Hongkong Directory 1882





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ADAMSON BELL & CO

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ARNHOLD KARBERG &Co

BIRLEY & C

BORNEO C?

BRANDAO & C°

BUTTERFIELD & SWIRE

CARLOWITZ & C?

CHINA MERCHANT S.K.C

F. DECENAER

X

DUNN, MELBYE & CO

EASTERN LAUSTRALIAN

CIBB LIVINGSTON & Co

CILMAN & CO

HOLLIDAY WISE & Co

S C°

X

HONGKONG, CANTON, MACAO STEAMBOAT C

MITSU BISHI MAIL

S.S CO

THOS HOWARD & CO JARDINE MATHESON

LANDSTEIN & CO

LANE CRAWFORD &

D.LAPRAIK & C°

+

MM

J LEMBKE & Co

LINSTEAD & DAVIS

MACEWEN FRICKEL & C°

G. MY BAIN

MELCHERS & C°

MESSAGERIES MARITIMES

MEYER & CO

ID.MUSSO & Co

NORTON & C°

OCCIDENTAL & ORIENTAL C!

P.M.$. S. Co

& OSN.CO

PUSTAU & CO

JJ DOS REMEDIOS & C?

REMEDIOS & C°

ROZARIO & C°

RUSSELL & C°

D.SASSOON SONS & CY

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ED SCHELLHASS & Co.

ASSEN & CO

TURNER & Co

VOGEL & CO

WIELER & CO

GEO.R.STEVENS & CO

English

Mail

9 Shles

French Ship

28

Miles

Sb #

| Steamer

American

Mail

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United States Corrette

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·Anglo-Chinese Calendar for 1882.

BEING XLV & XLVI OF QUEEN VICTORIA,

VII. of Kwang-sü, being San-tsz, or the 18th Fear of the Cycle, and VIII. of Kwang-si, being Yam-'ng, or the 19th Year of the Cycle.

午壬次歲年八緒光至巳辛次歲年七緒光

JANUARY.

(31 Days.)

FEBRUARY.

(28 Days.)

MARCH.

APRIL.

MAY.

JUNE.

JULY.

AUGUST.

SEPTEMBER.

OCTOBER.

NOVEMBER.

DECEMBER.

(31 Days.)

(30 Days.)

(31 Days.)

(30 Days)

(31 Day 3.)

(31 Days.)

(30 Days.)

(31 Days.)

(30 Days.)

(31 Days.)

DAYS

of the

WEEK

DATE.

11 & 12

MOON.

DAYS

of the

WEEK

x112 Wed.

13 Thur.

14 Fri.

15 Sat.

16. $. 5 17 Mon.

DATE.

12 & 1

MOON.

DAYS

of the

WERK

XII 13

Wed.

14 Thur.

of the

WERK

I 12 Sat.

13 S.

DATE.

1 & 2

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DAYS

DATE.

2 & 3

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DAYS

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6 Thur. 23

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· Anglo-Chinese Calendar for 1882.

BEING XLV & XLVI OF QUEEN VICTORIA,

VII. of Kwang-sü, being San-tsz, or the 18th Year of the Cycle, and VIII. of Kwang-sü, being Yam-'ng, or the 19th Year of the Cycle.

午壬次歲年八緒光至巳辛次歲年七緒光

JANUARY.

(31 Days.)

FEBRUARY.

(28 Days.)

MARCH.

APRIL.

MAY.

JUNE.

JULY.

AUGUST.

SEPTEMBER. OCTOBER.

NOVEMBER.

DECEMBER.

(31 Days.)

(30 Days.)

(31 Days.)

(30 Days.)

(31 Day3.)

(31 Days.)

(30 Days.)

(31 Days.)

(30 Days.)

(31 Days)

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WEEK

DATE.

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DAYS

DATE.

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THE CALENDAR FOR 1882.

Adjustment of the Calendar.

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

From him it was called the Julian Year, and it continued in general use till the year 1582, when Pope Gregory XIII. undertook to rectify the error which then existed between the Julian year of 365 days and the solar year of 365-2422013 days. At that time the difference amounted to ten days; he accordingly commanded the ten days between the 4th and 15th October in that year to be struck out, so that the 5th day was called the 15th. This alteration has been introduced throughout Europe, except in Russia and by the Greek Church, and the year was afterwards called the Gregorian Year, or New Style.

    In England the method of reckoning after the New Style was not admitted into the Calendar till the year 1722, when the error amounted to nearly eleven days, which were taken from the month of September, by calling the 3rd of that month the 14th, and it was settled by Act of Parliament (24 Geo. II., 1751), that the years 1800, 1900, 2100, 2200, 2300, and every hundredth year of our Lord which shall happen in time to come, shall be computed as each consisting of 365 days only, excepting every fourth hundredth year, whereof the year 2009 should be the first.

By the same Act of Parliament the legal beginning of the year was changed from the 25th of March to the 1st of January, so that the succeeding mouths of January, February, and March up the 24th day, which by the Old Style would have been reckoned part of the year 1762, were accounted as the three first months of 1763,

which is the reason we sometimes meet with such a date as :-

March 10th, 1774-75.

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

Golden Number..

Epact.....

Solar Cycle

2

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11 Roman Indiction

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

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

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

The Julian period contains 7980 years, and arises from multiplying together 28 19, and 15, being the Cycles of the Sun, Moon, and Indiction. This was contrived by Joseph Juste Scaliger, in 1583, for Chronological purposes, and is assumed as a fixed Era in calculations by all Astronomers and Chronologers throughout the Christian world. Its beginning is placed 710 years before the usual date of the creation of the world, or 4714 before the commencement of the Christian Era.

TIME.

DAYS.

A Solar (average) day is...

A Sidereal day is

A Lunar (average) day is

An average Tidal day is

Hrs. Min. Sec.

24 00 0·00

24 06 4:09

24 52 0·00 24 48 0·00

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ECLIPSES-FESTIVAL DAYS.

A Lunar sidereal mouth is.

""

synodic

"

tropical

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anomalistic

""

""

nodal

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MONTHS.

Moon's inclination to the Ecliptic.

Excentricity

Distance from the earth in radii..

The anomalistic year is.

A sidereal year is.

...

A common, or tropical year, is

··

A lunar year is

YEARS.

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Days. Hrs.

Min.

Sec.

27 7

43

11.5

29 12 44

2.87

27 7 43 4.7

27 13

18 37:4

27 5

5 36.

00

50 8 47.9

0.0548442

60.67

Days. Hrs.

Min.

Sec.

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6

13

49.3

365

9

13.7

.365

5

48

49.7

364

8

48

34.44

ECLIPSES IN 1882.

     In the year 1882 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun and none of the Moon, but a Transit of Venus.

     I.-May 17th.-A Total Eclipse of the Sun, visible as a Partial Eclipse at Greenwich, begins in long. 14 deg, 35 min. E. and lat. 4 deg. 6 min. N. of Greenwich at 4h. 52m. a.m., and ends at 10h. 20m. a.m. in long. 120 deg. 33 min. E. and 19 deg. 1 min. N., visible acrose Central Africa, North Arabia, Northern India, and Chinese Empire; visible at Greenwich 6h. 10m. to 7h. 23m.

a.m.

     II.-November 10th, 11th.-An Annular Eclipse, invisible at Greenwich, begins in long. 141 deg. 15 min. E. and lat. 2 deg. 38 min. N. of Greenwich at Sh. 22m. p.m., and ends in long. 123 deg. 5 min. W. and lat. 17 deg. 6 min. S. at 2h. 22m. a.m. on November 11th.

     III. December 6th.-Transit of Venus across the Sun's disc, partly visible at Greenwich, External contact at ingress, Ib. 56m.; internal contact at ingress, 2h. 17m.; internal contact at egress. 7h. 52m.; external contact at egress, Sh. 12m.; mean time at Greenwich.

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

weeks after.

FIXED AND MOVEABLE FESTIVALS, ANNIVERSARIES,

Epiphany

Septuagesima Sunday....

...Jan. 6 ¦ Ascension Day; Holy Thursday, May 18

Quinquagesima--Shrove Sunday...Feb. 19 | Pentecost--Whit Sunday,

1st Sun. in Lent

May 24 . May 28

.June 4

June 8

ETC., ETC.

Feb. 5

Birth of Queen Victoria

Ach Wednesday

Feb. 22

Trinity Sunday..

·

Feb. 26

Corpus Christi......

Mar. 1

Mar. 17

Accession of Queen Victoria. Proclamation

· •

·

..June 20

June 21

..Mar. 25

April 2

St. Michael-Michaelmas Day

..Sept. 29

April 7

Birth of Prince of Wales

Nov. 9

·

.April 9

St. Andrew

Nov. 30

April 16

1st Sunday in Advent

..

Dec. 3

April 23

St. Thomas

.Dec. 21

.May 14

Christmas Day

St. David

St. Patrick

Palm Sunday

Annunciation-Lady Day

Good Friday..

Easter Sunday

Low Sunday

St. George Regation Sunday

St. John Bapt.-Midsum. Day..June 24

.Dec. 25

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LAW AND UNIVERSITY TERMS, 1882-JEWISH CALENDAR.

LAW AND UNIVERSITY TERMS, 1882.

BEGINS.

ENDS.

OXF. ACT, JULY 4. BEGINS.

ENDO.

January 11

April 5

Lent

January 14 April

1

April 11

May

26

Easter

May

80

August

Trinity

November 2

December 21

Michaelmas

April 12 May 26 May 27 July

October 11

December 17

LAW.

Hilary

Easter

Trinity

Michaelmas

CAM. COM. JUNE 20.

Lent

Easter

Michaelmas

BEGINS.

DIVIDES.

ENDS.

January 13

Feb. 20, noon

March

31

April October

14

May 16, noon

June

16

Nov. 8, noon

December 16

5

1882.

JEWISH CALENDAR.

5642.

1882. Jan. 1,

5612.

1882.

6642.

Fast of Tebet....

Tebet 10

July 25,

Tu

Fast of Ab....................

Ab

9

"

21,

New Moon

.Sebat 1

Aug. 18,

W

New Moon

Elul 1

  Feb. 20, Mar. 2,

M

New Moon.

Adar 1

Th

Fast of E-ther.......

5, 6,

SM

Purim

??

"

21, Tu

New Moon

11 14, 15 Nisan 1

Sept. 14,

Th

New Year

6643. ...Tisri 1

"

17,

S

Fast of Guedaliah

4

"

April 4, 5,

Tu W

Passover

", 15, 18

23, S

Kipur.

10

n

20,

Th

May 3,

W

"

7.

19,

"2

24, 25, W Th

June 18, S

Now Moon

Second Passover

33 of the Homer

New Moon

Tiar 1

"

28, 29,

Th F

Tabernacle

>>

16, 16

14

Oct.

4,

W

Hosana Raba....

ધ્રા

""

18

6, 6,

Th F

Feast of the 8th Day

22, 23

"

New Moon

Sivan

""

14,

New Moon

"

................................ Hesvan 1

Sebuot

"

6,7

Nov. 12,

$

New Moon

.Tamuz 1

Dec. 6,

W

July

"

-

4. Tu 17, M

Fast of Tamuz New Moon

17

Ab ́

32

"

11,

M

Hanuca New Moon

..་....་བ་་ ་་་་

25

................Tebet 1

20,

W

Fast of Tebet

10

11

Prince Consort, born

Queen Victoria,

1819, died Dec. 14, 1881.

Princess Royal..

(Married January 25, 1858, to Crown Prince Frederic's Wil- liam of Prussia) 9 chld.

Prince of Wales

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

born Dec. 1. 1344.) Issue:- Their son, Prince Albert Victor

Christian Edward... ...Jan. 8, 1861 Their son, Prince George Fred.

Ernest Albert

June 3, 1865

Their da., Prs. Louise Victoria

Alexandra Dagmar. Feb. 20, 1867

Their da., Prs. Victoria Alex.

Oiga Mary.

Their da., Pis. Maud Char-

lotte Mary Victoria, Nov. 28, 1869

Princess Alice Maud M、 v.. Ap.25, 1843

(Married July 1, 1862, to Prince

Louis of Hessc, died Dec. 14.

1878) 7 cbld.

May 24, 1819 Aug. 26,

83 yrs.

BIRTHDAYS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY.

Date of Birth and Age of each in 1882.

Prince Alfred Enst. Albert (Duke

of Edinburgh).

Grand Duchess Marie Alex-

Aug. 6, 1844

38 yrs.

(Married, January 23, 1874, to

Nov. 21, 1840

42

androvna of Russia) 1 child. Princess Helena Augusta Victoria

.Nov. 9, 1841

41

stein) 5 children.

1 1 19

18

17

Princess Louise of Prussia).

July 6, 1968

14

bert (Duke of Albany) April 7, 1863

29

""

Princess Beatrice Mary Vict. Feodore

13

1

2

'Duke of Cumberland

April 14, 1857 Sept. 21, 1845

37

Duchess

Duke Cambridge

Duchess of Teck

Cambridge..

.Mar. 26, 1819 63 ..July 26, 1797

Duchess of Mecklenburg.

July 19, 1822

.Nov. 27, 1833

49

68*24*

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99

85

"

May 25, 1846

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

Princess Louise Caroline Alberta

March 18, 1848 34 "

(Married March 21, 1871, to Mar-

qu's of Lorne).

Prince Arthur William Patrick Al-

bert (Duke of Connaught).....May 1, 1850 | 32 (Married March 13, 1979, to

Prince Leopold George Duncan Al-

36

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THE CALENDAR FOR 1882.

JANUARY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

(For Civil Mean Time at Hongkong.)

d. h.

Full Moon

4

m. SPC.

6 34

d. h. m. sec.

43 A.M. [ New Moon 20 00

11

38 A.M.

Last Quarter 12

11 23 41

A.M.

First Quarter 26 03 20 44 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

11th 12th

WEEK. | MONTH MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Sun.

1

12

1st after Christmas, Hliogo and Osaka opened, 1868.

Russia opened, 1872.

Overland Telegraph through

Mon.

Tues.

2 3

13

14

Wed.

15

Great Fire at Tokio, 1870.

Thur.

16

Frid.

17

Sat.

7

18

Sun.

8

19

Mon.

9

20

Tues. 10

21

Wed.

11

22

Thur. 12

23

Frid.

13 24

Sat.

14

25

Sun. 15

26

Mon. 16

27

Tues. 17

28

Wed. 18

29

Thur. 19

30

Frid. 20

Sat.

21

Sun. 22

Mon. 23

4

Tues. 24

5

Wed. 25

6

Thur.

26

7

Frid. 27

8

Sat.

28

9.

Sun. 29

10

Mon. 30

11

Tues. 31

12

The Emperor Kang-hi sends as his Envoy to the Pope the Jesuit Father Bouvet, 1706.

Imperial Decree disga " "ing Ch'ung How issued, 1880.

Lin Teihsu appointed Commissioner, 1839. Li Sing-yuen appointed Imperial Commis-

sioner in Kwangsi. 1851.

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

Yeh captured, 158.

Commissioner

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

Forts at Chuenpi taken with great slaughter, 1841.

1st after Epiphany. Ice one-fourth inch thick at Canton, 1852. Gunner of the " Lady Hughes" strangled at Canton, 1785. Execution of Li Yung-choi, the rebel leader in Kwangsi, 1890.

Murder of Mr. Holworthy at the Peak 1969. Marriage of the Mikado of Japan, 1869.

Mandarins from an English resident -in

Seamen's Church, West Point, opened,

Several chests of Opium forcibly taken by the

Canton, 1838,

Sir R. Alcock left Hongkong for England, 1870.

1872.

Tung-chi, Emperor of China, died, in the nineteenth year of his age, 1875. Ki-ying, Viceroy of Kvang-tung and Kwang-si, issues a proclamation recommending moderation in dealing with foriguers, and intiuating the int ution of opening up Can. ton according to the Treaties, 1546.

Secretary of American Legation murdered at Tokio, 1871.

2nd after Epiphany. Bread poisoning in Hongkong, by Chinese baker Alum, 1857. H.I.H. the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia returned to Hongkong from Nagasaki, 1873. Meeting of Shanghai,

Steam Navigation Company at which it was resolved to sell ships and plant to China Merchants' Company, 1877. Total loss of the E. & A. M. steamer "* Singapore" off the Cumberland Islands, 1877.

Great Gunpowder explosion in Hongkong harbour, 1867.

Elliot and Kishen treaty, ceding Hongkong, 1841. Sailors' Home at Hongkong formally opened, 1863. The "Frederic" burnt by the Coolies, 1870. Chung How and Suite returned to China from France, 1972.

Steamer "Corea" lost on her voyage to Yokohama, 1887. Sir Edmond Head died, 1888, Attack on Lieut. Kerr and the boat of the "Cockchafer" at Swatow, 1869. British barque "Chinaman run into by steamer "Craiglands" when at anchor at the mouth of the Yangtze, and sunk; seven lives lost, 1881.

"

3rd after Epiphany. The Chinese Ambassadors arrived in London, 1877. Mr. Ng Choy

appointed member of Legislative Council, Hongkong, 1880.

P. & O. steamer "Niphon," lost off Amoy, 1888.

Matheus Ricci, the Jesuit Missionary, enters Peking, 1601. 25. Porvette "Oneida" lost

through collision with P. & O, steamer "Bombay," near Yok *amų. 1870.

Instructions from Lord Palmer ton to Lord Napier, superintendent of British Trade in China, 1834. Hongkong taken possession of, 1841. Št. Paul's Church at Macao burnt, 1835. Terrific fire at Tokio: 10,000 houses destroyed and many lives lust, 1881. Establishment of Amoy Chamber of Commerce, 1876.

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

4th after Epiphany Decree from Yang-ching forbidding, under pain of death, the pro-

pagation of the Christian faith in China, 1733. Loss of steamer " Suwonada," 1872. Lord Saltoun left China with $3,000,000 ransom money, 1846. H.I.H. the Grad

Duke Alexis left for Manila, 1873.

First arrival of the " Colorado" from San Francisco, 1667. Loss of the C. M. Co.'s str.

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

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JANUARY-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 8 days, 11 hours, a.M. PERIGEE, 20 days, 8 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

Maximum....

Minimum

Maximum.

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

11th&12th

WEEK, MONTH. MOONS.

Sun.

Mon.

Tues.

1 2 3

12

13

14

Wed.

4

15

Thur.

5

16

Frid.

6

17

Sat.

7

18

Sun.

8

19

Mon.

9

20

Tues.

10

21

Wed.

11

22

Thur.

12

23

Frid.

13

24

Sat.

14

25

Sun.

15

26

Mon.

16

27

Tues. 17

28

Wed. 18

29

Thur. 19

30

Frid.

20

1

Sat.

21

2

Sun.

22

3

Mon. 23

4

Tues. 24

5

Wed. 25

6

Thur.

26

7

Frid.

27

8

Sat.

28

9

Sun. 29

10

Mon. 30

11

Tues.

31

12

1881.

69 44

Maximum.

71

Minimum

.51

BAROMETER, 1881.

..30.450

Minimum...

..30.128

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THE CALENDAR FOR 1882.

FEBRUARY-28 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

m. sec.

d. h. m. sec.

Full Moon

-3

13

34 35

P.M.

New Moon 18 10 25

44

A.M.

Last Quarter 11

16

09 45 P.M.

First Quarter 25

5 06

45 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

12th & 1st

WEEK. MONTH.| MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Wed.

1

13

Thur.

2

14

Frid.

3

15

Sat.

4

16

Sun.

5

17

Mon.

6

18

Tues.

7

19

Wed.

8

20

Thur.

9 21

Frid. 10

22

Sat.

11 23

Sun.

12

24

Mon.

13

25

Tues. 14 26

Wed.

15 27

Thur, 16 28

Inhabitants of Hongkong declared British subjects, 1841.

Letters from the Imperial Commissioner Lin to H.B.M the Queen, complaining of the persistency of her subjects in sending Opium to China, 1840. The new German Club opened, 1872.

Great robbery in the Central Bank discovered, 1865. Outrage on Foreigners at Kobe, Japan, 1868. Loss of steamer "Chekiang," 1872. Loss of the C. M. Co.'s steamer "Kiangchang" on the Porpoise rock, in the Yangtze, 1878. Septuagesima The Spanish brig "Nuevo Lepanto," on her way from Hongkong to Macao,

was taken by two pirate junks near Lantao, 1865.

The Sparish Evoy Halcon arrived at Macao to demand satisfaction from the Chinese

for the buing of the Spanish brig "Bilbaino," 1840.

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

who killed the officers and crew, 1888.

The Spanish feet leaves the port of Cavite, by order of the Governor of Manila, for the

purpose of taking Formosa, 1626. Great Fire at Foochow, 1888.

The Henrietta Maria" was found drifting about in the Palawan Passage, captain, crew,

and 250 Coolies missing, 1857.

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

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

Outbreak of Convicts in Singapore Gaol, 1875.

St. Valentine's day. New Chinese Hospital opened by Sir R. G. MacDonnell, 1872. Loss

of Messrs. D. Lapraik & Co.'s steamer "Taiwan," in the Formosa Channel, 1879.

Ports of Hongkong and Tinghai declared free, 1841.

Insurgents evacuated Shanghai, 1855.

Quinquagesima. Lord Amherst's Embassy, returning from China, wa: shipwrecked in the

Java Bea, 1817. Outrage on Sir Harry Parkes in Japan, 1868. Mr. Hoshi Toru, a Japanese barrister of

the Middle Temple, admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of Japan at Yokohama, 1878. Shrove Tuesday, Medical Missionary Society organised at Canton, 183~. Mr. A. R. Margary,

of H.B.M.'s Consular Servic:, was murdered at Manwyne, Yannon, by Chinese, 1875. Ash Wednesday. The Emperor Tao-kwang died, 1850 (reigned 30 years. Opening of the

case Regina v. Rage at Canton, 1881.

Frid.

17

29

Sat.

18

1

Sun. 19

2

Mon.

20

3

Tues.

21

4

Wed.

5

Thur.

23

6

Frid.

24

7

Sat.

25

8

1st in Lent

26

9

Mon,

27

10

Tues.

28

11

Sun.

22 *****

Several cheats of Opium public'y burnt at Canton, 1635. Hostilities between England and China recommenced, 1841. Steamer "Queen" captured and burnt by pirates, 1857. First stone of the Hongkong City Hall laid, 1867.

Chusan evacuated by the British troops, 1841.

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

Rewards offered for Englishmen by Lin, 1941.

Bogue Forts (Canton) destroyed by Sir Gordon Bremer, 1841. A Chinese Opium Merchant was executed by order of Viceroy of Cauton before the factories. The foreign Consuls hauled down their flags, 1841. Treaty of

peace between Japan and Cores signed at Koka, 1976.

Sir MacDonald Stephen on's China railway project published, 1534, Capture of the Sulu

capital by the Spaniards, 1876.

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FEBRUARY-28 DAYS.

APOGEE, 4 days, 18 hours, P.M. PERIGEE, 18 days, 9 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum...

.65

Minimum.

.50

Maximum. Minimum..

76

...

56

BAROMETER, 1881.

.30.480

Minimum..

......

.30.024

Maximum.

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

|12th & 1st

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Wed.

---

1

13

Thur.

2

14

Frid.

3

15

Sat

4

16

Sun.

5

17

Mon.

18

Tues.

19

Wed.

8

20

Thur.

9

21

Frid.

10

22.

Sat.

11

23

Sun.

12

24

Mon. 13

25

Tues. 14

26

Wed. 15

27

Thur. 16

28

Frid.

17

29

Sat.

18

1

Sun. 19

2

Mon. 20

3

Tues. 21

4

Wed. 22

5

Thur.

23

6

Frid.

24

7

Sat.

25

8

Sun.

26

9

Mon. 27

10

Tues. 28

11

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MARCH-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h.

M.. sec.

d.

h. m. sec.

Full Moon

5

8

15

43

A.M.

New Moon 19 7 53 40 A.M.

Last Quarter 13

5

3 45

A.M.

First Quarter 26 9 09

39

A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

1st & 2nd

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Wed.

1

12

Thur.

2

13

Frid.

14

Sat.

4

15

Sun.

5

16

Mon.

6

17

Tues.

7

18

Wed.

8

19

Thur.

9

20

Frid.

10

21

Sat.

11

22

Sun.

12

23

Mon. 13

24

Tues. 14

25

Wed. 15

26

Thur. 16

27

Frid. 17

28

Sat.

18

29

Sun.

19

1

Mon.

20

2

Tues. 21

Wed.

22

Thur.

23 Frid. 24

Sat.

25

Sun.

26

8

Mon. 27

9

Tues. 28 10

Wed. 29 Thur. 30

11

12

Frid, 31 13

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

Singapore en route for Calcutta, 1858.

"1678.

First Dutch Embassy left China, 1657. Loss of steamer "Kiangloong," Great Fire in Foochow, 1877. Imperial Decree sentencing Ch'ung How to death by

decapitation, 1880.

Collision between the "Ocean" and "Fusing," and loss of the latter with many lives, 1875. 2nd in Lent. Expulsion of Chinese Custom House from Macao by Governor Amaral, 1849. The Portuguese ship Jesus Maria Jose," belonging to Macao, captured by a French privateer, 1712. Hostilities at Canton recommenced. Fort Napier taken by the English,

1841.

Russian steamer "Wolga" lost in the Japanese Sea, 1869. Commercial treaty concluded between the United States and Japan, 1854. The "Jeddo,"

after passing Ai jer, was burnt at sea by the coolies, 1887. Attack on Messrs. Farnham and Rohl at Shanghai, 1872.

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

Chin-bai and were repulsed with great slaughter, 18142.

Gov. MacDonnell arrived in Hongkong, 1966. Loss of steamer "Sunfoo," 1874. 3rd in Lent. Imperial Commissioner Ki-chen, degraded by the Emperor, 'eft Canton

as a prisoner 1841. Opening new German Bethesda Chapel, Hongkong, 1881. Chinese Custom House closed at Macao, 1849.

8,000 Chinese troops routed by the English at Tze-hi, with great slaughter, 1842. Out-'

rage on French Sailors in Japan, 1868,

Governor Robinson left Hongkong for Ceylon, 1885.

Chinese Envoy P ̊ng and suite left Shanghai for Europe, 1886. St. Patrick's Day. Lord Macartney's Embassy left China, 1794.

The "Napoleon

Cauevaro" burnt at sea by the cool'es, 1866. Loss of Messrs. D. Lapraik & Co.'s steamer "Yesso," on the White Rocks, 30 miles from Swatów, 1879.

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

Ediet of Commissioner Lin to surrender all opium in Canton, 1839.

4th in Lent Gov. Bonham landed at Hongkong, 1848. Mutiny on board the coolie ship-

"Robert Brown," captain and part of the crew murdered, 1852. Death of Tseng-kw-fan. Viceroy of the Two Kiang, 1872.

British ship "Sarah," first free-trader, sailed from Whampoa, 1834. H.M.S. "Salamis" and H.M. gunboat Opossum,' with the Shanghai Chamber Deputies, left Hunkow to explore the Upper Yangtsze, 1860.

Captain Elliot forced his way to Canton, 1839. Death of Major-General Brunker, com- mander-in-chief of H.M.'s forces in China and Japan, 1869. Death of Mr. W. F. Mayers, Chinese Secretary of H.B.M.'s Legation at Peking, at Shanghai, 1878. Annunciation-Lady Day. Captain Elliot demands pa sports for himself and all the

British subjects imprisoned in Canton, 1839.

5th in Lent. Great Flood at Foochow, 1874.

A disabled Dutch ship ordered to leave the port of Macao by the Chinese Mandarins, 1828. Death of the widow of the Emperor Tung-chi, 1875. Death of the Hon. H. A K. Whampos, C.M.Q., M.L.C., at Singapore, 1830.

20,289 Chests of Opium burned by Lin, 1899, Wreck of the "Yuen-tzc-fee'

Amoy, 1875.

Memorial of Shanghai Chamber of Commerce t Lord Elgin, 1859.

near

Attack upon the British bark "Elizabeth C1 ́ld," by Chinese pirates al out 40 miles

from Hongkong, 1879.

Inauguration of new British Consulate at Shanghai, 1873. Abolition of the Coolie trade-

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

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MARCH-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 3 days, 18 hour. P.M. PERIGEE, 18 days, 8 hours, A.M.

APOGEE, 31 days 4 hours

HONGKONG

1880.

TEMPERATURE.

Maximum

1881.

.80

Minimum

.52

Maximum. Minimum.

.70

.46

Maximum..

BAROMETER, 1881.

.30.430

|

Minimum........30.042

DAYS DAYS

OF THE | OF THE|

DAYS

OF THE

1st & 2nd

WEEK, MONTH.Į MOONS.

Wed.

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

1 2 3 →

1

12

13

14

4

15

Sun.

5

16

Mon.

6

17

Tues.

7

18

Wed.

8

19

Thur.

9

20

Frid.

10

21

Sat.

11

22

Sun.

12

23

Mon. 13

24

Tues. 14

25

Wed. 15

26

Thur. 16

27

Frid. 17

28

Sat.

18

29

Sun.

19

1

Mon. 20

2

Tues. 21

3

Wed.

22

Thur.

23

מני

Frid. 24

Sat.

25

Sun. 26

8

Mon. 27

9

Tues.

28

10

Wed. 29

11

Thur. 30

12

Frid. 31

13

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APRIL-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

m. sec.

d.

h. m. sec.

Full Moon

4

1

22

45 A.M.

New Moon 18

Last Quarter 11 14

05 47

P.M.

First Quarter 25

5 14 38

14 31 47 F.M.

A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

Sat.

14

Sun.

2

15

Mon.

3

16

Tues.

4

17

Wed.

5

18

Thur.

6

19

Frid.

20

Sat.

8

21

Sun.

9

22

Mon. 10

23

Tues. 11

24

Wed. 12

25

Thur.

13

26

Fri.

14

27

Sat.

15

28

Sun.

16

29

Mon. 17 30

Tues. 18

1

OF THE OF THE

2nd & 3rd

WEEK. MONTH.] MOONS.

123

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

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

trade, 1877.

Palm Sunday. Prince Kung degraded by the Empress Dowager, 1865.

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

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

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

ship" Therese," 1868.

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

of Europeans into the city of Canton, within two months, 1842.

Good Friday, Hongkong Mint opened, 1866.

Easter Sunday.

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

D'Escompte de París at Yokohama, 1875.

Earthquake in Thibet, Batang destroyed, 1870. Departure of Sir Richard G. MacDonnell, Governor of Hongkong, 1872. Terrifio tornado in Canton; 2,000 houses destroyed, and 10,000 lives lost, 1878.

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

of the King of Hawaii in Hongkong, 1891.

Yib-ehan, Lung-wan, and Ki-kung arrived in Canton to command Chinese troops, 1841, Collision between steamers "Ava" and "Rons," 1872. Loss of C. C. 8. N. steamer "Haining" on a rock off Kooshan, 1878.

8t. Francis Xavier left Gos for China, 1552.

Low Sunday. Bir Arthur Kennedy arrived in Hongkong, 1872. Break-down of the P. & O. steamer "Gwalior" in the China Seas, 1875. Collision near Ookseu between the British gunboat "Lapwing" and the Chinese steamer "Hochung;' " total loss of the latter, 1881.

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

Ocksen islands, 1876. Arrival of Prince Heinrich of Germany in Shanghai, 1890.

Wed. 19

2

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

Thur.

20

3

Frid. 21

4

H.M.8. "Salamis" returned to Hankow from Upper Yangtze, 1869.

Sat.

22

5

Sun. 23

6

Mon. 24

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

Hongkong, 1877. Governor Hennessy created a K.C.M.G., 1880. 2nd after Easter. St. George's Day.

Revolt on board the "Tamaris," captain killed by the coolies, 1870,

Tues. 25

St. Mark's day.

Wed.

26

9

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

Thur. 27

10

Frid.

28

11

Sat.

29

12

Sun.

30

13

3rd after Easter. Capt. Caine appointed chief magistrate of Hongkong, 1841, Major- General Whitfeild left Hongkong, 1874. Arrival öf General Grant in Hongkong, 1879. The Great Wu Shih Shan case opened at Foochow, 1879.

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APRIL-30 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 16 days, 00 hours, A.M. APOGEE, 27 days, 10 hours, a.m.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum Minimum

...

.81

Maximum

.82

..

.61

Minimum

62

BAROMETER, 1881.

.30.272

Minimum..

.29.846

Maximum...

DAYS DAY'S

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

2nd & 3rd

WEEK. MONTH.] MOONS.

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

1 2 ∞

14

15

3

16

Tues.

4

17

Wed.

18

Thur.

6

19

Frid.

7

20

Sat.

8

21

Sun.

9

22

Mon. 10

23

Tues. 11

24

Wed. 12

25

Thur.

13

26

Fri.

14

27

Sat.

15

28

Sun.

16

29

Mon.

17

30

Tues.

18

1

Wed.

19

2

Thur. 20

3

Frid. 21

4

Sat.

22

5

Sun.

23

6

Mon.

24

7

Tues.

25

8

Wed. 26

9

Thur.

27

10

Frid. 28

11

Sat.

29

12

Sun.

80

13

Memoranda.

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THE CALENDAR FOR 1882.

MAY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

m. sec.

d. h.

m.

sec.

Full Moon

3

8

06 46 A.M.

New Moon

17 15

8 44 P.M.

Last Quarter 10

8

10 45 A.M.

First Quarter 25

8 17

38 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

3rd & 4th

WEEK. MONTH | MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Telegraphic communication

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

Prince Heinrich of Germany visits Hongkong, 1880. established between Hongkong and the Philippines, 1880,

Riot in French Concession at Shanghai, 1874.

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

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

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

4th ofter Easter.

"

Ship "Dunmail wrecked entering Hongkong harbour, 1870. Prince Kung'o us restored, 1965:

Colonel Gordon with the Imperial troops captured Chang-chow, the rebel city, 1864.

Arrival in Hongkong of Prince Thomas, Duke of Genoa, 1880,

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

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

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

1861.

Rogation Sunday. Assassination in Tokio of Mr. Okubo Toshimichi, Minister of the

Home Department, 1878,

Ratification at Peking of the amended Treaty U›tween Russia and China, 1881.

Loss off Amoy of the French war steamer "Izere," 1960. Arrival of General Grant in

Shanghai, 1879.

Ascension Day. The city of Chapu taken by the British troops, 1842.

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

first of Angust, 1831.

German

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

barque "Lesmona" captured by pirates in the China Sea, 1888. Delivery of 20,283 chests Opium completed, 1839. Tornado at Taiwan, Formosa, 1878. 1st after Ascension. British ship "Hellas" captured by pirates, Captain and crew

wounded,1840. Foreign factories at Canton pillaged, 1841.

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

Fisherman's Group, 1868.

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

The city of Canton invested by British troops, 1941.

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

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

Canton ransomed for $8,000,000, 1841.

Loss of steamer "Douglas," 1872. "Maria Luz," coolie ship, put into Japan, coolies

liberated and sent back to China, 1872.

Whit Sunday. Loss of steamer "Elgin" on the Bombay shoal, when bound from Hong-

kong to Saigon, 1881.

Mr. Lindsay delivered the keys of the Company's factory at Canton to Kwan-Heep, 1831. H.B.M. sorew sloop "Reynard" lost on the Pratas shoa) in trying to rescue remainder of crew of "Velocipede," 1851. "Opossum," with Yangtese Exploring Expedition, returned to Hankow, 1889.

Typhoon at Hongkong and Macao; loss of the "Poyang," with 100 lives, near Macao, 1876

Mon.

1

14

Tues.

15

Wed.

16

Thur.

4

17

Frid.

5

18

Sat.

6

19

Sun.

7

20

Mou.

8

21

Br

Tues.

9

22

Wed. 10

23

Thur. 11

24

Frid. 12

25

Sat.

13

26

Sun. 14

27

Mon.

15

28

Tues. 16

29

Wed.

17

1

Thur. 18

2

Frid. 19

3

Sat.

20

4

Sun.

21

5

Mon. 22

6

Tues. 23

7

Wed. 24.

8

Thur. 25

9

Frid. 26

10

Sat.

27

11

Sun. 28

12

Mon. 29

13

Tues.

30

14

Wed.

31

15

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MAY-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 13 days, 10 hour, A.M. APOGEE, 25 days, 16 hours, P.M.

HONGKONG

TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum.

85

Maximum.

.89

Minimum.

.69

Minimum

68

BAROMETER, 1881.

Maximum....

.30.282

Minimum...

......... 29.838

DAYS

DAYS

OF THE OF THE

.DAYS

OF THE

3rd & 4th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Mon.

Tues.

Wed.

1 2 3

14

15

3

16

Thur.

4

17

Frid.

5

18

Sat.

6

19

Sun.

7

20

Mon.

8

21

Tues.

9

22

Wed. 10

23

Thur.

11

24

Frid.

12

25

Sat.

13

26

Sun.

14

27

Mon.

15

28

Tues. 16

29

Wed, 17

1

Thur.

18

2

Frid. 19

Sat.

20

4

Sun.

21

Mon,

Tues.

Wed.

Thur.

Frid.

22****

5

6

23

7

24

8

25

9

26

10

Sat.

27

11

Sun.

28

12

Mon. 29

13

Tues. 30

14

Wed. 31

15

Memoranda.

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JUNE 30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

7.

m.

୫୧୯.

d. h. m.. Bec.

Full Moon

2 4

9

40 A.M.

New Moon 16 2 9 39 A.M.

Last Quarter

9 00 45 42 A.M.

First Quarter 24 1 37 41 A.M.

DAYB DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

4th & 5th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Thur.

1

16

Frid.

2

17

Attempt to blow up the Hongkong Hotel, 1868. Hongkong connected with London by wire, 1871.

Sat.

3

18

Sun.

4 19

Trinity.

Mon.

5

20

Tues.

6

21

Wed.

7

22

Thur.

8

23

Corpus Christi.

Frid.

9

24

Sat.

10

25

Sun.

11

26

1st after Trinity. St. Barnabas,

Mon. 12

27

Tues.

13

28

Wed.

14

29

Thur. 15

30

Frid.

16

1

Sat.

17

2

Sun. 18

Mon. 19

4

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

1863.

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

to San Francisco, 1875.

Heavy rains in Hongkong, property to the value of $500,000 destroyed, and many lives lost,

18+4.

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

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

Pitman libel case at Hongkong, 1880,

Typhoon at Formosa; loss of several vessels, 1876,

Portuguese prohibited trading at Canton, 1640. Disastrous flood at Foochow and district'; immense loss of life and property, 1678. Opening of the first Railway in Japan, 1872.

British steamer "Carisbrooke" fired into and captured by Chinese Customs cruiser, 1675. Russian and Chinese treaty, 1728. Four pirates concerned in the attack on "Iron

Prince" excented in Hongkong, 1862. Great opium swindle, 1×62.

British bark ** (w-ar and Danish schooner "Carl taken by pirates off Pedra Branca,

1866. Hope tock opened at Aberdeen, 1867,

Woosung taken, 1812.

Loss of the M. M. steamer "Meil ong" on Ras Haffoon, near Cape Guardafui, 1877. 2nd after Trinity. Explosion of the "Union Star" at Shanghai, 17 persons killed, and

10 wounded, 1862. "Disastrous inundation at Foochow, two thousand lives lost, 1877. Shanghai occupied by British forces, 1842.

Tues.

20

5

Macartney's embassy arrived, 1793.

Wed. 21

6

Massacre at Tientsin, 1870.

Thur.

22

7

Canton blockaded by English forces, 1810,

Frid.

23

8

Sat.

24

9

Sun. 25

10

Mon. 26

11

Tues. 27

12

Wed. 28

13

Thur. 29

14

Frid. 30

15

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

St. John the Baptist, Midsummer day. Chinese merchants in Hongkong sent petition to Her Majesty, with reference to the Blockade of the Colony by Customs cruisers, 1874. 3rd after Trinity. Treaty of Nanking exchanged, 1843. Attack on British Legation at Tokio, 1962. Treaty between China and Peru, also Convention for China Com. mission to Peru, 1874.

Treaty between England and China signed at Tientsin, 1858. Decree respiting Ch'ung How, 1880, Royal Decree published in Manila proclaiming the abolition of the Govern- ment tobacco monopoly, 1881.

Treaty between France and China signed, 1858. Confiscation of the str. "Prince Albert"

by the British Consul and Customs at Canton, 1966. Loss of the steamer "Lap Tek," 1874.

The Foreign Ministers admitted to an audience of the Emperor of China at Peking, 1873, British expedition to China arrived, 1840. Typhoon near Hongkong, 1885, in which the P. &. O. Co's steamer "Cores" and Mr. D. Lapraik's str. "Chanticleer" were lost with all hands. Opening of a section of the Shangha and Woosung railway, 1876,

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JUNE-30 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 7 days, 13 hour, P.M. APOGEE, 22 day, 11 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1881.

1880.

Maximum....

Minimum.

.87 74

Maximum.

90

Minimum

71

BAROMETER, 1881.

Maximum...

30.028

I

Minimum................... .29.812

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

4th & 5th

WEEK. MONTH.] MOONS.

Thur.

Frid.

Sat.

123

16

2

17

3

18

Sun.

19

Mon.

20

Tues.

21

Wed.

7

22

Thur.

8

23

Frid.

9

24

Sat.

10

25

Sun.

11

26

Mon.

12

27

Tues. 13

28

Wed. 14

29

Thur. 15

80

Frid. 16

1

Sat.

17

2

Sun.

18

3

Mon.

19

4

Tues.

20

5

Wed.

21

6

Thur. 22

7

Frid.

23

8

Sat.

24

9

Sun. 25

10

Mon. 26

11

Tues.

27

12

Wed. 28

13

Thur. 29

14

Frid.

30

15

Memoranda.

17

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JULY-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES,

d.

h.

m. Bec.

d. h. m. sec.

Full Moon

13

44 41 P.M.

First Quarter 23 17 53 43 P.M.

Last Quarter

5

27

46

New Moon

15

14

37 41

A.M.

P.M.

Full Moon

30 9 37 43 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

5th & 6th

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

16

17

Mon.

18

Tues.

4

19

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Sat.

Sun.

1 2 3

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

quake in Kansuh, 1879.

"Blonde," 1840.

4h after Trinity. Amoy forts and many junks destroyed by H.M.8.

French Expedition from the Hoongkiang arrived in Hongkong, 1873. Treaty of Wanghia with the United States signed, 1844. Colonel Gordon arrived in

Hongkong on his way to visit the Grand Secretary Li Hung-chang, 1880.

American Independence declared, 1776.

Wed.

5

20

Tinghai first taken, 1840.

Attack on British Embassy at Tokio, 1881.

Thur.

6

21

Frid.

7

22

Sat.

8

23

Sun.

9

24

Mon.

10

25

Tues.

11

26

Wed.

12

27

Thur. 13

28

Frid.

14

29

Sat.

15

Sun.

16

Mon.

17

Tues. 18

Wed. 19

Thur. 20

Frid.

21

7

Sat.

22

8

Sun.

23

9

Mon. 24

10

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

Canton factories attacked by Chinese, 1848.

5th after Trinity. First Dutch embassy arrived at Tient-in, 1656. Incendiary fire on

board the American ship Benefactor" in Hongkong Harbour, 1872. Portuguese fleet left Malacca for China, 1522. The Yang-tsze-kiang blockaded by British

fleet, 1840.

Engagement between the American Naval Forces and the Coreans.

The Expedition

leaves to await instructions, 1871 Amherst's embassy arrived in China, 1916. Foreign Inspectorate of Customs established in Shanghai, 1854 Str. "Fohkien" wrecked

on Fisherman's Group, 1885,

First English ship reached China, 1635.

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

lish, French and American squadron, 1873.

8th after Trinity, British trade with China re-opened, 1842. The King of Cambodia

arrived on a visit to Hongkong, 1872.

Dutch envoy Goyer, asbearer of tribute, received in Peking, 1656.

The passage to the Imperial Canal (Yang-tsze) blockaded by the British fleet, 1842. Lieut. Com. Stopford drowned off Hainan, 1971. Terrible earthquake at Manila; ten lives lost, fifty people injured, damage estimated at $1,000,000, 1880.

Nanking captured by the Imperialists, 1963. Ratification at Peking of the new treaties

of commerce and emigration between the United States and China, 1881.

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

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

no Europeans, 1968. Steamship "Famer lda," lost on Philippine Islands, 1873.

7th after Trinity. Attack on British Protestant Chapel at Fatshan-the "Shan-Shin-

Fan rumours rife, 1871. Admiral Duples arrived at Tientsin, 1870.

British trade prohibited at Canton, 1834.

Tues. 25

11

St. James. Defeat of British forces at Taku, Admiral Hope wounded 1859.

Wed. 26

12

Thur. 27

13

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

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

Frid. 28

14

Sat.

29

15

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

Treaty between United States and Japan signed, 1858.

Sun. 30

16

8th after Trinity. Severe typhoon at Macao, 1836. British bark "Caroline Hutching"

lost off Takao in typhoon, 1874.

Mon.

31

17

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JULY-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 4 days, 8 hours, A.M. APOGEE, 20 days, 3 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

Maximum....

Minimum.

1881.

.90 .76

Maximum

.90

Minimum

79

BAROMETER, 1881.

Maximum..

...29.968

Minimum.

......................29.660

DAYS DAY8

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH.| MOONS.

DAYS

OF THE

5th & 6th

Memoranda.

Sat.

1

16

Sun.

Mon.

2 3

2

17

3

18

Tues.

4

19

Wed.

5

20

Thur.

6

21

Frid.

7

22

Sat.

8

23

Sun.

9

24

Mon. 10

25

Tues. 11

26

Wed.

12

27

Thur. /13

28

Frid.

14

29

Sat.

15

1

Sun.

16

2

Mon. 17

Tues. 18

Wed. 19

Thur.

20

Frid.

21

Sat.

22

Sun.

23

9

Mon.

24

10

Tues. 25

11

Wed.

26

12

Thur.

27

13

Frid.

28

14

Sat.

29

15

Sun.

30

16

Mon. 31

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THE CALENDAR FOR 1882.

AUGUST-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. Last Quarter 6 11 49 38 A.M.

h. m..

sec.

d.

h. m. Bec.

First Quarter 22

8 30 46

A.M.

New Moon

14

4. 46 38

A.M.

Full Moon 29

4 54 44

A.M.

DATS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

6th & 7th

WEEK. MONTH, MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Tues.

Wed.

1 2

1

18

2

19

Thur.

3

20

Mr. T. F. Wade, C.B., appointed H.B.M. Minister at Peking, 1671. Peh-tang occupied

by the A lied forces, 1859.

Victims of Massacre at Tientsin buried, 1870.

Frid.

4

21

British fleet arrived before Nanking, 1842.

Sat.

5

22

Macartney's Embassy entered Peiho, 1798,

Sun.

6

23

9th after Trinity. Serious Flood at Tientsin, 1871.

Mon.

7 24

Tues.

8

25

British squadron arrived off the Peiho, 1840.

Assassination of Mr. Haber, German Consul at Hakodate, 1874.

Wed.

9

26

British t oops landed at Nanking, 1842.

Thur. 10

27

Sir H. Pottinger and Admiral Parker arrived, 1841.

Frid. 11

28

Sat.

12

29

Sun. 13

30

Mon. Tues. 15

14

1

10th after Trinity. 174 British prisoners executed in Formosa, 1842. Tong-ur-ku taken, 1860.

2

Wed. 16

3

Thur. 17

4

Frid, 18

Sat.

19

6

Sun.

Mon.

21

Tues.

2223

20

7

8

9

Wed.

23

10

Thur. 24 11

Frid. 25

12

Sat.

26

13

British left Macao, 1839.

Sun.

27

14

Mon.

28

15

Tues.

29

16

Thur.

Wed. 30 17

31

18

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

gested the establishment of a Chamber of Commerce, 1834.

Loss of steamer "Sunshine" of Breaker Point, 1872. Imperial decree ordering release

of Ch'ung How out of deference to Russia, 1880,

Viceroy of Canton tried to starve the foreigners in China, 1839. Kagoshima burat by Admir 1 Kuper in the "Euryalus," 1883. Great Fire on French Concession, Shanghai; 991 houses destroyed; loss Tls. 1,500,000, 1879. Second public meeting of British merchants in Canton. British trade stopped by Hong

merchants, 1834. French treaty with Siam signed, 1860.

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

signed, 1858. Great fire in Hongkong, 1868.

11th after Trinity. First conference between Sir Henry Pottinger and Ki-ying on board

the "Cornwallie," at Nanking, 1842. Taku forts taken by the Allied forces, 1860. Emperor Hien Fung died, 1861. Treaty between Japan and Peru signed at Tokio,

1873. Typhoon at Nagasaki, 1874.

Governor Amaral (Macao) assassinated, 1849.

Ma, Viceroy of Nanking, stabbed, 1870.

Seizure of steamer "Spark" by pirates when between Canton and Macao, Capt. Brady and Feliz Ferries murdered, and Mr. Mundy seriously wounded, 1874. Conspiracy among Chinese troops against foreigners at Tientsin detected, 1874.

Large meeting in Hongkong to protest against the military contribution demanded by

the Home Government, 1884.

St. Bartholomew. Burning of the P. M. 8. 8. " America," at Yokohama, 1872.

British Chamber of Commerce established at Canton, 1834. Treaty between Great Britain

and Japan signed, 1858,

12th after Trinity. Amoy taken by the English, 296 guns captured, 1841.

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

possessions, 1833.

Treaty of Nanking signed, 1849.

Conference at Tientsin with Ki-shen, 1840. Loss of the British ship "Deerhound," on

the Palawan Shoals, 1875.

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

st Hongkong, Macao, and Whampoả, 1848. Typhoon in China Bes, 1861.

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AUGUST-31 DAYS.

PERIGEE, 1 days, 7 hours, A.M. APOGEE, 16 days, 16 hours, P M. PERIGEE, 29 days, 15 hours, P.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum....

Minimum

91 78

Maximum..

Minimum..

...

..90 .78

BAROMETER, 1881.

Maximum..

29.990

Minimum..

.29.288

DAYS

DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WEEK. MONTH, MOONS,

Memoranda.

6th & 7th

Tues.

1

18

Wed.

2

19

Thur.

3

20

Frid.

4

21

Sat.

5

22

Sun.

6

23

Mon.

7

24

Tues.

8

25

Wed.

9

26

Thur. 10

27

Frid.

11

28

Sat.

12

29

Sun.

13

30

Mon.

14

1

Tues. 15

2

Wed. 16

3

Thur. 17

4

Frid.

18

5

Sat.

19

6

Sun. 20

7

Mon.

21

8

Tues. 22

9

Wed.

23

10

Thur. 24

11

Frid.

25

12

Sat.

26

13

Sun.

27

14

Mon.

28

15

Tues. 29

16

Wed.

30

17

Thur.

31

18

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SEPTEMBER-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

m.

sec.

d.

જે

h. m.

sec.

Last Quarter

4

9

2

40 A.M.

First Quarter 20

9 03 47

A.M.

New Moon

12

8 34 44

A.M.

Full Moon 27

12 45

47 P.M.

Frid.

1

19

Sat.

2

20

DAYS DAYS

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

7th & 8th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

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

Ma, Viceroy of Nanking, died of the wounds inflicted by an assassin, 1870. Treaty with Austria signed at Peking, 1869. Arrival of the "Vega" at Yokohama, after

having discovered the North-East Passage, 1879.

Sun.

21

13th after Trinity. Treaty of peace between America and England signed, 1783.

Mon.

4

22

Forts in Canton river garrisoned by Chinese troops, 1841.

Tues.

5

23

Attack on the forts at Shimonoseki, Japan, by the allied fleets under Adml. Kuper, 1864.

Hongkong Stamp Act passed, 1866.

Wed.

6

24

Thur.

7 25

Frid.

8

26

Great typhoon in Hongkong, 1867.

Sat.

9

27

HR.H. Prince Alfred received by the Mikado of Japan, 1889. "Tai-ping,"

and "Serica" reached London, 1868.

"Ariel,'

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

Minister for France, left for Europe, 1872.

Bir Hercules Robinson assumed the government of Hongkong, 1859.

Sun.

10

28

14th after Trinity,

Mon. 11

29

Tues. 12

.1

Spanish brig "Bilbai: o "burnt at Macao, 1839.

Wed. 13

2

Thur. 14

3

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

Customs' cruisers, 1874.

Frid. 15

4

Sat.

16

5

Sun. 17

6

Mon.

18

7

Tues.

19

8

Wed. 20

9

Thur. 21

10

Frid. 22

11

Sat.

23

12.

Sun. 24

13

Mon. 25

14

Tues.

26

15

Wed. 27

16

H.I.H. the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia visited Hongkong, 1972. Convention signed at

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

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

Gambling dens in Hongkong opened, 1867. New convention between Germany and China

ratifled at Peking, 1881.

15th after Trinity. Pier and Godown Co, closed, 1879.

Steamer "Reiver" lost on Preparis Reef, 1868.

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

St. Matthew.

Terrific typhoon at Swatow, 1858.

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

many thousands of lives lost, 1874.

18th after Trinity. H.M.S. "Rattler" lost off Japan, 1868. Piratical attack on the German barque" Apenrade," near Macao, 1869. The Satsuma rebels in Japan routed with great alaughter, their leader, Saigo, killed, and the insurrection su pressed, 1877.

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

Lok street, Hongkong, by armed robbers, 1878.

Lord Napier arrived at Macao dangerously ill, 1834.

Commissioner Lin degraded, 1840.

Thur. 28

17

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

Frid. 29

18

Sat.

80

19

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

Pratas Shoal, 1866. Heavy typhoon in Formosa Channel, 1874.

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SEPTEMBER-30 DAYS.

APOGEE, 12 days, 8 hours, A.M. PERIGEE, 27 days, 2 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum.. Minimum..

93

75

Maximum Minimum

.90

.76

BAROMETER, 1881.

Maximum

.30.096

Minimum..

.29.588

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

Memoranda.

7th & 8th

WEEK. MONTH.Į MOONS.

Frid.

Sat.

Sun.

Mon.

1 2 3 4

19

20

21

4

22

Tues.

5

23

Wed.

6

24

Thur.

7

25

Frid.

8

26

Sat.

9

27

Sun.

10

28

Mon. 11

29

Tues.

12

1

Wed.

13

2

Thur.

14

3

Frid. 15

4

Sat.

16

5

Sun.

17

6

Mon.

18

7

Tues.

19

8

Wed. 20

9

Thur. 21

10

Frid. 22

11

Sat.

23

12

Sun.

24

13

Mon.

25

14

Tues. 26

15

Wed. 27

16

Thur. 28

17

Frid. 29

18

Sat.

80

19

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OCTOBER-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES,

d.

h. m.

sec.

d. h. m. sec.

Last Quarter 4

9 53 42

A.M.

First Quarter 20 7

30 43 A.M.

New Moon 12

13 37 42

P.M.

Full Moon

26 10

9

44 A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

8th & 9th

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

Sun.

1

20

Mon.

2

21

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

12

17th after Trinity. The "Daily Press" started, 1858. Ting-hai captured by the English, 1841. A second typhoon in Hongkong, 1867. Earthquake at Manila, 1869. Death of Senor C. A. de Espana, Spanish Minister to China, at Peking from a fall from his horse, 1880. Great Landslip in Tai-ping-shan, 1867. Confucius born, B.C. 562.

Tues.

3

22

Treaty between Brazil and China signed at Tientsin, 1881.

Wed.

23

Thur

24

Frid.

25

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

driven ashore at Taichow Island and afterwards destroyed by fire, 1881.

                 German steamer "Quinta" French expedition left Chefoo for Cores, 1866.

Sat.

7

26

Sun.

8

27

Mon.

9

28

Tues. 10

29

Wed. 11

30

Thur. 12

1

Frid.

13

2

Sat.

14

3

Sun.

15

4

Mon.

16

5

Tues.

17

6

Wed. 18

7

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

public meeting at Hongkong to consider the increase of crime in the Colony, 1878. 18th after Trinity. Supplementary treaty signed at the Bogue, 1848.

Hongkong; serious damage to small craft and loss of life, 1878. Shanghai captured, 1841. Chinhai taken, 1841.

Severe gale in

Fire at Canton, property destroyed

worth $1,000,000, 1851. Hongkong Stamp Act came into operation, 1867. Lord Napier died at Macao, 1834. H.I.. the Grand Duke Alexis left Hongkong for

Nagasaki, 1972. Death of Dr. Wong at Canton, 1879.

The first Chinese merchant steamer (the "Meifoo") left Hongkong for London with

passengers to establish a Chinese firm there, 1881. Revolt in the Philippines, 1872.

Ningpo occupied by British forces, 1811. Railway in Japan officially opened by the

Mikado, 1972.

"Flora Temple" lost in the China Sea, with upwards of 900 coolies on board, 1859.

Outrage on foreigners in Formosa, 1968. Wedding of the Emperor of China, 1872, 19th after Trinity. British schooner "Lech Bulig" fost on Lambay Island, S. W. Coast of

Formosa, 1975.

Khanghoa, in Corea, taken by the French, 1866. News received that the Emperor of China had refused to accept a model railway offered to him by the Duke of Sutherland and others, 1873.

St. John's Cathedral, Hongkong, dedić led, 1812.

Loss of the British barque "Roodee" by fire, at Manila, 1875.

Thur. 19

8

Great fire in Hongkong, 1859. Great typhoon at Formosa, 1881.

Frid.

20

9

Sat.

21

10

The Shanghai and Woosung railway closed by the Chinese Government, 1877.

Sun. 22

11

Mon. 23

12

Tues. 24

13

Wed.

25

14

Thur.

26

15

Frid. 27

16

20th after Trinity. H.R.H. Prince Alfred arrived at Shanghi, 1869. Cosmopolitan Dock

opened, 1875.

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

and "Fury," 1849.

Rebellion of Samurai at Kumamo'o, Japan; 400 soldiers killed by the insurgents, 1876. Treaty of Whampoa between France and China signed, 1844. Kahding recaptured

by the allies, 1862.

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

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

Sat.

28

17

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

Sun. 29

18

21st after Trinity. Portuguese frigate "D. Maria II.

blown up at Macao, 1950.

Mon.

30

19

Great fire in Hongkong, 1866.

Tues, 31

20

H.R.H. Prince Alfred arrived at Hongkong, 1889. Settlement of the Formoss 'difficulty

between Japan and China, 1874.

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OCTOBER-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 10 days. PERIGEE, 25 days, 12 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum.

Minimum..

.86 .71

Maximum.

.85

Minimum

.68

BAROMETER, 1881.

Maximum.....

DAYS DAYS

.30.182

Minimum...

.29.050

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

Memoranda.

3th & 9th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Sun.

1

20

Mon.

2

21

Tues.

22

Wed.

23

Thur.

24

Frid.

6

25

Sat.

7

26

Sun.

8

27

Mon.

9

28

Tues. 10

29

Wed. 11

30

Thur.

12

1

Frid. 13

Sat.

14

Sun.

15

Mon.

16

2 3 4 10

4

5

Tues. 17

Wed. 18

Thur. 19

8

Frid.

20

9

Sat.

21

10

Sun.

22

11

Mon. 23

12

Tues.

24

13

Wed. 25

14

Thur. 26

15

Frid. 27

16

Sat.

28

17

Sun. 29

18

Mon. 30

19

Tues. 31

20

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NOVEMBER-30 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d.

h.

m.

sec.

d. h.

m. sec.

Last Quarter 3

2

33 47

A.M.

First Quarter 18 16

17

43 P.M.

New Moon 11

6 55 44

A.M.

Full Moon 25 9

38 43 A'M.

DAYS DAYS

Wed.

21

Thur.

22

Prid.

3

23

Bat.

4

24

Bun.

5

25

Mou.

6

26

Tucs.

27

Wed.

8

28

Thur.

9. 29

Frid.

10

30

Sat.

11

1

Bun.

12

2

Mon.

13

3

Tues. 14

4

OF THE OF THE

DAYS

OF THE

19th & 10th

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

1 2 ∞

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

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

All Souls.

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

22nd after Trinity. Great fire at Macao, 500 houses burnt, 1834. Peking evacuated by

the Alies, 1880.

Eugush and French treaties promulgated by the Peking Gazette, 1860.

Capt. Garcia y Garcia and Dr. Elmore appointed by the President of Peru on a Special

Mission to Japan and China, 1874.

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

H.M.8. "Racehorse" wrecked off Chefoo, out of a crew of 108 only 9 saved, 1864. H.E. Ch'ung How, Chinese Envoy to Russia, arrived in Hongkong on his way to St. Peters- burg, 1878.

23rd after Trinity. Hongkong first lighted by gas, 1864.

Earthquake at Shanghai, 1847.

Loss of Messrs. D. Lapraik & Co.'s str. "Douglas" in the Haitan Straits, 1880. Conven-

tion signed between" Russia and China, 1860.

Wed. 15

5

Thur. 16

6

II. M. gunboat "Gnat" lost in the Palawan, 1868.

outbreak of a serious rebellfon in Hunan, 1870. I.R.H. Prince Alfred left Hongkong, 1869.

News received in Hongkong of

Frid. 17

7

Sat.

18

8

9

Bun. 19 Mon. 20 10

Tues. 21

11

Wed. 22

12

Thur. 23

13

Frid.

24

14

Sat.

25

15

Sun.

26

16

Hon. 27

17

Tues.

28

18

Wed. 29

19

Thur.

30

20

Shanghai opened to foreign commerce, 1843.

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

21th after rinity. Collision on the Yangtsze between the strp. "Kungwo," and "Hanyang;" both vessels lost, 1880. Viceroy Tseng-kwo-fan visited Shanghai, 1871. Portuguese Custom house at Macao closed, 1845. Lord Elgin died 1863. Gunpowder

explosion at Hankow, 1867.

Wajor Baldwin and Lieut. Bird, of H.M.'s 20th Regt., brutally murdered in Japan,

1864.

rest fire at Canton, 1,400 houses destroyed, 1835. Terrible boiler explosion on board the steamer "Yesso" in Hongkong harbour, 88 lives lost, 1877.

Arrival of the Princes Albert Victor and George of Wales the "Bacchante" at

Woosung, 1881.

Ship "Omar Pacha " logt in China Sea, 1887.

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

1878.

25th after Trinity. Edict issued by the Viceroy of Canton forbidding trade with British

ships, 1839.

M. Thiers accepts the apology of Ch'ung How, the Chinese Ambassador, for the murder

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

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

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

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NOVEMBER-30 DAYS.

APOGEE, 6 days, 13 hours, P.M. PERIGEE, 22 day, 14 hour, P.M,

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum..

Minimum.

78° .56

Maximum.

.78

Minimum..

58

BAROMETER, 1881.

Maximum...

......

...30.316

Minimum.....

.29.974

DAYS

DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

WERK. MONTH.| MOONS.

Memoranda.

9th & 10th

Wed.

1

21

Thur.

2

22

Frid.

23

Sat.

24

Sun.

5

25

Mon.

6

26

Tues.

7

27

Wed.

8

28

Thur.

9

29

Frid.

10

30

Sat.

11

Sun.

12

2

Mon. 13

3

Tues. 14

Wed. 15

5

Thur.

16

Frid. 17

Sat.

18

8

Sun.

19

9

Mon. 20

10

Tues. 21

11

Wed. 22

12

Thur. 23

13

Frid.

24

14

Sat.

25

15

Sun.

26.

16

.Mon.

27

17

Tues. 28

18

Wed. 29

19

Thur. 30

20

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DECEMBER-31 DAYS.

MOON'S PHASES.

d. h. m.

sec.

d. h. m. sec.

Last Quarter 2

10

32 42

A.M.

First Quarter 18

00

15

41

A.M.

New Moon 10 11 13 44

A.M.

Full Moon 24 11 17 39

A.M.

DAYS DAYS

DAYS

OF THE

OF THE OF THE

10th &

11th

Chronology of Remarkable Events.

WEEK. MONTH. MOONS.

Frid.

Sat.

1 2

1

21

2

22

St. Francis Xavier died on Sanchoan, 1552.

Sun.

3

23

Advent.

Mon.

24

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

Tues.

5

25

Wed.

6

26

Thur.

7 27

Six foreigners killed at Wang-chuh-ki, 1847. Soochow re-taken by the Imperialists under

General Gordon, 1863.

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

European fictories at Canton destroyed by a mob, 1842.

Frid.

8

28

Sat.

9

29

Ningpo captured by the Taipinge, 1861.

Sun.

10

30

2nd Sunday in Advent.

Mon. 11

1

Tues.

12

2

Wed. 13

3

Indemnity paid by Prince Satsuma, 1863. Admiral Bell, U.S.N., drowned at Osaka

1867.

The N. Y. L. & C. Co 's steamer "Mongol" ran on a sunken rock near the Nine Pins and

sank in 5 minutes ; 17 lives were lost, including Captain Flamank and his wife, 1874. French flag hauled down from the Consulate at Canton by Chinese, 1832.

Thur.

14

4

Frid. 15

5

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

Sat.

16

6

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

Sun.

17

7

Mon.

18

8

Tues. 19

9

Wed.

20

10

1881.

Thur. 21

11

St. Thomas. Stem navigation first attempted, 1736.

Frid.

22

12

Sat.

23

13

Sun.

24

14

Mon. 25

15

Tues.

26

16

Wed.

27

17

Thur. 28

18

Frid.

3rd in Advent The P. M. S. S. Co.'s steamer "Japan" burnt to the water's edge about 130 miles from Hongkong near Breaker Point while on a voyage from Yokohama; 1 European passenger, the cook, and 389 Chinese drowned, $358,508 treasure lust, 1874. Earthquake in Formosa, 1867.

Sir Hugh Gough and the Eastern Expedition left China, 1842.

Arrival of Princes Albert Victor and George of Wales at Hongkong in the "

Bacchante,"

Two Mandarins arrived at Macao with secret orders to watch. the movements of Plenipo.

tentiary Elliot, 1836.

British Consulate at Shanghai destroyed by fire, 1870.

4th in Advent. Christmas Eve.

Christmas Day. Great Fire in Hongkong; 368 houses destroyed, immense destruction

property, 1878. The steamer "Bombay" burned at Woosung, 1890,

of

Brig Etna lost on the coast of Formosa, 1869. Gigantic £re at Tokio, 11,000 houses

destroyed, 263 lives lost, 1879.

Dedication of Hongkong Masonic Hall, 1865.

Canton bombarded by Allied forces of Great Britain and France, 1857.

29

19

Sat.

30

20

Sun.

31

21

Prince Kung received Captain Garcia y Garcia, Peruvian Minister, 1874.

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DECEMBER-31 DAYS.

APOGEE, 4 days, 8 hours, A.M. PERIGEE, 19 days, 2 hours, A.M.

HONGKONG TEMPERATURE.

1880.

1881.

Maximum.. Minimum

72

50

Maximum Minimum

76

50

BAROMETER 1881.

Maximum

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CHINESE.

JANUARY.-2nd.-Death of Emperor Kang Hi (A.D. 1723). 4th.-Fifteenth day of the eleventh moon. 5th.-Solar term, "little cold;" sun in Capricorn. 6th.-Fête day of Amitabha Buddha. 8th.-Day of general abstinence. The spirits report to Heaven. Fête day of the Bodhisattva called "nine lotus flowers." 12th.-Fête day of Chang Sinen, a Tauist god of parturition. The star goddess of the southern measure descends. A Tauist fast day. 15th.-Tauist fête day of the dragon spirits of the ground. 16th.-Fête day of G'u An, a deified Buddhist priest. 18th.- Buddhist fête day of Surya Dêva. 20th.-First day of the twelfth moon.

Solar term, 'great cold." Sun euters Aquarius. 24th.-Death of Emperor T'ung_Chi (A.D. 1875). The spirits report to Heaven. 25th.-Death of an Empress. Fête day of Julai Buddha. Tauist fast day. 29th.-Day of general abstinence. 30th.-Death of an Empress. 31st.-Death of an Empress.

FEBRUARY.-3rd.-Fifteenth day of the twelfth moon. Fête day of Wen, a deified warrior. 4th.-Solar term, "spring sets in;" sun in Aquarius. Ceremony of meeting the Spring by breaking a clay figure of an ox. Fête day of the Tauist god of the Southern Mountain. 8th.-Fête day of Lu Pan, god of carpenters and masons. 9th.-Fête day of the Tauist star god, the supreme ruler of the Celestial Dragon. 12th. The god of the hearth reports to Heaven. Auspicious day for worship. 13th.-Death of an Empress. 17th.-Fête day of the Bodhisattva, Padma Vyuha. All the Buddhas descend to search out the merits and demerits of mankind. The star goddess of the northern measure descends. 18tb.-New Year's day. Fowl day. A. Tauist fast day. Solar term, "rain water;" sun enters Pisces. 19th.-Dog day. Fête day of Che Ta-yen, a deified warrior, 20th.-Pig day. 21st.-Sheep day. 22nd.- Cow day. 23rd.-Horse day. Fête day of the god of wealth, and of Dipamkara Baddha. 24th.-Man day. Death of the Emperor Yung Chêng (A.D. 1735). 25th.--Day of general abstinence. 27th.-Fête day of the dragon spirits of the ground. 28th.-Death of an Empress.

MARCH. 1st.- Fête day of Wen and Hü, deified warriors worshipped at Fat- shan. 3rd.-Death of the Emperor Tao Kwang (A.D. 1850). 4th-Fifteenth day of the first moon. Feast of lanterns. Fête day of Shang Yuen, a Tauist god and ruler of heaven, and of Yu Shing, a Tauist saint. 5th.-Solar term, movement of larvae;" sun in Pisces. Fête day of Shen Ts'ai, Tauist saint, guardian of the door. Aus- picious day for prayers for wealth and progeny. 10th.-Death of an Empress. 11th. A day of general abstinence. 12th.-Death of an Empress. 14th.-Day of gen- eral abstinence. 18th.-Death of an Empress. 19th. First day of second moon. Fête day of judge in first court of hades. 20th.-Spring worship of the gods of the land and grain. Birthday of the philosopher Mencius (B.C. 371). 21st.-Solar term, "vernal equinox;" sun enters Aries. Fête day of the star god of literature. 23rd.-Day of general abstinence. The spirits report to Heaven. 25th.-Death of an Empress. Fête day of Chang Chun, a deified physician. 28th.-Fête day of the dragon spirits of the ground. 29th. Death of an Empress. 31st.-Fête day of Hung Shing, god of the Canton river.

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APRIL.-2nd.-Fifteenth day of the second moon. Féte day of Yoh Tei, a deified minister of the Sung dynasty. Birthday of Lao Tsze, founder of Tauism (B.C. 604), 4th.-Day of general abstinence. 5th.-Solar term, "clear and bright;" sun in Aries. Tomb festival; sacrifices to the dead. 6th.-Fête day of Kwan Yin, the goddess of mercy, and of a goddess of the sea. 7th.-Fête day of Samanta Bhadra, worshipped by Lotus-school Buddhists. 12th.-Fête day of the Tauist god, Hiuen T'ien, the holy father of the sombre heavens. 13th.-Death of an Empress. 18th- First day of the third moon. Fête of judge in second court of hades. 20th.-Solar erm, "grain rain"; sun enters Taurus. Fête day of Hiuen Tien Shang-ti, or Peb- tti, Tauist god of the north pole. 21st.-Fête day of Chang Tao-ling (A.D, 34), head of the Tauist church. 22nd.-Day of general abstinence. The spirits report to Heaven. 23rd.-Fête day of Cheng Kwob, a Tauist immortal. 25th.-Fête day of the judge in sixth court of bades. 26th.-Day of general abstinence. 27tb.→ Fête day of the dragon spirits of the ground. 28th.-Death of an Empress.

MAY.-2nd.-Fifteenth day of the third moon. Fête day of I Ling, a deified physician and of Hiuen Tan, Tauist god of the sombre altar. 3rd.-Fête day of Chun Ti, the Buddhist Durga. 4th.-Day of general abstinence. The spirits report to Heaven. 5th.-Solar term, "summer sets in"; sun in Taurus. Fête day of Heu T'u, the goddess worshipped behind graves, also of the god of the Central Mountain and of the Three Brothers, San Mau. 10th.-Fête day of the Queen of Heaven, goddess of sailors. 13th.-Féte day of Tszu-sun, the goddess of progeny. 14th.- Fête day of Ch'e, a deified warrior, also of the six evil spirits (of heaven, earth, year, month, day, and hour), and of the judge in seventh court of bades. 15th.-Fête day of Ts'ang Kieh, inventor of writing, and of the god of the Eastern Mountain, 17th. First day of the fourth moon. Day of ill luck. Totel eclipse of the sun, Fête day of the judge of eighth court in hades, and of Siu Pa-suen, a deified statesma■ of the Sung dynasty. 20th.-Fête day of the Bodhisattva Mandjushri. 21st.- Solar term, "little full"; sun enters Gemini. 24th.-Fête day of San Kai, ruler of heaven, earth and hades, also of the judge in ninth court of hades. 26th.-Fête day of the dragon spirits of the ground. 30th.-Fête day of Lü Sien, Tauist patriarch and god of barbers. The spirits report to Heaven. 31st.-Fifteenth day of the fourth

Fête day of Chung Li-kien, a Tauist immortal.

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JUNE.-2nd-Fête day of Kin Hwa, the Cantonese goddess of parturition, al- of the judge in tenth court of hades. Death of an Empress. 3rd.-Fête of Wa 'T..., a deified physician, and of Tsu-mi, the star goddess of malaria. 5th.-Fête day of the goddess of the blind. 6th.-Solar terin, "grain spiked"; sun in Gemini. 8th.- Fête day of Samanta Bhadra, a deified priest. 11tb.-Fête day of Chung-sban, a deified warrior. 13th.--Fête of Yoh Wang, the Tauist god of medicine. 14th. Death of an Empress. 16th.-First day of the fifth moon. Fête day of the god of the south pole. 18th.-Day of general abstinence. The spirits report to Heaven. Death of an Empress. 20th.-Dragon boat fastival and boat races. 21st.-Solar term, "summer solstice"; sun enters Cancer. 22nd.-Tauist fête day, division of the dragon spirits of the atmosphere. 23rd.-Fête day of the dragon spirits of the South. 25th.-Fête day of the dragon spirits of the ground. 26th.-Fête of Sheng Wang, the tutelary god of walled towns. 27th.-Fête day of Ping Ling, a deified statesman. 28th.--Fête day of Kwan-ti, god of war, aud of his son, General Kwan, 30th.-Fifteenth day of the fifth moon.

JULY.-1st.-Fête day of Chang Tao-ling (A.D. 34), first head of the Tauist church. Fête day of Shakyamuai Buddha, founder of Buddhism. 3rd.-Fête day of a Tauist goddess of women and of Si Wang-ma, Queen of the West. 5th.-Féto day of Tau Yang, a Tauist immortal. Auspicious day for fasting and prayer. 6th.- The spirits report to Heaven. 7th.-Solar term, "little heat"; sun in Caucer, 8th.-Death of an Empress. 14th.-Fête day of Mayura Radja, a Budhisattva, 15th. First day of the sixth moon. 16th.-Fête day of Vêda, the guardian of Buddhist and Tauist monastics. 20th.-Fê:e day of Yang Si, a deified warrior, and of Tsui, a deified priest; also of the god of Mount T'ai. First decade of heat com. mences. Festival of airing clothes. 21st. The earth spirit reigns. 23rd.-Solar

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term, great heat"; sun enters Leo. 24th.-Fête day of Liu Hai, a Tauist philosorber. 25th. The spirits report to Heaven. 26th.--Fête day of the dragon spirits of wells and subterranean watercourses. 28th.--Fête day of Lu Pan, the god of carpenters and masons. 29th.-Fifteenth day of the sixth moon. 30th.-Second decade of beat commences.

AUGUST. 2nd.-Fête day of Kwan Yin, the goddess of mercy.

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of the Tauist god of horses. 6th.-The spirits report to Heaven. Day of general abstinence. 7th.-Fête day of Kwan Ti, the god of war, and of Wan, a deified Tauist priest, also of Chuh Yung, the spirit of fire, and of the god of thunder. 8th.-Solar term, "autumn sets in"; sun in Leo. 9tb.-Fête day of Ĩ Lang, builder of a canal, also of Hü, a Tauist patriarch. 12th.-Fête day of the star gods of Ursa Minor. Auspicious day for fasting and prayer. 14tb.-First day of the seventh moon. During this moon is held the festival of "All Souls," when Buddhist and Tauist priests read masses to release souls from purgatory, scatter rice to feed starving ghosts, recite magic incantations accompanied by finger play imitating mystic Sanskrit characters which are supposed to comfort souls in purgatory, burn paper clothes for the benefit of the souls of the drowned, and visit family shrines to pray on behalf of the deceased members of the family. Exhibitions of groups of statuettes, dwarf plants, silk festoons, and ancestral tablets are combined with these ceremonies, which are enlivened by music and fireworks. Fête day of Lao Tszu, the founder of Tauiem. 20th.-Fête day of Cheng, a Confucian commentator, and of the Tauist god of Ursa Major, also of the seven goddesses of Pleiades worshipped by women. spirits report to Heaven. 22nd. Death of an Empress. 23rd.-Solar term2 "settled heat"; sun enters Virgo. Death of an Empress. 25th.-Fête day of Chang Ch'un, a deified physician. 28th.-Fifteenth day of the seventh moon. Day of general abstinence. Fête day of Chung Yuen, Tauist god of the element earth, also of Chang Kwoh, one of the eight immortals. 30th.-Death of the Emperor Hien Fêng (A.D. 1861). 31st.-Fête day of the three Tauist gods of heaven, earth, and water, and of the five spirits attending at sacrifices.

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    SEPTEMBER. Fête day of the regent of the planet Jupiter and of the 60 year gods. 2nd.-Fête day of Cheng, a Tauist patriarch. 3rd.-Fête day of P'u A¤, a deified Buddhist priest. 4th.-Fête day of the god of wealth. 5th.-The spirits report to Heaven. 6th.-Fête day of Sheng Wang, tutelary god of walled cities, also of Chang, the Tauist god of parturition, and of Nagarðjuna, the Buddhist philosopher. 7tb.-Death of the Eu-peror Kia K'ing (A.D. 1821). Fête day of Hu, a Tauist eremite. 8th.-Solar term, "white dew"; sun in Virgo. 11tb.- Fête day of Ti-ts'ang-wang, Tauist god of departed spirits. 12th.-First day of the eighth moon. Fête day of Hu Sun, a deified physician, and of the god of the golden armour, worshipped by Literati. 14th.-Fête day of the god of the hearth. Descent of the star god of the northern measure. 16th. Fête day of the god of Thunder. 20th.-Death of the Emperor Tien Tsung (A.D. 1644). 21st.-Fête day of the god of the northern mountain. 22nd.-Death of the Emperor Tien Ming (Å.D. 1627). 23rd.-Solar term, "autumnal equinox"; sun enters Libra. 24tb.-Fête day of the dragon spirits of the West. 25th.-Day of general abstinence. The spirits report to Heaven. 26th.-Fifteenth day of the eighth moon. Worship of the moon, feast of Canteras, and worship of the gods of the land and grain. 27th.-Fête day of Tsai Tien, the monkey god (Hanuman), also of Chu, a deified warrior. 29th.-Fête day of Tsiu Sien, the eight immortals of the wine cup.

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    OCTOBER.-3rd.-Fête day of Dipamkara Buddha. 4tb.-Death of the Emperor Yung Chêng (A.D 1735). 5th-Fête day of Tao Ye, inventor of pottery. 6th.-Fête day of the Tauist god of the sun. 7th.-Day of general abstinence. 8th.-Solar term, "cold dew"; sun enters Libra. Fête day of Confucius (born 551 B.C.), the founder of Chinese ethics and politics. 12th.-First day of the ninth moon. gods of the southern and northern measure descend. 14th.-Fête day of the five spirits attending sacrifices. 20th.-Fête day of Kwan Ti, the god of war; Kite flying day. Fête day of the goddess of the measure (Durga), also of Lü, a Tauist patriarch, and of Fung Tu, a ruler in Hades. The earth spirit reigns. 22nd.-Fête day, Yen

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   Hwui, the disciple of Confucius. 23rd.-Solar term, "hoar frost descends"; sun enters Scorpio. 26th.-Fifteenth day of the ninth moon. Fête day of Chu Hi (A.D. 1131), the founder of modern Chinese philosophy. Fête day of the Tauist god of the sombre altar. 27th.-Fête day of the god of the loom. 28th.--Fête day of Koh Hung, a Tauist philosopher, also of the golden dragon King and of the god of wealth. 29th.-Fête day of Tsü Sung, one of the inventors of writing. 30th. The spirits report to Heaven.

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     NOVEMBER. 3rd.-Fête day of Yang Sze, a deified warrior. 7th.-Solar term, "winter sets in;

sun in Scorpio. Death of an Empress. 10th.-Fête day of Hwa Kwang, the god of fire, and of Ma, a deified physician. Death of an Empress. 10th. -Fête day of Vaidurya Buddha. 11th.-Eclipse of the sun. First day of the tenth moon. Fête day of the god of the Eastern Mountain. A Tauist fast day. 13th.- Fête day of the three brothers, San Mao. 14th.-Day of general abstinence. 15th.-Fête day of Bodhidharma (A.D. 529), a Buddhist patriarch. 16th.-Fête day of the inferior celestial spirits. 19th.-Day of general abstinence. The spirits report to Heaven. 22nd.-Solar term, "little snow"; sun enters Sagittarius. 25th. -Fifteenth day of the tenth moon. Fête day of Ha Yuen, the Tauist god of water, also of the god of small-pox, and of the god and goddess of the bedstead. Fête day of Wen, a deified warrior. 26th.-Fête day of Wu Shan, the goddess of sorcery. 30th.-Fête day of Hu," a Tauist mystic. Auspicious day for fasting and prayer.

     DECEMBER.-1st.-The spirits report to Heaven. 6th.-Fête day of the gods of the five Sacred mountains, and of the five ancient supreme rulers. 7th.-Solar term, "great snow"; sun in Sagittarius. Fête day of Tszu-mi, the star goddess of malaria. 10th. First day of the eleventh_moon. 13th.-Fête day of Confucius (born 551 B.C.), the founder of Chinese ethics and politics. 15th.-Fête day of Yut Kwang, the supreme god of the Tauist pantheon, and of the god of the Western Mountain. The spirits report to Heaven. 20th.-Fête day of Ta Yih, the star god of the sick. 21st.-Day of general abstinence. 22nd.-Solar term, "winter solstice"; sun enters Capricorn. Death of Emperor Kang Hi (A.D. 1723). 24th.-Fifteenth day of the eleventh moon. 26th.-Fête day of Amitabhà, the Buddha of the Paradise in the West. 27th.-Day of general abstinence, 28th.-Fête day of the Bodhi. sattva, called "nine lotus flowers." Auspicious day for fasting and prayer. 30th.- The spirits report to Heaven.

JAPANESE.

NEW YEAR'S DAY.-First of January.

GEN-SHU-SAI.-The festival of opening all public business.

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

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

JEWISH.

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

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

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

      The Feast of the Passover, of Pentecost, and of Tabernacles, were the three principal festivals observed under the law, and they were times of real joy and festi- vity. As all the male inhabitants throughout the country were required on these

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occasions to go up to Jerusalen, and the females also permitted to accompany them if they chose, the concourse was generally very great. These religious assemblies, besides commemorating important events in their history, also subserved other im portant purposes. They kept them steadfast to their religion, by the view of the core- monies and the majesty of the divine service; they afforded the means of religious instruction, for the law of God was then read and explained; and they served, more- over, to renew the acquaintance and friendship of tribes and families, who from all parts of the country thus met three times in the year in the holy city.

The PASSOVER is instituted to commemorate the departure out of Egypt, because on the night preceding that departure the destroying angel who slew the first-born of the Egyptians passed over the bouses of the Hebrews, they being marked with the blood of the lamb, which for this reason was called the Paschal Lamb. It was cele- brated on the fourteenth day of the first month of the ecclesiastical year. It com- mences on the evening of the 3rd of April and lasts seven days. A lamb, or a kid, without blemish, was killed, roasted, and eaten with unleavened bread and bitter herbs. The first Passover was eaten with their loins girded, their shoes on their feet, and their staves in their hands, that they might be in readiness for their journey, circumstances which were not observed in its celebration after the Exodus.

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

The Feast of TABERNACLES was instituted as a memorial of their fathers having dwelt in the tents for forty years, during the passage through the wilderness. It is kept in the first month of the civil year, falls on the evening of the 27th September, and finishes on the evening of the 6th October, and lasts eight days, the first and eighth being the most solemn. In former times during its continuance they lived in booths, tents, or arbours, constructed of the branches and leaves of trees.

These were the three Great Festivals at which all the males were required to go up to Jerusalem to worship. "Three times in a year shall all thy males appear be- fore the Lord thy God, in the place which he shall choose, in the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and in the Feast of Weeks, and in the Feast of Tabernacles."-Deut. xvI., 16, Ex. XXXIV., 23.

The Feast of TRUMPETS is celebrated on the first day of their civil year [14th Sept.], its commencement being proclaimed by sound of trumpet, and the day is kept solemn, all business being forbidden and certain sacrifices appointed to be offered.

   There are also two other feasts, though not appointed by law, which require notice, as they are often mentioned in Jewish history. The feast of DEDICATION WAS appointed to celebrate the re-establishment of Divine worship in Jerusalem, after Antiochus Epiphanes had been vanquished and the temple purified. It is observed for eight days, from the 25th of the third month [commences on the evening of the 5th December], and is also called the Feast of Lights, from the illuminations which the Jews make during these days in their houses.

   Poorim falls on the 14th and 15th of the sixth month [commences on the even- ing of the 4th March], and commemorates the defeat of Haman. On these days they give aims to the poor and presents to their friends on account of the lives of all the Jews having been saved by Esther, (it is therefore called "Feast of Esther") which happened on the 13th of the 6th month (civil year)-March.

The 10th of the first month of the civil year is the day of ATONEMENT, on which they observe a fast from 6 P.M. of the 9th to 7 P.M. of the 10th, and ask forgiveness for their sins. Other fasts were also instituted in later times, connected with the

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siege of Jerusalem (10th of tenth month), the capture of the city (17th of the fourth month), the burning of the temple (9th of the fifth month), and the death of Gueda- liah (3rd of the first month) of the civil year.

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

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

MAHOMEDAN.

RAMAZAN. The Mahomedan fast commences each day throughout the month of this name, when the first streak of light borders the eastern horizon, and continues until the stars are clearly discerned in the beavens. During the whole of these hours not the slightest particle of food, not one single drop of water nor any other liquid, or smoke ever passes the lips. Each day during the fast is passed in occa- sional prayer, besides the usual nımaz, and in reading the Koran or lives of the pro- phets. The fast is broken by dates, in remembrance of the Prophet's family, whose great luxury was supposed to be the date of Arabia, and some cooling draught is added if required. The conclusion of the month Ramazan is celebrated as an Eed festival and is hailed with great rejoicing and merriment. In every house the same dainties are provided, every amusement that can be thought of is indulged in. In some houses the nautch girls are in the apartments of the gentlemen and the "domni" in those of the women.

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

     MOHARRAM.-A celebrated mourning festival held annually in remembrance of the first martyrs of Mussulinans-Hussain and Hossein, the two sons of Fatima and Ali-from whom the whole race of Syads have descended. Hassain was poisoned by an emissary of the usurping Kalipha, and Hossein, the last victim of the descen- dants of the prophet's family, to King Yazid's (son of Maviah) fury, suffering a cruel death after the most severe trials on the plain of Kurbala, on the tenth day of the Arabian month of Moharram, the anniversary of which catastrophe is solemnised with the most devoted zeal. Hassain and Hossein were, as above stated, the two sons of Ali, by bis cousin Fatima, the daughter of Mahomed, and after the murder of their father by the contrivances of the then ruling Kalipba, they with their families removed from Shawn, the capital, to Medina. After residing there for several years, the people of Shawn, being tired of King Yazid's tyrannical rule, invited Hossein to return to the capital, and assume his lawful right as Iman (leader of the faithful). Before accepting this invitation, Hossein sent Moslem, bis cousin, as a messenger to report the true state of affairs to him; but on his arrival with his two sons at Shawn,

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he was seized by order of King Yazid, and cast from a precipice, and his two sons were barbarously murdered, for the sake of the reward offered for their heads. This forins the subject of the ten days' bewailing during the Moharram. The Mahomedans are divided into distinct sects, called the Sunis and the Shias. The former regard Ali and his descendants as the lawful leaders after Mahomed, and the latter Ali and his descendants as fourth Kaliph or after the Kaliphah of Abubakr, Oomer, and Oosman, who died in the lifetime of Ali, and as the Shias are cursing Abubakr, Oomer, and Oosman, the Kaliphas, as Ábubakr, Omar, &c., hence quarrels, animosities, and dislikes are hoarded up to be avenged when opportunity offers. The festival begins on the first day of the moon (Moharramı), Tazias (a_term signifying grief, and applied to a representation of the mausoleum erected over the remains of Iman Hossein at Kurbalu), made of ivory, ebony, sandalwood, cedar, and some wrought in silver filigree, and indeed of every variety of material, from pure silver to bamboo and paper, according to the rank and wealth of the party, are exhibited in every direction, and conveyed in procession through the streets. Mourning assemblies are held morning and evening in the Imanbares by Shias, during the Moharram, and the bead priest or preacher recites a subject for each day's service from the various books composed on the subject descriptive of the lives and sufferings of Hassain and Hossein. The Marsiah, a poetical composition of great merit, and embracing the whole of the subject they commemorate, is charted with great effect; the names of their lawful leaders are recounted with blessings, and those of the Kaliphas with curses. Then comes the procession of Dhal Dhal-Hossein's horse killed at Kurbala, beautifully caparisoned; and finally the Tazias are deposited with funeral rites in the public burial grounds, when the Moharram ceases. The Tabut is a slight framework of bamboo and tinsel. These structures vary considerably in size and appearance, according to the taste and ability of those who build them. Before these Tabuts incense is burned and various other rites are performed. The Tabuts, it is said, are peculiar to India. They are not mentioned in the Koran, nor are they built by the inhabitants of Persia and Arabia, Many Mahomedans regard them with strong disapprobation, both Shias and Sunis. In Bombay a portion of the Mahomedans and Hindoos unite in building the Tabuts. These are taken out, and, accompanied with music, carried in procession through the Bhendy Bazaar, from midnight of the ninth until three o'clock of the morning of the tenth day, and from twelve to six o'clock on the afternoon of the same day, on their way to the beach in Back Bay, where the greater part of the Tabuts, after being stripped of whatever is of value, are cast into the sea. The practice of building Tabuts seems to be losing ground in Bombay, a portion of those who formerly united in this having adopted the views of those opposed to such things. Mahomedans, especially Sunis of India, who do not unite in building the Tabuts, are accustomed to go on this occasion to the mosques for ten successive nights to listen to the account of the death of Hossein. Their demonstrations of grief, however, are not equal to those of the Moguls and Persians (because Mabomedans are forbidden to weep aloud), who while listening to the recital, weep aloud, and smite violently upon their breast. In Bombay there is, strictly speaking, no representation of the battle which was fought previous to the death of Hossein. Some two or three horsemen bearing flags enter the large yard adjoining the Imanbares with loud wailing, and are followed by two horses caparisoned to represent those which were kept for the use of the fallen Hossein. One person on horseback, with a long sword apparently run through the head and covered with blood, joins in the wailing. A female infant, in deep mourning, sitting at the door of a small mausoleum, which is carried on the shoulders of men, constantly cast ashes or cut-straw upon her head, in token of grief. These pass round in a circle, accompanied or followed by a company on foot who beat upon their breast, crying, "Hai Hossein! Hai Hossein!" Sometimes, a person represented in a dying state, his body covered with wounds and blood, and darts and daggers run into it, is carried about in procession. It would seem that this festival is now celebrated with less effort and effect than formerly. It is entirely disapproved by the Sunis.

