零九十八號乃建造地段投得之人須照第五欸總章程用銀 經營其地每段估價至少一百圓投得第一千六百一十號一千六百一 十二號及二千零九十五號乃打禾塲地須照一千九百零九年第六百 九十七號憲示內刊之額外章程第一次辦理其投得第四十三百四十 九 號之人須兼照總章程第 - 二 三欸章程辦理等因奉此合出示 曉諭俾衆週知爲此萍示

茲將該地段形勢開列於左

第一號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十六號坐落土名 松柏明東北二十四尺西南二十四尺東,二十七尺西北二十七尺共 計六百四十八方尺每年地悅銀二圓投價以七圓爲底

第二號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十七號坐落土名 松栢期東北二十八尺西南二十八尺東南二十七尺西北二十七尺共 計七百五十六方尺每地稅翎二圓投價以八圓爲底

第三號册錚丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十八號坐落土名

松柏朗東北二十二尺西南二十二尺東南十八尺西北十八尺共計三 百九十六方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以四圓爲底

第四號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第一千六百一十號坐落土名 松栢計闊一英畝百分之七分每年地稅銀二毫-仙投食以三十一 圓爲底

第五號册錄丈量約份第九十二號地段 第一千六百一十二號坐落土 名松栢計機一英畝百份之七分每年地秕銀二毫一仙投價以三十 一圓篇底

第六號卌錄丈量約份第九十二號地段第二千零九十五號坐落土名 松柏朗東北三十五尺 = 南三十五尺東南一百尺西北一,尺共計! 千五百方尺每年地稅銀二毫四仙股價以三十五圓爲底

第七號册錄丈量約份第五十一號地段第四千三百四十九號坐土 名粉嶺計闊一英畝百分之十五分每年地稅錢一毫五仙楼以十七 圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

正月

初六日示

S憲 示 第六號 田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現泰

督憲札開定於西歷本年正月廿四日卽禮拜二日下午兩半鐘在香 港新界南約理民府署照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號憲示內所 列投買總章程及下列額外章程肼投建造地一段以七十五年爲管業 之期由一千八百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由皇家再定實地稅

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續批二十四年至期前三日止楼得該地之人須照第五欸總章程用 銀經營其地诂價至少五百圓等因奉此合出示曉諭俾衆週知爲此

茲將該地形勢章程開列於左

此號册錄丈量約份第二地段第一千八百九十號坐落土名牛池灣 石村共計二千八百五十六方尺每年地稅銀十圓投價以七十二圓爲 底

額外章程

其國家批紙則與平常新界地與國家批紙格式同承批之人無在水上 落之權倘國家將所之地收回以爲公用則只按其地廣闊每方只補 回二仙半與承批之人

百一十一年

S憲 示 第三百

I

正月

初六日示

二 號

布政使司梅

曉諭事照得現奉

督憲札開欲按一千九百零三年第一條則例第一百六十八欸起建公 厠一所坐落九龍城道第六號及第八號屋宇之後凡屬鄰近該處之業 主租客有以爲不合欲行辨陳者須于明年正月二十一日卽禮拜六日 以前禀呈布政司將該與某屋或地有何關碍并其中原委及具禀 是否業主或屬租客細陳明聽候核奪等因奉此合出示曉諭爲此 特示

一千九百一十年

A

十二月

三十日示

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY,

Notice of Adjudication and Appointment of Trustee.

T

No. 30 of 1910.

Re The WING CHEUNG Firm lately carrying on business at No. 51 Queen's Road West, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong,

Stationers.

HE above named WING CHEUNG Firm were adjudicated Bankrupt on the 24th day of December, 1910, and the Official Re- ceiver, Mr. GEORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN, was appointed Trustee of the Estate of the Bankrupt.

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No. 28 of 1909.

Re ALBERT ABRAHAM and YEE LEUNG SI alias YONG ABRA- HAM both of No. 1 Clarence Terrace, Victoria aforesaid.

"T is hereby notified that the above named YEE LEUNG.SHI alias YONG ABRAHAM the concubine of A. ABRAHAM, has been joined in the Bankruptcy and has been adjudicated Bankrupt on the 29th day of December, 1910, and that the Official Receiver has been ap- pointed Trustee of her Estate.

Dated this 6th day of January, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receiver & Trustec.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.

Action No. 202 of 1910.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of

a Trade Mark.

NOTICARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, (a

OTICE is hereby given that the BRITISH

Company registered under the Laws of Hong- kong) of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 28th day of December, 1910, applied for the registra- tion in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Mark :--

The Trade Mark consists of two square panels. in one is shown an open umbrella above which is the name of the brand "UMBRELLA", and at the foot of the same panel is the name of the Company. In the other panel an open umbrella is shown at the top, and immediately under is the word "UMBRELLA" in a scroll of peculiar design,

in the name of the BRITISH IGARETTE COM- PANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hougkong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, Chim, Tobacco Manufac- tures, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 15.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1910.

BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY,

LIMITED,

R. D. HARVEY, Attorney.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909,

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

is hereby

LIMITED of Arcadia Works, City Road, London, England; Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 16th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

BLACK CAT

in the name of CARRERAS LIMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by thế Applicants in respect of all tobacco goods included in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 6th day of January, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor & Agent on behalf of Applicants.

THE

"HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE".

SUBSCRIPTION:

Per anrum (payable in advance), Half year, Three months,

(do.), (do.),

Terms of Advertising:

For 5 lines and under, ...$1.00 Each additional line, ..$0.20 Repetitions, ......Half price.

$18.00

10.00

6.00

for 1st insertion,

Advertisements should be sent in not later than 3 P.M. on Thursdays.

Between :-

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The WING FUNG YUEN Firm, Plaintiffs,

and

The TSING KAT CHING KEE

Firm and LI HIN SHAN

and LI KWAI WAN, ......Defendants.

OTICE is hereby given that a Writ of Foreign Attachment returnable on the 16th day of January, 1911, against all the property movable and immovable of the above named Defendants within the jurisdic- tion of the Supreme Court of Hongkong has been issued in this action pursuant to Section 453 of the Hongkong Code of Civil Procedure,

Dated this 30th day of December, 1910.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Plaintiff's.

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THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark,

OTICE is hereby given that LA SOCIÉTÉ DES CIMENTS l'ORTLAND ARTIFICIELS DE L'INDO CHINE, HAIPHONG, bave on the 15th day of October, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :---

PORTLAND

PRIX

CEMENT

LE

190S

RAND

1900

EXHIBITION

GDIONIAL

TH

NOTICE.

HE interest and responsibility of Mr. RICHARD MARTEN in our firm ceased

by mutual consent on 30th April, 1910.

Mr. KURT DETMERS has been admitted

a partner in our firm from this date. .

*Hongkong, 1st January, 1911.

RABOKER & Co.

NOTICE.

HE Interest and Responsibility of Mr.

as from the 31st December, 1910.

Hongkong, 1st January, 1911.

ARNHOLD, KARBERG & Co.

INDO-CHINA

PORTLANO

EMENT CELTED

HAIPHONG

in the name of LA SOCIÉTÉ DES CIMENTS PORTLAND ARTIFICIELS DE L'INDO CHINE HAIPHONG, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :--

Cement, in Class 17.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated the 1st day of November, 1910.

GOLDRING, BARLOW & MORRELL,

10 Queen's Road Central, Solicitors for the Applicants.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. S. 10.-The following Bills were read a first time at a Meeting of the Council held on the 12th January, 1911 :-

Short title

and con- struction.

Repeals sec- tion 14 of the

Lepers Ordinance, 1910, and substitutes a new section.

Prohibition of leper im- migration.

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to amend the Lepers Ordinance,

1910.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows :-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as The Lepers Ordin- ance Amendment Ordinance, 1911, and shall be read and construed as one with The Lepers Ordinance, 1910.

2. Section 14 of the Lepers Ordinance, 1910, is hereby repealed and the following is substitute for and shall be

read in lieu thereof :-

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-(1.) No person, not being a subject of His Majesty, suffering from leprosy may enter this Colony, and every person so doing may be banished in the manner hereinafter provided. (2.) The Governor-in-Council may, by order, pro- hibit any leper not being a subject of His Majesty who may enter the Colony in contra- vention of the last preceding sub-section from residing or being within the Colony for such period as the Governor-in-Council may think fit, and may by the same or any subsequent order, fix the time for the departure of such leper from the Colony.

The leper named in such order shall be arrested and detained in custody by the Police until he leaves the Colony or until the final departure from the Colony of any vessel in which he leaves."

Memorandum.

This Bill amends the Lepers Ordinance, 1910, (No, 24 of 1910), and modifies the power given to the Governor-in- Council to order the banishment of alien lepers.

It prohibits the entry into the Colony of persons, not being subjects of His Majesty, suffering from leprosy and authorises the Governor-in-Council to banish such persons.

W. REES DAVIES, Attorney General,

Short title

and con- stenction.

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to amend The Defences (Sketching Prevention) Ordinance, 1895, and to control balloonists and others who have special oppor- tunities for obtaining information respecting the defences of the Colony.

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as "The Defences (Sketching Prevention) Amendment Ordinance, 1910", and shall be read and construed as one with The Defences (Sketching Prevention) Ordinance, 1895, hereinafter called

"The Principal Ordinance ".

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2. Section 2 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby Amends sec- amended by the insertion in sub-section (1) after the word tion 2 of the "make" in the third line thereof of the words or have Principal in his possession, custody or control", and by the insertion in sub-section (2) after the word "made in the third line thereof of the words 66

or possessed".

3. The following section is hereby inserted after section 4 of the Principa! Ordinance :-

Ordinance.

"4A. Any person who without lawful authority or Trespassing excuse (proof whereof shall lie on the accused) on fortifica- is found in or upon any battery, field work, or tions or naval fortification in this Colouy or in or upon any premises an and military place whether fortified or not which is set offence. apart or reserved for naval or military opera- tions or purposes and which the general public have no right to enter into or upon shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance and shall on conviction before a Magistrate be liable to a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or at the discretion of the Magistrate to im- prisonment with or without hard labour for any term not exceeding six months."

4. The following sections are hereby added to the Principal Ordinance and shall be inserted at the end thereof:

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OF

Magistrate.

"7. Whenever it appears to any Magistrate upon Issue of

the oath affirmation or declaration of any per- search war- son of repute that there is good cause to believe rant by that there is in any house, shop, room other place any sketch, drawing, photograph, picture or painting in respect of which it may appear that an offence has been committed against this Ordinance such Magistrate may by warrant directed to any European Police Officer empower such officer to enter into any such house, shop, room or other place, with such assistance as may be necessary in the daytime, and if necessary to use force by breaking open doors or otherwise and search for and seize any such sketch, drawing, photograph, picture or painting as aforesaid, found in such house, shop, room or other place, and to arrest any person or persons who may appear to have such articles so seized in his or their possession, custody or control.

8. -(1.) It shall not be lawful for any person to Control of make an ascent in a balloon, whether dirigible balloonists or otherwise, or in an aeroplane without hay- ing previousely obtained the permission in writing of the Governor.

(2.) Such permission shall clearly state the number and direction of ascents which are thereby authorised and may be issued subject to any conditions, which shall be specified in the written permission, that the Governor may think fit to impose.

(3.) Every person who contravenes the provi- sions of this section or who contravenes any of the conditions imposed by the Governor under this section shall, on summary conviction before a Magistrate, be liable to a penalty not exceeding five hundred dollars or, at the discretion of the Magistrate, to imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for any term not exceeding three months."

Juice

Memorandum.

The development of Aviation since the Principal Ordin- was passed has rendered it necessary to introduce legislation with a view to controlling ascents in balloons and acroplanes in a fortress such as Hongkong, for with- out such control the purposes of the Ordinance would be nullified. Opportunity has been taken to bring the Ordin- ance into line in some other details with the law existing in other Eastern British Colonies.

W.

REES DAVIES, Attorney General,

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 11.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

13th January, 1911.

F. H. MAY,

Colonial Secretary.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 12.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as follows:----

On Thursday, the 19th January, 1911-

From the East of Hongkong, in an Easterly and South-Easterly direction, at ranges up to 14,500 yards, commencing at 10 a.m., and finishing at 4 p.m.

On Friday, the 20th January, 1911:-

From the West of Hongkong, in a Westerly direction, at ranges up to 14,500

yards, commencing at 10 a.m., and finishing at 4 p.m.

If the weather is favourable, practice will finish each day at 2 p.m.

  Should the weather be unfavourable on either of the above dates, practice will take place on dates following those shown.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the ranges.

13th January, 1911.

BASIL TAYLOR, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. S. 13.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 21st day of January, 1911.

  The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as Building Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each Lot under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 11.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

13th January, 1911.

F. H. MAY,

Colonial Secretary.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 12.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as follows:----

On Thursday, the 19th January, 1911-

From the East of Hongkong, in an Easterly and South-Easterly direction, at ranges up to 14,500 yards, commencing at 10 a.m., and finishing at 4 p.m.

On Friday, the 20th January, 1911:-

From the West of Hongkong, in a Westerly direction, at ranges up to 14,500

yards, commencing at 10 a.m., and finishing at 4 p.m.

If the weather is favourable, practice will finish each day at 2 p.m.

  Should the weather be unfavourable on either of the above dates, practice will take place on dates following those shown.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the ranges.

13th January, 1911.

BASIL TAYLOR, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. S. 13.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 21st day of January, 1911.

  The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as Building Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each Lot under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

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PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in

Annual

Upset

Crown!

Price.

E.

W.

Sq. ft.

Rent.

feet.

feet. feet. feet.

Survey District 82.

Lot No. 1402.

Lo Shu Ling.

32

Lot No. 1403.

Do.

32

Lot No. 1404.

Do.

32

Lot No. 1405.

Do.

32

2222

32

32

32

32

48953

60

30

9893

45

1,440

15

2.00

60

1,920

20

2.50

45

1,440

15

2.00

30

960

10

1.50

13th January, 1911.

No. S. 14.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

No. 23 of 1910.

GULF OF ST. VINCENT.

ENTRANCE TO PORT ADELAIDE RIVER.

MASTERS of vessels, pilots, and others are informed that the White Occulting Light. Buoy on the starboard hand entering the l'ort River has been moved Soft. to the southward, and is now moored 80ft. from the edge of the cutting at the outer bar. This buoy at ebb tide swings about 160ft. off the southern edge of channel.

This affects Admiralty charts Nos. 1750, 1752 and 2389в.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Board.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, November 10th, 1910.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 312.---In accordance with Section 168 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinances, 1903-1909, it is hereby notified that the Government proposes to erect a public latrine on Crown land immediately at rear of Nos. 6 and 8 Kowloon City Road.

If any owner or occupier of property in the immediate vicinity of such site objects to such erection, such objection must be sent in writing to the Colonial Secretary so as to reach his office not later than Saturday, the 21st January, 1911.

Such objection must state the reasons and specify the property with regard to the ownership or occupation of which such objection is made and the interest therein of the objector.

F. H. MAY, Colonial Secretary.

30th December, 1910.

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PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in

Annual

Upset

Crown!

Price.

E.

W.

Sq. ft.

Rent.

feet.

feet. feet. feet.

Survey District 82.

Lot No. 1402.

Lo Shu Ling.

32

Lot No. 1403.

Do.

32

Lot No. 1404.

Do.

32

Lot No. 1405.

Do.

32

2222

32

32

32

32

48953

60

30

9893

45

1,440

15

2.00

60

1,920

20

2.50

45

1,440

15

2.00

30

960

10

1.50

13th January, 1911.

No. S. 14.

NOTICE TO MARINERS.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

No. 23 of 1910.

GULF OF ST. VINCENT.

ENTRANCE TO PORT ADELAIDE RIVER.

MASTERS of vessels, pilots, and others are informed that the White Occulting Light. Buoy on the starboard hand entering the l'ort River has been moved Soft. to the southward, and is now moored 80ft. from the edge of the cutting at the outer bar. This buoy at ebb tide swings about 160ft. off the southern edge of channel.

This affects Admiralty charts Nos. 1750, 1752 and 2389в.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Board.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, November 10th, 1910.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 312.---In accordance with Section 168 of the Public Health and Buildings Ordinances, 1903-1909, it is hereby notified that the Government proposes to erect a public latrine on Crown land immediately at rear of Nos. 6 and 8 Kowloon City Road.

If any owner or occupier of property in the immediate vicinity of such site objects to such erection, such objection must be sent in writing to the Colonial Secretary so as to reach his office not later than Saturday, the 21st January, 1911.

Such objection must state the reasons and specify the property with regard to the ownership or occupation of which such objection is made and the interest therein of the objector.

F. H. MAY, Colonial Secretary.

30th December, 1910.

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List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Telegraph Companies' Offices at Hongkong.

Asustarias.

Banthaiseng.

Chongonvo.

Changhin.

Daniels. Daniels:

Foon Wah (heong 159 Connaught Road.

Guansenhuat.

Hunhainhtie Mampumshan.

Hinkee.

Indicator.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Kummert.

Leigh Hongkong Hotel.

Leung Si Doe. 7 Wing Lock Street.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mingking.

Ouheng.

On Kee.

Paterson.

Rogwilk.

Professor Schultze Nordlloyd.

Shewan.

Sunhanyee.

Takedattozi Japan Hotel Tourouja.

Tongyue.

F. I. Waldron.

Miss Will German Tavern.

Ely Wilmington.

Wingcheong.

Yeemow.

Yovoheng.

Yungtailoong.

1459.

5040. 4141. 3057.

1123.

Hongkong Station, 13th January, 1911

E. V. JESSEN,

Superintendent,

Great Northern Telegraph Co,

W. SWAN,

superintendent,

Eastern Extension, etc., Telegraph Co.

s

船政道戴

| + |

曉諭事照得軍營操演大炮地位日期開列於左

楙擁炮彈所經之路切切特示 如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日懍演各船艇務須勿

千五百碼之遙由上午十點鐘起至下午閟鐘止 西歷本年正月二十日卽禮拜五在香港西炮台向西方而去計一萬 計一萬千五:碼之遙由上午十點鐘起至下午四點止 西灤永年正月十九日卽禮拜四在香港東台炮向東方及東南方而去

一千九百一十一年

十三日示

+ 11

因日七章

田土廳 華

m

『驗專照得現

此合 出示曉諭俾衆週知為此特示 日止投得之人須照第五款總章程用銀經營其境估價至少一百圓等 月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期前三 章程開投建造地四以七十五年為管業之期由一千八百九十八年 界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投買總 [札開定於西歴本年正月二十一日卽禮拜六上十十點鐘在大埔

茲將該地形勢開列于左

1

- 18

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Telegraph Companies' Offices at Hongkong.

Asustarias.

Banthaiseng.

Chongonvo.

Changhin.

Daniels. Daniels:

Foon Wah (heong 159 Connaught Road.

Guansenhuat.

Hunhainhtie Mampumshan.

Hinkee.

Indicator.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Kummert.

Leigh Hongkong Hotel.

Leung Si Doe. 7 Wing Lock Street.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mingking.

Ouheng.

On Kee.

Paterson.

Rogwilk.

Professor Schultze Nordlloyd.

Shewan.

Sunhanyee.

Takedattozi Japan Hotel Tourouja.

Tongyue.

F. I. Waldron.

Miss Will German Tavern.

Ely Wilmington.

Wingcheong.

Yeemow.

Yovoheng.

Yungtailoong.

1459.

5040. 4141. 3057.

1123.

Hongkong Station, 13th January, 1911

E. V. JESSEN,

Superintendent,

Great Northern Telegraph Co,

W. SWAN,

superintendent,

Eastern Extension, etc., Telegraph Co.

s

船政道戴

| + |

曉諭事照得軍營操演大炮地位日期開列於左

楙擁炮彈所經之路切切特示 如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日懍演各船艇務須勿

千五百碼之遙由上午十點鐘起至下午閟鐘止 西歷本年正月二十日卽禮拜五在香港西炮台向西方而去計一萬 計一萬千五:碼之遙由上午十點鐘起至下午四點止 西灤永年正月十九日卽禮拜四在香港東台炮向東方及東南方而去

一千九百一十一年

十三日示

+ 11

因日七章

田土廳 華

m

『驗專照得現

此合 出示曉諭俾衆週知為此特示 日止投得之人須照第五款總章程用銀經營其境估價至少一百圓等 月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期前三 章程開投建造地四以七十五年為管業之期由一千八百九十八年 界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投買總 [札開定於西歴本年正月二十一日卽禮拜六上十十點鐘在大埔

茲將該地形勢開列于左

1

19 -

·一號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零二號坐落土名 老鼠嶺北三十二尺南三十二尺東四十五尺西四十五尺共計一千四 百四十八方尺每年地甜銀二圓投價以十五圓爲底

第二號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零三號坐落土名 老鼠嶺北三十二月南三十二尺東六十尺西六十尺共計一千九百二 十方尺每地稅鏐二圓五毫投價以二十圓爲底

第三號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零四號坐落土名 老鼠嶺北三十二天南三十二尺東四十五尺西四十五尺共計一千四 百四十方尺每年地稅銀圓投價以十五圓爲底

第四號州鋅丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零五號坐落土名 老鼠嶺北三十二尺南三十二尺東三十尺西三十尺共計九百六十方 尺每年地稅釗一圓五毫投償以十圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

S憲 示 第三

布政使司梅

曉諗事照得現奉

十二號

督憲札開欲按一千九百零三年第一條則例 第一百六十八欸起建公 厠一所坐落九龍城道第六號及第八號屋宇之後凡屬鄰近該處之業 主租客有以爲不合欲行辨陳者須于明年正月二十一日卽禮拜六日 以前禀呈布政司將該厕與某屋或地有何關碍并其中原委及具禀者 是否業主或屬租客許細陳明聽候核奪等因奉此台出示此爲此 特示

一千九百一十年

十二月

三十日示

20

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Dividends.

No. 26 of 1904.

Re CHOW-YUEN lately residing at No. 171 Police Station Street, Mong Kok, in the Colony of Hongkong, Contractor.

Afirst and final

matter.

A

cent. has been declared in the above

No. 28 of 1905.

Re The YEUN ON Company lately trading at No. 14 Gilman's Ba- zaar, Victoria aforesaid, Coal

Merchants.

first and final dividend of .80 cents per cent. has been declared in the above

matter.

No. 59 of 1905.

Re The TIN PO LAU Firm lately trading at No. 286 Queen's Road Central, Victoria aforesaid.

first and final dividend of $5.00 per

A cent, has been declared in the above

matter.

A

A

No. 42 of 1907.

Re CHAW CHUNG CHEUK lately under the style or fim names of the Ching On at No. 146 Queen's Road Central and of the Shing On at No. 192 Queen's Road Central, Victoria aforesaid, Watchmakers and Jewellers.

final dividend of $2.50 per cent. has

been declared in the above matter,

No. 47 of 1907.

Re The SUN LUNG Firm lately carrying on business at No. 114 Pork Stall, Central Market, Victoria aforesaid.

first and final dividend of $2.60 per cent, has been declared in the above

matter.

NOTIC is dividends may be received

OTICE is hereby given that the above

at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 18th day of January, 1911, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and on any subsequent day during office hours.

   Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any bills of exchange or other securities held by them and must sign a receipt in the prescribed form.

Notice of Intended Dividend.

No. 30 of 1910.

Re The WING CHEUNG Firm lately carrying on business at No. 51 Queen's Road West, Victoria aforesaid, Stationers.

first and final dividend is intended to be

A declared in the above matter after the expiration of one month from the 14th day of January, 1911.

Dated this 13th day of January, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receiver & Trustee.

THE WEST POINT BUILDING COMPANY, LTD.

OTICE is hereby given that the Twenty-

holders in this Company will be held at the Company's Offices, Victoria Buildings, on Friday, the 27th January, 1911, at 11.45 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors together with State- ment of Accounts for the year ending 31st December, 1910.

The Register of Shares of the Company will be closed from Tuesday, 17th January, to Fri- day, 27th January, 1911, (both days inclusive), during which period no transfer of Shares can be registered.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

A. SHELTON HOOPER, Secretary to the Hongkong Land Investment and Agency Co., Ltd., General Agents for

THE WEST POINT BUILDING CO., LTD, Hongkong, 12th January, 1911.

THE HONGKONG LAND INVESTMENT AND AGENCY COMPANY, LTD.

OTICE is hereby given that the Twenty-

NOTICE Ordinary Meeting of Share-

holders in this Company will be held at the Company's Offices, Victoria Buildings, on Friday, the 27th January, 1911, at 12 o'clock Noon, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors together with Statement of Accounts for the year ending 31st December, 1910.

The Register of Shares of the Company will be closed from Tuesday, 17th January, to Friday, 27th January, 1911, (both days in- clusive), during which period no transfer of Shares can be registered.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

A. SHELTON HOOPER, Secretary.

Hongkong, 12th January, 1911.

THE EASTERN FIBRE COMPANY, LIMITED.

A the above-named Company duly con- Tan Extraordinary General Meeting of

vened and held at 12, Kiukiang Road, Shang- hai, on Monday, the 12th day of December, 1910, the following Special. Resolution was duly passed, and at a subsequent Extraordin- ary General Meeting also duly convened and held at the same place on Wednesday, the 28th day of December, 1910, the said Resolu- tion was duly confirmed, viz. :-

"That the Company be wound up volun- tarily under the provisions of the Companies Ordinances of Hong- "kong, and that Mr. E. M. Ross of Shanghai, be, and he is hereby "appointed Liquidator for the pur-

'pose of such winding up."

Dated this 5th day of January, 1911.

EDW. S. LITTLE, Chairman,

Witness:

THOS. BROWN.

In the Matter of The EASTERN FIBRE COMPANY, LIMITED, (in Liquidation).

"OTICE is hereby given that the Credit- ors of the above named Company are required on or before the 20th day of February, 1911, to send their names and addresses and particulars of their debts or claims to the undersigned, the Liquidator of the said Com- pany, and, if so required by notice in writing from the undersigned, to come in and prove their said debts or claims at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof, they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.

Dated this 30th day of December, 1910.

ERIC. M. ROSS, Liquidator,

11 Yuen-ming-yuen Road, Shanghai,

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of 2 Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that Joter

WALKER & SONS, LIMITED, of Dunster House, 12, Mark Lane, London, E.C., Eng- land; Distillers, have on the 22nd day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

No. 1.

JOHNNIE WALKER

No. 2.

Old Highland Whisky.

JOHN WALKER & SONS, KILMARNOCK.

in the name of JOHN WALKER & SONS, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark No. 1 has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since the year 1867, and the Trade Mark No. 2 has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since the year 1880, in respect of Whisky, in Class 43.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 12th day of January, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor on behalf of the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

N

OTICE is hereby given that LA SOCIETE ANONYME DES MINES ET FONDERIES DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE, of Angleur near Liege, Belgium, trading as Zine Manufacturers, have on the 17th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Marks:-

1. The representation of an oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the words "Vieille Montagne".

2. The representation of a round cornered oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the V-M letters thus :-

G

3. The words "Vieille Montagne" and "Liege" printed in the form of a circle within which appear three Stars with the figure 12 under the stars and the letter T under the figure 12,

in the name of LA SOCIETE ANONYME DES MINES ET FONDERIES DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark Nod. I has been used by the the Applicants since 1861 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 3, the Trade Mark Nod. 2 has been used by the Applicants since 1896 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 5 and the Trade Mark Nod. 3 has been used by the Applicants since 1861 in respect of Sheet Zinc in Class 5.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated this 13th day of January, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street.

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I

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.

Between :-

N

Action No. 202 of 1910.

The WING FUNG YUEN Firm, Plaintiffs,

and

The TSING KAT CHING KEE

Firm and LI HIN SHAN

and LI KWAI WAN, Defendants.

.

OTICE is hereby given that a Writ of Foreign Attachment returnable on the 16th day of January, 1911, against all the property movable and immovable of the above named Defendants within the jurisdic- tion of the Supreme Court of Hongkong has been issued in this action pursuant to Section 453 of the Hongkong Code of Civil Procedure.

Dated this 30th day of December, 1910.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Plaintiffs.

Νο

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that SAMUEL SHAKESPEAR LOWE of Nos. 170-171 Hampton Street, Birmingham, England, Export Merchant, has on the 5th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

THE KNOCKOUT

KNOCK-OUT

No. 1.

No. 2.

No. 3.

In the Matter of the Patents Ordin- ance, 1892, and in the Matter of the Patents Amendment Ordin- ance, 1909,

and

In the Matter of an application made by WILLIAM CROSSLEY as Agent and Attorney for Joseph William Isherwood, Shipbuilder, of Roman Road, Linthorpe, Middlesborough in the County of York, England, for a grant of Letters Patent for an Invention for "Improve- ments in the construction of floating vessels".

NOTICE is on Y si Certified Copy of

"OTICE is hereby given that the Petition,

the Complete Specification required by the above mentioned Ordinances have been duly filed in the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong, and that the Original Letters Patent granted for the said invention or a certified copy thereof will shortly there be filed, and that it is the intention of the above named WILLIAM CROSSLEY as such Agent and Attorney as aforesaid by EWENS and HARSTON his Solicitors and Agents to apply to His Excellency the Governor for Letters Patent for the exclusive use within the Colony of Hongkong of the said invention.

Dated the 6th day of December, 1910.

EWENS & HARSTON, Solicitors for the Applicant.

in the name of SAMUEL SHAKESPEAR LOWE who claims to be the sole proprietor thereof.

Trade Mark No. 1 has been used by the Applicant (a.) in respect of Canvas in the piece, made of Flax Linen Hemp or Tow and Sailcloth in the piece, made of Flax or femp in Class 27; (7.) in respect of Cutlery and Edge Tools but not including Files and Razors in Class 12; (c.) in respect of Tarpaulins, Tents, Rick-cloths, Rope, Twine, Packings and Hose of all kinds in Class 50.

Trade Mark No. 2 has been used by the Applicant in respect of Candles, Common Soap, Detergents, Illuminating, Heating or Lubricating Oils, Matches; and Starch, Blue and other preparations for laundry purposes in Class 47.

Trade Mark No. 3 has been used by the Applicant in respect of all goods made of ordinary metal included in Class 13.

Dated this 14th day of December, 1910.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Agents for the Applicant.

In the Matter of the Patents Ordin- ance 1892 and in the Matter of the Patents Amendment Ordin- ance 1909

and

In the Matter of an application made by REGINALD VANDEZEE FARN- HAM of Audley End, Skelmorlie, Ayrshire, Scotland, Engineer, for a grant of Letters Patent in res- pect of an Invention for an "im- proved Gas Producer".

NOTICE is hereby given that the Petition

        Declaration and Office Copies of the Letters Patent and complete specification. required by the above mentioned Ordinances have been duly filed in the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and that it is the intention of the above named REGINALD VANDEZEE FARNHAM by Messrs. DENNYS & BOWLEY his Solicitors to apply to His Excellency the Governor for Letters l'atent for the exclusive use within the Colony of Hongkong of the said invention.

Dated the 7th day of December, 1910.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicant.

NOTICE

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 19-9.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

TOTICE is hereby given that CHUNG YU NAM () trading as the WAY Hop Firm at No. 14, Gutzlaff Street, Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Tea Mer- chant, has on the 14th day of October, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark, which the applicant undertakes to use in the colour red only :-

BESTKOO LOOTER

記為

星天

TRADE WH

WAY

MARK

HOP

HONG KONG CHINA

in the name of CHUNG YU NAM aforesaid who claims to be the proprietor thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicant since the year 1900 in respect of the following goods :-

Tea, in Class 42.

A facsimile of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 4th day of November, 1910.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS, Solicitors for the Applicant, 8. Des Voeux Road Central, Hongkong.

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TH

NOTICE.

HE interest and responsibility of Mr. RICHARD MARTEN in our firm ceased by mutual consent on 30th April, 1910.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Mr. KURT DETMERS has been admitted No

a partner in our firm from this date.

Hongkong, 1st January, 1911,

RÄDECKER & Co.

NOTICE.

HE Interest and Responsibility of Mr.

as from the 31st December, 1910.

Hongkong, 1st January, 1911.

ARNHOLD, KARBERG & Co.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

N

[OTICE is hereby given that JOHANN ABRAHAM VON WULFING trading as A. WULFING & Co., of 12, Chenies Street, London, W.C., England; Manufacturing Chemist, has on the 24th day of November, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

FORMAMINT

VON

in the name of JOHANN ABRAHAM WULFING trading as A. WULFING & Co., who claims to be the proprietor thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the United Kingdom, Canada, Applicant in Natal, Cape Colony, Transvaal, Australia, New Zealand and India, in his name in respect of Chemical Substances Prepared for use in Medicine and l'harmacy in Class 3.

    A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 8th day of December, 1910.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS,

Solicitor & Agent

on behalf of Applicant.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

"OTICE is hereby given that the BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hong- kong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufacturers, have, on the 20th day of October, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

The Trade Mark consists of a square panel on which is shown a Map of Korea in outline. In the upper part of the Map the name of the Brand is printed in Japanese characters, thus

, and on the left and right hand sides of the Map the name of the Brand is shown in Korean charac- ters, translated Chosen". On the

left of the panel is the Company's name printed in Japanese characters, thus

英國卷煙草株式 會祉製

in the name of the BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hongkong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings. Hongkong, and No. 22 Museura Road, Shanghai. China, Tobacco Manufac- turers, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods : ·

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated the 20th day of October, 1910.

BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED,

PERCY H. MILLARD,

Secretary,

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

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Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that BREDELL COMPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST of San Francisco, in the State of California, in the United States of America, Manufacturers of Submarine Specialties and

Ship Paints, have on the 7th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Mark :-

The representation of a Cruiser or Battle- ship in the top left hand corner and the representation of two yachts under full sail in the top right hand corner and between which (inter alia) is printed the word "Bredell's". Underneath appears the name of the Company BREDELL COMPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST and the words "Diver Brand" and on either side of the latter words is the representation of a Diver, in the name of the BRedell ComPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants for the past two years in respect of the following goods :-

Paints, in Class 1.

A facsimile of the said Trade Mark can be

seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 16th day of December, 1910.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street,

THE

Hongkong.

"HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE".

SUBSCRIPTION:

Per annum (payable in advance), Half year, Three months,

..$18.00

(do.), (do.),

10.00

6.00

for 1st insertion.

Terms of Advertising:

For 5 lines and under, ...$1.00 Each additional line, ......$0.20 Repetitions, ......Half price.

Advertisements should be sent in not later than 3 P.M. on Thursdays.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 15.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Direase.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

20th January, 1911.

F. H. MAY,

Colonial Secretary.

GENERAL POST OFFICE.

No. S. 16.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office until Noon of Wednesday, the 1st February, 1911, for the repair of the Post Office Launch Despatch.

Specifications can be obtained at the Government Marine Surveyor's Office.

Repairs to be executed to the satisfaction of the Government Marine Surveyor.

Contractor to supply a suitable launch during the repairs and to be responsible for the safety of the Post Office Launch during the time it is in his charge.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

20th January, 1911.

C. Mcl. MESser,

Postmaster General.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 17.-In view of the approaching Chinese New Year, it is hereby notified that in accordance with Ordinance No. 3 of 1888, permission is given for Crackers to be fired as follows:

Within that portion of the City of Victoria bounded by the following limits :-

1. South.-Bonham Road.

2. North.-The Praya.

3. West.-Western Street.

4. East.-Sai Street and Morrison Street.

On Sunday, the 29th January, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.; on Monday, the 30th

January, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

On Sunday, the 5th February, from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m.

Within that portion of the City of Victoria not comprised in the above limits, and also within that portion of the Kowloon Peninsula which lies to the South of a line running from the junction of Fifth Street and Temple Street, Yau-ma- ti, to the Northern boundary of Kowloon Marine Lot No. 40:-

From 4 p.m. on Sunday, the 29th January, till 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the 31st

January, and on Sunday, the 5th February, from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Cracker-firing is to be strictly confined to the times named above, both within and without the prescribed area; and both sides of all Streets, or parts of Streets named as the boundaries above are to be considered as within the prescribed area.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 15.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Direase.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

20th January, 1911.

F. H. MAY,

Colonial Secretary.

GENERAL POST OFFICE.

No. S. 16.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office until Noon of Wednesday, the 1st February, 1911, for the repair of the Post Office Launch Despatch.

Specifications can be obtained at the Government Marine Surveyor's Office.

Repairs to be executed to the satisfaction of the Government Marine Surveyor.

Contractor to supply a suitable launch during the repairs and to be responsible for the safety of the Post Office Launch during the time it is in his charge.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

20th January, 1911.

C. Mcl. MESser,

Postmaster General.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 17.-In view of the approaching Chinese New Year, it is hereby notified that in accordance with Ordinance No. 3 of 1888, permission is given for Crackers to be fired as follows:

Within that portion of the City of Victoria bounded by the following limits :-

1. South.-Bonham Road.

2. North.-The Praya.

3. West.-Western Street.

4. East.-Sai Street and Morrison Street.

On Sunday, the 29th January, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.; on Monday, the 30th

January, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

On Sunday, the 5th February, from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m.

Within that portion of the City of Victoria not comprised in the above limits, and also within that portion of the Kowloon Peninsula which lies to the South of a line running from the junction of Fifth Street and Temple Street, Yau-ma- ti, to the Northern boundary of Kowloon Marine Lot No. 40:-

From 4 p.m. on Sunday, the 29th January, till 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the 31st

January, and on Sunday, the 5th February, from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Cracker-firing is to be strictly confined to the times named above, both within and without the prescribed area; and both sides of all Streets, or parts of Streets named as the boundaries above are to be considered as within the prescribed area.

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  No burning Cracker or other fire is to be thrown above the head or near any person or inflammable material, and all reasonable precaution must be taken against accident, as every one is liable for damage arising from his carelessness.

  The firing of crackers is not to be carried on in the vicinity of places of Christian Worship during Divine Service on Sunday, the 29th January.

  The Police will have strict orders to summon or arrest persons firing Crackers in contravention of the foregoing restrictions.

The Firing of Bombs is Strictly Prohibited.

  No. S. 18.-It is hereby notified that on the 14th, 15th and 16th February, 1911, being the days fixed for the Races at Wong-nai-ch'ung, the following Regulations, under Ordinance No. 2 of 1869, will be in force :-

    I.-All Horses and Vehicles going Eastward along Queen's Road are to keep on the RIGHT HAND, or Southern side of the road as far as Arsenal Street, they will then continue along Queen's Road East and Morrison Hill Gap, following the usual rule of the

road.

II.-All Horses and Vehicles returning Westward will proceed by Morrison Hill Gap and Queen's Road East, following the usual rule of the road, as far as Arsenal Street, they will then continue on the LEFT HAND, or Southern side of Queen's Road East.

III-Every person who shall ride or drive in a furious manner, or so as to endanger the life or limb of any person, to the common danger of the passengers in any public road or thoroughfare is liable to a penalty.

IV.-Bearers of chairs are to proceed Eastward on the LEFT HAND, or Northern side of Queen's Road and will turn down to the Eastern Praya by Arsenal Street, and continue along the Praya or Wantsai Road East of No. 2 Station and the road West of Bowrington Canal.

    V.-Bearers of Chairs returning Westward will return by the above route, keeping to the RIGHT HAND, or Northern side of Queen's Road between Arsenal Street and the Clock Tower.

VI.-Persons carrying burdens are to walk only in that portion of the roadway allowed for chairs, as prescribed in the previous section.

All other foot passengers between the Clock Tower and Praya East are to walk only on the footpaths, and not on the roadway except for the purpose of crossing.

VII.--No Chairs or Vehicles will be allowed to remain on the road between the boundaries of the Cemetries and the Stands; neither is any Vehicle to go at more than a slow pace at the same place.

VIII. Chairs and Vehicles to be arranged in the neighbourhood of the Race Course as directed by the Police Constables on duty.

IX.-Owners of Dogs are recommended not to allow their Dogs to go near the Race Course, as any Dog found straying without a Collar with the name and address thereon of its Owner, is liable to be destroyed (Ord. 1 of 1845, para. 17).

    X.-Persons using Chairs are recommended to go and return by way of the Kennedy Road so as to avoid overcrowding the Queen's Road and Praya. No Horse or Vehicle will be allowed on the Kennedy Road.

20th January, 1911.

F. J. BADELEY, Captain Superintendent of Police.

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  No burning Cracker or other fire is to be thrown above the head or near any person or inflammable material, and all reasonable precaution must be taken against accident, as every one is liable for damage arising from his carelessness.

  The firing of crackers is not to be carried on in the vicinity of places of Christian Worship during Divine Service on Sunday, the 29th January.

  The Police will have strict orders to summon or arrest persons firing Crackers in contravention of the foregoing restrictions.

The Firing of Bombs is Strictly Prohibited.

  No. S. 18.-It is hereby notified that on the 14th, 15th and 16th February, 1911, being the days fixed for the Races at Wong-nai-ch'ung, the following Regulations, under Ordinance No. 2 of 1869, will be in force :-

    I.-All Horses and Vehicles going Eastward along Queen's Road are to keep on the RIGHT HAND, or Southern side of the road as far as Arsenal Street, they will then continue along Queen's Road East and Morrison Hill Gap, following the usual rule of the

road.

II.-All Horses and Vehicles returning Westward will proceed by Morrison Hill Gap and Queen's Road East, following the usual rule of the road, as far as Arsenal Street, they will then continue on the LEFT HAND, or Southern side of Queen's Road East.

III-Every person who shall ride or drive in a furious manner, or so as to endanger the life or limb of any person, to the common danger of the passengers in any public road or thoroughfare is liable to a penalty.

IV.-Bearers of chairs are to proceed Eastward on the LEFT HAND, or Northern side of Queen's Road and will turn down to the Eastern Praya by Arsenal Street, and continue along the Praya or Wantsai Road East of No. 2 Station and the road West of Bowrington Canal.

    V.-Bearers of Chairs returning Westward will return by the above route, keeping to the RIGHT HAND, or Northern side of Queen's Road between Arsenal Street and the Clock Tower.

VI.-Persons carrying burdens are to walk only in that portion of the roadway allowed for chairs, as prescribed in the previous section.

All other foot passengers between the Clock Tower and Praya East are to walk only on the footpaths, and not on the roadway except for the purpose of crossing.

VII.--No Chairs or Vehicles will be allowed to remain on the road between the boundaries of the Cemetries and the Stands; neither is any Vehicle to go at more than a slow pace at the same place.

VIII. Chairs and Vehicles to be arranged in the neighbourhood of the Race Course as directed by the Police Constables on duty.

IX.-Owners of Dogs are recommended not to allow their Dogs to go near the Race Course, as any Dog found straying without a Collar with the name and address thereon of its Owner, is liable to be destroyed (Ord. 1 of 1845, para. 17).

    X.-Persons using Chairs are recommended to go and return by way of the Kennedy Road so as to avoid overcrowding the Queen's Road and Praya. No Horse or Vehicle will be allowed on the Kennedy Road.

20th January, 1911.

F. J. BADELEY, Captain Superintendent of Police.

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 19. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of February, 1911, at 3

p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

Contents

of Sale.

Registry No.

Annual

Locality.

in

Upset

Sq. feet.

Rent. Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

$

$

1

Inland Lot No. 1874.

Above Victoria Battery, Hatton Road.

(As per plan.)

60,000 (about)

344 7,200

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

20th January, 1911.

No. S. 20.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 346.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

NORTH CHANNEL APPROACH TO THE YANGTZE.

Experimental Submarine Bell Buoy off Shaweishan Discontinued.

REFERRING to Special Notice to Mariners No. 343, notice is hereby given that the experimental Submarine Bell Buoy off Shaweishan has been discontinued.

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

SHANGHAI, 12th January, 1911.

FOOCHOW DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 113.

CHANGE IN POSITION OF RED BUOY AT HARBOUR ENTRANCE.

NOTICE is hereby given that, owing to the further extension to the North-eastward of the sand bank at the entrance to the harbour, the Red Buoy has now been placed on the South-eastern side of its North-eastern extremity, in 12 feet at low water spring tides. Its present position is 11⁄2 cables North-west of the North-western extremity of Spiteful Island.

Vessels should still pass between the Black and Red Buoys, but nearer the Black.

C. H. PALMER,

N.B.--Further changes may be required.

Approved :

P. VON TANNER,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, FOOCHOW, 13th January, 1911.

Harbour Master.

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 19. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of February, 1911, at 3

p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

Contents

of Sale.

Registry No.

Annual

Locality.

in

Upset

Sq. feet.

Rent. Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

$

$

1

Inland Lot No. 1874.

Above Victoria Battery, Hatton Road.

(As per plan.)

60,000 (about)

344 7,200

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

20th January, 1911.

No. S. 20.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 346.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

NORTH CHANNEL APPROACH TO THE YANGTZE.

Experimental Submarine Bell Buoy off Shaweishan Discontinued.

REFERRING to Special Notice to Mariners No. 343, notice is hereby given that the experimental Submarine Bell Buoy off Shaweishan has been discontinued.

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

SHANGHAI, 12th January, 1911.

FOOCHOW DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 113.

CHANGE IN POSITION OF RED BUOY AT HARBOUR ENTRANCE.

NOTICE is hereby given that, owing to the further extension to the North-eastward of the sand bank at the entrance to the harbour, the Red Buoy has now been placed on the South-eastern side of its North-eastern extremity, in 12 feet at low water spring tides. Its present position is 11⁄2 cables North-west of the North-western extremity of Spiteful Island.

Vessels should still pass between the Black and Red Buoys, but nearer the Black.

C. H. PALMER,

N.B.--Further changes may be required.

Approved :

P. VON TANNER,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, FOOCHOW, 13th January, 1911.

Harbour Master.

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HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

    NOTICE is hereby given that on, and after February 1st, 1911, a vessel entering the port of Canton, flying a distinguishing number, will have her number repeated at the yard arm of the Customs Signal Tower.

    The number should be flown at the fore truck, the code used being that recently adopted as a uniform numeral code for the Coast Ports of China.

    The special local signals, such as call flags for "doctor", "ash-boat", &c. have been changed. On, and after, February 1st they will be as follows:-

Ash-boat wanted

Berthing Officer wanted

Customs Officer wanted....

Y of the Inter. Code.

.N

"}

""

L

19

"1

Doctor wanted

G

Explosive on board as cargo

B

Fire or leak, want assistance... Quarantine

..N.H.

""

""

...Q

""

""

Vessels clearing.

P

""

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

HARBOUR MASTER'S OFFICE,

Approved :

CANTON, 16th January, 1911.

J. F. OIESEN,

Commissioner of Customs.

ARNOLD HOTSON,

Acting Harbour Master,

CANTON DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS No. 91.

GROIN BELOW BLAKE POINT LIGHT.

     NOTICE is hereby given that parties unknown have thrown a groin out into the river at a right angle to the bank about one hundred yards below Blake Point Light. The groin is three hundred feet long and sixteen feet wide. It is substantially built of piles and stone. Vessels are cautioned to avoid it.

Steps are being taken to have this obstruction removed.

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

HARBOUR MASTER'S OFFICE,

CANTON, 16th January, 1911.

Approved :

J. F. OIESEN,

Commissioner of Customs.

ARNOLD HOTSON,

Acting Harbour Master.

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List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Telegraph Companies' Offices at Hongkong.

Asustaiius.

Barthaiseng.

Chongonvo. Changhin.

Daniels.

Guansenhuat.

Hinkee.

Indiestor.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Kummert.

Leung Si Doe. 71 Wing Lock Street.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mingking.

Mis. Murray passenger "Taiywan" Butterfield.

Onheng.

Paterson.

Professor Schultze Nordilovd.

Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road. Shewan.

Sunhanyee.

Takedattouzi Japan Hotel Tourouja. Tongyue.

FL.Waldron.

Miss Will German Tavern,

Ely Wilmington.

Wingcheong.

Yeenow.

Yovoheng.

Yungtailoong.

Yuenky.

1459.

5040. 1123.

4141. 3057.

Hongkong Station 20th January, 1911

E. V. JESSEN,

Superintendent.

Great Northern Telegraph Co,

W. SWAN,

Superintendent,

Hastern Extension, etc., Telegraph Co

S憲示第一 十二 號

曉驗事照得現奉

布政使司梅

仰衆週知爲此特示 遷葬供爲公衆起見欲在其處起建 H 本廟堂及火葬所各一間合行示 貯有欲觀之者可於辦公時任便到該道 閱看等因素此查此次不論 執遷葬其地段經有圖則劃明填以紅色者是也該地圖己交撫華道存 於掃桿埔山谷在內地段第一千零二十一號之東北一帶之處看即檢 督憲札園擬於西本年七月廿一日出示驗知居民如有親屬屍棺葬

一千九百一十一年

正月

S憲 示

十七號

巡警道畢

之時間盡近禮拜堂之居民者不准燃烧炮竹須加意機防以免不測 身或近惹火之物於英正,九日華人除夕適逢禮拜,是日凡聖 之屋皆法界之内至所放炮竹或火能切勿擲過人頭之上或近在人 依所 時限燃燒炮竹毌得有違所間爲界街道或街道之一份兩傍 則例酌定燃燒炮竹章程開列於下凡在玉列界内外之居民須 出示曉諭事玆因華人元旦在朗特將案照 千八百八十八年第三條

條爲

二十日示

28

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Telegraph Companies' Offices at Hongkong.

Asustaiius.

Barthaiseng.

Chongonvo. Changhin.

Daniels.

Guansenhuat.

Hinkee.

Indiestor.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Kummert.

Leung Si Doe. 71 Wing Lock Street.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mingking.

Mis. Murray passenger "Taiywan" Butterfield.

Onheng.

Paterson.

Professor Schultze Nordilovd.

Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road. Shewan.

Sunhanyee.

Takedaftozi Japan Hotel Tourouja. Tongyue.

FL.Waldron.

Miss Will German Tavern,

Ely Wilmington.

Wingcheong.

Yeenow.

Yovoheng.

Yungtailoong.

Yuenky.

1459.

5040. 1123.

4141. 3057.

Hongkong Station 20th January, 1911

E. V. JESSEN,

Superintendent.

Great Northern Telegraph Co,

W. SWAN,

Superintendent,

Hastern Extension, etc., Telegraph Co

S憲示第一 十二 號

曉驗事照得現奉

布政使司梅

仰衆週知爲此特示 遷葬供爲公衆起見欲在其處起建 H 本廟堂及火葬所各一間合行示 貯有欲觀之者可於辦公時任便到該道 閱看等因素此查此次不論 執遷葬其地段經有圖則劃明填以紅色者是也該地圖己交撫華道存 於掃桿埔山谷在內地段第一千零二十一號之東北一帶之處看即檢 督憲札園擬於西本年七月廿一日出示驗知居民如有親屬屍棺葬

一千九百一十一年

正月

S憲 示

十七號

巡警道畢

之時間盡近禮拜堂之居民者不准燃烧炮竹須加意機防以免不測 身或近惹火之物於英正,九日華人除夕適逢禮拜,是日凡聖 之屋皆法界之内至所放炮竹或火能切勿擲過人頭之上或近在人 依所 時限燃燒炮竹毌得有違所間爲界街道或街道之一份兩傍 則例酌定燃燒炮竹章程開列於下凡在玉列界内外之居民須 出示曉諭事玆因華人元旦在朗特將案照 千八百八十八年第三條

條爲

二十日示

1

計開

S

倘因不慎致罹其害則爲該人是問除串炮外並不得燃燒竹炮業己通 飭差役人等如見有不遵時限違犯章程或票傅或拘案行究决不 姑寬其各凜遵毌違特

域多利亞城凡在下列四圍界址包括之內者於英正 卄九日禮 卽華人除夕准由下午五點鐘起至下午六點鐘止英正月三十日禮拜 一卽華人元旦准由上午八點鐘燒至上午九點鐘下午五點鐘燒至下 午六點鐘又英二月初五日禮拜日卽華人人日准由上午六點鐘燒 上午八點鐘止其餘時候一概不准燃放

兹將四圍界址開列於左

一南以文咸道爲界 二北以海傍爲界 三西以新西街爲界 四 以西街及馬裡信街爲界

域多利亞城除以上四圍界包括之街道外并在對海則由油蔴地廟 街及第五街交界之處起直至九龍第四十號地段之北界止以南一 帶各處准由英正月十九日禮拜日卽華人十二月十九日下午四點鐘 起跟燒至英正月三十一禮拜二日卽華人正月初二日下午四點鐘止 又英二月初五日禮拜日串華人正月初七日由朝早六壯鍾起至上 九點鐘止

一千九百一十一年

正月

止鐘

巡警道畢

+

曉諭事照得西歴二月十四十五及十六日華辛亥年正月十六十七 及十八等日乃黃泥涌賽馬日期兹將按照一千八百六十九年第二條 則例所定各車輛馬匹行走各條款開列於後爾諸色人等一體恪遵毋 違特示

計開車輛馬匹行走各條款

一各等馬匹馬車及手車糊車各等車在皇后大道向東行走卽往跑馬 傷者須從右手邊卽路南海而行旣到軍器廠街即須直向大道東及 堀斷龍行走仍須各遵照道路行走常例回避

二各等馬匹馬車及手車脚車等車返回西,者卽由跑馬場而同者 須由堀斷龍皇后大道東行走各遵照道路行走常例回旣到軍器 廠往卽須從皇后大道東 手邊即兴南榮行走

三個有在通衢路騎馬或駕車行駛過無勢力可致傷人肢體或傷及 性命或有碍行人者則 例懲辦 則養例

四各轎往東 去卽跑塲者須由皇后大道左手邊即北邊而行 軍器廠街一路南向海旁則而去或由第二號差館以東之灣仔

及鵝頸西湯之道而去

百各轎返回西湯考亦須照來時道路而行轉上軍器廠街由皇后大 道至大 海櫻須從右手邊卽路和邊而行

二十日示

六凡有挑什物之人務要在於上欸所開只供轎過之路而行至於步 行之人由大鐘樓至海旁只許在小路而行若非橫過路上不得在

1

計開

S

倘因不慎致罹其害則爲該人是問除串炮外並不得燃燒竹炮業己通 飭差役人等如見有不遵時限違犯章程或票傅或拘案行究决不 姑寬其各凜遵毌違特

域多利亞城凡在下列四圍界址包括之內者於英正 卄九日禮 卽華人除夕准由下午五點鐘起至下午六點鐘止英正月三十日禮拜 一卽華人元旦准由上午八點鐘燒至上午九點鐘下午五點鐘燒至下 午六點鐘又英二月初五日禮拜日卽華人人日准由上午六點鐘燒 上午八點鐘止其餘時候一概不准燃放

兹將四圍界址開列於左

一南以文咸道爲界 二北以海傍爲界 三西以新西街爲界 四 以西街及馬裡信街爲界

域多利亞城除以上四圍界包括之街道外并在對海則由油蔴地廟 街及第五街交界之處起直至九龍第四十號地段之北界止以南一 帶各處准由英正月十九日禮拜日卽華人十二月十九日下午四點鐘 起跟燒至英正月三十一禮拜二日卽華人正月初二日下午四點鐘止 又英二月初五日禮拜日串華人正月初七日由朝早六壯鍾起至上 九點鐘止

一千九百一十一年

正月

止鐘

巡警道畢

+

曉諭事照得西歴二月十四十五及十六日華辛亥年正月十六十七 及十八等日乃黃泥涌賽馬日期兹將按照一千八百六十九年第二條 則例所定各車輛馬匹行走各條款開列於後爾諸色人等一體恪遵毋 違特示

計開車輛馬匹行走各條款

一各等馬匹馬車及手車糊車各等車在皇后大道向東行走卽往跑馬 傷者須從右手邊卽路南海而行旣到軍器廠街即須直向大道東及 堀斷龍行走仍須各遵照道路行走常例回避

二各等馬匹馬車及手車脚車等車返回西,者卽由跑馬場而同者 須由堀斷龍皇后大道東行走各遵照道路行走常例回旣到軍器 廠往卽須從皇后大道東 手邊即兴南榮行走

三個有在通衢路騎馬或駕車行駛過無勢力可致傷人肢體或傷及 性命或有碍行人者則 例懲辦 則養例

四各轎往東 去卽跑塲者須由皇后大道左手邊即北邊而行 軍器廠街一路南向海旁則而去或由第二號差館以東之灣仔

及鵝頸西湯之道而去

百各轎返回西湯考亦須照來時道路而行轉上軍器廠街由皇后大 道至大 海櫻須從右手邊卽路和邊而行

二十日示

六凡有挑什物之人務要在於上欸所開只供轎過之路而行至於步 行之人由大鐘樓至海旁只許在小路而行若非橫過路上不得在

390

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S憲 示

工程司司便漆

曉論事照得現

路心來往

七間於黃泥涌各墳場與各馬棚中間處之路不許停放車輛在該處來 往各式車只准緩步而行

八各式車輛在跑 塲附近地方必須遵依值日巡所指點之處停放 九音犬之家不可任犬走近跑馬塲倘見有流蕩之犬頸上無編列主人 姓名住址之箍卽照一千八百四十五年第一條則倒第十七款將該 犬擊斃

十凡乘轎來往者宜由堅尼地道而行以免皇后大道及海旁一帶壅 至各項車馬不許在堅尼地道行走

一千九百一十一年

二十日示

1

督憲札開定於西歴本年二月初六日即禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 司端即投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示等因 奉此合亟出示此爺爲此特示

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地係册錄内地第一千八百七十四號坐落赫頓道域多利炮 台之上該地四至照地圖所載共計約六萬方尺每年地稅銀三百四十

四圓投價以七千二百圓爲些

.一千九百一十一年

二十日示

;

390

-

S憲 示

工程司司便漆

曉論事照得現

路心來往

七間於黃泥涌各墳場與各馬棚中間處之路不許停放車輛在該處來 往各式車只准緩步而行

八各式車輛在跑 塲附近地方必須遵依值日巡所指點之處停放 九音犬之家不可任犬走近跑馬塲倘見有流蕩之犬頸上無編列主人 姓名住址之箍卽照一千八百四十五年第一條則倒第十七款將該 犬擊斃

十凡乘轎來往者宜由堅尼地道而行以免皇后大道及海旁一帶壅 至各項車馬不許在堅尼地道行走

一千九百一十一年

二十日示

1

督憲札開定於西歴本年二月初六日即禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 司端即投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示等因 奉此合亟出示此爺爲此特示

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地係册錄内地第一千八百七十四號坐落赫頓道域多利炮 台之上該地四至照地圖所載共計約六萬方尺每年地稅銀三百四十

四圓投價以七千二百圓爲些

.一千九百一十一年

二十日示

;

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN PANKRUPTCY,

Notice of Adjudication and Appointment

T

of Trustee.

No. 22 of 1910.

Re THE HANG SHING Firm lately trading at No. 128 Wing Lok Street West, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, Rice Mer- chants.

HE above named HANG SHING Firm

31

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION,

Between :-

Action No. 200 of 1910.

The CHINA EXPORT IMPORT

& BANK COMPAGNIE, ... Plaintiffs,

and

The MAN YUEN TAI Firm & TSE LOK HING,

The Registrar of the Supreme

Court,..

Defendants.

Garnishee.

were adjudicated Bankrupt on the NOTICE is hereby given that a Writ of

  17th day of January, 1911, and the Official Receiver, Mr. GEORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN, was appointed Trustee of the Estate of the Bankrupt.

Notice of Receiving Orders and First General Meetings of Creditors.

No. 34 of 1910.

Re The NAM SING Firm lately carrying on business at No. 47 Queen's Road Central, Victoria aforesaid, Tailors and Outfitters.

   Receiving Order dated the 17th day of January, 1911.

Petition dated the 23rd day of December,

1910.

W

EDNESDAY, the 25th day of January, 1911, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter, to be held at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid.

No. 35 of 1910.

Re The CHING KAT CHING KEE lately trading at No. 292 Des Voeux Road West, Victoriafore- said.

Receiving Order dated the 17th day of January, 1911.

Petition dated the 24th day of December,

1910.

EDNESDAY, the 25th day of January,

W1 1911, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon

precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter, to be held at the Oficial Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid.

No Creditor can vote unless he previously proves his debt.

    Forms of Proof and Proxy can be obtained at the Official Receiver's Office during office hours.

    At the First General Meetings the Creditors will be asked to consider whether the Debtors shall be adjudged Bankrupt.

Dated this 20th day of January, 1911.

N

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receiver.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG.

PROBATE JURISDICTION.

In the Goods of HORMUSJEE NUSSER- WANJEE COOPER, deceased.

OTICE is hereby given that the Court has by virtue of Section 58 of Ordin- ance No. 2 of 1897 made an Order limiting the time for Creditors and others to send in their claims against the above estate to the 10th February, 1911.

    All creditors and others are accordingly hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned on or before that date.

Dated the 18th day of January, 1911.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Executors.

Foreign Attachment against all the property, movable and immovable, of the Defendants The MAN YUEN TAI Firm and of the Defendant TSE LOK HING, within the Colony was issued on the 19th day of January, 1911, and was made returnable on the 3rd day of February, 1911.

Dated this 20th day of January, 1911.

DENNYS & BOWLEY. Solicitors for the Plaintiffs. No. 2 Connaught Road Central,

Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOT

OTICE is hereby given that W. R. Lox- LEY & Co, of Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, have, on the 15th day of Decem- ber, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :--

1. The representation of a Chinese Boy sitting on the bank of a river and holding in front of him a branch of a tree on which is perched a bird.

2. The representation of a Five pointed

Star.

3. The representation of a "Cockatoo "

on a perch.

4. The representation of an open Fan on the face of which is a bunch of Flowers. Underneath the Fan are two Diagons.

5. The representation of a thinese Fairy walking on clouds and holding in his right hand a shoe and in his left a dry rice stalk.

Trade Mark No. 1 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :--

Cotton Piece Goods of all kinds in Class 24. Trade Mark No. 2 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

1. Goods manufactured from ivory, bone or wood, not included in other classes.

2. Goods manufactured from straw or

grass, not included in other classes,

3. Goods manufactured from animal and vegetable substances, not included in other classes.

4. Tobacco pipes.

5. Umbrellas, Walking Sticks, Brushes

and Combs.

6. Furniture cream, Plate powder.

7. Tarpaulins. Tents, Rickcloths, Rope,

Twine.

8. Packing and hose of all kinds.

9. Goods not included in the foregoing

classes, in Class 30.

Trade Mark No. 3 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Substances used as food, or as ingredients

in food, in Class 42. Trade Marks Nos. 4 & 5 are intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Articles of Clothing, in Class 38. Facsimiles of such Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong, and also at the Office of the un- dersigned.

Dated the 18th day of December, 1910.

W. R. LOXLEY & CO., York Buildings,

Hongkong.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Pgistration of

Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that WONG KAM FUK of No. 24 Haiphong Road Kow- loon in the Colony of Hongkong trading as the Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory Hosiery Manufacturer has on the 17th day of December, 1910 applied for the registration in Hongkong in the leaves of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks:-

1. The representation of a Chinese fisher- man fishing in a boat half of which is hidden by some osiers with the characters) meaning

Fishing Mark" at the top of the pic-

ture, the characters (冊商標)

meaning "Registered Tiale Mark

the bottom.

the characters

at

(香港金興織造局)

meaning Hongkong Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory" on the right hand side and the characters

(揀選上等靚線)

meaning "Selected superior quality nice socks on the left hand side,

2. The representation of a City Wall with a gate way bearing the Chinese characters (E) meaning "To restore "

and with a gate house over which is boisted a flag bearing the inscription) meaning "Benefit and Power". At the top of the picture are the characters

(meaning "City

Wall Mark

at the bottom meaning "Regis. tered Trade Mark ", on the right hand

side (香港金興織造局)

meaning "Hongkong Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory" and

on the left hand side (L B) meaning "Selected

superior quality nice socks".

3. The representation of three Chinese boys the first one carrying a flag bear-

ing the inscription(振獎工藝)

meaning "To promote industry", the second one blowing a trumpet and the third one beating a drum with the characters

(三童嗶)

at

mening The Three Boys Mark the top of the picture, the characters

(meaning "Regis-

tered Trade Mark" at the bottom,

the characters (香港金典

meaning "Hongkong

Kum Bing Knitting and Weaving Factory on the right hand side and

the characters (揀選上等 靚線襪)

meaning "Selected

superior quality nice socks" on the left hand side,

in the name of WONG KAM FUK aforesaid who claims to be the sole proprietor thereof.

The Trade Marks are intended to be used by the Applicant in respect of the following goods in the following Class :---

Hosiery, in Class 38.

Facsimiles of such Trade Marks can be seen. at the Offices of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and of the undersigned.

Dated the 20th day of January, 1911.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Applicant.

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In the Mutter of the Patents Ordin- ut in the Matter of the Patents Amendment Ordin- ance 1909

and

In the Mutter at an application made by JOHN KING BULGER of A10, San Francisco, Battery Street. Stat: of California, United States of America. Marine Engineer, for a grant of Letters Patent in respect of an invention for "Lock Joint Couplings".

OTICE is hereby given that the Petition Declaration and office copies of the Letters Patent and complete Specification required by the above mentioned Ordinances have been duly filed in the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and that it is the intention of the above named JOHN KING BULGER by Messrs. DENNYS & BOWLEY his Solicitors to apply to His Ex- cellency the Governor for Letters Patent for the exclusive use within the Colony of Hong- kong of the said invention,

Dated the 20th day of January, 1911.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicant.

THE HONGKONG LAND RECLAMATION COMPANY, LIMITED.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Tenth

Ordinary Meeting of Shareholders in this Company will be held at the Company's Offices, Victoria Buildings, on Saturday, 4th February, 1911, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Direct- ors together with a Statement of Accounts for the year ending 31st December, 1910.

The Register of Shares of the Company will be closed from Thursday, 26th January, to Saturday, 4th February, 1911, (both days in. clusive), during which period no transfer of Shares can be registered.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

MOWBRAY S. NORTHCOTE,

Secretary.

Hongkong, 17th January, 1911.

THE HONGKONG TELEGRAPH CO., LTD.

OTICE is hereby given that the subjoined Special Resolutions were duly passed

at an Extraordinary General Meeting on the

31st December, 1910, and confirmed on the 16th January, 1911 :-

(1.) That the Company be wound-up

voluntarily.

(2.) That the Managing Director Mr. CHEUNG POI KAI be appointed Liquidator for the purpose of such winding up and that the Liquidator's remuneration for such winding-up be Five Hundred Dollars ($500). (3.) That the Liquidator be empowered to conduct and conclude any nego- tiations for the sale of the goodwill, stock-in-trade, type, machinery, fit- tings and furniture, etc., of the Com- pany at such price and upon such terms and conditions as he may deem most expedient in the interest of the Company and without consulting the Shareholders in the matter.

By Order,

R. HOPE,

Manager.

Hongkong, 16th January, 19.1.

THE WEST POINT BUILDING COMPANY, LTD.

OTICE is hereby given that the Twenty-

third Ordinary Meeting of Share- holders in this Company will be held at the Company's Offices. Vietoria Buildings, on Friday, the 27th January, 1911. at 11.45 o'clock a.m. for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors together with State- ment of Accounts for the year ending 31st December. 1970.

The Register of Shares of the Company will be closed from Tuesday, 17th January, to Fri- day, 27th January,1911, (both days inclusive), during which period no transfer of Shares can be registered.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

A. SHELTON HOOPER.

Secretary to the Hongkong Land Investment and Agency Co., Ltd., General Agents for

THE WEST POINT BUILDING CO., LTD. Hongkong, 12th January, 1911.

THE HONGKONG LAND INVESTMENT AND AGENCY COMPANY, LTD.

is

third Ordinary Meeting of Share- holders in this Company will be held at the Company's Offices, Victoria Buildings, on Friday, the 27th January, 1911, at 12 o'clock Noon, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors together with Statement of Accounts for the year ending 31st December, 1910.

The Register of Shares of the Company will be closed from Tuesday, 17th January, to Friday, 27th January, 1911, (both days in-

clusive), during which period no transfer of

Shares can be registered.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

A. SHELTON HOOPER, Secretary.

Hongkong, 12th January, 1911.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the TUNG FU TAI MATCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY of No. 60, Connaught Road West, Victoria in the Colony of Hougkong, have on the 2nd day of August. 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark : -

The representation of a Dragon Boat broadside on containing 14 figures. Nine of the figures are paddling, oue figure is standing up in the bow carrying a banner, one beats a drum another a gong and two are carrying sunshades. The banner bears the character reading "Sui" mean. ing "Marshall". A standard at

the stern bears the characters

銀濤映日金龍渡江

reading Agan to yenng yat kum lung tu kong" meaning "Silver waves sparkle in the sun the golden dragon passes the iver". At the top of the design are the characters

永耀公司 reading " Wing In

Kung ze meaning "Wing Iu Con- pany",

in the name of the TUNG FU TAI MATCH MANUFACTURING COMPANY, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants since the month of February, 1910, in respect of the following goods :

Matches, in Class 47.

Facsimiles of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 17th day of November, 1910. HASTINGS & HASTINGS,

Solicitors for the Applicants, 8, Des Voeux Road Central, Hongkong.

ווין

NOTICE.

Hi interest and responsibility of Mr. RICHARD MARTEN in our firm ceased by mutual consent on 30th April, 1910.

Mr. KURT DETMERS has been admitted a partner in our firm from this date.

Hongkong, 1st January, 1911,

T

RÄDECKER & Co.

NOTICE.

HE Interest and Responsibility of Mr. WILHELM HELMS in our Firm ceased

as from the 31st December, 1910.

Hongkong, 1st January, 1911.

ARNHOLD, KARBERG & Co.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

NOT

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that Messieurs REUTER BROCKELMANN & COMPANY of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Mer- chants, have on the 2nd day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Marks :-

(1.)

(2.)

(3.)

in the name of HEINRICH HEYN and ERNST RICHARD FUHRMANN who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof,

Trade Marks Nos. 1 and 2 are intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods :-

Cotton Yarn and Sewing Cotton, in Class

23.

and Trade Mark No. 3 is intended to be useil by the Applicants in respect of the following goods-

Oils for Heating, Lighting and I ubricat-

ing and Common Soap, in Class 47. Dated the 16th day of December, 1910.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON,

Solicitors for the Applicants.

1

1

رو

**

33

N

In the Matter of the Patents Ordin- REGULATIONS OF HONGKONG

ance 1892 and in the Matter of the Patents Amendment Ordin- ance, 1909,

and

In the Matter of an application made by FREDERICK COTTERELL of No. 3 Lonsdale Street Melbourne in the State of Victoria. Com- monwealth of Australia, glass Beveller, for a grant of Letters Patent in respect of an inven- tion for improvements in glass Bevelling machines ".

OTICE is hereby given that the Petition

Declaration and office copies of the Letters Patent and complete Specification required by the above mentioned Ordinances have been duly filed in the office of the Regis- trar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and that it is the intention of the above named FRED- ERICK COTTERELL by Messrs. DENNYS & BOWLEY his Solicitors to apply to His Excel- lency the Governor for Letters Patent for the exclusive use within the Colony of Hongkong of the said invention.

Dated the 19th day of December, 1910.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicant.

(INCLUDING BYE-LAWS, RULES,

ORDERS-IN-COUNCIL AND

PROCLAMATIONS)

made under the

of

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(1844 to 1909)

and

in force on 31st March, 1910,

ORDINANCES OF HONGKONG

for 1902 to 1908.

In one volume: Price, $7.50.

Copies of the above are on sale at the Office

NORONHA & Co., Government Printers. Hongkong, 1st September, 1909.

THE

(with some Orders-in-Council under Imperial "HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE".

of

Acts and the Rules of Appeal to the

Privy Council)

Compiled by

F. B. L. BoWLEY, Crown Solicitor.

In one volume :--Price $25. or 2 vols. interleaved :-Price $27.

Copies of the above are on sale at the Office

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Hongkong, 6th May, 1910.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEpartment.

No. S. 21.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

Ton of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

C. CLEMENTI, (in the absence of a) Colonial Secretary.

27th January, 1911.

MAGISTRACY.

  No. S. 22.-It is hereby notified that a meeting of the Licensing Board will be held in the Council Chamber at 2.15 p.m., on Wednesday, the 1st day of February, 1911, for the purpose of considering the following application under the Liquor Licences Ordinances, 1898-1909, viz. :-

From one JESSE REES LEE for a Publican's Licence. to sell by retail intoxi- cating liquors on the premises numbered 11 and 13 Nathan Road, Kowloon, under the sign of "The Station Hotel".

G. A. Woodcock, Secretary to the Licensing Board.

20th January, 1911.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 23.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Monday, the 6th day of February, 1911.

The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lot No. 1652A as an Agricultural Lot, and Lots Nos. 1622 to 1625 and 770 as Build- ings Lots, subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lot No. 1652A is further subject to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each of the Lots Nos. 1622, 1623, 1624 and 1625 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

36

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEpartment.

No. S. 21.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

Ton of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

C. CLEMENTI, (in the absence of a) Colonial Secretary.

27th January, 1911.

MAGISTRACY.

  No. S. 22.-It is hereby notified that a meeting of the Licensing Board will be held in the Council Chamber at 2.15 p.m., on Wednesday, the 1st day of February, 1911, for the purpose of considering the following application under the Liquor Licences Ordinances, 1898-1909, viz. :-

From one JESSE REES LEE for a Publican's Licence. to sell by retail intoxi- cating liquors on the premises numbered 11 and 13 Nathan Road, Kowloon, under the sign of "The Station Hotel".

G. A. Woodcock, Secretary to the Licensing Board.

20th January, 1911.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 23.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Monday, the 6th day of February, 1911.

The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lot No. 1652A as an Agricultural Lot, and Lots Nos. 1622 to 1625 and 770 as Build- ings Lots, subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lot No. 1652A is further subject to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each of the Lots Nos. 1622, 1623, 1624 and 1625 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

Contents in

Annual

Upset

Crown

Price.

Sq. ft.

Rent.

N.

8.

E.

W.

Survey District

feet.

feet. feet.

feet.

$

$

52. Lot No. 1622.

Sheung Shui.

16

16

9

9

144

2

i

0.50

N. E.

S. W.

N. W.

S. E.

feet.

feet.

feet.

feet.

Lot No. 1623.

Do.

23

23

12

12

276

3

1.00

N.

8.

E.

W.

feet.

feet.

feet.

feet.

Lot No. 1624.

Do.

7

7

18

18

126

2

0.50

Lot No. 1625.

Do.

18

18

11

11

198

0.50

N. E. S. W.

N. W.

9. E.

Survey District 132. Lot No. 1652A. Survey District

Leung Tin Tsün.

feet. 212

feet. feet. feet. 168 238 145

36,385

91

0.84

6. Lot No. 770.

Pau Chung.

53

53

32

32

1,696

34

4.00

SPECIAL CONDITION.

The Purchaser of Lot No. 770 shall pay a sum of $40 (dollars forty) into the Colonial Treasury within three days from date of sale for the building now standing on the Lot.

27th January, 1911.

No. S. 24.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

No. 1 of 1911.

  NOTICE is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Doyen of the Consular Body have declared the Ports of DAIREN (DALNY), PORT ARTHUR, and all other Manchurian Ports to be infected.

  All vessels arriving therefrom on and after this date are to abide by and be governed by the Sanitary Regulations for the Ports of Shanghai and Woosung.

Approved:

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 19th January, 1911.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

Contents in

Annual

Upset

Crown

Price.

Sq. ft.

Rent.

N.

8.

E.

W.

Survey District

feet.

feet. feet.

feet.

$

$

52. Lot No. 1622.

Sheung Shui.

16

16

9

9

144

2

i

0.50

N. E.

S. W.

N. W.

S. E.

feet.

feet.

feet.

feet.

Lot No. 1623.

Do.

23

23

12

12

276

3

1.00

N.

8.

E.

W.

feet.

feet.

feet.

feet.

Lot No. 1624.

Do.

7

7

18

18

126

2

0.50

Lot No. 1625.

Do.

18

18

11

11

198

0.50

N. E. S. W.

N. W.

9. E.

Survey District 132. Lot No. 1652A. Survey District

Leung Tin Tsün.

feet. 212

feet. feet. feet. 168 238 145

36,385

91

0.84

6. Lot No. 770.

Pau Chung.

53

53

32

32

1,696

34

4.00

SPECIAL CONDITION.

The Purchaser of Lot No. 770 shall pay a sum of $40 (dollars forty) into the Colonial Treasury within three days from date of sale for the building now standing on the Lot.

27th January, 1911.

No. S. 24.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

No. 1 of 1911.

  NOTICE is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Doyen of the Consular Body have declared the Ports of DAIREN (DALNY), PORT ARTHUR, and all other Manchurian Ports to be infected.

  All vessels arriving therefrom on and after this date are to abide by and be governed by the Sanitary Regulations for the Ports of Shanghai and Woosung.

Approved:

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 19th January, 1911.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

38

APPROACHES TO BOMBAY.

FROM 15th January 1911 until further notice the duties of the Pilot Schooner at the entrance of Bombay Harbour will be carried out by a three masted vessel painted red at anchor in the usual position of the Pilot Schooner.

PORT OFFICE,

BOMBAY, 7th January, 1911,

E. J. BEAUMONT,

Commander, R.I.M.,

Port Officer, Bombay-

NOTICE.

  CERTAIN exercises will be carried out necessitating the continuous use of search light between 6 and 11 p.m. on three occasions between February 8th and 10th (probable dates). Vessels approaching Singapore are warned accordingly. Should the master of any vessel approaching be inconvenienced by the search lights being played on his vessel he should blow one long blast on his steam whistle when the light will be moved off his vessel.

B. A. CATOR, Lieut., R.N.,

Acting Master Attendant, S.S.

SINGAPORE, 14th January, 1911.

FOOCHOW DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 114.

NIUTA ROCKS BUOY REPLACED IN POSITION.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Niuta Rocks Buoy, fouled and dragged down River by a Chinese Junk on the 13th instant, has been replaced in its position Northwest of the Rocks.

N.B.-Changes in position of both Buoys may be required.

Approved:

P. VON TANNER,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, FOOCHOW, 21st January, 1911.

C. H. PALMER,

Harbour Master.

}

39

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 19. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of February, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents

Annual

in

Upset

E.

W.

Sq. feet.

Rent. Price.

*

1

Inland Lot

No. 1874.

Above Victoria Battery, Hatton Road.

(As per plan.)

60,000 (about)

344

7,200

20th January, 1911.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Asustarias.

Banthaiseng.

Chongonvo.

Daniels.

Hinkee.

Guansenhvat.

Indicator.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Jammes.

Koevoet.

Kongyeelong.

Kummiert.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Road West

Kwong Wooloong 72 Bonham Strand.

Leung Si Doe, 71 Wing Lock Street. Lylong Ferblantier.

Mandrake.

Mingking.

Onheng. Paterson.

Quandoon.

Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road. Shuncheong.

Tackcheong.

Takedattozi Japan Hotel Tourouja. Tunguamthai.

Tyeloong.

F. L. Waldron.

Miss Will, German Tavern.

Wingcheong.

Yingsonjoo.

Yeemow. Yovoheng. Yuenky. 1459.

Hongkong Station, 27th January, 1911.

W. SWAN,

Superintendent,

Eastern Extension, etc., Telegraph Co

s憲 示 田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現

11 + 12

督憲札開定於西歴本年二月初六日卽禮拜一日上午十鐘在大埔 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投買總 章程開投建造地五. 耕種地一以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八 百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四 年至期前三恤止投得第一千六自二十二號一千六自二十三號一千 六百二十四號及一千六百二十五. 號地段之人須照第五欸總章程用 銀經營其地估價至少一百圓投得一千六百五十二號A之人並須照 一千九百零九年第六百九十七號憲示内之額外章程第 一 二 三歎 辦理等因此合亟出示曉諭俾衆週知論此特示

第四號卌錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千六百二十五號坐落土 名上水北十八尺南十八尺東十一尺西十一尺共計一百九十八方尺 每年地稅鈤五毫投價以二圓爲底

第五號册錄丈量約份第六號地第七百七十唬坐落土名涶涌東北 五十三尺西南五十三尺東南三十二尺西三十二尺共計一千六百九 十六方尺每年稅四圓以三十四圓爲底

第六號册錄丈量約份第一百三十二號地段第一千六百五十二號A 坐落土名田村東北二百一十二尺西南-百六十八尺西北二百三 十八尺東南一百四十五尺共計三萬六千三百八十五方尺每年地稅 銀八四仙投價以九十一圓底

額外章程

茲將該地段形勢開列于左

梧得第七百七十號之人由投得之日起限三日內須備足補置該地段 所建造屋宇之價銀四十圓在於香港庫務司署呈繳 一千九百一十一年

II

二十七

第一號册錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千六百二十二號坐落土 名上水北十六尺南十六尺東九尺西九尺共計一百四十四方尺每年 地稅銀五毫投價以二圓爲底

S憲

1

第二號册錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千六百二十三號坐落土 名上水東北二十三尺西南二十三尺東十二尺西北十二尺共計二 百七十六方尺每地稅銀一圓點價以三圓爲底

第三號册錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千六百二十四號坐落土 名上水北七尺南七尺東十八尺西十八尺共計一百二十六方尺每年 地稅銀五毫投價以二圓爲底

照得現 現奉

札開定 歴本年二月初六日 印禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 宮地一如欲知投寶 詳細者可赴工程署請示等因

該號地形勢開列 此號地係册錄内地第一 台之上該地西至照地 圖所 四圓投價以七千二百圓爲 一千九 百一十一

共千左

計八

七十四號坐落赫頓道域多利炮 約六萬方尺每年地稅銀三百四十

二十日示

奉司督曉工憲

此署憲諭程

西奉

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Adjudication and Appointment of Trustee.

No. 34 of 1910.

Re The NAM SING Firm lately carrying on business at No. 47 Queen's Road Central, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, Tailors and Outfitters.

above named NAM SING Firm

Twere adjudicated Bankrupt on the

25th day of January, 1911, and the Official Receiver, Mr. GEORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN, was appointed Trustee of the Estate of the Bankrupt.

No. 35 of 1910.

Be The CHING KAT CHING KEE Firm lately trading at No. 292 Des Voeux Road West, Victoria aforesaid.

HE above named CHING KAT CHING

T KEE Firm were adjudicated Bankrupt

on the 25th day of January, 1911, and the Official Receiver, Mr. EORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN, was appointed Trustee of the Estate of the Bankrupt.

Dated this 27th day of January, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receirer & Trustee.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

PROBATE JURISDICTION.

In the Goods of ARTHUR HENRY

CHALKLEY, deceased.

OTICE is hereby given that the Court has by virtue of Section 58 of Ordin- ance No. 2 of 1897 made an Order limiting the time for Creditors and others to send in their claims against the above estate to the 23rd February, 1911.

  All creditors and others are accordingly hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned on or before that date.

Dated the 25th day of January, 1911.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Executors.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG.

Re

IN BANKRUPTCY,

Notice of Dividend.

No. 37 of 1907.

The KI CHEONG FIRM.

Exparte The Yu FUNG Bank.

A final Dividend of $2.82 per cent has been declared in the above matter.

NOT

OTICE is hereby given that the above mentioned Dividend may be received at the Trustees' Office, Messrs. BORNEMANN & COMPANY, Compradore's Department, No. 16 Des Voeux Road Central Victoria on Wed- nesday the 1st day of February 1911 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. or on any subsequent day during office hours.

Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any bills of exchange promissory notes

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the CHAN TUNG HING Firm, of Kwo Lan Street, Macao. have on the 13th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hong- kong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

The representation ·陳同馨"

con-

meaning Chan Tang Hing tained in a circle surrounded by a border containing eight diagrams. On the outside of this in the four corners are the Chinese Characters meaning "Mark

of eight diagrams ". The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of Joss Sticks, in Class 50.

Facsimiles of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated this 24th day of January, 1911.

N

R. A. HARDING, Solicitor for the Applicants.

NOTICE.

OTICE is hereby given that the partner- ship heretobefore sabsisting between us the undersigned carrying on business as Salt Fish Dealers at 29 and 30 Salt Fish Street Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong under the style or firm of The Yee Lung Hing Salt Fish Shop has been dissolved as from this date so far as concerns the undersigned LI YAM FUK TONG, LI HIM YIK TONG, LI HAU FUNG TONG, WONG SIN HING TONG, CHEUNG SHING SIN TONG, TAM CHOK SIN, LUNG WAI YING. LEUNG SIN CHING TONG, alias LEUNG YUK SHU and LUNG WING HING TONG, who retire from the said firm. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be recei- ved and paid respectively by the continuing partners and CHI SUN TONG alias CHAU WING HING, HO CHIK CHUEN TONG and To

YEE TONG (志伸堂又名周永興 何積全堂及道伊堂) who have

purchased the shares of the retiring partners, and who together with the continuing part- ners will carry on the said business as before.

Dated the 19th day of January, 1911.

Sd. 孫應棠

及大成

志伸堂又名周永興

17

譚作善

何任遷善堂

何積全堂

何錫章

A

""

-

ל

道伊堂 李厚豐堂

13

黃善慶堂

""

龍慧英

龍永興堂

1)

李蔭福堂

21

張誠善堂

""

梁善徵堂

SHAM PAK MING, YU KWAN CHI, Trustees.

>>

李謙益堂

or other securities held by them and must sign a receipt in the prescribed form.

Dated the 26th day of January, 1911.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that R. J. LEA,

LIMITED, of 45, Market Street, Man- chester, England: Wholesale and Retail Tobacconists. have on the 6th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark:

THE CHAIRMAN

in the name of R. J. LEA, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Manufactured Tobacco since the year 1897 in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 27th day of January, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor and Agent on behalf of Applicants.

THE HONGKONG LAND RECLAMATION COMPANY, LIMITED.

N

OTICE is hereby given that the Tenth Ordinary Meeting of Shareholders in this Company will be held at the Company's Offices. Victoria Buildings, on Saturday, 4th February, 1911, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Direct- ors together with a Statement of Accounts for the year ending 31st December, 1910.

The Register of Shares of the Company will be closed from Thursday, 26th January, to Saturday, 4th February, 1911, (both days in- clusive), during which period no transfer of Shares can be registered.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

MOWBRAY S. NORTHCOTE, Secretary.

Hongkong, 17th January, 1911.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

NOTICE

OTICE is hereby given that The W. H. COMSTOCK COMPANY, LIMITED, of

Brockville Ontario Canada, Morristown New York United States of America, London England, Sydney Australia and Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, (Office at Watkins Limited Queen's Road Central), have applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Re- gister of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark-

The Trade Mark consists of an oblong panel in which is shown in a half

circle an Indian on horseback sur-

mounted by the words

New Label June 1857

Dr. Morse's Indian Root

and beneath the words

Sugar-Pills-Coated

and on a scroll the words

The W. H. COMSTOCK CO. LTD. Sole Proprietors

in the name of The W. H. COMSTOCK COM-

PANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the sole

proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the

following goods, namely :-

A Proprietary Medicine known as Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, in Class three (3).

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen

at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks,

Hongkong.

Dated the 19th day of November, 1910.

THE W. H. COMSTOCK COMPANY, LIMITED,

J. B. SAUNDERS, M.D.,

Eastern Representative.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of 2 Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that A. & F. PEARS LIMITED of 71-75 New Oxford Street London W.C. and of Isleworth Middlesex England, Soapmakers and Perfumers Lave on the 8th day of November. 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

No. 1.

No. 2.

NOTICE.

THE HARUS MARTEN P or Him conseil

HE interest and responsibility of Mr.

by mutual consent on 30th April, 1910.

Mr. KURT DETMERS has been admitted a partner in our firm from this date.

Hongkong, 1st January, 1911.

RÄDECKER & CO.

A&T.PEARS T. PEARS

TRANSPARENT

GLYCERINE SOAP

MATCHLESS FOR

THE HANDS AND COMPLEXION,

PRICE 2 PER Box.

UNSCENTED

PEARS'S

Price

Transparent

Soap

in the name of A. & F. PEARS LIMITED who claim to be the Sole Proprietors thereof.

 The Trade Marks have been registered by the Applicants in Great Britain in respect of A. & F. Pears's Transparent Glycerine Soap and A. & F. Pears's Transparent Unscented Soap both in Class 48, and with regard to the Trade Mark No. 2 the application is being proceeded with by order of His Excellency the Governor of Hongkong as a distinctive mark under Section 9 Sub-section 5 of the said Trade Marks Ordinance 1909.

A facsimile of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 25th day of November, 1910.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that II. PRICE

   AND COMPANY, LIMITED, of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Wine Merchants, have on the 12th day of December, 1910. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

The representation of a man's head (side face) and shoulders. The man is depicted wearing spectacles. Above the said representation are written semi-oval the words Dr. MAC- KENZIE'S",

in the name of H. PRICE AND COMPANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors

thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants since the month of October, 1909, in respect of the following goods :---

Bottled Stout, in Class 43.

A facsimile of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 30th day of December, 1910.

JOHNSON, STOKES-& MASTER,

Solicitors for the Applicants,

Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street, Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Begistration of 3 Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that HOLZAPFELS

    LIMITED of Milburn House, Dean Street, Newcastic-on-Tyne, England; Manu- facturers and General Merchants, have on the 12th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :--

No. I

No. 2.

No. 3.

HOLZAPFELS INTERNATIONAL

in the name of HOLZAPFELS LIMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

MATTHEW J. P. STEPHENS, Solicitor on behalf of the Applicants.

The Trade Mark No. 1 has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since at least the year 1890 and the Trade Marks Nos. 2 and 3 have been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since at least the year 1883, in respect of the following goods, viz. :-

Paints, Enamels, Varnishes, Lacquers, Colours, Anti-corrosive and Anti- fouling Compositions, all in Class 1. The above mentioned marks Numbered 1, 2 and 3 are to be associated as with mark No. 98 of 1900.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 22nd day of December, 1910,

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor on behalf of the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE

N is hereby given that the

BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COM- PANY, LIMITED. of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 14th day of November, 1916, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Mark :-

The Trade Mark consists of on oval panel in which is depicted the bust of a Chinese in full official winter costume. with a small white badge on the left breast on which are written two Chinese characters (Yi Yuen) meaning Senator". Above the panel is the word "Senator in English, and below the panel the name of the Company in English. in the name of the BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED, of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong. and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China Manufacturers, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

Tobacco

Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the follow- ing goods :--

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated the 14th day of November, 1910.

BRITISH-AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED, JOHN P. SCHURCH.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.

Between :-

Action No. 200 of 1910.

The CHINA EXPORT IMPORT

& BANK COMPAGNIE, ...Plaintiffs,

and

The MAN YUEN TAI Firm & TSE LOK HING,

The Registrar of the Supreme

Court,.......

Defendants.

Garnishee.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Writ of

Foreign Attachment against all the property, movable and immovable, of the Defendants The MAN YUEN TAI Firm and of the Defendant TSE LCK HING, within the Colony was issued on the 19th day of January, 1911, and was made returnable on the 3rd day of February, 1911.

Dated this 20th day of January, 1911.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Plaintiffs. No. 2 Connaught Road Central,

Hongkong.

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Crown Solicitor.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 25.-Returns of the Average Amount of BANK NOTES in Circulation and of Specie in Reserve in Hongkong, during the month ended 31st January, 1911, as certified by the Managers of the respective Banks.

BANKS.

AVERAGE AMOUNT.

SPECIE IN RESERVE.

$

$

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China,

6,563,447

4,000,000

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,

15,276,331

11,000,000

National Bank of China, Limited,

26,580

Nil.

TOTAL,

21,866,358

15,000,000

No. S. 26.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated.

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

3rd February, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

(in the absence of a)

Colonial Secretary.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 27.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as under:--

On Tuesday, the 7th February, 1911:

From the West of Hongkong, in a South-Westerly to North-Westerly direc- tion, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. If the range is clear practice will be over by 2 p m. If the weather is unfavourable, practice will take place on the following day.

On Thursday, the 9th February, 1911:-

From the West of Hongkong, in a South-Westerly to North-Westerly direc-

tion, between the hours of 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the range.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

2nd February, 1911.

No. S. 28.

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NOTICES TO MARINERS.

 IF any vessel under way finds the ray of a Military search light directed upon her, and not immediately removed, it shall be lawful for her to make the signal laid down for her use, in case of fog, in Article 15 of the Collision Regulations, viz.,----one prolonged blast at least every two minutes, in order to call attention to the fact.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

HONGKONG, 1st February, 1911.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION,

No. 2 of 1911.

 NOTICE is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Doyen of the Consular Body have declared the Port of CHEFOO to be infected.

 All vessels arriving therefrom on and after this date are to abide by and be governed by the Sanitary Regulations for the Ports of Shanghai and Woosung.

Approved :

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 21st January, 1911.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

KEPPEL HARBOUR.

Under Water Blasting Operations.

 UNDER water blasting operations will shortly be carried out at the entrance approaches to the new Graving Dock, Keppel Harbour.

A red flag will be hoisted in a prominent position in the vicinity when such operations are in progress.

All vessels and boats are warned accordingly.

SINGAPORE, 25th January, 1911.

C. A. RADCLIFFE, Commander, R.N.,

Master Attendant, S.S.

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 19. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of February, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

W.

E.

Contents

Annual Upset

in

Rent. Price.

Sq. feet.

*

$3

1

Inland Lot

No. 1874.

Above Victoria Battery, Hatton Road.

(As per plan.)

60,000 (about)

344

7,200

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

20th January, 1911.

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Asustarias.

Banthaiseng.

Chongonvo.

Daniels.

Guansenhuat.

Hinkee.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Jammes.

Koevoet.

Kongyeelong.

Kummert.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Road West,

Awong Wooloong 72 Bonham Strand.

Leung Si Doc. 71 Wing Lock Street.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mandrake.

Mingking.

Onbeng.

Paterson. Quandoon,

Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road. Shuncheong.

Tackcheong.

Takedattozi Japau Hotel Tourouja. Tunguamthai.

Tyeloong.

F. L. Waldron. Wingcheong. Yingsonjoo. Yeemow, Yovobeng. Ynenky.

1459.

6115.

Hongkong Station, 3rd February, 1911.

W. SWAN,

Superintenden.

47--

S憲 示 第二十五號 布政使司梅

應驗事照得現本

無現銀存

督憲札開將港內各銀行呈報西歷一千九百一十一年正月份扯計簽 発 通用銀紙幷 將存留現銀之數開示於下等因奉此合出示曉諭爲 此特示

計開

133

西歴本年二月初七日卽禮拜二在香港西台炮向西南方及西北方而, 去由上午十點鐘起至下午四點鐘止

西歴本年二月初九日卽禮拜四在香港西炮台向西南方及西北方而 去由下午六點鐘起至下午九點鐘止

如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日操演各船艇務須勿 擠擁炮彈所經之路切切特示

印度新金山中國匯理銀行簽發通用銀紙六百五十六萬三千四百四 十七

一千九百一十一年

實存現銀四百萬圓

S憲示第一

十九

香港上海匯豐銀行簽發通用銀紙一千五百二十七萬六千三百三十

工程司司使漆

實存現銀一千一百萬圓

中華匯理銀行簽發通用銀紙二萬六千五百八十

合共簽發通用銀紙二千一百八十六萬六千三百五十八圓

合共實存現銀一千五百萬圓

一千九百一十一年

s憲 示 第 二十七號

11

曉諭事照得現

初二日

督憲札開定於西歴本年二月初六日禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 司署即投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示等因 奉此台出示曉 爲此特示

該號地形勢開列於左

初三日示

此號地係册錄内地第一千八百七十四號坐落赫頓道域多利炮 台之上該地四至照地圖所載共計約六萬方尺每年地稅銀三百四十

船政道

四圓投價以七千二百圓爲底

曉諭事照得軍營操演大炮地位日期開列於左

一千九百一十一年

二十日示

A

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Dividend.

No. 11 of 1905.

Re HAJI YACOBJI of No. 5 Sun Wai

Lane, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, Clerk.

first and final dividend of $1.50 per cent. has been declared in the above

matter.

NOTIC is hereby given that the above

  mentioned dividend may be received at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 8th day of February, 1911, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and on any subsequent day during office hours.

Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any bills of exchange or other securities held by them and must sign a receipt in the prescribed form.

Notice of Intended Dividend.

No. 34 of 19:0.

Re The NAM SING Firm lately carrying on business at No. 47 Queen's Road Central, Victoria aforesaid, Tailors and Outfitters.

first and final dividend is intended to be

A declared in the above matter after the

expiration of one mouth from the 4th day of February, 1911.

Notice of Reviving Order and First General Meeting of Creditors.

No. 3 of 1911.

Re LAU TAT-KEE alias LAU TAT- SHUN lately trading under the style of the FAT CHLONG HING KEE Firm of No. 16 Queen Victoria Street, Victoria afore- said, deceased.

Administration Order dated the 27th day of January, 1911.

Petition dated the 26th day of January, 1911.

T

THURSDAY, the 9th day of February, 1911, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter, to be held at the Oficial Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid.

No Creditor can vote unless he previously proves his debt.

Forms of Proof and Proxy can be obtained at the Official Receiver's Odice during olice hours.

At the First General Meeting the Creditors will be asked to consider whether the Debtor shall be adjudged Bankrupt.

Dated this 3rd day of February, 1911.

G. HI, WAKEMAN, Odicia! Beccirer.

In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES WARRACK late of the Steamship Kai Pong", Master Mariner, deceased.

"OTICE is hereby given that the Court has, by virtue of Section 58 of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, (No. 2 of 1897), made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 26th day of February, 1911.

Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 1st day of February, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Oficial Administrator.

48

In the Matter of the Companies Or- THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

dinances of Hongkong. 1865,

and

In the Matter of the SIAK INDRA- POERA RUBBER CONCESSIONS LIMITED.

AKE notice that at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above Company convened and held in the rooms of the Shang- hai General Chamber of Commerce No. 1 Yuen Ming Yuen Road Shanghai on Friday 6th January 1911 at 4.30 p.m. it was resolved by the requisite majority :-

That this Company be wound up volun-

tarily "

and at a subsequent Extraordinary General Meeting convened and held at the same place on Wednesday 25th January 1911 at 4.30 p.m. the said Resolution was duly confirmed and Mr. JOSEPH EADIE BINGHAM of the Firm of LOWE BINGHAM and MATTHEWS No. 11 Yuen Ming Yuen Road was appointed the Liquidator of the Company.

Dated at Shanghai 27th January, 1911.

R. J. MARSHALL, Chairman,

In the Matter of The SIAK INDRA- POERA RUBBER CONCESSIONS LIMITED (in Liquidation).

NOTICE is hereby given that the Creditors

of the above named Company are re- quired on or before 31st March 1911 to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts and claims to the undersigned the Liquidator of the said Company, and, if so required by notice in writing from the undersigned to come in and prove their said debts or claims at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.

Dated at Shanghai this 27th day of Janu- ary, 1911.

J. E. BINGHAM, Liquidator.

Co. LOWE. BINGHAM & MATTHEWS, No. 11 Yuen Ming Yuen Road, Shanghai.

In the Matter of the CHINA PRINT-

ING COMPANY, LIMITED.

SPECIAL RESOLUTION.

Passed the 20th day of December, 1910. Confirmed the 10th day of January, 1911.

AT

Tan Extraordinary General Meeting of the above named Company duly con- vened and held at 10 Canton Road, Shanghai, on the 20th day of December, 1910, the fol- lowing Special Resolution was duly passed and at a subsequent Extraordinary General Meeting of the members of the said Company also duly convened and held at the same place on the 10th day of January, 1911, the following Resolution was duly confirmed:-

RESOLUTION.

"That the Company be wound up volun- tarily and that H. W. G. HAYTER be appointed liquidator."

Witness:-

H. W. G. HAYTER, Acting Secretary,

J. K. TWEED,

Chairman of the Meeting.

BATHURST WALKER,

Shanghai,

Solicitor.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that the CHINESE

BROTHERS TOBACCO COMPANY of No. 199 Wanchai Road, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, Merchants, have on the 14th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

1. A label having two panels side by side and separated by a narrow space; the larger panel is a square, with the corners curved and notched, whereon and near the upper edge is the word

· POMEGRANATE"; in the central portion is the representation of a twig with two pomegranates; across the lower portion of such square panel is a scroll whereon are the words Manu- factured bv Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co."; beneath the scroll and at the lower edge of such square are flourishes resembling a flower and leaves somewhat similar flourishes are on either side of such scroll. The other panel is an oblong, with the corners rounded, whereon is an orna- mental design made up of an inverted shield with a flower resembling a poppy at the base point and between two somewhat similar flowers; around such shield are flourishes resembling leaves and stalks and upon such shield are the words "These Pome- granate" cigarettes are made of the sweet golden leaves, with superior quality ".

2. A label having two panels side by side and separated by a narrow space. The larger of such panels is a square whereon is the representation of a parrot perched upon a cherry tree which is in bloom; near the upper edge is the word "Parrot" and near the lower edge is a scroll whereon are the words "Manufactured by Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co.". The other panel is an oblong with the words

These Parrot" cigarettes are made of the old mild and sweet leaves. Manufactured by Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co." in the entral portion around which are flourishes.

3. A label having two panels side by side and separated by a narrow space : both panels are oblong with corners rounded; the larger has thereon the representation of a monkey, walking on the ground, with the word ** Mon- key above and a scroll and peach blossom below; upon the scroll are the words Manufactured by Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co." The other panel has in the central portion the words These Monkey cigarettes are made from the sweet mild and fragrant leaves, moderately assorted". around which are flourishes resembl- ing stalks intertwined with a peach blossom, and a bud on each side at the upper portion, and with a peach at the lower portion,

in the name of the CHINESE BROTHERS TO- BACCO COMPANY who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Marks are intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Manufacture 1 Tobacco, in Class 45.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Date 1 the 2nd day of February, 1911.

H. K. HOLMES, Solicitor for the Applicants, 54 Queen's Road Central.

In the Matter of the Patents Ordin-

ance, 1892, and in the Matter of the Patents Amendment Ordin- ance, 1909,

and

In the Matter of an application made by WILFRED HUNT, of the firm of Edmund Hunt and Company, Chartered Patent Agents, of 121 West George Street, in the City and County of Glasgow, Scot- land, for a grant of Letters Patent for an Invention for "Improvements in electric ceil- ing fans".

"OTICE is hereby given that the Petition,

 Neclaration and Office Copies of the Complete Specification and Letters Patent required by the above-mentioned Ordinances have been duly filed in the Office of the Regis- trar of Trade Marks of Hongkong, and that it is the intention of the above named WIL- FRED HUNT by MATTHEW JOHN DENMAN STEPHENS his Solicitor and Agent to apply to His Excellency the Governor for Letters Patent for the exclusive use within the Colony of Hongkong of the said Invention.

Dated the 3rd day of February, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS. Solicitor for the Applicant.

49*

THE VIENNA CAFÉ COMPANY (1910) LIMITED, (in Liquidation).

NOTICE is hereby given that at an Extra-

CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE

OF THE

ordinary General Meeting of the Com- ORDINANCES OF HONGKONG

pany held on Saturday, the 28th day of January, 1911, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Offices of Messrs. LowE, BINGHAM & MAT- THEWS, duly convened for the specific purpose, the following Extraordinary Resolution was passed:-

That it has been proved to the satisfac- "tion of the Shareholders that the Company cannot, by reason of its liabilities, continue business, and that it is advisable to wind-up the same voluntarily under Section 166 "Sub-section "C" of the Companies "Ordinances, No. 1 of 1865. and that the Company be wound up accord ingly, and that ERNEST ALFRED "MOUNTFORD WILLIAMS, Incorpor- "ated Accountant, of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, be and is "hereby appointed Liquidator for the

purpose of such winding-up."

{

"

GEO. B. J. SAYER, Chairman.

Hongkong, 28th January, 1911.

1902 to 1910

compiled by

F. B. L. BOWLEY,

Crown Solicitor.

Price:-One Dollar.

Copies of the above are on sale at the Office of

NORONHA & Co.,

Government Printers.

Hongkong, 1st February, 1911.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

52

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEpartment.

No. S. 29.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examinatiou; quarantine at the discre-

tion of the Health Officer.

Plague.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Dalny and Newch wang.

Do.

Authority.

Proclamation No. 1 dated

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

(in the absence of a)

Colonial Secretary.

10th February, 1911.

GENERAL POst Office.

  No. S. 30.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office until Noon of Wednesday, the 22nd February, 1911, for the repair of the Post Office Launch Despatch.

Specifications can be obtained at the Government Marine Surveyor's Office.

Repairs to be executed to the satisfaction of the Government Marine Surveyor.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

10th February, 1911.

C. McI. MESSER,

Postmaster General.

MAGISTRACY.

  No. S. 31.-It is hereby notified that a meeting of the Licensing Board will be held in the Council Chamber at 2.15 p.m., on Wednesday, the 22nd day of February, 1911, for the purpose of considering the following application under the Liquor Licences Ordinances, 1898-1909, viz. :·

as

From one LANCE GAMEAU for a Publican's Licence to sell by retail intoxi- cating liquors on premises No. 6 Queen's Road Central, under the sign of "The Astor House".

Applicant is at present the holder of an Adjunct Licence on the same premises known "Astor House", Queen's Road Central.

10th February, 1911.

G. A. WoonCOCK, Secretary to the Licensing Board.

-

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 32. It is hereby notified for general information that Memorials of Re-entry by the Crown of New Kowloon Survey District 1 : Lots Nos. 2119, 2202, 2205 and 2206; New Kowloon Survey District III: Lot No. 913; New Kowloon Survey District IV: Lots Nos. 407, 1043 and 3023; Tung Chung Demarcation District III: Lot No. 2073; Tung Chung Demarcation District IV: Lots Nos. 35, 60 and 63; Lantao Island: Demarcation District 311: Lot No. 111; Demarcation District 335 : Lots Nos. 137, 148, 167, 175, 190, 197, 201 and 204; Demarcation District 333: Lots Nos. 229 and 505; Demarcation District 352: Lots Nos. 350, 351, 352, 353 and 354 ; Demarcation District 353 : Lot No. 10; Demarcation District 329: Lot No. 411; and Demarcation District 308 : Lots Nos. 328 and 329; and Mui Wo Demarcation District III 515; have been registered according to law.

53

No. S. 33.-It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 18th day of February, 1911.

The Lot is sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown` Rent as a Building Lot subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906 and to the special conditions hereunder specified.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

Contents

Annual

Registry No.

Locality.

in

Upset

Crown

Price.

N. E. S. W. S. E.

N. W.

Sq. ft.

Rent.

feet. feet. feet.

feet.

Survey District 27.

Lot No. 88.

Shun Wan Sha Po.

34'

34'

17

17

578

1.00

SPECIAL CONDITION.

The Purchaser shall pay a sum of ten dollars into the Colonial Treasury within three days from date of sale for the building now standing on the Lot.

-

No. S. 34. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the Au Tan Police Station at 12 Noon, on Thursday, the 23rd day of February, 1911.

   The Lot is sold for the term of Twenty-one years from the 1st day of January, 1909, as an Oyster Bed Lot, subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906 as far as applicable and to the special conditions hereunder specified.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Registry No.

Locality.

Boundary Measurements.

Estimated Arca in Acres.

Annual Crown Rent.

Oyster Bed Lot No. 10.

Deep Bay.

As per plan attached and deposited in the District Land Office of the Nor- thern District of the New Territories, Tai Po.

22 Acres.

At such Annual Rent as the Lot shall be sold for by Public Auction not being less than the Upset Annual Crown Rent of $15.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS.

   1. The Lot is to be used solely for the purpose of rearing and breeding of oysters and for no other purpose whatever.

2. The Purchaser shall be entitled to and shall execute on demand a Lease from the Crown of the ground comprised in the Lot sold. Such Crown Lease shall be in the form produced at the time of sale and signed by the Land Officer.

   3. The Purchaser shall within 3 days of the date of sale pay to the Land Officer for and on behalf of His Majesty the King the full amount of the Annual Crown Rent for the year 1911.

   4. The Purchaser shall if required before executing the Crown Lease provide security in the sum of two hundred dollars to the satisfaction of the Governor for the proper per- formance by him of the covenants and conditions of the Crown Lease.

5. No person shall advance at a bidding a less sum than $10.

10th February, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

No. S. 35.

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NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 64 of Department of Communications.

  NOTICE is hereby given that an explosive fog signal has been established at Shirakami- zaki Lighthouse on the cape at the west entrance to Tsugaru Strait, and should the fog siren at the lighthouse be disabled, on and after February 1st, 1911, it will be exploded once every 4 minutes.

The hand siren at the lighthouse will be withdrawn on the same date.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, January 19th, 1911.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 3 of 1911.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Consular Body have agreed to an additional Sanitary measure to the effect that all vessels arriving outside Woosung from a Plague-infected Port shall anchor in the Quarantine Anchorage south-west of Chung Pao Sha, where all such vessels will be detained for observation by the Port Health Officer for any unexpired part of six days from the date of their departure from a Plague- infected Port.

  All vessels so detained shall strictly observe paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of the General Regu- lations of the Sanitary Regulations for the Ports of Shanghai and Woosung.

Approved:

H. F. MERRILL,

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 1st February, 1911.

No. 500.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

Bar Island Light Established.

  NOTICE is hereby given that Bar Island Light was exhibited for the first time at sunset on the 1st February.

  The illuminating apparatus is Dioptric, Group-occulting, of the Sixth Order, showing a fixed white light varied by two eclipses every 16 seconds, thus :-

Light,

Eclipse,. Light,

Eclipse,.

.10 seconds,

2

""

2

2

""

and so on.

  The Light, which is on the western shore of First Bar Island, is hoisted on a mast, is elevated 43 feet above high water, and should be visible in clear weather at a distance of 10 nautical miles.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 3rd February, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

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55

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

A sustarias.

Brave, Grand Hotel.

Banthaiseng.

Chongonvo.

Daniels.

Guansenhuat.

Hinkee.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Jammes.

Koevoet.

Kongyeclong.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Rond West.

Kwong Wooioong 72 Bonham Strand.

Leung

Si Doe. 7 Wing Lock Street.

Lambay, 38 Conninght,

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mandrake.

Onheng.

Paterson.

Quandoon. (2) Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road, > conglee. Shuncheong. Tackcheong. Tnuguamthai. Tyeloong. F. L. Waldron. Wingcheong. Yingsonjoo. Yeemow.

Yovoheng.

Yuenky.

1459.

5115

Hongkong Station, 10th February, 1911.

W. SWAN,

Superintenden",

s憲 示 第 三十三號

田土廳 華

曉諭爭照得現奉

茲將該地形勢開列於左 二十四年至期前三日止等因奉此合出示曉俾衆 週知爲此特示 一千八百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批 程及下列額外章程開投建造官地一均以七十五年管業之期由 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號憲示所列投買總離 督憲札開定於西曆本年二月十八日卽禮拜六日上午十點鐘在大埔

八方尺每年地稅一圓投價以大圓爲 東北三十四尺西南三十四尺東南十七尺西北十七尺共計五百七十 此號册錄丈量約份第二十七號地段第八十八號坐落土名船灣沙琪

額外章程

所有之屋宇價銀十圓在庫務司署呈繳

得該地段之人由投得之日起限三日內須備足補置該地上現在

一千九向一十一年

二 月

初十日示

57

田土廳華 曉諭事照得現奉

督札開定於西歷本年二月十三日卽禮拜四正午十二點鐘在新界 凹頭差館照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投賣總章 程盡擇其合於蠔塘用者及下列額外章程開投蠔塘官地一段以二十 一年爲管業之期由一千九百零九年正月初一日起計等因奉此合 出示曉諭俾衆週知爲此特示

茲將該地情形詳細開列於左

此號册錄蠔塘地段第十號坐落土名後海該地段西圍界址經在圖則 内註明香港新界田土廳及大埔田土廳均有存案約計闊二十二英畝 每年地稅銀當衆出投以十五圓爲底

額外章程

一該地只准養蠔用不准另作別用

二投得之人應得該地官契其格式於股賣之日各人可觀有田土司 之花押在其下該官契預備時投得之人隨時呼到郎須簽立

三投得之人由投得之日起三日內將一千九百一十一年一年內之地 稅呈繳田土司

四未簽立官契以前如 國家着投得之人具保結二百元保其照官契 内各章程安辦該投得之人應即具結至合督憲之意爲度

五各人出價投地每次不得少過十圓

一千九百一十一年

11

初十日示

58

NOTICE.

I dinance, No. 5 of 1899, that at the Annual General Meeting of Seatholders and Subscri- bers held on the 24th January, 1911, the following were elected Lay Members of the Church Body for the year 1911 :-

         Cathedral Church Or Tis hereby notified, under Section 4 (1) of

Mr. W. ARMSTRONG,

Hon. Dr. J. M. ATKINSON.

Mr. A. BEYER (Honorary Secretary). Dr. FRANCIS CLARK (Honorary

Hon. Mr. E. OSBORNE.

Treasurer).

Col. C. W. R. ST. JOHN, R.E.

ALFRED BRYER, Hon. Secretary.

Hongkong, 6th February, 1911.

HONGKONG & SHANGHAI BANKING

CORPORATION.

NINETY-FIRST

REPORT OF THE COURT OF DIRECTORS

TO THE

ORDINARY HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING

OF

SHAREHOLDERS

TO BE HELD

AT THE CITY HALL, HONGKONG,

ON

Saturday, the 25th February, 1911, AT NOON.

To the Proprietors of the

HONGKONG & SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION.

GENTLEMEN,

     The Directors have now to submit to you a General Statement of the affairs of the Bank, and Balance Sheet for the half-year ending 31st December, 1910.

    The net profits for that perio?, including $2,029,390.83, balance brought forward from last account, after paying all charges, deduct- ing interest paid and due, and making provi- sion for bad and doubtful accounts, amount to $5,249,606.46.

      The Directors recommend the transfer of $250,000 from the Profit and Loss Account to credit of the Silver Reserve Fund, which Fund will then stand at $16,250,000.

After making this Transfer and deducting Remuneration to Directors there remains for appropriation $4,984,606.46, out of which the Directors recommend the payment of a Divid- end of Two Pounds Sterling per Share, viz. : £240,000 and a Bonus of Five Shillings Sterl- ing per Share, viz.: £30,000 amounting in all to £270,000 which at 1/10, the rate of the day, will absorb $2,945,454.55.

     The Balance $2,039,151.91 to be carried to New Profit and Loss Account.

STERLING RESERVE FUND.

     The holding of £1,200,000 2 Consols has been written down to 79. This was effected by the purchase at about par of £15,000 Other Sterling Securities, making our holding under this heading £340 000 written down to £287,400. The cost of this adjustment was met out of the earnings of the half-year.

DIRECTORS.

The Honourable Mr. HENRY KESWICK has been elected Chairman for the year 1911, and Mr. G. H. MEDHURST Deputy Chairman.

      Mr. J. W. BANDOW and Mr. E. SHELLIM having resigned their seats, Mr. G. FRIESLAND and Mr. W. LOGAN have been invited to fill the vacancies; these appointments require confirmation at this Meeting.

     Mr. H. A. SIEBS, Mr. R. SHEWAN and Mr. G. BALLOCH retire in rotation, but being eligible for re-election, offer themselves ac- cordingly.

AUDITORS.

    The accounts have been audited by Mr. W. HUTTON POTTS and Mr. J. W. C. BONNAR, who offer themselves for re-election.

G. BALLOCH,

Chairman,

Hongkong, 7th February, 1911.

ABSTRACT OF ASSETS & LIABILITIES.

HONGKONG & SHANGHAI BANK- ING CORPORATION,

31st December, 1910,

GENERAL PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT, HONGKONG & SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION,

Dr.

31st December, 1910.

To AMOUNTS WRITTEN OFF :- Remuneration to Directors...$

LIABILITIES.

Paid-up Capital,...

.$15,000,000,00

"

15,000,000.00

16,000,000.00

Sterling Reserve Fund, £1,500,000

@ ex. 2/-...

Silver Reserve Fund,........ Marine Insurance Account, Notes in Circulation

(Authorised Is- sue against Securities and Coin deposit- ed with the Crown Agents for the Colon- ies and their Trustees,) Additional Issue authorised by Hongkong Ordinances against Coin

lodged with

F

the ongkong

.$15,000,000.00

Government, . 994.236.00

250,000.00

-15,994,236,00

Current Silver, $105,717,604.20 Accounts, Gold.

£4,006,570.0s.11d.=43,706,174.11

149,423.778.31

Fixed Silver. $61,582,862.40 Deposits, Gold,

£4,864,288.10s.Ad.=53,062,010.04

-114,644,872.44

Bills Payable (including Drafts on London Bankers, Call Loans and Short Sight Drawings on Loudon Office against Bills Receivable and Bullion Ship- ments).

Profit and Loss Account, Liability on Bills of Exchange re-discounted,

£6,783,749, 14s. 8d. of which £5,001,600, 68, 117, have since run off.

Cash,

ASSETS.

.14,771,229.48 5,249,606.46

$346,333,722.69

.$42,379,065,30

Coin lodged with the Hongkong Government against authoris- ed and/or excess note circula- tion,

10,000,000.00 Bullion in Hand and in Transit, 16,894,768.08 IndianGovernment Rupee Paper, 1,435,763.32 Consols, Colonial and other

Securities,

STERLING RESERVE FUND

INVESTMENTS, viz. :-

per cent.

£1,200,000 2

Consols at 79, £948,000

(of which

£250,000

lodged with the Bank of England as a Special London Reserve). £270,000 3

per cent. Exchequer Bonds due

1915 at 98,... 264,600 £340,000 Other

Sterling Securities, written down to

287,400

11,558.685.02

£1,500,000 @ ex. 2/- 15,000,000.00

Bills Discounted, Loans and

Credits,

Bills Receivable,

Bank Premises....

125,286,982.59 121,903,295.15 1,875,163.23

$346,333,722.69

DIVIDEND ACCOUNT:-

Dividend £2

per Share

on 120.000

Shares

£240,000 at

1/10....

Bonus - per

Share on 120,000 Shares

www.

£30,000 at 1/10 F........

.$2,618,181.82

15,000.00

327,272.73

$2,945,454.55

TRANSFER TO SILVER

RESERVE FUND,...... 250,000.00 BALANCE forward to next

Cr.

half-year,

By Balance of Un-

divided Profits,

30th

1910,

:!

June.

.$2,029,390.83

Amount of Net Trofits for the Six Months ending 31st December, 1910, after making provision for bad and doubt- ful debts, deducting all Expenses and Interest paid and due,

2,039,151.91

$5,249,606.46

3,220,215.63

-$5,249,606.46

$5,249,606.46

STERLING RESERVE FUND.

To Balance, £1,500,000 @ ex. 2/-$15,000,000.00 (invested in Sterling Securities).-

$15,000,000.00

By Balance 30th June, 1910,

£1,500,000 at ex. 2/-

.$15,000,000.00

$15,000,000.00

SILVER RESERVE FUND.

To Balance,....

$16,250,000.00

$16,250,000.00

By Balance 30th June, 1910, ...$16,000,000.00

Transfer from Profit & Loss

Account,

250,000.00

$16,250,000.00

N. J. STABB, Chief Manager.

R. EDWARDS, Chief Accountant.

G. BALLOCH,

F. H. ARMSTRONG, › Directors. C. R. LENZMANN,

We have compared the above Statement with the Books, Vouchers and Securities at the Head Office, and with the Returns from the various Branches and Agencies, and have found the same to be correct.

HUTTON

J. W. C. BONNAR,

Hongkong, 7th February, 1911.

Auditors.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Intended Dividend.

No. 3 of 1911.

Re LAU TAT-KEE alias LAU TAT- SHUN lately trading under the style of the TAT CHEONG HING KEE Firm of No. 16 Queen Victoria Street, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, deceased.

first and final dividend is intended to be

A first divideove sitter after the

expiration of one month from the 10th day of February, 1911.

D..ted this 10th day of February, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Opheial Receirer.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1999.

Application for Registration of fire Trade Marks.

NOTICE is Number 8 Des Voeux Road Central Victoria in the Colony of

is hereby given that The ORIENTAL BREWERY LIMITED whose registered

Hongkong have on the 23rd day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Marks :--

In the Matter of the WA HING COT- TON AND COTTON YARN COM- PANY, LIMITED.

SPECIAL RESOLUTION,

Passed the 28th of December, 1910. Confirmed the 21st of January, 1911.

Tan Extraordinary General Meeting of

A the abure named Company duly con-

vened and held at No. 109 Jervois Street, Victoria, Hongkong, on the 28th day of De- cember, 1910, the following Special Resolution was duly passed and at a subsequent Extra- ordinary General Meeting of the members of the said Company also duly convened and held at the same place on the 21st of January, 1911, the following Resolution was duly con- firmed :-

RESOLUTION,

That the Company be wound up volun- tarily and that CHAN YUT NGAM

and FOON SHING CHI be appointed liquidators.

CHAN YUT NGAM, Managing Director and Chairman of the Meeting.

Witness:-

H. K. HUNG,

Solicitor,

Hongkong.

Dated the 6th February, 1911.

A

In the Matter of The SIAK INDRA- POERA RUBBER CONCESSIONS LIMITED.

SPECIAL RESOLUTION.

 Passed the 6th day of January, 1911. Confirmed the 25th day of January, 1911.

Tan Extraordinary General Meeting of the above-named Company duly con- vened and held at 1 Yuen-Ming-Yuen Road, Shanghai, on the 6th day of January, 1911, the following Special Resolution was duly passed and at a subsequent Extraordinary General Meeting of the members of the said Company also duly convened and held at the same place on the 25th day of January, 1911, the follow- ing Resolution was duly confirmed :-

RESOLUTION.

"That this Company be wound up volun-

tarily."

R. J. MARSHALL,

Chairman.

Witness :-

BATHURST WALKER,

Shanghai,

Solicitor.

Dated the 4th day of February, 1911.

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED

TO SUIT THE CLIMATE

PRIMA

BEER

ORIENTAL BREWERY

LIMITED

HONGKONG, CHINA.

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED TO SUIT THE CLIMATE.

O.B.BEER

0000

ORIENTAL BREWERY LTD.

BREWERY'S OWN BOTTLING.

HONG KONG.

:

i

60

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED TO SUIT THE CLIMATE.

O.B.

BEER

BREWERY'S OWN

BOTTLING.

ORIENTAL BREWERY LTD.

HONGKONG.

N

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG.

PROBATE JURISDICTION.

In the Goods of JOSEPH SHEFFIELD VAN BUREN late of Naples in the Kingdom of Italy Gentleman, deceased.

OTICE is hereby given that the Court has by virtue of Section 58 of the Pro- bate Ordinance 1897 made an Order limiting the time for sending in Claims against the above estate to the 8th day of March, 1911.

All Creditors are accordingly hereby re- quired to send their Claims to the Undersigned before that date.

Dated this 10th day of February, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street, Hongkong, Solicitors for the Administrator.

BRAND

ALE. ONOXONOHⱭLI LAWON ORIENTAL BREWY

AND

*

TOUT

UNENTIAL DRET VERY LTD.

HONGKONG.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that WIGGINS,

TEAPE AND COMPANY. LIMITED, of 10 Aldgate, London, England. Paper Makers and Wholesale and Export Stationers, have on the 1st day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

HERCULES

in the name of WIGGINS. TEAPE AND COM- PANY. LIMITED, who claim to be the proprie. tors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Paper (except paper hangings) in Class 39 since 19th August, 1892.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under-

signed.

Dated the 9th day of February, 1910.

WILKINSON & GRIST,

9, Queen's Road Central, Solicitors for the Applicants.

M

in the name of The ORIENTAL BREWERY LIMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

    The said Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants since the month of January, 1910, in respect of the following goods in the following class :-

Fenfented Liquors, in Class 43.

Facsimiles of the said Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 9th day of February, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS, Solicitors for the Applicants, 8. Des Voeux Road Central, Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that W. SANDO- RIDES & CO., LIMITED, of 5 Old Bond Street, London, W., England; Tobacco Manu- facturers, have on the 21st day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Mark :-

LUCANA

in the name of W. SANDORIDES & Co., LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Manufactured To- bacco since the year 1904, in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 10th day of February, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor & Agent on behalf of Applicants.

TAKE

In the Matter of the Companies Or- dinances of Hongkong, 1865,

and

In the Matter of the SIAK INDRA- POERA RUBBER CONCESSIONS LIMITED.

AKE notice that at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above Company convened and held in the rooms of the Shang- hai General Chamber of Commerce No. 1 Yuen Ming Yuen Road Shanghai on Friday 6th January 1911 at 4.30 p.m. it was resolved by the requisite majority :-

61

In the Matter of the Patents Ordin- ance 1892 and in the Matter of the Patents Amendment Ordin- ance 1909

and

In the Matter of an application made by JOHN KING BULGER of 510, Battery Street, San Francisco, State of California, United States of America, Marine Engineer, for a grant of Letters Patent in respect of an invention for "Lock Joint Couplings".

"That this Company be wound up volun- N Declaration and office copies of the

tarily

51

and at a subsequent Extraordinary General Meeting convened and held at the same place on Wednesday 25th January 1911 at 4.30 p.m. the said Resolution was duly confirmed and Mr. JOSEPH EADIE BINGHAM of the Firm of LOWE BINGHAM and MATTHEWS No. 11 Yuen Ming Yuen Road was appointed the Liquidator of the Company.

Dated at Shanghai 27th January, 1911.

R. J. MARSHALL, Chairman.

In the Matter of The SIAK INDRA- POERA RUBBER CONCESSIONS LIMITED (in Liquidation).

CTICE is hereby given that the Creditors

of the above named Company are re- quired on or before 31st March 1911 to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts and claims to the undersigned the Liquidator of the said Company, and, if so required by notice in writing from the undersigned to come in and prove their said debts or claims at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.

    Dated at Shanghai this 27th day of Janu- ary, 1911.

I. E. BINGHAM, Liquidator.

Co. LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS, No. 11 Yuen Ming Yuen Road. Shanghai.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that BREDELL

COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST of San Francisco, in the State of California, in the United States of America, Manufacturers of Submarine Specialties and Ship Paints, have on the 7th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Mark :

The representation of a Cruiser or Battle-

ship in the top left hand corner and the representation of two yachts under full sail in the top right hand corner and between which (inter alia) is printed the word Bredell's ".

CTICE is hereby given that the Petition

Letters Patent and complete Specification required by the above mentioned Ordinances have been duly filed in the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and that it is the intention of the above named JOHN KING BULGER by Messrs. DENNYS & BOWLEY his Solicitors to apply to His Ex- cellency the Governor for Letters Patent for the exclusive use within the Colony of Hong- kong of the said invention.

Dated the 20th day of January, 1911.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicant.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

"OTICE is hereby given that JOHANN ABRAHAM VON WULFING trading as A. WULFING & Co., of 12, Chenies Street, London, W.C.. England; Manufacturing Chemist. has on the 24th day of November, 1910. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :----

FORMAMINT

VON

in the name of JoHANN ABRAHAM WULFING trading as A. WULFING & Co., who claims to be the proprietor thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of

a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hong- kong) of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai. China, Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 28th day of December, 1910, applied for the registra- tion in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Mark :--

The Trade Mark consists of two square panels. in one is shown an open umbrella above which is the name of the brand " UMBRELLA", and at the foot of the same panel is the name of the Company. In the other panel an open umbrella is shown at the top, and immediately under is the word "UMBRELLA " in a scroll of peculiar design,

in the name of the BRITISH CIGARETTE COM- PANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hongkong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufac- tures, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen ar the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1910.

BRITISH CIGARETTE ('OMPANY, LIMITED,

R. D. HARVEY, Attorney.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909.

Applicant in United Kingdom, Canada, N

Natal, Cape Colony. Transvaal, Australia, New Zealand and India, in his name in respect of Chemical Substances Prepared for use in Medicine and Pharmacy in Class 3.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 8th day of December, 1910.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS,

Salicitor & Agent

on behalf of Applicant.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark,

Underneath appears the name of the NICE is hereby given that CARRERAS

Company BREDELL COMPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST and the words Diver Brand" and on either side of the latter words is the representation of a Diver,

in the name of the BREDELL COMPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

    The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants for the past two years in respect of the following goods :-

Paints, in Class 1.

      A facsimile of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 16th day of December, 1910.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street, Hongkong.

LIMITED of Arcadia Works, City Road, London, England: Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 16th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following | Trade Mark :-

BLACK CAT

in the name of CARRERAS LIMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of all tobacco goods included in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 6th day of January, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor & Agent on behalf of Applicants.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that LA SOCIETE ANONYME DES MIXES ET FONDERIES DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE, of Angleur near Liege, Belgium, trading as Zine Manufacturers, have on the 17th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Marks :-

1. The representation of an oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the words "Vieille Montagne".

2. The representation of a round cornered oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the V-M letters thus :---

G

3. The words "Vieille Montagne" and "Lieze" printed in the form of a circle within which appear three Stars with the figure 12 under the stars and the letter T under the figure 12,

in the name of LA SOCIETE ANONYME DES MINES ET FONDERIES DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark Nod. 1 has been used by the the Applicants since 1861 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 5, the Trade Mark Nod. 2 has been used by the Applicants since 1896 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 5 and the Trade Mark Nod. 3 has been used by the Applicants since 1861 in respect of Sheet Zinc in Class 5.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated this 13th day of January, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 36. Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

Chefoo,

Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny

Do.

and Newchwang.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

17th February, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

(in the absence of a) Colonial Secretary.

GENERAL POST OFFICE.

No. S. 37.--It is hereby notified that on account of the prevalence of plague in Manchuria, the Mails "vid Siberia are considerably delayed. The Public are therefore recommended not to use this route for transmission of correspondence until normal condi- tions prevail. There is only a weekly service between Shanghai and Dalny, leaving Shanghai on Fridays.

17th February, 1911.

C. McI. MESser,

Postmaster General.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 38.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as under:--

On Thursday, the 23rd February, 1911:-

From the West of Hongkong, in a South-Westerly to Southern direction,

between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

If the range is clear practice will be over by 2 p.m.

If the weather is unfavourable on the above date, practice will take place on the follow-

ing day.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the range.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

13th February, 1911.

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LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 39. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction will be hell at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 25th day of February, 1911.

*

The Lot is sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as a Building Lot subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906.

The amount to be spent in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

Contents

Annual

Registry No.

Locality,

in

Upset

Crown

Price.

N. E. S. W

S. E.

N. W.

Sq. ft.

Rent.

Survey District 244.

Lot No. 1909.

17th February, 1911.

feet. feet. feet.

feet.

Ho Chung.

42'

30

25'

34'

1,062

11

1.50

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 40.-It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Office of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of March, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual Upset

Rent.

Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

feet. feet.

feet. feet.

$

1

Inland Lot No. 1875.

Adjoining Inland Lot No. 1505, Kennedy Road.

47'

69'

98

100'5" 5,684

40

1,705

17th February, 1911.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

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No. S. 41.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

HONGKONG HARBOUR.

 For the purpose of taking observations of the currents in the Harbour on the 20th, 21st and 22nd February and 1st, 2nd and 3rd March, two boats during daylight flying a red flag on a mast about 15 feet high will be moored in the following positions :--

berth.

Chinsalchui Point Police Station Flag Staff bearing N. 28° E. Mag. distant 1-8

cables.

Blackhead Point Flag Staff bearing N. 21° W. Mag. distant 1 cable.

Vessels passing in the vicinity are warned to go slow and give the said boats a wide

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

HONGKONG, 15th February, 1911.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 1 of 1911.

QUARANTINE DECLARED AGAINST MANCHURIAN PORTS, INCLUDING DAIREN, AND CHEFOO.

 Wrrn the concurrence of the Superintendent of Customs and the Foreign Consuls I hereby notify that until further notice quarantine for plague is to be enforced on all vessels arriving from the ports of Manchuria including Dairen, and Chefoo.

 Any such vessel, whether or not there be a case of plague on board when she arrives, must on arrival, hoist the Yellow or Quarantine flag (Letter Q in the International Code of signals) and come to anchor in the Quarantine ground, and be subjeet to the Inspection and orders of the Customs Medical Officer, but in all other respects be bound by the Provisional Sanitary Regulations for Foreign-Rigged Vessels at the port of Swatow.

J. C. A. HOLZ,

Harbour Master.

Approved:

EDWARD GILCHRIST,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SWATOW, 28th January, 1911.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 4 of 1911.

 NOTICE is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Consular Body have agreed to an additional Sanitary measure to the effect that all vessels arriving outside Woosung from a Plague-infected Port shall anchor in the Quarantine Anchorage south-west of Chung Pao Sha, where all such vessels will be detained for observation by the Port Health Officer for any unexpired part of seven days from the date of their departure from a Plague- infected Port, instead of six days as provided for in Harbour Notification No. 3 of 1911.

 All vessels so detained shall strictly observe paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of the General Regu- lations of the Sanitary Regulations for the Ports of Shanghai and Woosung.

Approved :

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 8th February, 1911.

WM. CARLSON,

'Harbour Master.

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HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 2 of 1911.

THE following Provisional Sanitary Rules, governing vessels arriving at the port of Canton from plague-infected ports in North China, have been agreed to and sanctioned by the Superintendent of Customs and the Treaty Power Consuls at the port, and are now pub- lished for the information and guidance of all concerned.

ARNOLD HOTSON,

Acting Harbour Master.

Approved :

J. F. OIESEN,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, CANTON, 9th February, 1911.

Vessels arriving at the port of Canton within ten days of departure from any of the following ports, viz., Newchwang, Chinwangtao, Tientsin, Dairen or Chefoo, shall be subject to the following provisional rules :-

1o. If bound for Whampoa the vessel shall anchor in Belcher Reach to the South- eastward of the South-east point of First Bar Island; shall fly a yellow flag at the fore, and shall await medical inspection by the Port Health Officer.

2o. If bound for Canton the vessel shall anchor immediately ab we Macao Fort; shall fly a yellow flag at the fore, and shall await medical inspection by the Port Health Officer.

3o. Until granted pratique by the Port Health Officer the vessel shall hold no com-

munication with the shore or with other vessels.

4°. Even when granted pratique the vessel shall not go alongside a wharf but shal

discharge into cargo boats in the stream.

5°. The importation from the above named ports of furs, skins, hair, old gunuy bags, rags, old paper, fresh fruit, vegetables, plants, coffins containing corpses, earth, mould, sand, etc., is prohibited.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 3 of 1911.

NOTICE is hereby given that Masters of vessels arriving at the Port of Canton or Whampoa from plague-infected ports-See Harbour Notification No. 2 of 1911-shall take special precaution to prevent rats from leaving the ship.

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

HARBOUR MASTER'S OFFICE,

CANTON, 13th February, 1911.

Approved :

J. F. OIESEN,

Commissioner of Customs.

ARNOLD HOTSON,

Acting Harbour Master.

W. SWAN,

68

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Brave, Grand Hotel.

Chongonvo.

Daniels

Gnansenhoat.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Hinkee.

Jammes.

Keechong.

Koevoet.n

Kongyeclong.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Road West.

Kwong Wooloong 72 Bonham Strand.

Kwongyuenlung.

Lambay, 38 Comianght.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mandrake.

Muchnie.

Onheng.

Paterson. Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 ('onnaught Road. Sconglee.

Shingsung Road Central.

Shuncheong. Tackcheong. Tunguamthai. Tyeloong. R. L. Waldron. Wingcheong. Yingsonjoo. Yeemow. Yovoheng.

Yuenky.

1459.

5115

0624. 4499.

Hongkong Station, 17th February, 1911.

Superintendent.

+

船政道栢

曉驗事照得軍營操演大炮地位日期開列於左

楙擁炮彈所經之路切切特示

一千九百一十一年

S憲 示 第三十九號

計開

如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日操演各船艇務須勿

上午十點鐘起至下午四點止倘天色明下午兩點即可操完 西厢本年二月十三日卽禮拜四在香港西台炮向西南方偏南而去由

田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現

年七月初一 日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期前 程開設建造官地一均以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八百九十八 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號憲示所列投買總離 督憲札開定於西歴本年二月十五日卽禮拜六日上午十點鐘在大埔

二日止投得該地段之人須照第五欸總章程用銀經其地估價至少

十七日示

W. SWAN,

68

List of unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Brave, Grand Hotel.

Chongonvo.

Daniels

Gnansenhoat.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Hinkee.

Jammes.

Keechong.

Koevoet.n

Kongyeclong.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Road West.

Kwong Wooloong 72 Bonham Strand.

Kwongyuenlung.

Lambay, 38 Comianght.

Lylong Ferblantier.

Mandrake.

Muchnie.

Onheng.

Paterson. Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 ('onnaught Road. Sconglee.

Shingsung Road Central.

Shuncheong. Tackcheong. Tunguamthai. Tyeloong. R. L. Waldron. Wingcheong. Yingsonjoo. Yeemow. Yovoheng.

Yuenky.

1459.

5115

0624. 4499.

Hongkong Station, 17th February, 1911.

Superintendent.

+

船政道栢

曉驗事照得軍營操演大炮地位日期開列於左

楙擁炮彈所經之路切切特示

一千九百一十一年

S憲 示 第三十九號

計開

如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日操演各船艇務須勿

上午十點鐘起至下午四點止倘天色明下午兩點即可操完 西厢本年二月十三日卽禮拜四在香港西台炮向西南方偏南而去由

田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現

年七月初一 日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期前 程開設建造官地一均以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八百九十八 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號憲示所列投買總離 督憲札開定於西歴本年二月十五日卽禮拜六日上午十點鐘在大埔

二日止投得該地段之人須照第五欸總章程用銀經其地估價至少

十七日示

69

一百圓等因奉此合出示曉俾衆 週知爲此特示

茲將該地形勢開列於左

此號册錄丈量約份第二百四十四號地段第一千九百零九號坐落土 名蠔涌東北四十二尺西南三十尺東南二十五八西北三十四尺共計 一千零六十二方尺每年地税銀一圓五毫股價以十一圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

S憲 示 第

工程司司使漆

曉諭事照得現奉

二 月

督憲札開定於西歷本年三月初六日禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 司署開投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示等因 奉此合亟出示曉縮為此特小

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地段係册錄內地段第一千八百七十五號坐落堅尼地道近附内 地段第一千五百零五號該地西至北邊四十七尺南邊六十九尺東邊 九十八尺西邊一尺五寸共計五千六百八十四方尺每年地税銀四 十圓投價以一千七百零五圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

H

十七日示

十七

69

一百圓等因奉此合出示曉俾衆 週知爲此特示

茲將該地形勢開列於左

此號册錄丈量約份第二百四十四號地段第一千九百零九號坐落土 名蠔涌東北四十二尺西南三十尺東南二十五八西北三十四尺共計 一千零六十二方尺每年地税銀一圓五毫股價以十一圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

S憲 示 第

工程司司使漆

曉諭事照得現奉

二 月

督憲札開定於西歷本年三月初六日禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 司署開投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示等因 奉此合亟出示曉縮為此特小

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地段係册錄內地段第一千八百七十五號坐落堅尼地道近附内 地段第一千五百零五號該地西至北邊四十七尺南邊六十九尺東邊 九十八尺西邊一尺五寸共計五千六百八十四方尺每年地税銀四 十圓投價以一千七百零五圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

H

十七日示

十七

70

A

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Intended First Dividend.

No. 1 of 1910.

Re WONG TAK alias WONG TAK KEE in the employ of the HONGKONG AND CHINA GAS COMPANY, LIMITED, Victoria, Hongkong, Clerk.

first dividend is intended to be declared

in the above matter after the expira tion of one month from the 17th day of February, 1911.

No. 7 of 1911.

Le ROSE WHITE alias EMMA WHITE of No. 2 Wyndham Street, Vic- toria, Hongkong, Widow, Board- ing House Proprietress.

NOTICE is hereby given that an Interim Receiving Order against the estate of the abovenamed was made on the 18th day of February, 1911, and that the Official Re- ceiver was appointed Interim Receiver.

Dated this 17th day of February, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receirer.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that SAMUEL SHAKESPEAR LOWE of Nos. 120-071 Hampton

Street, Birmingham, England, Export Merchant, has on the 5th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

THE KNOCKOUT

No. 1.

No. 2.

KNOCK-OUT

No. 3.

in the name of SAMUEL SHAKESPEAR LOWE who claims to be the sole proprietor thereof.

Trade Mark No. 1 has been used by the Applicant (.) in respect of Canvas in the piece, made of Flax Linen Hemp or Tow and Sailcloth in the piece, made of Flax or Hemp in Class 27; (3) in respect of 4utlery and Edge Tods but not including Files and Razors in Class 12; (c.) in respect of Tarpaulins, Tents, Rick-cloths, Rope, Twine, Packings and Hose of all kinds in Class 50.

Trade Mark No. 2 has been used by the Applicant in respect of Candles, Common Soap, Detergents, Illuminating, Heating or Lubricating Oils, Matches; and Starch, Blue and other preparations for laundry purposes in Class 47.

Trade Mark No. 3 has been used by the Applicant in respect of all goods made of ordinary metal included in Class 13.

Dated this 14th day of December, 1910.

NOTICE.

hereby

      ment dated the 13th day of February, 1911, ALL the stock-in-trade, fixtures, book- debts and goodwill of the business of a com. pradore shop known as the "TAT CHEONG HING KEE" and carried on at No. 16 Queen Victoria Street, Victoria, were assigned by the Official Receiver in Bankruptcy of Hong- kong to me, the undersigned, And that the name and style of the firm shall be "THE TAT CHEONG TAI KEE" from the above date. Customers who wish to pay off old accounts are requested to pay The Tat Cheong Tai Kee, whose chop shall be the only valid discharge for book-debts due to the Tat Cheong Hing Kec.

CHEUK TAI 卓泰

Hongkong, 15th February, 1911.

In the Matter of the Companies Or- dinances of Hongkong, 1865,

and

In the Matter of the SIAK INDRA- POERA RUBBER CONCESSIONS LIMITED.

AKE notice that at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the above Company convened and held in the rooms of the Shang- hai General Chamber of Commerce No. 1 Yuen Ming Yuen Road Shanghai on Friday 6th January 1911 at 4.30 p.m. it was resolved by the requisite majority :-

"That this Company be wound up volun-

tarily "

and at a subsequent Extraordinary General Meeting convened and held at the same place on Wednesday 25th January 1911 at 4.30 p.m. the said Resolution was duly confirmed and Mr. JOSEPH EADIE BINGHAM of the Firm of LOWE BINGHAM and MATTHEWS No. 11 Yuen Ming Yuen Road was appointed the Liquidator of the Company.

Dated at Shanghai 27th January, 1911.

R. J. MARSHALL. Chairman,

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that Wong Kam FUK of No. 24 Haiphong Road Kow- loon in the Colony of Hongkong trading as the Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory Hosiery Manufacturer has on the 17th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

-

1. The representation of a Chinese fisher- man fishing in a boat half of which is hidden by sonic osiers with the characters) meaning "Fishing Mark" at the top of the pic- ture, the characters (

meaning "Registered Trade Mark

at

the bottom. the characters

(香港金興織造局)

meaning "Hongkong Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory the right hand side and the characters

(拺選上等靚線)

meaning "Selected superior quality nice socks" on the left hand side.

2. The representation of a City Wall with a gate way bearing the Chinese characters (E) meaning "To restore "and with a gate house over which is hoisted a flag bearing the

inscription (利權) meaning

"Benefit and Power".

At the top of the picture are the characters (meaning "City Wall Mark", at the bottom meaning "Regis- tered Trade Mark", on the right hand

side (香港金興織造局)

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Agents for the Applicant.

meaning "Hongkong Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory" and

on the left hund side(揀選上

meaning " Selected

superior quality nice socks".

3. The representation of three Chinese boys the first one carrying a flag bear-

ing the inscription(振典工藝)

2

meaning "To promote industry the second one blowing a trumpet and the third one beating a drum with the characters

(三童嗶)

meaning "The Three Boys Mark" at the top of the picture, the characters ) meaning "Regis. tered Trade Mark" at the bottom,

the characters (香港金典

meaning "Hongkong

Kum Hling Knitting and Weaving

Factory" on the right hand side and

the characters (揀選上等 靚線 meaning "Selected

)

superior quality nice socks" on the left hand side,

in the name of WONG KAM FUK aforesaid who claims to be the sole proprietor thereof.

The Trade Marks are intended to be used by the Applicant in respect of the following goods in the following Class :-

Hosiery, in Class 38.

Facsimiles of such Trade Marks can be seen at the Offices of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and of the undersigned.

Dated the 20th day of January, 1911.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON,

Solicitors for the Applicant.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that W. R. Lox-

NOT

LEY & Co., of Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, have, on the 15th day of Decem- ber, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

1. The representation of a Chinese Boy sitting on the bank of a river and holding in front of him a branch of a tree on which is perched a bird. 2. The representation of a Five pointed

Star.

"L

3. The representation of a 'Cockatoo "

on a perch.

4. The representation of an open Fan on the face of which is a bunch of Flowers. Underneath the Fan are two Diagons.

5. The representation of a Chinese Fairy walking on clouds and holding in his right hand a shoe and in his left a dry rice stalk.

    Trade Mark No. 1 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods

---

Cotton Piece Goods of all kinds in Class 24. Trade Mark No. 2 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

1. Goods manuf. ctured from ivory, bone or wood, not included in other classes.

2 Goods manufactured from straw or

grass, not included in other classes.

3. Goods manufactured from animal and vegetable substances, not included in other classes.

4. Tobacco pipes.

5. Umbrellas, Walking Sticks, Brushes

and Combs.

6. Furniture cream, Plate powder. 7. Tarpaulins, Tents, Rickcloths, Rope,

Twine.

8. Packing and hose of all kinds.

9. Goods not included in the foregoing

classes, in Class 50,

   Trade Mark No. 3 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Substances used as food, or as ingredients

in food, in Class 42.

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Trade Marks Nos. 4 & 5 are intended to be REGULATIONS OF HONGKONG

used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods

-

Articles of Clothing, in Class 38. Facsimiles of such Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong, and also at the Office of the un- dersigned.

Dated the 18th day of December, 1910.

W. R. LOXLEY & CO., York Buildings,

Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of 2 Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that JOHN

WALKER & SONS, LIMITED. of Dunster House, 12. Mark Lane, London, E.C., Eng- land; Distillers, have on the 22nd day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks:-

No. 1.

JOHNNIE WALKER

No. 2.

Old Highland Whisky.

JOHN WALKER & SONS, KILMARNOCK.

in the name of JOHN WALKER & SONS, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark No. I has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since the year 1867, and the Trade Mark No. 2 has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since the year 1880, in respect of Whisky, in Class 43.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigne‹l.

Dated the 12th day of January, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor on behalf of the Applicants.

(INCLUDING BYE-LAWS, RULES, ORDERS-IN-COUNCIL AND PROCLAMATIONS)

made under the

ORDINANCES OF HONGKONG (1844 to 1909) and

in force on 31st March, 1910, (with some Orders-in-Council under Imperial Acts and the Rules of Appeal to the Privy Council) Compiled by

of

F. B. L. BoWLEY,

Crown Solicitor.

In one volume:-Price $25. or 2 vols. interleaved :-Price $27.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. S. 42.-The following Bills were read a first time at a Meeting of the Council held on the 23rd February, 1911 :-

Short title

and con- struction.

Amends sub- section (1)

of section 12 of the Prin- cipal Ordin-

ance.

Repeals sub-

sections 2, 3 and 4 of sec-

tion 12 of the Prin- cipal Ordin-

ance.

Adds a new section to

the Principal Ordinance.

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to amend the Harbour of Refuge

Ordinance, 1909.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1 This Ordinance may be cited as "The Harbour of Refuge Amendment Ordinance, 1911," and shall be read and construed as one with the Harbour of Refuge Ordin- ance, 1909, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. Sub-section (1) of section 12 of the Principal Ordin- ance is hereby amended as follows :-

By the deletion of the word "absolute" in line 16 thereof and by the addition at the end thereof of the following words :--

"and the Director of Public Works shall notify any such claimant in writing of the amount so awarded".

3. Sub-sections 2, 3 and 4 of section 12 of the Principal Ordinance are hereby repealed and the following sub-sec- tions are substituted therefor :-

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(2.) The Governor may instead of awarding any compensation under this section enter into an agreement with any claimant for the compro- mise or settlement of any claim as the Gov- ernor may think fit.

(3.) Whenever any claimant shall be dissatisfied with the compensation awarded by the Gov- ernor under this section such claimant may with- in four weeks from the date of such notification as aforesaid notify the Director of Public Works in writing accordingly, and the Governor shall refer such claim with the particulars thereof to one of the Judges of the Supreme Court. Such Judge shall hear any evidence which either the Director of Public Works or the claimant may wish to tender and, if so desired, hear counsel or solicitors on behalf of the Crown and the claimant and such Judge shall deter- mine the amount of compensation, if any, to be paid to any such claimant for any such injurious affecting as is described in sub section (1) of this section and may award costs in his discre- tion either for or against the Crown or for or against any parties claiming compensation, such costs in case of difference to be settled by the Registrar of the Supreme Court.

(4.) No appeal shall lie from any award or decision of a Judge of the Supreme Court under this section.

4. The following section is hereby added to the Princi- pal Ordinance and shall be read at the end thereof :-

any

13. For the purposes of the hearing of claim- ant for compensation such Judge of the Su- preme Court shall have powers similar to those vested in the Supreme Court on the occasion of any action in respect of the following mat- ters, namely:-

(a) enforcing the attendance of witnesses and examining them upon oath, affirmation or or otherwise;

(b) compelling the production of docu-

ments;

1

and

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(c) punishing persons guilty of contempt; (d) ordering inspection of any premises;

(e) entering upon and viewing of any per-

uises.

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Objects and Reasons.

The Harbour of Refuge Ordinance, 1909, provides that claims for compensation by reason of injury to property from its access to the sea being interfered with by the works authorised shall be in the absolute discretion of the Governor.

His Excellency deems it irregular that such quasi judi- cial power should be placed upon him, who has sanctioned each step taken by the Executive, and when the facts are in dispute and evidence is to be tendered in respect of them it should be the function of a Judicial officer and not the Head of the Executive to decide the question.

The Bill amends the Ordinance by delegating to one of the Judges of the Supreme Court the power of deciding the amount of compensation under the terms of the Ordin- ance to be awarded when a claimant is dissatisfied with the compensation proposed to be awarded by the Governor, and invests in such Judge the necessary powers for the purpose of investigating any such claim.'

A BILL

ENTITLED

W. REES DAVIES, Attorney General.

An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the law

relating to Intoxicating Liquors.

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Liquors Con- Short title. solidation Ordinance, 1910.

2. In this Ordinance :-

"Proof spirit" means a mixture of alcohol and water having a specific gravity of 91984 at 60 degrees Fahrenheit distilled water at the same temperature being taken as unity and containing 49.24 per centum of alcohol by weight or 57.06 per centum by volume. Spirits are described as so many degrees "over proof" or "under proof" according to the quantity of distilled water which must be added or deducted from 100 volumes in order to produce spirit of proof strength.

"Intoxicating liquors " include spirits, liqueurs, wines, beer, stout, porter, cider and perry and all other liquors fit or intended for use as a beverage containing more than two per centum of proof spirit, but shall not include denatured spirits.

Interpreta- tion of terms.

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"Beer" includes ale, porter, stout, cider, perry, spruce beer, black beer, and any other description of beer and shall be construed to extend to any liquor which is made or sold as a description of beer or as a substitute for beer, and which on analysis of a sample thereof at any time shall be found to contain more than two per centum of proof spirit. "Denatured spirits" mean wines and spirits mixed with some substance in such manner as to render the mixture in the opinion of the Principal Civil Medical Officer or other Government Officer unfit for use as a beverage.

"Spirituous liquors " mean intoxicating liqu rs con- taining more than twenty per centum of pure alcohol by weight. "Chinese wines and spirits mean intoxicating liquors of Chinese production or commonly con- sumed by Chinese, including Samshu.

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"Native wines and spirits" mean intoxicating liquors such as are commonly distilled made or prepared in any part of Asia for consumption by other than Europeans.

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"Adulterated liquor" means any liquor mixed or coloured to the prejudice of the purchaser with any ingredient whatever or with water, either so as to increase its bulk and measure or so as injuriously to affect the quality of such liquor or to conceal its inferior quality, or any liquor which is not virtually of the nature and quality demanded by the purchaser or of the liquor which it is labelled as being or purporting to be, whether such adulterated liquor is injurious to health or not. Spirits shall not be considered adulterated if mixed with water only so as not to reduce the strength below twenty-five degrees under proof in the case of brandy, whisky, or rum, or below thirty degrees under proof in the case of gin.

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Duty means the duty from time to time payable by law upon any intoxicating liquors.

"Dutiable liquors" mean intoxicating liquors and native wines and spirits on which the duty has not been paid.

"Pint bottle" and "quart bottle" mean respectively the reputed pint and quart bottles ordinarily used in commerce.

"Gallon" means the imperial gallon or six reputed

quart bottles or twelve reputed pint bottles. In the case of Chinese wines and spirits seven and a half cattics shall be deemed to be the equivalent of the imperial gallon.

"Wholesale" means the sale of intoxicating liquors by the unopened cask, jar, or case, in quantities of not less than two gallons of one liquor at one time, such liquors not to be consumed on the premises. "Retail sale" or "sale by retail" means the sale of liquors in quantities not exceeding two gallons at one time.

"Publican's licence" means a licence to keep an inn or public house for the retail sale therein, but not elsewhere, of intoxicating liquors other than Chinese wines and spirits.

"Hotel keeper's adjunct licence" means a licence to hotel or boarding house keepers for the retail sale of intoxicating liquors for consumption on the premises,--

(a.) to persons residing at the time of sale on

the licensed premises ;

(b) to persons other than such residents, only in the dining room and in conjunction with the regular meals of the establish- ment;

but does not authorise the keeping of a public or private bar.

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"Restaurant adjunct licence" means a licence to restaurateurs for the retail sale, between such hours as the Governor-in-Council may from time

to

time prescribe, of intoxicating liquors for consumption on the premises and ouly in conjunc- tion with a bona fide meal for which a charge of at least thirty cents can be reasonably made; but does not autliorise the keeping of a public or private bar.

"Dealer's licence means a licence to sell intoxicat- ing liquors (Chinese wines and spirits excepted) either wholesale or by the bottle, such liquors not to be consumed on the premises.

"Chinese restaurant licence" means a licence to Chinese restaurateurs for the retail sale to persons of Chinese race only of intoxicating liquors in con- nection with a bonâ fide meal for which a charge of at least 30 cents can be reasonably made, such liquors to be consumed either on the premises or in conjunction with meals sent out, but not otherwise, and it does not authorize the keeping of a public or private bar.

means a

"Chinese wine and spirit shop licence'

licence to sell Chinese wines and spirits by retail or wholesale, such liquors not to be cousumed on the premises.

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Eating-house licence" means a licence for the keeping of any eating-house, coffee house, or other similar house where no intoxicating liquors are sold on the premises.

Brewery liceace" means a licence to sell beer not

to be consumed on the premises.

"Public house" means any house or place of enter- tainment where intoxicating liquors are sold by retail and may be consumed on the premises, but does not include any place of entertainment kept under an adjunct licence or a Chinese restaurant licence.

"Barmaid" means any woman other than the licensee (if a woman) or the wife of a licensee who is em- ployed to sell intoxicating liquors behind a bar or within any licensed premises.

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King's warehouse" means a warehouse or place of security appointed by the Governor-in-Council for the warehousing of dutiable liquors.

"Licensed warehouse" means a place licensed by the Superintendent with the approval of the Governor for the warehousing of dutiable liquors, "Import" with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions means to bring or cause to be brought into the Colony and the waters thereof either by land or sea.

"Export" with its grammatical variations and cognate expressions means to take or cause to be taken out of the Colony and the waters thereof by land or by sea.

"Ship" means any steam or sailing vessel, motor boat, junk, boat, sampan or any kind of craft used or adapted to be used either for the conveyance of persons or things by water or for occupation by persons or storage of things whether afloat or not. "Superintendent means the Superintendent of

Imports and Exports.

"Revenue Officer" means any person appointed to act as Revenue Officer under the provisions of this Ordinance.

"Native Revenue Officer" means any Revenue Officer

not of European race.

Colony "includes the New Territories.

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"The New Territories" mean the additional territories acquired under the Convention dated the 9th day of June, 1898, between Her Majesty Queen Victoria and His Majesty the Emperor of China for the enlargement of the limits of the Colony including the city of Kowloon.

Prohibition

PART I.-LICENCES.

Distillery Licences.

3.-(1.) No person shall make, distil, or rectify any of distilling spirits, or shall knowingly keep or have in his possession any still or other utensil or apparatus for making, distill- ing, or rectifying spirits, without a licence under this Ordinance.

without

licence and provision

for issue of distilling licence.

First

Schedule:

(2.) The Captain Superintendent of Police may issue distillery licences, in the Form No. 1 in the First Form No. 1. Schedule to this Ordinance, on each of which licences the fee specified in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance shall be payable in advance.

Second Schedule.

Issue of free licence for

apothecary,

chemist, or druggist to

have still of eight gallons capacity.

Distilling,

&c. adulter- ated liquor.

(3.) Such conditions as the Governor-in-Council may from time to time determine may be added to such licences.

(4) Every licensed distiller may sell the liquor which he distils, but only in quantities of not less than two galloas of one liquor at one time, and such liquor so sold must not be consumed on the premises.

(5.) Every holder of a distillery licence under this Ordinance or under the New Territories Regulation Or- dinance, 1910, shall permit the Superintendent or any Revenue Officer to enter the premises in which distillation is being carried on at any time during the process of such distillation.

4.-(1.). It shall be lawful for the Captain Superintend- ent of Police to issue a licence, free of all charge, to any apothecary, chemist or druggist applying for the same, to keep and use on his premises a still of not more than eight gallons capacity for the purpose of his trade only: Provided that every such person shall give a bond to the Captain Superintendent of Police, with two sufficient sureties, in the sum of one thousand dollars, that the still shall not exceed eight gallons capacity, and that he will not make use of such still, or suffer it to be made use of, except for the preparation of medicines or other articles required bona fide for medical or scientific purposes.

(2.) Every such person found to have sech still without having entered into such bond and obtained such licence shall be deemed to be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

5.-(1.) Every person who distils, makes, imports, sells, disposes of, or deals in any adulterated liquor shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance, and, if such adulterated liquor is proved to the satisfaction of a Magistrate to be injurious to health, he shall, on a second conviction, be liable to imprisonment, with or without hard labour, for any term not exceeding six mouths, besides any other penalties to which he may be liable under this Ordinance.

(2.) No person shall be convicted u der this section if he shows, to the satisfaction of the Magistrate before whom he is charged, that he did not know that the liquor imported, sold, disposed of, or dealt in by him was adulterated, and that he could not have known it with any reasonable diligence.

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Sale of Intoxicating Liquors.

6.(1.) No person shall sell or dispose of, or advertise Prohibition or expose for sale, ang intoxicating liquor, either by of sale of

                 liquor with- wholesale or retail, within the Colony, or shall permit or

                       out licence. suffer any such intoxicating liquor to be sold or disposed of, or advertised or exposed for sale, in his house or other place within the Colony, without the appropriate licence under this Ordinance.

(2.) The delivery of any intoxicating liquor shall be taken, in any proceeding under this Ördinance, to be primâ facie evidence of sale and that money or other consideration was given for the same.

(3.) No person shall for and on behalf of any other person or persons who are not licensed to deal in or sell intoxicating liquor within the Colony accept or receive orders for, or import on commission or act as agent for the import of any intoxicating liquor into the Colony in quantities exceeding two gallons at one time without an appropriate licence under this Ordinance under which the licensee is permitted to sell such liquor as a dealer.

sale of

7. The holder of a Chinese wine and spirit shop licence Wholesale may also sell Chinese wines and spirits wholesale; but no and retail person shall sell intoxicating liquors by retail without a licence to that effect, and this section shall apply to all liquor. retail sales of liquor to any person on pretence that he is a customer for other goods, as well as to all sales of quantities exceeding two gallons with an understanding that part is to be returned, and generally to any act whatever which, under whatever pretence, constitutes a retail sale of intoxi- cating liquor.

Temporary Licences.

8. The Colonial Treasurer may at any time issue to any Issue of holder of a publican's or adjunct licence a temporary temporary licence for the sale of liquors at any public entertainment licence. or on any public occasion, on payment of such fee, in cach case, as to the Governor may seem fit.

Publican's, Restaurant Adjunct Licences and Hotel

Keeper's Adjunct Licences.

9.- (1.) All applications for the granting or transfer of Application licenees shall be made to a Board of Licensing Justices, for licences Such Board shall consist of a Chairman and Vice-Chair- to be made

to Licensing man appointed by the Governor and of five other Justices Board. two of whom shall be appointed by the Governor and three be elected by the Justices of the Peace from among their number. Of the four Justices appointed by the Gov- ernor two shall be official and two shall be un-official Jus- tices. The Members of the Board shall hold office for three years. Five Justices shall be a quorum. The First Clerk in the Magistracy at Hongkong shall be ex-officio Secretary to the Board.

(2.) If any Licensing Justice appointed by the Governor shall die or be absent from the Colony or resign his seat the Governor may appoint another Justice to be a Member of the Board in the place of such Licensing Justice. Such Justice shall case to be a Member of the Board if the Member in whose place he was appointed shall return to to the Colony.

(3.) If an elected Justice shall die or be absent from the Colony or resign his seat the vacancy may be filled either substantially or ad interim, as the case may be, by election in the manner hereinafter provided.

10. The mode of election of the Licensing Justices not Mode of appointed by the Governor, the proceedings incident election of thereto, and other matters relating to the election of the Licensing said Licensing Justices, shall be governed by rules made. by the Governor-in-Council, who may from time to time. add to, vary or revoke any of the said rules.

Justices.

Mode of deciding application.

Application for public- an's or ad- junct licence.

Decision of Licensing Board subject to

appeal to Governor- iu-Council.

Applications refused not to be renew-

ed within

twelve

months.

Advertise-

ment of application.

Issue of

fees.

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11. All questions arising at any meeting of the Board shall be determined by a majority of votes of the Justices present. In the case of an equality of votes the Chairman shall have a second or casting vote.

12. Every person desirous of obtaining a publican's or an adjunct licence shall make application in writing to such Licensing Board in the Form No. 2 or the Form No. 3 in the First Schedule to this Ordinance accor ling to the nature of the licence required. Such application shall state the name and address of the applicant, his nationality, the period or periods, if any, during which he has pre- viously held a licence, and the address and the proposed name or sign of the premises in respect of which a liesace is desired.

13. The said Licensing Board may refuse such appli- cation or they may accept it absolutely or subject to con- ditions. The applicant or twenty householders within a radius of quarter of a mile of the premises licensed or to be licensed shall be entitled to appeal to the Governor-in- Council with respect to any decision of such Board under

this section.

14. In the event of the refusal of an application by the Licensing Board the applicant shall not be entitled to make another application in respect of the same premises within a period of twelve months from the original appli-

cation.

15. The said Licensing Board shall in every case at least one week previous to the acceptance of an applical- ton cause advertisement to be made in the Gazette and in' one local newspaper at the expense of the applicant setting forth the name and address of the applicant and the proposed name or sign of the premises in respect of which a licence is desired.

16. As soon as may be after the acceptance of an ap- licences and plication the said Licensing Board shall notify the Colo- nial Treasurer thereof: whereupon the Colonial Treasurer shall, upon payment of the fee specified in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance, issue to the applicant a licence in the Forin No. 4, the Form No. 5 or Form No. 6 in the First Schedule to this Ordinance according to the nature of the licence applied for.

Duration of licence.

Transfer of licence.

17. Every publican's or adjunct licence shall be valid. only until the thirtieth day of November next following the date on which it is granted: Provided always thatt where this period is less than a year, a proportionate part only of the aforesaid fee shall be charged, to which (excepl in the case of the transfer of a licence) ten per cent. shal be added.

Transfer of Publican's and Adjunct Licences.

18. The said Licensing Board may, in their discretion. and subject to payment of the fee specified in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance, direct the transfer, in respect of the same premises, of any publican's or adjunct licence to the nominee of the original holder of such licence, such nominee making a like application as if applying for a licence on his own behalf. A note of such transfer shall be endorsed by the Colonial Treasurer upon the licence. The applicant or twenty householders within a radius of quarter of a mile of the premises licensed or to be licensed shall be entitled to appeal to the Governor-in- Council with respect to any decision of such Board under this section.

Provision for

Death or Insolvency of Licensee.

19. In case of the death or insolvency of any person case of death holding a publican's or an adjunct licence under this orinsolvency Ordinance, the exceutor or administrator or trustee of such licensee may carry on the business of such licensed house until the expiration of the licence, subject in every respect

of licensee.

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Removal of Business.

20. The said Licensing Board may refuse to allow Removal of the business licensed under a publican's licence or an ad- business. junct licence to be removed to other premises or they may permit such removal subject to the payment of the fee specified in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance. A note

of the grant of such permission shall be endorsed by the Colonial Treasurer on the licence. The applicant or twenty householders within a radius of quarter of a mile of the premises to which the applicant desires to transfer shall be entitled to appeal to the Governor-in-Council with respect to any decision of such Board under this section.

Regulation of Business.

21. Every licensed publican or adjunct licensee shall Affixing of have his full name painted in legible letters at least three sign by nches long, with the words "Licensed to retail intoxica- licensee, &c. ting liquors" constantly and permanently remaining, and plainly to be seen and read, on some conspicuous part of his house; and no person not actually holding a publi- can's licence or adjunct licence (except the keeper of a Chinese wine and spirit shop or the holder of a Chinese restaurant licence as hereinafter provided) shall keep up any sign, writing, painting, or other niark which may imply or give reasonable cause to believe that his premises are licensed for retail or barter of intoxicating liquors or that such liquors are sold, served, or retailed therein.

22. The business of every licensed publican or adjunct Regulations licensee shall be carried on subject to the following relating to regulations :---

(1.) No liquor shall be sold or drunk upon any li-

censed premises except between the hours of eight o'clock in the morning and twelve o'clock midnight. Provided that the Gov- ernor-in-Council may by Order from time to time alter such hours as aforesaid;

(2.) No disorder shall be permitted on the pre-

mises ;

(3.) No person shall be allowed to become drunk on the premises, nor shall liquor be supplied to any person who is drunk;

(4.) No game of chance shall be played on the

premises;

(5.) A decent and suitable privy and urinal shall be maintained in a state of cleanliness and good repair for the use of customers; (6.) The licensee shall not abandon the occupation of his house or permit any other person to become virtually the keeper thereof; (7.) The licensee shall not employ any person to sell or dispose of any liquors outside of his licensed premises, nor shall he allow or suffer any liquors to be so disposed of on his account; (8.) The licensee shall not employ any barmaid in

his licensed premises ;

(9.) The standard of quality of spirits as fixed by the Governor-in-Council shall be declared on the label of each bottle.

It shall be lawful for the Governor-in-Council from time to time to add to, alter, amend or repeal the regula- tions contained in this section.

business.

23. No licensed publican or adjunct licensee shall Restriction maintain any

action for, or recover any debt or demand on of right of account of, intoxicating liquor, unless such debt has bond action for fide been contracted at one time to the amount of five liquor sold. dollars or upwards, nor shall any item in any account for such liquor be allowed where the liquor bonâ fide delivered at one time does not amount to the full sum of five dollars, nor shall any claim be allowed against any seaman or soldier in His Majesty's Service for debt for intoxicating. liquor supplied: Provided always that nothing herein

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Prohibition of taking pledge for liquor.

Measures or

weights for sale of liquor.

Power

to search suspected premises.

Drinking in unlicensed

place.

Prohibition

of payment of journey- men, etc., at place

where liquor

is sold.

General powers of Police.

Issue of dealers' licences.

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contained shall extend to prevent any innkeeper from keeping an account with a lodger in which any charge for liquors may be included, and recovering the amount thereof in a Court of Justice.

General Provisions.

24. No person licensed under this. Ordinance shall take or receive in payment or pledge for liquor or any enter- tainment whatever supplied in or out of his house any article or thing whatever, except money.

25. Every person licensed under this Ordinance shall sell and dispose of his liquors by the measures or weiglits legalized in this Colony and not otherwise, except when the quantity is less than half a pint or except when the liquor is sold in bottles, and shall also measure or weigh such liquors in the presence of any customer who may require him to do so.

26. If any person is convicted of unlawfully retailing any intoxicating liquor, the house and premises of such person and the house, lodging, shop, or warehouse where such offence has been committed, and any court or yard connected therewith shall be liable to be searched, at any time of the day or night, by any Police officer, with or without a warrant, for six months next after such convic- tion, provided that the same or any part thereof is then occupied by the person so convicted."

27. Whenever any Police officer finds any person drinking in any place in which any intoxicating liquor is sold or disposed of by retail, and the licence for such sale is not, on demand, produced to such Police officer, it shall be lawful for such Police officer to apprehend all such persons so found drinking there; and every such person so found drinking shall, if such place is in fact unlicensed, forfeit and pay, on summary conviction, for every such offence a sum not exceeding twenty dollars, unless such person informs against such unlicensed person or volun- tarily becomes a witness against him, in respect of such act of selling and retailing.

28. No master or other person employing journeymen, workmen, servants, or labourers, and not being the licensed keeper of a house in which any intoxicating liquor is sold or disposed of by retail, shall pay or cause any payment to be made to any such journeyman, workman, servant, or labourer in or at any such house.

29.-(1.) Every person licensed under this Ordinance shall produce his licence to any Police officer, on being re- quired to do so.

(2.) Any European officer of Police shall have free access to every part of any house licensed under any of the Sections 16, 33 and 34 at any hour of the night or day.

Dealers' Licences.

30.-(1.) Every person desirous of obtaining a dealer's licence to sell intoxicating liquors shall apply to the Colonial Treasurer, who may, in his discretion, grant to the applicant a licence in the Form No. 7 in the First Schedule to Form No. 7. Ordinance, upon payment of the appropriate fee specified

in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance.

First

Schedule:

Making of regulations and condi- tions.

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(2.) Such licence may be renewed annually on like conditions.

31.-(1.) It shall be lawful for the Governor-in-Council from time to time to make, alter, amend, and repeal regula- tions and conditions for the granting of a dealer's licence.

(2.) Such regulations or conditions may require the pre- viding by applicants of one or more sureties, may alter the scale of fees, and may regulate the times of commencement and expiry of such licences, the hours and conditions of sale, and all other matters connected with such licences. (3.) All such regulations shall be published in the Gazette in English and in Chinese.

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Chinese Wine and Spirit Shop Licences.

Issue and transfer of

32.-(1.) The Captain Superintendent of Police may Chinese grant a licence, in the Form No. 8 in the First Schedule to wine and this Ordinance, to any person to sell Chinese wines and spirit shop spirits, by retail and wholesale, such Chinese wines and licence. spirits not to be consumed on the premises where they are sold.

(2.) The holder of any such licence shall exhibit con- spicuously and permanently in front of his licensed place of business, his name and the number and the nature of such licence, on a sign, the size and design of which shall be approved by the Captain Superintendent of Police.

(3.) The fee for such licence shall be that specified in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance, and shall be paid to the Colonial Treasurer.

First Schedule: Form No. 8.

(4.) The Captian Superintendent of Police may permit First the transfer of any such licence, in the Form No. 9 in the Schedule: First Schedule to this Ordinance.

Chinese Restaurant Licences.

Form No. 9.

33.-(1.) Application for Chinese restaurant licences Applications shall be made to the Registrar General.

for (hinese restaurant licences.

Form No. 10.

(2.) The Registrar General, after referring such applica- First tions to the Captain Superintendent of Police, may in his Schedule: discretion and with the concurrence of the Captain Super- intendent of Police, grant a licence, in the Form No. 10 in the First Schedule to this Ordinance.

Schedule.

(3.) The fee for such licence shall be according to the Second scale set forth in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance, and shall be paid to the Colonial Treasurer before the issue of the licence.

(4.) The holder of such licence shall exhibit con- spicuously and permanently in front of his licensed place of business, his name and the number and nature of such licence, on a sign, the size and design of which shall be approved by the Captain Superintendent of Police.

(5.) Sub-sections (1), (2), (3), (5), (6) and (8) of Section 22 shall apply to the business carried on under a Chinese restaurant licence. Provided that the Governor-in-Council may from time to time add to, alter, amend or repeal regulations or conditions on the granting of a Chinese restaurant licence.

(6.) In case of the death or insolvency of any holder of a Chinese restaurant licence, the executor or administrator or trustee (as the case may be) of such licensee may carry on the business until the expiration of the then current licence, subject to all the same regulations as the original licensee.

(7.) The Registrar General may, in his discretion, First permit the transfer of any such licence, in the Form No. 11 Schedule: in the First Schedule to this Ordinance.

Licences for Eating-houses.

Form No. 11.

houses.

34.-(1.) Eating-house licences shall be granted by Eating- the Colonial Treasurer in the Form No. 12 in the First Schedule to this Ordinance upon payment of the fee specified in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance.

First Schedule: Form No. 12. Second

(2.) Such conditions as the Governor-in-Council may Schedule. determine may be added to any licence granted under this section, and no intoxicationg liquor shall be sold or opium smoked on such premises.

(3.) The Colonial Treasurer may, in his discretion, permit the transfer of such licence, and such transfer shall be by the indorsement of the Colonial Treasurer.

conduct in

35.-No person licensed under the last preceding sec- Prohibition tion shall knowingly or wilfully permit disorderly conduct of disorderly in his house or other place of entertainment, or knowingly licensed suffer any unlawful game or gaming therein, or knowingly eating-house. permit or suffer any prostitute to frequent such house or other place or to remain therein.

Brewery licences.

Saving as to sale of liquor by licensed auctioneer.

Legislative Council empowered to alter all licence fees.

Governor-in- Council empowered to create

new forms of licence.

Provision for transfer of powers and

duties of the

Colonial Secretary to other officers.

Duties.

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Brewery Licences.

36.-(1.) The Governor-in-Council may from time to time make, alter, amend, and repeal regulations and con- ditions for the grant of brewery licences and beer sold under such licence shall not be consumed on the premises.

(2.) Such regulations or conditions may prescribe a scale of fees in respect of such licences and may regulate the times and commencement and expiry of such licences, the conditions of sale and all other matters connected with such licences.

(3.) All such regulations shall be published in the Gazette in English and in Chinese.

Sale of Liquor by Licensed Auctioners.

37. Nothing in this Ordinance shall render it illegal for an auctioneer, holding an auctioneer's licence, to sell intoxicating liquor by auction, without any licence under this Ordinance, upon his own premises for a principal holding an appropriate liquor licence, or upon premises in in respect of which his principal holds an appropriate licence authorizing such principal to sell such intoxicating liquor, or in cases where such liquor is the property of the Imperial or Local Government, or forms part of the estate of a bankrupt or deceased person, or is sold by order of Court, or where, in any particular case, on application made, the Colonial Secretary grants permission for such sale by auction, whether upon licensed premises or else- where.

Licences by Resolution of Legislative Council.

38. The Legislative Council by resolution may from time to time alter or amend any of the fees prescribed under this Ordinance in respect of all or any of the licences therein mentioned and may at any time substitute in whole or in part a schedule of fees for that contained in the Second Schedule to this Ordinance.

Special Forms of Licence by Governor-in-Council.

39. In addition to the sundry forms of licences authorised by this Ordinance and notwithstanding anything herein. contained it shall be lawful for the Governor-in-Council at any time hereafter to grant any similar licences in such form and subject to such terms and conditions in all respects as he may determine and subject to the payment of such fees as may be prescribed in such licences.

Transfer of Duties of Colonial Secretary by

Governor-in-Council,

40. It shall be lawful for the Governor-in-Council by notification to be published in the Gazette from time to time to appoint such officer as he may think fit to exercise all or any of the duties in connection with the issue of licences which are under this Ordinance vested in the Captain Superintendent of Police, the Register General or or other officer of the Government,

PART II.--DUTIES. Duty.

41.-(1.) There shall be paid upon intoxicating liquors hereafter imported into distilled made or prepared in the Colony the duties following; namely:-

On all brandy and liqueurs,..... On all whisky,

On all gin, rum and other spir-

ituous liquors,

On all champagnes and other

sparkling wines,

On all port, sherry and madeira, On all other still wines in bottle, On all other still wines in wood, On all other intoxicating liquors excepting spirits of wine and native wines and spirits...... On all spirits of wine and arrack,

$3.60 per gallon.

$2.40 per gallon.

$1.20 per gallon.

$2.40 per gallon. $1.80 per gallon. $1.20 per gallon. $0.60 per gallon.

$0.24 per gallon. $3.00 per gallon.

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On all native wines and spirits :-

(a.) 80.15 cents a gallon on the native liquors known as Liu Pun and Sheung Ching and on the following sweetened, prepared

and medicated wines :-

No Mai Tsan, Hak No Mai, Mau Kan, Yuk Lau, Ning Mun Tsan, Tsing Mui, Muk Kwa, Sun Fung, Wu Tan, Shüt Li Tsau, Sam Kat, Lung San Tsan, Tei Kuk, Sam Pin, Tit Ta, Fung Shap and Wai Shang.

All such liquor shall contain not more than 25% of alcohol by weight.

(b.) $0.20 cents a gallon on the native liquor known as Sam Ching, containing not more than 35% of alcohol by weight.

(c.) $0.25 a gallon on the native liquor knowa as Fa Tsau and on the following sweet- ened, prepared or medicated wines:-

Ng Ka Pei, Mui Kwai Lo, Sz Kwok Kung, Fu Kwat Muk Kwa, Yan Chan Lo, and Ko Leung Kon, All such liquor shall contain not more than 45% of alcohol by weight.

(a.) $0.35 a gallon on the native liquor known as Fan Tsan, if containing 50% or under of alcohol by weight, with the addition of of two cents for every one per centum between 50% and 55% of alcohol by weight.

(e.) $0.50 cents a gallon with the addition of eight cents for every one per centum above 55% of alcohol by weight on any native liquor containing above 55% of alcohol by weight.

() $0.05 per gallon on all native liquor distilled in the New Territories, not in- cluding New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau, for consumption in the said Territories.

Provided always that

(1.) On native wines and spirits declared or labelled as belonging to any of the above divisions the appropriate duty therein laid down shall be paid except that on any native liquor however declared or labelled found by the Government Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint in that behalf to contain more alcohol than is permit- ted in the division to which it is declared or labelled as belonging there shall be paid the appropriate duty of the division in which the amount of alcohol found has placed it each division in such case shall represent native liquor of the limit of strength in alcohol therein stated and irrespective of any definition or description of such liquor, and on any native wines and spirits not declared or labelled as belonging to any division there shall be paid the duty appropriate to the division in which the amount of alcohol found by the Government Analyst or such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint on that behalf has placed it.

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When con-

tracts have

into before

17th Septem- ber, 1909, amount of duty to be added to price.

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(2.) Stills in the New Territories (not including New Kowloon and the Island of Cheung Chau) shall be probibited from sending liquor pro- duced in these stills to Hongkong or to New Kowloon: provided that any licensee of a distillery who desires to send such liquor to Hongkong or New Kowloon may be granted a permit to do so, upon payment of the duties charged in Hongkong or New Kowloon.

(3.) On intoxicating liquors, other than spirits of wine, arrack and native wines and spirits, imported into, distilled, made or prepared in the Colony above proof strength there shall be paid an additional duty of 4 cents for every degree above proof in the case of brandy, 3 cents for every degree above proof in the case. of whisky, and 2 cents for every degree above proof in the case of any other liquor.

It shall be lawful for the Legislative Council at any time by resolution to alter or amend all or any of the foregoing duties.

(2.) The duty upon intoxicating liquors imported by sea shall be payable-

(a.) if such liquors are not forthwith in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance removed into a King's or licensed warehouse or into another ship

before the removal of them from the ship in which they are imported;

(b.) if such liquors are forthwith removed into a

King's or licensed warehouse

before the removal of them from such King's or licensed warehouse, unless such removal is for export or into another King's or licensed warehouse.

(3.) The duty upon intoxicating liquors distilled made or prepared in the Colony shall be payable before the removal of such liquors from the factory or place in which they are distilled made or prepared unless such removal is for export or into a King's warehouse or licensed ware-

house.