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

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

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

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PAPETI, OR NEW YEAR'S DAY.-Among the festivals observed by the Parsees, the first and most universally kept is the Papeti, or new year's day. On this day the Parsees rise early, and dress themselves in new suits of clothes, and those piously disposed say their prayers in their private residences or visit their friends and rela- tives, when the "Hama-jor or joining of hands is performed; this ceremony is a sort of greeting corresponding to the European fashion of wishing each other a happy new year. Their friends and relations are invited to breakfast. The morning thus occu- pied, they spend the rest of the day in their country houses or clubs, where feasting and rejoicings are kept up till a late hour. Alms are also given to the poor in the course of the day, and new suits of clothes are presented to servants and dependents. The ancient Persians reckoned a new era from the accession of each successive monarch, and as Yezdezerd, of the Sassanian dynasty, was their last King, when dethroned by Caliph Omar about A.D 640, the date of his accession to the throne has been brought down to the present time, thus making their current year 1254-55.

     In their calculation of the year only 365 days are allowed; leap year is unknown to them, though there are records which prove that in every 120 years one month was added to make it correspond with the solar year.

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     The year is divided into twelve months, of 30 days each, and five days, or "Gathas as these are named, added at the end to make up the deficiency. These five Gatha days are held as the most sacred in the year, and those piously disposed spend them solely in prayers.

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

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

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     Faruhardin JASAN.-This day is set apart for the performance of ceremonies for the dead, " Faruhar" meaning soul or spirit. The religious portion of the people

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attend on the hills at Chaopatty (Bombay), where their " dockmas," or silence are situated, and there perform prayers for the dead, in honour of their memory. The Parsees are enjoined by their religion to preserve the memory of their dead by annual religious ceremonies performed in the house; but such of their friends as die on long voyages or in unknown places, and the date of whose death cannot be positively ascertained, are, according to the terms of their religion, honoured by sacred rites on this day. The ceremony consists in a man or woman preparing small round pieces of baked bread, called darans, which are put on a tray or other copper vessel, along with the fruits and flowers, over which the priest per- forms the prayers of the Baj, or "Vaj," as it is called by M. Anquetil du Perron in his "Zend Avesta." According to the translation published by this learned French- mau, the Baj is an invocation of the names of the departed, and of such of the angels as have a direct control over the souls of the dead after their departure from this world. Prayers of this sort are still performed among the Hindus and the Mahomedans, and are not unknown in the Roman Catbolic countries of Europe.

   ARDIBEREST JASAN.-This festival, as its name implies, is maintained in honour of Ardibehest Amshaspoud, the angel controlling the sacred fire, that element being one of the wonders of divine creation. The fire-temples are crowded on this day, sandalwood is offered to the sacred flame, and prayers offered to the Supreme Deity.

THE NOWROZ.-The fifth on the list is the celebrated Nowroz, called by some the Nowroz-í-Jamshid or the Nowroz-i-Sultan, the King's day. This celebrated festival fails generally about the 21st day of March, and corresponds with our Vernal Equinox. This day is observed by the modern Persians, the Arabs, the Turks, and several other Asiatic nations for the computation of the solar year, and for State purposes, such as the collection of revenue, and the arrangements for the agricultural operations of the year. Eastern writers date the origin of this festival from the time of Jamshid, the third King of the Peshdadian dynasty of Persia. Jamshid is sup- posed by Bailly to have flourished 3,209 years before Christ; the Shah Namah cele- brates him as the first King of bis race, who introduced civilisation among mankind and established the computation of time. If we are to believe the Persian writers, the exquisite bas-reliefs among the ruins of Persepolis-still visible in beauty after a lapse of two thousand years-are representations of the Court of Jamshid, more es- pecially on the festival of the Nowroz. The sculptures at this place contain repre- sentations of the Courts of ancient Persia, with the long train of attendants bringing fferings to the feet of monarcbs; and as the Nowroz is a sort of "revenue settle- ment" day, when the chiefs of different provinces lay their annual contributions before the throne, and are allowed audience with the mouarch, the idea of a part of the Persepolitan bas-reliefs being a picture of some ancient King of Persia holding his Court on the day of the Nowroz does not appear to be without foundation. In Persia this festival is kept for several days with unusual pomp by all the inhabit- ants, whether Mahomedans or Parseos. In India it is simply a day of rejoicing.

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

  In Bombay a fair is held on the Esplanade in honour of this festival. ADAR JASAN.-Adar, another synonym for fire, is the name by which the ninth opth of the Parsee vear is called. This is the most sacred of the twelve months, and the mint lay of that month is held in great respect and sanctity. On this day the fire temples are very much crowded, and offerings of sandalwood are made to the sacred flame, and noney distributed among the priests.

nets.

Besides the bove, there are the festivals of Meher Jasan, the Bahınan Jasan, and a few others of less importance, all of which are partially observed,

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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, MONEY.

CHINESE.

WEIGHTS.

Chinese weights are mostly decimal. Although English weights and measures are used to a considerable extent in trade with foreigners, being legalised in Hongkong for that purpose, the following are also recognised by Ordinance 22 of 1844:-

or cash or candareen

10 lit 10 fan

1 li = 1 fan

10 tsin 4

1 tsin = 1 leung

or mace

or tael

16 leung

=

or catty

100 kan

= 1 tàm, or picul

1 kan,

120 kan = 1 shek, or stone

= '0013 oz. avoir.

·0133 oz. avoir. ⚫1333 oz. avoir.

1 oz. avoir.* 1 lb. avoir. 133 lb. avoir. 160 lb. avoir.

The words candareen, mace, tael, catty, picul, are not Chinese.

Almost all commodities, even liquids, are sold by the above weights amongst Chinese.

MEASURES.

English measures are legal, but so are also the following Chinese :

10 fan'

10 tsün}

1 tsün, 1 chek,

or inch or foot

10 chek = 1 ch'eung or fathom

The Treaty of Tientsin fixes the ch'eung

1 li, or mile

= about 1.41 English inch. about 14.1 English inch. 4 yards (nearly). at 141 English inches. mile English.

10 li = 1 pò, or league 2 miles English (about).

:-

Land is measured by the mau or acre, equal to about of an English acre.

MONEY.

    This is almost entirely represented by weights of silver, a counts being kept in leung, tsin, fan, and li (taels, mace, and candareens) as given above. Their values may be taken to be the following

1 li

or cash+

.06d. or d.

1 fan or candareen = .6d. or id.

I tsin or muce 1 leung or tael

6d.

58.

Not one of these weights is represented by any coin, unless we may take the cash to represent the value of a li of silver.

Silver is used uncoiued, in ingots or shoes, sometimes called sycee; small sums are paid in what is called broken silver. At the Ports this generally consists of the fraginents of Mexican or Spanish dollars, bammered to pieces by the Shroffs in their process of chopping. This broken silver is weighed by means of small steel-yards called li-tang.

    Cash may be said to be the only coin of China. The Chinese call them tsin. They are bronze coins, not unlike thin farthings with a square hole in the centre for stringing together. The Hongkong Government cash or mils are smaller, and the hole is round. The value of cash fluctuates greatly, and is very much a matter of bargain. About 1,200 to a Mexican dollar is an average quotation.

HONGKONG MONEY.

A legal tender in Hongkong consists of Bank notes of one of the chartered banks; Hongkong or Mexican dollars; 20, 10, or 5 cent silver pieces to an amount not exceeding two dollars; or bronze cents or mils to an amount not exceeding one dollar. Spanish and South American dollars are also in circulation, as well as Spanish quarter dollars, American half and quarter dollars, shillings, sixpences, francs, the Japanese silver coinage (at present at a discount of about ten per cent. that of Hongkong), and the 10 and 20 cent pieces of the Straits Settlements, which are accepted indifferently with those of Hongkong.

on

1 candareen,

The value of the dollar during 1881 was from 38. 8d. to 3s. 9d. sterling. Mexican dollars weighed at 7.1.7. mean coins which contain 7 mace, and 7 li of silver (see weights given above). Clean coins of this weight command a premium, lighter ones are taken at a discount.

• The Tael actually in use is 1.351 os.

† The li when representing weight is never spoken of as a caab, but probably the original value of a cash was 1 di of pure silver.

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The Hongkong bronze coinage is always more or less at a discount, which has sometimes been as high as 30 per cent. in the case of cents, and 50 per cent. in the case of cash. Servants avail themselves of this discount to make a profit whenever they are entrusted with silver for purchasing anything that can be paid for in copper.

SIAMESE.

MONEY.

4 P'eis

2 Fu'ang

4 Sálings

4 Bäts

make 1

Fu'ang

1

"

Sálü'ng

1

Bät or Tical

"

"

1

Tämlü'ng

20 Tämlü'ngs

1

Ch'äng

"

50 Ch'ängs

1

Hip

..

100 Häps

1 Tära

WEIGHTS.

$0 076.

0.150.

0·600.

2.400.

48.000.

""

"

2,400.000. 24,000,000.

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

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

MEASURES.

LONG MEASURE.

1 Niw 12 Niws

inch.

make

1 K'ú'p

91

2 K'ú'ps 4 Säwks

1 Sawk

**

"

191

21

1 Wah

78

"

20 Wabs

130 feet.

"

99

9 statute miles.

400 Söns

1 Sön 1 Yot

    Note-Timber is bought by the Yök, which is 64 Säwk in length, by 1 Säwk in width=36,864 Siamese iuches, being equivalent to 169 square feet.

1 Tänan....

20 Tänans make 1 'lúng

DRY MEASURE.

15

pints. 25 Tänans make

100 Tángs or 80 Sat

1 Sat

1 Keean (Coyan.)

"

Note.-A Keean is 20 Piculs. A Picul is 133 lbs. avoirdupois.

TABLE OF EXCHANGE.

CENTS TO

SALUNGS

SALUNOS

PER DOLLAR.

FOR $100.

FOR $100.

BACH TICAL.

PRE DOLLAR.

150 Tls. or

66.66 P TI.

6.6

6:025

150-62}

66-39

6.625

165 Tls. or 165-621

CENTS TO EACH TICAL.

60 60 TI.

60.37

6.050

151.25

66.11

6.650

166.25

60.15

6:075

151.87}

65.84

6.675

166.871

59.92

6.1

152.50

65.57

6.7

167.50

59.70

6.125

153.12)

65:30

6.725

168.12

59.48

6.150

153.75

65.04

6.750

168-75

59-27

6.175

154-371

64.71

6.775

169.37}

59.04

6.2

155*

64.51

6.8

170'

58.82

6.225

155.621

64.26

6.825

170.62}

6.250

156.25

64.

6.850

171.25

58 61 58.39

6:275

156-87}

63.74

6.875

17187}

¡ 58.18

6.3

157.50

63.50

6.9

172.50

57.97

6.325

158.12

63.24

6.925

173.12

57.76

6.350

15875

62.99

6.950

173.75

57.55

6.375

159.374

62.74

6.975

174.37}

57.34

6.4

160*

62.50

7.

175.

57.14

6.425

160-62)

62.26

7.025

175.62}

56 94

6.450

161.25

62.

7 050

176.25

56.73

6.475

161.871

61.77

7.075

176.87

56.54

6.5

162.50

61.53

7.1

177.50

56:33

6.525

163.124

61.30

7.125

178.124

56.14

6.550

163.74

61.07

7.150

178.75

55.94

6.575

164.37}

60.83

7.175

179.37}

55.74

7.2

180-

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LIST OF FOREIGN RESIDENTS

IN CHINA, JAPAN, WLADIWOSTOCK, THE PHILIPPINES, COCHIN

CHINA, SIAM, AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS

FOR 1882.

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

Aalst, J. A. van, Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton Aarestrup, A., steward, International Hospital, Hiogo Aaron, E. J., (D. Sassoon, Suns, & Co ) agent, Hankow Aarons, H., (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Praya

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

   Abbey, R., (H. Macarthur & Co.) ship broker, Yokohama Abbey, T., (H. Macarthur & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Abbott, E., broker, Yokohama

Abbott, R. J., Maritime Customs assistant, Amoy

Abbott, J. C., captain, steamer Fokien, Hongkong and Foochow

Abdeally Mulla Mohomadally (Hakimjee Rajbhoy & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Abdolk hasen, H. M, (Hajee Meerza Mahomed Ally & Co.) manager, Lyndhurst terrace

Abdoolally, N., (A. Habibbhoy) manager, Lyndhurst Terrace

Abdoolcarrim Abedin (Nujmoodin Jeewakhan) merchant, Grabam St.

Abdool Kayoom Sumoodin (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) clerk, Canton

Abdoolkurim Ally Mabomed, (Hajee Esmail Hajee Ahmed) manager, Peel street

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

Abel, W., third officer, P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hongkong and Japan

Abell, J. C., broker, and secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Hiogo

Aberdien, A., sergeant, British Legation escort, Tokio

Abesser, R., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Abonnel, A., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

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

Abraham, R., overman, Takashima Colliery, Nagasaki

Abraham, A. E. J., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) agent, Hankow

Abrams, H., horse dealer, Singapore

Abrams, (H. Abrams) assistant, Singapore

Abrams, Č., (Blaze, Rudel & Co.) clerk, Penang

Abreu, J. sobrestante mayor, ayuntamiento, Manila

Acha, M. de, (Perez & Acha) storekeeper, Iloilo

Acha, A. de, (Perez & Acha) assistant, Manila

Achesou, J., acting assist. statistical secretary, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Ackley, L.eut. 9. M., executive officer, U S. Sloop Palos

Acton, G., warder, gaol, P、nang

Adam, T. B., M.B. &c, (Stewart & Rennie) assistant, Foochow

Adams, A. P., (W. Mansfield & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Adams, Rev. J. S.; missionary, Wêuchow

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

Adams, M. J., inspector of nuisances

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

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Ad mson, A., chief engineer, U.S.S. Swatura

Addis, G. T., mana er, Chartered Mercantile Bank, Penang Addiscott, W. H., fitter, H. M. Naval Yard

Addosio, Rev. P. d', Roman Catholic missionary, Peking Adnams, W. T., chief storeman, H.M. Nival Yard Adolphus, Bro., teacher, St. Joseph's College, Caine road Adriaensens, M. J. de, president, real audiencia, Manila Adrian, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Sh nghai

  Adriano, J. de D, ecclesiastical department, Manila Aeulla, J. A., oficial, ayuntamiento, Mamila

Acnlle, R., Manila

Aeria, W.. apprentice apothecary, Lu atie Asylum, Singapore Aeria, S. F., second clerk, Lieut.-Governor's office, Penang Agar, L. de, third secretary, Spanish Legation, Peking Agostini, P. d,' (D. Musso & Co.) clerk, West Point Agthe, K, (H. Müller & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Aguado, F., conꞌador, auditor general's department, Manila Aguila, A. L. S. del, marine officer, Post-office Aguilar, M. R.. Governor of province, Iloilo

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

Ablman, J. A., (P. & O.S.N. Co,) piermaster, West Point

Ahmed, H. A. H., (Hajee Esmail Hajec Ahmed) merchant, Peel street

Ahrens, H., (H. Ahrens & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Aichberger, von, consul for Germany, Amoy

Ailion, J. A., (R. Isaacs & Bros) merchant, and consul for Portugal, Hiogo

Ainslie, A., Maritime Customs assistant, Foochow

Ain-lie, G., chief officer, steamer Suez, Hongkong and Calcutta

Aitken, A. G., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) engineer in harbour

Aitken, A. M., (Boustead & Co.) merchant, Penang

Aitken, Rev. W., minister of Presbyterian Church, Singapore

Akimoff, N., agent National Volunteer Fleet, Wladiwostock

Alabaster, H., tutor and translator, Royal Palace, Bangkok Alabaster, C., consul for Great Britain, &c., Hankow Alabor, J., (G. R. Lammert) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Alarcon, R., president, San Juan de Letram College, Manila Alberdi, Sor Dolores, San José hospital, Manila

Alberoni, C., painter, Manila

Albers, G., (Kunst & Albers) merchant, Wladiwostock (absent)

Albertini, inspector of po ce. Sa gon

Alberts, G., (J. H. Langelütje) clerk, Wladiwostock

Alborado, A., constable, British consulate, Takao

Albuquerque, J. T., public vaccinator, Penang

Alburn, R., (E. M. Barretto) clerk, Manila

Alcantara de San Leandro, P., inspection de Montes, Lingayan, Luzon

Alcazar. J. del, gele de ne ociado, administracion civil, Manila

Alcott, G., Maritime Customs examiner, Coinkia..g

Alcuas, C., (" La Pu›rt del Sol ") assistant, Manila

Alcuas, V., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Alcuaz, B,, acting reporter, Supreme court, Manila

Alcuaz, C. S. de, "La Puerta del Sol" storekeeper, Manila

Aldagaser, M., carriage builder, Iloilo

Aldecoa, Z. I. de, (Aldecoa & Co.) merchant, Manila

AlDegner, J. G., gefe de negociados, admin stracion civil, Manila

Aldegner. M., (Aldegner & Sons) merchant, Iloilo

Alder, Chas. A., usher, Diocesan School, Bonham road

Aldon, A., billiard room proprietor, Iloilo

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Aldrich, A. S., sec. to directors & chief account., Government railway service, Yokohama Aldridge, E. A., Mari ime Customs assistant, and medical officer, Hoihow Alemão, D., (Brandão & Co work. Wellington street Alexander, E. S., naval code. E B.M.S. Iron Duke

Alexander, Major G. A., East Kent Regiment, acting paymaster, Singapore Alexander, T., professor of civil engineering, Engineering College, Tokio Alexander, Rev. T. T., missionary, Tokio

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

Algar, A., tailor, Shanghai

Alger, P. R., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Alioth, A., (Ziegler & Co.) merchant, Yoko ama

Allaire, en-igne, French corvette Champlain

Allan, H. T. (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) el rk, Shanghai

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

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

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

Allan, J., second engineer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Cal utta Allan, W., Maritime Cus' oms watcher, Canton

Allan, J. M., (Kiangnan Arsenal) overseer of marine engineering, Shangha: Allanson, Wm., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) clerk, Sanghai

Allard, Rev. M. J. F., French Catholic Mission, Pulo Tikus, Penang

Allason, captain, steamer Ashington, Singapore and Bangkok

Allcock, G. H., silk inspector, Yokohama

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

Allen, C M., (John Fish r) manager, Singapore

Allen, I. W., (Mackenzie & Co.) assis ant, Shanghai

Allen, H J., British Consul, Newchwang

Allen, J. B., inspector of police, Singapore

Allen, A. E., (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Kiuk'ang Allen, G., sub inspector police, Singapore Allen, J. F., i land sea pilo, Nagasaki

Allen, E. L. B., assistant, British Consulate, Swatow Allen, Whitworth, bill brok r, Penang

Allen, J. H. B., (Geo. Oliver & Co.) clerk, Foochow Allen, C. F. R., British Consul, officiat.ng at Ningpo Allen, Rev. Y. J., D.D., LL.D., missionary, Shanghai Alleyron, genera!, commander of the troops, Saigon Allibhoi Adumjee, (Fezool bhoi Abdoolli) merchant, Singapore Allimahomed, A., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) clerk, Gage street Alkof, French Catholic Mission, Tek ng

Allon, J. M., (Alloin & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Allshorn, F. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Nin gpo

Allsop, C., engineer, H.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Allum, W. E., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Allybhoy Adamjee, (Hakimjeo Rajbhoy & Co.) merchant, Singapore Almada e Castro, L. G. d', clerk, Colon al Secretary's office Almario, F. S., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street Almario, H. (Earnshaw & Co.) clerk, Manila

  Almeid, J. G. R. d', (Donal·!son & Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore Almeida, J. F. d', (Celestial Empire office) compositor, Shanghai Almeida, A. M, d', (Holme, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Na.asaki Almeida, J. d', ars nal foreman, Ordnance Store department Almeida, Rev. F. A. d', vicar of St. Anthony's church, Macao Almeida, J. E. d', student interpreter, procurador's department, Macao Almeida, L. A. d', (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Queen's road

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Almeida, F. J. d', (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Almeida, C. M. d', (E. Millot & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Almeida e Azevedo, A. E. d', attorney-general, Macao Almeida, J. d', (H.K.C. & M.S.B. Co.) wharfinger

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

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

Almeida, J. d', broker, and consul for Brazil, Singapore Almeida, E. F. d', Chapman, King & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Almeida, J. V. d', Bangkok

Almeida, F. d', (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Shanghai Alonço, J., Junr., (Hongkong Gas Co.) clerk, West point Alonço, V., (Hongkong Gas Co.) clerk, West point

Alonso, J., auxiliare de fomento, civil government, Manila

Alonso, J. G, ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Lingayen, Philippines Alonso, R. M., oficial, administracion de estancadas, Manila

Alono, C., restaurant keeper, Manila

Alquier, Baron, captain, French frigate Thémis

Alston, H. W., (Stewart & Osborne) assistant, Shanghai Alton, F. C. clerk to secretary, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Alva, V. de., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila Alvares, J. J. F., surgeon, military department, Macao Alvarez, C., assistant, department of forests, Orani, Luzon Alvarran, J., inspeccion de montes, Romblon, Philippines Alves, A. F., accountant, Colonial Treasury

Alves, J. M. S., acting first clerk, Colonial Secretary's office Alves, J. L. de S., clerk, Harbour Master's office

Alves, P. M., clerk, Colonial Treasury

Alzas, telegraphist, Saigon

Amauric, captain commanding troops, Quinhon

Ambrose, J., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ameen, Mahomed, (Hajee Meerza Mohmed Ally & Co.) manager, Lyndhurst terrace Amelunxen, E. A. v., (Alex. Bielfeld) clerk, Shanghai

Ament, Rev. W. S., missionary, Peking

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

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

Amy, assistant, Customs, Haiphong

Amy, C. G., lightkeeper in charge, Shantung lighthouse, Chefoo

Anastasio, C., ayudante, inspeecion de montes, Unisan, Luzon

Anato, Rev. À., Russian inission, Tokio

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

Anant, P. C., (Messageries Mar.times) clerk, Singapore

Inchant, Robt., Bangkok

Andersen, R, Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Andersen, H., (Japan Photographic Association) photographer, Yokohama

Andersen, L. A., surveyor to Lloyds' agents, Germanic Lloyds', &c., Amoy

Andersen, N. P., captain, Customs revenue cruiser Kua-hsing, Shangbai

Anderson, J. W. (Stewart & Osborne) assistant, Shanghai

Anderson, L., superintendent engineer, naval yard, Taku

  Anderson, T., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman boilermaker, Cosompolitan Dock Anderson, E. J. S., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Anderson, M. H., cadet-engineer U.S.S. Richmond

Anderson, (Drummond, Gaggino & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Anderson, E. C., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Anderson Miss J., missionary, Chefoo

Ande A., (David Gilmour) silk inspector, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Anderson, C., chief officer receiving ship Emily Jane, Suaughai Anderson, D., (American Clock & Brass Co.) clerk, Yokohama Anderson, W., chief clerk, Supreme Court, Singapore Anderson, W., chief clerk, Court of Requests, Singapore Anderson, J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Singapore Anderson, F., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Anderson, P., medical in:ssionary, Taiwanfoo

Anderson, R., (Howarth, Erskine & Co.) engineer, Singapore Anderson, J., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama Anderson, J., (J. Reyna) engineer, Iloilo

Anderson, W., carpenter, Yokohama

Anderson, T., engineer, Iloilo

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

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

Anderson, D., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Anderson, John, storekeeper, Nagasaki

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

Anderson, J. H., (R. Anderson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai and Kiukiang

Anderson, R., (R. Anderson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai and Kiukiang

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

Anderson, J., lightkeeper, Houki lighthouse, Chefoo

Ando, Taro, Japanese consul, Caine road

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

Andrade, E. T. d', assistant, public works department, Manila

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André, A., (Melchers & Co.) merchant & con, for Austria-Hungary, Peddar's Whart (absent) André, first clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Andreu, J., professor, San Juan de Letram College, Manila

Andreu, J. San, teacher, seminario conciliar da Jaro, Iloilo

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

Audrews, L. P., (Holliday, Wis: & Co.) clerk, Manıla

Andrews, J. W., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Shanghai Andrews, P. M., clerk, Land office, Penang

Andrews, Rev. W., missionary, Nagasaki

Andrews, G., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) assistant warehousemin, Singapore Andrews, H. B., cadet-midshipınan, U.S.S Richmond

Andrews, E. G., third officer, P. & Ó. steamer Malacca, Hongkong and Japan

Andrews, Miss M. E., missionary, T'ung-chau

Andrews, H. J., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) merchant, Manila (abs ut)

Andries, E., (L. Candrellier) assistant, Yokohama

Andrieu, contractor, Pnom-pent, Cainbo lia

Augellier, R. 1', (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Angelucci, grocer and coffee house keeper, Saigon

Angier de Maintenon, commissioner of subsistances, Saigon

Angier, H. E., (Eastern Extension A. and C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Anglin, J. R., proprietɔr, Japan Gazette, Yokohama

Acgulo, A., restaurant keeper, Manila

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

Angus, W. R., apothecary, Medical departinent, Malacca

Annan, Robt., garrison sergeant-major

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

Anot, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Anson, A. J. G., postmaster, Penang

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

Antelo, Dr J., Civil Governor's department, Manila

Anthony, T. B., constable, British consulate, Hakodate

Anthony, Bro., teacher, St. Joseph's College, Caine road

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Anthony, J. M., (A. A. Anthony & Co.) merchant, Penang Anthony, Seth, (A. A. Anthony & Co.) merch int, Penang Anthony, G., (van Somaren & Anthony) solicitor, Penang Anthony, Wm., gunner, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Anton, P. W., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai Anton, J. Ross, bill and bullion broker, College Gardens Antonio, E., (Stephens & Ho mes) clerk, Club Chambers Autonio, L., Maritime Customs' lightkeeper, Shanghai

Apcar, A. M., merchant and comm ssion agent, Hollywood Road Apper, G., councillor-at law, Tokio

Appleyard, G., chief officer, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Aquico, T. d', (Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Aquino, B. J. d', assistant purser, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton Aquino, E. H. d', clerk, Stamp Revenue office

Aquino, J. C. d', (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Aquino, F. d', compositor, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai

Aquino, J. F., compositor, Mercantile Printing office, Shanghai

Araneta, H., trad r, Hoilo

Araueta, A., trader, Iloilo

Arangurau, M. M. de, third secretary, Spanish Legation, Yokohama

Aranjo, B. E. d', clerk, medical department, Singapore

Aranllo, M., reporter, Supreme Court, Manila

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

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

Arcecheta, B., escribiente, botanical department, Manila

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

Archer, Surgeon Major S., principal army medical officer, Singapore

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

Archibald, Miss, missionary, Chiang Mai, Siam

Ardouin, staff surgeon, French cruiser Kersaint

Arluzer, pilot, Saigon

Arellano, E. R., clerk, contaduria de hacienda, Manila

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

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

Arenosa, C. L., medical practitioner, Manila

Arenosa, M. L. de, (R. de la Vara) clerk, Manila

Arenzana, J., assistant, Mint, Manila

Aretz, W. H., mercbant, Shanghai

Arevalo, B, dentist, Manila

Arevalo, G., assistant, Post office, Iloilo

Arevalo, J., dentist, Manila

Arguelles, Y. D., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ari, Lala, proprietor, French Hotel," Manila

Arias, E., professor, University, Manila

Arjânee, F. H., (N. Mody & Co.) merchaut and hon. sec. Parsee Club, Queen's road Armada, J., (J. Peña & Co.) clerk, Manila

Armada, I., (J. Peña & Co.) clerk, Manila

Armitage, J. L., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fus liers

Armour, J., Maritime Customs tidesurveyor and harbour master, Kiukiang

Armstrong, J., (S. C. Faruham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Armstrong, G., broker, Manila

Armstrong, H., proprietor, Annandale Cocoanut Estate, Singapore

Armstrong, A., headmaster, High School, Malacca

Armstrong, J., second engineer, revenue cruiser Feihoo, Amoy

Armstrong, J. M., Government auctioneer and commission agent, Queen's road central Armstrong, J. B., surgeon, H B.M. gunvessel Fly

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Arnaud, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Arnault, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Arnhold, J., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) merchant, Praya (absent) Arnhold, Ph., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Arnier, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Arnold, T., public accountant, Bank Buildings

Arnold, A. S., proprietor " Brunswick" Hotel, Hiogo

Arnoux, G. d', acting deputy commissioner, Mar.time Customs, Canton Aroozoo, J. J., clerk, General Post office, Singapore

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

Arozoo, J. B, foreman, Singapore & Straits Printing office, Singapore Airais, J., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) turner, Singapore

Arranz, Rev. C, Roman Catholic missionary, Tamsui

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

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

Arroja, T., trader, Iloilo

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

Asensi, M., suplente, Supreme Court, Manila

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

Ashmore, Rev. Wm, Jr., missionary, Swatow Ashmore, Rev. Wm., D.D., missionary, Swatow Ashton, F. M., P. A. engineer, U.S.S. Palos Ashton, J., secretary, Shanghai C ub, Shanghai Ashton, H., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk. Manila Ashton, F., captain, steamer Hailoong, Coast Ashton, S., master mariner

   Ashuers, E. H., assistant master, Raffles' Institution, Singapore Asmus, H. L., (Kim Cheng Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok

Asse, registrar to justice of the peace, Saigon

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

Assumpção, J. C. d', first clerk, revenue office, Macao

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

Assumpção, J. C. P. d', secretary, Revenue office, Macao

Astill, R. W., foreman engineer, Water Works Co., Shanghai

Aston, W. G., British Consul, Hiogo

Astorga, L., trader, Iloilo

Aström, C., pilot, Bangkok

Asverus, Otto, marine surveyor, Swatow

Atkinson, E., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Malacca

Atkinson, G. L., commander, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Atkinson, J. J., engineer, H.B.M. sloop Daring

Atkinson, J., (Kingnan Arsenal) overseer of powder manufacture, Shanghai Atkinson, Rev. J. L., missionary, Hiogo

Atterbury, B. E., medical missionary, Peking

Aubeaud, Mme., telegraphist, Thudaumot, Cochin China

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

Aubriot, chief engineer, French cruiser Champlain

Augias, tidesurveyor, Customs, Hipho: g

Augueta, A., ministro, tribunal de cuentes, Mania

Augurin, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Augustin, S. W., sub-inspector of hackney carriages, Singapore

Augusto, P., captain, s. cond battalion. Macao (absent)

Aumoitte,, chancellier, French consulate, Hauoi

Aurientis, Rev. P., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka

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Aussenac, E., (Guichard et fils) clerk, Manila

  Austen, E. J., assistaut engineer, H.B.M.gun-vessel Kestrel Austen, W. T., missionary to seamen, Yokoh ma Austen, J. G., (Austen & Co.) merchant, Iloilo (absent) Auton, W. J. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. gunvessel Lily Autridge, W. B., paymaster, H.B.M. sloop Albatross Avecilla, L., assistant, public works department, Manila Avegno, G., captain str. Siam Supporter, Bangkok Avila, M. A. d', ensign, second battalion, Macao

Avila, A. J. L. d', lieutenant, police, Macao

Ayllon, E., interventor de aforo., inspeccion de accpios de tabaco, Iloilo Aymerieth, C., aide-de-camp to Governor General of Philippi..es Aymonier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Aymonin, V., (V. Aymonin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Ayres, C. A. S., (C. Gerard & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Ayres, Philip B. C., Colonial surgeon and inspector of hospitals

Ayrton, W. S., acting consul, British Consulate, Wuhu

Azedo, C. M. D., captain of police, Macao

Azevedo e Gomes, A. J. de, lieutenant, Portuguese gun-boat Tamega Azevedo, L. d', Maritime Customs cl rk, Amoy

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

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

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

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

Azevedo, A. d', purser, steamer Kiukiang. Hongkong and Canton Azevedo, J. J. d', contador, Revenue department, Macao

  Baber, E. C., Chinese secretary, British Legation, Peking Bach, E., surgeon major, army medical department, Manila Bachelor, J., dresser, medical department, Malacca

Backhouse, Captain J. B., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Backwell, G. T., clerk, H.B.M. sloop Albatros8

  Bacon, H. C. J., field assistant, Survey department, Penang Badal, J., trader, Iloilo

Badge, Geo., draper, Hiego

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

Baehr, H., (C. Rhode & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Baelz, Dr. E., professor, Medical College, Tokio

Baer, G. A., (Baer & Suhm) merchant, Manila

Baer, S., (Baer Senior & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent)

Baessier, J., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Baffey, G. W., (O. & O S.S. Co.), assistant, Yok hama

Bagga, B., (Ramsey, Badman & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Bagnall, B., missionary, Kiukiang

Bahlsen, J., (Kirchner & Boger) clerk, Shanghai

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

Bailey, J. G., sub-inspector of police, Penang

Bailly, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

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

  Bain, G. M., proprietor and editor China Mail, Wyndham street Bain, W. N., manager, Hongkong Ice Co., East Point

Bain, W. B., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Bain, John, engineer, Saw Mills Co., Johore

Bain, E., (W. Hall & Co.) clerk, Penang

Bair, M., German consul, Tokio (absent)

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Baird, Jas., (A. Provand & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Baird, C. W., (Union Insurance Society of Canton) clerk, Shanghai Baird, A., lightkeeper, Cape D'Aguilar lighthouse

Baker, J. G. L., assist. engineer, H.M. sloop Flying Fish Baker, G. J., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Baker, H., (Butterfield & Swire) tea inspector, Foochow Baker, J. H., (Rose & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Baker, Wm., sergeant of police

Baker, M., (Moses & Co.) assistant, Singapore

   Balabio, A., manager Chefoo Filanda, and consular agent for Italy, Chefoo Balauche, Rev. H., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Balbas, E., printer, Manila

Balbas y Ageo, V., (Hijos de Balbas & Co.) merchant, Manila

Balbas y Ageo, J., (Hijos de Balbas & Co.) merchant, Manila

Baldasano y Topete, A., consul for Spain, Singapore

Baldomero, assistant, department of forests, Conception, Philippines Baldwin, G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Baldwin, C. H., Kioto, Japan

Baldwin, Rev. C. C., D.D., missionary, Foochow (in city)

Baldwin, Rev. Stephen L., missionary, Foochow

Balea, J., chemist, Iloilo

Balfour, A., superintendent engineer, Naval department, Bangkok

Balfour, J. H., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Balfour, F. H., editor, N. C. Herald, Shanghai

Balfour, L. C., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's Road

Balfour, A. F., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying-vessel Magpie

Balhetchet, W., Malay interpreter, Supreme Court, Penang

Ball, J. D., interpreter and sheriff, Supreme Court

Ballagh, Rev. J. C., missionary, Tokio

Ballagh, Rev. J. H., missionary, Yokohama

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

Ballard, T. J., Maritime Customs harbour master, Newchwang

Ballard, J. A, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ballarini, L., (P. Santorins) druggist, San Fernando, Philippines

Ballauf, H., (E. Meyer & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

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Ballentine, H. L., cadet n.idshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Balles, sub-commissioner, Marine Hospital, Saigon

Balliston, G. W., nav. lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Ballori, J., (Vaño y Reyes) merchant, Cebu

Baltao, D., (Garchitorena & Co) assistant, Manila

Bamford, Rev. A. J., minister Union Chapel, Shanghai

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

Bandier, secretary to Colonial Council, Saigon

Bandinel, J. J. F., merchant, and consul for Netherlands, U.S.A., Newchwang

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

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

Banister, Rev. W., missionary, Foochow

Banker, W. S., pilot, Newchwang

Banks, F. W., (John Little & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Banks, M., pilot, Nagasaki

Bannerman, J., engineer, Bangkok

Bannerman, J., chief engineer, Tugboat Association, Shangbai

Bannerman, J., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Baptist, H. S., (Netherlands Trading Society) clerk, Singapore Baptista, O., (Dennys & Mossop) clerk, Bank Buildings Baptista, A. M., (Sharp & Co.) clerk, Queen's Road

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

Baptista, M. A., drawing master, Victoria Boys' School, Hollywood road Baptista, M. A., Jr., (Sharp, Toller & Johnson) clerk, Supreme Court House Baptista, L. M., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Baptiste, clerk, Court of Appeal, Saion

Babtiste, F. A., apothecary, govt. m dical døpt., Perang

Barbe, de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

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

Barbera, A., farmaceutico, army medical department, Manila

Barbier, Rev. P. N., French missionary, Tha-kien, Siam Barchet, S. P., M.D., missionary, Ningpo

Barclay, E. G., (Boyd & Co.) cl rk, Amoy

Barclay, T. C.. Guthrie & Co.) clerk. Singapore

Barclay, J. R. (New Hrbour Deck Co.) clerk, Singapore

Barclay, T. G., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, Fort Adjutant

Barclay, Rev. T., M.A., missionary, Taiwanfoo (absent)

Bardoleto, L., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Barff, C. S., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's read

Barff, S., assistant postmaster general and acting deputy registrar, Supreme Court

Barff, F. W., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Manila

Bargen, J. von, (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Baker, J. T., boatswain, U.S.S. Swatara

Barker, J. E., Maritime Custoans tidewaiter, Swatow

Barker, T. W., (China an·1 Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Shanghai Barkham, T. W., (T. Weeks & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Barkley, C., storeman, H M. Naval Yard

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

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

Barradas, A. C., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Barradas, E. C., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Barradas, T., clerk, Post-office

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

Barrera y Caldes, E., abagado fiscal, real audiencia, Manila

Barret, mechanic, Cholen Rice Mill, Cochin China

Barrett, Ed., engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

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

Barretto, L., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Barretto, J. A., Chat.cery Lane

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

Barretto, J. A., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Manila

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

Barretto, L., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

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

Barrie, W., outside superiu ending engineer, Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co., Yokohama

Barriere, Ch., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Barrington, Surgeon H. E. W., army mical departmeut, Sing pore

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

Barroll, H. H., master U.S.S. Richmond

Barros, J. J. de, (Hongkong Telegraph) bookkeeper, Wellington Street

Barros, E., clerk to Registrar, Supreme Court

Barros, S. J. de, ensign of Police, Macao

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

Barros, A. de, proprietor, Macao Dispensary, Macao

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

Barros, F. J., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's road

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Barros, B. B. de, (Falk, Bramann & Beidek) clerk, Bangkok Barrows, Miss M. A., missionary, Hiogo

Barry, E. B., secretary lieutenant, U.S. Squadron

Barry, agent voyer, public works department, Saigon

Barry, W. W., paymast r, U.S.N., in charge Naval Depot, Nagasaki

Barry, J., clerk, U.S. Naval Depot, Nagasaki

Barry, J. W., (Osaka Iron Works) supdt. shipwright, Osaka

Birtenstein F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Bartlett, R., sub-inspector polie, Pen ing

Bartley, A., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang

Bartolini, A., Maritime Customs assistant and examiner, Shanghai

Bartolome, M., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Barton, Capt. E., aide-de-camp to General Donovan

Barton, Captain Z., British Government marine surveyor, Shanghai Basilisse, Bro., director West point Reformatory

Baskes, P. H., storekeeper, Bangkok

Basoormanoff, N. K., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow Bassewitz, C. von, acting German Consul, Bangkok

Bast, L., (Pasedag & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Bastide, L., assistant interpre'er, French Consulate, Yokohama

Basto, J. C. de, (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Canton

Bastos, H. M. (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Bastos, A. J., junr., lawyer and member of Council of Province, Macao

Bastos, J. M. de C., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Basuian, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Bataille, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bataille, chief surveyor, Saigon

Batchelder, Capt. J. M., Foreign Concession, Tokio

Batchelor, L., chief engineer, Mitsu Bisbi s'eamer Kiushiu-maru

Batchelor, J., missionary, Hakodate

Batelot, ensigne, French cruiser Kersaint

Bateman, F., (Oriental Bank Corporation) clerk, Singapore

Bateman, F. G., usher, magistracy, Singapore

Bateman, F. G., sub-inspector police, Singapore

Bateman, H., teacher, Government School, Singapore

Bates, N. L., medical inspector, in charge U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama Bates, Rev. J., missionary, Ningpo

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

Batlle, J., inspector of telegraphs, Manila (absent)

Balle, E., (Batlle Hermanos & Co.) merchant, Manila

Batt, Miss M. E., missionary, Peking

Batteke, G., billiard saloon, Osaka

Baud, A., (C. & J. Favre Biandt) assistant, Yokohama

Baud, E, contractor, Saigon

Baudier, (E. Baud & Co.) assis'an', Saigon

Baudran, Mine, (Baudran & Fargeot) dressniaker, Saigon

Banendahl, lieutenant, H Germ n M.S. Elisabeth

Bauer, commander, gunboat Mousqueton, Saigon

Bauermeister, A., (Bebre & Co.) merchant, and Consul for Italy, Saigon

Baumann, A., (Sieber- Waser) merchant, Shanghai

Baumgarten, C., advocate and solic tor, Singapore

Baumgarten, H. A., advocate and solicitor, M lacca

Bautista, A. J., carriage keeper, Iloilo

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

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

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

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Bavier, A. de, (Bavier & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Bavier, V. de, (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Baxter, A. G., Taku Pilot Co., Taku

Baxter, J., marine surveyor, Singapore

Bay, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Bayard, Lieut. R. B., East Kent Reg mert, Singapore (absent)

Baylias, W. D., C.E., supdt. of works, Surveyor General's office, Singapore

Bayly, J. C. captain, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Bayly, E. H., lieutenant, H.M. sloop Flying Fish

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

Bayne, W. G., agent, North China Insurance Company, Yokohama (absent)

Baynes, H. C. A., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

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

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

Bazangeon, counselor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Bazing, M., (C. & J. Trading & Co.) manager tea department, Yokohama

Beadon, R. J., barrister-at-law, and legal adviser to Home Department, Tokio Béal, A., provicaire apostolique, French mission, Canton

Beal, J. P., assistant master, Raffles' Institution, Singapore

Beale, J., cadet midshipman, U.S. corvette Alert

Beale, J. E., manager, Hongkong Telegraph. Wellington street

Beamont, I., aicediano, ecclesiastical department, Manila

Bean, W., merchant, Chinkiang

 Bearcroff, J. E., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel Beart, E., secretary, Hongkong Club

Beato, F., merchant, Yokohama

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

Beattie, J., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Beatty, Thos. E., (Kobe Iron Works) boilermaker, Hiogo

Beauchamp, H. L., (Mackintosh, Dudgeon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Beauchamp, J. W., (C. J. Strome) clerk, Yokohama

Beauchef, P., Roman Catholic missionary, Sanghai

Beaugendre, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Beavin, Sergt. J., foreman of works, Royal Engineer department

Beazeley, M., Maritime Customs assistant lighthouse engineer, Amoy

Bechon, ensign, French gunboat Lutin

Beck, M., Bangkok

Becke, F. G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Becker, E. T., (Behn, Meyer & Co) clerk, Singapore

Becker, R., (Sander & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

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

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

Beer, de G., Hiogo

Beetz, M., (A. Roensch) assistant, Manila

Begg, C., medical practitioner, Hankow

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

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

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

Behr, Meyer, (Katz Brothers) assistant, Singapore

Behr, Max, (Katz Brothers) storekeeper, Singapore

Behre, E., special agent German Steainship Company of Hamburg, Que.n's rad Beidek, O., (Falk, Bramann & Bridek) merchant, Bangkok

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

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

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Beins, T. M., clerk, Municipality, Malacca

Belam, H., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Belan, T., ("La Puerta del Sol") assistant, Iloilo Belbin, E., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Shanghai Béliard, E., Director of the Interior, Saigon Belilios, Hon. E. R., merchant, Lyndhurst terrace Bell, G. F., (W. Birt & Co.) wharfinger, Shanghai Bell, L. K., lieutenant, H.B. M. corvette Encounter Bell, F. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Bell, T., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Naniwa-maru Bell, E. H., chief inspector of police, Penang

Bell, G., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Hiroshima-maru, Tokio Bellaguet, Léon, consul for France, Cantou

Bellamy, T., railway engine driver, Yokohama

Bellamy, E. A., (Austen & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

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

Bellaux, (Crestiu) assistant, Haiphong

Bellido y Bona, P., chief engineer, inspeccion de montes, Manila Bellier, telegraphist, Cholon, Cochin China

Bello, B. G., inspector, Intendencia de Hacienda, Manila

Belogolovy, A. A., mercbant, Tientsin

Beltran, P., (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Canton

Beltran, J., interventor, adminis. collecciones y labores Manila

Beltrão, I., boarding house keeper, Tank lane

Benavent, Fr., (J. Zobel) assistant, Iloile

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

Benecke, M., chef de cuisine" Central Hotel," Shanghai Benedict, Bro., teacher, St. Joseph's College, Caine road Benedicto, J., trader, Iloilo

Benedicto, E., trader, Iloilo

Benedictsen, T., superintendent, Bangkok Dock, Bangkok Bénézech, A., tavern keeper, Saigon

Benitez, F., profesor de farmacia, University, Manila

Benjamin, S. 8., (D. Sassoon Sons & Co.) clerk, Hankow Benjamin, D., (E. 1). Sassoon & Co.) agent, Ningpo Benjamin, B. D., merchant, Shanghai

Bennett, F. U., cadet-engineer, U.S.S. Richmond

Bennett, Rev. A. A., missionary, Yokohama

Bennett, J. A., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

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

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

Benning, A. H., captain, steamer White Cloud, Hongkong & Macao

Berning, T. T., captain, steamer Kiukiang, Canton river

Benoist, P., storekeeper, Saigon

Benson, J. second engineer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Bentham, R., surgeon, Royal Naval Hospital

Bentley, A. J. M., colonial surgeon, Singapore

Bentzen, E. W., mariner, Bangkok

Berendsen, mariner, Bangkok

Berge, inspector of roads, Saigon

Berger, schoolmaster, Pnom-enh, Cambodia

Berger, E., Yokohama

Bergeu, Mrs., milliner, Hiogo

Bergmann, G., (M. Perez) assistant, Manila

Berkeley, G. A., pilot, Bangkok

Bermejo, V. M., timber merchant, Iloilo

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Bernard, direc ́or of marine artillery, Saizon

Bernard, A., (W. G. Hale & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Bernard, E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Bernard, Bio, teacher St. Joseph's College, Caine road

Bernard, M. L., Manila

Bernard, R. W., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) superdt., Singapore (absent) Bernard, C., (W. R. Scott & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Bernard, F. G., bill, bull on aud stock broker, Singapore

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

Brnete, R., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Bernhardt, R., constable, German consulate, Hiogo

Berniéres, A. M. de, deputy commissioner of Customs, (absent)

Beruis, V., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Vigan, Luzón Bernom, Rev. A., French missionary, Swatow

Berrick, G. B., (Berrick Brothers) stationer, Yokohama Berrick, J., (Berrick Brothers) stationer, Yokohama Berry, J. C., M.D)., missionary, Okayaına, Japan

 Bet, A., procureur general, administration of justice, Saigon Bertaud, acting Government surveyor, Saigon

Bertaud, pilot, Haiphong

Berthe de Villers, commander of French troops, Hanoi

Berthelot, C., sub-chief, French Municipal police, Shanghai Berthet, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Bertin, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bertin d'Avesnes, administrator of native affairs, Saigou Bertrand, (Cazaux & Bertrand) ironmonger &c., Saigon

Bes d'Albaret, administrator of nativ affairs, Saigon

 Bessac, B., second engineer, Chinese gunboat Ching-tsing, Canton Bessard, F., commander, Chinese gunboat Ching-tsing, Cauton

Besse, mechanic, Cholen Rice Mill, Cochin China

Best, A. W., second lieutenant, gunboat Chen-to, Cauton

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

Best, J. R., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Takao, Formosa

Best, T. G., lieutenant, Royal Artillery

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

Bethje, C., clerk, telegraph office, Bangkok

Benkema, T. W., M.D., director Japanese bospital, Noye, Yokohama.

Beurmann, C., (Aruhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Beuskin, J. W., assistant master, Raffles' Institution, Singapore

Bevis, H. M., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) acting accountant, Shanghai

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

Beyer, L., (Ed. Schellhuss & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Praya

Bezaure, Vte. G. S. de, interprete chancelier, French consulate, Fo how

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

Bhaimeeya, E., (Abdoclally Ebrahim & Co.) manager, Shanghai

Bhaisania, B. P., merchant, Canton

Biagioni, F., (Dell' Oro & Co.) merchaut, Yokohama

Bicknell, W. A., assistant master, Raffles' Institution, Singapore

Bidwell, H. S., merchant, Shanghai

Bieber, Th., (J. Lembke & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Bieber, Dr. E., German consul, Singapore

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

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

Bielfeld, A., auctioneer and broker, Shanghai

Bielke, de, interpreter, French legation, Tokio

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

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Biggs, Rev. L. C., chaplain, Malacca

Billequin, A., professor of chemistry, Peking Billia, D. R., (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Bing, A. C., marine surveyor & pilot, Singapore

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

Binos, J., chief of police, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

Birch, H., chief officer, steamer Ningpo, Hongkong and Shanghai

Birch, E. W., passed cadet, civil service, Singapore

   Birch, J. K, magistrate and officer in charge of treasury and post office, Malacca Birchal, E. F., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Birck, (Wenmons & Co) tai or, Shanghai

Bird, W. E., (New Harbour Duck Co.), clerk, Singapore

Bird, A. J. (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

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

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

Bird, J., almacenero, adminis. collecciones y labores, Manila

Birt, W., (W. Birt & Co.) silk and commission merchant, Shanghai Bisbee, A. M., coast inspector and harbour master, Shangbai

Bischoff, J. J., merchant, Iloilo

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

Bishop, F. J., gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Zephyr

Bishop, F. C., M.LC., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) manager, Singapore

Bishop, Rev. C., missionary, Tokio

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

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

Bisset, J., merchant, Yokohama

Bissey, telegraphist, Longxuyen, Cochin China

Bistram, under paymaster, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Bitschner, clerk to Privy Council, Saigon

Bizcaria y Lafuente, L., ayudante, inspeccion de Montes, San Ysidro, Luzon

Bjurling, A., (A. Bjurling Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Black, J. K., (Pho Chin Soo's Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok

Black, G., second officer, stemer Namoa, Hongkong and Foochow

Black, W., warder gaol, Singapore

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

Black, A., (Clyde Saw Mill-) engineer, Bangkok

Blackford, B. F., pilot, Newchwang

Blackmore, J., merchant, Hiogo

Blades, R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road

Bladon, sub-lieutenant, Le Drac, Saigon

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

Blair, E. T., (R. Anderson & Co.) elek, and chairman Municipal Council, Hankow Blair, John, acting manager, Tanjong Pagar Dock Co., Singapore

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

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

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

Blakiston, P., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Blanc, cattle dealer, Pnom penh, Cambodia

Blanc, E., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Yokohama

Blanc, von, commander of German squadron in China, S.M.S. Stosch

Blanchard, clerk, direction of the int rior, Saigon

Blanchard, A., smith, H.M. Naval Yard

Blincherd, W., pilot, Taku

Blanchet, Rev. C. T., missionary, Tokio Bianco, J., medical practitioner, Manila Blanco, Fr. M. R., cura parroco, Iloilo

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Blanco, R., interpreter, Governor's office, Manila

Blancsubé, Jules, lawyer, and president Colonial Council, Saigon Bland, C. S., bill broker, Yokohama

Blaudy, A. R., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Blankenheym, A. C., clerk, magistracy, Singapore

Blaze, D. S., (Blaze, Rudel & Co.), druggist, Penang

Bleifus, R., (H. Grauert) clerk, Yokobar a

Blennerhassett, B. M., surgeon, army medical department, Singapore Blesky, P., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Bleume, photographer, Haiphong

Block, J. J., (H. Sietas & Co.) assistant, Chefoo

Blodget, Rev. Henry, D D., missionary, Peking (absent)

Blodgett, W. E., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Blogg, J. A., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road

Bloom, H., pilot, Bangkok

Blow, H. McC., (H. Blow & Co.) storekeeper. Tientsin

Blum, M., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) cting manager, Shanghai Blumer, F., (Austin & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Blunn, W., (John Little & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Bluntschli, G., (Cozen & Giraud) merchant, Shanghai (absent).

Blutstein, (Ogliastro & Blutstien) Tamhoi, Saigon

Boad, W., Jr., clerk, Naval Yard, Taku

Boad, W., pilot, Taku

Boada, F., Governor-General's office, Manila Boag, T. L., (Hudson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Board, W. K., undertaker, Hiogo

Bocquet, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Bocquet, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Bocquillon, administrator of native affairs, daigon

Bodestyne, A. B., assistant, land office, Singapore

Bodestyne, J. H., storekeeper, Surveyor General's office, Singapore

Bodisco, Col. W. de, military attaché, Russian Legation, Peking

Bodkin, J. C., Maritime Customs assistant and medical officer, Shanghai Boeddinghaus, C. E., merchant, Nagasaki

Boehmer, L., agricultural department, Tokio

Boehrer, Rev. J. E., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Boerner, G., (M. Perez) assistant, Manila

Boerner, lieutenant H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Boeters, Kapitan-lieut., H.I. German M.S. He ha

Boffey, Wm., (Lane, Crawford & Co,) assi

* ́, Queen's road

Bogaardt, T.C., (Mansfield, Bogardt & Co., "'chant, & consular agent for France, Penang Bogel, F. N., (Mitsu Bishi S S. Co.) shir constructor, Tokio

Böger, H., (Kirchner & Böger) merchant, Shanghai

Bohemer, L., Sapporo, Kaitakushi, Japan

Bohnen, C., (W. H. Aretz) clerk, Shanghai

Bohr, H., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) engineer in chief, Shanghai

Boie, R., (P. Sartorius) chemist and druggist, Manila

Boilloux, chief registrar of lands, Saigon

Boin, E., tavern keeper, Saigon

Bois, Ed., (White & Welsh) clerk, Shanghai

Bois, J. C., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Boissonade de Fontarabie, G., legal adviser, Shiosho, Tokio

Boix, C., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Boj sen, Lieut. C. C., (Gt. Nor. Telegraph Co.) electrician, Gutzlaff Station, Shanghai

Bolens, W., merchant, Hiogo

Boll, R., draper, Iloilo

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Boll, R., "La Casa de Berlin," Manila

Bollhalder, E., (Friederichs & Co) clerk, Penang Bollhorst, H., (C. Heinszen & Co.) clerk, Manila Bolliet, J., (Pelissier & Démolis) clerk, Saigon Bollon, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Bolmida, G., merchant, Yokohama

Bolton, F., (Ker & Co.) merchant, Manila

Bolton, G., (C.M.S.N. Co.) marine superintendent, Shanghai Bomis, paymaster, French troops, Hanoi

Bomonjee, P., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Bona, S., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila

Bonabeau, J., secretary French Municipal Council, Shanghai Bouafous, M., (Peyre Frères Hotel) assistant, Yokohama Bonar, H. A. C., assistant, British Consulate, Nagasaki Bond, C. W., lightkeeper, Shanghai

   Bond, I. S., M.L.C., barrister-at-law, Singapore Bone, Rev. C., missionary, Cauton

Bonet, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Bonger, E., (G. van der Vlies & Co.) clerk, Hingo

Bonger, W. C., architect and surveyor, Hiogo

Böning, G. D., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co ) clerk, Praya

Bonnal, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bonne, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki Bonnefond, B., timber merchant, Saigon

Bonnel, assistant, treasurer, Saigon

Bonnet, pilot, Saigon

Bonnet, Annamite interpreter, Saigon

Bonneville, E., (Bangkok Saw Mill) proprietor, Bangkok Bono, J. F., trader, Iloilo

Bono, C. V., Maritime Customs examiner, Kiuki ng

Bonrard, L. J., architect, Saigon

Bonrard, H. L., contractor, Saigon

Boodilin, W. T., m relant, Tientsin

Bookey, W. J. B., surge in, H.B M. gunboat Foxhound

·Boone, Rev. W. J., missionary, Shanghai

Boone, Dr. H. W., missionary, Shanghai

Booch, Rev. C. G., el aplain, Sailors' Home and military chaplain

Booth, Rev. E. S. mission ry, Yokohama

Booth, A. J., commander, Revenue steamer Fello), Amoy

Booth, G., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Borchardt, F., (Gas Company) clerk, Shanghai

Borgonah, J., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Borner, H., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Borovitsky, F. A., (Tokmak ff, Shoveleff & Co.) c'erk, Tientsin

Borres, J., (Vaño & Reyes) clerk, Cebu

Bory, E., coffee house keeper, Saigon

Boscat, Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Boss, A. J., gunner, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly

Bose, C. W. B. von, (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton

Bosse, second judge, tribunal of first instance, Saigon (absent)

Bossut, Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Bostick, E. D., ensign, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Boswell, R. V., overseer, Surveyor G. eral's office, Singapore

Botelbo, G. S., foreman, Oidn ince Store department

Botelho, D., lightkeeper, Tsiug-sen lighthouse, Amoy

Botelho, J. M., (Noroi ha & Sons) compositor, Shanghai

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Botelho, J. M., (Adamson, Bel! & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Botelho, B. M., (Wisner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Botelho, R. F., (China Traders' Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai Botelho, A. C., clerk, Harbour Master's offic.

Botelho, A. A., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) cle. Queen's road Botelho, A. G., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Botelho, F. de S., (Chinese Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road Botet, D., farmaceutico, army medical department, Manila Bottomley, C. D., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) merchant, Praya Bottu, A., assistant, French Municipal Council, Shanghai Bouchard, chef du service administratif, Haiphong Bouchet, captain, French troops, Hanoi

Boudon, M., proprietor Hotel des Colonies, Hingo Bougeault, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Bougeault, councillor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Bougoisin, Lieut., military attaché, French Legation, Tokio

Bouillon, inspector of police, Saigon

Bouinais, Captain, aide-de-camp to Governor of French Cochin China

Boulineau, captain, French frigate Thémis

Bouninière de Beaumont, de la, second commander Tilsitt, Saigon

Bourchier, H. E., lieutenant, H.M. corvette Curacoa

Bourdin, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Bourée, A., Minister for France, Peking

Bourelle, Rev. F. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Bourgon, telegraph overseer, Saigon

Bourne, F. S. A., assistant and packet agent, British Consulate, Foochow

Bourne, Wm., (Bourne & Co.) public tea inspector, Yokohama

Bourr, telegraphist, Cape St. James, Cochin China

Bousfield, W. E., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Bousfield, B. J., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) tea inspector, Kiukiang

Bousquet, Captain Du, first interpreter, French Legation, Tokio

Boussac, Rev. J. M., French missionary, Swatow

Bussion, president tribunal of first instauce, Saigon

Bouteiller, Mine., sub-mistress, girls' public schools, Saigon

  Boutet, first aide-de-camp, French flagship Themis Bouveret, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Bouvet, Heari, Yokohama

Bovet, A., (Bovet Bros. & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

  Bovis, F. de, (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) agent, Tientsin Bowdler, E., acting Surveyor-general

Bowler, T. I., Chinese interpreter and broker, Club Chambers

Bowman, A. R., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Boyd, M. W., (Chartered Bank) manager, Shanghai

Boyd, Jas., senior clerk, Commissariat and Tr..nsport Department

Boyd, T., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Boyd, R. Horne, (National Bank of India) acting manager, Shanghai

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

Boyd, W., superintendent of gaol, Malacca

Boye, R., chemist, Manila

Boyer, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Boyer, director of Opium Farm, Saigon

Boyes, F., (Boyes & Co.) m rchant, Yokohama

Boyol, H. V., accountant, Amoy Dock Co., Amoy

Boyol, J. M., (Brown & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Boyol, J. S., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Bozier, G., (Hunt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

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Brabazon, Rev. J., chaplain, H.B:M. corvette Curacoa

Brackenbury, Captain H. W., R. A., Singapore

Bradbery, E., deputy shipping master, marine department, Singapore Braddell, Hon. T., attorney general, Singapore

Braddock, A., assistant master, Raffles' Institution, Singapore

Braddon, H. W., clerk, H.B M. corvette Comus

Braddon, H. E., broker, Hongkong Hotel

Bradfield, J., proprietor, Shanghai Medical Hall, Shanghai

Bradley, D. B., printer and interpreter, Netherlands Consulate, Bangkok

Brady, H. F., acting British Consul, Kiukiang

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Braess, C., (Meyer & Co.) merchant, and act, con. for Netherlands and Denmark, Hiogo Braga, J. C., (Gt. Northern Teiegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Braga, F., proprietor, Kobe Billiard Saloon, Hiogo

Braga, F. C., (Mackenzie & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Braga, J., (J. Peña & Co.) clerk, Manila

Bramann, M., (Falk, Bramann & Beidek) merchant, Bangkok Bramfitt, Rev. T., missionary, Wusueh, Hankow

Bramwell, H. N., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Brand, Wm., (Brand Bros. & Co.) merchan', Shanghai (absent) Brand, E., pilot, Shanghai

Brand, D., (Brand Brothers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Brandão, A. J., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central Brandao, A. C., merchant, Macao

Brandon, E. F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow Brandstaeter, assistant surgeon, H.1. German M.S. Elisabeth Brandt, C., (Brandt & Co.) shipwright, West Point

Brandt, M. von, German Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking Brandt, O., broker, Shanghai

Brandt, D., (D. Brandt & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Brandt, Miss L, teacher, Berlin Foundling Hospital, High street Brandts, J., (Mathieu & C›.) clerk, Oleh¦ch, Ac' een Brangell, A., contractor, Saigon

Branquart, clerk, colonial treasury, Saigon

Branson, J. E., fourth clerk, magistracy, Singapore Brasier, P., (Messageries Maritimnes) agent, Singapore Brass, (Vve. Marot) assistant, Pnompenh Cambodia Brauer, A. E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Braun, R. Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang Brauns, Dr. D., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Bray, Roman Catholic bishop, Kiukiang (absent)

Braysher, C. Deighton, Maritime Customs tidesurveyor (absent)

Brazier, J. R., Maritime Customs assistant, Peking

Brea, C. L., surgeon, army medical department, Iloilo

Bredon, R. E., commissioner, Maritime Customs (absent)

Bredon, B. M., private secretary, Inspectorate of Maritime Customs, Peking

Breen, J., pilot, Nagasaki

Brejard, A., chancellier, Spanish consulate, Manila

Brellier, registrar, archives office, law courts, Saigo 1

Bremax, surgeon, French troops, Haiphong

Bremner, D., inspector of police

Brenan, E. V., Maritime Customs harbour master (absent)

Brennan, W., Maritime Customs acting tide-surveyor, Tamsui

Brenner, R., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Singapore Brennwald, C., (Siber & Brennwald) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Brent, A., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Brent, H., Hiogo

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Brereton, Rev. W., acting chaplain, British Legation, Peking

Brereton, J. G., medical practitioner, Chefoo

Brereton, W. H., (Brereton & Wotton) solicitor, &c., Queen's road (absent) Bret, J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningno

Bretschneider, L., (Kiangnan Arsenal) drill instructor, Shanghai

Bretschneider, E., M.D., physician, Russian Legation, Peking

Brett, W. R., "Japan Dispensary," Yokohama

Breuer, O., secretary, German Consulate, Bangkok

Breuninger, H., (Siam Dispensary) manager branch house, Bangkok

Brewer, T., (Strachan & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Brewer, W., (Kelly & Wal-h) assistant, Shanghai

Brewer, Rev. J. W., missionary, Hankow

Brewer, J. S., Government Marine Surveyor

Brewer, W., warder, gaol, Penang

Brewitt, P., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Brewster, J., lieutenant of orderlies, Army Medical Department

Brianskih, J. N., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Brianskih, N. N., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Brias, E., medical practitioner, Iloilo

Bridge, Fred., (China & Japan Trading Co.) manager, Shanghai Bridger, M. L., lieutenant commanding II.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake Briges, W. P., surgeon, Army Medical Department, Penang Bridgman, J. R., (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Brien, telegraphist, Saigon

Brière, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Briffon, J., Union restaurant, Nagasaki

Bright, W., Maritime Customs, proof reader, Shanghai Brinckmann, H., (D. Brandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore Brinkman, J. G., (Brinkman & Co.) merchant, Singapore Brinkworth, J. B. S., (Kelly & Co.) manager, Yokohama Bristow, H. B., British Consul, Chinktang

Bristow, H. W., (C. Baumgarten) clerk, Singapore Britanico, L, rice merchant, Ilolo

Brito, C. J. de, surveyor-general, Macao

Britto, J., (Johnston & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Britto, L. de, (Arnhold, Karl erg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Britto, C. A. de, (Russeli & Co.) clerk, Canton

Britto, J. H., clerk, Post-office

Britto, J. L., proprietor, Freuch Dispensary, Queen's road

Britto, A. de, (Jardine, Matheson & C›.) clerk, Queen's road central

Broadbent, J. F., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bauk) clerk, Queen's road

Brockdorf, H. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Brockett, G. T., outfitter, and proprietor Foochow Hotel, Foochow Broschen, H., (Hecht, Lilienthall & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Brohart, J., conductor of Public Works, Saigon

Broins, B. de, agent, opium and spirit farmer, Malacca

Broliani y Gomez, H., guarda, inspeccion de Montes, Manila

Brolin, G., (Lindholm & Co.) merchant, Wladiwostock

Brouard, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Brooke, J. H., proprietor and editor Japan Herald Yokohama

   Brookes, G. C., chief officer, P. & O. stramer Sunda, Hongkong and Japan Brooks, W. P., Sapporo, Kaitakush', Japan

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Brooks, W., Agricultural department, Tokio

Broom, Aug., broker, Shanghai

Broome, T. J., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) merchant, Manila

Brosche, H., Maritime Customs assistant Shanghai

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Broschen, H., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Brou, chief of telegraph office, Saigon

Brouillet, staff surgeon, French gunboat Luting

Broumton, J. F., missionary, Kwei-yang

Broutin, L., assistant, French Post office, Shanghai

Brower, T. L., (C. & J. Trading Company) clerk, Yokohama Brown, J., proprietor, Star tavern, Hiogo

Brown, W., proprietor, Imperial Hotel, Nagasaki

Brown, H. G., timber merchant, Laguimanoe, Tayabas, Philippines Brown, J., marshal, U.S. Consulate, Hankow

Brown, T. W., second engineer, str. Powan, Hongkong and Canton Brown, H. D., (Brown & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Brown, A. R., assistant advisor, marine department, Tokio

Brown, Geo., interpreter, British Consulate, Amoy

  Brown, F. J., chief officer, lignhouse tender Miji Maru, Yokohama Brown, Ch., steward, "Hotel des Colonies," Shanghai

Brown, T., (Kelly & Walsh) bookseller, &c., Shanghai

  Brown, C., underground manager, Takasima Colliery, Nagasaki Brown, G. H., (Brown & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Brown, J. L., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Brown, A. N., (Morris & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai (absent) Brown, Edward, auctioneer, Pakboi

Brown, J. McLeavy, commissioner of Maritime Customs (absent)

Brown, Rev. N., D.D., missionary, Yokobama

Brown, Matthew, Junr., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Browne, J. D., agricultural dept., Otaru, Kaitakushi, Japan

Browne, H. St. John, (Browne & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Browne, R., assistant master, Raffles' Institution, Singapore

Browne, D., Maritime Custoins tidewaiter, Anping, Formosa

Browne, J. R., medical practitioner, Hiogo

Brownhill, J., second engineer, steamer Danube, Hongkong and Bangkok

Brownridge, W., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang Bruce, J. M., acting paymaster, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Bruce, F. W., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Bruce, R. E., constable, British consulate, Kiungchow

Bruce, coustable, British Legation, Peking

Bruce, R. H., (Tait & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Bruce, J. R., apothecary, govt. medical dept., Province Wellesley

Bruhn, C., (A. Cordes & Co.) clerk, Tientsin (absent)

Bruhn, L., mariner, Bangkok

Brull, J., capitan, artillery school, Manila

Brumell, J., clerk, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Brun, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Brun, H., (Brun & Chauvin) farrier, Saigon.

Brun, J., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Brunat, P., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Brunie, J., (Astor House Hotel) cook, Shanghai

Brunter, Chas. A., (Jas. Hirsbrunner) assistant, Shanghai

Brunner, J. G., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Brunt, &. H., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Brunton, Adam, manager, Gladstone tea estate, Johore

Brussel, J., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Bryan, 8. M., director of Foreign Mails, Post office, Yokohama

Bryant, F., gunner, H. B.M. sloop Daring

Bryant, N. E., Maritime Customs clerk, Canton Bryant, Rev. E., missionary, Hankow (absent)

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  Bryer, A. C., (J. L. Anderson & Co.) tea i..spector, Amoy Bryson, Rev. Thos., missionary, Wuchang

Buchanan, A., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Buchanan, G. W., second secretary, British Legation, 'Tokio Buchanan, W., (J. P. Bisset & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Buchanan, G., proprietor, United Service Hotel, Singapore

Buchanan, Jas., (J. P. Bisset & Co.) laud agent and broker, Shanghai Buchanan, Mrs., head mistress, Roman Catholic Girl's School, Singapore Buck, H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Buck, M., (Labhart & Co.) clerk, Manila

Buckingham, B. H., lientenant, U.S.S. Monocacy

Buckley, C. B., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore Buckley, H. P., (Alfred Dent & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Buckmaster, chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Atago-maru Budd, J. C., acting manager, Chartered Bank, Penang Budd, Rev. Chas., missionary, Amoy

  Budler, H., interpreter, German consulate, Amoy Bueler, G., (Kaltenbach, Fischer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Buenaventura, J. C., (Garchitorena & Co.) assistant, Manila Buenaventura, C., merchant, Manila

  Bueno, F., oficial, administracion de estancadas, Manila Bugallo, J. J., ayudante, botanical department, Manila Buil, E., telegraph clerk, Manila

Buisson, farrier, Saigon

Buitrago, G., professor of philosophy, University, Manila Bullock, T. L., acting British Consul, Tientsin Bulmer, A., clerk, audit office, Singapore

Bulopoküdoff, J., (Kunst & Albers) clerk, Wladiwostock Bunbury, Lieut. V. T., East Kent Regiment, Penang Bunker, C. G., (Linstead & Davis) clerk, Queen's road Bunts, T. E., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Burchard, E., (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Burchardt, M., (Simon, Evers & Co.) merchant, Yokohaına

Burchardi, F. A., mercbant, Shanghai

Burd, G. E., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Alert

Burdis, G. S., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) superintending captain, Yokohama

Burdon, Right Rev. J. S., D.D., Bishop of Vic oria, St. Paul's College (absent)

Burge, F. J., medical practitioner, Shanghai

Burger, Oscar, chemist, Cebu

Burgermeister, E., teacher, foreign language school, Tokio

Burgess, S., (W. Mansfield & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Burghignoli, Very Rev. G., pro-vicar apostolic, Wellington street

Burguet, clerk, Governor's office, Saigon

Burgoyne, J. W. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Burgoine, Captain, steamer Rance, Bangkok and Singapore

Burjorjee, Dadabhoy, broker, Shanghai

Burjorjee, C., (Tata & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Burke, J. W., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Wênchow Burke, J., M.D., surgeon to British consulate, &c., Manila

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Burkill, A. R., public silk inspector, Shanghai

Burkinshaw, J., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) attorney, Singapore Burls, J. S., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Foochow

Burman, A., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Burmeister, Emil, (Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

  Burmeister, Ed., (Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Burnett, H. S. D., (P. J. Joaquim) clerk, Singapore

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Burnett, Miss M. A., missionary, Shanghai

Burnett, R. B., (Colliery, Engineering and Mining Co.) engineer in chief, Tientsin Burnie, Ed., marine surveyor, Praya

Burno, Rev. G., Komun Catholic missionary, Amoy

Burns, B. H., acting manager, Oriental Bank, Shanghai Burns, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Burr, H. G., engineer, H B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Burrell, T., (Martin & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Burridge, W., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.), oper.tor, Singapore

Burrows, A., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Burrows, H. C., lieutenant, H.B. M. Corvette Comns

Burrows, W., superintendent, Pilot Association, Singapore

Burrows, T. D., Maritime Customs chief examiner, Hankɔw

Bury, A. J., (Wilkinson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Bury, Captain J. T., R.A., brigade major, Hongkong

Busch, H., (Simon, Evers & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Busch, H., (Möller & Meisner) shipchandler, Bangkok

Buschmann, J., pilot, Amoy

Buschmann, R., (E. Schellhass & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Buse, J., merchant, Shanghai

Bush, (Theo. Körner) assistant, Wladiwostock

Bush, Henry E., (Bush Brothers) merchant, Newchwang

Bush, L. L., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Bush, Capt. John, harbour master, and managing director of Dock Co., Bangkok

Bush, F. D., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Praya

Bushell, S. W., M.D., surgeon to British Legation, Peking (absent)

Bushnell, Miss Kate, M.D., missionary, Kiukiang

Bustamante, A., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila

Bustillo, J. F., presidente de sala, real audiencia, Manila

Bustillo, V. P., contador decano, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Busto, M. del, inspector, intendencia de hacienda, Manila

Butcher, Very Rev. C. H., D.D., dean of the Cathedral, Shanghai (absent) Buthmann, C. J. B., master mariner, Bangkok

Butler, A., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore Butler, Geo., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Butler, Jos., (Birt's Wharf) assistant, Shanghai

Butler, P. O'Brien, student, British Legation, Peking

Butler, G. A., (C. M. S. N. Co.) foreign agent, Shanghai (absent)

Butler, T., (Chapman, King & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Butler, Rev. John, missionary, Ningpo (absent)

Butlin, J., acting sergeant of police

Butt, G. W., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) cashier, Hiogo

Butterworth, Jas., chief engineer, U.S. corvette Alert

Buttles, E. K., missionary, Shanghai

Butzow, H. E., E. de, Russian Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking

Bux, S. E., (D. Nowrojee) assistant, Queen's road

Buxoo, M., steam launch Morning Star

Buyers, A., (New Harbour Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Singapore

Buyers, J. C., (Buyers & Robb) shipwright, Singapore

Byramjee, R., (Sorabjee Mancherjee & Co.) merchant, Peel street

Byramjee, Bomanjee, broker, Old Bailey

Byres, G. M., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bauk) clerk, Shanghai

Byrne, E., broker and marine surveyor, Hiogo

Byrne, E., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

Byworth, D. C., Maritime Customs chief examiner, Canton

Byworth, L. A., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Takao

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Caballero, F., assistant, public works department, Manila Caballero, F., ayudante, inspeccion de moutes, Manila

Caballero, F., teniente-coronel, military engineering department, Manila Cabamiss, C., cadet midshipman, U.S. sloop Swatara Cabanas, F., jefe interino, inspeccion de Montes, Iloilo

Cabanne, deputy judge, tribunal of first instance, Saigon

Cabeldu, P. S., tailor & outfitter, Hiogo

Cabral, J. A. R., professor of Latin, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Cubrera, F., ensign, civil horseguards, Manila

Cacho, Fr., (J. Zobel) assistant, Iloilo

Cacho, F., sub-delegado de farmacia, Iloilo

Cadell, W. A., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Singapore

Cadell, G. E. A., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila (absent)

Cadell, A. J. R., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Cadenas, J., (Innes & Keyser) clerk, Iloilo

Cadet, E., hotel keeper, Pnom-penh, Cambodia Cadonau, A., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Caetello, M., capitan, artillery school, Manila Caffort, clerk, immigration office, Saigon

Cagigas, J. de las (Ayala & Co.) merchant, Manila

Cahill, F. S,, third officer steamer Hailoong, Hongkong and Formosa

Cairns, J., (Patrew Steam Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok

Cairns, R. H., marine surveyor, Praya (absent)

Cajigas, J. de las, (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) clerk, Manila Caldas, A. A. de S., adjutant to the governor, Macao

Caldas, R., clerk, administracion de Estancadas, Manila Caldbeck, E. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Caldeira, F. M. d' A., secretary, St. Joseph's College, Macao Calder, J. F., (Osaka Iron Works) maniging engineer, Osaka Calderon, F. B., contador, tribunal de Cuentas, Manila Caldwell, H. M., Fairlea, Bonham road

Caldwell, D. E., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road Caldwell, G. A., acting fifth master, Central school

Calero, F., auctioneer and commission agent, Manila

Calhoun, J. P., tidewaiter, Pakhoi

Callaco, A., (Mitsu Bishi M. S. S. Co.) clerk, Praya central

Callaghan, J. E., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Foxhound

Callender, A. F., mate, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Callcott, J. H., C.E, assistant supdt. of works, Surveyor General's office, Siugapore Callico, M., telegraph clerk, Manila

Calver, E. V., Maritime Custoins examiner, Kiukiang

Calvo, M., (Viuda de Loyzaga & C...) assistant, Manila

Calvo, L, member of administrative Council, Manila

Calvo, M., medical practitioner, Manila

Camacho, A., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila Camajee, H. D., (D. N. Camajee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Camajee, D. N., (D. N. Camajee & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Camara, M., assistant, public works department, Iloilo

Camara, A. de la, engineer, public works department, Manila

Camara, M. de, assistant, public works department, Manila

Cameron, P. E., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama

Cameron, W. G., chief engineer, lighthouse tender Meiji Maru, Yokohama

Cameron, L., (Oriental Bank) agent, Yokohama

Cameron, J., inspector of police

Cameron, Ewen, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) manager, Shanghai

Camp, W. de la, (Pickenpack, Thies & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

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Campagne, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Campbell, R. M., (Agra Bank) acting accountant, Shangbai

Campbell, C. H., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent) Campbell, J. P., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Campbell, Alexander, merchant, Kinkiang

Campbell, Miss M., missionary, Chiang Mai, Siam Campbell, R., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) merchant, Singapore Campbell, D. C, pilot, Shanghai

Campbell, Rev. Wm., missionary, Taiwan-foo

Campbell, S., Maritime Customs assistant, Kiukiang

Campbell, P., (Campbell & Co.) shipchandler, Swatow

Campbell, J. C., third officer, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong and Manila

Campbell, H., hairdresser, Foochow

Campbell, C., pipelayer, Water Works Co., Shanghai

Campbell-Johnston, Lieut. A. F., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Campos, A. P., (Cozon & Giraud) clerk, Shanghai

Campos, J. M., general foreman, Ordnance Store Department

Campos, A. H. de, master mariner, Bangkok

Campos, L. P., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Praya

Campos, E. P., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Praya

Campos, B. P., (Noronha & Co.) foreman, Zetland street

Campos, F. N. de, (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Shanghai

Campos, J. P., (l'. & O.S.Ñ. Co.) clerk, Praya

Campos, L., guarda-almacen, Mint, Manila

Camran, Chas., proprietor, "Union Hotel," Whampoa

Canal, clerk to registrar of Courts of Appeal and first instance, Saigon

Cañamaque, Sor C., San José hospital, Manila

Canavarro, J. de S. C., ensign, second battalion, Macao

Cance, W., (Little & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Candau, V., (V. Roque) clerk, Saigon

Candelas, J. A., civil doctor, Manila

Candlin, Rev. G. T., missionary, Tientsin

Canha, F. da, hairdresser, Hiogo

Cann, J. J., auctioneer, and ageut for Reuter's Telegram Co., Hiogo Cann, W., (McAlister & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Cano, M. F., gefe de negociado, contadaria de hacienda, Manila Cano-Manuel, J., ayudante, capitania del puerto, Manila

Cano, C., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Cantillo, J. G., telegraph official, Manila

Cantley, N., superintendent Botanical Gardens, Singapore Capdevila, M. A., hotel keeper, Iloilo

Capel, A., missionary, Chefoo

Capelo, F., professor of medicine, University, Manila Capp, Mrs. E. P., missionary, Tungchowfoo, Shangtung

Capper, H. D., gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Esk

Capua, A., administrador de impuestos, Manila (absent) Caraman, F. T., tobacco planter, Pnom-penh, Cambodia Carbajal, J. G., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Carballo, J. P., ("La Puerta del Sol") assistant, Manila Carballo, J., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) clerk, Manila Cardell, J., profesor de derecho civil, University, Manila

Cardenal, E. M., judge, Intramuros district, Manila

Cardi, J., medical practitioner, Saigon

Cardu, S., draughtsman, govt. architectural department, Bangkok Cardwell, J. E., missionary, Ta-ku-tang, Kiukiang Cardwell, J., warder, gaol, Penang

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Careans, S., Italian consul, Yokohama

Carey, W., acting sub-lieuteuant, H.B.M. corvette Comus Carfort, Cte. de, second aide-de-camp, French frigate Thémis Cargill, T., engineer to Municipality, Singapore

Carion, L., (Mercantile Printing office) compositor, Shanghai Carl, A., (A. Markwald & Co.'s rice mill engineer, Bangkok Carles, W. R., H.B.M. acting vice-consul, Shanghai

Carles, pilot, Saigon

Carlier, director of boys' public schools, Saigon

  Carlill, A. J. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Carlos, A. B., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Carlos, B., pilot, Newchwang

Carlson, F., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Woosung Station, Shanghai

Carlson, S., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Carlson, W., first berthing officer, Harbour Master's office, Shanghai

Carmichael, A., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Carmichael, Jas., (Celestial Empire) reporter, Shanghai

Carneiro, E., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street

Carneiro, J. V., (Stephens & Holmes) clerk, Wyndham street

Carneiro, J. L., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Carneiro, A. M., (A. R. Marty) assistant, Queen's road Carneiro, J., ward-master, Civil Hospital

Carnie, F., commission agent, Chinkiang

Caro, R., telegraph official, Manila

Carpenter, A., lieutenant-commander, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Carr, N. E., major R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Carr, R. P., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Carr, S.. R., (John Little & Co.) warehouseman, Singapore

Carr, R. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Carrall, J. W., Maritime Customs assistant, Tientsin

Carreras, P., officer, civil horse guards, Manila

Carrew, H. J., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Tamaura-maru

Carrimahomed, S., (H. A. Esmail & Co.) assistant,-Hollywood road

Carrique, P., pilot, Haiphong

Carroll, J. D., Hiogo

Carroll, E., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Carrow, W. G., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Carrow, F., M.D., medical practitioner, and vice-consul in charge U.S. Consulate, Canton Carson, Rev. J., missionary, Newchwang

Carst, Captain Jan, Yokohama

Carswell, R., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore

Carter, J. W., sub-inspector of police, Penang

Carter, J., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Carter, Rev. T. C., missionary, Kiukiang

Carter, W. H., (Carter & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Carteron, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Cartman, F. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chitkiang

Carvajal, J., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, and secretary Swedish consulate, Manila

Carvalho, F., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Carvalho, E. A. de, clerk, colonial secretary's off ce

Carvalho, J. J. dos P., clerk, colonial secretary's Office, Macao

Carvalho, J. M., (Chinese Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Carvalho, H. de, (Uuion Insurance Society,) clerk, Peddar's Whart Carvalho, P. I. do R., commander, Portuguese gunboat Tamega Carvalho, A. H. de, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Carvalho, F. B. de, medical practitioner, Macao

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Carvalho, L. F., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Carvalho, J. A. de, first clerk and cashier, Colonial Treasury Carvalho, M. de, (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Carvalho, P. M. de, (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Cary, A. G., captain, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton Cary, Rev. O., Jr., missionary, Okayama, Japan-

Casademunt, F., secretary, Public Works department, Manila Casal, A. P., member of administrative council, Manila

Casati, L., interpreter, Italian Legation, Tokio

Cascarosa, R., inspector, administration colecciones y labores, Man ila Cashin, J. W., (E. Koek) clerk, Singapore

Caspari, Miss Jane, missionary, Hakodate

Cass, R., captain, steamer Ningpo, Hongkong and Shanghai

Cass, F., (Elles & Co) clerk, Amoy

Cass, J. Gratton, (Elles & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Cassambhoy, M., (Ebrahimbhoy Pubanay) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace Cassels, J. T., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) manager, Iloilo

Cassels, C. E., (Martin Dyce & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Casson, D., chief officer, steamer Chinkiang, Hongkong and Shanghai

   Cassum hoy, S., (E. Cassumbhoy) furniture dealer, Beaconsfield Arcade Cassumbhoy, E., furniture dealer, Beaconsfiel] Arcade

Casswell, S. J., engineer, Hiogo

Castellon, M., commandant of civil guard, Iloilo

Castellote, R., magistrate, Manila

Castera, pilot, Saigon

Castillo, A. M. del, guarda, inspeccion de montes, Manila

Castillo y Frigueros, L. del, chargé d'affaires, S; anish Legation, Tokio Castillo, restaurant keeper, Manila

Castillo, S. P. de, purser, receiving ship Emily Jane, Shangh: i

Castle, W. C., Maritime Customs postal clerk, (absent)

Castro, G. B. A., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai

Castro, C. C. de, Maritime Customs examiner, Tientsin

Caswell, W., "La Casa de Berlin," Iloilo

Catoire, A., timber merchant, Saigon

Caudrelier, L., storekeeper, Yokohama

Cawasjee, E., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) merchant, Gage street (absent) Cawasjee, Rustomjee, (Cursedjce Ookerjee Bhassania) clerk, Peel street

Cawasjee, S., (Hongkong Hotel) assistant, Queen's road

Cazalas, J. B., manager, Tempenis Estate, Singapore

Cazalas, Mrs. R. M., (J. M. Cazales & Son) engineer, Singapore

Cazaux, (Cazaux & Bertrand) ironmonger, &c., Saigon

Celis, F., professor, infantry school, Manila

Celis, J. de, (R. de la Vara & Co.) assistant, Manila

Celis, R. da, (R. de la Vara & Co.) assistant, Manila

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

   Cercal, Baron de, (A. A. De Mello & Co.) merchant, & consul for Italy &c., Macao Cereso, A., dentist, Manila

Cesbron, Rev. T. J. V., French Catholic missionary, Singapore

Cespedes, L., architect, Public Works department, Manila

   Chagas, M. J., inspector of cargo boats and junks, Harbour Master's department Chagas, J. N. das, merchant, Macao

Chair, E. F. de, midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Cleopa'ra

Chalant, F., (Bangkok Saw Mills) clerk, Bangkok

Challens, A., foreman mechanic, railway service, Yokohama Chalmers, J. L., Maritime Customs assistant, (absent) Chalmers, Rev. J., LL.D., missionary, Hongkong (absent)

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Chalmers, Jas., third engineer, steamer Ningpo, Hongkong and Shanghai Chamberlain, C., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Prasa

 Chamberlain, B. H., instructor, Imperial Naval College, Tokio Chambers, J., resident engineer, railway service, Tokio Chambers, H. J., (John Gittins & Co.) merchant, Foochow Chamonard, H., (L. Gouilloud) clerk, Shanghai

Champeaux, G. de, agent Messageries Maritimes, Prava central Champeaux, de, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Champromain, H. Maignan, French postmaster, Shanghai Chanavat, assistant engineer, Public Works department, Saigon Chandler, Rev. D. W., missionary, Foochow

Channer, A., lieutenant, H.M. sloop Flying Fish Chapelain, Le, ensign, French cruiser Kersaint

Chapelle, ensign, French cruiser Parseval, Haiphong Chapin, Miss J. E., missionary, Peking

Chapin, Rev. F. M., missionary, Kalgan

Chapin, Rev. L. D., missionary, Tung-chau

Chaplin, W. S., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Chapman, J. J., bead turnkey, Victoria Gaol

Chapman, J., foreman, Dock, Bangkok

Chapman, J., lightkeeper, Middle Dog Lighthouse, Amoy

Chapsal, J., agent Messageries Maritimes, Shanghai

Chapuis, Rev. H., vice-procureur, French Catholic Mission, Staunton street

Chariot, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Charles, J. F., (G. R. Lambert & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Charlesworth, G., (Kelly & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Charley, J. F. W., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Charnaux, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Charrier, commander, French troops, Haiphong

Charrier, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Charton, J., (Pelissies & Démolis) assistant, Saigon

Charvet, G., (Cozen & Giraud) clerk, Shanghai

Chassin de Kergommeaux, commander, gunboat Javeline, Saigon Chasseriau, L. E., proprietor, tapioca plantation, Singapore Chasseriau, E, (Chasseriau Estate) assistant, Singapore Chasseriau, L., (Chasseriau Esta e) assistant, Singapore

Chastel, Ed., wine merchant, Queen's rod

Chaster, J. W., assistant paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Chater, C. P., bill and bullion broker, Bank Buildings

Chater, J. T., (Chater & Vernou) share broker, Bank Buildings

Chatron, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Hiogo

Chaumet, B. M., French missionary, Hatsake, Siam

Chaumonot, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Chaumont, M., draughtsman, Maritime Customs engineer's office, Shanghai

Chauseaux, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Chausse, Rev. Aug., Roman Catholic missionary, Canton

Chauvin, (Brun & Chauvin) farrier, Saigon

Chauvin, R., (Dell'Oro & Co.) silk inspector, Yokohama

Chavassieux, chief, third office, direction of the interior, Saigon

Chaves, E., offcial, administracion de estancadas, Manila

Cheek, M. A., medical missionary, Ching Mai, Siam

Cheerkoff, S. A., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co., clerk, Foochow

Cheetham, J. F., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Chenieux, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Chenoweth, R., second officer, Customs revenue cruiser Kua-hsing, Shanghai Cheredoff, P. N., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

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Cheshire, F. D., interpreter, U.S. Consulate, Shanghai

Chesney, J. H., second engineer, steamer White Cloud, Canton and Macao Chevalier, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic missionary, Chinkiang

Chevallier, B. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Cheyne, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent)

Chiene, C. M., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Child, Thos., gas engineer, Maritime Customs, Peking Chinchilla, J., intendente general de hacienda, Manila Chinchon, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Takao Chinoy, A. H., commission agent, Graham street

Chipp, W. H., boatswain's mate, Naval College, Tokio Chippindall, Lieut. G. H., East Kent Regiment, Penang Chirscoff, S. A., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Chisholm, overseer, Singapore and Straits printing office, Singapore

Chit, F., photographc., Bangkok

    Chivers, Jas. (Bangkok Saw Ms), Superintendent Upper Yard, Bangkok Chivers, J., Bangkok

Chofré, printer, Manila

Cholmondeley, R. H., lieutenant R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Chomley, F.; (Brown & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Chopard, H D., clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore

Chopard, H. A., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Christensen, T. A., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) bargekeeper, Nagasaki

Christensen, A. F., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Wakanoura-maru, Tokio Christensen, L., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Christians, J. H., pilot, Bangkok

Christie, W. H., A.C.G., senior commissariat officer, Singapore

    Christie, Jas., chief engineer, steamer Ichang, Hongkong and Canton Christiernsson, Dr. B., vice-consul for Sweden and Norway, Shanghai Christy, W., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Tamsui

Caurch, W., (Maitland & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Churchill, C. E., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) c'erk, Yokohama

Churchill, H. W., (Hedge & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Chyrriac, captain, steamer Hansi, Haiphong

Ciceri, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Cienfuegos, J. A., vice rector and professor, San Juan de Letram College, Manila

Cifuentes, L., assistant, public works department, Manila

Cinat, D., harbour master, Macro,

Circul.do, E., (J. J. Reyes) gede a keeper, Bohol, Philippines

Cirer, V., telegraph clerk, Me

Ciriaco, Jozé, compositor

Cisneros, J. de la C., abog fiscal, Supreme Court, Manila

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Clanchy, A., captain, steamer Danube, Bangkok and Hongkong Clapperton, H., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) pilof, Singapore

Claremont, G., Maritime Customs tile waiter, Tamsui

Clark, R. H., assist. paymaster in charge H.B.M. gusboat Zephyr

Clark, W E., chief officer, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton

Clark, C. B., surveyor, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Clark, J. D., commission merchant, and proprietor Shanghai Mercury, Shanghai

Clarke, F., livery stable keeper, Singapore

Clarke, G. G. captain, Mitsu Bishi steiner Yoshina-maru

Clarke, W., Jr., chief engineer, steamer Numoa, Hongkong and Foochow

Clarke, W., clerk, Supreme Court, Sngapore

Clarke, S. R., missionary, Chungki.