42. When any written contract for the sale of intoxicat- ing liquors entered into before the 17th September, 1909, been entered contains no reference to the payment of customs duties the seller shall be deemed to have duly carried out his part of the contract upon his giving to the purchaser the necessary facilities to enable the purchaser to obtain a permit for the removal of the liquors under the provisions of Sections 47, 48, 50 or 61 of this Ordinance; and the purchaser shall pay the duty (if any) payable in respect of such liquors and also any additional charges for landing, storing, or denaturing such liquors occasioned by the operation of this Ordinance and not provided for in the contract, and if any of such additional charges are paid by the seller in the first instance the amount so paid may be added to the contract price for the liquors, and be recovered by the seller from the purchaser as if the same formed part of the contract price.

Provision

for sale

of goods duty paid when duties

43.-(1.) Where any new duty is hereafter imposed, or for contracts where any duty is hereafter increased, and any goods in respect of which the duty is payable are delivered after the day on which the new or increased duty takes effect in pursuance of a contract made before that day, the seller of the goods may, in the absence of agreement to the contrary, recover, as an addition to the contract price, a sum equal to any amount paid by him in respect of the goods on account of the new duty or the increase of duty, as the case may be.

altered or repealed.

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(2.) Where any duty is hereafter repealed or decreased, and any goods affected by the duty are delivered after the day on which the duty ceases or the decrease in the duty takes effect in pursuance of a contract made before that day, the purchaser of the goods, in the absence of agreement to the contrary, may, if the seller of the goods has had in respect of those goods the benefit of the repeal or decrease of the duty, deduct from the contract price a sum equal to the amount of the duty or decrease of duty, as the case may be.

(3.) Where any addition to or deduction from the con- tract price may be made under this section on account of any new or repealed duty, such sum as may be agreed upon or in default of agreement determined by the Superintend ent as representing in the case of a new duty any new expenses incurred, and in the case of a repealed duty any expenses saved, may be included in the addition to or deduction from the contract price, and may be recovered or deducted accordingly.

(4.) This section applies although the goods have under- gone a process of manufacture or preparation, or have become a part or ingredient of other goods.

Naval and

44.-(1.) An allowance to be termed an "Import Al- Rebate to lowance" may be paid annually, out of the public revenue Military of the Colony, as a rebate in whole or part of the duties Authorities. paid on intoxicating liquors, as follows:--

(a.) to the Naval Authorities, in respect of the duties paid on intoxicating liquors (not being Naval Stores the property of His Majesty) consumed at the Royal Naval Canteen; at the Officers' Mess at the Royal Naval Hospital and at the Engineers' Mess in His Majesty's Dockyard;

(6.) to the Military Authorities in respect of the duties paid on intoxicating liquors (not being Military Stores the property of His Majesty) consumed at Head Quarters House and the Military Messes and Canteens in the Colony, or purchased by married officers or men borne on the strength of the Garrison for their own con- sumption.

(2.) The amount of the allowance shall be fixed each year by Resolution of the Legislative Council or other- wise as the Legislative Council may by Resolution deter-

mine.

(3.) The receipt of the Senior Naval Officer for the time being in Hongkong and the receipt of the Officer Com- manding the Garrison shall respectively be sufficient dis- charges for the payment of any allowance.

(4.) The allowance paid to the Naval and Military Authorities shall be distributed by the said Authorities amongst His Majesty's Naval and Military Forces in the Colony in such manner as the Officers Commanding the said Forces may direct, but no part of such allowance shall be used or applied for the purpose of reducing prices or expenses in any canteen.

Import and Export of Intoxicating Liquors.

45.--(1.) No person shall import or export dutiable Restrictions liquors or denatured spirits except into or from such ports on import or places as may be specified by the Governor and notified and export.

in the Gazette.

(2.) No person shall import or export dutiable liquors. or denatured spirits by land except under and in accordance with such regulations and restrictions as may from time to time be prescribed by the Governor-in-Council under this Ordinance.

46. No master of any ship shall allow any dutiable Shipmaster liquors or denatured spirits to be discharged froin his ship not to allow without a permit from the Superintendent as hereinafter discharge of provided unless such liquors or spirits are received by the keeper of a King's warehouse and forthwith stored in King's warehouse.

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dutiable liquors etc. without a

permit, un- less to keeper

of King's warehouse.

Dutiable

liquors not to be remov-

ed from a

ship without

a permit, except by keeper of King's warehouse.

Issue of

permit in

cases where

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47.--(1.) No person except the keeper of a King's ware- house shall remove any dutiable liquors from any ship in which the same may have been imported without a permit in the Form No. 4 in the Third Schedule to this Ordinance in the case of liquors on which duty is to be paid before such removal, or in the Form No. 5 in the said Schedule in the case of liquors to be stored in a King's or licensed ware- house and except in accordance with the conditions in such permit contained.

(2.) In the case of liquors on which duty is to be paid before such removal the Superintendent shall upon receiv- duty is pail ing a requisition therefor in the Form No. 1 in the said Schedule issue a permit in the Form No. 4 in the said Schedule authorising the removal of such liquors on the conditions stated in such permit.

before

remioval.

Issue of permit for removal to King's warehouse.

Denatured

spirits not to

be removed

from a ship

without a permit, except by keeper of

King's

warehouse.

Conditions of issue of permit.

(3.) In the case of liquors to be stored in a King's or licensed warehouse the Superintendent shall upon receiv- ing a requisition therefor in the Form No. 2 in the said Schedule issue a permit in the Form No. 5 in the said Schedule authorising the removal of such liquors on the conditions stated in such permit.

Provided that before issuing any permit under this section the Superintendent may demand the production of any invoices, bills of lading or other documents relating to the liquors in respect of which such requisition has been received and the person making the requisition shall on such demand produce the same.

48.-(1.) No person except the keeper of a King's warehouse shall remove any denatured spirits from any ship in which the same may have been imported without permit in the Form No. 6 in the Third Schedule to this Ordinance and except in accordance with the conditions in such permit contained.

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(2.) Such permit shall be issued by the Superintendent on the conditions stated therein upon receiving a requisi- tion therefor in the Form No. 3 in the said Schedule and shall not be granted except upon condition that such spirits shall be placed in a King's or licensed warehouse pending the production of proof by the master or agent of the ship or the importer of such spirits to the satisfaction. of the Government Analyst or of such person as the Governor may from time to time appoint in that behalf that such spirits are denatured spirits within the meaning

of this Ordinance.

Receipt by 49. The Superintendent shall grant a receipt in the Superintend- Form No. 7 in the Third Schedule to this Ordinance for ent for all

any sum receive by him in respect of any duty upon duty paid.

intoxicating liquors on which duty is payable.

Removal of dutiable liquors for exportation.

Foruc of permit and endorsement by master or

mate.

Permit may be refused until 72

hours before ship leaves.

50.-(1.) No person intending to export dutiable liquors shall remove the same for exportation from any King's or licensed warehouse where they may be stored without a permit in the Form No. 9 in the Third Schedule to this Ordinance and except in accordance with the conditions in such permit contained.

(2.) Such permit shall be issued by the Superintendent upon receipt of & requisition in the Form No. 8 in the said Schedule and such permit shall be furnished in duplicate and one copy thereof shall be delivered to the keeper of such King's or licensed warehouse and the exporter shall on shipping such liquors procure a receipt for the same. signed by the master or mate of the ship in which the liquors are to be exported to be endorsed on the duplicate copy of such permit, and shall forthwith deliver such duplicate copy and receipt to the Superintendent.

(3.) The Superintendent may refuse to issue any permit to export dutiable liquors by any ship until 72 hours before such ship may be intending to leave the port.

Provided that before issuing any permit under this section the Superintendent may demand the production of any shipping orders, bills of lading or other documents relating to the liquors in respect of which such requisition has been received and the person making the requisition

shall on such demand produce the same.

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51. No dutiable liquors shall be removed for export Datiable from the King's or licensed warehouse in which they may liquors not be stored except in closed cases or vessels each containing to be not less than two gallons or the reputed equivalent of two removed for gallons.

exportation

except in closed cases.

export.

52. No dutiable liquors except such as are exported Dutiable to one consignee in one consignment in quantities of not liquors to be less than forty gallons if in cask or the reputed equivalent marked for thereof if in bottles shall be removed from any King's or licensed warehouse for export unless the cases or vessels containing the same shall be clearly and permanently marked by stencil or otherwise ou at least three sides in letters not less than three inches long with the words

For Export".

53. The master owner or agent of any ship by which Master owner dutiable liquors may be imported shall within four hours or agent of after the arrival of such ship or as soon thereafter as ship to fur- nish parti- the office of the Superintendent shall be open furnish to culars of the Superintendent a true and correct statement of all import to Su- dutiable liquors imported therein.

perintendent.

54. The owner or agent of any ship by which dutiable owner or liquors may be exported shall within twenty-four hours of agent of sp the time of the departure of such ship turnish to the to furnish Superintendent a true and correct statement of all dutiable Partiendas

                     of export to liquors exported therein which may have been entered on Superin- the ship's manifest or for the receipt of which for export tendent. such owners or agents or any persons acting on their be- half may have issued a receipt to any person.

55. Any person who has obtained a permit to move any Permit not liquors from any ship or to remove any liquors for export- used to be ation and has not availed himself thereof on the day returned in stated therein shall within twenty-four hours from such twenty-four date or as soon thereafter as the Superintendent's Office may be open for business retain such permit to such office.

hours.

Liquors ship-

permit not

56. No person shall reland or permit the relunding of bed under a any liquors shipped under any permit or knowingly neglect to be re- or omit to cause such liquors to be exported in accordance landed. with the terms of such permit.

Storage of Dutiable Liquors.

57. The Governor-in-Council may from time to time King's ware- approve and appoint warehouses or places of security to be houses. King's warehouses for the warehousing of dutiable liquors and may from time to time revoke such approval and there- upon all dutiable liquors warehoused in a King's ware- house of which the approval has been revoked shall be re- moved as the Governor may direct.

53. (1) The Superintendent may from time to time Licensed with the approval of the Governor grant licences for the warehouse. warehousing of duriable liquors in places to be specified in such licences and to be called licensed warehouses and the Governor may at any time cancel any such licence and thereupon all dutiable liquors warehoused in a licensed warehouse the licence of which has been cancelled shall be removed as the Governor may direct.

(2.) The fee for such licence shall be two hundred and fifty dollars per annum, or such other sum as the Legislative Council may by resolution from time to time direct, but no fee shall be charged for a licence granted to the Naval or Military Authorities for Naval or Military purposes.

(3.) No such licence shall be transferable without the consent of the Governor.

houses.

59.--(1.) The keeper of any King's warehouse and the Inspection licensee of any licensed warehouse shall at all times during of ware- the usual business hours allow the Superintendent or any prescribed revenue officer to enter such warehouse and to inspect the books to be stocks of liquors kept therein and to take samples thereof kept. and to inspect and make copies of and extracts from any books of account kept in connection therewith.

No person to

keep dutia ble liquors except in King's or license d warehouse.

No person to

have in his

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(2.) The keeper of any King's warehouse and the licen- see of any licensed warehouse shall at all times keep proper books showing such particulars of all dutiable liquors ware- housed therein and of all liquors removed therefrom as shall be prescribed by regulations from time to time to be made under this Ordinance by the Governor-in-Council.

(3.) The keeper of a King's warehouse and the licensee of a licensed warehouse shall be liable to the Superin- tendent for the payment of any duties which may become payable in respect of the dutiable liquors warehoused in such King's or licensed warehouse and shall prevent the removal of dutiable liquors and denatured spirits from such King's or licensed warehouse except in accordance with the provisions of Section 61.

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60.-(1.) No person shall store or keep or have in his possession or control any dutiable liquors except in King's or licensed warehouse or in the ship in which the same may have been imported.

(2.) No person shall have in his possession or control in a King's or licensed warehouse any intoxicating liquors or possession in denatured spirits imported contrary to the provisions of this Ordinance or which may be or have come into his posses- sion or control contrary to the provisions of this Ordinance.

King's or

licensed

warehouse

liquors

illegally

imported or possessed.

Restrictions

on buying and selling dutiable liquors.

Restrictions

on removal of dutiable

liquors.

Deficiency of dutiable liquors in a King's or licensed warehouse.

Restrictions

and prepar

ing liquors.

(3.) No person shall sell or offer for sale and no person shall buy any dutiable liquors stored elsewhere than in a King's or licensed warehouse, or in the ship in which the same may have been inported.

61.-(1.) No person shall remove any dutiable liquors or denatured spirits from any King's or licensed warehouse except for export under an export permit without a permit from the Superintendent in the Form No. 11 in the Third Schedule to this Ordinance and except in accordance with the conditions in such permit contained.

(2.) Such permit shall be issued by the Superintendent upon receipt of a requisition in the Form No. 10 in the said Schedule, provided always that the Superintendent shall refuse to issue a permit

(a.) for the removal of any such dutiable liquors except in closed cases or vessels each containing not less than two gallons or the reputed equiva- lent of two gallons;

(b.) if such liquors are to be removed for purposes. other than export to any place other than a King's or licensed warehouse except upon payment to himn of the duty thereon.

62. If it shall appear at any time that there is a defici- ency in any King's or licensed warehouse in the quantity of dutiable liquors which ought to be found stored therein the keeper of such King's warehouse and the licensee of such licensed warehouse shall be liable to pay to the Superintendent the duty leviable upon such deficiency and shall in the absence of proof to the contrary be presumed to have illegally removed such liquors: provided always that such person in charge or licensee shall not be held liable for any deficiency which he may prove to have been caused by leakage or breakage or other accident.

Distillation and Manufacture.

63.- (1.) All intoxicating liquors distilled, made or on making prepared by any person holding a licence under this Ordinance or under any Ordinance repealed by this Ordinance or under the New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910, shall be deemed to be dutiable liquors and the place of distillation making or preparation shall be deemed to be a licensed warehouse for the purpose of storing such liquors and the person holding a licence for such place shall for the purposes of this Ordinance be deemed to be the licensee of such licensed warehouse.

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(2.) Such licensed warehouse shall not be used for the storage of any dutiable liquors whatsoever other than that distilled, made or prepared therein as aforesaid.

(3.) There shall be no fee payable in respect of such licensed warehouse.

to distill-

64. Nothing in this Ordinance contained shall apply Ordinance to any distillation by a duly qualified medical practitioner not to apply or person registered as a chemist and druggist under the ation for Pharmacy Ordinance, 1908, which may be proved to be medical for genuine medicinal or scientific purposes or to any purposes.

distillation of essential oils.

Keeping of Intoxicating Liquors by Licensees.

65. Every person who holds a licence under this Or- Licensed dinance or under any Ordinance repealed by this person to Ordinance or under the New Territories Regulation of stocks;

                      give amount Ordinance, 1910, shall

(a.) on demand by the Superintendent render an account in writing of the quantity and descrip- tion of the intoxicating liquors in his posses- sion custody or control;

(b.) permit the Superintendent or any revenue permit entry

officer to enter the premises in which such liquors are stored at any time between the hours of six in the morning and six in the evening and inspect the same.

66. No person who holds a licence as above shall store or keep on his licensed premises any dutiable liquors and in the absence of proof to the contrary any dutiable liquors found on such premises shall be presumed to be stored or kept by such licensee.

Revenue Officers.

Licensed person not to keep dutia- ble liquors

on the pre- mises.

67.-(1.) The Superintendent may grant to any person Revenue approved by him a warrant in the Form No. 12 in the Officers. Third Schedule to this Ordinance to act as a revenue

officer under this Ordinance.

(2.) The Superintendent shall have power to withdraw at any time any warrant so granted by him.

(3.) Every revenue officer shall be supplied with a suitable badge of office which shall be returned to the Superintendent when the warrant is withdrawn.

(4.) Every such revenue officer shall be deemed to be a public officer.

(5.) Every native revenue officer shall, before appoint- ment, be examined and approved by the Superintendent and Principal Civil Medical Officer, and having been so examined and approved according to the Forins in the Fifth Schednie to this Ordinance shall go before 'a Magistrate and answer the questions, and subscribe and take the oath or make the declaration in the Sixth Schedule to this Ordinance

(C.) Every native revenue officer shall engage and bind himself to serve in that office for the term of three years, during which term he shall not be at liberty to resign his office or to withdraw himself from the duties thereof, except as is hereinafter provided.

(7.) In case any native revenue officer who has com- pleted his period of three years' service is desirous of continuing to serve in the same capacity, he shall be at liberty to engage and bind himself for a further term of three years on similar terms and conditions and shall take the oath or make the declaration prescribed by sub- section (3) of this section: Provided always that his re- enlistment is approved by the Superintendent.

(8.) The Governor is hereby empowered to grant to any native revenue officer who is re-enlisted under sub- section (5) a sum by way of bonus not exceeding one hundred dollars.

(9.) Any native revenue officer shall be entitled to claim his discharge at any time on his giving to the Superintendent three months' notice of his wish to with- draw and paying a sum equivalent to two months' pay for each unexpired year of his term of appointment: "Pro-

Penalty for refusing or

neglecting to return badge.

Powers of police officers.

Search of

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vided always that it shall be lawful for the Governor to remit the whole or any part of the said snm.

(10.) Whenever any native revenue officer, having duly engaged and bound himself to serve in that office, deserts therefrom or refuses to perform his duty therein, he shall on summary conviction before a Magistrate be liable to a penalty not exceeding two hundred dollars and in default of payment to imprisonment with or without hard labour for any term not exceeding six months.

(11.) Any native revenue officer imprisoned under the preceding sub-section, shall forfeit all pay during his imprisonment.

(12.) The Superintendent shall, in case of breach of discipline or neglect of duty by any native revenue officer, ou proof thereof to his satisfaction, have power to order the offender to forfeit and pay a sum not exceeding ten dollars.

(18.) All suns forfeited under the preceding sub-section shall be paid into the Treasury and shall be applied to such purposes in connection with the Imports and Exports

Office as the Governor may from time to time direct.

(14.) Every revenue officer when acting against any per- son nude: this Ordinance shall declare his office and produce his badge of office to the person against whom he is acting.

(15.) Any revenue officer who refuses or neglects without reasonable cause to return his badge to the Superintendent. in contravention of this Ordinance shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months.

68.-(1.) All police officers shall have the powers of a revenue officer under this Ordinance.

(2.) Every police officer when acting against any person under this Ordinance shall if not in uniform declare his office and produce to the person against whom he is acting such badge as the Captain Superintendent of Police may direct to be carried by police officers when employed on secret or special service.

69.-(1.) Every person landing from any ship or enter- baggage and ing the Colony by land accompanied by any goods or bag-

goods.

Examination

of articles on ship, wharf,

etc.

gage

shall

(a.) On demand by any revenue or police officer either permit his goods and baggage to be searched by such officer or together with sneli goods and baggage accompany such officer to a police station and there permit his goods and baggage to be searched by any revenue or police officer in the presence and under the supervision of a European police officer or other police officer not below the rank of sergeant. If the person landing is of European race the demand shall be made by a European officer. (5.) On demand by any European revenue or police officer or other police officer not below the rank of sergeant permit his goods and baggage to be searched by such police officer or by any re- venne officer in the presence and under the supervision of such police officer provided always that:

The goods and baggage of any person who may claim to be present when they are searched shall not be searched except in his presence.

(2.) Any person who may refuse to comply with any lawful demand un er this section may be arrested by the officer making theddemand without warrant.

70. Any box chest package or other article (not being passenger's baggage accompanied by the owner) which is being lauded or has been recently lauded from any ship or which is in or upon any ship (not having the status of a ship of war) islet landing place wharf warehouse or place. adjoining any wharf and used in connection therewith or which is being removed from any such ship islet or other place or which is being brought into or has recently been brought in the Colony by land-

(a.) may be examined and searched by any revenu

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officer and may be detained until any person in charge thereof shall have opened the same to admit of such examination and search and in default of such opening may be removed by such officer to a police station ;

(6.) may be broken open by the orders of any European police officer or other police officer not below the rank of sergeant to facilitate such examination and search provided that any person in charge or possession of such box chest package or other article shall be afforded every reasonable facility for being present at such breaking open examination and search.

71. No search of goods or baggage shall be made under No search the provisions of the two preceding sections unless there except where is reasonable cause to suspect that such goods or baggage reasonable contain dutiable liquors or denatured spirits.

cause to suspect.

72. Any revenue officer may board any ship not being Revenue or having the status of a ship or war and remain on board officer may as long as such ship remains in the waters of the Colony. board ship.

73.-(1). Any revenue officer may arrest without Revenue

warrant-

officer may arrest with-

(a.) Any person found committing or attempting out warrant

to commit an offence or employing aiding or in certain assisting any person to commit an offence circum- against this part of this Ordinance or the rules made thereunder or against Part III of this Ordinance.

(5.) Any person whom he may reasonably suspect to have in his possession any intoxicating liquors denatured spirits or other articles sub- ject to forfeiture under this part of this Ordiu- ance or the rules made thereunder or under Part III of this Ordinance.

(2.) Every person so arrested shall together with any article as to which an offence may have been committed or attempted to have been committed be taken to a police

station.

stances.

74. If any search made without warrant under this If an un- Ordinance be unsuccessful and there be no reason to suppose successful that any intoxicating liquors denatured spirits or other search made articles liable to forfeiture under this Ordinance have been compensa-

tion to be thrown away or otherwise disposed of in order to avoid

paid. detection the Superintendent shall repack or cause to be repacked any goods unpacked during such search and shall make good any damage caused thereby. In the event of any dispute as to the amount of damage to be made good by the Superintendent not being settled within twenty-four hours from the time of such dispute first arising such amount shall be ascertained by a Magistrate and the Superintendent shall pay such amount so ascertained immediately upon production by the aggrieved person of a certificate thereof under the hand of the Magistrate.

PART III.

Warrants, Proceedings, Offences, l'enalties and Forfeitures.

75. Whenever it appears to any Magistrate upon the Issue of oath affirmation or declaration of any person of repute that search there is good cause to believe that there are in any build- warrant by ing vessel (not being a ship of war or ship having the Magistrate. status of a ship of war) or place any intoxicating liquors or denatured spirits or other articles subject to forfeiture under this Ordinance or under the regulations made thereunder as to which an offbuce has been committed or is about to be committed against any of the provisions of this Ordinance or the regulations male thereunder, such Magistrate may, by warrant directed to any European police officer or any European revenue officer empower such officer with such assistants as may be necessary, by day or night (1) to enter and if necessary to break into such building vessel or place and to search for and take possession of any such intoxicating liquors denatured

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-

Recovery of fines and forfeitures.

Adjudication of fine and disposal of forfeited articles.

Manuer of seizure not

ed into by Court.

spirits or other articles (2) to arrest any person or persons who may appear to have such intoxicating liquors dena- tured spirits or other articles in his or their possession custody or control.

78. All convictions and fines and penalties under this Ordinance or any regulation made thereunder shall be had and recovered in a summary way before a Magistrate but proceedings for the recovery of any such fine or penalty shall be commenced within six months after the offence was committed.

77.-(.) The Magistrate may adjudicate any portion not exceeding half of a fiue under this Ordinance to the informer.

(2.) All articles seized and forfeited under this Ordinance shall be sold or if unsaleable be destroyed or otherwise disposed of by the Superintendent. The proceeds of any such sale shall be paid into the Treasury as part of the general revenue of the Colony.

78. On any trial before any Magistrate and in any proceedings on appeal in the Supreme Court relating in to be enquir auy of the above cases to the seizure of articles subject to restriction under this Ordinance it shall be lawful for such Magistrate or Court and such Magistrate or Court is hereby required to proceed to such trials and to the hearing of such appeals on the merits of the case only without reference to matters of form and without enquiring into the manner or form of making any seizure excepting in so far as the manner or form of seizure may be evidence on such merits.

Extracts

from register

of requisi- tions and

permits to be

evidence.

Certificate of

evidence.

79. Every requisition received and a copy of every permit issued by the Superintendent shall be entered in the Superintendent's office in a book or books and the production of any extracts from the said books or of any certificate as to requisitions for and grants of permits certified or purporting to be certified under the hand of the Superintendent shall on the trial of any person charged with an offence under this Ordinance be proof of the facts set out in the said extracts and certificates till the contrary be shown by or for the person so charged and the absence of requisitions and of copies of permits from the said books shall be proof till the contrary is shown in like manner that application has not been made for the permit required and that the permit has not been issued.

80. At the hearing of any charge under this Ordin- Government ance the production of a certificate purporting to be signed Analyst to by the Government Analyst shall be sufficient evidence of be sufficient the facts therein stated, unless the defendant requires that the Analyst should be called as a witness, but if the defendant shall require the Analyst to be called the Magistrate may order him in addition to any other penalty to pay a fee of $25 for the attendance of the Analyst, such fee to be recoverable in the same way as a penalty imposed under this Ordinace is recoverable, and to be paid into the Treasury.

Magistrate

an analyst

81. The Magistrate hearing any charge ander this may employ Ordinance may employ an analyst or other skilled person to report on any technical point, and may order the pay- ment of the fee of such analyst by the defendant in addi- tion to any other penalty, and such fee shall be recoverable in the same way as a penalty imposed under this Ordinance is recoverable.

to report on technical points.

Governor

may stop

proceedings

and order restitution of articles forfeited.

Protection of informers from dis-

covery.

82. It shall be lawful for the Governor to suspend or stop any prosecution or proceeding instituted or proposed to be instituted under this Ordinance and to direct the refund of the whole or any part of any fine or penalty and the restoration of the whole or any portion of any articles ordered to be forfeited to any person from whom the same may have been taken.

83. Except as hereinafter mentioned no information laid under this Ordinance shall be admitted in evidence in any civil or criminal proceeding whatsoever and no witness shall be obliged or permitted to disclose the name or

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address of any informer under this Ordinance or state any matter which might lead to his discovery. Moreover if any books documents or papers which are in evidence or liable to inspection in any civil or criminal proceeding whatsoever contain any entry in which any informer is named or described or which might lead to his discovery the Court shall cause all such passages to be concealed from view or to be obliterated so far as may be necessary to protect the informer from discovery but no further. But if on the trial of any offence under this Ordinance the Magistrate after full enquiry into the case believes. that the informer wilfully made in his information a material statement which he knew or believed to be false or did not believe to be true or if in any other proceeding the Magistrate is if opinion that justice cannot be fully done between the parties thereto without the discovery of the informer it shall be lawful for the Magistrate to require the production of the original information and permit inquiry and require full disclosure concerning the informer.

€4.--(1.) Whenever two or more persons shall be Examination charged with any offence against this Ordinance the of accused Magistrate may permit one or more of them to give persons. evidence as a witness or witnesses for the prosecution.

Indemnity if

(2.) Every person so permitted to give evidence who shall in the opinion of the Magistrate make true and true and full full discovery of all things as to which he is lawfully discovery examined shall be entitled to receive a certificate of indem- made. nity under the hand of the Magistrate stating that he has made a true and full discovery of all things as to which he was examined and such certificate shall be a bar to all legal proceedings against him in respect of all such things as aforesaid.

(3.) Provided always that any person charged with an Accused offence against this Ordinance may if he thinks fit tender may tender himself to be examined on his own behalf and thereupon himself for may give evidence in the same manner and with the like examination. effect and consequences as any other witness.

85.-(1.) No action shall be brought against any person Notice of for any thing done or bonâ fide intended to be done in the actions. exercise or supposed exercise of the powers given by this Ordinance or by any rules made thereunder :-

:--

(a.) without giving to such person one month's previous notice in writing of the intended action and of the cause thereof;

(6.) after the expiration of three months from the date of the accrual of the cause of action ;

(c.) after tender of sufficient amends.

(2.) In every action so brought it shall be expressly Malice to be alleged that the defendant acted maliciously and without alleged. reasonable or probable cause and if at the trial the plaintiff shall fail to prove such allegation judgment shall be given for the defendant.

(3.) Though judgment shall be given for the plaintiff Costs. in any such action such plaintiff shall not have costs against the defendaut unless the Court before whom the action is tried shall certify its approbation of the action.

Importing or being con

88. Every person who shall import or aid abet procure or be interested or concerned in or knowingly derive any profit from the importation of any intoxicating liquors or denatured spirits contrary to the provisions of this Ordin- ance shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance. toxicating

cerned in the importa- tion of in-

liquors or denatured spirits.

87. Every person who shall contrary to the provisions Being in of this Ordinance receive into or have in his possession possession of custody or control any intoxicating liquors on which the intoxicating duty leviable by law shall not be proved to have been paid liquors on

which duty or which have been illegally imported made or prepared has not been shall be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance. paid or of Provided that no person shall be convicted under this intoxicating section if he proves to the satisfaction of the Court before liquors

illegally which he is tried that he had good and sufficient reason imported to believe that such duty had been paid or that such in- made or toxicating liquors had been legally imported or legally prepared. manufactured.

Making false requisition, return, etc.

Penalty for obstructing

revenue

officer.

Other penalties.

Forfeitures.

Unclaimed articles to be forfeited to the Crown.

Forfeiture of licence.

Licensed

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88. Every person who shall under the provisions of this Ordinance deliver any requisition or supply any particulars returns or account or other written statement required by this Ordinance or by any regulation made thereunder shall if such requisition particulars return account or written statement be false or incorrect either in whole or in part to the knowledge of the person so making delivering or supplying the same whether the same be signed by him or not be guilty of an offence against this Ordinance.

89. Every person who assaults resists or wilfully obstructs any revenue officer in the execution of his duty shall be liable in the discretion of the Magistrate to a penalty not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars or to imprisonment with or without hard labour for one year.

90. Every omission or neglect to comply with and every act done or attempted to be done contrary to the provisions of this Ordinance or of any regulation made thereunder or permit granted or Order-in-Council issued thereunder and any refusal to permit or obstruction of any act commanded by this Ordinance and any breach on the part of a licensed person of the terms or conditions of his licence or recognisance shall be deemed to be an offence against this Ordinance and for every such offence not otherwise specially provided for the offender shall in addi- tion to the forfeiture (if any) of the article seized as here- inafter provided be liable to the following penalties:-

(a.) for every first offence a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars or imprisonment with or with- out hard labour for any period not exceeding six months,

(.) for every second offence a fine not exceed- ing one thousand dollars or imprisonment with or without hard labour not exceeding twelve months,

(c.) for every subsequent offence a fine not exceed- ing two thousand five hundred dollars or im- prisonment with or without hard labour not exceeding twelve months or to both fine and imprisonment.

91. All intoxicating liquors and denatured spirits in respect of which any offence may have been committed against this Ordinance or against any regulation made or permit granted thereunder or any breach of the restrictions and conditions subject to or upon which any licence has been granted together with any still or part thereof vat or other vessel used in distillation wash or other materials preparing or prepared for the distillation of such liquors utensil or apparatus or any vessel package cart carriage or conveyance in which the same may be found or which may have been used in connection with such offence may be seized by any police or revenue officer and all such intoxicating liquors denatured spirits stills utensils ap- paratus vessels packages carts carriages or conveyances, as also any ship of less than fifteen tous in which the same may be found, may be forfeited to the Crown.

92. All intoxicating liquors and denatured spirits and all stills utensils apparatus vessels packages or con- veyances used for the preparation packing or conveyance of intoxicating liquors or denatured spirits shall, if found without any apparent owner or if unclaimed after such notice given as to a Magistrate may seem fit, be forfeited to the Crown.

93. On the conviction of any licensed person for રી second or any subsequent offence against this Ordinance, the Magistrate may order his licence to be forfeited, in addition to any other penalties hereinbefore provided.

PART IV.

General.

94.-(1.) Whenever any person to whom any licence persons to be has been granted under this Ordinance or under any responsible

Ordinance repealed by this Ordinance or under the for acts of

New Territories Regulation Ordinance, 1910, or any agents and servants. keeper of a King's warehouse or any licensee of a li-

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also liable to

censed warehouse shall be liable under the provisions of Agents and this Ordinance to any punishment penalty or forfeiture servants to be for any act omission or neglect he shall be liable to the punishment, same punishment penalty or forfeiture for every similar etc. act omission or neglect of any agent or servant employed by him in or about his licensed premises or King's or licensed warehouse and every agent or servaut employed by him in or about his licensed premises or King's or licensed warehouse shall also be liable to every punish- ment penalty or forfeiture prescribed for such acts omissions or neglect contrary to the provisions of this Ordinance as fully and effectually as if such agent or servant had been the person to whom such licence had been granted or had been the keeper of such King's or licensed warehouse.

(2.) Every person employed in or about any licensed Presumption premises or King's or licensed warehouse shall be deemed of employ- to have been so employed by the person mentioned in the ment. licence or by the keeper of the King's or licensed ware- house as the case may be unless and until the contrary be proved.

95. Every requisition required by the provisions of Contents and Part II of this "Ordinance shall contain the particulars signature of required by the forms in the Third Schedule to this requisitions. Ordinance and shall be signed by the person applying for such requisition or by some person duly authorised by him provided that in the case of any Chinese firm such requisition shall in addition to such signature be stamped with the chop of such firm.

96. The Governor-in-Council shall have power from Power to time to time to make regulations for any of the following make

                   regulations. purposes-

(a.) to regulate the standard of quality or to deter- mine the quality of any intoxicating liquors to be manufactured and sold under the provisions of this Ordinance and to regulate the material to be used therein and for the branding or labelling of such liquors and such wines and spirits;

(b.) to regulate the import and export of intoxica- ting liquors by land or by sea, and the licensing of persons and ships for those pur- poses;

(c.) to regulate the management of King's ware- houses, and to prescribe fees for storage in such warehouses and to authorize the forfeiture to the Crown of any intoxicating liquors or dena- tured spirits not cleared from such warehouse within periods to be fixed by such rules; (d.) to regulate the licensing and management of

licensed warehouses;

(c.) to regulate the management of distilleries and and places for distilling making and preparing intoxicating liquors and the safeguarding of the revenue to be derived from the duty upon liquors distilled made or prepared therein; (f.) to regulate the examination of the baggage and goods of persons landing at any port; (9.) to alter add to or rescind any of the forms contained in the Schedules of this Ordinance and to substitute others therefor;

(h.) for granting exemption from payment of duty on dutiable goods or from any of the provisions of this Ordinance;

(i.) to regulate the substances to be used and the

quantities thereof for denaturing spirits;

(j) for the supervision of the breaking down blending mixing and bottling of dutiable. liquors;

(k.) generally to give effect to the provisions of

this Ordinance.

All such regulations shall be published in the Gazette and shall have the force of law.

Exemption of Naval

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Provided always that all regulations and rules hitherto made under any of the Ordinances repealed by this Ordinance shall be as valid and binding as though those Ordinances had not been repealed. Provided also that the Governor-in-Council may at any time amend vary or revoke any such regulation or rule.

97. This Ordinance shall not apply to Naval or Military stores the property of His Majesty or to any intoxicating and Military liquors imported on account of His Majesty's Government

or of the Government of the Colony.

stores, etc.

Repeal.

Date of operation of Ordinance.

98. The Ordinances set out in the Fourth Schedule to this Ordinance are hereby repealed: Provided that nothing in this Ordinance contained shall affect any rights or liabilities acquired or incurred under and by virtue of any of the said Ordinances.

99. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the

191 . day of

FIRST SCHEDULE.

FORM No. 1.

DISTILLERY LICENCE.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910.

Section 3.

Hongkong.

DISTILLERY LICENCE.

In consideration of the fee of

dollars paid by

stills, of

I hereby license him to have gallons capacity, at

and to

day of

19

distil spirits therewith, and to sell such spirits from this date until the in quantities of not less than two gallons of one liquor at one time, and not to be consumed on the premises.

"

The holder of this licence shall permit the Superintendent. or any Revenue Officer to enter the premises in which dis- tillation is being carried on at any time during the process of such distillation.

Dated the

day of (Signed)

19

2

Section 12.

Captain Superintendent of Police.

FORM No. 2.

APPLICATION FOR PUBLICAN'S LICENCE,

Hongkong.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910. APPLICATION FOR PUBLICAN'S LICENCE.

Name of Applicant

Nationality

Address

Has held a licence for

years.

Street

Licensed House to be at No.

Its name or sign to be

Sureties

of of

and

To the Licensing Board.

I give notice that I intend to apply at the next Licensing Meeting to His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for a licence to sell by retail intoxicating liquors (except Chinese wines and spirits) in the house and appurtenances thereunto belonging above named, which I intend to keep as an Inn or Public-house.

Dated the

day of

(Signed)

19 }

We, the undersigned householders, residing at in the said Colony, and being in no way directly or in- directly connected with the sale of liquor to the applicant, certify that the above-named applicant is a person of good fame and reputation and fit and proper to be licensed to keep an Inu or Public-house.

Dated the

day of

19

(Signed)

1.

2.

3.

99

FORM No. 3.

APPLICATION FOR ADJUNCT LICENCE.

Hongkong.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910.

APPLICATION FOR ADJUNCT LICENCE.

Name of Applicant

Address

Nationality

Licensed house to be at No.

Has held a licence for

Street

years.

Other business carried on

Sureties

of

and

of

To the Licensing Board.

I give notice that I intend to apply at the next Licensing Meeting to His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for a licence to sell by retail intoxicating liquors, in the house and appurtenances thereunto belonging above named, as an Adjunct to the business which I am carrying on in the said house and premises.

Dated the

day of

19

Hongkong.

Licensee

FORM No. 4.

PUBLICAN'S LICENCE.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910.

Sign of House

No.

PUBLICAN'S LICENCE.

Street

Period of Licence, from to both days inclusive. Fee, $

I license the above-named person to keep an Inn or Public-house, and to sell by retail in such house in which he now dwells and in the appurtenances thereunto belong- ing, but not elsewhere, intoxicating liquors (except Chi- nese wines and spirits) during the period above written.

Conditions.

(1.) No liquor shall be sold or drunk upon any licensed premises except between the hours of eight o'clock in the morning and twelve o'clock midnight. Provided that the Governor-in-Council may by Order from time to time alter such hours as aforesaid."

(2.) No disorder shall be permitted on the premises.

(3.) No person shall be allowed to become drunk on the premises, nor shall liquor be supplied to any person

who is drunk.

(4.) No game of chance shall be played on the premises (5.) A decent and suitable privy and urinal shall be maintained in a state of cleanliness and good repair for the use of customers.

(6.) The licensee shall not abandon the occupation of his house or permit any other person to become virtually the keeper thereof.

(7.) The licensee shall not employ any person to sell or dispose of any liquors outside of his licensed premises, nor shall he allow or suffer any liquors to be so disposed of on his account.

(8.) The licensee shall not employ any barmaid in his licensed premises.

(9.) The standard of quality of spirits as fixed by the Governor-in-Council shall be declared on the label of each

bottle.

Dated the day of

No.

19

(Signed)

Colonial Treasurer.

Section 12.

Section 16.

Section 16.

Section 16.

Hongkong.

100 ·

FORM No. 5.

RESTAURANT ADJUNCT LICENCE.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910.

Licensee

Business No.

RESTAURANT ADJUNCT Licence.

Street

Period of Licence, from to both days inclusive. Fee,

I license the above-named person to sell by retail in- toxicating liquors, in quantities not exceeding two gal- lons at one time, in the house in which he now dwells and in the appurtenances thereunto belonging, but not else- where, as an Adjunct to the business he carries on there and without keeping a public bar during the period above written.

Conditions.

(1.) No Public or Private Bar to be kept.

(2.) Intoxicating liquors shall only be sold for con- sumption on the premises and only in conjunction with a bona fide meal for which a charge of at least thirty cents can be reasonably made.

(3.) Intoxicating liquors shall only be sold between the hours of 12.30 p.m. and 2.30 p.m. and 6 p.m. and 9 p.in. and at no other time.

(4.) No disorder shall be permitted on the premises.

(5.) No person shall be allowed to become drunk on the premises nor shall liquor be supplied to any person

who is drunk.

(6.) No game of chance shall be played on the premises. (7.) A decent and suitable privy and urinal shall be maintained in a state of cleanliness and good repair for the use of customers.

(8.) The licensee shall not abandon the occupation of his house or permit any other person to become virtually the keeper thereof.

(9.) The licensee shall not employ any person to sell or dispose of any liquors outside of his licensed premises, nor shall he allow or suffer any liquors to be so disposed

of on his account.

Dated the

day of

19

"

(Signed)

Colonial Treasurer.

FORM No. 6.

HOTEL KEEPER'S ADJUNCT LICENCE.

Hongkong.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910. HOTEL KEEPER'S ADJUNCT LICENCE.

Licensee:

Business:

No.

Fee, $

Street

I license the above-named person to sell by retail intoxi- cating liquors, in quantities not exceeding two gallons at one time, in the house in which he now dwells and in the appurtenances thereunto belonging, but not elsewhere, as an Adjunct to the business he carries on there during the period above written.

Conditions.

(1.) No Public or Private Bar shall be kept.

(2) Intoxicating liquor shall only be sold for consump- tion on the premises, and

(a.) To persons residing at the Hotel, at any

time.

(b.) To persons other than residents, only in

the dining room and in conjunction with the regular meals of the establish-

ment.

(3.) No disorder shall be permitted on the premises. (4.) No

shall be allowed to become drunk on the premises. nor shall liquor be supplied to any person who is drunk.

person

(5.) No game of chance shall be played on the pre-

mises.

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(6.) A decent and suitable privy and urinal shall be maintained in a state of cleanliness and good repair for the use of customers.

(7.) The licensee shall not abandon the occupation of his house or permit any other person to become virtually the keeper thereof.

(8.) The licensee shall not employ any person to sell or dispose of any liquers outside of his licensed premises, nor shall he allow or suffer any liquors to be so disposed of on his account,

Dated the

, 19

day of

(Signed)

Colonial Treasurer.

No.

Hongkong.

FORM No. 7.

DEALER'S LICENCE,

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910.

DEALER'S LICENCE.

is lie used to sell intoxicating liquors (Chinese wines and spirits excepted) by wholesale or by the un- opened bottle on the premises known as

Conditions.

Such intoxicating liquors are not to be consumed on the premises.

No intoxicating liquor shall be sold under this licence between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 am,

Dated this day of

Section 39.

19

(Signed)

Colonial Treasurer.

FORM No. 8.

Section 32.

CHINESE WINE AND SPIRIT SHOP LICENCE. Hongkong.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910, CHINESE WINE AND SPIRIT SHOP LICENCE.

is licensed to sell Chinese Wines and Spirits, both by retail and wholesale, such wines and spirits not to be consumed on his premises, at No. or shop name of which is

of

10

Conditions.

until the

the sign

day

(1.) No Chinese Wines or Spirits shall be sold by retail, directly or indirectly, to persons other than Chinese.

(2.) None but Chinese Wines and Spirits shall be sold on the premises.

(3.) No Chinese Wines or Spirits shall be sold between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

(4.) Any change in the place of business shall be forth- with reported to the Captain Superintendent of Police.

(5.) The licensee shall provide adequate security, to the satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police, for the regular payment for one your of the fee for this licence.

(6.) The holder of this licence shall exhibit conspicu- ously and permanently in front of his licensed place of business, his name and the number and the nature of his licence, on a sign, the size and des ga of which shall be approved by the Captain Superinten.tent of Police.

Dated the

day

(Signed)

19

}

Captain Superintendent of Police.

FORM No. 9.

TRANSFER OF CHINESE WINE AND SPIRIT LICENCE. Hongkong.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910. TRANSFER OF CHINESE WINE AND SPIRIT LICENCE.

The Chinese Wine and Spirit Licence No.

is transferred to

>

granted

who is

hereby licensed to sell Chinese Wines and Spirits, both by retail and whosesale, such Wines and Spirits not to be consumed on the premises, at No.

the sign or

shop name of which is day of

19

until the

C

to

Section 32.

!

1

Section 33.

102

Conditions.

(1.) No Chinese Wines or Spirits shall be sold by retail, directly or indirectly, to persons other than Chinese.

(2.) None but Chinese Wines and Spirits shall be sold on the premises.

(3.) No Chinese Wines or Spirits shall be sold between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.

(4.) Any change in the place of business shall be forthwith reported to the Captain Superintendent of Police.

(5.) The Licensee shall provide adequate security, to the satisfaction of the Captain Superintendent of Police, for the regular payment for one year of the fee for this

licene.

(6.) The holder of this licence shall exhibit conspicu- ously and permanently in front of his licensed place of business, his name and the number and the nature of his licence, on a sign, the size and design of which shall be approved by the Captain Superintendent of Police.

Dated he

day of

(Signed)

19 >

Captain Superintendent of Police.

Hongkong.

No.

FORM No. 10.

CHINESE RESTAURANT LICENCE.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910.

CHINESE RESTAURANT LICENCE.

Name of Licensee

Business

Sign of House

Address

Period of Licence, from

Fee,

to

I license the above-named person during the period set forth above to sell by retail to persous of Chinese race only intoxicating liquors, in quantities not exceeding two gallons at a time, on the above-mentioned premises, to be consumed on such premises in connection with a bonâ fide meal for which a charge of at least 30 cents can be reason- ably made or in conjunction with meals sent out from such premises, but not otherwise.

Conditions.

(1.) No public or private bar may be kept on the premises under this licence.

(2.) No liquor shall be sold or drunk upon the licensed premises except between the hours of eight o'clock in the morning and twelve o'clock midnight. Provided that the Governor-in-Council may by Order from time to time alter such hours as aforesaid.

(3.) No disorder shall be permitted on the premises.

(4.) No person shall be allowed to become drunk ou the premises, nor shall liquor be supplied to any person who is drunk.

(5.) A decent and suitable privy and urinal shall be maintained in a state of cleanliness and good repair for the use of customers.

(6.) The licensee shall not abandon the occupation of his house or permit any other person to become virtually the keeper thereof.

(7.) The licensee shall not employ any barmaid in his licensed premises.

(8.) The licensee shall exhibit conspicuously and per- manently in front of his licensed place of business, his name and the number and nature of such licence, on a sign, the size and design of which shall be approved by the Captam Superintendent of Police.

Dated the

day of

19

(Signed)

Registrar General.

103

FORM No. 11.

TRANSFER OF CHINESE RESTAURANT LICENCE.

Hongkong.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910. TRANSFER OF CHINESE RESTAURANT LICENCE. New Licensee

Business

Sign of House

Address

Period of New Licence, from

Former Licensee

to

I license the above-named person during the period set forth above to sell by retail to persons of Chinese race only intoxicating liquors, in quantities not exceeding two gal- lons at a time, on the above-mentioned premises, to be consumed on such premises in connection with a bonâ fide meal for which a charge of at least 30 cents can be reason- ably made or in conjunction with meals sent out from such premises, but not otherwise.

Conditions.

(1.) No public or private bar may be kept on the premises under this licence.

(2.) No liquor shall be sold or drunk upon the licensed premises except between the hours of eight o'clock in the morning and twelve o'clock midnight. Provided that the Governor-in-Council may by Order from time to time alter such hours as afo, esaid."

(3.) No disorder shall be permitted on the premises ; (4.) No person shall be allowed to become drunk on the premises, nor shall liquor be supplied to any person who is drunk.

(5.) A decent and suitable privy and urinal shall be maintained in a state of cleanliness and good repair for the use of customers.

(6.) The licensee shall not abandon the occupation of his house or permit any other person to become virtually the keeper thereof.

(7.) The licensee shall not employ any barmaid in his licensed premises.

(8.) The licensee shall exhibit conspicuously and per- manently in front of his licensed place of business, his name and the number and nature of such licence, on a sign, the size and design of which shall be approved by the Captain Superintendent of Police.

Dated the

day of

(Signed)

, 19

Registrar General.

Hongkong.

FORM No. 12.

EATING-HOUSE LICENCE.

The Liquors Consolidation Ordinance, 1910.

EATING-HOUSE LICENCE.

Name of Licensee

Business

Sign of House (if any)

Address

Period of Licence, from

Fee, $

to

I license the above-named person during the period set forth above to keep an Eating-house (or Coffee House, or as the case may be) at the above-mentioned premises.

Warning.

No intoxicating liquors shall be sold or opium smoked on the licensed premises.

The keeper shall not knowingly or wilfully permit disorderly conduct on his premises, or knowingly suffer any unlawful games or gaming therein, or knowingly permit or suffer any prostitute to frequent such premises or to remain therein.

Note.-There may be added such other conditions, it any, to this licence as the Governor-in-Council may from time to time determine.

Dated the

19

day of

(Signed)

Colonial Treasurer.

Section 33.

Section 34.

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SECOND SCHEDULE.

Schedule of Fees.

The following fees shall be paid for the licences herein mentioned and in the manner herein specified, that is to

say:-

Nature of Licence.

Fee.

Distillery Licence,

$ 400 $ 400

Temporary Licence,- At the discretion of

the Governor.

Publican's Licence:-

Brewery Licence,

Manner of payment,

Annually in advance.

Do.

In advance.

(a.) In Victoria and in the Hill Districts:

When the rateable value of the premises is-

Under $2,000..

"

4,000

8.000.

多里

16,000

11

32,000.

Lep.

$1,000

$1,500

$7,000

$2.500

$3.000

$3,500

$32,000 and over

(b) Elsewhere in the Colony the publican's licence fees shall be at half the above rates.

Restaurant Adjunct Licence and Hotel

Keeper's Adjunct Licence :-

(a.) For premises situate in and to the North of Queen's Road, Victoria, and at Victoria Gap,

(b.) For premises situate in any other part of the Island and in Kowloon ad New Kowle u,

Removal Licence,

Fee.

8 700

.8 20

Note.--If the new premises are of a higher annual ¦

valuation than those from which the licence is removed a proportionate part of the extra fee, if any, payable in res- pect of such difference of vaination must also be paid.

Transfer of Publican's Licence,

Transfer of Adjunct Licence,

Dealer's Licence,

Chinese Wine & Spirit Shop Licence:-

(a.) City of Victoria West of the line

formed by the Albany Nullab,

(3.) City of Victori: East of the line

formed by the Albany Nullahı. (c.) Quarry Bay from Tsat Taz Mui Police Station to the SE. boundary of Shaukiwan ML. 1.

Annually in advance, sub- ject to the provisions of the Liquor Licences Consolidation Ordin-

auce, 1910.

In advance.

Annually in advance.

Fer.

200

40

In advance.

$ 1,000

$

659

ક 550

.$

400

(4) Shaukiwau, from the S.E. boundary of Shaukiwan M.L. 1 to the bound- ary of War Department land East of Ah Kung Nram,

$

400

350

Payable in four quarterly instalments, in advance.

(e.) Aberdeen and Alichau, (7) Tsim Sha Tani. Tasmati and Hong-

hom, and that postion of the Kow- loon Peninsula which is South of a line drown from Nullah Street, Mong Kok Tsui, to the centre of the road between K.M. Lots 52 and 53 at Shek Shan,

(g) Sham Shui Po and the remaining portion of Kowloon not included under (f.),

S 550

$

400

(4.) Kowloon City and the remainder of

New Kowloon..............

350

Chinese Restaurant Licence:--

When the valuation of the premises

occupied is-

Under $500,.

300

Annually in advance.

$500 or over, but under $2,000,

Over $2,000,

Eating-houses (where no intoxicating

liquors are sold) :-

In Victoria,

Elsewhere,

Canteen Licence,.

Do.

90

Do.

GA VA SA

20

Annually in advance.

Do.

Do.

1

!..........

105

THIRD SCHEDULE.

FORM No. 1.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910." Requisition to land Liquors on Payment of

Duty under Section 47 (2).

To the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Please issue a Permit to land on the

Sir,

and steamship

Nature of

liquors.

Date

day of

a.in.

19 between the hours of p.m. the liquors described hereunder from the which arrived on the

from

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS:

Marks on casks,

cases &c.

Section 47.

Quantity of

liquors.

Importers.

Section 47.

FORM No. 2.

"THE LIQUORS Consolidation Ordinance, 1910." Requisition to land Liquors to be stored in a King's or Licensed Warehouse under Section 47 (2). To the Superintendent of Imports and Exports. Sir,

Please issue a Permit to land on the

and steamship

19

day of

a.m.

between the hours of p.m. the liquors described hereunder from the which arrived on the

and to store the same in the

warehouse at

Nature of

liquors.

Date

from

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS:

Marks on casks,

cases, &c.

Quantity of

liquors.

Importers.

FORM No, 3.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910."

Requisition to land Denatured Spirits under Section 48 (2).

To the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Sir,

Please issue a Permit to land on the

and

19

p.m.

spirits from the steamship

day of

between the hours of a.m. gallons of denatured

which

arrived on the

from

the said spirits being contained in

Date

marked

Importers.

FORM No. 4.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910."

Permit to land Liquors on which Duty has been

paid under Section 47 (1) and (2).

Permission is hereby given to

on the hours of

day of

a.m. and

to land 19 between the p.m. from the steamship the liquors described below upon which duties

have been duly paid.

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS:

Nature of liquors.

Date

Marks on casks,

cases, ge.

Quantity of

liquors.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note. If this Permit is not made use of on the day in respect of which it is issued it must be returned within 24 hours to the office of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports (Section 55).

Section 48.

Section 47.

Section 47.

106 -

FORM No. 5.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910." Permit to land Liquors to be placed in a King's or Licensed Warehouse under Section 47 (1) and (3).

Permission is hereby given to

on the hours of

day of

19

to land

between the

a.m. and

p.m. from the steamship the liquors described below provided that the

said liquors shall be immediately stored in the

warehouse at

Nature of liquors. Date

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS:

Marks on casks,

cases, &c.

Quantity of

liquors.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note. If this Permit is not made use of on the day in respect of which it is issued it must be returned within 24 hours to the office of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports (Section 55).

Section 48.

FORM No. 6.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910." Permit to land Denatured Spirits under Section 48 (1).

Permission is hereby given to

to land on the

the hours of

in

19 between p.m. from the steamship gallons of denatured spirits contained

day of

a.m. and

marked

provided that the said spirits shall be immediately placed and retained in the

warehouse at pending production of proof that the same are denatured spirits as defined in the Ordinance.

Date

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note. If this Permit is not made use of on the day in respect of which it is issued it must be returned within 24 hours to the office of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports (Section 55).

Section 49.

FORM No. 7.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910." Audit No.

Form of Receipt of Duty under Section 49.

I the Superintendent of Imports and Exports hereby of the sum of dollars acknowledge the receipt from

and cents

being the amount

payable as duty on the liquors described below which are now stored at

Section 50.

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS: Nature of Marks on casks,

Liquors.

cases, &c. Date

No. of gallons.

Duty per

gallon.

Total

duty.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

FORM No. 8.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910." Requisition to export under Section 50 (2).

To the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Sir,

Please issue a Permit to move from

warehouse at

on the

between the hours of

day of and a.in.

19

steamship

consigned to

liquors described below for export to

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS :

p.m. the dutiable

The said liquors are being

by

Nature of

Marks on casks.

Quantity of

liquors. Date

cases, &c.

liquors.

Exporters.

t

107

FORM No. 3.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910." Permit to move for Export under Section 50 (1).

Permission is hereby given to

move from

to

warehouse at

on the

day of

between the hours of

19

a.m. and

p.m. the dutiable

liquors described below for export to

by steamship

Nature of

liquors. Date

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS:

Marks on casks.

cases, &c.

Quantity of

liquors.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Note. If this permit is not made use of on the day in respect of which it is issued it must be returned within 24 hours to the office of the Superintendent of Imports and Exports (Section 55).

FORM No. 10.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910."

Requisition to move under Section 61 (2).

To the Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

Sir,

Please issue a Permit to move from

warehouse at

on the

between the hours of

day of a.m. and

19

p.m. the liquors

described below.

(Add "to

warehouse at

or "Duty will be paid on the said liquors before removal" or (in case of denatured spirits) "Proof has been afforded that the said liquors are denatured spirits as defined in the Ordinance" as the circumstances may require.)

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS :

Nature of

liquors.

Date

Marks on casks,

cases, &c.

Quantity of

liquors.

Owners or Importers.

FORM No. 11.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910."

Permit to move under Section 61 (1).

Permission is hereby given to

to move from

warehouse at

on the

between the hours of

day of a.m. and

19

p.m. the liquors

described below.

(Add if so required "on condition that the said liquors

shall be immediately placed in

warehouse at

Nature of

liquors.

Date

".)

DESCRIPTION OF LIQUORS:

Marks on casks,

cases, &c.

Quantity of

liquors.

Superintendent of Imports and Exports.

FORM No. 12.

"THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION ORDINANCE, 1910." Appointment of Revenue Officers under Section 67 (1).

A. B. of

                  whose photograph is hereto attached is hereby appointed to be a Revenue Officer under the Liquors Revenue Ordinance, 1910, and is duly rested with all the rights powers and immunities of such office under the provisions of the said Ordinance from this date until the

day of

Date

19

Superintendent of Imports and Ernorts

Section 50.

Section 61.

Section 61,

Section 67.

108

FOURTH SCHEDULE.

ORDINANCES REPEALED BY THIS ORDINANCE.

No.

Year.

1898

8

1908

27

1909

30

1909

46

2

16

31

1909 1910 1910 1910

Title.

The Liquor Licences Ordinance 1898.

The Liquor Licences Extension Ordinance 1908. The Liquors Ordinance 1909.

The Liquors Ordinance Amendment Ordinance 1909- The Liquor Licences Amendment Ordinance 1909. The Liquors Ordinance Amendment Ordinance 1910. The Liquors Amendment (No. 2) Ordinance 1910. The Liquor Licences AmendmenOtrdinance 1910.

FIFTH SCHEDULE.

EXAMINATION OF A CANDIDATE FOR THE POST OF NATIVE REVENUE OFFICER,

Questions.

Answers,

1. Name.

2. Age.

3. Where born.

4. Trade or calling.

5. Single or married.

6. Number of children.

7. What previous service under Government.

8. When discharged.

9. And why.

10. With whom last employed.

11. And where.

12. What dialects of Chinese can you speak ?

Dated the

day of

Approved for medical examination.

Dated the

day of

19

(Signed)

Candidate.

19

(Signed)

Superintendent.

MEDICAL CERTIFICATE.

for

I hereby certify that I have examined the above candidate as to his health and bodily strength, and that I consider him service as a Native Revenue Officer.

Dated the

day of

19

(Signed)

Principal Civil Medical Officer.

SIXTH SCHEDULE.

EXAMINATION AND OATH BEFORE A MAGISTRATE.

Questions to be put separately by the Magistrate to a person engaging to serve as a Native Revenue Officer.

Questions.

1. What is your name?

2. In what place were you born ?

3. What is your trade or calling?

Answers.

4. Have you any disability or disorder which impedes the free use

of your limbs or unfits you for ordinary labour ?

5. Are you willing to serve as a Native Revenne Officer for the term

I,

of

years from

make oath that the above questions have been separately put to me, that the answers thereto have been read over to me, and that they are the same that I gave and are true.

I also make oath that I will well and faithfully serve His Majesty, His Heirs and Successors, for the term of Revenue Officer.

years as a Native

(Signed)

Candidate.

(Signed)

Witness.

Sworn before me at Victoria, Hongkong, this

day of

19

(Signed)

Magistrate.

I,

109

DECLARATION IN LIEU OF OATH.

solemmly, sincerely, and truly declare that the ahove questions have been separately put to me, that the answers thereto have been read over to me, and that they are the same that I gave and

are true.

I also solemmly, sincerely, and truly declare that I will well and faithfully serve ilis Majesty, His Heirs and Successors, for the term of

as a Native Revenue Officer.

(Signed)

Candidate.

(Signed)

Witness.

Declared before me at Vietoria, Hongkong, this

day of

19

(Signed)

Magistrate.

THE LIQUORS CONSOLIDATION BILL, 1910.

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112

THE UNIVERSITY ORDINANCE, 1911.

CONTENTS.

ORDINANCE.

Section. Page.

Recitals

Constitution

Visitor and Patrons

Veto of Governer-in-Council

Powers

Authorities

113

1:3

113

113

113

5

115

Chancellor...

Pro-Chancellor

115

.

116

Principal and Vice-Chancellor

Pro-Vice-Chancellor...

116

9

116

Court

10

116

Council

11

116

Senate

12

117

Faculties

13

117

Statutes

11

117

Regulations

15

117

Examiners...

16

117

Rules of proceduro

17

118

Race, Nationality and Religion

18

118

Dividends prohibited

19

118

Real Property

20

118

Personal Property.

21

118

Mortgages

22

118

Construction

23

119

Short title

24

119

SCHEDULES.

FIRST SCHEDULE.

Members of Court....

Members of Council

119

120

SECOND SCHEDULE.

Statutes.

Statute.

Preliminary

1

120

Members

2

120

Officers

3

120

Court

4

121

Meetings of the Court and Quorum...

5

122

Powers of the Court..

6

122

Council

7

122

Powers of the Council

123

Senate

9

125

Powers of the Senate

10

125

Faculties

11

127

Powers of the Boards and Faculties.,

12

127

Congregations

13

127

Examinations

14

127

Committees

15

128

Advisory Boards

16

128

Removal of Officers and Members

17

128

Acts during Vacancies.

18

129

Contracts, &c.

19

129

Residence

20

129

Entrance to the University

21

130

Benefactions and Scholarships

22

130

Tai Koo Chair

23

130

THIRD SCHEDULE.

Agreement with the Hongkong Col-

lege of Medicine

FOURTH SCHEDULE.

List of Mortgages.....

131

132

113

An Ordinance for the incorporation and regula-

tion of the University of Hongkong.

WHEREAS it is desirable to establish an University Recitals. within the Colony of Hongkong for the promotion of Arts, Science and Learning, the provision of higher educa- tion, the conferring of degrees, the development and formation of the character of students of all races, nationalities and creeds, and the maintenance of the good understanding with the neighbouring Empire of China:

AND WHEREAS through the liberality and munificence of Sir Hormusjee Nowrojee Mody suitable buildings for an University are in course of erection upon certain Crown Land in the Colony which His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to grant for that purpose, AND WHEREAS many firms and individuals of British, Chinese and other nationalities have generously sub- scribed funds for the equipment and endowment of such University:

AND WHEREAS it is desirable to incorporate the Uni- versity and to provide for its regulation:

AND WHEREAS the Hongkong College of Medicine (incorporated under Ordinance No. 2 of 1907) has agreed to become incorporated with the University of Hongkong constituted by this Ordinance.

BE IT THEREFORE ENACTED by the Governor of Hongkong, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:--

1. There shall be established in the Colony of Hong- Constitu- kong an University with the name and style of "The tion. University of Hongkong", by which name the Chancellor and other Members of the University for the time being are hereby constituted one body politic and corporate with perpetual succession and a Common Seal, and with full power by and in such name to sue and be sued, and without any further licence to take by gift or otherwise, purchase and hold, grant, demise or otherwise dispose of real or personal estate and with the other powers conferred by this Or- dinance or by any Statute or Regulation made there- under.

2.-(1.) Should His Majesty the King himself deign Visitor. to become a Visitor of the University or to appoint a member of the Royal Family in that behalf, His Ma- jesty or such member of the Royal Family shall forth- with become a Visitor as aforesaid and shall exercise such powers of supervision as may seem good to him.

(2.) The Governor of Hongkong and Chang Jên- Patrons. Chun, lately Governor General of the Liang Kuang provinces, shall be Patrons of the University. Additional Patrons may be appointed on the recommendation of the Court approved by the Governor-in-Council.

3. The Governor-in-Council may at all times exercise Veto of a power of veto if he should disapprove of any Governo decision of the Court of the University on the grounds in-Council. that the interests of the Colony would be injuriously affected or that the proposal is ultra vires or unconstitu- tional or for other good cause, but the said Court may if they so desire appeal to the Secretary of State against the veto of the Governor-in-Council.

4. The University shall have the powers following:- Powers.

(1.) To grant and confer Degrees and other

academic distinctions to and on persons who shall have pursued an approved course of study in the University and shall have passed the examinations prescribed by the University under conditions laid down in its Statutes or Regulations.

114

(2.) To admit Graduates of other Universities to Degrees of equal or similar rank in the University.

(3.) To confer Degrees of the University on any persons who hold office in the University as Professors, Staff Lecturers, Lecturers, or otherwise.

(4.) To grant Diplomas, Certificates or other distinctions to persons who have pursued a course of study approved by the University under conditions laid down by the Univer- sity.

(5.) To confer Honorary Degrees or other distinctions subject to any provisions which are or may be made in reference thereto by the Statutes or Regulations of the University.

(6.) On good cause shown to deprive persons of any Degrees, Diplomas, Certificates or Distinctions granted to or conferred upon them.

(7.) To provide for instruction in such branches of learning as the University may think fit and also to make provision for research and for the advancement and dissemination of knowledge.

(8.) Upon request by the proper authority to ex- amine and inspect schools and other educa- tional institutions and grant Certificates of proficiency or other distinctions and to pro- vide such lectures and instruction for persons not members of the University as the University may determine.

(9.) To accept the examinations and periods of study passed by Students of the University at other Universities or places of learning (including therein the Hongkong College of Medicine) as equivalent to such examina- tions and periods of study in the University as the University may determine, and to withdraw such acceptance at any time. Provided that (subject to sub-sections 2, 3 and 5 of this section) the University shall in no case confer a Degree in Medicine or Surgery upon any person who has not attended in the University during two years at least courses of study recognised for such Degree, nor a Degree in any other Faculty upon any person who has not attended in the University during one year at least courses of study recognised for such Degree: and Provided also that no Degree in Medicine or Surgery shall be conferred unless after a total period of five years' study at the University or other place of learning as aforesaid, nor a Degree in any other Faculty unless after a total period of four years' study at the University or other place of learning as aforesaid. (10.) To affiliate other institutions or to admit the members thereof to any of its privileges, and to accept attendance at courses of study in such institutions in place of such part of the attendance at courses of study in the University and upon such terms and conditions and subject to such regulations as may from time to time be determined by the University, and to recognise any members of the teaching staff of any College or institution, whether affiliated to the University or not, as teachers of the University.

115

(11.) To co-operate by means of Joint Boards or otherwise with other Universities and Authorities for the regulation and conduct. of Matriculation and other Examinations, for the examination and inspection of schools and other academic institutions, and for the extension of University teaching and influence in academic matters, and for such other purposes as the University may from time to time determine.

(12.) To accept the Examiners of the London or other University either wholly or in part as examiners for any degree or distinction of the University and to adopt the verdict of such examiners as the basis of the qualification for such degree.

(13.) To enter into an agreement under the Seal of the University in the terms set out in the Third Schedule hereto with the Hongkong College of Medicine for the incorporation of that College in the Univer- sity and for taking over its property liabilities and engagements.

(14.) To enter into any agreement with any other institution for the incorporation of that institution in the University and for taking over its property and liabilities and for any other purpose not repugnant to this Ordinance.

(15.) If necessary to promote a Bill or Bills in the Legislative Council of Hongkong to confirm or carry out any such agreement as above referred to.

(16.) To institute Professorships, Staff Lecture- ships, Lectureships, Teacherships and any other offices required by the University and to appoint to such offices.

(17.) To institute and award Fellowships, Scholarships, Exhibitions, Bursaries and Prizes.

(18.) To license Halls and Hostels for the

residence of Students.

(19.) To make provision for Research, and to furnish Scientific Advice for public pur- poses, and for these objects to enter into such arrangements with other institutions or with public bodies as may be thought desirable.

(20.) To appoint a Committee in England or elsewhere for the purpose of recommending or of selecting for the approval of the Court of the University the Principal and other Academic Officers of the University, with power if it be deemed advisable to act finally on behalf of the said Court in any case in which the Court may empower it to so act. (21.) To do all such other acts and things, whether incidental to the powers aforesaid or not, as may be requisite in order to further the objects of the University as a Teaching and Examining Body and to cultivate and promote Arts, Science and Learning.

5. The Authorities of the University shall be the Authorities. Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, the Court, the Council and

the Senate.

6. The Chancellor of the University shall be the Chancellor. President of the Court. The Governor shall be the Chancellor of the University.

:

}

Pro-Chan- cellor.

Principal

and Vice- Chancellor.

Pro-Vice- Chancellor.

Other Officers.

Court.

Council.

116

7. The Court shall from time to time elect one of its members as Pro-Chancellor of the University. The Pro-Chancellor may (subject to the Statutes of the University) in the absence of the Chancellor, or during any vacancy in the office of Chancellor, exercise the functions of Chancellor Provided that he shall not confer Degrees except in the absence of both Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor.

8. The Principal of the University shall be nominated by the Council after consultation with the Senate and appointed by the Court and shall be Vice-Chancellor of the University and ex-officio Chairman of the Senate and shall in the absence of the Chancellor confer De- grees. The first Principal may be appointed before the Senate is constituted.

9.-(1.) There shall be a Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University. He shall be appointed by the Council from the members of the Senate after consultation with the Senate and shall subject to the Statutes of the Uni- versity act for the Vice-Chancellor during any vacancy in that office or during the absence or inability of the Vice-Chancellor.

(2.) The Treasurer, Registrar, Bursar and such other officers as may be necessary shall be nominated by the Council and appointed by the Court.

THE COURT.

10. The Supreme Governing Body of the University shall be the Court which, subject to this Ordinance, the Statutes of the University and the Laws of the Colony, shall exercise all the powers and authority of the Uni- versity. The constitution of the Court shall be defined by the Statutes of the University.

The Court shall have power by such Statutes to increase or diminish the number of its members by increasing or diminishing the number to be nominated or appointed by the persons or bodies possessing the right of nomination or appointment or by adding other bodies with a right to nominate or appoint represent- atives or in any other manner.

The first Members of the Court shall be the persons. named, indicated or referred to in the first part of the First Schedule hereto. Except as herein provided and subject to the Statutes of the University the Court may determine all matters relating to the appointment and election of future Members of the Court and their res- pective periods or terms of office and all other matters relating to the constitution of the Court.

The Statutes of the University shall regulate the elec- tion and continuance in office of the Members of the Court (including the continuance in office of the first Members), the filling of vacancies among the Members, and all other matters relative to the Court which it may be thought are proper to be so regulated.

THE COUNCIL.

11. There shall be a Council which shall be the Ex- ecutive Body of the University and shall have power to direct the use of the University Seal, and, subject to the Statutes of the University and the control of the Court as regulated by the Statutes, shall have the government and control of the Finances of the University and of the affairs and property of the University, and subject to the provisions of this Ordinance and of the Statutes all such other powers as may be delegated to it by the Court.

The Chairman of the Council other than the first Chairman shall be elected from among its members by the Council.

The first Chairman and Members of the Council shall be the persons named, indicated or referred to in the second part of the First Schedule hereto.

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The Statutes of the University shall regulate the elec- tion and continuance in office of the Members and Chairman of the Council (including the continuance in office of the first Members and Chairman), the filling of vacancies among the Members, and all other matters relative to the Council which it may be thought are proper to be so regulated.

THE SENATE.

12.--(1.) There shall be a Senate which shall, subject Senate. to the Statutes and Regulations of the University and the control and approval of the Council, have the regu lation and control of the Curriculum and Education afforded by the University and such other powers as may be conferred upon it by the Statutes of the Uni- versity.

(2.) Subject to the agreement in the Third Schedule hereto, the Vice Chancellor, the Professors of the Uni- versity, the Director of Education, the Staff Lecturers and such other Lecturers as shall from time to time be determined by the Statutes of the University, shall form the Senate.

(3.) In this Ordinance and in all Atatuies made thereader the expression Staff Lecturer" means t lecturer (not being a Professor of the University) whose services are wholly at the disposal of the University, subject to such Regulations as may from time to time be made by the Court and Council.'

THE FACULTIES.

15.--(1.) There shall be Faculties of Medicine and Faculties. Engineering and thereafter such other Faculties as may from time to time be constituted by the Court, priority being given to an Arts Faculty in which due provision shall be made for the study of Chinese lan- guage and literature.

(2) There shall be a Board and a Dean of each Faenity with such powers respectively as may be prescribed by Statute or Regulation subject however as to the Faculty of Medicine to the agreement with the Hongkong College of Medicine set forth in the Third Schedule hereto.

STATUTES AND REGULATIONS,

14. The Statutes set forth in the Second Schedule Statutes, &c. hereto shall be the first Statutes of the University. The Count may add to, amend, alter or repeal the Stà- tutes for the fitae being (including those set forth in the said Second Schedule hereto), but no such addition, amendment, alteration or repeal shall be valid or opera- tive mail allowed by the Governor-in-t'ouncil and published in the Gazette.

The Statutes of the University may direct that any of the matters by this Ordinance authorised or directed to be prescribed, governed or regulated by Statutes of the University shall be prescribed, governed or regulated by Regulations of the University.

15. Regulations shall be made in such manner and Regulations. by such bodies and in respect of such matters as may

he prescribed by the Statutes of the University.

Regulations may add to, amend, alter or repeal Regulations from time to time in force.

EXAMINERS AND EXAMINATIONS.

16. All Examinations held by the University shall Examiners. be conducted in such manner as the Statutes and Regulations shall prescribe, provided that at least one external and independent Examiner shall be appointed for each group of subjects forming part of the course of studies required for University Degrees, but this proviso shall not apply to Examinations for admission or entrance to the University.

Rules of procedure.

Race, Nation- ality and Religion.

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GENERAL PROVISIONS.

17. The Court, the Council, the Senate and the Facul- ties respectively may from time to time make Rules for governing, subject to this Ordinance and the Statutes and Regulations of the University, the pro- ceedings of those bodies respectively. The power to make Rules shall include the power to add to, amend, alter or repeal any theretofore made. Copies of all such Rules shall be laid before the Court and Council.

18. It is a fundamental condition of the constitution of the University that no distinction of race or nation- ality shall be permitted and that no fest of religious belief or profession shall be imposed upon any person in order to entitle him to be admitted as a Member, Professor, Teacher or Student of the University or to hold office therein or to graduate thereat or to hold any advantage or privilege thereof.

19. The University shall not make any dividend, prohibited. gift, division or bonus in money unto or between any of its members except by way of prize, reward or special grant.

Real Property.

Personal property.

Mortgages.

20. The area of Crown Land situate to the South of Bonham Road and to the East of Pokfulam Road in the Colony of Hongkong and delineated and described on the plan thereof signed by the Governor and by the Director of Public Works and deposited in the Land Office of the Colony of Hongkong, and all buildings now erected or in course of erection or hereafter to be erected thereon, and all rights, easements and appur- tenances thereto belonging shall immediately upon the passing of this Ordinance vest in the University of Hongkong and its Successors in fee simple for ever for the purposes of this Ordinance free of Crown Rent: Provided always that the University of Hongkong or its successors shall not sell, convey or dispose of the said area of Crown Land or buildings or any part thereof to any person or corporation without the written licence of His Majesty, His Heirs or Successors first had and obtained. Provided also that if the said land and buildings or any part thereof shall at any time hereafter cease to be used for the purposes of a Univer- sity in accordance with the provisions of this Ordin- ance or any Ordinance hereafter enacted amending this Ordinance or in substitution for this Ordinance the said land and buildings or part thereof as the case may be shall revert to and become the absolute property of the Crown as part of the Crown Lands of the Colony,

21. All monies already subscribed for the purposes of the University whether on deposit in any name or names in any Bank or not and all investments of such monies, and all interest, income and profits arising from such investments and all securities therefor shall vest in the University of Hongkong absolutely.

22. All the leasehold lands, buildings, tenements and premises described in the first column of the Fourth Schedule hereto which were immediately before.

the passing of this Ordinance vested in the persons

whose names are stated in the second column of the said Schedule as Trustees for the University and all rights, easements and appurtenances thereto belonging and the Mortgage debts secured by the several Indentures of Mortgage of the said leasehold lands, buildings, tenements and premises specified in the third column of the said Schedule and all interest accrued or accruing thereon and the benefit of all the covenants powers and provisoes in the said Indentures of Mortgage contained shall immediately after the com- mencement of this Ordinance vest in the University of Hongkong and its Successors for all the unexpired residues of the respective terms of years assigned to the said Trustees or other the interest of the said Trustees therein subject to the equities affecting the same respectively.

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23. This Ordinance shall ever be construed benevo- Construc- lently and in every case most favourably to the Uni- tion. versity of Hongkong and the promotion of the objects of this Ordinance.

24. This Ordinance may be cited as the University Short title. Ordinance, 1911.

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THE FIRST SCHEDULE.

PART I.

THE COURT.

The following persons shall be the first Members of the Court:-

CHANCELLOR.

His Excellency Sir Frederick John Dealtry Lu- gard, K.C.M.G., C.B., D.8.0., Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Hongkong and its Dependencies (or the Officer Administering the Government of Hongkong).

THE VICE-CHANCELLOR.

HON. TREASURER.

Hon. Sir Paul Chater, Kt., C.M.G.

LIFE MEMBERS.

Sir Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, K.C.M.G.,

C.B., D.S.O.

Sir Hormusjee Nowrojee Mody, Kt.

Hon. Sir Paul Chater, Kt., C.M.G.

J. Henry Scott, Esq.

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Sir F. H. May, K.C.M.G. Francis William Clark,

M.D., M.R.C.P., D.P.H. Hon. Mr. Henry Edward

Pollock, K.C. Gregory Paul Jordan,

M.B., C.M., M.R.C.S. Rev. T. W. Pearce. Hon. Dr. Ho Kai, C.M...

M.B., M.R.C.S.

Robert MacLean Gibson,

M.D., C.M.

Members of the Court of the Hongkong College of Medicine.

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS.

The Chief Justice.

The Honourable Members of the Executive

Council of Hongkong.

The Honourable Members of the Legislative

Council of Hongkong.

The Registrar General.

The Principal Civil Medical Officer.

The Director of Education.

The Dean of each Faculty of the University. The Registrar of the University.

NOMINATED MEMBERS.

(Not being Life Members or Ex-Officio Members.) (To be nominated by His Excellency the Governor.)

Four British residents in the Colony.

Six Chinese residents in the Colony. One Parsi resident in the Colony.

One Mahommedan resident in the Colony. Three representatives of the Grant-in-Aid Schools in Hongkong to be selected by the Governor from among the nominees of the Governing Bodies of such schools.

Provided that the Court shall be deemed to be suffi- ciently constituted for the purpose of transacting business immediately after the commencement of this Ordinance although any of the above named members requiring to be appointed, selected or nominated have. not been so appointed, selected or nominated.

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PART II.

THE COUNCIL.

FIRST CHAIRMAN OF COUNCIL.

Sir F. J. D. Lugard, K.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O., for two years from the commencement of the Ordinance.

The following persons shall be the first Members of the said Council:-

The Vice-Chancellor.

The Treasurer of the University.

The Pro-Vice-Chancellor

The Director of Public Works,

The Registrar General.

The Principal Civil Medical Officer.

The Director of Education,

Two British Members and three Chinese Members of the Court elected by the Court.

Four members of the Senate elected by the Senate of whom two shall be Professors or Staff Lecturers and two Lecturers.

Provided that the Council shall be deemed to be sufficiently constituted for the purpose of transacting business immediately after the commencement of this Ordinance although any of the above named members requiring to be appointed or elected have not been so appointed or elected.

THE SECOND SCHEDULE.

STATUTES OF THE UNIVERSITY

Stafute 1.

PRELIMINARY.

These Statutes shall be interpreted in such manner as not to conflict with the Ordinance.

Words defined in the Ordinance or the Statutes shall have the same meaning in the Regulations unless the context be repugnant thereto.

Statute 2.

THE MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

The following persons shall be Members of the University: --

The Officers of the University, ric. :-

The Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, Treasurer, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Deans of the Faculties, Registrar and Bursar.

The Members of the Court.

The Members of the Council.

The Members of the Senate.

The Members of the Faculties.

The Emeritus and Honorary Professors. The Teaching Staff of the University. The Graduates.

The Undergradutes.

Membership of the University shall continue so long as one at least of the qualifications above enumerated shall continue to be possessed by the individual member.

Statute 3.

THE OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

1. The Pro-Chancellor shall be elected for three

years, and shall be eligible for re-election.

2. The Vice-Chancellor shall hold office for such period and under such conditions as shall be set forth in his Letter of Appointment as Principal,

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3. The Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall hold office for three years, and be eligible for re-election.

4. The Dean of each Faculty shall be elected by the Board of that Faculty subject to the approval of the Senate and shall be appointed by the Council.

5. The Dean shall, unless the Council with the consent of the Faculty otherwise direct, be Chairman of the Board of the Faculty and prepare business for it. He shall be Member ex-officio of all Committees of the Faculty and shall present candidates for Degrees (except Honorary Degrees) in the subjects of the Faculty. He shall, except when otherwise directed by the Council, hold office for one year, and shall be eligible for re-election.

6. The Council shall from time to time appoint a Registrar and also may from time to time appoint a Bursar and such other officers of the University as may be found desirable with such duties, at such remuneration and upon such terms and conditions as it shail deem fit.

7. The Registrar, if so required by the Council, shall act as Bursar of the University and may in that capacity be called upon to find such security as the Council may require.

8. The Court shall from time to time appoint an Auditor or Auditors who shall not be a member or members of any of the University Governing Bodies.

9. The Auditor's term of office shall be one year. The Auditor or Auditors shall be eligible for re-election.

Statute 4.

THE COURT.

1. The Court shall consist of the following persons:- CLASS 1:--THE CHANCELLOR, THE VICE-CHANCELLOR, THE PRO-VICE-CHANCELLOR AND THE HON. TREASURER.

CLASS 2:-LIFE MEMBERS.

Sir Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, K.C.M.G.,

C.B., D.S.O.

Sir H. N. Mody, Kt.

The Hon. Sir Paul Chater, Kt., €.M.6,

J. Henry Scott, Esq.

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Sir F. H. May, K.C.M.G. Francis William Clark,

M.D., M.R.C.P., D.P.H. Hon. Mr. Henry Edward

Pollock, K.C. Gregory Paul Jordan,

M.B., C.M., M.R.C.S. Rev. T. W. Pearse. Hon. Dr. Ho Kai, C.M.G.,

M.B., M.R.C.S.

Robert MacLean Gibson,

M.D., C.M.

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And such other Life Members as the Court may from

time to time appoint.

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CLASS 3:-EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS.

The Chief Justice.

The Honourable Members of the Executive

Council of Hongkong,

The Honourable Members of the Legislative

Council of Hongkong.

The Registrar General.

The Principal Civil Medical Officer.

The Director of Education.

The Dean of each Faculty of the University.

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CLASS 4:-NOMINATED MEMBERS.

(To be nominated by His Excellency the Governor not being already included in either of the foregoing classes, and being resident in the Colony.)

Four British.

Six Chinese.

One Parsi.

One Mahommedan.

Three representatives of the Grant-in-Aid Schools in Hongkong from among the nominees of the Governing Bodies of such schools.

2. The ex-officio members shall continue members so long only as they hold the office in virtue of which they became members of the Court.

3. The nominated members shall hold office for three

years.

4. Vacancies shall be filled as they occur and as soon thereafter as conveniently may be.

5. Members retiring by effluxion of time may be re- appointed or re-elected.

6. Any member of the Court may resign by writing addressed to the Court, and in that case the vacancy shall be filled by the Court.

7. The above provisions so far as applicable shall apply to the first members of the Court,

8. The appointment of each member of the Court shall be notified in the Gazette,

Statute 5.

MEETINGS OF THE COURT AND QUORUM,

1. The Meetings of the Court shall be held at such times, and in such places and its procedure shall be controlled in such manner as shall be prescribed by Rules made by the Court.

2. Seven Members of the Court shall form a quorum.

Statute 6.

POWERS OF THE COURT.

The Court may upon the recommendation of the Council and Senate appoint Honorary Professors and upon the like recommendation confer the title of Emeritus Professor upon any Professor who has retired from his office: Provided that an Honorary or Emeritus Professor shall not ex-officio have the right to a seat on the Senate or on the Board of any Faculty but may be invited by the Council on the recommendation of the Senate to take such part in the teaching of the University as may be determined from time to time.

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Statute 7.

THE COUNCIL.

1. The Council shall consist of the following members,

Class 1. The Chancellor, the Vice-Chancellor, the Treasurer, the Director of Public Works, the Registrar General, the Principal Civil Medical Officer and the Director of Educa- tion.

Class 2. Two British Members and three Chinese Members of the Court to be elected by the Court.

Class 3. Four Members of the Senate elected by the Senate, of whom two shall be Professors or Staff Lecturers and two shall be Lec- turers.

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2. The members in Class 2 shall, subject as herein- after mentioned, hold office for three years. At the first yearly meeting of the Court and at every subsequent yearly meeting of the Court two of the members of this Class shall retire, those longest in office retiring on each occasion. The Council shall determine by ballot the order in which the members of this Class shall retire. Any members retiring may be

re-elected.

3. The members in Class 3 shall, subject as here- inafter mentioned, hold office for two years. At the first yearly meeting of the Senate, and at every subsequent yearly meeting of the Senate, one-half of the members. of this class shall retire, those longest in office retiring on each occasion. The Senate shall determine the order in which the first members of this class shall retire. Any members retiring may be re-elected.

4. All vacancies in Class 2 may be filled up tem- porarily by the Council pending the next Assembly of the Court.

5. Any member of the Council may resign by writing addressed to the Registrar of the University.

6. The above provisions so far as applicable shall apply to the first members of the Council.

7. The appointment of each member of the Council shall be notified in the Gazette.

8. Seven

quorum.

Members of the Council shall form a

Statute 8.

POWERS OF THE COUNCIL.

Subject to the provisions of the Ordinance the Council shall in addition to all other powers vested in them have the following powers:--

1. To nominate the first Vice-Chancellor and also after consultation with the Senate the successors to the first Vice-Chancellor for appointment by the Court.

2. To appoint the Pro-Vice-Chancellor from the members of the Senate after consultation with the Senate.

3. Subject to the provisions of Schedule I Part I to elect its own Chairman and Vice- Chairman and to prescribe their periods of office. Provided that the Vice-Chancellor shall be Vice-Chairman unless elected to be Chairman.

4. To select and appoint Professors, Staff Lec- turers, Lecturers and other Academic Officers of the University and after report from the Senate to appoint external examiners, pro- vided that when the Senate is constituted no appointment shall be made without consulting it.

5. To appoint a Registrar and other officers of

the University.

6. To recommend to the Court names for

Honorary Degrees.

7. To institute Professorships, Readerships, Lectureships or other teaching offices after report from the Senate subject to the approval of the Court.

8. To abolish or hold in abeyance after re- port from the Senate any Professorship, Readership or other academic office in the University subject to the approval of the

Court.

9. To draft Statutes as and when it sees fit and submit the same to the Court for considera- tion and enactment.

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10. To make Regulations subject to the veto of of the Court, in regard to any matters in respect of which Regulations are authorised to be made, except that in matters referring to Courses of Study, Degrees or Diplomas and Affiliation of Colleges or Recognition of Teachers, Regulations shall be submitted by the Senate to the Council which shall forward them to the Court for confirmation with such amendments as they may suggest.

All Regulations made under this sub- section shall be operative from the date on which they are made pending the necessary confirmation by the Court.

11. To exercise all such powers as are conferred on the Council by the Ordinance and Statutes and to carry the

the Ordinance, Statutes and Regulations into effect.

12. To govern manage and regulate the finances, accounts, investments, property, business and all affairs whatsoever of the University and for that purpose to appoint Bankers, Counsel, Solicitors and any other officers or agents whom it may seem expedient to appoint.

13. To invest any moneys belonging

to the

University, including any unapplied in- come, in such stocks, funds, fully paid shares or securities, mortgages, debentures or debenture stock as the Conneil shall from time to time think fit, whether authorised by the general law for the investment of trust moneys or not, and whether within the Colony of Hongkong or not, or in the purchase of leasehold property in the Colony, with the like power of varying such investments from time to time by sale and re-investment or otherwise. 14. To purchase, grant, sell, convey, assign, surrender and yield up, exchange, partition, mortgage, demise, reassign, transfer and accept leases of real and personal property on behalf of the University.

15. To provide the buildings, premises, furniture and apparatus and other means needed for carrying on the work of the University, and to allocate such buildings, premises, furniture, apparatus and means to the different faculties with power to alter such allocation at any time.

16. To borrow money on behalf of the University and for the purpose (if the Council think fit) to mortgage all or any part of the pro- perty of the University whether real or personal or give such other security whether upon such real or personal property or otherwise as the Council think fit, provided that the moneys borrowed and owing by the University shall not at any time exceed in the whole the sum of $100,000 except with the sanction of a Resolution passed at one meeting of the Council and confirmed by the vote of three-fourths of the members present and voting at a subsequent meeting of the Council specially convened for the purpose and held not less than seven days

after the former.

17. To enter into, vary, carry out, and cancel contracts on behalf of the University.

18. To review the Instruction and Teaching of

the University.

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19. To promote research within the University and to require reports from time to time on such research.

20. To review, refer back, control, amend or disallow any act of the Senate and give directions to the Senate without prejudice to the rights of the Senate under paragraph 9 of this Section. 21. To entertain, adjudicate upon, and if thought fit redress any grievances of the Officers of the University, the Professors, the Teach- ing Staff, the Graduates, Undergraduates and the University Servants who may for any reason feel agrieved otherwise than by the action of the Court.

22. To select a Seal, Arms and a Mace for the University subject to the approval of the Court and have the sole custody and use of the Seal.

23. To approve Halls, Hostels and quarters for the residence of Undergraduates and to frame or approve Regulations for the same. 24. To appoint (subject to the approval of the Court) the Committee of selection referred to in Section 4 (20) of the Ordinance.

Statute 9.

THE SENATE.

(1.) The Senate shall consist of the following per-

sons :-

(a.) The Vice-Chancellor.

(b.) The Professors and Staff Lecturers of the

University.

(c.) The Director of Education.

(d.) A Number of other lecturers equal to that of the Staff Lecturers to be nominated by the Boards of the Faculties, approved by the Council and appointed by the Court. The Board of each Faculty shall be entitled to nominate such number of lecturers for this purpose as the Court, having due regard to the proportionate representation of each Faculty upon the Senate, shall determine: Provided that in the nomination of Members representing the Faculty of Medicine the persons who on the day on which the University is declared to be open are Lecturers in the College of Medicine shall have priority of claim over any other lecturers for nomination to the Senate;

Provided also that the Senate shall be deemed to be sufficiently constituted for the purpose of transacting business as soon as five of its members have been appointed. (2.) Five members of the Senate shall form a quorum.

Statute 10.

POWERS OF THE SENATE.

The Senate shall have the powers following:-

1. To have the direction and general regulation of the instruction and education within the University and the Examinations held by the University (subject to the control of the Council).

2. To appoint Internal Examiners after report from the Board of Faculty or Boards of Faculties concerned.

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3. To recommend External Examiners for ap- pointment by the Council after report from the Board of Faculty or Boards of Faculties concerned.

4. To report to the Council after report from the Board of Faculty or Boards of Faculties. concerned on all Regulations relating to Courses of Study, Degrees or other distinc- tions of honour or research.

3. To review, refer back, control, amend or disallow any act of any Faculty and to give directions to the Faculties.

6. To report to the Council on Statutes or Re- gulations or proposed changes of Statutes or Regulations.

7. To report on any matter referred to or delegat- ed to them by the Court or the Council. 8. To discuss and declare an opinion on any matter whatsoever relating to the Univer- sity.

9. To make recommendations to the Council as to the appointment of Professors, Staff Lec- turers, and Lecturers of the University and on delegation of the Council to appoint other Academic Officers of the University not being Professors, Staff Lecturers or Lecturers.

10. To make recommendations to the Council as to the removal of any of the teaching staff of the University or as to the appointment of additional teaching staff.

11. To formulate and modify or revise schemes for the organisation of Faculties of Medicine, Engineering, Arts and Science and any other Faculties of the University, and to assign to such Faculties their respective subjects, and to formulate, modify or revise schemes for the organisation of Schools and Departments and to submit such schemes to the Council.

12. To fix, subject to any conditions made by the Founders which are accepted by the Council and to Statute 22 the times and mode and conditions of competition for Fellowships, Scholarships and other Prizes and to award the same.

13. To regulate subject to Statute 21 and to the Regulations of the University the admission of persons to courses of the University.

14. To make provision for the discipline of the Undergraduates and Students of the University and to suspend or expel any Undergraduate or Student when thought necessary and generally to carry out the same provisions.

15. To take cognisance of and encourage re-

search.

16. To remove Examiners for negligence or misconduct during their term of office and in case of such removal to appoint a substitute during the remainder of the Examinations.

17. To recommend to the Council for submission to the Court names for Honorary Degrees. 18. To do such other acts and things as the

Court or Council shall authorise.

19. The Vice-Chancellor or in his absence the Pro-Vice-Chancellor shall preside at the

meetings of the Senate.

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20. No new Degree shall be established or other distinction of honour or merit adopted except after consultation with the Senate.

Statute 11.

THE FACULTIES.

The Board of each Faculty shall consist of the follow-

ing members, viz. :-

1. The Vice-Chancellor.

2. The Dean of the Faculty.

3. The Professors and Staff Lecturers in the

Subjects of the Faculty.

4. Such other Professors and Lecturers as the Council may determine after report from the Senate.

5. Such other persons (if any) as the Council may determine after report from the Senate provided that their number shall at no time exceed one-fourth of the total num- ber of the members of the Board of that Faculty.

Statute 12.

POWERS OF THE BOARDS OF FACULTIES. The Board of each Faculty shall have the powers following:-

1. To regulate subject to the control of the Council and Senate the conduct of Examinations in the subjects assigned to the Faculty.

2. To recommend to the Senate the examiners

for appointment.

3. To nominate Departmental Committees to consider and report on any special subject Or combination of subjects and such Departmental Committees may include members of other Faculties.

4. To report to the Senate on Statutes and Regulations dealing with courses of study for Degrees and other distinctions and on any questions relating to the work of the Faculty.

5. To deal with any matter referred to it by the

Senate.

6. The Boards of Faculties shall be responsible to the Senate for the teaching of the subjects assigned to their respective Faculties and shall report to the Senate thereon from time to time.

Statute 13.

CONGREGATIONS.

Congregations of the whole University for the conferring of Degrees or other purposes shall be held in a manner to be prescribed by Regulations and shall be presided over by the Chancellor or in his absence by the Vice-Chancellor.

Statute 14. EXAMINATIONS.

1. The Examinations for the degrees of the Univer- sity shall be conducted by such of the members of the Teaching Staff as may in that behalf be appointed under the powers hereinbefore mentioned and by external and independent Examiners.

2. The Vice-Chancellor may without any report if he shall think fit in case of a vacancy occurring during an examination or of other emergency requiring an immediate appointment appoint an examiner (such examiner if the case be that of an external examiner to be an external examiner) to act for the examination then pending.

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3. Subject to the agreement with the Hongkong College of Medicine set forth in the Third Schedule to the Ordinance the period of study necessary to qualify any student for graduation shall not be less than five years in the Faculty of Medicine and not less than three years in any other Faculty all of which shall be subsequent to the date at which the student passes. the Matriculation Examination, or such equivalent examination as may be recognised by the University.

Statute 15. COMMITTEES.

1. The Court, Council, Senate and Faculties may respectively appoint such and so many standing and special Committees as may seem to them fit for the purpose of dealing with any subjects or matters de- legated to such Committee and any such Committees (if appointed by the Court or Council) may (if thought advisable) include persons who are not members of the bodies appointing them. The powers and duties of such Committees shall be such as the bodies appointing them from time to time direct and may be revoked, altered or enlarged as to the appointing bodies shall seem meet.

2. The Council may make regulations for the pro- ceedings of all Committees but subject thereto every Committee may regulate its own procedure, times and places of meeting.

3. The Chairman of the Council and the Vice- Chancellor or if these be identical the Pro-Vice- Chancellor shall ex-officio be members of every Committee of the Court, Council and Senate and of every joint Committee of the Court, Council and Senate.

4. The Vice-Chancellor shall be ex-officio a Member of all Committees of the Senate and Faculties.

5. The Deans of Faculties shall be ex-officio Members of all Committees of their respective Faculties.

Statute 16.

ADVISORY BOARDS.

1. Subject to this Ordinance and the Statutes and after consultation with the Senate the Council may from time to time appoint or concur with any other body in appointing Advisory Boards including (if thought ad- visable) members unconnected with the University upon such terms, for such purposes and with such powers as the Council may consider advisable, and may refer to them for advice and report any subject or matter which in the opinion of the Council can advantageously be so dealt with.

2. The Senate at the instance of any Faculty may approve the institution of a Board which subject to review by the Faculty and under conditions to be determined by Regulation may undertake matters. delegated to it with regard to organisation, administra- tion or instruction in any subject or group of subjects within the province of that Faculty. Such Boards shall include the Examiners in the subject or subjects concerned and in addition to members of the Faculty may include other persons whether teachers or members of the University or not. The Senate on the nomination of the Faculty concerned shall appoint the members of the respective Boards.

Statute 17.

REMOVAL OF OFFICERS AND MEMBERS.

1. The Vice-Chancellor, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, the Dean of any Faculty, any member of the Court or of the Council or of the Senate or of any Faculty, the Auditor or Auditors and all other Officers of the

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University may be removed for good cause by the Chancellor upon the decision of the Council if con- firmed by the Court.

2. "Good Cause" when used in reference to removal from office, membership or place means:-(1) misbe haviour in office, (2) being a lunatic, (3) conviction of any felony, (4) actual incapacity in or for the execution of the duties of the office, membership or place, or (5) any misbehaviour of an immoral, scanda- lous or disgraceful nature rendering the holder of the office, membership or place unfit to continue in office.

Statute 18.

ACTS DURING VACANCIES.

No act or resolution of the Court, the Council or the Senate shall be invalid by reason only of any vacancy in the body doing or passing it or by reason of any want of qualification by or invalidity in the election or appointment of any de facto member of the body whether present or absent.

Statute 19.

CONTRACTS, &c.

(1.) Contracts made by or on behalf of the Universty shall be validly made and binding on the University if made as follows:--

(a.) Any contract, which if made between private persons would be by law required to be in writing and if made according to English law to be under Seal, may be made on behalf of the University in writing under its Seal, and such contract may be in the same manner varied or discharged.

(b.) Any contract, which if made between private persons would be by law required to be in writing and signed by the parties to be charged therewith, may be made on behalf of the University in writing signed by any person acting under the express or implied authority of the Council, and such contract may in the same manner be varied or dis- charged.

(c.) Any contract, which if made between private persons would by law be valid although made verbally only and not reduced into writing, may be made either in writing or verbally on behalf of the University by any person acting under the express or implied authority of the Council, and such contract may be in the same way varied or dis- charged.

(2.) Instruments under Seal made on behalf of the University, sealed with the Seal of the University, and signed by either the Chancellor, Pro-Chancellor, Vice- Chancellor or Pro-Vice-Chancellor and countersigned by either the Registrar or the Bursar shall be deemed to be duly executed.

Statute 20.

RESIDENCE OF UNDERGRADUATES.

Undergraduates shall reside either in the University Buildings or in approved Halls or Hostels established under supervision and subject to such regulations as the Council may prescribe: Provided that in any very special or exceptional case the Council on report from the Senate may grant exemption from the provisions of this section.

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Statute 21.

ENTRANCE TO THE UNIVERSITY.

1. The Senior Oxford Local Examination with a certificate of exemption from responsions and such other examinations as the Council after consultation with the Senate may subject to the provisions of clause 2 (c) in the Agreement contained in Schedule III prescribe shall be accepted as equivalent to and in lieu of the entrance examinations of the University. Provided that any Board of Faculty may with the approval of the Senate and of the Council require special subjects of examination and may prescribe the standard in such subjects for entrance to its Faculty.

The minimum age of entrance to the University shall be sixteen years.

2. Any person who has passed the prescribed examin- ation and is over 16 years of age may on payment of the prescribed fee be admitted as an undergraduate of the University. Provided that the Senate may in its absolute discretion refuse to admit any such person if satisfied that he is not of good moral character, but such person shall have a right of appeal to the Council.

Statute 22.

BENEFACTIONS AND SCHOLARSHIPS.

Subscribers who prior to the opening of the Univer- sity have subscribed a sum of $500 and upwards will have their names inscribed on a tablet in the wall of the Hall of the University. Subscribers of $10,000 to the Endowment Fund may have one scholar at a time at the University without payment of fees (or alternatively without payment for board) provided he is duly qualified as required by Statute 21. The privilege lapses during any period that no such free scholar is at the University. For each additional $10,000 another scholar may be nominated by the donor on the same conditions up to a maximum of four: Provided that the total number of scholars who are admitted without fees (or without payment for board) shall not without the consent of the Council exceed 50. A subscriber of $50,000 shall in addition to the above be entitled to have a framed portrait or a bust of himself in the Hall of the University of such dimensions and so placed as the Council may determine. A subscriber of $100,000 will in addition be made a Life Member of the Court. Any qualified donor who desires to exercise any or all of these privileges must do so at the time that he gives his subscription. Any provincial city, town or village in or out of China may exercise the like privileges so far as they are applicable, but the scholars can only be nominated by the representatives of the subscribers properly accredited to the satisfaction of the Council.

On the death of a donor entitled to nominate one or more schorlars under the above conditions the right of nomination may be exercised by his legal heir or representative, provided that the name of such heir or representative shall be notified to the Council within a year of the death of the donor. Failing such notification the right of nomination shall lapse to the Council who may exercise it or not at their discretion.

All British subjects of whatever race shall be eligible for the King Edward VII scholarships.

Statute 23.

THE TAI KOO CHAIR OF ENGINEERING.

A Chair of Engineering in the University shall be called the Tai Koo Chair of Engineering.

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THE THIRD SCHEDULE,

AGREEMENT WITH THE HONGKONG

COLLEGE OF MEDICINE.

Whereas an arrangement was come to on March 13th, 1908, between the Court of the College of Medicine on the one hand and the Governor on the other hand to- gether with Mr. A. H. RENNIE representing the Donor of the University buildings, Now, Therefore, the follow- ing agreement dated the

day of

, 1911, is hereby made in pursuance of the arrangement afore- said between the University of Hongkong (hereinafter called "The University ") of the one part and the Hong- kong College of Medicine incorporated under Ordinance No. 2 of 1907 (hereinafter called "The College") of the other part whereby it is agreed as follows:-

1. Up to the day on which the University is declared to be open the Hongkong College of Medicine shall continue to issue its diplomas, etc., under its present style and title, and upon the said day the College shall be dis- solved and shall be merged in the University to which all the property of the College shall be transferred.

2. (a.) The members of the Court of the College named in the First Schedule to the Ordinance shall be life members of the Court of the University.

(b.) All Lecturers of the College at the date referred to in paragraph 1 hereof shall be offered lectureships in the University so far as the funds of the University permit and so far as the subjects in which they lecture are retained as part of the curriculum of the University Provided that if owing to the appointment of the per- manent staff of the University or for any other cause any such lectureship shall in the opinion of the Coun- cil and Senate become unnecessary it may be discon- tinued.

All the aforesaid lecturers shall be members of the Board of the Faculty of Medicine in the University pro- vided they continue to lecture in the University and such proportion of them shall be members of the Senate as the Court having due regard to the representation of other Faculties may decide.

(c.) All students of the College at the date of the opening of the University who are recommended by the Court of the College shall be entitled to become Undergraduates of the University without entrance examination with the seniority of curriculum which they had attained in the College, but no such student shall become a graduate of the University until he shall have followed a course of two academical years at least in the University and a further course of three academical years at least either in the College or in the University, or partly in one and partly in the other, and shell have passed the examinations prescribed by the University.

3. Mr. TANG CHUK KAI'S fund will on the date of opening be transferred to the University. The Uni- versity undertakes to build an Anatomical Theatre out of the funds at its disposal and agrees to admit Mr. TANG'S son as an Undergraduate without payment of any fees for tuition, provided he fulfils the conditions laid down in the Ordinance and Statutes for admission to the University.

4. When the University is opened the Faculty of Medicine shall be simultaneously inaugurated, and no other Faculty shall be established before it.

5. The Belilios and Blake Scholarships will be open to Medical Students only of the University.

6. The University undertakes to appoint a Lecturer to be paid from the funds of the University in anti- cipation of the opening of the University to prepare the students of the College for entrance to the University.

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THE FOURTH SCHEDULE.

Property.

Inland Lot No. 963 compris- ing Nos. 1 to 10 Queen's Gardens.

Persons in whose

Mortgage

name vested.

debts.

Alexander Macdonald Thomson and Wil- liam Chatham.

$77,500

1. Kowloon Inland Lot No.

412 comprising:-

Do.

$300,000

a. Nos. 1, 2, 3 & 4 Carnarvon Villas.

b. Nos. 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13 Humphreys Avenue.

c. Nos. 30, 32, 34 & 36 Nathan Road,

(13 houses in all).

2. Kowloon Inland No. 550.

comprising Nos. 38, 40 & 42 Nathan Road, 3 houses in all.

3. Kowloon Inland Lot No. 551, comprising Nos. 1 to 7 (inclusive) Lochiel Terrace, 7 houses in all. 4. Kowloon Inland Lot No. 1205, comprising Nos. 1 to 8 (inclusive) Hum- phreys Avenue, 8 houses in all, and

5. Section B of Kowloon Inland Lot No. 609, com-

prising Nos. 18 to 28 Nathan Road, 6 houses in all.

1. Section A of the Reclama- tion to the Remaining Portion of Section F of Marine Lot No. 54, com- prising Nos. 139, 141 and 143 Des Vœux Road Central.

2. The Remaining Portion of the Reclamation to the Remaining Portion of Section F of Marine Lot No. 54, comprising Nos. 69, 70, 71, 72 & 73 Connaught Road Central; Nos. 145 and 147 Des Voeux Road Central and Nos. 25, 27, 29 and 31 Gilman Street.

3. Permanent Pier No. 12.

Marine Lot No. 2 C.

Do.

$190,000

Do.

$125,000

Note. This Schedule must be brought up to date while

the Bill is in Committee.

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A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to introduce into the Criminal Law Ordinances of 1865 certain provisions of the Criminal Law Amendment Acts of the United Kingdom of 1861, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Conneil thereof, as follows:

1. This Ordinance may be cited as The Criminal Law Short title. Amendent Ordinance, 1911.

2. The following provisions are added to the Offences Amendment against the Person Ordinance, 1965, and shall be uum- of Ordinance bered sub-sections (1), (2) and (3) respectively of a new

No. 2 of 1865. section numbered 30A :

"30A.-(1.) Every person who unlawfully and mali- Placing

ciously puts or throws upon or across any rail- wood etc. on way any wood, stone, or other matter or thing, with intent

         a railway or unlawfully and maliciously takes up, re- to endanger moves, or displaces any rail, sleeper, or other passengers. matter or thing belonging to any railway, or unlawfully and maliciously turns, moves. OF diverts any points or other machinery belonging to any railway, or unlawfully and maliciously makes or shows, hides or removes, any signal or light upon or near to any railway, or unlaw- fully and maliciously do s or causes to be done any other matter or thing, with intent, in any of the cases aforesaid, to endanger the safety of any person travelling or being upon such railway, shall be guilty of felony, and shall be liable to imprisonment with hard labour for any term not execeding fourteen years, and, if a male under the age of sixteen years, with or without whipping.

(2.) Every person who unlawfully and maliciously Casting

throws, or causes to fall or strike, at, against, stone etc. into, or upon any engine, tender, carriage, or upon a rail- truck used upon any railway, any wood, stone, with intent

way carriage or other matter or thing, with intent to injure to endanger or endanger the safety of any person heing in the safety of or upon such engine, tender, carriage, or truck, any person or in or upon any other engine, tender, carri- therein. age, or truck of any train of which such first- mentioned engine, tender, carriage, or truck shall form part, shall be guilty of felony and shall be liable to imprisonment with hard labour for any term not exceeding fourteen years. (3.) Every person who, by any unlawful act, or by Doing or any wilful omission or neglect, endangers or omitting causes to be endangered the safety of any endanger

anything to person conveyed or being in or upon a railway, passengers or aids or assists therein. shall be guilty of by railway, misdemeanor, and shall be liable to imprison- ment for any term not exceeding two years,

(4.) For the purposes of this section, railway"

shall include framway

3-(1.) Sections 3 and 4 of the Malicious Damage Amend- Amendment ment Ordinance, 1910, are added to the Malicious Damage of Ordinance Ordinance, 1865, and shall be numbered sub-sections (1) No. 6 of and (2) respectively of a new section numbered 27.a.

1865 as amended by

(2.) Section 2 of the said Ordinance is repealed, and in Ordinance lien thereof the following shall be added as sub-section (3) No. 10 f of the aforesaid new section. 27A :-

"(3.) For the purposes of this section " railway

includes " tramway

1910.

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Objects and Reasons.

When the Criminal Law Amendment Ordinances were framed in 1865 the English Consolidation Ordinances of 1861 were copied almost verbatim. But in connection with offences relating to Railways two sets of sections were omitted, because there were no railways in the Colony. These two sets of provisions dealt with practically the same acts-putting wood, stones, etc., on the railway, and other kindred matters, but the criminal intent in the two statutes was different -in the Malicious Damage Act it was damage to the railway, carriages, etc. in the Offences against the Person Act, it was damage endangering the safety of pas- sengers. The provisions of the former Act were introduced into the Colony by Ordinance No. 10 of 1910; this draft introduces those of the latter Act, and like No. 10 of 1910 it is made applicable to tramways.

I think that now that the New Edition of the Revised Laws is being prepared serions omissions in the law of the Colony should be remedied; in this case the object is to bring the law of the Colony into line with the English law on which it is based. Provision is made for introducing both the new sections and those of No. 10 of 1910 into their proper position in the Criminal Law Or- dinances of 1865.

Part II of No. 10 of 1910, which deals with a different matter, will remain as a substantive enactment.

F. T. PIGGOTT,

Chief Justice.

Short title.

Abolition of minimum penalties.

Where impri- sonment

imposed it may be with

or without hard labour.

Alternative

penalties in existing legislation repealed.

A

BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to abolish Minimum Penalties, and to bring the Law of the Colony as to Penalties into uniformity with the Law of England, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as Follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Amendment Ordinance, 1911 ".

"Penalties

2. In any enactment now in force which provides for the imposition of minimum penalties, whether of imprisonment or of a fine, the provisions, if any, relating to such minimum penalties are repealed in manner provided by the following sections; and unless the enactment as printed in the New Revised Edition of the Laws of Hongkong otherwise pro- vides, where a Court is empowered or required to award a sentence of imprisonment with hard labour for life or for a term of years, or of a fine, the Court may award a sentence less than for life or for the term of years, and with or without hard labour, or less than the fine, specified in the

enactment.

3. Where under any enactment now is force or in any future enactment, a Court shall sentence a person for an offence for which the penalty of imprisonmont is provided, the Court may, unless the enactment as printed in the New Revised Edition of the Laws of Hongkong or any such future enactment otherwise provides, inflict imprisonment with or without hard labour.

4. Wherever in any enactment now in force there is provided in addition to the penalty of imprisonment for life or for a term of years an alternative penalty of "imprison- meat (for any term) with or without hard labour", either with or without the further alternative with or without solitary confinement ", both or each of such alternative penalties, as the case may be, are repealed; and where either of the aforesaid alternative penalties is provided as alternative to any other penalty, it is repealed; and where the aforesaid alternative as to solitary confinement is provided as an alternative to a penalty of imprisonment, whether with or

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5. In all enactments now in force the words "at or in Repeal of the discretion of the Court ", or other words of like meau- words of ing, wherever they occur in relation to the imposition of discretion. penalties, are repealed.

6. Sentences imposing penalties can only be imposed Repeal of after the person charged has been found guilty and convicted words of according to law; it is therefore hereby enacted that in all conviction. enactments now in force the words "on conviction there- of", or "and being convicted", or other words 'of like meaning, wherever they occur in relation to the imposition of penalties, are repealed.

new editions

7. In all editions of the Laws of Hongkong hereafter to Authority to be printed the provisions which are repealed by this Or- incorporate dinance shall be omitted; and the sections so affected repeals in are hereby authorised to be printed in manner and form of the Laws corresponding as nearly as may be with the following of the "example", and the sections in which such provisions Colony. occur shall be construed and enforced accordingly :

Example.

Ordinance No. 6 of 1865, s. 4 :

"Every person who unlawfully and maliciously des- troys any part of any ship or vessel which is in distress, or wrecked, stranded or cast on shore, or any goods, merchandise, or articles of any kind belonging to such ship or vessel, shall be guilty of felony and being convicted thereof, shall be liabic, at the discretion of the Court, to imprisonment with hard labour for any term not exceeding fourteen years and not less than three years, or to imprisonment for any term not exceeling two years, with or without hard labour and with or without solitary confine- ment."

The aforesaid section shall be printed as follows:

"Every person who unlawfully and maliciously des-

troys any part of any ship or vessel which is in distress, or wrecked, stranded or cast on shore, or any goods, merchandise, or articles of any kind belonging to such ship or vessel, shall be guilty of felony, and shall be liable to impri- sonment with hard labour for any term not execeding fourteen years."

8.-(1.) In the sections of the Ordinances mentioned in Repeals and Part I of the schedule, the words " with or without hard amendments labour" after the word "imprisonment" are repealed.

(2.) In the sectious of the Ordinances mentioned in Part II of the schedule, in lien of the words "for the term of " there shall be read for any term not exceeding".

+

in Ordin- ances in schedule.

(3.) In the sections of the Ordinances mentioned in Part there III of the schedule, after the word "imprisonment shall be inserted the words "without hard labour ".

(4.) The Ordinances mentioned in Part IV of the sche- dule, are repealed to the extent therein mentioned.

9. Nothing in this Ordinance contained shall be con- Saving of strued as giving to a Court the power of inflicting a minimum

penalties in punishment less than the minimum punishment, if any, certain provided for offences against any revenue, customs quarantine law now in force or hereafter to be enacted.

or Ordinances.

before

10. Wherever in any enactment now in force it is Amendment provided that in case a person is convicted of an offence of words of before a Magistrate he shall either be "committed to the conviction common gaol, there to be imprisoned, or to be imprisoned Magistrate and kept to hard labour for any term ", or other like words in existing are used which have the same meaning, the person shall be Ordinances. liable to imprisonment, with or without hard labour, as the case may be, for the same term; and in all editions of the Laws of Hongkong hereafter to be printed the provisions above referred to are hereby authorised to be printed in man- ner and form corresponding as nearly as may be with the following "example", and the sections in which such provi- sions occur shall be construed and enforced accordingly :-

Amendment

of words

imposing fine in existing Ordinances.

Amendment of words

giving sum- mary juris- diction to the Magis- trate in existing legislation.

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Example.

Ordinance No. 5 of 1865, section 12 (1), in part:

"Every person who steals any dog shall, on convic- tion thereof before any Police Magistrate, either be committed to the common gaol, there to be imprisoned, or to be imprisoned and kept to hard labour, for any term not exceeding six months, or...

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This part of the aforesaid section shall be printed

as follows

"Every person who steals any dog, shall on convie- tion before a Magistrate, be liable to imprison- meat for any term not exceeding six months,

or...

**

11. Whenever in any enactment now in force it is pro- vided that in case a person is convicted of an offence before a Magistrue he shall be liable to pay", or "to forfeit and pay", a sum of money, or such sum of money not exceeding a specified sum "as to the Magistrate may seem meet", or other like words are used which have the same meaning, the person shall be liable to a fine of the amount, or not exceeding the amount so specified, as the case may be; and in all editions of the Laws of Hongkong hereafter to be printed, the provisions above referred to are hereby authorised to be printed in manner and form corresponding as nearly as may be with the following "example ", and the sections in which such provisions occur shail be construed and enforced accordingly.

Examples.

(4.) Ordinance No. 5 of 1865, section 12 (1), con-

tinued :-

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or shall forfeit and pay, over and above the value of such dog, such sum of money not exceeding one hundred dollars as to the Magistrate may seem meet."

This part of the aforesaid section shall be printed as

follows:

.............or shall be liable, over and above payment of the value of such deg, to a fine not exceeding 100 dollars."

(5.) Ordinance No. 5 of 1865, section 13 :

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Every person who unlawfully has in his possession or on his premises any stolen dog, etc., shall on conviction thereof before a Police Magistrate, be able to pay such sum of money not exceed- ing one hundred dollars, as to the Magistrate may seem meet."

This section shall be printed as follows

"Every person who unlawfully has in his possession or on his premises any stolen dog, etc., shall, ou conviction before a Magistrate, be liable to a fine not exceeding 100 dollars."

12. Whenever in any enactinent now in force provisions to the following effect occur, or other like words are used which have the same meaning, in relation to the exercise of summary jurisdiction by a Magistrate over offences, that is to say,

under and in accordance with the provi- sions of any Ordinance for the time being in force relating to the jurisdiction of Magistrates and the practice and pro- cedure before them in relation to offences punishable on summary conviction", they shall be held to be the equiva- lent of toe following provision :-

"the Magistrate may deal with the case summarily and may impose a fine not exceeding" such sum as may be provided.

And in all editions of the Laws of Hongkong hereafter to be printed, the provisions firstly above referred to are hereby authorised to be printed in manner and form corres- ponding as nearly as may be with the provision above substituted therefor, and the sections in which such provi- sions occur shall be construed and enforaad saconl...l-

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13. The following sections of Ordinances, being Repeal of rendered unnecessary by the provisions of this Ordinance, enactments are hereby repealed:-

In Ordinance No. 2 of 1865, sections 59 and 60.

""

No. 4 of 1865, sections 51 and 52. No. 5 of 1865, sections 99 and 100. No. 6 of 1865, sections 59 and 63. No. 7 of 1865, sections 30 and 31.

rendered un- necessary by this Or- dinance.

14.-This Ordinance shall come in force by proclamation Coming of the Governor, which shall not be issued until after the into force of

Ordinance. Council has authorised the New Edition of the Laws of Hongkong now in course of preparation to be the only authorised version of such Laws.

SCHEDULE.

PART I.

Sections of Ordinances in which the words "with or without hard labour" after the word "imprisonment" are repealed.

Ordinance No. 1 of 1845, sections 36, 38, and 44; and section 3 of the amending

Ordinance, No. 7 of 1905.

No. 1 of 1860, section 25,

"

No. 1 of 1868, sections 6 an:1 8.

:7

No. 1 of 1873, section 13.

D

No. 1 of 1875, section 4.

"7

"

No. 4 of 1875, sections 7, 8, and 11 (2).

No. 7 of 1875, sections 18, 28, and 32.

"

"

""

No. 1 of 1882, section 5.

No. 1 of 1884, section 16.

No. 10 of 1826, sections 4, 5, 7 (2),

8 (2), 9 (3), and 12.

No. 2 of 1887, sections 2 (2), 2 (8), 7,

and 8.

No. 4 of 1887, sections 6, 10 (1), and

11 (4).

No. 3 of 1888, sections 46, 47, and 48.

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PART II.

Sections of Ordinances in which in lieu of the words "for the term of" there are to be read the words "for any term not excveding",

Ordinance No. 2 of 1865, sections 19, 25, 26, 30,

42, and 48.

*

No. 5 of 1865, sections 5, 10, 19, 21, 30,

33, 46, 75, and 77.

No. 6 of 1885, sections 19, 20, and 22 (2).

PART III.

Sections of Ordinances in which after the word "imprison- ment" there are to be inserted the words

"without hard labour".

Ordinance No. 1 of 1845, sections 19, 20, 21, 22,

21

and 23.

No. 7 of 1865, section 19, in relation to

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Ordinance No. 4 of 1886, sections 4, 19 (1).

15

No. 1 of 1887, section 7.

No. 3 of 1888, sections 31 (2), 53,

PART IV.

Sections of Ordinances which are amended by the repeal of the following words.

Ordinance No. 1 of 1844, in section 24, the words

"and not less then seven years".

No. 1 of 1868, in sertions 2 (2), 3 (2),

and 4, the words from "and not

""

less to the end of the sections res-

pectively;

and in section 5, the words from and not less" to "hard labour".

No. 3 of 1868, in section 3, the words "or for any term" to the end of the section;

and in section 8 (2), the words

from "with or without bard" to

the end of the section.

4 of 1875, in section 9, the words from "or to imprisonment" to the end of the section.

Objects and Reasons.

The object of this Ordinance is to bring the law of the Colony on the subject of punishments into line with the law of England. It accomplishes this first, by abolishing minimum penalties, and thus gives the Julge the power of dealing leniently with cases which deserve to be so treated.

The Ordinance also does away with the confusion and redundancy of language which now exist in the penalty clauses of the Criminal Laws of the Colony. In the English Acts, from which our laws have been copied, there were alternative penalties provided of penal servitude for a maximum and minimum term (which was usually three years), and imprisonment with or without hard labour for not more than two years. The Criminal Law Ordinances, as originally passed, followed this form of alternative pen- alty. By Ordinance No. 3 of 1887, penal servitude was abolished, and imprisonment with hard labour substituted for it. In the Ordinances as they appear in the Revised Edition, "imprisonment with hard labour" has been sub- stituted for "penal servitude"; but no further change was made, with the result, as in the "example" given in s. 7, that the alternatives became "imprisonment with hard labour for not more than 14 and not less than 3 years and

imprisonment with or without hard labour for not more than 2 years". This is meaningless and the Or- dinance eliminates the second alternative. It should be noted that the penalty of "imprisonment with or without hard labour" as an alternative to penal servitude has been eliminated in England, but by a different process.

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The use of "examples" is based on Indian legislation, "Inter- and due recognition of it will be made in the new pretation Ordinance" now being drafted.

A further effective change is made by making the pen- alty of imprisonment always subject to the discretionary "with or without hard labour" (as it is in fact in the majority of cases) unless any Ordinance expressly provides otherwise. This is made to apply to future enactments, and will make the drafting of Ordinances uniform.

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The superfluous words "at the discretion of the Court"

on conviction thereof " are eliminated.

and "

The result of these changes so far as mere revision is concerned will be to reduce the bulk of the criminal laws of 1865, by at least one-third. But the more important result will be to let each offence clearly appear, and to condense the penalty clauses as much as possible, leaving them to be governed by the general principles laid down by this Ordinance.

The schedule makes corresponding alterations in the other Criminal Ordinances. The changes effected in Part 11 are in Ordinances where the penalty is in this form-" impri- sonment with hard labour for three years, or imprisonment with or without hard labour for not more than two years In these cases the "three years is not an absolute penalty because there is an alternative, and therefore the alteration is warranted.

Solitary confinement is a prison disciplinary measure and it is unusual for it to be put within the province of the Court to impose it as part of the original sentence; it is therefore proposed to delete the words "with or with- out solitary confinement" wherever they occur. This has been done with the concurrence of the Police and Prison authorities.

The schedule carries the amendments down to the stage at which the Revision Manuscript has at present arrived. In due course, as the Revision proceeds, legislation will be introduced adding other Ordinances to the different Parts of the schedule.

Three other clauses have been introduced, sections 10, 11 and 12, which deal with old, cumbersome, and out of date expressions, substituting therefor modern formulas.

It is not proposed that the Ordinance should come into force until the Council has sanctioned the New Edition as the authoritative version of the Ordinances of the Colony,

F. T. PIGGOTT,

Chief Justice.

No. S. 43.

HONGKONG

TO WIT.

NAME IN FULL.

140

HONGKONG.

JURORS LIST FOR 1911.

I. SPECIAL JURORS.

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

Aagaard, Bjarne............ Anton, Charles Edward.. Arculli, Abdoolla Fuckeera Armstrong, Francis Harold. Babington, Anthony Bailey, William Seybourne Balloch, Gideon Barrett, Edgar George Barton, John

Beattie, John Montgomery Becker, Albert Wilhelm

Arthur.....

Bérindoague, Louis Bird, Herbert William Bisschop, Philip Johan

Roosegaarde Bolles, John Walker

Bonnar, John Whyte Cooper. Bryer, Alfred

Carter, William Leonard Chau Siu Ki

Clark, Dunen

Clarke, William Edward

Cousland, Alexander Stark

Dalglish

Craddock, Douglas William

David, Abraham Jacob

Denison, Albert

Dickson, William Douglas, James Tory Dowley, Walter Arthur.. Dyer. Robert Morton... Ede, Charles Montague Forbes, Andrew.

Steamship Agent, Aagaard Thoresen & Co., Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Army & Navy Contractor, Assistant, Reiss & Co.,

Merchant, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Engineer, Bailey & Co.,

Merchant, Gilman & Co.,...

Sub-Manager, Dodwell & Co., Ld.,.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., L., Merchant, W. R. Loxley & Co.,

Merchant, Sander, Wieler & Co., Manager, Banque de l'Indo-Chine, Architect, Paimer & Turner,

General Agent, Java-China-Japan Liju....... General Manager, Standard Oil Co., Merchant, Gibb, Livingston & Co.. Architect, Leigh & Orange.............

1 Austin Avenue, Kowloon. Red Hill, Peak.

20 Yee Wo Street.

18 The Peak.

63 Robinson Road. Highlands, Kowloon. Queen's Road.

3 Park View, Lyttleton Road,

| Bed Hill, Peak.

Abergeldie, Peak.

Prince's Building. Chater Road,

6 The Peak.

York Building.

3 Elliott Crescent.

St. George's Building. Prince's Building.

Manager, China & Japan Telephone Co., | Kingsclere.

Seety,, Chun Ou Fire Insurance Co., Ll., ; 2 & 8 Queen's Road West. Storekeeper, Lane, Crawford & Co., ... Secretary, IIK., C. & M. Steamboat

Co., Lal.,

Manager, Ross & Co.,

General Traffic Agent, Canadian Pacific

Railway Co.,

Merchant, S. J. David & Co.,

Civil Engineer, Denison, Ram & Gibbs,... Manager, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Marine Surveyor, Goddard & Douglas,... .. General Manager, Vaenum Oil Co., Chief Manager, Dock Co.,

Tusculum, Peak.

Hongkong Hotel.

Dunedin, Barker Road, Peak.

10 Stewart Terrace, Peak. 104 Gough Hill. Peak.

Charter House.

Tantallon, Barker Road, Peak. Hongkong Hotel. Kingsclere.

Secty., Union Ince. Society of Canton, Ld., On premises.

Merchant, Bradley & Co.,

Eilandonan, Peak,

NAME IN FULL.

141

SPECIAL JURORS,-Continued.

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

Friesland, Gustav Adolf Georg Fuhrmann, Ernst Richard Fung Wa Chün

Gell, Johu

Gibbs, Lawrence

Gok, Carl Gottfried

Gordon, Alexander Grant.. Gourdin, Allston O'Driscoll Graham, Frank

Griffin, Albert Edwin Grimble, Charles Frederick

George

Gubbay, Charles Sassoon Halton, Frederick Joseph Hancock, Herbert Richard

Budd

Harvey, Robert Donald

Haskell, David

Ho Fook

Ho Kam Tong

.....

Merchant, Melchers & Co.,

Merchant, Reuter, Bröckelmann & Co.,... Compradore, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Merchant,

Architect, Denison, Ram & Gibbs,. Manager, Hamburg-Amerika Linie, Engineer, A. G. Gordon & Co., Masonic Hall,

Electrical Engineer,

Civil Engineer, Leigh & Orange,

General Broker,

Merchant, E. D. Sassoon & Co................ Agent, P. M. S. S. Co.,

Merchant,

Merchant,

Co., Ld.,

Merchant,

British-American Tobacco

Compradore, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Assistant Compradore, Jardine, Matheson

& Co., Ld.,

Hooper, Augustus Shelton...... Secretary, HK. Land Investment &

Io Tung.

Hough, Thomas Frederick.

Hughes, Edward Jones...

Hughes, John Owen Humphreys, Henry Hand, Robert Robertson Jack, William Charles Jupp, John Ambrose......

Jupp, William Dennys Koehn, Adolf ... Lafrentz, Charles Julius Lammert, George Philip Lau Chü Pak Law, Donaldson Riddell Leefe, Laurence Noel Lenzmann, Carl Robert.. Lieb, Fritz

Logan, William

Lowe, Arthur Rylands Luykx, Nicolaas Godfried

Maria

Mackenzie, Alexander Maitland, Francis

Marten, Richard................

Medhurst, George Harold Melchers, Friedrich Wilhelm....... Michael, Joseph Rahamin......] Moss, Dennis Kebir Moxon, Geoffrey Charles Northcote, Mowbray Stafford. Ormiston, Evan

Ough, Arthur Henry Pemberton, George William

Cyril

Pinckney, Herbert.... Ram, Edward Albert.. Raymond, Abraham Jacob Raymond, Albert.

Robertson, Henry Wallace Rodger, Alexander

Ross, Charles Henderson

Rumjahn, Ahmet

Sassoon, Moses Silas..

Sayer, George John Budds....

Schröter, Carl Christian

Hermann

Agency Co., Ld., Merchant,

Broker, & Govt. Auctioneer, Hughes &

Hough,

Broker, & Govt. Auctioneer, Hughes &

Hough,

Merchant, Harry Wicking & Co., Merchant, J. D. Humphreys & Son, Acting Sub-Manager, HK. & S'hai Bank, Consulting Engineer, W. C. Jack & Co.,. General Manager & Agent, Accountant,

J. D. Humphreys & Son, ... Manager, China-Borneo Co., L., Manager, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Merchant,

Auctioneer,

Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Merchant, Butterfield & Swire, Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Merchant, Carlowitz & Co................ Manager, Arnhold, Karberg & Co.,........ Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Li, Chartered Accountant,.

Manager, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Merchant, Arthur & Co., Merchant, Linstead & Davis, Merchant, Rädecker & Co., Manager, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Merchant, Wendt & Co., Broker,

Assistant, Alex. Ross & Co., Broker, Ellis Kadoorie & Co., Secretary, HK, Land Reclamation Co., Ld., Banker, Mercantile Bank of India,.. Civil Engineer, Leigh & Orange,

Queen's Building. 31 Robinson Road, On premises. Peak Hotel. The Peak. Queen's Building. Tor Crest, Peak. 61 Robinson Road. 4 Queen's Gardens, Prince's Building.

1 Prince's Building. 9 Macdonnell Road, 15 Conduit Road.

Cheltondale, Peak.

126 Barker Road. 2 Seymour Terrace. Caine Road.

Caine Road.

Rongemont, 1 Macdonnell Road. Caine Road.

8 Des Voeux Road.

Meirion, Peak. Morrison Hill. 3 Morrison Hill. On premises.

14 Des Vœux Central.

Ian Mor, Peak Road. 3 Stewart Terrace. Clovelly, Peak Road, 6 Peak Road. Elliot Crescent. Queen's Road Central. 1 Connaught Road. | 117 Plantation Road.

2 Comaught Road. Lergisland, Peak Road.

4 Century Crescent, Kennedy Road. St. George's Building, Chater Road.

Hongkong Club.

Dunedin, Barker Road.

Nettlewood, 55 Robinson Road.

5 Duddell Street.

Hazledine, Robinson Road. Strathallan, Robinson Road.

4 Century Crescent, Kennedy Road. Kowloon.

Peak.

5 Macdonnell Road. Derrington, Peak Road. Prince's Building.

Secretary, China Fire Insurance Co., Ld., | 42 Nathan Road, Kowloon. Exchange Broker, ..

Architect, Denison, Ram & Gibbs, Merchant, E. D. Sassoon & Co.,... Assistant, S. J. David & Co., Manager, Butterfield & Swire, Sugar Refiner, China Sugar Refinery, Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Merchant, H. Price & Co., Exchange Broker,

Civil Engineer, ....

Merchant, Garrels, Börner & Co., .........

Scott, William Murray ...... Sugar Refiner, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, ...

6 Stewart Terrace, Peak. The Peak.

Devonia, 11 Peak Road. Ravenshill, Park Rowi. 1 Connaught Road. East Point.

East Point.

12 Queen's Road.

4 Ice House Street.

19 Queen's Road Central.

Shorncliffe, Garden Road. Quarry Bay.

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NAME IN FULL.

142

SPECIAL JURORS,-Continued.

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

Shellim, Edward

Shewan, Robert Siebs, Hans August Skelton, Alfred Holland

Slade, Henry Adolphus

Warre

Stewart, Murray Swart, Schelto

Tam Tsz Kong,

Templeton, David Timmerscheidt, Richard Tomkins, Herbert Edmund Turner, Arthur

Walker, William Bradley Watson, William Malcolm.. Wendt, Friedrich August White, Henry Percy Whittall, James Bowyer

Kidman

Wilford, Francis Cuming Wilks, Edward Charles..... Young, George Macdonald

Merchant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld., Merchant, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Merchant, Siemssen & Co., Storekeeper, Lane, Crawford & Co., .......

Merchant, Gilman & Co.,..... Exchange Broker,

Merchant, Schuldt & Co.,

General Manager, Hip On Insurance

Exchange and Loan Co., Ld., Sugar Refiner, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Manager, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Merchant, Reiss & Co.,

Architect, Palmer & Turner,

Asst. Gen. Manager, Standard Oil Co., Merchant, John D. Hutchison & Co., Merchant, Wendt & Co.,

Merchant, Douglas, Lapraik & Co.,

Secretary, China Traders' Ince. Co., Ld., Lane, Crawford & Co.,.................... Engineer,.....

Sub-Manager, Butterfield & Swire,

Kurrahjeen, 7 Peak Road. St. George's Building. Lidbroke, 9 Conduit Road. Craigside, Peak.

On premises.

113, Plantation Road, Peak. 2 Victoria Lodge, Peak.

6, 7 & 8 Wa In Fong East. Corn Hill, Quarry Bay. Clovelly, Peak Road. Queen's Building. Eggesford, Peak.

18 Peak Road.

Abergelde, Plantation Road, Peak. 6 Ice House Road.

No. 1 Douglas Street,

Red Hill, Peak.

College Chambers.

14 Des Voeux Road Central, 1 Connaught Road.

NAME IN FULL.

II. COMMON JURORS.

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

A

Abbass, Abdul Hamid

Abney, Evelyn Edward de

Divelelie

Abraham, Albert

Abraham, Ezekiel Shooker Abraham, Ezra

Abraham, Reuben Alfred Adams, Francis Robert John Adolf, Carl

Ainslie. Ernest James,

Aitchison, Alexander. Aitken, Robert

Aitken, Samuel Robert

Alexander, Charles William

Allan, John Niven Rodger Allen, Frederick George

Allen, William Stanley Alouço, Thiago Florencio de

Silva

Alport, Claude Mashiter Alveg, Alb"to Eduardo

de Selavisa Alves, Alvaro Alvares Alves, Antonio Luiz Alves, Arthur Alvaro Alves, Egas Luiz de Selavisa. Alves, José Miguel Audel, Alexander Willem van Anderson, George William Anderson, William...

 Andrew, John Ingram Angelbeck, Ernst

Antonio, Ernesto......

Aquino, Eneas Goularte..

Librarian, Hongkong Club,.

Assistant, P. & O. Co.,

Clerk, Gas Co.,

Clerk, S. J. David & Co.,

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., British-American Tobacco Co., Ld., Civil Engineer, Howarth Erskine, Foreman Carpenter,

Assist. m, Laue, Crawford & Co., Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,..... Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant Manager, Holt's Wharf, Engineer, Dock Co.,..........

Draughtsman, Dock Co.,

Hongkong Club.

11 Mountain View.

On premises.

14 College Chambers, Chatham Road, Kowloon. Woolamai, Kowloon,

The Peak.

Kowloon Docks.

On premises.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

Oldesloe, Austin Roul, Kowloon. Kowloon Docks.

Kowloon Docks.

Overseer, HK, & K. W. & Godown Co., Lt, Sea View, Wanchai.

Manager, Sperry Flour Company,

Assistant, Siemssen & Co.,

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Clerk, Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld., Assistant, Dentsch-Asiatische Bank, Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Clerk, Union Ince, Soety, of Cauton, L.,.. Merchant,

Chief Asst., Holland-China Trading Co., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,. Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Manager, Geo. Fenwick & Co., Assistant, Robitsek & Reis,.

Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India,

33 Conduit Road.

Queen's Building. Hongkong Hotel.

On premises.

8 Arbuthnot Road. 12 Arbuthnot Road.

5 Humphrey's Avenue, Kowloon. 2 Queen's Building. 24 Robinson Road. Hongkong Club. Quarry Bay. Ou premises, Hongkong Hotel.

9 Macdonald Road. 26 Elgin Street.

Clerk, Netherlands India Commercial Bank, Des Vœux Road Central.

NAME IN FULL.

143

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

A-Continued.

Aquino, Louis Goularte...... Archbutt, Geoffrey Samuel Arculli, Adul Kader el Arculli, Osman el Armstrong, John Henry

William

Arndt, Ernst

Arnhold-Zedelins, Werner

Carl Otto.....

Arnold, John

Arnott, Thomas

Arthur, Thomas

Clerk, P. M. S. S. Co.,.....

16 Shelley Street.

Assistant, China Fire Insurance Co., Ld., Meirian, 2 The Peak.

Merchant,

Army & Navy Contractor,

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

20 Yee Wo Street.

20 Yee Wo Street.

1 Connaught Road.

Manager, HK. & China Shoe Factory Ld., Kingsclere.

Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co.,

Arnold, Edwin Lester Gilbert. Clerk, Commercial Union Assce. Co., Ld.,

Acct., HK., C. & M. Steamboat Co., Ld.,... Engineer, G. I. Cement Co., Ld., Marine Surveyor, Goddard & Douglas, Assistant, A. Apear & Co.,... Assistant, Java-China-Japan Lijn, Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Architect, Butterfield & Swire,

Asger, Asadullah Ebrahim Atkins. Samuel William Auld, James Durran Austin, Anthony Roy Austin, Frank...

B

Babcock, Alonzo Lorenzo Backhouse, James ilerbert Baguell, Allan Eustace. Bain, Alexander.......... Baist, Heinrich Reinhold Baptista, Manuel Barnes, Oliver John Barnett, Thomas Barr, John Hunter.. Barradas, Adolfo Maria. Barradas, Arthur Oscar. Barradas, Cezario Maria Barradas, Myriel Francisco

d'Assis..

Barrett, Reginald Frank

Barretto, Fernando Julio

Barretto, Frederico Demée

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

Kingsclere. Bonham Road,

3 Albany, Peak Road. Green Island.

St. George's Building. 46 Elgin Street. York Buildings. On premises.

1 Connaught Road. 1 Connaught Road.

Clerk and Stenographer, P. M. S. S. Co., St. George's House.

Clerk, Sander, Wieler & Co., Clerk, C. P. Railway Co., Engineer, China Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Carlowitz & Co.,.... Assistant, Vieira & Co., Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank,. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Works Foreman,

Clerk, Asiatic Petroleum Co., L.,.... Clerk, HK. & S'hai Bank, Clerk, China Sugar Refinery,

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., L., Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Merchant, Barretto & Co.,

Barretto, Frederico Francisco . Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Barretto, José Conde............. Barretto, Octavio Demée. Barros, Aatan Vasques

Barros, Authero Aprigio Barros, Horacio Frederico..... Barros, José Francisco

d'Assis

Bassford, William Faulkner Batalla, José. Xavien Bateman, Thomas

Bates, F. Lee

Bates, Henry

Bathel, Walther

Bean, David Keny

Bearwolf, Charles

Beattie, Matthew Pol Beaumont, Eliis Ackroyd Beaumont, William

Beaurepaire, Herbert Nicholas Beck, George

Deli. Marhael Robson Beli, William Deany Bellenger, Stanley Bagg Bell-Irving, John Beltran, Nicolas Antonio Benjamin, Joseph Berblinger, Albrecht August

Carl

Bernardo, Joaquim Natividade Bevington, Francis

Bierling, Friedrich Albert

Bruno

Bird, Cyril Frederick. Bird, George

Assistant, Cruz, Basto & Co.,... Assistant, Barretto & Co.,

Assistant, China Export, Import & Bank

Compagnie,

Clerk, HK. Rope Manufacturing Co., Ld., Assistaut, W. G. Humphreys & Co., ......

Clerk, Union Ince. Soety, of Canton, Ld.. Sugar Boiler, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Timekeeper, Taikoo Surgar Refinery, Clerk & Stenographer, P. M. S. S. Co.,... Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank, Assistant, F. Blackhead & Co., Assistant, MacEwen, Frickel & Co., Secretary, Oriental Brewery, LA.,

Prince's Building.

3 Victoria View, Kowloon. East Point Refinery.

2 Praya Central.

51 Elgin Terrace. On premises. Quarry Bay. Gas Works.

6 Robinson Road.

4 Rednaxella Terrace. East Point.

Queen's Building.

33 Wong-nei-chong Road. 4A Mosque Street.

1 Castle Road.

4 Mosque Terrance,

13 Belilios Terrace.

13 Robinson Road, Kowloon.

27 Mosque Street. 20 Water Street.

2 Punjab Buildings, Kowloon.

On premises. Quarry Bay.

2 Alveston Terrace. Quarry Bay. Baltimore Hotel. On premises.

4 Gordon Terrace. 4 Des Voeux Road. Causeway Bay.

Assistant Manager, W. R. Loxley & Co., | On premises.

Clerk, Sander, Wieler & Co., Carding Master, Cotton Mills,. Clerk, Hongkong Hotel, Foreman Boilermaker, Forcina, Taikoo Dockyard, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Clerk, C. P. Railway Co., Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Överseer, HK, & K. W. & Godown Co.,Ld., Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Ld.,

Merchant, Berblinger & Co., Ld., Assistant, Carlowitz & Co.,... Merchant, Bradley & Co.,

Merchant, Ferd. Bornemann & Co., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Watchman, Taikoo Dockyard,....

Prince's Building. Causeway Bay.

Hongkong Hotel.

Kowloon Docks.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

11 Humphrey's Avenne, Kowloon. East Point.

6 Ashley Road.

2 Hollywood Road.

Bonham Road.

13 Mosque Street. On premises.

Des Voeux Road Central. 1 Connaught Road. Quarry Bay.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

B-Continued.

Bird, Lennox Godfrey Bishop, Ernest Murray Blackburn, Leslie James Blair, Thomas

Blason, Charles Henry

Bloxsidge, Frederick John Boanas, William Henry

Thomas ....

Boisserec, Ludwig Magnus

Hubertus

Bolden, Samuel George Bone, Charles William Booth, Robert.................

Botelho, Jr., Augusto Cezar...

Botelho, Braz Joaquim Heytor Botelho, Francisco Xavier...... Botelho, João Antonio Heytor Botelho, Julius Caesar Boulton, Andrew Adams Boulton, Sydney

Boyes, John Ridley

Boysen, Kurt...

Brachmann, Günther

Bradbury, Bertram Walter Braun, Theodor Brayfield, Thomas

Gordon

Henry

Bredvad, Aage Peder Kristian Breton, Leonard Le

Brewer, Walter Frederick. Bridger, Herbert Ben

Bridger, Richard Leslie.... Brister, John Henry Fane Bristow, Richard Woodhouse Britto, Francisco Xavier Britto, José Maria. Brown, Arthur Brown, Charles Marsh Brown, George Ernest Brown, John Charles.. Brown, Reginald Loder. Brown, Robert John Brown, William Samuel Brown, Wilsou Browne, Christopher. Bryson, Andrew Birrell Buckle, Percy. Bulmer, John Herbert Bumann, Friedrich Carl Bune, Thomas Friedrich

Andreas

Banje, Henry Ferdinand Burie, George Andrew Burjor, Dady

Burnside, Walter Bursley, Alan John

Butcher, Harry

Bux, Noor Mahomed.

Buyers, Charles Badenoch......

Cabos, Carl.... Caig, John

C

Caldwell, George Arthur Campbell, Hugh Frank.. Campos, Henrique Maria Campos, José Maria Carduner, Emile Le

Carmichael, Alexander

Carmichael, Hugh Cameron

Carmichael, Hugh Fletcher ...

Architect, Palmer & Turner, Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank,

Manager,

Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refinery, Chartered Accountant, Butterfield

Swire,

&

Clerk, Kowloon Docks,

Clerk, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld.,

Assistant, Ferd. Bornemann & Co., Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Chief Clerk, Fumigating and Disinfecting Assistant, Barretto & Co.,

Bureau, Ld.,

Assistant, Schuldt & Co., Assistant, Barretto & Co., Clerk, Wendt & Co., Foreman Engineer, Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, HIK. & S'hai Bank, Clerk, Sander, Wieler & Co., Clerk, Sander, Wieler & Co., Butcher, Dairy Farm Co., Lil., Foreman, China Sugar Refinery,.......

Assistant, Berblinger & Co., Ld., Consulting Engineer, Carmichael & Clark, Assistant, Alex. Ross & Co., Bookseller...

Electrical Engineer,

Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Assistant, Reiss & Co., Watchman, Taikoo Dockyard

Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Godown Keeper, S. J. David & co., Wharfinger, Holt's Wharf,

Storekeeper, Dock Co.,...

2 Cameron Villas, Peak.

On premises.

Gas Works, Kowloon. Bowerington.

On premises.

Kowloon Docks.

Wanchai Road.

16 Des Voeux Road Central. Grand Carlton Hotel. 1 Connaught Road. Quarry Bay.

3 Chico Terrace. 44 Caine Road. York Building. 44 Caine Road, 7 Mosque Street. Kowloon Docks. Quarry Bay. On premises. Prince's Building. Prince's Building.

2 Lower Albert Road.

4 Moreton Terrace.

St. George's House, Kennedy Road.. Pelham House.

Oldesloe, Austin Road. Pedder Street.

159 Praya East. On premises. Reiss & Co. Quarry Bay.

9 Belilios Terrace. Queen's Building. Quarry Bay. Macdonnell Road,

Quarry Bay.

21 Canton Road, Kowloon, On premises.

Kowloon Docks.

Clerk, IIK. & K. W. & Godown Co., Ld., | 3 Stewart Terrace, Peak. Foreman Joiner, Dock Co.,

Kowloon Docks.

Clerk, Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld., 2 Queen's Building. Clerk,......

Office Gummer, P. & O. Co., Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Merchant,....

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Wharfinger, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Merchant and Commission Agent, Timekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Clerk, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Engineer, Fenwick & Co., Ld., Printer's Clerk, Kelly & Walsh, Ld., Supt. Engineer, Tramway Co.,

Assistant, Java-China-Japan Lijn..........

Co. Robinson Piano Co., Ld. On premises.

13 Macdonnell Road,

Queen's Building.

4 Des Voeux Road Central. Durbar House,

3 Quarry Point.

7 Queen's Road Central. Quarry Bay.

5 Lower Mosque Street. On premises.

121 Wanchai Road. The Peak.

York Building.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., | On premises. Chief Clerk, Dock Co.,................

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Clerk, Chartered Bank of I, A. & C., Assistant, G. P. Lammert,

Chief Acet., Banque de l'Indo-Chine,..... Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refinery,

Marine Surveyor,

......

Craigieburn, Peak.

13 Robinson Road, Kowloon...

15 Belilios Terrace.

On premises. 51 Pottinger Street,

Lyemoon Terrace. East Point. Queen's Building.

NAME IN FULL.

145

OCCUPATION.

Abode.

C-Continued.

Carroll, Anthony Henry Carroll, William Joseph Carter, Albert James...

Carvalbo, Beltrão Lucas de... Carvalho, Carlos Francisco de Carvalho, Duarte de Carvalho, Henrique José

Maria de

Carvalho, Julio Augusto de ... Castro, Bonifacio Maria Castro, Carlos Maria Castro, Joaquim Telles

d'Almada e

Champion, Major James Chan Pat......

Chapman, Ben Fletcher.... Chapman, Edward John Chapman, James Brand. Chapple, Frederick Thomas Charlton, Arthur Cheng Yuet Po Cheong Lai Hing Chinchen, Sydney John Chumutt, Frederick George..... Chunnutt, Oscar Rowan Clark, Douglas Edward Clark, Jasper Clark, Milton Ona Clarke, Ernest Blears

Claxton, Archibald Arthur Cobden, Alfred Sydney Cochrane, Hugh Roxburgh Coleman, Frederick Charles Collaço, Vicente Alexandre de

Paulo

Colson, George Basil.. Conceição, Maximiauo

Augusto da

Cooper, David

Coppin, Alan Griffiths

Costa, Roberto Augusto da

Course, Arthur

Cousins, Ralph Hutchinson

Craik, James

Crane, Arthur

Crapnell, Albert Edward

Crawford, Alexander......... Crawford, Frank Malcolm

Lane

  Crawford, William Joseph Crispin, Charles................... Croucher, Basil

Cruz, Antonio Maria da Cruz, Guilheme Pedro da Cubey, Edwin Banfield Cunha, Bernardino Maria

     Cardoso da Cunningham, Charles Clement

Francis

Curreem, Abdul

Currie, Alexander Scott

......

Curry, George Percy

D

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Accountant, British-American Tobacco

Co., L.,

Clerk, North China Insurance Co., Ld.,... Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank........................... Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Clerk, Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld., Clerk, Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld., Clerk, Yokohama Specie Bank, Ld., Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co.,

Assistant, International Bankg. Corp., ... Assistant Steward,

Assistant, China Fire Insurance Co., Ld., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire Assistant, Linstead & Davis, Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, W. Powell, Ld., Assistant, H. Price & Co., Manager, Bismarck & Co.,

Compradore, Singer Sewing Machine Co., Manager, North-China Ince Co., Ld., ... Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co., Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co., Chief Clerk, J. D. Humphreys & Co., Chief, T. & B. Dept., Standard Oil Co.,... Assistant, Standard Oil Co.,

...

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Assistant, J. D. Hutchison & Co., Chartered Accountant, Holt's Wharf,... Accountant, Mercantile Bank, Electrician Dock Co.,

Assistaut, HK. & S'hai Bank,.. Electrical Engineer,

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Shipbuilder, Dock Co., Assistant, Bradley & Co.,

Queen's Building, On premises.

11A Conduit Road. 13 Mosque Junction. 14 Arbuthnot Road. Club Lusitano.

On premises. On premises. On premises. Ou premises.

1 Lyemoon Villas, Kowloon. Hongkong Club.

1 Mosque Terrace.

1 Connaught Road Central. Kingsciere.

Quarry Bay. On premises.

12 Queen's Road Central.

18 and 19 Connaught Road Central. Wo On Lane.

Alexandra Building. Purkside, Kowloon. Parkside, Kowloon. 3 Stewart Terrace. 3 Queen's Gardens. 9 Pedder's Hill. East Point.

8 Queen's Road Central. Hongkong Club. On premises. Kowloon Docks.

1 Woodlands Terrace. Electric Co.'s Works.

Queen's Building. Kowloon Docks.

On premises.

Clerk, IIK., C. & M. Steamboat Co., Ld., | 10 Robinson Road.

Traffic Supt., Electric Tramway, Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard, Secretary, Hongkong Club,. Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Ellis Kadooric & Co., Clerk, Dock Co.,

Clerk, Lane, Crawford & Co., Assistant, Dock Co., Foreman Shipwright, Dock Co., . Timekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Merchant, Cruz, Basto & Co.,..... Assistant, W. G. Humphreys & Co.,..... Chief Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,

Clerk, Union Ince. Socty. of Canton, Ld.,

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Assistant, Arculli & Co.,................... Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Local Secretary, Gas Co.,.....

Power Station, Bowrington. Quarry Bay. Hongkong Club.

3 Taikoo Terrace, 4 Kimberly Villas. Kowloon Docks.

On premises. Kowloon Docks. Kowloon Docks. Quarry Bay.

1 Fairview, Robinson Road. 56 Peel Street. Quarry Bay.

| On premises.

East Point.

22 Leighton Hill Road.

3 Sea View Terrace, Quarry Bay. On premises.

  Dains, Gilbert Leroy Daleziel, James

  Dalgety, George Mackay Danenberg, Mario José Danielsen, Friedrich Julius Danielsen, Julius Emil Dashwood, Arthur Paul David, Râmesh,

Assistant, Standard Oil Co.,

Chief Engr., Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank, Assistant, Reiss & Co., Assistant, Siemssen & Co., Assistant, F. Blackhead & Co., Civil Engineer, Taikoo Dockyard, Licensee, Kowloon Hotel,

Lai Chi Kok. Quarry Bay. On premises. Reiss & Co.

On premises.

No. 3 Granville Road, Kowloon. Quarry Bay.

Kowloon Hotel, Kowloon,

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NAME IN FULL.

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OCCUPATION.

A BODE.

D-Continued.

Davidson, Alexander.... Davidson, Harry Bertram Davidson, Horace Davidson, Peter

Davies, Arthur Frederick Davison, William Dawson, Arthur Leopold Day, Frank Oswald Day, Gilbert

Debron, William Jobn

Delden, Eliza Jacques Henri

Vau

Deschamps, Maurice Desebrock, Hermann Emil.. Detmers, Kurt Devency, Joseph Dickie, James... Dickson, Robert.. Dinning, Hugh

Diss, Arthur Charles... Diss, George Ambrose Donnelly, Denis Ewart Dorone, Duncan James Dorward, David Doughty, Harry.. Douglas, Jolm Phillips Dowbiggin, Hugh Blackwell

Layard

Dransfield, Albert Drew, Walter Clement Drude, Frederick Fritz

Drude, Robert......

Drummond, Neil

Chief Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard,.....

Quarry Bay.

Assistant, British-American Tobacco Co., Y.M.C.A., Alexandra Building.

Clerk, HK. Ice Co., Ld.,

Sub-Accountant, International Bank, Manager, IIK. Hotel,

Foreman Shipwright, Dock Co., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,......... Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Assistant, G. I. Cement Co., Ld.,

Accountant, Neth.-India Com. Bank, Clerk, Messageries Maritimes,.. Assistant, Carlowitz & Co.,.... Clerk, Rädecker & Co., Spinning Master,

Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Master Tailor, Diss Bros., Master Tailor, Diss Bros., Merchant, Garner, Quelch & Co., Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld., Engineer, G. I. Cement Co., Ltd., Engineer, G. I. Cement Co., Lt.,

Assistant Accountant, Mercantile Bank,... Timekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Merchant, H. Wicking & Co.,

Office Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co., Clerk, Vacuum Oil Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery,

Dübgen, Walther Edmund Otto Manager, H. A. Fromn,

Duncan, George.

Duncan, George Leopold Dunnipace, Harold Edgar...... Duurich, Arthur Ellis William Dutton, Sydney Hardy

E

Earle, Alan Francis Eberius, Gattfried Fritz Edkins, George Thomas..... Edwards, George Richard.. Edwards, Robert Campbell Edwards, William Walter.. Eggers, Herbert...... Ehrenfels, Hugo Charles Elborough, Alfred Charles

Ernest

Eldridge, William James Ellis, Albert

Ellis, Ezekiel Isaac

Ellis, Frederick

Ellis, Oswald Isaac Elson, William Thomas Emberley, William Henry. Engel, Gustav Christoph Esrom, Frank................ Eustace, Bert Evans, Edward Henry Evans, Llewellya Ewing, John Jessiman Ezra, Edward

F

Farne, Francis Henry Farrell, Peter Thomson... Ferguson, James Carson Ferguson, John

Ferguson, Robert Alexander...] Fernandes, Menino.......

Foreman Plumber, Dock Co.,

Ice House Street. Magazine Gap, 151 Peak. On premises. Kowloon Docks.

1 Connaught Road. 10 Seymour Terrace, Peak Hotel. Deep Water Bay.

16 Peak Road.

On premises.

2 Commught Road.

5 Duddell Street. Cotton Mills.

Taikoo Terrace, Quarry Bay. Taikoo Terrace, Quarry Bay.

2 Sea View Terrace, Quarry Bay. 2 Seymour Road.

36 Caine Road. Kingsclere. East Point.

Des Voeux Road.

Green Island Co.'s Works.

8 Austin Avenue.

On premises.

2 Lyemoon Terrace.

18 Macdonnell Road.

4 Humphreys' Avenue, Kowloon.

6 Lochiel Terrace.

Quarry Bay.

4 Gordon Terrace, Kowloon. Kowloon Docks.

Assistant, MacEwen, Frickel & Co., ...... Observatory Villas, Kowloon.

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Accountant, Gas Co.,

Assistant, E. D. Sassoon & Co.,

Engineer, Electric Traction Co., Ld....................... Merchant, Eberius & Co.,

Sub-Manager, Butterfield & Swire, Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.,

Chief Accountant, HK. & S'hai Bank, Clerk, II. Price & Co., Ld.,.... Assistant, Jebsen & Co.,

Quarry Bay.

Gas Works.

Westly, Babington Path.

1 Morrison Hill.

4 Macdonnell Road.

On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

12 Queen's Road Central, King's Building.

General Manager, Oriental Brewery, L., HK, Hotel.

Assistant, IIK, & S'hai Bank, Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Broker,

Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld., Assistant, Whiteaway & Laidlaw, Merchant, Wm. Meyerink & Co., Assistant, Schuldt & Co., Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, IIK. & S'hai Bank, Tug Master, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld.,

On premises. Quarry Bay. Peak Hotel.

8 Pedder's Hill.

8 Pedder's Hill.

3 Pedder's Hill.

Alexandra Building.

9 Morrison Hill Gap Road. Ravenshill West.

On premises. On premises. Quarry Bay. On premises. Quarry Bay.

21 College Chambers.

Assistant, China Fire Insurance Co., Ld., 45 Graham Street.

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,. Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Clerk, Kelly & Walsh, Ld.,......

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay,

Quarry Bay.

4 Arsenal Street.

1

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147

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

F-Continued.

Ferrier, Charles Arthur Walter Assistant, IK. & S'hai Bank,.

Feslier, Albert

  Fielder, Bertie Ernest Figueiredo, Eduardo José de..... Figueiredo, Henrique João

     Melchiades de.................... Figueiredo, Manuel Augusto... Finke, Hermann.... Fisher, Thomas James Fisher, John

  Fittock, Charles, Jr. Fletcher, Harold Leuthwaite... Forbes, Alexander Rodger.............. Forbes, John Rodger... Ford, Edward Stephen Ford, William Falconer. Forrester, John

Franco, Viriato Freese, Wilhelm.. Friedrichs, Carl August

Ernst Max Frisbugen, Hanus

Frisk, Frithjof

G

Galloway, Alfred Douglas..... Galluzzi, Raoul

Garcia, Francisco Maria Gardner, Joseph...........

Gardner, Jr. William Frederick Gardner, William

Garraway, James Graham Gaster, Ernest

Gaudet, André

Gausden, James George

Stanley

Geddes, Francis

Gee, Archibald Daniel Gegg, George William

Gellion, Frederick Johnson Gittins, Henry Glendinning, Walter

Glendinning, Perey Richard... Goggin, William George Goldenberg, Harry.....!..

Goldschmidt, Sylvain

Gomes, Francis

Gomes, João Eduardo

Goulborn, Vernon

Gourgey, Ivor.................... Gourgey, Maurice Gow, David ....

Graça, Francisco Maria de

Paulo

Graff, Reginald Charles Graham, Hedley White

Graham, James William

Gray, Robert

Gray, Samuel.... Gregersen, Christoph Gregory, Alfred

........

Gregory, Tigran Matthcos Gregory, William Perey Greig, Kenneth Edward Grimshaw, Thomas Groskamp, Willem Hendrick.

Gubbay, David Sassoon....... Gubbay, Raphael Aaron Güillet, Arthur Francis......... Günsher, Hugo

|

Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Assistant, Hughes & Hough,

Clerk, Carlowitz & Co., Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Assistant, Jebsen & Co., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Engineer, Dock Co., Superintendent, Dock Co., Consulting Engr., Carmichael & Clarke,....... Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refinery, Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refinery,...... Clerk, HK. & K. W. & Godown Co., Ld., Harbour Foreman Engineer, Dock Co., Sub-Acet., International Bankg. Corp. Bookseller's Asst., Kelly & Walsh, Ld.,... Assistant, Blackhead & Co.,

Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Assistant, Carlowitz & Co.,............... Manager, pre-pro. Russo-Asiatic Bank,

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld., Clerk, P. M. S. S. & Co.,

...

...

On premises. On premises.

1 Comanght Road.

8 Des Voeux Road.

21 Caine Road.

1 Victoria View, Garden Rd., K'loon King's Building.

1 Connaught Road. Cosmopolitan Docks. Aberdeen Docks. 2 Mountain View. Praya East. 129 Praya East. Kowloon.

Kowloon Docks. Calder Path.

2 Queen's Road East. Bonham Road.

3 Macdonnell Road, 2 Praya Central. Peak Hotel.

1 Connaught Road. 11 Conduit Road.

52 Peel Street.

Clerk, Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, Ld., 2 Queen's Building.

Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Engineer, HK. Rope Manufacturing Co.,

Ld.,

Foreman Engineer,

Asst., China Fire Insurance Co., Ld.,.............. Chief Clerk, Messageries Maritimes, ......

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.,

Clerk, Union Ince. Society of Canton, L., Assistant, Lane Crawford & Co.,.......... Hughes & Hough................

Electrician, W. C. Jack & Co., Accountant, Cotton Mills,

Chief Inspector, Electric Traction Co., Assistant, Horse Repository, ...

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co., . Assistant, Ullmann & Co.,

Clerk, Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Assistant, Douglas, Lapraik & Co.,

Assistant Engineer, HK. Rope Manu-

facturing Co., Ld., ....

Assistant, E. S. Kadoorie & Co., Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld., Clerk, Dock Co.,

Assistant, China Sugar Refinery, Assistant, P. & O. Co.,.. Manager, Connell Bros.,

Supt. Shipbuilder, Dock Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Foreman Turner,

Assistant, Jebsen & Co.,

On premises.

Villa Maria, Glenealy No. 11. Kowloon Docks. 4 Morrison Hill. On premises.

On premises. Queen's Building. On premises.

Ice House Street.

14 Des Voeux Road Central.

On premises.

3 Morton Terrace.

Causeway Bay.

23 Belilios Terrace. On premises.

Co. J. Ullmann & Co.

15 Seymour Road.

29 Caine Road.

Hongkong Hotel,

2 Seymour Terrace. 21 Belilios Terrace. Kowloon Docks.

58 Peel Street.

11 Mountain View, Peak. Hotel Mansions.

Kowloon Docks.

Quarry Bay. Kowloon Docks.

King's Building.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.,. 10 Humphreys Avenue, Kowloon.

Merchant, A. V. Apear & Co., Printer, Kelly & Walsh Ltd., Manager, Engine Works,.... Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Accountant, Netherlandsche

Maatschappij,

Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Broker,

Handel

Clerk, A. R. Marty & Co., Assistant, MacEwen, Frickel & Co.,

45 Wyndham Street.

3 Carnarvon Road, Kowloon.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

7 Garden Road.

9 Macdonnell Road.

4 Des Voeux Road Central.

15 Queen's Road Central.

4 Des Voeux Road.

NAME IN FULL.

148

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

G-Continued.

Gutierrez, Augusto Aureliano. Gutierrez, Francisco Maria Gutierrez, Gregorio Maria...... Gutierrez, João Maria

H

Hacking, John Emmott

William

Haesloop, Conrad

Haigh, Fred. Dunwell

Haines, Hereward Francis Hall, Jonathan Hall, Robert

Hall, Thomas Philip Hamet, Abdool Hoosen. Hamilton, Alexander.. Hamilton, Charles Norman

Maclean

Hamilton, John Campbell.............. Hancock, Harry Cyril Rider... Hanitzsch, Fritz Rudolf Hannibal, Walter Albert

Hausen, Theodor Friedrich

Hansen, Wallace John Hanson, James Eruest Hardwick, William Harker, Bernard Brotherton. Harrington, John Joseph Harrison, Charles Ingleby. Harrison, Frank Seymour. Harrison, Tom Lloyd........... Harron, Heury Love Hartig, Gottlieb Ernst Louis... Harvey, David

Harvey, Donald

Haskell, Ernest David

Hassan, Hoosan

Hatt, Charles

Hauswirth, Fred. Haxton, George Kav. Hay, George Morrison Hayward, Ernest Malcolm Hazeland, Ernest Manning Heath, Henry Thomas Hechtel, Otto Peter

Hedgwood, Otto........ Hedley, William.......... Heermann, Carl Friederich Hegarty, Herbert George Heid, Alvin Henry...... Heldt, Franz

Hell, Paul Edward Heinrich

   Wilhelm Helm, Kurt Alfred..... Henderson, Alexander Henderson, Archibald Kerr Henderson, James Henderson, John Mentiplay Hendrich, Max Heinrich Herbst, Carl Emil Peter Hermeling, Peter August

Hubert........ Heron, Arthur William

Hertslet, Heury Reginald Heuser, Carl Wilhelm Hewett, Arthur Stanley Hewitt, Alfred Herbert.. Hickie, Sidney Douglas.... Hickling, Clement Chinery Hickman, Harry Frank... Hidden, Stanley a

Clerk, HK. & S'bai Bauk, Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Clerk, IIK. & S'hai Bank, Assistant, F. Blackhead & Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, F. Blackhead & Co., Assistant, Kelly & Walsh, Ld., Brakesman,

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Engineer, Holt's Wharf, Marine Surveyor,.

Assistant, Garner, Quelch & Co., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

14 Mosque Street. 6 Conduit Road. On premises. 1 Mosque Street.

Quarry Bay.

13 Magazine Gap. 10A Conduit Road. 31 Saw Wa Fong, Wanchai. 1 Connaught Road. Holt's Wharf. Hongkong Hotel.

39 Morrison Hill Road. Quarry Bay.

Engineer, China Light & Power Co.,...... Kowloon. Clerk, P. M. S. S. Co., Broker,

Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Clerk, Wendt & Co.,

Assistant, F. Blackhead & Co., Assistant, II. Skott & Co., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Employee, Taikoo Sugar Refinery,. Architect,

Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard, Storeman, Dock Co.,

Ince. Asst., S. J. David & Co., Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Pansman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Kruse & Co.,

Marine Engineer, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co.,....... Assistant, E. S. Kadoorie & Co., Assistant, II. Price & Co., Ld., Inspector, C. & J. Telephone Co., Brewmaster, Oriental Brewery, Ld., Manager, IIK. Ice Co., Ltd., Civil Engineer, Leigh & Orange, Book-keeper, Laue, Crawford & Co., Architect,

Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Wendt & Co.,

Engineer, G. I. Cement Co., Ld., Timekeeper, Dock Co.,..... Merchant, Gaupp & Co., Assistant, IIK. & S'hai Bank, Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Assistant, Schuldt & Co.,

Merchant, Kruse & Co.,

Assistant, Garrels, Börner & Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Hongkong Hotel. Peak Hotel. Kowloon.

36 Nathan Road. 5 Caine Road.

2 Ormsby Villas. Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay.

2 Pedder's Street. Quarry Bay. Kowloon Docks. The Peak.

Hotel Mansions. 1 Lyemoon Terrace. Hotel Mausions.

13 Austin Avenue. On premises.

2 Seymour Terrace.

12 Queen's Road Central. No. 2 Duddell Street.

Lai Chi Kok.

Ice House, East Point. Prince's Building.

On premises.

2 Park View.

Quarry Bay.

3 Ormsby Villas, Granville Road,

Kowloon.

G. I. Cement Co.'s Works. Kowloon Docks.

Deacon's Bungalow.

On premises.

Hotel Mansions.

York Building.

Hotel Mansions.

Knutsford Terrace, Kowloon. Quarry Bay,

Asst. Engineer, HK. Tramway Co., Ld.,.. 159 Praya East.

Engineer, Bailey & Co.,

Boilermaker, Dock Co.,

Assistant, Siemssen & Co., Clerk, Holt's Wharf,

Superintendent Engineer, Nord. Lloyd,....... Wharfinger, HK. & K. W. & Godown

Co., Ltd.,

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Assistant, Eberins & Co.,

Accountant, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Chief Engineer, G. I. Cement Co., Ld.,... Merchant, China Express Co., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

Austin Avenue, Kowloon. Kowloon Docks.

Queen's Building.

4 Seymour Terrace, Kowloon.

Intramuros, Caine Road.

11 Nathan Road. On premises.

18A Macdonell Road. On premises. Green Island.

25 Belilios Terrace. 1 Connaught Road.

Assistant, China Fire Insurance Co., Ld., | 5 Morrison Hill, Assistant, Whiteaway & Laidlaw, ......... Wyndham Hotel.

NAME IN FULL.

149

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

H-Continued.

Hildebrandt, Johannes Carl

Hill, Thomas

Hill, Walter Joseph Hoffman, Harry Edward Hoggard, Frederick Hoit, Harold Osborn Holyoak, Percy Hobson Hooper, Joseph Ho U-ming

Howell, Charles Lloyd

Assistant, China Export, Import aud

Bank Compagnie,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Chief Clerk, Oriental Brewery, L., Foreman, G. I. Cement Co., Ld., Book-keeper, Wm. Powell, Ld., Salesman and Assistant, Reiss & Co., Clerk, HK. & K. W. & Godown Co., Ld., Secretary, Sam Wang Co., Ld..

Broker,

Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard, Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, W. G. Humphreys & Co.,

Humphreys, William Meyrick Clerk, W. G. Humphreys & Co......................

Howard, Edward

Howie, Neil McDonald

Hoy, William

Humphreys, Cecil

Hunter, George

Hunter, Hugh.....

Hunter, James

Hunter, James Adam

Hunter, Robert

Hunter, Tobias

Hüpeden, Haus

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Clerk, Union Ince. Socty, of Canton, L., Assistant Fitter,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Engineer, Macdonald & Co.,

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.,

Hurley, Frederick Charles...... Assistant, Hughes & Hough, Hyde, James

Hyndman, Francisco Henrique Hyndman, Henrique, Jr.

Clerk of Works, HK. & K. W. &

Godown Co., Ld., Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Clerk, Bailey & Co.,..............

1 Queen's Gardens. Quarry Bay.

Taikoo Terrace, Quarry Bay. Kin sclere.

Deep Water Bay Works. Alexandra Building.

Westley, Babbington Path. 3 Stewart Terrace, Peak. 81 Queen's Road Central. Des Voeux Road.

17 Chater Road, West Point.

Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay.

2 Peak Road,

9 Stewart Terrace, Peak.

7 Lochiel Terrace, Kowloon.

| Ou premises.

Gas Works. Quarry Bay.

2 Victoria View, Kowloon.

| 4 Humphreys' Avenue, Kowloon.

9 Robinson Road.

1 Meirion, Peak.

6 Ashley Road.

4 Rose Terrace, Kowloon.

2 Carnarvon Villas, Kowloon.

levers, Thomas Patrick....... Irving, John Mark Mardhaugh. Ismail, Sheek Ebrahim Ismail, Sheik Kamjahn

Assistant, Vacuum Oil Co., Engineer, HK, Ice Co., Ld., Assistant, Holland-China Trading Co.,... Clerk, HK. & K. W. & Godown Co., Ld.,

56 Nathan Road. East Point.

5 Yee Woo Street. 20 Leighton Hill Road.

J

Jack, James

Jacobs, Edward

Jahrand, Alfred

Jameson, Philip Sutherland Jasse, Carl George Heinrich Jebsen, Michael

Jesus, Albino Alberto da Jesus, Francisco Montalto de. Jesus, José Vicente Paulo de. Joass, Heury Crawford Johnson, John

Johnson, William Murray Johnstone, John Jolly, William

Jone Bong Cheng Jones, Samuel Richard

Jorge, Francisco José Vicente,

Jr.,

 Jorge, Heitor Telles Joseph, Joseph Edgar Joseph, Raymond Menasse Judah, James Jacob

Judah, Raphael Solomon. Juman, Samuel

Kadoorie, Ellis Kahr, Armand Kaily, William

K

 Kastmann, Karl Adolf August Keating, Augustin Kedward, Thomas Agor Keith, Allan

Keith, David

Kellinghusen, Hermann Otto

Franz

Book-keeper, Dairy Farm Co., Ld., Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Assistant, Jebsen & Co., .....

Mill Manager,

Clerk, Rä lecker & Co., Assistant, Jebsen & Co..

Clerk, Canadian Pacific Railway Co., Book-keeper, W. C. Jack & Co., Assistant, Gordon & Co.............. Assistant, HK. & S'hat Bank,.. Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard, Timekeeper, Dock Co.,

2 Kimberley Villas, Kowloon. 1 Occidental Hotel, Kowloon.

No. 5 Queen's Gardens. Cotton Mills.

5 Dnddeil Street.

19 Conduit Road.

Is Morrison Hill Road. 13 Robinson Road.

12 Morrison Hill Road. On premises. Quarry Bay. Kowloon Docks.

Merchant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., | No. 2 House, East Point.

Secretary, Dock Co.,

Kowloon Docks.

Accountant, Singer Sewing Machine Co., 14 Lyndhurst Terrace.

Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,.

Merchant, Jorge & Co.,

Assistant, Siemssen & Co.,

Exchange Broker,......

Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ltd., Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co.,

Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ll.,

Quarry Bay.

21 Old Bailey. Queen's Building. 35 Robinson Road. Deronia, Peak Road. 11 College Chambers. 11 Seymour Road.

Clerk, HK. & K. W. & Godown Co., Ld., Praya East.

Broker, E. S. Kadoorie & Co..... Manager, Ullmann & Co., Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Assistant, Siemssen & Co.,

Manager, Deep Water Bay Brick Work,. Ship Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co., Foreman Carpenter,

Assistant, Siemssen & Co.,

Prince's Building. 5 Caine Road. Lai-chi-kok. Queen's Building. Deep Water Bay. Quarry Bay. Peak Hotel. Kowloon Docks.

Queen's Building.

NAME IN FULL.

150

OCCUPATION.

A BODE.

K-Continued.

Kench, Owen Ceely

Kennedy, David ................

Kennedy, James John Stodart. Kennett, Henry William

Balmer.....

Kennett, Herbert Sydney Kerr, William.............

Kew, Charles Herbert Whiteley Kew, Joseph Whiteley Kbaras, Dinshaw Kavasji.. King, James William.... King, Walter

King, Wilfrid Henry Tindal... Klimanek, Philip Harding Knight, Charles Crosby. Knox, Lefferts

Kohler, Arnold

Korten, Hanus Leonhard

Werner

Kraft, William Dana

Kramer, Oswald.....

Kuhn, Arthur

Kullmann, John

|

Accountant, British-American Tobacco

Co., L.,

Manager, Horse Repository,

Hongkong Hotel.

Causeway Bay.

Genl. Manager, Electric Traction Co., Ld., 1 Morrison Hill.

Assistant, China-Borneo Co., Ld., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

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

4 Kuntsford Terrace, Kowloon.

1 Commanght Road.

Quarry Bay.

Clerk, IIK. & K. W. & Godown Co., Ld., 27 Seymour Road.

Engineer,

P. & O. Co.,

Stop man, Dock Co.............

?

Bookseller. Kelly & Walsh, Ld., Clerk, Jardine. Matheson & Co., Lil., Assistant, Holland-China Trading Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Manager, China Mutual Insurance Co., Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, ....

Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Assistant Manager & Attorney, Standard

Oil Co.,

Manager, H. Robitsek & Reis,

Principal, Kahu & Kom r,

Bauker, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank

Kunze, Paul Adolf Adalbert.. Mercantile Representative, Shewan,

Kwong King la

Kylling, Henry

Tomes & Co.,

Clerk, Bismarck & Co.,

Assistunt, Dady Burjor & Co.,

14 Des Voeux Road Central.

14 College Chambers. Kowloon Docks.

Mag lalene Terrace, (149 Peak). East Point Junior Mess.

Hotel Mansions,

1 Connaught Road.

On premises.

Kingsclere, Kennedy Road.

On premises.

13A Macdonnell Road. 9 Marionnell Road. Queen's Road Central, Club Germania.

2 Lyemoon Villas, Kowloon. Connaught Road Central, 31 Pokfulam Road.

Laing, Alfred

L

Lakin, George Mason. Lambert, Alfred ....... Lambert, John

Lammert, Frank.

Lammert, Herbert Alexander Lammert, Lionel Eugene Lamperski, Albert Wilhelm Lander, John William Ling, Archibald Orr.. Lang, William Edwin Langstein, Ludwig Victor. Lanning, Oswald Victor Laurenz, Georg Rul !f Lamisen, Cris Lauritsen, Martin Lawder, Cecil .......... Lawrence, John Henry Lay, Kenneth Fortescue Leask, William Laughton Lee. George

Leith, Alis.er Cameron. Lemun, John Lennox, John.......

Leon, Manuel Valutin Leong, Ernest............. Lester, Hugh William Lemng Fee Cooke

Lenz, Harold Rudolf

Levy, Silas Simon Lingard, A.fred Arthur.. Little, Alexander Colbourae... Little, John Hargraves Logan, Arthur Comming.. Long, Edwin Arthur Elliott Long, Reginald Frederick... Lopes, Arthur dos Anjos Lopes, Arthur

Lopes, Carlos Augusto Lopes, Dellano Pedro Jesus Lopes, José Maria Conceição. Losseus, Jacob Johan

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Assistant, Gibb, Livingston & Co.,... Assistant, Leigh & Orange Lloyds' Surveyor,

Assistant, Clilbeck, MacGregor & C Assistant, G. P. Lammert, Assistant, G. P. Lammert, Assistant, Melchers & Co., Tim ke per, Dock Co................

Mercantile Asst., Gibb, Livingston & Co., Sub- Veet, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., L.,... Assistant, Carlowitz & Co....... Supt. Bottling Dept., Oriental Brewery, Ld, Engineer, Oriental Brewery, Ld.,

Assistant, China Mutual Life Ince. Co..... Clerk, Dock Co.,

Bank Clerk, International Bankg. Corp.,../ Civil Engineer, Leigh & Orange, Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Assistant, HK, & S'hai Bank, Architect,

Supdt. Engineer, Butterfield & Swire. Clerk, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Cashier, Oriental Brewery, Ld., Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Coal Merchant, &c.,

Clerk, Sander, Wieler & Co., Clerk, E. D. Masson & Co., Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Architect,

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Manager, Singer Sewing Machine Co., Stenographer, Standard Oil Co.,.. Electrical Engineer,

Clerk, P. M. S. S. Co.,

Assistant, Siemssen & Co.,

Clerk, P. M. S. S. Co.,

Clerk, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Clerk, HK. & S'hai Bank,

1 Connaught Road. St. George's Building. 36 Caine Road. Alexandra Building. 1 Seymour Terrace. Cotton Mills, East Point.. 4 Elliot Crescent. On premises. Kowloon Docks, St. Georges Building. Queen's Road.

3 Queen's Gar lens. 48 Peak.

2 Commanght Road. Lai Chi Kok. Lai Chi Kok. Elgin Street. Kowloon Docks.

West Villas Castle Road. On premises.

31 Pokfulam Road.

On promises.

7 Humphreys Avenue, Kowloon. On premises.

25 Mosque Street. 13 Caine Road. On premises.

38 Connaught Road. Prince's Bui:ding. 7 Barrow Terrace. North Point.

Bank Buildings.

1 Connaught Road Central. Kingsclere.

4 Lycemoon Villas, Kowloon. Electric Co. Works, Wanchai. Barrow Terrace, Kowloon. On premises.

6 Barrow Terrace, Kowloon. 43 Elgin Street.

On premises.

Assistant Superintendent, P. M. S. S. Co., St. George's House.

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ABODE.

Loureiro, Eduardo José da

Shiva

Loureiro, Peter

Chief Clerk, Rope Works,

Banker, National Bank of China, Ld.,

Lubman, Carl Friedrich Job | Assistant, Carlowitz & Co........

Lühring, Edward

Luz, Alvaro Augusto da Lyle, David

Lyman, Charles Edward Lysaught, John Joseph.. Lyson, Cecil Hynes

M

Maas, Martin Mortimore MacCrae, Donald Macdonald, Alexander

Macdonald, Donald Maegror, Robert.... Mackenzie, Alexander Mackintosh, Frederick

Alexander Macklin, John

Macruby, James Duneau Maguer, Leo John

Maher, Antonio Sebastião Maher, Marcellino José.......... Makeham, Charles.. Makin, Henry Reginald.... Manboff, Charles Norman Maon, Frederick Randall Manners, Johu Manuk, Malcolm Mark, Marvin Walter Marshall, Walter Basil Martens, Robert.

Martin, Friedrich Julius

Pipp

Martin, James

Martin, Richard Clare Mason, James............. Matthews, William Walter Maurie, Evaristo... Maxfic, Walter,

May, 1. nest Alfred George McCam, Andrew Imrie.. McCormack, John McCudio, Johu McCullin, John

McCul gh, William Douglas... McCureb, William McDou all, Alexander McHug. Frank Edward Mellu hon, James Maitland Meluteh, Alexander Forsyth. Melats o, Wilson McKay William McKudy, Archibald MeLeo, John McNeil, Duncan

McNeile, David Mead, anes Henry Meek,homas Meeston, Titus de Mehta. Byramjee Kaikhushroo Melta, Jamshed Naorojec............... Meier, olin Max Heinrich Melvin, James Dewar Messner, Franz Karl Metzsenky, Wilhelm Zsch Meyer, Carl Meyer, Carl Martin Meyer, Jobanues Emil Meyer. Oscar ............ Michaci, Sassoon Hai

Assistant. Sander, Wieler & Co.,.. Clerk, HK. & S'hai Bank, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Clerk & Stenographer, P. M. S. S. Co.,... Engineer, John Lysaught & Son, Clerk, H. Price & Co., Ld.,.