Clarke, G., (John Little & Co.) assist, Singapore

Clarke, F. S., (Borneo Co.) acting manager, and Consul for Denmark, Bangkok

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Clarke, G. W., missionary, Kwei Yang

Clarke, C. C., Maritime Customs assistant, Tientsin

Clarke, W. J., (Clarke, Head & Co.) merchant, and vice-consul for Denmark, Chefoo Clarke, Robt., bread and biscuit baker, Yokohama

Clarke, B. A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Clarke, G., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, Chinhai, Ningpo

Clarkson, Miss V. A., missionary, Hiogo

Clason, W. P., master, U.S. corvette Alert

Clataud, J., storekeeper, Shanghai

Claude, commis. aux ecritures, administrative service, Haiphong

Claus, D., (Lindholm & Co.) clerk, Wladivostock

Clayson, W. H., deputy commissioner of Customs

Clayson, F., Maritime Customs assistant, Chinkiang

Cleaver, J., chief inspector of nuisances

Clement, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Niigata

Clement, restaurant keeper, Haiphong

Clement, C., public works dept., French Municipal Council, Shanghai Clemente, M., chantre, ecclesiastical department, Manila

Clemintine, second engineer, S.S. Impregnable, Bangkok

Cléonie, registrar in chief of Courts of Appeal and first instance, Saigon

Clerc, P., commis. of archives and library, Direction of the Interior, Saigon Clerc, baker, Saigon

Clerc de Fresue, le, telegraphis, Travinh, Cochin China

Clervoy, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Cleverton, J. H., paymaster H.B.M. sloop Daring

Clibborn, Jas, B., surgeon, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Clifford, W. W., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Clifton, F., foreman plumber, Water Works Co., Shanghai

Clifton, A. S. T., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Climent, J. M., secretary, ecclesiastical department, Iloilo

Cline, H. H., P.A. engineer, U.S.S. Sıratara

Clipperton, H., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore Clitz, J. M. B., rear admiral, U.S. Squadron

Clodd, W. E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tamsui

Clode, A. J., reporter, Japan Gazette office, Yokohama

Clough, B., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Clouth, C., M.D., medical practitioner, Castle road Clunis, J., civil architect, Bangkok

Clutton, W., registrar, Supreme Court, Penang

 Clyatt, W. B., (Clyatt & Co.) storekeeper, Newchwang Clyma, H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Foochow Contes, M., staff surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Encounter Cocinard, F., accountant, Comptoir d'Escompte, Shanghai Cochrane, Geo., fleet paymaster, U.S. Squadron Cock, A. C., (Agra Bank) assistant, Shanghai Cock, C. J., engineer, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra Cockburn, E., engineer, steam tug Indra, Bangkok Cockburn, W., student, British Legation, Peking

Cockburn, Rev. Geo., M.A., missionary, Ichang Cocker, T. E., captain, Maritime Customs Service Cocking, S., Jr, (Cocking & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Coelho, J. d'O., chaplain, second battalion, Macao Coffey, F., major, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Coffey, J. J., clerk, United States consulate, Shanghai Coffin, J. A., (Hedge & Co.) assistant, Foochow Coffin, F. M., lightkeeper, Shanghai

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Coffman, Miss Sarab, missionary, Petchaburi, Siam

Coghlan, J., (E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.) cable splicer, str. Sherard Osborn, Singapore Cohen, A. S., broker, Lyndhurst terrace

Cohen, C. C., (Cohen & Georg) broker, Queen's road

Coit, F., (Coit & Co) merchant, Ningpo

Coke, C. H., lieutenant, H. B.M. gunvessel Fly

Colas, J., carpenter, Saigon

Colborne, S, (Kelly & Walsh) assistant, Shanghai Colburn, Miss M. K., missionary, Shanghai

Colby, Miss, missionary, Osaka

Cole, Miss E., missionary, Chiang Mai, Siam

Cole, A. H. L., manager, Japan Mail office, Yokohama

Cole, G. E., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

    Cole, C. J., (Eastern Extention A. & C. Telegraph Co.) actg. suptdt., Singapore Cole, C., (Purdon & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow

Coles, Geo., clerk, Naval Yard (absent)

Colgan, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Coll, F., almacenero de rentas estancadas, Manila

Collaco, J. P. P., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Collaço, J. M. J. P., storekeeper, Macao

Collaço, V. A. P., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Collaço, J. M., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Collaço, F. C., in charge of signal station, Victoria Peak

Collaço, L., (Messageries Maritimes) storekeeper, Praya central

Collaço, J. J., inspector of cargo boats & junks, Harbour Master's department

Collaço, F. X., retired major, Macao

Collada, C., tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Collard, W., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Collia, A. J., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) sup rintendant, Malacca Collin de Planey, V., student interpreter, French Legation, Peking

Collingwood, G., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila

Collins, W., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift

Collins, W., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) boilermaker, Singapore

Collins, G. W., (Geo. W. Collins & Co.) storekeeper, Tientsin

Collins, H., foreman, Japan Mail office, Yokohama

Collis, J. P. (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Saigon

Collyer, J. F., exchange market, Yokohama

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

Colomb, P., (J. Colomb & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Colombani, garde magasins, administrative service, Haiphong

Colombert, Monseigneur, bishop of Samosate, Saigon

Colombet, E. A., French missionary, Bangkok

Colombier, gardener, Saigon

Colombo, L., (Dell' Oro & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Colomer, Rev. R., Roman Catholic missionary, Amoy

Colpe, C., (Wieler & Co.) clerk, Praya

Colquhoun, P., chief engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift

Colquhoun, W. M., (Macleod & Co.) merchant, Cebu

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Colville, Rev., John, minister, Union Chapel

Combaluzier, telegraphist, Saigon

Combaz, Rev., J. C., Roman Catholic missionary, Os ka

Combes, L., (V. Roque) clerk, Saigon

Combes, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic Missionary, Ba-num, Cambodia

Comins, C., (Little & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Comme, surgeon, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong

Compagni, C., assistant, public works departinent, Manila

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Compton, J., constable, British Consulate, Wênchow Comrie, D., (W. Hall & Co.) assistant, Penang

Comte, Pierre, commission agent, Canton

Conceição, P. de, clerk, colonial treasury, Singapore

Conceição, J. F. de ("Hotel de l'Europe") assistant, Singapore

Conceição, C. J., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore

Conception, M., master mariner, Bangkok

Condery, P., professor of architecture, Engineering College, Tokio

Condit, W. A., second officer, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Conejos, M., fiscal, Juzgado de Guerra, Manila

Coney, F. E., (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Conighi, A. G., consul for Austria-Hungary, Singapore (absent)

Conil, A., (Messageries Maritimes) agent, Yokohama

Connell, J. J., surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Connell, chief engineer, steamer Regent, Bangkok

Connell, M., second engineer, steamer Yangleze, Hongkong and Shanghai.

Connellan, Lieut. C.L., East Kent Regiment, Singapore (absent)

Conner, G. B., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Genkai-maru

Constantin, E, (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Haiphong

Contreras, M. de, Spanish Consul, Saigon

Conui, I., proprietor, Hope & Charity coal mines, Cebu

Conwell, T., proprieter Cosmopolitan tavern, Hiogo

Cook, J., proprietor, Stag Hotel, Queen's road

Cook, Henry, shipbuilder, Yokohama

Cook, R. H., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) acting agent, Saigon Cook, H. L., newsagent, Yokohama

Cook, Mrs. D., milliner, Yokohama

Cook, M. H., sail maker, Shanghai

Cooke, A. P., commander, U.S. corvette Swatara

Cook, P. C. clerk, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Cooke, R., (ongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) acting Secretary, Praya Central Cooke, Genl. J. E., Anglo-Chinese Force, Ningpo

Coombs, H. R., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Cooper, J., (Cumine & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Cooper, F. P., (Bush Brothers) clerk, Newchwang

Cooper, H., (Associated Wharves) assistant, Shanghai

Cooper, William, boatswain, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Cooper, R., engineer, Tugboat Association, Shanghai

Cooper, H. N., (H. N. Cooper & Co.) merchant, Pottinger street and Canton Cooper, Rev. W. B., missionary, Tokio

Cooper, W. M., British consul, Ningpo (absent)

Cooper, E. C. P., midshipman, H.B M. corvette Cleopatra

Cooper, W. H., apoth cary, general hospital, Singapore

Cooverjee, P., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Cooverjee, H., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) merchant, Gage street

Cope, S., (Japan Mail) assistan', Yokohama

Cope, F. A., auctioneer, Yokohama

Cope, A. E., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) sub-accountant, Queen's road

Copeland, W., Spring Valley Brewery, Yokohama

Coqset, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Tientsin

Corbach, W. van, Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Corbett, Rev. H., missionary, Chefoo

Corcoran, J., inspector of police, Central station

Cordeiro, F., Bangkok

Cordeiro, P., (Mercantile Printing office) compositor, Shanghai

Cordeiro; E. R., (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Manila

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Cordeiro, P. A., (Eastern Estension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shangbai Cordeiro, L. M., (Crane Bros.) assistant, Singapore

Cordeiro, M. F., boatswain, Harbour department, Macao

Cordeiro, A. A., (Typographia Mercantil) coinpositor, Macao

Cordeiro, L. J., porter, S. Michael's public cemetery, Macao

Cordeiro, A., (Russell & Co.) olerk, Praya

Corder, G. A., acting chief engineer, revenue cruiser Fei-hoo, Amoy Cordier, Rev. Fr., inissionary, Pnon-penh, Cambodia

Cording, E. C., assistant, Brit.sh consulate, Bangkok

Cordova, J., assistant, Custom house, Manila

   Corfe, J. H., lieutenant & commander, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen Corfe, Rev. C. J., missionary, Chefoo

Corich, P., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Cork, T. F., conveyancer and notary public, Singapore

Cornabé, W. A., (Cornabé & Co.) merchant, Chefoo (absent) Cornand, plumber and tinman, Saigon

Cornelius, A. N., fourth clerk, general Post office, Singapore Cornelius, B. M. A., clerk, Straits Times office, Singapore

Cornelins, J. M. L., (McAlister & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Cornelli, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pagoda Auchorage, Foochow

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Corner, Geo. R., accountant., ser. Ch. of Com., and agent Reuter's Telegram Co., S'ghai Cornes, F., (Cornes & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Cornish, C. A., reporter, Daily Press office, Wyndham street

Cornish, G. S., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Cornu, A., manag. r Compagnie pour le decorticage du riz, Saigon

Cornu, Ed., (A. Spooner, Ed. Renard & Co.) merchant, and acting mayor, Saigon

Corrales, J., assistant, Ayuntamiento, Marila

Corre, Rev. J. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Correa, A. J., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Yoko: ama

Correa, F., accountant general's office, Maria

   Correa, J. C. P., ensigu, second battalion, Macao Correia, J. L., continuo, revenue department, Macao Correll, Rev. I. H., missionary, Yokohama (absent) Corroy, acting director of botanical gardens, Saigon Corry, A. C., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra Cort, Miss Mary L., missionary, Petchaburi, Siam Cortego, C., trader, Iloilo

   Cortella, Rev. F. X., vicar of St. Lau: en e's church, Macao Corveth, C. C., (Messag‹ ries Maritin es) clerk, Praya central Corveth, C., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central

Cory, J. M., architect, Shanghai

Cosin y Martiu, A., judge, Quiapo district, Manila

Costa, N. T. da, writer, Naval Yard

Costa e Silva, A. T. da, second commander, water police, Macao

Costa, J. T. da, commissioner of Customs, Bangkok

Costa, J. P. da, clerk, Colonial Secretary's office

Costa, José, telegraph clerk, Manila

Costa, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Costa, J. C. da, compositor, Ñ. C. Herald office, Shanghai

Costa, A. P. da, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Costa, D. A. da, marine officer, Post-office

Costa, P. A. da, (H'kong, Canton and Macao Steamboat Co.) secretary, Queen's road Costa, J. P. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Costa, J. M. da, clerk and notary public, Macao

Costa, R. G. da, (National Bank of India) clerk, Shanghai

Costa, J. A., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, D'Aguilar street

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Costa, Rev. J. V. da, Roman Catholic missionary, Kiungchow

Costa, J. F. M. da, Bangkok

Costa, G. G. da, Shanghai Mercury office, compositor, Shanghai

Costa, G. H. M. da (Hongkong Soda Water Co.), assistant, Hollywood road Costa, J. P. da, Jr., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Costa, B., captain, river steamer Tonquin, Haiphong

Coste (Pharmacie Normale) assistant, Saigon

Costilla, F. do P., member of municipal chamber, Macao

Costoza, L., interventor aporador, commission de Acopios de Tabaco, Ilvilo

Cotewall, H. R., (Tata & Co.) clerk, Hollywood road

Coton, C., assistant, public works department, Manila

Cotta, R., de, (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) assistant, Singapore Cottam, J. P., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Cottell, E. C., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) sub-accountant, Yokohama

Cottman, V. L., master, U. S. S. Richmond

Cotton, C. S. commander, U.S.S. Monocacy

Cotton, E. A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Couder, J. C., French Bakery, Nagasaki

Couetoux, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Coughtrie, J. B., (China Fire Insurance Company) secretary, Queen's road (absent) Coulgeans, de, telegraph clerk, Kampot, Cambodia Coulson, J. B., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, Yokolama Coulthard, J. R., assistant, British Consulate, Shanghai Courage, G. M., midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa Courriere, receiver, registry of lands, Saigon

Courtau, A., Maritime Customs assistant, Anping, Formosa

Courtenay, J. P., staff surgeon, H.M. corvette Comus

Cousin, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka

Cousing, V., trader, Iloilo

Cousins, A. W. V., second magistrate, Singapore

Cousins, E., (Cousins & Co.) merchant, and consul for Sweden, Newchwang

Coutel, J. B., coutractor, Saigon

Couto, P., continuo, almoxarifado de guerra, Macao

Couto, E. J. de, (Jardine, Matheson & Co) clerk, Shanghai

Couvreur, Rev. N. J., French Catholic missionary, Singapore

Couvreur, Rev. F., Roman Catholic Church, Hongkew, Shanghai

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

Cowan, W., student interpret r, Chinese immigration office, Singapore Cowasjee, H., (D. Nowrojee) clerk, Queen's road

Cowderoy, J. J., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) proprietor Iron works, Yokohama Cowie, Capt. F. H., fleet marine officer, U. S. Squadron

Cowie, F., English interpreter, Saigon

Cowles, J. P., U.S. Vice Consul and interpreter, Foochow

Cox, G. C., sub-editor, Daily Press office, Wyndham street

Cox, J. H. (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Cox, John S., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's road

Cox, R. C. C., lieutenant, R. Inuiskilling Fus., and aide-de-camp to Governor Cox, W. D., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio

Coxon, A., bill and bullion broker, and consul for Belgium, Seymour terrace Coxon, E. J., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) assistant accountant, Singapore Cox-Smith, E. C., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Saigon Cozics, assistant chief of the cabinet, Governor's office, Saigon

Cozon, J., (Lacroix Cousins & Co.) Canton

 Cradock, C. G F. M., midshipman, H.B.M. c rvette Cleopatra Cradock, J., inspector of police, Central station

Craig, W., chief engineer, str. Powan, Hongkong and Canton

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Craig, R., (Boustead & Co,) clerk, Singapore

Craig, Robt., (Craig & Co.) merchant, and agent China Sugar Refinery, Swatow Craigie, Jas., fourth engineer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Cramer, A., cadet midshipman, U.S. corvette Alert

Crane, C. E., (Crane Bros.) auctioneer, Singapore

Cranston, D., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Crasemann, E., (Crasemann & Hagen) merchant, Chefoo (absent)

Craven, T., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Crawford, C., armourer sergeant, Ordnance Store department

Crawford, A., secoud engineer, steamer Dale, Hongkeng and Bangkok

Crawford, A., chief engineer, Mi su Bishi steamer Niigata-maru

Crawford, Lt. Col. G. A., commanding Royal Artillery in China and Straits

Crawford,, agricultural departmen', Tokio

Crawford, D. R., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's road Crawford, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Crawford, Rev. T. P., D.D., missionary, Chefoo

Creagh, J., solicitor, and editor Hiogo News, Hiogo Creagh, E. F., Maritime Customs clerk, Foochow Creagh, C. V., deputy superintendent of police (absent) Creancier, conductor, public works department, Saigon Creek, W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow Crémoux, assist. sub-commissioner Marine Revues, Saigon Crescini, R., (A. Roeusch) assistant, Manila

Crescini, D., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Manila Crestin, baker, &c., Haiphong

Crespo, V., telegraph operator, Manila

Crettier, F. bookseller and stationer, Saigon

Creus, M., chief of guards, gaol, Manila

Creus, C., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Crevich, J., proprietor Universal Saloon, Nagasaki

Crichton, A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) fitter, Singapore Crichton, F, captain, Mitsu Bishi barque Awajishima-maru Crighton, R. T., master, ligh ship Tungsha, Shanghai Croal, R. W., commander, receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai Crochet, J., S. J., missionary, Shanghai

Crochet, pilot, Haiphong

Crocker, J. W., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman engincer, Kowloon

Crocker, E. A., (Geo. Oliver & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Crockford, H., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) pilot, Singapore

Croft, Miss, missionary, Ningpo

Cromie, Chas., silk inspector, Shanghai

Crosby, J., school teacher, Hiogo

Crosby, Miss J. N., missionary, Yokohama

Crothers, W. J., acting gunner, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Crouch, S. H., boatswain, H.B.M. corvette Encounter Croucher, Mrs., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Penang

Crowe, D., (M. B. M. S. S. Co.), engineer, Yokohama

Crowlie, H., pilot, Taku

Cruickshank, W., chemist, Victoria Dispensary, Peddar's wharf

Cruickshank, W. J., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Cruise, W., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Crummack, E. G., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Crutch, S. J., (Reiss & Co.) tea inspector, Shanghai

Crutchley, F., law agent, Hiogo

    Cruz, Lydia F. da Sta, mistress Coll ge de Sta. Roza, Macao Cruz, M. Ja, (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Saigon

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Cruz, P., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Cruz, T. da, assistant master, Raffles' Institution, Singapore Cruz, A. M. da, (Russell & Co) clerk, Canton Cruz, M., ("La Puerta del Sol") assistant, Iloilo

Cruz, T. da, clerk, Club Lusitano

Cruz, B. A., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Cruz, O. A. da, (China Traders' Ins. Co.) clerk, Queen's road Cruz, Z. A. de, clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore Cruz, S. M. da, (Thomas, Rowe & Smith) clerk, Canton Cruz, F. A. da, (A. A. de Mello & Co.) clerk, Macao Cruz, A. A. da, (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Cruz, E. da, (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Cruze, T. A., boarding and emigration officer, Marine department, Singapore

Cruze, J. da, (New Harbour Dock Co.) storekeeper, Singapore

Cuadra, A. de la, assistant, departments of forests, Masbate, Philippines

Cuadrado, A., assistant, public works department, Manila

Cuadrado, M., surgeon, Naval department, Manila

Cuartero, M., Bishop, Iloilo

Cuartero, M., administrator of Customs, Maa:la

Cubbins, Thes., Maritime Customs boat officer, Chefoo

Cubelman, B. S., pay clerk, U.S. corvette Alert

Cubero, A., civil governor's office, Manila

Cubero, A., recaudador, Custom house, Manila

Cubitt, A. G., second officer, P. & O. steamer Malacca, Hongkong & Japan

Cuejilo, L., (Genato & Co.) assistant, Manila

Cueto, J., vice-rector, university, Manila

Cuff, J. C, (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) assistant electrician, Singapore Culbertson, Rev. J. N., missionary, Bangkok

Cullen, R. F., (Forbes, Munn & Co.) clerk, Manila

Cullen, R. F., Captain, steamer Diamante, Hongkong & Manila

Cullin, W. A. B., proprietor Penang Gazette, Penang

Culmsee, V., (Great Northern Telegrapu Co.) clerk, Shanghai Culty, A., hairdresser, Yokohama

Cumine, Chas., (Cumine & Co) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Cumine, A. G. T., (Cumine & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent) Cuning, W. H., commodore in charge of naval establishment Cumming, Jas., assistant, Saw Mills Co, Johore

Cumming, N. A., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Cummins, F., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Cumroodin, M. M., (Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Cumroodin, A. S., (Atduleader Esmailjee) manager, Gage street

Cunha, F. da, Hogo

Cuntia, F. M. da Jr., student, Procurador's departme. t, Macao

Cunha, Rev. J. P. St. Anna da, manager Roman Catholic girls' school, Singapore Cunha, F. M. da., Jr., merchant, Macao

Cunha, A. d'A. e, Junr., assistant inspector of fire, Macao

Cunha, F. M. da, merchant, Macao

Cunha, J. da, writer, H. M. Naval Yard

Cunningham, J. K., (Fearon, Low & Co.) merchant, and consul for Belgium, Hiogo Cunningham, T., lightkeeper, Kintoan ligtship, Shanghai

Cunningham, T. B., (Russell & Co.) agent, & vice-con. for Sweden, &c., Canton

Curet, L., second officer, Chinese gunboat Ching-tsing, Canton

Currie, A., M. L. C., (Borneo Co.) manager, Singapore

Currim, Hajee Abdool (Hajee Mahomed & Co.) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace Cursetjee Ookerjee Bhassania, merchant, Peel street

Curtis, A. W., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

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Curtis, Rev., W. W., missionary, Osaka

Curtis, G. M., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Curtis, J. H., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Curtis, W., (Mitan Bishi M.S.S. Co.), Tokio

Cushman, Miss Clara M., missionary, Peking

Cutcliffe, W., master, steamer Normandy, Singapore and Bangkok

Cuthbert, Geo., gunner, H.B.M corvette Curacoa

Cuthbertson, J. R., (Boustead & Co.), merchant, Singapore

Cuthbertson, R. B., pianoforte tuner and proprietor "The Commercial," Yokohama Cuthbertson, T., (Boustead & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Cutter, J. C., agricultural department, Sapporo, Yesso, Japan Cutts, Lieut. R. M., executive officer, U.S.S. Ashuelot Cuyngan, V., notario, ecclesiastical department, Manila Cyprian, Rev. Bro., director, St. Joseph's College, Caine road

Daae, I. M., commissioner, Maritime Customs, (absent) D'Aeth, Lieut. G. G. H., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Dabin, G. A. M., Roman Catholic Mission, Mu'ang Prom, Siam Dabney, A. J., master, U.S. corvette Alert

Daeth, John, (Lucas & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Daguin, Rev. L. A., French Catholic missionary, Singapore Dagregoris, (E. Baud & Co.) lightfi:ter, plumber, &c., Saigon Dahim, J. B., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore Daland, W. A., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Dale, H. W., (F. A. Groom) assistant, Shanghai

Dalgliesh, W. H., (Carter & Co.) silk broker, Shanghai Dallas, C. H., (Malcolm & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Dallas, F., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

    Dallas, A. A., clerk, surveyor's office, Municipal Council, Shanghai Dallas, Barnes, bill broker, and secretary Race Club, Shanghai Dalrymple, G. O., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai Dalrymple, H. L., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Dalton-Hawkins, H., (R. F. Hoskyn) clerk, Iloilo

Daly, S., broker, Shanghai

Dalziel, Jas., China Inland Mission, Shanghai

Damais, Rev. J., French Catholic missionary, Singapore

Danby, S. J., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Danby, W., civil engineer and architect, Queen's road

Dandan, P., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Danenberg, Thereza da A., regenta, College of Sta. Roza, Macao

Danenberg, H., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Danenberg, C., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Praya

Danenberg, V., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Danenberg, H., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Danenberg, J., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Dabiel, Miss C. H., M.D., missionary, Swatow

Daniel, J., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Daniel, H. W., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Danker, A., (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Singapore Dantony, assistant engineer, public works department, Saigon Darbier, J. P., (Whitfield & Dowson) engineer, Yokohama Darby, W. H. F., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Pottinger street Dare, A. H., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Darke, F. M., pilot, Singapore

Darling, D. A., Shanghai

Darracq, A., secretary to Privy Council, Saigon

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Dartize du Fournet, ensign, French cruiser Parseval, Haiphong Dattan, A., (Kunst and Albers) merchant, Wladivostock Danglish, Lieut. G. V., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Dautremer, interpreter, French Legation, Tokio Dauver, H. R., (Dauver & Co.) merchant, Amoy Dauv, rchain, Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang Dauzans, captain, gunboat Carabine, Haiphong Daver, P. F., storekeeper, Lyndhurst Terrace Davey, J., (A. S. Watson & Co.) chemist, Shanghai Davia, W. G., ensign, U.S. sloop Swatara David, (David and Son) b'acksmith, Saigon David, E., (Cha-serinu Estate) assistant, Singapore David, chiet gaoler, aigon

David, A. J., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) agent, Chefoo David, D. M., merchant, Chinkiang

David, S. A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Ningpo

Davidson, J. G., (Rodyk & Davidson) advocate and attorney, Singapore Davidson, E. C., government telegraph engineer, Bangkok

Davidson, T., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Davidson, Patrick (Davidson & Co ) merchant, Ningpo

Davidson, W. R., (Davidson & Co) merchant, Ningpo

Davidson, F. G., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) chief assistant, Singapore

 Davidson, W., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Davidson, Rev. Robt., missionary, Tokio (absent) Davidson, C. J. L., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers Davidson, J. D., Jr., paymaster's clerk, U.S. sloop Swatara Davidson, F., (Kelly & Walsh) assistant, Queen's road

Davidson, Robert M., (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo

Davidson, Wm., (Davidson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo (absent)

Davies, W., (Japan Dispensary) assistant, Yokohama

Davies, D., sailmaker, Singapore

Davies, G. W., assistant, Sanitary department, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Davies, T. E., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Davies, T., storekeeper, Newchwang

Davies, T., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Davies, J. C., pilot, Singapore

Davies, C. W. Tudor, Maritime Customs assistant, Ningpo

Davieson, J., (Mit-u Bishi M.S S. Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Davis, Ed., (Wisner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Davis, Miss, missionary, Hiogo

Davis, D., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Davis, Miss A. K., missionary, Tokio

Davis, H., carpenter, U.S.S. Swatara

Davis, Sergt. W., foreman of works, Royal Engineer department

Davis, Rev. J. D., missionary, Kioto, Japan

Davis, Rev. R. H., missionary, Hiogo

Davis, Mrs. E., milliner, Yokohama

Davis, Rev. G. R., missionary, Peking

Davis, H. W., (Linstead & Davis) merchant, Queen's road

Davis, J. K., (North China Insurance Co.) agent, Queen's road

Davis, L., general trader, Yokohama

Davison, Rev. J. C., missionary, Nagasaki

Davison, Rev. W. Č., missionary, and acting Consul for United States, Hakodate

Davison, W. S., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Shario-maru

Dawson, C. P., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Day, E. F., commander, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

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Day, W., warder, gaol, Singapore

Dacon, Herber., (John Forster & Co ) clerk, Foochow Deacon, V. H., (Brereton & Wottou) solicitor, Queen's roa-l Deacon, E., (Deacon & Co.) merchant, Canton (absent)

Dean, H. Y., (H, J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila

Dean, Rev. Wm., D.D., missionary, Bangkok

Deane, A. S., Maritime Customs assistant, and medical officer, Wuhu

Deane, Hon. W. M., captain superintendent of Police and act. Colonial Treasurer De Ath, A., auctioneer, Hiogo

De Bay, E., merchant, Bangkok (absent)

De Biere, restaurateur, Hanoi

Dechrevens, Rev., Fr., R. C. missionary and directo" of observatory, Shanghai

Deck, A., engineer, French Gas Company, Shanghai

Decosta, agent du material, administrative service, Haiphong

De Cotta, J. L., pianoforte instructor, Singapore

Decustine, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

De Forest, Rev. J. H., missionary, Osaka

Degenaer, F., merchant, Blue Buildings, Wanchai Degoul, H., law agent, Cholen, Saigon

Deidenbach, J., (Langfieldt & Mayers) storekeeper, Yokohama Deighton, C. H., gunuer, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Deighton-Braysher, C., Mari ime Customs tid surveyor (absent) Deitz, G., master of revenue cruiser Hwa-shu, Newchwang

De Jong, Dr. C. G., Yokohama

Delacamp, H., (Delacamp, Macgregor & Co.) merchant, Hiogo Delanez, M. J., gunner, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Delaplace, L. G., Vicaire Apostolique, French Catholic mission, Peking Delebarre, S., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Deleito, P., capitan, carabineros, Manila

Delemasure, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Delestre, J. E., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Delgado, R., canon, ecclesiastical department, Manila

De Lisle, F. G., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Daring

De Lisle, E. J., private secretary to Governor of Straits Settlements

Dell'Oro, I., (Dell'Oro & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Delort, first deputy procureur general, administration of justice, Saigon

Delouette; Rev. E. F., French Catholic Mission, Malacca

Delmas, hotel keeper, Haiphong

Delprato, telegraphist, Saigon

Deman, ensign, French cruiser Parceval, Haiphong

Demars, telegraphist, Rachgia, Cochin China

Demars, superintendent of telegraphic service, Saigon

Demee, F. L., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Demetri, restaurateur, Haiphong

Demetrius, Rev., Russian missionary, Hakodate

Demetrius, G., purser, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta

Demianoff, A., (A. Bjurling & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Démolis, (Pelissier & Démolis) timber merchant, Tayninb, Cochin China.

Deniaud, J., (Whitfield & Dowson) assistant, Yokohama

Dening, Rev. W., missionary, Hakodate

Denis, A., (Denis Frères) merchant, and president Chamber of Commerce, Saigon

Denis, G., (Denis Frères) merchant, Saigon (absent)

Denison, A., (Wm. Danby) assistant, Queen's road

Denison, H.W., Foreign office, Tokio

Denker, A., (A., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Dennemont, pilot, Saigon

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Denny, O. N., United States Consul-General, Shanghai

  Dennys, H., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Te egraph Co.) operator, Singapore Dennys, N. B., Ph.D., third magistrate, Singapore

Dennys, H. L., (Dennys & Mossop) solicitor, Bank Buildings

  Denson, H. E., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Dent, E. C. H., (A. Dent & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent)

Dent, A., (Alfred Dent & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Dent, H. F., merchant, Canton

  Denton, J. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore Dentzan, J., master mariner, Bangkok

Dépierre, J. M., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon Derbès, director of military engineers, Saigon

  Dermer, T. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow Derrick, C. P., (Powell & Co.) assistant, Singapore Derrick, G. A., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Singapore Derrick, E. J., engineer, Bangkok

Derrick, W. H., (Powell & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Derrick, G., chief engr., E. E. Á. & C. Telegraph Co.'s str. Sherard Osborn, Singapore De Salis, Wm., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

De San, E., merchant, Hiogo

Deschanel, A., proprietor, Hotel des Colonies, Yokohama

Desgraz, Miss, missionary, Chinkiang

Desjacques, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai Desker, E., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore Desker, H. F., (Dasker & Co.) butcher, Singapore

Desker, A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Desmier, A., chief, first office, Direction of the Interior, Saigon Desormeaux, telegraphist, Saigon

De

esray, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Dessailes, Rev. E., French missionary, Bangkok

Dessey, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Dethleffsen, P. J. S., master mariner, Bangkok

Detmering, W., (W. G. Hale & Co.) merchant, Saigon

Detmers, W., (Rädecker & Co.) merchant, Wyndham street Petring, Gustav, commissioner of Customs, Tientsin

Deuntzer, S., medical practitioner, Bangkok

Desvallons, chief commissioner Marine Hospital, Saigon

Deubel, lieutenant H. I. German M. S. Elizabeth

Deveaux, G., chief engineer, Chinese gunboat Chingtsing, Canton

Devenet, accountant, compagnie pour le decorticage du riz, Saigon

Devesa, M., trader, Iloilo

Devèze, A., (V. Aymonin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Devine, W. H., (M. B. M. S.S. Co.) accountant, engine works, Yokohama

Devisc, hair dresser, Saigon

Devjee, Rehmtoola, merchant, Peel street

De Vries, C., merchant, Wladivostock

D Wind, A. A., planter, Malacca

D

ewey, T. G., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Dhurumsey, P., (E. Pubaney) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace

ias, A., Jr., ensign, second battalion, Macao

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iaz de Liano, M., letrado, consejo de administracion, Manila

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iaz y Puertas, F., (Loyzaga & Co.) printer, Manila

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iaz Fernandez, C., solicitor, Iloilo

D

(iaz F., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Daraga, Philippines

iaz, R., assistant, Post-office, Manila

ick, S., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

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Dick, J., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Dickie, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, Wanchai

Dickie, H., (China Sugar Refining Co.) manager, East point (absent) Dickins, F. V., barrister-at-law, Yokohama (absent)

Dickson, J., assistant superintendent Imperial engine works, Nagasaki Dickinson, W. W., (Geo. W. Collins & Co.) assistant, Tientsin Dier, A. de, (J. M. Cazalas & Son) foreman engineer, Singapore Diercks, F., Maritime. Customs examiner, Shanghai

Dierx, L., (Banque de l'Indo Chine) sub manager, Saigon Diesbach, Conte de, second secretary, French Legation, Tokio Diethelm, W. H., (Hooglandt & Co.) merchant, Singapore Dietrich, Rev. W., missionary, Fukwing, Canton Dietz, R. R., Spanish vice-consul, Singapore

D'Iflanger, F., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Dill, R., (Kaltenbach, Fischer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Dillon, E., constable, British consulate, Tokio

Dillon, C., French consul, Tientsin

Dimock, C. W., (American Clock & Brass Co.) clerk, Yokohama Diniz, A. J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Diniz, A., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Shanghai

   Diniz, S. J., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Shanghai Diniz, A. J., (Kelly & Walsh) clerk, Shanghai Dinnis, B. J., clerk, H.M.S. Íron Duke

Dinsdale, G. K., secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Yokohama Dipner, A., chief of telegraph department, Wladivostock Dipple, R. P., (Gilman & Co.) clork, D'Aguilar street Disse, Dr. T., professor of medicine, Imperial University, Dissmeyer, G. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Tokio

Dithlessen, P. A., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kokonoye-maru, Tokio

Divers, E., M.D., professor of chemistry, Engineering College, Tokio

Dixon, J. M., secretary and professor of English, Engineering College, Tokio Dizon, J., assistant, mint, Manila

Dmitrevsky, P., student interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking

Dobbins, Rev. F. A., missionary, Tokio

Dobie, W., commander, receiving ship Yuen-fah, Shanghai

Dodd, John, (Dodd & Co.) merchant & consul for Netherlands, &c., Tamsui

Dodds, Jas., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Yokohama

Dodwell, F., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Dodwell, G. B., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Doel, P., police inspector, Nagasaki

Doheny, (Fraser, Farley & Co.) clerk, Yokobama

Dohmen, M., British vice consul, Yokohama

Dolakewich, Paul, stevedore, Wla livostock

Dolan, W., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) sailmaker, Hongkong Dolo, pilot, Saigon

Domingo, E., ayudante, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Manila Domingo, F.,.dibujante, floral department, Manila

Domingo, B., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) clerk, Manila

Dominez, J., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Dominguez, A., accountant general's office, Manila

Dominguez, N., interventor, a 'minis. de Impuestos, Manila Domoney, Geo., storekeeper, Yokohama

Dompierre d'Hornoy, de, midshipman, French frigate Themis Donald, J., (M. B. M. S. S. C) foreman, sail loit, Yokohama Donald, P., second engineer, steamer Sunda, Hongkong & Japan Donaldson, A. L., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) attorney, Singapore

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Donaldson, C. P. M., clerk, H.B.M. Works department, Shanghai Donand, F. D., (Kunst & Albers) clerk, Wladivostock

Donelt, J., civil doctor, Iloilo

Donnelly, A. R., (Cornabé & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Donohoe, J., barrack sergeant, commissariat, Tanglin, Singapore

Donough, J., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Donough, W., assistant master, Free school, Penang

Donovan, Lieut-General E. W., commanding H.B.M.'s Forces in China and Straits

Donovan, J. M., (Eastern Extension A. & C. Telegraph Co.) a-sist. electrician, Singapore Donovan, J. P., Maritime Customs P'o tal clerk, Peking

Donovan, P., warder, gaol, Singapore

Dorabje, S., (Framjee Hormusjce & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road (absent)

Dorabjee, F., (Framjee Hormusjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road

Dorabjee, D., (D. Nowrojee) assistant, Queen's road (absent)

Doral, B. C., clerk, Land office, Penang

Doral, J. H. P., manager, Hermeline estate, Singapore

Doral, J. B., assistant master, Free school, Penang

Doral, P. R., (Hughes & Legge) clerk, Queen's road Doral, J. P., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Doriani Bouillac, Mme., milliner, Saigon

Dormer, C. J. T., midshipman, H.B.M. Iron Duke Dorrinck, J. J., (Alex. Bielfeld) broker, Shanghai

Dougall, R., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore Douglas, J. H., assistant, Dock Co., Bangkok

Douglas, J., (Japan Photographic Association) assistant, Yokohama Douglass, J., second engineer, light-house tender Meiji Maru, Yokohama Dourans, commander, French gunboat Carabine, Tonquin

Dourvill, clerk, direction of the inter or, Saigon

Doust, F. B., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Richmond

Douthwaite, Rev. A. W., medical missionary, Wênchow

Douw, Miss D. M., missionary, Peking (absent)

Dow, W. N., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Amoy

Dowdall, C., (Myburgh & Dowdall) solicitor, Shanghai

Dowley, E. B., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Down, S., (B. D. Benjamin) clerk, Shanghai

Downie, A., (Innes & Keyser) clerk, Iloilo

Downie, W., (Joha Little & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Downie, D., chief officer, steamer Yangisze, Hongkong and Shanghai

Downing, Miss C. B., missionary, Chefoo

Dowsley, Rev. A., missionary, Ichang

Doyle, P., clerk, Ordnance Store department

Dragon, W., chief clerk, Lient. Governor's office, Penang

Dragon, W. A., clerk, Penang Club, Penang

Draper, Rev. G. F., missionary, Yokohama

Drell, contractor, Saigon

Dreusche, H. von, (A. Cordes & Co.) mercant, Tientsin

Drew, A. H., (I.S.Bond) clerk, Singapore

Drew, J. B., staff surgeon, H.B.M. sloop Daring

Drewell, A., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Drewes, T. W., captain, steamer Peking, Hongkong and Shanghai

Driscoll, T. N., tailor, Queen's road

Drouart de Lezey, Rev. Lucien, Roman Catholic missionary, Niigata

Dronbet, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Drouillard, lieutenant, French frigate Thémis

Drude, H., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Queen's roal

Drummon, W. E., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Drummond, G., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) accountaut, Singapore Drummond, W. V., (Drummond & Latham) barrister-at-law, Shanghai Drummond, J., captain, Mitsu Bishi str Kumamoto-maru, Tokio Drury, C., assistant master, High School, Malacca

Drury, H. E., assistant paymaster, U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama Dubail, Mgr., Roman Catholic bishop, ewchwang

Dubarry, P. R., Maritime Customs assistanı examiner, Ningpo

  Duberly, F., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore Dubois, L., (C & J. Favre Brandt) assistant, and consul for Belgium, Osaka Dubois, C., (C. & J. Favre Brandt) assistant, Yokohama

Dubois, J. F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Swatow

Dubrot, captain, French cruiser Champlain

Duchamp, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Ducos, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Du Crouzet, (Ogliastro & Blutstein) clerk, Tamhoi, Saigon

Dudgeon, P. C., lieutenant, H.B M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Dudgeon, Chas. J., (Mackintosh, Dudgeon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Dudgeon, John, M.D., missionary, & professor of anatomy & physiology, Peking

Dudley, Miss J. E., missionary, Hiogo

Dudley, J., M. B., surgeon, H.B.M. Iron Duke, for Yokohama hospital

Duer, Yeend, (M. B. M. S. S. Co.) agent, Yokohama

Duff, Alex., (Cameron, Dunlop & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Duff, G., (Strahan & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Duff, Thos. W., commission agent, Chinkiang

Duffus, Rev. Wm., missionary, Swatow

Duggan, C. W., first clerk, Central Police Station Dujardin, F., (Fergusson & Co.) clerk, Chefoo Dujua, F., clerk, Governor-General's office, Manila Duke, F. W., barrister-at-law, Penang

  Dumas, J. A., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon Dumelin, A., (Siber & Brennwald) clerk, Yokohama Dumont, F., (Jas. Edwards) assistant, Yokohama Dumont, H., (Jas. Edwards) assistant, Yokohama

Dunbar, G. H., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) barge keeper, Hiogo Dun, E., Agricultural department, Sapporo, Yesso, Japan

Duncan, A., Maritime Customs assistant, Ningpo

Duncan, A., constable, British consulate, Canton

Duncan, C., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Duncan, Thos., engineer in charge, Dock, Bangkok

Dundas, T. F. C., sub lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Zephyr

Dunlop, W., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.'s Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok

Dunlop, J., chief engineer, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Dunlop, H.B., (John D. Ross) clerk, Singapore

Dunlop, C. G., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Dunlop, R., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Dunlop, C., (Powell & Co.) auctioneer, Singapore

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Dunlop, Major S., Inspector General of Police and President of Municipality, Singapore

Dunman, T., proprietor, Grove Cocoanut Estate, Singapore

Dunman, Wm., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya

Dunman, R., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Dunmore, D., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard

Dunn, J., second engineer, steamer Thales, Coast

Dunn, W. E. H., (Dunn, Melbye & Co.) merchant, Stanley street

Dunn, Thomas, (Hedge & Co.) merchant, Forchow (absent)

Duoc, P., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

Duperré, contre-admiral, French frigate Thémis

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Dupeux, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Dupont, Geo., Bangkok

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Durand, U., (Durand & Co.) saddler, Yokohama Durham, H. G., commission agent, Hiogo Dürr, O., (Dürr & Co.) merchant, Manila

Dürr, Ed., (Dürr & Co.) merchant, Manila

Dürr, W., (Dürr & Co.) clerk, Manila

Durrant, F., captain, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Durrie, Miss M., teacher, Roman Catholic Girls' School, Singapore Dussol, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Dussol, H., contractor, Saigon

Dussol, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Dussutour, opium farmer, Pnompenh, Cambodia

Dussutour, Mme., mistress, Girls' Public School, Saigon

Dussutour, A., auctioneer, Saigon

Dutras, Rev. José, Roman Catholic missionary, Amoy

Dutronquoy, S., bowling saloon keeper, Hiogo

Dutronieh, M., sister superior in charge of European hospital, Tientsin

Duns, E. H., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Tokio

Dūūs, J. H., merchant, and consul for Denmark, Hakodate

Duval, A. T., (Deacon & Co.) public tea inspector, and chairman municipal con. Canton

Duzac, pilot, Saigon

Dyce, C. M., (Geo. Barnet & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Dyer, S., (British and Foreign Bible Society) agent, Shanghai

Dyer, H., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

Dyer, H., principal of Engineering College, Tokio

Dyle, surveyor of public works, Pnompenh, Cambodia Dzionk, M. F., (Astor House Hotel) clerk, Shanghai

Eagan, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo Eaglin, E., apothecary, U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama Eakin, A. J., teacher in the King's School, Bangkok Earle, T. E., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Earnshaw, D., (Earnshaw & Co.) engineer, and surveyor to Lloyds' agents, Manila East, Jas. W., commander, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Eastlack, W. R., (C. & J. Trading Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Eastlack, R. F., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Eastlacke, H. Y., dentist, Wyndham street

Eastlacke, W. C., dentist, Wyndham street

Eastlacke, F. W., Wyndham street

Easton, A. J., (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's Wharf

Easton, G. F., missionary, Chinchen, Kansuh

Eaton, J., (A. W. Glennie) clerk, Yokohama

Ebell, H., (Vogel & Co.) agent, Canton

Eber, F. W., clerk, marine department, Singapore

Eber, J. L., (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Eber, A., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Eça, D. A. d', purser, steamer White Cloud, Hongkong and Macao Eccleston, G., mariner, Bangkok

Ecclestone, J., assistant examiner, Maritime Customs, Newchwang

Echavarria, Sor P., San José hospital, Manila

Echavarria, F., captain of steamer Aguila, Iloilo

Echevarria, E. T., "Los Catalanes," Manila

Echevarria, J., assistant, Public Works department, Manila

Eckert F., bandmaster, naval department, Tokio

Eckford, A. M., (Cornalé & Co.) merchant, and consul for United States &c., Chefoo

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  Ede, J. M., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) merchen Manila Ede, N. J., secretary, Union Insurance Societ

Foddar's wharf

Edelmann, W., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Edgar, H., acting commissioner of Maritime Customs, Foochow Edgar, J, (Edgar & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Edgar, J., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Newchwang

Edgar, J., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Edgar, G., (Edgar & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Edge, Rev. J. C., missionary, London Mission, Staunton street

Edger, J. S., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Manila (absent) Edlefsen, M. C., mariner, Bangkok

Edmund, Bro., teacher, St. Joseph's College, Caine road

Eduljee Jamsejee Deeguria, (Cursedjee Ookerjee Bhassaina) merchant, Peel street Eduljee, D., merchant, Peel street

Eduljee, Kavasjee, clerk, Daily Press office, Wyndham street

Edwards, F. W., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

Edwards, F. H., (Malcampo & Co.) clerk, An.oy

Edwards, W., (Chinese Engineering & Mining Co.) winder, Tientsin

Edwards, H. H., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Edwards, Th., Behre & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Edwards, R. S., clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore

Edwards, J., Maritime Customs examiner, (absent)

Edwards, O. E., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, Manila

Edwards, St. J. H., acting clerk & marshal, United States consulate, Amoy Edwards, J., storekeeper, Yokohama

Eggers, H., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Eggert, J., pilot, Takao

quia, L., (Guichard & Fils) clerk, Manila

1 ville, L. D', second officer, steamer Chinkiang, Hongkong and Shanghi

Ehlers, Ang., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ehrlich, I., lieutenant, H. L. German M. S. Stosch

Eichhorn, B., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Eichler, Rev. E. R., missionary, Canton

Eilers, C. Th., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Eisendecher, K. von, German Minister, Tokio

Eitel, Rev. E. J., M.A., Ph.D., inspector of schools

Eizmendi, S., marmolista, Manila

Ekstrand, J. W., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kangnawa-maru Elberg, J., (F. A. Schultze & Co.) storekeeper, Nawang

Elder, A. E., Maritime Customs watcher, Shangha

Eldridge, H., Maritime Customs assistant tidesury vor, Whampoa Eldridge, Stuart, M.D., physician, General Hospital, Yokohama Elera, C. de, professor, University, Manila

Elia, Esmail, (N. M. & A. M. Khamisa) assistant, Peel street Elias, R. H., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Elias, J. B., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace Elias, H. 1., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Elias, E. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Elie, justice of the peace, Saigon

Eliott, F. J. J., commander H.B.M. sloop Daring

Elizaga, J. S., lightkeeper, Fisher Islano lighthouse, Amoy

Elizalde, L. R. de, bookkeeper, public works department, Manila Elizalde, J. M., (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, Manila

Ellert, A., (Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ellerton, J., Hiogo

Elles, Jamieson, (Elles & Co) merchant, Amoy (absent)

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS

Elles, J. C., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Elliot, T. B., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Elliott, G. E., chief officer, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong & Manila Elliott, F. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore (absent)

Elliott, J. R., (Hunt & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Ellis, R., warder, gaol, S ngapore

Ellis, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Ellis, H., master attendant and shipping master, Marine department, Singapore Elmer, G. W., colporteur, American Bible Society, Yokohama

Elshout, J. M., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Elste, assistant surgeon, H. I. German M. S. Hertha

Elwin, Rev. A., missionary, Hangchow

Elwyn, H. B., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Elzinger, watchmaker, Manila

Emens, W. S., (China and Jaan Trading Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Emery, D. A., (Wadliegh & Emery) merchant, and U.S. vice-consul, Chinkiang Emmerson, C., proprietor, Emmerson's Hotel, Singapore

Emonet, Rev. N., Roman Catholic missionary, Newchwang

Emory, G. B., (Ó. & O.S.S. Co.) general agent, Yokohama

Encarnaçao, F. X., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Encinas, C. G., magistrate, Marila

Endicott, S., (Cornes & Co.) merchant and vice-consul for Hawaii, Hiogo

Endicott, H. B., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Engard, A. C., engineer, U.S.S. Alert

Engel, unter-lieut., H. I. German M. S. Stosch

Engelhardt, H., (F. Beato) clerk, Yokohama

Engert, M., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

England, F. H., merchant, Foochow

England, C. R., commission agent and auctioneer, Shanghai

Engler, A., (F. Engler & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Ennes, Rev. F. T. Š. de S., vice-rector, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Ennes, M. B. de S., bishop, Ecclesiastical department, Macao

Enriequrz, M., Marques de Villa Cartell, Civil Governor, Manila

Enriquerz, D., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) clerk, Manila

Enslie, J. J., acting consul, British Consulate, Yokohama

Entrala, F. de P., Auxiliare de Fomento, Manila

Entwistle, Jas., P. A. engineer, U.S. sloop Ashuelot

Epping, Dr., surgeon H. I. German M. S. Elisabeth

Eranee, B. A., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esmail) assistant, Gage street

Eranee, B. K., (Burjorjee Khodadad & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent)

Erdmann, C., (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Praya central

Erckenbrecht, unter-lient., H. I. German M. S. Hertha

Errasquin, Sor J., Sar José hospital, Manila

Errington, A. J., commander, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Erskine, C. H., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Erskine, S., (Howarth, Erskine & Co.) engineer, Singapore

Esbran, J. C., (L. H. Woods) clerk, Malacca

Esbran, D., Government Printing office, Singapore

Escande, ensign, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong

Escarrer, G., (Sartorius & Moerike) assistant, Lipa, Philippines

Escassi, Viuda E. G., printer, Iloilo

Escondrillas, D., architect, Cebu

Escoubet, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Escribano, F., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Escribano, M., assistant, seccion de archivo, Manila

Escriña, R., assistant, public works department, Manila

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Escudier, commandant, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong Esdale, C., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S.S. Co.) clerk, Hiogo Esdale, J. T, (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, Yokohama

Es, J. C. van (G. R. Lambert & Co.) photographer, Singapore Esmail, Oosman, (Hajee Hamed Hajee Esack) manager, Gage street Esmail, H. M. S., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esmail) merchant, Gage street España, A., official, adminis. de estancadas, Manila Espana, A., marchamador, Custom house, Manila Especkerman, S., (John D. Ross) assietant, Singapore Especkerman, B. H., proprietor, Mercantile Press, Singapore Esperanza, A. de la, captain, civil horse guards, Manila Espino, M., constable, Spanish Consulate, Amoy Espinosa, T., vacunador general, civil gover..ment, Manila Esquer, president, first Court of appeal, Saigon (absent) Essabboy, Abdoolkyum M., merchant, Singapore Essabboy, Ahdoolkader M., merchant, Cochrane street Essex, F., (China Traders' Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai Estable, (E. Band & Co.) assistant, Saigon

Estanislao, E., (Barlow & Wilson) assistant, Manila

Estella, Marques de, Capitan General of Philippines, Manila Esteves, J. M., lieutenant of police, Macao

Esteves, J. J., teacher, Government school, Macao Estiarte, J., (La Puerta del Sol) assistant, Manila Estorges, telegraphist, Vinh-Long, Cochin China

Estrada, Dr. A., secretary, Universidad de Filipinas, Manila Estranch, F., comisario de guerra, Manila Estruch, A., assistant, Mint, Manila

Ethelson, A. P., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Eucis, E., asesor, juzgado de guerra, Manila

Eugster, F., (L. Eugster & Co.) clerk, Manila

Eugster, E., (L. Eugster & Co.) clerk, Manila

Eugster, J., (L. Eugster & Co.) merchant, Manila

Eustace, F. O., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Evans, A., (H. Evans) assistant, Shanghai

Evans, Miss J. G., missionary, Tungchau

Evans, H. R., lieutenant, H-B. M. surveying vessel Magpie

Evans, master mariner, Bangkok

Evans, R., commander, H. B. M. gun-vessel Lily

Evans, G. E., sheriff, Singapore

Evans, H., inspector of immigrants, Penang

Evans, B. G. L., assist. paymast in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Evans, H., (Evans & Co.) bak. and proprietor of " Empire Brewery," Shanghai

Evans, J. H., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) merchant, Shanghai and Hankow (absent)

Evans, M. P., (Reid, Evans & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Evard, R. P., honorary interpreter, French Legation, Tokio

Everall, H., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

Everett, E. E., wine and spirit merchant, Singapore

Evers, A., (Simon, Evers & Co.) merchaut, Hiogo Evington, Rev. H., missionary, Osaka

Evrard, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio Ewen, W. S., (Kelly and Walsh) assistant, Shanghai Ewer, F. H., Maritime Customs chi f examiner, Swatow Ewing, J. A., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Eycheune, telegraphist, Saigon

Eykman, Dr. J. F., Board of Health. Tokio Eymard, C., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yohama

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Everd-Rapine, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

F M. K., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

E con, J. L. O., (Spring Valley Brewery) assistant, Yokohama Ezekiel, F., (E. Sassoon Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya

Ezekiel, J. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co) clerk, Shanghai Ezekiel, M. D., (Abraham, Ezra & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Ezekiel, F. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Ningpo Ezekiel, N. D., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Foochow Ezra, I., (Abraham Ezra & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Ezra, I. A.. (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Ningpo Ezra, A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) agent, Tientsin

Fabian, N. C., marmolista, Manila

Fabian, A., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila (absent) Faber, H., (Faber and Voigt) merchant, Hiogo

Fabre, A., propri tor Rasdolny steam saw mill, Wladiwostock Fabie, F. R., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Fabre, assistant architect of public buildings, Saigon Fabrice, H. von, (Sartorius & Moerike) assistant, Iloilo Fabrice, E., druggist, Jaro, Philippines

Fabris, E. A., assistant, Municipal Council offices, Shanghai Fabris, J. M., (H. S. Bidwell) clerk, Shanghai Fachtmann, K., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Faesy, G. A., (Hotel de l'Europe) assistant, Singapore Faga, V., (Ulysse Pila & Co.) c'erk, Shanghai

Fairhurst, Thos., (Newman & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow Fairless, J., (Lösch & Fairless) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Fajado, R., clerk, contaduria de hacienda, Manila Fálces, D., assistant, public works department, Manila Falck, G., (Falk, Bramann & Beidek) merchant, Bangkok Falck, C., (C. Illies & Co.) godownman, Yokohama

Falconer, Alexander, acting had master, Central School, Gough street Falconer, M., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Falconer, W. F., (Chartered Bank of India) sub-accountant, Queen's road Falkner, R. C., inspector of police, Penang

Fallan, S., clerk, Army pay department

Falls, W. T. B., colonial surgeon, Malacci

Farago, E, Maritime Customs Chinese secretary, Peking

Fara L. O. de, magistrate, Manila

Faren it, O. W., executive officer, U.S.S. Monorary

Farge, Mme., (Bandran & Fargeot) dressmaker, Saigon Fargue, sub-lieutenant Antilope, Saigon

Farquhar S. St. J., midshipman, H. B. M.'s Iron Duke

Farinole, J. B., discount office, Saigon

Farinos, F., surgeon major, army iuedical department, Manila

Farley, Gus., Jr., (Fraser, Farley & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Farnham, Rev. J. M. W., D.D., missionary, Shanghai

Farrall, H., meter in-pector, Gas Company, Shanghai

Farrow, F. G., paymaster, H. B. M. gun-vessel Fly

Farrar, A. A. E., (Geo. Smith & Co.) wine merchant, Shanghai

Farrow, J., commander, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Chefoo

Farsari, A., (Sargent, Farsari & Co.) newsagent, Yokohama

Faubournent de Montferrand de, lieutenant French cruiser Parseval, Haiphong Faulds, H., medical missionary, Tokio

Fauque, Rev. J., French missionary, Bangkok Faure, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

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Faurie, Rev. U., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio Fauvel, A. A., Maritime Customs assistant, (absent) Favet, engine. r, hydrographic service, Haiphong Favier, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

   Favre-Brandt, C., (C. & J. Favre-Brandt) watch importer, Yokohama Favre-Brandt, J., (C. & J. Favre-Brand:) watch importer, Yokohama

. Fawcett, Miss, missionary, Hanchung

Fawcett, J. (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Manila

Fearon, C. H., (Fearon, Low & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Fearon, W., (Fearon, Low & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Fearon, J. S., (Fearon, Low & Co) merchant, Shanghai

Fearon, G. D., (Deacon & Co.) clerk, Canton

   Fearon, R. I., (Fearon, Low & Co.) Shanghai merchant (absent) Featherstonhaugh, M. H., (Geo. Úliver & Co.) clerk, Foochow Featherstonhaugh, J., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai Fee, R. M. M., French Cathote Mason, Penang Federoff, M., major of Wladiwcstock

   Federoff, proprietor of Richnoy steam saw mill, Wladivostock Feedaally Hoosenally (Nujmoodiu Jeewakham) clerk, Grabam street Feitch, J., baudmaster to the Second King, Bangkok

Felauneau, chargé du service des vivres, Hanoi

Feldhausen H. E. Admiral, Governor, Wladiwostock

   Feliciano, B., (Tatuban Rope Factory) assistant, Manila Feliciano, M., Tutuban Rope Factory) manager, Manila Felix, F., sub-postmaster, Bu:terwor h, Penang Felizardo, J., (Earnshaw & Co.) clerk, Manila Fell, J.P., lieutenant, Royal Artillery, Sgapore Felman, Mrs. E., proprietrix, Eurek Hotel, Nagasaki Felman, B., proprietor Germania Bowling Saloon, Nagasaki Felton, E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Fencbam, H. G. deputy assistant commissary general of ordnance.

Fenuer, C. E., (Mourilvan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Fenning, W., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, Amoy

Fenollosa, E. F., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Fenton, F. B., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, and secretary Chamber of Commerce, Amoy

Fentum, G. B., professor of music, Shanghai

Fenwick, Geo., (Fenwick and Morrison) engineer, Wanchai

Feraud, clerk, dire tion of the interior, Saigon

Feraud, harness maker. Saigon

Ferguson, C. J., cle k, H.B.M S. Victor Emanuel

Ferguson, J. H., Netherlands minister, Peking

Ferguson, A., proprietor, "The Farm," Maloo, Shanghai

Ferguson, G., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

Fergusson, R., (Morriss & Fergusson) bill and bullion broker, Shanghai

Fergusson, T. T., (Fergusson & Co.) merchant, & Belgian consul, Chefoo

Fernandes, B. de S., merchant, and consul for Siam, Macao

Fernandes, F., (Typographia Mercantil) compositor, Macao

Fernandes, J., (Typographia Mercantil) compositor, Macao

   Fernandes, A. M., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bauk) clerk, Singapore Feruandes, N. T., proprietor, Boletim de Macao e Timor, Macao

Fernandes, Rev. F. A., deacon, ecclesiastical department, Macao Fernandez, V., (Typographia Mercantil) compositor, Macao Fernandez, G., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

   Fernandez, C., apprentice, surveyor general's office, Singapore Fernandez, J., clerk, commissariat, Singapore

Fernandez, H., ministro, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

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Fernandez, E. F., medical practitioner, Manila

Fernandez, K. C., overseer, survey department, Malacca Fernandez, S., professor, San Juan de Letram College, Manila Fernandez, V. A., (J. D. Vaughan) clerk, Singapore

Fernandez, H., medical practitioner, Manila

Fernandez, D., lightkeeper, Lamocks lighthouse, Amoy Fernandez, V., (J. B. Rozas) clerk, Manila

Fernandez, L. P., storekeeper, Kobe Iron Works, Hiogo Fernandez, M., restaurant keeper, Manila

Fernandez, J. V., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Fernandez, R., chemist, Manile

Fernier, clerk, Colónial Treasury, Saigon

Ferral, F., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk,

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Ferral y Mateo, F., medical practitioner, Cebu

Ferrand, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Ferrando, drill instructor, Bangkok

Ferreira, J. A., captain, Police, Macao

Ferreira, L., lawyer, Macao

Ferrer, B., government interpreter, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Ferrer, captain, civil horse guards, Manila

Ferrie, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Ferris, C., foreman mechanic, Government railway service, Yokohama Ferris, F. F., (N. C. Herald Office) clerk, Shanghai

Festa, Chevalier C. S., Italian consul, Singapore (absent) Festa, E., (Borneo Co) clerk, Singapore

Feyerabend, E. R., (H. C. Morf & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Fiaschi, lieutenant, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong Field, W. L., flag lieutenant, U.S. Squadron

Field, A. W., Maritime Customs tide surveyor, Takao Fielde, Miss A. M., missionary, Swalow

Figueira, C. C. S. M., ensigna second battalion, Macao Figuereido, M. de, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Figueiredo, F, de, carcereiro, Cadeia Publica, Macao

Figuereido, A. de, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Figueroido, A. do, enfermeiro, military hospital, Macao

Figuereido, J., (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Queen's road

Figuereido, J. A. de, Tokio

Filatriau, clerk, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Finck, R., (Bangkok Saw Mill) clerk, Bangkok

Findlay, J., (Blain & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Finlayson, J., (Boustead & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent)

Fioritti, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Fischer, S., (G. R. Lammert) assistant, Peddar's Wharf

Fischer, Ed., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) merch., & acting con. gen. for Hawaii, Y'hama

Fis her, J. P., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Fischer, F. von, (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Fischer, O., (Baer Senior & Co) clerk, Isabela, Philippines

Fischer, G., (E. Meyer & Co.) merchant, Tientsin

Fischer, pilot, Saigon

Fischer, E., (J. Zobel) chemist, Capiz, Philippines

Fischer, lieutenant, H. I. German M. S. Elisabeth

Fish, T., cable jointer, E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s steamer Agnes, Singapore

Fishburne, R. B., M.D., missionary, Hangchow

Fisher, Wm., acting sergeant of police

Fisher, T. R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Fisher, Dr. J. Charles, medical practitioner, Arbuthnot road

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Fisher, J., rice merchant, Singapore

Fisher, H. K. C., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Saigon Fisher, E., bill and bullion broker, Hankow

Fisher, H. J., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Keelung

Fitch, Rev. Geo. F., missionary, Shanghai

Fittock, C., (J. Baxter) marine surveyor, Singapore

Fittock, G. V., student, British Legation, Pek.ng

Fitzgerald, Geo., chief engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Flacks, F. F., chief officer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Flagg, A. E., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Flanagan, J., clerk, commissariat and transport department

Flathow, C., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Flavian, Archimandrate, Russian Greek Orthodox mission, Peking

Fleischer, H. M., merchant, agent Messageries Maritimes, and Danish consul, Nagasaki

Fleith, B., broker and auctioneer, Saigon

Fleming, J. M., surveyor, Royal Engineers

Flemming, L., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Fletcher, J., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) wharfinger, Singapore

Flet her, F. H., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) fitter, Singapore Fletcher, Miss N., missionary, Yokohama

Fletcher, A., clerk, marine department, Penang Fletcher, C. A., Inland Sea pilot, Nagasaki

Fletcher, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Fletcher, J., (McAlister & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Fleuriot de Langle, A., chancelier, French Consulate, Haiphong Fleury de Ferry, tide surveyor, French Customs, Haiphong Fleury, J. J. M., chief clerk, Netherlands Consulate, Penang Flores, C., (S. S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Flores, P., (S. S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Flores, B., (Vano & Reyes) storekeeper,_Cebu

Flores, C. H., (J. F. Scheffer) assistant, Pottinger street Flores, S. S., silk weaver, Manila

Flores, V., silk weaver, Manila

Flores, D., (S S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Flores, V. L., (S. S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Flores, S., (S. S. Flores) assistant, Manila

Floresco, F., master of school, San José hospital, Manila

Flynn, Jos., sergeant of police

Fobes, A. S., (C. & J. Trading Co.) agent, Yokohama (absent)

Fock, Ed., (Wieler & Co.) clerk, Praya

Fock, O., (B. Telge) clerk, Shanghai

Focke, Dr. J. H, German consul, Shanghai (absent)

Focken, E. W., pilot, Swatow

Focks, commission agent, Manila

Folger, W. M., lieutenant commander, U.S. sloop Swatara

Follett, S. G., engineer, H.B. M. gunvessel Lily

Folliot, teacher, boys' public school, Saigon

Folque, C. A. F., aide-de-camp to Governor of Macao

Fold, F., warder, gaol, Singapore

Fonsales, A. (Denis Frères) clerk, Saigon

Fonseca, J. C., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang

Fonseca, J. A, da, (Strachan & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Fonseca, A. J. da, commission agent, Масао

Fonseca, J. B.,. (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Fonseca, A., Junr., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Fonseca, F. V da, (Evans, Pugh & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

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Fonseca, F. V., purser, receiving ship Wellington, Shanghai Foutaine, A. M. de, inspector of police, Singapore

Forbes, W. H., (W. Forbes) clerk, Tientsin

Forbes, C., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Saigon Forbes, D. M., (Forbes, Munn & Co.) merchant, Manila

Forbes, Wm., merchant and Belgian consul, Tientsin Forbes, W. H., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Prava (absent) Forbes, H. de C., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Ford, W. G., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond Ford, R. A., stevedore, Nagasaki

Ford, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Ford, Theodore T., puisne judge, Singapore (absent)

Ford, Chas., superintendent, botanical and afforestation dept. Ford, C. M., acting consul, British Consulate, Pakhoi

Ford, T., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Fordham, Rev. J. S., missionary, Wusuel, Hankow Forestier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Forrest, R. I., H.B.M. consul, Amoy

Forrest, W., manager, Chartered Bank of India, Queen's road

Forrester, W., (Forrester, Lavers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Forrontegui, M., ayudante, Naval forces, Manila

Fors, A., contador, tribunal de cuentas. Manila

Forsaith, G. A., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Forster, John, (J. Forster & Co.) merchant, Foochow (absent)

Forsyth, J. R., apothecary, Govt. Medical department, Province Wellesley Foss, Rev. H. J., missionary, Hiogo

Foss, H., (Borneo Co.) manager, Queen's road

Foster, Jos., paymaster, U.S.S. Monocacy

Foster, Miss, missionary, Foochow

Foster, Rev. A., minister, St. John's English Church, Hankow

Foster, Jas., (Mackenzie & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Foster, H., railway engine driver, Yokohama

Foster, F. E., (P.M.S.S. Co.) general agent for China and Japan, Queen's road

Foster, F. T. P., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Fougera, J. H., Maritime Customs assistant, Chinkiang

Foulhoux, architect in chief of public buildings, Saigon

Foulk, G. C., aid ensign, U.S. Squadron in China and Japan

Fouque, C. A., proprietor, French Bakery, Shanghai

Fouque, P., teacher, foreign language School, Tokio

Foures, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Fourès, acting representative of French protectorate, Pnompenh, Cambodia

Fournel, J., (Schonhard & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Fournell, C., comandante, Presidio, Manila

Fournier, Le, ensign, French gunboat Lutin Fournier, H., storekeeper, D'Aguilar street

Fouse, Geo., carpenter, U.S.S. Richmond

Fowler, W., inspector of municipal police, Central station, Shanghai

Fox, Alex., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Fox, T. A., harbour master, Penang

For, W. R., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Fox, W., assistant superintendent, Botanical Gardens, Singapore

Fox, J. H., midshipman, H.M. corvette Curacoa

Fragas, Major, commanding second battalion, Macao Frahm, I., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Akitsushima-maru Frahm, P., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Shuninoye-maru

Fraineau, Rev. T. P., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

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Framjee, C., (N. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Francis, J. J., barrister-at-law, Bank Buildings, and commandant H.K. Volunteers Francis, J., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Francis, R., (R. Francis & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Francisco, I.,' (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Francisco, R., manager, Mercantile Press office, Singapore

Francisco, Thos., ("Hotel de la Paix ") assistant, Singapore

Francisco, Pedro, (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Franck, P. J. C., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Taiyu-maru

Francke, O., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

   Francke, H., (Schinne & Francke) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Franco, J. M., Jr., reporter, Hongkong Telegraph, Wellington street Franco, surgeon major, Army Medical department, Manila

Franco, J., treasurer, Ayuntamiento, Manila

Franco, O., compositor, Daily Press office, Wyndham street Franco, J. F., member of Municipal Council, Macao

Franco, M., suplente, Sociedad Seguros Maritimos, Manila

Franco, Dr. L. L., medical practitioner, Macao

Franco, J., professor of Medicine, University, Manila Franco, L. A., substitute judge, Justice of Peace, Macao

Franco, F. M., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street Franco, R., restaurant keeper, Manila

Francois, Rev. Jean, missionary, Patrew, Siam

Frandon, E., pre mier commis., French consulate, Yokohama

Francois, restaurateur, Hanoi

Frandin, J. Hte., chancelier-interprète, French Consulate, Tientsin

Frank, H., (G. Hieber & Co.) commission agent, Singapore

Frankfort, J., tide waiter, Bangkok

Franklin, J. S., sailmaker, U.S.S. Richmond

Franqueza, A. Diaz, comandante, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Frapaga, J., Hotel de Madrid, Manila

Fraser, R. G., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Fraser, E. D. Home, student, British Legation, Peking

Fraser, D., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Hiogo

Fraser, L. J., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Fraser, J., proprietor, Singapore and Straits Printing office, Singapore

Fraser, E. J., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) merchaut, Yokohama (absent)

Fraser, J. A., (Fraser, Farley & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Frater, A., British consul, Kiungchow (absent ̧

Frazer, John, ill broker, Singapore

Frazer, A., inspector of police, Malacca

Frazer, A., (Kobe Iron Works) assistant, Hiogo

Frazer, John, medical practitioner, Tientsin

Frazier, S. R., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio

Freart, L., assistant, public works department, Manila

Frederick, G. C., lieutenant, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie

Fredricksen, A. F., pilot, Newchwang

Freeth, G. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Freitas, T. J. de, (Macao Dispensary) assistant, Macao

French, W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Taku

Frenci, Rev. W., chaplain, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

French, E. H., assistaut, British consulate, Bangkok Fressel, Carl, (Fressel & Co.) merchant, Manila

Frewin, Henry, pilot, Swatow

Fricart, chief engineer to King of Cambodia, Pnompenh

Fricker, H. W. assistant, Patrew Steam Rice Mill, Bangkok

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Friedrich, R., (Botica de la Escolta) druggist, Manila

Friedrich, G., (Brinkmann & Co) clerk, Singapore

Friedrichsen, Chr., (Puttiarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Friederichs, A., (Frederichs & Co.) clerk, Penang Friend, L. B., lieutenant, Royal Engineers

Friere, F., clerk, auditor general's office

Fries, L. von, Maritime Customs assistant, Kiukiang Fries, S. von, Maritime Customs assistant, Canton Fright, F., clerk of works, Survey department, Penang Frischling, F., (Whitfield & Dowson) assistant, Yokohama Frischling, C. J., (Stewart & Osborne) assistant, Shanghai Fritsche, Dr. H., director, Russian Observatory, Peking Fitz, J., (Mustard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Frois, B. S., (Edwin Koek) clerk, Singapore Frois, A., foreman, Straits Times office, Singapore Frois, B., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Frois, F. R., clerk, audit office, Singapore

Frois, F. R. R., (P. J. Joaquim) clerk, Singapore Frost, J. J., engineer, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus Frotier, treasurer, Saigon

Fry, F. W., (Weeks & Fry) broker, Foochow

Fryer, H., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) gunner, Pootung, Shanghai

Fryer, John, scientific translation department, Kiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai

Fuentas, J., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Fuente, M. de la, (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Fuentes, J. M. de, assistant, public works department, Manila

Fulford, H. E., student, British Legation, Peking

Fullam, W. F., ensign, U.S. sloop Swatara

Fuller, W. R., architect and builder, and storekeeper, Chefoo

Fulton, Rev. A. A., missionary, Canton

Fulton, P. A., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) engineer, Singapore

Fünfgeld, E. (Hubert & Fünfgel1) merchant, Saigon

Furber, E. G., master mariner, Nagasaki

Furber, W. G., master mariner and United States Vice-consul, Naga-aki

Fusco, M., bandmaster, Bangkok

Fyfe, J. B., chief engineer, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong& Marila

Fyle, J. A., engineer, (Fenwick, Morrison & Co) Wanchai

Fyfe, W. S., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Fyson, Rev. P. K., missionary, Niigata

Gabaretta, R., "The Relief Fire Brigade," Yokohama

Gabriel, J., teacher, Government school, Singapore

Gabriel, P., teacher, Gov rnment school, Singapore

Gabriel, Rev., Russian missionary, Tokio

Gabriel, J., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland stret

Gaedertz, P. M., (Baer & Suhm) clerk, Manila

Gaedertz, J. H., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Gage, H., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Alert

Gaggino, G., (Drummond, Gaggino & Co.) shipchandler, Singapore

Gahagau, A. Y., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

Gaigneron de Marolles, second deputy, administration of justice, Saigon

Gaillande, de, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Gaillande, de, chief commissioner, marine revues, Saigon

Gaillard, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Gaillard, L. hair dresser, Saigon

Galcerran, J., official, administracion de estancadas, Manila

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Gale, W. H. C., engineer, H.B.M S. Iron Duke

Gale, S. R., librarian, Shanghai Library, Shanghai

Galembert, M. P. G. de, Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Galetzki, proprietor Hotel Gal tzki, Wladiwostock

Galian, M. G., pawnbroker, Manila

Galiano, A., (Ramirez & Giraudier) assistant, Manila Gall, J., marshal, U.S. consulate, Tientsin

   Gallagher, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bisbi steamer Takasago-muru Gallagher, F., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, Shanghai

   Gallardo, J., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Calapan, Philippines Galles, G., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Galles, F. W., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai Gallo, G., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street

Galmel, Rev. L. J., French Catholic Mission, Balek Pulao, Penang Galpiu, Rev. F., missionary, Ningpo

Galton, W. P., ( Galton & Co.) public tea inspector, Foochow Gamas, Octave, sub-inspector police, Singapore Gamewell, Rev. F. D., missionary, Peking

Gamir, S., chief of Estado Mayor, Manila

Ganao, J. W., (P. J. Joaquim) clerk, Singapore

Gande, J. W., (Geo. Smith & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Gangjee, M., (Ebrahimbhoy Pubaney) manager, Wellington street Gantes, de, ensign, French gunboat Surprise, Haiphong Garcerie, A., timber merchant, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Garchitorena, J. C., (Garchitorena & Co.) carriage builder, Manila

Garchitorena, A. M., (Garchitorena & Co.) carriage builder, Manila Garcia, R., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Manila Garcia, G., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Manila

Garcia, M., abagado fiscal, real audiencia, Manila

Garcia, F., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Calumpit, Luzon

Garcia, M., inspeccion de montes, Iloilo

Garcia, E., dibujante, botanical department, Manila Garcia, M., captain of civil guards, Iloilo

Garcia, lieutenant of troops, Quinbon

Garcia, V., acting penitenciario, ecclesiastical department, Manila

Garcia, J. M., professor of theology, University, Man.la

Garcia, E., interpreter, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila

Garcia y Basa, R., ayudante, botanical department, Manila

Garcia, A., assistant, Mint, Manila

Garcia, F., assistant, public works department, Manila

Garcia, A. J., colonel, commanding Moute fort, Macao

Garcia, V., (E. M. Barretto & Co.) engineer and machinist, Manila

Gardes, (H. Pere) assistant, Saigon

Gardès, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Gardiner, W. A., (J. Peña & Co.) clerk, Manila

Gardiner, Rev., J. McD., missionary, Tokio

Gardner, Miss F. H., missionary, Osaka

Gardner, G., cable foreman, E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s storeship, Singapore

Gardner, T. S., captain, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Gardner, Mrs. F. E., baker and hotel keeper, Chefoo

Gardner, H. A., constable, British consulate, Bangkok

Gardthansen, H., (W. Danby) assistant, Queen's read

Garfit, A. S., (China Traders' Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Gargan, J., Yokohama

Garin, Sor M., San José hospital, Manila

Garnier, B., consul-general for France, Shanghai

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  Garnier, Mgr. V., Roman Catholic bishop, Shanghai Garrat, Rev. W. E. H., missionary, Tokio

Garrels, H., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Garrido, M., official, administraion de estancades, Manila

  Garrien, secretary to French protectorate, Pnompenh, Cambodia Garrigues, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking Gascoigne, T., armourer sergeant, Ordnance Store department Gaskell, W. H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Gaskell, J. M., (Forbes, Munn & Co.) clerk, Manila

Gasnier, Rt. Rev. Dr. E., French Catholic bishop, Singapore

Gaspar, Enrique, consul for Spain, Macao

Gasper, W. C., (P. Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Gaspar, J., (J. M. Cazalas & Son) turner, Singapore

Gassier, tavern keeper, Saigon

Gasteloy, B., chief clerk, Land office, Malacca

Gate, Miss, (Mis. Rose) milliner, Queen's road

Gatinot, E., (V. Roque) assistant, Saigon

Gauld, W., M.A., M.D., missionary, Swatow (absent)

Gauld, Wm., sergeant of police

Gauthier, C., (Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris) acting agent, Praya

Gavieres, F. G., acting magistrate, Manila

Gavieres, A. G.. clerk, supreme court, Manila

Gavierez, A. G., clerk, juzgado de guerra, Manila

Gavine, pilot, Sais ou

Gavinni, tidesurveyor, customs, Haiphong

Gawthorne, J., chief clerk, court of requests, Penang

Gay, V., assistant, Governor's office, Iloilo

Gay, A. O., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Geandey, distributor, Post office, Saigon (absent)

Gearing, J. G. W., (Gearing & Co.) merchant, vice-consul for Netherlands, Chinkiang Gebauer, R., interpreter, German consulate, Yokohama

Gebhardt, F., (J. W. Müller & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Geddes, A. D., lieut.-colonel, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers Gedge, H. J., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus Gee, Chas., clerk, Victoria Gaol

Geehlsen, H., proprietor, Union Hotel, Bangkok Geerts, Dr. A. J. C., board of health, Yokohama Geffeney, C. H., hair-dresser, Yokohama

Geffroy, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Geiger, H. W., agent P. & O. S. N. Co., Singapore

Geiringer, G., (J. Grassi & Bro.) assistant, Bangkok

Gelston, Captain A. W. H., paymast r, East Kent Regiment, Singapore

Genato, M., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer, and commission agent, Manila

Genato, Vte. A., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer and commission agent, Manila Gendre, Em., contractor, Saigon

Genevoix, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Genouilhac, assistant treasurer and chief accountant, Colonial Treasury, Saigon Genouxprachée, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Gentili, Rt. Rev. Dr. Thos., Roman Catholic missionary, Foochow

Gentle, Alex. U.S. vice-consul, and secretary Singapore Exchange, Singapore Génu, L., (Guichard et Fils) merchant, Manila

Geoghegan, E. J., (Butterfield & Swire) tea inspector, Yokohama

Georg, E., (Cohen & Georg) broker, Queen's road

George, C. P., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

George, G., (Tanjong Pagar Dock) shipwright, Singapore

George, H., superintendent, Municipal Council, Hiogo

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George, J. C. F., (Oriental Bank) acting manager, Singapore

George, E., secretary Chamber of Commerce, and agent Reuter's Telegram Co.

Georges, pilot, Haiphong

Gerard, Rev. J. J., teacher, college of Pulo Penang

Gerdes, W., (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Gerini, drill instructor, Bangkok

Gerlach, C., M.D., medical practitioner, Alexandra Terrace

Germain, J., inspector of nuisances

Germann, A., (Sulzer & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent)

Germinet, lieutenant, French frigate Thémis

Gernot, Č. J., provicar general, Saigon

Gerona, B., trader, Iloilo

Geronimo, G., (Genato & Co.) assistant, Manila

Gerrard, John, acting Registrar-general, and registrar of marriages, &c.