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,... Engineer.

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Clerk, C, P. L. & M. Co.. I I.,

Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Foreman. Talkoo Dockyard, Chemist, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, S. Moutrie & Co., Assistant, Sander, Wieler & Co., Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Assistant, Dairy Farm Co., L., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Accountant, Oriental Brewery, L., Assistant, P. & O). Co.,

Assistant, Siemssen & Co.,

Accountant, Dairy Farm Co., Ld., Clerk, Gordon & Co.,

Assistant. Butterfield & Swine,

4 Belilios Terrace. 2 The Albany.

2 Praya.

Prince's Building. On premises. Quarry Bay.

11 Humphreys' Avenue. 139 Wanchai Road. 6 Shelley Street.

Peak Hotel, Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. Braeside.

1 Connaught Road. Shewan, Tomes & Co.

On premises. Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay.

Astor House Hotel. Prince's Building. 33 Kowloon City Road. Pokfulam.

1 Conn ught Road. Wyndham Hotel.

11 Mountain View, Peak. On premises.

6 Moreton Terrace.

47 High Street.

1 Communght Road.

Marine Supdt., Hamburg-Amerika Linie, | Queen's Building.

Assistant, Win. Meyeriuk & Co., Draughtsman, Dock Co., Assistant, Asiatic Petroleun Co., Foreman, G. I. Cement Co., Ld., Assistant, Thos. Cook & Son, Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld., Merchant, MacEwen, Frickel & Co., Assistant, D dwell & Co., Lal., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,.. Employee, Taiko Sugar Refinery Resident Engineer,

Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank, Sub-Acet., Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Mercantile Assistant, H. Skott & Co., Chief Accountant, Standard Oil Co., Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Loftman, Taikoo Dockyard,......... Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Boiler Maker, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Bookseller, Kelly & Walsh, Ld.,. Jeweller, Falconer & Co., Assistant, Java-China-Japan Liju, Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co., King Edward Hotel Tobacconist, Kruse & Co., Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant Superintendent, Nord. Lloyd,... Assistant, Heuser Eberins & Co., Assistant, Heuser Eberius & Co., Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Assistant, Garrels, Börner & Co.,. Assistant, Melchers & Co., Merchant, J. R. Michael & Co.,

20 Macdonnell Road, Kowloon Docks. Grand Hotel.

Deep Water Bay Works. 176 Queen's Road Central. Alexandra Building.

4 Des Voeux Road.

On remises.

{

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. Gas Works.

Ou premises.

| Queen's Road.

10 Des Voeux Rond.

13A Macdonnell Road.

1 Connaught Road.

Quarry Bay.

Sea View Terrace, Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

3 Carnarvon Road, Kowloon.

6 Beaconsfield Arcade.

York Building.

41 Wyndham Street. On premises. Hongkong Hotel.

3 Lyemoon Terrace, Quarry Bay. 14 Austin Avenue, Kowloon. German Club. German Club. 9 Garden Road.

4 Ravenshill. Queen's Building.

1 Prince's Building.

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M-Continued.

Mickle, Danby Minor

Middleton, George Simpson... Millar, Andrew William Millar, John Frederick Miller, John Findlay.... Miller, Robert Kennedy Milroy, Anthony Alex. Heron Mistry, Kursbedjee Dhunjee-

bhoy..... Mitchell, John

Mitchelmorl, Ernest Vernon Mohamed, Moosa..

Moir, Alexander...

Mok Man Cheung,. Monk, Albert Victor

Moodie, Frederick Archibald Moon, Henry William Mooney, Charles

Morrison, Kenneth Sinclair Morse, Herbert John...................... Moses, Naphtali Steinberg, Moulder, Augustus Bourne-

ville

Mow-Fung, Edward Mow-Fung, Frederick Charles Muhle, Heinrich Ludwig Muir, John Greig Müller, Carl Otto Murdoch, Arthur

Murphy, Charles Henry Murray, James Smith

Murray, Patrick Henry

Murray, Malcolm Alexander Musso, Salvador......

N

Naumann, Carl Wilhelm

Ludwig Walter

Neave, Thomas

Neidt, Arthur Carl Wilhelm... Neilson, Donald McLaren.......... Neilson, Jan Barr Cummings Nellner, Hartwig

Nelson, Charles Cowley Newall, Stuart George Nicholls, William

Nicholson, Robert Alfred

Nicholson, William.

Nicol, Alexander

Nielson, Jeus .....

Nikkels, Reinard Nanning

Willem

Noronha, José Maria

North, William

Nye, Percival Herbert

Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Sub.-Acet, International Bankg. Corp., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Salesman, A. S. Watson & Co., Engineer, Bradley & Co., Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refinery, Superintendent, Sailors' Home,

Assistant, Arndt & Co., Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Manager, Whiteway & Laidlaw, Assistant, Douglas, Lapraik & Co., Manager, Peak Hotel,

Compradore, Holt's Wharf,

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

Hotel Masions. Magdalene Terrace. Quarry Bay.

2 East Avenue, Kowloon. On premises. East Point. On premises.

34 Queen's Road Central. Taikoo Terrace, Quarry Bay. Wyndham Hotel.

16 Yee Woo Street.

Ou premises.

267 Queen's Road East.

1 Connaught Road. Quarry Bay.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., East Point.

Secretary, HK. Hotel, Assistant, Bradley & Co.,

Chief Accountant, Standard Oil Co., Engineer, W. C. Jack & Co.,

Merchant, ...

Assistant, Dady Burjor & Co., Merchant, Dady Burjor & Co., Assistant, Siemssen & Co., Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Carlowitz & Co.,..........

4 Lower Mosque Terrace. On premises.

Hotel Mansions.

26 Leighton Hill Road.

Hongkong Hotel.

10 Queen's Road Central, 28 Des Voeux Road. Queen's Building.

Quarry Bay.

15 Kuntsford Terrace, Kowloon.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., | East Point. Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Engineer, G. I. Cement Co., Ld., Hok-ün

Cement Works,

Quarry Bay.

On premises.

On premises.

On premises.

Marine Engineer, Asiatic Petroleum Co., | Shankiwan Road.

Clerk, HK. & S'hai Bank, Marine Engineer, Bradley & Co.,

Assistant, Reuter, Bröckelmann & Co.,...] Superintendent Engineer, Dock Co., ...... Assistant, Win. Meyerink & Co., Foreman Boiler Maker, Dock Co., Assistant, Gilman & Co.,..... Merchant, Garrels, Börner & Co., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Braeside. Kowloon Docks. On premises. Kowloon Docks. Queen's Road. King's Building. Quarry Bay.

Insurance Manager, S. J. David & Co..... Penk

Clerk, Dock Co.,

Engineer, Dock Co.,...

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant Supdt., Norddeutscher Lloyd,...

Acct., Neth.-India Commercial Bank, Clerk, Banque de l'Indo-Chine, Sub-Acet., International Bankg. Corp., Electrical Engineer, W. C. Jack & Co.,

...

Kowloon Docks.

Cosmopolitan Docks.

I Connaught Road.

Quarry Bay.

3 Patell Villas.

On premises.

7 Rose Terrace, Kowloon, Castle Road.

14 Des Voeux Road.

Olrembski, Marion von.

Offer, Karl

Offerman, Taui

Oliphant, Tom

Olson, Charles William Olson, John

Orchard, Ernest Frank Gordon Ormiston, James

Ortlepp, Heinrich Friedrich Osborne, John............................... Osmund, Arthur Frederick Osmund, Cesar Henry

Osmund, Ernest Edgar

Chemist, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Arndt & Co., Sub.-Sig.... Dentsch-Asiatische Bank, Assistant, Dairy Farm Co., Ld............... Assistant, Aagaard, Thoresen & Co........ Building Contractor, C. E. Warren & Co., | Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co.,

Engineer, Macdonald & Co.,

Assistant, Reuter, Bröckelmann & Co.,... Engine Driver, Tramway Co.,......

Quarry Bay.

Queen's Road Central.

Conduit Road. Pokfulam.

Nathan Road, Kowloon. 30 Des Voeux Road Central. Ou premises. York Building.

6 Morrison Hill,

38 Queen's Road East.

... Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., | 16 Belilios Terrace.

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

5 Mosque Street.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld., 16 Belilios Terrace.

NAME IN FULL.

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ABODE.

●-Continued.

Osmund, George Vincent Osmund, James Daniel Otten, Gerhardus

Otto, Walter Adolph Henry Owen, James Colin Owen, Owen Elias.... Oxberry, James Henry Ozonio, Eurico Maria... Ozorio, José Graça

Ozorio, Leopoldo Augusto......

P

Packham, Ralph

Page, Harry William....

Palmer, Heury Pattison, Walter.. Peacock, John Pearce, Harold

 Pearce, Thomas Ernest. Peel, Charles Alfred Peet, James William Pereira, Carlos José Maria Pereira, John

Perrie, Robert

Perry, Isaac Samuel Pestonji, Rustom

Petley, Harold Wallare. Penster, Paul Oskar Phillips, Reginaki Philip Piens, Charles.

Pierey, Richard Smailes

Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Clerk, China Sugar Refinery, Book-keeper, Java-China-Japan Lijn, Assistant, Berblinger & Co., Ld., Assistant, Dock Co.,

Proprietor, Grand Carlton Hotel, Manager, Grand Hotel,

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Clerk, Percy Smith, Seth & Fleming, Clerk, HK. & S'hai Bank,

Cargo Supt., HK. & K. W. & Godown

Co., L,

Assistant, Dairy Farm Co., Ld.,

Overseer, Cotton Mills,

Tuner, Robinson Piano & Co., L^l., Assistant, Taikoo Sagar Refinery, Assistant, Reiss & Co., Assistant, J. D. Hutchison & Co.,... Mercantile Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Assistant, Horse Repository.

Clerk, Caldbeck, MacGregor & Co., Assistant, W. Shewan,..

Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Broker,

Stenographer, International Bankg. Corp.. Electrical Engineer, Manager, Peak Hotel,

Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld., Assistant, Siemssen & Co..

               Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld,. Pinna, Sebastião Francisco de Assistant, Cruz, Basto & Co...................

Pintos, Cecilio Paulo...

Plage, Philip

Plummer, John Archibald.

Pol, Gerrit Hendrik van den Polley, John David

Pollock, Archibald Bar

Pond, Edward.........................

Pond, Ernest Harold

Prestage, John Thomas.

Prien, Peter Georg Friedrich Pringle, William Jr. Pryce, Charles

Purcell, William Harris... Parvis, David Aitchison

 Putley, Arthur Charles Pye, Edmund Burns

Assistant, Holland-China Trading Co., Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Bradley & Co.....

Assistant, Holland-China Trading Co.,... Assistant, Taikoo Dockyard,

7 Queen's Road Central, 6 Redmaxella Terrace. Peak Road. Lyttleton Rond. Kowloon Docks. On premises.

On premises.

5 Redmaxella Terrace. 58 Peel Street.

On premises.

Wharf Co.'s Office, Kowloon.

Dairy Farm Depôt, 10 Robinson Road,

Kowloon.

On promises.

10 Des Voeux Road.

3 Lyemoon Terrace, Quarry Bay. Reiss & Co.

8 Queen's Road, Central,

| Eden Hull, Lyttleton Road West.

Causeway Bay.

50 Peel Street.

14 Des Voeux Road.

1 Lyemoon Terrace, Quarry Bay. 31 Wyndham Street. 5 Seymour Terrace.

Flectric Light Works Mess. On premises.

Hongkong Dispensary.

13 Robinson Road, Kowloon. Diocesan School.

36 Elgin Street. 20 Elgin Street, Bowriągion.

2 Ormsby Villas, Kowloon. Oliservatory Villas. Quarry Bay,

Sub-Acct., Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., ' Queen's Road,

Merchant, A. B. Moulder & Co..

Bookseller, Brewer & Co., Clerk, HIK, & Shai Bank, Merchant,

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co.,

Clerk, Canaiion Pacific Railway Co., Accountant, Kelly & Walsh, Là., Foreman Engineer,

Hotel Mansions.

Kingsclere.

Ou promises.

27 Conduit Road.

Oriental Hotel.

3 Park View.

1 Magdalene Terrace, Peak. Kowloon Docks.

On premises.

Clerk, K. & Shai Bank, Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

On premises.

Quinn, John

Steward, HK. Club,..........

R

On premises.

Rafeek, Mahomed

Rahman, Abdool Karrim Ram, Harry

Ramsay, Joseph Marshall. Ramsay, Thomas

Rapp, Fritz

Rapp, Gustav..

Rapp, Herman

Ratiey, William James Raven, Arthur Robert Fenton. Ray, Edward Henry Raymond, Edward Benjamin. Raymond, Ellis Benjamiu.. Razack, Moosa Abdool Real, Hanns

Clerk, Osaka Shosen Kaisha, Cashier, King Edward Hotel, Assistant, John Lemm, Architect, Foreman Shipbuilder, Dock Co.,..... Ship Draughtsman, Bailey & Co., Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co, Ld., Clerk, J. D. Humphreys & Soy..................... Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld., Clerk, Dock Co.,

Architect, Weaser & Raven, Broker, St. George's Building, Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co., Clerk, E. D. Sassoon & Co., General Broker,

Assistant, Sander, Wieler & Co.,

On premises.

On premises.

3 Wa In Fong Street. Kowloon Docks.

Ormsby Viliaus, Kowloon. Alexandra Building.

4 East Avenue, Kowloon. On premises. Cosmopolitan Docks. 53 Robinson Road. Hongkong Hotel.

5 Victoria View, Kowloon.

5 Victoria View, Kowloon, 18A Stanley Street. Prince's Building.

NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

R-Continued.

Rees, Jacques Francois van

Reeves, Henry Reichmann, Frederick Reid, James

Reinhardt, Ewald Hans Walter Reis, Archibald Herbert Kelton, Trevor Lyous Remedios, Carlos Augusto dos. Remedios, Carlos Bartholomeo

dos.

Remedios, Carlos Eugenio dos, Remedios, Carlos Maria Placé

dos

Remedios, Eduardo Maria. Remedios, Hernillo Hermi-

gildo dos

Remedios, Jorge Maria Ozorio

dos

Remedios, José Candido, Jr.... Remedios, José Julita dos Remedies, José Maria

Vandenborg

Remedios, Maximiano

Antonio dos

Remedios, Paulo Muria

Manager, Nederlandsche-Handel Maats-

chappij,

Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Proprietor, Grand Hotel,... General Manager, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Reiss & Co,........... Assistant, UK. & S. Bank, Assistaut, Butterfield & Swire, Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.,

Assistant, Garrels, Börner & Co., Head Clerk, Kusso-Asiatic Bank,

Clerk, Netherlands Trading Society, Assistant, II. Robitsek & Reis,

Clerk, Russo-Asiatic Bank,...

Clerk, Mercantile Bank of India, Clerk, HK. & S'hai Bank, Clerk, HK, & S'hai Bank,

Assistant, Dock Co.,

Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Assistant, it. Robitsek & Reis,

Reustos, Romualde Jar b dos] Clerk, Merenntile Bank of India,

Remedios, Thomas J Des. Remedies, Vaseo Luiz dos. Ribeiro, Carlos de Monte

Carmelo Vicira..

Ribeiro, Fernando Alfredo

Vieira

Ribeiro, Francisco Xavier

Vieira

Ribeiro, Francisco Xavier

Viira. Jr.

Ribeiro, João Curysostomo

Assistant, Asiație Petroleum Co.,

On premises.

On premises.

Queen's Road Central. Quarry Bay. Reiss & Co. Ou premises.

Connaught Road Contral, Queen's Building,

Chib Lusitano. Prince's Building.

Queen's Rond. 17 Shelley Sueet.

Prince's Building.

65 Caine Road. On premises.

On premises.

W

Vaterford, Mardonnell Road.

Queen's Building.

65 Came hon

2 Woodlnud i crrace. 36 St. Francis Street.

Clerk, Union Ince. Soety, of Canton, Ld., On premises.

Assistant, Standard Oil Co.,

Assistant, Norddeutscher Lloyd....

Clerk, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.,

Clerk, HK. & S'hai Bank,

Vizira

Clerk, IIK. & S'hai Eank,

Ribeiro Jorge Alberto Vieira.......! Ribeiro, José Antonio da

Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Co-ta Vieira

Ribeire, Julio de Costa Vieira Ribeiro, Oscar Francisco

Ribeiro, Venceslau Francisco

Vieira

Richardson, Hedley Thomas...

Rickett, Frank Bryce Riecken, Julius

Rieger, Johannes von

Ritchie, Alfred Alexa ler

Ritchi, Archibali.

Ritchie, Archibald.

Roberts, Charles.............

Roberts, John Cookman Robertson, John

Robertson, Thomas Watson

Robbis n Wolter Vaughan Robinson, William Robson, John James Robson, Thomas Ernest

Stanley

Roby, Ernest

Rocha, Alvaro Gustavo da

Rocha, Antonio José da Cruz|

Rocha, Isaias da .........

Rocha, João Maria da

Assistant, Melchers & Co.. Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld., Assistant, China Export, Import & Bauk

Compagnie,

Assistant, W. G. Humphreys & Co.,

Supt. Engineer, Canadian Pacific Railway

Co.,

Assistaut, HK. & S'hai Bank, Merchant, Jebsen & Co., Supt. Engineer, Nord. Lloyd,

7 Chancery Lane.

3 Ashley Terrace.

Des Voeux Road.

On premises.

12 Mosque Street. Queen's Building.

Queen's Building.

4 Chancery Lane.

45 Wyndham Street.

Queen's Road Central.

3 Canton Villas, Kowloon. On premises.

No. 7 Queen's Garden.

1 Bay View House, Kowloon.

Sub.-Acct., Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Queen's Road. Merchant, Ritchie & Co..............

Supt., United Asbestos Uricutal Agency

Ld.,

Asst. Wharfinger, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank,. Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Supt. Engineer, HK, & K. W. & Godown

Co., L., Goyoral Muns co

Assistant, P. & O. Co., Engineer, Dock Co.,...

Assistant Dockyard Manager, Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery,

Assistant, Caldbeck, MacGregor & Co.,... Assistant, Siemssen & Co., Clerk, Bradley & Co.,.......... Clerk, Wm. Meyerink & Co.,

Rocha, Vicente Caetano da ...! Clerk, Carlowitz & Co.,

Rodger, John

Rodger. Robert Kerr

Rodrigues, José Carvalho

Sugar Boiler, China Sugar Refinery, Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Clerk, Howarth, Erskine & Co.,.

on premises.

Holyrood, Kowloon. Quarry Bay.

Ou premises.

20 Nathau Road.

Kowloon.

Co. Robinson Piano Co., Ld. Felmam Louse,

Kowloon Ducks.

Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay.

7 Bealios Terrace. On premises. 4 Queen's Building. Prince's Building. 6 Belilios Terrace. 129 Praya East. 1 Connaught Road. 19 Arbuthnot Road.

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R-Continued.

Rodrigues, Lonis Gonzales

Rogers, Charles

Rose, Christian Georg

ileinrich

Prince's Building.

Connaught Road.

Queen's Building.

Rose, Forrest Clifton Samuel ... Storekeeper, Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 10 Wanchai Gap.

Rose, Guy Septimus

Rose, Louis Augustus Rose, William Edward

Ross, David McBean.....

Ross, John

Ross, John Singleton

Ross, Walter

Ronse, Athol Bernard

Rowan, Robert Thomas

Rowher, George Henry

Rowley, Francis Joseph de

Rome

Rowohlt, Bernhard

Freidrich....

Roylance, George

Auton

Roza, Calixto Baptista da................ Roza, Edmundo Duarte da Roza, Fer.amlo Lima da Roza, Gragorio Francisco da..... Rozario, Alvaro Francisco

   Bellando Rozario, idanrdo Maria Rozario, Orlanio Francisco Rudo-Hansen, Christian Rudow, George Runjahn, Dawood

Ruprecht, Ludwig Theodoro... Rutter, Robert Vart

Ruttonjes, Jehangir Hornn-jee

S

Samy, Arthur Poonoo

Sandford, George Stevenson. Sargon, Ellis

Savage, Arthur Carlyle. Sayee, Kelly

Schierenberg, Hermann Wil-

   hem Schlüter, Carl Schlüter, Hakon Axel Schmidt, Heimich Gerhard

Johann Schmidt, Wilhelm Schoenberr, Hanns. Schoenemann, Andreus Hein-

rich,

Schultz, Johann Anton Sebur, Alred

Schwanles, Ernst Hermann

Bernhard

Scott, Harry Hodge Scott, John Byron.. Scott, Thomas Liddell Seriven, Henry Ernest

Seath, William Petrie Senuett, Frederick Walter Sepher, Sheik Abinol Sequeira, Gumelsindo Jesus Sequeira, Pedro Nolasco Seth, Enos....

Seth, Harold

Seth, John Hennessey Seth, Seth Arathoon

Seydler, Richard Albert Benno

Curt

Shackleton, Charles Francis...

Clerk, Russo-Asiatic Bank,

Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Architect,

Assistant, HK. & Shai Bank,

Engineer, Bailey & Co..

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Quarry Bay.

4 Queen's Rond Central.

Asst., China Mutual Life Ince, Co., Ld.,... 42 Elgin Street.

Assistaut, HK. & Shai Bank,

Asst., Union Ince. Soety, of Canton, Ld., Tailor's Custer,

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.,

Assistant, Thos. Cook & Son,

Clerk, Wendt & Co.,

Brakeman, Peak Tramway Co... Clerk, Chartered Bank of 1. A. & C,, Clerk, Chamber of Commerce, Clerk, Wm. Meyerink & Co., Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C.,

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Assistant, Asiadie Petroleum Co., Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Assistant, Hamburg-Amerika Linie, Runner, Hongkong Hotel, Clerk.

On premises.

63 Kowloon City Rond. Quarry Bay.

On premises.

| On premises.

Lane, Crawford & Co. | East Point.

St. Kilda, Magazine Gap.

25 Conduit Road.

Penk Station.

72 Caine Rond.

14 bellies Terrace.

On premises.

72 Caine Road.

5 Reduxella Terrace. 17 Mosque Street, 17 Mosque Street, Queen's Building.

10 Morrison Hill Gap. Co, H. Price & Co., L.

Shipping Department, Standard Oil Co., ' 3 Queen's Garden.

Foreman, Doek Co.,

Morebant, I. Buttonjee & Son,

Architect, John Lemm,

Kowloon Docks.

5 D'Aguilar Street.

28 Bonham Road.

13 College Chambers,

Sub.-Acet., Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Ou premises. Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld., Clerk, K. Land Invest., Co., Ld., Tobacconist,

Assistant, Ferd. Bornemann & Co., Merchant, Ulderup & Schlüter, Assistant, Renter, Bröckelmann & Co.,

Assistant, Hamburg-Amerika Linie, Assistant, Heuser, Eberins & Co., Assistant, Carlowitz & Co.,

Assistant, F. Blackhead & Co., Assistant, Garrels, Börner & Co., Engineer, Ulderup & Schlüter,

Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Draughtsman, Dock Co.,

Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld., Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Furnishing Salesman, Lane, Crawford

& Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Book-keeper, Robinson Piano Co.,

Clerk, HK, & K. W. & Godown Co., Manager, A. R. Marty,....... Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Secretary, Humphreys Estate & Finance

Co., Ld.,

Commission Agent,

80 Peak.

14 Beaconsfield Arcade.

16 Des Voeux Road.

21 Connaught Road Central.

7 Queen's Gardens,

On premises. Penk Road. 2 Praya Central.

138 Magazine Gap. Kimberley Road, Kowloon, 21 Connaught Road.

7 Queen's Road Central. Kowloon Docks. Glenthorne, Kowloon. Quarry Bay.

Sa premises.

Quarry Bay.

Des Voeux Road.

3 Bowrington Canal Road. 6 Mosque Terrace. 6 Mosque Terrace.

Norman Cottage, Peak Road.

Norman Cottage, Peak Road.

Acct., &c., Percy Smith, Seth & Fleming, Secretary, Dairy Farm Co., Ltd.,...

Norman Cottage, Peak Road.

Norman Cottage, Peak Road.

1 Connaught Road Central.

Manager, China Export Import & Bk. Cie., 1 Queen's Gardens. Assistant, Butterfield & Swire,

i

NAME IN FULL.

156

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

S-Continued.

Shallard, Harold Wentworth

Dillon

Shand, Thomas

Sharpin, Harry Douglas

Shaw, Edward Locuhart Shaw, James Totten Shearer, John Smith Shepherd, Edgar Bruce..

...

Shewan, William Thomson Shields, Andrew Lusk Shorey, Arthur Carlton..... Shroff, Framroze Pestonjee Siebael, Gerrit Hans Juliús Silas, Charles David Silas, David Hai....... Silva, Arnaldo Heitor da Silva, Arthur Emilio da Silva, Arthur Luiz ....... Silva, Augusto Cesar da Silva, Egydio Antonio da Silva, Francisco Britto da.............. Silva, Francisco Filomeno

Eça da

Silva, Henrique Mario Silva, José Thomas,

Silva, Mario Emilio da Silva, Porphyrio Maria

Nolasco da

Silva-Netto, Antonio Ferreira

Batalha

Simpson, James

Sinclair, Angus

Sire, Auguste

Skött, Christian

Skött, Haus

Sloan, James

Smirke, James

Smith, Alexander MeTurk Smith, Andrew

Smith, Arthur William Smith, Erie Grant .......

Smith, Ernest Elsworth... Smith, Francis Harland.. Smith, George Morton Smith, Horace Perey Smith, William Percival

Clinton

Smith, William Robert Smyth, Frank....

Snowman, Albert Washington Soares, Adão Maria de

Lourdes

Chief Clerk, P. & O. Co., Engineer, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank,... Assistant, Butterfield & Swire, Tailor,

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co., Asst., HK. Land Investment & Agency

Co., Lủ,

Merchant,

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Sub-Acct., International Bankg. Corp.,... Clerk, S. J. David & Co., Assistant, Wm. Meyerink & Co., Assistant, Dock Co.,

Assistant, D. Sassoon & Co., Ld., Clerk, Linstead & Davis,.. Clerk, Cruz, Basto & Co.,

...

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Clerk, North China Insurance Co., Ld.,... Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Clerk, IIK. & Shai Bank,

Clerk, D. Sassoon & Co., Id., Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C., Assistant, Hughes & Hough, Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank,

Printer, Guedes & Co.,.......

Manager, Jorge & Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Engineer,

Manager, Banque de l'Indo-Chine,. Assistant, Skönt & Co., Merchant, Skött & Co., Fereman, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Brakesman, Peak Tramway Co., Draughtsman, Taikoo Dockyard,.... Storeman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Alex. Ross & Co., Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Id., Machinery Expert, Arult & Co., Clerk, Kowloon Docks,

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ltd.,

Chid. Acct., Perey Smith, Seth & Fleming,

Assistant, British-American Tobacco Co., Clerk, Kowloon Dorks, Braker, Vernon & Smyth,

- Shipbroker, A. Bune,

Merchant, Soares & Co.,

Soares, Carlos Marcus Salette Assistant, Barretto & Co., Soures, Vasconcellos

   Francisco Paulo de...................... Soares, Vicente Ferrer Soffietti. Paul.

Solomon, Herbert Henry Soonderam, Ramasamy Sorby, Vincent Dare. Soutar, Francis

Souza, Duarte Eleuterio

Maria de ....

Souza, Francisco Maria

Xavier de

Souza, José Thomas de.............. Sonza, Viriato Bonifacio de ... Spalekhaver, Wilhelm Otto

Christian

Spittles, Benjamin James Squair, Alexander Cook Steel, David Thomson Stein, Alexis Low

Steinhoff, Ferdinand Julius

Clerk, P. & O. Co.,

Clerk, Reuter, Bröckelmann & Co., Commission Agent, Soffietti & Co., Chief Clerk, P. M. S. S. Co., Counter Clerk, HK, Hotel,

104 Peak. Quarry Bay. On premises.

1 Connaught Road Central. 71 The Peak.

Asiatic Petroleum Co.

26 Nathan Road, Kowloon. 4 Robinson Road. Kingsclere.

St. George's House.

38 & 40 Queen's Road Central. On premises.

College Chambers.

Edgehill, 6x The Peak.

38 Caine Road.

38 Caine Road.

8 Punjab Building, Kowloon. 15 Mosque Junction.

30 Elgin Street.

1 Victoria View, Kowloon,

2 Beaconsfield Arcade, 15 Belilios Terrace. 8 Des Vœux Road. 25 Caine Road.

4 Seymour Terrace.

53 Wyndham Street. Quarry Bay. Peak Hotel.

Ou premises.

10 Des Voeux Road. 10 Des Voeux Road. Quarry Bay.

Peak Tramway Station. Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. Alexandra Building. 0. premises. Queen's Road. Kowloon D.eks.

On premises.

The Summer House, 67 The Peak --

8 Praya East. Kowloon Docks. Hongkong Club. 34 Robinson Road,

Villa Branca, Robinson Road. Robinson Road.

Caine Road.

Mos que Junction.

14 Des Voeux Road Central. HK. Hotel.

On premises.

Electrical Engineer, IIK. Electric Co., Ld.. HK. Electric Co., Ld., Wauchai.

Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,............

Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld.,

Book-keeper, Messageries Maritimes,. Clerk, Reuter, Bröckelmann & Co.,.... Assistant, Wm. Meyerink & Co.,..................

Assistant, Siemsson & Co.,

Assistant, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld., Assistant, Dock Co......................

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co.,

Manager, Sun Life Assce. Co. of Canada, Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Quarry Bay.

Queen's Building.

Queen's Building.

8 Barrow Terrace.

3 Barrow Terrace, Kowloon.

On premises.

Hongkong Dispensary. Kowloon Docks. Fernside, Peak.

On premises. Queen's Building.

NAME IN FULL.

157

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

S-Continued.

Stephens, Herbert

Stevenson, Allan

Stewart, Charles

Stewart, John Wemyss. Stewart, William

Stewart, William Herbert Stoltz, Olay

Dady Burjor & Co.,

Assistant Manager, Dairy Farm Co., Lil., Sub-Acct.. International Bankg. Corp.,... Chief Clerk, China Sugar Refinery,.. Foreman Sawyer,

Assistant, UK. & S'hai Bank, Manager, Wallem & Co.,

Assistant, Melchers & Co.,

Stoppa, William Christian Paul Broker, Störmer, Willy Bruno Storrie, Alexander P. Strafford, Cecil

Stubbings, John James.. Stubbs, Robert Isaac... Suffiad, Abdul Majid......... Sullivan, Charles Daniel Summers, Edwin Henry Spark

Sutherland, James

Sutherland, Percy Duffus

Sutherland, Robert

Swanston, John George

Symonds, Willie K.

Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld.,

Foreman, Taikos Dockyard,

3 Pedder's Hill. Pokfulam. Castle Road. East Point. Kowloon Docks, On premises. Kowloon Hotel.

7 & 8 Hotel Mansions.

Queen's Building.

On premises.

Quarry Bay.

Electrical Engineer, IIK. Electric Co., Ld., Tesla, HK. Electric Co., Ld.

Storekeeper, Dock Co.,

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C.,.............. Assistant, Taikoo Sugar Refinery,. Storekeeper, IIK. & K. W. & Godown

Co., Lil.,

Asst. Marine Supt., Butterfield & Swire, Assistant, Canadian Pacific Railway Co.. Assistant, Jardino, Matheson & Co., Ld., Foreman, Taikoo Dackyard, Manager, Kowloon Hotel,

Kowloon Doeks.

14 Leighton Hill Road. Quarry Bay,

6 Ashley Road, Kowloon. 1 Connaught Road. 4 The Albany. Peak Hotel. Quarry Bay. On premises.

T

Taggart, James Harper.. Tang Chee

Tarrant, John Arthur

 Tata, Fariborze Kaikaoos Tatam, John

Tavares, José Maria Placé

Taylor, Henry Herbert

Taylor, John

Taylor, John Kennedy

Taylor, John William

Taylor, William

Taylor, William

Tebb, Lewton Waite Dewar Temperley, Alfred

Temment, Thomas Bertram

Greig

Terry, Edgar William Tester, Perey

 Thiel, Eugene Heinrich Thomas, Francis Henry Thomas, Harry Philip Thomas, Paul... Thompson, Frank Thompson, Myron Lewis Tibbs, William Evan

Tisdall, Gerald

Tollan. Duncan

Toppin, James

Tucker, Alfred

Tulip, Wilfred

Tully, John

Turner, Isaac

Sub-Manager, HK. Hotel, Merchant,

Secretary, A. S. Watson & Co., Ld., Commission Agent,

King Edward Hotel,

Assistant, Alex. Ross & Co.,

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Assistant, MacEwen, Friekel & Co.,

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Broker, Ellis Kadoorie & Co.,

Chemist, China Sugar Refinery,

Pattern Maker,

On premises.

14 Des Voeux Road Central.

1 Canton Villas, Kowloon. 4 Queen's Building.

166 Queen's Road East.

4 Caine Road,

5 Ripon Terrace.

4 Des Voeux Road.

Quarry Bay.

Jelta, The Peak. East Point. Kowloon Docks.

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., L., - 13 Macdonnell Road.

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Assistant, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld,; Fittings Supt., Gas Co.,

Manager, Commercial Union Assurance

Co., L.,

Assistant, F. Blackhead & Co.,

Clerk, HK. & Shai Bank,

.: 20 Nathan Road.

17 Belilios Terrace,

Gas Works, West Point.

|

53 The Peak.

25 Conduit Road.

On premises.

Assistant, Canadian Pacific Railway Co., | Room 11, Hotel Mansions.

Agent, Messageries Maritimes,

Barman, HK. Hotel,

Supt. of Construction, Standard Oil Co., Assistant, Thos. Cook & Son,.............. Manager, Russo-Asiatic Bank,

Electrical Engineer, China and Japan

Telephone Co.,

Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Townend, Lawrence Francis... Clerk, Union Ince. Society of Canton, Ld.,

Brakesmau, Peak Tramway Co.,................ Draughtsman, Dock Co.,..

Engineer, E. C. Wilks,...

Head Watchman, Dock Co.,

Turner, William Cecil Dutton Assistant, HK. & S'hai Bank,

Peak Hotel.

On premises. Hotel Mansions. Kingsclere. Creggan, Peak.

Wongneichong Road.

7 Lochiel Terrace, Kowloon. Queen's Building.

12 Queen's Road East. Kowloon Docks.

3 Kimberley Villas. Kowloon Docks. On premises.

U

Ufford, Charles Francis Jean

Quarles van....

 Uldall, Sofus Vilhelm August Ulderup, Johannes P. Underwood, Joseph Harry Unsworth, Richard

Assistant, Java-China-Japan Liju, Manager, G. I. Cement Co., Ld., Engineer,

Chemist, China Sugar Refinery,

Berthing Master, HK. & K. W. &

Godown Co., Ld.,

York Building. Green Island.

21 Connaught Road. 18B Macdonnell Road.

3 Victoria View, Kowloon.

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NAME IN FULL.

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

V

Vandenberg, Francisco

Valeriano... Veenendaal, Everardus

Johannes...

Vieira, José Maria. Vollbrecht, Erust Oscar

Rudolph

Vorster, Julins Otto

W

Wagner, Otto.. Waldron, James

Walker, Archibald Victor Walker, Charles Nigel Gordon Walker, Frederick Glover.............. Walker, James Walkinshaw, Arthur William

Wellesley

Wanze, Eleuterio Alberto Warnes, Charles Aspinall .... Warren, Charles Edward Warrener, William Henry

Livisley ....

Wasserfall, Heinrich Waterhouse, Wilfred Weall, Thomas Graham, Weaser, William Lionel Wreford Webb, Bert: ain

Webb, Henry Montague Webber, Ralph Grant

Weill, Albert

Weir, John

Weir, Walter

Wells, Alfred Ernest Wells, Michaei Joim West, Peter Joseph Wheeler, George

White, Edmund William White, George.

White, Harry l'Hommedien

Whiteley, William

Whittaker, Richard Henry Whittaker, Walter .....

Wiesinger, Otto Christoph

Georg Carl

Wilkie, John

Wilkinson. William James Wilks, Owen Beynon Williams, Ernest Alfred

Mountfort

Williams, Raymond Blin Wilson, George Leopold Winkler, Werner

Winter, Adalbert Christian

Elimar

Winter, Frank Vernon Woldringh, Conradus.............

Wolf, George Morton Dudley

David

Wolff, Philip Robert Wong, Joseph Mowlam. Wong, Nathaniel

Wong Tape, Benjamin......

Wontman, Martinus Hendrik Wood, Gerald George Wood, Robert Bryden Woon, Harry Vernon... Worcester, William Gilbert

Gray

Worth, Thomas George.. Worth, William Henry Wotherspoon, William

Assistant, Reiss & Co.,

Assistant, Netherlandsche Handel

Maatschappij,..... Merchant, Vieira & Co., ....

Merchant, MacEwen, Frickel & Co., Assistant, Garrels, Börner & Co.,

Watchmaker, Gaupp & Co., Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Standard Oil Co., Clerk, Gilman & Co., Assistant, K. & S'hai Bank, Manager, Dairy Farm Co., Ld.,

Assistant, K. & S'hai Bank, Clerk, Fenwick & Co., Ld., Assistant, Lane, Crawford & Co., Contractor, &c., C. §. Warren & Co.,................!

Clerk, Jardine, Matheson & Co., Ld.,...... Assistant, Deutsch-Asiatische Bank, Assistant, Dodwell & Co., Ld., Assistant, Dodwen & Co., Ld., Architect, Weaser and Raven, Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Assistant, butterfield & Swire,

23 Caine Road.

King Edward Hotel. 9 Mosque Terrace.

4 Des Voeux Road. Conduit Road.

Magazine Gap. Quarry Bay.

3 Queen's Gardens. Peak Hotel. On premises.

Sussoon''s Villa, Pokfulam.

On premises.

24 Mosque Street.

Ou premises.

30 Des Vœux Road Central,

East Point Junior Mess. 9 Garden Road. On premises. On premises. Ormsby Villas. Kingsclere.

1 Connaught Road,

Sub-Acet., International Bankg. Corp., ... Kennedy Road.

Manager, Levy Hermanos,

Draughtsman, Faikoo Dockyard, Cierk, Taikoo Shipyard,

Foremaa, G. I. Cement Co., Ld., Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,. Assistant, S. Monirie & Co., Shipwright, Dock Co................ Assistant, Wm. Powell, Ld.,

Builder and Diver, Dock Co.,

Head Book-keeper, I'. M. S. S. Co.,

Clerk, Dock Co.,

Publican,

Time-keeper, Taikoo Shipyard,

Queen's Road.

Quarry Bay.

Quarry Bay.

39 Kowloon City Road. Quarry Bay.

25 Befilios Terrace. Kowloon Docks. On premises. Kowloon Docks. Hongkong Hotel. Cosmopolitan Docks. 40 and 41 Praya East. Praya East Hotel.

Asst., China Export, Import & Bank Cie., 3 Macdonnell Road.

Engineer and Contractor,..

Overseer, IIK. Land Invest. Co., Ld., Merchant,

...

Accountant, Lowe, Bingham & Matthews, Sub-Accountant,

Architect, Palmer and Turner,

Clerk, Sander, Weiler & Co.,

Assistant, Melchers & Co., Canvasser,...

Manager, Neth.-Ind, Com. Bank,

Assistant, Asiatic Petroleum Co.,

1 Observatory Villas, Kowloon.

71 Praya East.

Connaught Road,

Kingsclere. Kingselere.

Craigieburn, Peak. Prince's Building.

Queen's Building. Praya East Hotel. On premises.

8 Gordon Torrego,

Clerk, HK. & K. W. & Godown Co., Ld., 3 Stewart Terrace, Peak. Clerk, J. D. Humphreys and Son,

Assistant Manager,

35 Des Voeux Road Central. Mutual Stores.

Agent, China Mutual Life Iuce. Co., Ld., Alexandra Building.

Netherlands Trading Society,

Civil Engineer, Leigh and Orange,... Manager, Steam Laundry Co.............. Storekeeper, Taikoo Dockyard,

...

Queen's Road.

Prince's Building.

On premises. Quarry Bay.

Broker,

Prince's Building.

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Quarry Bay.

Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Quarry Bay.

Clerk, Taikoo Dockyard,

Quarry Bay.

NAME IN FULL.

159

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

W-Continued.

Wragge, Hermann Friedrich

Wilhelm

Wynne, Hugh Smith Wynyard, Frederick William.

X

Xavier, Antonio Francisco de Xavier, Francisco Miguel...... Xavier, José Maria do Rosario Xavier, José Paulino............ Xavier, Pedro Nolasco

Y

Yeadell, Stanley Preston Young, Charles Nichols Young, David

Young, David Hill

Yvanovich, Jr., Guilherme

Antonio

Assistant, Melchers & Co., Foreman Carpenter, Dock Co., Watchman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Clerk, Goddard & Douglas, Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Clerk, Kuhn & Komor,

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C.,.............. Clerk, HK. Rope Manufacturing Co., Ld.,

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co., . Storekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Clerk, A. R. Marty,.....

Queen's Building. Kowloon Docks. Quarry Bay.

St. George's Building. 8 Mosque Strect.

8 Morrison Hill Road. 12 Belilios Terrace. 35 St. Francis Street.

Loxley & Co. Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. Peak Hotel.

1 Rose Terrace, Kowloon.

Z

Zost, Emil Hugo... Zuylen, Hendrik van.

Assistant, H. Wicking & Co........ Superintendent, Java-China-Japan Lijn,

Humphreys' Avenue, Kowloon. 11 Conduit Road.

Registry, Supreme Court, Hongkong,

31st January, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Registrar.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 44. Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Cholera.

Plague.

Bangkok.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Daluy and Newchwang.

r

24th February, 1911.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

Do.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

NAME IN FULL.

159

OCCUPATION.

ABODE.

W-Continued.

Wragge, Hermann Friedrich

Wilhelm

Wynne, Hugh Smith Wynyard, Frederick William.

X

Xavier, Antonio Francisco de Xavier, Francisco Miguel...... Xavier, José Maria do Rosario Xavier, José Paulino............ Xavier, Pedro Nolasco

Y

Yeadell, Stanley Preston Young, Charles Nichols Young, David

Young, David Hill

Yvanovich, Jr., Guilherme

Antonio

Assistant, Melchers & Co., Foreman Carpenter, Dock Co., Watchman, Taikoo Dockyard,

Clerk, Goddard & Douglas, Assistant, Arnhold, Karberg & Co., Clerk, Kuhn & Komor,

Clerk, Chartered Bank of I. A. & C.,.............. Clerk, HK. Rope Manufacturing Co., Ld.,

Assistant, W. R. Loxley & Co., . Storekeeper, Taikoo Sugar Refinery, Foreman, Taikoo Dockyard, Assistant, Shewan, Tomes & Co.,

Clerk, A. R. Marty,.....

Queen's Building. Kowloon Docks. Quarry Bay.

St. George's Building. 8 Mosque Strect.

8 Morrison Hill Road. 12 Belilios Terrace. 35 St. Francis Street.

Loxley & Co. Quarry Bay. Quarry Bay. Peak Hotel.

1 Rose Terrace, Kowloon.

Z

Zost, Emil Hugo... Zuylen, Hendrik van.

Assistant, H. Wicking & Co........ Superintendent, Java-China-Japan Lijn,

Humphreys' Avenue, Kowloon. 11 Conduit Road.

Registry, Supreme Court, Hongkong,

31st January, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Registrar.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 44. Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Cholera.

Plague.

Bangkok.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Daluy and Newchwang.

r

24th February, 1911.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

Do.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

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HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 45.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as under:-

On Tuesday, the 28th February, and Thursday, the 2nd March, 1911:-

From the East of Hongkong, in a Northerly to North-Easterly direction,

commencing at 7 p.m.

If the range is clear practice will be over by 9 pm.

If the weather is unfavourable on either of the above dates, practice will take place on- the following days.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the range.

21st February, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY.

(British Section.)

No. S. 46. It is hereby notified that owing to the Movements of Troops on the 27th instant No. 5 Down Train from Kowloon and No. 6 Up Train from Lowu will be cancelled.

No. S. 47. It is hereby notified that on and after the 1st of March, and until further notice, the following reduced fares will be charged on Saturdays and Sundays only

HONGKONG

ΤΟ

FIRST CLASS SECOND CLASS

RETURN.

RETURN.

Tai Po Station,

Lowu (Chinese Frontier),.

$1.20

$ .70

2.00

1.00

Tickets at the above rates including the Trip across the Harbour both ways by the Star Ferry, may be obtained at the Star Ferry, Hongkong.

Purchasers of Second Class Tickets travel First Class on the Ferry.

24th February, 1911.

E. S. LINDSEY,

Chief Resident Engineer.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 48.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Saturday, the 4th March next, for repairs to the Government Steam Launch Sybil.

Specifications can be obtained at the Government Marine Surveyor's Office.

Repairs to be executed to the satisfaction of the Government Marine Surveyor.

160

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 45.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as under:-

On Tuesday, the 28th February, and Thursday, the 2nd March, 1911:-

From the East of Hongkong, in a Northerly to North-Easterly direction,

commencing at 7 p.m.

If the range is clear practice will be over by 9 pm.

If the weather is unfavourable on either of the above dates, practice will take place on- the following days.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the range.

21st February, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY.

(British Section.)

No. S. 46. It is hereby notified that owing to the Movements of Troops on the 27th instant No. 5 Down Train from Kowloon and No. 6 Up Train from Lowu will be cancelled.

No. S. 47. It is hereby notified that on and after the 1st of March, and until further notice, the following reduced fares will be charged on Saturdays and Sundays only

HONGKONG

ΤΟ

FIRST CLASS SECOND CLASS

RETURN.

RETURN.

Tai Po Station,

Lowu (Chinese Frontier),.

$1.20

$ .70

2.00

1.00

Tickets at the above rates including the Trip across the Harbour both ways by the Star Ferry, may be obtained at the Star Ferry, Hongkong.

Purchasers of Second Class Tickets travel First Class on the Ferry.

24th February, 1911.

E. S. LINDSEY,

Chief Resident Engineer.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 48.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Saturday, the 4th March next, for repairs to the Government Steam Launch Sybil.

Specifications can be obtained at the Government Marine Surveyor's Office.

Repairs to be executed to the satisfaction of the Government Marine Surveyor.

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  Contractor to supply a suitable launch for the use of the Health Officer of the Port during the repairs and to be responsible for the safety of the launch Sybil in case of fire or hurricane.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

J. M. ATKINSON,

20th February, 1911.

Principal Civil Medical Officer.

No. S. 49.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA.

To Collectors of Customs:

OTTAWA, 31st December, 1910.

TARIFF ITEM 388а REPEALED BY ORDER IN COUNCIL.

  THE following is a copy of an Order in Council of 23rd December, 1910, published in the Canada Gazette and in effect from 31st December, 1910, viz. :-

  "His Excellency in Council being satisfied that a mill has been established in Canada adapted and equipped for re-rolling in substantial quantities rails used in Railway tracks weighing not less than fifty-six pounds per lineal yard when re-rolled, is pleased to Order and it is hereby Ordered that the Customs duty specified in item 388a of the Customs Tariff, 1907, shall be abolished upon publication of this Order in Council in the Canada Gazette', and thereupon all such rails when imported shall be subject to such duty as otherwise pro- vided in the Customs Tariff.

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Mailed to Outparts and Stations.

JOHN MCDOUGALD,

Commissioner of Customs.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 151 of Department of Communications.

SHIMONOSEKI STRAIT.

CHARACTER OF LIGHT ETC. OF OMOJI-IWA BEACON LIGHT

TO BE CHANGED.

  NOTICE is hereby given that the character of light and its candle power etc. of Omoji- iwa Beacon, at the west entrance to Shimonoseki Strait, will be altered in this month, as undermentioned.

Character of light :-Flashing red light, fed by aceton gas, showing one flash every

3 seconds.

Candle power:-50.

Distance visible :-8 nautical miles in clear weather.

Further notice will be given when the alteration has been effected.

TOKYO, 7th Febouary, 1911.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

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  Contractor to supply a suitable launch for the use of the Health Officer of the Port during the repairs and to be responsible for the safety of the launch Sybil in case of fire or hurricane.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

J. M. ATKINSON,

20th February, 1911.

Principal Civil Medical Officer.

No. S. 49.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA.

To Collectors of Customs:

OTTAWA, 31st December, 1910.

TARIFF ITEM 388а REPEALED BY ORDER IN COUNCIL.

  THE following is a copy of an Order in Council of 23rd December, 1910, published in the Canada Gazette and in effect from 31st December, 1910, viz. :-

  "His Excellency in Council being satisfied that a mill has been established in Canada adapted and equipped for re-rolling in substantial quantities rails used in Railway tracks weighing not less than fifty-six pounds per lineal yard when re-rolled, is pleased to Order and it is hereby Ordered that the Customs duty specified in item 388a of the Customs Tariff, 1907, shall be abolished upon publication of this Order in Council in the Canada Gazette', and thereupon all such rails when imported shall be subject to such duty as otherwise pro- vided in the Customs Tariff.

6

Mailed to Outparts and Stations.

JOHN MCDOUGALD,

Commissioner of Customs.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 151 of Department of Communications.

SHIMONOSEKI STRAIT.

CHARACTER OF LIGHT ETC. OF OMOJI-IWA BEACON LIGHT

TO BE CHANGED.

  NOTICE is hereby given that the character of light and its candle power etc. of Omoji- iwa Beacon, at the west entrance to Shimonoseki Strait, will be altered in this month, as undermentioned.

Character of light :-Flashing red light, fed by aceton gas, showing one flash every

3 seconds.

Candle power:-50.

Distance visible :-8 nautical miles in clear weather.

Further notice will be given when the alteration has been effected.

TOKYO, 7th Febouary, 1911.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

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FOOCHOW DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 115.

A shoal patch of small extent North of Spiteful Island, Buoyel.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Black 6 feet Nun Buoy has been placed on the Northern extremity of a shoal patch approximately 100 yards North and South and 60 yards East and West and covered by 9 feet at Low Water Springs.

The position of the Buoy is N. 14° E. of Spiteful Island, distant 1 cables.

C. H. PALMER,

Approved :

P. VON TANNER,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, FOOCHOW, 8th February, 1911.

Harbour Master.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Consular Body have declared the Ports of Chefoo, Dairen and all other Manchurian Ports infected.

All vessels arriving therefrom on and after this date are to abide by and be govern d by the Sanitary Regulations for the Port of Foochow.

C. H. PALMER,

Harbour Master.

Approved :

P. VON TANNER,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, FOOCHOW, 13th February, 1911.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 5 of 1911.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Consular Body have agreed to the following Regulation for the prevention of the introduction of plague- infected rats-to be added to the Sanitary Regulations for the l'orts of Shanghai and Woosung, and to be given effect to from this date:---

(A) Vessels from plague-infected ports after being admitted to pratique shall not be allowed to lie alongside wharves but must anchor in the stream and discharge and ship cargo by means of cargo boats, using rat guards on the lines by which the cargo boats are made fast, and they shall work cargo by daylight only, under the supervision of inspectors appointed by the Port Sanitary Authorities. Provided, however, that any vessel for which is presented a certificate signed by the Harbour Master or other duly qualified Port Health Authority at the port concerned, certifying that such vessel has been thoroughly fumigated in all parts, may be allowed to load and discharge at a wharf under the following conditions:

1.--that the work of loading and discharging shall go on between the hours of

sunrise and sunset only;

2.-that at sunset loading and discharging shall cease; all cargo ports and hatchways shall be closed, and gang-way planks between the vessel and the wharf withdrawn ;

3.-that all ropes, etc., used for securing the vessel to a wharf or pontoon shall have rat guards, of a pattern approved by the Harbour Master, efficiently fixed thereto;

4.-that a sufficient number of floating fenders shall be placed between the vessel and the wharf, to keep her at least four feet clear of the wharf- fender ropes to be made fast to the wharf and not to the vessel.

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On every arrival from an infected port a new certificate of fumigation must be presented in order to obtain the privileges of discharging at a wharf. Such fumi- gation in order to qualify vessels for this privilege must have taken place (1) at Shanghai immediately before departure for an infected port, (2) at the infected port during the vessel's last visit there, or (3) at Shanghai, after arrival from an infected port and before discharge of cargo begins.

(B) No packages of cargo showing signs of having given shalter to rats or of having been attacked by them shall be allowed to leave the vessel until after being opened in a place where escaping rats can be destroyed and having their contents dis- infected.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

Approved :

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 10th February, 1911.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 40. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Office of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of March, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual

Upset

Rent. Price.

S.

E.

W.

feet. feet.

fect.

feet.

Inland Lot No. 1875.

Adjoining Inland Lot No. 1505, Kennedy Road.

47 69'

98'

100'5" 5,684

40

1,705

W. CHATHAM, Director of Public Works.

17th February, 1911.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Brauc, Grand Hotel.

Chongonvo.

Daniels.

Edwards, care Karberg,

Hinkec.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Jammes.

Keechong.

Koevoet.

Kongyeelong.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Road West.

Kwong Wooloong 72 Bonham Strand.

Kwongyuenlung.

Onheng.

Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road. Sconglee.

Shingsung Road Central.

Shuncheong.

Tackcheong.

Tacoing. Tunguamthai. Tyeloong. Wingcheong. Yingsoujoo. Yuenky.

Lambay, 38 Connaught.

Mandrake.

Hongkong Station, 24th February, 1911.

5115

0624.

4499.

W. SWAN,

Superintendent.

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On every arrival from an infected port a new certificate of fumigation must be presented in order to obtain the privileges of discharging at a wharf. Such fumi- gation in order to qualify vessels for this privilege must have taken place (1) at Shanghai immediately before departure for an infected port, (2) at the infected port during the vessel's last visit there, or (3) at Shanghai, after arrival from an infected port and before discharge of cargo begins.

(B) No packages of cargo showing signs of having given shalter to rats or of having been attacked by them shall be allowed to leave the vessel until after being opened in a place where escaping rats can be destroyed and having their contents dis- infected.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

Approved :

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 10th February, 1911.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 40. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Office of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of March, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual

Upset

Rent. Price.

S.

E.

W.

feet. feet.

fect.

feet.

Inland Lot No. 1875.

Adjoining Inland Lot No. 1505, Kennedy Road.

47 69'

98'

100'5" 5,684

40

1,705

W. CHATHAM, Director of Public Works.

17th February, 1911.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Brauc, Grand Hotel.

Chongonvo.

Daniels.

Edwards, care Karberg,

Hinkec.

Robert Jack Compradore.

Jammes.

Keechong.

Koevoet.

Kongyeelong.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Road West.

Kwong Wooloong 72 Bonham Strand.

Kwongyuenlung.

Onheng.

Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road. Sconglee.

Shingsung Road Central.

Shuncheong.

Tackcheong.

Tacoing. Tunguamthai. Tyeloong. Wingcheong. Yingsoujoo. Yuenky.

Lambay, 38 Connaught.

Mandrake.

Hongkong Station, 24th February, 1911.

5115

0624.

4499.

W. SWAN,

Superintendent.

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A

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG

Re

IN BANKRUPTCY,

Notice of Dividends,

No. 3 of 1906.

CHUNG HANG-SHEUNG and CHUNG YUKHIU, lately car- rying on business under the style or firm of the Sham Shing Wo firm at No. 2 Tsui On Lane, Victoria, in the Colony of Hong- kong.

first and final dividend of $12.00 per cent. has been declared in the above

matter.

A

No. 29 of 1910.

Re J. MORA lately carrying on

business at No. 47 Des Voeux! Road Central, Victoria aforesaid, under the style of The Mer- canile Lithograph", married

woman.

L

first and final dividend of $25.00 per cent. has been declared in the above

matter.

No. 12 of 1910.

Re The KAM SAN Firm, lately car. rying on business at No. 88 Queen's Road Central, Victoria aforesaid, Tailors.

dividend of $10 per cent.

     with inter st at 8 per cent. has been declared in the above matter.

OTICE is hereby given that the above mentioned di idends may be received at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 1st day of March, 1911. between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and on any subsequent day daring office hours.

  Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any bills of exchange or other securities held by them and must sign a receipt in the prescribed formi.

Dated this 24th day of February, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receiver & Trustee.

HONG KONG FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.

NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS,

HE Forty-second Ordinary Meeting of Toto wil be held at the Offices of the undersigned at 12 o'clock (noon) on Friday, the 10th March.

  The Transfer Books of the Company will be closed from the 24th inst, to the 10th proximo, both days inclusive.

JJARDINE, MATHESON & CO., LTD., viener. A Managers, HONGKONG FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.

Hongkong, 20th February, 1911

NOTICE.

OTICE is hereby given that on the 22nd

WONG CHUN purchased the goodwill business furniture fixtures and book debts as set out in the Assignment therot) of the QUAN CHEONG SHING firm of No. 261 Des Voeux Road Cen- tral Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Gen- eral Merchants, and Californian Agents, sub- ject to the payment of certain debts due from and payable by the said QUAN CHEONG SHING firm (as are also set out in the said Assignment).

Dated the 23rd day of February, 1911.

J. H. GARDINER,

Solicitor,

50, Queen's Road Central,

Hongkong.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Appointment of Trust ee.

TAK

No. 19 of 1911.

Re The HANG HING Firm lately carrying on business at No. 37 Queen's Road Central Vic oria in the Colony of Hongkong as Jewellers and Silver and Gold- Mer- Dealers and Sik

ware

chants.

AKE Notice that by Order dated the 30th day of December 1910 the undersigned Mr. HERBERT JOHNSON GEDGE, of Prince's Buildings. Ice House Street, Victoria, Hong- kong. Solicitor, was appointed Traster of the estate of the above named Bankrupt Firm in the place and stead of the Official Receiver.

All debts due to the said Bankrupt Firm should be paid at once to the undersigned,

H. J. GEDGE.

Trust e.

A

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Intended Dividend,

No. 19 of 1911.

Re The HANG HING Firm lately carrying on business at No. 37 Queen's Road Central Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong as Jewellers and Silver and Gold- ware Dealers and Silk Mer- chants.

First Dividend is to be declared in the above matter after the expiration of one month from the 24th day of February, 1911.

Creditors who have not proved their debts by the 24th day of March, 1911, will be excluled.

Dated this 24th day of February, 1911.

H. J. GEDGE,

Trustee.

THE KIANGPEI TING COAL & IRON MINING COMPANY, LIMITED, (in Liquidation).

OTICE is hereby given in pursuance of Section 179 (3) of the Companies Ordinances of Hongkong (No 1 of 1865 Part IV) that a General Meeting of the Members of the above named Company will be held in the Rooms of the Shanghai General Chamber of Commerce No. 1 Yuen Ming Yuen Road Shanghai on Friday 24th day of March 19:1 at 5 o'clock in the afternoon for the following purposes riz, :-

1. To fix the Liquidator's remuneration. 2. To receive the accounts of the Liquid- ator showing the manner in which the winding-up has been conducted and the property of the Company has been disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidator.

3. To determine by extraordinary resolu- tion the manner in which the books, accounts and documents of the Com- pany and of the Liquidator thereof shall be disposed of.

J. E. BINGHAM, Liquidutor.

1911.

Shanghai, 14th February,

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINAN JE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that Messrs.

GILMAN & COMPANY, carrying on business at Victori in the Colony of Hong- kong an elsewhere as torchants, hive, on the 18th day of January, 1911, app: xl for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

with

The Chinese characters

their English equiv lears Tai-Ping, in the n me of GILMAN & COMPANY, who claim to be the sole proprietors the reof,

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods. in Classes 24. 34 and 50:

Cotton piece goods of all kinds.

Cloths and stuffs of wool, worsted, or hair. Umbrellas and other goods not mentioned

in other classes.

A facsimile of the Tra le Mark can be seei at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Olice of the under- signed.

Dated the 20th day of Febra try, 1911.

WILKINSON & GRIST,

9, Queen's Road Contrai, Solicitors for the Applicants.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

Nading & LAM TAI SHING of

ICE is hereby given, that LAM CHIU

No. 37, Des Vœux Rond West Victoria Hong- kong, Merchant, his on the 11th day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Perister of Trade Marks of the following Trade Merk:-

in the name of LAM CHIU YING trading as LAM TAI SHING who claims to be the pro- prietor thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicant in respect of the following goods : Fermented liquors an spirits in Class 43.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the megastar of frade Marks. of Hongkong and also at the Odice of the undersigned.

Dated the 20th day of February, 1911.

J. H. GARDINER, Solicitor for the Applicant, 50, Queen's Road Central,

Hongkong.

www.

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TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that H. PRICE AND COMPANY, LIMITED, of Vietoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Wine Merchants, have on the 12th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

-:

The representation of a man's head (side The man is face) and shoulders. depicted wearing spectacles. Above he said representation are written semi-oval the words "Dr. MAC- KENZIE'S",

in the name of I. PRICE AND COMPANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants since the mouth of October, 1909, in respect of the following goods :-

Fottled Stont in Class 43.

A facsimile of the s id Trade Mark can be seen at the slice of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Olice of the under- signed.

Dated the 30th day of December, 1910,

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER,

Soliciters for the Applicants,

Triner's Puildings,

Ice House Street, Hongkong.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTH

OTICE is hereby given that Messieurs REUTER BR: CK; LMANN & COMPANY of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong. Mer- chants, have on the 2nd day of December. 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Restor of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Marks :-

(1.)

(2)

(3.)

in the name of HEINRICH HEYN and ERNST RICHARD FUHRMANN who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

Trade Marks Nos. 1 and 2 are intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods :-

Cotton Yarn and Sewing Cotton, in Class

23,

and Trade Mark No. 3 is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods :-

Oils for Heating, Lighting and Lubricat-

ing and Common Soap in Class 47. Dated the 16th day of December, 1910.

DE CON. LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the CHAN TONG HING Firm, of Kwo Lan Street, Margo, have on the 13th day of January, 1911. applied for the registration in Hong- kong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

66

The representation 陳同馨

con-

meaning Chan Tung Hing' tined ma circle surrounded by a border containing eight di groms. On the outside of this in the four corne's are the Chinese Characters meaning "Mark

of eight ding ams".

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of Joss Sticks, in Class 5 ).

Facsimiles of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkang and also at the Office of the undersigned

Dated this 24th day of January, 1911.

R. A HARDING, Solicitor for the Applicants.

TRADE MARKS O': DINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of 3 Trad: Marks,

OTICE is hereby given that HOLZAPFELS LIMITED of Milburn House, Dean Streef, Newe stle-on-Tyne, England; Manu- factures and General Merchants, have on the 12th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in ongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :--

No. 1.

No. 2.

No. 3.

HOLZAPFELS INTERNATIONAL

in the name of HOLZAPFELS LIMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark No. 1 has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since at least the year 1890 and the Trade Marks Nos. 2 and 3 have been used by the

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

N OTICE is hereby given that R. J. LEA,

LIMITED. of 45, Market Street, Man- chester, England; Wholesale and Retail Tobacconists. have on the 6th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :·

THE CHAIRMAN

in the name of R. J. LEA, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Manufactured Tobacco since the year 1897 in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 27th day of January, 1911.

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Colours

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Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be sien. at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

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168

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 50.-Returns of the Average Amount of BANK NOTES in Circulation and of Specic in Reserve in Hongkong, during the month ended 28th February, 1911, as certified by the Managers of the respective Banks.

BANKS.

AVERAGE AMOUNT.

SPECIE IN RESERVE.

S

S

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China,

6,559,334

4,000,000

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,

15,111,517

10,000,000

National Bank of China, Limited,

28,755

Nil.

TOTAL,

21,699,606

14,000,000

No. S. 51.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

Plague.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Dalny and Newehwang.!

De.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin,

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

3rd March, 1917.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 52.-It is hereby notified that tenders for a new decked hull for No. 6 Police Pinnace will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office until Noon of Wednesday, the 15th March, 1911.

The hull to be of teakwood and of the following dimensions :-

Length, over perpendiculars,...

Breadth, outside planking,....

Depth, moulded,....

.......40 feet.

8

4' 6".

The machinery of present pinnace to be thoroughly overhauled and fitted on board,

where possible, including shafting, stern tube and propeller.

168

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 50.-Returns of the Average Amount of BANK NOTES in Circulation and of Specic in Reserve in Hongkong, during the month ended 28th February, 1911, as certified by the Managers of the respective Banks.

BANKS.

AVERAGE AMOUNT.

SPECIE IN RESERVE.

S

S

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China,

6,559,334

4,000,000

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,

15,111,517

10,000,000

National Bank of China, Limited,

28,755

Nil.

TOTAL,

21,699,606

14,000,000

No. S. 51.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

Plague.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Dalny and Newehwang.!

De.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin,

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

3rd March, 1917.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 52.-It is hereby notified that tenders for a new decked hull for No. 6 Police Pinnace will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office until Noon of Wednesday, the 15th March, 1911.

The hull to be of teakwood and of the following dimensions :-

Length, over perpendiculars,...

Breadth, outside planking,....

Depth, moulded,....

.......40 feet.

8

4' 6".

The machinery of present pinnace to be thoroughly overhauled and fitted on board,

where possible, including shafting, stern tube and propeller.

169

The tender to include all cost of fitting up the launch complete and ready for harbour use, with new tanks, bunkers, smoke-box, funnel awning and any additional shafting required, and to state a time in which the work can be completed.

After completion the vessel is to run a satisfactory trial.

Further particulars can be had on application to

Commander CHARLES W. BECKWITH, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c., and Assistant Superintendent of Water Police,

Or

J. MACDONALD,

Government Marine Surveyor.

3rd March, 1911.

F. J. BADELEY,

Captain Superintendent of Police.

SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

     No. S. 53.--It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Tuesday, the 21st March, 1911, for the supply of the under- mentioned Summer Clothing for the use of the Sanitary Department, vic.:-

More or less

(50 Suits White Uniform for inspectors.

50 Suits Khaki or White Drill for Foremen and Overseers.Making only.

Suits Coolie Uniform.

300

24 Helmets and Puggarees for Foremen and Overseers.

10 Rain Coats for Inspectors.

10 Oiled Rain Coats for Foremen, Overseers, and Interpreters.

For further particulars, apply at this Office.

    Tenderers must produce a receipt that they have deposited in the Colonial Treasury the sum of Twenty-five dollars as a pledge of the bonâ jides of their tender, which sum shall be forfeited to the Crown, if any tenderer fails or refuses to carry out his tender, should the tender be accepted.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

For form of tender apply at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

3rd March, 1911.

No. S. 54.

Head of the Sanitary Department.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 154 of Department of Communications.

NOTICE is hereby given that, the colour of light and the candle power of Anori-zaki Lighthouse, at the entrance to Matoya harbour, Province of Shima, Miye Prefecture, will be changed as follow, on and after the 15th of this month.

Anori-zaki Lighthouse. Colour of light :-Red. Candle power:-- 1600.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, February 8th, 1911.

169

The tender to include all cost of fitting up the launch complete and ready for harbour use, with new tanks, bunkers, smoke-box, funnel awning and any additional shafting required, and to state a time in which the work can be completed.

After completion the vessel is to run a satisfactory trial.

Further particulars can be had on application to

Commander CHARLES W. BECKWITH, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c., and Assistant Superintendent of Water Police,

Or

J. MACDONALD,

Government Marine Surveyor.

3rd March, 1911.

F. J. BADELEY,

Captain Superintendent of Police.

SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

     No. S. 53.--It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Tuesday, the 21st March, 1911, for the supply of the under- mentioned Summer Clothing for the use of the Sanitary Department, vic.:-

More or less

(50 Suits White Uniform for inspectors.

50 Suits Khaki or White Drill for Foremen and Overseers.Making only.

Suits Coolie Uniform.

300

24 Helmets and Puggarees for Foremen and Overseers.

10 Rain Coats for Inspectors.

10 Oiled Rain Coats for Foremen, Overseers, and Interpreters.

For further particulars, apply at this Office.

    Tenderers must produce a receipt that they have deposited in the Colonial Treasury the sum of Twenty-five dollars as a pledge of the bonâ jides of their tender, which sum shall be forfeited to the Crown, if any tenderer fails or refuses to carry out his tender, should the tender be accepted.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

For form of tender apply at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

3rd March, 1911.

No. S. 54.

Head of the Sanitary Department.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 154 of Department of Communications.

NOTICE is hereby given that, the colour of light and the candle power of Anori-zaki Lighthouse, at the entrance to Matoya harbour, Province of Shima, Miye Prefecture, will be changed as follow, on and after the 15th of this month.

Anori-zaki Lighthouse. Colour of light :-Red. Candle power:-- 1600.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, February 8th, 1911.

169

The tender to include all cost of fitting up the launch complete and ready for harbour use, with new tanks, bunkers, smoke-box, funnel awning and any additional shafting required, and to state a time in which the work can be completed.

After completion the vessel is to run a satisfactory trial.

Further particulars can be had on application to

Commander CHARLES W. BECKWITH, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c., and Assistant Superintendent of Water Police,

Or

J. MACDONALD,

Government Marine Surveyor.

3rd March, 1911.

F. J. BADELEY,

Captain Superintendent of Police.

SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

     No. S. 53.--It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Tuesday, the 21st March, 1911, for the supply of the under- mentioned Summer Clothing for the use of the Sanitary Department, vic.:-

More or less

(50 Suits White Uniform for inspectors.

50 Suits Khaki or White Drill for Foremen and Overseers.Making only.

Suits Coolie Uniform.

300

24 Helmets and Puggarees for Foremen and Overseers.

10 Rain Coats for Inspectors.

10 Oiled Rain Coats for Foremen, Overseers, and Interpreters.

For further particulars, apply at this Office.

    Tenderers must produce a receipt that they have deposited in the Colonial Treasury the sum of Twenty-five dollars as a pledge of the bonâ jides of their tender, which sum shall be forfeited to the Crown, if any tenderer fails or refuses to carry out his tender, should the tender be accepted.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

For form of tender apply at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

3rd March, 1911.

No. S. 54.

Head of the Sanitary Department.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 154 of Department of Communications.

NOTICE is hereby given that, the colour of light and the candle power of Anori-zaki Lighthouse, at the entrance to Matoya harbour, Province of Shima, Miye Prefecture, will be changed as follow, on and after the 15th of this month.

Anori-zaki Lighthouse. Colour of light :-Red. Candle power:-- 1600.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, February 8th, 1911.

170

Notification No. 171 of Department of Communications.

NOTICE is hereby given that, the lighthouse which has been erected on Ko-shima, Shima-gori, Province of Shima, Miye Prefecture, will be lighted shortly.

Further notice will be given when the light has been exhibited.

TOKYO, February 13th, 1911.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

FOOCHOW DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 116.

Niuta Rocks Buoy.

NOTICE is hereby given that a Black Buoy marks the Western Extremity of the Niuta

Rocks.

All other Buoys will be removed.

C. H. PALMER,

Harbour Master.

Approved :

N.B. Further particulars will be issued later.

7t

P. VON TANNER,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, FOOCHOW, 18th February, 1911.

TIENTSIN DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS No. 125.

ENTRANCE TO THE PEIHO RIVER."

Re-placing of Navigation Marks.

 NOTICE is hereby given that the Light-ship "Taku," the Buoy marking the entrance to the Ferguson Channel, and the two Light Boats will be in position on or about the 1st of March.

Approved:

H. M. HILLIER,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, TIENTSIN, 14th February, 1911.

THOS. WRIGHT,

Harbour Master.

No. 501.

CHINA SEA.

YANGTZE RIVER-ICHANG DISTRICT.

Uncharted Rock near Pihyang.

 NOTICE is hereby given of the existence of an unchartered rock 45 yards off the left bank of the river and about mile above Pihyang. The rock is covered 6 feet at low river (Ichang zero).

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 20th February, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

C

171

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 40. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Office of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 6th day of March, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No. of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual Upset

Rent. Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

-

feet. feet. feet. feet.

Inland Lot

No. 1875.

Adjoining Inland Lot No. 1505, Kennedy Road.

47

69'

98'

100'5"

5,684

40

1,705

W. CHATHAM, Director of Public Works.

17th February, 1911.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Braue, Grand Hotel.

Edwards, care Karberg.

Jammes.

Keechong.

Koevoet.

Kongyeelong.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Road West,

Kwong Wooloong 72 Bonham Strand.

Kwongyuenlung.

Lambay, 38 Connaught.

Leepcheng.

Louis Pisuisse Chansonnier.

Lowrie.

Roeder.

Sam Yick 152 Connaught Road. Seonglee.

Shingsung Road Central.

Shuncheong,

Tackcheong.

Tacoing. Tunguamthai. Tungsing. Tyeloong. Yingsonjoo.

5115 0624.

4499.

Mandrake.

Hongkong Station, 3rd March, 1911.

W. SWAN,

Superintendent.

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十圓投價以一千七百五圓爲底

一千九百一十一年

十七日示

1

In the Matter of the Estate of ENGEL (ENGELBERT) KEMP late of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs, Swatow, Tidewaiter, deceased.

NOTICE is section is of the

OTICE is hereby given that the Court

Probates Ordinance, 1897, (No. 2 of 1897), made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 14th day of March, 1911.

      Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 28th day of February, 1911.

NOTI

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Administrator.

In the Matter of the Estate of FERDINAND AMBROISE late of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs, Kongmoon, Tidewaiter, deceased.

OTICE is hereby given that the Court has, by virtue of Section 58 of the

Probates Ordinance, 1897, (No. 2 of 1897),

made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 27th day of March, 1911.

     Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 28th day of February, 1911.

N

G. II. WAKEMAN, Official Administrator.

In the Matter of Estate of ANNA SCHMITT, late of Davos village, Switzerland, Single-woman, de- ceased.

"OTICE is hereby given that the Court.

has. by virtue of Section 58 of the Probates Ordinance. 1897, (No. 2 of 1897), made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 14th day of March, 1911.

    Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 1st day of March, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Administrator.

In the Matter of the Estate of HAMAKICHI SHIMOMURA late of Victoria in the Colony of Hong- kong, deceased.

OTICE is hereby given that the Court

Probates Ordinance, 1897, (No. 2 of 1897), made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 16th day of March, 1911.

    Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 3rd day of March, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Administrator.

NOTICE.

E have this day authorized Messrs.

WE THEO. F. HANSEN and CONRAD

HAESLOOP to sign our firm per procuration.

Hongkong, 1st March, 1911.

F. BLACKHEAD & Co.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that FARBWERKE

NOTIC

Höchst O/M Germany have on the 9th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of ⠀ the following Trade Mark:-

SALVARSAN

in the name of FARBWERKE VORM MEISTER Lucius and BRÜNING of Höchst O/M Ger- many who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of chemical substances prepared for use in Medicine and Pharmacy, in Class 3.

Dated this 27th day of February, 1910.

DENNYS & BOWLEY Solicitors for the Applicants.

NOTICE.

WICK HANG, IP SHUNG PUN, and JP LUEN HOP, all of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Merchants, hereby give notice that by an Indenture of Assignment dated the Twenty-fourth day of February, One thou sane nine hundred and eleven, the Nam Mow Firm of No. 154. Connaught Road Central. Victoria. Hongkong, Californian goods and oil dealers, and the several partners therein, for the consideration therein mentioned, assigned to us all the interest and goodwill of the said Nam Mow Fim in their said busi- ness of Californian goods and oil dealers, and all the book and other debts due to the said firm, and all the stock in trade, goods and effects of the said business, and the sign board of the said Nam Mow Firu.

E the undersigned IP Mow PING, IP

The Nam Mow Firm has furnished to us a list of debts owing in respect of such business and the debts included in such list will be taken over and paid by us and the debts due to the said Nam Mow Firm will be collected by us.

Dated this 27th day of February, 1911.

葉茂屏

葉崇洋

葉玉

葉聯合

THE MOLKEREI OBERHOF, LTD.

A

Tan Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 28th day of December, 1910, adjourned till the 4th January, 1911, on account of no quorum being present at the prior meeting, and ai an Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 23rd January, 1911, adjourned till the 1st February, 1911, on account of no quorum being present at the prior meeting, the following resolution was duly passed and confirmed :--

That this Company be wound up

voluntarily."

And at the said Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 1st February, 1911, Messrs. P. H. KENT and K. W. MoUNSEY of the firm of Messrs. KENT & MOUNSEY and H. DALLDORFF were appointed liquidators of the said winding up at the following remunera- tion, namely. Tls. 250 for Messrs. KENT & MOUNSEY and Tls. 200 for the said H. DALL-

DORFF.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1911.

Liquidators

P. H. KENT. K. W. MOUNSEY. II. DALLDORFF.

HONGKONG CLUB.

NOTICE.

HE nineteenth half-yearly drawing of

Tiny-five Debentures (1896 wue) of

the Hongkong Club, Payable on Friday, the 31st March, 1911, will be held at the Club House at 11 o'clock a.m. on Friday, the 17th March, 1911.

Bearers of Debentures are invited to attend the drawing.

By Order,

JAMES CRAIK.

Secretary.

Hongkong, 2nd March. 1911.

THE KOWLOON LAND AND BUILDING COMPANY, LTD.

on

OTICE is hereby given that the Twenty- second Ordinary Meeting of Share- holders in this Company will be held at the Company's Office. Victoria Buildings, Wednesday, the 8th March, 1911, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Directors together with Statement of Accounts for the year ending 31st December," 1910.

The Register of Shares of the Company will be closed from Friday. the 3rd March to Wednesday, the 8th March (both days in- clusive), during which period no Transfer of Shares can be registered.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

A. SHELTON HOOPER, Secretary to the Hongkong Land Investment

and Agency Co., Ltd.. Agents for

THE KOWLOON LAND & BUILDING Co. Hongkong, 28th February, 1911.

HONG KONG FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.

NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS,

HE Forty-second Ordinary Meeting of Shareholders will be held at the Offices of the undersigned at 12 o'clock (noon) on Friday, the 10th March.

The Transfer Books of the Company will be closed from the 24th inst, to the 10th proximo, both days inclusive.

JARDINE, MATHESON & CO., LTD., General Managers,

HONGKONG FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED.

Hongkong, 20th February, 1911.

N

In the Matter of the Patents Ordin- ance, 1892, and in the Matter of The Patents Amendment Ordin- ance, 1909.

and

In the Matter of an application made by WILFRED HUNT, of the firm of Edmund Hunt and Company, Chartered Patent Agents, of 121 West George Street, in the City and County of Glasgow, Scot- land. for a grant of Letters Patent for all Invention for "Improvements in electric ceil- ing fans".

TOTICE is hereby given that the Petition, Declaration and Office Copies of the Complete Specification and Letters Patent required by the above-mentioned Ordinances have been duly filed in the Office of the Regis- trar of Trade Marks of Hongkong, and that it is the intention of the above named WIL- FRED HUNT by MATTHEW JOHN DENMAN STEPHENS his Solicitor and Agent to apply to His Excellency the Governor for Letters Patent for the exclusive use within the Colony of Hongkong of the said Invention.

Dated the 3rd day of February, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor for the Applicant.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

176

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. S. 55.-The following Bills were read a first time at a Meeting of the Council held on the 9th March, 1911 :-

Short title.

Prohibition

of the use of dynamite in Colonial

waters.

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to prohibit the use of Dynamite or other Explosives for the purpose of catch- ing or destroying Fish.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows

1. This Ordinance may be cited as The Fisheries (Dynamite) Ordinance, 1911 *.

2. Any person who uses dynamite or other explosive substance to catch or destroy fish in the Colonial waters shall be liable on summary conviction either to a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, or, in the discretion of the Court, to be imprisonel, with or without hard labour, for a term not exceeding two months.

Memorandum.

This bill prohibits the use of dynamite or other explo- sives in the waters of the Colony for the purpose of catching or destroying fish..

W. REES DAVIES, Attorney General,

Short titie and col- straction.

Amends sub-section C) of section 22 of the

Principal Ordinance.

Amend- sub-section (1) of spetie 23 of the Frincipal

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to amend the Police Force Or-

inance, 1900.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:

1. This Ordinance may be cited as •The Police Force Amendment Ordinance, 1911", and it shall be read and construed as one with the Police Force Ordinance, 1900, hereinafter called the Principal Ordinance.

2. Section 22 sub-section (1) of the Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by

19" in the fifth

(4.) the ad lition after the figures

line thereof of the words ", or breach of disei- pline, or insubordination":

(5.) the deletion of the words and, in default of payment thereof," in the eleventh line thereof and by the substitution of the word "or".

3. Section 23 sub-section (1) of the Principal Ordinance 1- hereby amended by---

(4.) the addition of the wonds "sergeant or after

the word any" in the second line thereof;

(8.) the deletion of all the words after the wond

*dollars in the fourth line thereof.

1

Objects and Reasons,

The object of section 23 was evilently to give summary powers to the Captain Superintendent and Deputy Superin- tendent of Police. The latter part of the section was practically unnecessary as almost every ease that could arise muder it could be dealt with under section 22. Section 22 is amended by transferring the effect of the latter part of section 23 (1) to it and making the sentence uniform. The Captala Superintendent of Police no longer desires to have the power to award imprisonment. These powers have consequently been abolished and he has been given a power, which he desires, to impose small fines on sergeants or constables for breaches of descipline or neglect of duty,

W. REES DAVIES,

Short title.

Application of the Or- Ainance.

177

A BILL

ENTITLED

to Ord. S of

An Ordinance to amend and codify the law as to References

Common Forms and as to the Interpretation of Terms used in Ordinances.

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the " Interpretation and Common Form Ordinanze, 1911", or more shortly as the Interpretation Ordinance, 1911 ".

1897, and

to the Mauritius Ordinance where Necessary.

2. This Ordinance shall apply to the Colony of Hong- New, M. 1. kong including the New Territories unless it is otherwise expressed.

Application

of subse- quent Ordinances.

Application

of provisions of Ordin-

ange.

PART I.

Of Ordinances Generally.

3. All Ordinances hereafter to be passed shall apply to New. 31. 2. the Colony of Hongkong and to the New Territories unless it appear from express provision or by necessary implication that any Ordinance is not intended to apply to the New

Territories.

4. The provisions of this Ordinance shall apply

(a.) to this Ordinance and to all Ordinances here- after to be passed, unless the contrary inten- tion appear

(b.) to existing Ordinances unless otherwise ex-

pressly herein provided.

Commence- 5. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the ment of this day of

Ordinance.

Form of

1911.

6. Where any Ordinance contains a suspending clause, suspending it shall be in the following form, or words shall be used to

the like effect :--

clause.

Commence- ment of

New. M. 3.

"This Ordinance shall not come into operation § 27. unless and until the Governor notifies, by Proclamation, that it is His Majesty's pleasure not to disallow the same, and thereafter it shall come into operation on such day as the Governor shall notify by the same or any other Proclamation ".

when used with

7. The expression commencement reference to any enactment shall mean the day on which Ordinances. the enactment comes into operation.

Time of

Commence-

ment.

Exercise of statutory powers between

passing and commence

ment of Ordinance.

§ 17 (1).

8. Where any Ordinance or other enactment, or any $17 (2). proclamation, notice, order, warrant, scheme, letters patent, rule, regulation, or bye-law, made, granted, or issued, under a power conferred by any Ordinance, or by any other competent authority, is expressed to come into operation on a particular day, the same shall be construed as coming into operation on the expiration of the previous day.

9. Where any Ordinance is not to come into operation § 37. immediately on the passing thereof and confers power to make any appointment, to make, grant, or issue any instru- ment, that is to say, any Order-in-Council, order, warrant, scheme, letters patent, rules, regulations, or bye-lawa, tó give notice, to proserie forms, or to do any other thing for the purposes of the Ordinance. that power may, unless the contrary intention appear, be exercised at any time after the passing of the Ordinance, so far as may be necessary or expedient for the purpose of bringing the Ordinance into operation at the date of the commencement thereof; subject to this restriction that any instrument made under the power shall not, unless the contrary inten- tion appear in the Ordinance, or the contrary is necessary for bringing the Ordinance into operation, come info operation until the Ordinance itself comes into operation.

Ciation of

10. In all Ordinances there shall be "a short title" and Olinances, and in all references to Ordinances in any other enactment or in any legal document it shall be sufficient, but not essential, to mention the "short title" thereto, together with the number of the section referred to.

matter an

2+ (2).

Where however the "short title " is not used, it shall be § 24 (1) lawful to indicate any Ordinance referred to as aforesaid with new by the serial number of the year in which it was passed, together with such year, and the number of section referred 19, as renumbered in Sir John Carrington's Revised Edition of the Laws of Hongkong, and in the New Edition of sneh Revised Laws hereafter to be published after such New Edition has been declared by the Council to be the only authorised version of the Laws of Hongkong.

Where such reference includes the description or citation of a portion of another Ordinance it shall, unless the con- trary intention appear, be construed as including the word, article, or other part mentioned or referred to as forming the beginning and as forming the end of the portion com- prised in the description or citation.

PART II.

Efer of reperl existing proclama tions and regalations.

Bricet of repeal generally.

Repeal of Ordinances,

References to re-enacted provisions.

Of Repeals.

11.-1.) Where any Ordinance repeals wholly or in $ 10. part any former enactment and substitutes other provisions therefor, the repealed enactment shall remain in force until the substituted provisions come into operation.

(2.) Where any Ordinance, or any part of an Ordinance, New, M. 10, is repealed, all proclamations, orders, notices, rules, and regulations, issued or made in virtue thereof shall remain in force, so far as they are are not inconsistent with the provisions of the repealing Ordinance, and unless the con- trary intention appear, until they shall have been repealed or replaced by proclamations, orders, notices, rules or regulations, as the case may be, issued or made under the provisions of the said repealing Ordinance.

12. The repeal of any enactment shall not, unless the § 11.

contrary appear-

(a.) revive anything not in force or existing at the time at which the repeal takes effect; or

(b.) affect the previous operation of any enactment so repealed, or anything duly done or suffered under any enactment so repealed; or

(c.) affect any right, privilege, obligation or liabi- lity acquired, accrued, or incurred under any enactment so repealed; or

(.) affect any penalty, forfeiture or punishment incurred in respect of any offence committed against any enactment so repealed; or

(c.) affect any investigation, legal proceeding, or remedy in respect of any such right, privilege, obligation, liability, penalty, forfeiture, or pun- ishment as aforesaid ;

and any such investigation, legal proceeding, or remedy may be instituted, continued or enforced, and any such penalty, forfeiture or punishment may be imposed, as if

the repealing Ordinance bad not been passed.

Provided that where the penalty, forfeiture or punish- New. M. 11. ment imposed by the repealed Ordinance is heavier than that imposed by the repealing enactment, the lighter punishment may be inflicted if the Court decides to inflict any punishment.

13. When any Ordinance which repeals in whole or in part any earlier Ordinance is itself repealed, such last repeal shall not be construed as reviving the enactment previously repealed, unless such revival be expressly

enacted.

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14. Where any Ordinance repeals and re-enacts, with

$ 37. or without modification, any provisions of a former Ordin- ance, references in any other Ordinance to the provisions so repealed, shall, unless the contrary intention appear, be construed as references to the provisions so re-enacted,

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Reference to re-enacted Acts of Parliament.

Operation

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15. Where any statute of the Imperial Parliament New. repeals and re-enacts, with or without modification, any provisious of a former statute of the Imperial Parliament, references in any Ordinances to the provisions so repealed, shall, unless there is any provision in the repealing statute from which the contrary intention shall appear, be con- strued as references to the provisions so re-enacted.

 16. Any Ordinance which amends, repeals, or adds to, New. M. 14. of amending the provisions of a former Ordinance shall, unless the Ordinances.

contrary intention appear, be read and construed as forming part of the Ordinance so affected.

Disallowance.

17. Whenever any enactment shall be disallowed by New, M. 15. His Majesty, such disallowance shall be notified by Pro- clamation of the Governor; and from and after the date of such notification, the enactment, and all proclamations. orders, notices, rules, regulations, or other like documents made thereunder shall cease to have effect.

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Provided always that the provisions of section 12 shall apply to such disallowance as if the words "disallowance " and disallowed" were read therein in lieu of the words "repeal" and "repealed"; with this exception only, that any enactment repealed, modified, or amended by any enactment disallowed, together with all proclamations, orders, notices, rules, regulations, or other like documents made under such previous enactment, shall revive and continue in force in their original form as from the date of of the said proclamation.

The expression "disallowance shall include the signi- fication of His Majesty's pleasure not to allow any Ordin-

ance.

PART II.

Ordinances

to be public Ordinances,

Amendment or repeal of Ordinances in same session.

Sections to

be substan- tive enact- ments. Schedules, etc.. to

be part of Ordinances.

Sub-divisions. of Orlin- ances to be recognised.

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References to the Sovereign.

Ordinances

General Provisions.

publie Ordinance, and § 2 with § 22 18. Every Ordinance shall be a publie Ordinance, and shall be judicially noticed as such, unless the contrary is modified. expressly provided by the Ordinance.

19. Any Ordinance may be altered, amended, or repealed, § 23. in the same session of the Legislative Council as that in which it has been passed.

20. Every section of an Ordinance shall have effect as a substantive cnactment without introductory words.

21. Every schedule or Table to or in any Ordinance, shall, together with any notes thereto, be construed and have effect as part of the Ordinance,

New, M. 16.

25 (2).

22. Where an Ordinance is divided into Parts, Chapters, § 26. Titles, or other divisions, the fact and particulars of such division shall, with or without express mention thereof in such Ordinance, be taken notice of in all Courts and for all other purposes, whether by way of reference or other, whatsoever.

23. References to the Sovereign reigning at the time of the passing of any Ordinance, or to the Crown, shall, unless the contrary intention appear, be construed as references to the Sovereign for the time being.

 24. No Ordinance shall be binding on the Crown, or not binding shall in any manner affect the rights of the Crown, unless

it is so provided in express terms.

on Crown

unless

expresso.

Construction

as to

This Ordinance shall be binding on the Crown.

25. Where any Ordinance confers a power or imposes a of provisions duty, then unless the contrary intention

the appear, power may be exercised and the duty shall be performed from time to time as occasion requires.

exercise of powers and duties.

Construction

26.-(1.) Where reference is made to any public officer of references by the term designating his office, such term shall include the officer for the time being executing the duties of such office, as well as such other officer as may be appointed to perform any portion of such duties.

to public

officers.

§ 29 modi-

ed.

34.

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Construction

(2.) Where any Ordinance confers a power or privilege, § 34 (1) & of provisions or imposes a duty on the holder of any office as such, then, (2). granting unless the contrary intention appear, the power may be powers to

exercised and the duty shall or may be performed, as the case may be, by the holder of the office for the time being, or by any officer appointed to act in, or perform the duties of, the said office for the time being.

public officers.

Construction

27.-(1.) When reference is made in any enactment to of references the numbers of any series of sections of any enactment, or to any part of any enactment, the reference shall be held to be inclusive of the sections or words mentioned in the reference.

to other enactments;

and to a

New. M. 13 (2).

(2.) When any particular number of days or hours is § 7. series of days. prescribed for the doing of any act or for any other purpose, the same shall, unless the contrary intention appear, be reckoned exclusive of the first and inclusive of the last day or hour.

Measurement

28. In the measurement of any distance for the purposes $31. of distances. of any Ordinance that distance shall, unless the contrary intention appear, be measured in a straight line on 2 horizontal plane.

References to time.

Meaning of service by post.

Meaning of writing.

Meaning of "oath ",

.f

'affidavit

and "swear

Use of

Chinese ex- pressions in Ordinances.

Meaning of

29.--(1.) Whenever any expression of time occurs in any enactment or in any legal document, the time referred to. shall, unless the contrary intention appear, be held to be standard time.

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§ 32.

(2.) The expression "a.m." indicates the period between New. midnight and noon on the day succeeding; and the expres- sion p.m." indicates the period between noon and the midnight following; and where in any enactment two such expressions occur conjunctively in relation to any specified hours, they shall be construed to relate to consecutive periods of time.

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30. Where any Ordinance authorises or requires any § 21. document to be served by post, whether the expression "serve", or "give", or send", or any other expression is used, then, unless the contrary intention appear, the service shall be deemed to be effected by properly address- ing, pre-paying, and posting a letter containing the document, and, unless the contrary is proved, to have been effected at the time at which the letter would be delivered in the ordinary course of post.

31. In any enactment expressions referring to writing § 18. shall include, unless the contrary intention appear, printing, lithography, photography, type-writing, and every other mode of representing words or figures in a visible form.

"

32. In all Ordinances, unless the contrary intention $ 8. appear, the words "onth and "affidavit " include, in the case of persons allowed or required by law to declare or solemnly affirm insteal of swearing, "declaration" and 46 solemn affirmation": and swear in the like case, includes "declare" and "solemnly affirm ".

33. Where in any enactment Chinese terms or expres- New; based sions are used, or where English words are used, followed, on M. 26. in brackets or otherwise, by Chinese terms or expressions, whether in Chinese characters or not, the Chinese term or expression shall be held to be included in the enactment, and the English words, if any, shall be held to be the equivalent of the Chinese term or expression.

34. Where the words "or", "other", and "otherwise "or" "other" are used, they shall, unless the contrary intention appear, "otherwise ". be construed disjunctively and not as implying similarity,

Meaning of

person "in Criminal Ordinances.

Masculine

words and

words in the singular.

unless the word "similar", or some other word of like meaning, is added.

35. In the construction of every Ordinance relating to an offence punishable on indictment or on summary convie- tion, the expression "person shall, unless the contrary intention appear, include a body corporate.

19

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§ + (1).

36. In all enactments, unless the contrary intention § 3 (1). appear, words importing the masculine gender shall include females, and words in the singular shall include the plural, and words in the plural shall include the singular.

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Effect of notices in Gazette.

Application

of fees fines and

forfeiture.

37. Where in any Ordinance any notice order or other § 36 (1) e. document is required to be published in the Gazette, a copy

of the Gazette in which it is so published, shall be evidence of the facts stated in such notice, order, or document.

38. Where under any enactment any person is required New. M. 45 to pay any fee or is adjudged to pay or forfeit any sum of in part. money, it shall be paid into the Treasury, unless the con- trary is expressed; and where any thing or any animal is adjudged to be forfeited, it shall be forfeited to the Crown, and the net proceeds thereof, if it is ordered by competent authority to be sold, shall be paid into the Treasury,

Definitions.

Official definitions.

PART IV.

Definitions.

39. In all enactments the following words shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them, unless the context otherwise requires :--

A.-Official Definitions.

"Governor" means the Governor of Hongkong and § 5 (1) with shall include the Officer for the time being 15 (8). administering the Government;

and where the Governor of Hongkong is not intended--

"Governor " means, as respects Australia, Canada, New. M.

India and United South Africa, the Governor General, and includes any person who for the time being has the power of the Governor General;

and as respects any other British possession, means the Governor or Administrator of that possession, and includes the Officer for the time being administering the Government of that possession.

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"Governor-in-Conueil ", or Governor in Executive Council ", means the Governor acting with the

   § 5 (2). advice of the Executive Council.

"

"Officer Adminstering the Government'

means the New. M. Officer who succeeds to or is appointed to the administration of the Government of the Colony, in accordance with the Letters Patent of 14th October, 1903, or any others which may be substituted therefor.

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Secretary of State" means one of His Majesty's § 12 (1).

Principal Secretaries of State for the time being.

"Crown Agents" means the person or persons New. M.

for the time being acting as Crown Agents for the Colonies in England, or any one of them.

The Admiralty means the Lord High Admiral of § 12 (2).

the United Kingdem for the time being, or the Commissioners for the time being executing the Office of Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom.

Privy Council" means the

the time being of His ourable Privy Council.

Lords and others for

§ 12 (3). Majesty's Most Hon-

"Board of Trade" means the Lords and others of § 12 (4).

the Committee for the time being of the Privy Council appointed for the consideration of mat- ters relating to trade and foreign plantations. "Imperial Parliament", and "Parliament ",

the Parliament of the United Kingdom. "Consul" and "Consular Officer" include, consul- general, consul, vice-consul, consular agent, and any person for the time being authorised to discharge the duties of consul-general, consul or vice-consul.

mean

§ 15 (3).

§ 12 (5).

Colonial definitions.

Geographical definitions.

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mean

Legislative Council" and "Legislature ",

the Council of Government of Hongkong new matter.

      § 15 (9) with created by the instructions passed under the Royal Sign Manual and Signet on the 7th July, 1896, and when used with reference to a British possession other than Hongkong, the authority, other than the Imperial Parliament, or His Majesty the King in Council, competent to make laws for such British possession. "Chinese Authorities" means any officer of the Chinese Government acting on behalf of such Government and recognised as such by the Government of the Colony.

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"Public Office" and "Public Department" mean and include every officer or department invested with or performing duties of a public nature, whether under the immediate control of the Governor or not.

Emigration Officer" means and includes every person lawfully acting as emigration officer, emigration agent, or protector of emigrants in the Colony.

"The Treasury" and "Treasurer" mean the Colonial Treasury and the Colonial Treasurer respect-

ively.

"Justice of the Peace'

means a person appointed

by the Governor to act as Justice of the. Peace for the Colony,

B.-Colonial Definitions.

§ 5 (6).

§ 5 (8).

$5 (10).

New.

Colony means the Colony of Hongkong, and in- cludes the New Territ me unless it appear

   $ 5 (3). from express provision or by necessary impli- cation that the New Territories is not intended.

"The New Territories' mean the additional ter- Ord. No. 34

ritories acquired by this Colony under the of 1910. Convention dated the 9th day of June, 1898, between Her late Majesty Queen Victoria and This Majesty the Emperor of China for the enlargement of the limits of this Colony in- cluding the City of Kowloon.

"New Kowloon" means that portion of the New Territories which is delineated and shewn upon a plan marked " New Kowloon" signed by the Director of Public Works and countersigned by the Governor and deposited in the Land Office of this Colony.

"City of Victoria ", or "Victoria ", means the area of Hongkong within the boundaries indicated by Ordinance No. 20 of 1903.

"Harbour" means the harbour of Victoria.

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Waters of the Colony "

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"

$5 (5).

or Colonial Waters $ 5 (4). mean the navigable waters within the jurisdic- tion of the Government of this Colony.

C.-Geographical Definitions.

United Kingdom" means the United Kingdom of

Great Britain and Ireland.

§ 15 (1).

§ 15 (4).

• British Islands" means the United Kingdom, the § 15 (2).

Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. "British Possession" means any part of His Ma- jesty's Dominions exclusive of the United Kingdom; and where parts of such Dominions are under both a central and a local Legisla- ture, all parts under the contral Legislature shall, for the purpose of this definition, be deemed to be one British possession.

"British Colony or "Colony' means, where the

   § 15 (5). Colony of Hongkong is not intended, any part of His Majesty's Dominions exclusive of the United Kingdom and of British India; and where parts of such Dominions are under both a central and a local Legislature, all parts under the central Legislature shall, for the purposes of this definition, be deen ed to be one Colony.

Judicial definitions.

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·India "

means British India together with any territories of any Native Prince or Chief under the suzerainty of His Majesty exercised through the Governor General of India or other officer subordinate to the Governor General of India.

D.-Judicial Definitions.

§ 15 (7).

High Court means, when used with reference to

England or Ireland, His Majesty's High Court $13 (1). of Justice in England or Ireland, as the case may be.

Court of Assize" or "Assizes". means,

as

respects England, Wales, and Ireland, a Court § 13 (2). of Assize, a Court of Oyer and Terminer, and a Court of Gaol Delivery, or any of them, and as respects England and Wales, includes the Central Criminal Court; and, as respects Hong- kong, means the Supreme Court sitting in its criminal jurisdiction.

"Supreme Court" means the Supreme Court of

Hongkong.

§ 13 (3).

"Probate Court" means, as respects Hongkong, the

Supreme Court sitting in its probate jurisdic- New.

tion.

Bankruptcy Court" means, as repects Hongkong, the Supreme Court sitting in its bankruptcy jurisdiction.

New.

Colonial Court of Admiralty" means, as respects

Hongkong, the Supreme Court sitting in its New, Admiralty jurisdiction.

"Court" means the Supreme Court as well as any

other Court of the Colony.

New.

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Magistrate" means a Police Magistrate of the

Colony:

"Judge means any Judge of the Supreme Court: and where any civil jurisdiction is required to be exercised by a Judge, such jurisdiction, if it is not otherwise expressed, shall be exercis- able by a Judge sitting in Chambers.

"Court or Judge" implies, where jurisdiction is required to be excrcised by a Court or Judge, that such jurisdiction shall be primarily exercised by a Judge in Chambers, unless such Judge directs that it shall be exercised in open Court.

$ 5 (9).

New. M.

New. M.

14 (1) &

Rules of Court" means, when used in relation to

any Court, rules made by the authority having (2). for the time being power to make rules and orders regulating the practice and procedure of such Court, together with the forms necessary thereto.

The power of the said authority to make rules of Court as above defined shall include a power to make rules of Court for the

purpose of any Ordinance hereafter to be passed directing or authorising anything to be done by rule of Court.

"Police Constable" or

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"Constable meaus any New. constable of the Police Force, and includes special constables.

"Offence" means any crime, misdemeanor, or other breach of the law for which a penalty is pro- vided.

New. M.

"Committed for trial means when used in relation to any person, unless the contrary intention appear, committed to prison with the view to his being tried before a Judge and Jury, or otherwise as the law directs; and includes a person who is admitted to bail upon recogniz- ances to appear and take his trial before a Judge and Jury, or otherwise.

New. M.

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General definitions.

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F.-General Definitions.

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"Gazette' means the Government Gazette of $5 (7).

Hongkong.

""

Proclamation

means, as respects Hongkong, a proclamation of the Governor.

New.

"Definition" means the interpretation to be given New. M.

to words or expressions used in the Ordinance or part of an Ordinance to which such inter- pretations are declared to be applicable; and the words or expressions are to have in such Ordinance or part of an Ordinance, and in any rules, regulations, orders, or other documents made thereunder, the meanings assigned to them unless inconsistent with the context.

"Month" means calendar month, unless it appears § 5 (14).

from the context that lunar month, or Chinese

" is intended.

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moon

"Year" means a year according to the Georgian New. Calendar, unless it appears from the context

that a Chinese year is intended.

"Person", and words applied to any person or § 5 (12) cf. individual, shall apply to and include, subject 4 (1). only to the provisions of section 25, corpora- tions, companies, joint tenants and tenants in common, and communities lay or religious.

$6

Statutory Declaration means, unless the con- $ 20.

trary intention appear, a declaration made by virtue of the Statutory Declarations Act, 1835, or of the Statutory Declaration Ordinance, 1893.

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Extent of power to

lations.

PART V.

Of Regulations, Forms, and other matters.

40.-(1.) Where any Ordinance confers a discretionary § 36 (1) a. power to make regulations, to issue any order, or to do any make regu act, the power shall, unless the contrary intention appear, be construed as including the power, exercisable in like manner, and subject to the same conditious, if any, to amend, vary, rescind, revoke, or suspend the regulations made, or order issued, or any part thereof, or to abstain from doing the act.

Meaning of

regula-

tion

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Tublication.

Other

"

(2.) "Regulations means both in this section, and $ 36 (2) with generally in this Ordinance, regulations, rules and bye-laws, $ 36 (1) c. not inconsistent with the provisions of the Ordinance under which they are made, and includes rules of Court.

matter.

(3.) All regulations shall come into force on the day of § 36 (1) d their publication in the Gazette, and not before, and shall with new have the same force and effect and be equally binding, and shall be construed as if they had been contained in Ordinance empowering them to be made.

(4.) The same rule shall apply to any order made by the New. documents, Governor-in-Council, any order, warrant, scheme, letters patent, or other instrument made or issued under the provisions of any Ordinance.

Forns in

41. All forms in use under any Ordinance repealed by New. M. 33. repealed any subsequent Ordinance, and which are not replaced by Ordinances, forms in the repealing Ordinance, shall remain in force so far as they are not inconsistent with its provisions, until they have been replaced by forms prescribed in accordance with any of the provisions of this Ordinance.

Coming into force of pro-

clamations.

Extent of power to

PART VI.

Of Proclamations and Orders of the Governor.

42. Proclamations of the Governor shall come into New. M. 33. operation on the date of their publication in the Gazette.

43. Where power is given to the Governor to issue a New. M. 34. proclamation, it shall include the power of ameuding, clamations. revoking, or suspending the said proclamation, and also of

substituting another therefor.

issue pro-

1.

F

Signification of orders of

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Provided always that where any Ordinance is to come New. into force on a day to be fixed by proclamation, the power to issue such proclamation shall not include the power of amending, revoking or suspending the same.

44. Where power is given to the Governor to make any New. M. 36. order or give any direction, it shall be sufficient for such the Governor, order or direction to be signified under the hand of the

Colonial Secretary or of the Assistant Colonial Secretary.

This section shall not apply to the issue of any warrant by the Governor.

Citation of Imperial Acts.

Repeal.

PART VII.

Miscellaneous Provisions.

45.-(1.) In any Ordinance, instrument, or document, § 39 (1). any Act of the Imperial Parliament may be cited by reference to its "short title", if any, either with or without a reference to the chapter, or by reference to the regnal year in which it was passed, and, where there are more statutes or sessions than one in the same regnal year, by reference to the statute or the session, as the case may require, and where there are more chapters than one, by reference to the chapter, and any enactment may be cited by reference to the section or sub-section of the Act in which the enactment is contained.

(2.) Where any Ordinance passed after the 18th day of

                   § 39 (2). November, 1897, contains such reference as aforesaid, the reference shall, unless the contrary intention

               appear, be read as referring, in the case of statutes included in any revised edition of the statutes purporting to be printed by authority, to that edition; and in case of statutes not so included and passed before the reign of King Goorge the First, to the edition prepared under the direction of the Record Commission; and in other cases to the copies of the statutes purporting to be printed by the King's Printer or under the superintendence or authority of His Majesty's Stationery Office.

(3.) In any Ordinance a description or citation of a § 39 (3). portion of an Act of Parliament shall, unless the contrary intention appear, be construed as including the word, section, or other part mentioned or referred to as forming the beginning and as forming the end of the portion com- prised in the description or citation.

46. The following Ordinances are repealed :--

Ordinance No. 8 of 1897.

Ordinance No. 20 of 1908.

New.

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Objects and Reasons.

A revision of the laws in order to be satisfactory must be accompanied by a complete Interpretation and Common Form Ordinance, which should not only lay down certain guiding principles governing the language used in legisla tion and the forms of certain sections which are recurrent, but must also apply them to existing Ordinances.

The main criticism which I have to make on the existing Interpretation Ordinance, No. 8 of 1897, is that it divides legislation into two classes, that passed prior to the date of its coming into force, and that passed afterwards. This follows the English Interpretation Act of 1889; but there was a definite reason for doing this at home. That Act is a piece of legislation simply, and acts as a guide to the Courts in interpreting existing legislation, and a guide to the Parliamentary draftsman in his future work. The greatest care was required in dealing with the enormous bulk of the English statutes; but the reasons which guided the draftsman of our Ordinance and induced him to split it up into "Existing Interpretations ", "Existing Rules of Construction", "New Iuterpretations", and "New Rules of Construction" is not always very apparent, and has in one case caused serious difficulty, leading to No. 20 of 1908 being passed. It is most bewildering, and diminishes the practi- cal utility of the Ordinance. But directly Revision is taken in hand these sub-divisions become worse than useless, and unmanageable. It must be borne in mind that the English statutes have never been systematically "revised". A good deal has been done by means of "Statute Law Revi-

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sion Acts", but it is intermittent, and fragmentary, and it is admitted that it is lamentably incomplete. I have it on the best authority that there are certain obstructionists in this matter who do all in their power to prevent even the Law Revision Commission from further using their pruning knife on the Statute Book. Therefore the sixteen or twenty volumes known as the "Statutes Revised ", although pub- lished By authority", are no more than an edition of the statutes which give the results of (1) amending legislation generally, and (ii) of the Statuto Law Revision Acts so far as they go, which is not every far.

But in dealing with the laws of a Colony, first, the bulk of legislation which has to be pruned is inconsiderable com- pared with the English Statute Book, and therefore the revision can be complete. Secondly, and consequently, the necessity for the sub-division of the Interpretation Ordin- ance, which follows that of the English Act, into the heads above indicated, does not exist, and there is no reason why the principles of interpretation which it lays down should not be applied by a Law Revision Ordinance to existing legislation, and thus uniformity throughout the whole of the laws can be obtained. A simple example will make this clear.

By section 34 of the existing Interpretation Ordinance it is provided that where an Ordinance "coufers a power, then, unless the contrary intention appears, the power may be exercised from time to time as occasion requires". The object of this is to render unnecessary the words "from time to time" in future legislation, in connexion, for example, with the power to make rules under any Ordinance. Now, to show how useless the Ordinance has been, owing to the fact probably that it is unsystematic, this simple principle is often forgotten. The provision applies to Ordinances passed after 1897, yet I open Volume II at random, and I find in the Rating Ordinance of 1901, the words "from time to time" used in section 39 and section 40, where they are clearly unnecessary.

The reason for limiting the rule to future legislation is hard to discover. It is a rule of common sense, and one probably which the Courts would have devised for them- selves.

The same remark applies to practically all the simple rules of construction. Therefore in this proposed Ordin- ance I have made them general, and they will be acted on by means of general provisions embodied in a Law Revi- sion Ordinance which authorises the deletion of useless expressions from existing legislation, and which will in due course be presented to Council.

The new Ordinance is therefore the old one recast, the sections grouped in a way more convenient for reference, and new ones added, which are for the most part based on those I introduced in an Ordinance I prepared in Mauritius in connexion with a similar revision of the laws of that Colony. Its twofold objects will be fulfilled-the Judges and Magistrates will apply it with greater case in interpret- ing the laws: the Law Officer's staff will act upon it to the lightening of their work, and thereby greatly facilitate the comprehension of the Council in legislating, and the public in understanding the legislation.

Two new principles which have been introduced which may be specially referred to :--

References to Imperial Acts in Colonial Ordinances (s. 15).-This is a most important provision which meets a difficulty often arising; e.g., references in existing legisla tion, say, to the old Merchant Shipping Acts, are useless, but there is no power without such a section to refer to the corresponding sections of the Acts of 1894.

I had to introduce a special Ordinance in Mauritius to deal with this case.

The effect of disallowance (s. 17).--Unless there is such a clause as this the consequences of disallowance, which are often very far-reaching, are little understood. This section was approved by the Secretary of State in the Mauritius Ordinance.

F. T. PIGGOTT,

Chief Justice.

9th March, 1911.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 56.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated

1st March, 1911.

10th March, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 57.-It is hereby notified that information has been received from the Military Authorities that Gun Practice will be carried out as under:-

On Tuesday, the 14th March, 1911:-

From the West of Hongkong, in a Southerly to Westerly direction, between

the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 2 p.m.

On Thursday, the 16th March, 1911-

From the East of Hongkong, in a North-Easterly to Northerly direction,

between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 2 p.m.

On Monday, the 20th March, 1911 :-

From the East of Hongkong, in a South-Easterly to Southerly direction.

between the hours of 10 a m. and 2 p.m.

On Thursday, the 23rd March, 1911:---

From the West of Hongkong, in North-Westerly to Northerly and South- Westerly to Southerly directions, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4

p.in.

If the weather is unfavourable on any of the above dates, practice will take place on the following day.

All ships, junks and other vessels are to keep clear of the range.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

8th March, 1911.

MAGISTRACY.

No. S. 58.-It is hereby notified that a meeting of the Licensing Board will be held in the Council Chamber at 2.15 p.m., on Wednesday, the 15th day of March, 1911, for the purpose of considering the following application under the Liquor Licences Ordinances, 1898-1909, viz. :-

From one JAMES HARPER TAGGART for the transfer to him from oue A. F. DAVIES of the Publican's Licence to sell by retail intoxicating liquors on premises Nos. 21-31 Queen's Road Central and 1-3 Pedder Street, under the sign of "The Hongkong Hote!".

R. H. A. CRAIG,

Secretary to the Licensing Board.

6th March, 1911.

No. S. 59.

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KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY.

(British Section.)

Statement of Approximate Traffic at all Stations.

For Week ending.

No. of Passengers.

Coaching.

Goods.

Grand Total.

$35

C.

$

C.

8th October, 1910,

1,250

816.25

5.25

$21.50

15th

Do..

4,970

2.310.35

10.76

2,321.11

22nd

Do.,

1,815

2,122.76

20.01

2,142.77

29th

Do.,

5,223

2,124,25

135.54

2,259.79

5th November. 1910....

4,807

1,723.40

75.94

1,799.34

12th

Do..

4,849

1,746.81

1.903.78

3,650.59

19th

Do.,

5,058

1,899.77

1,919.94

3,819.71

26th

Do.,

6,587

2.293.08

207.42

2,500.50

3rd December, 1910.

5,510

2,015.62!

131.56

2,147.18

10th

Do..

6,067

2,172.75

16.88

2,189.63

17th

Do.,

5,779

2,015.37

34.12

2,049.49

24th

Do,

5,864

2,098.63

72.84

2,171.47

31st

Do..

7,611

3.332.36

2.385.75

5,718.11

7th January, 1911,

7,880

3,131.48

146.06

3,277.54

14th

Do..

6,540

2,337.91

286.46

2,624.37

21st

Do.,

7.636

2,529.36

373.83

2.903.19

28th

Do.,

9.236

3,223.11

237.20

3.460.31

4th February, 1911.

4.622

1,862.70

1,950.45

3.813.15

11th

Do..

8,545

2.824.46

1,032.47

3,856.93

18th

Do,

8.478

2.855.79

43.70

2.899.49

25th

Do..

8.0045

2,655.90

36.94

2,692.84

Total,

128,923

$ 48,092.11

$ 11,026.86 | $ 59,119.01

1

10th March, 1911.

E. S. LINDSEY, Chief Resident Engineer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 60.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 18th day of March, 1911.

  The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as Building Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each Lot under the General Con- dition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Registry No.

Locality.

Boundary Measurements.

E.

W.

Contents in Sq. ft.

Upset Price.

Annual Crown

Reut.

feet. feet. feet. feet.

Survey District 82. Lot No. 1406.

Survey District 39. Lot No. 3311.

Tong Song.

37

37

39

39

1.443

15

1.50

Ma Tsek Ling.

33

33

45

45

1,485

15

3.50

10th March, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

S

189

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 61.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Wednesday, the 15th March, 1911, for the making up and supply of the undermentioned Summer Clothing for the use of the Police Department:

30 Suits Cotton Drill, for Inspectors, &c.

500 Suits Drabette, for Europeans and Indians.

400 Suits Drabette, for Chinese.

More or less < 700 Pairs of Shoes, for Chinese.

400 Pairs of Stockings, for Chinese.

400 Pairs of Garters, for Chinese.

100 Bamboo Hats.

  The Contractor will be supplied with the undermentioned Articles only from the Police Stores, all other Materials to be supplied at his own cost, and included in the prices rendered :-

Drabette.

Uniform Buttons.

Trouser Buttons.

Hooks and Eyes.

-inch White Braid for Inspectors' Jackets. Calico.

No tender will be received unless the person tendering produces a receipt to the effect that he has deposited in the Colonial Treasury the sum of $100, as a pledge of the bonâ des of his offer, which sum shall be forfeited to the Crown if such person fails or refuses to carry out his tender, should the tender be accepted.

Forms of tender may be obtained at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

  Samples of Uniform, and any further information, may be obtained on application at the Office of the Captain Superintendent of Police.

No tender will be received unless sent in the Form required.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

a.

10th March, 1911.

F. W. LYONS,

Captain Superintendent of Police,

PRISON DEPARTMENT.

.

No. S. 62. It is hereby notified that tenders in duplicate will be received at the Colonial Secretary's Office until Noon of Monday, the 27th March, 1911, for the making up and supply of Summer Clothing for the Prison Staff.

Samples of uniform may be seen, and any further information obtained at this Office.

  No render will be considered unless the person tendering produces a receipt to the effect that he has deposited in the Colonial Treasury the sum of $50 as a pledge of the bona fides of his offer, which sum shall be forfeited to the Crown if such person shall refuse to carry out his tender, in the event of his tender being accepted.

Form of tender may be obtained at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

No tender will be received unless sent in the Form required.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

F. W. LYONS,

10th March, 1911.

Superintendent.

.....

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,

No. S. 63. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 27th day of March, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents

in

Annual Upset

E.

Sq. feet.

Rent.

Price.

W.

feet. feet.

feet.

feet.

**

}

Inland Lot

Below Kennedy Road 120

120

97

97

11,640

80

1,746

No. 1876.

near Inland Lot No. 1781.

10th March, 1911.

No. S. 64.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

HONGKONG HARBOUR.

For the purpose of taking observations of the currents in the Harbour on the 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th March, two boats during daylight flying a red flag on a mast about 15 feet high will be moored in the following positions :--

berth.

Chinsalehui Point Police Station Flag Staff bearing N. 28 E. Mag. distant 1.8

cables.

Blackhead Point Flag Staff bearing N. 21 W. Mag. distant 1 cable.

Vessels passing in the vicinity are warned to go slow and give the said boats a wide

HONGKONG, 10th March, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &e,

1

No. 502.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

NORTH CHANNEL ENTRANCE TO THE YANGTZE.

Depth on Tsungming Crossing,

NOTICE is hereby given that the depths on the Tsungming Crossing have deepened, and that on the Bar in the vicinity of the Second Crossing Buoy there is now a least deptli of 15 feet of water at low water of spring tides.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

:

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 25th February, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

- 190

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT,

No. S. 63. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 27th day of March, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents

in

Annual Upset

E.

Sq. feet.

Rent.

Price.

W.

feet. feet.

feet.

feet.

**

}

Inland Lot

Below Kennedy Road 120

120

97

97

11,640

80

1,746

No. 1876.

near Inland Lot No. 1781.

10th March, 1911.

No. S. 64.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

HONGKONG HARBOUR.

For the purpose of taking observations of the currents in the Harbour on the 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th March, two boats during daylight flying a red flag on a mast about 15 feet high will be moored in the following positions :--

berth.

Chinsalehui Point Police Station Flag Staff bearing N. 28 E. Mag. distant 1.8

cables.

Blackhead Point Flag Staff bearing N. 21 W. Mag. distant 1 cable.

Vessels passing in the vicinity are warned to go slow and give the said boats a wide

HONGKONG, 10th March, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &e,

1

No. 502.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

NORTH CHANNEL ENTRANCE TO THE YANGTZE.

Depth on Tsungming Crossing,

NOTICE is hereby given that the depths on the Tsungming Crossing have deepened, and that on the Bar in the vicinity of the Second Crossing Buoy there is now a least deptli of 15 feet of water at low water of spring tides.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

:

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 25th February, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

191

No. 503.

CHINA SEA.

NEW ISSUE OF STORM SIGNAL CODE.

  NOTICE is hereby given that a new Storm Signal Code, in connexion with Storm Warn- ings issued by Sikawei Observatory, has been issued for use at the Storm Signal Stations of the Imperial Maritime Customs at Newchwang, Taku, Chefoo, Chikiang, Woosung, Gutzlaff, Pagoda Anchorage, Amoy, and Swatow.

  The new Code comes into use on the 1st March, and is identical with the existing Code except in respect to additional Signals.

  Copies of the new Code can be obtained at the Coast Inspector's office or at the Muni- cipal Storm Signal Station at Shanghai.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 28th February, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Const Inspector.

No. 504.

CHINA SEA.

FOOCHOW DISTRICT.

Entrance to Pagoda Anchorage.

  NOTICE is hereby given that the channel in the neighbourhood of Spiteful Island, at the entrance to Pagoda Anchorage, is rapidly changing. The channel is now marked by a black Buoy on the western extremity of the Niutau Rocks. The temporary Buoys recently placed in position have been removed.

  The available depth in the channel on the 14th instant was feet at low water of spring tides.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI. 28th February, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER.

Coast Inspector.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

No. 1 of 1911.

WEST COAST, FOWLER BAY

  MASTERS of vessels and others are hereby informed that the haul-off buoy situated off the end of the jetty at Fowler Bay has been removed, together with the anchor and chains to which it was attached.

Approximate position--Lat. 32° S.: long. 132° 27′ E.

This affects Admiralty Chart No. 1061.

192

KANGAROO ISLAND.

NEPEAN BAY. WESTERN COVE.

 ALSO that a black, cheese-shaped buoy has been placed in position about half a mile N. by E. from the end of the jetty at Kingscote, Kangaroo Island, in 5ft. L.W.S. to mark the eastern edge of a reef extending from the shore, and having on it 3ft. at L.W.S. just inside the buoy.

Approximate position-Lat. 35° 39′ S.; long. 137° 39′ E. This affects Admiralty Charts Nos. 2389 and 3641.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, January 16th, 1911.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Board,

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 4 of 1911.

 NOTICE is hereby given that, the Superintendent of Customs and the Doyen of the Consular Body having declared all Manchurian Ports-including Dalny--Chefoo, and Lung- kou (in the Chefoo District) to be infected with Plague, all vessels arriving from these Ports are to abide by and be governed by the Quarantine Regulations for the Ports of Tientsin and Chinwangtao.

 Attention is called to the fact that the period of detention in Quarantine for vessels arriving from an infected Port is Seven days from the date of leaving the said infected Port.

THOS. WRIGHT,

Approved:

H. M. HILLIER,

Commissioner of Customs,

Custom House, TIENTSIN, 23rd February, 1911.

Harbour Master.

SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

 No. S. 53.---It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Tuesday, the 21st March, 1911, for the supply of the under- mentioned Summer Clothing for the use of the Sanitary Department, vi:.:-

More or less

f 50 Suits White Uniform for inspectors.

50 Suits Khaki or White Drill for Foremen and Overseers. Making only. 300 Suits Coolie Uniform.

24 Helmets and Puggarees for Foremen and Overseers.

10 Rain Coats for Inspectors.

10 Oiled Rain Coats for Foremen, Overseers, and Interpreters.

For further particulars, apply at this Office.

 Tenderers must produce a receipt that they have deposited in the Colonial Treasury the sum of Twenty-five dollars as a pledge of the bonâ fides of their tender, which sum shall be forfeited to the Crown, if any tenderer fails or refuses to carry out his tender, should the tender be accepted.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

For form of tender apply at the Colonial Secretary's Office.

E. D. C. WOLFE,

Head of the Sanitaru Denartment

1

193-

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Brane, Grand Hotel.

Captn. Hang.

Edwards, care Karberg.

Hord, Marmosa, P &. O, Co. (2)

Jammes.

Keechong.

Kittington.

Kwong

Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Rond West.

Kwongynenlung.

Lambay, 38 Connaught,

Leepcheng.

Lowrie.

Mandrake.

Metro.

H. Ross. Ross.

Sconglec.

Shingsung Road Central. Shuncheong.

Tawkcheong.

Tacoing.

Tungsing.

Tveloong.

5115

0624. 4499.

Hongkong Station, 10th March, 1911

W. SWAN.

Superintendens,

程新

S懑 示 五十七號

船政道栢

曉論事照得軍營操演大炮地位日期開列於在

午九點半鐘起到下午兩點鐘止 西歷年三月十四日卽禮拜二在香港西炮台向西南等方而去由上

由上午九點半鐘起至下午兩點鐘止

西曆本年三月十六日卽禮拜四在香港東炮台向東北方及北方而去

西歴本年三月

二十日即禮拜一在香港東炮台向東南方及南方而去

由上午十點鐘起至下午兩點鐘止

如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日课演各船艇

又向西南方及南方而去由上午十點鐘起至下午四點鐘止

西曆本年三月十三日即禮拜四在香港西炮台向西北方及北方而去

一千九百一十一年 磁炮彈所經之路切切特示

S憲 示 第六十號

應驗事照得現奉

田土廳 華

111

初十

八列無

百投

九買任

十巒大

草埔

*K

程開投建造官地二均以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八百九十八 新界田土廳照一九百零六年第三百六十五號憲示所列投買總单 督憲札開定於西歴本年三月十八日卽禮丰六日上午十點鐘往大埔

193-

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Brane, Grand Hotel.

Captn. Hang.

Edwards, care Karberg.

Hord, Marmosa, P &. O, Co. (2)

Jammes.

Keechong.

Kittington.

Kwong

Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Rond West.

Kwongynenlung.

Lambay, 38 Connaught,

Leepcheng.

Lowrie.

Mandrake.

Metro.

H. Ross. Ross.

Sconglec.

Shingsung Road Central. Shuncheong.

Tawkcheong.

Tacoing.

Tungsing.

Tveloong.

5115

0624. 4499.

Hongkong Station, 10th March, 1911

W. SWAN.

Superintendens,

程新

S懑 示 五十七號

船政道栢

曉論事照得軍營操演大炮地位日期開列於在

午九點半鐘起到下午兩點鐘止 西歷年三月十四日卽禮拜二在香港西炮台向西南等方而去由上

由上午九點半鐘起至下午兩點鐘止

西曆本年三月十六日卽禮拜四在香港東炮台向東北方及北方而去

西歴本年三月

二十日即禮拜一在香港東炮台向東南方及南方而去

由上午十點鐘起至下午兩點鐘止

如天色不佳有碍操演者則將上列日期改遲一日课演各船艇

又向西南方及南方而去由上午十點鐘起至下午四點鐘止

西曆本年三月十三日即禮拜四在香港西炮台向西北方及北方而去

一千九百一十一年 磁炮彈所經之路切切特示

S憲 示 第六十號

應驗事照得現奉

田土廳 華

111

初十

八列無

百投

九買任

十巒大

草埔

*K

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品定

年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期前 三日止投得該地之人須照第五. 欸總章程用鐵經營其地估價至少 一百 圓等 因奉此合殛出示曉偉衆週知爲此特示

茲將該地形勢開列於左

}

要有貯庫作按銀一百圓之收單呈驗方准落祟祟批准而其人不肯 承辨卽將其貯庫作按銀入官凡欲領投票格式可赴布政司署求取如 欲詳知投票顚末及衣服歎式者可心巡警道署請示投遞之票應用格 式紙填寫否則不收錄各票價列低昂任由

第一號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零六號坐落土名 糖房北三十七尺南三十七尺東三十九八西三十九尺共計一千四百 四十三方尺每年地稅銀一圓五毫投價以十五圓爲

國家 不棄取或總棄 總棄不取亦可等因奉此台亟出示曉諭爲此特小 一千九百一十一年

ill

初十日示

S憲 示

六十二號

巡警道賴

第二號册錄丈量約份第三十九號地段第三千三百一十一號坐落 名蔴雀領北三十三尺南三十三尺東四十五尺西四十五大共計一千 四百八十五方尺每年地稅銀三圓五毫股價以十五圓爲底 一千九百一十一年

初十3汴

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[ +*

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曉驗事照得現奉

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曉諗事照得現本

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國家棄取或總乘不取亦可等因奉此台殛出示繞誰為此特示 一千九百一十一年

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品定

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國家 不棄取或總棄 總棄不取亦可等因奉此台亟出示曉諭爲此特小 一千九百一十一年

ill

初十日示

S憲 示

六十二號

巡警道賴

第二號册錄丈量約份第三十九號地段第三千三百一十一號坐落 名蔴雀領北三十三尺南三十三尺東四十五尺西四十五大共計一千 四百八十五方尺每年地稅銀三圓五毫股價以十五圓爲底 一千九百一十一年

初十3汴

194

| S憲示第六十

[ +*

巡瞀道

曉驗事照得現奉

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曉諗事照得現本

督憲札開招人投辦下開本港差役夏天所需之衣物所有投票均在布 政司署收截限期收至世歷本年三月十五日卽禮拜一日正午止 計開

國家棄取或總乘不取亦可等因奉此台殛出示繞誰為此特示 一千九百一十一年

=

111

初十日示

總差棉斜紋布衫袴三十套 歐差及印度差原色帆布衫袴五百套 華差原色帆布衫袴百套 華差鞋七百對 華差襪並襪帶各四百 對 竹帽一百件 以上各欸多少不等其原色帆布幷衫鈕褲鈕扣及 扣圈及總差衫之半寸闊白綑邊白洋布各料均由差館物料公庫發出 其餘別等物料俱歸承辦人備資辦理俱計在投票價内凡投票之人必

程司司便漆

得現本

!!!

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品定

年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期前 三日止投得該地之人須照第五. 欸總章程用鐵經營其地估價至少 一百 圓等 因奉此合殛出示曉偉衆週知爲此特示

茲將該地形勢開列於左

}

要有貯庫作按銀一百圓之收單呈驗方准落祟祟批准而其人不肯 承辨卽將其貯庫作按銀入官凡欲領投票格式可赴布政司署求取如 欲詳知投票顚末及衣服歎式者可心巡警道署請示投遞之票應用格 式紙填寫否則不收錄各票價列低昂任由

第一號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零六號坐落土名 糖房北三十七尺南三十七尺東三十九八西三十九尺共計一千四百 四十三方尺每年地稅銀一圓五毫投價以十五圓爲

國家 不棄取或總棄 總棄不取亦可等因奉此台亟出示曉諭爲此特小 一千九百一十一年

ill

初十日示

S憲 示

六十二號

巡警道賴

第二號册錄丈量約份第三十九號地段第三千三百一十一號坐落 名蔴雀領北三十三尺南三十三尺東四十五尺西四十五大共計一千 四百八十五方尺每年地稅銀三圓五毫股價以十五圓爲底 一千九百一十一年

初十3汴

194

| S憲示第六十

[ +*

巡瞀道

曉驗事照得現奉

督憲札開招人投接縫辦提牢廳吏役夏天所需衣物所有投票均在布 政司署收截限明收至西歴小年三月七日卽禮拜一正午止如欲觀 看號衣式樣並知詳細者前赴提牢署請示可也凡投票之人必要有好 庫作按銀五十圓之收單呈驗方准落票倘該批准其人不肯承辦則 將其貯庫作按銀入官儿歌領票格式者可赴布政司署求取投遞之 票應用 格式紙填寫否則概不收錄各票價低由

曉諗事照得現本

督憲札開招人投辦下開本港差役夏天所需之衣物所有投票均在布 政司署收截限期收至世歷本年三月十五日卽禮拜一日正午止 計開

國家棄取或總乘不取亦可等因奉此台殛出示繞誰為此特示 一千九百一十一年

=

111

初十日示

總差棉斜紋布衫袴三十套 歐差及印度差原色帆布衫袴五百套 華差原色帆布衫袴百套 華差鞋七百對 華差襪並襪帶各四百 對 竹帽一百件 以上各欸多少不等其原色帆布幷衫鈕褲鈕扣及 扣圈及總差衫之半寸闊白綑邊白洋布各料均由差館物料公庫發出 其餘別等物料俱歸承辦人備資辦理俱計在投票價内凡投票之人必

程司司便漆

得現本

!!!

督憲札開定於西歷本年三月二十七日距禮持一日下午三點鐘在工 程司署開投官地一段如欲知投賣草程詳細者用赴工程司署請示等

195-

因奉此合出示曉諭爲比特小

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地係册錄内地第一千八百七十六號坐落堅尼地道之下附 近內地段第一千七百三十一號該地四至北邊一百二十尺南過一百 二十尺東邊九十七尺西邊九十七尺共計一萬一千六百四十方尺每 年地稅銀八十圓投價以一千七百四十六圓爲低

一千九百一十一年

s憲 示 第五十三號

清淨局總辦 胡

曉盤事照得現本

督憲札開招人投票承辦下開 清凈局夏天所需之衣物

計開

縫造幫辦白號衣五十套 縫造管工黃斜文布或白號衣五十套 縫 造工人號衣三百套 管工帽及帽帶二十四件 幫辦雨衣十件 管 工及通事油雨衣十件 上列衣物或多或少不等所有票均在布政 使署收截限則收至西歴本年三月二十一日卽禮拜二日正午止如欲 領投票格式可朴布政使著求取倘另欲知詳細者前赴清凈局請示可 也凡投票之人必要有貯庫作按鈕二十五圓之收單呈驗方准落

該票批准其人不肯承辦則將其貯庫作按鈕入官各票價列低昻任由 國家棄取或總棄不取亦可等因奉此台亟出小蛇觚躺跎諭示

一千九百一十一年

初十日示

初三日示

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

COMPANIES WINDING UP.

In the Matter of the Companies Or-

dinance No. 1 of 1865,

and

In the Matter of the SAI KAI KUNG

YIK PO Co., LTD.

NOTICE is her by given that a Petition

for the winding up of the above named Company by the Supreme Court of Hongkong was on the 8th day of March 1911 presented to the said Court by CHEUNG SHAU PANG of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong Account- ant a creditor of the said Company And that the said Petition is directed to be beard before the said Court sitting at the Supreme Court House Victoria aforesaid on the 23rd March 1911 at 10.30 o'clock in the forenoon and any creditor or contributory of the said Company desiring to oppose the making of an order for the winding up of the said Company under the above Ordinance should appear at the time of hearing by himself or his Counsel for that purpose.

A copy of the Petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Com- pany requiring the same by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charge for the

same.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, 1 Des Voeux Road Central. Victoria, Hongkong,

Soliciters for the Petitioner.

NOTE-Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said Petition must serve on or send by post to the above named DEACON LOOKER & DEACON Potice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the person or if a firm the name anal address of the firm and must be signed by the person or firm or his or their Solicitor (if any) or if posted must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above hamed DEACON LOOKER & DEACON not later than 5 o'clock in the afternoon of the 20th day of March 1911,

THE PERAK SUGAR CULTIVATION COMPANY, LIMITED, (In Liquidation).

NOTICE is hereby given in pursuance of

       sect. 179 of the Companies Ordinance of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of April next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account laid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March 1911.

Witness:

E. C. PEARCE,

H. E. CAMPBELL, A

O. S. P, WHITE COOPER,

Solicitor,

Shanghai.

¦ Liquidators.

THE KALUMPONG EUBBER COMPANY,

11MITED,

(In Liquidation).

is herely

seet. 179 of the Companies Ordinance of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of April next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account laid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March, 1911.

Witness:

E. C. PEARCE,

H. E. CAMPBELL,

O. S. P. WHITE COOPER,

Solicitor,

Shanghai,

Liquidators.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1999.

Application for Registration of five Trade Marks,

NoTen Number 8 Des Voeux Long Central Victoria in the Colony of

is hereby given that The ORIENTAL BREWERY LIMITED whose registered Hongkong have on the 23rd day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Marks:-

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED

TO SUIT THE CLIMATE

PRIMA

BEER

ORIENTAL BREWERY

LIMITED HONGKONG, CHINA.

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED TO SUIT THE CLIMATE.

O.B

BEER

BREWERY'S OWN BOTTLING.

ORIENTAL BREWERY LTD.

HONG KONG.

.........

}

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED

TO SUIT THE CLIMATE.

O.B.

HONGKONG CLUB.

NOTICE.

HE Twenty-fifth Yearly General Meeting

To

Members of the Hongkong Club

will be held in the Club House on Tuesday, the 14th March, 1911, at 5.15 p.m.

By Order,

JAMES CRAIK,

Secretary.

Hongkong, 6th March, 1911.

BEER

BREWERY'S OWN

BOTTLING.

ORIENTAL BREWERY LTD.

HONG KONG.

AND ALE.\"ONOMONOH'ⱭLT

BR

Comet Ale

BREWERY

LAWON ORIENTAL BREV

BRAND

O.E

STOUT

HONGKONG.

ORIENTAL EN WIEY LID

T"

HONGKONG CLUB.

NOTICE.

HIE nineteenth half-yearly drawing of Sixty-five Debentures (1896 issue) of the Hongkong Club, Payable on Friday, the 31st March. 1911. will be held at the Club House at 11 o'clock a.m. on Friday. the 17th March. 1911.

Bearers of Debentures are invited to attend the drawing.

By Order.

JAMES CRAIK.

Secretary.

Hongkong, 2nd March. 1911.

THE MOLKEREI OPERHOF, LTD.

A

Tan Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 28th day of December, 1919, adjourned till the 4th January. 1911, on account of no quorum being present at the prior meeting, and at an Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 23rd January, 1911, adjoumed till the 1st February, 1911, on account of no quorum being present at the prior meeting, the following resolution was duly passed and confirmed :---

"That this Company be wound up

voluntarily."

And at the said Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 1st February, 1911, Messrs. P. H. KENT and K. W. MouNSEY of the firm of Messrs. KENT & MOUNSEY and H. DALLDORFF were appointed liquidators of the sold winding up at the following remunera- tion, namely. Tls. 250 for Messrs. KENT & MOUNSEY and Tls, 200 for the said H. DALL-

DORFF.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1911.

P. H. KENT.

Liquidators

K. W. MOUNSEY, II. DALLDORFF.

in the name of The ORIENTAL BREWERY I IMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

     The said Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants since the month of January, 1910, in respect of the following goods in the following class:-

Fermented Liquors, in Class 43.

     Facsimiles of the said Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 9th day of February, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS, Solicitors for the Applicants, 8. Des Voeux Road Central, Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark,

N

OTICE is hereby given that CARRERAS LIMITED of Arcadia Works, City Road, London, England: Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 16th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

BLACK CAT

in the name of CARRERAS LIMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of all tobacco goods included in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 6th day of January, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor & Agent on behalf of Applicants

198

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that LA SOCIETE ANONYME DES MINES ET FONDERIES DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE, of Angleur near Liege, Belgium, trading as Zinc Manufacturers, have on the 17th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Marks :-

1. The representation of an oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the words "Vieille Montagne".

2. The representation of a round cornered oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the Y-M letters thus :---

*

3. The words "Vieille Montagne" and

"Liege printed in the form of a i eircle within which appear three Stars with the figure 12 under the stars and the letter T under the figure 12,

in the name of LA SOCIETE ANONYME DES › MINES ET FONDERIES DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark Nod. 1 has been used by the the Applicants since 1861 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 5, the Trade Mark Nod. 2 has been used by the Applicants since 1896 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 5 and the Trade Mark Nod. 3 has been used by the Applicants since 1861 in respect of Sheet Zine in Class 5.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated this 13th day of January, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of

a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the BRITISH

NCIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, (a

Company registered under the Laws of Hong- kong) of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 28th day

of December, 1910, applied for the registra- tion in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Mark :--

"The Trade Mark consists of two square panels, in one is shown an open umbrella above which is the name of the brand UMBRELLA", and at the foot of the same panel is the name of the Company. In the other panel an open umbrella is shown at the top, and immediately under is the word UMBRELLA in a scroll of peculiar design,

in the name of the BRITISH CIGARETTE COM- PANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hongkong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufac- tures, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 15.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated this 28th day of December, 1910.

BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED.

R. D. HARVEY, Attorney.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given but none non

RIDES & CO., LIMITED, of 5 Old Bond Street, London, W., England; Tobacco Manu- facturers, have on the 21st day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Mark :-

LUCANA

in the name of W. SANDORIDES & CO., LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Manufactured To- bacco since the year 1904, in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Qffice of the undersigned.

Dated the 10th day of February, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor & Agent on behalf of Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

N TEAPE AND COMPANY, LIMITED, of 10

OTICE is hereby given that WIGGINS,

Aldgate, London, England. Paper Makers and Wholesale and Export Stationers, have on the 1st day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

HERCULES

in the name of WIGGINS, TEAPE AND COM- PANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprie. tors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Paper (except paper hangings) in Class 39 since 19th August, 1892,

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 9th day of February, 1910.

WI.KINSON & GRIST,

9, Queen's Road Central, Solicitors for the Applicants,

THE

"BONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE".

SUBSCRIPTION:

Per an: um (payable in advance),

.$18.00

(do.), (do.),

10.00

6.00

Half year, Three months,

Terms of Advertising:

For 5 lines and under, ...$1.00 for 1st Each additional lin, ..$0.20) insertion. Repetitions, Half price.

Advertisements should be sent in not later than 3 P.M. on Thursdays.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

. . .

200

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

  No. S. 65. The following Bill was read a first time at a Meeting of the Council held on the 16th March, 1911 :-

Short title and construe.

tion.

Amendment of section 12 of Ordinance

1 of 1860.

Repeal of

section 16

A BILL

EXTITLED

An Ordinance to further amend the Pawnbrokers

Ordinances, 1860 and 1902.

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Conneil thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as "The Pawnbrokers Amendment Ordinance, 1911"; and it shall be read and construed as one with the Lawnbrokers Ordinance, 1860, hereinafter called "the Principal Ordinance" as amended by the Pawnbrokers Amendment Ordinance, 1902, herein- after called "the Amending Ordinance".

2. In section 12 of the Principal Ordinance, instead of the words,

"if made within three months from the day of

making the loan "

in the second and third lines thereof, there shall be read the words,

"if made within eight months, or in the case of goods pawned in any part of the New Territories other than New Kowloon if made within twelve months, from the day of making the loan".

3. Section 16 of the Principal Ordinance and section 6 of the Amending Ordinance are hereby repealed and replaced of Ordinance by the following:

1 of 1860

and section

6 of Or-

dinance No. 21 of 1902 and substitution

therefor.

Repeal of portion of section 4 of Ordinance No. 21 of 1902 and substitution therefor.

16. Subject to the provisions hereinbefore con- tained, goods pawned as aforesaid shall, from and after the expiration of the periods mentioned in section 12 if the same are redeemed, be- come the property of the lender or his repre- sentatives absolutely: Provided nevertheless that if at the expiration of such periods respect- ively the borrower is desirous of continuing the loan for a further period not exceeding the eight months, or the twelve months, referred to in section 12, as the ease may be, he shall be at liberty to do so on paying the interest then dne. In such case a new ticket shall be issued and a new entry made in the General Book,"

4. The tariff of interest provided by section 4 of the Amending Ordinance is hereby repealed and the following

tariff shall be substituted therefor:

wwwwwwwwnl

First Sneceeding mouth. month.

On any summ

not exceeding 1 dollar,.............. excoeding 1 dollar, and not exceeding 7 dollars....... exceeding 7 dollars, and not

10%

3%

8%

3 %

exceeding 14 dollars,

5%

3 %

exceeding 14 dollars, and

not exceeding 42 dollars,

3%

2%

exceeding 42 dollars, and not exceeding 140 dol- lars,

exceeding 140 dollars,....

N 10

2 %

%%

15%

Objects ond Reasons.

Ordinance No. 21 of 1902 in this Bill called the Amend- ing Ordinance was passed before the Revised Edition was published. It repealed section 16 of Ordinance 3 of 1850, which was then the Principal Ordinance, and substituted a proviso therefor. The proviso does not render intelligible the corresponding sections (sections 12 and 16) of No. 1 of 1860, the Principal Ordinance, in the Revised Edition. Clauses 2 and 3 of the Bill are accordingly introduced to make the whole intelligible. Clause 4 of the Bill converts the interest tables from the basis of taels-a mere weight of silver to dollars-the currency of the Colony.

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 66.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang,

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin,

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

17th March, 1911.

No. S. 67.

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY, (British Section.)

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

SPECIAL NOTICE.

AVIATION MEETING-SUATIN

To be held on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, the 18th, 19th and 20th March, 1911.

  Extra Trains in connection with the Aviation Meeting will be run to holders of Aviation Tickets at Ordinary Single Fares from Kowloon Station at 11.30 a.m., 12.25 p.m. and 1.40 p.m. for Shatin only, returning from Shatin for Kowloon at 5.52, 6.50 and 7.45 p.m. at the Ordinary Single Fares on the following conditions, that unless at least half the accommodation on the Outward Trains is taken, the train will be cancelled and passengers must wait till the next train.

  Double tickets will be issued at Kowloon at double the Single Fare and at the Star Ferry Booking Office, Hongkong, to include the trip across the Harbour at $2.10 First, $1.10 Second and 35 cents Third for the double journey.

  In order to ensure scating accommodation on the return journey a large numeral will be printed on each double ticket to indicate the train by which the holder should return and such tickets will not be available for use by any other train. The double tickets are only issued subject to the acceptance of this condition.

A Special Train will leave Kowloon at 2.45 p.m. each day for Shatin only, returning from Shatin at 4.80 p.m. at the following special fares:-First Class Return $3.20, Second Class Return $2.20, tickets for which should be booked in advance.

  An Extra Train will leave Lowu for Shatin only at Ordinary Single Fares at 11.40 a.m. returning from Shatin for Lowu at 6.30 p.m. at Ordinary Single Fares.

The Ordinary Week Day Trains will be run as usual. First and Second Class accom- modation limited to six First and twelve Seconds.

On Sunday, the 19th, Ordinary Week Day Trains will be run in place of the Sunday Trains.

No. S. 68.

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY.

(BRITISH SECTION.)

TIME TABLE

On and after 1st March, 1911, and until further notice. Previous Time Tables cancelled.

DOWN TRAINS.

UP TRAINS.

Week days.

Sundays.

Week days.

Sundays.

Name of Station.

Name of Station.

1

5

3

2

6

4

a.m.

p.m.

a.m.

p.m.

a.m.

p.m.

a.in.

p.m.

Kowloon,

Departure,

8.0

2.30

10.00

3.0

Lowu,

Departure,

9.30

4.15

11.30

5.0

Hung Hom,...

Arrival,

8.4

2.34

10.4

3.4

Fan Ling,

Arrival,

9.36

4.21

11.36

5.6

Hung Hom,..

Departure,

8.5

2.35

10.5

3.5

Fan Ling,

.Departure,

9.37

4.22

11.37

5.7

Yaumati,

Arrival,

8.9

2.39

10.9

3.9

Taipo Market,

[]

Arrival,

9.46

4.31

11.46

5.16

Yaumati,

Departure,

8.11

2.41

10.11

3.11

Taipo Market,

·

.Departure,

9.49

4.35

11.48

5.18

Shatin,..

Arrival,

8.22

2.52 10.22

3.22

Taipo,

.Arrival,

9.53

4.39

11.52

5.22

Shatin,

Departure,

8.23

2.53

10.23

3.23

Taipo,

Departure,

10.0

4.46

12.0

5.30

Taipo,

Taipo,

Taipo Market, Fan Ling,

Fan Ling,

Lowu,

Arrival,

8.36

3.6

10.36

3.36

Shatin,.

Arrival,

10.13

4.59

12.13

5.43

Departure,

8.40

3.10

10.40

3.40

Shatin,.

Departure,

10.14

5.0

12.14

5.44

Taipo Market,

Arrival,

8.44

3.14

10.44

3.44

Yaumati,

Arrival,

10.25

5.11

12.25

5.55

Departure,

8.50

3.18

10.45

3.45

Yaumati,

.Departure,

10.27

5.13

12.27

5.57

Arrival,

9.1

3.29

10.56

3.56

Hung Hom,.

Arrival,

10.31

5.17

12.31

6.1

+

Departure,

Arrival,

9.2

3.30

10.57

3.57

Hung Hom,.....

.Departure,

10.32

5.18

12.32

6.2

9.8

3.36

11.3

4.3

Kowloon,

Arrival,

10.35

5.21

12.35

6.5

17th March, 1911.

For further information apply to

JNO. E. MENAGH,

Traffic Superintendent.

202

E. S. LINDSEY,

Chief Resident Engineer.

203

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 69.-It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 25th day of March, 1911.

  The Lot is sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 5 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as a Building Lot subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

Annual

Contents in

Upset

Crown

Registry No.

Locality.

Sq. feet.

Price.

N.

X.

E.

W.

Rent.

ور

Survey District 6.

Lot No. 771.

Kam Shan.

56

56

20

20

1,120

12

2.50

17th March, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

No. S. 70.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 238 of Department of Communications.

KOREA STRAIT.

TSUTSU-ZAKI BEACON LIGHT SHOWN AGAIN.

  NOTICE is hereby given that Tsutsu-zaki Beacon Light on Ose, south of Tsutsu-zaki, southwestern end of the Province of Tsushima, Nagasaki Prefecture, which was temporarily discontinued (see Notification No. 86 of Department of Communications, January, 1911), has again been shown as ever.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, February 28th, 1911.

No. 505.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

Approach to Woosung River--Quarantine Beacon Shifted.

  NOTICE is hereby given that, owing to the washing away of the western end of Chung- paosha, the Quarantine Beacon has been shifted. In its new position, Woosung Lighthouse bears S. 41° 47′ W. (magnetic), distant 3:39 miles.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 2nd March, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

203

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 69.-It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 25th day of March, 1911.

  The Lot is sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 5 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as a Building Lot subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

Annual

Contents in

Upset

Crown

Registry No.

Locality.

Sq. feet.

Price.

N.

X.

E.

W.

Rent.

ور

Survey District 6.

Lot No. 771.

Kam Shan.

56

56

20

20

1,120

12

2.50

17th March, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

No. S. 70.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 238 of Department of Communications.

KOREA STRAIT.

TSUTSU-ZAKI BEACON LIGHT SHOWN AGAIN.

  NOTICE is hereby given that Tsutsu-zaki Beacon Light on Ose, south of Tsutsu-zaki, southwestern end of the Province of Tsushima, Nagasaki Prefecture, which was temporarily discontinued (see Notification No. 86 of Department of Communications, January, 1911), has again been shown as ever.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, February 28th, 1911.

No. 505.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

Approach to Woosung River--Quarantine Beacon Shifted.

  NOTICE is hereby given that, owing to the washing away of the western end of Chung- paosha, the Quarantine Beacon has been shifted. In its new position, Woosung Lighthouse bears S. 41° 47′ W. (magnetic), distant 3:39 miles.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 2nd March, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

204

No. 506.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

Alteration in Buoyage.

NOTICE is hereby given that, on or about the 8th instant, the Blockhouse Buoy will be shifted 16 cables S. 25° W. from its present position, and the Quarantine Lower Buoy will be shifted 25 cables S. 66° W. from its present position.

All bearings given are magnetic.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 4th March, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER, Coast Inspector.

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 6 of 1911.

REFERRING to Harbour Notifications Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of 1911, concerning precau- tions against the introduction of Plague, Notice is hereby given that the following further measures and modifications have been sanctioned by the Superintendent of Customs and the Treaty Power Consuls, and are now published for general information :-

1. Dairen.-Official reports having been received from Dairen, showing that that port is at present free from Plague, and that the strictest measures are taken against its introduction there, the declaration of infection as regards that port is with- drawn; considering however, its close proximity to the Plague-infected Area, of which it is an outlet, the precautions taken in the case of vessels from Dairen cannot be completely relaxed, but the following modified procedure is adopted :-

Vessels from Dairen bringing no passengers, or for whose passengers certi- ficates from the Dairen Authorities are presented, showing that they have been detained for at least five days under supervision of the Sanitary Officers of that Port and are free from disease on embarkatiou, and amongst whose passengers no disease is found on arrival at the quarantine station at Woosung, shall be admitted to pratique after inspection by the Port Health Officer, without further detention in quarantine. Such vessels shall still however, be subject to the regulations imposed on vessels from Plague-infected Ports with regard to dis- charge and shipment of cargo, fumigation, and other precautions against the landing of rats.

2. Tientsin and Chinwangtao.

Vessels coming from Tientsin (including Tong Ku) and Chinwangtao, will be subject to the same proc dure laid down for vessels from Dairen, with the pro- vision that certificates concerning the detention under supervision of passengers must be endorsed as satisfactory by the Commissioner of Customs at those places and that the Master of each vessel shall give a certificate, concerning his Officers and Crew, that none of them has, while at these ports, gone into a Plague- infected Section. Vessels not complying with these regulations will be subjected to detention in quarantine as if from a Plague-infected Port.

WM. CARLSON,

Approved:

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 8th March, 1911.

Harbour Master.

2016

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Ahpoo Wellington.

Braue, Grand Hotel.

Captn. Hang.

Leo Charlot. (2).

Edwards. care Karberg.

Hansteel.

Hord, Marmosa, P &. O. Co.

(2)

Jammes,

Keechong.

Kittington.

Kwong Tai & Co. 87 Des Voeux Roirl West.

Kwongynenlung.

bay, 38 Connaught,

Leepcheng.

Mandrake.

Metro. H. Ross. Ross. Sconglee.

Shingsung Road Central.

anhcong.

Hokchow.

Miss Hazel Stone Lyndhurst Terrace.

Tackcheong.

Tacoing.

Tungsing.

Tyeloong.

0624.

4499.

Hongkong Station, 17th March, 1911.

W. SWAY.

S憲 示 第六十六號

撫華道蒲

出示曉驗事現奉

督憲札開凡有華人如欲前往祖國倫敦各處作工必

前途之艱難可也切切特示 預備覓工不就有回甲之費者方可前往祖國不可輕率以致流離無 等因奉北合行出示曉諭各人知悉切勿草莽遠適倫敦各處覓工須顧

一千九百一十一年

田土廳⺾

驗 事照得現奉

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茲將該地形勢開列於左

地稅銀二圓五毫投價以十二圓爲 十六尺南五十六尺東二十尺西二十尺共計一千一百二十方尺每年 此號册錄丈量約份第六號地段第七頁七十一號坐落土名山北五

一千九ㄆ一十一年

111

巧五日示

十七部

210

In the Matter of the Estate of

A. A. CAESAR late of Nos. 34 and 36 Queen's Road Central Victoria Hongkong, deceased.

NOTICE is hereby given that the Court

Probates Ordinance, 1897, (No. 2 of 1897), made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 15th day of April, 1911.

     Credit and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 16th day of March, 1911.

N

GH. WAKEMAN, Official Administrator.

In the Matter of the VIENNA CAPE Có, (1) LTD.. in Liquida- tion).

OTICE is hereby given that the Credi-

tors of the above named Company are required on or before 31st March. 1911, to send their names and addresses and the particulars of their debts and claims to the undersigned the Liquidator of the said Company, and, if so required by notice in writing from the under- signed to come in and prove their said debts or claims at such time and place as shalt be specified in such notice or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.

E. A. M. WILLIAMS, Liquidator,

C6. LOWE, BINGHAM & MATTHEWS, St. George's Building. Hongkong.

NOTICE.

hereby give notice in accordance with Section 7 of Tramway Ordinance 10 of 1902 of my intention to apply to the Governor in Council for power to construct two addi- tional short track curves ench 45 feet long joining the present tramway track in Russell Street, Bowrington, opposite L.L. 731.

J. J. STODART KENNEDY, General Manager,

THE HONGKONG TRAMWAY CO., LTD.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

"OTICE is hereby given that the TIN Po TONG of No. 70 Cheung Lan Street, Canton, in the Empire of China. have on the 21st February. 1911, applied for the registra- tion in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Mark, riz.:-

The three Chinese characters

which represent in English "Tin Po Tong '

in the name of the said TIN PO TONG who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

    The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods respectively, in the following classes respec- tively, riz.:

Medicines in Class 3 and Fermented

Liquors and Spirits in Class 43.

Dated the 10th day of March, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS, Solicitors for the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that DAKIN BROS., LTD. 82, Middlesex Street, Lon- don. England, have on the 27th day of Feb- ruary. 1911. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

The Trade Mark consists of Two Globes

(or representation of worlds),

in the name of DAKIN BROS., LTD., who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Preparations in Class 3 but will not be used for Chinese Medicines nor in connec- tion with any medicine got up to resemble Chinese Medicines.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated the 14th day of March. 1911.

DAKIN BROS., LTD..

CHARLES E. WATKINS, Agent.

THE PERAK SUGAR CULTIVATION COMPANY, LIMITED.

N

(In Liquidation).

OTICE is hereby given in pursuance of sect. 179 of the Companies Ordinance of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of April next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account laid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March. 1911.

Witness:

E. C. PEARCE, ¦ Liquidators.

II. E. CAMPBEL', ¦

O. S. P. WHITE COOPER.

Solicitor.

Shanghai.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark,

OTICE is hereby given that BREDELL COMPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST of San Francisco, in the State of California, in the United States of America, Manufacturers of Submarine Specialties and Ship Paints, have on the 7th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Mark:

-

The representation of a Cruiser or Battle- ship in the top left hand corner and the representation of two yachts under full sail in the top right hand corner and between which (inter alia) is printed the word · Bredell's". Underneath appears the name of the Company BREDELL COMPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST and the words "Diver Brand" and on either side of the latter words is the representation of a Diver,

in the name of the BREDELL COMPOSITIONS COMPANY OF THE PACIFIC COAST who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants for the past two years in respect of the following goods :--

Paints, in Class 1.

A facsimile of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 16th day of December, 1910.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street,

Hongkong.

THE KALUMPONG RUBBER COMPANY,

N

LIMITED.

(In Liquidation).

OTICE is hereby given in pursuance of

sect. 179 of the Companies Ordinance of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of April next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account laid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March, 1911.

E. C. PEARCE, H. F. CAMPBELL. ⠀

Witness:

O. S. P. WHITE COOPER. Salicitor,

Shanghai.

# Liquidators.

THE MOLKEREI OBERMOF, LTD.

Tan Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 28th day of December, 1919, adjourned till the 4th January, 1911. on account of no quorum being present at the prior meeting, and at an Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 23rd January, 1911. adjourned till the 1st February. 1911, on account of no quorum being present at the

Prior meeting. the following resolution was duly passed and confirmed :-

That this Company be wound up

voluntarily."

And at the said Extraoalinary General Meeting held on The 1st February. 1911. Messrs. P. H. KENT and K. W. MOUNSEY of the firm of Messrs. KENT & MOUYSEY and H. PALLDORFF were appointed liquidators of the said winding up at the following remunera- tion, namely, Tls. 250 for Messrs. KENT & MOUNSEY and Tis. 200 for the said H. DALL-

DORFF.

Patsd this 6th day of February, 1911.

P. II. KENT. K. W. MOUNSEY, H. DALLDORFF,

Liquidators

TRADE MARKS. ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of 2 Trade Marks,

TOTICE is hereby given that JOHN WALKER & SONS, LIMITED. of Dunster Ho se, 12. Mark Lane, London, E.C., Eng. land: Distillers, have on the 22nd day of December, 1910. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trad Marks :-

No. 1.

JOHNNIE WALKER

No. 2.

Old Highland Whisky.

JOHN WALKER & SONS, KILMARNOCK.

in the name of JOHN WALKER & SONS. LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark No. 1 has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since the year 1867, and the Travie Mark No. 2 has been used by the Applicants and their predecessors in business since the year 1880, in respect of Whisky, in lass 43.

Facsimiles of the Trale Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 12th day of January, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor on behalf of the Applicants.

:

211

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTICR is hereby guillong TONG KO

       FUK of No. 24 Haiphong Road Kow- loon in the Colony of Hongkong trading as the Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory Hosiery Manufacturer has on the 17th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks:-

1. The representation of a Chinese fisher- man fishing in a boat half of which

is hidden by some osiers with the

characters (!) 童嗶)

at

the

meaning "The Three Boys Mark the top of the picture, the characters () meaning "Regis- tered Trade Mark" at the bottom,

the characters (香港金典

meaning "Hongkong

Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory on the right hand side and

the characters (揀選上等 靚線襪)

meaning "Selected

superior quality nice socks" on the left hand side.

characters (meaning in the name of WONG KAM FUK aforesaid

"Fishing Mark" at the top of the pic-

who claims to be the sole proprietor thereof.

The Trade Marks are intended to be used

ture, the characters (by the Applicant in respect of the following meaning "Registered Trade Mark goods in the following Class :-

at

the bottom. the characters

(香港金興織造局)

+

meaning Hongkong Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory the right hand side and the characters

011

(揀選上等靚線)

meaning Selected superior quality nice socks" on the left hand side.

2. The representation of a City Wall with a gate way bearing the Chinese characters (E) meaning "To restore and with a gate house over which is hoisted a flag bearing the inseription (F) meaning

• Benefit and Power". At the top of the picture are the characters (meaning "City

Wall Mark

at the bottom

(meaning "Regis-

tered Trade Mark", on the right hand

ride (香港金興織造局)

meaning Hongkong Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory" and

on the left hand side (L 等靚線 meaning "Selected )

superior quality nice socks".

3. The representation of three Chinese boys the first one carrying a flag bear-

ing the inscription (振典工藝)

meaning "To promote industry", the second one blowing a trumpet and the third one beating a drum with

Hosiery, in Class 38.

Facsimiles of such Trade Marks can be seen at the Offices of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and of the undersigned.

Dated the 20th day of January, 1911.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Applicant.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that W. R. LOX- LEY & Co., of Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, have, on the 15th day of Decen- ber, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

1. The representation of a Chinese Boy sitting on the bank of a river and holding in front of him a branch of a tree on which is perched a bird.

2. The representation of a Five pointed

Star.

3. The representation of a "Cockatoo"

on a percli.

4. The representation of an open Fan on the face of which is a bunch of Flowers. Underneath the Fan are two Dragons.

5. The representation of a Chinese Fairy walking on clouds and holding in his right hand a shoe and in his left a dry rice stalk.

Trade Mark No. 1 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

:--

Cotton Piece Goods of all kinds in Class 24.

Trade Mark No. 2 is intended to be used by

the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

1. Goods manufactured from ivory, bone

or wood, not included in other classes. 2. Goods manufactured from straw or

grass, not included in other classes.

3. Goods manufactured from animal and vegetable substances, not included in other classes. Tobacco pipes.

4.

5. Umbrellas, Walking Sticks, Brushes

and Combs.

6. Furniture cream, Plate powder.

7. Tarpaulins. Tents. Rickcloths, Rope,

Twine.

8. Packing and hose of all kinds.

9. Goods not included in the foregoing

classes. in Class 50.

Trade Mark No. 3 is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Substances used as food, or as ingredients

in food, in Class 42.

Trade Marks Nos, 4 & 5 are intended to be

used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Articles of Clothing, in Class 38. Facsimiles of such Trade Marks can be scen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong, and also at the Office of the un- dersigned.

(C

Dated the 18th day of December, 1910.

W. R. LOXLEY & CO.,

York Buildings,

Hongkong.

THE

HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE".

SUBSCRIPTION:

Per annum (payable in advance), Half year, Three months,

.$18.00

(do.). (do.).

10.00

6.00

Terms of Advertising:

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  No. S. 71. The following Bills were read a first time at a Meeting of the Council held on the 23rd March, 1911 :-

Short title and con- struction.

Amendment

of section 18 of the Principal Ordinance.

Short title.

Definitions.

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance further to amend the Widows'

and Orphans' Pension Ordinance, 1908.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

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1. This Ordinance may be cited as "The Widows' and Orphans' Pension Amendment (No. 2) Ordinance, 1911", and shall be read as one with the Widows' and Orphans' Pension Ordinance, 1908, hereinafter called "the Principal Ordinance", as amended by the Widows' and Orphans' Pension (Amendment) Ordinance, 1909, and by the Widows' and Orphans' Pension Amendment Ordinance, 1911.

2. Section 18 of the Principal Ordinance is amended by inserting after the words " on attaining the age of 65" the

or on leaving the service".

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Memorandum.

This Bill inserts in Section 18 of Ordinance 15 of 1908 certain words which were left out in consequence of some misunderstanding when that Ordinance was passed.

W. REES DAVIES, Attorney General,

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance for regulating the supply of Elec- tricity for Lighting and other purposes within the Colony of Hongkong and its Dependencies.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Electricity Supply Ordinance, 1911.

2. In this Ordinance and in any regulations there- under, unless the context otherwise implies,-

The expression "electricity" means electricity, electric current, or any like agency.

The expression "electric line means a wire or wires, conductor, or other means used for the purpose of con- veying, transmitting, or distributing electricity with any casing, coating, covering, tube, pipe, or insulator en- closing, surrounding, or supporting the same, or any part thereof, or any apparatus connected therewith for the purpose of conveying, transmitting, or distributing electricity or electric currents.

The expression "works" means and includes electric lines, also any buildings, machinery, engines, works, matters, or things of whatever description required to supply electricity and to carry into effect the object of a company.

The expression "company means and includes any person and any body of persons corporate or unincor- porate by whom electricity is supplied.

The expression "street" includes any square, court, or alley, highway, lane, road, thoroughfare, or public passage, or place.

3. The regulations for securing the safety of the Regulations public contained in the Schedule to this Ordinance shall have effect as respects any company supplying electricity within the Colony of Hongkong or its Dependencies.

for securing

the safety of the public.

Provided that nothing in this Ordinance or in any regulations thereunder shall apply to any electric line or works laid down or erected by any person or body of persons for the supply of electricity generated upon any premises occupied by such person or body to any other part of such premises.

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Provided always that for such supply any electric line passing under or over any public street, pathway or place shall conform to these regulations.

4.--(1.) Where for the purposes of a supply of electri- Power for city any company has obtained or may obtain Governor-in-

                  any Council to licence or authority from the Director of Public Works make further to break up streets or for any other purpose, the regulations. Governor-in-Council may make regulations, which shall be applicable to all companies which have obtained any such licence or authority, for securing a regular and sufficient supply of electricity and generally for con- trolling and regulating such supply.

(2.) The Governor-in-Council may make regulations as respects any company supplying electricity for the protection of telegraph cables, telephone lines or lines operated by any department of the Government of Hong- kong, or by the naval or military authorities, or by any person or body of persons authorised by the Govern- ment of Hongkong to maintain a telegraphic service.

5. Any regulations under this Ordinance may be Power for rescinded, modified, amended, or added to by the Gov- Governor- ernor-in-Council.

in-Council to rescind or amend regulations.

6. Regulations made by the Governor-in-Council under Notice of this Ordinance and any alteration of or additions to any regulations. regulations under this Ordinance shall within three weeks from the making thereof be published in two con- secutive weeks in the Gazette and shall not have effect until so published.

7. Any regulation under this Ordinance may impose Penalties penalties for offences against the same not exceeding one may be hundred dollars for each offence, with or without pen- imposed in alties for continuing offences not exceeding for any regulations. continuing offence one hundred dollars for every day during which the offence continues.

SCHEDULE.

REGULATIONS FOR SECURING THE SAFETY OF THE

PUBLIC.

Definitions.

1. In the following regulations-

The expression "consumer's wires" means any electric Definitions. lines on a consumer's premises which are connected with the service lines of the company at the consumer's terminals.

The expression "sub-station" means any premises in which energy is transformed or converted for the purpose of supply to consumers, and which are large enough to admit the entrance of a person after the transforming or converting apparatus is in position, provided that for the purpose of these regulations any place within any such premises which is used solely for some purpose other than such transformation or conversion shall not be deemed to form part of a sub station.

The expression "overhead line" means any electric line which is placed above ground and in the open air.

The expression "pressure" means the difference of electrical potential between any two conductors through which a supply of energy is given, or between any part of either conductor and the earth; and-

(a.) Where the conditions of the supply are such that the pressure at any pair of cosumer's terminals does not exceed 250 volts, the sup- ply shall be deemed a low pressure supply ; (b) Where the conditions of the supply are such that the pressure exceeds 250 volts but does not exceed 650 volts, the supply shall be deemed a medium pressure supply ;

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(c.) Where the conditions of the supply are such that the pressure exceeds 650 volts but does not exceed 3,000 volts, the supply shall be deemed a high pressure supply; and

(d) Where the conditions of the supply are such

that the pressure exceeds 3,000 volts, the supply such be deemed an extra high pres- sure supply.

Where these regulations require any metallic body to be "efficiently connected with earth", it shall be con- nected with the general mass of earth in such manner as will ensure at all times an immediate and safe dis- charge of electrical energy.

General.

2. The pressure of a supply delivered to any consumer shall not exceed the limit of low pressure, except for special purposes, for which a medium pressure supply may be given on the consumer undertaking to comply with the following conditions:---

(a.) Where the supply is for power purposes.

(1.) The frame of every electric motor shall be

efficiently connected with earth.

(2.) The consumer's wires forming the connections to motors, or otherwise in connection with the supply, shall be, as far as practicable, completely enclosed in strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth, or they shall be fixed in such a manner that there shall be no danger of any shock.

(3.) The supply to every motor shall be controlled by means of an efficient cut-off switch, placed in such a position as to be easily handled by the person in charge of the motor, and con- nected so that by its means all pressure can be cut off from the motor itself, and from any regulating switch, resistance or other device in connection therewith.

(4.) Switches, efficient fuses or other automatic circuit-breakers shall be provided, so as to protect the circuits from excess of current, and all switches and cut-outs shall be so enclosed and protected that there shall be no danger of any shock being obtained in the ordinary handling thereof, or of any fire being caused by their normal or abnormal action. (5.) A notice shall be fixed in a conspicuous position at every motor and switch board in connection with the supply forbidding un- authorised presons to touch the motors or apparatus.

(b.) Where the supply is for are lamps in series--

(1.) The consumer's wires forming the connec--

tions to the arc lamps, or otherwise in connection with the supply, shall be, as far as practicable, completely enclosed in strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth, or they shall be fixed in such a manner that there shall be no danger of any shock. (2.) The supply to every arc lamp shall be con- trolled by means of an efficient cut-off switch, placed in such a position as to be easily handled by the person in charge of the are lighting, and connected so that by its means all pressure can be cut off from the arc lamp itself, and from any regulating switch, resist- ance or other device in connection therewith. Provided that where the arc lamps are con- nected in series across the outer conductors of a three-wire system, it shall be sufficient if one such switch be provided for each series of are lamps.

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(3.) Switches, efficient fuses or other automatic cut-outs shall be provided, so as to protect the circuits from excess of current, and all switches and cut-outs shall be so enclosed and protected that there shall be no danger of any shock being obtained in the ordinary handling thereof, or of any fire being caused by their normal or abnormal action. (e.) Where the supply is for incandescent lamps in series, unless the Director of Public Works otherwise allows,-

(1.) The consumer's wires forming the connec- tions to the incandescent lamps, or otherwise in connection with the supply, shall be con pletely enclosed in strong metal casing and this casing together with the switches and lamp holders, if metallic, shall be efficiently connected with earth.

(2.) Switches, efficient fuses or other automatic. cut-outs shall be provided, so as to protect the circuits from excess of current, and all switches and cut-outs shall be so enclosed and protected that there shall be no danger of any shock being obtained in the ordinary handling thereof, or of any fire being caused by their normal or abnormal action.

Where the supply is for any special purpose other than those above-mentioned, or where the pressure of the supply exceeds the limits of medium pressure it shall be subject to such other regulations as the Governor-in- Council may from time to time prescribe.

three-wire

3. When the pressure between the outer conductors of Introduc- a three-wire system exceeds 250 volts and the three tion of wires of the system or two pairs of wires are brought system into into a consumer's premises, the supply shall be given to consumer's two pairs of terminals arranged in such a manner that premises. there shall be no danger of any shock, and the wiring from those terminals shall be kept distinct.

conductors.

4. The sectional area of the conductor in any electric Minimua line other than low tension laid or erected in any street size of after the date of these regulations shall not be less than that of a strand of seven wires, each of which is of No. 22 standard wire gauge, and the sectional area of every wire in a strand forming any such conductor shall not be less than that gauge, and where such stranded conductor is erected it shall be suspended from a suitable bearer wire. In the case of low tension conductors in any elec- tric line the sectional area shall not be less than that of a single wire of No. 16 standard wire gauge efficiently insulated.

This regulation shall not apply in the case of an electric line placed in a lamp post.

medium

5. Every low pressure and medium pressure main Insulation shall be tested for insulation after having been placed in test of low position and before it is used for the purposes of supply, pressure and the testing pressure being the maximum pressure to pressure which it is intended to be subjected in use, and in any mains. case at least 200 volts, and the company shall duly record the results of the tests of each main, or section of a main.

of high pressure

6. A high pressure circuit shall not be brought into Testing of use unless the insulation of every part thereof has with- insulation stood the continuous application, during one hour, in of all parts the case of every electric line, of a pressure equal to the full working pressure to which it is intended to be circuit. subjected in use, and, in the case of every machine, device, or apparatus, of a pressure equal to the full working pressure to which it is intended to be subjected. The company shall duly record the results of each test.

7. There shall be maintained by the company at each Mainten- station or sub-station as may be necessary a leakage ance of indicator of approved pattern and so arranged that the insulation. leakage on each main feeder can be readily ascertained

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at any time and a weekly test recorded. If at any time the leakage is in the opinion of the Director of Public Works excessive he shall require the company to remedy the same and it shall forthwith be remedied.

Provided that where any part of any electric circuit is connected with earth, either in accordance with these regulations or with the approval of the Director of Public Works, the provisions of this regulation shall not apply to that part of that circuit so long as the connection with earth exists.

8. Every high pressure main, conductor, or other apparatus shall be protected by a suitable fuse or auto- matic circuit-breaker.

Provided that it shall not be incumbent upon the company to provide such a fuse or circuit-breaker for the outer conductor of a concentric main which is, in accordance with these regulations or with the approval of the Director of Public Works, efficiently connected with earth.

9. In every case where a high pressure supply is transformed for the purpose of supply to one or more consumers, some suitable automatie and quick-acting means shall be provided to protect the consumer's wires from any accidental contact with or leakage from the high pressure circuit, either within or without the trans- forming apparatus.

10. The metallic portion of every high pressure trans- former, with the exception of the conductors thereof, formers with shall be efficiently connected with earth except in respect of transformers supported on poles at such a height as to be inaccessible by a ladder or other special appliance : Provided that in such cases such poles shall be efficiently connected with earth.

Protection from lightning.

Report of accidents to Director of Public Works.

Overhead

lines in case

of low, me- dium and

high pressure supply.

11. Where any portion of any electric line or any support for an electric line is exposed in such a position as to be liable to cause injury from lightning, it shall be efficiently protected against such liability.

12. Where any accident by explosion or fire, or any other accident of such kind as to have caused or to be likely to have caused loss of life or personal injury has occurred at any part of any electric line or work, the company shall give immediate notice thereof to the Director of Public Works.

Overhead Lines.

13. (1.) The provisions of this regulation shall have effect in the case of overhead lines for low, medium and high pressure supply, and in the event of such overhead lines being situated under the verandah or balcony of any building the Director of Public Works shall deter- mine how far and to what extent the provisions of this regulation shall apply.

(2.) The interval between any two wooden poles used singly as supports for an overhead line shall not exceed 200 feet; provided that where the line makes an angle at any such pole, the interval between that and the next pole shall not exceed 150 feet. In the case of supports other than single wooden poles the intervals between the supports shall be such as may be prescribed by the Director of Public Works.

(3.) Every support for an overhead line shall be of a durable material, and shall be properly stayed against forces due to wind pressure, change of direction of the line, or unequal lengths of span. The factor of safety shall be for overhead lines, at least 5, and for wooden poles at least 10, and for iron or steel structures at least 6, taking the maximum possible wind pressure at 40 pounds per square foot.

(4.) All overhead lines shall be attached to insulators, and in the case of lines in which the pressure exceeds 110 volts shall be so guarded that they cannot fall away from the support.

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(5.) An overhead line, placed after the date of these regulations, shall not in any part thereof be at a less height from the ground than 18 feet, except with the con- sent of the Director of Public Works, and shall not be accessible to any person without the use of a ladder or other special appliance.

(6.) Where a supply is given by overhead lines on the three-wire system, the positive and negative conductors shall be placed side by side above the intermediate con- ductor. The intermediate conductor shall consist of two wires placed side by side at a distance apart greater than that between the positive and negative conductors, and connected in each span by two cross wires placed in such a manner that in the event of either the positive or negative conductor breaking it shall fall on one at least of the cross wires.

(7.) Where a supply is given by overhead lines from a two-wire system, with the negative conductor connected with earth, the positive conductor shall be placed above the negative conductor in such a manner that in the event of breakage it must fall on the negative conductor.

(8.) Service lines from overhead lines shall be led as directly as possible to insulators firmly attached to some portion of the consumer's premises which is not accessi- ble to any person without the use of a ladder or other special appliance. Every portion of any service line. which is outside a building, and is within 7 feet from the building, shall be efficiently protected by insulating material.

(9.) Where an overhead line crosses a street, the angle between the line and the direction of the street at the place of crossing shall not be less than 60 degrees, except with the consent of the Director of Public Works, and the spans shall be as short as possible.

(10.) Where an overhead line crosses, or is in proximity to, any other wire or metal, precautions shall be taken by the company against the possibility of the line coming into contact with the other wire or metal or of the other wire or metal coming into contact with the line by break- age or otherwise. In the case of all overhead lines in which the pressure exceeds 110 volts, guard wires shall be provided by the company owning such lines. All guard wires must make good electrical connection with the poles and be efficiently connected with earth.

(11.) Every overhead line, including its supports and all the structural parts and electrical appliances and devices belonging to or connected with the line, shall be duly and efficiently supervised and maintained as re- gards both electrical and mechanical conditions.

(12.) The company shall remove any overhead line upon ceasing to use it for the supply of energy unless upon so ceasing they satisfy the Director of Public Works that they intend to bring it into use again within a reasonable time.

14. Save as above provided overhead lines shall not Other be erected except in accordance with such regulations as overhead the Governor-in-Council may from time to time prescribe. lines.

Electric Lines other than Overhead Lines.

15. All conduits, pipes, casings, and street boxes used Construc- as receptacles for electric lines shall be constructed of tion of durable material, and where laid under carriage ways for electric receptacles shall be of ample strength to prevent damage from heavy lines. traffic, and reasonable means shall be taken by the com- psny to prevent accumulation of gas in such receptacles.

16. Where any electric line crosses, or is in proximity Crossing to, any metallic substance, special precautions shall be pipes, &c. taken by the company against the possibility of any elec- trical charging of the metallic substance from the line. or from any metal conduit, pipe, or casing enclosing the line.

Electric continuity of metal conduits, pipes, and

casings of high pres sure line.

Precau-

tions to be taken when bare conductors are used.

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17. All metal conduits, pipes, or casings containing any high pressure electric line shall be efficiently con- nected with earth, and shall be so jointed and connected across all street boxes and other openings as to make good electrical connection throughout their whole length.

18. Where the conductors of electric lines placed in any conduit are not continuously covered with insulating material they shall be secured in position, and no unfixed uninsulated material of a conducting nature shall be contained in the conduit. No such conductor shall be at a pressure exceeding 300 volts from earth.

Adequate precautions shall also be taken to ensure that no accumulation of water shall take place in any part of the conduit, and to prevent any dangerous access of moisture to the conductors or the insulators.

The insulators of any such electric line shall be so disposed that they can be readily inspected, but this requirement shall not apply to any such insulators which before the date of these regulations were not required by any regulation then in force to be so capable of ready inspection.

19. Every portion of any high pressure electric line placed above the surface of the ground, or in any subway not in the sole occupation of the company, shall be com- in subways. pletely enclosed either in a tube of highly insulating material embedded in brickwork, masonry, or cement concrete, or in strong metal casing efficiently connected. with earth.

Protection

for the

surface of

20 Where any high pressure electric line is laid beneath the surface of the ground, efficient means shall the ground be taken to render it impossible that the surface of the ground or any neighbouring electric line or conductor shall become charged by leakage from the high pressure electric line.

and elec-

tric lines.

Completion and control

21. A high pressure electric line shall not, except with the consent of the Director of Public Works, be used for of high pres

the supply of energy before it has been completely laid, sure lines.

properly jointed, examined, and tested, or until it is in the sole charge of the company, and every such line shall during its use be in the sole charge of the company.

Sub-stations.

Street boxes.

Sub-stations and Street Boxes.

22. Sub-stations shall be established in suitable places and shall be in the sole occupation and charge of the company. Sub-stations shall be erected above ground. wherever possible, but where necessarily underground, due provision shall be made for ventilation and for drainage.

23. In addition to the provisions contained in regula- tion 15 as to the construction of receptacles for electric lines, the following conditions shall be observed with respect to street boxes :-

(a.) The covers of all street boxes shall be so secured that they cannot be opened except by means of a special appliance.

(b.) The covers of all street boxes containing high pressure apparatus other than cables shall be connected to strips of metal laid imme- diately underneath the street, and efficient means shall be taken to render it impossible that the covers or other exposed parts of these boxes, or any adjacent material form- ing the surface of the street, shall become, electrically charged, whether by reason of leakage, defect, or otherwise.

(c) Where street boxes are used as transformer chambers, reasonable means shall be taken to prevent as far as possible any influx of water, either from the adjacent soil or by means of pipes; and in the case of any such street box exceeding one cubic yard in capa- city, ample provision shall be made, by

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ventilation or otherwise, for the immediate escape of any gas which may by accident have obtained access to the box, and for the prevention of danger from sparking.