Gers des Rivière, receiver, registry of lands, Saigon

Gervais, lighthouse-keeper, Haiphong

Gervaise, lieutenant, French cruiser Kersaint

Geslien, H., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Gesseit, A., broker, Shanghai

Gesseit, F. A., (A. Gesseit) assistant, Shanghai Getley, A., captain, Kiutoan lightship, Shanghai Geyer, E., (Behre & Co.) clerk, Cholen, Saigon Gheer, Miss J. M., missionary, Nagasaki

Ghika, N. D., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Amoy

Giafferi, de, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Gibarta, Rev. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Bangkok

Gibb, H. B., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Pottinger street (absent)

Gibbons, F. K. C., midshpiman, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Gibbons, L., (Linstead & Davis) clerk, Queen's road

Gibbs, J. R., boatswain, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant Gibbs, J. B., proprietor, "Snug Saloon," Yokohama Gibson, Jas., (Sandilands, Buttery & Co.) clerk, Penang Gibson, R., overman, Keelung Colliery, Keelung

Gibson, Rev. J. C., M.A., missionary, Swatow (absent)

Gigo, J. G. y, farmaceutico-mayor, army medical department, Manila

Gil, A. M., ensign, second battalion, Macao

Gil, F., member of administrative council, Manila

Gil de Uribani, R., first secretary, Spanish Legation, Peking

Gilbert, Rev. W. R., chaplain, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Gilbert, J., (Hecht, Lilientha¡ & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Gilby, H. H., (Eastern Extension, A. and C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang Gildemeister, B., (Brinkmann & Co.) clerk, Singapore Gilchrist, Miss Ella, M. D., missionary, Kiukiang

Giles, H., (Kelly and Walsh) assistant, Queen's road

Giles, J., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Gilfillan, S., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent)

Gill, E. H., (Browne & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Gillbee, W., chief storeman, H.M. Naval Yard

Gillett, B., merchant, Yokohama

Gillies, D., secretary, Hongkong &Whampoa Dock Co., Praya (absent)

Gillingham, J., commission agent, Hiogo

Gillingham, H., (J. Gillingham & Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Gilingham, A. W., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Gilmore, Lieut. F. P., navigator, U.S.S. Monocacy

Gilmour, D., public silk inspector, Shanghai

Gilmour, Rev. J., M.A., missionary, Peking

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Ginard, R., civil doctor, and professor, University, Manila Giner, J. F., judge, Binondo district, Manila

Ginsburg, M., merchant, Nagasaki

Gipperich, G., (Crasemann & Hagen) clerk, Chefoo

Gipperich, E., merchant, Shanghai

Giquel, P., director, Imperial Arsenal, Foochow (absent) Girard, chief inspector of police force, Saigon

  Girard, U., (Cozens & Girand) clerk, Shanghai Giraud, garde-meuble, French Consulate, Haiphong Giraudier, L., (Ramirez and Giraudier) assistant, Manila Giraudier, B., (Ramirez & Giraudier) printer, Manila

Gironte, F., assistant, custom bouse, Manila

Gittins, Thos., Jr., (John Gittins & Co,) tea inspector, Foochow

Gittins, J., (John Gittins & Co.) merchant, Foochow (absent)

Giudicelli, T., comptable, French Municipal Council, Shanghai (absent)

Glass, Thos., engineer, Hongkong Fire Insurance Co.'s Engine, Praya Central Glass, G., (Shanghai Medical Hall) assistant, Shangbai

  Glass, C. C. N., (McAlister & Co.) ship broker, Singapore Glass, D., acting manager, Associated wharves, Shanghai Glass, L. R., (Guthrie & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent) Glennie, A. W., merchant, & public tea inspector, Yokohama Glidden, G. D. B., lent,-commander, U.S.S. Richmond Gloria, V., (Inchausti & Co.) clerk, Manila

Glotz, S., (F. Ullmann) assistant, Manila

Glover, Alex., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Glover, T. B., manager, Takasima Colliery and consul for Portugal, Nagasaki

Glover, Geo. B., commissioner of Customs, Kiukiang

Glover, T. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Glover, A. B., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

Goble, Rev. J., missionary, Yokohama

Godaert, R., assistant, "Hotel des Colonies," Shanghai

Godbold, G. A. B., captain, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Goddard, Rev. J. R., missionary, Ningpo

Godinez, F., abogado, hospital de Sn. Juan de Dios, Manila

Godment, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Godwin, A. A., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai

Goette, R, Bangkok

Goetz, A., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Praya

Goicoechea y Echavarria, F., secretary to the Governor-General, Manila

Gois, H. E., principal clerk, commissariat, Singapore

Goldenbaum, J., ('Theo. Körnor) assistant, Wladiwostock

Goldenberg, H., proprietor, City of Hamburg Tavern, Nagasaki

Goldenstädt, C., agriculturist and navy contractor, Wladiwostock

Goldman, M., proprietor, British Crown Tavern, Nagasaki

Goldman, S., storekeeper, Nagasaki

Goldsborough, W. E., United States consul, Amoy

Goldsmith, B., (China Traders' Insurance Co.) acting agent, Shanghai

Gomard, master mariner, Bangkok

Gomboyeff, N., postmaster, Russian Legation, Peking

Gomes, J. E., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Gomes, Rev. W. H., missionary, Singapore

Gomes, A. J. A., lieutenant, Portuguese gunboat Tamega

Gomes, A. J., (H. A. Baumgarten) clerk, Malacca

Gomes, J. da S., third engineer, Portuguese gunboat Tamega

Gomes, M. A., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Kowloon Gomes, A., (A. A. de Mello & Co.) clerk, Macao

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Gomes, A. S., M.D., medical practitioner, Wyndham street Gomes, N. J., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace Gomes, F. A., (Brandão & Co.) merchant, Wellington street Gomes, J. B., merchant, Macao

Gomes, J. B., Jr., (Brandão & Co.) merchant, Wellington street Gomes, A. J., (Brandão & Co.) merchant, Wellington street Gomez, J. B., restaurant keeper, Manila

Gomez, G. U., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) turner, Singapore Gomez, F., assistant, Government Office, Iloilo

Gomez, M., surgeon major, army medical department, Manila Gomez, J. A., professor de derecho civil, university, Manila Gomez, J., colonial physician, Iloilo

Gomez, P., (Kobe Iron Works) rigger, Hiogo

Gomez, M., professor of philosophy, University, Manila

Gomez, J., proprietor, "Welcome Tavern," Queen's road central

Gonsalves, J. M. R., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road

Gonsalves, F., (Mercantile Printing Office) compositor, Shanghai Gonsalves, J. S., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Gonsalves, J., surgeon military hospital, Macao

Gonsalves, D. M., (Ulysse Pile & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Gonsalves, J. B. adjutant ensign, Police, Macao

Gonsalves, N. P., clerk, tax office, Macao

Gonsalves, F. M., (Rozario & Co.) clerk, Stanley street

Gonsalves, C J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Gonsalves, B. F., (Deacon & Co.) clerk, Canton

Gonzalez, C., medical practitioner, Manila

Gonzalez, A., captain of cavalry, Iloilo

Gonzalez, Sor V., San José hospital, Manila

Gouzalez, Sor I., San José hospital, Mauila

Gonzalez, F., clerk, administracion de Estancadas, Manila

Gonzalez, M., assistant treasurer, ayuntamiento, Manila

Gonzalez, R., (M. G. Galian) assistant, Manila

Gonzalez, J., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Gonsalez, A., trader, Iloilo

Gonsalez, L., photographer, Iloilo

Gonzalez, F., (Aldecoa & Co.) clerk, Manila

Gonzalez, Victor, druggist &c., Cebu

Goodall, Miss E., missionary, Nagasaki

Goodfellow, W., (Gas Co.) foreman fitter, Shanghai

Goodison, F. S., (Cornes & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Goodrich, Rev. C., missionary, T'ung-chau

Goodrich, A. M., lieutenant, R. Inuiskilling Fusiliers

Goodridge, R., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow

Goodwin, Staff Sergt. J., clerk, Brigade office

Goodwyn, C. S., Jr., (Gibb), Livingston & Co.) clerk, Pottinger street

Goolamally Mahomedazum, Mahomedan priest, Shanghai

Goolan Hoosein John Mahomed, merchant, Gage street Goosmann, J., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Gordes, photographer, Nagasaki

Gordo, A. F., (Hongkong & Shangl:ai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Gordo, G. F., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Gordoff, J., (Kunst & Albers) clerk, Wladiwostock

Gordon, A., superintendent Am. Presb. Mission Press, Shanghai Gordon, W. L., deputy inspector general, Royal Naval Hospital Gordon, A. G., (H. & W. Dock Co.) foreman moulder, Kowloon Gordon, Rev. M. L., M.D., missionary, Kioto, Japan

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Gordon, H. L., (China & Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Shanghai Gordon, Rev. R., M.A., missionary, Amoy

Gordon, W. G., (Gordon Bros.) commission agent, Hankow Gordon, C. W., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow Gore-Booth, R. H., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila Gore-Booth, E. H., broker, Shanghai

Gorgas, M. C., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond Gorham, C. L., (P. M. S. S. Co.) chief clerk, Praya Gorham, J. F.. manager, Hiogo Hotel, Hiogo Gorman, H. J., furniture dealer, Yokohama Gorostiza, A. de, contador, ayuntamiento, Manila Gorostiza, A. de, apoderado, hospicio de San José, Manila

Gort y Gigo, J., professor de farmacia, university, Manila

Gortzh, Nilson, secretary to governor Fildhausen, Wladiwostock

Gosch, H. L. E., (Schluter and Strandt) storekeeper, Hakodate

Gott, J. A., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co) agent, Shanghai Gottlieb, F. H., senior magistrate, Penang

Gottlinger, L., Variety Store, Hiogo

Götz, W., (Moalle & Co.) assistant, Amoy Goudareau, G., wine merchant, Yokohama

Gough, Rev. F. F., M.A., missionary, Ningpo

Gouilloud, L., (Russell & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai

Goularte, J. B., clerk, Procurador's department, Macao

Goulbourn, W., clerk, Surveyor General's office

Gould, E. B., assistant, British consulate, Bangkok

Gould, J., overseer of Hongkew roads, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Gourdin, A. O'D., (Chinese Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Gourg, L., (V. Roque) clerk, Saigon

Gourley, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

Gournailla, surveyor of telegraphs, Pnom-penh, Cambodia Goussery, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Chinkiang

Gouts, sub-lieutenant, Le Drac, Saigon

Gouvea, Rev. M. L. de, dean of the Cathedral, Macao

Govantes, F., member of administrative Council, Manila (absent)

Gove, F., (Wheelock & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Gowan, P., M.D., physician to H.M. the King, Bangkok

Gower, E. H. M., civil engineer, Nagasaki

Gowland, T. G., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Gowland, W., FC.S., chemist and assayer, Mint, Kawasaki, Japan

Goyenechea, A., Vanila

Graça, J. J. da, Portuguese minister to China and Japan, and Governor, Macao

Graça, F. M. de, vice president of Municipal Chamber, Praia Grande, Macao Graça, A. M. de, Macao

Gracias, C. J., member of Municipal Chamber, Mac:0

Gracias, C., clerk, water police station, Macao

Gracias, V. J., Macao

Graham, Wm., (W. L. Hunter) tea inspector, Foochow

Graham, J. W., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Taiwanfoo

Graham, J., watchmaker, jeweller, &c, Singapore

Graham, M., chief engineer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutt

Graham, Jas., M. L. C., (Syme & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Graham, W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Tamuura-maru, Japan

Graham, G. G., schoolmaster, Bangkok

Gram, C. C., Maritime Customs godown keeper, Pootung, Shing hà Gramberg, (Manacoff) assistaut, Wladiwestoek

Granado, J., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

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Granados, G., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Grand, Rev. J. P., French missionary, Kauburi, Siam Grandguillaume, Á. (L. Vrard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Grandpierre, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Canton Granger, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Granier, lieutenant, French frigate Thémis

Granier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Grant, D. B., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) assist, accountant, Singapore Grant, D., chief engineer, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Giant, D., medical missionary, Amoy

Grant, W., pilot, Taku

Grant, Cardross, (Hudson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Grant, J. C., sergeant of police

Grant, Alex,, missionary, Singapore

Grant, W., (New Harbour Dock Co.) blacksmith, Singapore

Grant, J., (McAlister & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Grant, P. McGregor, (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Grant, Chas., (Kelly & Walsh) manager, Queen's road

Grant, W., superintendent shipwright, Navai yard, Taku

Grant, J., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Grant, C. Lyall, (Adamson, Bell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Grant, P. V., (Boyd & Co.) engineer, Shanghai

Grasset, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Grassi, G., (J. Grassi & Brother) assistant, Bangkok

Grassi, A., (J. Grassi and brother) builder, contractor, &c., Bangkok

Grassi, J., (J. Grassi and brother) builder, contractor, &c., Bangkok Grassin, assist. commissiouer of subsistances, Saigo

Gratias, telegraphist, Bentré, Cochin China

Graú, J., surgeon, civil governor's department, Ma: la

Grau, V., melico del puerto, Manila

Grauert, H., merchant, Yokohama

Gravenhorst, W., (B-bre & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Graves, A. A., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Graves, Rev. R. H., missionary, Canton

Gray, J. W., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Gray, A. T., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Gray, J., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Gray, B. C. T., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai

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Gray, H. P., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, and vice-consul for Gt. Britain and Italy, Iloilo Gray, R. M., (Reiss & Co.) silk inspector, Praya

Grayston, B. R., (Hall & Holz) assistant, Shanghai

Grbsich, M., constable, French Consulate, Bangkok Great head, A., (V. C. Herald) manager, Shanghai

Greaves, A. R., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Hankow Green, F., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's Road Green, J., sergeant of police, Hiogo

Green, Geo., Hiogo

Green, J. H. third officer, steamer Kwangtung, Hongkong and Foochow

Green, J. L., assistant master, High School, Malacca

Green, E. H., P. A. surgeon, U.S.S. Swatara

Green, S. A. H., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) accountant, Shanghai

Green, L. M., chief engineer, H.M.S. Wivern

Green, J. T., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Green, F. J., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Green, F. M. Heut.-commander, U.S.S. Palos

Green, C. J., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) storekeeper, Singapore

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Green, Mrs., milliner, Shanghai

Green, Rev. O. M., missionary, Tok:o

Greenberg, proprietor, Orienta. Tavern, Nagasaki

Greenfield, W., second officer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Greenwood, Rev. M., missionary, Chefoo

Gregoire, pilot, Saigon

Greg, rk, Governor's office, Saigon

Gregoric A., telegraph operator, Manila

Gregory, E. J., clerk, Registration dept., Penang

Gregory, M., publisher, Penang Gazette, Penang

Gregory, P. A., clerk, court of requests, Penang

Gregory, Wm., British consul, Swatow

Gregory, J. M. tourth engineer, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Gregory, J., purser, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Gregory, G. E., English and French teacher, Gov. telegraph school, Tokio

Greig, (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore

Greig, Sergeant G., military foreman of vorks, Royal Engineer department Greig, W. G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) agent, Hankow (absent) Greig, R., (Deacon & Co.) tea inspector, Canton

Gremouin, secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Saigon Gremouin, clerk, immigration office, Saigon

Grenard, L., (Pharmacie de l'Union) as-istant, Shanghai Grenier, Rev. C. A. C., French Catholic mission, Penang Greppi, A., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Kobe

Greterin, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Grey, Major W. R., inspector of prisons, Singapore

Grey, T., acting chief inspector of police, Central station

Griffin, Geo., head master, Free School, Penang

  Griffin, J. T., (Cornes & Co. silk inspector, Yokohama Griffiths, J. H., carpente, 1 .M.S. Iron Duke

Griffiths, D. K., aerateu wa'r manufactory, Beaconsfield Arcade Griffiths, Rev. G., missionary, Shanghai

Grigg, G. T., acting carpenter, H.B.M. corvette Comus Grigor, J. M., agent, Hongkong & Shanghai Bank, Hiogo Grill, L., purser, steamer Ichang, Hongkong and Cantou Grimani, E. H., Maritime Customs assistant, (absent) Grimble, J. R., Masonic Hall, Zetland street Grimble, H., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

  Grimble, P., chief foreman, Ordnance Store department Grimm, B., (Siam Dispensary) chemist, Bangkok Grimmer, Jas., manager, Temperance Hall, Shanghai Grindrod, J. H., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Grobien, F. A. F., (Just & Grobien) bill broker, Shanghai Grogan, M. E., (Shanghai Mercury) compositor, Shanghai Gröngröft, H., (Schmidt, Kustermann & Co.) clerk, Penang Gronner, A., commission agent, Shanghai

Groom, Á. H., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) merchant, Hiogo Groom, F. A., architect, Shanghai

Groome, R. L., lieutenant, H. M. sloop Albatross

Groote, Ch. de, Belgian Minister Plenipotentiary, Yokohama Grosclaude, E., (E. & U. Grosclaude) watchmaker, Hiogo Grosclaude, U., (E. & U. Grosclaude) watchmaker, Hankow Grose, F., (Hewett & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Grosse, M., clerk, Surveyor General's office, Singapore Grösser, F., (Grosser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Grösser, E., (Grosser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

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Grossmann, G. A., (Grossmann & Co.) merchant, d'Aquilar street (absent) Grossmann, C. F., (Grossmann & Co.) merchant, d'Aguilar street Grosvenor, Hon. T. G., C. B., secretary, British Legation, Peking

Grote, M., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Groth, A., professor, Medical department, University, Tokio

Groube, F. E., lieutenant, H.B. M. sloop Albatross

Grunauer, Louis, (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Swatow

Grunberg, M., (Grunberg Bros.) merchant, Singapore ( sent) Grunberg, F., (Grunberg Bros.) merchant, Singapore

Grundy, Rev. J., missionary, Canton

Grundy, A., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila

Grunwald, F., (H. C. Morf & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Grupe, E., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Grupe, G., (J. Zobel) chemist, Manila

Grupe, H., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

    Guarda, E. de la, sub-director de Hacienda, Manila Gubbay, R. A., (Gubbay Bros.) merchant, Singapore Gubbay, Y. A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Gubbay, R. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Gubbay, M. S., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Gubbins, G. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Flying Fish Gubbins, W. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Gubbins, J. H., acting vice-consul, British consulate, Tokio Guédon, pilot, Saigon

Guedes, F. D., commission agent

Guedes, J. M., Jr., house and land agent, Wellington street Guego, F. X., Bangkok

Guego, Rev. M., French missionary, Bang-pla-soi, Bangkok

Guéguen. paymaster, French cruiser Champlain

Guenin, Rev. J., Romau Catholic missionary, Tokio

Gueri, hotel keeper, Pnompenh, Cambodia

Guenean, F., teacher, College Pulo Penang

Guérin, proprieter "Pharmacie Normale," Saigon

Guerra, J.A., magistrate, Manila (absent)

Guerra, F., shipchandler, Manila

Guerrer, E., member of administrative council, Manil

Guerrero, J. G., merchant, Manila

Guest, J., (Chinese Engineering & Mining Co.) foreman mechanic, Tientsin

Guevara, J., oficial, ayuntamiento, Manila

Guevara, F., (Inchausti & Co.) clerk, Manila

Guevara, A. L. de, surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Gueve, M., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Calbayog. Philippines

Guibara, G. L., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

    Guierry, Mgr. E. F., Roman Catholic vicar apostolic of Chekiang, Ningpo Guieu, L., assistant, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

Guijarro, J. official, adminis. de estancadas, Manila Guijarro, J., pagador, public works department, Manila Guild, T., warder, gaol, Singapore

    Guilland, C., printer, L'Independant de Saigon, Saigon Guillemin, Right Rev. P. F., French missionary, Canton Guillon, J. A., inspector, intendencia de hacienda, Mauila Guilliod, sub-commissioner, Marine Secretariet, Saigon Guillot, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo Guillotan, captain, French troops, Hanoi Guiomar, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon Guirao, R., assistant, public works department, Manila

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Guixa, Rev. N., Roman Catholic missionary, Amoy Gulick, Miss J. E., missionary, Hiogo Gulick, Rev. J. T., missionary, Hiogo

Gulick, Rev. O. H., missionary, Hiogo (absent) Gultzow, A., (H. B. Meyer) clerk, Ningpó

Gültzow, A., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Gunn, A. J., broker and accountant, Singapore

Gunn, H. W., (Boustead & Co.) merchant, Penang

Günther, J. H. C., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor and harbour master, Chinkiang Guppy, T. S., midshipman, H.S.M. corvette Cleopatra

Gusman, S. (Hongkew Hairdressing Saloon) assistant, Shanghai

Gussmann, Rev. G. A., missionary, Basil Mission, Nyenhangli

Gutbrod, H., secretary, German consulate, Hiogo

Guterres, G. J., (F. A. Burchardi) clerk, Shanghai

Guterres, R. A., clerk, United Club, Macao

Guterres, N., (Hellyer & Co.) clerk, Hingo

Guterres, A. P., deputy superintenden', Mercantile Marine office, West point

Guterres, F., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Gutierrez, J. G., clerk, Surveyor General's office

Gutierrez, S. J., (J. J. Francis) clerk, Bank Buildings

Gutierrez, F. M., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Gutierrez, R. F., Jr..(Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Gutierrez, A. A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Gutierrez, V., assistant, audit department, Manila

Gutierrez, P., restaurant keeper, Manila

Gutierrez, M., clerk, Surveyor-general's office

Gution 1. (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Gutier

, printer, Wyndham street

Guti A. O., (China Fire Ins. Co.) assistant, Queen's road Gutierrez, J. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Gutierrez, V., merchant, Wyndham street

Gutierrez, J., escribiente, botanical department, Manila

Gutteridge, A. B., engineer, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Gutterres, L. M., (Mackintosh, Dudgeon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Gutterres, E. B., (Agra Bank), clerk, S....ángbai

Gutterres, D. M., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Guttierrez, A. M., lieutenant, National Battalion, Macao

Guzder, F. D., (Nowrojee & Co.) clerk, Peel street

Guzman, A. de, (Forbes, Munn & Co.) clerk, Manila

Haalcke, W., (H. A. Petersen & Co.) clerk, Amoy

  Haas, J., Austro-Hungarian vice-consul, in charge, and acting Consul for Italy, Shanghai Habana, M., tra·ler, Iloilo

Hadjee, Mahomed, (Hajee Meerza Mohmedally & Co.) Lyndhurst terrace

Hadley, A. J., Maritime Customs clerk of works, Marine department, Amoy

Haenni, C., (Siber & Brennwald) clerk, and chan. of Swiss consulate, Yokohama Haesloop, L., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Haffenden, W. B., (Borneo Co.) assistant wharfinger, Singapore

Haffendon, J., agent Reuter's Telegram Co., Yokohama

Hagart, H. W., (Hagart & Co.) merchant, Hiogo (absent)

Hagedorn, E., (Stachelin & Stallknecht) merchant, Singapore

Hagemann, J., (A. Reensch) manager, Iloilo

Hagemann, M. F., (J. Ph. von Hémert & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Hagemeyer, C. H., merchant, Wladiwostock

Hagen, C., (Crasen a n & Hagen) merchant, & vice-consul for Germany, Chefoo Hagenah, J., butler, German Legation, Tokio

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Hagens, A., (Stachelin & Stahlknecht) clerk, Singapore

Haggitt, J. R., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Shanghai Hague, E. P., (Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hahn, A., piano tuner, Beaconsfield Arcade

Hahner, F., (Noronha & Sons) compositor, Shanghai Hail, Rev. J. B., missionary, Osaka

Hail, Rev. A. D., missionary, Osaka

Hainard, watchmaker, Saigon

Haines, H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton Hains, R. P., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond Hake, Th., (II. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Hakimna, II. R., (N. Mody & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Halahan, Major H. T., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Halder, D., (Sulzer & Co.) clerk, Manila

Halderman, Gen. J. A., U.S. consul-general, Bangkok Hale, A., apprentice, Government dispensary, Singapore Hales, A., lieut.-colonel, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers Hales, G., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Haley, W. J., master mariner, Bangkok

Hall, R. D. W., clerk to puisne judge, Penang Hall, C. B., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore Hall, J. Ward, surgeon dentist, Shanghai

Hall, J., fitter, Railway department, Yokohama Hall, J., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Hall, J. W., accountant and agent of Oriental Telegram Co., Yokohama

Hall, H. E., veterinary surgeon, French concession, Shanghai

Hall, C. P., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Halloran, F. A., nav.-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Halmbuber, Rev. A., missionary, Osaka

Halsey, J. S., Maritime Customs tide surveyor, (absent)

Hambling, H. W., head master, Hongkong public school Hamel, P. S., Netherlands consul general, Bangkok

Hamel, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Hamilton, R, chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Chishima-maru

Hamilton, M., (New Harl our Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore

Hamilton, Major C. J., East Kent Regiment, Penang

Hamilton, R., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) coppersmith, Singapore

Hamlyn, J. G., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Hammaren, J. H., light keeper, lightship, Newchwang

Hammett, H., chief engineer. P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hongkong and Japan

Hammond, H., lightkeeper, Turnabout lighthouse, Amoy

Hammond, W., chief gunner's mate, Naval department, Tokio

Hamon, surgeon, French troops, Hanoi

Hamon, telegraphist, Gocong, Cochin China

Hamond-Graeme, D., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Hampshire, F. K., M.B., colonial surgeon, Penang

Hampton, Miss, missionary, Hakodate

Hams, Miss T. C., (F. C. Brown & Co.) assistant, Amoy

Hams, Mrs., (F. C. Brown & Co.) milliner, Amoy

Hance, T. A. W., Maritime Customs assistant, Hankow

Hance, H. F., British Vice-consul, Whampoa

Hancock, L. G. S., sub-lieutenant, H. B.M. gunboat Foxhound

Hancock, S., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Hancock, S., (E. E., A. & C. Telegraph Co.) engineer, store ship, Singapore

Hancock, W., Maritime Customs assistant, Tamsui

Hancock, A., bill and bullion broker (absent)

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Hancock, S., bill and bullion broker

Handl, H., (B. Telgé) clerk, Shanghai

Handley, third engineer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Handley, E. F., second engineer, steamer Hailoong, Hongkong and Formosa Hanisch, S. J., Maritime Customs clerk, Wênchow

Hanlon, J. M., head master, Victoria Boys' School, Hollywood road

Hannahı, J. B., shipwright, Government Works, Hiogo

Hannen, C., commissioner of Customs, (absent)

  Hannen, Major G. G., commanding Royal Artillery, Singapore (absent) Hannen, N. J., acting chief justice, H.B.M. Supreme Court, Shanghai Hansen, G., (Kunst & Albers) assistant, Wlad:wostock

Hansen, J., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai Hansen, C., matron, lock hospital, Singapore

Hansen, Wm., acting sergeant of police.

Hansen, G., (A. Cordes & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Hansen, T. J. G., manager, "Colonial Press," Singapore

Hansen, Ad., (H. Sietas & Co.) storekeeper, Chefoo

Hansen, A., stevedore, Hiogo

Hansen, H. A., (H. Sietas & Co.) assistant, Chefoo

Hansen, F. J., proprietor, " Commercial Press," Singapore

Hansen, T., master mariner, Bangkok

Hansen, H. A. D., master mariner, Bangkok

Hansom, W., carpenter, H.M.S. Wivern

Happer, Mi-s Mary R., mi-sionary, Canton

Happer, Miss A. C., missionary, Canton

Happer, A. P., acting assist. Chinese secretary, Inspectorate General of Customs, Peking Happer, Rev. A. P., D.D., missionary, Canton

Harcourt, J. d', chief of studies, infantry school, Manila

Harding, J. R., assistant engineer, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Harding, J. W., (Turnbull, Howie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Harding, H., Yokohama aerated water manufactory, Yokohama

Harding, C. G., steward in charge, P. & O. steamer Malacca, Hongkong and Japan

Hardoon, S. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Hardouin, first commis., Freuch consulate, Shanghai

Hare, C., deputy assist. commissary general

Hare, C. W, captain, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Harford, A. E., sub lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Zephyr

Hargreaves, Rev. G., missionary, Canton

Harkness, T. G., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Harling, G., (Ed. Schellbass & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Harling, W. G., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Shanghai

Harlow, L., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tokio-maru, Japan

Ha: ley, J., (More & Simund) assistant, Praya

Harm, H., (Justus Lembke & Co.) clerk, Club Chambers

Harman, Geo., auctioneer and commission agent, Foochow

Harian, A., gunner, U.S.S. Swatara

Harman, C. D., (P M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Harman, G. E. H., P. A. surgeon, U.S. corvette Alert

Hurman, T., warder, gaol, Penung

Harmand, A., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Harold, J., chief engineer, steamer Kiukiang, Canton river Harp, J., lightkeeper, Chapel Island lighthouse, Amoy Harper, A. S., (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Manila Harper, W., pilot, Nagasaki and Kobe

Harrington, D., warder, gaul, Singapore Harris, H. T. B., paymaster, U.S.S. Swatara

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Harris, H. O., chief officer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Harris, M. H. R., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Harris, J., (Kobe Iron works) assistant, Hingo

Harris, T., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) gunner, Shangbai

Harris, Wilmer, r.erchant, Shanghai

Haris, W., shipwright and blacksmith, Swatow

Harris, Rev. M. C., missionary, Tokio

Harrison, Geo., assistant for. man, Ordnance Store, Singapore

Harrison, Major H. D., East Kent Regiment, Singapore

Harrison, T. F., paymaster, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Harrison, Wm., (Tillson, Hemann & Co.) clerk, Manila Harrison, G. L., pilot, Singapore

Harrison, G., (Harrison & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai Harrocks, T. W., Maritime Customs tidewailer, Swatow

Hart, J. W., engineer-in-chief, Water Works Company, Shanghai Hart, Robert, C. B., inspector-general, Maritime Customs, Peking Hart, G. M., assistant, Municipal Council offices, Shanghai Hart, J. H., commissioner of Customs, Shanghai

Hart, Rev. V. C., missionary, Kiukiang

Hartigan, W. McK., medical practitioner, St. John's Place

Harton, C. F., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Harton, W., Jr., (Gilman & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Hartwell, Miss M. E., missionary, Bangkok

Hartwell, Rev. Charles, missionary, Foochow

Hartwig, F. von, shipchandler, Singapore

Hartzler, Rev. J., missionary, Tokio

Harvey, W. A., (Borneo Company) clerk, Singapore

Harwood, F. J., nav.-lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift

Haselwood, A. II. C., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Yokohama

Hasenclever, kapitan-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Haskel, H. B., (Takasima Colliery) shipping clerk, Nagasaki Hassell, J. G. T., (Birley & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Hasson, W. T. C., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Monocacy

Hassumbhoy, A., (Jairazbloy Peerbhoy) manager, Shanghai

Hastings, R. J., Maritime Customs as-istant examiner, Anping, Foricosa.

Haswell, E. W., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Hiroshima-maru, Tokio

Haswell, C. H., Juu., (O. & O.S.S. Co.) agent, Queen's road

Hatch, John J., (Hatch & Co.) merchant, and Portuguese consul, Tientsin

Hatchard, C., carpenter, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Hatherly, W., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) assistant piermaster, West point

Hatton, E., Jr., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hauenstein, G., pilot, Amov

Haughton, J., (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Gough street

Haughton, W. A., professor, Imperial University, Tokio

Haughton, F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Wềnchow

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Hauschild, L., (Dock Co.) bookkeeper, Praya Central, and secretary, H'kong Hotel Co. Hausser, P. F., assistant, H.B.M. Consulate, Taiwanfoo

Havard, lieutenant, French frigate Thémis

Haven, Miss A., missionary, Peking

Hawes, A. G. S., lieutenant, Naval department, Tokio

Hawes, J. E., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Saigon Hawes, J. A., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hawke, Jas. A., surgeon, U.S.S. Monocacy

Hawke, Hon. S., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Hawkins, H. J., (Delacamp, Macgregor & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Hawkshaw, C. B., (W. McKerr w & Co.) clerk, Singapore

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Hay, G., commander, Mitsu Bishi steamer Seirio-maru

Hay, Jas., (Chartered Bank of India) sub-accountant, Queen's road Hay, Drummond, (Wheelock & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hay, G., (Bangkok Saw Mill) superintendent, Bangkok

  Hay, C. W., (Boyd & Co.) engineer and shipwright, Shanghai Hayden, G. W, lightkeeper, Shai ghai

Haygarth, F. H., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Hayllar, T. C., Q.C., barrister at-law, Queen's Fad Hayward, W., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shugbai

  Hayward, E., supdt. of police and matine department, Malacca Hayward, Geo., warden, Victoria Gaol

Hazañas, B., professor de notoriado, University, Manila Haze and, J., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road Hazeland, F. A., clerk to Judges, Supreme Court Head, R. L., (Clarke, Head & Co.) merchant, Chefoo Heard, W., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) foreman, Singapore Heard, R., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Hearn, R. H., (A. Dent & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Heather, H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Anping, Formosa Heaton, W. H., P. A. engin er, U.S.S. Richmond

Heaysman, D. S., (Hongkong Hotel) assistant, Queen's road

Heck, C., second engineer steamer Rajunattianuhar, Bangkok and Hongkong Heck, J. J. K., (Kobe Iron Works) assistant, Hiogo

Heckmann, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Hector, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

  Hedding, G., (Kaltenbac', Fischer & Co.) clerk, Singapore Hedge, T. B., (Hedge & Co.) merchant, Foochow (absent) Hedley, H. R. S., commanding Royal Engineer, Singapore

Hedomir, clerk, ・irection of the interior, Saigon

Hee, C. T., M., physician to the Siamese Army, Bangkok

Heemskerk, J. J. B., (P. Maclean & Co.) merchant & consul for Netherlands, Shanghai Heermann, C., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) watchinaker, Queen's road

Hegrat, F. J. Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Heick, J., (Cordes & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Heim, J., (Katz Brothers) assistant, Singapore

Heimann, Chas. A., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Heims, marine pfarrer, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Heinemann, Paul, merchant, Yokohama

Hein-Hansen, V., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) electrician, Queen's road

Heinrich, Dr., surgeon, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Heinrich XXVI., Prinz Reuss, lieutenant, German gunboat Iltis

Heinszen, N., (C. Heinszen & Co.) inerchant, Manila (absent)

Heinszen, C., (C. Heinszen & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent)

Heintzmann, unter-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Heitmann, T., assistant, telegraph office, Wladiwostock

Heitor, A., architect, Public Works department, Macao

Helland, G. J., (Gt. Northern Tele. Co.) general agent for China and Japan, Shanghai

Hellyer, W. L., (Hellyer & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Hellyer, T. W., (Hellyer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

Hellyer, F., (Hellyer & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Helm, A., teacher, Foreign Language School, Tokio

Helm, J., (Cliff Dairy) manager, Yokohama

Hemert, J. P. von, merchant, Yokohama

Hemming, G. C., second officer, P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hongkong and Japau

Hempel, assistant engineer, H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Henderson, P., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Singapore

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Henderson, W., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Henderson, R. L., assistant master, Free school, Penang

Henderson, F., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Henderson, J., (Boustead & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent)

Henderson, W. A., medical practitioner, Ningpo

Henderson, Jas., merchant, Tientsin

Henderson, Ed., M.D., medical practitioner, & municipal officer of health, Shanghai

Henderson, G., clerk, Shanghai Associated Wharves, Shanghai

Henderson, D. M., C.E., chief engineer, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Hendorff, J. A., boarding officer, marine departinent, Malacca

Hendricks, F. A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hendricks, A., clerk, magistracy, Malacca

Hendricks, A. W., clerk, post office, Penang

Hendricks, J. W., assistant superintendent of education, Bangkok Hendricks, L. L., ("Colonial Press ") compositor, Singapore

Hendriks, N. T., clerk, Bangkok

Hendriks, R., interpreter, German consulate, Bangkok

Hendriks, D. J., (É. Koek) clerk, Singapore

Hendriks, G., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hendry, J. C., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

Henk, von, kapitain-lieut., H.S. German M.S. Stosch

Henley, L. W., assistant, British Consulate, Amoy

Hennequin, L., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central

Hennessy, H. E. Sir John Pope, K.C.M.G., Governor

Hennessy, Geo., sergeant of police

Hennings, L. A., muster mariner, Bangkok

Henningsen, J., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Amoy

Henriques, W. H., (Cobb & Co.) carriage builder, Yokohama

Henry, A., Maritime Customs assistant and medical officer, Shanghai

Henry, M., agent, Messageries Maritimes, and consul for B: azil, Manila

Henry, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Henry, (père) conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Henry, (fils) conductor, public works d 'partment, Saigon

Henry, Rev. B. C., missionary, Canton

Hens, J. Ph., (G. van P. Petel & Co.) merch., consul for Belgium, and Netherl'ds, Manila

Henson, J., (Blakiston, Marr & Co.) merchant, H skodate

Hepburn, S. D., Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co., store department, Yokohama

Hepburn, J. C., M.D., missionary, Yokohama (bšent)

Hepper, F. H., (Macleod & Co.) merchant, Cebu

Herald de Brésis, d', sub-licutenant, French troops, Hanoi

He rand, conductor, public works department, Saigon Heras, Sor S. L., San José hospital, `Manila

Heras, R., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Heras, M., (E. M. Barretto & Co.) clerk, Manila

Heras, R. T., clerk, Chartered Bank of India, &c., Manila

Heras, D. de las, presidente, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Herb, F., (Lamache & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Herbert, H. A., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Yokohama

Herbing, kapitain-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Herbst, E, (Heuermann, Herbst & Co.) storekeeper, &c., Queen's road

Here, A. J., Tokio

Heriot, F. M., (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Hérissez, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Herman, A. R., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

Hermoso, R. L., assistant, public works department, Manila Hernaez, J., trader, Iloilo

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Hernandez, M., assistant, public works department, Manila

Hernandez, A., assistant, department of forests, Zambobon, Philippines Herndon, C. J., surgeon, U.S.S. Palos

Herranez, M., comisario, adurinis, de ejercito, Manila

Herrera, F., "Esl blecimiento de Tejido," Manila Herrera, T., "Eslablecimiento de Tejido," Manila

Herrero, A. S., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila

 Herring, R. D., acting sergeant, British Legation Escort, Peking Herring, T., (James & Wilson) dairyman, Yokohama

Herrmann, C., captain, steamer Amoy, Hongkong and Shanghai Herrmann, Ed., (Tillson, Hermann & Co.) clerk, Manila

Herron, H., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Herton, E., (Her: on, & Co.) commission merchant, Hoibow and Pakhoi Hertz, H., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Hervé, pilot, Haiphong

Hervel, Rev. D., Roman Catholic missionary, Swatow

Hervey, W. G. E., chieflerk, Colonial Secretary's Office, Singapore Hervey, D. F. A., magistrate, Malacca

Herwig, H., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Hesse, J., (J. Smith & Co.) assistant, Chefoo

Hetherington, T., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Foochow

Heuckendorff, J. J., (F. A. Schultze & Co.) storekeeper, and marine surveyor, N'chwang

Heuermann, C., second officer, steamer Yungleze, Hongkong and Shanghai

Henermann, F. W., (Heuermanu, Herbst & Co.) storekeeper, &c., Queen's road

Hewat, II., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) el rk, Shanghai

Hewetson, C., professor of music, Banghok

Hewetson, H. W., secretary to municipality, Singapore

Hewett, E. A., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hewett, P., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Hewett, W., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) storeke per, Shanghai Hewitt, G., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore Hewlett, A.R., H.B.M. consul, Canton

Hext, G., first officer, revenue steamer Ling-feng, Chefoo Hey, E., broker, Shanghai

Heyde, Th. von der, (Sander & Co.) assistant (absent)

Heyde, O. von der, (Schriever & Co.) merchant, Haiphong and Hanoi

Heyde, E. von der, (C. Rhode & Co.) merchant, and acting Consul for Pern, Yokohama

Heyden, Dr. W. van der, medical practitioner, and supdt. general hospital, Hiogo

Heymann, J., (Baer Senior & Co.) merchant, and Russian vice-consul, Manila

Hibbert, H. T., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Hickey, T. C., staff surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Hickey, J., gunner, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Hickey, P. S., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shangbai

Hicks, G. W., pilot, Taku

Hicks, F. G., marine surveyor, and commander Ex Regent's yacht Apollo, Bangkok Hickson, E., paymaster, H.B.M. shop Pegasus

Hidalgo, F., printer, Manila

Hidalgo, A., consul for Portugal, Manila

Hieras, H., (Sulzer & Co.) clerk, Manila

Higgin, J. L. B, timber merchant, Iloilo

Higgins, W. J., Bangkok

Hight, T. F., chie: engineer, H.B.M. sloop Daring

Hilado, C., trader, Iloilo

Hildesley, W., missionary, Chefoo

Hill, E. C., superintendent of education, and acting police magistrate, Penang

Hill, J., (M. B. M. S. S. Co.) engineer, Yokohama

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Hill, T. H., manager, Pulo Obin, Singap›re

Hill, Robt. H., (Bradley & Co.) merchant, Swatow

Hill, J. C., pilot, Taku

Hill, Rev. D., missionary, Hankow (absent)

Hillier, E. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hillier, H. M., act. assist. andit secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking

Hillier W. C., assistant Chinese secretary, British Legatiou, Peking (absent) Hiltermann, I., (Brinkmann & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Hiltermann, T., (Brinkmann & Co.) merchaut, Singapore

Hinds, Rev. J, missionary, Tientsin

Hinnekindt, E., (E. & H. Hinnekindt) clerk, Singapore

Hinnekindt, H., Junr., (E. & H. Hinnekindt) clerk, Singapore

Hinnekindt, H., (E. & H. Hinnekindt) merchant, & consul for Belgium, Singapore Hippisley, A. E., Maritime Customs, acting commissioner, Wêuchow

Hirsbrunner, J., merchant & commission agent, Shanghai

Hirsbrunner, J., (Hirsbrunner & Co.) watchmaker, Shanghai

Hirst, C. J., (Hesse & Co.) merchant, Peddar's wharf

Hirst, staff sergt. J., compounder, army medical department

Hirth, F., first assistant, Maritime Customs (absent)

Hitch, F. D., (Russell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Hizzel, F., (Mathieu & Co.) merchant, and consular agent for Italy, Penang Hoar, Miss A., missionary, Tokio

Hoar, J. H., pilot, Ningpo

Hoare, Rev. J. C., M.A., missionary, Ningpo

Hobson, H. E., commissioner of Customs (absent)

Hobson, R. M., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Hochreuter, A., captain, steamer Bangkok, Bangkok

Hockaday, J., cable splicer, E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s steamer Agnes, Singapore Hocquard, P., missionary, Singapore

Hoctham, E. J., princi¡ al engineer, 1ailway service, Kobe

Hodges, B. W., ensign, U.S. sloop Alert

Hodges, G., usber, British Court, Yokohama

Hodges, S. C., (Drummond, Gaggino & Co.) shipchan ller, Singapore

Hodgkinson, Geo., lieutenant, H.B M. corvette Comus

Hodgson, John G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) ag, nt, Amoy (absent)

Hodsoll, R., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

Hoeninghans, H., Niigata

Hoesli, C., (Lmcnsinger & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Hoff, M. L, master mariner, Bangk k

Hoffer von Пofferfeldt, Chevalier, minister for Austria-Hungary, Peking and Tokio

Hofmann, K. A, master, steamer Prinz Heinrich, Bangkok and Singapore

Hog, R., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Tokai-maru, Tokio

Hogan, H. C., (J. M. Cazalas & Son) manager, Singapore

Hogan, F. J., cadet-engineer, U.S.S. Richmond

Hogan, J. C., district surveyor, Surveyor-General's office, Singapore

Hogg, E. C., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Hogge, E., chiet inspector of police, Pening

Höhnke, F. H., (F. Blackhead & Co.) assi-tant, Praya

Hoijer, S. H., chief clerk, Netherlands Consulate, Singapore

Holbrook, Miss, missionary, Tokio

Holcombe, C., ch rgé d'affa res, U.S. Legation, Peking

Holden, J. C., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co) tim› k eper, Singap›re Hole, J. W., assistant engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift Holemberg, S., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) turner, Singapore Holbaun, Rev L. J., French Catholic mission, Singapore Holland, Fev. J., curate of St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore

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Hollander, J. H., marshal, U.S. Consulate, Foochow Holliday, C. W., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya Holliday, C. J., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Hollins, H. H., assistant, Maritime Customs (absent)

Hollis, M., Q. M. Sergt. M., clerk, Royal Engineer d. partment Hollmann, commander, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth Holloway, H., chief clerk, police department, Singapore

 Holloway, H. C., agricultural department, Okaru, Yesso, Japan Holm, A., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Holmberg, B. H., boarding officer, Chinese inmigation office, Singapore Holmberg, P. J., forest ranger, Land office, Malacca

Holme, Lieut. B. F., East Kent Regiment, Singapore

Holme, R., agent for Jardine, Matheson & Co., Nagasaki

Holmes, G. N., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Holmes, F. H., mast r, U.S. corvette Alert

Holmes, E. R., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) agent, Hako late

Holmes, G., ship broker, Norman Cottige

Holmes, H. J., (Stephens & Holmes) solicitor, Club Chambers

Holmyard, E., inspector of police, Province Wel esley

Holst, A., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Holstins, O., assistant, Shanghai Dispensary, Shanghai Holt, P. E., (Little & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Holt, Rev. W, S., missionary, Shanghai (absent)

Holwill, E. T., Maritime Customs assistant (absent)

Holz, J. C. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Honey, G. A. K., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, and acting British Consul, Manila Hont, Rev. A. d', French missionary, Bangkok

Hood, W., in charge P. & O. coal depôt, Yokohama

Hooglandt, L. D. M. A., (Hooglandt & Co.) merchant, and Consul for Russia, Singapore Hooper, W. E., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Sngapore

Hooper, W., (Medical Hall) proprietor, Nagasaki

Hooper, W., assistant steward, H.B.M. Naval Hospital, Yokohama

Hooper, C. F., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Hope, L. A., D.A.C.G., in charge of barracks and transport, Singapore

 Hopkins, G. T., captain, steamer Rajonattiannhar, Bangkok and Hongkong Hopkins, C. H., nav-lieutenant, H.M. corv tt Curacoa

Hopkins, G. G., (Lewis & Hopkins) freight and coal broker, Shanghai Hopkins, Mrs. W., butcher and cattle dealer, Shanghai

Hopper, Rev. E. C., missi ›nary, Hiogo

Hoppius, H., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Hops, A., capitan, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Horck, Dr. A. H. von der, M.D., medical practitioner, Wyndham street

Hore, Thos., chief usher, Supreme Court, Shanghai

Horgen, A., (Eastern Extension, A & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore Hormusjee, Pestonjee, commission agent, Singapore

Horn, R. R., Government railway service, inspector of locomotives, Tokio Horne, R. W., inspector of police, Malacca

Horne, T. W., (Bradley & Co.) godown-keeper, Swatow

Horrowits, proprietor, Army and Navy Inn, Nagasaki

Horsley, L., Prince of Wales Inn, Hingo

Horspool, G., acting deputy superintendent of police, Central station

Hort, H., (Hughes & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Horton, W., inspector of brothels, Wanchai

Horwood, C., overseer of works, Surveyor General's office

Hosey, J., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang Hosie, A., British Consular agent, Chungking

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Hosie, Rt. Rev. G. F., bishop of Labuan and Sarawak, Singapore Hoskings, R., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama Hoskyn, R. F., lieutenant and commander, H.B.M. slop Flying Fish Hoskyn, R. F., merchant, Iloilo

Hoskyn, H. C, (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Gubat, Philippines Hotchkin, F. S, master, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Houdayer, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon Hough, R., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Houghton, R. W., dispenser, Royal Naval Hospital Houstin, accountant, municipal council, Saigon

Houston, Rev. M. H., D.D., missionary, Hangchow Houston, E. J., lieut.-commander, U.S.S. Richmond Houston, P., manager, Rochore Saw Mill, Singapore How, A. J., broker, Shanghai

Howard, Miss L. A., M.D., medical missionary, Tientsin Howard, J. J., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Howard, E., (P. M. S. S. Co.) supdt. of coal yard, Yokohama Howard, W. C., chief tidesurveyor, Shanghai

Howarth, Cap ain W. C., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Howat, H. R., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) turner, Singapore Howe, Miss Gertrude, missionary, Kiukiang

Howe, Miss Delia, missionary, Kiukiang

Howe, H. A., Jr., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Tokio

Howell, H., assist. paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunboat Fochound Howell, J., inspector, river police, Shanghai

Howes, A., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Howes, J., inspector of nuisances, &c., Municipal Council, Shanghai Howie, W., (Turnbull, Howie & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Howie, Robt., (Deacon & Co.) silk inspector, Canton

Howroyd, J. E., clerk of works, Surveyor-General's office

Hoyland, J. P., captain, steamer Spark, Macao and Canton

  Hoynek van Papendrecht, J., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore Huas, assistant surgeon, French cruiser Champlain Hubbard, J., lieutenant, U.S. sloop Swatara

Hubbard, I. C., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Toyoshima-maru, Tokio Hübbe, P. G., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Huber, W., (Belin, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Sing pore

Hubenet, H., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Sumida-maru, Tokio Huber, A., commissioner of Customs, Swatow

Huber, H., (Kaltenbach, Fischer & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Hubert, J., (Hubert & Fünfgeld) merchant, Saigon (absent) Hubrig, Rev. F., missionary, Canton

Huc, interpreter of Annamese, direction of the interior, Saigon Huchting. F., (Rodewald & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hudson, Miss R. J., missionary, Tokio

Hudson, J., (Hudson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Hudson, J. S., (Hudson & Co.) merchant, Ningpo (absent)

Huey, B. E., superintendent, Sailors' Home, Shanghai

Hughes, Miss K., missionary, Nganking

Eughes, Lieut. J., East Kent Regiment, Singapore

Hughes, L. M., assistant engineer, Wa'er Works Co., Shanghai

Hughes, J., (Wm. Danby) assistant, Queen's road

Hughes, P. J., H.B.M. consul, Shanghai

Hughes, H., missionary, Hiogo

Hughes, Geo., coinmissioner of Customs, Chefoo

Hughes, T. F., deputy commissioner of Maritime Customs (absent)

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Hughes, E. J., (Hughes & Legge) clerk, Queen's road

Hughes, S., (Reiss & Co.) tea inspector, Praya

Hughes, J. C., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Hughes, R., (Hughes & Co.) merchant, and chairman Chamber of Commerce, Hiogo Hughes, W. Kerfoot, broker, Queen's road

Hühn, G. R., (W. L. Hunter) tex inspector, Foochow

Hullett, R. W., principal, Raffles' Institution, Singapore

  Hülse, W., (Dircks & Co.) merchant, & consul for Denmark & Sweden, S'tow & F'mosa Humbert, F., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

Humblot, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Humby, J., proprietor, "London Inn," Queen's road central

Hume, A., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Hummel, G. L., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Humphreys, I. G., midshipman, H.M. corvette Curacoa

Humphreys, J. D., proprietor, Hongkong Dispensary, Queen's road

Humphreys, W. G., commission agent, Bank Buildings

Hungerford, R., brigade surgeon, army medical department, in charge hospital Meeanee Hunker, J. J., lieutenant, U.S.S. Richmond

Hunt, A. M., cadet-engineer U.S.S. Richmond

Hunt,, China Inland Mission, Fancheng

Hunt, E., (Hunt & Co.) clerk, Iliogo

Hunt, J., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Hunt, J. H., Maritime Customs clerk, Newchwang

Hunt, H. J., (Hunt & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Hunter, J., third engineer, steamer Dal, Hongkong and Bangkok

Hunter, W. T., chief officer, steamer Namoa, Coast

Hunter, Rev. S.A., M.D., missionary, Tsinanfoo

Hunter, W. L., merchant, Foochow

Hunter, R., planter, Takéo, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Hunter, R. P., (Jardine Mitheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hunter, E. H., (Hunter & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Hunter, J., medical missionary, Newchwang

Hunter, A. C., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Hunter-Blair, W. C., R.A., Singapore

Huntington, II. A., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Huot, C., (C. & J. Favre-Brandt) assistant, Yokohama

Hurley, R. C., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Hurlimann, G., (Reiss & Co.) clerk

Hurst, R. W., assistant, British consulate, and acting registrar of shipping, Shanghai Husband, J. N., (Forbes, Munn & Co.) clerk, Manila

Hutchinson, F., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Hutchinson, W. L., M.D., physician, Bangkok (absent)

Futchison, J. L., first officer, stemer Diamante, Hongkong and Manila

Hutchison, W. D., acting fourth master, Central school

Hutchison, J. D., merchant, Queen's road

Hutchison, J. D., (Strachan & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Huteau, S. A., (Banque de l'Indo Chine) cashier, Saigon

Huttenbach, A., (Katz Bros.) storekeeper, Singapore (absen!)

Huttenbach, L., (Katz Bros.) storekeeper, Singapore

Hutton, W., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Hyde, captain, steamer Ban Yong Seng, Bangk k and Singapore

  Hyde, W. W., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Hykes, Rev. J. R., missionary, Kiukiang

  Hyndman, H., Jr., (Fenwick & Morrison) clerk, Manila Hyndman, E., (China Sugar Refinery Co.) assistant, East point Hyndman, José, judge's clerk, Macao

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Hyndman, H., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Hyudman, F., professor of English, St. Joseph's College, Macao Hynes, Wm., audit clerk, H.M. Naval Yard

Hyderally Ebrahim, (A. M. Essabbhoy) manager, Yokohama

Ibanez, J., ayudante mayor, naval arsenal, Manila Ibañez, P. B., (Viuda de Loyzaga & Co.) assistant, Manila Ibañez, F. B., (Viuda de Loyzaga & Co.) assistant, Manila Ibarburn, G. de, master of works, ayuntamiento, Manila Ibarra, A., sub-intendente, military administration, Manila Ibarra, M., civil Governor's department, Manila

Ibsen, A., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai Iburg, C., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Iburg, J. C. H., music teacher and piano tuner, Shanghai Icaza, I. de, member of administrative council, Manila

   Ifland, A., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Canton Iglesias, Sor V., San José hospital, Manila

Ignatieff, J. F., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Ignatio, T., (Thos. Ignatio & Co.) anctioneer and barber, Shanghai Igonel, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Ilbert, A., (Ilbert & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Illescas, L M., assistant, public works departinent, Manila

Illies, C., (C. Illies & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Imbault-Huart, C., student interpreter, French Legation, Peking

Imbert, paymaster, French cruiser Kersaint

Imbert, discount office, Saigon

Imbrie, Rev. W., missionary, Tokio

Impey, G., foreman mechanic, Government railway service, Yokohama

Inatieff, (Tschuren & Co.) storekeeper, Wladiwostock

Inch, P., fleet engineer, U.S. squadrou

Inchausti, R. C., (Inchausti & Co.) clerk, Manila

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Inchausti, J. J. de, (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, & director Banco Español Filipino, Manila

Inchausticta, E., captain of steamer Cabanbanan, Iloilo

Inchbald, C. C., (Comptoir d'Escompte) sub-accountant, Shanghai

Ingenoll, unter-lieut. H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Ingham, Chas., military clerk, Ordnance office, Singapore

Inglis, J., consulting engineer, Praya central

Inglis, R,, chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Wakanoura-maru

Inglis, Jas., second engineer, steamer Ningpo, Hongkong and Shanghai

Inglis, R. (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Inglis, W. F., (China Sugar Refinery) assistant, Swatow

Inglis, G., chief engineer, P. & O. steamer Malacca, Hongkong and Japan

Inkpen, Qr. Mr. Sergt. R., foreman of works, Rogal Engineer's department

Innes, T., (Innes & Keyser) merchant, Iloilo

Innes, R., (Oriental Bank) accountaut, Queen's road and as-istant agent, Foochow

Innocent, J. W., Maritime Customs assistant, Wuhu

Innocent, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin

Inverarity, A. J. M., (Chartered Bank) a countant, Foochow

Inween, Miss E., missionary, Ningpo

Irens, F., (Crasemann & Hagen) clerk, Chefoo

Irminger, Lieut. F., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) assistant, Wladiwost, ck

Trujillo, J. R., second secretary, Naval department, Manila

Irving, J. J. Bell, (Jardine, Mathe-on & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Irving, Hon. C. J., C.M.G., resident councillor of Malacca

   Irving, J. Bell, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Irwin, Dr. Andrew, medical practitioner, Tientsin

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Irwine, Rev. E. C., ilcumbest of Christ Church, Yokohama Isaac, G., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Isaac, F. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Isaacs, R., (R. Isaacs & Brother) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Isaacs, Israel, (R. Isaacs & Brother) merchant, Yokohama Isaacson, J. F., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Kiukiang Isemonger, E. E., magistrate, Province Wellesley

Isidore, H., bill collector, Saigon

Ismael, S. A., (Hongkong Hotel) assistant, Queen's road Ismer, C., (H. Muller & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Iturralde, J., secretary, Naval Arsenal, Manila

Ivanoff, D., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) cierk, Tientsin

Iversen, F. W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kumamoto-maru

Iveson, Egbert, (Iveson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Iwanoff, J., (C. H. Hagemeyer) assistant, Wladiwostock

Iwersen, H., merchant and consul for Germany and acting consul for Belgium, Nagasaki

Jacinto, M., (Guichard et Fils) clerk, Manila

Jacinto, J., (Malcampo & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Jack, W., Nagasaki

Jäckel, lieutenant, German gunboat Illis

Jackson, J. A., mis-ionary, Ningpo (absent)

Jackson, F., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Jackson, A. K., (J. G Smith & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Jackson, J., captain of tug-boat Sanspareil, Bangkok

Jackson, D., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Jackson, O., chief engineer, steamer Spak, Macao and Canton

Jackson, Thos., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) chief manager, Queen's road

Jacob, A. H, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Jacobsen, sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Wolf

Jacot, E., Yokohama

Jacquemain, clerk, Governor's office, Saigon

Jacques, J., first-class clerk, Maritime Customs, Foochow Jaffray, A., "Golden Gate" livery stable, Yokohama

Jaime, J., procurador, Seminario Consiliar de Jaro, Iloilo Jabrling, Valerio, naval storekeeper, Cebu

Jalandoni, M., trader, Iloilo

Jalon, J. M., assistant, Custom house, Iloilo

Jamasjee, J., cotton and yarn broker, Hollywood road Jambu, A. clerk, Police Court, Peraug

Jambu, R. S., (Á. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Singapore Jame, G., notary public, Saigon

James, lieutenant, Siamese steamer Coronation, Bangkok

James, T. H., navigating lieutenant, Naval College, Tokio

James, F. S., (Fraser, Failey & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

James, H. G., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) merchant, Queen's road central

Jameson, J., (V. Roque) superintending engineer, Saigon

Jamet 1, M., student interpreter, French Legation, Peking

Jamie, R., (Singapore Dispensary) druggist, Singapore

Jamieson, G., British Consul, Kiukiang

Jamieson, C., Maritime Customs commissioner, Hoihow

Jamieson, R. Alex., M.D., consulting physician to Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Jamieson, W. B., broker, Shanghai

Jamieson, W., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) agent, Nagasaki

Jamsetjee, F., (D. Now.ojee) assistant, Queen's road Jamsetjee, P., broker, Peel street

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Janin, R., assistant, public works department, Manila Janns, H., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya

Jansen, A. E., apprentice, Survey department, Malacca Jansen, P., (L. H. Woods) clerk, Malacca

Jansen, J. E., (A. Steinmetz) clerk, Shanghai

Jansen, M., (E. Meyer & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Jansen, D. C., proprietor ..nd manager, Astor House hotel, Shanghai Janson, Dr. J. L., husbandry department, Tokio

Jantzen, C., (Melchers & Co.) merchant and acting Belgian consul, Shanghai Jantzu, J., (Grosser & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Jarck, H., proprietor, "Oriental Hotel" Bangkok

Jardine, W., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) foreman, Singapore

Jarmain, J. J., superintendent of cemetery, Yokohama

Jarrett, Lieut. H. St. D., East Kent Regiment, Singapore

Jarvies, M., (Chinese Engineering & Mining Co.) winder, Tientsin

Jaubert, ensign, French cruiser Champlain

Jauries, Rev. Mothar, French Catholic Mission, Peking

Javega, V. professor of pharmacy, University, Manila

Javier y Rodriguez, l'., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) merchant, Manila

Javier, J., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) clerk, Manila

Jeanniret, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon Jeanrenaud, C., commission agent, Shanghai

Jebsen, H., (Schmidt, Kustermann & Co.) clerk, Penang Jeewakhan, commission agent, Canton

Jeffrey, T., (Style & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Jeffries, H. U., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Jencks, Dewitt C., M.D., missionary, Hiogo

Jerkins, H. C, paymaster, H.M. sloop Flying Fish

Jenkins, Rev. H., missionary, Shaoshing, Ningpo

Jenkins, M. A., interpreter, United States Consulate, Hankow

Jennings, Rev. W., colonial chaplain

Jennings, T. C., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor and harbour master, Chefoo

Jensen, C., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Gutzlaff, Shanghai

Jerdein, F., (Jerdein & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Jerdein, M. S., merchant and commission agent, Chinkiang

Jeremiah, N., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Jeremiah, E., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Jeremiah, J. E. V., sub-postmaster, Bukit Tamboon, Penang

Jeremiah, R. P., bailiff, court of requests, Penang

Jeremiassen, C. C., n.issionary, Hainan

Jerome, H. A., (O. & O. S. S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Jerrer, M., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Jesena, D., trader, Iloilo

Jessen, J., captain, steam tug Cape Clear, Bangkok

Jesus, C. de, teacher, Assumption school, Bangkok

Jesus, E. de, inspeccion de montes, Gazan, Philippines

Jesus, M. de, lieutenant, police force, Macao

Jesus, J. M. de, Bangkok

Jesus, F. V. de, (F. M. de Jesus & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Jesus, J. V. de, professor "Escola Commercial," Macao

Jesus, C. de, (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Jesus, F. M. de, (F. de Jesus & Co.) storekeeper, Bangkok

Jesus, A. F. de, clerk, Foreign Office, Bangkok

Jesus, J. V. de, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Kowloon

Jesus, J. J. de, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company) clerk, Aberdeen

Jesus, J. M. de, (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company) clerk, Cosmop. D. ok

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Jeyssier, mechanic, Compagnie pour le decorticage du riz, Saigon

Jezewski, J. von, Maritime Customs, assistant tidesurveyor, Foochow Jimeno, J., contador, admiuis colecciones y labores, Manila Jiminez, A., commandant of cavalry, Bahia, Philippines

Jiminez, "Agencia Maritima," Muralion, Manila

Jiminez, I. G., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Manila Joakim, J., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore Joaquim, J. P., (P. J. Joaquim) clerk, Singapore Joaquim, P. J., barrister at law, Singapore Johnke, A., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Joergens, J., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Johannes, S. P., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Johansen, C. H., M.D., physician, Tamsui

John, Bro., teacher, St. Joseph's college, China road Jolin, M. H., pilot, Singapore

John, Rev. G., missionary, Hankow

Johns, A. J., assistant engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly Johnsford, W., (S. C). Faruham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Johnsford, A., tax collector, Municipal Council, Shanghai Johnson, W. C. B., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lily Johnson, J. R. D., engineer, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra Johnson, chief engineer, H. M's yacht Vesatri, Bangkok Johnson, A., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Johnson, C., captain, Mitsu Bishi stau.er Atago-maru Johnson, J. J., proprietor Globe Tavern, Nagasaki Johnson, O., acting consul, British Consulate, Pakhoi Johnson, J., chief engineer, II.B.M. sloop Albatross Johnson, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy Johnson, F., pilot, Foochow

Johnson, W. G., proprietor, Hiogo News, Hiogo

Johnson, A. B., (Sharp, Toller & Johnson) solicitor, Supreme Court house Johnson, Hon. F. B., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Johnston, Miss, manager Baxter Girls' school

   Johnston, G. R, Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) accountant, Shanghai (absent) Johnston, A., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Nøhuston, J. C., Maritime Customs assistant, Pakhoi

Johnston, H. A., (Turnbull, Howie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Johuston, Sir Wm., Bart., (Oriental Bank) accountant, Shanghai

Johnston, W., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Johnston, Jas, M.D., medical practitioner, Shanghai

Johnston, Jas., (Boyd & Co.) engineer and shipwright, Shanghai

Johnston, W. C., (Johnston & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Johnstone, J. J., M.B.M.S.S. Co., store department, Yokohama Johnstone, C., (Mitsu Bishi M. S. S. Co.) bargekeeper, Hakodate Johnstone, S. J., Maritime Customs first officer (unattached) Johnstone, R., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, Yokohama Joly, H. B., student, British Legation, Peking

Jonas, F. M., Osaka

Jones, W., (Engineering and Mining Co.) overman, Tientsin

Jones, S. C., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Jones, Peter, sergeant of police

Jones, F. S., (Smith, Bell & Co,) clerk, Cebu

Jones, J., head turnkey, Victoria Gaol

Jones, C. H. P., lieutenant, H.M.S. Iron Duke

Jones, J. G., commander, H.B.M S. Victor Emanuel

Jones, A. C., consul for United States, Nagasaki

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Jones, A. E., local postmaster, Shanghai

Jones, Jas., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Jones, T. F., (Hedge & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Jones, Rev. A. G., missionary, Tsing Chow-foo, Chefoo

Jones, D., (Union Insurance Society) acting secretary

    Jones, J. C. D., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) electrician, Singapore Jones, E. B., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) clerk, Tokio

Jones, M., clerk, Supreme Court, Shanghai

Jones, J. H., constable, British consulate, Whampoa

Jones, C. H., assistant paymaster, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Jooma, Esmail, (Khamisa Jooma) agent, Welling on street

Jordan, M., assistant, Sanitary department, Municipal Counc 1, Shanghai

Jordan, J., chiet officer, steamer Danube, Hongkong and Bangkok

Jordan, P., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Jordan, J. N., assistant, British Consulate, Canton

Jordana y Morera, M., inspector of forests, Manila

Jordana y Morera, R., inspector general de montes, Manila Joret, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Jorge, C., student interpreter, procurador's department, Macao Jorge, A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Jorge, E. A., (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Praya

Jorge, H., (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Shanghai

Jorge, P., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Jorge, F., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Jörgensen, E. J. F., master mariuer, Bangkok Jörgensen, J., pilot, Newchwang

Jörgensen, A., pilot, Newchwang

Jorgensen, H. P. C., Maritime Customs watcher, Can'on Joribio, F., comisario, military department, Manila Jornales, F., restaurint "De San Vicente," Manila Jory, J. J., sub-lieutenant, H.B M. gunboat Mosquito Joseph, H. H., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) chief clerk, Shanghai Joseph, S. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Joseph, H. J. A., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Singapore Josephi, I., (Abraham, Ezra & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Joseph, F. H., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya

Joseph, C., (Bangkok Saw Mill) assistant, Bangkok

Joseph, E., (Manasseh, Aaron & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Josephs, T., (J. M. Lyon & Cv.) clerk, Singapore

Jouannet, sub-commissioner of fonds, Marine department, Saigon Joubert, A. J., director, Taberd School, Saigon

Jouett, Lieut. L. P., U.S. sloop Monocacy

Jouffroy d'Abbans, Comte Louis, acting French consul, Singapore Jourdain, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Jourdan, C. H., lawyer, Saig n

Jourdau, Rev. N., Roman Catholic missionary, Chefoo

Jourdan, P., assistant, Messageries Maritimes coal depôt, Yokohama

Journet-Chabanit, Mmc. E., proprietor, Hotel de l'Europe, Saigon

Jouslain, J., consul for France, Yokohama

Jouve, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Jouvet, A., Jr., (A. Jouvet) clerk, Saigon

Jouvet, A., commission agent and public accountant, Saigon

Jové, S., assistant, public works department, Manila

Joyce, H., quartermaster, commissariat and transport department

Jozé, L. S., (Viuda de Loyzaga & Co.) assistant, Manila Juan, A. San, assistant, Mint, Manila

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Juan, V. San, (Genato & Co.) clerk, Manila

Jubin E., (Jubin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Jubin, C., (Jubin & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Juchler, G., (Mathieu & Co.) clerk, Penang

  Jucker, A., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) merchant & consul for Italy, Bangkok Judah, A. N., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace

Judah, J. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya Central

Judah, R. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shangbai

Jüdell, L., (Herton & Co.) clerk, Hoihow

Judd, W., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Penang Judson, Rev. J. H., missionary, Hangchow

Juéry, H., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Yokohama

Jugo, Sor F., San José hospital, Manila

Julian, Bro., teacher, St. Joseph's College, Caine road

Jullien, St. Cyr, (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent)

Jung, Rev. S., secretary, French mission, Bangkok

Junor, Rev. K. F., missionary, Tamsui

Junquitta, M. G., fiscal, Tribunal de Cuntas, Manila

Jurgens, H., broker and auctioneer, Shanghai

Jürgensen, H., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Jürgensen, J., pilot, Shanghai

Just, J., commission agent, Hoihow

Just, H. Z., (Just & Grobien) bill and bullion broker, Albany road

Juster, John, proprietor, "Liverpool Arms" tavern, Queen's road central Justice, Rev. Mère, superioress, Orpharage, Oska

Juvelius, Chs., (M. Federoff) assistant, Wladiwostock

Kaderdina, Abdulla, (Hajee Hamed Hajee Essack) clerk, Gage street Kabler, W. F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ichang

Kahn, S. C., (Cawasjee Pallanjcc & Co.) clerk, Sharg! ai

Kahn, C., (Reiss & Co.) merchant, Praya

Kalb, Moritz, (Reiss & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Kall, von, cominandant, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Kammerer, Rev. P., missionary, Basil Mission, Khichung Karanjia, B. P., merchant, Canton

Karberg, C. P., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya Karl, E., assistant protector of Chinese, Penang

Kasch, R., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Praya

Katrak, M. H., (S. R. Futtakia) manager, Canton

Kaufmann, M., (Simon, Evers & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Kauppe, S., nurse, General hospital, Yokohama

Kavarana, B. F., merchant, Canton

Keast, John., engineer, H.M.S. Iron Duke

Keating, J., (T. N. Driscoll) assistant, Queen's road

Keeble, W., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Keeble, G., Mari:ime Customs tidewaiter, Newchwang

Keekabhoy, N., (Khamisa Joona) assis ant, Wellington street Kehrberg, P. von, assistant, Inspectorate of Customs, Peking Keiser, J., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) watchmaker, Queen's road

Keller, F., (Sieber-Waser) clerk, Shanghai

Keller, E. A., (Lutz & Co.) merchant, and consul for Switzerland, Manila Keller, Jno., assistant, Sailors' Home, West point

Kellett, L. H., M.B., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen

Kellogg, Miss, missio: ary, Osaka

Kelly, K. S., (R. S. Raphael) clerk, Shanghai

Kelly, E. S., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

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Kelly, M. S, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Wuhu

Kelsie, Miss A. de M. H., M.D., missionary, Tungchowfoo, Shantung Kemna, G., (J. H. Langelütje) clerk, Wladiwos ock

Kemp, J., warder, gaol, Singapore

Kemp, R. W., boilermaker, Naval Yard

Kemp, W. F., (J. Grassi & Brother) assistant, Bangkok Kempermann, P., consul for Germany, Manila

Kempff, L., commander, U.S. Alert

Kennedy, F. W., jailer, United States consulate, Shanghai Kennedy, J. Y., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Singapore Kennedy, J., (Horse Repository) proprietor, Garden road Kennelly, F., (Shanghai Mercury office) accountant, Shanghai Kenney, E. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Kenny, W. J., student interpretor, British Legation, Tukio Kent, mariner, Bangkok

Kepfer, Rev. W., missionary, Kiukiang

Kergaradec, Count de, French cosul, Hanoi

Kerlero du Crano, commander, gunboat Sugaie, Saigon Kerr, J. A., Maritime Customs assistan1, Amoy

Kerr, T. S., medical practitioner, Singapore

Kerr, W., tidewaiter, Customs, Bangkok

Kerr, T., (China Sugar Refining Co.) engineer, Wanchai

Kerr, C. D., (Fearon, Low & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Kerr, W. G., Bangkok

Kerr, J. G., M.D., secretary, Medical Missionary Society, Canton

Kerr, Capt. J. M., paymaster, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers'

Kershaw, T. H., barrister-at-law, Penang

Keslar, G. W., printer, Post office, Singapore

Keswick, J. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Keswick, Hon. W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Queen's road (absent) Ketteler, Baron von, student interpreter, Germat. Legation, Peking

Keun, C. H., (John Little & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Keun, R. M., proprietor, Eastern Dispensary, Singapore

   Keun, N. A., (P. & V. S. N. Co.) clerk, Singapore Keun, C. F., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Singapore Keymeulen, J., Maritime Customs, clerk, Canton Kryser, A., (Innes & Keyser) merchant, Iloilo Khamisa, A. M., dealer in millinery, &c., Peel street Khamisa, N. M., dealer in millinery, &, Peel street Khimjee, E. (E. Pubaney) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace Khimjee, B., (E. Pubaney) clerk,Lyndhurst terrace Kidd, Miss, missionary, Gweiyang

Kidder, Miss A. H., mi sionary, Tokio

Kiddle, C. D. W., clerk to secretary, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Kierulff, H., (P. Kierulff) assistant, Peking

Kierulff, P., commission agent and storekeeper, Peking

Kilby, E. F., (Hudson & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Kilgour, J., commander, Mitsu Bishi steamer Shinagawa-maru

Killeen, C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Killner, Dr. O., agricultural chemist, Imperial College, Tokio

Kindblad, A. W., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow

Kinder, C. W., (Colliery, Engineering and Mining Co.) resident engineer, Tientsin

King, H., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

King, M., eunner, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift

King, G. W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow

King, J., chief clerk, Land office, Singapore

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King, C. A., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Monocacy

King, W. R., assistant engineer, U.S.S. Swatara King, Rev. A., missionary, Tientsin

King, G. J. W., clerk, police department

King, C. H., (Brand, Bros. & Co.) clerk, Sbaughai

King, Geo., missionary, Hanchung

King, A, manager Ishikawa Dock and Engine works, Yokohama Kingdon, N. P., (Kingdon, Schwabe & Co.) merchant, Yokohama. Kingsell, F., printer, Yokohama

Kingsley, T. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

  Kingsmill, Thomas W., civil engineer and architect, Shanghai Kip, Rev. L. W., missionary, Amoy (absent)

Kirby, C., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Kirby, A., (Kobe Iron Works) proprietor, Hiogo

Kirby, E. C., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Kirby, R., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) proprie'or, Iron Works, Hiogo Kirchhoff, H. J. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tientsin Kirchhoff, E., (Rüssel & Co.) storekeeper, Pnompenh, Cambodia Kirchhoff, H., (Vogel & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

  Kirchmann, L., proprietor, "Land we live in " tavern, Queen's road Kirchner, A., (Kirchner & Böger) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Kirkby, Miss M., missionary, Shanghai

Kirkham, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer, Yoshino-maru Kirkland, Miss Helen, missionary, Hangchow

Kirkpatrick, M. C., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Singapore Kirkwood, T., (Hongkong & Whampoa Deck Co.) engineer in harbour Kirkwood J., engineer, Chinese government service, Chefoo

Kirkwood, M., barrister-at-law, Yokohama

  Kiseleff, J., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Tientsin Kitts, Rev. J. T., missionary, Ching-chau-foo, Chefoo Kittsteiner, unter-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Stosch Klampermeyer, F., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton Klassen, J. H., (Cameron, Dunlop & Co) clerk, Singapore Klausa, commander, German gunboat Iltis

Kleinwächter, G. H. J., Maritime Customs assistant, Takao Kleinwächter, F., commissioner of Customs, Ningpo

Kleinwort, G., (Langgard, Kleinwort & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Kleinwort, O, A., (Langgard, Kleinwort & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Kliene, A., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor and harbour-master, Ningpo

Klinck, C., engineer, Santa Mesa rope factory, Manila

Klincksieck, sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Iltis

Klitzke, Mrs. P., missionary, Berlin Foundling hospital, High street Klöpfer, E., (Klöpfer & Co.) merchaut, Manila

Klopp, H., merchant, Bangkok

Klünder, R., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) merchant and German Consul, Penang- Klyne, A. H., bailiff, Court of Requests, Singapore

Klyne, G. W., clerk, Chinese sub Post office, Singapore Klyne, F. C., clerk, Registration department, Malacca Klyne, J. R., (New Harbour Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Knäpel, F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Amoy Kniffler, H., (De San & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki Kniffler, F. T. H., Shirokani, Tokio

Knight, A., chief clerk, Auditor general's office, Singapore Knight, Lieut. H.R., East Kent Regiment, Penang Knight, W., lightkeeper, lightship, Taku

Knight, W., butcher, Chefoo

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Knobbe, M., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya Knoblauch, F., merchant, Yokohama

Knobloch, A. von, vice consul, German consulate, Hiogo Knoepfler, J. L., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow Knoop, J., (J. Zobel) assistant, Iloilo

Knowles, J. S., (S. Ć. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shaugbai Knox, H., (H. Blow & Co.) assistant, Tientsin

Knox, Rev. G. W., missionary, Tokio

Koch, H., (H. Koch & Co.) merchant, Niigata Koch, F., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Canton Kock, M., usher, German consulate, Shanghai Kock, (E. Klöpfer & Co.) clerk, Manila Koek, E., solicitor, Singapore

Koek, H. A., (Edwin Koek) clerk, Singapore Köeniger, R., medical practitioner, Manila Koeppe, C., (Illies & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Koffer, Th., proprietor, Medical Hall, Queen's road Kofod, J., in charge hulk Sultan, Kiukiang

Kofod, F. A., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai Kofoed, P. J., master mariner, Bangkok

   Koger, W., (G. Hieber & Co.) assistant, Singapore Kolejko, A., teacher, foreign language school, Tokio Kolling, W., secretary, German consulate, Shanghai

Kolvig, F., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Nagasaki (absent) König, W., (G. Steinbach) clerk, Wladiwos.ock

Konitz, A., (Drummond, Gaggino & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Koosnetzoff, W. M., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Kooznetsoff, A. N., (Tokmakoff, Shevelett & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Kopp, C. O., (C. Gerard & Co.) shipchandler, &c., Amoy

Kopsch, H., commissioner of Maritime Customs, Pakhoi

Körner, Theo., merchant, Wladiwostock (absent)

Körner F. (Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

   Korschelt, O., professor, Medical College, and analyist to geological survey, Tokio Kostileff, B., student interpreter, Russian Legation, Tokio

Kotwall, D. R., (Sorabjee, Mancherjee & Co.) clerk

Koyander, A., secretary of Russian Legation, Peking (absent)

Kraal, H. E., bailiff, Sheriff's department, Singapore

Kraal, J., (J. G. Smith & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Kraal, W. E. B., inspector of police, Singapore

Kraal, P. C., (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Kraal, S. A., (Dobie & Co.) clerk, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Kratzeff, J. J., assistant, telegraph office, Wladiwostock

Kragh, Lt. C. H., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) agent, Foochow

Kramer, J., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) silk-inspector, Canton

Krapfeubaner, A., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Kraul, W. H., second berthing officer, Harbour Master's Department, Shanghai

Krause, unter-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Krauss, A. A., (Mackintosh, Dudgeon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Krauss, A., (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Krebs, F., director M.B.M.S.S. Co., Tokio

Krecker, Rev. F., M.D., missionary, Tokio

Krencki, R. von, German vice-consul in charge, Shanghai

Krentz, V., (Moller & Meisner) clerk, Bangkok

Krey, W., Maritime Customs assistant, Swatow

Krieger, V., (Friederichs & Co.) clerk, and Danish consul, Singapore

Krieger, V., (Friderichs & Co.) merchant, Penang

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Krien, F., interpret r, German Leation, Tokio Kries, von, kapitain-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Hertha Krohn, Wilhelm (Brinkman & Co) clerk, Singapore Krohn, C., captain, steam-tug Sin Taiwan, Takao Krohn, Werner, (Schönfeld & Co.) clerk, Foochow Krug, A., watchmaker, Amoy

Krüger, A., (La Casa da Berlin) assistant, Manila Kruse, A. L. B., master mariner, Bangkok

Krüss, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Krüss, E., (Simon, Evers & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

  Küchler, L. W., acting interpreter, British Court, Yokohama Kudus, H., (De Mello & Kudus) broker, Penang

Kuegler, Dr., surgeon H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Kugelmann, G., farrier, Singapore

Kuhhardt, E. H. M., storekeeper, Hiogo

  Kuhlmann, H., (Kruse & Co.) tobacconist, &c., Queen's road Kuhlmaun, J., assistant, telegraph office, Wladiwostock

Kühnell, M., chemist, Manila

Kültzau, G, (Wieler & Co.) clerk, Praya

Kunst, G., (Kunst & Albers) merchant, Wladiwostock

Kurrumsey, M., (Jairezbhoy Peerbhoy) clerk, Wellington street Kurtzhalss, A., (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant, Bangkok Kuster, J., proprietor Askolt gold mine, Wladiwostock Kyshe, J. W. N., deputy registrar, Supreme court, Penang

Labedan, J. B., restaurant keeper, Manila

Laberdure, M., medical practitioner, Iloilo

Labhart, J. C., merchant, and consul for Austria.-Hungary, Manila

Labussiére, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Lacalle, J. M. abogado fiscal, real audiencia, Manila

Lacan, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Lacaze, G., (A. Lacaze) assistant, Saigon

Lacaze, A., storekeeper, Saigon

Lacheorotière, de, pilot, Saigon

Lacorte, F., director sub-inspector, military engineering department, Manila

Lacote, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lacouture, telegraphist, Hatien, Cochin China

Lacroix, commander, gunboat Hache, Saigon

Lacruz, J., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Ladage, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tientsin

Lafont, F., assayer, Mint, Manila

Lafort, J., administrator "La Oceania Espanola," Manila

Lafrentz, Ch., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lafrentz, C. J., (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Lagarde, Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Lagerheim, O. de, engineer, French Municipal Council, Shanghai Lago, J. M., (Reyes & Co.) shipchandler, Manila

Laguna, I., Sindico, Banco Filipino, Manila

Lahora, M., inspector, intendencia de hacienda, Manila

Laidlaw, W., (Boyd & Co.) tea inspector, Tamsui and Keelung

Laidler, T. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Laidrich, A., (L. Vrard & Co.) storekeeper and watchmaker, Shanghai Laigre, Rev. M., superior, College of Pulo Penang, Penang

La İloz, H., merchant, Iloilo

Laine, Silva, watchmaker, Manila

Laing, J. J., machinist, Kobe paper mill, Higo

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Laird, Chas., ensign, U.S.S. Palos

Lajeat, G., (Cozen & Giraud) clerk, Shanghai

Lake, Edward, (G. W. Lake & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki Lalauce, telegraphist, Saigon

Lalande, chief commissioner, Royal Customs, Hanoi

Lalcaca, P. M., (Tata & Co.) clerk, Hollywood road

Lalcaca, E. P., broker, Shanghai

Lallemant, P. M., director, Tan Dinh School, Saigon

Lamache, P., clerk, Mont de Piété, Saigon

Lamache, L., Jr., (Lamache & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Lamache, P., surgeon dentist, Saigon

Lamas, F., promoter fiscal, Pototan, Philippines

Lamb, T. H., gaoler, Penang

Lambert, E. B., Tokio

Lambert, Honble. A., lieut., Royal Artillery

Lambert, G. P., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Formosa

Lambert, R., (Lainbert Brothers) coach builder, Singapore

    Lambert, E., (Lambert Brothers) coach builder, Singapore Lambert, J. S., surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Lambuth, Rev. J. W., missionary, Shanghai

Lamke, J., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya

Lammert, G. R., auctioneer, &c., Peddar's wharf

Lamond, W., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lamothe de Carrier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lampe, L., pilot, Bangkok

Land, J. M., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Hankow

Laudells, A., mechanic, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

    Landells, R. W., second engineer, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Chefoo Lander, E., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake Landes, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Landfermann, lieutenant, H.I. German M S. Stosch

Lang, J., superintendent engineer, Government Works, Iiogo

Landskay, Capt., acting chief of police, Wladiwostock

Lanc, S. W., li utenant, Royal Artillery

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Lane, R. A., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, and consul for Swe 'en & Norway, Manila Lang, lieutenant, ex-Regent's yacht Apollo, Bangkok

Lang, W., superinten ent, Imperial Dock, Nagasaki

Lang, W. M., cominand r, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Lang, R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's roa

Lang, W., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Shanghai

Langan, A., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Penang

Langan, P., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang

Langdon, F. G. C., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Langdon, W. C., (Eastern Extension, Aust. & China Telegraph Co.) assistant, Saigon Lange de la Camp, Ch., (Dircks & Co.) clerk, Swat w

Lange, J., photographer, Wladiwostock

Lange, C., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Kowloon

Lange, C., master mariner, Bangkok

Langelütje, J. H., merchant, Wla iiwostock

Langfieldt, A., (Langfieldt & Mayers) storekeeper, Yokohama

Langgaard, T., (Langgaard, Kleinwort & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Langlade, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Langlais, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Langlais, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

    Lanneau, de, chief, second office, direction of the interior, Saigon Lanning, H., M.D., miss onary, Osaka

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Lanning, G., Shanghai

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

  Lansdale, P. V., ensigu, U.S. sloop Swatara Lant, T. J., Maritime Customs examiner, Kiukiang Lanyon, T. J., clerk, H.B.M.S. Comus

Lapeyrère, de, attaché, French Legation, Tokio

Laplace, E., (Denis frères) clerk, Saigon

Lapraik, John S., (D. Lapraik & Co.) merchant, Prava (absent) Lapsley, W., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point Lapuerta, F., assistant, Custom house, Manila

  Larcina, N., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila Laredo, J. M. de, secretary, administrative council, Manila Large, B. W., surgeon, Army medical depar: ment

Large, J. F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow La Rivière, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Larnaudie, Rev. F. L., French missionary, Siam (absent) Larne, engineer, Sai on Ice Works, Saigon

Larosière, A. de, commis., Customs, Hanoi

Larrouy, P., cl ancelier, French Consulate, Yokohama

Lasserre, P., chancelier, French cousulate, Shanghai

Lasserre, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Last, F. J. de, Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Lataste, G., (Denis Frêres) clerk, Saigon

  Latham, T., (Drummond & Latham) barrister-at-law, Shanghai Latty, E. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Laub, G., (Canton Dispensary) assistant, Canton

Laucaigne, Mgr., R. C. bishop, Osaka

Lauchleimer, C. H., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Laudais, French Mission, Hanoi

Laumondais, Rev. M. C., teacher, College of Pulo Penang, Penang

Launey, telegraphist, Chandoc, Cochin China.

Lauré,, (Banque de l' Indo-Chine) clerk, Saigon

Laurence, Miss, missionary, Ningpo

Laurent, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Laurent, Colonel of troops, Saigon

Lauts, J., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Laval, proprietor of Hotel Fave, Saigon

Lavastre, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic Mission, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Lavers, E. H., (Forrester, Lavers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Lavino, G., consul for Netherlands, Penang

Lavrentieff, T. N., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Kiukiang

Law, R., (Associated Wharves) accountant, Shangbai

Law, W. C., commander, receiving ship Emily Jane, Shangbai

Lawford, A. J., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Lawrence, J., second officer, steamer Powan, Hongkong and Canton Lawrence, H. P., (Oriental Bank) acting accountant, Singapore Lawrence, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East point

Lawrence, S. F., constable, British Consulate, Nagasaki

Lawroff, Capt.-L cut., port captain, Wladiwostock

Lawson, W., (Jas. Motion) watchinaker, Singapore

Lawson, J. F., third engineer, revenue s'camor Fei-hoo, Amoy

Lay, W. G., assistant, Maritime Customs, Foochow

Lay, W. T., Ma: itime Customs commissioner, Newchwang

Lay, A., Maritime Customs assistant (absent)

Layard, Rev., R. de B., student interpreter, British Legation, Tokio Layco, J., padre sacristan, ecclesiastical department, Manila Layton, De Westley, (Elles & Co.) clerk, Amoy

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   Layton, B., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Lazare, Rev. Fr., missionary, Mot Kasar, Cambodia Lazaroo, P., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Lazcanotegui, facultativo, Sanidad, Manila

Lea, W. H., (Holme & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Leach, A. W., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Leaman, Rev. C., missionary, Hangchow

   Leano, A., assistant, department of forests, Naraga, Philippines Leat, T. W., Maritime Customs gunuer, Tientsin

Leatham, J., (New Harbour Dock Co.) moulder, Singapore

Learned, Rev. D. W., missionary, Kioto, Japan

Leatherbarrow, T. M., boarding officer, Harbour Master's department Lebedeff, W., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Lebedeff, N. R., (A. L. Rodionoff & Cv.) clerk, Hankow

Lebedeff, J. R., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Le Breton, L., assistant examiner, Maritime Customs, Ichang Lebrun, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon Lebrun, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lebury, J., (P. & (). S.N. Co.) gunner, West point Léchelle, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Lechler, Rev. R., missionary, Basil Mission Leckie, Chas., (Borneo Company) clerk, Singapore Leckie, John, (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, Yokohama Lecocq, conductor, public works department, Saigon Lecocq, sub-chief, direction of the interior, Saigon Lecomte, D., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio Lecoq, pilot, Haiphong

Lecot, telegraphist, Saigon

Lederer, F., (Katz Brothers) assistant, Singapore

Ledesena, P., merchant, Iloilo

Ledesma, C., coadjutor, cura parroco, Iloilo

Ledesma, F., trader, Iloilo

Ledyard, H. C., surgeon dentist, Shanghai

Lee, E., captain, steamer Hongkong, Hongkong and Shanghai

Lee, Jolin, assistant inspector of brothels

Lees, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin

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Lees, W., pilot, Nagasaki

Leesen, J. V., (Staehelin & Stahlknecht) clerk, Singapore

Lect, Miss L., missionary, Tokio

Lefavour, G. B., first officer, steamer White Cloud, Hongkong and Macao Lefebre, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Leffmann, J. H., (Hesse & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Legarda, T. P., (J. M. Tuns n & Co.) merchant, Manila

Legg, W. H., quarter-master in charge, Customs cruiser Ling Feng, Chefoo

Leggatt, W., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang

Legge, H., (M. B. M. S. S. C) barge keeper, Hingo

Legge, W., (Hughes & Legge) broker, Queen's road

Legb, E. C., professor, school of naval mechanics, Imp rial Arsenal, Foochow Legrand, surgeou, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong

Legrand, A., harbour master, and superintendent of police, Haiphong

Le Grand, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Hakodate

Lehmann, P., (C. S. Churton & Co.) druggist, Shanghai

Lehmann, R., Kioto, Japan

Leboliqus, engineer, Poh Hee's Rice Mill; Bangkok

Leicester, A. B., apothecary, lunatic asylum, Singapore Leicester, R. B., clerk, audit office, Singapore

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Leicester, S, chief clerk, Police Court, Penang

Leigh, R. K, Surveyor-general's office

Leiper, E. F., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Swatara

Leiria, A., clerk, Post-office

  Leisk, W. R., (E. & H. Hinnekinit) merchant and acting Consul for Belgium, Singapore Leitch, P. A, engineer, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Leite, E. P., clerk, Colonial Secretary's office, Macao

Leite, L. P., clerk and notary public, Macao

Leite, Mrs. S., teacher, Government Girls' School, Macao

Leith, A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) ageut, Foochow

Leithen, R., von der, Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Canton

Lelièvre, (H. Péré) assistant, Shanghai

Lemaire, G., consul for France, Arbuthnot road

Lemarchand, F. W., (Agra Bank) manager, Shanghai

Lembke, Justus P., merchant and commission agent, Club Chambers

Le Mée, l'Abbè, curate of Saigon

Lemke, F., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Lemonnier, Rev. E., procureur general, French Roman Catholic Mission, Staunton street Lemos, V. de P. C., enfermeiro, military hospital, Macao

Lemos, J. C. de, lieutenant, commanding Ta pa fort, Macao

Lemuet, telegraphist, Saigon

Lenny, Wm., manager, Goveri ment Iron Works, Wladiwostock Lent, R. J., assi tant, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Leny, A. C., "La Estrela del Norte," Manila

Lenz, Dr., student interpreter, German Legation, Peking Lenz, T., (Faber & Voigt) merchant, Hiego

Leon, M. Ponce, (J. Zobel) assistant, Tondo, Philippines Leon, M., sheriff's officer

Leon, L. de, (M. G. Galian) assistant, Manila Leon, J., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila Leonhardt, Rev. T., Basil Mission, Fuchukphai

Lépissier, E. L., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton Lepoux, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Lep eux, paymaster, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong

Leroux, J., first lieutenant, Chinese gunboa: Ching-tsing, Canton

Lescasse, J., (M. B. M. S. S. Co.) civil engineer and architect, Tokio

Leslie, W. H., second engineer, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong and Manila

Leslie, J., chief engineer, steamer Arratoon Apear, Hongkong & Calcutta

Leslie, J., third engineer, steamer Danube, Hongkong & Bangkok

Leslie, B. S., Maritime Customs assistant, N wchwang

Lesslar, H., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Peuang

Lesslar, D. E., surveyor, public works department, Malacca

Lessler, E. E., (W. H·ll & Co.) clerk, Penang

Lessler, Paul, (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent)

Lesslore, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Lester, H., architect, &c., Shanghai

Letchford, W., (Chartered Bank) sub-accountant, Manila

Letchford, R. H., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Lete sier, Rev. H. C., Fr nch Catholic missionary, Singapore

  Lethbridge, G., (Oriental Bank) acting manager, Shanghai (absent) Letv noff, S. W., (Piatkoff, M Ichauoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Leusch, R., (Bar Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila Levett, E. B. B., flug lieutenant, H M.S. Iron Duke Levitt, W. S. B., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers Levy, L., manager, Echo du Japon, Yokohami

Levy, S. E., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Foochow

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Levy, A., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Lewis, J., second officer, steamer Kwangtung, Hongkong and Foochow

Lewis, J., (Ramsay & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Lewis. Lieut. D. F., instructor of musketry, East Kent Regiment, Singapore Lewis, W., constable, British Consulate, Amoy

Lewis, B., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Lewis, A., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai

Lewis, H., (Poh Chin Soo's Rice Mill) engineer, Patrew, Bangkok

Lewis, G., (Lewis & Hopkins) ship broker, Shanghai

Leyba, E., aide-de-camp to Governor-general of Philippines Leyburn, F., (Odell & Leyburn) merchant, Foochow Leyser, captain, H.E. the Kromahtah's yach', Bangkok Leyser, A, commissioner of Customs, Bangkok Leysner, C. E. A., merchant & German consul, Niigata L'Hermith, sub-lieutenant, French troops, Hanoi Liaigre, J., Maritime Customs examiner, (absent) Lichtensteiger, J., (Sulzer & Co ) clerk, Manila Lichtenstein, L., Yokohama

Liddell, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Liddell, J., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, Swatow

Lid·lell, C. O., (W. Birt & Co.) commission merchant, Shanghai

Liddell, J. G., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) superintendent, Kowloon

Liddelow, R., (Sayle & Co) warehouseman, Singapore

Liedeke, L., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hankow

Lieder, P., (B. Telge) clerk, Shanghai

Liger, E., S.J., missionary, Shanghai

Liger, clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Lightfoot, Miss F. B., missionary, Ningpo

Lightwood, H., captain, steamer Albay, Coast

Ligneul, Rev., F., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Lihacheff, N. J., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Lima, M. S., (Dunn, Melbye & Co.) clerk, Stanley street

Lima e Almeida, A. J. de, engineer, Portuguese gunboat Tamega Limas, M. C. da S., surgeon, Portuguese gunboat Tamega Limby, H. J., (Forrester, Lavers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Linares, F., interventor, ordenacion de pagos, Manila

Lincoln, J. H., Tamil interpreter, Supreme Court, Penang

Lind, A., agent, P. & O. S. N. Co., Shanghai

Lind, A. A., (Cuare, Lind & Co.) silk and tea inspector, &c., Canton

Linde, F. D., proprietor, "Star Ho: el," Queen's road Central

Lindener, H., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Lindholm, O. W., (Lindholm & Co.) merchant, Wladiwostock (absent)

Lindsay, G., (Myburgh & Dowdall) clerk, Shanghai

Lindsay, Lieut. and commander, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Lindsay, Rev. T., missionary, Tokio

Lindsay, W. B., chief officer, steamer Consolation, Hongkong an 1 Bangkok

Lindsay, G. A., (P. Maclean & Co.) merch n, Shanghai

Lindsay, J., inspector of police, Central Station

Lindsley, John, (Frazar & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Lines, A. J., (China & Japan Trading Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Linklater, M., pilot, Swałow

List, E., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Liot rd, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Lissa, Á. M. van, (Van Lissa Brothers) instrument maker, Yokohama

Lister, W. H., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Lister, A., Postinaster-general and collector of Stamp Revenue

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Littayé, commissioner of marine, Saigon

Litchfield, H. C., barrister-at-law, Yokohama Little, W. N., assistant engineer, U.S.S. Monocacy Little, W. D., (Carter & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Little, M., (John Little & Co.) warehouseman, Singapore (absent) Little, R., M.D., Singapore Dispensary, Singapore

Little, R. W., (Little & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Little, L. S., M.D., physician to General Hospital, Shanghai

Little, Arch. J., (Little & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Livesey, J., in charge gunpowder depôt

Livingston, J., sergeant, river police, Shanghai

Livingstone, R., chief engineer, steamer Consolation, Hongkong and Bangkok Livingstone, H. W., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Lizaraga, T., merchan', Iloilo

Llado, J., teniente, seccion de archivo, Manila

Llano, J. S., teniente ayu lante, carabineros, Manila Llanos, P. S., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila Llaser, J. M., judge, Alcaldias mayores, Iloilo Llaveria, L., nssistant, Custom house, Manila

Lloyd, Lieut. C.P., East Kent Regiment, Singapore

Lloyd, Rev. L., missionary, Foochow

Lloyd, John T., (Powell & Co.) auctioneer, Singapore

Loam, W. B., clerk, engineers' dept., Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Lobato, de Faria, F., chancelier, Spanish consulate, Singapore

Lobo, Dr. B., medical practitioner, Macao (absent)

Lobo, A. F., secretary, Public Works Department, Macao (absent) Lobo, F. da C., lawyer, Macao

Lochhead, John H., M.D., Elgin street

Lockhart, J. H. S., cadet, civil service, Hongkong

Loercher, Rev. J., missionary, Basil Mission, (absent)

Loff, J. D, "Hotel de la Paix," proprietor, Singapore

Loff, P. H., captain, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok Loft, L., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Newchwang Loftus, A. J., Government surveyor, Bangkok Logan, J. H., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Shanghai Logan, D., barris'er-at-law, solicitor general, Singapore

Lohan, O., secretary, German Consulate, Singapore

Lohmann, H., (Lohmann & Co.) tailor, &c., Yokohama Loiseleur, contractor, Saigon

Lombard, telegraph overseer, Saigon

Lombard, Rev. E., French missionary, Mu'ang Phrom, Bangkok

Lommé, telegraphist, Cape St. James, Cochin China

Long, S., captain, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Long, Rev. C. S. missionary, Nagasaki

Long, B., compositor, Japan Herald office, Yokohama

Long, G. J., gunner, H.M. gun-vessel Midge

Longa, N., (Larrinaga & Co.) merc! ant. Manil

Longford, J. H., acting vice-consul, H.B.M. Consulate, Tokio

Loomis, H. agent American Bible Society, Yokohama

Loowsky, P., Russian missionary, Tokio

Lopes, J., contador interino, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Lopes, T. M., assistant usher, Police court

Lopes, E. do N., lieutenant, second bat'alion, Macao

I opes, C. V., cap tain, National Battalion, Macao Lopes, L. J., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's road Lopes, L. L., ligh: keeper, Cape d'Aguilar

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Lopes, C. J., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road Lopez, J., mayor, presidio, Manila

Lopez, M., director, Sanidad militar, Manila

Lopez, F., capitan, guarda civil veterana, Manila Lopez, C., vice-consul for Portugal, Iloilo

Lopez, P. E., assistant, Custom house, Iloilo

Lopez, E., clerk, Procurador's department, Macao

Lopez y Solano, S., ayudante, inspection de montes, Bacolod, Negros Lord, C. A., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton Lord, F., gunner, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton Lord, Rev. E. C., D.D., missionary, Ningpo

Lorgeou, chancelier-interprète, French consulate, Bangkok Lösch, E., (Lösch & Fairless) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Loscido, F. L., comisario adminis. del ejercita, Manila Lotz, H., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Loubens de Verdalle, clerk, Colonial Treasury, Saigon Louden, A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) fitter, Singapore Loughlin, J., warder, gaol, Penang

Louis, Bro, director, D'Adran School, Saigon

Louis, Bro., assistan:, West Point reformatory

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Louis, Rev. W., Rhenish Miss. Society, Fukwing, acting suptdt. Berlin Foundling House Loup, F., (L. Vrard Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Loup, P., (L. Vrard & Co.) storekeeper, Tientsin

Loureiro, Mrs. Jessie W., mistress, College de Sta. Roza, Macao

Loureiro, E., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya cepiral

Loureiro, J. da S., consul for Portugal, Chancery lane

Loureiro, H., clerk, Marine department, Penang

Lourenço, F., boatswain, Water police, Macao

Lourme, sub-chief of Cochin-China telegraph service, Saigon

Lourtis, paymaster, French cruiser Parsera!, Haiphong

Lousteau, overseer of quays, Saigoa

Louvel, officer of ordnance, Saigon

Lovatt, W. N., harbour master, Tientsin

Lovell, M., Jr., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Loveridge, T., (Robinson & Co.) draper, Singapore

Low, E. G., (Fearon, Low & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Lowcock, H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Pottinger street (absent)

Lowder, J. F., counsel to Japanese Customs, Yokohama

Lowe, C., (Chart red Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore

Lowe, Robt, chief engineer, steamer Yangtze, Hongkong and Shanghai

Lowe, S. S. (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) manager, Stanley street

Lowell, J., proprietor, "Union Hotel," Singapore

Lowenstern, von, Kapitan-li ut., H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Lowndes, R. W., (Norton & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Central

Lowry, J. H., Maritime Customs as-istant and medical officer, Shanghai Lowry, Rev. H. H., missionary, Peking

Lowry, A. C., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Lowson, J. W., lieutenant, gunboat Chen-to, Canton

Lowther, Miss A., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Loxley, H. H., (W. R. Loxley) clerk, Queen's road

Loxley, W. R., commission agent, Queen's roal

Loxton, W., municipal police sergeant, Yokohama

Loyer, ensign, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong

Loyzaga, Viuda C. A. de, printer and publisher, Manila

Lozano, F., (H. G. Brown) assistant, Laguimanoc, Philippines Lozario, T., consul-general for Spain, Amoy

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Lubbé, G., assistant, Telegraph office, Wladiwostock

  Lubeck, H. C., (De Souza & Co.) printer, Wellington street Lubeck, L. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Luby, J. F., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Alert

  Luca, Count, F. de, minister resident for Italy, Peking Lucas, C., (Lucas & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Lucas, Henry, merchant, Hiogo

Lucciana, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

  Luccumsey, Jairazbhoy, (R. Habibbhoy) manager, Shanghai Luce, G. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Luceno, P., cleik, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Luceno y Bulgarin, P., accountant-general's office, Manila

Luchsinger, R., (Luchsinger & Co.) clerk, Iloito

Luchsinger, F., merchant, and vice-consul for Germany, Iloilo (absent)

Luders, A., (F. Engler & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Ludewig, J., (J. Zobel) chemist, Binondo, Philippines

Ludlum, T. E., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Ludwig, H., merchant, Yokohama

Lugo, C., (F. Engler & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Luhrss, W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Luna, S. G., contador, gefe de hacienda, Manila

Luna, F. S., magistral, ecclesiastical departiment, Manila Luneau, A. M. C., Roman Catholic missionary, Hiogo Luong, P., clerk, Municipal department, Saigon Luperne, pilot, Saigon

Lute, Miss J. A., missionary, Tokio

Luther, C. A., (S. C. Farnliam & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Luther, H., (Langgard, Kleinwort & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Luther, C. F., constable, river police, Shanghai Lütjens, J., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) merchant, Singapore Lutz, C, (Lutz & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent) Luz, Joaquina da, mistress, College de Sta. Roza, Macao Luz, P. J., da, professor, St. Joseph's College, Macao Luz, S. da, (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Luz, F. P. da, major of Police, Macao

  Luz, M., printer, St. Joseph's College, Macao Luz, P. da, deputy foreman, Daily Press office

Luz, V. E. da, Procurador's department, Macao

Luz, L. J. A. da, lightkeeper, Shanghai

Luz, F. M. da, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Luz, J. A. da, proprietor, Commercial Printing office, Wyndhan street

Luz, A. F. da, clerk and interpreter, Portuguese consulate, Bangkok

Lyall, H., R. A., inspector of warlike stores

Lyall, H., Maritime Customs assistant, Tientsin

Lyall, Alexr., medical missionary, Swatow

Lyall, R., (Norton & Co.) merchiant, Queen's road central Lyell, T., marine surveyor, Chefoo

Lyenberger, Rev. J. A., missionary, Chef o

  Lynborg, C P. C., Maritime Customs tilewaiter, Shanghai Lyon, J. M., (J. M. Lyon & Co.) engineer, Singapore Lyon, Rev. D. N., missionary, Hangchow (absent) Lyra, Rev. Lucas, vicar of St. Lazare's Church, Macao Lysaught, W., inspector in charge or Naval Yard Police

Maack, H. F., (Mack & Co.) merent, and acting Italian consul, Singapore Maben, G. B., carpenter, H.B.M.S. Fictor Emanuel

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MacArthur, J., Hiogo

FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

MacArthur, H., ship broker, Yokohama

Macbeth, J. R., (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Maccall, A. V., paymaster, II.M. corvette Curacoa

MacCarthy, R. F., staff surgeon, H. M. sloop Flying Fish

MacClymont, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Maccoll, A., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) merchant, Java

MacDonald, T. J., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai MacDougal, Dr. A. M., physician, Shanghai (absent)

MacEwen, A. P., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Praya

MacFarlane, W., clerk, St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore

MacFarlane, W., assistant editor, Shanghai Mercury, Shanghai

MacGibbon, T., merchant, Iloilo

Macgowan, D. J., M.D., Customs assistant and medical officer, Wênchow Macgowan, Rev. John, missionary, Amoy

Macgregor, Robt, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Macgregor, H., (Delacamp, Macgregor & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Macgregor, J., (M. B. M. S. S. Co.) engineer, Yokohama

Macgregor, A. M., protector of immigrants, Penang

Macgregor, R., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Tientsin

Macgregor, J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Queen's rcad

Macgregor, J., (A. Provand & Co.) clerk, Shanghai (absent)

Machado, A. D., (Hongkong, Canton, and Macão S. B. Co.) clerk, Queen's road Machado, M., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street

Machado, F., clerk, Harbour-master's office

Machado, F. G., postinaster, British Post-ffice, Shanghai

Machado, J. M. É., clerk, Post-office

Machaffie, D., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East Point

MacIntosh, J. D., (Oriental Bink Corporation) assist. accountant, Queen's road

MacIntyre, Rev. John, missionary, Newchwang

Mackay, A., manager, The Dispensary, Singapore

Mackay, Geo. D., (W. F. Stevenson) assistant, Manila

Mackay, Rev. G. L., missionary, Tamsui

Mackenzie, R. F., commander, E. E., A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s str. Agnes, Singapore Mackenzie, E. C., chief officer, E. E, A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s str. Agnes, Singapore Mckenzie, C. D., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Mackenzie, J., supdt. of gun factory, Kiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai

Mackenzie, J., (M. B. M. S. S. Co.) en ineer, Yokohama

Mackenzie, M., Maritime Customs examiner, Chinkiang

Mackenzie, Jas., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Mackenzie, Rev. J. K., medical missionary, Tientsin

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Mackenzie, R., (Mackenze & Co., and Lane, Crawford & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai Mackenzie, Rev. H. L., M.A., missionary, Swatow

Mackenzie, Geo., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, and Danish consul, Manila

Mackertoom, J. G., commission agent, Singapore

Mackey, Jas., Maritime Customs deputy commissioner. Shangbai

Mackey, Jos., third engineer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Mackie, A., inspector of police

Mackintosh, E., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Queen's road

Mackintosh, L., (Mackintosh, Dudgeon & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai (absent)

MacLagan, R., engineer, Government mint, Kawasaki

MacLaren, Rev. S. G., missionary, Tokio

Maclay, R. H., (Pethick, Maclay & Co.) merchant, Tientsin

Maclay, Rev. R. S., D.D., missionary, Yokohama (absent)

Maclean, A., (Clyde Saw Mills) clerk, Bangkok

Maclean, G. F., merchant, and consular agent for Japa", &c., Chefoo

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Maclean, H. C., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queer.'s road central Maclean, W. S., (Blain & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Maclean, P., (P. Maclean & Co) merchant, Shanghai

Maclehose, J., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Macleod, J. B., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Manila

Macleod, A. H., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Manila

Macleod, J. F., (Macleod & Co) clerk, Manila

Macleod, Neil, (Henderson & Macleod) medical practitioner, Shanghai Macleod, N., (Macleod & Co.) merchant, Mauila and Cebu

Macleod, A. S., (Macleod & Co.) merchant, Manila

Macmillan, A., (M. B. M. S. S. Co.) superintending engineer, Tokio

Mac Morran, J., sub-accountant, Chartered Bank of India, &c., Shanghai MacMunn, J. A., surgeon, H.B.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Macnab, J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Manila

Macomber, W. H., merchant, Shanghai

Macphail, T., Maritime Customs examiner, Chiakiang

Macpherson, A., shipwright, Nagasaki

Macpherson, A. J., merchant, Yokohama

Macpherson, M. T. B., (Browne & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Mactavish, Jas. W. (C. S. Churton & Co.) druggist, Shanghai

Mactavish, A. D., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Mactavish, A. B., captain, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta Madar, M. H., clerk, Commissariat and Transport department

Madar, I. P., (Hongkong Hotel) clerk, Que n's road

Madar, A. R., clerk, Colonial Treasury

Madden, M., (Howarth, Erskine & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Madde ́s, H. J., M.D., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Madeira, J. R., lieutenant, police force, Macao

Madeley, G. H., staff surgeon, H.B.M. sloop Albatross

Madrigal, I., professor de Farmacia, Universidad de Filippinos, Manila

Maestracci, ensign, French gunboat Surprise, Haiphong

Magalhães, F. S.., civil doctor, Manila

Magdalena, S., pr. visor, ecclesiastical department, Iloilo

Magglioli, surgeon, Quinhon

Magno, F., (Earnshaw & Co.) moulder, Manila

Mahan, Lieut. D. II., U.S. sloop Ashuelot

Mahen, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Maher, F. F., ensign, police, Macao

Maber, F., (Celestial Empire office) compositor, Shanghai

Maher, J. A., (Brown & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Maher, M. M., (M. A. dos Remedios) clerk, Macao

Mahnz, H., Hiogo

Mahomed, E. J., (N. M. Khamissa) draper, Macao

Mahomed, E., (Jairazbboy Pee, bhoy) clerk, Wellington street

Mahomed, B. John, (Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy) manager, Wellington street

Mahometano, D, timber merchant, Iloilo

Mahon, J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner (absent)

Mahoney, J. E., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Mahoney, C., gunner, H B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Maignan Champromain, H., French postmaster, Shanghai

Maigre, K., (Maigre & Co.) engineer, Yokohama

Maigre, L., (Maigre & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Main, E. J., chief engineer, steamer Ningpo, Hongkong and Shangbai Main, J. L., captain, steam tug Sanspareil, Bangkok Maisonneufve-Lacoste, counsellor, Court of Appeal, Saigon

Maitland, H., (Hyde, Hertz & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

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Maitland, A. W., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) assistant accountant, Foochow

Maitland, J., (J: Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Maitland, J. A., (Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Major, Ernest, general manager, Shun-pau office, Shanghai

Major, F., (Major & Co.) merchant, Hankow

    Makoffsky, J., chief of Government Store department, Wladiwostock Malantic, R., (J. Zobel) assistant, Batangas, Phillipines

Malcampo, Quioga J., (Malcampo & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Malcolm, J. W., (Geo. Smith & Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Malcolm, W. A., (Malcolm & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Malende, A., interpreter, Russian Legation, Tokio

Malherbe, R. de, (Bovet Bros & Co.) cl.rk, Shanghai

Malherbe, L., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent) Maloney, F., pay clerk, U.S.S. Monocacy

Maligin, A. P., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Foochow Mallory, E., Maritime Customs, assistant examiner, Tientsin Mallory, L., proprietor, Hongkong Timber Yard, Wanchai Malsch, C. C., civil engineer, Shanghai

Manacoff, storekeeper, Wladiwostock

Mañano, R., medical practitioner, Iloilo

Manasseh, S., (Manasseh, Aaron & Co.) merchant, Singapore Mancini, Mrs. J. R., proprietor, Bellevue Hotel, Nagasaki Maneckjee, E., (Merwanjee, Maneckjee & Co.) manager, Canton Manger, A. T., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) merchant, Praya Manissol, Rev. C. L., French Catholic Mission, Penang Manley, J. T., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton 'Manley, E. H. R., (P.M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Mann, J., medical practitioner, Amoy

Mann, W., (Whitfield & Dowson) assistant, Yokohama

Manners, T. N., Maritime Customs tide surveyor, Shanghai

Manning, J. M., gunner, U.S.S. Richmond

Manning, C. E., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Manotoc, C., (Battle, Hermanos & Co.) clerk, Manila

Mansfield, R. W., acting British vice-consul, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Mansfield, Geo. J., (W. Mansfield & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Manson, W., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Manson, P., M.D., physician, Amoy

Manuel, V., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Cebu

Manz, J., (Hirsbrunner & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Maojee, Soomorbhoy, (E. Pubaney) manager, Shanghai

Mapa, V., solicitor, Iloilo

Marbot, assist. commissioner, Marine Hospital, Saigon

Marcaida, Dr. F. de, profesor de derecho civil, University, Manila

Marcaida, J. J. de, pawnbroker, Manila

Marcaillon, telegraphist, Saigon

Marçal, S., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, D'Aguilar street

Marçal, J. F., foreman, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

Marçal, E. M., chief clerk, Colonial Treasury, Macao

Marçal A. A., proprietor and publisher, Amoy Gazette, Amoy

Marçal, D. F. R., overseer, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

Marçal, F. S., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Marçal, F. de P., ajudante, tax office, Macao

March, G. E., A.C.G.O., seinor Ordnance Store officer

Marchal, recevier, registry of lands, Saigon

   Marco, M., padre sacristan, ecclesiastical department, Manila Marcus, P. F., seventh clerk, Post office, Singapore

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Marcus, F. H., clerk, Alexandra powder magazine, Singapore Marcus, S. R.. (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Foochow Marcus, W. I. J., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) godown clerk, Singapore Marcus, S., (S. Marcus & Co.) importer, Yokohama Marcus, A., (S. Marcus & Co.) importer, Yokohama Marcus, E., (S. Marcus & Co.) importer, Yokohama Mardfeldt, J. F., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Peddar's wharf Maréchal, conductor, public works department, Sa gen Margotin, lime-kiln, Pnom-cau-long, Cambodia

Marien, J. S., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) clerk, Foochow Marin y Roldan, J., clerk, tribunal de cu ntas, Manila Marin, P. G., letrado, consejo de administracion, Manila Marin, P., sugar manufacturer, Iloilo

Marin, J. P., telegraph official, Manila

Marin, Rev. J., secretary, French mission, Bangkok Marin, pilot, Saigon

Marina, J., commandante, Estado mayor, Matila

Marines y Mas, M., teniente ayudante, crabineros, Philippines Mariuge, H. V., S.J., missionary, Shanghai

Marins, clerk, Court of appeal, Saigon

Marnowich, A., (C. Goldenstält) assistant, Wladiwostock Markwick, R., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai Marniand, Rev. J. F., Kon an Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

  Marquant, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Marquerie, A., assistaut, Custom House, Mauila

Marques, L. P., acting assist. superintenden, civil hospital

Marques, J. P., (Vogel & Co ) clerk, Shanghai

Marques, L. J. M., captain, National battalion, Macao

Marques, F. M. P., student interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao

Marques, E., (Eça da Silva & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Marques, D. S., (J. Noble) assistant, Queen's road

Marques, Mrs. C., teacher, Government girls' school, Macao

Marques, T. M., clerk, Municipal Chamber, Macao

Marques, D. P. d'A, clerk, Public Works department, Macao

Marques, C. V., (Reiss & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Marques, E. J., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Yokohama

Marques, E., interpreter, procurador's department, Macao

Marques, F.J., lieut., teacher of mathematics and navigation, Government school, Macao- Marques, Lourenço, merchant, Macao

Marques, E. Pio, (L. Marques) clerk, Macao

Marques, F. P., treasurer, Municipal Chamber, Macao

Marqueti, M. P., merchant, Manila

Marquis, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Marr, Thos., reporter, China Mail office, Wyndham street

Marris, Rev. G., mis-ionary, Canton

Marrot, Jr., storekeeper, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Marrot, Vve., storekeeper, Puom-penh, Cambodia

Marsh, D., teacher, Government school, Singapore

Marsh, Hon. W. H., C.M.G. colonial s cretary and auditor general (absent)

Marsh, S., (Tokmakoff, Sheveloff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Marshall, A. C., (Chartered Bank of India) sub accountant, Queen's road

Marshall, F. L., (J. M. Cory) assistant, Shangbai

Marshall, F. W., (Chartered Bank) sub accountant, Manila

Marshall, D., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Marshall, T., broker, Shanghai

Marshali, F. Julian, surveyor, H.B.M. Works department, Shanghai

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Marshall, John, Hingo

Martel, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai Martellière, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Marten, R., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Praya Martens, J., agent, Netherlands Trading Society, Singapore Marti, V., (J. Zobel) chemist, Guagna, Philippines

Marti, B., "Los Catalanes," Manila

Martin, C. O., gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake Martin, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Martin, A. S., usher, Police Court

Martin, J, light keep r, Middle Dog Light! ouse, Amoy

Martin, J. P., (Mathieu & Co.) clerk, Penaug

Martin, P., Maritime Customs assistant, Chinkiang

Martin, P., surgeon major, army medical department, Manila Martin, R. H., boatswain, H.B.M. corvette Comus Martin, H. C., lieutenant, H.B. M. sloop Albatross Martin, C. J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Martin, J. M., professor of medicine, University, Manila

Martin," Restaurant de Tonquin," Haiphong

Martin, A. M., (John Little & Co.) warehouseman, Singapore

Martin, G., Junr., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) merchant, Manila

Martin, W. A. P., LL.D., president, College of Peking, Peking (absent)

Martin, Rev. J. P., Roman Catholic pro-vicar apostolic, Bangkok

Martin, Miss, superintendent, Hongkew School, Shanghai

Martin, first lieutenant, French troops, Haiphong

Martin, G., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Foochow

Martin, J. R., assistant paymaster, U.S. corvette Alert

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

Martin, J., Junr., (Martin & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

    Martin-Lanciarez, Cav. E., Chargé d'Affaires, Italian Legation, Tokio Martinet, clerk, Privy Council, Saigon

Martinet, Rev. J. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Martinez, A., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Ililo

Martinez, D., aide-de-camp to Captain General of Poilippines

Martinez, J., capitan, guardia civil veterana, Manila

Martinez, F., alfererce, guardia civil veterana, Manila Martinez, G., (Battle Hermanos & Co.) cashier, Manila Martinez, E. M., (Genato & Co.) assistant, Manila Martinez, L., clerk, Contaduria de hacienda, Manila Martinez, F. de P., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila Martinez, E., assistant, public works department, Manila Martinez, R S. J., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) clerk, Manila Martinez, P. F., promotor fiscal, ecclesiastical dept., Manila Martinoff, J., teacher, Government School, Wladiwos ock Martinon, F., proprietor," Imprimerie Commerciale," Saigon Martins, R. F., (Celestial Empire office) foreman, Shanghai Martins, C. F. F., acting inspector, do Almexarifado de Guerra, Macao Marty, A. R., merchant and commission agent, Queen's road Marty, P., (A. R. Marty) assistant, Haiphong

Martyn, Miss E, (Mrs. E. A. Vincent) assistant, Yokohama Marvar, E. G., tente. coronel, carabineros, Manila

    Marwood, R. R., assist. paymaster, H. B.M. corvette Cleopatra Marzal, J. de L., interpreter, Spanish Legation, Peking Marzano, Dr. M., profesor de derecho civil, University, Manila Mas, A. de, assistant, public works department, Manila Mascarenhas, J. S., storekeeper, Hiogo

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Masfen, L. C., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) manager, Yokohama Masius, F., (A. Markwald & Co.) clerk, Bangkok

Masius, W., (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent) Maskoleff, A. P., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow Masle, G. R., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

  Masso, Salvador, Spanish Mission, Haiphong Mason, C. E., lieutenant, U.S.S. Monocacy

Mason, Rev. G. L., missionary, Ningpo

Mason, A., mechanic, Maritimes Customs engineer's office, Shanghai

Mason, W. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

Mason, Geo., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Cantou

Mason, W. B., clerk, Government telegraphs, Nagasaki

Mass, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Massa, V., abogado, Iloilo

Massé, H., po. tmaster and treasurer, Haiphong

Massé, assistant treasurer, Colonial Treasury, Saigon

Massie, J. S., International Hotel, Nagasaki

Masters, Rev. F., missionary, Canton

Mata, M. F., escribano, Alcaldias Mayores, Petotan, Philippines

  Matchitt, H., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road Mateer, Rev. C. W., Laissionary, Tung-chow-foo

Mateling, G., clerk, German consulate, Amoy

Mather, H. L., lightkeeper, Green Island lighthouse Mathieson, J., inspector of police, central station

Mathiez, C., (Imprimerie Commercia.e) foreman, Saigon Mathiez, J. C., manager, L'Ere Nouvelle, Saigon

Mathisen, W., (Behre & Co.) clerk, Saigon Matibran, A., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Matrat, Rev. R. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Matsudaria, consul for Japan, Wladiwo tock

Matthews, E. S., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Kokonoye-maru, Japan Matti, F., (F. Matti & Sons) watchmaker, Manila

Matti, J. M., (F. Matti & Sons) watchmaker, Manila

Matti, F. G., (F. Matti & Sons) watchmaker, Manila

Matute, J. M., clerk, contaduría de hacienda, Manila

  Maude, C. T., second secretary, British Legation, Peking Maundrell, Rev. H., missionary, Nagasaki

Maury, J. Luis, Governor's office, Manila

Mauss, slaughter-house foreman, Saigon

Mauve, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Maw, D., (John Little & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mawbey, Rev. W. G., medical missionary, Hankow

Mawhood, F., proprietor, Shanghai Horse Repository and Criage Factory, Shanghai Mawjee, Jafferbhoy, (Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy) clerk, Wellington street

Maxwell, W J., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Maxwell, J. B., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Maxwell, R. W., superintendent of police, Penang

May, J. C., (Hunt & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

May, C., lightkeeper, Ockseu lig toouse, Amoy May, W. B, sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus May, J. H., Maritime Customs tidesurveyor (absent) May, A. J., master, Education department May, F. N., assistant, Maritime Customs (absent) May, G., storeman, H.M. Naval Yard

Mayer, R, photographer, Manila

Mayer, Alb., contractor and timber merchant, Saigon

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Mayers, Jos. L., (Langfieldt & Mayers) clerk, Yokohama Mayet, P., counsellor, Finance Department, Tokio Mayhew, A., editor, Celestial Empire, Shanghai

Maymo, J., acting commandant general of naval forces, Mania Maynard, H. R., chemist, Penang

Mayue, J., chief officer, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok Mayne, J. G., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Mazery, Rev. C., French Catholic Mission, Laroot

Mazzano, B., secretario, ayuntamiento, Manila

Mazsing, J., teacher, Government School, Wla liwostock

McAlpine, J., engineer, Bangkok

McBain, Geo., broker, &c., Gough street

McBean, T. R., usher and bailiff, and Hin lustani interpreter, Supreme Court McBreen, J., clerk, Ordnance Store department

McCa lum, Captain H. E., deputy colonial engineer,

Penang

McCallum, H., apothecary and analyst, Governm nt Civil Hospital

McCallum, J., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

McCallum, A., (Boyd & C.) assistant, Shangliai

McCappin, A., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

McCarthy, Staff Sgt. P., foreman, Ordnance Store, Singapore

McCarthy, J. F., chief warder, gaol, Penang

McCaslin, R. J., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

McCaslin, C. H., master, Tug-boat Association, Shanghai

McCauley, Rev. J. M., missionary, Tokio

McClatchie, H. P., British Consul, Chefoo

McClatchie, Rev. T., D.D., canon of the Cathedral, & Sec. C. M. Society, Shanghai McClellan, W., inspector of cargo boats & junks, Harbour Master's department

McClelland, Rev. S. C., missionary, Petchaburi, Siam

McColl, A., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Cosmop. Dock McCloskey, J. H., colonial surgeon, Province Wellesley

McConachie, A., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, d'Aguilar street

McCormick, P. J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bisbi steamer Shinagawa-maru

McCoy, Rev. D. C., missionary, Peking (absent)

McCracken, T., second engineer, steamer ichang, Hongkong and Canton

McCreath, J., third engineer, steamer Thales, Coast

McCulloch, Rev., missionary, Chefoo

McCulloch, D., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

McCulloch, J. B., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) merchant, Manila

McCully, J., war er, gaol, Singapore

McDonald, H. Y., (Boust ad & Co.) clerk, Penang

McDonald, Rev. Ñ. A., missionary and U.S. vice-consul, Bangko't

McDonald, Jas., (Chartered Bank) sub-accountant, Singapore

McDonald, C., pilot, Shanghai

McDonald, J. R., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

    McDonald, W., broker, and Government surveyor, Yokohama McEuen, J. P., R.N., assistant harbour master

McEwen, J. T., (Robt. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Hankow

McFarland, Rev. S. G., superintendent of education, Bangkok

McFarlane, F., commander M.B.M.S.S. Co.'s barque Kinokuni-maru

McFarlane, J. R., deputy inspector, Registration department, Penang McFarlane, E. P., medical missionary, Ichang

McGavin, J. D., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila McGee, B., assistant pipelayer, Water Works Co., Shanghai McGilvary, Rev. D., missionary, Chiang Mai, Siam (absent) McGrath, J. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, (binkiang McGrath, T. F., (C. & J. Trading Co.) agent, Hiogo

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McGregor, J., (Chira Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East Point McGregor, Rev. W., M.A., missionary, Amoy (absent) McGuines, E., second engineer, str. Kiukiang, Hongkong and Canton McHardy, J., (New Harbour Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Singapore Melunes, A., (Alex. Campbell) clerk, Kiukiang

McInnes, Jas., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) engineer, Singapore McInnes, H. A., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Shanghai McIntosh, A., second officer, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok McIntosh, G., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, Wanchai McIntosh, W., chief engineer, steamer Kwangtung, Coast McIntosh, J., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Amoy McIntyre, tid waiter, Bangkok

McIntyre, G. D., clerk, audit office, Singapore McIntyre, P., (E. F. Thomas) clerk, Penang

McIntyre, W., (l'anjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore McIntyre, A., chief engineer, steamer Lokien, Coa t McIntyre, N., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapo e

McIntyre, A. F., chief engineer, H.M.S. cotte Comus

McIntyre, A. J., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

McIver, D., M. D., staff surgeon, H.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Melver, Rev. Donald, missionary, Swatow

McIver, A., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) superintendent, Queen's road

McJankin, J., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

McKane, G., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

McKay, A., pilot, Foochow

McKay, John, sergeant of police

Mackean, E., barrister-at-law, Bank Buildings

McKeau, E., ucting statistical secretary, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

McKechine, A., third officer, Customs cruiser Kua Shing, Shanghai

McKechnie, W., second engineer, steamer Fokien, Coast

McKee, Rev. W. J., missionary, Ningpo

McKerge, F., (China and Japan Trading Company) assistant, Shanghai McKenzie, S. G., (P. Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

McKerrow, R. C., (McKerrow & Co.) clerk, Singapore

McKerrow, W., (McKerrow & Co.) merchant, Singapore McKibben, Rev. W. K., missionary, Swatow

McKie, J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

McKim, Rev. J., missionary, Osaka

McKinlay, A., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

McKinnan, second engineer, steamer Siam Supporter, Bangkok

McKinney, J., fourth water, Central School, Gough street (absent)

McKinnon, J. (Ea-tern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

McKitchine, D., fourth engineer, P. & O. steamer

McLaren, J., manager, Ice Manufactory, Singano.c McLean, F., assistant, Water Works Co., Shanghai McLean, W., ensign, U.S.S. Monocacy

McLean, R. H., master, U.S.S. Palos

lacca, Hongkong and Japan

  McLean, J., manager, Singapore Steam Saw Mill, Singapore McLean, L, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) boilermaker, Singapore McLeish, A. L., medical missionary, Amoy

  McLeish, S. M., (Victoria Dispensary) assistant, Peddar's Wharf McLellan, D., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistan, East point McLeod, A., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Shanghai McMahon, Cr.-sergt., clerk, Royal engineer department McMurdo, R., marine surveyor, Hunt's Block

McMurray, E. S., D.A.C.G., in charge of commissariat, Singapore

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McNab, J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) accountant, Manila

McNair, Hon. Major J. F. A., R. A., C.M.G., acting lieut.-governor, Penang McNaughton, J., second officer, steamer Consolation, Bangkok

McPherson, H. W., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co) chief clerk, Penang McQuhae, J. M, lieutenant and commander, H.B.M. sloop Flying Fish

McQuire, F., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pagoda Ancharage, Foochow

McRae, D., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, Fast point

    McRitchie, D., second engineer, P. & O. st amer Malacca, Hongkong and Japan McThorn, H., pilot, Newchwang

McWatters, John, (John Noble) assistant, Queen's road

Mead, Miss M., missionary, Osaka

    Meade, H. J., Maritime Customs chief tide surveyor, and barbour master, Canton Meadows, J. J., missionary, Shaobying, Ningpo

Mears, C. B., gas engineer, Inspectorate of Customs, Peking

Mechain, Bon Benoit, attaché, French Legation, Tokio

Medard, L., acting secretary, Imperial Arsenal, Foochow

Medicus, L. O., mate, lightship, Taku

Medina, L., (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Manila Medina, M., assistant, Custom house, Manila Medina, M. G., notario, Alcaldias Mayores, Iloilo M es, R. A., (A. Robinson) clerk, Shanghai

Meech, Rev. S. E., missionary, Peking Mehta, C. B., (Tata & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Mehta, K. B., broker, 7, Hollywood road

Mehta, D. N., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Takao

Mehta, H. M., (Framjee Horn.usjee & Co.) merc' ant, Hollywood road

Mehta, M. S., (Framjee Hormusjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road

Mehta, D. C., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Takao

Mehta, B. S., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) merchant and commission agent, Foochow Mehta, D. M., (Framjee Hormusjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road Mehta, S. M., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Gage street

Meiklejohn, R., printer, Yokohama

Mein, P. W., (Chartered Bank of India) agent, Manila Meira, F. X., lightkeeper, Turnabout lighthouse, Amoy

Meisner, C. F., (Möller & Meisner) shipchandler, Bangkok

Melbye, E. H., (Dunn, Melbye & Co.) clerk, Stanley street

Melbye, second engineer, Siamese steamer Siamese Crown, Bangkok Melbye, Emil, (Dunn, Melbye,& Co.) merchant, Stanley street

Meldrum, Jas., proprietor, Saw Mills and Gladstone tea estat, Johore Melentieff, J. E., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) cierk, Tientsin Melbuish, G, J., (Adamson Bell & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Mellis, Miss M., missionary, Swatow

Melliza, C., auctioneer, Iloilo

Mello, (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Saigon Mello, Ì. T. de, (De Mello & Kudus) broker, Penaug

Mello, J. J. de, clerk, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore

Mello, J. F. de, (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Mellottée, A., interpreter, French Consulate, Yokohama

Melson, J., drafstman, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore

    Melson, N. E, (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore Mena, T. A. de, magistrate, Manila

Menard, A, baker, Wladiwostock

Mencarini, J., Maritimes Customs assistant, Canton

Mencarini, A., Spanish consul, Bonham road

Mendel, Wm., (Melch.ers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Mendel, L., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) meichan', Shanghai

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Mendes, A. N., Junr., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Mendieta, M. G., (P. Sartorius) assistant, Manila

Mendonça, L. M., (Typographia Mercantil) foreman, Macao

Mendonça, H. A. M. de, clerk & wardimaster, Hospital de San Rafael, Macao

Ménétré, postmaster, Saigon

Menke, W., (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) agent, Singapore

Mensayas, F. F., suplente, supreme court, Manila

Menzies, C. de, (J. Baxter) clerk, Singapore

Menzies, J., third engineer, steamer Chiukiang, Hongkong and Shanghai Menzies, A. B., Maritime Customs chief examiner, Tientsin

Merandini, Haiphong

Mercer, S., boatswain, U.S.S. Richmond

Meredith, Rev. Colonial chaplain, Singapore

Mercier, ensign, French cruiser Champlain

Meregalli, E, (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Merenguel, A., chemist, Manila

Merian, J. R., (Ziegler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Merlande, administrator of native affairs, Sigon

Merrilees, A. G., proof reader, printing office, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Merrill, H. F., Maritime Customs assistant, Amoy

Merritt, C., sergeant major, Volunteer Corps, Shanghai

Merriman, W. L., clerk, Post office, Yokohama

Mer en, unter-lieut, H.I. German M.S. Stosch Merwanjee, S., broker, Peel street

Mery, E. de, (Julius Witte) assistan', Manila Mesa, E. M., Governor's office, Manila

Mesny, J., Maritime Customs eran:iner, Kiukiang Messier, clerk, Franco-Annamite Customs, Hanoi Mestrel, paymaster, French gunb at Lutin Métaver, architect and contracto:, Saigon Metta, D. N., (E. N. Metta) clerk, Canton Metta, E. N., merchant, Canton

Metta, S. F., (E. N. Metta) clerk, Hollywood road Metters, E. J., gunner, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra Mettlerkamp, F., (Möller & Meisner) clerk, Bangkok Meugniot, P. H., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai Meuser, O., (Adamson, Beil & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Meyer, A. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Wubu

Meyer, O., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) assistant, Wladiwostock Meyer, A. A., (Meyer & Co.) merchant, Hingo

Meyer, F. A., Tokio

Meyer, A. A., Malay in'erpreter, Supreme court, Singapore

Meyer, Th., consul for France, Singapore (absent)

Meyer, G. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow

Meyer, A., district commissary general

Meyer, W., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Meyer, C. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

Meyer, C., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Meyer, E. L., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Meyer, Th., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Meyer, H. B., nrchant, and vice-consul for Germany, &c., Ningpo

Meyer, J. D., (J. D. Meyer & Co.) shipwright, Swatow

Meyer, Adolph E., (Meyer & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Meyer, E., tailor, Manila

Meyer, E., (E. Meyer & Co) merchant, Tientsin (absent) Meyerink, W., (Wm. Meyerink & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

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Meyerink, H. F., (Meyer & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Meynet, Q., professor of medicine, University, Man:la Michael, J. R., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shangbai Michaelsen, St. C., (Melchers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Michaelsen, mariner, Bangkok

   Michaelson, G. H., captain, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers Michel, pilot, Saigon

Michel, A., manager, Cave du Medoc, Yok hama Michel, telegraphist, Taynin, Cochin China

Michel, A., lightkeeper, Breaker Point lighthouse, Amoy

Michell, J. L., assist. engineer, H.B M. corvette ('omus

Michell, J., secretary interpreter, Belgian Legation, Peking

Michelot, L., (Banque de l'Indo Chine) manager, Saigon

Michelsen, C. A., (H. A. Petersen & Co.) clerk, Amoy

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Michelsen, L. P., (H. A. Petersen & Co.) merchant, & vice-consul for Denmark, Amoy Mickie, Miss B. T., missionary, Osaka

Middleton, O., manager, Old Ningpo Wharf, Shanghai Middleton, J. W., (W. Mansfield & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Midon, Rev. F., Roman Catholic provicar apostolic, Yokohama

Mielenhausen, J. W., (Wilck & Mielenhausen) tailor, Shanghai

Mier, S. A., (Ramsay, Badman & Co.) assistant, Bangkok Migueis, T. d'A., substitute judge, Macao

Mijares, J., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) clerk, Manila Milenowitz, G., contractor, Haiphong

Miles, J., chief clerk, Post office, Penang

Miles, H. W., senior clerk, Ordnance Store department

Miles, Sergt. K. W., clerk, Army Pay Departinent

Miles, R. A., Jr., (Colonial Dispensary) assistant, Singapore

Miles, H. A., British consulate constable, Hiogo

Miles, R. A., proprietor, Colonial Dispensary, Singapore

Milbau, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Milhe, E., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Milisch, C., (Milisch & Co.) merchant, and vice-consul for Austria, &c., Macno Milla, V., restaurant keeper, Manila

Millan, R., surgeon major, Army Medical department, Manila

Millar, H. G., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Millar, J., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) supt. engineer, Singapore

Millar, J. J., interpreter, Magistracy, Singapore

Millar, A., plumber & gas fitter, Beaconsfield Arcade and Queen's road east

Millard, R., (W. Sunders) assistant, Shai ghai

Millat, Manuel, "Los Catalanes," Manila

Miller, C., boatswain, H.M. sloop Flying Fish

Miller, W. A., foreman, Shanghai Mercury office, Shanghai

Miller, E, (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Miller, J. M., (E. E. A. & C. Telegraph Co.) electin. in charge store ship, Singapore Miller, J., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Miller, J. I., (White & Miller,) bill broker, Shanghai Miller, D. A., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Hankow Miller, H. M., appraiser to Japanese Customs, Yokohama Miller, J., assistant steward, General Hospital, Yokohama Miller, Rev. E. R., missionary, Tokio

Millet, sub-lientenant of troops, Quinhon

Milley, W. T., overseer, Shanghai Mercury office, Shanghai Millot, E., (E. Millot & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Mills, Edgar, (J. M. Cazalas & Son) fitter, Singapore Mills, Jos., (J. M. Cazalas & Son) assistant, Singapore

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Mills, H., proprietor, Falcon Hotel, Nagasaki

Mills, Rev. C. R., missionary, Tung-chow-foo

Milne, J., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore Milne, chief engineer, Ex Regent's yacht Apollo, Bangkok

Milne, Ed., (China Sugar Refinery) assistant, Swatow

Milne; A., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Milne, J., professor of mining, Engineering College, Tokio

Milner, J. L. H., professor, Commercial School, Macao

Milsom, Ad., (Valmale, Schoene & Milsom) merchant, Yokobama, (absent) Milsom, A., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai

Milton, A., boatswain, H.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel

Minard, A., acting agent, Société Agricole et Industrielle, Saigon

Minjoot, A., overseer, Surveyor-General's office, Singapore

Minjoot, J. W., clerk, Marine department, Malacca

Minjoot, W., (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Singapore Minjoot, A. W., (Katz Brothers) assistant, Singapore

Minjoot, F., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Minjoot, J., (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mintipley, A., chief engineer, steamer Diamante, Hongkong and Manila Miola, P., Niigata

Miralda, vice-rector, Seminario Conciliar de Jaro, Iloilo

Mirande, vice president, First Court of Appeal, Saigon Mirasol, M. de, ordenador de pagos, Manila

Miret, N., chemist, Manila

Mirranda, C., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shangbai

Mismer, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic mission, Cherouy Chongua, Cambodia

Mistrallet, A., (D. Musso & Co.) clerk, West point

Mitchell, R. H., chief clerk, Police department, Penang

Mitchell, S., (Engineering and Mining Co.) sinker, Tientsin

Mitchell, C. E., marine sorter, Post office, Singapore

Mitchell, H. W., second clerk, Post office, Singapore

Mitchell, W. H., vendor, Stamp office, Singapore

Mitchell, J. C., deputy registrar, Supreme court, Singapore

Mitchell, A., clerk to Attorney-General, Singapore

Mitchell, G., chief warder, gaol, Singapore

Mitchell, E. W., (Thomas, Rowe & Smith) clerk, Canton

Mitchell, A., (Curnow & Co.) storekeeper, Yokohama

Mitchell, G., pilot, Taku

Mitchell, J. F., shipbuilder, Nagasaki

Mitchell, W. J., pilot, Foochow

Moalle, N., (Mualle & Co.) shipchandler, Amoy

Moberly, E. G., (Chartered Bank) acting agent, Yokahama

Mückel, A., (E. Klöpfer & Co.) clerk, Manila

Mody, S. K., broker, Shanghai

Mody, H. N., auctioneer and broker, Graham street

Mody, P. C., broker, Shanghai

Moeller, A. H., master mariner, Bangkok

Moeller, von, unter-lientenant, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Moller, E., master mariner, Bangkok

Moerike, G., (Botica de la Escolta) chemist and druggist, Manila

Moffat, J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Moffett, E. G. P., assist. engineer, H.M. corvette Curacoa Mogra, R. S., merchant, Canton

Mobilen, M. von der, (Kumpers & Co.) clerk, Singapore Mohn, B. E., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) assistant, Bangkok Moir, A. E. G., midshipman, H.B. M. corvette Cleopatra

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Moisello, E., (John D. Ross) assistant, Singapore

Moisy, chief, fourth office, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Mojica, J., clerk, audit department, Manila

Moladina, E., (H. A. Esmail & Co.) manager, Hollywood road

Molchanoff, J. M., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) merchant, Hankow & Foochow

Molesworth, J. M., (Colliery, Engineering & Mining Co.) assistant engineer, Tientsin Molina, N., notario, ecclesiastical depar: ment, Iloilo

Molino, J., letrado, consejo de adininistracion, Manila

Möllendorff, Dr. O. F., von, vice-consul for Germany, Alexandra terrace

Möllendorf, master mariner, Bangkok

Möllendorff, P. G. von, acting consul, German consulate, Tientsin

Möller, Chrys., (Nils Möller) assistant, Shanghai

Möller, J. F, (Siemssen & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Müller, N., broker and ship agent, Shanghai

Möller, H. A., (Möller & Meisner) shipchandler, Bangkok

Mollison, J. P., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Moloney, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Molotkoff, O. J., (l'okmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Molt, C., (Speidel & Co.) agent at Puom-penh, Cambodia

Monalits, S. W., (G. Velozo) clerk, Cebu

Monasterio, A., assistaut, Custom house, Manila

Moncet, A. (A. F.bre) assistant, Wladiwostock

Mondini, P., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Monholi, Sor M. R., San José hospital, Manila

Monis, J., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore

Monro, J. D., (Thomas, Rowe & Smith) clerk, Canton

Monroy, R., escrabano, real audiencia, Manila

Monsenares, S., keeper of bulk Cadiz, Chiukiang Montaignac, A., clerk, Customs, Haiphong

Montario, F., (Ho Aħ Chong) assistant, Singapore Monteiro, A. J,, (P. Nuy) assistant, Singapore

Monteiro, A. J., third clerk, Supreme court, Singapore Monteiro, J. J., clerk, Medical department, Penang Monteiro, J., keeper of powder magazine, Singa ore Monteiro, T. J. B., assistant, Macao Dispensary, Macao Monteiro, H., ("Colonial Press ") compositor, Singapore Monteiro, J. X., commission agent, Shanghai

Monteiro, E., (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Singapore Montejo y Robledo, F., interventor de reutas estancadas, Monila Montell, A., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) store department, Yokonama Montell, H. H., Maritime Customs tidewait r, Chefoo

Montesoro y Luis, R., chief of military administration, Manila Monteverde, N., assistant, custom house, Manila

Montgolfier, de, ensign, French cruiser Kersaint

Montgomery, G. F., assis ant, Inspectorate of Customs, Peking

Montgomery, P. H. S., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Montgomery, G. L., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Montojo, V., major-general, Naval forces, Manila

Monument, H., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Moodelly, F. S., interpreter, Magistracy, Singapore

Moodlier, R., clerk, Government medical department, Province Wellesley

Moomeen, D., (E. Pubaney) manager, Lyndhurst terrace

Moon, W. H., engineer, H.M. surveying vessel Magpie

Mooney, C., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Moonshee, S. D., broker, Queen's road

Moore, E., (Union Insurance Society) acting agent, Shangbai

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Moore, W. P., hairdresser, &c., Hongkong Hotel buildings Moore, L., broker and auctioneer, Shanghai,

Moore, Alonzo, (American Rice Mill) millwright, Bangkok Moore, C. F., government inspector of gunpowder, Singapore Moore, captain, steamer Martaban, Bangkok and Singapore Moore-Lane, M., major, Royal Artillery

  Moorehead, T., Maritime Customs harbour master, Hankow Moorhead, R. B., commissioner of Customs, Ningpo Moosa, C., (N. M. Khamisa) diaper, Macao

Moosa, J., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Moosabhoy, Abdukader, (Abdoolally Ebratim & Co.) merchant, Gage street

Moothia, P., sub-postmaster, Niebong Tabal, Penang

Moral, V. D. del, capellan, San José hospital, Manila

Moran, R., Maritime Customs assistant tide-surveyor, (absent)

Morand, administrator adjoint, French Protectorate, Pnompenh, Cambodia Morand, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Morand, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Moraza, D., director, administracion civil, Manila

Mordhorst, O., (E. Gipperich) clerk, Shanghai

More, A. C., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East Point

Moreau, superintendent of public gardens, Saigon

Moreau, ensign, French gunboat Surprise, Haiphong

Morehouse, W. N., Maritime Customs assistant, Hankow Morelos, J., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila Morelos, A., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila Morelos, N., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila Morelos, C., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila Moreno, L. R., official, adminis. de estancadas, Marila Moreno, F., oficial, adminis, de estancadas, Manila Moreno, M. P., teniente ayudante, carabineros, Manila Moreno, M. S., ayudante, inspeccion de Moutes, Cebu Moreno, A., chief accountant, Custom-house, Manila Moreno, J., maestre escuela, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila Moreno, J. J., coronel, Estado Mayo, Manila

Moreno, G., oficial, ayuntamiento, Manila

Morf, H. C., merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Morgan, F. A., Maritime Customs, acting commissioner, Ichang

Morgan, J., Maritime Customs examiner. Hankow

Morgan, Captain W. G., quartermaster, East Kent Regiment, Singapore

Morgan, W. M., broker, Peddar's hill

Morgenroth, Rev. G., missionary, Basil Mission, Lilong

Morice, Jr., storekeeper, Saigon

Morin, L., secr. tary-general, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Morin, E., sub-chief, first office, Direction of Interior, Saigon

Morinigo, E., assistant, & vernor's office, Manila

Moritz, C., (M. Secker & Co.) hat manufacturer, Manila

Morlet, first clerk, direction of the interior, Sigon

Moro, Brigadier L., sub-inspector, Artillery School, Manila

Moron, J. Garcia, engineer, public works department, Manila

Morris, S. J., C.E., manager, Sidimi Coal Mines, Wladiwo-teck

Morris, J., assistant, Inspectorate of Customs, Peking

Morris, W., warder of gaol, Malacca

Morris, T. J., (C. & J. Trading & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Morris, S. J., broker, Manila

Morris, A., (A. De Ath & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Morris, A. G., (Morris & Ray) ship broker, Bank Buildings

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   Morris, B. J., (B. J. Morris & Co.) merchant, Foochow Morris, Rev. A. R., missionary, Osaka

Morris, J., (Morris & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

Morris, H. S., secretary, North China Insurance Company, Shanghai Morrison, G. James, civil engineer, Shanghai

Morriss, Henry, (Morriss & Fergusson) bill & bullion broker, Shanghai Morrissey, R., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Moorhen Morse, F. S., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Morse, J. R., (American Clock Co.) agent, Yokohama Morse, W. H., (Smith, Baker & Co.) merchant, Hiogo Morshead, C. D. A., nav.-lieutenant, H.M gur-vessel Kestrel Morstadt, R., (Schmidt, Kustermann & Co.) clerk, Penang Mortimore, R. H., student, British Legation, Peking Morton, Chas., fleet surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Morton, A., (Cocking & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Mosby, John S., United States consul, Praya east •

Mosely, J. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central

Moses, M. J., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Moses, M. M., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) agent, Ningpo

Moses, M. C., (Moses & Co.) watchmaker and photographer, Singapore

Moses, C., (Sarkies & Moses) merchant, Singapore

Moses, A. C., (Sarkies & Moses) merchant, Singapore

Moses, N. C., (Sarkies & Moses) clerk, Singapore

Moses, A. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Moses, E. M., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Moses, R. M., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Moses, J. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Moss, C. D., acting chief clerk, British court, Yokohama Moss, R., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Moss, E. J., furniture warehouse, Yokohama

Mossard, L., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

Mossop, W. H. R., (Dennys & Mo-sop) solicitor, Bank Buildings Motion, J., watchmaker, Singapore (absent)

Mottet, L., (Siemɛsen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Mottu, A., (Valmale, Schoene & Milsom) clerk, Yokohama

Moty, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Mouat, D., payinaster's clerk, U.S. sloop Ashuelot

Mougeol, forester, Municipal department, Saigon

Moule, Rt. Rev. Geo. E., D.D., Bishop in Mid-China, Hangchow

Moule, Rev. A. E., B.D., missionary, Shanghai (absent)

Moulls, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shapghai

Mouly, V., S.J. missionary, Shanghai

Mourente, R., merchant, Pottinger street

Mourente, M., merchant, Potting r stret

Mourilyan, W., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Mourine, J. M., member of administrative coune 1, Manila

Moutrie, S., piano tuner, Shanghai

Mowat, R. A., assistant judge, Supreme court, Shanghai

Moxo, M., comandante, Estalo Mayor, Manila

Muga, F., ensign, civil horse guards. Manila

Mugabura, Rev. P. X., missionary, Yokohama

Mublinghaus, H., (D. Brandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Mühry, O., (Behn, Meyer & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Muir, R., (New Harbour Dock Co.) coppersmith, Singapore

Muir, G. W., paymaster, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke, naval accountant, Yokohama Muirhead, J., third engineer, steamer Consolation, Bangkok

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Muirhead, J., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Muirhead, Rev. W., missionary, Shanghai

Mulgraves, Jas., inspector of nuisances

Mullan, H. E. commander, U.S. sloop Ashuelot

Müllenhoff, kapitain-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth Muller, farrier to King, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Müller, H., (Wieler & Co.) clerk, Praya

Muller, C., proprietor "Eureka Hotel," H:ogo

  Muller, V., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) electrician, Nagasaki Muller, J. A., acting secretary, Netherlands Consulate, Bangkok Muller, E., (Siam Dispensary) chemist, Bangkok

Muller, J. B., (Staehelin & Stallknecht) clerk, Singapore Müller, H., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) clerk, Canton

Müller, J., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai

Müller, C. E., (J. W. Müller & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Müller, J. W., (J. W. Müller & Co:) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Müller, G. F., Maritime Customs clerk, Amoy

Müller, W., (Pickenpack, Thies & Co.) merchant, & consul for Sweden, Bangkok Müller, H. C., Maritime Customs tide surveyor and harbour master, Wuhu Mullins, D., sergeant of police, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Mumbux, E., (Ramsay & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Mummery, G., lightkeeper, Maritime Customs, Amoy

Münch, Otto, (Simon, Evers & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Münchau, C., master mariner, Bangkok

Muncherjee, D., (Framjee Hormu-jee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road

Munchina, second deputy procureur general, administration of justice, Saigon Munn, D., (Forbes, Munn & Co.) merchant, Manila

Munoz, F. C., administrador gefe de rentas estancadas, Manila

Munoz, F., clerk, contaduria de barienda, Manila

Muñoz, Juan, proprietor, "Bazar Oriental," Manila

Munro, S.M. (Chattered Mercantile Bank) accountant, Queen's road Munson, Miss Eva J., teacher, Tokio

Munter, D., Osaka arsenal, Osaka

Munz, J., (L. Eugster & Co.) clerk, Manila

Murat, J. P. de, (Logan & Ross) managing clerk, Penang

Murdack, Miss, M.D., missionary, Kalgan

Murdoch, R., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) turner, Singapore

Muro, chargé du service du gévie, Haiphong

Murphy, H. M., sub-lieutenant, II.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Murphy, D., chief engineer, steamer White Ciond, Hongkong and Macao

Murray, G. T., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Murray, A. L., (Borneo Company) el rk, Bangkok

Murray, Major A.S., district paymaster, Army pay department

Murray, R., second officer, steamer Danube, Bangkok and Hongkong

Murray, F., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assi-tant, Queen's road

Murray, Geo. B., staff surgeon, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift

Murray, master mariner, Bangkok

Murray, Miss, missionary, Taiwanfo

Murray, G., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Murray, G. S., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) accountant, Singapore

Murray, Geo., superinton lent, Tug Boat Association, Shanghai Murray, A., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) moulder, Singapore

Murray, Rev. J., missionary, Che-nan-foo

Murray, E. D., (Mollison, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Murray, A. L., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus Murray, J., surgeon-major, army medical department

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Murray, A. J., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Murray, M. E., (Margesson & Co.) merchant and consul for Great Britain, Macao Murray, W. H., agent, National Bible Society of Scotland, Peking

Musehold, Dr., assistant surgeon, German gunboat Wolf

Musquert, lieutenant, French troops, Haiphong

Musso, Chevr. D., (D. Musso & Co.) merchant and consul for Italy, West point

Mustan, E., inspector of police, Penang

Mustard, R. W., (Mustard & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

Myburgh, A., (Myburgh & Dowdall) barrister-at-law, Shanghai

Myers, W. W., M.B., medical practitioner, Takao

Myers, C., merchant, Tientsin

Myre de Vilers, Le, governor of French Cochin China

Nachtrieb, A., (Schönhard & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Nahapiet, M. D., (Gilfillan, Wo d & Co.) clerk, Sing pore Nabapièt, Rev, D. S., vicar of Armenian Church, Singapore Nail, C. H., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Nalda, P., civil doctor, Manila

Nalda, C., civil doctor and professor, University, Manila

Nankivell, G., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Nanson, E. J., (Rolyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Nansot, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Naoum ff, Captain, aide-de-camp 'o Governor Feldhausen, Wladiwostock Napier, Macvey, lieutenant, H.B.M. gunboat Fly

Naranjo, S., surgeon, Army medical department, Manila

Nartus, J., port master, Saigon

Nasch, E., (Chasseriau Estate) engineer, Singapore

Nash, Rev. C. B., missionary, Hangchow

Natermann, G., (Grosser & Co.) ‹lerk, Yokohama

Nathan, S. A., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Nathan, J. A., (M. S. Gubbay & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Nathaniel, D., draftsman, Public Works department, Peuang

Naudin, J. (Boyes & Co.) clerk, Yokohama (absent)

Naumann, director of Geological Survey of Japan, Tokio

Navarro, H., preparador conservador, botanical department, Manila

Navarro, E. L., engin er, Public Works department, Manila

Navegaute, M., engineer and boilermaker, Iloilo

Navelle, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Nazer, R. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Takao

Nazer, J. S., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) accountant, Praya Central

Neale, E. C. St. J. B., sub-lieutenant, H.B M. sloop Daring

Neate, S. R., inspector of buildings, Surveyor-general's office

Neave, D. C., manager, Singapore and Straits Printing office, Singapore Neave, Thos., manager, Chartered Bank of India &c., Singapore

Neave, J. S., (McAllister & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Nebot, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Ban Kim Cheng, Formosa Nègre, fleet paymaster, French frigate Thémis

Negrin, J., ordenador, administracion de la armada, Manila

Neilson, J. B., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Neimen, F., proprietor, hotel "Stadt Stralsund," Amoy

Nelligan, Chas., Malay interpreter, Supreme court, Penang

Nelson, W. J., (Campbell & Co.) assistant, Swatow

Nelson, H., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Nelson, Miss, teacher, Raffles' Institution Girls' School, Singapore

Nelson, P. J., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang Nelson, R., staff surgeon, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke, for naval hospital, Yokohama

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Nemchinoff, F. J., (Piatkoff, Molchano & Co.) clerk, Foochow Nesbitt, D., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai Nesbitt, J. E., manager, Foochow Dock yard

Nestor, Miss, (Rose & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Nethersole, H., nerated water manufacturer, Singapore Netto, C., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Neubronner, J. C., interpreter, Magistracy, Singapore Neubronner, Ed., (De Wind & Co.) planter, M lacca Neubronner, E., assistant master, High School, Malacca Neubronner, A. W., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Singapore Neubronner, J. L., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Singapore Neumann, J., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Neves, J., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Cosmopolitan Dock Neves, Rev. J. das, professor, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Nevile, H. J. W., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Neville, G., lieutenant, II.B.M. corvette Comus

Nevias, Rev. John L., D.D., missionary, Chefoo (absent)

New, Thos., engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Newbury, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Amoy

Newington, F. A., lieutenant of Marines, H.M.S. Victor Emanuel

Newland, II. O., chief inspector of police, Singapore

Newland, C. C., inspector of police, Penang

Newman, Walter, (Newman & Co.) public tea inspector, Foochow (absent)

Newman, W. H., British vice-consul, Bangkok

Newman, E., proprietor and manager, "Chefoo Family hotel," Chefoo

Newnham-Davis, Captain, N., East Kent Regiment, Penang

Newton, Miss Ella J., missionary, Foochow

Newton, W., superintendent moulder, Kiangnan Arsenal, Shanghai

Newton, G. S., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly

Newton, H., assistant engineer to municipality, Singapore

Newton, A., manager, Hongkong and China Gas Company, Praya west Neyret, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Ng Choy, Hon. barrister-at-law, Bank buildings

Nichol, F. E., (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Kiuk ang

Nicholas, A. S., fourth officer, steamer Japan, Hongkong and Calcutta

Nicholls, B., (Wilson, Nicholls & Co.) shipchandler, Amoy

Kichols, J., (Chinese Engineering & Mining Co.) foreman sinker, Tientsin

Nicholsen, Geo., (Gt. Noith rn Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Nicholson, J. C., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Nicholson, W. D., (C. Baumgarten) clerk, Singapore

Nicholson, J. F., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Nickel, C. T. M., coal dealer, Hiogo

Nickels, M. C., broker, Shanghai

Nicol, ensign, French cruiser Kersaint

Nicolai, Rt. Rev. Bishop, Russian mission, Tokio

Nicolaï, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Nicolas, surgeon, French gunboat Surprise, Haiphong

Nicoll, W. L., P. A. engineer, U.S.S. Monocacy

Nicolle, P. A., (P. A. Nicolle & Co.) Hiogo

Nicolls, H, (Drummond, Gaggino & Co.) assistant, Singapore Nieto, A., (Genat› & Co.) assistant, Mauila

Niedenfucher, master mariner, Bangkok

Niedhardt, E., (Medical Hall) chemist, Queen's road Nielsen, E., assistant, Telegraph office, Wladiwostock Nielsen, J., Maritime Customs boat officer, Canton Nienstead, F. J. H., marshal, U.S. Consulate, Hiugo

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    Nieto, M., (Guichard & Fils) clerk, Manila Nightingale, Rev. A. W., missionary, Hankow (absent) Nilsen, A., (Kunst ibers) clerk, Wladivostock

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Niobey, E., lawyer, wigɔn

Nisbet, J. M., engineer, tug-boat Pathfinder, Taku Nissim, M., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Nissle, G., (Bebre & Co.) merchant, Saigon (absent) Nisted, mariner, Bangkok

Noble, E., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Genkai-maru Noble, John, watchmaker and jeweller, Queen's road

Noble, W. C., treasurer, American Board of Missions, Peking Noble, J., lightkeeper in charge, Breaker Point lighthouse, Amoy Noble, A. K., (G. Domoney & Co.) storekeeper, Yokohama Noël, G. W., (Maitland & Co.) olerk, Shanghai

Noel, W. M., clerk, China Trad rs' Insurance Co., Queen's road Nogeira, E., secretary, Naval administrative department, Manila Nogueira, V., (H,K.Č. & M.S.B. ('o.) wharfinger, Macao Noidares, Count C. E. de, Belgian Minister, Peking Nolting, J., (Taumeyer & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Nölting, N. A., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co ) clerk, Hankow Nonis, F., foreman, Government Printing office, Singapore Nonis, J., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Nonis, A., teacher, St. Francis's School, Malacca Nonis, J., (A. A. Anthony & Co.) clerk, Penang

Nonis, J., clerk, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore Nonis, R., clerk, Land office, Malacca

Nonis, J., clerk, Survey department, Malacca

Nonis, W. J., clerk, Survey department, Malacca Noodt, J., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Noodt, Oscar (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Praya

Nooroodin, B. M., (Abdoolally Ebrabiin & Co.) clerk, Gage street

Norman, A., manager, Rising Sun office, Nagasaki

Noronha, H. L., superintendent Government Printing office, Singapore Noronha, J., (Nati nal Bank of India) clerk, Shanghai

Noronha, F. de P., member of municipal chamber, Macao Noronha, L., (Noronha & Sons) printer, Shanghai Noronha, A. J., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai Noronha, D., (Noronha & Co.) printer, Zetland street

Noronha, S. A., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Norris, Wm., chief clerk, Colonial treasury, Singapore Norris, C. V., apothecary, general hospital, Singapore Norris, W. W., clerk, Irine department, Singapore

Norris, R. O., (Netherlai ds Trading Society) clerk, Singapore North, John, (Medical Hall and Dispensary) chemist, Yokohama Northcote, G. S, deputy corner, and clerk, Registrar-general's office Northey, H. A., (Galton & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow

Norton, H. P., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Swatara

Norwood, Miss Sophie, missionary, Swatow

Nott, Win., agent, San Francisco Board of Underwriters, Hongkong Nouët, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Novion, A., commissioner, Maritime Customs, Takao and Taiwanfoo

Nowrojee, D., merchant and baker. and manager of Hongkong Hotel, Queen's road

Noyes, Lieut. B., U.S.S. Richmond

Noyes, Miss H., missionary, Canton

Noyes, Miss M., missionary, Canton

Noyes, H. O., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yoko' ama

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Noyes, Rev. H. V., missionary, Canton

Nozaleda, B., professor, University, Manila

Nully, R. de, Maritime Customs assistant, Chefoo

Nunes, I. S., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai

Nunes, M. J., Junr., chief officer and purser, steamer White Cloud, Canton & Macao Nunes, A. A., (Johnston & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Nunis, F., dresser, medical department, Malacca

Nunis, F. F., sub-warder of gaol, Macca

Nunis, M. J., guardiar, leper hospital, Malacca

Nunn, Charles, constable, British consulate, Chinkiang

Nutter, Geo., Maritime Customs boat officer, Chinkiang

Nuy, P., archit, et and contractor, Singapore

Nuzurales, Fuzulali, (Fezoolabhoi Abdoolali) clerk, Singapore

Nye, Gideon, (Nye & Co.) merchant, Canton

Nye, C., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tokachiho-maru, Tokio

Onstler, W., (Reid & Oastler) shipbuilder, Hiogo

Oates, C., worder, gaol, Penang

Obadaya, I. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Oberg, Gus., (Nils Möller) marine superintendent, Shanghai

Oberly, A. S., fleet surgeon, U.S. squadron

O'Brien, H. A., police magistrate, Penar g

O'Brien, R. A., M.D., medical practitioner, St. John's Place (absent) Oca, J., Governor's office, Manila

Ocampo, V., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Ocampo, M. de, coffee house keeper, Ma: ila

O'Conner, R. S., first magistrate, Singapore

Odam, E. K., assistant engineer, H B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Odell, John, (Odell & Leyburn) merchant, Foochow (absent)

Odger, J., (Chinese Engineering and Mining Co.) winder, Tientsin

Oell, F., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Tientsin

Ochlers, H., (Howarth, Erskine & Co.) fereman, Singapore

Oeltzė, G., pilot, Foochow

Oestmann, C., (C. Illies & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

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

Ogilvie, T. D., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ogilvy, J., sub-editor, China Mail, Wyndham street

Ogle, R. G., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

  Oglou, L. C. de, sub-director, administracion civil, Manila Ogston, J., captain, steamer Ichang, Hongkong and Canton O'Hashi, T., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Ohlinger, Rev. Franklin, missionary, Foochow

Ohlmer, E., deputy commissioner, Maritime Customs (absent)

Oiesen, T. F., Maritime Customs assistant, Tientsin

O'Keeffe, S. A., apothecary, Govt. medical department, Province Wellesley

Olaguer, R., ("La Puerta del Sol") assistant, Iloilo

Olano, A., agencia maritima, Manila

Olano, E. de, (Larrinaga & Co.) merchant, Manila

Oldekop, korvetten-kapitain, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Olivas, G. L., engineer, inspeccion de montes, Manila

Olive, Wm., engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Oliveira, A. S., (Mercantile Printing office) clerk, Shangbai

Oliveira, Dr. E. A. Braga d', judge, Macao

  Oliveira, C. A. dos S., clerk, revenue department, Macao Oliveira, V. d', porter, revenue department, Macao

Oliveira, A. M. de, interpreter, Spanish consulate, Shanghai

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Oliveira, A. M., procurador, Macao

Oliveira, F. S., printing manager, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai Oliveira, A. M., (Oliveira & Co.) broker, Shanghai

Oliveiro, V. C. de, (Mathieu & Co.) clerk, Penang

Oliver, G., midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Oliver, C. H., M.A., professor of English, College of Peking

Oliver, Geo., (Geo. Oliver & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Oliver, J. H., ensign, U.S. sloop Swatara

Olives, S., clerk, contaduria de hacienda, Manila

Ol'erdessen, H., (Morris & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Olleros, A., teniente coronel, Estado Mayor, Manila

Ollia, D. D., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) merchant and commission agent, Taiwan Ollia, N. D., merchant, Amoy

Ollia, J. N., (N. D. Ollia) clerk, Amoy (absent)

Ollivier, proprietor, Hotel de l'Univers, Saigon

Olmo, R. A. del, ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Pagsanian, Philippines

Olmstead, Miss L. A., mission ry, Bangkok

Olmsted, F. H., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokobama

Olsen, M. P., master mariner, Bangkok

Olsen, A., superintendent of police, and local post-master, Hankow

Olsen, A., second berthing officer, Harbour Master's office, Woosung, Shanghai Olson, J., stevedore, Hiogo

Olson, J., proprietor, "National Hotel," Queen's road

Olva, ayudante, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Manila

O'Malley, Hon. E. L., attorney-general, Supreme Court

Ommanney, C. E., supt. of police. Singapore

Oñate, J., (Malcampo & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Onrubia, N., habilitado, administracion de la armada, Manila

Oppel, J., lithographer, Manila

Oppen, E. G., trader, Iloilo

Opsteltein, J. C., (F. Engler & Co.) merchant, & consul for Austria & Portugal, Saigon

Ord, J. W., manager Boyd & Co.'s dock, Shanghai

Ord, C. H., inspector of police, Province Wellesley

Ordaz, S., medical practitioner, Iloilo

Ordaz, S., almacenero, inspeccion de Acopios de Tabaco, Iloilo

Orfeur, W. W., first mate, light vessel, Newchwang

Orley, G., inspector of markets

Ormelise, storekeeper, telegraph departmen', Saigon

O'Rourke, D., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Orozco, P., hatmaker, Il ilo

Orozco, E. del S., Governor's office, Manila

Orpen, Herbert, midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Orr, S. M., captain, steamer Chinkiang, Hongkong & Shanghai

Orr, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Naqoya-maru, Tokio Orr, W. S., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Ortells, F. D., secretary, Mutual Marine Insurance Co., Manila Orth, H., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Ortin, F., carriage builder, Iloilo

Ortiz, A., liquidator, estate A. Franco & Co., Manila

Ortiz, L., clerk, contaduria de hacienda, Manila

Ortiz, J., trader, Iloilo

Ortiz, A., restaurant keeper, Manila

Ortolan, commander, gunboat Harpon, Saigon

Orton, G., manager, Singapore Steam Saw Mills, Singapore

Ortuo, lieutenant-colonel of troops, Saigon

Ortuoste, P., interpreter, Governor-General's office, Manila

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Ortuzar, R., engineer, public works department, Manila Ory, A. M. de, ciptain of the port, Iloilo

Osborn, P., foreign secretary, Kencho, Yokohama

Osborn, E., first mate, Tungsha lightship, Shanghai

Osborne, H., fourth engineer, P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hongkong and Japan Osborne, F., assistant, Associated Wharves, Shanghai

Osborne, J., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Osborne, J. H., (Stewart & Osborne) draper, Shanghai Oscampo, V. de, wine merchant, C-bu

Osmeña, V., (Osmeña, Rita & Co.) hosier, Cebu Osmeña, T., (Osmeña, Rita & Co.) hosier, Cebu Osmout, chancelier, French Consulate, Quinhon

Osmund, C., registration clerk, Registrar-General's office

Osouf, Mgr. Pierre Marie, Roman Catholic Bishop, Tokio

Ost, Rev. J. B., missionary, Church Mission House, West point

Osten, L. von, student interpreter, German Legation, Tokio Ostermayer, M., (C. Rhode & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Ostman, J., commandant of cavalry, Philippines

O'Sullivan, T., third officer, steamer Japan, ilongkong and Calcutta

Ott, Rev. R., missionary, Basil Mission, Fuchukphai

Ott, T., (Labhart & Co.) clerk, Manila

Ottaway, E. F., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Tientsin

Otten, J., master mariner, Bangkok

Ottomeier, P. A. W., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Oudin, clerk to Registrar, Law Courts, Saigon

Overbeck, H., (Overbeck & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Overhoff, A., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Overin, M. S., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Overton, W., storekeeper, P. & O. steamer Malacca, Hongkong and Japan Owen, P. R., (New, Harbour Dock Co) clerk, Singapore

Owen, C. H., clerk, Supreme Court, Singapore

Owen, Rev. W., missionary, Hankow

Owen, Rev. G., missionary, Peking

Owen, G. P., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Owen, A. M., P. A. surgeon, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Owsten, A., (Owston, Snow & Co.) importer, Yokohama

Oxlad, Miss, Society for promoting female education, Osaka

Oxley, E. G., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tokai-maru, Tokio

Ozario, F. A., steward, 8 ameu's Hospital, Foochow

Ozorio, C. A., (Noronha & Sons) assistant, Zetland street

Ozorio, F., third secretary, Spanish Legation, Peking

Ozorio, L. C., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Ozorio, F., agent, Foochow Ice Company, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow Ozorio, H. F., (J. Noble) assistant, Queen's road

Ozorio, C. F., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Pottinger street

Ozorio, L. J., (Gibo, Livin..ston & Co.) clerk, Pottinger street

Ozorio, F. A., (Hughes & Legge) clerk, Praya central

Ozorio, E. C., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ozorio, C. J., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Ozoux, F., (V. Roque) agent, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Paasch, C., (Taumeyer & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Pabalan, N., ecclesiastical department, Manila Pabalan, E., (Genato & Co.) assistant, Manila

Pacheco, F., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Pacheco, A. A., lawyer, Macao

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Pacheco, J., gefe do negociado, tesoreria central, Manila

Pacheco, D. C, (B. de S. Fernandes) clerk, and vice-consul for Siam, Macao Padday, A. C., (W. Hall & Co ) merchant, Penang (absent)

Padday, R., (W. Hall & Co.) merch int, Penang

   Padel, H., (A. R. Marty) clerk, Queen's road Paderin, J., acting Russian Consul, Shangbai Padilla, J. S., tesorero, Cabildo Eclesi istico, Manila

Paez, F., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Page, Rev. L., French Catholic Mission, Singapore

Page, J. T. K., (H›ngkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Page, W. F., traffic manager, Government railway service, Kobe

Pages, mecanicien, Haiphong

Paguin, Rev. L. Q., French Catholic Mission, Singapore

Painter, W., gunner, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Painter, Rev. G. W., missionary, Hangchow

Paja, provisor, Ecclesiastical department, Manila

Pakeni am, G. C., (Martin, Dyce & Co,) clerk, Manila

Palacios, G., engineer, Public Works department, Manila

Palamountain, B., printing office manager, Maritime Customs, Shanghai Palasne de Champeaux, L., French consul, Haiphong

Paléolock, Capt., ch.ef of naval cepartment, Wiadliwostock

Paleske, lieutenant, German gunboat Wolf

Palgrave, W. G., British political agent, Bangkok

Pallas, pilot, Saigon

Pallett, J. W., gunner, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton

Pallister, E., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Go.) clerk, Yokohama

Palm, T. A., medical missionary, Niigata

Palm, J. L. E., Maritime Customs commissioner, Wuhu

Palmer, J. B. K., clerk, Magistracy, Singapore

Palmer, G., clerk, audit office, Singapore

Palmer, ., boatswain, P. & O. steamer Malacca, Hongkong & Japan

Palmer, H. N., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Palmer, J., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Palmer, F. D., foreman of the yard in charge, Naval Yard

Palmer, H. S., major, Royal Engineers

Palmer, C. H., harbour-master, Foochow

Pam, E. del, clerk, accountant-gencral's office, Manila

Pamphlett, W. F., assistant engineer, H. B.M. surveying vessel Magpie

Pan, J. F. del, director, "La Oceania Espanola," Manila

Panadé, F., timber merchant, Iloilo

Panamoroff, J. J., (Kunst & Albers) clerk, Wladiwostock

Pander, Dr., professor of German and Russian, College of Peking

Pauez, S., trader, Iloilo

Panoff, J. K., (Pitkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Pantoja, A., diretor coronel, artillery school, Manila

Pape, C., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Papendrecht, J. H. van, (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Papillon, Lieut.-Colonel J.A., commanding Royal Engineer

Papoff, Capt. aide-de-camp to Governor Fildhausen, Wladiwostock

Paquin, M., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya central

   Para, V., judge alcaldias mayores, Pototan, Philippines Parceval de, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Pardon, W., (North China Insurance Company) clerk, Shanghai Pareja, J. F., Governor's office, Manila

Parfitt, W., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Paris, Vy. Rev. P., provicar, French Catholic Mission, Singapore

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Pariset, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Parker, J. H. P., commander, receiving ship Wellington, Shanghai Parker, W. G., chief officer steamer llailoong, Hongkong aud Formosa Parker, J. P., ensign, U.S. sloop Swatara

Parker, Jas., acting first clerk, Magistracy

Parker, E. H., British consular service (absent)

Parker, Geo., missionary, Faucheng

Parker, C., (Taku Pilot Company) clerk, Taku

Parker, F. C., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Parkes, T., clerk, of works, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore

Parkes, F. W., assistant engineer, H. B.M. corvette Encounter

Parkes, Rev. H., missionary, Canton

Parkes, Sir Harry S., K.C.B., K.C.M.G., British minister plenipotentiary, Tokio Parkhill, S., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, (absent)

Parlane, W., chief engineer, steamer Thales, Coast

Parmalee, Miss H. F., Kioto, Japan

Parmentiez, P., civil doctor, Manila

Parnell, H., C.B., colonel commanding E. Kent regiment, Singapore

Parr, R. B., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) merchant, Manila

Parreau, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Party, E., Iwanai, Kaitakushi, Japan

Parsons, J. B., cadet-en, ineer, U.S.S. Richmond

Parsons, J. R., (Chartered Bank of India, &c.) sub-accountant, Singapore

Partridge, Rev. S. B., missionary, Swatow

Pasagali, A., assistant, Mint, Manila

Pascal, sub-chief, second office, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Pascoe, A. H., major of Marines, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Pascoe, W. H., gunner, H.M.S. Wivern

Pascual, P., assistant, Hope & Charity coal mines, Cebu

Pasedag, C. J., (Pasedag & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Amoy

Pass, S. C., accountant, and teacher Parsonage School, Yokohama

Passelègne, chief clerk, Direction of the Interior, Saigon

Passmore, R. C., second officer, revenue steamer Feihoo, Amoy

Pastor, N., commandante Estado Mayor, Manila

Pastor, B., coffee house keeper, Manila

Pastors, José, administrador de hacienda, Iloilo

Paté, Mme. milliner and dressmaker, Saigon

Paterno, N. A. M., restaurant keeper, Manila

Paterson, Major A. M., brigade major, Singapore

Paterson, J. W., Maritime Customs, assistant examiner, Tamsui

Paterson, T., chief engineer, steamer Danube, Hongkong & Bangkok

Paterson, R. J., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Paterson, W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, and consul for Denmark, Shanghai Patey, G. E., lieutenant, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Paton, R., engineer, Hicgo Gas Company, Hiogo

Patriat, Rev. C. E., French Mission Sanatorium, Poklulum

Patterson, J., (Kobe Iron Works) ass stant, Hiogo

Patterson, A., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) manager, engine works, Yokohama

Patteson, E. J., midshipman, H.M.S. Comus

Paucke, unter-lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Paul, Rev. J., bible colporteur, Canton

Paul, H. M., professor, Imperial university, Tokio

  Paul, H. H., compositor, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy Paul, S., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai Paul, R., shipchandler, Shanghai

Paul, F. J., compositor, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

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Paula, V. de, surgeon, National Battalion, Macao

Paulic, telgraphist, Saigon

Paulse, E., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) assistant, Wladiwostock Paulsen, W., captain, steamer Coronation, Bangkok

Paulsen, J. R., master mainer, Bangkok

Paulsen, W., (Amoy Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Amoy

Paves, F. de P., administrador, hospital de S. Juan de Dios, Manila Paves, P., contador, audit department, Manila

Pavie, telegraphist, Kampot, Cambodia

Pavillier, engineer, public works department, Saigon

Paviot, telegraphist, Tanan, Cochin China

Pawley, A., (F. Mawhood) assistant, Shanghai

Paya, S., professor of theology, University, Manila

Payne, C. R. S., sub-lieutenant, H.M. corvette Encounter

Payo, H. P., arzobispo metrapolitano, Gobierno Eclesiastico, Manila Pazos, A., director coronal, infantry school, Manila

Peabody, C. H., agricultural department, Sapporo, Yesso, Japan Peacock, P., inspector, British Legation escort, Tokio

Peake, R. T., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pearce, Rev. T. W., missionary, Canton

Pearse, Rev. E., missionary, Nganking

Pearson, J. T., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai

Peccio, M., trader, Iloilo

Peck, E. B., M.D., missionary, Pau-ting-foo

Peck, R. G., lieutenant, navigat r, U.S. corvette Alert

Pedersen, P. M., pile t, Ningpo

Pedro, J., enfermeiro, commissão do hospital militar de S. Januario, Macao

Pedro, W., compositor, Amoy Gazette office, Amoy

Peerbhoy, C., (E. Pubaney) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace

Peignet, chief engineer compagine pour le decorticage du riz, Saigon

Peilicer, E., merchant and agriculturist, Bohol, Philippines

Pein, G. E. von, ligutkeeper, Breaker Point, Amoy

Pelaos, J., farmaceutico, army medical department, Manila

Pelikan, A., Russian consul, Yokohama

Pelissier, V., (Pelissier & Démolis) timber merchant, Saigon (absent)

Pell, B., (Eastern Extension, A. and C. Telegraph Co.) general manager, Singapore Pellissier, provision dealer, Saigon

Peltzer, J., (Lohmann & Co.) tailor, &c., Yokohama

Pélu, Rev. A..C., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Pemberton, T., (Wheelock & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Peña, M., assistant, Mint, Manila

Peña, J., auxiliare de fomento, civil government, Manila

Peña, J. de la, (J. Peña & Co.) agent for Spanish Royal Mail steamers, Manila Penado, M. capitan, Seccion de Archivo, Manila

Pender, J., chief engineer, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton

Pendleton, E. C., lieutenant, navigator, U.S. sloop Swatara Penegar, W., warder, gaol, Penang

Penfold, C. E., superintendent of municipal police, Shanghai Penn, H., Dochin Machi, Osaka

Pennefather, J., overseer, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore Pennefather, A. P., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore Penney, F. G., collector of Land revenne, Penang Peunington, C. A., Maritine Customs assistant, Chefoo Penny, W. P., cl rk, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Pequignot, M., French Livery Stables, Yokohama Paralta, S. M., sub-inspector of police, Penang

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

  Perbet, R., Koran Catholic missionary, Patrew, Bangkok Percebois, D., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai Percival, L. H., (Crane Bros.) assistant, Singapore

Percival, W. S., clerk, Supreme Court, Shanghai

Percival, R. H., (Reiss & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai

Percival, W. H., (North China Insurance Co.) acting agent, Yokohama Perdigueiro, B., guarda-almacen, Custom house, Manila

Péré, H., painter and contractor, Saigon

Pereira, F. N., (I. S. Bond) clerk, Singapore

Pereira, J, F., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, F. L., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Pereira, L., assistant, Public Works department, Manila

Pereira, G., (Stephens & Holmes) clerk, Wyndham street

Pereira, J., acting postmaster-general, Manila

Pereira, D J., second clerk, Supreme Court, Singapore Pereira, G. G., clerk, Imperial Treasury, Singapore

Pereira, J. L., clerk, Surveyor-General's office, Singapore Pereira, J. B., (P. Nuy) assistant, Singapore Pereira, P. B., (Logau & Ross) clerk, Penang

Pereira, B. P., (van Someren & Anthony) clerk, Penang Pereira. M., surveyor, Public Works department, Malacca Pereira, A. P., ensign, second battalion, Macao

Pereira, A., (Shanghai Mercury) compositor, Shanghai Pereira, F., vice-consul for Portugal, Tokio

Pereira, J. P., (John Gittins & Co.) clerk, Fochow

Pereira, J., treasurer, Mint, Manila

Pereira, C., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. T·legraph Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pereira, E. F., (Maitland & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, J. G., (Wm. Meverink & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, F. A., almoxarifado de guerra, Macao

Pereira, M. E. S., (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, J. M. G., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Pereira, J, L., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Pereira, E., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, A. P., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, Rev. A. J. G., chaplain of St. Augus ine's church, Macao

Pereira, A. M., Macao

Pereira, E. A., (New Harbour Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pereira, E. J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Pereira, L. A 1., Macao

Pereira, V. S., lawyer, and member of council of province, Macao Pereira, H. A., Shun-pau office, acting manager, Shanghai Pereira, F. G., writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Pereira, B., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Pereira, P., (D. Nowrojec) assistant, Queen's road

Pereira, T. S., (Noronlia & Sons) compositor, Shanghai

Pereira, A. F., (Landstein & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, A. M. R., (O. & 0.8.S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Pereira, E., (Ed. Schellbass & Co) clerk, Praya

Perera, E. de, Spanish vice-consul, Amoy

Peres, J. M., lieut nant quarter-master, National Battalion, Macao Peretti, storekeeper, Haiphong

Pereya, J., director, Sociedad de Fianza, &c., Mauila

Perez, de Casteras, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Perez, E., farmaceutico, army medical department, Manila Perez, J., ayudante, presidio, Manila

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Perez, F. M., clerk, contaduria de hacienda, Mani'a Perez, P., rector of University, Manila.

Perez, M., Jr., printer, Manila

Perez, M. M., archivero, ecclesiastical department, Manila Perez, P. J., (Percz & Acha) storekeeper, Iloilo

Perez, M., (M. Perez Marqueti) clerk, Manila

Perkin, H., (Medical Hall) manager, Singapore

Perkins, J. A., boarding officer, Immigration office, Penang

Perkins, G., constable, British Consulate, Wuhu

Perkins, Dr. H. M., dentist, Yokohama

Permewan. R. T., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) acting accountant, Singapore Perpetuo, E., (O. & O.S.S. Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Perpetuo, A. V., compositor, Daily Press office, Wyndham street

Perras, J. L., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Perraux, Rev. R. N., French missionary, Jutbia, Siam

Perreau, A. M., second clerk, Colonial Treasury, Singapore

Perrin, distributor, post office, Saigon

Perrin, restaurateur, Hanoi

Perrin, A., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Saigon Perrott, E. S., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Perry, N., inspector of police

Perry, secretary to Admiral Willes, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Perry, Thos., lieutenant, U.S. corvette Alert

Perry, E., agricultural department, Tokio

Perry, J. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Perry, M. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) agent, Wuhu

Peltierra, L., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Pertierra, L., delegado del gobierno, Sociedad de Fianzas, &c., Manila Pesseau, telegraphist, Soctrong, Cochin China

Pestana, A., boarding officer, Marine department, Singapore

Pestana, A., clerk, Singapore Exchange, Singapore

Pestana, F. A. C., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pestana, J. C., clerk, Marine department, Singapore

Pestana, P. O., English master, Malay College, Singapore

Pestonjee, Jamsadjee, (Cursedjee Ockerjee Bha sania) broker, Peel street

Pestonjee, P., (Burjorjee Khodadad & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Pestonjee, R., (Bujorjee Khodadad & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pestonjee, R., broker, Shanghai

Pestonjee, J., merchant, Yokohama

Petel, A., Senior, sugar estate owner, Porac Pampanga, Philippines

Petel, A., Junior, sugar estate owner, Porac-Panipanga, Philippines

Peter, Bro., assistant, West Point Reformatory

Peters, R. H., captain, lighthouse tender Meiji-maru, Yokohama

Peters, J., pilot, Shanghai

Peters, F., assistant, Sanitary department, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Petersen, P. M., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Petersen, C. M., lightkeeper, Lamocks li. hthouse, Amoy

Petersen, J. V., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) acting superintendent, Nagasaki

Petersen, A. C., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Singapore

Petersen, N. C. R., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shangbai

Petersen, P. W., constable, British consulate, Tamsui

Petersen, H. A., (Petersen & Co.) merchant, Amoy (absent)

Petersen, J., constable, river police, Shanghai

Peterson, A., payinaster, U.S. sloop Palos

Peterson, C. F. W., boarding-house keeper, Queen's rond west

Peterson, R., assistant master, Free School, Penang

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Peterson, H. H., Jr., (W. Hall & Co.) clerk, Pənang

Peterson, W., shipping master, German consulate

Pethick, W. N., (Petbick, Maclay & Co.) merchant, Tientsin

Petit, C., French missionary, Vat-Phleng, Siam

Petitjean, Roget, lieutenant, French troops, Hanoi

Petitjean, Mgr. B. T., Catholic bishop and vicar of Southern Japan, Nagasaki Petrus, Z., (Mackertoo & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Pettee, Rev, J. H., missionary, Okayama, Japan

Petter, Mrs. van, missionary, Tokio

Pettersen, G., master mariner, Bangkok

Pettier, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Hakodate

Petz, H., (Wenmolis & Co.) tailor, Shanghai

Peyre, S., "Peyre frères Hotel," Yokohama Peyre, E., "Peyre frères Hotel," Yokohama Pfaff, R., (L. Vrard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Pfaff, L., (H. Müller & Co.) watchmaker, Shanghai

Pfankuchen, E., (F. A. Schultze & Co.) assistant, Newchwang Pfeffer, unter-engineer, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth Pfeiffer, H., (A. Markwald & Co.) clerk, Bangkok Phair, E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Pharot, commis, aux vivres, administrative service, Haiphong

Philcox, Qr. Mr. Sergt. J., foreman of works, Royal Engineer department Philips, G. J. A., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

  Phillips, W. M., gunner, H.B.M. gunboat Forhound Phillips, C., superintendent, Sailors' Home, Singapore Phillips, Geo., H.B.M. consul, Taiwanfoo

Phillips, C., inspector, Registration department, Singapore Phillips, J., gunner, revenue steamer Ling-feng, Chefoo Phillips, J., exchange broker, Foochow

Phillips, C., shipwright, Hiogo

Phillips, T., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Phipps, W. T., (Chapman, King & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Phipps, A. L., (Phipps, Phipps & Co.) merchant, Foochow (absent)

Phipps, H. G., (Phipps, Phipps & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Piatkoff, M. F., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Piazzoli, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street

Picar, Lieut., first aide-de-camp to Governor of French Cocain China

Pichon, L., M.D., medical practitioner, Shanghai

Pickering, W. A., protector of Chin se, Sang ip re

Pickford, C. R. B., (Smith, Bell & Co.) mer., & vice-con. for Gt. Britain, U.S. A. & Italy, Cebu Piehl, A., (Pusedag & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Piercy, Rev. G., superintendent, Wesleyan Methodist Mission, Canton

Piercy, G., mastr, Diocesan school, Bonham road

Pierre, J. B., director of botanical gardens, Saigon (absent)

Piersdorff, A. L., pilot, Swatow

Pierson, Miss L. B., missionary, Pau ting-foo

Pierson, Miss L. H., missionary, Yokohama

Pierson, Rev. I., missionary, Pau-ting-foo

Pignat, telegraph overseer, Saigon

Pignatel, C., (Pignatel & Co.) storekeeper, Nagasaki (absent)

Pignatel, V., (Pignatel & Co.) storekeeper. Nagasak!