(d.) All street boxes shall be regularly inspected for the presence of gas, and if any influx or accumulation is discovered, the company shall give immediate notice to the company whose gas mains are laid in the neighbour- hood of the street box.

(e.) Where mains at different pressures pass through the same street box they shall be readily distinguishable from one another.

case of

24. The maximum power supplied to any underground Maximum sub-station or street box shall not, without the consent power in of the Director of Public Works, exceed 30 kilowatts in underground the case of a sub-station or street box containing a single sub-station, transformer, or 75 kilowatts in the case of a sub-station &c. or street box containing two or more transformers.

Consumer's Premises.

company

25. The company shall be responsible for all electric Responsi- lines, fittings, and apparatus belonging to them, or bility of under their control, which may be upon a consumer's for their premises, being maintained in a safe condition and in lines, &c., all respects fit for supplying energy.

on con- sumer's premises.

26. In delivering the energy to a consumer's terminals Fire risks. the company shall exercise all due precautions so as to avoid risk of causing fire on the premises.

27. A suitable safety fuse or other automatic circuit- Main fuses breaker shall be inserted in each service line within a or circuit- consumer's premises as close as possible to the point of breakers. entry, and contained within a suitable locked or sealed receptacle of fireproof construction, except in cases where the service line is protected by fuses in a street box; but no fuse or automatic circuit-breaker shall be inserted in the intermediate conductor of a three-wire system.

Wherever a seal is found broken ou a consumer's pre- mises and unless the same has been broken by an em- ployee of the company, the consumer shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding five dollars.

On con-

28. All service lines and apparatus placed on a con- Treatment sumer's premises shall be highly insulated and thoroughly of service protected against injury to the insulation or access of lines and moisture, and any metal forming part of the electric apparatus circuit, shall not unless efficiently connected with earth sumer's be exposed so that it can be touched. All electric lines premises. shall be so fixed and protected as to prevent the possi- bility of electrical discharge to any adjacent metallic substance.

29. Where the general supply of energy is a high Trans- pressure supply, and transforming apparatus is installed formers on a consumer's premises, the whole of the high pres- pressure

                      and high sure service lines, conductors, and apparatus, including apparatus the transforming apparatus itself, so far as they are on to be the consumer's premises, shall be completely enclosed enclosed in in solid walls, or in strong metal casing efficiently con-

                      metal, &c. nected with earth and securely fastened throughout.

30. The company shall not connect a consumer's Connecton to wires with their mains unless they are reasonably satisfied consumer's that the connection would not cause an undue leakage be made

premises not from those wires or fittings; and where the company where undue decline to make such connection they shall serve upon leakage the consumer a notice stating their reasons for so declin- would ing. The consumer may appeal to the Director of Public Works whose decision shall be final.

result.

31. If the company are reasonably satisfied, after Discon- making all proper examination by testing or otherwise, tinuance of that a leakage exists at some part of a consumer's wires discovery

supply on or fittings of such extent as to be a source of danger, of leakage any officer of the company, duly authorised by them in on con- writing, may, for the purpose of discovering whether the sumer's leakage exists at any part of a circuit within or upon

premises.

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any consumer's premises, by notice require the consumer at some reasonable time after the service of the notice to permit him to inspect and test the wires and fittings belonging to the consumer and forming part of the circuit.

If on any such testing the officer discovers an undue leakage from the consumer's wires or if the consumer does not give all due facilities for inspection and testing, the company shall forthwith discontinue the supply of energy to the premises in question, giving immediate notice of the discontinuance to the consumer, and shall not recommence the supply until they are reasonably satisfied that the leakage has been removed.

32. If any consumer is dissatisfied with the action of the company in refusing to give, or in discontinuing or in not recommencing the supply of energy to his pre- mises, the wires and fittings of that consumer shall, on his application and on payment of a fee of ten dollars, be tested for the existence of leakage by the Director of Public Works.

This regulation shall be endorsed on every notice given under the provisions of either of the two last pre- ceding regulations.

33. Any consumer making any addition to the elec- consumer for trical installation on his premises without giving due notice to the company to enable them to test the same before connecting it to the existing installation shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars for every such addition.

electrical

installation

without

notice to

company.

Height from ground.

Arc lamps to be guarded.

Connection with earth

of a three-

Are Lighting.

34. Arc lamps used in any street for public lighting shall be so fixed as not to be in any part at a less height than 10 feet from the ground.

35. All are lamps shall be so guarded as to prevent pieces of ignited carbon or broken glass falling from them, and shall not be used in situations where there is any danger of the presence of explosive dust or gas.

Connection of Circuits with Earth.

36. Where the pressure of a supply between the ad- jacent conductors of a three-wire system of mains exceeds 125 volts, the intermediate conductor shall be wire system. connected with earth in accordance with the following

conditions:--

Connection

trans-

(a.) The connection with earth of the intermediate conductor shall be made at one point only on each distinct circuit, namely, at the generating station, sub-station, or former, and the insulation of the circuit shall be efficiently maintained at all other parts. (b.) The current from the intermediate conductor to earth shall be continuously recorded, and, if it at any time becomes excessive, steps shall be immediately taken to improve" the insulation of the system.

37. The company shall not connect any other circuit with earth except with the approval of the Director of circuits with Public Works and subject to such conditions as he may

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Special regulations

as to extra high pressure.

prescribe.

Extra High Pressure.

38.-(1.) This regulation shall have effect in the case of a supply at extra high pressure and shall be in addition to and not in substitution for the obligations imposed by the foregoing regulations.

(2.) An extra high pressure main shall not be brought into use unless, after it has been placed in position and before it is used for the purposes of supply, the insula- tion of every part thereof has withstood the continuous application, during half-an-hour, of pressure exceeding the maximum pressure to which it is intended to be sub- jected in use, that is to say, in the case of every electric line to be used for a pressure not exceeding 10,000

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volts twice the said maximum pressure, and in the case of a line to be used for a pressure exceeding 10,000 volts, a pressure exceeding the said maximum pressure by 10,000 volts and the company shall record the results of the tests of each main or section of a main.

(3.) Every extra high pressure main shall be protected by a suitable fuse or automatic circuit-breaker, but in the case of a concentric main that fuse or circuit-breaker shall not be inserted in any external conductor thereof which is connected with earth.

(4.) In every case where an extra high pressure supply is transformed or converted to a reduced pressure, some suitable automatic and quick-acting means shall be provided to protect the reduced pressure circuits from any accidental contact with or leakage from the extra high pressure system, either within or without the trans- forming or converting apparatus.

(5.) All metal conduits, pipes, or casings containing any extra high pressure electric line shall be efficiently connected with earth, and shall be so jointed and con- nected across all street boxes and other openings so as to make good electrical connection throughout their whole length.

(6.) Every portion of any extra high pressure electric line placed above the surface of the ground, otherwise than in a sub-station, or in any subway not in the sole occupation of the company, shall be completely enclosed either in a tube of highly insulated material embedded in brickwork, masonry, or cement concrete, or in strong metal casing efficiently connected with earth.

(7.) Where extra high pressure mains for three-phase supply consist of insulated conductors laid together, pro- vision shall be made to ensure that neither the ground nor any neighbouring or electric line or conductor can become charged by leakage from any such main.

Where this provision is made by a copper strip under a lead sheath, that strip shall be not less than sixteen- thousandths of an inch in thickness, and where it is made by steel wires outside a lead sheath, each of those wires shall be not less than one-tenth of an inch in dia- meter.

Where the mains are enclosed in a lead sheath, that sheath shall be not less than one-tenth of an inch in thickness, and shall be permanently and efficiently con- nected with earth.

(8.) Extra high pressure mains for single phase supply and all cables connected therewith shall consist either of two concentric conductors or of separate conductors. Where concentric conductors are used the insulation shall be maintained efficiently throughout except that the outer conductor shall be connected with earth at one point, and where separate conductors are used, provision shall be made as in the case of mains for three-phase supply to ensure that neither the ground nor any neigh- bouring electric line or conductor can become charged by leakage.

(9.) An extra high pressure electric line shall not be brought into use for the supply of energy before it has been completely laid, properly jointed, examined, and tested, or until it is in the sole charge of the company, and every such line shall during its use be in the sole charge of the company.

(10.) Extra high pressure mains shall not pass through the same street box with other mains, unless they are enclosed in strong metal casing; and street boxes con- taining extra high pressure mains shall not contain pipes for water, gas, or other service, or electric mains belonging to another undertaking, provided that any such street box may contain telephone wires belonging to the company.

(11.) Sub-stations supplied at extra high pressure shall be established in suitable places and shall be in the sole occupation of the company.

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(12.) Sub-stations constructed below the surface of any street after the date of these regulations to which an extra high pressure is to be given shall not contain switches or other apparatus than transformers.

(13.) The transforming apparatus at any sub-station supplied at extra high pressure shall be so arranged that there shall be no danger of any mains connected therewith being charged to any pressure beyond the limits of pressure for which those mains are intended.

(14.) In delivering the energy to a sub-station at extra high pressure the company shall exercise all due precautions so as to avoid risk of causing fire on the premises.

(15.) All extra high pressure electric lines and appar- atus placed in a sub-station shall be highly insulated and thoroughly protected against injury to the insulation or access of moisture, and any metal forming part of the electric circuit shall not unless efficiently connected with earth be exposed so that it can be inadvertently touched. All such lines shall be so fixed and protected as to pre- vent the possibility of electrical discharge to any adjacent metallic substance.

(16.) The Director of Public Works shall be entitled to enter at all times any of the generating or sub-stations of the company supplying or supplied at an extra high pressure, and to make any such examination and tests of the mains, machines, transformers, or other apparatus in use in those stations, as may appear to him necessary, and the company shall afford all due facilities for any such examination and tests.

(17.) Where any extra high pressure circuit is con- nected with earth, the connection shall be made at one point only, namely, at the generating station, sub-station or transformer, and the insulation of the circuit shall except at that point be efficiently maintained throughout.

(18.) The neutral point of the star winding of each distinct three-phase circuit, used for extra high pressure, may be connected with earth, or may be insulated. If connected with earth through a resistance, that resistance shall be sufficiently low to ensure that the fuse or auto- matic circuit-breaker in the mains shall act.

If the neutral point is not connected with earth, a separate electrostatic voltmeter placed in a conspicuous position in the generating station shall be connected between each distinct circuit and earth; and if the indi- cations of the voltmeters show that the insulation of any of the circuits is faulty, immediate steps shall be taken to restore the insulation.

Penalties.

39. If the company make default in complying with any of the preceding regulations, they shall on summary conviction before a Police Magistrate be liable to a pen- alty not exceeding one hundred dollars for every such default, and in the case of a continuing offence to a further penalty not exceeding one hundred dollars for each day during which the offence continues.

The recovery of a penalty under these regulations shall not affect the liability of the company to make compensation in respect of any damage or injury which may be caused by reason of the default.

Objects and Reasons.

No legislation on the subject of the supply of electricity has hitherto been enacted and, as there are companies both in the City of Victoria and in Kowloon which carry on operation on a somewhat extensive scale and transmit currents of considerable strength or pressure, it has been considered advisable in the interests of the public to introduce a Bill for their regulation.

The Bill and accompanying Regulations have been based largely on the Acts and Board of Trade Regula- tions in force in England. Some modifications have however been made as it is considered that some of the home regulations are too stringent for application in their entirety to places which are not so fully developed as home cities.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 72.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre-

tion of the Health Oflicer.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang,

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

24th March, 1917.

Proclamation No. 1 dated

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary,

MAGISTRACY.

No. S. 73.-It is hereby notified that a meeting of the Licensing Board will be held in the Council Chamber at 2.15 p.m., on Wednesday, the 5th day of April, 1911, for the purpose of considering the following application under the Liquor Licences Ordinances, 1898-1909, viz. :-

From one ENRY EDWARD CRADDOCK for the transfer to him from one P. F. THOMPSON of the Publican's Licence to sell by retail intoxicating liquors on the premises numbered 148-150 Queen's Road Central and 99-101 Wellington Street, under the sign of The Stag Hotel ".

6.

22nd March, 1911.

R. H. A. CRAIG,

Secretary to the Licensing Board.

No. S. 74.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 260 of Department of Communications.

OMOJI-IWA BEACON LIGHT ALTERED.

NOTICE is hereby given that, Omoji-iwa Beacon Light at the west entrance to Shimo- noseki Strait, was altered as follows (see Notification No. 151 of Department of Communi- cations, February 1911) on the 25th ult.:-

Character of light:-Aceton gas flashing red light, showing one flash every 3

seconds.

Candle power:-50.

Distance visible :-8 nautical miles in clear weather.

Tокго, March 4th, 1911.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI,

Minister of State for Communications.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 72.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre-

tion of the Health Oflicer.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang,

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

24th March, 1917.

Proclamation No. 1 dated

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary,

MAGISTRACY.

No. S. 73.-It is hereby notified that a meeting of the Licensing Board will be held in the Council Chamber at 2.15 p.m., on Wednesday, the 5th day of April, 1911, for the purpose of considering the following application under the Liquor Licences Ordinances, 1898-1909, viz. :-

From one ENRY EDWARD CRADDOCK for the transfer to him from one P. F. THOMPSON of the Publican's Licence to sell by retail intoxicating liquors on the premises numbered 148-150 Queen's Road Central and 99-101 Wellington Street, under the sign of The Stag Hotel ".

6.

22nd March, 1911.

R. H. A. CRAIG,

Secretary to the Licensing Board.

No. S. 74.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 260 of Department of Communications.

OMOJI-IWA BEACON LIGHT ALTERED.

NOTICE is hereby given that, Omoji-iwa Beacon Light at the west entrance to Shimo- noseki Strait, was altered as follows (see Notification No. 151 of Department of Communi- cations, February 1911) on the 25th ult.:-

Character of light:-Aceton gas flashing red light, showing one flash every 3

seconds.

Candle power:-50.

Distance visible :-8 nautical miles in clear weather.

Tокго, March 4th, 1911.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI,

Minister of State for Communications.

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No. 507.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

Alterations in Buoyage.

   REFERRING to Notice to Mariners No. 506, notice is hereby given that the Blockhouse Buoy and the Quarantine Lower Buoy have been shifted to the following positions :---

The Blockhouse Buoy is now moored in 35 feet at low water of spring tides. From the Buoy, Blockhouse Island Beacon bears S. 77° E., distant 4:06 miles.

The Quarantine Lower Buoy is now moored in 38 feet at low water of spring tides. From the Buoy, Woosung Lighthouse bears S. 61° W., distant 2.22 miles.

All bearings given are magnetic.

By Order of the Inspector General of Customs,

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS,

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 13th March, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

BORNEO NORTH WEST COAST.

New Light-Victoria Harbour-Labuan Id.

The new light on Pappan Island, Victoria Harbour, Labuan Island, will be established on or about the 18th April next.

The light of the 4th Order Occulting every 10 seconds, (7 seconds light, eclipse 3 seconds), is elevated 79 feet above High Water, visible 14 miles and will show :-

White from N. 55° E., through North, to N. 73° W. Red from N. 73° W., through West, to S. 23° W. White from S. 23° W. to S. 13° W.

Red from S. 13° W., through East, to N. 55° E.

The light will be exhibited from a skeleton steel framework painted red situated 50 yards N. 72° F. from the old building. tude 115° 16' E.

Approximate position Latitude 5° 15' N. Longi-

MASTER ATTENDANT'S OFFICE,

SINGAPORE, 15th March, 1911.

C. A. RADCLIFFE, Commander, R.N.,

Master Attendant, S.S.

---

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

   No. S. 63. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 27th day of March, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

Contents in

Annual

Upset

Sq. feet.

Rent. Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

feet. Teet. feet. feet.

#

A

1

Inland Lot

No. 1876.

Below Kennedy Road, 120

near Inland Lot No. 1781.

120

97

97

11,640

80

1,746

10th March, 1911.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Co.'s Office at Hongkong.

Alpoo Wellington.

Captn. Haug.

Leo Charlot. (2).

Edwards, care Karberg.

Fertilizer.

Hansteel.

Hord, Marmosa, P &. O. Co. (2)

Keechong.

Kittington.

Kwongyuenlung.

Leepcheng, Metro.

H. Ross.

Ross.

Sianghwa Hokchow,

Miss Hazel Stone Lyndhurst Terrace. Tacoing.

Thornton, Post Office.

Tungsing.

0624. 4499.

Hongkong Station, 24th March, 1911.

J. M. BECK,

Superintendent.

1

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG

IN BANKRUPTCY,

No. 36 of 1906.

LAM

Re LAM AK-LEUNG alias

KAU-MAN, lately carrying on business in co-partnership with others at No. 8 Li Yuen Street East. Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, Contractor,

NOTICE is hereby given that the Order

       of Adjudication made on the 15th day of August, 1997, against the above named LAM PAK-LEUNG alias 1AM KAU-MAN has been annulled by Order of the Court dated the 23rd day of March, 1911.

Notice of Adjudication and Appointment of Trustee.

No. 21 of 1909.

Re The CHUEN SHING ('HEUNG Firm carrying on business on the 2ud floor of No. 46 Connaught Road West, Victoria aforesaid, Mer- chants.

HE above name CHUEN SHING CHEUNG Firm were adjudicated Bankrupt on the 23rd day of March, 1911, and the Official Receiver, Mr. GEORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN, was appointed Trustee of the Estate of the Bankrupt.

THE

No 7 of 1911.

Re ROSE WHITE alias EMMA WHITE of No. 2 Wyndham Street, Vic- toria aforesaid, Widow, Boarding House Proprietress.

HE above named ROSE WHITE alias EM- MA WHITE was adjudicated Bankrupt on the 23rd day of March, 1911, and the

                   GEORGE Official Receiver, Mr.

HERBERT

WAKEMAN, was appointed Trustee of the Estate of the Bankrupt.

Notice of Intended Dividends,

No. 7 of 1511.

Re ROSE WHITE alias EMMA WHITE

as above mentioned.

No. 26 of 1905.

Re The LAI HING Firm lately trad- ing at No. 3 Bonham Strand, Victoria aforesaid, as Bankers and Gold Dealers.

first and final dividend is intended to be

  A declared in the above mutters after the expiration of one month from the 25th day of March, 1911.

Notice of Receiving Orders and First General Meetings of Creditors.

No. of 1911.

Re CHIU HOK-CHAI lately trading under the style of the HoP TAI Firm at No. 5 Peel Street, 2nd floor, Victoria aforesaid, I rader.

    Receiving Order dated the 23rd day of March, 1911.

Petition dated the 13th day of January,

1911.

F

RIDAY, the 31st day of March, 1911, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter, to be held at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria afore- said.

Nos. 2 and 5 of 1911, (Consolidated).

Re The KWONG SIU LOONG Firm lately trading at No. 34 Gough Street. Victoria aforesaid, Lea- ther Dealers.

229

Receiving Order dated the 23rd day of March, 1911.

l'etition dated the 19th day of January,

1911.

WE

EDNESDAY, the 29th day of March, 911, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter. to be held at the Official Receiver's

Offi e, Victoria aforesaid.

No. 4 of 1911.

Re THE SANG CHEONG WO KEE Firm litely carrying on business at No. 13 Victoria Street, Victoria aforesaid.

Receiving Orler dated the 25th day of March, 1911].

Petition dated the 27th day of January, 19. 1.

UESDAY, the 4th day of April, 1911, at 10 o'clock in the the forenoon pre- cisely. has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter, to be held at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid.

No. 6 of 1911.

Re ASTERIO HILARIO TAVARES of No. 28 Leighton Hill Road. Victoria aforesaid, Merchant.

Receiving Order dated the 23rd day of March, 191.

Petition dated the 13th day of February, 19.1.

*HURSDAY, the 30th day of March, 1911, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter, to be held at the Official Receiver's Offic, Victoria afore- said.

No. 7 of 1911.

Re ROSE WHITE alios EMMA WHITE as above mentioned.

Receiving Order dated the 23rd day of March. 191.

Petition dated the 13th day of February,

1911.

װין

HURSDAY, the 30th day of March 1911, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter, to be held at the Official Ree iver's Office, Victoria afore- said.

No. S of 1911.

Re GOLAM

HYDER of No. 197 Queen's Road East. Victoria. aforesaid, Storehouseman, PEER KHAN of the Royal Naval Yard, Victoria aforesaid. Storehouse- man. and KATO of No. 197 Queen's Road East, Victoria atoresaid, Married Woman, carry- ing on business of a Dairy Farm under the style of Hyder Bro- therst Mong Kok. Kowloon, in the Colony of Hongkong,

Receiving Order dated the 23rd day of March 1911.

Petition dated the 10th day of March, 1911.

TH

HURSDAY, the 3 th day of March, 1911. at 12 o'clock noon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Credi- tors in the above matter, to be held at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid.

No. 9 of 1911.

R LAU CHI-LEUNG alias LAU KAM, sole propri tor of the Kwong Shing Lee shop of No. 9 Eastern Street. No. 1 Tak Wa Lane and No. 9 First Street, (basement), Victoria aforesaid, Manufacturer of Preserves and Soy Manufac- turer, deceased.

Administration Order dated the 23rd day of March, 1911.

Petition date l the 23rd day of March, 1911.

RIDAY, the 31st day of March, 1911, at

12 o'clock

noon precisely, has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Credi- tors in the above matter. to be held at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid.

No Creditor can vote unless he previously proves his debt.

Forms of Proof and Proxy can be cbtained at the Official Receiver's Office during office hours.

At the First General Meetings the Creditors will be asked to consider whether the Debtors shall be adjudged Bankrupt.

Pated this 24th day of March, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Official Recriver.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Three Trade Marks as a Series.

N

OTICE is hereby given that SHEWAN, TOMES & CO., of St. George's Building, Chater Road, Victoria, in the Colony of Hong- kong, General Merchants, have, on the 13th day of March. 1911, applied for the registra- tion in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

a

(1) The representation of Phoenix standing upright with wings out- stretched. On the left of which is a small representation of a fire. Above the said representations are written Semi Oval the words Kee Chong". Underneath the said representations is written Semi Oval the word "Car- digans" and underneath the word

Cardigans" are written straight the words Wei San Knitting Co, Ltd.' On the left of the said representations are written the Chinese characters

正羊毛衫 and on the right of

the said representations are written

the Chinese characters 維新織 造

(2.) Similar representations of the Pho- nix and Fire as above described in (1). Above the said representations are written Semi Oval the words Kee Chong" and under the said representations is written Semi Oval the word "Sweaters" and under the word "Sweaters" are written straight Wei San Knitting Co., the words " Ltd." On the left of the said repre- sentations are written the Chinese

characters 正羊毛衫 and on

the right of the said representations are written the Chinese characters

維新織造

(3.) Similar representations of the Phoe- nix and Fire as above described in (1). Above the said representations are written Semi Oval the words. Kee Chong " and under the said representations is written Semi Oval the word Underwear" and under the word Underwear" are written

6.

the Chinese characters

造衛生衣裳:

as a Series in the name of SHEWAN, TOMES & Co., who claim to be the proprietors thereof. The said Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants for about the last Three years in respect of the following goods :-

Clothes, in Class 38.

The above mentioned Marks are to be asso- ciated as with Trade Mark No. 206 of 1898.

Facsimiles of the above mentioned Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Regis- trar of Trade Marks at Hongkong, and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 22nd day of March, 1911.

EWENS & HARSTON. Solicitors for the Applicants.

230

THE NATIONAL BANK OF CHINA, LIMITED.

NOTICE is hereby given that an Extra-

      ordinary General Meeting of the NATIONAL BANK OF CHINA, LINITED, will be held at St. George's Building, Chater Road, Victoria, Hongkong, on Saturday, the Twenty-fourth day of June, 1911, at 12.30 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, passing as Extraordinary Resolutions, the following Resolutions, that is to say :--

(1.) That the Company by wound-up voluntarily, and that ARTHUR RY- LANDS LOWE, Chartered Accountant, of Thorner's Chombers, Fenchurch Street, London, E.U, and St. George's Building. Hongkong, be and he is hereby appointed Liquidator for the purpose of such winding-up. (2) That the Liquidator be authorised to pay out of the funds of the Company H Sum not exceeding $100,000 as compensation to members of the Company's staff.

    Should the above Resolutions be passed by the requisite majority, they will be submittedl

for confrmation as Special Resolutions to a

Second Extraordinary General Meeting which

will be subsequently convened.

Dated Fifteenth day of March, 1911.

By Order of the Boardd.

J. SCOTT HARSTON.

Chairman.

HONGKONG CLUB,

NOTICE.

THE Vineteenth Drawing of SANG Debentures of the Hongkong Club (1896 issue $100 each) was held in the Hongkong Club House on Friday, the 17th March, when the following Debentures were drawn for

Redemption:

68 411

805 1282

1615

91

538

816

1280

1627

103

550

843

1325

1720

131

598

864

1326

1742

153

G10

921

1335

1759

199 660

926

1421

1795

229

666

930

1451

1801

281

677

991

1458

1809

282 797 1017

1539

1827

320

753 1030

1587

1839

321

773

TOSS

1593

1851

346

774 1:75

160

1861

405

801 1252

1610

1983

N

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for the Registration of a Series of four Trade Marks,

OTICE is hereby given that The WO LEE Firm ( 31 ) of No. 33 Yee Wo Street Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong hive, on the 9th day of March, 1911. applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Scries of Tride Marks:-

庄和錦

東廣

各色布發行

錦和莊揀選定織

平門外會和盛發

本壯住粵東省太

AMETR

010

00

00

00

and will be payable at the Hongkong and

Shanghai Banking Corporation on Friday, the 31st March. 1911, in exchange for surrender of same.

By Order,

JAMES CRAIK, Secretary.

Hongkong, 17th March, 191.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that The ASIATIC

PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED, car- rying on business at Victoria Hongkong and elsewhere as Oil Merchants and Refiners, have on the 10th day of March, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Regis- ter of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark:

The representation of a Chinese Lion with

a Globe,

in the name of The ASIATIC PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED. who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

       The said Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Kerosine and Kerosine Products, in

Class 47.

      A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 24th day of March, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street,

Hongkong.

庄和美

平本

平門外

木莊住粵東省太

各色頁布發行

美和莊揀選定織

庄貢和嘉

各色夏布融行

嘉和莊揀選定織

平門外曾和盛發

本莊住粵東省太

231

00

DOO 100

DOO

DO

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG.

Between :-

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.

Action No. 22 of 1911.

IU PUK SHING and LAU

YEW NI.

and

LI KWOK LAM、

Plaintiffs,

Defendant.

NOTICE is Attachment returnable on the

OTICE is hereby given that a Writ of

20th day of March, 1911, against all the pro- perty moveable and immoveable of the above named Defendant within the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Hongkong has been issued in this action pursuant to Section 453 of the Hongkong Code of (Civil Procedure.

Dated the 21st day of March, 1911.

WILKINSON & GRIST,

Plaintiff's solicitors.

9, Queen's Road Central.

Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that The HANG

Firm of 189 Des Voeux Road Central Victoria in the Colony of Hong- kong Tea Merchants have on the 8th day of March, 1911. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

記為虎金

庄贡和濟

ANTIRE LA LA F

各色夏布發行

不門外會和盛發

本莊住粵東省太

盛省

發太

in the name of The WO LEE Firm aforesaid who claim to

東廣

濟和莊揀選定織

DOO

100

DOC

DO

DOC

be the proprietors thereof.

      The said Series of Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants since the year 1890 in respect of the following goods :-

-

Linen and Hemp Piece Goods, in Class 27.

      Facsimiles of the said Series of Trade Marks can be scen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 23rd day of March, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS,

Solicitors for the Applicants, 8, Des Voeux Road Central, Hongkong.

芳集

in the name of The HANG FONG Firm aforesail

who elaim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods:

Tea. in Class 42.

Facsimiles of the sail Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 18th day of March, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS,

Solicitors for the Applicants, 8. Des Voux Road Central. Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of

Trade Mark.

same

PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED, car-

rying on business at Victoria Hongkong and

elsewhere as Oil Merchants and Refiners.

have on the 6th day of March, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Re- gister of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

The representation of a Fish,

in the name of The ASIATIC PETROLEUM COMPANY,LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Kerosine and

Class 17.

Kerosine 'roducts, in

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen

at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned. Dated this 24th day of March, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street, Hongkong.

232

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that The CHUN LOONG Firm of No. 168 Queen's Road Central

February. 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark:

行洋狄邊

  in the name of The CHUN LOONG Firm aforesaid who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

    The said Trade Mark has b en used by the Applicants since the year 1906 in respect of the following goods :

Metal Goods, in Class 13.

Facsimiles of the said Tr de Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated this 20th day of March, 1911.

THE PERAK SUGAR CULTIVATION COMPANY, LIMITED, (In Liquidation).

NOT

OTICE is hereby given in pursuance of sect. 179 of the Companies Ordinance of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of April next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account laid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March, 1911.

Witness:

E. C. PEARCE,

H. E. CAMPBELL,

O, S. P, WHITE COOPER,

| Liquidators.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS,

Solicitors for the Applicants.

8. Des Voeux Road Central,

Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

Νο

OTICE is hereby given, that LAM CHIU YING, trading as LAM TAI SHING of No. 37, Des Voeux Road West Victoria Hong- kong, Merchaut, has on the 11th day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

THE MOLKEREI OBERHOF, LTD.

A held at 28th day of December, Tan Extraordinary General Meeting

1919, adjourned till the 4th January, 1911, on account of no quorum being present at the prior meeting, and at an Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 23rd January, 1911, adjourned till the 1st February, 1911, on account of no quorum being present at the prior meeting, the following resolution was duly passed and confirmed :-

"That this Company be wound up

voluntarily."

And at the said Extraordinary General Meeting held on the 1st February, 1911, Messrs. P. H. KENT and K. W. MoUNSEY of the firm of Messrs. KENT & MOUNSEY and H. DALLDORFF were appointed liquidators of the said winding up at the following remunera- tion, mely, Tls. 250 for Messrs. KENT & MOUNSEY and Tls. 200 for the said H. DALL- DORFF.

Dated this 6th day of February, 1911.

P. H. KENT. K. W. MOUNSEY, H. DALLDORFF.

Liquidators

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that Messrs. GILMAN & COMPANY, carrying on business at Victoria in the Colony of Hong- kong and elsewhere as Merchants, have, on the 18th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :---

with

The Chinese characters

their English equivalents Tai-Ping,

in the name of GILMAN & COMPANY, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods, in Classes 24, 34 and 50:-

Cotton piece goods of all kinds.

Cloths and stuffs of wool, worsted, or hair. Umbrellas and other goods not mentioned

in other classes.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 20th day of February, 1911.

WILKINSON & GRIST,

9, Queen's Road Central. Solicitors for the Applicants.

Solicitor.

Shanghai.

THE KALUMPONG RUBBER COMPANY,

LIMITED.

(In Liquidation).

NOTICE is hereby given

      sect. 179 of the Companies Ordinance of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of Apri¡ next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account laid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation. that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March, 1911.

in the name of LAM CHIU YING trading as LAM TAI SHING who claims to be the pro- prietor thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicant in respect of the following goods :-

Fermented liquors an 1 spirits in Class 43.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar Trade Marks

of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

REGULATIONS OF HONGKONG

(INCLUDING BYE-LAWS, RULES, ORDERS-IN-COUNCIL AND

PROCLAMATIONS)

made under the

ORDINANCES OF HONGKONG (1844 to 1909)

and

in force on 31st March, 1910,

(with some Orders-in-Council under Imperial. Acts and the Rules of Appeal to the Privy Council)

Compiled by

F. B. L. BoWLEY,

Crown Solicitor.

In one volume:-Price $25.

or 2 vols. interleaved :-Price $27.

Copies of the above are on sale at the Office-

E. C. PEARCE, H. E. CAMPBELL,

Dated the 20th day of February, 1911.

of

¦ Liquidators.

NORONHA & Co.,

Government Printers.

Witness:

O. S. P. WHITE COOPLR,

Solicitor,

Shanghai.

I. H. GARDINER, Solicitor for the Applicant.

50, Queen's Road Central,

Hongkong.

Hongkong, 6th May, 1910.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

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NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 75.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre-

tion of the Health Officer.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

31st March, 1911.

Proclamation No. 1 dated

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated 2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated

1st March, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 76.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 8th day of April, 1911.

The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lot No. 1707 as an Agricultural Lot and Lots Nos. 1407-1409 as Building Lots, sub- ject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lot No. 1707 is further subject to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each of the Lots Nos. 1407, 1408 and 1409 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Upset Price.

Annual Crown Rent.

E.

W.

fect. feet. feet. feet.

Survey District 79.

Lot No. 1707.

Wo Kang Shan.

100 100

122

122

12,200

31

0.28

N. E. S. W. X. W. S. E.

Demarcation District No. 82. Lot No. 1407.

feet.

feet. feet. feet.

Kau Tan Wai,

29

29

41

41

1,189

12

1.50

Lot No. 1408.

Do.

316" 316"

15

15

472

5

1.00

Lot No. 1409.

Do.

22

22

13

13

286

3

.50

  No. S. 77.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Beaconsfield, Hongkong, at 2.30 p.m., on Wednesday, the 19th day of April, 1911.

1

234-

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 75.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre-

tion of the Health Officer.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

31st March, 1911.

Proclamation No. 1 dated

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated 2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated

1st March, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 76.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 8th day of April, 1911.

The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lot No. 1707 as an Agricultural Lot and Lots Nos. 1407-1409 as Building Lots, sub- ject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lot No. 1707 is further subject to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each of the Lots Nos. 1407, 1408 and 1409 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Upset Price.

Annual Crown Rent.

E.

W.

fect. feet. feet. feet.

Survey District 79.

Lot No. 1707.

Wo Kang Shan.

100 100

122

122

12,200

31

0.28

N. E. S. W. X. W. S. E.

Demarcation District No. 82. Lot No. 1407.

feet.

feet. feet. feet.

Kau Tan Wai,

29

29

41

41

1,189

12

1.50

Lot No. 1408.

Do.

316" 316"

15

15

472

5

1.00

Lot No. 1409.

Do.

22

22

13

13

286

3

.50

  No. S. 77.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Beaconsfield, Hongkong, at 2.30 p.m., on Wednesday, the 19th day of April, 1911.

1

235

  The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as Building Lots, subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Govern- ment Notification No. 365 of 1906, and to the special conditions hereunder specified.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 on Lot No. 379 is $500, on Lot No. 380 $250, on Lot No. 381 $100 and on Lot No. 1050 $200.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Demarcation District 248.

Lot No. 379.

Tseung Kwan Õ.

་་

:

E.

Annual

Contents in Sq. feet.

Upset

Crown

Price.

Rent.

W.

Lot No. 380.

Lot No. 381.

Survey District 3.

Lot No. 1050.

Sam Ka Tsun.

31st March, 1911.

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

928

10

1.50

448

5

1.00

135

2

.50

420

5

.50

G. II. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 78. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Tuesday, the 18th day of April, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual

Upset Reut. Price.

E.

W.

feet.

feet. feet.

feet.

$

1

Inland Lot No. 1878.

Adjoining Inland Lot

(As per plan.)

No. 1714,

14,250 (about).

98

2,850

Bonham Road.

31st March, 1911.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

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  The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as Building Lots, subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Govern- ment Notification No. 365 of 1906, and to the special conditions hereunder specified.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 on Lot No. 379 is $500, on Lot No. 380 $250, on Lot No. 381 $100 and on Lot No. 1050 $200.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Demarcation District 248.

Lot No. 379.

Tseung Kwan Õ.

་་

:

E.

Annual

Contents in Sq. feet.

Upset

Crown

Price.

Rent.

W.

Lot No. 380.

Lot No. 381.

Survey District 3.

Lot No. 1050.

Sam Ka Tsun.

31st March, 1911.

:

:

:

:

:

:

:

928

10

1.50

448

5

1.00

135

2

.50

420

5

.50

G. II. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 78. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Tuesday, the 18th day of April, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual

Upset Reut. Price.

E.

W.

feet.

feet. feet.

feet.

$

1

Inland Lot No. 1878.

Adjoining Inland Lot

(As per plan.)

No. 1714,

14,250 (about).

98

2,850

Bonham Road.

31st March, 1911.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

236

No. S. 79.

NOTICES TO. MARINERS.

HONGKONG WATERS WEST.

Decreased depth of water to the Northward of Stonecutters Island.

Ar a recent examination of a reported shoal to the Northward of Wan Chu Chau (Stonecutters' Island), a depth of 195 feet, with rocky bottom, was found in the following position on Chart No. 3280-

Trig. A 231 ft., on W. end of Stonecutters' Island bearing S. 693° W. 9-3 cables.

488 feet summit to N.N.E. of Li Chi Kok bearing N. 83° W. 9·9 cables.

F. S. near Oil Tanks S. of Cosmopolitan Dock bearing S. 624° E. 7·7 cables.

All bearings are Magnetic.

C

The Pinnacle Rock Buoy has this day been moved 300 feet N. 77 E. from the position as shown on Chart No. 3280.

HONGKONG, 30th March, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 246 of Department of Communications.

KO-SHIMA LIGHT SHOWN.

  NOTICE is hereby given that Ko-shima Lighthouse erected on Ko-shima, Shima gori, Province of Shima, Miye Prefecture (see Notification No. 171 of Department of Communi- cations, February 1911), has been exhibited as follows:---

KO-SHIMA LIGHTHOUSE.

Position of light :-Lat. 34° 14' 5" N., Long. 136° 49' 9" E. (according to the Japanese

Admiralty chart No. 78).

Description of building :-Hexagonal iron tower, painted white.

Height of light--199 ft. from the base and 64'6 ft. above the water.

Character of light :-Occulting white; light 2 seconds, eclipse 2 seconds.

Illuminated are:---The whole horizon, red rays between the bearings of N. 14° 30' E. and N. 26° E. covering Kami-no-shima and the dangerous reefs lying in its vicinity (the magnetic bearings taken from, seaward).

Candle power-White light, 200 and red light, 80.

Distance visible:-White light, 13 nautical miles and red light, 9 nautical miles, in

clear weather.

Note. The light is unwatched, should the light go out by accident there may be some

delay in relighting it.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI,

TOKYO, March 1st, 1911.

Minister of State for Communications.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 291 of Department of Communications.

  NOTICE is hereby given that Experimental Acetylene Gas-buoy off Hommoku, the entrance to Yokohama Harbour (see Notification No. 60 of Department of Communications, January 1911) has been withdrawn.

Tokyo, March 13th, 1911.

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

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237

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 7 of 1911.

REFERRING to Harbour Notifications Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of 1911, concerning precautions against the introduction of Plague, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following further measures and modifications have been sanctioned by the Superintendent. of Customs and the Treaty Power Consuls, and are now published for general information:-- 1. Port Arthur.-Vessels from Port Arthur are put on the saine status as vessels from Dairen as regards detention in quarantine and other precautions against the introduction of Plague (Harbour Notification No. 6).

2. Newchwang and Antung. -Vessels from Newchwang and Antung are given the same status as vessels from Tientsin and Chinwangtao (Harbour Notification No. 6.)

3. Chefoo.-Vessels from Chefoo which bring no passengers, or which bring only first class passengers having certificates issued by the Port Health Officer and endorsed by the Commissioner of Customs at that Port, that they have not been exposed to possible plague infection for five days before embarkation at Chefoo, and whose Officers and Crew have not been on shore at that Port, as certified by the written declaration of their Commanders, may be admitted to pratique without detention in quarantine, after inspection by the Pors Health Officer at Woosung. Such vessels shall still be subject to the regulations imposed on vessels from plagu-infected Ports with regard to the precautions against the landing of rats (Harbour Notification No. 5).

4. Night Work. - In the case of vessels from Dairen, Tientsin, Chinwangtao, New- chang, Chefo, Port Arthur and Antung, which have obtained satisfactory certificates of fumigation, the prohibition of night work (see Harbour Notifica- tion No. 5) may be relaxed, at the discretion of the Harbour Master, all other precautions against rats begin strictly enforced.

5. Through Passengers from Europe. In the case of vessels from Dairen a certificate of the Sanitary Authorities of that Port that certain of the passengers have come directly through, by unbroken journey, from Europe, and have not been exposed to infection, may be taken, as regards those passengers, as equivalent to the certificate of detention under supervision at Dairen as provided for in Harbour Notification No. 6.

Approved:

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 22nd March, 1911.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Ahpoo Wellington.

Leepcheng. Metro.

H. Ross.

Ross.

Sianghwa Hokchow,

Captn. Haug.

Leo Charlot.

(2).

Edwards, care Karberg.

Fertilizer.

Hansteel.

Hord, Marmosa, P &. O. Co.

(2)

Miss Hazel Stone Lyndhurst Terrace. Tacoing.

Keechong.

Kittington.

Kwongyuenlung.

Thornton, Post Office.

Tungsing.

0624. 4499.

Hongkong Station, 24th March, 1911.

J. M. BECK,

Superinterben',

237

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 7 of 1911.

REFERRING to Harbour Notifications Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of 1911, concerning precautions against the introduction of Plague, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following further measures and modifications have been sanctioned by the Superintendent. of Customs and the Treaty Power Consuls, and are now published for general information:-- 1. Port Arthur.-Vessels from Port Arthur are put on the saine status as vessels from Dairen as regards detention in quarantine and other precautions against the introduction of Plague (Harbour Notification No. 6).

2. Newchwang and Antung. -Vessels from Newchwang and Antung are given the same status as vessels from Tientsin and Chinwangtao (Harbour Notification No. 6.)

3. Chefoo.-Vessels from Chefoo which bring no passengers, or which bring only first class passengers having certificates issued by the Port Health Officer and endorsed by the Commissioner of Customs at that Port, that they have not been exposed to possible plague infection for five days before embarkation at Chefoo, and whose Officers and Crew have not been on shore at that Port, as certified by the written declaration of their Commanders, may be admitted to pratique without detention in quarantine, after inspection by the Pors Health Officer at Woosung. Such vessels shall still be subject to the regulations imposed on vessels from plagu-infected Ports with regard to the precautions against the landing of rats (Harbour Notification No. 5).

4. Night Work. - In the case of vessels from Dairen, Tientsin, Chinwangtao, New- chang, Chefo, Port Arthur and Antung, which have obtained satisfactory certificates of fumigation, the prohibition of night work (see Harbour Notifica- tion No. 5) may be relaxed, at the discretion of the Harbour Master, all other precautions against rats begin strictly enforced.

5. Through Passengers from Europe. In the case of vessels from Dairen a certificate of the Sanitary Authorities of that Port that certain of the passengers have come directly through, by unbroken journey, from Europe, and have not been exposed to infection, may be taken, as regards those passengers, as equivalent to the certificate of detention under supervision at Dairen as provided for in Harbour Notification No. 6.

Approved:

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 22nd March, 1911.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Ahpoo Wellington.

Leepcheng. Metro.

H. Ross.

Ross.

Sianghwa Hokchow,

Captn. Haug.

Leo Charlot.

(2).

Edwards, care Karberg.

Fertilizer.

Hansteel.

Hord, Marmosa, P &. O. Co.

(2)

Miss Hazel Stone Lyndhurst Terrace. Tacoing.

Keechong.

Kittington.

Kwongyuenlung.

Thornton, Post Office.

Tungsing.

0624. 4499.

Hongkong Station, 24th March, 1911.

J. M. BECK,

Superinterben',

238

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Great Northern Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Captain Steam Trawler Gwalia.

Kuecheong,

K wongyuen.

Leechamp.

Mingkee.

Mrs. Murray Passenger Taiyuan.

Ngsuench ce Yingtai Shipehandler.

Sasaki Hantaro Co. Japanese Consulate.

Steamer Hsingshun.

Whangpenlee.

0608.

3151.

4645.

2006.

Hongkong Station, 31st March, 1911.

E. V. JESSEN,

Actg.

Superintendent.

田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現泰

七十六號

示曉諭俾衆週知為此特示 百九十七號憲示内之額外章程第 一 二 三欸辦理等因奉此合亟出 百圓投得第一千七百零七號地之人並須照一千九百零九年第六 四百零九號地段之人須照第五欸總章程用銀經營其地估價至少一 四年至期前三日止投得第一千四百零七號一千四百零八號及一千 八百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十 章程開投耕種地一段及建造地四民以七十五年爲管業之期由一千 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投買總 督憲札開定於西歴本年四月初八日創禮拜六日上午十點鐘在大埔

茲將該地段形勢開列于左

潤 " 圍東北三十一尺六寸西南三十一尺六寸東南十五尺西北十五 第三號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零八號坐落土名 計一千一百八十九方尺每地稅錤一圓五毫投價以十二圓爲底 澗頭圍東北二十九尺西南二十九尺東四十一尺西北四十一天共 第二號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零七號坐落土名

萬二千二百方尺每年地棁銀二毫八仙股價以三十一圓爲底 禾逕山北一百尺南一百尺東一百二十二尺西一百二十二尺共計一 第一號册錄丈量約份 第七十九 號 地段第一千七百零七號坐落土名

238

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Great Northern Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Captain Steam Trawler Gwalia.

Kuecheong,

K wongyuen.

Leechamp.

Mingkee.

Mrs. Murray Passenger Taiyuan.

Ngsuench ce Yingtai Shipehandler.

Sasaki Hantaro Co. Japanese Consulate.

Steamer Hsingshun.

Whangpenlee.

0608.

3151.

4645.

2006.

Hongkong Station, 31st March, 1911.

E. V. JESSEN,

Actg.

Superintendent.

田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現泰

七十六號

示曉諭俾衆週知為此特示 百九十七號憲示内之額外章程第 一 二 三欸辦理等因奉此合亟出 百圓投得第一千七百零七號地之人並須照一千九百零九年第六 四百零九號地段之人須照第五欸總章程用銀經營其地估價至少一 四年至期前三日止投得第一千四百零七號一千四百零八號及一千 八百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十 章程開投耕種地一段及建造地四民以七十五年爲管業之期由一千 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投買總 督憲札開定於西歴本年四月初八日創禮拜六日上午十點鐘在大埔

茲將該地段形勢開列于左

潤 " 圍東北三十一尺六寸西南三十一尺六寸東南十五尺西北十五 第三號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零八號坐落土名 計一千一百八十九方尺每地稅錤一圓五毫投價以十二圓爲底 澗頭圍東北二十九尺西南二十九尺東四十一尺西北四十一天共 第二號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零七號坐落土名

萬二千二百方尺每年地棁銀二毫八仙股價以三十一圓爲底 禾逕山北一百尺南一百尺東一百二十二尺西一百二十二尺共計一 第一號册錄丈量約份 第七十九 號 地段第一千七百零七號坐落土名

239

總港

共計四百七十二方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以五圓爲底 第四號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零九號坐落土名 澗頭園東北二十二尺西南二十二尺東南十三尺西北十三尺共計二 百八十六方尺每年地稅銀五毫投價以三價爲底

一千九百一十一年

S憲示第七

田土廳

曉驗事照得現奉

督憲札開定於西歷本年四月十九日即禮拜三日下午兩點半鐘在香 港新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投賣 程開投建造官地西段以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八百九十 年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期 前三日止按得第三百七十九號地段之人須照第五欸總章程用銀經 營其地估價至少五百圓投得三百八十 估值二百五十圓設得三百 八十一號估 一百測及投得一千零五十號估價二百圓等因奉此合 出示曉諭俾衆週知爲此懽示

茲將該地段形勢開列於左

三十一日示

將軍澳共計四百四十八方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以五圓爲底 第三號册錄丈量約份第二百四十八號地段第三百八十一號坐落土 名將軍澳共計一百三十五方尺每年地稅銀五毫投價以二圓爲底 第四册錄丈量約份第三號地段第一千零五十號坐落土名三家村 共計四百二十方尺每年地稅錢五毫股價以五圓爲底 一千九百一十一年

S憲 示 第七 工程司司使漆

曉諭事照得現

第一號册錄丈量約份第二百四十八號地段第三百七十九號坐落土 名將軍澳共計九百二十八方尺每年地稅銀一圓五毫股價以十圓爲 底

第二號册錄丈量約份第二百四十八號地段第三百八十號坐落土名

[千九百一十一年

111

督憲札開定於西歴本年四月十八日卽禮拜二日下午三點鐘在工程 司署問投官地一段如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示等因 此合亟出示曉諭爲比特小

該號地段形勢開列於左

此號地係册錄内地第一千八百七十八號坐落文咸道附近内地 第一千七百一十四號該地四至照賣地圖則所載之尺寸計共約一 萬四千二百五十方尺每年地秘銀九十八圓投價以二千八百五十圓 爲底.

三 月

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總港

共計四百七十二方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以五圓爲底 第四號册錄丈量約份第八十二號地段第一千四百零九號坐落土名 澗頭園東北二十二尺西南二十二尺東南十三尺西北十三尺共計二 百八十六方尺每年地稅銀五毫投價以三價爲底

一千九百一十一年

S憲示第七

田土廳

曉驗事照得現奉

督憲札開定於西歷本年四月十九日即禮拜三日下午兩點半鐘在香 港新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投賣 程開投建造官地西段以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八百九十 年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期 前三日止按得第三百七十九號地段之人須照第五欸總章程用銀經 營其地估價至少五百圓投得三百八十 估值二百五十圓設得三百 八十一號估 一百測及投得一千零五十號估價二百圓等因奉此合 出示曉諭俾衆週知爲此懽示

茲將該地段形勢開列於左

三十一日示

將軍澳共計四百四十八方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以五圓爲底 第三號册錄丈量約份第二百四十八號地段第三百八十一號坐落土 名將軍澳共計一百三十五方尺每年地稅銀五毫投價以二圓爲底 第四册錄丈量約份第三號地段第一千零五十號坐落土名三家村 共計四百二十方尺每年地稅錢五毫股價以五圓爲底 一千九百一十一年

S憲 示 第七 工程司司使漆

曉諭事照得現

第一號册錄丈量約份第二百四十八號地段第三百七十九號坐落土 名將軍澳共計九百二十八方尺每年地稅銀一圓五毫股價以十圓爲 底

第二號册錄丈量約份第二百四十八號地段第三百八十號坐落土名

[千九百一十一年

111

督憲札開定於西歴本年四月十八日卽禮拜二日下午三點鐘在工程 司署問投官地一段如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示等因 此合亟出示曉諭爲比特小

該號地段形勢開列於左

此號地係册錄内地第一千八百七十八號坐落文咸道附近内地 第一千七百一十四號該地四至照賣地圖則所載之尺寸計共約一 萬四千二百五十方尺每年地秘銀九十八圓投價以二千八百五十圓 爲底.

三 月

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三十一日示

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

A

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY,

Notice of Dividends.

No. 3 of 1911.

Re LAU TAT KEE alias LAU TAT SHUN lately trading under the style of the Tat Cheong Hing Kee Firm of No. 16 Queen Victoria Street, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, deceased.

first and final dividend of $41.00 per cent. has been declared in the above

matter.

Notice of Adjudication and Appointment of Trustee.

T

Nos. 2 and 5 of 1911, (Consolidated).

Re The KWONG SIU LOONG Firm lately trading at No. 34 Gough Street, Victoria aforesaid, Lea- ther Dealers.

IIE above named KWONG SIU LOONG Firm were adjudicated Bankrupt on the 22nd day of March, 1911, and the Official Receiver, Mr. GEORGE HERBERT WAKEMAN,

was appointed Trustee of the Estate of the Bankrupt.

Notice of Intended Dividends,

No. 7 of 1911.

Re ROSE WHITE alias EMMA WHITE

of No. 2 Wyndham Street, Vic-

toria aforesaid, Widow. Boarding House Proprietress.

No. 8 of 1911.

Re GOLAM HYDER of No. 197 Queen's Road East. Victoria aforesaid, Storehouseman, PEER KHAN of the Royal Naval Yard, Victoria aforesaid. Storehouse- 197 man, and KATO of No. Queen's Road East. Victoria aforesaid, Married Woman, carry- ing on business of a Dairy Farm under the style of Hyder Bro- thers at Mong Kok, Kowloon, in the Colony of Hongkong.

No. 9 of 1911.

Re LAU CHI-LEUNG alias LAU KAM. sole proprietor of the Kwong Shing Lee shop of No. 9 Eastern Street, No. 1 Tak Wa Lane and No. 9 First Street, (basement). Victoria aforesaid, Manufacturer of Preserves and Soy Mannfac- turer, deceased.

first and final dividend is intended to be

A and final die and is utters alter the

expiration of one month from the 31st day of March, 1911.

Dated this 31st day of March, 1911.

G, H, WAKEMAN, Official Receirer & Truste".

THE YANGTSZE INSURANCE ASSO- CIATION, LIMITED.

TH

NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS.

HE Twenty-first Ordinary General Meet- ing of the above Association will be held at the Head Office, No. 26 The Bund, Shanghai, on Tuesday, the 11th April, 1911, at 4.30 o'clock p.m. precisely, for presentation of the Report of the Directors and the Accounts to the 31st December, 1910, the election of Directors and Auditors for the current year, and for the purpose of transacting any other business which may be transacted at an Ordin- ary General Meeting.

The Transfer Books of the Association will be closed from the 4th to the 11th April, 1911, both days inclusive.

Members holding proxies for absent Share- holders must deposit same with the Secretary for Registration at least forty-eight hours before the Meeting.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

W. S. JACKSON, Secretary,

Shanghai. 21st March, 1911.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of

a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that the CHAN

LI CHAI Firm of No 249 Hollywood Road, Victoria. Hongkong, live by their application dated the 7th day of March. 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

儒息,

-

in the name of the CHAN LI CHAI Firm who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof,

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants since February, 1909, in respect of the following goods :-

Medicated Wine, in Class 3.

Dated the 31st day of March, 1911.

H. K. HOLMES, Solicitor for the Applicants, 54 Queen's Road Central, Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that H. PRICE AND COMPANY, LIMITED, of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Wine Merchants, have on the 12th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark: -

The representation of a man's head (side The man is face) and shoulders. depicted wearing spectacles. Above the said representation are written semi-oval the words " Dr. MAC- KENZIE'S".

in the name of . PRICE AND COMPANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants since the month of October, 1909, in respect of the following goods :-

Bottled Stout, in Class 43.

A facsimile of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 30th day of December, 1910.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER,

Solicitors for the Applicants.

Prince's Buildings, Ice House Street, Hongkong.

THE PERAK SUGAR CULTIVATION

COMPANY, LIMITED,

(In Liquidation).

OTICE is hereby given in pursuance of

NOTICE is of the Companies Ordinance

of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of April next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account hid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March, 1911.

Witness:

E. C. PEARCE,

H. E. CAMPBELL,

-

O. S. P. WHITE COOPER.

Solicitor.

Shanghai,

Liquidators.

!

THE KALUMPONG RUBBER COMPANY.

LIMITED,

(In Liquidation).

OTICE is hereby given in pursuance of seet. 179 of the Companies Ordinance

of Hongkong of 1865 that a General Meeting of the members of the above named Company will be held at No. 22 Kiangse Road Shanghai on Monday the 10th day of Aprii next at 4.30 o'clock in the afternoon for the purpose of having an account laid before them showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the Company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.

Dated this 4th day of March. 1911.

Witness:

E. C. PEARCE. H. E. CAMPBELL,

O. S. P. WHITE COOPER,

Solicitor,

Shanghai.

Liquidators.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the CHAN

TUNG HING Firm, of Kwo Lan Street, Macao, have on the 13th day of January, 1911. applied for the registration in Hong- kong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

The representation

陳同馨"

""

meaning "Chan Tung Hing con- tained in a circle surrounded by a border containing eight diagrams. On the outside of this in the four corners are the Chinese Characters "meaning "Mark

of eight diagrams ".

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of Joss Sticks, in Class 50.

Facsimiles of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated this 24th day of January, 1911.

R. A. HARDING, Solicitor for the Applicants.

A

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that the CHINESE

BROTHERS TOBACCO COMPANY of No 199 Wanchai Road, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, Merchants, have on the 14th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks

1. A label having two panels side by side and separated by a narrow space; the larger panel is a square, with the corners curved and notched, whereon and near the upper edge is the word POMEGRANATE"; in the central portion is the representation of a twig with two pomegranates; across the lower portion of such square panel is a scioll whereon are the words Manu- factured by Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co."; beneath the scroll and at the lower edge of such square are flourishes resembling a flower and leaves; somewhat similar flourishes are on either side of such scroll. The other panel is an oblong, with the corners rounded, whereon is an orna-

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wordsThese " Monkey" cigarettes are made from the sweet mild and fragrant leaves, moderately assorted ", around which are flourishes resembl- ing stalks intertwined with a peach blossom, and a bud on each side at the upper portion, and with a peach at the lower portion,

in the name of the CHINESE BROTHERS TO- BACCO COMPANY who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Marks are intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :--

Manufactured Tobacco. in Class 45. Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 2nd day of February, 1911.

H. K. HOLMES, Solicitor for the Applicants, 54 Queen's Road Central.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

mental design made up of an inverted N

shield with a flower resembling a poppy at the base point and between two somewhat similar flowers; around such shield are flourishes resembling leaves and stalks and upon such shield are the words "These "Pome- granate cigarettes are made of the sweet golden leaves, with superior quality".

17

2. A label having two panels side by side and separated by a narrow space : both panels are oblong with corners rounded; the larger has thereon the representation of a monkey, walking on the ground, with the word "Mon- key "above and a scroll and peach blossom below; upon the scroll are the words "Manufactured by Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co." The other panel has in the central portion the

OTICE is hereby given that R. J. LEA, LIMITED, of 45, Market Street, Man- chester, England; Wholesale and Retail Tobacconists. have on the 6th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

THE CHAIRMAN

in the name of R. J. LEA, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Manufactured Tobacco since the year 1897 in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 27th day of January, 1911. MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor and Agent on behalf of Applicants.|

REGULATIONS OF HONGKONG

(INCLUDING BYE-LAWS, RULES, ORDERS-IN-COUNCIL AND PROCLAMATIONS)

made under the

ORDINANCES OF HONGKONG (1844 to 1909)

and

in force on 31st March, 1910,

(with some Orders-in-Council under Imperial Acts and the Rules of Appeal to the Privy Council)

of

Compiled by

F. B. L. BoWLEY,

Crown Solicitor.

In one volume:-

Price $25.

or 2 vols. interleaved :-Price $27.

Copies of the above are on sale at the Office

NORONHA & Co.,

Government Printers.

Hongkong, 6th May, 1910.

THE

'HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE".

SUBSCRIPTION:

Per an um (payable in advance), Half year, Three months,

(do.), (do.),

....

$18.00 10.00 6.00

for 1st

Terms of Advertising: For 5 lines and under, ...$1.00 ( Each additional line, ......$0.20) insertion.

Half price. Repetitions,

Advertisements should be sent in not later than 3 P.M. on Thursdays.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

244

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 80.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

6th May, 1910.

Plague.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin,

Do.

Proclamation No. 3 dated

1st March, 1911.

   No. S. 81.-Returns of the Average Amount of BANK NOTES in Circulation and of Specie in Reserve in Hongkong, during the month ended 31st March, 1911, as certified by the Managers of the respective Banks.

BANKS.

AVERAGE AMOUNT.

SPECIE IN RESERVE.

$

$

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China,

6,072,597

4,000,000

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,

13,231,033

10,000,000

National Bank of China, Limited,

25,355

Nil.

TOTAL,

.$

19,328,985 14,000,000

7th April, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

TREASURY.

No. S. 82.-It is hereby notified that, in accordance with the terms of The Rating Ordinance, No. 6 of 1901, Owners and Occupiers of Tenements are reminded that Rates for the Second Quarter of 1911 are payable in advance on or before the 29th April, 1911.

If any person shall fail to pay such Rates on or before the 31st May, 1911, pro- ceedings will be taken in the Supreme Court for their recovery without further notice.

   No Refund of Rates on vacant tenements will be granted unless such Rates have been paid during and within the month of April, nor unless application is made for such refund within fifteen days from the expiration of the Quarter.

1st April. 1911.

A. M. THOMSON,

Colonial Treasurer,

i

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HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 83. It is hereby notified that all Chinese Craft, except Fishing Junks and Fishing boats, Lighters, Cargo boats and Passenger boats, are prohibited from moving about the Harbour of Victoria, between the hours of 9 p.m. and 5 a.m., without a special permit from the Harbour Master or his Deputy.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

ist April, 1911.

-

Harbour Master, &c.

SUPREME COURT.

  No. S. 84. It is hereby notified that the next Criminal Sessions of the Supreme Court will be held on Monday, the 24th day of April, 1911, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon.

  No. S. 85.-It is hereby notified that the Offices of the Supreme Court will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the Easter Vacation, which commences on Good Friday, the 14th instan', and terminates on Thursday, the 20th instant, except on Public Holiday's, when the Offices will be entirely closed.

7th April, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Registrar.

f

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 86. It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Thursday, the 13th day of April, 1911.

  The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 5 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as Building Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each Lot under the General Con- dition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

Sq. ft.

Contents in Upset Crown

Annual

Price.

N.

S.

E.

W.

Rent.

feet. feet. feet. feet.

Survey District 52.

Lot No. 1266.

Sheung Shui.

33

33

13

13

429

5 1.00

Lot No. 1267.

Do.

30

30

13

13

390

4

1

1.00

Lot No. 1268.

Do.

17

17

16

16

272

3

0.50

Lot No. 1269.

Do.

8

17

17

136

0.50

N.E. S.W. N.W. S.E.

Survey District 193. Lot No. 1075.

Tai Lam Lim.

78

78

7th April, 1911.

21242

42

3,276

33

4.00

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

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PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 78. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Tuesday, the 18th day of April, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

Contents

in

Annual Upset

Sq. feet.

Rent. Price.

E.

W.

feet.

Inland Lot

Adjoining Inland Lot

feet. feet.

(As per plan.)

feet.

*

S

No. 1878.

No. 1714,

14,250 98 (about).

2,850

Bonham Road.

31st March, 1911.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works,

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Ahpoo Wellington.

Baldwin, Hongkong Hotel.

Chansoouhing.

Charlot. Leo. (2)

Codrington.

Cohen. Astor House.

Fertilizer.

Haug, Captn.

Hansteel.

Kittington. Loongkee. Love, Col. R.

Metro.

Naylor, Astor.

Ross.

Ross, H.

Slaughwa, Hokehow.

Stone, Miss Hazel, Lyndhurst Terrace.

Hord, Marmora, 1' &. O. Co. (2)

Hongkong Station. 7th April, 1911

J. M. BECK,

Superintendent,

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Great Northern Telegraph

Captain Steam Trawler Gwalia.

hwongyuen

Kuecheong.

Leechamp.

Mingkee.

Mrs. Murray Passenger Taiyuan.

Ngsuenchce Yingtai Shipchandler.

Company's Office at Hongkong.

Sasaki Hantaro Co. Japanese Consulate. Steamer Hsingshun.

Whangpenlee.

0608.

3151. 2006.

4645.

Hongkong Station, 31st March, 1911.

E. V. JESSEN, Actg. Superintendent.

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憲 示

布政使司金

曉諭事照得現本

+

八號

督憲札開估價官所擬本港屋宇一千九百一十一年至-千九白+ 年之估價册現安放在庫務司署内以備各業主閱看由本年四月初十 日禮拜一日起以二十一日爲期如有欲觀看者赴 庫務司岩開視 可也等因此合出示曉俾衆週知爲此特不

+

S憲 示 第八十一號

布政使司金

曉諭事照得現

督憲札開將港内各銀行呈報西歴一千九百一十一年三月份扯計 $ 通用銀紙幷將存留現銀之數開示於下等因奉此合亟出示曉諭爲 此特示

計開

一千九百一十年

憲示第

布政司金

初六日

印度新金山中國匯理銀行簽發通用銀紙六百零七出二千五百九十 六圓

十九 九號

曉諗事照得

健康

督憲會同議政局擬按一千九百一十年第二十一條例即道路則例將 大道東轉入春園里之處閉塞如有以爲不合欲行柜阻者須于西歴四 月十九日以前察呈布政司將該街口閉塞後與某屋或某地有何關碍 並其中原委及具禀者是否業主或屬租客詳細陳明聽候核奪合

實存現銀四萬圓

香港上海匯豐銀行簽發通用銀紙一千三百二十三萬一千零三十三

實存現銀一千萬

中華匯理銀行簽發通用銀紙二萬五千三白五十五圓 無現銀存

合共簽發通用銀紙一千九百三十二萬八千九百八十五

示曉諭俾衆週知切切特示

合共實存現銀一千四百萬圓

一千九百一十一年

四 月

初七日示

一千九百一十一年

四月

初七日示

- 248

?

庫務 司譚

十 二 號

諭知完納餉項事照得按一千九百零一年第六條估餉價值則例本港 業主及各屋客應納本年夏季

國餉定於西犘一千九百一十一年四月二十九日以前輸納如至五月三 十一日仍未輸納不必再行示卽在 泉憲衙門控追倘該屋宇無人 租賃經於西四日内先期完納夏字餉項者可以向 國家取间如侵 季後十五日之内不到求取則不能領同祈各遵照毋違特示 四月

一千九.百一十一年

S遨 示 第八十三 號

船政道栢

曉諭事照得除漁船漁艇貨躉盲艇及客艇之外別等 渡船艇于晚上 九打鐘至辰早五打缔之内一概不得在域多厘海面來往行駛必須有 船政道 別人情紙方准合出示申衆週知爲此特示

一千九百一十一年

s憲 示 第八十六

一日

初一

日示

田土廳 華

『驗開投官地事照得現

本此台亟山

督憲札開定於西歷本年四月十三日即禮拜四日上午十點鐘在大埔 田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五 憲示所列投買總章 程及下列額外章程開投建造官地九以七十五年爲管業之期由一 千八百九十八年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批 十四年至期前三日止等因奉此合出示曉諭俾衆週知爲此特示 投得每地段之人須照第五欸總章程至少用銀一百圓經營其地

茲將該地段形勢開列於左

第一段趼錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千二百六十六號坐落土 名上水北三十三沢南三十三尺東十三尺西十三共計四百二十九方 每年地稅銀一圓投價以五圓爲底

第二册錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千二百六十七號坐落土 7 上水北三十尺南三十尺東十三尺四十三尺共計三百九十方尺每 年地稅銀一圓投價以四圓爲底

第三册錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千二百六十八號坐落土 名上水北七尺,十七尺東十六尺西十六尺共計二百七十二方尺 每年地稅五股價以三圓爲底

第四册錄丈量約份第五十二號地段第一千二百六十九號坐落土 念上水北八尺南八尺東十七尺西十七尺共計一百三十六方尺每年 地稅錢五毫投價以二圓爲底

第五段肼錄丈量約份第一百九十三號地段第一千零七十五號坐落 名大藍寮東北七十八尺西南七十八尺西北四十二尺東南四十二 一千二百七十六方尺每年地稅銀四圓股價以三十三圓爲底

千九百一十一年

示第七

便漆

照得現

憲札開定

定於西歴本年四月十八日即禮拜二日下午三點, 官地一段如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署 爺爲此特

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地段係册錄内地第一千八百七十八號坐文咸道附近内地 第一千七百一十四號該地四至照賣地圖則所載之尺寸計共約一 萬四千二百五十方尺每年地榥銀九十八圓投償以二千八百五十 爲底

四月

一千九百一十一年

初七日示

副鏈

小什

if I

初七日示

249

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Dividends.

No. 33 of 1902.

Re YEONG NAI-ON, lately residing at No. 15 Wellington Street, Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong.

Afinal dividend of $10.00 per cent. has been

A

declared the matter.

No. 1 of 1510.

Re WONG TAK alias WONG TAK KEE in the employ of the Hong- kong and China Gas Company, Limited, Victoria aforesaid, Clerk.

first dividend of $30.00 per cent. has been

declared in the above matter.

NOT

OTICE is hereby given that the above mentioned dividends may be received at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1911, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. and on any subsequent day during office hours.

Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any bills of exchange or other securities held by them and must sign a receipt in the prescribed form.

Notice of Rescission of Receiving Order.

No. 1 of 1911.

Re CHIU HOK-CHAI lately trading under the style of the HOP TAI Firm at No. 5 Peel Street, 2nd floor, Victoria aforesaid, Trader.

NOTICE given that the Receive

ing Order made on the 22nd day of March, 1911, against the above named CHUI HOK-CHAI has been rescinded by Order of the Court dated the 6th day of April, 1911.

Notice of Intended Dividends.

No. 4 of 1911.

Re THE SANG CHEONG WO KEE Firm lately carrying on business at No. 13 Victoria Street, Victoria aforesaid.

No. 8 of 1911.

Re GULAM HYDER of No. 197 Queen's Road East. Victoria aforesaid. Storehouseman. PEER KHAN of the Royal Naval Yard, Victoria aforesaid. Storehouse- man, and KATO of No. 197 Queen's Road East, Victoria aforesaid, Married Woman, carry- ing on business of a Dairy Farm under the style of Hyder Bro- thers at Mong Kok. Kowloon, in the Colony of Hongkong.

first and final dividend is intended to be

A declared in the above matters after the expiration of one month from the 8th day of April, 1911.

Notice of Receiving Orders and First General Meetings of Creditors.

No. 11 of 1911.

Re JAMES CAMPBELL LOGAN, Im- porter and Harbour Agent of No. 18 and 29 Occidental Hotel, Kowloon, in the Colony of Hongkong.

Receiving Order dated the 1st day of April,

1911.

l'etition dated the 1st day of April, 1911.

HURSDAY, the 13th day of April, 1911,

Tut 12 o'clock noon precisely, has been

fixed for the First General Meeting of Credi- tors in the above matter, to be held at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria aforesaid,

No. 12 of 1911.

Re RICHARD HENRY WHITTAKER of the Praya East Hotel, Victoria aforesaid, Publican,

Receiving Order dated the 6th day of April,

1911.

Petition dated the 4th day of April, 1911.

W1911, at 12 o'clock noon precisely.

EDNESDAY. the 19th day of April,

has been fixed for the First General Meeting of Creditors in the above matter. to be held at the Official Receiver's Office, Victoria afore- said.

No Creditor can vote unless he previously proves his debt.

Forms of Proof and Proxy can be cbtained at the Official Receiver's Office during office hours.

At the First General Meetings the Creditors will be asked to consider whether the Debtors shall be adjudged Bankrupt.

Dated this 7th day of April, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receirer.

In the Matter of the Estate of HUGH ALFRED ROXBURGH COCHRANE, late of the Mercantile Bank of India, Limited, Victoria, Hong- kong, Assistant, deceased,

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that Messrs. LIM AND HUNT (行洋典同) of No.

35, Queen's Road Central, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, General Merchants, have on the 22nd day of March, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

in the name of LIM AND HUNT, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Ap- plicants in respect of the following goods :-

Cloth and stuff of wool, worsted or hair,

in Classes 33, 34 and 35.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 3rd day of April, 1911.

J. H. GARDINER, Solicitor for the Applicants, 50, Queen's Road Central, Hongkong.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of

Trade Mark,

N his, by virtue of see that the fourtOTICE is hereby given that WONG KAM

OTICE hereby given

Probates Ordinance. 1897, (No. 2 of 1897), made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 26th day of April, 1911.

Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 6th day of April, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Administrator.

In the Matter of the Estate of GRE- GORY GEORGE CATCHICK, late

of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, Assistant to E. D. Sassoon & Co., deceased.

NOTICE is of rsection 55 of the

OTICE is hereby given that the Court

Probates Ordinance. 1897, (No. 2 of 1897), made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 26th day of April, 1911.

Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 6th day of April, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Administrator.

FUK of No. 24 Haiphong Road Kow- loon in the Colony of Hongkong trading as the Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory Hosiery Manufacturer has on the 17th day of December, 1910. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

The representation of two fish swimming in opposite directions towards some water fern in the middle with the characters (meaning "Double Carp Mark" at the top picture the characters

of the

(meaning "Regis-

tered Trade Mark" at the bottom the

characters (香港金興

meaning "Hongkong

Kum Hing Knitting and Weaving Factory on the right hand side

and the characters (揀選上等 靚線襪) meaning "Selected

Superior Quality Nice Socks" on the left hand side,

in the name of WONG KAM FUK aforesaid who claims to be the sole proprietor thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicant in respect of the following goods in the following Class :--

Hosiery, in Class 38.

Facsimile of such Trade Mark can be seen at the Offices of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and of the undersigned.

Dated this 7th day of April, 1911.

PEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Applicant.

CRAIG & CO., LTD., (in Liquidation).

A

Ta Meeting of Shareholders held on the 14th instant, the following Special Resolution was passed, riz.:-

K

That the Company be wound up volun- "tarily and that Mr. E. MORTIMER - REID, C.A.. be appointed Liquidator "for such winding up."

REGINALD N. TRUMAN, Chairman.

Shanghai, 27th March, 1911.

NOTICE.

MR. CHENG KIN CHetersby heretofore

notice that the partnership heretofore subsisting between himself and WAN TAI FU and WAN KAU KAN under the firm u■me of Tsau Li at the Fish Stall No. 249 Central Market, Hongkong, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The firm will benceforth be carried on by the said WAN TAI FU and WAN KAU KAN alone who will receive all debts and discharge all liabilities.

Hongkong, 1st April, 1911.

鄭建

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that FARBWERKE

Höchst O/M. Germany have on the 9th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark:-

SALVARSAN

in the name of FARBWERKE VORM MEISTER LUCIUS and BRÜNING of Höchst O/M Ger- many who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

      The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of chemical substances prepared for use in Medicine and Pharmacy,

in Class 3.

Dated this 27th day of February, 1910.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicants.

250

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that the CHINESE BROTHERS TOBACCO COMPANY of No. 199 Wanchai Road, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, Merchants, have on the 14th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

1. A label having two panels side by side and separated by a narrow space; the larger panel is a square, with the corners curved and notched, whereon and near the upper edge is the word POMEGRANATE"; in the central portion is the representation of a twig with two pomegranates; across the lower portion of such square panel is a scroll whereon are the words Manu- factured bv Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co"; beneath the scroll and at the lower edge of such square are flourishes resembling a flower and leaves; somewhat similar flourishes are on either side of such scroll. The other panel is an oblong, with the corners rounded, whereon is an orna- mental design made up of an inverted shield with a flower resembling a poppy at the base point and between two somewhat similar flowers; around such shield are flourishes resembling leaves and stalks and upon such shield are the words "These "Pome- granate" cigarettes are made of the sweet golden leaves, with superior quality".

"

2. A label having two panels side by side and separated by a narrow space : both panels are oblong with corners rounded; the larger has thereon the representation of a monkey, walking on the ground, with the word "Mon- key above and a scroll and peach blossom below; upon the scroll are the words Manufactured by Chinese Brethren Tobacco Co." The other panel has in the central portion the words These Monkey" cigarettes are made from the sweet mild and fragrant leaves, moderately assorted", around which are flourishes resembl- ing stalks intertwined with a peach blossom, and a bud on each side at the upper portion, and with a peach at the lower portion,

..

in the name of the CHINESE BROTHERS TO- BACCO COMPANY who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

i

The said Trade Marks are intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :--

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 45. Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 2nd day of February, 1911.

H. K. HOLMES, Solicitor for the Applicants, 54 Queen's Road Central.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.

Notice of Dividend.

In the Matter of the Companies' Ordinances of Hongkong 1865 to 1886

and

In the Matter of the HONGKONG AND MANILA YUEN SHENG EX- CHANGE AND TRADING COM- PANY, LIMITED.

A first clavede in of $10 per cent has been

declared in the above Liquidation.

given that the above

mentioned dividend of $10 per cent. may be received at the above named Com- pany's Office No. 62 Connaught Road West. Victoria, Hongkong, on Friday, the 31st day of March, 1911, or on any subsequent date be- tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. except on Saturday up to 1 p.m.

Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes or other securities held by them and mast sign a receipt in the prescribed form.

Dated Hongkong, the 31st day of March, 1911.

LAU CHU PAK,

Official Liquidator.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

+

252

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 87.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

tion of the Health Officer.

Chefoo,

Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny

Do.

and Newchwang,

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

13th April, 1911.

No. S. 88

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY. (British Section.)

Statement of Approximate Traffic.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

No. of Passengers.

Coaching.

Goods.

Grand Total.

$

C.

$

C.

$

C.

Previous Total,

128,923

48,092.11

11,026.30

59,118.41

Total for the month of March

ending the 25th March,

1911,....

27,407

11,623.71

3,840.97 15,464.68

Total,

156,330

$ 59,715.82

$ 14,867.27 $ 74,583.09

6th April, 1911.

E. S. LINDSEY, Manager.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 89.-Return of books registered under the Copyright Ordinance, No. 14 of 1910, during the Quarter ended 31st March, 1911.

No.

Time of making the Eutry.

Title of Book.

Name of the Pub- lisher, and Place of Publication.

Name and Place of abode of the Proprietor of the Copyright.

11 a.m., 26th January, 1911.

1911 Race Book.

Noronha & Co., 6 Des Vœux Road Central.

13th April, 4

Date of First Publication.

Noronha & Co., 6 Des 26th January, 1911.

Voeux Road Central,

No. 90.--Return of Books registered under Section 6 of Ordinance No. 2 of 1888, during the Quarter ended 31st March, 1911.

253

Title of Book.

Language in which it is

written.

Name of

Author,

Translator,

Place

of

Name or Firm

of

Printing

Subject.

Printer

Date of

Issue from

or

Editor.

and

Place of

Publication.

Number

of

Sheets,

Leaves,

First, Number

Second, of

Whether

Printed

Price

Size.

and Name or Firm

the Press.

or

of Publisher.

Pages.

or other Copies of Number which the of Edition Edition. consists.

OP

at which

the Book Litho is sold to graphed. the Public.

Name and Resi- dence of the Proprietor of the Copyright or any Portion of such Copyright.

No. 1. 1911 Race Book.

English.

Hongkong

Jockey

Club.

List of

Entries.

6 Des Voeux

Road

Central.

Noronha & Co.

26th

January,

1911.

Pages

First.

800

Printed.

$1.75

Noronha & Co,

96+24.

44 in.

""

2. Cipher Economique.

Do.

A. Santra.

Telegraph

Code.

Hongkong.

Kelly & Walsh, Limited.

9th

January,

1911.

Sheets 3

12

Do.

50

Do.

£5.

Leaves

X

A. Santra,

Hongkong.

12

9žin.

Pages

24.

3. Directory and Chro-

Do.

nicle for China, Japan, Straits

Settlements,

Hongkong Daily Press

Office.

See title.

Hongkong Daily Press

Hongkong

Office.

Daily Press

Office.

15th

February,

1911.

Sheets 58 Royal

Forty-

2,500

Do.

Leaves

8vo.

ninth.

Thirty

Shillings.

916

Pages

Indo-China,

Philip-

1,832.

pines, etc.

4. The

Educational

Do.

Reform in China.

Henry Blair

Graybill.

Education.

Hongkong.

Kelly & Walsh, Limited.

13th

March,

Sheets 5

First.

1,000

Do.

$2.00

Leaves

1911.

69

5in.

Hongkong

Daily Press

Offiee,

Hongkong.

Henry Blair

Graybill,

Canton,

Pages

138.

5. The Law of Trade Marks.

Do.

C. D.

Wilkinson.

Law of

Trade Marks.

Do.

Do.

1st

March,

1911.

Sheets 9

10

Do.

500

Do.

$10.00

: Leaves

X

136

6 in.

C. D.

Wilkinson,

Hongkong.

3rd April, 1911.

Pages

271.

A. W. BREWIN,

Registrar General.

-

254

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

No. S. 91. It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Office, Beaconsfield, Hongkong, at 2.30 p.m., on Friday, the 5th day of May, 1911.

The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent as Building Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Govern- ment Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lot No. 305 is also subject to the special conditions hereunder specified, and Lots Nos. 260 and 666 to 674 are further subject to special condi- tion No. 4 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

The amount to be spent on Lot No. 260 in rateable improvements under the General Condition No. 5 is $200.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Registry No.

Locality.

Boundary Measurements.

Contents

Annual

in

Upset

Crown

Price.

Sq. Ft.

Rent.

E.

W.

Ping Chai

feet. feet. feet.

feet.

District. Lot No. 160.

:

Ping Chati.

20

20

10

10

200

1.00

Lot No. 261.

Do.

9

=

72

1

1.00

Demarcation District 239. Lot No. 305.

Cheung Chai District. Lot No. 666.

Hang Haü.

X

20

5,550

55

13.00

Cheung Chati.

20

20

14

14

280

6

1.00

Lot No. 657.

Do.

15

15

13

13

13

195

1.00

Lot No. 668.

Do.

32

22222

32

13

13

416

9

1.00

Lot No. 659.

Do.

26

26

14

14

364

1.00

Lot No. 670.

Do.

10

40

13

13

520

11

2.00

Lot No. 671.

Do.

30

30

13

13

390

1.00

Lot No. 672.

Do.

t-

13

13

91

N

1.00

Lot No. 673.

Do.

10

10

13

B3

130

3

1.00

Lot No. 674.

Do.

8

B

13

104

3

1.00

SPECIAL CONDITIONS.

1. The Crown Lease of Lot No. 305 shall be in the usual form of Crown Leases of Lands in the New Territories.

   2. There shall be reserved to the Crown right to reclaim any part of the Foreshore or Sea-bed adjoining the said Lot and in the event of any such reclamation being made the Purchaser shall be entitled to access to the Sea to or from the said Lot at such points only as may be determined by the Land Officer. The Purchaser shall not be entitled to any compensation in the event of any such reclamation being carried out as above mentioned.

3. The Purchaser shall within two years of the date of sale expend in the Buildings on the said Lot the sum of $250 to the satisfaction of the Land Officer and shall also within the same period and to the like satisfaction expend the sum of $250 in reclamation or other improvements to the said Lot.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

13th April, 1911.

10

255

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 92. Return of Samples examined under The Sale of Food and Drugs Ordinance, 1896," for the quarter ended 31st March, 1911.

Ale.

Milk,

Description.

13th April, 1911.

Number of samples.

Number found genuine.

Number found adulterated.

6

6

0

7

6

1

A. C. FRANKLIN,

Government Analyst.

No. S. 93.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 347.

6.

AT the request of the Russian Authorities the following Signals for Ice-breakers working in Ice," issued by the Merchant Marine Department of the Russian Ministry of Commerce and Industry, are hereby notified for the information of vessels proceeding to Vladivostock.

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

* ¬¬ OFF 0016 -

4

5

6

7

SHANGHAI, 1st April, 1911.

Signals.

W. FERD. TYLER, Coast Inspector.

SIGNALS FOR ICE-BREAKERS WORKING IN ICE.

Sound Signals to be used when following the Ice-breaker.

From the Ice-breaker.

From the Steamer.

I am going ahead, follow me. Reduce your speed.

Stop your engines, do not follow me. Keep more to starboard.

Keep more to port.

Attention got stuck in the ice. Give full speed astern.

Work to be knocked off until morning, or until better conditions are forth- coming.

Blue pennant signifies that the signal is meant only for the steaner near- est to the ice-breaker.

I am going ahead, follow me. Reduce your speed.

I stop where I'am.

Attention: got stuck in the ice. Give full speed astern.

Blue flag means that the sound or

other signals are only meant for the ice-breakers.

1.-As leading ice-breaker, that ice-breaker counts which is going ahead of one or several steamers.

2. Signals are to be given by the steam-whistle or siren long lines signify long blasts, and short lines short blasts.

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 92. Return of Samples examined under The Sale of Food and Drugs Ordinance, 1896," for the quarter ended 31st March, 1911.

Ale.

Milk,

Description.

13th April, 1911.

Number of samples.

Number found genuine.

Number found adulterated.

6

6

0

7

6

1

A. C. FRANKLIN,

Government Analyst.

No. S. 93.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 347.

6.

AT the request of the Russian Authorities the following Signals for Ice-breakers working in Ice," issued by the Merchant Marine Department of the Russian Ministry of Commerce and Industry, are hereby notified for the information of vessels proceeding to Vladivostock.

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

* ¬¬ OFF 0016 -

4

5

6

7

SHANGHAI, 1st April, 1911.

Signals.

W. FERD. TYLER, Coast Inspector.

SIGNALS FOR ICE-BREAKERS WORKING IN ICE.

Sound Signals to be used when following the Ice-breaker.

From the Ice-breaker.

From the Steamer.

I am going ahead, follow me. Reduce your speed.

Stop your engines, do not follow me. Keep more to starboard.

Keep more to port.

Attention got stuck in the ice. Give full speed astern.

Work to be knocked off until morning, or until better conditions are forth- coming.

Blue pennant signifies that the signal is meant only for the steaner near- est to the ice-breaker.

I am going ahead, follow me. Reduce your speed.

I stop where I'am.

Attention: got stuck in the ice. Give full speed astern.

Blue flag means that the sound or

other signals are only meant for the ice-breakers.

1.-As leading ice-breaker, that ice-breaker counts which is going ahead of one or several steamers.

2. Signals are to be given by the steam-whistle or siren long lines signify long blasts, and short lines short blasts.

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  3.-Steamers following the ice-breaker have to repeat the sound signals one after the other separately in the order in which they are following the ice-breaker.

4.- All steamers following the ice-breaker have to be always ready to go full speed

astern.

  5.--If the ice-breaker is followed by several steamers, and the distance between the hindmost steamers and the ice-breaker is so great that the sound signals of those steamers cannot be heard by the ice-breaker, then those aforesaid steamers, instead of giving the sound signal No. 6, have to hoist in daytime a red ball, and at night a red light, and to keep the signal up until the ice-breaker has come to their assistance.

  6.--Steamers stopping in the channel made by the ice-breaker have, during fog or snow, to give the signal No. 3, as well as ring the bell.

  7.-Each steamer following the ice-breaker has to be ready to take a tow-rope; and when in tow the steamer has to take all precautions to let go the tow-rope at the first com-

mand of the ice-breaker,

  8.--Steamers being towed are not to go ahead with their engines without a special order; but they must be always ready to go astern in case the ice-breaker gets stuck in heavy ice.

  9.-If a steamer following the ice breaker in the ice gets some damage or a leak, she has to hoist the International Code" signal N.C. This signal and the sound signals have to be repeated by all steamers situated between the ice-breaker and the damaged steamer. As soon as the ice-breaker notices the signal and hoists the answering pennant, the steamers, excepting the damaged one, have to take down their signals. This steamer has at the same time to prepare everything as far as possible to get into readiness to take the hose of the ice- breaker on board and into that compartment or hold which has to be pumped out first.

  10.-In case the captain of the steamer to which the assistance is brought does not follow the instructions given to him, the commander of the ice-breaker has the right to refuse any assistance until his orders are followed out.

11. The Ministry (Board) of Commerce is not responsible for any damage the steamers receive during the time they are assisted by the ice-breaker.

TRANSLATION.

Notification No. 369 of Department of Communications.

  NOTICE is hereby given that, Kurushima Strait Tidal Observation Lightbuoy on the west side of Chu-suido, Kurushima Strait, has been relighted as ever, its illuminating apparatus having been repaired completely, and the temporary light shown pending the work has been withdrawn at the same time (see Notification No. 1456 of Department of Communications,. December, 1910).

BARON GOTO SHIMPEI, Minister of State for Communications.

TOKYO, March 25th, 1911.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

No. 2 of 191].

WEST COAST.

STREAKY BAY-CRAWFORD'S SPIT.

A pile beacon, black, with diamond-shaped head, has been placed on the western extremity of Crawford's Spit in 5ft. at L.W.S.

Approximate position-Lat. 32° 46' S.; long. 134° 13′ E.

COFFIN'S BAY.

The black and red buoys which marked the entrance to the channel into Coffin's Bay have been removed, and the channel is now marked by four red beacons with circular heads. to be kept on the starboard hand when entering; and one black beacon with diamond-shaped head, to be kept on the port hand when entering.

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The outer red beacon shows about 26ft. above high water, and the others about 10ft. above high water.

  Caution. The shoals and soundings in this bay are liable to change, and the beacons must not be approached too closely.

Approximate position of outer red beacon-Lat. 34° 29′ S.; long. 135° 22′ E.

This affects Admiralty Chart No. 1061.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, February 13th, 1910.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Board.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

No. 3 of 1911.

GULF ST. VINCENT.

APPROACH TO PORT ADELAIDE,

Semaphore Anchorage--Four-Fathom Patch.

Masters of vessels, pilots, and others are hereby informed that a recent examination of the four-fathom patch shows that there is 22ft. 6in. near the centre of the patch with the light on Wonga shoal bearing S.E. by S., distant one and a quarter miles, and the old lighthouse structure N. 48° E.; the outer end of Largs Jetty, S. 72° E.

The extent of the patch carrying less than 24ft. is about 23 by 3 cables. This affects Admiralty Charts 1752 and 2389 A and B.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, February 13th, 1911.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Board.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 78. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Tuesday, the 18th day of April, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of

Registry No.

Locality.

Sale.

N.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual

Upset

Rent. Price.

E.

W.

feet.

feet.

feet. feet.

A

1

Inland Lot No. 1878.

Adjoining Inland Lot

(As per plan.)

No. 1714.

14,250 (about).

98

2.850

Bonham Road,

31st March, 1911.

W. CHATHAM,

Director of Public Works.

.

258

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 89. Notice is hereby given that the Governor-in-Council purposes to make an order under the Highways Ordinance No. 21 of 1910, for stopping up the Queen's Road end of the thoroughfare known as Spring Gardens Lane in the City of Victoria.

  Any person objecting to the proposed order shall forward his objection in writing to the Colonial Secretary not later than the 29th day of April, 1911.

  Such objection must state the reasons and specify the property with regard to the ownership or occupation of which such objection is made and the interest therein of the objector.

7th April, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Ahpoo Wellington.

Baldwin, Hongkong Hotel.

Chansoonhing.

Charlot, Leo. (2)

Kittington. Loongkee.

Love. Col. R.

Codrington.

Cohen, Astor House.

Fertilizer.

Haug, Captu.

Hansteel.

Hord. Marmora, P &. O, Co. (2)

Hongkong Station, 7th April, 1911.

Metro.

Naylor, Astor.

Ross.

Ross, H.

Slanghwa. Hokehow.

Stone, Miss Hazel, Lyndhurst Terrace.

J. M. BECK,

Superintendent.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Great Northern Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Captain Steam Trawler Gwalia.

Kuecheong.

Kongyuen.

Leechamp.

Mingkee.

Mrs. Murray Passcager Taiyuau.

Ngsuenchee Yingtal Shipchandler.

Sasaki Hantaro C.o. Japanese Consulate. Steamer Hsingshun.

Whangpenlee.

060S.

3151. 2006,

4645.

Hongkong Station, 31st March, 1911.

E. V. JESSEN, Actg. Superintendent,

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曉諭事照得現

督憲札開定於西歷本年五月初五日卽禮拜五下午兩點半鐘在香港 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投買總 章程開投建造官地十一以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八百九十 年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年到期 前三日止投得第三百零五號之人須兼照下開額外章程辦理投得第 二百六十號六百六十六號及六百七十四號地段之人並須照一千九 百零九年第六百九十七號憲示内之額外章程第四歎辦理投得第二 百六十號地段之人須照第五款總章程用銀經營其地估價至少二百 圓等因奉此台極出示曉諭俾衆週為此特示

茲將該地段形勢開列于左

第一號册錄平州地段第二百六十號坐落土名平州北二十尺南二十 尺東十尺西十尺共計二百方尺每年地秘銀一圓償以四圓爲底 第二號册錄平州地段第二百六十一號坐落土名平州北八尺南八尺 東九尺西九尺共計七十二方尺每地稅一圓股價以一圓爲底 第三號册錄丈量約份第二百三十九號地段第三百零五號坐落土名 坑口共計五千五百五十方尺每年地稅銀十三圓投價以五十五圓爲 底

第四號冊錄長州地段第六百六十六號坐落土名長州北二十尺南二

十尺東十四尺西十四尺共計二百八十方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價 六圓為底

第五段册錄長州地段第六百六十七號坐落土名長州北十五尺南十 五尺東十三尺西十三尺共計一百元. 十五方尺每年地秘銀一圓投 以四爲底

第六册錄長州地段第六百六十八號坐落十名長州北三十二尺南 三十二尺東十三尺西十三尺共計四百一十六方尺每年地秕銀一 投價以九圓爲底

第七册錄長州地图第六百六十九號坐落十名長州北二十六尺, 二十六尺東十四尺西十四尺共計三百六十四方尺每年地稅銀一圓 投價以八圓爲底

第八册錄長州地段第六百七十號坐落土名長州北四十尺南四十 尺東十三尺西十三尺共計五百二十方尺每年 地稅銀二圓投價以十 一圓爲底

第九册錄長州地段第六百七十一號坐落+名長州北三十尺南三 十尺東十三尺西十三尺共計三百九十方尺每年地稅錢一圓投價以 八圓爲底

第十號册錄長州地段第六百七十二號坐落土名長州北七尺南七尺 東十三尺西十三尺共計九十一方尺每年地稅錢一圓股價以二圓爲

第十ī號册錄長州地第六百七十三號坐落土名長州北十尺南十 尺東十三尺西十三尺共計一百三十方尺每年地稅銀一圓股價以三

260

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+

第六號册錄長州地段第六百七十四號坐落土名長州北八尺南八尺 東十三尺西十三尺共計一百零四方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以三圓 爲底

布政司金 曉諭事照得現奉

額外章程

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九號

督憲會同議政局擬按一千九百一十年第二十一條例即道路則例將 大道東轉入春園里之處閉塞如有以爲不合欲行拒阻者須于西歴四 月十九日以前呈布政司將該街口閉塞後與某屋或某地有何關 並其中原委及具察者是否業主或屬租客詳細陳明聽候核奪合行出 示曉諭俾衆週知切切特示

+

一千九百一十一年

S憲示第

三投得該m段之人由投得之日起限兩年内用卸二百五十圓在該地 建屋豕二百五十圓爲填海等工程之用各工程須造至合田土廳之 意爲度

一千九百一十一年

四月

十三日示

工程司司使漆 曉諭事照得現奉

憲示第 一百號

船政道栢

曉諭事照得除漁船漁艇貨躉貨艇及客艇之外別等華渡船艇于腕上 九打鐘至辰早五打鐘之内一概不得在域多厘海面來往行駛必須有 船政道符別人情紙方准合出示俾衆週知爲此特示

一千九百一十一年

四月

督憲札開定於西歴本年四月十八日禮拜二日下午三點鐘在工程 暑問投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示因 奉此合亟出示曉諭爲此特示

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地段係册錄内地第一千八百七十八號坐落文咸道附近内地 第一千七百一十四號該地四至照賣地圖則所載之尺寸計共約一 萬四千二百五十方尺每年地秘銀九十八圓投價以二十八百五十圓 初七日示

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布政司金 曉諭事照得現奉

額外章程

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九號

督憲會同議政局擬按一千九百一十年第二十一條例即道路則例將 大道東轉入春園里之處閉塞如有以爲不合欲行拒阻者須于西歴四 月十九日以前呈布政司將該街口閉塞後與某屋或某地有何關 並其中原委及具察者是否業主或屬租客詳細陳明聽候核奪合行出 示曉諭俾衆週知切切特示

+

一千九百一十一年

S憲示第

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一千九百一十一年

四月

十三日示

工程司司使漆 曉諭事照得現奉

憲示第 一百號

船政道栢

曉諭事照得除漁船漁艇貨躉貨艇及客艇之外別等華渡船艇于腕上 九打鐘至辰早五打鐘之内一概不得在域多厘海面來往行駛必須有 船政道符別人情紙方准合出示俾衆週知爲此特示

一千九百一十一年

四月

督憲札開定於西歴本年四月十八日禮拜二日下午三點鐘在工程 暑問投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示因 奉此合亟出示曉諭爲此特示

該號地形勢開列於左

此號地段係册錄内地第一千八百七十八號坐落文咸道附近内地 第一千七百一十四號該地四至照賣地圖則所載之尺寸計共約一 萬四千二百五十方尺每年地秘銀九十八圓投價以二十八百五十圓 初七日示

初一日示

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初七日示

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A

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

Notice of Intended Dividend,

No. 31 of 1910.

Re The Estate of EDUARDO ROS,

deceased.

first and final dividend is intended to be declared in the above matter after the expiration of one month from the 13th day of April, 1911.

Dated this 13th day of April, 1911.

N

G. H. WAKEMAN, Official Receiver & Trustre.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG.

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.

In the Matter of the Companies Or-

dinances 1865 to 1890.

and

In the Matter of the KWONG HIP

LUNG COMPANY LIMITED.

OTICE is hereby given that a Petition for the winding up of the above named Company by the Supreme Court or Hongkong was on the 6th day of April, 1911 presented to the said Court by the Hop Fung Cheung Kee firm of No. 32 Wing On Street Victoria Hong- kong. And that the said Petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at Vic- toria in the Colony of Hongkong on Thursday the 11th day of May, 1911, at 10,30 a.m. and any creditor or contributory of the said Com- pany desirous to support or oppose the making of an order on the said Petition may appear at the time of hearing by himself or his Counsel for that purpose and a copy of the Petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charges for the same.

Dated the 10th day of April, 1911.

D'ALMADA & SMITH,

Solicitors for Petitioners.

     Note-Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said Petition must serve on or send by post to the above named notice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the firm and must be signed by the person or firm or his or their Solicitor (if any) and must be served or if posted must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of the 10th day of May, 1911.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that Messrs. C.

       J. VAN HOUTEN and ZoON of Weesp, Holland, Manufacturers, have on the 15th day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark:

ROVA

in the name of Messrs. C. J. VAN HOUTEN and ZOON who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Chocolate and any manufacture of Cocoa, in Cláss 42.

Dated the 10th day of April, 191!.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

OTICE is hereby given that Messieurs MELCHERS & COMPANY of Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong, have on the 23rd day of February, 1911, applied for the regis tration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

(1.)

A Bird upon a branch of a tree watching two young birds in a nest built upon the branch. The whole is surrounded by a faney border.

(2)

The Letter M with a flag on either side

and above 7 coins or medallions in a

semicircle. The whole is surrounded by a fancy border.

(3.)

in the name

(4.)

(5.)

意如

of HERMANN MELCHERS, ADALBERT KORFF, CARL MICHELAU, JOHN BANDOW, GUSTAV FRIESLAND and ADOLF WIDMANN Who claim to be the sole pro- prictors thereof.

Trade Marks Nos. 1 and 2 are intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods :--

Hosiery, in Class 38.

Trade Mark No. 3 is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods:-

All sorts of Dyes (other than Mineral), in

Class 4.

Knives. Scissors. Saws and Files, in

Class 12.

Basins, Needles, Metal Boxes and Locks,

in Class 13.

Cotton goods (not included in Classes 23,

24 and 38), in Class 25.

Cloths and stuffs of Wool, Worsted or

Hair. in Cla-s 34,

Leather and Leather Purses, in Class 37, Ships and other articles of Clothing, in

Class 38

Milk, Fresh and Condensed, în Class 42. Soap (not included in other Classes) and

Lampwicks, in Class 47. Perfumery, in Class 48. Goods manufactured from Ivory, Bone and Wood not included in other classes, in Class 59 (1), and Umbrellas. Walking Sticks. Brushes and

Combs, in Class 50 (-).

Trade Mark No. 4 is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods: --

Lamps, Lamp Burners and Lamp Ware,

in Class 13.

Woollen and Worsted and Hair goods (not included in Classes 33 and 34), in Class 35.

Hats of all kinds. Caps and Bonnets Hosiery, Gloves, Boots and Shoes and other ready made clothing, in Class 38.

Trade Mark No. 5 is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods-

Knives, Scissors, Saws and Files, in

Class 12.

Facsimiles of Trade Marks Nos. 1 and 2 can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and of the undersigned.

Dated the 12th day of April, 1911.

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Applicants.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that Messieurs

CONNELL BROS. COMPANY a corpora-

tion organized under the laws of the State of Washington carrying on business at Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong and elsewhere have on the 1st day of April. 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Re- gister of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks:-

-

ALPINA

and

PREMIER

in the name of CONNELL BROS. COMPANY who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof. The Trade Marks have been used by the Ap- plicants in respect of the following goods :--

Flour, in Class 42.

Dated the 10th day of April, 1911.

-

DEACON, LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hong- kong) of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufacturers, have on the 21st day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Mark :-

The Trade Mark consists of a square panel in which is depicted a Parrot staud- ing on a round pole, beneath which is shown a small branch of a tree. At the top of the panel are the char

acters 鸚鵡王, translated as

PARROT", and at foot of the panel

is shown the Company's name in Chinese characters, thus

煙公司,

in the name of the BRITISH CIGARETTE COM- PANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hongkong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufac- turers, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :--

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated this 21st day of February, 1911.

BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, R. D. HARVEY, Attorney.

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THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

H

NOTICE.

EREBY we give notice that out Partner Mr. C. W. HEUSER has retired from our firm by mutual agreement and that his interest and responsibility therein ceased from 4th March, 1911.

     The business will be carried on by Mr. G. F. EBERIUS without any alteration to the firm's

name.

HEUSER. EBERIUS & CO.

11th April, 1911.

Application for Registration of five Trade Marks.

NOTICE is givumber 8 Des Voeux Road Central Victoria in the Colony of

【OTICE is hereby given that The ORIENTAL BREWERY LIMITED whose registered

Hongkong have on the 23rd day of January, 1911. applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Marks :-

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NTONG of No. 70 Cheung Lan Street,

OTICE is hereby given that the TIN PO

Canton, in the Empire of China, have on the 21st February. 1911, applied for the registra- tion in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade

Marks. of the following Trade Mark, ciz.:---

The three Chinese characters

天寶

which represent in English

Tin Po Tong

in the name of the said TIN PO TONG who

claim to be the proprietors thereof.

     The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods respectively, in the following classes respec- tively, viz.:-

Medicines in Class 3 and Fermented

Liquors and Spirits in Class 43.

Dated the 10th day of March, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS, Solicitors for the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTICE is hereby given that LA SOCIETE

DES ET FONDERIES

     DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE, of Angleur near Liege Belgium, trading as Zine Manufacturers, have on the 17th day of December, 1910, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Marks :-

1. The representation of an oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the words Montagne".

Vieille

2. The representation of a round cornered oblong with double border within which appear three Stars and the

letters thus :- G

V-M

3. The words "Vieille Montagne" and "Liege" printed in the form of a circle within which appear three Stars with the figure 12 under the stars and the letter T under the figure 12,

in the name of LA SOCIETE ANONYME DES MINES ET FONDERIES DE ZINC DE LA VIEILLE MONTAGNE who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark Nod. 1 has been used by the the Applicants since 161 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 5, the Trade Mark Nod. 2 has been used by the Applicants since 1896 in respect of Ingots of Spelter in Class 5 and the Trade Mark Nod. 3 has been used by the Applicants since 1861 in respect of Sheet Zine in Class 5.

Facsimiles of the Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated this 13th day of January, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street.

THE BEER

THAT'S BREWED

TO SUIT THE CLIMATE

PRIN

9

BEER

ORIENTAL BREWERY

LIMITED

HONGKONG, CHINA.

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED TO SUIT THE CLIMATE.

O.B.BEER

BREWERY'S OWN BOTTLING. ORIENTAL BREWERY LTD.

HONGKONG.

THE BEER THAT'S BREWED

TO SUIT THE CLIMATE

O.B.

BEER

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BREWERY'S OWN BOTTLING.

ORIENTAL BREWERY LTD.

, HONG KONG.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that WIGGINS,

TEAPE AND COMPANY, LIMITED, of 10 Aldgate. London, England, Paper Makers and Wholesale and Export Stationers, have on the 1st day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

HERCULES

in the name of WIGGINS, TEAPE AND COM- PANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprie- tors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Paper (except paper hangings) in Class 39 since 19th August, 1892.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 9th day of February, 1910.

WILKINSON & GRIST,

9. Queen's Road Central, Solicitors for the Applicants.

AND

BR

ALE.ONOXONOHⱭLT

Comet Ale

LAWO ORIENTAL BREW

BRAND

ARM

STOULA

BREWER

ORIENTAL

HONGKONŮ.

in the name of The ORIENTAL BREWERY LIMITED who claim to be the proprietors thereof. The said Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants since the month of January, 1910, in respect of the following goods in the following class :-

Fermented Liquors, in Class 43.

Facsimiles of the said Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 9th day of February, 1911.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that W. SANDO-

N RIDES & CO., LIMITED, of 5 Old Bond

Street, London, W., England; Tobacco Manu- facturers, have on the 21st day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in l'ongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the follow- ing Trade Mark :-

LUCANA

in the name of W. SANDORIDES & CO., LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been wed by the Applicants in respect of Manufactured To- bacco since the year 1904, in Cl; ss 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 10th day of February, 1911.

MATTHEW J. D. STEPHENS, Solicitor & Agent on behalf of Applicants.

REGULATIONS OF HONGKONG

(INCLUDING BYE-LAWS, RULES, ORDERS-IN-COUNCIL AND PROCLAMATIONS)

made under the

ORDINANCES OF HONGKONG (1844 to 1909)

and

in force on 31st March, 1910,

(with some Orders-in-Council under Imperial Acts and the Rules of Appeal to the Privy Council) Compiled by

of

F. B. L. BOWLEY,

Crown Solicitor.

In one volume :-Price $25.

or 2 vols. interleaved :--Price $27.

Copies of the above are on sale at the Office

NORONIIA & Co.,

Government Printers.

Hongkong, 6th May, 1910.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS, Solicitors for the Applicants, 8. Des Voeux Road Central,

Hongkong..

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

No. S. 94.-The following Bills were read a first time at a Meeting of the Council held on the 20th April, 1911 :-

Short title and con- struction.

Amends

section 3 of

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to amend the Flogging Ordinance,

1903.

Be it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

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1. This Ordinance may be cited as The Flogging Amendment Ordinance, 1911", and it shall be read and construed as one with the Flogging Ordinance, 1903, here- inafter called " the Principal Ordinance".

2. Section 3 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby amended by the addition after the figures 1865" in sub- the Principal section (5) thereof of the words "sections 44 and 45 of

the Offences against the Person Ordinance, 1865; ".

Ordinance.

Repeals

3. Section 4 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby re- section 4 of pealed and the following section is substituted therefor :-

the Princi al

Ordinance

and sub-

stitues

another

section.

4.-(1.) In the case of any crime made punishable under section 31 of the Larceny Ordinance, 1-65, where the punishment of flogging, is awarded by the Supreme Court on an offender whose age exceeds sixteen years the following provisions shall have effect":-

(a.) the sentence shall prescribe the num- ber of strokes to be inflicted;

(5.) the number of strokes shall not ex- ceed twenty-four and the instrument used shall be either the instrument commonly known as the "cat" or else a birch, as the Court, in its sentence, may specify;

(c.) the flogging shall be inflicted pri- vately in prison and within six months of the

sentence.

(2.) In all other cases where the punishment of flog- ging is awarded by the Supreme Court or by a Magistrate the following provisions shall have effect:

(.) the sentence shall prescribe the num- ber of strokes to be inflicted :

(6.) in the case of an offender whose age does not exceed sixteen years the number of strokes shall not exceed twelve ;

(c.) in the case of any other offender the number of strokes shall not exceed twenty- four;

(d) the flogging shall be inflicted with a hirch on the breech, privately, in prison and within six months of the sentence."

Objects and Reasons.

This Bill has been submitted to and sanctioned by the Secretary of State for the Colonies. It authorises the infliction of the birch in the case of offences against the two sections of Ordinance No. 2 of 1865 which deal with kidnapping in its most serious forms, and it authorises the infliction of the "cat" in cases which fall within the s ction of Ordinance No. 5 of 1865 dealing with robbery with violence,

C. G. ALABASTER, Attorney General.

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A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to correct certain references to previous Ordinances contained in the Ordin- ances passed in the years 1902 and 1903.

WHEREAS the references to previous Ordinances con- tained in the Ordinances passed in the years 1902 and 1903 are, for the most part, to the numbering of such Ordinances and to the numbering of the sections of such Ordinances as they were originally passed, and it is expedient to correct such references in order to make them correspond with the numberings of such Ordinances and sections of such Ordinances as they are contained in the Revised Edition of the Laws of the Colony issued by authority in virtue of Ordinance No. 12 of 1900:-

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:

1. The Correction of References Ordinance, 1911.

Short title.

2. The substitutions and amendments indicated in the Amend- schedule to the Ordinances therein indicated are hereby ments. authorised to be made.

of amend-

3. All references to the old numbering of Ordinances Extension and of sections in any Ordinance passed prior to the years 1902 and 1903 contained in any Ordinances passed in those ments to repealed years which have since been repealed are hereby declared Ordinances. to have related to the corresponding Ordinances and sections of Ordinances as contained in the said Revised Edition.

SCHEDULE.

Ordinance No. 3 of 1902 :

in section 2,

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for "section 5 of Ordinance No. 3 of 1871,

there shall be read "section 2 of Ordinance No. 1 of 1871".

Ordinance No. 6 of 1902 :--

in section 3,

for "section 4*,

there shall be read "section 3 ".

Ordinance No. 7 of 1992 :-

throughout,

----

for "Ordinance No. 14 of 1873",

there shall be read "Ordinance No, 4 of 18731 and for "section 25", "section 35" and "section 50"

there shall be read "section 18","section 27 " and "section 40", respectively;

and section 2 is repealed.

Ordinance No. 9 of 1902 :

in section 1,

for "Ordinance No. 6 of 1883, as amended by Ordinance No. 18 of 1883",

there shall be read "Ordinance No. 2 of 1883": in section 2,

for "Ordinance No. 6 of 1883 and of Ordinance No. 18 of 18×3",

there shall be read "Ordinance No. 2 of 1883 ":

and for "No. 6 of 1883" there shall be read

"No. 2 of 1883*;

and in the title, the words from "(No. 6" to "of 1883)" are repealed.

Ordinance No. 1 of 1902 :-

in the preamble,

for Ordinance No. 21 of 1931

there shall be read "Ordinance No. 15 of 1901": and in section 1 (2), the words as amended by Ordinance No. 17 of 1900" are repealed.

Ordinance No. 15 of 1902 :

1

throughout, for · Ordinance No. 14 of 1875" and for words and figures referring to that Ordinance,

there shall be read "Ordinance No. 7 of 1875";

in section 3,

for "section 9'

there shall be read "section 6";

:

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in section 6,

for Form B",

there shall be read " Form No. 3":

and in section 2, the words "as amended by Ordin- anee 14 of 1895 are repealed.

Ordinance No. 20 of 1902 :

in section 1,

for from "Ordinance 8 of 1873" to the end,

there shall be read " Ordinance No. 1 of 1873", in section 2,

the words from "section 2 are repented; and

for

to

"substituted

section 5 of Ordinance 8 of 1873 ",

there shall be read "section 3 of Ordinance No.

1 of 1873":

and section 3 is repealed.

Ordinance No. 21 of 1902 :

throughout,

for **

Ordinance No. 3 of 1860 *.

there shall be read Ordinance No. 1 of 1860": in section 2,

the words from "as amended " to the end are repealed;

in sections 3, 4 and 6,

for "section 3", section 7", and "section 15", there shall be read section 4", "section 8

and section 16", respectively.

Ordinance No. 36 of 1902 :

throughout,

for "Ordinance No. 3 of 1844",

there shall be read "Ordinance No. 1 of 184F":

in section 2.

for "section 14",

there shall be read "section 26".

Ordinance No. 41 of 1902 :

in sections 1 and 2,

for No. 8 of 1901 ",

there shall be read "No. 6 of 1901 ".

Ordinance No. 42 of 1902 :-

throughout,

for the words "The Chinese Hospital Incor- poration".

there shall be read "The Tung Wa Hospital Incorporation";

in the title,

..

the words No. 3 of 1870" are repealed. Ordinance No. 45 of 1902 :-

in the schedule,

section 3 (3)",

for 14 of 1845" and

there shall be read "1 of 1845" and "section 6 (3)" respectively.

Ordinance No. 2 of 1903 :

in the title,

the words "Consolidation ", and from "and to to the end, are repealed :

in section 1,

the words "the Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance, 1901, and ", are repealed;

in section 3,

the words from " as amended " to · 1901 ", and "hereby further", are repealed :

in section 16,

for "sub-section (1) of section 35 of the Merchant Shipping Amendment Ordinance of 1901 ",

there shall be read "section 41 of the Principal Ordinance".

Ordinance No. 3 of 1903 :

in section 3 (3),

for "section 19 of Ordinance 4 of 1865",

there shall be read "section 20 of Ordinance

No. 2 of 1865",

and in (5), for "No. 7 of 1865"

there shall be read "No, 5 of 1865":

in section 8,

for "No. 10 of 1901

"

there shall be read "No. 7 of 1901 ".

Ordinance No. 5 of 1903 :-

In section 2,

for from "Ordinance No. 22 of 1890

to

"1899",

there shall be read "section III of Ordinance

No. 1 of 1889 ".

Ordinance No. 16 of 1903 :

in section 2,

for "No. 8 of 1901",

there shall be read "No. 6 of 1901 ".

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A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to establish Registered Partner- ships and to give effect to certain Chinese Partnership Customs.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:

1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Registered Short title. Partnerships Ordinance, 1911.

2. In the construction of this Ordinance the following Interpreta- words and expressions shall have the meanings respectively tion of assigned to them in this section, unless there be something terms. in the subject or context repugnant to such construction:-

"Firm", "firm name", and "business" have the same Ordinance meanings as in the Partnership Ordinance, 1897.

Registered Partuer" shall mean any partner who is

registered as such under this Ordinance.

"Registrar of Companies" shall

No. 1 of 1897.

mean the officer Ordinance

appointed for the registration of Companies under the No. 1 of Companies Ordinance, 1865, or any Ordinance amending 1865. the same.

"The Court" shall mean the Supreme Court.

"Full name" shall, in the case of a person who carries on business in more than one name, include all the names in which such person carries on business, and in the case of persons with Chinese names or of Chinese origin shall include the first name given after birth and the place of origin.

"Hung Kú shareholder" means the person who is registered as such in a registered partnership and who holds a hung kú (I) or red share, and is a person who is entitled to no interest on capital, but who shares with the partners the surplus profit after interest on capital has been paid.

3.-(1.) From and after the commencement of this Definition Ordinance registered partnerships may be formed in the and con- manner and subject to the conditions by this Ordinance stitution of provided.

(2.) A registered partnership shall not consist of more than twenty persons, at least one of whom must be regis- tered as a registered partner.

(3.) Firms or family tongs may be registered as regis- tered partners in a registered partnership, provided that a firm or family fong registered as a registered partner shall be regarded so far as the registered partnership is concerned as one person, and provided also that a partner in the firm or a member of the tong is registered as a represen- tative of the firm or teng in the registered partnership, and provided also that no person may be registered as a repre- sentative of a firm or tong unless the Registrar of Companies is satisfied that he has the authority of the other members of his firm or t'ong to be registered as a representative of them in the registered partnership, and unless one week shall have elapsed since an announcement of his intention To apply for registration as representative of the firm or tong in question shall have been published in the Gazette and in two Chinese daily newspapers circulating in the Colony.

(4.) Bodies corporate may be registered as partners in a registered partnership.

4.-(1.) The liability of a registered partnership, which may sue and be sued in its registered name, shall be un- limited, provided that no registered partner shall be liable to pay out of sucli assets as he possesses, unconnected with the registered partnership, more than such porportion of a debt of the registerel partnership as his interest in the registered partnership bears to the total interest of all the partners, whether registered or unregistered in the regis-

limited partnership.

Limitation of liability of registered partners.

Modifica- tions of

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tered partnership; and provided also that no person re- gistered only as a hung kú shareholder shall be liable to pay any debt of the registered partnership.

(2.) The burden of proving that assets in his posses- sion are unconnected with the registered partnership shall be on the registered partner who seeks to have his liability limited under this section.

5.-(1.) No member of a firm or tong registered as a registered partner other than the registered representative thereof may take part in the management of the business of the registered partnership or have power to bind the regis- partnerships. tered partnership.

general law in case

of limited

Ordinance

Provided that any member of such a firm or tong may by himself or his agent at any time inspect the books of the firm and examine into the state and prospects of the partnership business.

If a member of such a firm or tong other than the registered representative thereof takes part in the maunage- ment of the business of the registered partnership he shall be liable for all debts and obligations of the firm incurred while he so takes part in the management as though he were an unregistered partner in the registered partnership.

(2.) A registered partnership shall not be dissolved by the death or bankruptcy of a partner, and the lunacy of a part- ner shall not be a ground for dissolution of the partnership by the Court unless the lunatic's share cannot be otherwise ascertained and realised.

(3.) In the event of the dissolution of a registered part- nership its affairs shall be wound up by the partners unless the Court otherwise orders.

(4.) Applications to the Court to wind up a registered No. 1 of 1865. partnership shall be by petition under the Companies Ordinance, 1865, and the provisions of that Ordinance relating to the winding up of companies by the Court and of the rules made thereunder (including provisions as to fees) shall, subject to such modification (if any) as the Governor-in-Council may by rules provide, apply to the winding-up by the Court of registered partnerships, with the substitution of partners for directors.

Law as to private partnership to apply subject to this Ordin-

ance.

Manner and particulars of registra- tion.

(5.) Subject to any express agreement between the part-

ners,-

(a.) Any difference arising as to ordinary matters connected with the partuership business may be decided by a majority of the partners; (b.) A partner shall not be entitled to dissolve a regis-

tered partnership by notice.

6. Subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, the Partnership Ordinance, 1897, and the rules of equity and of common law applicable to partnerships, except so far as they are inconsistent with the express provisions of the last mentioned Ordinance, shall apply to partnerships and partners registered under this Ordinance.

7. The registration of a partnership under this Or- dinance shall be effected by delivering to the Registrar of Companies a statement signed by such of the partners and hung kú shareholders as desire to be registered under this Ordinance containing the following particulars :

(a.) The firm name;

(b.) The general nature of the business;

(c.) The principal place of business;

(d.) The full name and address of each of the part- ners and hung kú shareholders who desires to be registered under this Ordinance ;

(e.) The term, if any, for which the partnership is entered into, and the date of its commence- ment;

(f.) The sum contributed by each partner who desires to be registered under this Ordinance, and whether paid in cash or how otherwise. (9.) The proportion in which the interest in the firm of each partner who desires to be registered under this Ordinance stands in relation to the interests of all the partners, whether registered or unregistered, in the firm.

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(.) The interest in the firm of any hung kú share- holder who desires to be registered as such

under this Ordinance.

8.-(1.) If during the continuance of a registered Registration partnership any change is made or occurs, whether by of changes in reason of the death of a registered or unregistered partner partnerships. or otherwise howsoever, in :-

(a.) the firm name,

(b.) the general nature of the business,

(c.) the principal place of business,

(d.) the partners or the name of any partner,

(e.) the term or character of the partnership, (f) the sum contributed by any registered partner, (9.) the proportion in which the interest in the firm of any registered partner stands in relation to the interests of all the partners whether registered or unregistered,

a statement, signed by the firm and by one or more of the registered partners, specifying the nature of the change shall within fourteen days be delivered to the Registrar of Companies.

(2.) If default is made in compliance with the require- ments of this section each of the registered partners shall, on summary conviction before a Magistrate, be liable to a fine not exceeding ten dollars for each day during which the default continues. Provided that no single partner shall be liable to pay a fine exceeding five hundred dollars.

partners.

9. The statement of the amount contributed by a re-

Ad valorem gistered partner, and a statement of any increase in that

                       stamp duty amount, sent to the Registrar for registration under this on contri- Ordinance, shall be charged with an ad valorem stamp duty butions of $2 for every $1,000 or portion of every $1,000 up to by limited $10,000, and $1 for every $1,000 or portion of $1,000 on the next $15,000 and 50 cents for every $1,000 or portion of $1,000 on sums above $25,000 of the amount so con- tributed, or of the increase of that amount, as the case may be; and, in default of payment of stamp duty thereon as herein required, the duty with interest thereon at the rate of seven per cent. per annum from the date of delivery of such statement shall be a joint and several debt to His Majesty, recoverable from the registered partners, or any of them, in the said statements named, or, in the case of an increase, from all or any of the said registered partners whose discontinuance in the firm shall not, before the date of delivery of such statement of increase, have been duly notified to the Registrar of Companies.

10. Every one commits a misdemeanour who makes, Making false signs, sends, or delivers for the purpose of registration returns to be

                           misdemean- under this Ordinance any false or incomplete statement known by him to be false or incomplete.

our,

statement and issue

11. On receiving any statement made in pursuance of Registrar this Ordinance the Registrar of Companies shall cause the to file same to be filed, and he shall send by registered post or deliver to the firm from whom such statement shall have been received a certificate of the registration thereof.

certificate of registration.

12. The Registrar of Companies shall keep at his Register and office, in proper books to be provided for the purpose, a index to

                           be kept. register and an index of all the registered partnerships registered as aforesaid, and of all the statements registered in relation to such partnerships.

13.-(1.) Any person may inspect the statements filed Inspection of under this Ordinance by the Registrar of Companies, and statements there shall be paid for each such inspection a fee of one registered. dollar; and any person may require a certificate of the registration of a registered partnership, or a copy of or extract from any registered statement, to be certified by the Registrar of Companies, and there shall be paid for such certificate of registration, certified copy, or extract such fees as the Governor-in-Council may appoint, not exceeding $1 for the certificate of registration, and not exceeding forty cents for each folio of seventy-two words.

:

Powers of Governor-in- Council to make rules.

Commence- ment of Ordinance.

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(2.) A certificate of registration, or a copy of or extract from any statement registered under this Ordinance, if duly certified to be a true copy under the hand of the Registrar of Companies or one of the Deputy Registrars (whom it shall not be necessary to prove to be the Registrar or Deputy Registrar) shall, in all legal proceedings, civil or criminal, and in all cases whatsoever, be received in evi- dence.

14. Nothing in this Ordinance shall be taken to affect any debt or liability incurred by a registered firm or a registered partner or hung kú shareholder prior to the date of their respective registrations.

15. The Governor-in-Council may make rules con- cerning any of the following matters -

(a.) The fees to be paid to the Registrar of Companies under this Ordinance so that they do not exceed in the case of the original registration of a limited partnership the sum of twenty dollars and in any other case the sum of three dollars. (b.) The duties or additional duties to be performed by the Registrar of Companies for the purposes of this Ordinance.

(c.) The performance by Deputy Registrars and other officers of acts by this Ordinance required to be done by the Registrar of Companies.

(d.) The forms to be used for the purposes of this

Ordinance.

(e.) Generally the conduct and regulation of registra- tion under this Ordinance and any matters incidental thereto.

16. This Ordinance shall come into operation on the first day of January, 1912.

Memorandum.

The present partnership law, codified in Ordinance No. 1 of 1897, is habitually evaded by respectable and responsible members of the Chinese mercantile community because it runs counter to the essential characteristics of Chinese partnerships. In deciding a case under that Ordinance the Chief Justice said (3 H.K.L.R. 170):--" This is an Ordin- ance passed in 1897 by the local Legislature, and I can only hold, there being no reference from end to end to Chinese customs, that it was the deliberate intention to ignore the Chinese customs of partnership. Whether this was wise or unwise is not for me to say. But I must point out to the Government the extreme danger of reproducing English legislation bodily into the Colonial Statute Book without at least considering the question how it may effect the customs of the large body of Chinese who are legislated for."

The chief characteristics of the present partnership law are the unlimited liability of each partner for the debts of the firm, the dissolution of the partnership upon the death or bankruptcy of any partner, and the limit to the number of partners.

The chief characteristics of a Chinese Partnership are :--

(1.) Each partner is liable to pay out of his priv

property only such proportion of a partnership debt as his share bears to the total of the shares of all the partners. But the partnership as a whole may be sued for the whole debt. (2.) Partnerships do not come to an end on the death of a partner, but the deceased partner's sons are admitted as partners and their father's share is sometimes divided between them and some- times remains intact under the father's tong name, the interest being divided among the

onss.

(3.) Firms may take shares in other firms and there is no limit to the number of persons who may become partners.

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(4.) Shares are frequently held in tong names, names invented by the individual partner for the pur- pose of holding property and, not infrequently, also for the purpose of concealing his identity from the general public.

(5.) Before a dividend is paid out of profits interest on capital, usually at the rate of 10% per annum, is paid to the partners who have subscribed it. (6.) Many firms have, in addition to the partners subscribing capital, a hung kú or red share- holder, a person, usually the promoter or mana- ger, who is given a share though he subscribes no capital. He gets no interest on capital but he shares with the partners the sm plus profit. after interest on capital has been paid. He is not, moreover, liable for the debts of the firm. The objection to the recognition of the first of these characteristics is that unless the unpaid creditor of an insol- vent firm can find and sue every single partner of the debtor firm he cannot hope to be paid in full. But this is not a fatal objection as his position is better than that of the ereditor of an insolvent limite i company who cannot reach the private property of individual shareholders at all.

As to the second characteristic. There seems no reason why the death of a partner should destroy the partnership. In fact in the case of limited partnerships registered under the Imperial Act 7 Ed. VII chap. 21 the death of a limited- partner does not dissolve the partnership. But the death of a partner would result of course, in a change in the pro- portionate interests of the remaining partners in the firm, and the value of the share of the dead partner would have to be paid to his personal representatives. It would be undesirable, if only for fiscal reasons, to recognise the right of sons to take their deceased father's share without taking out Letters of Administration.

As to the third characteristic. There is prin â fuere no reason why a firm should not hold a share in another firm. This can be done subject to one limitation under the present partnership law (see Warner v. Smith 32 L. J. Ch. 573). The limitation is that imposed by section 4 of the Com- panies Ordinance No. 1 of 1865 which provides that no partnership consisting of more than twenty persons may be formed for the purpose of carrying on any business that has for its object the acquisition of gain unless it is registered as a company. A firm is not, like a body corporate, a single entity. It is merely a convenient name for describ- ing a number of individuals who are associated together.. So if firms are allowedin discriminately to take shares in other firms the number of partners in the latter firms would often exceed twenty. The difficulty can be got over by providing that where a firm is registered as a partner it is to be regarded for the purposes of the Ordinance as one person, and by providing that only one of its members should be allowed to interfere in the management of the partnership in which the firm has taken a share.

With regard to the fourth characteristic. It is undesir- able that individuals should hide their identity under tong names. It is submitted that a Chinese partner should be registered either in the first name he receives after birth or in the name he receives when he reaches manhood's estate. A tong name may be registered in addition.

The last two characteristics are typically Chinese and to ignore them in a Bill intended, as far as possible, to give effect to Chinese customs would be measurably to defeat the object of the Bill.

The accompanying Bill embodies the views expre-sed in this memorandam. Registration is voluntary but partners who do not register are subjet to the unlimited liability of the present partnership law. The principles of the new Bill are essentially different from the principles of the Limited Partnership Act 1507 which limits the liability of sleeping partners and which, some day, it may be necessary to introduce into the Colony; but as far as it has been practicable to do so the Bill is modelied on that Act.

C. GRENVILLE ALABASTER,

Attorney General,

:

Short title

tion.

274

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to further amend the Summary

Offences Ordinance, 1845.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as "The Summary and construc- Offences Amendment Ordinance, 1911," and it shall be read and construed as one with the Summary Offences Ordinance 1845, hereinafter called "the Principal Or- dinance", and the Ordinances amending the same.

Repeals sec- tion 11 of

Ordinance

No. 1 of 1845

and substi-

tutes another section therefor.

Penalties for violation of Sections 9 and 10.

2. Section 11 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby repealed and there shall be substituted the following:-

1.-(1.) Every person who violates, disobeys, or fails to comply with any of the provisions of section 9 shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars, besides the expenses of the removal of the building or thing oc- cupied or erected.

(2) Every person who violates, disobeys, or fails to comply with any of the provisions of section 10 shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding five dollars."

Objects and Reasons.

Section 9 of the Principal Ordinance in the Revised Edition was taken from section 20 of Ordinance No. 8 of 1858 and by section 28 of that Ordinance offenders against section 20 were liable to a penalty of fifty dollars besides the expenses of re noval. In the Revised Edition the penalty was, evidently by mistake, changed to five dollars only. This Bill corrects the mistake.

C. G. ALABASTER,

NOTICES.

Attorney General.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

No. S. 95.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

7

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

non of the Health Officer.

Plague.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

21st April, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

T

Short title

tion.

274

A BILL

ENTITLED

An Ordinance to further amend the Summary

Offences Ordinance, 1845.

BE it enacted by the Governor of Hongkong, with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:-

1. This Ordinance may be cited as "The Summary and construc- Offences Amendment Ordinance, 1911," and it shall be read and construed as one with the Summary Offences Ordinance 1845, hereinafter called "the Principal Or- dinance", and the Ordinances amending the same.

Repeals sec- tion 11 of

Ordinance

No. 1 of 1845

and substi-

tutes another section therefor.

Penalties for violation of Sections 9 and 10.

2. Section 11 of the Principal Ordinance is hereby repealed and there shall be substituted the following:-

1.-(1.) Every person who violates, disobeys, or fails to comply with any of the provisions of section 9 shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars, besides the expenses of the removal of the building or thing oc- cupied or erected.

(2) Every person who violates, disobeys, or fails to comply with any of the provisions of section 10 shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding five dollars."

Objects and Reasons.

Section 9 of the Principal Ordinance in the Revised Edition was taken from section 20 of Ordinance No. 8 of 1858 and by section 28 of that Ordinance offenders against section 20 were liable to a penalty of fifty dollars besides the expenses of re noval. In the Revised Edition the penalty was, evidently by mistake, changed to five dollars only. This Bill corrects the mistake.

C. G. ALABASTER,

NOTICES.

Attorney General.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S Department.

No. S. 95.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

7

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 dated

non of the Health Officer.

Plague.

Chefoo, Ching- wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

21st April, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

T

275

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY. (British Section.)

No. S. 96.-It is hereby notified that with a view to reduction of the loss on silver subsidiary coin and to a check being placed on notes received, a change book has been pro- vided at each booking office and passengers are requested to call for and sign such book when tendering notes or dollars in payment of fares.

18th April, 1911.

E. S. LINDSEY,

Chief Resident Engineer.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 97.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Monday, the 8th day of May, 1911, for the erection of an addi- tional storey, new wing. &c., to the Yaumati English School.

No work will be permitted on Sundays.

For form of tender, specification and further particulars apply at this Office.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

W. CHATUAM,

Director of Public Works.

21st April, 1911.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 89.-Notice is hereby given that the Governor-in-Council purposes to make an order under the Highways Ordinance No. 21 of 1910, for stopping up the Queen's Road end of the thoroughfare known as Spring Gardens Lane in the City of Victoria.

Any person objecting to the proposed order shall forward his objection in writing to the Colonial Secretary not later than the 29th day of April, 1911.

  Such objection must state the reasons and specify the property with regard to the -ownership or occupation of which such objection is made and the interest therein of the

objector.

7th April, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Te egraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Ahpoo, Wellington.

Beesing.

Chansoonhing.

Baldwin, Hongkong Hotel.

Gufuktai No. 7 Mali Kewsiong St.

Codrington.

Cohen, Astor House.

Fertilizer.

Gomes Ana, Alice Memerial Maternity.

Hongkong Station, 21st April, 1911.

Hansteel. Harmstons

Loongkee.

Myers. Naylor, Astor.

Sianghwa, Hokchow,

Taikoo Dock.

Voncheegone, 15 Chinyoon St.

J. M. BECK,

Superintendent,

275

KOWLOON-CANTON RAILWAY. (British Section.)

No. S. 96.-It is hereby notified that with a view to reduction of the loss on silver subsidiary coin and to a check being placed on notes received, a change book has been pro- vided at each booking office and passengers are requested to call for and sign such book when tendering notes or dollars in payment of fares.

18th April, 1911.

E. S. LINDSEY,

Chief Resident Engineer.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 97.-It is hereby notified that tenders will be received at the Colonial Secre- tary's Office until Noon of Monday, the 8th day of May, 1911, for the erection of an addi- tional storey, new wing. &c., to the Yaumati English School.

No work will be permitted on Sundays.

For form of tender, specification and further particulars apply at this Office.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.

W. CHATUAM,

Director of Public Works.

21st April, 1911.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. 89.-Notice is hereby given that the Governor-in-Council purposes to make an order under the Highways Ordinance No. 21 of 1910, for stopping up the Queen's Road end of the thoroughfare known as Spring Gardens Lane in the City of Victoria.

Any person objecting to the proposed order shall forward his objection in writing to the Colonial Secretary not later than the 29th day of April, 1911.

  Such objection must state the reasons and specify the property with regard to the -ownership or occupation of which such objection is made and the interest therein of the

objector.

7th April, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Te egraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Ahpoo, Wellington.

Beesing.

Chansoonhing.

Baldwin, Hongkong Hotel.

Gufuktai No. 7 Mali Kewsiong St.

Codrington.

Cohen, Astor House.

Fertilizer.

Gomes Ana, Alice Memerial Maternity.

Hongkong Station, 21st April, 1911.

Hansteel. Harmstons

Loongkee.

Myers. Naylor, Astor.

Sianghwa, Hokchow,

Taikoo Dock.

Voncheegone, 15 Chinyoon St.

J. M. BECK,

Superintendent,

E. V. JESSEN,

Actg.

Superintendent.

276

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Great Northern Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Captain Steam Trawler Gwalia.

Kuecheong

Krongvien.

Leechamp.

Mingkee.

Mrs. Murray Passenger Taiyuan.

Ngsuenched Yingtai Shipeliandler,

Sasaki Hantaro Co. Japanese Consulate. Steamer Hsingshun. Whangpenlee.

0608.

3151. 2006.

4645.

Hongkong Station, 31st March, 1911.

F

S憲 示

工程司漆

曉諭事照得現奉

十七號

本年五月初 " 同內訂明逢禮拜日停工所有投票均在布政司署收截限期收至西歴 督憲札鹊招人投接在油蔴地書院加增樓一層幷建造新樓房一座合

取各票 列低昂任由

八日卽禮片一正午化如欲領投票格式可赴布政使求

二十一日示

國家棄取或總棄不取亦可等因奉此合亟出示籃誰爲此特示

一千九百一十一年

布政司金

曉諭事照得現

+

四月

十九號

示曉諭俾衆週知切切特示 並其中原委及具凛者是否業主或屬租客詳細陳明聽候核奪合行 九日以前稟呈布政司將該街口閉塞後與某屋或某地有何關碍 大道東轉入春園里之處閉塞如有以爲不合欲行柜阻者須于西四 督憲會同議政局擬按一千九百一十年第二十一條例即道路則例將

一千九百一十一年

!

初七日示

E. V. JESSEN,

Actg.

Superintendent.

276

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Great Northern Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Captain Steam Trawler Gwalia.

Kuecheong

Krongvien.

Leechamp.

Mingkee.

Mrs. Murray Passenger Taiyuan.

Ngsuenched Yingtai Shipeliandler,

Sasaki Hantaro Co. Japanese Consulate. Steamer Hsingshun. Whangpenlee.

0608.

3151. 2006.

4645.

Hongkong Station, 31st March, 1911.

F

S憲 示

工程司漆

曉諭事照得現奉

十七號

本年五月初 " 同內訂明逢禮拜日停工所有投票均在布政司署收截限期收至西歴 督憲札鹊招人投接在油蔴地書院加增樓一層幷建造新樓房一座合

取各票 列低昂任由

八日卽禮片一正午化如欲領投票格式可赴布政使求

二十一日示

國家棄取或總棄不取亦可等因奉此合亟出示籃誰爲此特示

一千九百一十一年

布政司金

曉諭事照得現

+

四月

十九號

示曉諭俾衆週知切切特示 並其中原委及具凛者是否業主或屬租客詳細陳明聽候核奪合行 九日以前稟呈布政司將該街口閉塞後與某屋或某地有何關碍 大道東轉入春園里之處閉塞如有以爲不合欲行柜阻者須于西四 督憲會同議政局擬按一千九百一十年第二十一條例即道路則例將

一千九百一十一年

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初七日示

277

A

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY,

Notice of Dividends.

No. 20 of 1910.

Re CHEUNG KAM-SHAN late of No. 40 Hollywood Road, Victoria, in the Colony of Hongkong, deceased.

first and final dividend of $8.15 per cent. in respect of the deceased's personal estate and of $38.65 per cent. in respect of the estate of the Yau On Company have been declared in the above matter.

OTICE is hereby given that the above

No may be received

at 84 Queen's Road West, Victoria aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 26th day of April, 1911, between the hours of 10 a.m, and 4 p.m. and on any subsequent day during office hours.

    Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any bills of exchange or other securities held by them and must sign a receipt in the prescribed form.

Dated this 21st day of April, 1911.

N

The WING SHING CHEUNG and

WONG TONG KEI Firms,

Trustees of the above Estate.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF HONGKONG,

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION,

Action No. 145 of 1909.

Re L. M. ALVARES & Co.

"OTICE is hereby given that this Honour-

able Court has fixed Friday the 30th June. 1911, to be the last day on which claims against the Firm of Messrs. L. M. ALVARES & Co. will be admitted. All claims together with full particulars must be sent to the undersigned on or before the above mentioned date and any claims sent in after the said date will not be recognised.

H. PERCY SMITH,

Chartered Accountant,

5 Queen's Road Central.

Hongkong. 19th April, 1911.

THE YANGTSZE INSURANCE ASSO- CIATION, LIMITED.

A

NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS.

Dividend at the rate of Twenty-five per cent.. being Fifteen Dollars per Share, on the Paid-up Capital of the above Associa- tion, has been declared payable, in Taels at Exchange 73, at the Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China or the Hongkong & Shang- hai Banking Corporation, Shinghai, on and after this date, to Shareholders of Record on the 4th April, 1911.

By Order of the Board of Directors,

W. S. JACKSON, Secretary.

Shanghai, 12th April, 1911.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that DAKIN

BROS., LTD., 82, Middlesex Street, Lon- don, England, have on the 27th day of Feb- ruary. 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

The Trade Mark consists of Two Globes

(or representation of worlds).

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION.

In the Matter of the Companies Or-

linances 1865 to 1890.

and

In the Matter of the KWONG HIP

LUNG COMPANY LIMITED.

in the name of DAKIN BROS., LTD., who claim NOTICE is hereby given that a Petition

to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Preparations in Class 3 but will not be used for Chinese Medicines nor in connec- tion with any medicine got up to resemble Chinese Medicines.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated the 14th day of March, 1911.

DAKIN BROS., LTD..

CHARLES E. WATKINS, Agent.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1999.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that The ASIATIC PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED, car- rying on business at Victoria Hongkong and elsewhere as Oil Merchants and Refiners, have on the 10th day of March, 1911. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Regis- ter of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark-

The representation of a Chinese Lion with

a Globe.

in the name of The ASIATIC PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Kerosine and Kerosine

Class 47.

Products, in

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned. Dated the 24th day of March, 1911,

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings.

Tee House Street,

Hongkong.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909,

Νο

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that The ASIATIC PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED, car- rying on business at Victoria Hongkong and elsewhere as Oil Merchants and Refiners. have on the 6th day of March, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Re- gister of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

The representation of a Fish,

in the name of The ASIATIC PETROLEUM COMPANY, LIMITED, who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Kerosine and Kerosine Products, in

Class 17.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned. Dated this 24th day of March, 1911.

JOHNSON, STOKES & MASTER, Solicitors for the Applicants, Prince's Buildings,

Ice House Street, Hongkong.

for the winding up of the above named Company by the Supreme Court of Hongkong was on the 6th day of April, 1911, presented to the said Court by the Hop Fung Cheung Kee firm of No. 32 Wing On Street Victoria Hong- kong. And that the said Petition is directed to be heard before the Court sitting at Vic- toria in the Colony of Hongkong on Thursday the 11th day of May. 1911, at 10,30 a.m. and any creditor or contributory of the said Com- pany desirous to support or oppose the making of an order on the said Petition may appear at the time of hearing by himself or his Counsel for that purpose and a copy of the Petition will be furnished to any creditor or contributory of the said Company requiring the same by the undersigned on payment of the regulated charges for the same.

Dated the 10th day of April, 1911.

D'ALMADA & SMITH,

Solicitors for Petitioners.

Note-Any person who intends to appear on the hearing of the said Petition must serve on or send by post to the above named notice in writing of his intention so to do. The notice must state the name and address of the firm and must be signed by the person or firm or his or their Solicitor (if any) and must be served or if posted must be sent by post in sufficient time to reach the above named not later than 6 o'clock in the afternoon of the 10th day of May, 1911

THE NATIONAL BANK OF CHINA.

LIMITED.

NOTIOR is hereby given that an Extra-

ordinary General Meeting of the NATIONAL BANK OF CHINA, LINITED, Will be held at St. George's Building, Chater Road. Victoria, Hongkong, on Saturday, the Twenty-fourth day of June. 1911. at 12.30 o'clock p.m.. for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, passing as Extraordinary Resolutions, the following Resolutions, that is to say :--

(1) That the Company by wound-up voluntarily, and that ARTHUR RY- LANDS LOWE, Chartered Accountant, of Thorner's Chombers, Fenchurch Street, London, E.C., and St. George's Building. Hongkong, be and he is hereby appointed Liquidator for the purpose of such winding-up. (2.) That the Liquidator be authorised to pay out of the funds of the Company sum not exceeding $100,000 as compensation to members of the Company's staff.

Should the above Resolutions be passed by the requisite majority, they will be submitted for confirmation as Special Resolutions to a Second Extraordinary General Meeting which. will be subsequently convened,

Dated Fifteenth day of Marchi, 1911.

By Order of the Board,

J. SCOTT HARSTON,

Chairman.

Printed and Published by NORONHA & Co.. Printers to the Hongkong Government,

280

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 98.-Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre- Proclamation No. 1 date:

tion of the Health Officer.

Chefoo, Ching-

Plague.

wang-tao, Dalny and Newchwang.

Do.

Do.

Taku & Tientsin.

Do.

6th May, 1910.

Proclamation No. 2 dated

2nd February, 1911.

Proclamation No. 3 dated 1st March, 1911.

28th April, 1911.

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. S. 99.-It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 6th day of May, 1911.

  The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 5 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lot No. 3364 as a Threshing Floor and Lots Nos. 2331-2336 as Building Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lot 3364 is further subject to special condition No. 1 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

  The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on each of Lots Nos. 2331-2336 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

Boundary Measurements.

Registry No.

Locality.

Contents in Upset

Sq. ft.

Annual

Crown

Price.

N.E. S.W.

S.E. N.W.

Rent.

feet. feet. feet. feet.

Survey District 120. Lot No. 3364.

Sui Mun Tau.

40

40

15

15

600

6

0.06

Survey District 76. Lot No. 2331.

Hung Ling,

33

18

38 12'6"

871

9

2.00

Lot No. 2332.

Do.

30

13

Lot No. 2338.

Do.

24′6′′ 24′6′′ 30

238

29

11

564

6

1.50

30

735

8

2.00

Lot No. 2334.

Do.

11'6" | 11'6"

31

31

356

4 1.00

Lot No. 2335.

Do.

13

13

20

28

28

364

1.00

Lot No. 2336.

Do.

14

14

25

28

28

392

4

1.00

28th April, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Land Officer.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 100.-It is hereby notified that sealed tenders will be received at this Office until Noon of Thursday, the 1st day of June, 1911, for the letting of the old Post Office building from the 1st July, 1911, or so soon thereafter as possession can be given, to the 30th June, 1913, subject to conditions which can be ascertained at this Office.

  Each tender should bear on the cover the words "Tender for Lease of Old Post Office Building" and must be accompanied by a receipt to the effect that the tenderer has deposited in the Colonial Treasury a sum of One thousand Dollars ($1,000) as a pledge of the bond fides of his offer which sum shall be forfeited to the Crown, if the tenderer refuses to carry out his tender and comply with the conditions hereinafter contained, should the tender be accepted.

The Government does not bind itself to accept the highest or any tender.

Forms of tender and further particulars can be obtained from the Director of Public Works.

24th April, 1911.

No. S. 101. It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Departinent, on Monday, the 15th day of May, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements. Contents

No. of Sale.

Registry No.

Locality.

N.

S.

E.

W.

in Sq. ft.

Annual

Rent. Price.

Upset

feet. feet. feet.

feet.

Inland Lot No. 1880.

Adjoining Inland Lot 158′ 6′′, 175′ 48′ 6′′

1878, Bonham Road.

45'

7,500

52

1,500

  No. S. 102.--It is hereby notified that the following Sale of Crown Land by Public Auction, will be held at the Offices of the Public Works Department, on Monday, the 15th day of May, 1911, at 3 p.m.

Full Particulars and Conditions may be obtained at this Office.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOT.

Boundary Measurements.

No.

of

Registry No.

Locality.

Sale.

N.

S.

E.

Contents in Sq. feet.

Annual

Upset

Rent. Price.

W.

2

feet.

feet.

feet. feet.

$

Garden Lot No. 38.

Adjoining Garden Lot 150

192

155'8": 150

No. 2,

25,650 30 (abour).

1,282

Caroline Hill Road.

28th April, 1911.

W. CHATHAM, Director of Public Works.

282

No. S. 103.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

The Coast Inspector, Maritime Customs, Shanghai, reports a Steamer sunk in the following position :-

Elgar Island bearing SSW, distance 4 miles.

HONGKONG, 25th April, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

THE following Telegram has been received from the Coast Inspector, Maritime Customs, Shanghai:-

"Wreck of Meifoo removed."

HONGKONG, 27th April, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N., Harbour Master, &c.

CAUTION.

When Submarines are taking in patrol at the Asiatic Petroleum Company's Wharf at Tai Kok Tsui, a Red Flag will be hoisted at the Flag Staff at pier head also Red Flags will be placed on the Buoys to N. and W. N. W. of such pier.

   No ship, launch or other vessel shall approach this Wharf or within 250 yards of such when the Red Flags are hoisted and all traffic shall pass to the Westward of the Buoys when flying Red Flags.

HONGKONG, 28th April, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

Harbour Master, &c.

CAUTION.

   As Submarines will be constantly exercised in the vicinity of this Port and in view of the difficulty that passing vessels have in observing these Boats, a large Square Red Flag will be displayed from the vessel in company with the Submarines (usually a Destroyer or Gunboat) and this Flag will be flown whenever Submarines are practising in the Waters of the Colony or those adjacent to it.

   The vessel flying the Red Flag should be given a berth of at least one mile. When, however, this from any reason cannot be given, the vessel flying the Red Flag must be ap- proached at a slow speed and a good look out kept for Submarines, until the approaching ship can be warned by word of mouth of the danger zone.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N.,

HONGKONG, 28th April, 1911.

Harbour Master, Sc.

AMOY DISTRICT.

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS No. 63.

Brown's Rock East Buoy.

THE moorings of Brown's Rock East Buoy having carried away, notice is hereby given that temporary ones have been placed in position until such time as new moorings are laid down, of which due notice will be given.

Meanwhile Masters of Vessels are requested to approach the Buoy with caution.

J. BARTON.

Approved:

W. R. M'D. PARR,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, AMOY, 18th April, 1911.

Harbour Master.

!

283

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 8 of 1911.

REFERRING TO Harbour Notification No. 6 of 1911, notice is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Treaty Power Consuls having withdrawn the declaration of infection as regards Tientsin (including Tong Ku) and Chinwangtao, the General Medical Inspection of vessels arriving from any such Ports is discontinued from this date.

The importation of the following articles from the above Ports is, except as provided for in Harbour Notification No. 6 of 1906, still prohibited :---

Rags, old paper, old gunny bags, coffins containing corpses, and earth and mould.

WM. CARLSON,

Harbour Master.

Approved:

H. F. MERRILL,

Commissioner of Customs.

CUSTOM HOUSE, SHANGHAI, 20th April, 1911.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 348.

CHINA SEA.

TSINGTAU.

Bell Buoy Temporarily Removed.

  NOTICE is hereby given that the black Bell Buoy off Taikungtau Reef will be removed at the beginning of May and will be replaced in position about the beginning of June.

This Notice is issued on information received from the Imperial German Government at Tsingtau.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 18th Apri', 1911.

SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 349.

CHINA SEA.

SHANGHAI DISTRICT.

SOUTH CHANNEL ENTRANCE TO THE YANGTZE.

Warning to Outward-bound Vessels.

  NOTICE is hereby given that the South Channel from Blockhouse Buoy to Kiutoan Light-vessel is nowhere less than 1 mile in width. The several Buoys and the Kiutoan Light-vessel, in this part of the South Channel, mark its Northern side, and outward-bound vessels should therefore give these Aids to Navigation a wide berth, in order to allow ample room for the passage of inward-bound vessels.

  This Notice is issued in consequence of complaints that many outward-bound vessels pass close to these Buoys, and thereby are liable to seriously embarrass inward-bound vessels and cause risk of collision.

W. FERD. TYLER,

Coast Inspector.

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 20th April, 1911.

284

SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS, No. 350.

CHINA SEA.

CHEFOO DISTRICT,

Derelict Junk of the N.E. Promontory.

NOTICE is hereby given of the following telegraphic report from Chefoo:-

66

Large water-logged junk reported 5 miles South-east from the North-east Promon-

tory."

COAST INSPECTOR'S OFFICE,

SHANGHAI, 22nd April, 1911.

W. FERD. TYLER, Coast Inspector.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA,

No. 4 of 1911.

GULF ST. VINCENT.

PORT ADELAIDE RIVER.

MASTERS of vessels, pilots, and others are hereby informed that No. 0 green beacon, Port Adelaide River, has been removed, and that the same position is now marked by a buoy painted black, from which a green light is exhibited from sunset to sunrise.

This affects Admiralty Charts 2389A and 1752.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, February 13th, 1911.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Bourd,

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

No. 7 of 1911.

SPENCER GULF.

DANGEROUS REEF LIGHT.

  REFERRING to Notice to Mariners No. 5 of 1911, masters of vessels and others are hereby informed that, on after the night of the 11th instant, a bright light, unwatched, will be shown from an iron pile structure, 35ft. in height, on Dangerous Reef. The light will flash every seven and a half (7) seconds; its focal plane is 50ft. above ordinary sea level, and it will be visible in clear weather all around the horizon for a distance of about 12 miles.

Latitude, 34° 49' S.; longitude, 136° 12' E., approximately,

WINCEBY ISLAND LIGHT.

  Also, that on and after the night of the 15th instant, an unwatched bright light will be shown from an iron pile structure, 20ft. high, surrounded by a close fence, painted white, on Winceby Island. It will flash every two seconds; its focal plane will be 50ft. above ordinary sea level, and it will be visible in clear weather for a distance of about twelve (12) miles all around the horizon.

Latitude, 34° 29' S.; longitude, 136° 17' E., approximately. This affects Admiralty Chart 2389B.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, March 6th, 1911.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Board.

:

285

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Eastern Extension Australasia & China Telegraph Company's Office at Hongkong.

Baldwin, Hongkong Hotel.

Beesing.

Chansoonhing.

Chiachoysum Chunlan.

Chufuktai No. 7 Mah Kewsiong St. Codrington.

Cohen. Astor House.

Gomes Ana, Alice Memorial Maternity. Harmstons

Jaffe, Mrs. 2 McDonnell Road.

Loongkee. Myers. Naylor, Astor.

Quaytek seng Ruc Techontao Saikoi. Sheuhung.

Speidel.

Taikoo Dock. Tinyuen. Tucksbingwao.

Vonchecgone, 15 Chinyoon St.

Hongkong Station 28th April, 1911

J. М. ВЕСК,

Superintendent.

List of Unclaimed Telegrams lying in the Great Northern Telegraph.

Baldwin Passenger Chiyomaru.

Captain Steam Trawler Gwalia.

Coke 44 Nathan Road.

Harne Co. Peak Hotel, Katonwing.

Keechong.

Koliongtjie.

Kuecheong,

Kwangkahing.

Kwongtongtai Kwongyenpong.

Kwongyuen.

Leechamp.

Lockhart Passenger Goeben.

Massey Hongkong Hotel.

Company's Office at Hongkong.

Mingkee.

Mrs. Murray Passenger Taiyuan. Ngsuenchee Yingtai Shipchandler.

Sasaki Hantaro C.o, Japanese Consulate. Steamer Hsingshun.

Suiliong.

Whangpenlee.

0608.

3151. 2006.

4645.

1639. 1139.

3458. 6198.

1311. 5288.

Hongkong Station, 28th April, 1911.

E. V. JESSEN, Actg. Superintendent.

286

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田土廳 華

曉諭事照得現本

督憲札開定於西歴本年五月初六日卽禮拜六日上午十點鐘在大埔 新界田土廳照一千九百零六年第三百六十五號 憲示所列投買總 章程開投建造官地七段以七十五年爲管業之期由一千八百九十八 年七月初一日起期滿則由 皇家再定實地稅續批二十四年至期前 三日止第三千三百六十四號地乃打禾塲地投得之人須照一千 九百零九年第六百九十七號憲示内之額外章程第一款辦理投得第 二千三百三十一號至二千三百三十六號各地之人須照第五款總 章程用銀經營其地估價 至少一百圓等因奉此合亟出示曉諭俾衆週 知爲此特示

玆將該地段形勢開列于左

第一號册錄丈量約份第一百二十號地段三十三百六十四號坐落土 名三門仔東北四十尺西南四十尺東南十五尺西北十五尺共計六百 方尺每年地秘銀六仙股價以六圓爲底

第二號册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十一號坐落土 名孔嶺東北三十三尺西南十八尺東南三十八尺西北十二尺六寸共 計八百七十一方尺每地稅銀二圓投價以九圓爲底

第三號册錄丈量約份第第七十六號地段第二千三百三十二號坐落

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土名孔嶺東北三十尺西南十三尺東南二十九尺西北十一尺共計五 百六十四方尺每年地稅銀一圓五毫投價以六圓爲底

第四號刪錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十三號坐落土 名孔嶺東北二十四尺六寸西南二十四尺六寸東南三十尺西北三十 尺共計七百三十五方尺每年地稅銀二圓投價以八圓爲底

第五册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十四號坐落土 名孔嶺東北十一尺六寸西南十一尺六寸東南三十一尺西北三十一 尺共計三百五十六方尺每年地稅銀一圓 以四圓爲底

第六册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十五號坐落土 名孔嶺東北十三尺西南十三尺東南二十八尺西北二十八尺共計三 百六十四方尺每年地秕銀一圓投價以四圓爲底

第七册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十六號坐落土 名孔嶺東北十四尺西南十四尺東二十八尺西北二十八尺共計 百九十二方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以四圓爲底 一千九百一十一年

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玆將該地段形勢開列于左

第一號册錄丈量約份第一百二十號地段三十三百六十四號坐落土 名三門仔東北四十尺西南四十尺東南十五尺西北十五尺共計六百 方尺每年地秘銀六仙股價以六圓爲底

第二號册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十一號坐落土 名孔嶺東北三十三尺西南十八尺東南三十八尺西北十二尺六寸共 計八百七十一方尺每地稅銀二圓投價以九圓爲底

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第四號刪錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十三號坐落土 名孔嶺東北二十四尺六寸西南二十四尺六寸東南三十尺西北三十 尺共計七百三十五方尺每年地稅銀二圓投價以八圓爲底

第五册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十四號坐落土 名孔嶺東北十一尺六寸西南十一尺六寸東南三十一尺西北三十一 尺共計三百五十六方尺每年地稅銀一圓 以四圓爲底

第六册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十五號坐落土 名孔嶺東北十三尺西南十三尺東南二十八尺西北二十八尺共計三 百六十四方尺每年地秕銀一圓投價以四圓爲底

第七册錄丈量約份第七十六號地段第二千三百三十六號坐落土 名孔嶺東北十四尺西南十四尺東二十八尺西北二十八尺共計 百九十二方尺每年地稅銀一圓投價以四圓爲底 一千九百一十一年

督憲札開定於西歴本年五月十五日即禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 司署開投官地一百如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程司署請示等因 奉此合出示曉諭爲此特示

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該地一段其形勢開列於左

此號地段係册錄內地段第一千八百八十號坐落文咸道附近内地图 第一千八百七十八號該地四至北邊一百五十八尺六寸南邊一百七 十五尺東邊四十八尺六寸西邊四十五尺共計七千五百方尺每年地 稅錢以五十二圓股價以一千五百圓爲底

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該號地段形勢開列於左

此號地係册錄花園地第三十八號坐落加路連山道附近花園地 第二號該地四至北邊一百五十尺南邊一百九十二尺東邊一百五 十五尺八寸西邊一百五十尺共計約二萬五千六百五十方尺每年地 稅銀三十圓股價以一千二百八十二圓爲底

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該地一段其形勢開列於左

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曉諭事照得現奉

督憲札開定於西歴本年五月十五日邬禮拜一日下午三點鐘在工程 司署開投官地一如欲知投賣章程詳細者可赴工程署請示因 奉此合出示曉諭爲比特示

該號地段形勢開列於左

此號地係册錄花園地第三十八號坐落加路連山道附近花園地 第二號該地四至北邊一百五十尺南邊一百九十二尺東邊一百五 十五尺八寸西邊一百五十尺共計約二萬五千六百五十方尺每年地 稅銀三十圓股價以一千二百八十二圓爲底

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In the Matter of SANG CHEONG FAT

LIMITED.

SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS.

Passed the 5th day of April, 1911. Confirmed the 22nd day of April. 1911.

A an Company duty held

Tan Extraordinary General Meeting of

on the 5th day of April, 1911, the following Special Resolutions were duly passed and at a subsequent Extraordinary General Meeting of the members of the said Company also duly held on the 22nd day of April, 1911, the following Resolutions were duly confirmed :- RESOLUTIONS.

(1.) That the Company he wound up

voluntarily.

(2.) That the General Managers Пo Fook

& Co. be appointed Liquidators for

the purpose of such winding-up.

HO POOK & CO.,

General Managers.

Hongkong, 24th April, 1911.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

"OTICE is hereby given that MAJOR AND

   Kingston-upon-Hull (generally called "Hull") Yorkshire, England. Chemical Manufacturers, have on the 24th day of February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :---

SOLIGNUM

in the name of MAJOR AND COMPANY LI- ! MITED of 447 Wincolmlee, Kingston-upon- Hull (generally called Hull Yorkshire, England, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

    The Trade Mark has been used by the Ap- plicants in respect of preparations for the | staining, preserving and arresting the decay of wood, for the preserving of stone and brick- work and for application to damp walls and other structures, in Class 1.

Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicants.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Marks.

NOTIC is that BURGER-

LICHES BRACHAUS in PILSEN BOHE- MIA, BREWERY, a union of citizens of the town of Pilsen enjoying the privilege to be allowed to brew beer and carrying on business under that style at Pilsen have on the 11th day of February, 1911, applied for the regis- tration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

1.

2.

Pilsner Urquell

Urquell

in the name of BURGERLICHES BRAUHAUS in PILSEN BOHEMIA, BREWERY, a union of citizens of the town of Pilsen who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

      The Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants in respect of Beer, in Class 43,

Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

Not asti in the Dependency of Kowloon in the Colony of Houghts, bas on the 7th

OTICE is hereby given that LAM SHU NGAM of No. 535 Shanghai Street, Mongkok,

day of April, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

進廣源財

盛發林店

為雙 貢財

記窕庄字

夏定字

莊角東本 監林

行色選財

製發港住

盛旺粤

布織莊

發各揀

in the name of LAM SHU NGAM who claims to be the proprietor thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicant forthwith in respect of the following goods :-

Linen and hemp piece goods, in Class 27.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 27th day of April, 1911.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is hereby given that Messieurs

MELCHERS & COMPANY of Victoria in

the Colony of Hongkong, have on the 13th day of April, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

嘜皇龍

DENNYS & BOWLEY, Solicitors for the Applicants.

in the

names of HERMANN MELCHERS,

WILKINSON & GRIST, Solicitors for the Applicant.

ADALBERT KORFF, CARL MICHELAU, JOHN BANDOW, GUSTAV FRIESLAND and ADOLF WIDMANN, who claim to be the sole proprie- tors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods :--

Cloths and Stuffs of Wool, Worsted or

Hair, in Class 34.

Dated the 26th day of April, 1911.

DEACON. LOOKER & DEACON, Solicitors for the Applicants.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that MAURICE FRINGS & CO., 131 Rue St. Denis, Paris, France, have on the 8th day of April, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

The Trade Mark consists of two letters

L.V. and a Key,

in the name of MAURICE FRINGS & CO., who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Ap- plicants in respect of Sewing Cotton, in Class 23.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated this 26th day of April, 1911.

MAURICE FRINGS & CO., JOHN MERECKI,

Agent.

289

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

TOTICE is hereby given that LUK WING HANG (7) trading us the LAI SANG Firm () of No. 166 Queen's Road West Victoria Hongkong, Tea Merchant, has on the 6th day of April, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Regis- ter of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

444

記為龍雙

LAI SANG

BES TEA

CONTON

HONG KONG

麻改本有方號客香銀到

香各色名茶

壹盆棧城本 百六在太號 六馬香平在 路港閉磐

1 六門西外東 1號牌營一省

眉水本

各 馳種烏人 名巖龍選 中茶白辦 外已毫武

麗免用號射

貸賜

生魚雙名

目龍色之

混嘜甚徒

1啟之記特

已特冒近 味本貴

·親歷

in the name of LuK Wing HanG trading as the LAI SANG Firm, who claims to be the proprietor thereof,

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicant in respect of the following goods :-

Tea, in Class 42.

     A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 26th day of April, 1911.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF

HONGKONG.

IN BANKRUPTCY.

No. 19 of 1910.

Re The HANG HING Firm.

First Dividend of twenty cents in the Dollar.

A

First Dividend of twenty cents in the Dollar has been declared in the matter of the HANG HING Firm lately carrying on business at No. 37 Queen's Road Central Vie- toria in the Colony of Hongkong as Jewellers and Silver and Goldware Dealers and Silk Merchants, adjudicated Bankrupt on the 16th day of December, 1919, and that the same may be received at the Offices of Messrs, JOHNSON, STOKES and MASTER, Prince's Buildings, Tee House Street, Victoria. Hongkong, on Wed- nesday, the 3rd day of May, 1911, or on any subsequent date during office hours.

    Creditors applying for payment must pro- duce any bills of exchange or other securities held by them; and must sign a receipt in the prescribed form.

Dated this 26th day of April, 1911.

H. J. GEDGE, Trustee.

M"

NOTICE.

R. YEUNG SHUI TING alias YEUNG SHING FUR TONG hereby gives notice that his partnership and interest in the firm of Ah Young and Company, otherwise the Tin Wo Choong Kee firm of No. 1B Queen Victoria Street Hongsong has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The s id firm will heneg- forth be carried on as heretofore by the remaining partners, who will receive all debts and discharge all liabilities.

As witness my hand this 25th day of April, 1911.

WE X&CK 楊瑞庭 又各

J. H. GARDINER, Solicitor for the Applicant. 50 Queen's Road Central,

Hongkong.

The Label consists of a square panel at the foot of which is an inset of pecu- liar design, in which is shown a floral design. In the body of the square panel is shown a square inset in which is depicted a cloud effect, over which the Japanese characters

are printed. translated as "ÕHMI- YO". Along the top of the large panel birds flying are shown, and on the left side the Company's name is printed

in Chinese characters, thus

捲煙草株式會社,

in the mame of the BRITISH CIGARETTE

COMPANY, LIMITED. (a Company registered

under the Laws of Hongkong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai. China. Tobacco Manufac- turers, who claim to be the sole proprietors

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909. thereof.

N

Application for Registration of

a Trade Mark,

OTICE is hereby given that the BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, (a Company registered under the Laws of Hong- kong), of No. 18 Bank Buildings, Hongkong, and No. 22 Museum Road, Shanghai, China, Tobacco Manufacturers, have, on the 11th day of April, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Trade Mark :-

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants forthwith in respect of the following goods : -

Manufactured Tobacco, in Class 45.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong.

Dated this 11th day of April, 1911.

BRITISH CIGARETTE COMPANY, LIMITED, A. HARRISON, Attorney.

1

290

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Νο

In the Matter of the Estate of

B. M. WEATHERWAX late of Victoria in the Colony of Hong-

Application for the Registration of a Series of four Trade Marks,

kong, deceased, NOTICE is hereby given that The Wo LEE Firm (F1 Fll) of No. 33 Yee Wo Street

TICE is hereby given that the Court has, by virtue of Section as of the Probates Ordinance, 1897, (No. 2 of 1897). made an order limiting the time for sending in claims to or against the above estate to the 27th day of May, 1911.

Creditors and claimants are hereby required to send their claims to the undersigned by the above date.

Dated this 25th day of April, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN,

Official Administrator.

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of Three Trade Marks as a Series.

OTICE is hereby given that SHEWAN, TOMES & Co., of St George's Building, Chater Road, Victoria, in the Colony of Hong- kong, General Merchants, have, on the 13th day of March. 1911, applied for the registra- tion in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Marks :-

(1.) The representation of a Phoenix standing upright with wings out-

stretched. On the left of which is a small representation of a fire. Above the said representations are written Semi Oval the words

Kee Chong

6.

Underneath the said representations is written Semi Oval the word "Car-

,

digans' and underneath the word

Cardigans" are written straight the words

Wei San Knitting Co., Ltd."

On the left of the said representations are written the Chinese characters

正羊毛 衫 and on the right of

the said representations are written

the Chinese characters 維新織 造

(2.) Similar representations of the Phe- nix and Fire as above described in (1). Above the said representations

are written Semi Oval the words Kee Chong" and under the said representations is written Semi Oval the word "Sweaters and under the word "Sweaters" are written straight the words "Wei San Knitting Co., Ltd." On the left of the said repre- sentations are witten the Chinese

characters 正羊毛衫 and on

the right of the said representations are written the Chinese characters

維新纖造

.) similar representations of the Phoe- nix and Fire as above described in (1). Above the said representations are written Semi Oval the words Kee Chong" and under the said representations is written Semi Oval the word " Underwear" and under the word "Underwear" are written

the Chinese characters M

造衛生衣裳

as a Series in the name of SHEWAN, TOMES

& Co., who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants for about the last Three years

in respect of the following goods :

Clothes, in Class 38.

The above mentioned Marks are to be asso- ciated as with Trade Mark No. 206 of 1898.

     Facsimiles of the above mentioned Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Regis- trar of Trade Marks at Hongkong, and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 22nd day of March, 1911.

EWENS & HARSTON. Solicitors for the Applicants.

(1)

Victoria in the Colony of Hongkong have, on the 9th day of March, 1911. applied for the registration in Hongkong, in the Register of Trade Marks, of the following Series of Trade Marks :-

庄和錦

東廣

DON 010

100

錦和莊揀選定織

各色布發行

平門外會和盛發

本莊住粵東省太

發太

庄和美

平門外

本莊住粵東省太

各色布發行

美和莊揀選定織

00

00

"

貢和嘉

291

東廣

廣00

00

100

DOC

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

N

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that the CHAN LI CHAI Firm of No. 249 Hollywood

Road, Victoria, Hongkong, have by their application dated the 7th day of March, 1911,

applied for the registration in Hongkong in

the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :-

各色夏布發行 嘉和莊揀選定織

平門外會和盛發

本莊住粵東省太

in the name of the CHAN LI CHA1 Firm whe

claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The said Trade Mark has been used by the

Applicants since February, 1909, in respect of

the following goods :--

Medicated Wine, in Class 3.

Dated the 31st day of March. 1915.

IL K. HOLMES, Solicitor for the Applicantx. 54 Queen's Load Central, Hongkong.

庄貢和濟

東廣

00

O

DO

DON

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of aTrade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given, that LAM CHIU

NOI

YING. trading as LAM TAISHING of No. 37, Des Voeux Road West Victoria Hong- kong, Merchant, has on the 11th day of February, 19ļ1. applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :---

濟和莊揀選定織

各色島布發行

=

in the name of The Wo

LEE Firm aforesaid who claim to be the proprietors thereof.

The said Series of Trade Marks have been used by the Applicants since the year 1890 in respect of the following goods :-

Linen and Hemp Piece Goods, in Class 27.

     Facsimiles of the said Series of Trade Marks can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 23rd day of March, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS,

Solicitors for the Applicants, S, Des Voeux Road Central, Hongkong.

in the name of LAM CHIU YING trading as LAM TAI SHING who claims to be the pro- prietor thereof.

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicant in respect of the following goods: :- Fermented liquors and spirits in Class 43.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks of Hongkong and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated the 20th day of February, 1911.

J.H.GARDINER, Solicitor for the Applicant, 50, Queen's Road Central,

Hongkong.

平門外會和盛發

本莊住粵東省太

292

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

NOTICE is giveonty of Hongkong Hardware Merchants have on the 21st day of

OTICE is hereby given that The CHUN LOONG Firm of No. 168 Queen's Road Central

     February, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE, 1909.

Application for Registration of a Trade Mark.

"OTICE is hereby given that The HANG

NOTIO

FONG Firm of No. 189 Des Voeux Road Central Victoria in the Colony of Hong. kong Tea Merchants have on the 8th day of March, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :--

『記為虎金

行洋狄邊

in the name of The CHUN LOONG Firm aforesaid who claim to be the sole proprietors

thereof.

       The said Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants since the year 1906 in respect of the following goods :-

Metal Goods, in Class 13.

       Facsimiles of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the undersigned.

Dated this 20th day of March, 1911.

THE TRADE MARKS ORDINANCE. 1909.

Application for Registration of Trade Mark.

OTICE is hereby given that Messrs.

NOTHMAN & COMPANY, carrying on

business at Victoria in the Colony of Hong- kong and elsewhere as Merchants, have, on the 18th day of January, 1911, applied for the registration in Hongkong in the Register of Trade Marks of the following Trade Mark :---

The Chinese characters

with their English equivalents Tai-Ping,

in the name of GILMAN & COMPANY, who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof,

|

HASTINGS & HASTINGS,

Solicitors for the Applicants,

8. Des Voeux Road Central,

Hongkong,

The Trade Mark has been used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods, in Classes 24, 34 and 50:-

Cotton piece goods of all kinds. Cloths and stuffs of wool, worsted, or hair. Umbrellas and other goods not mentioned

in other classes.

A facsimile of the Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks, Hongkong, and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 20th day of February, 1911.

WILKINSON & GRIST, 9, Queen's Road Central, Solicitors for the Applicants.

芳囊 R

in the name of The HANG FONG Firm aforesaid who claim to be the sole proprietors thereof.

The Trade Mark is intended to be used by the Applicants in respect of the following goods:

Tea, in Class 42.

Facsimiles of the said Trade Mark can be seen at the Office of the Registrar of Trade Marks and also at the Office of the under- signed.

Dated the 18th day of March, 1911.

HASTINGS & HASTINGS,

Solicitors for the Applicants, 8. Des Voeux Road Central, Hongkong.

THE

HONGKONG GOVERNMENT GAZETTE".

SUBSCRIPTION:

Per annum (payable in advance), Half year, Three months,

$18.00

(do.), (do.),

10.00

6.00

Terms of Advertising: For 5 lines and under, ...$1.00 Each additional line, .$0.20 Repetitions, ......Half price.

for 1st insertion.

Advertisements should be sent in not later than 3 P.M. on Thursdays.

Frinted and Published by NORONHA & Co., Printers to the Hongkong Government.

294

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 104. Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre-

non of the Health Officer.

Proclamation No. 1 dated

6th May, 1910.

No. S. 105.-Returns of the Average Amount of BANK NOTES in Circulation and of Specie in Reserve in Hongkong, during the month ended 30th April, 1911, as certified by the Managers of the respective Banks.

BANKS.

AVERAGE AMOUNT.

SPECIE IN RESERVE.

$5

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China,

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,

National Bank of China, Limited,

5th May, 1911.

5,624,339 4,000,000

13,492,750

9,000,000

24,815

Nil.

TOTAL,

19,141,904

13,000,000

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 106. It is hereby notified that ships conveying Chinese Passengers, under the provisions of the Chinese Emigration Ordinance, 1889, will not be allowed to carry them on the upper or weather deck, between the 1st of June and the 15th October inclusive.

3rd May, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITB, Commander, R.N., Emigration Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. S. 107. It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 13th day of May, 1911.

The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lot No. 32A as a Grave Lot, Lot No. 1158 as a Building Lot, and Lots Nos. 50, 113, 246, 1741 and 1742 as Agricultural Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lots Nos. 50, 113, 246, 1741 and 1742 are further subject to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

294

NOTICES.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 104. Statement of Sanitary Measures adopted by Hongkong.

Disease.

Port or Place.

Restrictions in Force.

Authority.

Cholera.

Bangkok.

Medical examination; quarantine at the discre-

non of the Health Officer.

Proclamation No. 1 dated

6th May, 1910.

No. S. 105.-Returns of the Average Amount of BANK NOTES in Circulation and of Specie in Reserve in Hongkong, during the month ended 30th April, 1911, as certified by the Managers of the respective Banks.

BANKS.

AVERAGE AMOUNT.

SPECIE IN RESERVE.

$5

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China,

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation,

National Bank of China, Limited,

5th May, 1911.

5,624,339 4,000,000

13,492,750

9,000,000

24,815

Nil.

TOTAL,

19,141,904

13,000,000

C. CLEMENTI,

Colonial Secretary.

HARBOUR MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

No. S. 106. It is hereby notified that ships conveying Chinese Passengers, under the provisions of the Chinese Emigration Ordinance, 1889, will not be allowed to carry them on the upper or weather deck, between the 1st of June and the 15th October inclusive.

3rd May, 1911.

C. W. BECKWITB, Commander, R.N., Emigration Officer.

LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.

  No. S. 107. It is hereby notified that the following Sales of Crown Land by Public Auction will be held at the District Land Office, Tai Po, at 10 a.m., on Saturday, the 13th day of May, 1911.

The Lots are sold for the term of Seventy-five years from the 1st day of July, 1898, with the right of renewal for a further term of 24 years less 3 days at a re-assessed Crown Rent, Lot No. 32A as a Grave Lot, Lot No. 1158 as a Building Lot, and Lots Nos. 50, 113, 246, 1741 and 1742 as Agricultural Lots subject to the General Conditions of Sale published in Government Notification No. 365 of 1906. Lots Nos. 50, 113, 246, 1741 and 1742 are further subject to special conditions Nos. 1, 2 and 3 published in Government Notification No. 697 of 1909.

The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on Lot No. 1158 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

! Boundary Measurements.

Contents in

Annual

Sq. feet

Upset

Crown

Price.

E.

W.

or Acres.

Rent.

Registry No.

Locality.

Ν.

Survey District 7.

Lot No. 1741.

Tai Hang San Wai. ̧)

02 Acre.

3%

.02

Lot No. 1742.

Do.

*06

7

.06

"

Survey District 213.

Lot No. 50.

Lung Mi.

As per plan attached.

*34

88

.34

""

Lot No. 113.

Do.

⚫50

55

.50

Lot No. 246.

Do.

•17

19

.17

N.

S.

E.

W.

Survey District 115. Lot No. 1158.

feet.

feet.

feet.

feet.

Un Long Market.

35

35

11

11

385 sq. ft.

1.00

Survey District 445. Lot No. 32A.

Ia Kwai Chung.

15

15

20

20

300

3

.50

>>

5th May, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 103. The following List of Ambulances and Dead Vans is published for general information :-

STATIONS.

Cattle Depot, Kennedy Town, Pokfulam Road, Stable,

Government Civil Hospital, Tung Wah Hospital,

Disinfecting Station, Hongkong, New Western Market,

No. 6 Police Station, Peak,

No. 5 Police Station,...

Central Police Station,

Wheeled Carrying Chair

Am-

Am-

Am- bulances. bulances. bulances.

Single Duble

Infants'

Dead

Dead

Dead

Van.

Van.

Van.

--

1

Supreme Court,

City Hall,

Seamen's Institute,.

1

Wanchai Matshed,

No. 1 Police Station,..

Race Course,

1

Bay View Police Station,

1

Disinfecting Station, Kowloon,

6

Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station,

2

Tai Po Police Station,

Aberdeen Police Station,

Shaukiwan Police Station,

...

Stanley Police Station,

1

Sham Shui Po Police Station,

Kowloon City Police Station,

Total,

34

6

1

1

5

1

1

1

1

...

2

2

1

1

17

5

* There are also two single carrying dead boxes and one infant carrying dead box at this Station for use on the Harbour.

5th May, 1911.

E. D. C. Wolfe,

Head of the Sanitary Department.

The amount to be spent in rateable improvements on Lot No. 1158 under the General Condition No. 5 is $100.

PARTICULARS OF THE LOTS.

! Boundary Measurements.

Contents in

Annual

Sq. feet

Upset

Crown

Price.

E.

W.

or Acres.

Rent.

Registry No.

Locality.

Ν.

Survey District 7.

Lot No. 1741.

Tai Hang San Wai. ̧)

02 Acre.

3%

.02

Lot No. 1742.

Do.

*06

7

.06

"

Survey District 213.

Lot No. 50.

Lung Mi.

As per plan attached.

*34

88

.34

""

Lot No. 113.

Do.

⚫50

55

.50

Lot No. 246.

Do.

•17

19

.17

N.

S.

E.

W.

Survey District 115. Lot No. 1158.

feet.

feet.

feet.

feet.

Un Long Market.

35

35

11

11

385 sq. ft.

1.00

Survey District 445. Lot No. 32A.

Ia Kwai Chung.

15

15

20

20

300

3

.50

>>

5th May, 1911.

G. H. WAKEMAN, Land Officer.

SANITARY DEPARTMENT.

  No. S. 103. The following List of Ambulances and Dead Vans is published for general information :-

STATIONS.

Cattle Depot, Kennedy Town, Pokfulam Road, Stable,

Government Civil Hospital, Tung Wah Hospital,

Disinfecting Station, Hongkong, New Western Market,

No. 6 Police Station, Peak,

No. 5 Police Station,...

Central Police Station,

Wheeled Carrying Chair

Am-

Am-

Am- bulances. bulances. bulances.

Single Duble

Infants'

Dead

Dead

Dead

Van.

Van.

Van.

--

1

Supreme Court,

City Hall,

Seamen's Institute,.

1

Wanchai Matshed,

No. 1 Police Station,..

Race Course,

1

Bay View Police Station,

1

Disinfecting Station, Kowloon,

6

Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station,

2

Tai Po Police Station,

Aberdeen Police Station,

Shaukiwan Police Station,

...

Stanley Police Station,

1

Sham Shui Po Police Station,

Kowloon City Police Station,

Total,

34

6

1

1

5

1

1

1

1

...

2

2

1

1

17

5

* There are also two single carrying dead boxes and one infant carrying dead box at this Station for use on the Harbour.

5th May, 1911.

E. D. C. Wolfe,

Head of the Sanitary Department.

296

No. S. 109.

NOTICES TO MARINERS.

CAUTION.

  All junks and other Chinese craft are warned against crossing or passing close to any Submarine Boat when under weigh as these Submarines have a large part of their hull sub- merged so to avoid collision which would be fatal to any junk colliding. A safe distance from them must be kept.

C. W. BECKWITH, Commander, R.N. Harbour Master, &c.

HONGKONG, 1st May, 1911.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

No. 9 of 1911.

SOUTH PACIFIC OCEAN.

MASTERS of vessels and others are hereby informed that a report has been received from the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia that the master of the S.S. Providence, when on a voyage from Newcastle, New South Wales, to Suva, passed over discolored water, which he believes covers an uncharted bank, in lat. 21° 31' S., long. 176° 36′ E. The sup- posed bank seemed to run in an E.N.E. and W.S.W. direction.

This affects Admiralty Chart 2683.

Marine Board Offices, Port Adelaide, March 25th, 1911.

ARTHUR SEARCY, President of the Marine Board,

HARBOUR NOTIFICATION.

No. 4 of 1911.

REFERRING to Harbour Notification No. 2 of 1911, notice is hereby given that the Superintendent of Customs and the Treaty Power Consuls having withdrawn the declaration of infection as regards Newchwang, Chinwantao, Tientsin, Dairen and Chefoo, the General Medical Inspection of vessels arriving from these ports is to be discontinued from the 29th April, 1911.

The importation, however, of the following articles from the above named ports is still provisionally prohibited :-

Rags, old paper, old

gunny bags, earth, mould, and coffins containing corpses.