Pike, W., third officer, steamer Fokien, Coast

Pila, U., (Ulysse Pila & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Pila, L., (Ulysse Pia & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Pilay, J. P. C., Tamil interpreter, Supreme Court, Singapore Pilcher, Rev. L. Vˇ., missionary, Tientsin

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Pillay, A. D., clerk, police court, Penang

Pillon, F., carpenter, Yokohama

Pim, T., (Bathgate & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Foochow Pimentel, A. A. L., quartermaster, second batta ion, Macao

Pina, M., civil doctor, and professor, University, Manila

Pinçon, (Banque de l'Indo-Chine) clerk, Saigon

Pinckvoss, J. H., (Lucas & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Pineau, E., (Pequignot & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Pineda, C., solicitor, Iloilo

Pineda, E., Liberia Española, Manila

Pineiro, M., contador, adminis. coleccions y labores, Manila

Pinker, G. F., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman engineer, Cosmop. Dock Pinn, J. F., manager, Japan Herald office, Yokohama

Pinna, F. F., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street

Pinna, J. de, writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Pino, R., civil governor's office, Manila

Pinto, Rev. N. I. T., vicar of Portuguese mission, Singapore Pinto, A. C., proprietor Oriental Hotel, Hiogo

Pinto, M. A., second engineer, Portuguese gunboat Tamega Pinto, R., organist, Roman Catholic Church

Pinzon, C., assistant, department of forests, Arayat, Luzon Pinzon, D. R., judge, Tondo district, Pailippines Pirie, G., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Flying Fish Pirkis, A. E., C. B. accountant, British Legation, Peking Pirla, J., commander of engineers, Naval arsenal, Manila Piron, E., teacher of singing, piano, &c., Queen's road Piron, L., teacher of French and piano, Queen's road Piry, P., Maritime Customs assistant, Ningpo

Piry, T., Maritime Customs acting assistant secretary, Peking Pitman, G. D., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) agent, Swatow

Pitman, John, Tokio and Hongkong

Piton, assistant surgeon, French cruiser Kersaint

Piton, Rev. C. P., missionary, Basil Mission, Lilong

Pittar, Rev. Fr., S.J., missionary, Shanghai

Pitter, S., surgeon, National Battalion, Macao

Pitter, H. J. S., student interpreter, procurador's department, Macao

Pitts, W., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Place, F. L., (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Shanghai

Placé, D., sacristao, college of Sta. Roza, Macao

Placé, J. L., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Place, J. E., pi ot, Newchwang

Place, T., Shanghai

Place, L. de S., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Placé, F., compositor, Echo du Japon office, Yokohama

Placé, A. M., marine officer, Post-office

Placé, C. de S., writer, procurador's department, Macao

Plage, J., chief engineer, steamer Dale, Hongkong and Bangkok

Plage, P., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, Wanchi

Plana, printer, Manila

Planter, A., surgeon major, army medical department, Manila

Plate, F., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S.S. Co.) agent, Hiogo

Platt, A. R, medical practitioner, Chefoo

Plauche, baker, Saigon

Playfair, G. M. H., British consular service

Playfair, Hugh S., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Playfair, F. W., student interpreter, British Legation, Tokio

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Playfair, G. W. F., (Oriental Bank) acting accountant, Yokohama Plessis, Rev. M. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka Plettner, F., master mariner, Bangkok

Plitt, C., chemist & druggist, Manila

Plumb, Rev. Nathan J., missionary, Foochow

Plunkett, J., pilot, Newchwang

Poate, T. P., missionary, Yokohama

Poate, W. H., (Mack nzie & Co.) storekeeper, Shanghai

Poate, W., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road

Pocock, T. G., captain, steimer Thales, Coast

Foesnecker, L., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co.) merchant, & con. for Sweden & Norway, Praya Poguit, Rev. L., French Catholic missionary, Singapore

Pobl, J., (Pohl Freres & Co.) Yokohama

Pohl, H., (Pohl Freres & Co.) Yokohama

Pohl, S., (Pohl Freres & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Poignand, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Poignand, W., assistant, Shanghai Associated Wharves, Shanghai

Poirier, V., (F. Crettier) assis ant, Saigon

Poitevin, L., proprietor, "Sweetmeat Castle," Shanghai

Polder, D., chancelier, Belgian Legation, Tokio

Polder, L. van der, secretary interpreter; Netherlands Swedish & Danish Legation, Tokio Pole, Rev. G. H, mission ry, Osaka

Poletti, P., Maritime Customs postal clerk, Tientsin

Polglase, J. E., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore Poli, J. D., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai

Polishwalla, M. B., cotton and yarn broker, Aberdeen street

Polite, Geo., proprietor "Toilet Club," Shanghai

Polland, A. R., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) fitter, Singapore

Pollard, Geo. N. A., lieutenant and commander, H.B.M. gunboat Zephyr

Pollard, E. R. H., surgeon, H.B.M. gunboat Zephyr

Pollard, T., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Pollet, pilot, Saigon

Pollet, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Pollin, telegraphist, Baria, Cochin China

Pollock, T., fitter, Government railway service, Yokohama

Pollock, W., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai

Pollock, Jolin, med cal practitioner, Swatow

Ponchon, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Pond, J. A., accountaut, Municipal Council offices, Shanghai

Ponomareff, P. A., (P. Á. Ponomar ff & Co.) mer. & vice-consul for Russia, Hankow Pontillon, commandant, French cruiser Purseval, Haiphong

Pooke, A., (Ramsay, Balman & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Pooles, F., (John Title & Co ) assistant, Singapore

Pope, C., (M.B.M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokchiama

Popoff, T., (Kunst & Albers) clerk, Wladiwo-tock

Popoff, N., student interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking

Popoff, P. A., (A. A. Belogolovy) clerk, Tientsin

Popoff, P., interpreter, Russian Legation, Peking

Pors, M., (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Portaria, V. P. M. de, (Shanghai Mercury office) compositor, Shanghai

Porté, lieutenant, Le Drac, Saigon

Torte, B., (Messageries Maritimes) second commissaire, Shanghai

Protella, M., ensign, civil horse guards, Manila

Porter, Miss Mary Q., missionary, Tientsin

Porter, Miss M. H., missionary, Pang Chia, Shantung

Porter, Rev. H. D., M.D., missionary, P'ang Chia, Shantung

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Portes, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Portier, E., surveyor, Sanitary department, French Municipal department, Shanghai Portret, second deputy attorney general, Saigon

Posch, W., (China and Japan Trading Co.) acting manager, Yokohama

Posnett, constable, British Legation, Peking

Possel-Deydier, H. de, premier commissaire, Messageries Maritimes, Shanghai

Postlethwaite, J. W., (Galton & Co.) tea inspector, Foochow

Pot, J. J. van der, minister for Netherlands, Sweden & Norway & Denmark, Tokic Potteaux, Annamite interpreter, Saigon (absent)

Potter, N. J., gunner, H.B.M. gunb at Tweed

Potter, F. A., mining engineer, Nagasaki

Potts, second officer, steamer Ningpo, Hongkong and Shanghai

Potts, T. M., ensign, U.S. sloop Palos

Poulsen, L., master mariner, Bangkok

Pourquier, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Pourtalès-Gorgier, Cte. de, consul for France, Fonchow

Powell, E. P., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Powell, C. A. F., chief officer, E. E., A. & C. Telegraph Co 's str. Sherard Osborn, S'pore Powell, W., (Sayle & C..) assistant, Queen's road

Powell, C. S., (Brown & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Power, A. P., (Mansfield, Bogaardt & Co.) clerk, Penang

Powers, R. H., (R. H. Powers & Co.) storekeeper, and marshal U.S. consulate, Nagasak i Powys, E., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Poymiro, counsellor, Court of appeal, Saigon

Poynter, J., Maritime Customs tide surveyor and harbour master, Hoihow

Pozas, R., agent, Laguna steamers, Manila

Pozo, J., assistant, Custom house, Manila

Prado, N., del, professor of philosophy, University, Manila

Prasse, paymaster, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Prat, G., (Thomas, Rowe & Smith) clerk, Canton

Prats, J., assistant, Mint, Manila

Prat, R., boatswain, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Preciado, T., wine merchant, Iloilo

Preedy, H., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Daring

Prentice, J., (Boyd & Co.) engineer and shipwright, Shanghai

Preux, assistant surgeon, French frigate Thèmis

Presgrave, D. G., assistant secretary to municipality, Singapore Preysler, J., (Reyes & Co.) assistant, Manila

Price, T. R., clerk, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Price, B. J., (H. Consterdine & Co.) assistant, Chefoo

Price, Hon. John M., F.G.S., F.R.G.S., surveyor-general (absent)

Price, C. J., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Amoy

Price, Alex., bill broker, and secretary of Chamber of Commerce & H'kow Club, H'kow Prichard, G. H., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Prichard, A. T., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Prieto, L, (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Prijaule, J., ensign, civil horse guards, Manila

Primrose, W. M., (Primrose & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

Prior, J. O., (G. Domoney & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Pritchard, G. H., (Ramsay, Badman & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Pritchard, C. E., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun vessel Fly

Pritzsche, Rev. C., missionary, Long-heu, Canton

Procacci, D. V., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo Prodhomme, secretary to Bisbop, Saigon

Prodhomme, Rev. C. J. N., French missionary, Saraburi, Siam Prosch, G., (Ed. Schellhass & Co.) clerk, Praya

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Prostes, H., consul for Portugal, Singapore and Bangkok

  Prouteaux, E., commander, French gunboat Surprise, Haiphong Provand, A., (A. Provand & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Provost, P., professor, Taberd school, Saigon

Provost, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Pruche, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Prudhomme, assistant commissioner of subsistauces, Saigon

Pruen,, China Inland mission, Faucheng

Pryer, H., (J. Bisset & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Puente, A. de la, restaurant keeper, Manila

Puente y Olea, L. de la, gefe letrado, intendencia de hacienda, Manila Puertas, F. Diaz y, (Vin a de Loyzaga & Co.) printer, Manila

Puetz, J., secretary, German consulate, Yokohama

Pugh, E. A., first officer, steamer Kiukiang, Hongkong and Canton Pugh, W., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Pugnet, professor, Saigon seminary, Saigon

Puhlmann, A., proprietor, "Adelphi Hotel," Singapore

Puigdollers, E., apothecary, Manila

Puig, J., contador, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila Pulido y Arroyo, J., magistrate, Manila

Purcell, P. H., Maritime Customs examiner, Chefoo

Purcell, J., (Engineering & Mining Co.) overman, Tientsin

Purchas, Chas., D.A., commissary general of Ordnance, Singapore

Purdon, J. J., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Purdon, John G., (Maitland & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Purse, Ed, constable, British consulate, Pakhoi

Pustau, von, unter-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Pustau, T. J. E. von., merchant, Hongkong and Canton, & Netherlands Consul, Canton Puthod, Rev. E., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Pye, Chas., (Odell & Leyburn) clerk, Foochow

Pye, R. H., vice-consul for France, Amoy (absent)

Pyke, Rev. J. H., missionary, Peking (absent)

Pyne, W. E., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Urada-maru, Tokio

Quade, E., (A. Roensch) assistan*, Manila

Quays, J. B. assistant master, Free school, Penang

Quentric, Roman Catholic missionary, Chant'aboon, Bangkok

Quin, J. J., British cousul, Hakodate

Quincey, W., inspector of police

Quintanilha, Major R. J., director of public works, Macao

Quintanilla, L., (V. de Oscampo) assistant, Cebu

Quintella, acting major, second battalion, Macao

Quinton, A. W., (MacEwen Frickel Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Quioga, J. Malcampo, (Malcampo & Co.) merchant, Amoy

Rabadan, M., surgeon, army medical depar:ment, Manila

Radcliff, Miss R., teacher, Graham's school, Bangkok Radcliff, S. G., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Radcliffe, F. J., clerk to chief justice, Singapore

Raddon, J., (W. Birt & Co.) straw braid inspector, Shanghai

Rädecker, R., (Rädecker & Co.) merchant, Wyndhain street

Rademacker, captain, steamer Sury Wongsee, Bangkok and Singapore

Rademaker, P., master mariner, Bangkok

Radmore, J. R., carpenter, H.B.M. corvette Enco nter

Rae, Geo., sergeant of police

Rae, W., sergeant of police, Hiogo

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rae, T. F., (Geo. Smith & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

    Rae, W., Maritime Customs tidesurveyor and Harbour Master, Swatow Rae, W., (North, Thompson & Co.) chemist, Yokohama Rago, billiard setter, Shanghai

Rago, A. de, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Shanghai

Raguet, Rev. E., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Rahman, Abdool, (E. & H. Hinnekindt) clerk, Singapore

Rahman, Abdool, (N. M. and A. M. Khamisa) assistant, Peel street

Raimondi, Right Rev. T. J., D.D., vicar apostolic, Roman Catholic bishop (absent). Rainford, T., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Kwanko maru

Ralph, Geo. S., navigating lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Ramamim, A. J., (D. Sassoon Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ramasse, A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Wuhu

Ramdans, B., (Lambert Broth rs) assistant, Singapore Ramirez, F., (F. Ramirez & Co.) merchant, Iloilo Ramirez, S., doctoral, Cabildo Eclesiastico, Manila Ramirez, M., inspector-general of public works, Manila Ramirez, J. F., "La Puerta del Sol," storekeeper, Manila Ramos, A. M., assayer, mint, Manila

    Ramos, C., sugar manufacturer, Iloilo Rampendaul, H., (Tillson, Herrmann

Co.) clerk, Manila

Ramsay, A. C., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Ramsay, R. H., (Ramsay, Badman & Co.) outfitter, Bangkok

Ramsay, G., (M.B.M.S.S. Co.) captain, steamer Kwanko maru

Ramsay, Thos., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Ramsay, H. F., merchant, Hankow

Ramsay, H., pilot, Swatow

Ramsey, Wm., chief engineer, steamer Rajanattianuhar, Hongkong and Bangkok Ramsey, C. H, (Ramsey & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Randolph, Mrs. A. E., missionary, Hangchow

Randon, surgeon, Le Drac, Saigon

Ranfaine, Rev. J. B., French missionary, Chant'aboon, Siam

Rangal, Q. A., (Eça da Silva & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Rangel, J, Portuguese master, Victoria boys' school, Hollywood road

Rangel, A., accountant and distributor, Judicial department, Macao

Rangel, S. J., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Rapalje, Rev. D., missionary, Amoy

Raphael, R. S., merchant, Shanghai

Rapp, F., auctioneer and commission agent, Zetland street

Rappa, Geo., chief clerk, Magistracy, Singapore

Kasch, C., (Rasch and Ruyter) merchant, Yokohama

Rasmussen, C., (Gt. Northern Telegraph C.) clerk, Shanghai

Rathje, W., (Ed. Knox & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

   Rato, J., secretario, sub-inspeccion general del Ejercito, Mania Rauch, C. A., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore Raven, E. A., commission agent, Canton

Rawlins, E., warder, gaol,. Singapore

Rawlinson, C. J., (Hall & Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Rawson, T. H., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ray, E. C., (Morris & Ray) shipbroker, Bank Buildings

Ray, W. H., secretary, China Traders' Insurance Co., Queen's road

Rayband, lieutenant, French troops, Hanoi

Raynal, T., hairdresser, Saigon

Raynal, G., merchant, Stanley street

Rayot, E., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Read, A. C., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Read, R., assistant paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lily

Read, Thos., constable, B: itish consulate, Pagoda Anchorage, Focchow

Read, W. H. M., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) merchant, and Netherlands Consul-gl. S'pore

Read, R. B., (A. L. Johnston & Co.) mert., and consul for Sweden & Norway, &c. Singapore Reade, Miss, missionary, Tokio

Reader, J., assistant steward, H.B.M. Naval Hospital, Yokohama

Real, A. H. da C. Corte, secretary general, Macao

Recker, A., proprietor, Hotel de l'Europe, Singapore

Reddelien, A., (A. Reddelien & Co.) mert., & con. for Netherlands, Sweden &c., Nagasaki Reding, J. E., agent, China Traders' Ins. Co., and consul for Russia, Shanghai (absent) Redonnet, J., steward, Shanghai Club, Shanghai

Reed, H. J., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Reed, Geo.. carpenter, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Reeks, A. J., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai

Rees, J. S., assistant engineer, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Rees, C. A., (David Gilmour) silk inspector, Shanghai

Reeves, J., commander, P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hongkong and Yokohama

Reeves, W., mariner, Bangkok

Reeves, G., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai

Regagnon, tide-surveyor, Royal Customs, Haiphong

Regalado, J., trader, Iloilo

Rego, A. A. do, lieutenant, police force, Macao

Reguera, M., professor, infantry school, Manila

Reichenbach, von, kapitain-lieut., H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Reid, J., (Reid & Oastler) shipbuilder, Hiogo

Reid, F., (New Harbour Dock Co.) boilermaker, Singapore

Reid, J. P., (Strachan & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Reid, D., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Hiogo-maru, Japan

Reid, J., cable jointer, E. E., A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s steamer Sherard Osborn, S'pore

Reid, D., Maritime Customs boat officer, Swatow

Reid, A. G., M.D., medical practitioner, Hankow

Reid, F., commission merchant, Shanghai

Reidhaar, Rev. L., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street

Reiff, R., (Boyes & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Reilhac, clerk, Registry of Archives, Law Court, Saigon

Reilly, F. E., manager, "Central Hotel," Shanghai

Bein, E., (Katz Brothers) assistant, Singapore

Reimers, Otto, (P. Heinemann & Co.) merchant, Hiogo Reba, F. S., comprador, Bangkok

Reina, B., secretario capitan, artillery school, Manila

Reina, C. R. de, civil governor's office, Manila (absent)

Reina y Lopez, M., clerk, andit department, Manila

Reiners, W., (Melchers & Co.) merchant, and consul for Russia, Peddar's Wharf

Reis, J. dos, lieutenant, second battalion, Macao

Reis, A., (Mitsu Bishi 8.S. Co.) manager, Shanghai

Reis, J. S. da Silva, retired major, Macao

Reis, S. A. de, sixth clerk, General Post office, Singapore

Rembert, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Remedios, J. M. dos, (O. & O. S. S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, G. F. dos, (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Remedios, 2. dos, (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Remedios B. F. dos, (Pustau & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Remedies, A. M., (Oriental Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, A. F. dos, Jr., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, S. A. dos, assistant, "Canton Hotel," Canton

Remedios, R., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's road

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Remedios, F., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, J. G. dos, (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Remedios, Luis, secretary, Clero Catedral, Manila

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Remedios, F. A., Jr., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph. Co.) clerk, Queen's road Remedios, S. B., (Hall and Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

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Remedios, J., (Chartered Bank of India) clerk, Queen's road Remedios, R. A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Hio

Remedios, F. J. dos, (Wilkin & Robison) clerk, Yokoham › Remedios, M. dos, clerk, Colonial Secretary's office, Remedios, A. dos, (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Praya

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Remedios, E. A, (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Remedios, A. F. dos (Jerdein & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Remedios, J. C. dos, (Remedios & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, V. dos, (J. M. Armstrong) clerk, Queen's road

Remedios, Alex. A. dos, (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) merchaut, Stanley street Remedios, José A. dos, (Remedios & Co.) merchant, Praya Remedios, A. F. dos, (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, M. A. dos, merchant, Macao

Remedios, F. J. dos, (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, . dos, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Remedios, G. dos, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Remedios, J. M. dos, (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) clerk, Stauley street

Remedios, S. dos, (E. Vogel) clerk, Praya

Remedios, A. G. dos, (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, J. H. dos, (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) merchant, Stanley street Remedios, A. A. dos, (E. Vogel) clerk, Praya

Remedios, C. C. dos, (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Remedios, S. A. d s, (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Manila

Remedios, G. M. des, (J Gisset & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Remedios, F. T. dos, Waliin & Robinson) clerk, Yokohama

Remedios, J. dos, (Herbert Dent & Co.) clerk, Canton Remiers, C. F., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Remtoola, M., (Jairazbhoy Peer bhoy) clerk, Shanghai Remusat, J. L., Maritime Customs assistant, Canton Renard, L., (Spooner, Rnard & Co.) merchaut, Saigon Renard, Ed., (Spooner, Renard & Co.) merchant, Saigon Renauld, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Rennell, E., (Coare, Lind & Co.) silk inspector, Canton Rennie, R. T., judge, H.B.M.'s Court, Yokohama (absent) Renuie, T., M.D., medical practitioner, Foochow (absent) Renny, R. ., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Renny, E. V., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Cebu Renwick, W., M.D., physician & surgeon, Nagasaki Renshaw, B., staff surgeon, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Repenn, J. A., steward, Club Germania, Yokohama Retallack, Lieut. R. L., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Retortillo, G., civil governor's office, Manila (absent) Retz, F., watch and clockmaker, jeweller, &c., Yokohama Reuchlin, (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Saigon Reuchlin, G., sto ekeeper, Municipal Council, Saigon Reus, C. F., watchmaker, Bangkok

Reusch, Rev. C. G., missionary, Basil Mission

Reutens, J., clerk, police court, Penang

Reutens, G. W., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Singapore

Reutens, P. A., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore Reutens, G. S., clerk, Marine department, Singapore

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Reutens, P. A.. (Maclaine, Fraser & Co.) clerk, Singapore Reuter, A., (Pustau & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Reuter, E. L., (Pustau & Co.) merch nt, Queen's road Reverdit, ensign, French cruiser Champlain

Revilla, F., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Révilliod, J., chief secretary, Municipal Council, Saigon Rex, A. B., (Iveson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Reyes, A., medical practitioner, Manila

Reyes, M. de los, (È. M. Barretto) clerk, Manila Reyes, J., (Reyes & Co.) assistant, Manila Reyes, R., (Reyes & Co.) assistant, Manila Reyes, C., naval effects manufacturer, Manila Reyes, M., (C. Reyes) assistant, Manila

Reyes, J., (El Feniz Filipino) assistant, Manila Reyes, J., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer, Manila

Reyes, M. de los, (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) merchant, Manila Reyes, F. O., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila Reyes, J. J., merchant, Bohol, Philippines.

Reyes, F., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) clerk, Manila Reyes, M., (W. P. Moore) assistant, Queen's road Reyes, José M., (Reyes & Co.) shipchandler, Manila Reyes, B., (Vaño & Reyes) merchant, Cebu Reyes, J. N. C., carriage builder, Manila

Reyes y Gabriel, J., escribano, real audiencia, Manila Reyes y Mijares, J., (Reyes & Co.) assistant, Manila Reymond, conductor, Public Works depart:nent, Saigon Reyna, J., foundry, Iloilo

Reynand, sub-lieutenant, Antilope, Saigon

Raynand, surgeon, Antilope, Saigon

Reynaud, P. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo Keynaud, N., druggist and ice manufacturer, Saigon

Reynaud, Z., Yokohama

Reynell, A. E., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Reynell, H. E., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Reynold, Jas., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Reynolds, J., agricultural department, Otaru, Yesso, Japan

Reynolds, T. J., broker, Manila

Reynolds, master mariner, Bangkok

Reynolds, E. A., auctioneer and broker, Shanghai

Rhees, Rev. H. H., missionary, Tokio

Rhein, J., secretary interpreter, Netherlands Legation, Peking

Rhein, G., storekeeper, Shanghai

Rheinart, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Rbiel, grocer and butcher, Saigon

Rhode, C., merchant, and consul for Peru, Yokohama (absent)

Rhodes, Wm., paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Rhodes, Lieut. E. F., commanding Royal Engineer, Singapore Rhodes, R. J., (Oriental Bank) assist. accountant, Yokohama

Riach, J., (Boyd & Co.) engineer, Shanghai

Ribeiro, F. M. V., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's road Ribeiro, F. V. C., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

R beiro, J., storek eper, Macao

Ribeiro, A. J. V., clerk, revenue department, Macao

Ribeiro, F. V., recebedor, Recebedoria das Decimas, Macao Ribeiro, J. M. V., Hiogo News office, Hiogo

Ribeiro, R. V., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street

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Ribeiro, F. X. V., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Ribeiro, M., acting consul for Portugal, Singapore

Ribeiro, A. A. V., foreman, Daily Press office, Wyndham street

Ribeiro, F. V., clerk, Auditor-general's office

Ribeiro, A. F., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Ribeiro, A. J. V., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Ribeiro, F. J., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Ribeiro, John, compositor, Daily Press office, Wyndham street

Ribière, clerk, court of appeal, Saigon

Rica y Calvo, second secretary, Spanish Legation, Yokohama (absent)

Ricard, A., medical practitioner, Saigon

Riccard, H., assistant supdt. of police, Penang

Ricco, E., clerk, French Municipal council, Shanghai

Rice, G. E., United States vicc-consul general, Yokohama

Rice, John S., gunner, H.B.M. guuboat Moorhen

Rice, E. W., commission agent, Shanghai

Richard, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Richard, J. H., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Richard, J., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Richard, clerk, post-office, Saigon

Richard, Rev. T., missionary, Taiyunfoo, Shanse

Richard, Mme., mistress, girl's public school, Saigon

Richard, Mme., dressmaker, Saigon

Richards, T. R., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Richards, C. W., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Richards, C. P., detective inspector of police, Singapore

Richards, P. N., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Richards, J., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Richards, G. C., pilot, Newchwang

Richardson, T. W., (Bradley & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Swatow

Richardt, T.. (W. Birt & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Richelieu, A. de, Siamese navy, Bangkok

Richmond, A., clerk, military secretary's office

Richmond, T. G., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Richter, A., hat manufacturer, Iloilo

Richter, B., (A. Richter) assistant, Manila

Richter, R., (A. Richter) assistant, Manila

Richter, H. A., commission agent, Hiogo

Rick, A., (Theo. Körner) assistant, Wladiwostock

Rickard, Miss, (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Rickards, Fred., secretary, Union Club, Staunton street

Rickerby, C., (Browne & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Rickett, J., (P. & O. S. N. Co.) agent, Yokohama

Ricketts, Miss C. M., missionary, Swatow

Rickman, C. L., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Riddell, Rev. W., medical missionary, Swatow

Riddle, C., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Riechmann, J. J., (A. Markwald & Co.) merchant & Austrian consul, Bangkok

Riegler, C., (Katz Brother-) assistant, Singapore

Riemer, paymaster, H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Rieméts, F., (Friederichs & Co.) clerk, Penang

Rietschler, R., (Hirsbrunner & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Riley, J. R., missionary, Chungking

Riley, C. R., (Shanghai Medical Hall) assistant, Shanghai Ringer, J. M., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Ringer, F., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

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Rioja, R., commissary, army administration, Manila

Rippon, Lieut. G., East Kent regiment, Singapore

Risk, H., chi f engineer, steamer Chiukiang, Hongkong and Shanghai Ristelhueber, P., interpreter, French Legation, Peking

Ritchie, H. A., (P. & Ö). S. N. Co.) clerk, Queen's Road

Ritchie, J. M., (Stephens & Holmes) clerk, Wyndham street

Ritchie, Mrs. missionary, Taiwanfoo

Ritter, G., constable, German Legat.on, Peking

Ritter, E., (Putt farcken, Rheiner & Co.) merchan, Singapore (absent)

Riu, J. M., (P. Sartorius) druggist, Daraga, Philippines

Rius, J., engineer, public works department, Manila

Rivas, Sor, J., superiora, hospital San José, Manila

Rivault, E., contractor, Saigon

Rivera, J. P. de, administrador de hacienda publica, Manila

Rivera, S. E., F. P. de, Marques de Estella, Capitan General of Philippines

Rivera, E. T,, (Harrison & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Rivera, J. R., Governor-general's office, Manila

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Rivera, J., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Rivera, J. G., telegraph clerk, Manila

Rivers, W., inspector of police

Rivière, J. A., (Denis Frères) clerk, Saigon

Rivière, H., director of Marine arsenal, Sigon

Rivière, de la Mure, commander, Le Drac, Saigon

Rivington, Chas., share broker and proprietor Shanghai Mercury, Shanghai

Rizzi, J. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Roach, J. S., second officer, steamer Fokien, Coast

Robarts, J. A. T., linguist, Procurador's department, Macao

Robarts, R. R., (H. N. Mody) assistant, Graham street

Robb, D., (Buyers & Robb) shipwright, Singapore

Roberts, C., assistant purser, receiving ship Emily Jane, Shanghai

Robits, J, (Rose & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Roberts, J., master, Tugboat Association, Shanghai

Roberts, J., chief engineer, steamer Hailoong, Coast Roberts, G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo

Roberts, Rev. J. H., missionary, Kalgan

Roberts, J., turnkey, British Consular gaol, Yokohama

Roberts, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter and diver, Shanghai

Roberts, A., (Coare, Lind & Co.) silk inspector, Canton

Roberts, J. P., marine surveyor, Shanghai

Roberts, H. M., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Roberts, E. A., assistant, receiving ship Wellington, Shanghai

Roberts, A., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Robertson, C. H. E., (Chartered Mercanti.e Bank) sub-accountant, Singapore

Robertson, J. H., M.D., medical practitioner, Singapore

Robertson, D., assist. mechanical engineer, Takasima Colliery, Nagasaki Robertson, J. B., (Bi ́nki vann & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Robertson, G., Macitor Customs watcher, Canton

  Robertson, A., (S. C. c'arnham & Co.) assistaut, Shangbai Robertson, R. M., (Parisbaw & Co.) engineer, Manila

Robertson, W. S., clerk, Imperial telegraph service, Kobe

Robertson, E. J., (Martin Dyes & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Robertson, W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Toyoshima-maru

Robertson, A. L., (Drysuie, Ringer & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Robertson, H. G., contractor and builder, Foochow

Robertson, Wm., (Boyd & Co.) engineer, Shanghai

Robertson, Russell, B., consui for Great Britain, Yokohama (absent)

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   Robilliard, W. S., manager, Chartered Mercantile Bank, Shanghai Robins, M., (M. Robins & Co.) exchange office, Shanghai Robinson, S. R., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Singapore Robinson, J. N, paymaster, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Robinson, G. G., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Robinson, C. G., lieutenant, H.M.S. Iron Duke

Robinson, Rev. J., missionary, Tientsin

Robinson, N. J., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) clerk, Manila

Robinson, J., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shangbai

Robinson, A., solicitor, Shanghai

Robinson, W. J., (Butterfield & Swire) tea inspector, Shanghai

Robinson, Geo., captain, H.B.M. corvette Encounter

Robinson, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Suminoye-maru

Robinson, W., second officer, steamer Albay, Coast

Robison, Richard D., (Wilkin & Robison) merchant, Yokohama Robles, Z., veterinary surgeon, Iloilo

Robles, Z., milliner, Iloilo

Robles y Marquez, F., secretary to Civil governor, Manila

Robless, R. R., clerk, court of requests, Penang

Robson, J., master enginewright, Keelung Colliery

Roca, A. S., medical practitioner, Manila

Rocca, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Rocha, A. L., (J. Peña & Co.) marine inspector, Manila

Rocha, R., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Rocha, A. C. da, (Margesson & Co.) clerk, Macao

Rocha, C. V. da, colonial treasurer, Macao

Rocha, A. L., marine surveyor, Manila

Rocha, F. da, clerk, commissão do hospital militar de S. Januario, Macao

Rocha, F. de P. M. da, clerk, revenue office, Macao

Rocha, J. G. da, accountant, Post-office

Rocha, A. A. da, purser, steamer Powan, Hongkong & Canton

Roche, tide-surveyor, Royal Customs, Hanoi

Roché, conductor, public works department, Saigon

Rocher, E., Maritime Customs assistant (absent)

Rochet, L., chancelier, French consulate, Singapore Rochon du Verdier, paymaster, French frigate Thémis Rock, W. B., engineer, H.B.M. steamer Victor Emanual Rodatz, G. C. F., (Jas. Hirsbrunner) clerk, Tientsin Rodewald, J. F., (Rodewald & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Rodger, A., (China Sugar Refi.ing Co) assistant, East point Rodil, S., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Rodorede, F. de P., marmolista, Manila

Rodrigo, V., assistant, public works department, Iloilo Rodrigues, 'T'b. J., professor, "Escola Commercial," Macao

Rodrigues, L. F., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore Rodrigues, B. S., warden, Water Police, Macao

Rodrigues, A., trader, Iloilo

Rodrigues, F., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington Street

Rodrigues, B., (Typographia Mercantil) compositor, Macao

Rodrigues, J., Jr., warden, water police, Macao

Rodrigues, M., clerk, Marine department, Singapore

Rodrigues, H. J., house agent and rent collector, Ladder street terrace

Rodrigues, Rev. V. V., chaplain of ex-convent of Sta. Clara, Macao

Rodrigues, J. J., (M. Kirkwood) clerk, Yokohama

Rodrigues, J. M., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Singapore

Rodrigues, J., clerk, treasurer's office, Macao

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rodrigues, J. S., first clerk, Stamp Revenue office

Rodrigues, A. J., clerk, Post-office

Rodrigues, J., clerk, Court of Requests, Singapore

Rodrigues, A. A., clerk, Marine department and post office, Malacca

Rodriguez, U., apothecary, Manila

Rodriguez, P. V., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rodriguez, J., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Felegraph Co.) clerk, Singapore Rodriguez, E., clerk, commissariat, Singapore

Rodriguez y Muñoz, T., minister for Spain, Peking

Rodriguez, D., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Rodriguez, T., comandante of cavalry, Philippines

Rodriguez, U., chemist, Manila

Rodriguez, J. D., ayudante, Naval forces, Manila

Rodriguez, R. D., ayudante, Naval forces, Manila

Rodriguez, A., assistant, department of forests, Vigan, Luzon

Rodriguez, J., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Rɔdyk, B., (Rodyk & Davidson) advocate and attorney, Singapore

Rodyk, Jas., secretary, Municipality, Malacca

Rodyk, W. A., chief clerk, Court of Requests, Malacca

Rydyk, W., registrar, Snpreme Court, Malacca

Roehr, Victor, (C. Illies & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Roensch, Cr., ( G. van P. Petel & Co.) merchant, Manila

Roensch, O., (A. Roensch) hat manufacturer, Manila

Roensch, A., bat maker, Manila and Iloilo (absent)

Roensch, G., secretary, Gerinan consulate, Mauila

Ro ser, P., Honden, Osaka

Roesing, G., (Baer Senior & Co.) clerk, Manila

Roger, F. R. N., (Borneo Company) clerk, Bangkok

Rogers, H. S., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Rogers, Ed., (China and Japan Trading Co.) agent, Nagasaki

Rogers, G. O., surgeon dentist, Bank Buildings

Rogers, G. F., P. A. surgeon, U.S.S. Richmoud

Rogerson, J. M., (Gas Co.) works foreman, Shanghai

Rogge, C. G., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Roggers, G. S., (Edbrook & Co.) manager, Shanghai

Rohde, M., (Wm. Meyerink & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rohde, R. T., (Oriental Bank Corporation) assistant accountant, Yokohama

Rohde, C., Peruvian consul, Yokohama (absent)

Rohde, W., (Kunst & Albers) clerk, Wladiwostock

Rohlk, (Hartwig & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Roland, E., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Roldan, R., assistant, Mint, Manila

Rollen, F., (Vaño & Reyes) godown keeper, Cebu

Rolleston, J. P., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. Foxhound

Romanet, E., precepteur, French Municipal Council, Shanghai

Romano, A. G., (J. J. dos Remedios & Co.) mer., con. for Brazil & bon. con. for Portugal

Romea y Diaz, A., gefe de negociado, Contadoria de hacienda, Manila

Rome, G., second officer, Customs cruiser Ling Feng, Chefoo

Romeo, B., contador, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila

Romera, M. J. de la, gefe de seccion, administracion civil, Manila Romero, D., abogado, Iloilo

Romero, J. R. de, interventor, hacienda publica, Iloilo Romero, R., assistant, public works department, Manila Romero y Reyes, R., (Reyes & Co.) assistant, Manila Romeu, A., professor of pharmacy, university, Manila Romillo, V., surgeon, Army medical department, Manila

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Ronaldson, W., (New Harbour Dock Co.) chief engineer, Singapore

Rondel, A. M., Bangkok

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

Ropers, harbour-master, Saigon

Roque, H., (V. Roque) manager, Saigon

Roque, V., merchant, Saigon

Roquette, Guillaume de, Minister for France, Tokio Roretz, A. von., M.D., physician, Nagoya, Yokohama Rosa, C., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila Rosada, E., telegraph operator, Manila

   Rosado, M, Sociedad Seguros Maritimo, Manila Rosario, A. V. del, secretary, real audiencia, Manila Rosario, B. del, ecclesiastical department, Manila Rosario, B. G. del, assistant, botanical gardeus, Manila Rose, E., overseer of works, Surveyor-general's department Rose, W. H., (Borneo Co.) wharf superintendent, Singapore Rose, P., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) clerk, Bangkok Rose, C., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) merchant, Bangkok Rose, E., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) clerk, Singapore Rose, Mrs. J. F., milliner, Queen's road

Rose, T., engineer, Yokohama

Rose, T. I., (Borneo Co.) assistant and consul for Siam, Queen's road Rose, E. N., (Boyd & Co.) merchant, Ainoy

Rose, Miss, (Rose & Co.) milliner, Queen's road

Rose, A. P., (Foochow Ice Co.) assistant, Foochow

Rosello, B, medical practitioner, Manila

Rosen, Baron R, secretary, Russian Legation, Tokio

Rosenbaum, S., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow Rosenbaum, J., auctioneer, Shanghai

Ross, J., Government Service, Bangkok

Ross, K. McK., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central

Ross, Rev. John, missionary, Newchwang

Ross, W., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Ross, H. C., assistant Government architect, Bangkok Ross, J., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai Ross, J. D., Jr., shipowner, Singapore

   Ross, F. J. C., (Logan & Ross) barrister-at-law, Penang Rossigneux, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Rost, W., (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Canton (abs-nt) Rothdauscher, H., (Labbard & Co.) clerk, Manila Rothdauscher, A., (H. Rothdauscher) assistant, Iloilo Rothdauscher, H., chemist, Iloilo

Kötschke, C. A., (H. J. Andrews & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent)

Rott, director of gendarmerie, Saigon

Rotz, Rev. M. M. de, Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Rouch, L., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Rouchaud, telegraphist, Sadec, Cochin China

Rougé, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Rougé, assist. commissioner, Approvisionements, Saigon

   Rouger, Rev., Roman Catholic apostolic provicar, Kiukiang Rougeot, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Rouquette, commander, French cruiser Kersaint Rousseau, Rev. P. L., French missionary, Bangkok Roussier, (Roussier & Slvin) contractor, Saion Roustan, J., (U. Pila & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Roustan, L., (Jardine, Matheson & Co,) clerk, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Rouvier, commander, French gunboat Lutin

Roux, surgeon to French Protectorate, Pnompenh, Cambodia Roux, pilot, Saigon

Rover, B., (Behre & Co.) clerk, Cholen, Saigon

Rovira, F., ministro, Tribunal de Cuentas, Manila Rowe, C, constable, British consulate, Kiukiang Rowe, Alfred, (Thomas, Rowe & Smith) Canton Rowe, J., fitter, Naval yard

Rowell, T. I., M.D., principal medical officer, Singapore Rowland, T. J., clerk and usher, Supreme Court

Rowland, E. J. O., (R. E. Wainewright) clerk, Shanghai Roxas, F. L., (Roxas, Reyes & Co.) merchant, Manila Roxas, F., professor de dibujo, University, Manila Roxas, J. B., merchant, Manila

Roxas, P. P., (J. B. Roxas) merchant, Manila Roza, F. X., clerk, revenue office, Macao Roza, S., ensign, National Battalion, Macao

Roza, F. S. da, bedel, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Roza, P. da, (Mustard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Roza, M. B. da, member of Municipal Council, Macao

Reza, P. de, ninth clerk, General Post Office, Singapore

Roza, A. A. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's 10ad

  Roza, E. da, student interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao Roza, P. S. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Canton

Roza, B. M. N. d' A., surgeon, Police force, Macao

Roza, A. M. da, opium dealer, Macao

Roza, L. d'A., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Roza, D. da, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Roza, B. M. de A., retired lieut.-colonel, Macao

  Roza, A. B. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Roza, M. M. da, (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Roza, João da, barber and hairdresser, Wellington street

Rozario, B. del, (Dürr & Co.) clerk, Manila

Rozario, L. A. do, (O. & V. S. S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Rozario, L., (J. Ribeiro) assistant, Macao

Rozario, R. do, assistant wardmaster, Hospital de San Rafael, Macao

Rozario, A. do, compositor, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai

Rozario, J. F. do, (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rozario, A. do, (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Rozario, P. A., clerk, Import and Export office, Singapore Rozario, P. F., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Rozario, C. do, proprietor, Mercantile Printing office, Shanghai Rozario, Art. do, manager, Mercantile Printing office, Shanghai Rozario, M., (A. Millar & Co.) assistant, Queen's road east Rozario, H. do, compositor, Daily Press office, Wyndham street Rozario, J. P., compositor, Daily Press office

  Rozario, D. F., (Cameron, Dunlop & Co.) clerk, Singapore Rozario, A. A. do, (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rozario, F. J. do, (M. A. dos Remedios) clerk, Macao

Rozario, F. F. do, interpreter, Water Police station, Macao Rozario, L., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) turner, Singapore

Rozario, P. H. do, clerk, Colonial Secretary's office

  Rozario, F. H., (MacKenzie & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Rozario, L., (Shanghai Mercury office), compositor, Shangbai Rozario, A. J. do, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central Rozario, E. F. do, (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Praya central

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   Rozario, D. do, (D. Rozario & Co.) commission agent, Foochow Rozario, L., (Sharp, Toller, & Johnson) clerk, Supreme Court House Rozario, M. C. do, (Rozario & Co.) merchant, Stanley street Rozario, L. M. do, messenger, Municipal Chamber, Macao

Rozario, A. F. do, proprietor, "Canton Hotel," and auctioneer, Canton Rozario, J. E., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Shanghai Rozario, A. C. do, master of Governor's galley, Macao Rozario, J. M., (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's road Rozario, F. X., (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Rozario, F. do, (Typographia Mercantil) compositor, Macao Rezario, J., clerk, commissariat, Singapore

Rozario, F. P., (Victoria Dispensary) assistant, Peddar's Wharf Rozario, F. P. do, compositor, Celestial Empire office, Shanghai Rozario, F., (N. C. Herald office) compositor, Shanghai Rozario, M., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Manila Rozario, P. A. do, clerk, colonial treasury, Singapore Rozario, A., assistant master, Free school, Penang Rozario, V., assistant master, Free school, Penang Rozario, E., (Schmidt, Kustermann & Co.) clerk, Penang Rozario, R. N. P., clerk, Land office, Malacca

   Rozario, J. D., acting chief clerk, survey department, Malacca Rozario, P. do, (H. A. Bamugarten) clerk, Malacca Rozario, C. do. (H. A. Baumgarten) clerk, Malacca Rozario, M. P., (L. H. Woods) chief clerk, Malacca Roze, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon Roze, J., (V. Roque) assistant, Saigon

Rozells, N. J., senior clerk, Supreme Court, Malacca Rubart, Henry, constable, German consulate, Tientsin Ruck, O. E, lieutenant, Royal Engineers

Ruddy, Jas., gunner, H.B.M. gunvessel Lily Rudel, R., (Blaze, Rudel & Co.) druggist, Penang

Rudland, W. D., missionary, Taichow, Ningpo

Rüdiger, kapitain-lieut., H.Í. German M.S. Elizabeth

Rudyerd, B., district surveyor, public works department, Penang Ruegg, H., (Rautenberg, Schmidt & Co.) clerk, Singapore Ruetz, unter-lieut., H.T. German M.S. Hertha

Ruff, Th., (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton

Ruff, J., (Siemssen & Co.) silk inspector, Canton

Ruhstrat, E., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Ruiz, de Arana, M., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Ruiz, J., conta lor, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Ruiz, R., assistant, public works departinent, Manila

Ruiz, G., comandante, Estado Mayor, Manila

Rumble, Wm., chief engineer, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus Rümelin, C.. (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Piaya

Rumine, P., consul for Russi, Nagasaki

Rumjohn, B., (Ramsey & C›.) clerk, Bangkok

Rump, C., (E. Meyer & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Rumpeter, Rev, pastor, Lutheran church, Wadiwostock

Ruppaner, J., (Labhart & Co.) clerk, Manila

Rüssel, H., storekeeper, Pnom-penh, Cambodia

Russell, H. C., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Kinkiang

Russell, Thos., (Powell & Sanderson) assistant, Shanghai

Russell, S. M., M.A., professor of astronomy and meteorology, College of Peking

Russell, M., (Curnow & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Russell, W. B., Maritime Customs, acting commissioner, Amoy

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Russell, E. S., (John Lite &

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.) assistant, Singapore

Russell, D. A., commission agent, Shanghai

Russell, Hon. J., Registrar General and acting puisne judge Russell, E. H., (Mansfield, Bogaardt & Co.) clerk, Penang Russell, Th., agent, Gt. Northern Telegraph Co., Wladiwostock

  Russell, I.. (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) assistant, Wladiwostock Russell, Mrs. missionary, Ningpo

Russell, A. W., surgeon Royal Naval Hospital

Russell, Miss E., missionary, Nagasaki

Rustomjee, C., merchant, Cantou

Rustomjee, C., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Rustomjee, S., broker, Pottinger street

Rutimeyer, W., (Friederichs & Co.) clerk, Penang

Rutnagur, D. C., (Burjorjee Khodadad & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Rutter, E. W., (Oriental Bank Corporation) assist. accountant and cashier, Queen's road

Ruttmann, H., (J. W. Mülier & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Ruttonjee, B., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bauk) clerk, Shanghai

Ruttonjee, E., shopkeeper, Peel street

Ruttonjee, M., (D. Nowr jee) assistant, Queen's road

Ruttonjee, B., shopkeeper, Peel street

Ruttunjee, D., (D. Ruttunjee & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road

Ruyter, J. L., (Rasch & Ruyter) merchant, Hiogo

Ruyter, J., (Rasch & Ruyter) clerk, Hiogo

  Ryan, F. J., (A. Millar & Co.) assistant, Queen's road east Ryke, J. de, engineer, Construction section, Osaka

Rylander, J. G., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Wuhu Ryrie, Hon. Phineas, (Turner & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Sá, L. J., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sa, H. de, assistant interpreter, Foreign office, Bangkok Sá, A. F. de, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sá, F. de, (Lane, Crawford & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Sa, J. L. de, Bangkok

Saavedra, A. de, (Messageries Maritimes) assistaut, Singapore Saavedra, R., (M. J. Galian) assistant, Manila

Saavedra, S., assistant, Custom house, Manila

Saball, P., fiscal, Supreme Court, Manila

Sabattier, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Sachau, G., (Arnhold, Karberg & Co ) clerk, Shanghai

Sachenal, J., (Barlow & Wilson) assistant, Manila

Sachse, Paul, (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Canton

Sackermann, E., (Tillson, Herrmann & Co.) merchant, Manila

Sadler, A., deputy commissary general of ordnance

Sadler, Rev. J., missionary, Amoy

Sadmuljee, (N. Sodutroy) manager, Gage street

Saer, W. E. P., paymaster, H.R.M. corvet1e Cleopatra

Saez, F., teacher, seminario conciliar de jaro, Iloilo

Saez, T., trader, Iloilo

Sage, H., constable, British Consulate, Swatow

Sagües, L., accountant, Mint, Manila

Salagun, J., assistant, Custom house, Man la Saintard de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon Saintenoy, telegraphist, Bienhoa, Cochin-China

St. Bois, J. A., Boulangerie Francaise, Shanghai

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St. Clair, A. F., commander, H.B.M. gun-vessel Fly

St. Croix, G. C. de, (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) acting agent, Amoy

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St. Croix, Chas. W. de, Maritime Customs assistant (absent)

St. Croix, W. de, (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Pottinger street St. John, R. N., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama St. John., J. A., district surveyor, public works department, Penang Sainz, Ben, (V. Sainz) pawnbroker, Manila

Sainz, Rev. F. F., procurator, Dominican Mission, Caine road Sainz, V., pawnbroker, Manila

Sainz, Bon., (V. Sainz) pawnbroker, Manila

Saklatwala, D. N., (Nowrojee & Co.) manager, Peel street Salabelle, Madame X., Bay View House Academy, Yokohama Salabelle, X.. Bay View House Academy, Yokohama

Saladin, Rev. E., French missionary, Ban-nok-kuak, Bangkok Salamanca, P., (V. Sainz) assistant, Manila

   Salamanca, A., (J. Zobel) chemist, Laguna, Philippines Salamanca, G., (J. Zobel) chemist, Cavite, Philippines Salaün-Penquer, lieutenant, French cruiser Champlain Salazar, B., (Victoria Undertakers) clerk, Queen's road east Sale, G., (Holme & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Sales, F. M., clerk, register department, Macao

Sales, V. A., chancelier-interprète, French consulate, Canton

Salette, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Salielles, Rev. C., French Catholic mission, Bukeh Timah, Singapore Salin, E., photographer, Saigon

Salinger, F., (E. Vogel) silk inspector, Can'on

Saliro, almacenero, hacienda publica, Iloilo

Salje, C., proprietor, Oriental Hotel, Bangkok

Sallana, B., comisario de guerra, Manila

Salmon, C., deputy marshal, U.S. Consulate, Yokohama

Salmon, P. A., Roman Catholic Mission, Ban-nok-kuak, Siam

Salmon, R. M., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Salmon, Rev. M. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki

Salmond, W., third officer, steamer Thales, Coast

Saltzkorn, E., (Behre & Co.) merchant, and German Consul, Saigon (absent)

Salvery, A., baker, Yokohama

Salzmann, E., organist, St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore

Sambet, conductor, Public Works department, Saigon

Samie, L., second commissaire, French consulate, Yokohama

Sample, W. S., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Sampson, H. W., clerk, mercantile marino office

Sampson, A. F., bourding officer, Harbour-master's department

Sampson, Theo., bead master, Government School, Canton

Sampson, Jas. A., Surveyor-general's office

Sampson, L. D., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Samson, J., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Samuel, storekeeper, Haiphong

Samuels, F. V., (C. & J. Trading Co.) assistant, Yokohama

San Augustine, J., carriage builder, Iloilo

San, E. de, (De San & Co.) merchant, Hiogo

Sanches, C. A., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shangbai

Sanches, R., (Dauver & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Sanches, F. V., (National Bank of India) clerk, Singapore

Sanchez, J., teniente, Seccion de Archivo, Manila

Sanchez, E., professor, infantry school, Manila

Sanchez, F., ecclesiastical department, Manila

Sanchez, D., assistant, department of forests, Manila

Sanchez, M., assistant, department of forests, Cebu

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Sanclio, A., surgeon major, Army medical department, Manila Sancho, J., assistant, Mint, Manila

Sander, F., (Sander & Co) merchant, Queen's read Sanders, A., boatswain, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Sanders, H., (Deetjen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Sanders, F. A., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Sanders, W. A. L., Maritime Customs examiner, Canton

Sanders, B., third engineer, steamer Esmeralda, Hougkong and Manila Sanderson, B. II., master mariner, Bangkok

Sanderson, T., (G. Falconer & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Sandilands, Hon. F. R., lieut.-commander, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito Sandret, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Sands, Miss C. A., missionary, Yokohama

Sandström, B. I, Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Kiukiang

Sangster, C. F. A., acting registrar, Supreme Court

Sangster, T., signalman, Harbour Master's office, Shanghai gano, J., (Smith Bell & Co.) clerk, Cebu

Santallana, M., clerk, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Santalo, F., commandant of artillery, Naval arsenal, Manila Sta. Catharina, Very Rev. V., vicar general, Malacca Santamaria, P., (J. Zobel) chemist, Zamboanga, Philippines Santa Maria, J. A., clerk, Government Printing Office, Singapore Sta. Maria, F., teacher, St. Francis school, Malacca

Santamaria, S., oficial, administracion de estancadas, Manila Santiago, T., restaurant keeper, Manila

Santisteban, F. A., secretary, tribunal de cuentas, Manila Santos, F. T., relatore, real audiencia, Manila

Santos, J. P., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Santos, C. A., (Brereton and Wotton) clerk, Queen's road

Santos, A. dos, almoxarifado de guerra, Macao

Santos, E. C. dos, photographer, &c., Takao

Santos, J. M., compositor, Japan Gazette office, Yokohama

Santos, A. F. dos., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street

Santos, S. J., (Brereton & Wotton) clerk, Queen's road

Santos, N., (E. M. Barretto & Co.) assistant, Manila

Sanz, M., presidente de Sala, real audiencia, Manila

Sapoorjee, E., (P. & O.S.N. Co.,) lerk, Praya

Sapoorjee Cowasjee Kudwa, (Cursedjee Oorkerjee Bhassania) clerk, Peel street Saracho, D., (Macleod & Co.) clerk, Mani'a

Saralegn, L., interventor, administracion de la armada, Manila

Sarazin, F., Foreign Office, Tokio

Sarda, P., (Mitsu Bishi M.S.S. Co.) assistant civil engineer, Tokio

Sarda y Llaveria, M., contador, tribunal de cuentas, Manila

Sardinha, E. P., captain, police force, Macao

Saigence, counsellor, Court of appeal, Saigon

Sargent, E. A., (Sargent, Farsari & Co.) stationer, Yokohama

Sarlabus, M., official, Ayuntamiento, Manila

Sarnighausen, E., (G. Steinbach) clerk, Wladiwostock

Sarthou, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Sarton, M., interventor, adminis, colecciones y labores, Manila

Sartorius, K., (Botica de la Escolta) assistant, &c., Manila Sartucha, "La Vascongada" restaurant, Manila

Sass, F., proprietor, "Globe Hotel," Bangkok

Sassi, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang

Sasso, A., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street

Sassoon, E. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant, Queen's road (absent)

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Sassoon, D. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Sassoon, M. E., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Sassoon, F. D., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) merchant, Praya central Sathasivani, J. R., teacher, Government school, Singapore Satow, L. de W., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Satow, E. M., Japanese secretary, British Legation, Tokio Saturneno, P., paymaster, Portuguese gunboat Tomeya Sauger, P. M., (Dauver & Co.) clerk, Amoy Saul, G. M., (R. F. Hoskyn) clerk, Iloilo Saunders, W., artist and photographer, Shanghai Saunders, Captain J C., marine surveyor, Foochow Saune, de, lieutenant, French frigate Thémis

Saura, P., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Sauret, Rev. M., Roman Catholic missionary, Nagasaki Saussesean, contractor, Saigon

Sautucci, Hanoi

Sauvage, A. A., secretary to committee of public works, Macao Sauvaget, surgeon, French crui er Parseval, Haiphong

Savage, T. A., warder, gaol, Singapore

Savedra, F. R., civil Governor's office, Manila

Sawtelle, G. E., (Mustard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Sawyer, F. E., master, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Sawyer, F. H., consulting engineer, Manila

Saxtorph, V., master mariner, Bangkok

Sayle, T. H., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Sayle, B B. D., (Sayle & Co.) linen draper, &c., Queen's road

Savle, W. J., Maritime Customs examiner, Newchwang

Scaife, G., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Scarborough, Rev. W., missionary, Haukow

Schaab, W., (Pickenpack, Thies & Co.) merchant, Bangkok

Schaal, F., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Schaar, B., (Dircks & Co.) merchant and vice-consul for Germany, Swatow Schack, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Schadenberg, A., farmaceutico, Manila

Schaible, Rev. D., missionary, Basil Mission, Nyenbangli

Scharrer, M, (Carlowitz & Co.) clerk, Praya

Schaub, Rev. M., missionary, Basil Mission, Lilong

Schaumlöffel, H., Maritime Customs examiner, Swatow

Scheder, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Scheerder, J. C., (New Dispensary) assistant, Singapore

Scheerder, J. L., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore

Scheffer, J. F., shipchandler, Pottinger street

Scheibel, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Schelkis, T., (J M. Lyon & Co.) storekeeper, Singapore

Schelkis, E., clerk, commissariat, Singapore

Scheppelinann, C., (Gas Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Schereschewsky, Rt. Rev. S. I. J., bishop of Am. Prot. Episcopal Church, Shangh.

Scherzer, F., acting consul, French consulate, Haukow

Scherzer, F. A., Maritime Customs clerk, Hankow

Schiff, F., (H. C. Morf & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Schiloff, A., superintendent of revenues, Wladiwostock

Schinne, Otto, (Schinne & Francke) merchant, Yokohama

Schjöth, F., Maritime Customs acting deputy commissioner, Canton

Schlemming, C., master mariner, Bangkok

Schlueter, F. H., (Delacamp, Macgregor & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Schlüter, P. G. H., (Schlüter & Strandt) compradore, Hakodate

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Schmacker, B., (Carlowitz & Co.) merchant, Praya central

Schmid, C., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk and chancelier, Swiss consulate, Manila Schmid, H., (Lamache & Co.) assistant, Bangkok

Schmidt, W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Schmidt, master mariner, Bangkok

Schmidt, Chas., (Schmidt & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Schmidt, C. H., constable, German Consulate, Yokohama

Schmidt, H., (Behre & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Schmidt, W., (W. Schmidt & Co.) gunsmith, Beaconsfield Arcade

Schmidt, J. Meinhard, public accountant, Shanghai

Schmiegelon, master matiner, Bangkok

Schmitt, Rev. F. J., French missionary, Patrew, Siam

Schmitz, C. A., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Schnakenburg, H., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Schneer, S., (S. Schueer y Hermano) jeweller, Manila

Schneer, M., (S. Schneer y Hermano) jeweller, Manila

Schneider, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Schoene, F., (Valmale, Schoene & Milsom) merchant, Yokohama Schoening, H., (Hunt & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Schoenke, F., watchmaker and photographer, Foochow

Scholiuus, C., engineer, Dock Company, Bangkok

Schomburg, A., merchant, Hoihow

Schönberger, R., (Kruse & Co.) tobacconist, &c., Que n's road Schönfeld, F., (Schönfeld & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Schönhard, G., (Schönhard & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent) Schönicke, J. F., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Schoning, H., Hiogo

Schraub, E., (Busch, Schraub & Co.) shipchandler, Yokohama Schriever, W., (Schriever & Co.) merchant, Haiphong and Hanoi Schriever, J. F., (Schriever & Co.) clerk, Haiphong

Schroeder, K., (Schroeder Fières) proprietor, saw mills, Saigon Schroeder, A., (Schroeder Frères) proprietor, saw mills, Saigon Schröder, Miss F., teacher, Berlin Foundling hospital, High street Schroers, A., merchant and silk inspector, Shanghai

Schroeter, H., (Stemssen & Co.) clerk, Canton Schröter, J. G, (Meyer & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Schufeldt, Geo. S., marshal, U.S. consulate, Shanghai Schultz, G., municipal police constable, Yokohama Schultz, H. M., (J. W. Müller & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Schultz, R., (Grossmann & Co.) clerk, d'Aguilar street

Schultz, Carl, photographer and watchmaker, Wladivostock

'Schultze, Rev. O., Basil mission, Lilong

Schultze, E., captain, steamer Yangtsze, Hongkong and Shanghai

Schultze, A., merchant, Yokohama

Schumecher, L. C., master, Bangkok

Schüren, H., photographer, Mandla

Schuster, P., chemist, Manila

Schütt, Mrs. N. P., proprietrix, "Beach Hotel," Chefoo

Schütt, O., topographer to Geological survey of Japan, Tokio

Schwabe, R. S., (Kingdon, Schwabe & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Schwartzkopff, lieu etant, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Schwarzkopf, F., (F. Blackhead & Co.) assistant, Praya

Schwarzkopf, P., (F. Blackhead & Co.) shipchandler, Praya (absent) Schwemanu, D. W., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Quen's road Schwenger, A., (J. Witte) manager of ice works, Manila Scidmore, G. H., U.S. Consular clerk, Yokohama

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Scott, B. C. G., H.B.M. vice-consul, Shanghai (absent)

Scott, D., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Seirio-maru

Scott, W., Hiogo

Scott, T., (J. M, Lyon & Co.) foreman, Singapore

Scott, C., sub-inspector o. police, Singapore

Scott, J., second engineer steamer Chinkiang, Hongkong and Shanghai Scott, T., proprietor, "Old Singapore" hotel, Singapore

Scott, F. W. R., manager "Old Singapore" hor

Scott, C., acting inspector of police, Manila

Sc tt, B. O., ensign, U.S. sloop Monocacy

Singapore

Scott, W. L., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) supt. Cosmopolitan Dock Scott, W., (Hongkong Ice Company) assistant, Ice House street

Scott, Thos., engineer, H.M. Naval Yard

Scott, T., (Geo. W. Lake & Co.) assistant, Nagas ki Scott, Thos., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito Scott, R., (Tanjong Pagar Deck Co.) turner, Singapore Scott, R. M., (C. & J. Trading Co.) assistant, Nagasaki Scott, J., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Scott, F. W., (Donaldson & Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore Scott, M. G., (Lloyd, Kho Tiong Pob & Co.) agent, Amoy Scott, W. R., (W. R. Scott & Co.) merchant, Singapore Scott, T. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hankow Scott, J., British consular service

Scott, T., (Guthrie & Co.) merchant, Singapore (absent) Scott, Rt. Rev. C. P., D.D., Bishop in North China, Chefoo Scott, J. L., (Turnbull, Howie & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Scott, J. H., (Butterfield & Swire) merchant, Shanghai Scott, Capt. D., broker, Customs agent, &c., Yokohama Scott, E. I., M.D.. medical practitioner, Swatow (absent) Scott, G. O., (Oriental Bank) acting manager, Queen's road

Scriba, J., professor, Medical department, Imperial University, Tokio Scribe, F. G., consul for Belgium, Yokohama

Scribner, E. H., cadet engineer, U.S.S. Swatara

Scr.ven, M. E., apothecary, Government medical department, Perang Scruggs, W. L., United States consul, Canton (absent)

Scudamore, Staff Commander J. E., master attendant, Naval Yard

Sendder, W., head turnkey, Victoria Gaol

Scully, A. A., Malay interpreter, Supreme Court, Singapore

Scully, E., bailiff, Land office, Penang

Scutly, E. F., (Sandilands, Buttery & Co.) clerk, Penang

Seaman, John F., (Wisner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Searle, E., warder, gaol, Singapore

Sears, Miss Annie B., missionary, Peking

Seaton, F. O., (Coare, Lind & Co.) tea in pector, Canton

Seckendorff, Baron von, student interpreter, German Legation, Peking

Secker, J., (M. Secker & Co.) assistant, Manila

Secker, Engelbert, (M. Secker & Co.) hat manufacturer, Manila (absent)

Secker, A., (M. Secker & Co.) assistant, Manila

Seckinger, Rev. J., Roman Catholic missionary, Wuhu

Sedgwick, Rev. J. H., missionary, Hangchow

    Sedicb, Moosebhoy, Hajee Hamed Hajee Essack) clerk, Gage street Segonzac, E. D. de, Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Segura, aide-de-camp to Governor General of Philippines Seier, J. F. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Foochow Seiler, A., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore Seimund, C. H. E., (More & Seimund) shipchandler, Praya

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Srip, F., (Ed. Schellbass & Co.) clerk, Praya

Seisson, A., proprietor, " Hotel des Colonies," Shanghai Seitz, Chr., (M, Perez) assistant, Manila

Seitz, C. S., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Selby, Rev. T. G., missionary, Cauton

Selleuthin, C, lightkeeper, Shantung Promontory lighthouse Seltmann, unter-engineer, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Semallé, Vte. de, second secretary, French Legation, Peking

Seminoff, J. L., merchant, Wladiwostock

Semmario, Sor J., San José hospital, Manila

Semmern, van, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Senden-Bibran, von, korvetten kapitain, H.J. German M.S. Elisabeth

Seneca, C., (J. Zobel) assistant, Daraga, Philippines

Sengstack, H., (H. Ábrens & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Senmartin, clerk, Col nial Treasury, Saigon

Senn, O., teacher, foreign language school, Tokio

Senna, F., (Shanghai Mercury office) compositor, Shanghai

Senna, E. F. de, (Agra Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Seuna, J. F. de, Jr., (Reuter's Telegram Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sen an, C. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) elek, Shanghai

Senna, F. P., (Margesson & Co.) clerk, Macao

Senna, R. M., compositor A. C. Herald office, Shanghai Sennett, F., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Sens-Olive, J. M. B., clerk, Post-office and Treasury, Haiphong Sentance, W. V., merchant, Shanghai

Sequeira, E. P., reader, Daily Press office, Wyndham strect Sequeira, J. M., compositor, Daily Press office, Wyndham street Sequeira, G. J., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Sequeira, N., overseer, China Mail office, Wyndham street Sequeira, P. A., pianoforte tuner, Mosque stret

Sequera, J., sergeant major, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Manila Sequy, assistant treasurer, Saigon

Serano, P., capitan, Estado Mayor de la Plaza, Manila

Serdet, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Canton

Sergel, V., (Kumpers & Co.) manager, Singapore

Sergent, chief commissioner of Marine, Saigon

Serra, La Rocca, chief commissioner, Customs, Haiphong

Serraller, M., inspector, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila

Serrano, D., (M. P. Marqueti) clerk, Manila"

Serre, keeper of records, Municipal Council, Saigon

Serres, paymaster, Le Drac, Saigon

Servallonga, S., rector, seminario conciliar de Jaro, Iloilo

Servando, S., trader, Iloilo

Serviat, painter, Saigou

Sesma, A., captain of steamer Lola, Iloilo

Seth, P. A., (Edgar & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Seth, A. P., (Cornabé & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Seth, A., act, chief clerk, Col. Secretary's office and act. clerk of councils

Severim, A. F., commission agent, Macao

Severim, S., (Bavier & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Severin, A. B., (Associated Wharves) assistant, Suangbai

Sewjeebhoy, A., (A. Habibbhoy) clerk, Lyndhurst terrace.

Seymour, C., lieutenant, naviga'or, U.S.S. Ashuelot

Shand, W. J. S., merchant, Yokohama

Shann, Rev. R., B.A., missionary, Ningpo

Shapcott, I. A., engineer, Naval Yard

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Sharnhorst, G. D., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Shanghai Sharnhorst, G. C., inspector of nuisances, Malacca

Sharp, Ed., (Sharp, Toller, & Johnson) crown solicitor, Supreme Court House Sharp, C. S., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sharp, J., (Wheelock & Co.) broker, Shanghai

Sharp, W. F., bill broker, and secretary to the Municipal Council, Hankow

Sharp, Granville, (Sharp & Co.) estate agent, Queen's road

Shaugban, F., (Dunn, Melbye & Co.) clerk, Stanley street

Shaw, Mrs. J. M., missionary, Tungehow foo, Shantung

Shaw, Miss F. J., missionary, Nagasaki

Shaw, Rev. W. H., missionary, Pau-ting-foo

Shaw, T., (Medical Hall) assistant, Hiogo

Shaw, R.W., first engineer, Customs revenue cruiser Kua-hsing, Shanghai Shaw, S. L., (Bangkok Saw Mill) assistant, Bangkok

    Shaw, Rev. A. C., missionary, and chaplain to British Legation, Tokio Shaw, Capt. S. L., marine surveyor, Pago·la Anchorage, Foochow Sheehan, T., boatswain, U.S. corvette Alert

Sheerazi, H. A. R., (H. A. Asgar & H. Esmail) assistant, Gage street Sheffield, Rev. D. Z., missionary, Tung-chow

Shekary, G. I., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Čo.) Tientsin

Shelford, T., M. L. C., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) merchant, Singapore Shelmerdine, G., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Shepard, General I. F., United States consul, Hankow and Kiukiang Shepherd, A., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Queen's road

Shepherd, F., (A. Millar & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Shepherdson, R. J., bailiff, Sheriff's department, Malacca

Sheppard, H., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sheppard, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, & vice-consul for Sweden & Norway, Foochow Sheppard, F. C., superintendent, public works department, Malacca

Sheriff, B. M., (Donaldson and Burkinshaw) clerk, Singapore

Sherman, C. B., pilot, Taku

Shewan, G., chief officer, steamer Albay, Coast

Shewan, A., (Turner & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Shields, J., quarter-master, revenue cruiser Feihoo, Amoy

Shillibeer, E., manager, Temperance Hall

Shinagawa, E., Japanese consul-general, Shanghai

Shiraz, H. M. S., Hajee Mahomed & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst terrace

Shiraz, H. M. E., (Haje Mahomed & Co.) merchant, Lyndhurst terrace

Shirkoonoff, L. P., (A. L. Rodionoff & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Shirley, A. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift

Shoostoff, J. E., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Shorrock, L., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore

Short, W. H., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

Shortland, F. W., lieutenant, H.M.S. sloop Flying Fish

Shortland, C. J., (Imperial Arsenal) cartridge maker, Tientsin

Shuckford, T., sub-inspector of police, Singapore

Shurufally, A., (Abdoolcader Esmaljee) clerk, Gage street

Shuster, P., chemist, Manila

Shute, E., (R. H. Powers & Co) assistant, Nagasaki

Siber, H., (Siber & Brennwald) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Sicard, clerk, Court of appeal, Saigon

Sice, deputy attorney general, Saigon

Sick, R., (Kumpers & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Siddons, T. W., (Tanjong Pagar Wharf Co.) warehouseman, Singapore

Sidebottom, J. N., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) cleik, Manila

Sidford, H. Æ., Maritime Customs, acting deputy commissioner, Shanghai

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gidgreaves, Sir T., chief justice, Singapore

sidnikoff, chief of treasury, Wladiwostock

giebert, Dr., chief government medical adviser, Wladiwostock giebold, H. von, secretary, Austro-Hungarian Legation, Tokio giebs, N. A., (Siemssen & Co.) merchant, Queen's road Siegert, O., (P. Sartorius) assistant, Manila

Siegfried W. H. L., proprietor, Hotel de l'Europe, Singapore gied, C. W., (Overbeck & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

giemssen, G., (Siemssen & Co.) Foochow

siemssen, H. T., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road giemssen, A., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai gierra, S., postmaster, Iloilo

gigg, H., (Malherbe, Jullien & Co.) clerk, Bangkok gilas, M. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Queen's road gilas, N. I., (E D, Sass on & Co.) merchant, Qu'en's road gilas, A. S., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) clerk, Tientsin gilas, D. H., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) agent, Wuhu

gillar, A., (Tug Boat Association) master of tug, Shanghai

gillem, H., (L. Vrard & Co.) storekeeper and watchmaker, Shanghai gilva, A. da, (Brereton & Wotton, clerk, Queen's road

gilva, J. M. da, (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Silva, P. F. da, (Paul Heinemann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama gilva, J. G, da, medical practitioner, Macao

gilva, C. da, clerk, Surveyor-generai's office, Singapore

Silva, C. J. da, clerk, Resident Councillor's office, Malacca

gilva, A. H. da, (China and Japan Trading Co.) assistant, Shanghai Silva, clerk, archives office, law courts, Saigon

Silva, A. E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Silva, E. E. da, (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, Wanchai

Silva, A. A. Eça, commission agent, Queen's road

Silva, Dr. L. A. da, president, board of health, Macao

Silva, José da, lawyer, Macao

Silva, F. da, ensign, second battalion, Macao

Silva, F. A. F. da, lieutenant, commanding police, Macao

Silva, P. da, (Russell & Co.) Shanghai

  Silva, B. da, (Shanghai Mercury Office) compositor, Shanghai Silva, E. da, (Hewett & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Silva, E. M. da, P.M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Silva, H., (Imprimerie Commerciale) foreman, Singapore

  Silva, A. T. G., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Silva, J. da, (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Penang

Silva, C. J. P. da, major commanding Guia Fort, Macao Silva, L. da, (J. Grassi & Brother) assistant, Bangkok Silva, L. de, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Silva, J., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Silva, S., (Noronha & Co.).compositor, Zetland street Silva, A. A. da, member of municipal chamber, Macao Silva, J. F. da, clerk, Misericordia, Macao

Silva, S. S. da, clerk, Misericordia, Macao

Silva, F. M., in charge Leprous Asylum, Macao

Silva, Rev. F. A. da, Macao

Silva, J. P. da, (Alfred Dent & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

  Silva, P. N. da, interpreter, Procurador's department, Macao Silva, Rev. G. F. da, chaplain of St. Domingo's church, Macao Silva, M. J. M. G. da, clerk, St. Joseph's College, Macao Silva, J. B. Eça da, (Williams & Co.) clerk, Swatow

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Silva, J. da, clerk, Singapore Club, Singapore

Silva, C. A. da, (Chartered Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Silva, Manuel M. G. da, Macao

Silva. P. da, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Silva, J. da, Jr., (Mercantile Printing Office) compositor, Shanghai Silva, H. dn, (Inprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Saigon Silva, J. C. da, (Thomas & Mercer) clerk, Macao

Silva, U. da, steward, Civil Hospital

Silva, A. T. G. da, (Eça da Silva & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Silva, F. F. da, (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) operator, Amoy Silva, A. da, clerk, Post-office

Silva, A. H. M. da, (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Silva, E. M. da, lawyer, Macao

Silva, M. F. da, commission agent, Canton

Silva, L. da, (B. de S. Fernandez) clerk, Macao

Silva, J. M. A. da, clerk, Anditor-general's office

Silva, M. A. da, (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Silva, T. da, chief clerk, Colonial Secretary's office, Macao

Silva, G. S. S. da, clerk, British Post-ffice, Shanghai

Silva, Rev. F. F. X. da, Macao

Silveira, F. J. da, clerk, Bibliotheca Lusitana

Silveira, A. da, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Silveira, A. A. B. da, clerk, register department, Macao

Silverlock, J., Junr., (John Silverlock & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Silverthorne, A., hotel keeper, Shanghai

Sivestre, inspector of Opium Farm, Saigon

Silvestre, inspector of native affairs, Saigon

Silvin, F., chancelier, French consulate, Arbuthnot road

Silvin, (Roussier & Silvin) contractor, Saigon

Sim, Alex., (Brand Brothers & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (absent)

Sim, A. C., (Medical Hall) druggist, Hiogo

Simeão, Rev., curate of cathedral, Macao

Simmons, Rev. E. Z., missionary, Canton

Simoens, J. R,, (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Shanghai

Simoens, B. P., interpreter, Bangkok

Simoens, C. P., clerk, British consulate, Amoy

Simões, M. P., clerk, administrative council, Macao

Simoes, N., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shenghai

Simões, B., Procurador's department, Macao

Simões, J., (Primrose & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Simon, sub-lieutenant, Antilope, Saigon

Simon, M. F., M.D, colonial surgeon, Singapore

Simon, S., (J. J. Reyes) bookkeeper, Bohol, Philippines

Simon, C., engineer, Bangkok Saw Mills, Bangkok

Simon, J., (Simon, Evers & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent) Simonsen, E. F., pilot, Foochow

Simpson, Ed., Jr., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond Simpson, F. C. B. B., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Encounter Simpson, J., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) shipwright, Shanghai

   Simpson, C. L., commissioner of Maritime Customs, (absent) Simpson, R. (Engineering & Mining Co.) overman, Tientsin Simpson, C. H., lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Flying Fish

Sinclair, Jas., second engineer, Chinese gunboat Chen-to, Canton Sinclair, W., (Samsen Rice Mill Co.) manager, Bangkok

Sinclair, Geo., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore Sinclair, C. A., British consul, Foochow

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Sinclair, A., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Penang

Sineriz, J. M., director, San José hospital, Manila

Sinnot, P. W., Maritime Customs examiner, Shanghai

Sirdarkhan, Azumbhoy, (Gulam Hoosein John Maiomed) clerk, Gage street Sirot, staff surgeon, French frigate Thémis

Sisson, J., comisario de guerra, Manila

Sitchon, M., trader, Iloilo

Sitchon, S., trader, Iloilo

Sites, Rev Nathan, missionary, Foochow

Sjögren, J. A., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Hoihow

Sjöli nd, P. O., Maritime customs, watcher, Shanghai

Skeels, H. I., (Hall & Holtz) storekeeper, Shanghai

Skeggs, C. J., (C. J. Skeggs & Co.) silk inspector, Shanghai

Skene, J., (New Harbour Dock Co.) coppersmith, Singapore Skerritt, Jos., captain, U.S.S. Richmond

Skidmore, E., (Kawosaki Glass Works) potter, Osaka Skinner, Hon. A. M., Auditor-general, Straits Settlements Skinner, J. J., (Mourilyan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Skipworth, W. G., (Skipworth, Hammond & Co.) tailor, Hiogo Skolnicoff, storekeeper, Wladiwostock

Slade, G., (Gilman & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Slaglek, F. II., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Sledge, overseer, public works department, Penang

Sleeman, R. H., inspector of machinery, Naval Yard

Sleigh, G. P., captain, Siamese steamer Siamese Crown, Bangkok Slen, A. M., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Slevogt, M., (Vogel & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sloan, Dr., medical practiti ner, Shanghai

Sloan, J., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent) Sloane, J., captain, lightship, Taku

Small, A., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.'s Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok Smalley, Miss E., missionary, Nganking

Smerdeley, N., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Smijth, W. J., secretary, British Legation, Yokohama

Smith, Rev. A. H., missionary, P aug chia, Shantung

Sinith, A. L. R., pilot, Newchwang

Smith, A., Maritim Cu-toms watcher, Canton

Smith, Alex. F., (MacEwen, Frickel & Co.) storekeeper, Queen's road

Smith, C. D., (Phipps, Phipps & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Smith, C. M., steward, Sailors' Home, Singapare

Sunith, Hon. C. C., C.M.G., colonial secretary, Straits Settlements

Smith, C. V., (Russell & Co.) merchant, and counsel for Sweden and Norway, Praya

Smith, Rev. David, missionary, Taiwanfoo (absent)

Smith, D. Warres, manager, Daily Press office, Wyndham street

Smith, E. C. Cox, (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co,) clerk, Saigon

Smith, E. E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Smith, E. C., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Queen's road (absent)

Smith, E. J., Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai

Smith, E. R., (Smith, Baker & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Smith, E. S., proprietor, Smith's Hotel, Nagasaki

Smith, E. W. H., (R. H. Powers & Co.) assistant, Nagasaki

Smith, E. U., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Praya

Smith, F. B., (Thomas, Rowe & Smith) Canton

Smith, Rev. F. R., chaplain of Christ Church, Canton

Smith, F. S., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Smith, F. J., Maritime Customs assistant (absent)

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Smith, G. Stevenson, M.D., medical pra titioner, Bangkok

Smith, G. M., agent for Jardin, Matheson & Co., & consul for Denmark, Canton (absent) Smith, Rev. G., M.A., missionary, Swatow

Smith, H. A. N., (Birley & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Smith, H. R., (Butterfield & Swire) tea inspector, Foochow (absent)

Smith, H., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai

Smith, H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) chief accountant, Queen's road

Smith, H., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) superintendent, Aberdeen.

Smith, Herbert, (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Smith, H. L., commission agent, Penang

Smith, J. A., engineer, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Smith, J., inspector of police, Penang

Smith, J. H., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Smith, J. B., secretary, Chinese Insurance Co, Queen's road

Smith, J. C, (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki Smith, J. D., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow Smith, J. D., staff surgeon, H.B.M. gunvessel Lily Smith, J. H., (Blackhead & Co.) shipchandler, Praya Smith, J. M., (Ed. Fischer & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Smith, Rev. J. N. B., missionary, Shanghai

Smith, John Graut, (J. G. Smith & Co.) commission agent, & con. for Peru Queen's road Smith, J., (Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Kowloon

Smith, J., chief officer, steamer Ichang, Hongkong and Canton

   Smith, Capt. J. U., marine surveyor, and proprietor Smith's Hotel, Nagasaki Smith, J., (J. Smith & Co.) compradore, Chefoo

Sinith, J., audit secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking

Smith, J., pilot, cutter Orphan, Ningpo

Smith, M., fitter, railway service, Yokohama

Smith, N. F., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Smith, Oscar, merchant, Wladiwostock

Smith, O., pilot, Nagasaki and Hiogo

Smith, P., boardinghouse keeper, Queen's road west

Smith, P. B., actig secretary, Netherlands consulate, Bangkok

Smith, R. Y, lieutenant, H.B.M. sloop Daring

Smith, R. B., (Smith, Baker & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Smith, R. C., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Manila

Smith, R. Fraser, proprietor and editor Hongkong Telegraph, Wellington street Smith, R. M., (Holme, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Nagasaki

Smith, R. S., (Chartered Bank) sub-manager, Shanghai

Smith, Rev. S. C., missionary, Tokio

Smith, Rev S. J., missionary, and proprietor Siam Weekly Advertiser, Bangkok Smith, S., sergeant of police, Ning ɔo

Smith, T. W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Smith, T. G., chief clerk and private secretary, Supreme Court, Shanghai

Smith, W. B., bill and share broker and secretary, Singapore Club, Singapore

Smith, W. E., accountant, Chartd. Mercantile Bink, Penang

Smith, W. MacGregor, manager Luzon Sugar Refinery, Manila

Smith, W. H., (E. B. Watson) clerk, Yokohama

Smith, Miss, agent, Society for Female Education in the East, Ningpo

Smithers, E. J., U.S. consul, Chinkiang

Snell grove, H. E., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Snelling, G., (Stag Ho.el) assistant, Queen's road

Snethlage, H., broker and auctioneer, Shanghai

Sucyd-Kynnersley, C. W., first magistrate, Penang Snow, H. J., (Owston, Snow & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Snowden, Hon. Francis, acting chief justice, Supreme Court

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Snowden, J., Independence Pilot Company, Shanghai Soares, F. E. L., (Linstead & Davis) clerk, Queen's road Soares, A. G. B., (E. R. Belilios) clerk, Lyndhurst Terrace Soares, F. T. de B., second commander, Portuguese gunboat Tamega Soares, E. E., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai Soares, A. F. J., (North China Ins. Co.) clerk, Queen's road Soares, D. V., (J. Ribeiro) assistant, Macao

Soares, F.-P., (Oriental Dispensary) manager, Stanley street Sæderstrom, C., master mariner, Bangkok

Soelberg, C. G., lightbeeper, Ocksen lightship, Amoy

 Solst, Th. (Puttfarcken, Rhenier & Co.) merchant, Singapore Solier, P., tavern keeper, Saigon

Solis, E., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Sologub, E., assistant, Telegraph office, Wladiwostock Solomon, R. J., (Solomon Bros) merchant, Shanghai Solomon, F., chief inspector of police, Bangkok

Solomon, E. A., (E. D. Sassoon & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Solomon, S. J., (Solomon Bros.) merchant, Shanghai

Solomon, R., general broker, Elgin street

Soloinonoff, A. A., (P. A. Ponomareff & Co.) merchant, & vice-conl. for Russia, Foochow Solorzana, J. O. de, accountant general's office, Manila

Sombreuil, Vte. C. H. de, Maritime Customs clerk, Shanghai

Someren, R. G. van, (van Someren & Anthony) solicitor, Penang

Somerset, Lieut. H.C., ajutant, East Kent Regiment, Singapore Sommerwerck, sub-lieutenant, Geruan gunboat Wolf Somoza, E., (La Puerta del Sol) assistant, Manila

Sonça, M., (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street

Sonne, C. Chr., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) sub engineer, Shanghai Soomar Mowjee, (Ebrahimbhoy Pubaney) n anager, Shanghai Soper, Rev. J., missionary, Yokohama,

 Sopher, J. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai. Sopher, M. A., (D. Sassoon, Sons & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sorabjee, Nowrojee, (Sorabjee Mancherjee & Co.) clerk, Peel street

Soriano, J., assistant, public works department, Manila.

Sorin, Rev. P., French Catholic Mission, Province Wellesley Sorin, Rev. H., Roman Catholic missionary, Swatow

Sotelo, R., chemist, Manila

Sotelo, M., surgeon, civil governor's department, Manila

Sotelo, J., medico del puerta, Manila

Soueix, telegraphist, Mytho, Cochin China

Sourd, sub-lieutenant, Le Drac, Saigon

Southcott, W. E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow

Southey, T. S., clerk, Harbour Master's Department, Shanghai

Souza, E. de, surgeon, military hospital, Macao

Souza, B. G. de, John D. Ross) assistant, Singapore

Souza, E. A. de, chief clerk, Ordnance office, Singapore

Souza, A. J. de, senior bailiff, Sheriff's department, Singapore

Souza, A. F. de, fifth clerk, Post office, Singapore

Souza, E. D. de, apprentice, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore Souza, A. de, (Chartered Mercantile Bank) clerk, Singapore Souza, J. de, manager, Reliance Cocoa Estate, Singapore Souza, G. C. de, (Rodyk & Davidson) clerk, Singapore

Souza, F. de, chief clerk, Treasury, Malacca

Souza, F. de, (De Souza & Co.) compositor, Wellington street Souza, F. A. de, clerk, Trea ury, Malacca

'Souza, S. A. de, (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya

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Souza, S. P. de, chief clerk, police department, Malacca Souza, M. T. de, third clerk, magistracy, Singapore Souza, Rev. R. L., missionary, Malacca

Souza, F. S., second clerk, magistracy, Singapore Souza, T. de, public vaccinator, Malacca

Souza, Rev. M. de, first teacher, St. Francis' school, Malacca Souza, Justinian de, teacher, St. Francis' school, Malacca Souza, A., (Sieber- Waser) clerk, Shanghai

Souza, J. D. de, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore Souza, A. B. de, (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya Souza, M., writer, Naval Yard

   Souza, F. J. de, clerk, Supreme Court, Singapore Souza, M. J. de, clerk, U.S. Consulate, Singapore Souza, D. de, chancelier, Spanish Consulate, Can'on

Souza e Britto, J. M. de, adjutant, National Battalion, Macao Souza, A. de, (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore Souza, B. D. de, Jr., (Johu Forster & Co.) clerk, Foochow Souza, J. F. de, warden, St. Michael's cemetery, Macao Souza, Rev. S. de, Macao

Souza, M. de, (Blain & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Souza, E. F. de, commission agent, Wyndham street

Souza, A. E. de, (A. L. Johnston & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Souza, M. A. A. de, (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Praya Central

Souza, V. de, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peddar's wharf

Souza, F. S. de, clerk, Central Police Station

Sonza, J. de, (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) assistant, Singapore Souza, S. K. de, (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore

Souza, H. B., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Souza, J. Neves e, (Lisbon Dispensary) chemist, Macao

Souza, B. de, (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

   Souza, M. de, (Union Insurance Society) clerk, Peldar's wharf Sonza, S. R. de, steward. Nagasaki Club, Nagasaki

Souza, J. Neves e, lieutenant, National Battalion, Macao Souza, E. L. M. de, (J. M. Cazalas & Son) assistant, Singapore Souza, M. G. de, (Frazar & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Sonza, R. de, postmaster, Macao

Souza, N. L., (Hongkong and Shangbai Bank) clerk, Queen's road Souza, A. S., book-keeper, China Mail ofice, Wyndham street

Souza, F. W. R. de, (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Souza, J. J. de, printer, corner of Wellington and d'Aguilar streets

Souza, M. A. de, assistant, administracio do conselho, Macao

Souza, C. L., merchant, and vice-consul for Hawaii, Macao

Souza, M. de, (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) clerk, Praya central Souza, A. de, apothecary, Lock Hospital

Sowdon, A. M., Maritime Customs assistant, Swatow

Sowerby, Rev. A., missionary, Tiyuenfoo, Shanse

Sowerby, Miss, missionary, Taiyuenfoo, Shanse

Sowerby, Rev. H., missionary, Nanking

Spahn, R.. wine and beer depot, Yokohama

Sparr, Miss Julia E., M.D., missionary, Foochow

Spearman, A. Y. C. M., midshipman, H.M. corvette Curacoa

Specht, W., (Drummond, Gaggino & Co.) assistant, Singapore

Speechly, J., captain, steamer Hainan, Hongkong and West Coast

Speidel, P., (C. J. Gaupp & Co.) assistant, Queen's roal

Speidel, T., (Speidel & Co.) merchant, and consul for Netherlands, Saigon (absent)

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Speidel, F. W., (Speidel & Co.) merchant, and consul for Belgium and Ďenmark, Saigon

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Spence, Donald, British consul, Ichang (absent)

Spencer, Miss, missionary, Tokio

Spencer, master mariner, Bangkok

Spengler O., (Theo. Körner) merchant, Wladiwostock

Speshiloff, S. J., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Foochow Spicer, Lieut. W. F., marine officer, U.S.S. Śwatara

Spiegelthal J., captain, Mitsu Bishi barque Sumanoura-maru, Tokio Spinney, W. F., Maritime Customs assistant, Peking

Spooner, A., (A. Spooner, Ed. Renard & Co.) merchant, Saigon Spooner, F. C., (J. D. Carroll & Co) commission agent, Yokohama Sprague, Rev. W. P., missionary, Tientsin

Spring, C. A., (Spring & Co.) draper, Manila

Spring, E. H., (Sayle & Co.) linen draper, &c., Shanghai (absent) Spring, Miss, (Spring & Co.) assistant, Manila

Sprüngli, E., (C. Lutz & Co.) merchant, Manila

Spurgin, J., (Robinson & Co.) assistant, Penang

 Squier, J. Enston, (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Queen's road Squier, Rev. L. W., missionary, Hakodate

Sahel, J., consul for United States, Hiogo

Stallknecht, C. G., (Staehelin & Stahlknecht) merchant, Singapore (absent)

Stainfield, G., house agent, Queen's road east

Stainfield, third engineer, steamer Namoa, Hongkong and Foochow

Stainforth, P., captain, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Stamps, E., (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Stanford, J. W., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Stanley, Rev. C. A., missionary, Tientsin

Stannius, Dr. H., consul for Germany, Russia, Italy and Switzerland, Hiogo

Stappen, J. van, Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Starkey, E., (Gearing & Co.) assistant, Chinkiang

Starkey, R. D., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Starkweather, Miss A. J., Kioto, Japan

Startzeff, A. D., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Tientsin Statinsky, E., (Wladiwostock Brewery) brewer, Wladiwostock Staude, C., (A. Roensch) assistant, Manila Staunton, S A., master, U.S. sloop Swatara

 Stawaria, J. F. E., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) clerk, Singapore St. John, P. S., midshipman, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa Steanes, T. K., (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Stebbing, Rev. F. C., chaplain, H.B.M. frigate Iron Duke Stebbins, W., Maritime Customs examiner, Wuhu

Steedman, J., captain Mitsu Bishi, steamer Terugna-maru

Steele, R. L. B., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

 Steger, J. R., (Luchsinger & Co.) merchant, and act, vice-consul for Germany, Iloilo Steglich, Oscar, (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) instrument maker, Shanghai

Stehmeyer, J., master mariner, Bangkok

Steil, R., ship broker, Bank Buildings

Stein, Miss S. E., missionary, Canton

Stein, H., (J. H. Langelütje) clerk, Wladiwostock

Steinam, clerk, direction of the interior, Saigon

Steinbach, G., merchant, Wladiwostock

Stainbach, I., proprietor Britannia Hot 1, Nagasaki

Steinbring, master mariner, Bangkok

Steinmetz, A., merchant, Shanghai

Stellingwerf, P. J. J., lightkeeper, Fisher Island lighthouse, Amoy

Stenhouse, D., M.D., missionary, Tientsin

Stent, G. C., Maritime Customs assistant, Swatow

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Stéphan, second deputy attorney general, Saigon

Stephens, J., chief engineer, H.B.M. sloop Flying Fish

Stephens, C. E., clerk, H.B.M. Navel Victualling Yard, Yokohama Stephens, M. J. D., (Stephens & Holmes) solicitor, Wyndham street Stephensen, G. H., ("Straits Dispensary ") chemist, Singapore Stephenson, A., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) sub-accountant, Singapore Sternberg, O., (E. Klöpter & Co.) clerk, Manila

   Steuer, E., (F. E A. & C. Telegraph Co.) carpenter, storeship, Singapore Stevens, J., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman boilermaker, Kowloon Stevens, E., United States consul, Ning¡ o

Stevens, R., Bangkok

Stevens, E., chief officer, revenue steamer Fei-hoo, Amoy

Stevens, J. G., assistant engineer, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Stevens, G R., (Geo. R. Stevens & Co.) merchant, Queen's road

Stevens, N. C., (Russell & Co.) clerk and U.S. vice-consul, Amoy Stevens, Miss, Anna, missionary, St. John's College, Shanghai

Stevens, K. A., (Eastern Extension, A. and C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore Stevens, T., constable, British consulate, Hankow

Stevens, D. W., secretary, U.S. Legation, Tokio

Stevenson,, third engineer, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong & Calcutta Stevenson, W., (W. F. Stevenson) olerk, Manila

Stevenson, W. F., Maritime Customs assistant tidesurveyor, Taku

Stevenson, W. F., merchant, and agent P. & O. S. N. Co., Manila Stewart, R., cadet engineer, U.S.S.Richmond

Stewart, W. H., staff surgeon, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra Stewart, W. G., sub lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra Stewart, G., (J. M. Lyon) & Co.) manager, Singapore Stewart, C., senior clerk, Supreme Court, Penang

Stewart, C. E., assis' ant engineer, H.B. M. sloop Albatross Stewart, J., clerk, telegraph service, Yokohama

Stewart, Jas., commander, Chinese gunboat Chën-to, Canton

Stewart, H., surgeon, U.S. sloop Swatara

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

Stewart, G. R., (China Sugar Refining Co.) assistant, East Point

Stewart, J., overman, Takashima Colliery, Nagasaki

Stewart, Rev. R. W., missionary, Foochow

Stewart, J. A., (Stewart & Osborne) draper, Shanghai

Stewart, Fred., LL.D., police magistrate

Stewart, J. A., M.D., physician, Foochow

Stewart, J., (Imperial Arsenal) engineer, Tientsin

Stibio, clerk, Post Office, Saigon

Stibolt, Mis. N., undertaker, Yok haa

Stickler, F. M., (Shanghai Medical Hall) druggist, Shanghai

Stiebel, C., (Reiss & Co.) merchant, Praya

Stiefel, W., (Hooglandt & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Stingelin, P., (Ziegler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Stiven, A. W., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Stiven, R. G., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Stockhausen, F. W. G. von, secretary, German consulate and Germau Club

Stockwell, Jas., (Adams & Stockwell) medical practitioner, Caine road

Stocton, Lieut. H. T., U.S.S. sloop Ashuelot

Stoddart, J. M., (Takasina Colliery) mining engineer, Nagasaki

Stokes, A. G., (China Fire Insurance Co.) acting secretary, Queen's road Stokes, A. P., (Sharp, Toller & Johnson) managing clerk, Queen's road Stokes, R., Maritime Customs clerk, An oy

Stokes, F. (Wilkinson & Co.) mercbant, Shanghai

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Stoliaroff, L. A., (A. A. Belogolovy) clerk, Tientsin

Stolterfolt, H., (Hesse & Co.) merchant, Peddar's wharf

Stolze, C., master mariner, Bangkok

Stomebrink, H., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Horai-maru

Stone, E., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Stone, C. W., lightkeeper, Shanghai

Stone, F. G., (C. & J. Trading Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

Stone, W. H., chief assistant, Government telegraph service, Tokio

Stonehouse, G., warder, gaol, Singapore

Stoneman, B., carpet ter, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Stopani, A., (II.K. & W. Dock Co.) captain, steam tngs Fame & Pilot Fish Stopford, F. G., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Storey, L., marine engineer, Bugkok

Storie, F. R., superintendent, Imperial Engine works, Nagasaki

Stormouth, P., (New Harbour Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Singapore

Story, W. O., sub-lieutenant. H.B M. gunboat Mosquito

Stott, Rev. G., missionary, Wenchow

Stout, Rev. H., missionary, Nagasaki

Strachan, W. M., (Sirachan & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Stracho, F., comisario, military department, Monila

Strange, F. W., instructor, Imperial University, Tokio

Stratton, captain of steamer Paknam, Bangkok and Singapore

Straube, J. A., (Dodd & Co.) godownkeeper, Tamsui

Strauch, commander, German gunboat Wolf

Street, F. F., (Purdon & Co.) clerk, Foochow.

Streich, K. J., officiating interpreter, German consulate, Shanghai Streiff, E. J., undertaker, Singapore

Streiff, H., (Luchsinger & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Strickland, D. T., agricultural department, Otaru, Yesso, Japan

Stringer, J., foreman of magazine, Ordn ince Store department

Stringer, C., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Stripling, A., inspector of municipal police, Hongkew station, Shanghai Strom, G. B., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Amoy Ström, M. B. J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Shanghai

Strome, C. J., merchant, Yokohama

Stronach, W. G., British Consul, Wenchow

Struckmann, T., (C. Heinszen & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent)

Strugnell, W., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Struvé, C. de, Russian minister plenipotentiary, Tokio

Stuart, J. D. C., fifth clerk, Magistracy, Singapore

Stuart, J. F., lieutenant. H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Stuart, L., (Martin, Dyce & Co.) clerk, Manila

Stuart, J. J., assistant engineer, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Stuart, C. U., (North China Insurance Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Stuart, Rev. J. L., missionary, Hangchow

Stubbert, Dr., missionary, Canton

Stubbs, S., (Ho Al Chong) assistant, Singapore

Stubenrauch, Kapitain lieutenant, H. I. German M. S. Hertha

Stucken, E., merchant, Iliogo

Studer, Major A. G., United States consul, Singapore

Stuhlmann, C. C., Maritime Customs deputy commissioner, Foochow

Stulz, E., (C. Heinszen & Co.) clerk, Manila

Sturge, E. A., M.D., missionary, Petchaburi, Siam Sturrock, J. S., (Guthrie & Co.) clerk, Singapore Suarez, A., surgeon, army medical department, Manila Suarez, M., interventor, adminis. de es ensadas, Manila

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Such, F. W., (Hewett & Co.) clerk, Shangbai

Such, H. J., (Hewett & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Suenson, E., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co,) captain of steamer Store Nordiske, Shanghai Suenson, A., (Gt. Northern Telegraph Co.) superintendent, Queen's road

Sugden, C., (Borneo Company), clerk, Singapore

   Suhm, O. von W., (Baer & Suhm) merchant, Manila Suits, C. H., constable, river police, Shanghai Sullivan, W., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Sullivan, J. A., (A. Prova id & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Sulzer, C., (Sulzer & Co.) merchant, Manila (absent) Summers, J., Sapporo, Yesso, Japan

Summers, R., cashier, Banco Español Filipino, Manila

Surel, mechanic, Compagnie pour le decorticage du riz, Saigon

Surin, J., assistant master, Free School, Penang

Surin, A. A., clerk, Police Court, Penang

   Surin, G. A., (Eastern Extension, A & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Penang Suss, Miss I, teacher, Berlin Foundling hospital, High street

Sutcliffe, E., (W. F. Stevenson) assistant, Manila

Sutherland, A. McC., (A. S. Watson & Co.) manager, Manila

Sutherland, H. C., captain, marine artillery, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Sutherland, A, lightkeeper in charge, Sugar-loaf lighthouse, Amoy

Sutherland, Hugh, (J. Forster & Co.) merchant, Foochow

Sutherland, J. W., (Cobb & Co.) carriage builder, Yokohama

   Sutherland, D., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi str. Akitsushima-maru, Tokio Sutter, Rev. L., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Sutton, G., (M. C. Adams & Co.) assistant, Nagasaki

Sutton, C., contractor, Nagasaki

Swain, R., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Tokio maru, Tokio

Swainson, G., Maritime Customs, assistant examiner, Anping, Formosa

Swallow, Rev. R., missionary, Ningpo

Swanson, Rev. W. S., missionary, Amoy (absent)

Swanston, J. C., inspector of police

Swanstrom, C. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Wuhu

Sweemob, O., (A. Markwald & Co.'s rice mill) assistant, Bangkok

Swettenham, F. A., assistant colonial secretary, Straits Settlements

Swift, F., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Sword, Jas., (Gilfillan, Wood & Co.) merchant, Singapore

Sybrandi, D., (Netherlands Trading Society) clerk, Singapore

Sylva, H., (Mitsu Bishi S.S. Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Syme, J., engineer, tugl oat Cape Clear, Bangkok

Symes, L. R., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) sub-accountant, Queen's rad

Symons, J. G., (Boustead & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Symons, H., proprietor, Shanghai Horse Bazaar, Shanghai

Tabor, H. P., (H. W. Tabor & Co) assis ant, Hiogo

Tabor, H. W., compradore, and proprietor Hiogo Dispensary, Hiogo Taft, Rev. M.L., missionary, Chinkiang

Tait, T. J., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Talayrach, fleet surgeon, French frigate Thémis

Talbor, A. P., assistant colonial secretary for Native States, Singapore

Talbot, R., captain, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong and Manila

Talbot, T. F., (Kingdon, Schwabe & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Talbot, W. H., proprietor Japan Gazette, Yokohama

Talcott, Miss E, missionary, Okayama, Japan

Tallien, C., (L. Vrard & Co.) agent, and manager French Hotel, Peking Talmage, Rev. J. V. N., D.D., missionary, Amoy (absent)

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Talmage, Miss M.E, missionary, Amoy (absent) Tandberg, L. J., pilot, Newchwang

Tanner, Marime Customs assistant, Hankow

Tapia, F., telegraph official, Manila

Tapp, W. H., registrar of shipping, British consulate, Shanghai (absent) Tarmahomed Hassen, (Khamisa Jooma) clerk, Wellington street

Tar, Mahomed Cassumbhoy, inerchant, Gage street

Tassin, O., boarding house keeper, Saigon Tata, C. B., (Tata & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Tata, K. M., (Tata & Co.) clerk, Shanghai.

Tata, D. B., (Tata & Co.) merchant, Hollywood road

  Tate, F. A. A. G., lieutenant, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant Tattenbach, Count von, secretary, German Legation, Peking Taubert, H. E., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo Taumeyer, E., (Taumeyer & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Tavares, L. A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Tavares, J. F., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Praya central Tavares, S. A., secretary, Municipal Chamber, Macao Tavares, P. J., compositor, N. C. Herald office, Shanghai Taylor, W. K., Maritime Customs tilewaiter, Pagoda Anchorage Taylor, A., (New Harbour Dock Co.) boilermaker, Singapore

Taylor, R., carpenter, 11.B.M. sloop Daring

  Taylor, F., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Taylor, C., assistant, U.S. Legation, Peking

Taylor, F. E., assistant, Inspectorate of Maritime Customs, Peking

Taylor, H., storeman, Naval Yard

Taylor, C. H. B., professor, Navigation School, Imperial Arsenal, Foochow

Taylor, Major D. M., R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Taylor, W. H., (Cornes & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Taylor, Dr. B. v. S., missionary, Foochow

Taylor, G., lightkeeper, Maritime Customs, Amoy

Taylor, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Takashio--maru, Japan

Taylor, J. T., pilot, Shanghai

Taylor, D. B., (Smith, Baker & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Taylor, H. H., (Oriental Bank) acting accountant, Queen's road (absent) Taylor, Rev. W., M.D., missionary, Osaka

Taylor, C. S., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Queen's road central Tebbutt, J. L., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Teherkassova, Miss Mary, Russian missionary, Tokio

Teichert, C. W. P., Maritime Customs watcher, Shanghai

Teillol, A., (E. Millot & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Teixeira, J. M. P. da C., assistant, Portuguese consulate, Chancery lane

Teixi lo, A., sub-inspector, Sanidad militar, Manila

Telge, B., merchant, Shanghai

Telles, R., official, hacienda publica, Iloilo

Telles, J. da Silva, (Lisbon Dispensary) assistant, Macao

Telles, A. de Silva, proprietor, Macao Hotel, Macao

Telles, J. C. da Silva, physician, St. Joseph's College, Macao

Tem, P., student interpreter, Italian consulate, Shanghai

Templemore, F. W., (Borneo Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Templet, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Shanghai

Tennant, H. P., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) agent and tea inspector, Foochow

Tenncat, C. S., (W. Hall & Co.) assistant, Penang

Terlier, commander, gunboat Yatagan, Saigon

Terrill, F. II., surgeon, U.S. Naval Hospital, Yokohama

Tery, A., captain of the port, Manila

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Terry, H. T., professor, Imperial University, Tokio Tessensohn, E., (Hamilton, Gray & Co.) clerk, Singapore Testevuide, L. G., Roman Catholic missionary, Yokohama Teurtrie, Rev. J., teacher, college of Pulo Penang Téus, V., (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, Manila

Thackery, Captain T. M. G., R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Thevenet, engineer in chief of public works department, Saigon Thevenin, C. L., wine & spirit merchant, Queen's road Thévenot, overseer of roads, Saigon

Thexeria, E., apprentice, medical department, Malacca Thiele, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Thiele, kapitain-lient., H.I. German M.S Elisabeth

Thiéry, assistant treasurer, Saigon

Thimm, E. A., (Fergusson & Co.) clerk, Chefoo Thinseliu, L., chaplain, Military hospital, Saigon Thiriet, J. superior, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

Thirkell, J. G., Shanghai

Thistlethwaite, A. R., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Manila Thomas, G. B., (Sandilands, Buttery & Co.) clerk, Penang Thomas, A. C., clerk, Police Court, Penang

Thomas, J., captain, Mitsu Bishi str. Kiushiu-maru, Tokio Thomas, Thos. (Thomas, Rowe & Smith) Canton (absent) Thomas, F. Cave, (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Foochow Thomas, M., chie: clerk, marine department, Penang Thomas, A. C., third clerk, Lieut.-governor's office, Penang Thomas, J., Independence Pilot Company, Shangbai Thomas, W., proprietor, Albion Inn, Nagasaki

Thomas, A., (Messageries Maritimes) clerk, Yokohama

Thomas, H. J., clerk, Land office, l'ena: g

Thomas, W. H., (W. H. Hall & Co.) clerk, Penang

Thomazi, commander, French gunboat Massue, Tonquin

Toompson, D., missionary, Nanking

Thompson, W., Tamil interpreter, Supreme Court, Singapore

Thompson, Miss Mary E., missionary, Swatow

Thompson, H., midshipman, H.B.M. Cleopatra

Thompson, A. F., (Wilkinson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Thompson, J. H., (Hudson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Thompson, G., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Thompson, W. B., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bauk) clerk, Yokohama

Thompson, P. R. E., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Thompson, J. F., lightkeeper, Tungsha lightship, Shanghai

Thompson,

J. L., steward, General Hospital, Yokohama

Thompson, Rev. H., missionary, Amoy

Thompson, E., overseer in charge of Protestant Cemetery, Surveyor-general's depart. Thompson, D., interpreter, U.S. Legation, Tokio

Thompson, J. R., (Thompson & Bewick) shipchandler, Hakodate

Thompson, Rev. D., missionary, Tokio

Thomsen, T., (G1. Northern Tel graph Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Thomsett, H. G., R.N., Harbour-inaster

Thomson, B., third engineer, P. & O. steamer Malacca, Hongkong and Japan

Thomson, J., third officer, steamer Arratoon Apcar, Hongkong and Calcutta

Thomson, R. E., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) fitter, Singapore

Thomson, G. W., (Oriental Bank) acting agent, Hiogo

Thomson, W. A., M.B., principal medical officer, army medical department Thomson, J. C., (Cornabé & Co.) clerk, Chefoo

Thomson, D., inspector of police

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Thomson, T. S., (W. R. Scott & Co.) clerk, Singapore. Thomson, J., engineer, Borneo Company's Ric. Mill, Bangkok Thomson, Rev. E. H., missionary, Shanghai

Thonin, administrator of native affairs, Saigen

Thorburn, J. D., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Thorburn, R. F., secretary, Municipal Council, Shanghai

Thorne, J., agent, American Bible Society, Kiukiang

Thorne, C., merchaut, Shanghai

Thornicraft, T. C., medical practitioner, and Dir eter International Hospital, Hiogo

Thorp, R. W., clerk, railway department, Yokohama

Thorpe, J., (Hongkong & China Gas Co.) foreman fitter, West point

Thorpe, P. B., acting inspector of police, Province Wellesley

Thow, Rev. W., missionary, Taiwanfoo

Thümena, A., (C. Illies & Co.) clerk, Hiogo

Thurburn, W. O., sub-lieu'euant, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Thurburn, J., (Chartered Mercantile Bank) manager, Queen's road

Thurburn, A., share broker, and secretary to General Hospital, Shanghai

Thurgood, W. L., (Brereton & Wotton) solicitor, Queen's road

Thyen, Joh., (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Tiaoqui, J. S., "La Ciudad de Peking," Manila

Tiberii, Onia, Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai

Tickell, G. T., Maritime Customs, assistant, Shanghai

Tickell, F., chief officer, steamer Thales, Coast

  Tiefenbacher, M., (Wm. Meyerink & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Tiegal, Dr. E., professor, Medical College, Tokio Tijon, J., clerk, accountant general's office, Manila Tileston, H. N., (O. & O.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama Tilford, R. J., (Wal-h, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Tilhay, I., Russian mission, Tokio

Tiljin, H., Hiogo

Til, W. W., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Yokobama Tilley, J. W., (W. L. Hunter) clerk, Foochow Tillson, D. H., compradore, Hiogo

Tilly, A. H., pilot, Singapore

Timitrief, M., (Kunst & Albers) clerk, Wladiwostock

Timm, J., (G1. Northern Telegraph Co.) clerk, Shangai Timm, C. F., (Overbeck & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Timmins, J T., inspector of police, Province Wellesley Tindall, W. G., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Swatow Tip, J. A., Maritime Customs watcher, Canton

Tirant, secretary of Embassy, Saigon

Tirant, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Tisdal, V A., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift

Titjen, H., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Titoushkin, N. N., (Piatkoff, Molchanoff & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Tobias, proprietor, Army & Navy Inn, Nagasaki

Tobler, F., (Staehelin & Stahlnecht) clerk, Singapore

Tobler, O., (Sulzer & Co.) clerk, Manila

Toda, B., comisario, military department, Manila

Toda, E., consul for Spain, Shangbai

Todd, H. H., (Smith, Bell & Co.) el rk, Manila

Todd, G., chief engin er, Mitsu Bishi steame: Kworio-maru

Todd, D., second engineer, steamer Consolation, Hongkong & Bangkok

Tokmakoff, J. F., (Tokmakoff, Sheveleff & Co.) merchant, Kiachta

Tolatee, B. F., merchant, Hollywood Road (absent)

Tolate, M. B., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Amoy

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Tolatee, P. F., (P. F. Tolatee) manager, Hollywood road

Tolatee, M. P., (E. N. Metta) clerk, Hollywood road

Toller, W. W., (Sharp, Toller and Johnson) solicitor, Supreme Court House (absent) Tolliday, T., Maritime Customs chief examiner, Shanghai

Tomalin, Ed., missionary, Chinkiang

Tomes, C. A., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Prava

Tomine, ensign, French cruiser Hamelin, Haiphong Tomkins, A. B., (Reiss & Co.) tea inspector, Praya Tomlin, G. L., (R. G. Alford) assistant, Queen's road Tomlin, E., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Shanghai Tomlinson, Rev. W. S., missionary, Wuchang, Hankow Tomlinson, W. L., constable, British Consulate, Ningpo Toms, W., sergeant of police, Hiogo

Tonkin, C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Hoihow

Tonnochy, Hon. M. S., supt. of gaol, and acting colonial secretary Tony, Conte, first secretary, French Legation, Tokio

Topp, H., missionary, Chefoo

Topping, H. pilot, Yokohama and Hiogo

Torcapel, sub-chief, direction of the interior, Saigon

Torlesse, A. W., lieutenant, H.B.M. gun-vessel Lily

Torrejon, R. P., sub-inspector, Sanidad Militar, Minila

   Torres de Acevedo, L., vice-consul for Spain, Bonhamn road Torre, M., promoter fiscal, Iloilo

Torres, T., chemist and druggist, Manila

Torres, Rev. E., vice-procurator, Spanish mission, Caine road

Torres, T., professor of pharmacy, University, Manila

Torrey, J. G., Bangkok

Torrey, J. W., clerk, United States Consulate Court, and attorney, Bangkok

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

Tourillon, L., inspector of police force, Cholen, Saigon

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Tournade, Rev. Fr., Roman Catholic missionary and manager St. Xavier School, Shanghai

Tournier, J., tailor and storekeeper, Saigon

Toussaint, Mme. Eug., milliner, Saigon

Toutain, M., (V. Roque) assistant, Saigon

Touzalin, E. V., Maritime Customs assistant, Newchwang

Towell, M. E., first class clerk, Maritime Customs, Shanghai

Townley, R. H., ens gn, U.S.S. Alert

Townley, F., (Lane, Crawford & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

Townsend, G. H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Tozar, W., boatswain, H.B.M. surveying vess. 1 Magpie

Tracey, R. E., captain, H.B.M.S. Iron Ďuke

Trachsler, J. H., (Puttfarcken, Rheiner & Co.) clerk, Singapore

Trail, second engineer, steamer Regent, Bangkok

Trail, W., senior captain, Siamese Navy, Bangkok

Trannack, R. J., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, (absent)

Tran-Phuoc, distributor, Post-office, Saigon

Trask, Miss, S., M.D., missisionary, Fochow

Tratman, J. N., assistant, British Consulate, Canton

Travers, G., consul for Germany, Alexandra Terrace, and Canton

Travers, A. K., clerk, Colonial Secretary's office

Trebing, Ch., M.D., oculist and physician to German Consulate, Singapore

Trebing, W., master, Customs lightship Newchwang, Newchwang

Tregillus, E. C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Newchwang

Tremlett, C. F. (W. G. Hale & Co.) merchant, and consul for Great Britain, Saigon

Trench, F., missionary, Kweiyang

Trenty, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS,

Trenwith, J. S,, (Celestial Empire office) printing supt., Shanghai Trevenen, N. P., inspector of schools, Straits Settlements

  Trevithick, F. H., assistant locomotive supt., Government railway service, Tokio Trimiño A. G., sub-inspector de Sanidad de la Armada, Manila" Trindade, Claudina da Sta., mistress, College de Sta. Roza, Macao

Trinidad. T. V., (J. B. Roxas) clerk, Manila

Tripp, H. J. H., (Mitsu Bishi Mail S. S. Co.) agent, Praya central

Tritton, E. W., (Robt. Anderson & Co.) merchant, Kiukiang and Hankow (absent) Triulzi, G., (G. Bolmida) clerk, Yokohama

  Trodd, B., (Shanghai Gas Company) meer inspector, Shanghai Troester, C, veterinary surgeon, husbandry department, Tokio Trompeta, E., engineer, public works department, Iloilo

Troter. Le, ensign, French gunbeat Lutin

  Trotter, Noel, chief clerk, General Post office, Singapore Trotter, H., postmaster-general, Singapore Trotter, D. A., (Tait & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Trotzig, H., superintendent, Municipal Council, Hiogo Troup, Jas., British.consul, Nagasaki

Tower, L., (Horse Repository) clerk, Garden road Trub, R., (H. Ludewig & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

True, Mis. M. T., missionary, Tokio

Truxton, W. T., cadet midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Tschuren, (Tschuren & Co.) storekeeper, Wladiwostock (absent) Tuason, J. B., (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Tuason, V., (J. M. Tu ison & Co.) clerk, Manila Tuason, E., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Tuason, C., (W. F. Stevenson) clerk, Manila

Tuason, J. P., (J M. Tuason & Co.) merchant and banker, Manila

Tuason, G, (J. M. Tuason & Co.) merchant and banker, Manila

Tuason, T., (Genato & Co.) auctioneer, and commission agent, Manila

Tucker, W. J., (R. Anderson & Co.) clerk, Hankow

Tucker, R. D., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) merchant, Manila

Tucker, J. J., marine surveyor to Lloyd's and North China Insurance Co., Shanghai

Tulloch, master mariner, Bangkok

Tulpin, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Tumboly, S. F., (R. S. Woonwalla & Co.) manager, Gage street

Tumboly, D. F., (D. D. Ollia & Co.) clerk, Foochow

Turnbull, W. A., (Turnbull, Howie & Co.) merchant, Shanghai (ausent)

Turner, A., assist. paymaster-in charge, H.B.M. despatch vessel Vigilant

Turner, J. E., chief engineer, H:M. corvette Curacoa

Turner, R., (Ker & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

Turton, Wm., acting carpenter, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Tuska, E. H. (R. Isaacs & Bro.) clerk, Yokohama

Tuson, A. K., assistaut paymaster in charge, H.B.M. gunboat Mosquito

Tweedie, W. A. L., (Primrose & Co.) commission agent, Shanghai

Twigg, Mrs. P. O'B., undertaker, Shanghai

Twinem, J., deputy commissioner of Customs, Hankow

Tylden-Patteuson, Lieut. A. H., East Kent Regiment, Singapore Tyler, H. R., master, U.S. sloop Swatara

Tyler, J. C. Jr., (Austen & Co.) merchant and United States Consul,

Iloilo

Tyng, Rev. T. S., missionary, Osaka

  Tyson, G., superior barrack sergeant, Commissariat, Singapore Tyzack, D., mining engineer, Keelung Colliery

  Ubago, G. M., inspector, adminis. colecciones y labores, Manila Ugaldezubiaur, S., engineer, floral department, Mauila

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Uldall, captain of steamer Kongsee, Singapore & Bangkok

Ullmann, E., (Felix Ullmaun) jeweller, Manila

Ullmann, B., (Felix Ullmann) jeweller, Manila

Ullmann, M., (J. Ullmann & Co.) assistant, Queen's road (absent)

Ullmann, J., (J. Ullmann & Co.) merchant and commission agent, Queen's road

Ullmann, F., importador de alhajas, Manila (absent)

Ulloa, J. M., gefe de negociado, administracion civil, Manila

Ulloa, A., architect, Ayuntamiento, Manila

Uloth, A. D., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Ulrich, C., master mariner, Bangkok

Underdown, W. O., paymaster's clerk, U.S.S. Richmond

Underwood, Geo. R, medical practitioner, Kiukiang Underwood, J. J., medical practitioner, Foochow Unsworth, R., second officer, steamer Thales, Coast Unwin, F. S., Maritime Customs assistant, Chefoo Upton, T., Custom House, Hiogo

Uren, C. J., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) clerk, Queen's road Urge, I., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Urquhart, F., chiel engineer, steamer Albay, Const

Urquhart, W., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila

Vacher, H. H., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Yokohama Vacquerel, Rev. H., Roman Catholic missionary, Swatow

Vail, Rev. M. S., missionary, Yokohama

Vaisey, C. T. St. C., (Smith, Bell & Co.) assistant, Cebu Vaissière, J., Roman Catholic missionary, Ningpo

Val, R. del, administrador colecciones y labores, Manila

Valantine, B. A., (E. C. Kirby & Co.) assistant, Yokohama

   Valberg, W. J., chief clerk, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore Valdes, B., coronel, artillery school, Manila

Valdezco, C., printer, Manila

Valdezco, J., (C. Valdezco) assistant, Manila

Valdezco, C., watchmaker, Manila

Valdivia, F. R. de, canonigo, ecclesiastical department, Manila

Vale, T. H., (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) agent, Shanghai (absent)

Valenciano, È., abogado, Iloilo

Valentine, J., (Cumine & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Valentine, Rev. J. D., missionary, Shaoubing, Ningpo

Valera y Giminez, G., ayudante, inspeccion de montes, Unisan, Luzon

Vallance, telegraphist, Saigon

Vallarino, aylante, capitania del puerto, Manila

Vallejo, J. M., assistant, public works department, Mauila

Vallina, D. F., inspector acopios de tabacco, Iloilo

Valtriny, V. C., merchant, Singapore

Van Buren, H. S., marshal, U.S. Consulate, Yokohama

Van Buren, J S., (P.M.S.S. Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Van Buren, General Thos. B., United States consul-general, Yokohama

Van Buskirk, P.C., mate and commander's clerk, U.S.S. Alert

Vandelet, opium farmer, Pnompenh, Cambodia

Vandertak, T, N., manager, Shanghai Tannery, Shanghai Van der Vlies, G., merchant, Hiogo

Van Dyke, Rev. J. W., missionary, Bangkok

Van Ess, W., constable, British consulate, Chefoo

Vanhamme, L., (S. C. Farnbam & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Vania, R. C., (Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co.) clerk, Gage street Vapereau, C., professor of French, Peking

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Vara, F., assistant, public works department, Manila

Vara, R. de la, (R. de la Vara & Co.) merchant, Manila

Varela, J., (Banco Español Filipino) assistant accountant, Manila Varela, J., "El Progresso," Manila

Vargas, R. de, con'ador, direccion administracion civil, Manila Varnum, R. M., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

  Vasconcellos, Dr. A. M. de, first deacon of cathedral, Macao Vasques, P. H., Bangkok

Vassanin, J. P., merchant, Canton

Vasselon, Rev. H., Roman Catholic missionary, Osaka

Vaucher, E. (L. Vrard & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Vaucher, A. E., silk inspector and broker, Ball's court Vaughan, Rev. C. M., chaplain, Naval hospital Vaughan, J. D., barrister-at-law, Singapore

Vaughan, J., pilot, Shanghai

Vawdrey, W., (Japan Gazette) assistant, Yokohama

Vaz, J. J. de, apothecary, Government medical department, Province Wellesley Vazguez, A., clerk, contaduria de hacienda, Manila

Veaux, E., clerk, Municipal Council, Saigon

Veaux, H., first clerk and accountant, Municipal Council, Saigon

Veciu, L., assistant, public works department, Manila

Veeder, T. E. de W., master, U.S.S. Richmond

Vega y Palma, E. de la, comandante carabineros, Iloilo Vega, L., (J. Zobel) assistant, Manila

Veile, Mrs. A., missionary, Yok bama

Veitch, G. T., (Jardine, Mathe-on & Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Veitch, A., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) sub-manager, Shanghai Vela, J., teacher of music, Shangbai

Velasco, Dr. T. de, profesor de notoriado, University, Manila

Velasco, J., (M. P. Marqueti) clerk, Manila

Velasco, J. V. de, (Banco Español Filipino) assistant cashier, Manila

Velez, J., consul for Spain, Canton

Velge, L. H., chief clerk, Resident Councillor's office, Malacca

Velge, C. E., registrar, Supreme Court, Singapore

Velge, J. H., Malacca

Velozo, G., merchant and vice-consul for Portugal and U.S. of Venezuela, Cebu

Velozo, R., (G. Velozo) clerk, Cebu

Velschou, F., (Great Northern Telegraph Co.) assistant, Amoy

Verbeck, Rev. G. F., D.D., LL.D. missionary, Tokio

Verchere, Rev. J. M. P., French missionary, Swatow

Verdon, H. H., assistant master, Raffles Institution, Singapore

Vergonjeanne, blacksmith, Saigon

Verloop, H. C., (Hartwig & Co.) shipchandler, Singapore

Vernet, E., (Geo. Polite) assistant, Shanghai

Vernéville, A. H. de, consul for France, Quinhon

Verneville, H. de, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Verney, M. A., professor, Saigon Seminary, Saigon

Veininac de St. Maur, de, commander, Antelope, Saigon

Vernon, J. Y. V., (Chater & Vernon) broker, Queen's road Véron, chief commissioner, Approvisionnements, Saigon

Verril, E., commission agent, Wohu

Versoza, V., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila

Vey, Right Rev. J. L., Roman Catholic Bishop of Gerasen, Bangkok Vianna, F., clerk, Administracao do Conselho, Macao

Viano, G., contador, tribunal de cuentes, Manila

Vic, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

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Vic, Rev., Roman Catholic missionary, Kiukiang Vicente, A. de, Governor's office, Manila

Vicente, J. A., boatswain, Water Police, Macao Victor, S. T., (Dauver & Co.) clerk, Amoy

Victorian, J., lieutenent, police force. Macao

Vida, M, ayudante, Estad Mayor de la Plaza, Munila Vidal, P., professor, San Juan de Letram College, Manila Vidal, chief clerk, Customs, Haiphong

Manila

Vidal y Sabaties, E., teniente fiscal, Supreme Court, Manila Vidal y Soler, S., engineer, botanical departmen", Videau, U., cook, "Hotel des Colonies," Shanghai Vieira, U., purser, receiving ship Yuenfah, Shanghai Vieira, A. J., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Praya

Vieira, I. L., (Oriental Dispensary) assistant, Stanley street

Viénot, H., lawyer, Saigon

Vierow, H., Maritime Customs tide-surveyor, (absent)

Vierra, J. H., inspector of brothels, Malacca

Vierra, M., clerk, audit office, Singapore

Vierthaler, pfarrer, H.I. German M.S. Hertha

Vieux, superintendent of cemetery, Saigon

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Vigano, Rev. B., Roman Catholic missionary, Wellington street, and military chaplain Vigil, F., telegraph clerk, Manila

Vigroux, Rev. P., Roman Catholic missionary, Tokio

Vila, F., secretary, naval department, Manila

Vila, J. V., professor of medicine, University, Manila Vila, J., professor of theology, University, Manila Vilanueva, L., boarding house keeper, Bridges street Vilge, A. C., clerk, Land office, Malacca

Vilge, J. C.., clerk, Land office Malacca

Villa, Absilie F., comandante, cara ineros, Marila Villaba, gefo de seccion administracion civil, Manila

Villalva, F., surgeon major, army medical department, Manila

Villanneva, V., master of works, Ayuntamiento, Manila

Villanova, C., signalman, Harbour Master's office, Shanghai

Villar, A. M. del, sub-inspector del Ejercito, Manila

Villard, administrator of native affairs, Saigon

Villarragut, C., magistrate, Manila

Villelume Sombreuil, Vte. C. de, second comis., French consulate, Shanghai

Villena, M., (J. M. Tuason & Co.) clerk, Manila

Villeta, J., (J. Peña & Co.) clerk, Manila

Villion, Rev. A., Roman Catholic missionary, Kioto, Japan

Vincenot, F., wine and spirit merchant, Peel street

Vincens, D., (Denis frères) clerk, Saigon

Vincent, staff surgeon, French cruiser Champlain

Vincent, Miss H. A., (Mrs. E. A. Vincent) assistant, Yokohama

Vincent, Mrs. E. A., milliner and draper, Yokohama

Vincent, Henry, gaoler, British consulate, Yokohama

Vincent, J., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Vincent, C., master, steamer Spartan, Hongkong

Vincent, J. R., missionary, Chefoo

Vinet, telegraphist, Cantho, Cochin China

Viney, J., (Japan Herald office) foreman, Yokohama

Vinson, G., lawyer, Saigon

Virmaitre, A. L., Maritime Customs assistant examiner, Canton

Visscher, A., merchant, Niigata

Vital, F., (Austen & Co.) clerk, Iloilo

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Vitalis, clerk, immigration office, Saigon

Vittoz-Gallet, fleet en zineer, French frigate Thémis

Vivian, C., clerk, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Vizcano, F., surgeon, army medical department, Manila

Vizenzinovich, M., lightkeeper, Kiutoan lightship, Shanghai

Vizmanos, B. S. de, secretary, Banco Español Filipino, Manila

Vizmanos y Lecaros, M. S. de, assistant secretary, Banco Español Filipino, Manila

Vlavianos, pilot, Haiphong

Voelkel, S., (Pharmacie de L'Union) proprietor, Shanghai

Vogel, E., (E. Vogel) clerk, Praya

Vogel, C. Ed., (E. Vogel) merchant, Praya

Voisin, J. M. A., Roman Cath lie Mission, Bang-pla-soi, Siam

Volke, C., chief engineer, Mitsu Bish; steamer Sumida Maru

Vollhardt, A., proprietor, "New York Saloon," Yokohama

Volong, F. A., member of municipal chamber, Macao

Volosatoll, F. M., (W. T. Boodilin) clerk, Tutsin

Volpicelli, L., assistant, Inspectorate of Maritime Customs, Peking Vorrath, P. W., master mariner, Bangkok

Vosteen, H., pilot, Takao

Voysey, M., (Geo. Whymark & Co.) storekeeper, Hiogo

Vries, A. H. de, clerk, Netherlands Consulate, Singapore

Vuillermoz, watchmaker, Saigou

Vulliez, J., attorney general, Saigon (absent)

Wachtelbrenner, master mariner, Bangkok

Waddell, Rev. Hugh, missionary, Tokio

Wade, T. H. S., Maritime Customs tidewater, Hankow

Wade, Sir Thomas F., K.C.B., British Minister Plenipotentiary, Peking Wadman, E., (Wadman & Co.) merchant, Ningpo

Wadman, H. E., Maritime Customs assistant, Chefoo

Waeber, C., consul for Russia and Denmark, Tientsin Waege, W., (C. Heinszen & Co.) clerk, Manila

Waggott, bill collector, Yokohama

Wagner, A., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) assistant engineer, Kowloon Wagner, Dr. G., Kisto_Japan

Wagner, Th., (Patrew 'Rice Mill) assistant, Bangkok

Wainewright, R. E., solicitor, Shanghai

Waite, G., gunner, gunpowder dejô, Harbour-master's department

Wake, W., overman, Takasima Colliery, Nagasaki

Walch, clerk, colonial treasury, Saigon

Waldeen, A., (Lindholm & Co.) merchant, Wladiwostock

Wale, R. R., apothecary, prison hospital, Singapore

Wales, J. F., Maritime Customs assistant an) medical officer, Shanghai

Walker, J. B, staff comin., H.B.M.S. Iron Duke

Waller, G, W., commander, Mitsu Bishi s camer Chisima-maru

Walker, Rev. J., chaplain St. George's Church, Penang

Walker, C. S., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Mania

Walker, Geo., third engineer, P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hongkong and Japan Walker, E., (Butterfield & Swire) clerk, Yokohama

Walker, W., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Nagoya-maru, Tokio Walker, R. N., captain, Mitsu Bish: steamer Hiogo-maru, Tokio Walker, A., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Shario-maru Walker, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamér Tagonorra-maru Walker, S., (Ilbert & Co.) assistan, Shanghai

Walker, Rev. W. F., missionary, Tien: sin

Walker, Rev. J. E., missionary, Shao-wu-fu, Foochow (absent)

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Walker, A., acting harbour master, Amoy

Walkinshaw, A. W., (Turner & Co.) merchant, Foochow Wallace, J., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Matsumaye-maru Wallace, J., (Boyd & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Wallace, E, (Shanghai Mercury office) compositor, Shanghai Wallace, J. H., (Syme & Co.) clerk, Singapore

   Wallace, Thos., (Mackenzie & Co) auctioneer, Shanghai Wallays, Rev. E, teacher, college of Pulo Penang

Waller, L. E., (W. Birt & Co) straw braid inspector, Shanghai Waller, H. I., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow

Wallis, Wm., (Shanghai Dispensary) proprietor, Shanghai

Walsh, F., printer, and proprietor Hingo News, Hiogo

   Walsh, R. G., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) manage, paper mills, Hiogo Walsh, Thomas, (Walsh, Hall & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Walsh, John G., (Walsh, Hall & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Walstab, R., (Schinne & Francke) clerk, Yokohama

Walter, W. B., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Ningpo

Walter, J., (Siber & Brennwald) clerk, Yokohama

Walter, W. B., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

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Walter, W., (Evans, Pugh & Co.) clerk, and vice-consul for Netherlands, Hankow

Walter, John, (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) manager, Yokohama

Walther, sub-lieutenant, German gunboat Wolf

Wanderleach, C., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Pakhoi

Warburton, W., shipping agent, Hiogo

Ward, Thos, sailmaker, U.S. sloop Swatara

Ward, J. E., lieutenant of orderlies, army hospital corps, Singapore

Ward, W. S., Maritime Customs :idewaiter, Pagoda Anchorage, Foochow

Ward, W. C., (Iveson & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

War, E., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Wardlaw, J. C., (Tait & Co.) merch and consul for Portugal, Amoy Warleta, J., gefe de armamentos, naveler. cual, Manila

   Warlomont, H., (Bazar Filipino) assistant, Manila Warlomont, P, (Bazar Filipino) assistant, Manila Warlomont, L., (Bazar Filipino) storekeeper, Mauila Warne, W,. inspector of polie, Singaj ore

Warner, E. H., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Manila Warnken, W., lightkeeper, Regent lig! thouse, Bangkok Warrack, F., (Paterson, Simons & Co.) clerk, Singapore Warren, R., steward, H.B.M. naval hospital, Yokohama Warren, H. A., lieutenant, H... sloop Flying Fish Warren, W. T., lieutenant, H.5.¡, corvette Comus Warren, Rev. C. F., missionary, Osaka

Warry, W., acting assistant Chinese secretary, British Legation, Peking Washbrook, W. A., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chinkiang

Wassenius, C., assistant engineer, Fire Briga le

Wasserfall, A, (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Wassiamoll *** inall, dealer in Indian goods, Queen's road

Waters, T. J., C.., mechat ical engineer, Takasima Colliery, Nagasuki

Waterson, Capt. D., marine surveyor, Saigon

Watkins, J., sub inspector of pelive, Penang

Watson, T. E., chief engineer, E. E., A. & C. Telegraph Co's steamer Agnes, Singapore

Watson, J. W., engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Sheldrake

Watson, A. M., •.~bant and U.S. Consular agent, Penang

Watson, Rev. J., m`ssionary, Amoy

Watson, W., (P. M".lean & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Watson, W., assistant tide-saveyor, Double Island station, Swatow

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FOREIGN RESIDENTS.

Watson, E. B., merchant, Yokohama

Watson, Jas., M.D., physician, Newchwang

Watson, A. T., (Japan Dispensary) assistant, Yokohama Watson, J. C., controller of police and magistrate, Ningpo Watt, Wm., (China Mail Office) reporter, Wyndham street Watters, T., British consul, Tamsui

Wattez, clerk, Treasury, Saigon

Watts,, second engineer, steamer Arratoon Apear, Hongkong and Calcutta Watts, Jas., secretary, Pilot Company, Taku

Watts, W., overseer of works, Surveyor-general's office

Wauchope, G., (E. B. Watson) clerk, Yokohama

Wavell,, H. T., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Keelung

Weatherstone, T., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) in charge of hulks, Hankow

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Weaver, A. C. M., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Singapore Webb, W., (Samsen Rice Mill) engineer, Bangkok

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Webb, R J., chief steward, P. & O. steamer Sunda, Hongkong and Japan

Webb, Captain F. E., military accountant, Army Pay Department

Webb, J., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Manila

Webb, E. G. C., (Maitland & Co.) tea inspector, Shanghai

Weber, H., proprietor, City Bowling Saloon, Shanghai Weber, H., Upper Yangtsze pilot, Shanghai

Weber, O., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) merchant, Bangkok Webster, W. F., cadet-engineer, U.S. frigate Richmond Webster, A., (S. C. Farnham & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Webster, J. (P. & O. S. N. Co.) clerk, Queen's road

Weeks, C. D., (Weeks & Fry) broker, commission agent, and public accountant, F'chow Wegelin, W., (C. Lutz & Co.) clerk, Manila

Wegener, O., (Hesse & Co.) clerk, Peddar's Wharf

Wehrend, B., Bangkok

Weigert, P., truck and drayman, Yokohama

Weighell, commander, P. & O. steamer Mal cca, Hongkong and Japan ́

Weight, Geo., engineer, H.B.M. corvette Comus

Weinberger, C., (H. C. Morf & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Weinheimer, assistant surgeon, H.I. German M.S. Stosch

Weir, Thos., (C. M. S. N. Co.) superintendent engineer, Shanghai

Welch, Chas, engineer, H.B.M. gunboat Zephyr

Welch, J., (White & Welch) tea inspector, Shanghai

Weld, J. A., manager, Ice works, Osaka

Weld, Sir F. A., K.C.M.G., Governor of Straits Settlements

Weld, D., public accountant, Shanghai

Wells, E. J., (Riley, Hargreaves & Co.) engineer, Singapore

Wells, W., engineer, tug boat Peiho, Taku

Wells, E. W., engineer and architect, Singap: re

Wells, G., (Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.) wharfinger, Singapore

Wells, L., fitter, H.M. Naval Yard

Wells, E., engineer, tug Orphan, Taku

Wells, E. J., (Gas Co.) engineer, manager, and secretary, Singapore

Wells, W. (Gas Co) assistant, Singapore

Wells, J., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Amoy

Welsh, J., (Japan Photographic Association) assistant, Yokohama

Wemyss, A., (Oriental Bank) assistant accountant, Queen's road (absent)

Wennmohs, E., tailor, Shanghai

Wentzel, lieutenant, German gunboat Iltis

Wenyon, Rev. C., M.D., missionary, Canton

Wertheimer, L., interpreter, Japanese Imperial Customs, Yokohama

West, J., (Kelly & Walsh) assistant, Shanghai

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Westall, A. C., (Carter & Co.) public silk inspector, Shanghai Westendorf, C., (C. Heinszen & Co.) clerk, Manila

Westerhout, J. E., sheriff, Malacca

Westlake, C. H., (Straits Times) superintendent and sub-editor, Singapore Westoby, G. T., captain, steamer Namoa, Coast

Weston, chief officer, P. & O. steamer Malacca, Hongkong and Japan Wetmore, W. S., (Frazar & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Wetton, E., Hiogo

Wex, E., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Wharry, C. J., M.D., superintendent of Civil Hospital (absent)

Whealler, E. S., (Deacon & Co.) clerk, Canton

Wheatley, J. J. L., apothecary, Lock hospital, Singapore

Wheeler, Dr. E., medical officer to general hospital, Yokohama

Wheeler, G. H., (Russell & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Wheeley, E., (A. Dent & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Wheelock, T. R., (Wheelock & Co.) broker, Shanghai

Wheen, E., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Shanghai

Whelan, J., agricultural department, Otaru, Yesso, Japan

Wherry, Rev. J., missionary, Peking

Whiddon, F. R. C., paymaster, H.B.M. gun-vessel Swift Whilden, Miss L., missionary, Canton

Whiller, A. W., missionary, Ningpo

White, Rv. W. J., missionary, Tokio

White, Win., (White & Welsh) commission merchant, Shanghai

White, F. W., commissioner of Customs, Hankow

White, J., pilot, Nagasaki

White, Rev. W. J., missionary, Canton

White, Major R. W. E., R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

White, J., verger and sexton, St. John's Cathedral

White, Fred. E., British consulate constable, Yokohama

White, R. G., medical practitioner, Chiukiang

White, Aug., (White & Miller) bill broker, Shanghai

White, F. G., (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

White, J. R., steward, Sailors' Home, West point

White, R., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

White, J., assi tant, Water Works Co., Shanghai

Whitehead, T. H., (Chartered Bank of India) accountant, Singapore

Whitehead, W. F., inspector of brothels

Whitehouse, E. A., paymaster, U.S. sloop Ashuelot

Whitewright, Rev. J., missionary, Chefoo

Whitfield, Geo., (Whitfield & Dowson) engineer, Yokohama

Whiting, Rev. J. L., missionary, Peking

Whitley, A. W., staff surgeon, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Whitlock, G. W., Maritime Customs tide waiter, Newchwang Whitney, H. T., M.D., missionary, Shao-wu-fu, Foochow Whittall, E., (Harris, Goodwin & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Whittlesey, H. C., Maritime Customs assistant, Shanghai Whitty, C. D., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Whymark, G., (Geo. Whymark & Co.) storekeeper, Hiogo Whyte, A. B., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Manila Wicking, H., commission agent, Club Chambers

   Wiechmann, H., (J. Zobel) assistant, Binondo, Philippines Wieler, G., (Wieler & Co.) merchant, Praya

Wieler, Oscar, (Wieler & Co.) merchant, Praya (absent) Wieneke, G., (Fressel & Co.) clerk, Manila

Wiget, C. C., (Mathieu & Co.) merchant, Penang

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  Wiggins, C., (J. D. Carroll & Co.) shipchandler, Hiogo Wignall, J. H., engineer, Government works, Hiogo

  Wignall, W., chief engineer, Mitsu Bishi steamer Sekerio-maru Wigzell, A., Naval college, Tokio

Wijnhoven, Rev. F., Roman Catholic missionary, Peking

Wilck, C., (Wilck & Mielenhaussen) tailor, Shanghai

  Wilcox, R. C., lessee and editor, Daily Press, Wyndham street Wilford, F., (Sayle & Co.) assistant, Quee. 's road

Wilgaard, J., (Hall and Holtz) assistant, Shanghai

Wilkes, G., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Wilkin, A. J., (Wilkin & Robison) merchant, Yokohama

Wilkin, constable, British Legation, Peking

Wilkinson, J., second officer, steamer Hailsong, Hongkong and Formosa

Wilkinson, J. C., Iliogo

Wilkinson, W., engineer, Bangkok

Wilkinson, W. H., student, Bri ish Legation, Peking

Wilkinson, H. S., British Consular Service

Wilkinson, H. D., (Eastern Extension, A. & C. Telegraph Co.) operator, Penang

Wilks, J. W., cadet-midshipman, U.S.S. Richmond

Willan, L. P., commander, Naval departmen, Tokio

Willans, Hon. W. W., colonial treasurer, Singapore

Willberg, E., assistant superintendent of revenues, Wladiwostock

Wille, G. von, (Melchers & Co.) clerk, Ped ar's wharf

Willes, Geo. O., C.B., vice-admirai, commanding H,B.M Naval forces

Williams, R., pilot, Shanghai

Williams, S. E., superintendent of police, Tientsin

Williams, T. E. H., sur eon, H.M. gun-vessel Kestrel

Williams, C., (Engineering & Min ng Co.) sinker, Tientsin

Williams, Mrs. W. H., missionary, Tientsin

Williams, H. P., lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Cleopatra

Williams, J., proprietor, Imperial Hotel, Nagasaki

Williams, O., (Central Livery Stables) assistant, Shanghai

Williams, J., warder, gaol, Penang

Williams, S. B., chief engineer, H.B.M. gun-vessel Midge

Williams, J. O'B., M.D., surgeon, H.B.M. sloop Pegasus

Williams, Rev. J., missionary, Tokio

Williams, Right Rev. C. M., missionary, Tokio

Williams, C. C., (Williums & Co.) commission merchant, and U.S. Consul, Swatow

Williams, W. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo

Williams, F. T., assistant, Shanghai club, Shanghai

Williams, P., pilot, Swatow

Williams, Rev. Mark, missionary, Kalgan

Will amson, S. H., cadet-midshipinan, U.S.S. Richmond

Williamson, E. F., (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Williamson, J. W. L., (Holliday, Wise & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Williamson, Rev. Jas., missionary, Fungwha, Ningpo (abs nt)

Williamson, Rev. Alex., LL.D., missionary, Chefoo

Williamson, T., Maritime Customs idewaiter, Hoihow

Williamson, T. G., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Queen's road Willis, brewer, Saigon

Willis, W., medical officer, British Legation, Tokio

Willits, Rev. O. W., missionary, Peking

Willmott, J. (A. S. Watson & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Willoughby, J., assistant clerk, H.B.M. surveying vessel Magpie Willoughby, W. H., (Mouri)yan, Heimann & Co.) clerk, Hiogo Wills, J. H., Maritime Customs tidewaiter, Chefoo

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Wilmot, J. R., teacher, Government School, Singapore

   Wilnaw, P. F. S., lightkeeper, Cape of Good Hope lighthouse, Amoy Wilson, J., (Geo. W. Collins & Co.) assistant, Tientsin

Wilson, Miss, missionary, Hanchung

Wilson, chief engineer, H.E. the Kromabtah's yacht, Bangkok

Wilson, J. C. G., (Barlow & Wilson) engineer, Iloilo Wilson, G., superintendent, pauper hospital, Singapore

Wilson, A., clerk, H.B.M. receiving ship Victor Emanuel Wilson, J., "National Hotel," assistant, Queen's road Wilson, Rev. J., missionary, Chiang Mai, Siam

   Wilson, W., Maritime Customs tidewaiter and diver, Shanghai Wilson, Jas., merchant, Tientsin

Wilson, J. C. G., (Barlow & Wilson) assistant, Manila

Wilson, J., second engineer, steamer Albay, Coast

Wilson, John, agent, National Bible S. ciety of Scotland, Chungking

Wilson, G., (Chartered Mercantile Bunk) accountaut, Shanghai

Wilson, F., (Barlow & Wilson) engineer, Iloilo

Wilson, R., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Wilson, J., (J. Witte & Co.) manager of machine works, Manila

   Wilson, A., inspector of municipal police, Loza station, Shanghai Wilson, J. A., (Howell & Co.) merchant, Hakodate

Wilson, W., (Wilson, Nicholls & Co.) shipchandler, Amoy

Windrum, lieutenant W., quartermaster, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers

Windsor, T., (Windsor, Redlich & Co.) merchant, Bangkok (absent)

Wingate, J. C. A., U.S. Consul, Foochow

Wingrove, G. R., (Brand Bros. & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Winkler, J., (H. Ahrens & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Winn, Miss H. L., missionary, Yokohama

Winn, Rv. T. C., missionary, Tokio

Winn, H. H., dentist, Shanghai

Winneberg, W., (Fearon, Low & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Winstanley, J., auctioneer, Yokohama

Winstanley, A., (Cornes & Co.) merchant, Yokohama (absent)

Winterbottom, Thos., paymaster, H.B M.S. Victor Emanuel

Wintle, V. D'O., (Russell & Co) clerk, Shanghai

Winton, J, J., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) acting agent, Singapore

Wirgman, C., proprietor, Japan Punch, Yokohama

Wibus, D., light keeper, Luson lighthouse, Chefoo

Wishart, C., (New Harbour Dock Co.) manager, Singapore

Wislicenus, lieutenant, H.I. German M.S. Elisabeth

Wisner, J. H., (Wisner & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Wit, A. W. de, clerk, gaol, Malacca

Withayn, J., (J. Reyna) assistant, floilo

Withers, G., captain, Mitsu Bishi steam tug Yenoshima-maru, Tokio

Withome, W., engineer, Iloilo

Witkowski, J., (C. Illies & Co.) clerk, Yokohama

Witt, J. J., pilot, Bangkok

Witte, Julius, engineer and ice manufacturer, Manila

Wittenburg, A., assistant, Telegraph office, Wladiwostock.

Wladmir, Rev., Russ.an Mission, Tokio

Wodehouse, A. P., captain, R. Inniskilling Fusiers

Wodehouse, H. E., police magistrate and coroner

Woelz, A., (Speidel & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Wohlters, A., (F. Blackhead & Co.) assistant, Praya central

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Wo L., (F. Knoblauch & Co.) commission merchant, Yokohama

Wolle, Major R., staff paymaster, treasury chest officer, Singapore

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Wolfe, Rev. John, missionary, Foochow

Wolfenden, Richard, chief engineer, Maritime Customs

Wolfenden, R. W., acting chief engineer, revenue steamer Ling Feng, Chefoo Wolff, M., bill broker, Shanghai

Wolff, C. H. H., private academy, Hiogo

Wolff, A., (Siber & Brennwald) merchant & consul-general for Switzerland, Y'hama Wolfs, J., (Hecht, Lilienthal & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Wolseley, W. O., surgeon, army medical department

Wolter, C., (E. Meyer & Co.) clerk, Tientsin

Woo, R. H., (Smith, Bell & Co.) clerk, Mauila

Wood, Thomas, L., puisne judge, Penang

Wood, J. M., (Smith, Bell & Co.) merchant, Manila

Wood, Peter, missionary, Ichang

Wood, A. G. (Gibb, Livingston & Co.) merchant, Shanghai

Wood, W., constable, British Legation escort, Tokio

Wood, R. W. H., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Foochow (absent)

Wood, Thos., (Drysdale, Ringer & Co.) merchant, Hankow

Woodford, H. B., proprietor, Hermeline Estate, Singapore

Woodford, R. H., superintendent, Hermeline Estate, Singapore Woodford, R. G., clerk, Registration department, Penang Woodford, J. L., clerk, Marine department, Penaug Woodford, J. W., sub-inspector, police, Singapore

Woodford, E. D., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Woodford, P. J., (Rodyk & Davidson) cler, Singapore

Woodford, J. D., (Hongkong & Shanghai Bank) clerk, Queen's road

Woodford, H. B., (New Dispensary & Tempcnis Estate) proprietor, Singapore Woodhouse, B., (H. J. Andrews & C.) clerk, Manila

Woodin, E. L., (P. & O.S.N. Co.) clerk, Praya

Woodin, Rev. Simeon F., missionary, Foochow

Woodruff, F. E., commissioner of Customs, Canton

Woodley, M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) clerk, Focchow

Woodman, Rev. E. R., missionary, Tokio

Woods, L. H., advocate and solicitor, Malacca

Woodworth, Miss L., missionary, Hakodate

Woolley, A., clerk, P. & O. S. Ñ. Co., Praya

Woolnough, H. A., (Hongkong Dispensary) manager, Queen's road

Woolston, Miss B ulah, missionary, Foochow

Woolston, Miss S.H., missionary, Foochow

Word, N., fitter, railway service, Yokohama

Worgitzky, C., master mariner, Bangkok

Workman, H. J., (Peele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, Calbayog, Philippines

Worsley, F., commander, E. E., A. & C. Telegraph Co.'s str. Sherard Osborn, Singapore

Worthington, Thos., (Ker & Co.) merchant, Manila

Wortmann, R., (Siemssen & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Wotton, Wm., (Brereton & Wotton) solicitor, Queen's road

Wright, S. H., carlet-midshipman, U.S. frigate Richmond

Wright, D. W., (Bradley & Co.) clerk, Swatow

Wright, Geo, second officer, steamer Esmeralda, Hongkong and Manila.

Wright, T. J., (Hongkong and Shanghai Bank) clerk, Shanghai

Wright, S. W., secretary to Commodore Cuming, Victor Emanuel

Wright, R. W., second officer, steamer Namon, Coast

Wright, B. F., locomotive superintendent, railway service, Kobe Wright, Rev. W. B., missionary, Tokio

Wright, D. M., (Boyd & Co.) clerk, Taiwan

Wright, F. E., audit secretary, Maritime Customs, Peking (absent)

Wright, Alex., (Hunt & Co.) clerk, Nagasaki

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Wright, E. E., ensign, U.S. sloop Swatara

Wright, T. W., (Sayle & Co.) manager, Shanghai

Wright, Rev. A. C., chaplain, H.B.M.S. corvette Comus Wright, Robt., (Findlay, Richardson & Co.) clerk, Manila Wrightson, C. W., (Reid, Evans & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Wusinowski, Ad., (Fressel & Co.) merchant, Manila Wyckoff, M. N., missionary, Yokohama

Wylie, R. A., (Cornes & Co.) clerk, Yokohama Wylie, J. S., chief officer, steamer Fokien, Coast Wyno, J., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Niigata-maru

   Xavier, P., assistaut master, Raffles' 'nstitution, Singapore Xavier, C. A,, (Clataud & Co.) assistant, Shanghai Xavier, J., (C J. S.eggs & Co.) clerk, Shanghai Xavior, C. J. (Moore & Co.) assistant, Queen's road

Xavier, F. de, S. B., secretary, Portuguese consulate, Peking Xavier, J. P., (Comptoir d'Escompte) clerk, Shanghai

Xavier, F. P., (Shanghai Mercury Office) compositor, Shanghai Xavier, J. R., (Ng Chov) clerk, Queen's road

Xavier, L. A., purser, receiving ship Ariel, Shanghai Xavier, P. F., (Kruse & Co.) assistant, Queen's road Xavier, L., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Xavier, H., (Geo. Whymark & Co.) assistant, Yokohama Xavier, S., (Noronha & Co.) compositor, Zetland street Xavier, Q., almoxarifado de guerra, Macao

Xavier, L., clerk, Audit office, Bangkok

Xavier, L. A., (Douglas Lapraik & Co.) clerk, Praya Xavier, I. A., (R. H. Cairns) clerk, club chambers

Xavier, F. M, writer, H.M. Naval Yard

Xavier, M. B., linguist, Procurador's department, Macao

Xicto, A., surveyor of works, French Municipal Council, Shangbai

Yamzon, T., assistant, department of forests, Nagaba, Philippines Yates, Miss E. U., missionary, Peking

Yelverton, B. J. D., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Comus

Yeo, G. J., engineer and secretary, Gas Co., Shanghai

Yeoman, W., Jr., (Hughes & Co.) clerk, Hingo

Yeomans, H., constable, British Consulate, Tientsin Ygnacio, L., ecclesiastical department, Manila

York, W. C. J, (T. Weeks & Co.) draper, Shanghai York, G. E., (T. Weeks & Co.) draper, Shanghai Yorke, E. W., sub-lieutenant, H.B.M. corvette Curacoa

Yorke, K. S., Maritime Customs assistaut, Chinkiang

Youd, F. M., (Adamson, Bell & Co.) merchant, Shanghai Young, W. McK.. clerk, Colonial Secretary's office, Penang Young, R., overseer, Surveyor-general's office, Singapore Young, R. H., draftsman, Survey department, Malacca

Young, W. H., sub-accountant, Chartered Bank of India, &c., Manila Young, R., captain. steamer Consolation, Hongkong and Bangkok Young, Wm., medical practitioner, "Woo iville," Arbuthnot road

Young, P., (W. G. Hale & Co.) clerk, Saigon

Young, M., captain, steamer Kwangtung, Coast

Young, C., captain, Mitsu Bishi steamer Takasago maru, Tokio

Young, J., pilot, Taku

Young, W. S. (Gilinan & Co.) merchant, 'Aguilar street

Young, A., (Hongkong & Whampoa Dock Co.) foreman shipwright, Kowloon

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Young, J. M., (Rodewald & Co.) merchant, Shangbai Young, J. J. B., midshipman, H.B.M.S. Iron Duke Young, H. M., lieutenant, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers Young, Geo., storekeeper, Hiogo

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Young, R., medical practitioner, " Woodville," Arbuthnot road Young, S., Maritime Customs examiner, Foochow

Youngman, Miss K. M., missionary, Tokio (absent)

Youngs, E. A., (Pele, Hubbell & Co.) clerk, and United States vice-consul, Manila Youngson, W., May time Custoins examiner, Ningpo

Yrisarry, M. T., (Inchausti & Co,) clerk, Manila

Yrisarry, J. M., (Inchausti & Co.) merchant, Manila

Yvanovich, A., (Jardine, Matheson & Co.) clerk, Shanghai

Yvanovich, G., (R. McMurdo) clerk, Hunt's Block

Yzelman, E. T., teacher, Government School, Singapore

Yzelman, D. A., teacher, Government School, Singapore

  Zachariæ, V., M.D., physician to Ger. con., and Customs medical attendant, Shanghai Zahya, Rev. A., rabbi, Jewish Synagogue, Singapore

Zalvedia, Q., relatore, real audiència, Manila

Zamora, P., ecclesiastical department, Mauila

Zamora, P., civil doctor, Manila

Zappe, Ed., German consul, Yokohama

Zarate, A. V. de, member of administrative council, Mauila

Zarogo, Y., sugar manufacturer, Iloilo

Zedelius, C., M.D., medical practitioner, Shanghai

Zedtwitz, secretary, German Legation, Tokio

Zelowich, coffee house keeper, Haiphong

Zeye, lieutenant, HI. German M.Ś. Hertha

Ziegfeld, H., (C. & J. Trading Co.) assistant, Hiogo

Ziegler, C., (Ziegler & Co.) merchant, Yokohama

Ziegler, Rev. H., missionary, Basil Mission, Nyenhangli

Zietz, Ed., (Baer & Suhm) clerk, Munila

Zimmer, F., warder, gaol, Singapore

Zobel J., chemist, Manila (absent)

Zubeldia, M., (Peele, IIubbell & Co.) clerk, Legaspi, Philippines

Zuck, Jas. C., United States consul, Tientsin

Zulueta, C., trader, Iloilo

Zuzarte, D., proprietor, "Colonial Press," Singapore

Zuzarte, R., (Imprimerie Commerciale) compositor, Saigon

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HONGKONG.

     This, the most eastern of British possessions, is situate off the coast of the Kwantung province, at the mouth of the Canton river. It's distant about 40 miles from Macao and 90 from Canton, and lies between 22 deg. 9 min. and 22 deg. 1 min. N. lat., and 114 deg. 5 min. an 114 deg. 18 min. E. long. The name of the island (Hong Kong) signifies Good Harbour. Hongkong is a Crown Colony and was ceded to Great Britain by the Chinese Government in 1841. The Government is admi- nistered by a Governor, aided by an Ex cutive Council of five officials. The Legis- lative Council is presided over by the Governor, ant is composed of the Chief Justice, the Colonial Secretary, the Attorney-General, the Treasurer, and four unofficial members nominated by the Crown on the recommendation of the Governor.

The island is about 11 miles long and from 2 to 5 broad; its circumference is about 27 miles. It consists of a broken ridge of loity hills, with few valleys of any extent and scarcely any ground available for cultivation. It is well watered by numerous streams, many of which are perennial, and from the waterworks at Pok- folum water of excellent quality but in limited quantity is supplied to all parts of the city of Victoria.

     The harlour of Hongkong is one of the finest and most beautiful in the world, having an area of ten square miles, and with its diversified scenery and variel ship ping, presents an animated and imposing spectacle. It consists of the sheet of water between the island and the mainland, and is enclosed on all sides by lofty hills, unfortunately bare of foliage, except where trees have be n planted near the city, but pleasingly green during the south-west monsoon. An extensive scheme of afforesta tion has, however, lately been commenced. The City of Victoria is magnificently situated, the houses, many of them large and handsome, rising, tier upon tier, from the water's edge to a height of several hundred feet on the face of the Peak, while several bungalows are visible on the very summit of the hills. Seen from the water at night, when lamps twinkle among the trees and bouses, the city, spreading along the shor for upwards of four miles, affords a sight not to be forgotten.

     Nor on landing are the favourable impressions of the stranger dissipated. The city is well built, the roals and stree:s are for the most part admirably male and kept, the Public Є ardens almost unrivalled for their beauty, and many of the thoroughfares delightfully shaded with well grown trees. The chief public building is the City Hall, erected in 1866-9 by subscription; it contains an elegant theatre, numerous large rooms used for balls and public meetings, an excellent and valuable Library, and & Museum yearly increasing in importance. The Government Offices, Supreme Court House, and Club are plain but sub tartial structures. Government Hou e occupics a commanding situation, in picturesque grounds pleasingly laid out, in tl e centre of the city. The Gaol is a large and massive structure, but the accommodation afforded by it is not in excess of the large demands made on it, owing to the inroads of the criminal population of Kwangtung being so constant and persevering. The Civil Hospital is a large but plain building in Taipingshan. The Government Central School, a most important institution, having some six hundred pupils, is very badly housed at present. The Tung Wa Hospital, a Chinese institution, occupies a large and roomy building. The barracks for the garrison are lage, and constructed with great regard to the health and comfort of the troops, and the buildings belonging to the Navel Establishment are substantial and spacious. The Central Market is a dirty and inconvenient place, which is entirely given up to the natives owing to its repulsive condition. The Praya wall, which was reconstructed in 1879-80, is a work of much solidity and strength, reflecting the greatest credit on the Survey Depart- ment. It is faced with large blocks of hewn granite and backed with concrete, and

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presents a good effect from the water. The Clock Tower, near Peddar's Wharf, was crected by public subscription in 1862, and the illuminated clock was presented to the Colony by the firm of Messrs. Douglas Lapraik & Co.

     The chief religious buildings are: S. John's Cathedral (Anglican), which occupies a commanding site above the Parade Grund, and is a G-this churel of considerable size but with few pretensions to architecture. It has a square tower, with pinnacles, over the western porch, and possesses a peal of bells. A bandsome stained window in the east end, over the altar, is the chief adornment of the interior. S. Peter's (Seamen's) Church, at West Point, close to the Sailors' Home, is a neat Gothic erection with a spire. It also has a stained glass window, presented in 1878. S. Stephen's (native) Church, in Taipingsha, is a plain building with a bell turret. Union Church is a pleasing edifice in the Italian style of architecture, with a spire, and contains accommodation for about 500 persons. The Roman Catholic Cathedral, in Wellington Street, is a remarkably plain but commodious structure with small twin domes. A site has been secured and plans made for a new Gothic building of much more imposing appearance and dimensions. S. Joseph's Church, in Guden Road, is a neat edifice erected in 1876 on the site of one destroyed by the great typhoon of 1874; and there are several smaller Catholic mission churches, There is also a Jewish Synagogue in Hollywood Road, and a Mahomedan Mosque in Mosque Street. The Roman Catholics possess a Reformatory for Chinese boys and several charitable and educational i stitutions, which are very efficiently managed. Other denomination s likewise support establishments of the same char setor, conspicuous among which are the Diocesan Home and Orphanage, the Gemau Foundling House, Baxter Verna- cular School, &c.

    The Protestant, Rowan Catholic, Parsee, an! Mahomedan Cemeteries occ, py sites in Wong-nai Chung Vall y, and are kept in good order. The Protestant Ceme- tery is almost a rival to the Public Gardens, being admirably laid out and charming- ly situated.

    There are several Clubs in the Colony. The principal are the Hongkong Club, the Club Germania, and the Lusitano Club. There is a Recreation Club, which possesses Bath and Boat houses on the Prava near the Cricket Ground, a Cricket Club, and a Yacht Club, all kept up with considerable spirit.

    The annual races are held at the latter end of February on the Race Course in Wong-nai Chung Valley, at the east end of the town, a beautiful sp t enclosed by fir-clad bills. On this occasion the whole colony makes holiday, and the stands and course are crowded with one of the most motley collections of humanity to be seen in auy part of the world. Most of the races are run with North China ponies, and there is generally good sport. A regatta is held in December in the barbour, but it does not evoke the same enthusiasm as the races. Atletic Sports are also got up every year by te garrison, and occasional swimming matches and boat races take place. There is an Amateur Dramatic Club, the m mbers of which give several performances in the City Hall Theatre during the season; and the Choral Society also provides a series of entertainments. In addition to the attempts made by the colonists to provide amusements, itinerant companies frequently visit Hongkong, and give performances.

    There is excellent Dock accommodation for the largest vessels. The Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company, Limited, have three ext nsive establishunts, two at Kowloon, the other at Aberdeen. The Docks of this company are fitted with all appliances for engineering and carpenter's work, and are seidom empty. At the Aberde n docks the argest ironclads and mail s eamers can be and are frequently docked. There are other establishment at which ship-building is carried on, aud some gool-sized steamers have been launched in the Colony. Her Majesty's Naval Yard likewise contains machine sheds and fitting shops on a large scale, and repairs can be effected to the machinery of the British meu-of war with great expedition.

    There are few good hotels in the Colony. The chief establishm nts are the Hongkong Hotel, close to the Clock Tower, and the Stag, in Queen's Road, both of which are centrally situat d and provide good accommodation for travellers.

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There are three daily papers published in English, the Hongkong Daily Press, which appears in the morning, the China Mail, issued in the evening, and the Hongkong Telegraph, a small paper published in the afternoon. There are also two fortnightly papers, which are published on the morning of the departure of the English mail, namely, the China Överland Trade Report (the commercial journal of the Far East), and the Overland China Mail. The Hongkong Catholic Register is a religious paper published weekly. The Chronicle and Directory for China, Japan, &c., app ars annually, an is issued from the Daily Press office. The China Review, which is devoted to reviews and papers on Chinese topics, is published once every two months. The native Press is represented by three daily pa ers-the Chung Ngoi San Po, which is the oldest, published at the Daily Press Office; the Wa Tsz Yat Po, or Chines Mail; and the Taun Wan Yat Po, or Universal Circulating Herald. There is also a bi-weekly called Kam Sz 1ing Luk. The Government Gazette is published once a week.

     Manufactures are represented by two large sugar refineries, the China and the Wanchai, a Distillery, and some native factories. Among the industries pursued by the Chinese are glass blowing, vermillion manufacture, tanning, dyeing; bean curd, tooth-powder, match, eigar and tobacco making, &c.

There are several villages on the island, the larg st of which is Shau-ki Wan, situate in a bay in the Li-ü Mun Pass. Aberdeen, on the south of the island possesses a well sheltered little harbour, much frequented by fishing craft. Two large docks of the Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company are situated there, and add to the importance of the place. Pokfolum, on the road to Aberdeen, about four miles from Victoria, is a place of resort for European residents in the hot w ather, and some elegant bungalows have been erected in pleasant and picturesque situations, commanding fine sea views and cool breezes. The sanitarium of the French Missions is located at Pokfolum, and is a fine building with an elegant chapel attached. Stanley, situated in a small bay on the south-east of the island, was once the site of a military station, but the barracks were pulled down a few years back, and the village is stagnant. There are good carriage roads from Victo: ia both to Aderdeen and Shau-ki Wan, and a bridle road to Stanley. A good bridle road leads up to the summit of Victoria Peak, with other paths branching off from it along the adjoining.bills. Within the past three years the number of bungalows on and about the Peak has increased so much that they now form quite an alpine village.

    Across the harbour is the dependency of British Kowloon. This peninsula was ceded to Great Britain in 1861. It has an area of four square miles, and, though formerly a most arid and desolate strip of land, has latterly made considerable pro- gress. Yau-ma Ti, the principal village, has latterly increased in population, and bids fair to b come an important town. A number of European houses and a club have been erected and numerous gardens laid out at Tsim-sha Tsui, which place is much resorted to by the British and foreign residents. Steam ferries ply regularly between this place, Yau-ma Ti, and Victoria.

    The total population of the Colony of Hongkong, according to the census of 1881, was 160,402, showing an increase of 21,258 since 1876, when the preceding census was taken. The European community was larger by 273, but this increase was in women and children among the British, German, and Portuguese residents. The male adult population had decreased. The total population of the city of Vic- toria was returned at 141,494; that of Kowloon at 9,021; of Shau-ki Wan 3,274; of Aberdeen 1,305; and Stanley 829. The rest of the population is distributed among the smaller villages and the boat population other than in Victoria harbour. The total British and foreign population numbered 7,990, but the residents proper are returned at 3,040, the former figures including the naval and military estabi shments, polic, shipping in harbour, and temporary residents. The Indians and others of nixed blood numbered 1,722.

    Hongkong formerly enjoyed a most unenviable no'oriety for unhealthiness, and in years past the troops garrisoned here undoubtedly suffered severely. A great deal of the sickness in the early days of the Colony was caused by excavating and other-

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wise disturbing the disintegrated granite of which the soil of the island mainly con- sists, and which appears to throw off malarious exhalations when upturned. At the present time, however, the Colony is one of the heal biest spots in the world in the same latitude, and when the ignorance of newcomers respecting the climate, the rashness and excesses of seamen,; and the squalor and the crowded condition of the Chine

ese quarter of the town are consider d, the mortality is by no means excessive. The annual death rate per 1,000 for the whole population in 1880 was 28.71, for the British and foreign population, 16.71, or deducting non-residents, 15.95. The arnual average rain all is 71.54 inches, while the average annual range of the thermometer is from 43 deg. to 89 deg.

    The finances of the Colony have for several years gone on improving, and the estimated revenue for 1882 is $1,121,860, while the expenditure is estimated at $1,051,614.

    Hongkong is a free port, and it is therefor impossible to give any return of its imports and exports. During the year 1880 the ollowing tonnage entered and cleared with cargoes:-

American

An ameso Austrian Belgian

olivian

NATIONALITY

ENTERED

CLFARED

Vessels 139...

Tons

117,568

Vesse's,

110..

Tons.

1,193

78

2

3,179.

1

1,125.

1.. 1...

1,8:7

1,125

1

710.

British..

2,043

1,851,791.

Chinese

150.

124,197.

1,919 149

1,749 148

Chinese Junks

16,610.

1,240,988.

17,535.

Danish

Dutch

16.

6,300. 12,206

Jo

9.

123,970 1,931,213

6,539 6,198

French.

113.

163,152.

05

160,530

German

225.

131,6-5.

142.

82,408

Honduras

1

510

Japanese

29..

26,076.

27

25,635

Norwegian

Portuguese.. Russian

Siamese

4

3,69)

2.

1,10

J.

632.

1

6.2

2.

2,274

2

2,274

30

14,905.

21.

10,247

Spanish

Swedish

63.

19,034.

63.

19,219

2..

678.

2

578

19,421

3,721,593

20,179

3,625,136

There also entered in ballast 7,380 vessels, with 461,252 tous, and cleared 6,239 vessels with 549,013 t ns. The total shows an increase as compare with the pre- vious year of 63,177 tons. There is a steady yearly increase in the steamer tonnage, and a corresponding falling-off in that of sailing ships.

    The trade chiefly cousists in opium, sugar, salt, flour, oil, cotton gods, earthen- ware, amber, ivory, sandalwood, betel, vegetables, grani'e, &c., &c. The bulk of the European trade of China and Japan pass s through this port.

Hongkong poss sses unrivalled steam communication. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company and the Messageries Maritimes convey the European mail weekly, the Pacific Mail Company and the Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company maintain a mail service with San Francisco, and the Eastern and Australian Steamship Cou pany and some outside steamers keep up a pretty frequ ni but irregular service with the Australian Colenies. In addition to all tɛese, sɔveral great lines of merchaut steamers maintain regular communication between Lorden, Liverpool, and Hongkong, of which the Ocean Steamship Company and the Glen and Castle lines are the most conspicuous. The Austro-Hungarian Loyd's steamers also run from Trieste to Hongkong. The Netherlands Indian Steain Navigation Company now maintain direct monthly communication between Java and Hongkong. Between the ports on the east coast of China and Hongkong the steamers of Messrs. Douglas Lapraik & Co. ply regularly twice a week, and there is constant steau com- munication with Hoihow, Manila, Saigon, Haiphong, Bangkok, &c. With Sungai and the ports of Japan there is frequent communication in addition to the mail steamers, which leave weekly, while the steamers of the Mitsu Bishi Mail Steamship Company run fortnightly between Kobe and Hongkong. Between Hongkong, Macao, and Canton there is a daily steam service. The telegraphic communication of the Colony extends to nearly every part of the world.

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DIRECTORY.

Colonial Departments, Public Offices, &c.

Colonial Government.

Governor, Commander-in-Chief, and Vice- Admiral-His Excellency Sir John Pope Hennessy, K.C.M.G.

Colonial Secretary-Hon. W. H. Marsh

(absent)

First Clerk-J. M. S. Alves Second do. -A. K. Travers Third do. -P. H. do Rozario Fourth do. L. G. d'Almada e Castro Temporary Clerk-J. P. da Costa

do.

-E. A. de Carvalho -Wong Chün

do.

Acting Colonial Secretary-Hon. M. S. Cadet-J. H. S. Lockhart

Tonrochy

Aide-de-camp to H.E. the Governor--Lieut

R. C. C. Cox, R. Innis. Fus.

Private Secretary-Gordon S. Northcote

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.

議政局

I Ching Kuk.

His Excellency Sir John Pope Hennessy,

K.C.M.G., president

The Senior Military Officer in Command Hon. Colonial Secretary

Hon. Attorney General

Hon. John Macneile Price

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.

定例局

Ting-lai Kuk.

His Excellency Sir John Pope Hennessy,

K.C.M.G., president

Hon. Chief Justice

Hon. Colonial Secretary

Hon. Attorney General

Hon. Colonial Treasurer

Hon. Phineas Ryrie

Hon. W. Keswick (absent)

Hon. J. M. Price

Hon. Ng Choy

Hon. F. Bulkeley Jobuson

Hou. E. R. B lilios

non-official

members

Clerk of Councils-Arathoon Seth

Public Offices.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.

輔政使署

Fu Ching Sz Shü.

Colonial Secretary-Hon. W. H. Marsh

(absent)

Acting do. -Hon. M. S. Tonnochy

Chief Clerk-Arathoon Seth

COLONIAL TREASURY.

庫務署

Fu Mò Shù.

215

Acting Colonial Treasurer-Hon. W. M.

Deane

First Clerk & Cashier-J. A. de Carvalho

2nd do, and Accountant-A. F. Alves 4th do.-P. M. Alves 3rd do.-A. R. Madar

Notice Server-Kwok Hung Kwai First Shroff-Cheung Alloy

Second do.-Cheong Achow

Valuators of Police and Lighting Rates-

A. Seth and P. M. Alves

SURVEYOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE. 工伤署

Kung Ho Sh

Surveyor General-Hon. John M. Price,

F.G.S., F.R.G.S. (absent)

Acting Surveyor Gen.-E. Bowdler

Assist. Engineer-R. K. Leigh, A.M. I.C.E,

Inspector of Buildings-S. R. Neate Clerk of Works-J. E. Howroyd

Acting First Clerk-M. Gutierrez Third do.-Chan a Fook

Acting Third do.-W. Goulbourn

Acting Fourth do.-J. G. Gutierrez

Assistant Clerk in Land Office-Wong Kam

Mun

Overseers of Works-W. Watts, G. Baynes,

E. Rose, C. Horwood

Overseer in charge of Protestant Cemetery-

E. Thompson

Interpreters-Sui Sheung, Lam Su

GENERAL POST-OFFICE.

書信館

Shü-sun Kún

Postmaster General-A. Lister

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Assistant Ditto.-S. Barff Accountant-J. G. da Rocha

Clerks J. M. E. Machado, A. Leiria, A. J. Rodrigues, Z. M. Barradas, A. da Silva, J. H. Britto, and T. Barradas Marine Officers-A. L. S. del Aguila, D.

A. da Costa, and A. M. Placé

POSTMASTERS. Shanghai-F. G. Machado

G. S. S. da Silva, clerk Macao-R. de Souza (Honorary)

POSTAL AGENTS.

Hoihow-R. E. Bruce

Canton-J. N. Jordan

Swatow-E. L. B. Allen

Amoy-L. M. Henley

Foochow-F. S. A. Bourne

Ningpo-C. F. R. Allen (H. M. Consul)

Hankow-H. F. Brady

STAMP REVENUE OFFICE.

Collector

印捐局

Yan-kün Kuk.

A. Lister

First Clerk-J. S. Rodrigues

Second Clerk-E. H. d'Aquino

Shroff-Ho Chung-shang

  Chinese Agency-79, Bonham Strand Agent-Un Man-tsoi

AUDITOR-GENERAL'S OFFICE.

考數

Hau Cho Shi

Auditor Gen.-Hon. W. H. Marsh Acting Auditor-Hon. M. S. Tonnochy Audit Clerk-J. M. A. da Silva

Second Clerk-F. V. Ribeiro

Third clerk-F. Friere

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S OFFICE.

華民政務司

Wà Man Ching Mò Sz.

Registrar General-James Russell

Acting Registrar General-John Gerrard First clerk-John Gerard Second clerk-G. S. Northcote Registration clerk-C. Osmund

Chinese clerks-Im A Mong, Ip Ping

Kwan

Chinese Registration clerks-Sung Sing,

Fung Chan

REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS, MAR- RIAGES, AND DEATHS.

REGISTRAR GENERAL'S Office.

婚姻事務司署

Fan-yan Sz Mò Sz Shü.

Registrar--The Registrar General

Deputy Registrar-John Gerrard

BOTANICAL AND AFFORESTA. TION DEPARTMENT. Superintendent-Charles Ford Foreman of Foresters-U Atai

do. Gardens-Lee Achin

Clerk and Interį reter-U Ting Sin

5 Sub-foremen, 25 labourers, 10 fores-

ters, 1 watchman, 2 guards

HARBOUR DEPARTMENTS.

船政司

Shün-ching Sz.

Harbour Master, Marine Magistrate, Emigra-

tion and Customs Officer-H. G. Thom- sett, R.N.

Assistant do.-J. P. McEuen, R.N.

HARBOUR OFFICE, PRAYA WEST. Clerks F. Machado, J. L. de S. Alves,

A. C. Botelho

Boarding Officers-A. F. Sampson, F. M.

Leatherbarrow

Inspectors of Cargo Boats & Junks-W. Mc-

Clellan, J. J. Collaço, M. J. Chagas Indian Interpreter-Soonderam Chinese Interpreters and Writers-Cban

Chan, Cheung Ip, Lo Ushing Shroff to the Department-Leong Chung

MERCANTILE MARINE OFFICE. Sailors' Home, West Point. Deputy Superintendent-A. P. Guterres Clerk--H. W. Sampson

Indian Interpreter-Idroos Moosdeen

LIGHT HOUSES.

Collector of Light Dues-J.P. McEuen, R.N. Light Keepers, Cape d'Aguilar-A. Baird,

L. L. Lopes, and two Chinese

Green Island-H. L. Mather, & 1 Chinese Cape Collinson-Two Chinese

GUNPOWDER DEPOT, STONE CUTTER'S ISLAND.

Officer in charge-John Livesey Gunner-George Waite

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OUT-STATIONS.

   Shar Wan-Inspector J. C. Swanston Stanley-Inspector Mackie Aberdeen-Inspector D. Bremner Yau-Ma Ti-Inspector J. Cameron

SIGNAL STATION, VICTORIA Peak.

In charge-F. C. Collaço

Assistants-Ko Kam-fuk and Li Tık

MARINE SURVEYOR'S DEPT. Office, Harbour Office.

Gort. Surveyor of Ships-John Sherren

Brewer

Clerk-Hung Kam Ning

SUPREME COURT.

泉署

Nip Shü.

Chief Justice-Hon. Geo. Phillippo

Acting Chief Justice-Hon. F. Snowden

   Acting Puisne Judge-Hon. James Russell Attorney-General--Hon. E. L. O'Malley Acting Registrar-C. F. A. Sangster Deputy Registrar-C. F. A. Sangster Acting Deputy Registrar-S. Barff Crown Solicitor-Edmund Sharp Sheriff-J. Dyer Ball

   Official Trustee-C. F. A. Sangster Acting Accountant-S. Barff

Acting Secretary and Clerk to the Chief

Justice-F. A. Hazeland

Clerk to the Puisne Judge-F. A. Haze-

land

Supervisor of Interpreters and Translator-

Dr. E. J. Eitel Interpreter-J. Dyer Ball

Assistant Interpreter-Li Hong Mi Clerk and Usher-T. J. Rowland Clerk to Registrar-E. Barros

Chinese Clerk and Translator-Chun Tai

Kwong

   Usher and Bailiff-T. R. McBean Hindustani Interpreter-T. R. McBean Chinese Clerk and Shroff-Chung Shing

Hong

Appraiser-S. Barff

Commissioners to Administer Oaths--C. F.

A. Sangster, S. Barff, J. D. Ball

Registrar of Companies-C. F. A. Sangster

VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT. Acting Judge and Commissary-Hon.

Francis Snowden

Queen's Advocate-Hon. E. L. O'Malley Acting Registrar-C. F. A. Sangster Deputy Registrar-C. F. A. Sangster

217

Queen's Proctor-E. Sharp Marshal-J. D. Ball

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.

Hon. P. Ryrie

紳士

Shan Sz.

H.G.Thomsett, R.N. R. McMurdo W. M. Deane Hon. M.S. Tonnochy F. Stewart C. V. Creagh Hon J. Russell

A. Lister

Hon. E. R. Belilios

R. A. O'Brien, M.D. H. Lowcock

Hon. J. M. Price

Dr. P. C. B. Ayres, H. L Dalrymple A. McIver N. J. Ede

H. E. Wodehouse

J. P. McEuen, R.N.

T, Jackson

J. P. Barnes F. D. Sassoon Thos. Forrest

T. C. Hayllar, Q.C.

H. B. Gibb

J. Gerrard

J. H. Scott

E. E. Sassoon

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D. A. J. Crombie

J. G. T. Hassell

J. J. Francis

Hon. Ng Achoy

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| W. S. Adams, M.D.

S. Barff

E. Bowdler

MAGISTRATES' COURT.

巡理廳

Tsun-li Trung

Police Magistrate-H. E. Wodehouse

Do.-F. Stewart, LL.D.

First Clerk-James Parker

Acting Second do. Chan A Fook

Third

Fourth

ד

do. -Ng Kwai Shang do. Wong Chün

First Chinese Interp.-Bedell Li-yun Second do. do. Li-a-cheung Third do. do. Hung Kam Shing Hindustani Interpreter-Ny Fuk-shang Interpreter and Clerk-Li Fuk-sing Chinese Clerk and Shroff-Leung Tsau Usher and process server-A. S. Martin Assistant do. do. -T. M. Lopes Chinese do. do. -Kwan Chak Lam

SHERIF "S DEPARTMENT. Sheriff―J. Dy or Ball

Sheriff's Officer-M, Leon

POLICE.

巡捕廳

Tsun-pò Ting.

Capt. Superintendent-W. M. Deano, M.A.

Deputy Superintendent-C. V. Creagh

(absent)

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HONGKONG-GOVERNMENT OFFICES.

4 Chinese assistant turnkeys

Acting Deputy Superintendent-G. Hors-

pool

Acting Chief Inspector-T. Grey

First Clerk and Account't-C. W. Duggan Clerks-F. S. de Souza, G. J. W. King,

    Lam Pak Mi, Leung Kwai Kai Indian Interpreter-Samuel Baboo Chinese Sergeant Interpreters-Fourteen Inspectors-J. Cradock, W Rivers (absent) D. Thomson, J. Cameron, J. Mathieson, J. Corcoran, J. C. Swanston, J. Lindsay, A. Mackie, D. Bremner, N. Perry Inspector of Markets-G. Orley European Force-

Sergeants-6 Geo. Hennessy, 7 Wm. Fisher (act.), 9 John McKay, 10 Wm Baker, 12 J. C. Grant, 19 Peter Jones, 49 Jos. Flynn, 51 J. But.in (a t.) 69 Geo, Rae, 70 Wm. Gau d, 83 Wm. Hanson (act.)

10 Acting Sergeants 70 Constables

Indian Fonce-

1 Jemadbar

5 Sergeants

5 Acting Sergeants

158 Constables

Chinese Force-

5 Sergeants

180 Constables

Water Police, Chinese-

3 Sergeants

8 Acting Sergeants

120 Constables

Seconde Ito other departments (additional)-

Insp. Quincey, 27 Indians, and 21

Chinese

CORONER.

官,驗

Im-shi-kum.

Coroner-H. E. Wodehouse

Deputy Coroner-Alred Lister

Chinese Interp. and Clerk-Bedell Li-yun

VICTORIA GAOL.

臨時

Kam Fong.

Superintendent-Malcolm S ruan Ton.

nochy

Warden-George Hayward Clerk-Chas. Gee

Assist. Clerk and Interp.-Yip Ling Mui Head Turnkeys-Wm. Scudder, J. Jones,

J. J. Chapman

8 European turnkeys 19 Assistant turnkeys

2 Hospital warders

1 Matron

18 Gaol guards

1 Messenger

MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT. Colonial Surgron and Inspector of Hospitals- Philip B C. Ayris, L.M., and M.R.C.S., Eng. 1.R.C.P., Edin., and J.P. Health Officer of Port-W. S. Adams, M.D. Chief Inspector of Nuisances-John Cleaver Inspectors of Nuisances-Js. Germain,

Michael Adams, Jas. Mulgraves

GOVERNMENT CIVIL HOSPITAL. West Point (Temporary). 國家醫院

Karok-ká 1 Un.

Superintendent-C. J. Wharry, M.D.;

C.M.; M.R.C.S.E.; L.S.A.L. (absent)

Acting Assistant Supt.-L. P. Marques,

LR.C.SI., L.M., L.K.Q.C.P.I.

Apothecary and Analyst-H. McCallum Staward-U, da Silva"

Clerk-Luk Tit Fo

Ward-masters--J. Carneiro & Chun Alok LOCK HOSPITAL.

Surgeon-P. B. C. Ayres, M.R.C.S.E.;

L.M.; L.R.C.P.E. Apothecary-A de Souza Matron-G. Assis

Inspector of Brothels-W. F. Whitehead Inspector in charge at Wanchi-W. llorton Asst. do. do. -John Lee

CENTRAL SCHOOL.

Tài Shu n

Acting Head Master-- Alexander Falconer Acting Second Master---W. M. B. Arthur Acting Third Master-W. McKinney (ab-

sent)

Acting Fourth Master-W. Du Flon Hut-

chison

Acting Fifth Master-G. A. Caldwell Acting Sixth Master-Chiu Chi-ts'ung

'ssistant Masters-Ch'an Kai-ming, Tsang

Kit-fan, Lo Tất, and Lau Ho Chinese Masters-Ho Chuk-shan, Ip Ut-

lau, Ci'an In-tai, and Luk King-fo

HONGKONG ARTILLERY VOLUN- TEERS.

Captain and Acting Commandant-J. J.

Francis Lieutenant-J. Grant

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HONGKONG FIRE BRIGADE.

顛擘領事官

滅火局

Mit Fo Kuk.

VICTORIA.

Superintendent―J. P. McEuen, R.N.

Assistant Superintendent J. A. Carvalho

do.

do

-James Parker

    Clerk and Accountant -James Parker Engineer-R. K. Lei h

   Assist. Engineer-C. Wassenius Overseer of Water Works-E. Rose Foremen G. Orley, W. F. Whitehead

4 Assistant Foremen

Engine Drivers--T: Campbell, W. Currie

and 2 Chinese

Assistant Engine Drivers-J. Grimble, H.

Osborne

14 European Firemen

   5 Chinese Stokers 14 Chinese Watchmen 80 Chinese Firemen

14 European Volunteers 121 Chinese Volunteers Yau-má-tí.

1 European Fireman 2 Chinese Firemen

22 Volunteers (Chinese)

Aberdeen.

1 European Fireman

2 Chinese Firemen

18 Volunteers (Chinese)

Shan-ki-wan.

1 European Fireman

2 Chinese Firemen

40 Volunteers (Chinese)

Inspector of Dangerous Goods-G. Orley

Assistant

do. -Cheong Shing

HONGKONG FIRE INSURANCE VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE.

Engine Hose, Praya Central.

Hon. Foreman-W. K. Hughes

Hon. Secretary-E. F. Alford

Engineer in charge-Thos. Glass

24 European firemen

Consulates.

日耳曼領事官

Yat-i-man Ling-sz Kùn.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

Consul-Adolf André

Chancelier-Richard Schönberger

BELGIUM.

Consul-Atwell Coxon, 1, Seymour Ter-

race

Tin-muuh Ling-82 Kùn.

DENMARK.

Acting Consul-Hon. F. Bulkeley Johnson

法蘭西領事官

Fut-lan-sai Ling-8z Kin.

FRANCE.

(10, Arbuthnot Road)

Consul--G. Lemaire

Chancelier-F. Silvin

花旗領事官

Fu-ki Ling-sz Kùn,

UNITED STATES

(2, Praya East.)

Consul-John S. Mosby

Vice and Deputy Consul-

Chinese Clerk and Interp.-Chue Asine

HAWAII (SANDWICH ISLANDS).

Acting Consul-General-Hon. F. B. John-

son

以大利領事官

I-tai-li Tng-sz Kin. ITALY.

Consul-Chevalier D. Musso

Chancelier-P. D'Agostini

立化領事官

Lap-fu-lan Ling-sz Kin. NETHERLANDS.

Consul-Ludwig Beyer

大德國領事官

Tai Tik Kwok Ling-sz Kùn. GERMANY.

Consul-G. Travers

Vice-Consul-Dr. O. F. von Möllendorff

Physicians-C. Clouth, M.D., and C.

Gerlach, M.D.

Secretary-F. W. G. von Stockhausen

Shipping Master-W. Peterson

西洋領事官

Sai-yeing Ling-sa Kin

PORTUGAL.

7, Chancery Lane.

Consul-José da Silva Loureiro (consul

general in charge)

Assistant-J. M. P. da Cunha Teixeira

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HONGKONG.

-EDUCATIONAL, &c.

俄羅斯領事官 Ngo-lo-sz Ling-sz Kùn. RUSSIA.

(Peddar's Wharf.)

Consul-W. Reiners

Chancelier-R. Schönberger

暹羅領事官

Tsim-lo Ling-sz Kùn.

SIAM.

Consul―Thos. I. Rose (Borneo Company),

Queen's Road

呂宋領事官

Lui-sung Ling-ez Kùn.

SPAIN.

(1, Ball's Court, Bonham Road.)

Consul-Albino Mencarini

Vice Consul-Luis Torres de Acevedo

瑞國領事官

Sui Koh Ling-sz Kin.

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Acting Consul~C. Vince

BRAZIL.

Smith

Consul-A. G. Romano (also Honorary

Consul for Portugal)

日本領事官

Yat Pin Ling-82 Kin. JAPAN.

(7, Caine Road.)

Consul-Taro Ando

Clerks-Ichiro Terada, Giro Hirabe

PERU.

庇魯片領車官

Pe-lu-kwok Ling-sze Kwoon.

Consul-J. Grant Smith, 8 Queen's Road

Educational.

ST. PAUL'S COLLEGE.

聖保羅書院

Shing Po-lo Shü Un.

Visitor-The Archbishop of Canterbury

Warden-Right Rev. Bishop of Victoria Sub-warden-

Chinese Day Schools in connection with College Two.

Chinese Masters-Un Ying Fong, Chau

To Ming

HONGKONG PUBLIC SCHOOL. Held at S. Paul's Colle ̧ -

Visitor Rt. Rev. Bishop Burdon Committee-Bishop Burdon (chairman), Rev. Dr. Chalmers, Hon. J. Russell, Hon. P. Ryrie, T. Jackson (hon, trea- surer), W. H. Forbes, H. W. Davis, D.

R. Crawford, A. Lister (hon. secretary). Head Master-H. W. Hambling

Matron-Mrs. Hambling

VICTORIA BOYS' SCHOOL.

域多利亞訓蒙書館

Wik to-li-à Fan-mung Shü kùn.

Head Master-J. M Hanlon

Drawing Master-M. A. Baptista

Portuguese Master-J. Rangel

Chinese Master-Kwong Nam Tong

VICTORIA GIRLS' SCHOOL.

Conducted by Mrs. J. M. Hanlon

DIOCESAN HICME & ORPHANAGE. Bonham Road.

拔萃書室

Pat-sui-shii-shat.

Visitor-Rt. Rev. The Bishop of Victoria Committee-Right Rev. Bishop of Victoria, (chairman) Hon. E. L. O'Malley, Mr. Justice Snowden, H. E. Braddon, C. P. Chater, E. Sharp, D. R. Crawford, A. P. McEwen

Hon. Treasurer-Hon. F. B. Johnson

Hon. Secretary-Rev. W. Jennings English Master-Geo. Piercy Matron-Mrs. Piercy

Usher Chas. A. Alder

Chinese Teacher-Tong Sin Ting

Inmates-35 Boarders (boys) of European, mixed, and Chinese extraction, 10 day scholars

ST. STEPHEN'S CHURCH SCHOOLS. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Manager-J. B. Ost

Taipingshan Masters-Li Kau Pui, Tsang

Fu Feng

Saiyingpun Master- Shiu Tsô Hung Shungwan Master-Chau Ching-chün

BAXTER MEMORIAL SCHOOL. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Manager-J. B. Ost Mistress-Chan Lin

BAXTER GIRLS' SCHOOL. Miss Johnston

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Caine Road.

羅瑪姑娘

Lo mà Ku-neung.

HONGKONG-CLUBS, &c.

Lady Superioress-Mother Maria Stella Sisters Giuseppina Testera, Claudia Com- pagnotti, Giuditta Manzato, Angelica Barretto, Luigia Frigerio, Teresa Rossi, Regina Ferrario, Teresa Allocchio, Emi- lia Bert.lotti, Maria Allanson, Tomasia Richi, Maria Poroni, Teodora Lucian, Annunciata Baldi, Anna Pereira, An- ton a Rollini, Manuela Barretto, Teresa Viera, Anna d'Almada, Angelica M. Barretto, Marianne Danelli, Lugie Spaggini, Francesca Soard, Florentine Buriani, Marianne Winter

ST. JOSEPH'S ENGLISH COLLEGE.

聖若瑟英文書院

Sing Yeuk-sut Ying-mun Shu-yum. Glenealy, Caine Road.

. Director-Rev. Brother Cyprian

Teachers-Bros. Bernard, Authony, Ed-

mund, A-lolphus, John, Julian, Benedict 210 Foreigu, and 40 Chinese pupils

WEST POINT REFORMATORY.

西營盤養正院

Si-ying-poon-yeung-ching-yuen.

Director-Brother Basilasse

Assistant-Brother Louis

Do.

-Brother Peter

Number of boys, 88.

Clubs, Societies, Institutions, &c.

HONGKONG CLUB.

新公司

San kung-sz.

Committee-Hon. F. B. Johnsor, Hon. P. Ryrie, W. H. F. Darby, A. Coxon, H. J. H. Tripp, T. G. Williamson, J. Grant, W. Hynes, Dr. Ayres, H. Foss, John MacGregor, W. H. Ray Secretary-Edward Beart

CLUB GERMANIA, WYNDHAM Street.

大普國公司

Ti-po-kwok-kung-sz.

Committee-H. Hoppius, M. Grote, R.

Schultz, G. Wieler, J. Lauts Secretary-F. W. G. von Stöethausen

LUSITANO CLUB, Shelley Street.

Officers for 1882.

President-M. C. do Rozario

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Committee-J. P. da Costa, hon. sec., C.

Danenberg, hon. treas., J. L. S. Alves Ant. dos Remedios

Finance Committee-J. A. dos Remedios, P.

A. da Costa

Auditors-A. F. Alves, A. A. dos Remedios Clerk-T. da Cruz

CATHOLIC CERCLE.

Corner of Wellington Street and Pottinger Street.

President-A. da Silveira

Vice Presidents-M. A. da Silva, J. G. da

Rocha

Secretary E. P. Sequeira

Treasurer-V. Alonço

Chaplain-Father G. Burghignoli

Clerk-J. Britto

Librarian-J. M. G. Pereira

Director of Music-R. Pinto

PARSEE CHurch or CLUB HOUSE. No. 11, Shelley Street.

Trustees-D. Ruttunjee, H. M. Mehta, Sorabjee, M. Metta, and F. H. Arjànee (Hon. Sec.)

UNITED Club.

Staunton St, opposite Union Church. Secretary-Fred. Rickards

WANCHAI CLUB.

Proprietor-J. D. Woodford President--J. Goodwin

Hon. Secretary-H. L. Stringer

BIBLIOTHECA LUSITANA.

President-L. F. de Carvalho

Secretary-J. M. V. de Figueiredo

Treasurer―J. M. dos Remedios

Librarians-M. A. Carvalho, J. A. da Luz Revisores A. F. Alves, A. F. dos Remedios Clerk-F. J. da Silveira

HONGKONG HUMANE SOCIETY. Committee-Hon. P. Ryrie, Jas. Sampson, Dr. Stockwell, N. J. Ede, J. Cook, Geo. A. Caldwell, J. R. White, T. R. Fisher, T. M. Leatherbarrow President-Hon. P. Ryrie

General Superintendent―Jas. Sampson Foreman, East Station-Jas. Sampson

do. Central do. -T. M. Leatherbarrow do. West do. -J. R. White

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  Hon. Secretary-T. R. Fisber Hon. Treasurer-G. A. Caldwell

Hon. Surgeon-Dr. Stockwell

STATIONS.

Head Quarters-Duddell Street

HONGKONG-CLUBS &c.

East-Hongkong Pier and Godown

Central-Douglas Wharf

West-Sailors' Home

集會館

Chop-wue-kwoon.

HONGKONG TEMPERANCE HALL, Fletcher's Buildings, Queen's Road. Committee-H. E. Braddon, D. R. Craw-

ford, H. W. Davis, G. R. Lammert Hon. Treasurer-H. W. Davis Hon. Secretary-D. R. Crawford Manager-E. Shillibeer

INDEPENDENT Order of GOOD TEMPLARS.

Working under the jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of England. (Fletcher's Buildings, Queen's Road East.) Hongkong Lodge, Naval District No. 1,

Thursday evenings, 7 o'clock

Victoria Lodge, No. 3, Tuesday evenings,

7 o'clock

Inniskilling Lodge, Monday evenings, 7

o'clock

HONGKONG CRICKET CLUB.

香港打波公司

Heung kong ta-po-kung-sz.

President-A. C'oxon

Honorary Vice-President-H. B. Gibb

Committee-Lieut. Charley, R.I.F., W. H.

 F. Darby, W. M. Deane, H. de C. Forbes, H. Foss, Lieut.-Col. Papillon,

R.E.

Hon. Sec. and Treasurer-W. Hynes

       HONGKONG Yacht CluB. Committee-W. H. Forbes (Commodore), H. Dickie, H. J. H. Tripp, E. Beart (Hon. Sec. and Treasurer)

VICTORIA RECREATION CLUB. President-H. E. Sir J. P. Hennessy,

K.C.M.G.

Committee-T. Jackson (chairman), E.

Beart, W. Hynes, C. Clouth, J. A. Bennett, H. J. H. Tripp

Hon. Treasurer- H. M. Bevis Hon. Secretary- R. K. Leigh

HONGKONG CHORAL SOCIETY.

香港唱詩會

Heung kong Cheong-shee-wui.

Meets in the Drawing Room, City Hall.

President--G. E. March

Hon. Treasurer-A. P. Stokes

Hon. Secretary-R. L. Symes

Committee-A. Coxon, H. de C. Forbes,

T. G. Williamson

AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB.

Committee-A. Coxon, C. C. Cohen, H. de C. Forbes, A. P. Stokes, T. G. William-

son

Hon. Sec. and Treasurer-H. J. H. Tripp

RACQUET COURT CLUB. Committee W. Hynes, H. Foss, E. F.

Alford, W. H. F. Darby Hon. Sec. and Treasurer-H. J. H. Tripp

HONGKONG HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Committee-J. M. Armstrong (chairman),

W. M. B. Arthur, C. P. Chater, J. H.. Cox, H. Dickie, E. George, H. J. Hol- mes, W. K. Hughes, A. G. Romano, A. E. Vaucher, E. L. Woodin

Hon. Secretary-C. Ford

CITY HALL.

大會堂

Ti Vi-tow.

Committee-Hon. F. B. Johnson, chairman; F. D. Sassoon, D. Ruttunjee, H. Hop- pius, H. de C. Forbes, H. L. Dalrymple, W. H. F. Darby, A. P. MacEwen

Ser., Lib., & Curator- H. L. Dennys (abs't)

Acting do. -W. H. R. Mossop

Chinese Clerk-Lau-a-yan

SAILORS' HOME.

西營盤水手館

Sai-ying p on-shui-shou-kwoon.

West Point.

Trustees-Hon. W. Keswick, W. H.

Forbes, H. G. Thomsett, R.N.

Directors-W. H. F. Darby, John Mac- gregor, A. P. McEwen, H. L. Dalrymple, A. McIver, F. D. Sassoon, J. H. Scott Chaplain-Rev. Chas. Gill ert Booth, B.A. Hon. Secretary--H. G. Thomsett, R.N. Treasurers-Oriental Bank Steward J. R. White Assistant-J. Keller

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HONGKONG-MASONIC LODGES-

HONGKONG GENERAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

Rooms and Secretary's Office, City Hall. Chairman-Hon. W. Keswick (absent) Vice-Chairman-Ho". P. Ryrie Committee-Hon. F. B. Joh son, Hon. E. R. Belilios, H. L. Dalrymple, Chas. Kahn, H. Hoppius, L. Poesnecker, T. Jackson, A. P. MacEwen Secretary-Ed. George

Masonic Lodges.

DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF HONGKONG. AND SOUTH CHINA.

雍仁會館

Yung-yan-wui kwoon.

D. D. G. M.-W. Bro. C. P. Chater

D.G.S. W.-W. Bro. J. T. Chater

    D. G. J. W.-W. Bro. W. M. Deano D. G. Chaplain-Bro. Rev. C. G. Boo h D. G. Treasurer-W. Bro. H. Smith D. G. Registrar-W. Bro. W. M. B. Arthur D. G. Pres. B. G. P.-W. Bro. L. Mallory D. G. Secretary-Bro. P. A. da Costa D. G. S. D.-Wor. Bro. A. W. Bain D. G. J. D.-Bro. T. Gi tins

D. G. Sup. of Works-W. Bro. W. Danby D. G. D. of Cere.-W. Bro. C. L. Gorham D. G.A D.C.-W. Br. B. Nicholla, Amoy D. G. S. B.-Bro. J. Win rum D. G. Organist-Bro. E. Cope

D. G. Pursuivant―Bro. G. A. Corder D. G. Asst. do.-Bro. W. K. Hughes D. G. Steward-Bro. P. B. C. Ayres

    D. G. D. G.

do.

-Bro. W. H. Ray

do.

-Bro. J. Beattie

D. G. D. G.

do.

-Bro. S R. N ate

do.

D. G. do.

-Bro. C. O. Kopp, Amoy

-Br. E Herbst

D. G. Tyler-J. R. Grimble

EOTHEN MARK LODGE OF HONGKONG,

No. 264.

W. M.-J. T. Chater

S. W.-L. Mallory

J. W.-W. K. Hughes Master Overseer-T. I. Rose Senior do. E. Cope Junior do. -E. Georg Chaplain-Rev. C. G. Booth Treasurer-R. H. Coombs Registrar of Marks- Secretary-P. Jordan

S. D.-E. B. J.rey

J. D.-T. G. Williamson

Director of Ceremonies-A. N. E. Judah

Organist-Wright

I. G.-C. L. Balfour Steward-W. Gaskell Tyler J. R. Grimble

VICTORIA PRECEPTORY.

E. Preceptor-E. Sir Kuight E. C. Ray Constable-Sir Knight Marshal Sir Knight

Chaplain-Sir Knight

Treasurer-Sir Knight P. A. da Costa

Registrar-Sir Knight

Sub-Marshal-Sir Knight

Captain of the Guard-

Almoner-

First Herald

Second Herald-

VICTORIA CHAPTER, No. 525.. E.C.

CATHAY CHAPTER, No. 1 165, M. E. Z.-Comp. E. C. Ray H.-Comp. H. Smith J. Comp. J. A. Mosely Scribe E.-Comp. A. Seth Scribe N.-Comp. W. Danby P. S.-Comp. W. K. Hughes 1st Asst. S-Comp. T. I. Rose 2nd Asst. S.--Comp. Ph. B. C. Ayres Treasure Comp. E. Cope Organist ---

Steward-Comp. A. N. Julah Janitor-Comp. J. R. Grimble

223.

THE ST. MARY MAGDALENE CHAPTER OF SOVEREIGN PRINCES, ROSE Croix of H.R.D.M.

M. W. Sovereign-W. S. Adams, M.D. High Prelate-E. C. Ray

First General-H. Smith

Second General-W. M. Deane Grand Marshal-W. Danby

haphael-L. Mallory

Captain of the Guard-- Dr. R. Young Treasurer-Dr. P. B. C. Ayres Recorder-W. K. Hughes

Almoner-J. K. Davis

Organist-W. Danby

Equerry-J. R. Grimble

UNITED. CHAPTER.

M. E. Z.-Comp. W. H. Addiscott H.-Comp. J Foating

J. Comp. May

Scribe E-Comp. J. Parker Scribe N

Comp. J. Windrum

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HONGKONG-ECCLESIASTICAL.

Treasurer-Comp. J. Brewster

do.

Pr. Sojourner-Comp. W. Windrum First Assist. Sojourner-Comp. R. F. Smith Second Assist.

             -Comp. S. Comb n Organist-Comp. W. Goulbourn Steward-Comp. J. Beattie Janitor-Comp. J. R. Grimble

ZETLAND LODGE, No. 525, late 768,, E.C. Worshipful Master-C. L. Gorham Senior Warden-S. R. Neate Junior Warden-J. Cradock Chaplain-

Treasurer-E. Herbst

  Secretary-W. M. B. Arthur Senior Deacon―J. McWatters Junior Deacon-G. C. Cox Inner Guard-A. M. Apcar Director of Ceremonies--L. Thevenin Steward-

Tyler-J. R. Grimble

VICTORIA LODGE, No. 1026., E.C. Worshipful Master-E. C. Ray Senior Warden-W. Kerfoot Hughes Junior do. -W. H. Ray Treasurer-A. D. MacTavish Secretary-P. Jordan

Senior Deacon-E. B. Jorey

Junior do. -T. G. Williamson Organist S. W. Wright

Inner Guard-L. C. Balfour

Director of Ceremonies-A. C. Marshall Steward-J. R. Germain Tyler-J. R. Grimble

PERSEVERANCE LODGE, No. 1165, E.C. Worshipful Master-W. Danby Senior Warden-P. B. C. Ayres Junior Warden-E. George Chaplain-Rev. C. G. Booth Treasurer-R. Lyall

Secretary-F. A. Hazeland

Senior Deacon-Paul Jordan

Junior Deacon-A. Woolley Organist J. S. Brewer

Inner Guard- A. N. E. Judah

Director of Cor.-E. Mackean Steward H. Matchitt

Tyler-J. R. Grimble

UNITED SERVICE LODGE, No. 1341., E.C. Worshiptul Master-J. Windrum Senior Warden-J. Parker

Junior Warden-Lieut. W. Windrum Treasurer-W. Goulbourn

Se relary-A. W. Richmond Senior Deacon-C. S. Barclay Junior Deacon―J. Robert-on Director of Ceremonies-H. J. Taylor Organist-H. Osborne Steward-W. Quincey

Inner Guard-H. L. Stringer Tyler-J. R. Grimble

ST. JOHN'S LODGE, No. 618, S.C. Right Worshipful Master-J. Christie Worshipful Senior Warden-T. M. Lea-

therbarrow

Worshipful Junior Warden-L. Wells Hon. Treasurer-J. Cook

Hon. Secretary-J. Livesay Senior Deacon-C. Sladen

Junior Deacon-A. Vanstome

Director of Ceremonies―L. Kirchman Inner Guard-D. Haisman Steward-A. Woblters

Tyler T. Partington

Churches, Missions, &c.

S. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL.

大禮拜堂

Tai Lai-pai Tong.

Bishop of the Diocese-Right Rev. J. S.

Burdon, D.D.

Colonial Chaplain-Rev. W. Jennings, M.A. Registrar of the Diocese-Edmund Sharp Organist-C. F. A. Sangster

Verger and Sexton-J. White

Trustees The Colonial Chaplain, chair- man ex officio; Hon. F. Snowden, E. L. O'Malley, A. Lister, A. P. MacEwen, T. Jackson, H. G. Thomsett, R.N.

Hon. Sec. & Treasurer-A. Lister

Auditors-Hon. M. S. Tonuochy, H. Smith

UNION CHURCH.

Staunton Street.

大石柱禮拜堂

Tai-shek-ch'u Lye-pai-tong.

Minister-Rev. John Colville

Trustees-Rev. Dr. Chalmers, G. Sharp, D. R. Crawford, H. W. Davis, J. Macgregor, N. J. Ede, D. Gillies Secretary to Committee of Management-

Alex. Falconer

Treasurer-H. W. Davis

Sittings may be obtained on application to J. Noble, Queen's Road Services--Sunday 11 a.m., and 5 p.m.

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225

傳福音會

Ch'ün-fuk-yam-ui.

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. John Browne Ost, C. M. House, West

Point

BRITISH AND Foreign BIBLE SOCIETY.

CORRESPONDING COMMITTEE.

Hon. Treasurer-H. W. Davis Hon. Secretary-Rev. J. B. Ost

RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY.

CORRESPONDING COMMITTEE.

Hon. Treasurer-H. W. Davis

Hon. Secretary-Rev. R. Lechler

聖士提反禮拜堂

Shing Sz-tai-fan Lai-pai-tong.

ST. STEPHEN'S MISSION CHURCH.

Native Minister-Rev. Lo Sam Yuen

Church Missionary-Rev. J. B. Ost

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY TRAINING

INSTITUTION.

Garden Road, West Point.

Rev. J. B. Ost

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. Wellington and Pottinger Streets. 羅馬天主教堂

Lo-ma-tien-chu-kau-t'ong.

Vicar Apostolic-Right Rev. T. John

Raimondi, D.D., Bishop of Acantho

Pro-Vicar Apostolic-Very Rev. G. Bur-

ghignoli

Missionaries-Rev. B. Vigano, Rev. A.

Piazzoli, A. Sasso, Rev. L. Reidnaar, G. Gallo

Native Priests--Revs. M. Leang, A. Leang,

S. Chu, J. Leang, M. Fou Organist.-R. Pinto

DOMINICAN PROCURATION FOR MISSIONS 10, Caine Road.

    Procurator-Rev. F. Fernando Sainz Vice Procurator-Rev. E. Torres

ASILE DE LA SAINTE ENfance. Queen's Road East.

Rev. Mother Paul de la Croix, supérieure Sisters Benoit Joseph, Ste. Agnes, Julitte, François de Borgia, Angéline, Augusta

BERLIN FOUNDLING HOSPITAL.

No. 1, High Street (West.)

西營盤育嬰堂

Sy-ying-poon-yuk-ying-tong.

BERLIN LADIES ASSOCIATION.

Acting Superintendent.-Rev. W. Louis,

Mrs. P. Klitzke

Miss Louise Brandt Miss L. Süss

Miss Fanny Schröder

RHENISH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev W. Louis (Fuk-wing; Hongkong

temp.)

Rev. W. Dietrich (Fuk-wing; Hongkong

temp.)

Rev. F. Hubrig (Canton)

Rev. C. Pritzsche (Longheu)

Rev. Chan Asi (Nambung)

西營盤客家禮拜堂

Sy-ying-poon hak-ka-lai-pai-tong. BASIL MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. R. Lechler (Hongkong)

Rev. C. G. Reusch do.

Rev. H. Bender (Chongtshun) Rev. R. Ott (Fuchukphai) Rev. T. Leonhardt do. Rev. J. Loercher (absent)

Rev. P. Kammerer (Khichung) Rev. M. Schaub (Lilong) Rev. G. Morgenroth do.

Rev. C. P. Piton

do.

Rev. A. Schulze

do.

Rev. H. Ziegler

Rev. G. A. Gussmann (Nyenhangli)

Rev. D. Schaible

do.

do.

倫敦傳教會

Lun-tun-ch in-kau-ui.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY,

Staunton and Aberdeen Street.

Rev. John Chalmers, M.A., LL.D. (absent) Rev. J. C. Edge

Miss Rowe (absent)

Miss Jackson

FRENCH PROCURATION OF THE MISSION

ETRANGERES DE PARIS.

Staunton Street.

傳教堂

Chün-kau-tong.

Rev. E. Lemonnier, procureur général

Rev. H. Chapuis, vice-procureur

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HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

SANATORIUM DES MISSIONS ETRANGERES

AT POKFULUM.

Rev. C. E. Patriat, superior

Public Companies.

PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL STEAM

NAVIGATION COMPANY.

鐵行火船公司

Tit-hong-fo-shun-kung-sze.

Superintendent A. McIver

Clerks-E. L. Woodin

A. Woolley

H. A. Ritchie

W. Parfitt E. P. Campos

E. Sapoorjee

J. Webster

Purser's department-J. P. Campos, L. P.

Campos

WEST POINT WHARF.

   Piermaster-J. A Ahlmann Assistant do-W. Hatherly Office Gunner-J. Lebury

STEAMER "MALACCA." Commander-H. Weighell Chief Officer-E. A. Weston Second Officer- A. G. Cubitt Third Officer-E. G. Andrews Boatswain-G. Palmer Chief Engineer-G. Inglis Second Engineer-D. McRitchie Third Engineer-B. Thomson Fourth Engineer-Ð. MeKitchine Steward in charge--C. G. Harding Storekeeper-W. Overton

STEAMER "SUNDA."

Commander-J. Recves Chief Officer--G C. Brookes Second Officer-G. C. Hemning Third Officer-W. A' el Chief Engineer-H. Hammett

Second Engineer-P. Donald

Third Engineer-Geo. Walker

Fourth Engineer-H. Osborne

Chief Steward-R. I. Webb

佛蘭西火船公司

Fat-lan-sai-fo-shun-koong-sze.

COMPAGNIE DES MESSĂGERIES

MARITIMES,

PAQUEBOTS POSTE FRANCAIS.

Praya Central.

Ayent-G. de Champeaux

Assistants-L. Hennequin

A. de Saavedra

Clerks-J. F. Tavares

C. Corveth

C. C. Corveth E. Loureiro

A. B. de Souza

Storekeeper-L. Collago

PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

Office, Queen's Road Central.

F. E. Foster, gl. agent for China and Japan

C. L. Gorham

E. M. da Silva

Lam Man

Poo Tong

AGENTS.

Singapore-Gilfillan, Wood & Co. Batavia-Dummler & Co.

Calcutta-Whitney Bros. & Co.

Manila-Peele, Hubbell & Co.

Amoy-Russell & Co.

OCCIDENTAL AND ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Office, Queen's Road Central. Agent-Chas. H. Haswell, Jr. Clerks-H. A. Jerome

A. M. R. Fereira

L. A. do Rozario J. M. dos Remedios

AGENTS.

Yokohama―G. B. Emory

Manila-Peele, Hubbell & Co.

Singapore-Gilfillan, Wood & Co.

Batavia-Duminler & Co.

Calcutta-Whitney Brothers & Co.

MITSU BISHI MAIL STEAMSHIP

COMPANY.

Office, 24, Praya Central.

H. J. H. Tripp, agent

A. Collaço

GLEN LINE OF STEAMERS. Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents

CASTLE LINE OF STEAMERS.

Adamson, Bell & Co., agents

OCEAN STEAM SHIP COMPANY.

Butterfield & Swire, agents

SHIRE LINE OF STEAMERS.

Adamson, Bell & Co., agents

UNION LINE OF STEAMERS. Russell & Co., ageuts

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HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

CHINA NAVIGATION CO., LIMITED

Butterfield & Swire, agents

STEAMER "ICHANG."

Captain-John Ogston

Chief Officer-Jas. Smith

  Chief Engineer-Jas. Christie Second Engineer- T. McCracken Purser-L. F. Grill

EASTERN & AUSTRALIAN STEAM. SHIP CO., LIMITED.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents

STEVENS & CO.'S LINE OF AUS- TRALIAN STEAMERS.

Geo, R. Stevens & Co., agents.

MARQUES DE CAMPO'S SPANISH ROYAL MAIL LINE.

Melch rs & Co., agents

R. RUBATTINO & CO.'S ITALIAN MAIL STEAMERS.

Carlowitz & Co., agents

GERMAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY

OF HAMBURG.

Ernst Behr, special agent

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN LLOYDS'

STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY.

Melchers & Co., agents

CHINA MERCHANTS' STEAM

NAVIGATION CO.

22 and 23, Praya West.

Cheong Luk U, manager

RUSSIAN VOLUNTEER FLEET,

Melchers & Co., agents

省港澳火船公司

Shing-kong-o-fo-shun kung-sze.

HONGKONG, CANTON & MACAO

STEAM-BOAT COMPANY,

LIMITED.

Directors.

Hon. F. R. Belilios, chairman, A. McIver,

W. Reiners, Hon. F. B. Johi son

Secretary-P. A. da Costa

Clerk-A. D. Machado

Agents at Canton-Deacon & Co.

do. at Macao-A. A. de Mello & Co.

RIVER STEAMERS. "K KIANG."

Captain-T. T. Benning

First Officer- !. Pugh

Chief Engineer-J. Harold

2nd do. -E. McGuinness Purser A. d'Azevedo "

"POWAN." Captain―A. G. Cary Chief Officer-W. E. Clark Chief Engineer-W. Craig 2nd do. -T. W. Brown Second Officer-J. Lawrance Purser A. A. da Rocha Assist. do. B. J. d'Aquina

"WHITE CLOUD." Captain--A. H. Benning Chief Officer-G. B. Lefavour Chief Engineer-D. Murphy

-

2nd. do. -J. H. Chesney Purser-D. A. d'Eça

富求 SPARK."

Captain-J. P. Hoyland

Chief Officer- M. J. Nunes Jr.

Engineer-0. Jackson -

WHARFINGERS.

Hongkong-J. d'Almeida

Macao-V. Nogueira

Canton-Chop Dollar

227

HONGKONG AND CHINA GAS

COMPANY, LIMITED.

West Point.

煤氣公司

Ani-hi-kung-sze.

Manager-A. Newton

Clerks V. Alonço

J. Alonço, Juur.

Foreman of Works-W. S. Bamsey

Foreman Fitting Depart.-John Thorpe

東部洲及澳斯利亞電報公司

Tung-po-chau-kup-o-sz-li-á-tin-po-kung-sz.

EASTERN EXTENSION, AUSTRA-

LASIA, AND CHINA TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.

Office, Marine House, Queen's Rad

Chief Office, 66, Old Broad Street, London, E.C.

Superintendent-J. Euston Squier

J. A. Gott, clief clerk

C. J. Uren

S. C. Jones

H. E. Augir

F. A. dos Remedios, Jr.

E. A. Cos Remedios

G. F. dos Remedios

R. dos Remedios

F. L. Pereira

F. J. Ribeiro

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電線行

HONGKONG-PUBLIC COMPANIES.

Tien-sin-hong.

GREAT NORTHERN TELEGRAPH COMPANY.

Office, Marine House, Queen's Road.

General Agent in China and Japan-George

J. Helland (Shanghai) Superintendent-A. Suenson

W. Manson

V. Hein-Hausen, electrician

J. Silva

F. Carvalho

H. J. Reed

J. C. Braga

REUTER'S TELEGRAM COMPANY,

LIMITED.

E. George, agent

香港黃埔船澳公司

Hong-kong-wong-po-shun-o-kung-sze.

HONGKONG AND WHAMPOÅ DOCK COMPANY, LIMITED. Head Office-14, Praya.

Directors -H. Hoppius, chairman, A. Mc Iver, vice-chairman, Ilon. F. B. John- son, A. T. Manger, W. Reiners, C. H. Haswell, Jr., H. de C. Forbes Secretary-D. Gillies (absent) Acting Secretary-R. Cooke Accountant-J. S. Nazer Book-keeper-L. Hauschild Clerk-M. de Souza

do. -M. A. A. de Souza

Engineer in Harbour A. G. Aitken

do.

-T. Kirkwood

ABERDEEN ESTABLISHMENT.

Superintendent H. Smith

Clerk-J. J. de Jesus

KOWLOON ESTABLISHMENT.

Superintendent―J. G. Liddell

Foreman Engineer-J. W. Crocker Assistant Engineer- A. Wagner Foreman Moulder-A. G. Gordon Foreman Boilermaker-J. Stevens

Foreman Shipwrights-A., Young, Carl

Lange, J. Smith

Clerks--J. V. de Jesu, M. A. Gomes

COSMOPOLITAN DOCKS.

Superintendent-W. L. Scott

Foreman Engineer-G. F. Pinker

Foreman Boilermaker-T. Anderson

Foreman Shipwright-A. McColl Clerk-J. M. de Jesus

do. -J. Neves

STEAM TUG "FAME."

117 tons, 110 Horse Power nominal.

Captain-A. Stopani

STEAM TUG "PILOT FISH."

Captain-A. Stopani

TAKASIMA COLLIERY, NAGASAKI. Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents

NEWCASTLE COAL MINING COM- PANY, LIMITED.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents

IMPERIAL MIIKE COAL MINE.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisba, agents

香港客店公司

Hong-kong-hak-tim-kung-sze.

HONGKONG HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED.

Directors-Hon. E. R. Belilios (chairman),

W. Riners, Hon. P. Ryrie, H. Hoppius Secretary-Louis Hauschild

WANCHAI GODOWN COMPANY.

Hughes & Legge, agents

中華火車糖局

Chung-wah Fo-cheh Tong-kook.

CHINA SUGAR REFINING COM-

PANY, LIMITED.

East Point

Jardine, Matheson & Co., general agents

H. Dickie, manager (absent)

H. Hyndman, East Point Refinery

A. Rodger

do.

G. Ferguson

do.

J. Fletcher

do.

D. McLellan

do.

J. Gourley

do.

W. Davidson

do.

J. McGregor

do.

G. R. Stewart

do.

J. Lawrence

do.

A. C. More

do.

W. Lapsley

do.

D. Machaffie

do.

D. McRae

do.

E. Hyndman

do.

T. Heard

do.

T. Kerr

do.

G. McIntosh

do.

E. E. da Silva

do.

P. Plage

do.

J. Dickie, Wanchai Refinery

HONGKONG AND CHINA BAKERY

COMPANY, LIMITED.

General Managers-Lane, Crawford & Co

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229

香港雪廠

Heung kong snet-chong,

HONGKONG ICE COMPANY,

LIMITED.

London and Lancashire Fire Insur-

rance Company

Canton Insurance Office-

Works, East Point; Depôt, Ice House St.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., general

managers

Wm. N. Bain, manager

Geo. Allan

Wm. Scott

Insurances.

-Adamson, Bell & Co., agents-

Merchants' Marine Insurance Co.,

Limited, of London

South Australian Insurance Co.,

Limited, of Adelaide Mercantile Marine Insurance Co.,

of South Australia

Pacific Fire and Marine Insurance

Co., of Sydney

Australian Alliance Assurance Co. London and Staffordshire Fire In-

surance Co., Limited

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., agents-

Lancashire Insurance Company, Fire

and Life

Java Sea & Fire Insurance Company National Marine Insurance Company

of South Australia

 New York Board of Underwriters Record of American and Foreign

Shipping

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents

Carlowitz & Co., agents―

Allgemeine Versicherungs Gesell-

schaft für See, Fluss, und Land-

transport, in Dresden

Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co.

中華火燭保險行

Chung-wa-fo-chuk po him hong. [股份各伴自理]

China Fire Insurance Company, Limited,

Office-39, Queen's Road Directors-Hon. P. Ryrie, chairman, H. Hoppius, A. McIver, H. L. Dalrymple, H. de C. Forbes, W. H. F. Darby Secretary―J. B. Coughtrie (absent) Acting Secretary-A. G. Stokes Assistant-A. Ö. Gutierrez

Agents.

Messrs. Deacon & Co.

Bradley & Co.

Elles & Co.

Davidson & Co.

Canton,

Swatow,

""

Amoy,

""

Foochow,

"

Gibb, Livingston & Co.

Ningpo,

""

Shanghai,

""

Kiukiang,

Gibb, Livingston & Co. Robt. Anderson & Co.

""

Hankow,

"

Chefoo,

""

Nagasaki,

Yokohama,

""

Hiogo,

Saigon,

Birley & Co., agents-

Singapore,

""

Union Marine Insurance Company,

Limited, Liverpool

Penang,

""

Manila,

""

Le Cercle Transports

Société Anonyme Assurances Mari-

times, Marseilles

Fortuna Allgemeine Versicherungs

Gesellschaft of Berlin

""

Guardian Fire Assurance Company

of London

Norwich Union Fire Insurance So-

ciety, England

Manchester Und writers' Association

Borneo Company Limited, agents-

Commercial Union Assurance Com-

pany, Fire Branch

Butterfield & Swire, agents-

British and Foreign Marine Insur-

ance Company, Limited Royal Exchange Assurance Corpora-

tion of London

Jerdein & Co.

Fergusson & Co. Hunt & Co.

Mourilyan, Heimann

& Co.

Browne & Co. W. G. Hale & Co.

Gilfillan, Wood & Co.

A. A. Anthony & Co.

Peele, Hubbell & Co.

中外衆國保險公司

Chung-ngoi-chung-kwok-po him-lung-sze.

China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited, 48, Queen's Road

Directors-A. McIver, (chairman), M. E.

Sassoon, L. Poesnecker, B. Schmacker, J. Thurburn

Secretary-W. H. Ray

Clerks A. S. Garfit, W. M. Nöel, O. A.

da Cruz

Shangbai Agency. Acting-J. E. Reding (absent) Acting Agent-B. Goldsmith Clerks E. Essex, R. Botelho

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London Branch.

Manager-W. Schmidt

HONGKONG-INSURANCES.

Agents for London and Provincial

Marine Insurance Co, Limited

The Chinese Insurance Company, (Ld.) Directors-Wm. Reiners, Hon. E. R. Beli- lios, T. G. W: damson, Geo. O. Scott, Lee Tuck Cheong, Fung Tang Secretary-J. Braze Smith Clerks

A. O' D. G、 11, F. de S. Botel- ho, J. M. Carvalho

Agents.

Amoy, Messrs. H. A. Petersen & Co.

Windsor, Redlich & Co.

Bangkok,

""

Batavia,

""

Bombay,

The Borneo Co., Limited. Sir Charles Forbes & Co.

"

Calcutta,

Ernsthausen & Oesterley

""

Canton, E. A. Raven, Esq.

Cebu, Messrs. Smith, Bell & Co.

Fergusson & Co. Delmege, Reid & Co. Adamson, Bell & Co. Delmege, Reid & Co.

Chefoo,

"

Colombo, Foochow,

""

""

Golle,

""

Hamburg,

Emil F. Mever & Co.

"

Hankow,

29

Evans, Pugh & Co.

Hiogo, E. B. Watson, Esq. Iloilo, Messrs. Smith, Bell & Co. Kiukiang,

Robt. Anderson & Co. Kurrachee, T. L. F. Beaumont, Esq. London, D. McLaurin, Esq., Acting Agent. Macao, Messrs. Margesson & Co.

Macassar,

Manchester, W. S. Gladstone & Co.

Fechwang, Bush Brothers.

Bauermann & Co.

""

"}

Manila,

""

Smith, Bell & Co.

Nagasaki,

""

Holme, Ringer & Co.

""

Stagpo,

Coit & Co.

""

Perang,

Sandilands, Buttery & Co.

"

Saigon,

""

F. Engler & Co.

Samarang,

McNeill & Co.

""

San Francisco,,

Degener & Co.

Shanghai,

Melchers & Co.

""

Singapore,

Guthrie & Co.

""

Sourabaya,

""

Swatow,

Fraser, Eaton & Co. Dircks & Co.

""

Takao & Taiwan,, Boyd & Co.

Tamsui,

Tientsin,

""

Boyd & Co.

Hatch & Co.

"

Wladivostock, Kunst & Albers Yokohama, E. B. Watson, Esq.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., agents-

Imperial Fire Insurance Company Reliance Marine Insurance Company Commercial Union Assurance Com-

pany (Life department)

Gilmau & Co., agents-

Lloyds'

North British and Mercantile Fire

Insurance Company

Universal Marine Insurance Com-

pany of Loudon, Limited Liverpool Underwriters' Association The Underwriting and Agency As-

sociation

Manuh im Insurance Co., Limited Merchants Shipping and Under-

writers' Association of Melbourne Underwriters' Union of Amsterdam Ocean Marine Insurance Co. "Italia," Societa d'Assicurazoni Maritime Fluviati e Terrestri, Geneva

Royal Exchange Assurance Comité des Assureurs, Paris

Union Malonine et Servannaise, St.

Malo

Compagnia Assicurazione Generali

in Trieste

Holliday, Wise & Co., agents-

Manchester Fire Insurance Company London Assurance Corporation Fire,

Marine, and Life

Hongkong Fire Insurance Co., Limited

Jardine, Matheson & Co., general

agents

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents-

Triton Insurance Company

Alliance Marine Assurance Office Alliance Fire Assurance Office

Lapraik & Co., Douglas, agents-

Phoenix Fire Insurance Company Liverpool and London and Globe In-

surance Company

Linstead & Davis, agents-

Sun Fire Insurance Company Standard Life Assurance Company* Boston Board of Marine Underwriters Universal Life Assurance Society

Man On Insurance Co., Limited

Woo Lin Yuen, secre ary

McIver, A., (P. & O. S. N. Co.), agent-

Marine Insurance Company

Melchers & Co., agents-

Austrian Insurance Co., "Donau" of

Vienna

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HONGKONG-INSURANCES.

North German Fire Insurance Com-

pany, Hamburg

Royal Insurance Co., Fire and Life La Neuchateloise Société

d'Assurance of Nenchatel Transport Versicherungs Gesellschaft

"Schweiz" in Zürich

Basler Transport Versicherungs Ge-

sellschaft

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Agents.

Won Ching Wan, Esq,

Mr. Wang Lee

Song Mch & Co.

Amoy Bangkok

Suisse

Batavia

Thio Tiauw Siat, Esq.

Bombay Calcutta

Yue Lun Ching

Callao

Canton..

Chefoo

Chinkiang

Cooktown.

Foochow

Haiphong.

Hankow

Algemeine Versicherungs Gesell-

schaft, Helvetia

Rhenania Versicherungs Actien Ge-

sellschaft in Köln

Germanic Lloyds', Berlin

Meyer & Co., agents-

Scottish Imperial Insurance Com-

pany, Fire and Life

Swiss Llovd Transport Insurance

Company, of Winterthur

Prussian National Insurance Com-

Jany of Stettin

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, agents-

Tokio Marine Insurance Co., Limited

Mody & Co., N., agents -

Bombay Mody Insurance Company

Hoihor

Honolulu

Hiogo (Japan). Kinkiang Manila.

Melbourne

Nayasaki (Japan).

Newchwany.

Ningpo

Pakhoi.

Penang

Rangoon

Mus: & Co., D., agents-

Saghalien..

Saigon

Mutua Sorrentina Association

Samarang

San Francisco.......

>

Cassa Marittima di Napoli

Registro Italiano

那千拿公司

No-chin-na-kung-sze.

North China Insurance Company, Queen's

Road

J. Kennard Davis, agent

A. F. J. Soares

Agents for Commercial Union As-

surance Co., (Marine department)

Norton & Co., agents-

Queen Fire Insurance Company of

Liverpool

Nott, Wm., agent-

San Francisco Board of Underwriters

香港安泰保險有限公司

On Tai Po Him You-han Kung-sz.

On Tai Insurance Company, Limited,

Head Office, 8 & 9, Praya West

Directors-Lee Sing, Tsz Kai Tung, Lo

Ycoh Moon Manager-Ho Amei

Shanghai

Singapore.

Sourabaya

| Swatow

Wing On Cheong loo Yuen Ching Chan r. Chan 'U Ting,-0. M. N. Co. .W: 5 Hop Tai Hồng

Kwong Yee Yuen Kaw Hong Take & Co, Kwan Hock Chow, Esq. Cheong Fat Yuen Fuk Shing Honz

Mr.

Kwong Kwai

Yu Lung

Tong Sing Kwan, E-1, Domingo Avala Vy

Quince, Esq.

Lowe Kong Meng, Esq,

Kwong Yü Lung Mr. Liú U Hing Yuen Shang Cheong

Messrs. Ching Tai

Foo Tye Sin, Esq. Mr. Kho Mab Teong Kat Ceong Hong Tan Keng Ho, Esq. Lun Soo Leong, Esq. Wan Yuen Long Kee

& Co.

Cheong Fat Yuer, and Lee Keng Yanu, Esq. Lim Tiang Wab, Esq, Tong Hing Kok, Esq. Mr. Chung Kim Hing

Taiwan & Takao.....Mei Kce Hong Tientsin

Yokohama

Cheong Fat Yuen

Chan Yuek Chee, Esq.

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association of

Shanghai

Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Co.

Sander & Co., agents-

Hamburg-Magdeburg Fire Insurance

Company

Schellhass & Co., Ed., agents- Bremen Underwriters

Transatlantic Marine

Insurance

Company, Limited, Berlin

Hanseatic Fire Insurance Company,

Hamburg

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HONGKONG-BANKS.

Magdeburg General Insurance Com- pany, Limited, Magdeburg Guernsey Mutual Insurance Society,

for Shipping

Providentia Insurance Co., Frankfort Lübeck Fire Insurance Co., Lübeck Consolidated Marine Insurance Com.

panies

"Rhenania" Versicherungs Actien

Gesellschaft, Coeln

Siemssen & Co., agents-

Globe Marine Insurance Company of

London, Limited

The Transatlantic Fire Insurance

Company of Hamburg

The Union of Hamburg Underwriters Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company of Samarang

The Dusseldorf Universal Marine In- surance Company, Limited, Dus- seldorf

Cerman Lloyd Marine Insurance

Company, Limited, Berlin

De Private Assurandeuzer, Kjoben-

havn

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance Co.

Stevens & Co., Geo. R., agents

South British Fire and Marine In-

surance Co., of New Zealand City of London Fire Insurance Com-

pany, Limited

Turner & Co., agents―

Netherlands India Sea and Fire In-

surance Company

Northern Assurance Company, Fire

and Life

於仁洋面保安行

Yu-yan-yung-min-po-on-hong.

Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ped-

dar's Wharf

Secretary―N. J. Ede (absent) Acting Secretary-Douglas Jones Clerks-A. da Silveira

A. J. Easton

F. dos Remedios

M. de Souza

V. de Souza

H. de Carvalho

Agents for the Home and Colonial

Marine Insurance Co., Limited

Vogel & Co., agents-

Standard Fire Insurance Co., London Fire Insurance Association, Limited

Banks.

Agra Bank, Limited

Gilman & Co., agents, Hongkong

渣打銀行

Cha-ta-ngan-hong.

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and

China, Queen's Road

Draws on the Head Office, on the City Bank, on the National Bank of Scotland, London, and on the Agencies and Branches at Bombay, Calcutta, Colombo, Akyal, Rangoon, Singapore, Penang, Manila, Batavia, Sourabaya, Shanghai, Hankew, Foochow, Yokohama, and on agents on the Continent, in Australia and America

William Forrest, manager

A. J. M. Inverarity, acct. (Foochow) A. C. Marshall, sub-accountant

James Hay

do.

W. F. Falcover

do.

L. d'A. Roza

J. M. Rozario I. A. d'Ale C. A. da Silva J. Figueiredo J. Remedios J. E. Gomes

M. W. Boyd, manager, Shanghai R. S. Smith, sub-accountant do. J. Macmorran, do. P. W. Mein, agent,

do. Manila

F. W. Marshall, sub-acct.

do.

W. Letchford,

do.

do.

W. H. Young,

do.

do.

J. A. Barretto

do.

R. T. Heras

do.

E. G. Moberly, act. agent, Yokohama

有利銀行

Yow-le-ngan-hong.

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, Lon-

don, and China, Queen's Road Draws on the Bank of England and the London Joint Stock Bank, London; and on Branches and Agencies at London, Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Rangoon, Ceylon, Penang, Singapore, Batavia, Sourabaya, Shanghai, Yokohama, Foo. chow, Amoy, Manila

J. Thurburn, manager

S. M. Monro, accountant (Foochow) R. L. Symes sub do. M. A. da Silva

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E. Pereira

R. Remedios

F. M. V. Ribeiro

W. S. Robilliard, manager (Shanghai)

Geo. Wilson, accountant

J. E. Rozario

J. F. Pereira

H. M. Bevis, actccot. (Shanghai)

P. W. Anton

R. Wilson

do.

do.

David Jackson

do.

do.

G. H. Townsend

do.

do.

G. M. Byres

do.

do.

H. Hewat

do.

J. C. Nicholson

do.

T. J. Wright

do.

A. J. Diniz

do.

D. M. Guterres

do.

B. de Souza

do.

S. J. Rangel

do.

B. Ruttonjee

do.

L. C. Masfen, manager (Yokohama) C. Cottell, sub-accountant do. Boyd & Co., agents (Amoy) Purdon & Co., agents (Foochow)

Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris

at Russell & Co.'s Office

C. Gauthier, acting agent

Deutsche Nationalbank at Bremen

Melchers & Co., agents

First National Bank of Tokio

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, agents

香港上海銀行

Hong-kong Shang-hai Ngan-hong.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor-

poration, No. 1, Queen's Road

Draws on the London and County Bank, and on its own Branches and Agencies in London, Lyons, Shanghai, Tientsin, Yokohama, Hiogo, Bombay, Calcutta, Singapore, Bangkok, Saigon, Manila, Foochow, Amoy, Swatow, Ningpo, Han- kow, San Francisco, New York, Mel- bourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Tasmania &c.

Thomas Jackson, chief manager H. Smith, chief accountant A. E. Cope, sub-accountant J. F. Broadbent

J. D. Woodford

L. C. Balfour

H. R. Coombs A. D. Mactavish W. H. Gaskell J. Moffat

J. T. K. Page C. J. Gonsalves A. Jorge P. Jordan F. M. da Luz

John Walter, manager (Yokohama)

A. H. C. Haselwood, accountant do.

E. J. Pereira

A. H. Dare

do.

do.

R. N. St. John

do.

W. B. Thompson

do.

G. Gower Robinson

do.

P. F Cameron

do.

H. I. Vacher

do.

do.

do.

do.

A. F'. Gordo

G. F. Gordo

Watanabe

A. Leith, agent A. W. Maitland J. M. Grigor, agent G. W. Butt W. G. Greig, agent F. de Bovis, agent E. Morriss, agent

(Foochow) do. (Hiogo) do.

(Hankow)

(Tientsin)

(Calcutta)

do.

do.

G. G. Noble, agent

(Bombay)

J. P. Wade Gardner, acct.

do.

C. B. Rickett, acct. (absent)

E. H. Oxley, act. acct.

A. B. Anderson

J.G. Hodgson, agent (absent) (Amoy)

G. C. de St. Croix, act. agent do.

W. N. Dow

D. McLean, manager

W. Kaye, sub-manager

E. Morel, agent

-do.

(London)

do.

(Lyons)

(Manila)

John McNab, accountant

do.

J. S. Edger (absent)

do.

F. W. Barff

do.

C. J. Barnes, ageut

N. L. de Souza

A. A. Gutierrez

V. A. P. Collaço

E. D. Woodford

Ewen Cameron, manager (Shanghai)

A. Veitch, sub-manager

do.

G. R. Johnston (absent)

do.

W. H. Harries, agent (San Francisco)

M. M. Tompkins, accountant do.

R. H. Cook, agent

A. Perrin

(Saigon)

do.

J. J. Winton, act. agent (Singapore)

R. T. Permewan, act. acct. do.

D. B. Grant

do.

do.

A. M. Townsend, agent (New York) H. Moore, accountant

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

National Bank of India, Limited

Turner & Co., agents

National Bank of Scotland

Borneo Company, Limited, agents

金寶銀行

Kam-po-ngan-hong.

Oriental Bank Corporation, Queen's Road. Draws on the Bank of England, Bank of Scotland, and Head Office, Thread- needle Street, London; and on Branches at Bombay, Calcutta, Ceylon, Ma- dras, Mauritius, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Shanghai, Yokohama, and Hiogo, The Corporation also issues circular notes and letters of credit, negotiable in all places of importance throughout the world.

G. O. Scott, acting manager Robert Innes, accountant, and acting

agent, Foochow

H. Howard la lor, actg, act. (absent) Alex. Wemyss, assis. acet. (absent) Ernest W. Rutter, ast. acc. & cashier J. Duncan Macintosh, assistant acct. F. J. Barros

L. J. Lopes

A. M. Remedi⋅ s

G. Lethbridge, (absent)

B. H. Burn, acting manager

(S'hai)

do.

Sir Wm. Johnston, accountant do.

John R. Haggilt, ast. acet. & cash. do.

J. L. Pereira

P. M. de Carvalho

L Cameron, agent

do.

do.

(Yokohama)

G. W. F. Playfir, acting acet. do. R T. Rohde, ast. act. & cash. do. H. A. Her ert,

E. Marques

do.

do.

do.

G. W. Th mpson, a t. agent (Hiogo)

D. Fraser, asst. accountant do.

Merchants, Professions, Trades, &c.

衣巴謙

E-pa-la-him.

Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co., merchants

and commission agents, lāc and l5D, Gave Street

Ablulka er Moosa hoy

Budroodin Moola Nooroodin Abdooltyeb Allimaliomed

Ab lool Kryoom Sumsoolin (Canton) Esoofally Bhaimeeya (Shanghai) Mahomedally Moola Cumroodin do.

Abdulcader Esmaljee, merchant, and commission agent, 24A, Gage Street

Abdoolhoosen Shaik Cumroodin

A. Shurufally

亞担士

A-tam-se.

Adams & Stockwell, medical practitioners, W. S. Adams, M.D., health officer of the Port, and medical inspector of

emigrants, Forest Lodge, Caine Road

Jas. Stockwell, L.R.C.P.E., L. R.C.S.E.

Grosvenor Villa, Caine Road ·

天祥

Teen-cheung.

Adamson, Bell & Co., merchants F. H. Bell (Shanghai)

C. Lyall Grant (absent) F. M. Youd (Sha: ghai)

T. G. Williamson A. A. Botelho

F. M. Pacheco

Yini the

A-le-ka.

Algar & Co., house agents and rent col-

lectors, 6, Queen's Road East

Geo. Stanfield

鴉佛先生

A-fut-sin-sang.

Alford, R. G., A-soc. M. Inst. C. E., sur-

veyor, &c., 12, Queen's Road Central

G. L. Tomlin, assistant

Pon-chu-on, draftsman

Anton, James Ross, bill and bullion bro-

ker, 2, College Gardens

鴉加行

Ap-ka-hong.

Apcar, A. M., merchant and commission

agent, 28, Hollywood Road

auc-

Armstrong, J. M, Government

tioneer and commission agent, No. 8, Queen's Road Central

J. M. Armstrong

V. dos Remedios

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瑞記洋行

Sui-kee-geungchong.

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., merchants,

Praya

Jacob Arnhold (London)

Peter Karberg

do.

L. Mendel (Shanghai)

L. Poesnecker

J. Kramer (Canton)

P. Arnhold

C. Beurmann (Shanghai)

J. Lamke

H. Müller (Canton)

R. Marten

A. Milsom (Shanghai)

G. Sachaü

G. D. Böning

C. P. Karberg

Max. Knobbe

A. Holst

E. da Cruz

L. de Britto

do.

Arnold, Thos., public accountant, 16,

Bank Buildings

亞士加以士麽

A-sze-ka E-sze-mo.

Asgar, H. A., & Hajee Esmail, merchants,

17, Gage Street

M. E. Asgar

H. M. S. Esmail

H. A. N. Sheerazi

B. A. Erange

Behre, Ernst, special agent for German Steamship Company of Hamburg, Ma-

rine House, 15, Queen's Road

庇里剌士

Pi-li-la-see.

Belilios, E. R., merchant, Lyndhurst

Terrace

E. R. Belilios

J. B. Elias

A. N. Judah

N. J. Gomes

A. G. B. Soares

Bhabha, S. B., ship-broker, Elgin Street

巴厘

Pa-lee.

Birley & Co., merchants, 29, Queen's Road

Arthur Smith (England)

Thomas Pyke

H. L. Dalrymple

do.

J. G. T. Hassell

A. B. da Roza F. T. P. Foster

A. R. Blandy

H. A. N. Smith M. M. da Roza

A. A. da Roza

K. D. Adamis (Canton)

Geo. Hales (Foochow)

# # Z

Pek-lik het.

Blackhead & Co., F., shipchandlers, sail-

makers, &c., Fraya Central

B. Schwarzkopf (absent)

J. H. Smith

F. H. Höhnke

F. Schwarzkopf

A. Wohlters

搬烏公司

Poon-niu-kung-sze.

Borneo Company, Limited, merchants

Queen's Road

Also of London, Manchester, Singapore,

Batavia, Sarawak, and Bangkok

H. Foss, manager

T. I. Rose, signs per pro

A. F. Ribeiro

TF 1/4 11 Po-to-ma.

Bowler, Thos. Ide, Chinese interpreter, broker and general commission agent, Club Chambers

Braddon, H. E., general broker; re-

sidence, Hongkong Hotel

Brandt & Co. C., shipwrights, West Point

C. Braudt

不釜呵

Ba-lan-da-o.

Brandão & Co., 29, Wellington Street

F. A. Gomes

J. B. Gomes, Jr.

A. J. Gomes

D. Alemão

庇里析師

Pi-li-ton-kap-Wot-ton-chon-7-RC.

Brereton & Wotton, solicitors, con-

veyancers, proctors, and notaries public,

29, Queen's Road

W. H. Brereton (absent)

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Wm. Wotton

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

V. H. Deacon, solicitor

W. L. Thurgood, solicitor D. E. Caldwell

M. d'Azevedo

F. Remedios

C. J. Lopes A. Silva

C. A. Santos

S. J. Santos

Tsang Kam Chiu, interpreter Sin Hon,

do.

磅郎尊士

Pong-long-chun-82,

Brown, Jones & Co., undertakers, 6,

Queen's Road East

Geo. Stainfield

太古

Tai-koo.

Butterfield and Swire, merchants, Queen's

Road

J. S. Swire (England)

W. Lang (Shanghai)

J. H. Scott

do.

F. R. Gamwell (England)

E. Mackintosh

J. A. Blogg

H. Matchitt

W. Poate

J. Hazeland

J. Andrew (Swatow)

L. Grunauer

do.

James Dodds (Yokohama)

E. J. Geoghegan do. do.

E. Walker

Buroo, Meajan, S. L. "Morning Star"

Byramjee, Bomonjee, broker, 2, Old Bailey

Cairns, R. H., surveyor to Lloyds' Regis-

ter, and for Local Insurance offices, 14, Praya

R. H. Cairns (absent)

E. Burnie

I. A. Xavier

加路威士

Ka-lo-wit-se.

Carlowitz & Co., merchants, 15, Praya

Central

R. von Carlowitz (Germany)

W. Post (absent)

C. Erdmann

B. Schmacker

Alf. Krauss (Shanghai)

Max Paquin, signs per pro.

H. Janus

M. Scharrer

C. Rümelin

B. A. da Cruz

C. von Bose (Canton)

Theo. Ruff

do.

P. Sachse

do.

R. Jærgens (Shanghai)

P. Blesky

do.

do.

C. S. Barff

A. Shepherd

A. P. Pereira

F. B. Aubert

(Shanghai)

J. C. Bois

do.

W. J. Robinson

do.

A. Burrows

do.

H. B. Endicott

do.

James Hall

do.

J. L. Brown

do.

E. Tomlin

do.

H. Smith

do.

D. Nesbitt

do.

E. B. Dowley

do.

T. Ford

do.

J. B. Fonseca

do.

A. L. Noronha

do.

-H. R. Smith (Foochow) (absent)

J. S. Burls

do.

H. Baker

do.

G. Martin

do.

A. Holm

Chas. Lafrentz do.

加心杯

Ka-sum-bhoy.

Cassumbhoy, Ebrahim, furniture ware-

bouse, 9, 11, 12, 13 and 14, Beaconsfield

Arcade

Ebrahim Cassumbhoy

Sharalee E. Cassumbhoy

巴倫治

Pa-lun-jee.

Cawasjee Pallanjee & Co., merchants

Hormusjee Cooverjee

Eduljee Cawasjee (Pallanjee)

Sorabjee Maneckjee Metta R. Cursetjee Vania

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渣爹路

Cha-se te-lo.

Chastel & Co., Ed., wine merchants and

   commission agents, Marine House, 15, Queen's Road

Ed. Chastel

察打

Chat-ta.

Chater, C. P., bill and bullion broker,

Bank Buildings

察打

Chat-ta.

Chater & Vernon, share and general

brokers, Bank Buildings

J. T. Chater

J. Y. V. Vernon

德臣印字館

Tuk-sun Yan-tzee koon.

"China Mail" Office, 2, Wyndham Street, behind the Club House. Overland China Mail, fortnightly for the home mail; China Mail, every evening except Sun- day; Chinese Mail, daily; China Review, once in two months

Geo. Murray Bain, editor and pro-

prietor

John Ogilvy, sub-editor and re-

porter

William Watt, reporter Thomas Marr,

do.

A. S. Souza, book-keeper

N. Sequeira, overseer

Chinese dept.-Tam Yik Kiu, manager

古律醫生

Kwoo-lot E-sang.

Clouth, Charles, M.D., medical practi-

tioner, "Boulder Lodge," 1, Castle Rd.

Cohen & Georg, share and general brokers

C. C. Cohen Erich Georg

Cohen, A. S., bill, bullion and general

broker, 36, Lyndhurst Terrace

Chinoy, A. H., merchant and commission

agent, 14▲, Graham Street

Ardaseer Hormusjee Chinoy

今孖素印字館

Kum-ma-sho-yun-tsz-koon.

"Commercial Printing Office," Wynd-

ham Street

J. A. da Luz

高吧洋行

Ko-pa-yeung-hong.

237

Cooper & Co., H. N., merchants and com-

mission agents, 3, Pottinger Street

H. N. Cooper

各臣

Kok-son.

Coxon, A., bill and bullion broker, Seymour

Terrace

Cursedjee Ookerjee Bhassania & Co., general merchants and commission agents, 12, Peel Street

Cursedjee Ookerjee Bhassania

Eduljee Jamsetjee Deeguria

Pestonjee Jamsadjee, broker

Sapoorjee Cowasjee Kudwa

Cawasjee Rustomjee

孖剌新聞紙館

Ma-la-san-mun-chi-koon.

"Daily Press" Office, Wyndham Street, Daily Press, English edition, published every morning; Chung Ngoi San Po, Chinese edition, with a market extra, every morning; China Overland Trade Report, published fortnightly, on the mornings of the departure of the Eng- lish Mail.

Y. J. Murrow (England), proprietor R. Chatterton Wilcox, lessee & editor

D. Warres Smith, manager Geo. C. Cox, sub-editor C. A. Cornish, reporter Kavasji Edulji, clerk

E. P. Sequeira, reader

Adelino A. V. Ribeiro, foreman Philippe da Luz, deputy foreman J. P. Rozario,

Alfredo Perpetuo,

John Ribeiro,

J. M. Sequeira,

O. Franco,

compositor

do.

do.

do.

do.

Lo Pik Shan, clerk and translator

CHINESE EDITION.

Ng Chan, general manager Ho Shap Chow, editor

Yip Kwai Wan, sub editor

Danby, W., civil engineer, architect and surveyor, 23, Queen's Roa Central

Wm. Danby, M. Inst. C. E.

Albert Denison

Isaac Hughes

Hans Gardthausen

Chan A Fook

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Chan A Sam

A. de Costa

Daver, Pestonjee Framjee, storekeeper, 4

Lyndhurst Terrace

發行

Hang-tye-hong.

Deetjen & Co., merchants, &c.

E. Deetjen (Bremen)

E. Burchard

Chas. J. Lafrentz

H. Sanders

W. Gerdes

M. E. S. Pereira

的件拿

De-kin-na.

Degenaer, F., merchant, Blue Buildings,

Wanchai

甸尼+石墨狀師

Tin-ni-sz-mo-sap Chony-sz.

Dennys and Mossop, solicitors, conveyan-

cers, proctors aud notaries public, 18,

Bank Buildings

H. L. Dennys

W. H. R. Mossop

O. Bapt.sta Ng-Ashing

Ng Tak Shang

Devjee, Rebmtoola, merchant and com-

mission agent, 24, P el Street

疏沙印字館

So-sha-yan-tze-koon.

De Souza & Co., printers, publishers, and

bookbinders, corner of Wellington and

d'Aguilar Streets

J. J. de Souza

H. C. Lübeck

S. Marçal

F. M. Franco

A. Perpetuo

M. Machado

A. Santos

F. Almario F. Rodrigues

F. de Souza

M. Sonça

Driscoll, T. N., tailor, hosier, hatter and

outfitter, Queen's Road

T. N. Driscoll

J. Keating

中社

Chung-vo.

Dunn, Melbye & Co., merchants, Praya

W. E. H. Dunn

E. Melbye

E. Helga Melbye

F. Shaughan

M. S. Lima

Eastlacke, W. C., D.D.S., dentist, 21,

Wyndham St.

Eastlacke, . Yardley, D.D.S., dentist, 21,

Wyndham St.

Eduljee, D., merchant, 12, Peel St.

Esmail & Co., Hajee Adum, merchants,

17, Hollywood Road

Omar Moladina, manager

Salaman Carrimmahomed

Essabboy, A. M., merchant and commis-

sion agent, 40, Cochrane Street

Essabhoy Abdoolkader Moola

Hyderally Ebrahim, manager (Y'ma)

Essabhoy Abdoolkyum Moola (S'pore)

Essabhoy Mottobhoy Moola (B'bay)

Essabboy Abdooltyab Moola (C'cutta)

Mahomedally

霍近拿

Fok-kun-na.

Falconer & Co., G., watch and chrono-

meter makers, jewellers, &c., Queen's

Road Central

I. B. Falconer (Scotland)

M. Falconer (America).

W. Ross

Matthew Falconer T. Sanderson

J. Muirhead

A. A. da Cruz

Fenwick, Morrison & Co., engineers, &c.,

Wanchai

Geo. Fenwick

Robt. Fyfe, engineer

H. Hyndman, Jr.

Fisher, Dr. J. Charles, medical practi-

tioner, Arbuthnot Road

Fournier & Co., Henry, merchants and general storekeepers, coruer D'Aguilar and Wellington Streets

H. Fournier

L. Chevalier (Marseilles)

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Framjee Hormusjee & Co., merchants,

No. 7, Hollywood Road

D. M. Mehta

H. M. Mehta

M. S. Mehta

 Dadabhoy Muncherjee F. Dorabjee

Shavuksbaw Dorabjee

Francis, John Joseph, barrister-at-law,

J.P., 16, Bank Buildings

Clerk-S. J. Gutierrez

佛蕾西藥房

Fat-lan-sai-yeuk-fong.

French Dispensary, 51E, Queen's Road

J. L. Britto, proprietor

J. J. d'Andrade

播咸鏢店

Po-wai-piu teem.

Gaupp & Co., Charles J., chronometer and

watchmakers and jewellers, Queen's Road

Chas. Gaupp (Europe)

J. Keiser

C. Heermann

P. Speidel

嘏勒醫生

Ka lack-e-sang.

Gerlach, C., M.D., medical practitioner,

1, Alexandra Terrace

公司

Kip kung see.

Gibb, Livingston & Co., merchants

H. B. Gibb (absent)

H. Lowcock do.

A. G. Wood (Shanghai)

A. McLeod

W. H. F. Darby

do.

C. S. Gooiwyn, Jr.

W. de St. Croix

H. P. Tennant (Foochow)

C. F. Ozorio

L. J. Ozorio

H. Clyma

do.

F. G. White (Shanghai)

H. W. Daniel

do.

C. S. Sharp

do.

B. Layton

do.

H. Sheppard

do.

E. Hatton, Jr.

do.

E. C. Ozorio

do.

太平行

Tai-ping Hong.

Gilman & Co., merchants, d'Aguilar St.

W. S. Young

W. Harton Jr. (Foochow)

A. McConachie

R. P. Dipple

J. A. da Costa

C. F. Harton (Foochow)

G. Slade

do.

Gomes, A. S., M.D., M.R.C.S., medical

practitioner, 25, Wyndham St.

Goolam Hoosein John Mahomed, merchant

and commission ageut, 3, Gage Street

Gulam Hoosein John Mahomed Azumbhoy Sirdarkhan, manager

Griffith & Co., D. K., London Aerated

Waters Manufactory and general agents,

7, Be consfield Arcade

D. K. Griffith

順利洋行

Sun-lee.

Grossmann & Co., merchants, 1, d'Aguilar

Street

C. F. Grossmann

G. A. Grossmann (absent)

R. Schultz

Guedes, F. D., wine merchant and com-

mission agent

Guedes, J. M., Junr., house and land

agent, and manager Meekce Godown

Company, Wellington St.

葛爹厘印字館

Kot te le-yin t>ze-koor.

Gutierrez, R. F., printer, 12, Wyndham

Street

啞蝦卑杯

A-ha be-by.

Habibbhoy, Ahmedbhoy, merchant, 32,

Lyndhurst Terrace

Ahmedbhoy Habbibhoy (Bombay)

N. Abdoolally, manager

A. Sewjeebhoy

哈鬼杯

Hap-bi-boy.

Habibbhoy, Rehemebhoy, merchant, 32,

Lyndhurst Terrace

R. Habibbhoy (Bombay)

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N. Abdooially, manager

A. Sewjeebhoy

蝦厘修整 ゙琴

Ha-li-sou-ching-yeung-kum.

Hahn, A., practical piano tuner and re-

 pairer, and teacher of dancing, Bea- consfield Arcade

Hajee Mahomed & Co., Persian merchants,

38, Lyndhurst Terrace

Hajee Aly Shirazee (Bombay) Hjee Mahoned Sadeck Shiraz Hajee Mahomed Esmal Shiraz

Hajee Abdool Currim D. R. Kotwal

Hajee Esmail Hajee Ahmed, merchant,

28, Peel St.

Hajee Abdoolla Noormahomed (Bom-

bay)

Hajee Esmail Hajee Ahmed

Abdoolkarim Allimahomed

Hajee Hamed Hajee Esack, merchant, 16,

Gage Street

Hajee Esack Ellias (Bombay)

Oosman Esmail, manager

Abdoola Kaderdma

Mossabhoy Sedick

亞之美渣馬也亞

Ah-jee-me-ja-ma-mud-ah-lee.

Hajee Meerza Mohmed Ally & Co., mer-

chants, Lyndhurst Terrace

Mahomed Ameen, manager

Hajee Meerza Abolcassim

Mahomed Hady

Mahomed Ally

Hancock, A., bill & bullion broker (absent)

Hancock, S., bill and bullion broker

華大

Wah-tai.

Harris, Goodwin & Co., merchants, 14,

Stanley St.

Feliz Goodwin (Birminghan)

Ezra Edmund Harris (London)

S. S. Lowe

Ernest Stamps (Shanghai)

T. Steanes

do.

Hayllar, T. C., Q.C., barrister-at-law; office,

over Hongkong Dispensary

希士公司

He-se-kung-see.

Hesse & Co., merchants, Peddar's Wharf

H. Stolterfoht

Chas J. Hirst

F. C. Dittmer

J. H. Leffmann

O. Wegener

開亞文哈士公司

Hoi-a-man-hop-sz-kung-sze.

Heuermann, Herbst & Co., shipchand- lers, sailmakers, provision merchants, and general storekeepers, 12a, Queen's Road (opposite Hongkong Hotel)

F. W. Heuermann

E. Herbst

蝦刺爹威士

Ha-la-te-wai-se.

Holliday, Wise & Co., merchants, Praya

John Holliday (Manchester)

C. W. Farbridge

J. F. Holliday

do.

do.

C. J. Holliday (Shanghai)

J. B. McCulloch (Manila)

A. P. MacEwen

C. W. Holliday J. C. Hughes Wm. Dunman

A. J. Vieira

S. A. de Souza

J. Beattie

(Shanghai)

J. W. L. Williamson do.

F. Anderson

L. Barretto

A. Rozario

A. Grundy

L. P. Andrews

H. Ashton

do.

do.

do.

(Manila)

do.

do.

R. Thistlethwaite do.

堪士

Hom-see.

Holmes, Ged., ship & general broker, &c.,

"Norman Cottage," Albany Road

香港蘇打水館

Heung-kong-so-ta-shui-koon.

Hongkong Soda Water Manufacturing

Company, 6A, Hollywood Road

J. P. da Costa

D. A. d'Eça

G. H. M. da Costa

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"Hongkong Telegraph 15, Wellington St.

""

(daily), office

Robt. Fraser Smith, proprietor, and

editor

Jas. E. Beale, manager

F. M. Franco, Jr., reporter

J. J. de Barros, bookkeeper

香港灣仔木園

Hong kong Muk-in, Wanchai.

Hongkong Timber Yard, Wanchai

L. Mallory, proprietor

Horck, A. H. von der, M. D., physician

and surgeon; specialist for eye dis-

eases; 21, Wyudham St.

大馬房牛奶舖

Tai-ma-fong-ngeen-nai-po.

"Horse Repository" and Hongkong Dairy,

Garden Road, rear of Murray Barracks

J. Kennedy

L. Trower

考核

How-wit

Howard & Co., Thos., merchants, West

Point

D. Musso & Co., agents

Hughes & Legge, share and general bro-

kers and auctioneers; office, Marine House, Queen's Road, Central

W. Kerfoot Hughes

William Legge

E. Jones Hughes

P. R. Doral

F. A. Ozorio

紹昌洋 i

Shiu cheong-yeung-hong.

Humphreys & Co., W. G., merchants and

commission agents, Bank Buildings

W. G. Humphreys

和記

Wo-kee,

Hutchison, John D., merchant, 27,

Queen's Road Central

Inglis, John, consulting engineer and

surveyor, 14, Praya Central

Jamasjee J., cotton and yarn broker,

18, Hollywood Road

M. M. Cotwall

Jamsetjee, P., broker, 12, Peel street

卑亞杯

Pe-a-poy.

241

Jairazbhoy Peerbhoy, merchant, No. 64,

Wellington Street.

B. John Mahomed, manager

Jafferbhoy Mawjee

E. Mabomed

M. Kurrumsey

A. Hassumbboy, manager (Sh'hai)

M. Remtoola

渣顚

Cha-teen.

do.

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants, East

Point, and 7, Queen's Road Central

Robert Jardine (England) William Keswick (absent) Francis Bulkeley Johnson W. Paterson (Shanghai)

J. Bell-Irving (absent) J. J. Keswick (absent) Herbert Smith (Shanghai) John Macgregor

H. C. Maclean C. S. Taylor E. F. Alford

A. MacClymont Kenneth McK. Ross F. H. Slaghek C. W. Richards

G. T. Veitch Jus. J. Bell-Irving

T. G. Glover

J. P. da Costa

F. H. Azevedo

G. dos Remedios

A. de Britto

A. J. V. Ribeiro

A. H. de Carvalho

F. X. V. Ribeiro

J. M. G. Pereira

J. P. da Costa

G. Mackrill Smith (Canton)

'P. S. da Roza

B. A. Clarke E. Ward

D. Glass

A. Chevne

do. (Shanghai)

·

do.

do.

do. (absent)

E. H. Kenny

do.

E. J. Caldbeck

do.

R. P. Hunter

do.

H. T. Allan

do.

E. G. Hillier

do.

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R. Iglis

(Shanghai)

James McKie

do.

Robt. Macgregor

do.

E. J. de Couto

do.

A. Yvanovich

do.

L. A. Tavares

do.

E. F. da Sa

do.

L. J. Sa

do.

W. Dobie (Yuen-fah) do.

W. E. Allum

(Foochow)

T. Pollari

do.

R. W. H. Wood

do.

G. W. King

do.

D. da Roza

do.

W. H. Gubbins A. E. Reynell

(Tientsin)

ძი.

W. B. Walter

(Yokohama)

HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Esmail Jooma, agent

Tarnmahomed Hassen

N. Keekaboy

門業商會

Kwo. g-yiy Shiung-ui

Kogio Shokwai, 20, Praya West

Riozo Oishi, agent

Komakichi Yasuda

告老彩

Ko-lo-sa.

Kruse & Co., jewellers, tobacconists, and

commission agents, 10, Queen's Road

Central

H. Kuhlmann

C. F. Hooper

do.

R. Schönberger

G. L. Montgomery do.

H. O. Noyes

do.

C. F. Ren i rs

do.

A. C. Reid

do.

(Nagasaki)

Ryle Holme

8. S. "SUEZ" Hongkong and Calcutta

Captain W. M. Dodd Chief Officer-G. Ainslie Second do. -J. Meikle Third do. -J. Harlman Chief Engineer-G. Renwick Second do. -W. Stokes Third do. -W. Walker Fourth do. J. Ramis y

Just & Grobien, bill and bullion brokers

H. Z. Just, 14, Albany Read F.A. F. Grobien, (Shanghai)

Kelly & Walsh, booksellers, stationers, musicsellers, newsagents, tobacconists, Queen's Road

T. Brown (Shang! ai)

Chas. Grant

H. Giles

F. Davidson

Khamisa, N. M. & A. M., dealers in mil

linery and drapery goods, 8, Peel Street

Noor Mahomed Khamisa

Ally Mahomed Khamisa

Abdool Rahman

Esmael Elia

Khamisa Jooma, draper, 88, Wellington

Street

Khamisa Jooma (absent)

P. F. Xavier

覽勿夜冷館

Lam-mat Ye-lang-kwoon.

Lammert, G. R., auctioneer, appraiser, and

commission agent, Peddar's Wharf

G. R. Lammert

J. Alabor

S. Fischer

蔚士顚

Lan-se-teen.

Landstein & Co., merchants, Marine House,

Queen's Road

Alex. Levy

E. Consta tin (Tonquin)

A. F. Percra

連架剌佛

Lane-ka-la-fat.

Lane, Crawford & Co., generalstorekeepers,

shipchandlers, tailors, news agents and

auctioneers, Queen's Road

David R. Crawford

John S. Cox

F. de Sá

Henry Crawford Wm. Boffey John McCallum A. Fonseca, Junr. J. R. McDonald H. E. Denson

Harry Ellis

J. M. R. Gonsalves

Frederic Townley (Yokohama)

F. O. Eustace

George Booth

T. G. Richmond

do.

do.

do.

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

得忌利士

Tak-ke-le-se.

Lapraik & Co., Douglas, merchants,

Praya

John S. Lapraik (England)

A. T. Manger

C. D. Bottomley

J. Grant

T. E. Davies

A. F. dos Remedios

A. G. dos Remedios

F. J. dos Remedios

A. F. dos Remedios, Jr.

L. A. Xavier

G. D. Pitman (Swatow)

COAST STEAMERS. "NAMOA."

Captain-G. T. Westoby Chief Officer-W. T. Hunter

2nd. do. -G. Black 3rd. do.

Chief Engineer-W. Clarke, Jr.

2nd, do.

3rd. do.

Stainfield

"KWANGTUNG."

Captain-M. Young

Chief Officer--H. O. Harris

2nd do. -J. Lewis

3rd do. -J. H. Green

Chief Engineer-W. MacIntosh

2nd do. -J. Benson 3rd do.

"HAI-LOONG." Captain-F. Ashton Chief Officer-W. G. Parker 2nd do. -J. Wilkinson 3rd do. -F. S. Cahill Chief Engineer-J. Roberts

2nd do. -E. F. Handley

3rd do.

"ALBAY."

Captain-H. Lightwood

Chief Officer-G. Shewan

2nd do. -W. Robinson 3rd do.

Chief Engineer-F. Urquhart

2nd do. -J. Wilson 3rd do.

"FOKIEN."

Captain-J. C. Abbott Chief Officer-J. S. Wylie 2nd. do. -J. S. Roach 3rd. do. -W. Pike

Chief Engineer-A. McIntyre

2nd do. -W. McKechnie 3rd. do.

"THALES." Captain-T. G. Pocock Chief Officer-F. Tickell 2nd do. -R. Unsworth 3rd do. -W Salmond Chief Engineer-W. Parlane

2nd do. -J. Dunn

3rd do. -J. M-Creath

謙信洋行

Hym-sun-yeung-hong.

243

Lembke & Co., Justus, merchants and

commission agents, Club Chambers

d'Aguilar Street

Justus P. Lembke

Th. Bieber (Shanghai)

H. Harms

沌士德公司

Lin-sec-tuk-kung-sze.

Linstead & Davis, merchants, 23, Queen's

Road

H. W. Davis

C. G. Bunker

L. Gibbons

F. E. L. Soares

醫生

Lock-het-e-shang.

Lochhead, John H., M.D., 2, Elgin Street

Lowndes, R. W., broker, 116, Queen's

Road East

Loxley, W. R., merchant and commission

agent, office at Sayle & Co.'s, Queen's Road

W. R. Loxley

H. H. Loxley

馬嬌云夫力架公司

Ma-kiu-run-foo-lik-ka-kung-sz.

MacEwen, Frickel & Co., storekeepers.

wine merchants, shipping and genera.

agents, 43, Queen's Road and 22, Praya.

agents for North China Herald, Shang- hai, &c.

Alex. F. Smith

W. Dolan

J. Maclehose

C. Mooney W. A. Quinton W. Cruise

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Frank Murray

JONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND 7 ADES.

Merwanjee, S., broker, 24, Peel Street

A. T. G. da Silva

Mackean, E., barrister-at-law, Bank

Buildings

孖地公司

Ma-ti-kung-sz

Marty, A. R., merchant and commission

agent, 44, Queen's Road

A. R. Marty

H. Padel

A. M. Carneiro

P. Marty (Haiphong)

麥邊洋行

Mak-pin-yeung-hong.

McBain, G., broker, &c., 9, Gough Street

Low Sai Nam

墨馬道

Mak-mah-to.

McMurdo, R., marine surveyor, and sur-

veyor for French Lloyds', Hunt's Block

R. McMurdo

G. Yvanovich

孻仁藥房

Lai-yan-yeuk-fong.

Medical Hall, 50, Queen's Road

Th. Koffer, proprietor

E. Niedbardt, analytical chemist

乜者士

Mat-che-see.

Melchers & Co., merchants, Peddar's Wharf

Hermann Melchers (Bremen)

Adolf André (Europe)

W. Reiners

Joh. Fr. Mardfeldt

J. Goosmann

M. Grote

J. Lauts

Heinr. Drude

G. von Wille

C. M. do Rozario

A. E. Allemào

C. Jantzen (Shangbai) signs perpro.

St. Michaelsen

A. Ehlers

do.

do.

J. Palmer

do.

Wm. Mendel do.

F. Thyen

do.

F. J. d'Almeida do.

P. V. Rodriguez do.

do.

Metta, E. N., merchant, 18, Hollywood

Road

S. N. Tolatee (Bombay) E. N. Metta (Canton)

M. P. Tolatee (absent)

S. F. Mebta

pk of Me-yer.

Meyer & Co., merchants, 13, Queen's

Road Certral

A. E. Meyer

H. F. Meyerink

H. Garrels

F. Lemke

J. G. Schröter

P. F. Rozario

J. L. Carneiro

F. X. Rozario

美刺

Me-lah.

Millar & Co., A., house and ship plumbers, gasfitters, painters, coppersmiths, brass-

founders, and general contractors,

Beaconsfield Arcade, and Queen's Road East

Andrew Millar

F. J. Ryan

F. Shepherd

M. Rozario

三井洋行

Sam-treng-young-h`ng.

Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, merchants

Geo. R. Stevens & Co., agents

麽地公司

Mo-tee kung-se.

Mody & Co., N., 40, Queen's Road

Ardeshir N. Mody

Jehangërjee N. Mody

(Bombay)

do.

Framjee H. Arjánee

Hormusjee K. Hakimna Dosabboy R. Billia

*** H

Mo-tee.

Mody, H. N., bill, bullion, & general

broker and auctioneer, Graham Street

H. N. Mody

R. R. Robarts

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HONCONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Moonshee, S. D., broker, 40. Queen's Road

Moore, W. P., hairdresser, &c., Hotel

Buildings, Queen's Road Central

W. P. Moore, proprietor

C. H. Flores, book-keeper Otto Kitchu, assistant

M. Reyes, Bonn,

do. do.

Moore & Co., tobacconists and news-

agents, "Variety Store," 42, Queen's

Road

C. J. Xavier

麽三文

Moh Sam-mun.

More & Seimund, (late Broadbear, Au-

thony & Co.) shipchandlers, Praya

C. H. E. Seimund

J. Harley

Morgan, W. M., share and general broker,

auctioneer, &c., Peddar's Hill

麽室士厘公司

Mo-li-tsz-le Koong-se.

Morris & Ray, ship brokers, Bank Build-

ings

A. G. Morris

E. C. Ray

Mourente, R. & M., merchants, and pro- prietors of Tutuban Rope Manufactory of Manila, 3, Pottinger Street

Ramon Mourente Miguel Mourente

Musso & Co., D., merchants, West Point

D. Musso

P. d'Agostini

A. Mistrallet

伍秩庸大狀師

Ng Tit-yung, Tai-chong-sz.

Ng Choy, barrister-at-law, 16, Bank

Buildings

Ng Choy

Ng Kit Shun

J. R. Xaxier

那布

No-po.

Noble, John, chronometer and watch

maker, jeweller and silversmith, 8, Queen's Road

J. Noble

John McWatters

H. F. Ozori

D. S. Mar 8

囉郎也印字館

Lo-long-ya-yun-tze-koon.

245

Noronha & Co., Government and general

printers and stationers, 5, 7, and 9,

Zetland Street, ("Government Ga

zette," published

every

Saturday, Chinese newspaper published every

Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)

D. Noronha

S. A. Noronha

C. A. Ozorio

B. P. Campos, foreman

F. F. Pinna

R. V. Ribeiro

S. Xavier

S. Silva

L. Xavier

J. Gabriel

E. Carn iro

Norton & Co., merchants and commis-

sion agents, Queen's Road Central

Robert Lyall

R. W. Lowndes

打笠治麵飽

Ta-lab-chee min-pow.

Nowrojee D., merchant and baker, Queen's

Road

Dorabjee Nowrojee

D. Dorabjee (Bombay) Shaik Eliar Bux

F. Jamsetjee H. Cowasjee P. Pereira

M. Ruttonjee

Nowrojee & Co., merchants, 13, Peel Street

C. B. Guzder (Calcutta)

F. D. Guzder (absen1) D. N. Saklatwala

Nujmoodin Jeewakhan, merchant and

commission agent, 10, Graham St.

Nujmoodin Jeewakban (Bombay) Abdoolcarrin Abedin

Feeda Ally Hoosenally

O'Brien, R. A., M.D. (absent)

Hartigan, W. McK., M.K.C.P. and L.M.,

L.R.C.S.I., 2, St. John's Place

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246

阿厘仁他藥房

O-le-yan-ta-yeuk-fong.

Oriental Dispensary," 10, Stanley Street

F. P. Soares, manager

I. L. Vieira

Piron, E., teacher of singing, piano and

violin, 44, Queen's Road

Piron, L., teacher of French and piano,

44, Que n's Road

Polishwalla, M. B., cotton and yarn

broker, 12, Aberdeen St.

八巴厘

Pat-pa-lee.

Pubaney, Ebrahimbhoy, merchant, 40,

Lyndhurst Terrace

Dhurumseybhoy Moomeen, manager

Mooljeebboy Gangjee,

Fazulbboy Dhurumsey

Bundally Khimjee

Mahomedbhoy Cassamblioy Casumbhoy Peerbhoy Esmailbhoy Khimjee

do.

Soomarbhoy Manojee, manager, S'hai

Pustau & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

T. J. E. von Pustau

E. L. Reuter

H. C. Otte, signs per pro.

A. Reuter

B. F. dos Remedios

利地架行

Le-te-ka-hong.

Kachcker & Co., merchants and commis-

sion agents, Wyndham Street

R. Rädecker

W. Detmers

W. Döbbeling

Rapp, F., auctioneer, appraiser and com-

mission agent, Zetland Street

連拿

Lin-nah.

Raynal, G., merchant and commission

agent, 11, Stanley Street

泰和行

Tye-wo-hong.

Reiss & Co., merchants, Praya

Charles Kahn

C. Stiebel

Moritz Kalb (Shanghai)

R. M. Gray, silk inspector

S. Hughes, tea inspector

A. B. Tomkins, tea inspector R. H. Percival, silk inspector

(Shanghai)

S. J Crutch, tea inspector (S'hai)

C. Danenberg

F. S. Marçal (Shanghai)

利美打工

Lee-mee-ta-82.

Remedios & Co., J. J. dos, merchants,

Stanley Street

J. H. dos Remedios

A. G. Romano

Alex. A. dos Remedios

J. M. dos Remedios J. Haughton

Remedios & Co., merchants, Praya Cen- tral; agents for Spanish mail steamers between Manila and Singapore, and Olano, Larrinaga's Spanish steamers

José A. dos Remedios

J. C. dos Remedios A. dos Remedios E. A. Jorge

Rickards,

Fred.,

commission agent

Staunton Strect

Rodrigues, H. J., house agent and rent

collector, 3, La‹lder St. Terrace

Rogers, G.O., D.D.S., dentist, Bank Build-

ings, Queen's Road

Rose, Mrs. J. F., draper, milliner and

dressmaker, Queen's Road

Mrs. J. F. Rose

Mrs. Stockhausen

Miss Gate

Rose & Co., general drapers, men's mer-

cers, milliners and dressmakers, Queen's

Road Central

Miss Rose

J. H. Baker

Miss Nestor

J. Roberts

羅沙里澳

Lo-cha-li-o.

Rozario & Co., merchants, 8, Stanley Street

Marcos C. do Rozario

F. M. Gonsalves

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

那沙剪髮店

No-sn tsin-futon.

Roza, J. da, barber and hair dresser,

Wellington Street

旗吕

Kee-cheong.

Russell & Co., merchants, Praya

William H. Forbes (absent)

H. de C. Forbes (Shanghai) John M. Forbes, Jr. (New York) S. W. Pomeroy, Jr. (London) F. D. Hitch (absent) Charles Vinceut Smith F. D. Bush

L. M. Baptista

T. L. Bush

C. Chamberlain

A. Cordeiro

H. Grimble

J. A. Gutierrez Q. J. Gutierrez F. M. Gutierrez

R. F. Gutierrez, Jr.

F. Henderson

L. C. Ozorio

C. A. Tomes

E. U. Smith

A. E. da Silva

C. C. dos Remedios

F. Jorge

T. B. Cunningham (Canton)

E. F. d'Almeida (Shanghai)

J. B. Mauson (London)

M. W. Greig

do.

S. S. " ESMERALDA." Captain-Rolt. Talbot

Chief Officer-G. E. Elliott 2nd do. -Geo. Wright 3rd do. -J. C. Campbell Chief Engineer-J. B. Fyfo

2nd do. -W. H. Leslie 3rd do. -B. Sanders "DIAMANTE." Captain-R. F. Cu.len First Officer-J. L. Hutchison Chief Engineer-A. Mintipley

247

Rustomjee, S., broker, 5, Pottinger Street

Ruttonjee, B. & E., snopkeepers, 18, Peel

Street

B. Rutonjee

E. Rutionjee

律頓治

Lut-ton-chee.

Ruttunjee & Co., D., merchants, Holly-

wood Road

D. Ruttunjee

山打

San-ta.

Sander & Co., merchants and commission

agents, Queen's Road Central

F. Sander

Ta. von der Heyde (Hamburg)

R. Becker

沙宣

Sa-soon.

Sassoon, Sons & Co., David, merchants,

Praya Central

Sir Albert D. Sassoon (England)

R. D. Sassoon

Arthur D. Sassoon

S: D. Sassoon (Bombay)

F. Koch

do.

A. M. da Cruz

do.

C. A. de Br.tto

do.

N. C. Stevens

(Amoy)

J. J. Howard

do.

M. de Figuereido

do.

A. de Figureido

do.

E. Sheppard (Foochow)

H. S. Rogers

do.

B. Pereira

do.

C. G. Becle

do.

J. Ballard

do.

P. Brunat

do.

L. Gouilloud

do.

F. J. Green

do.

A. C. Hunter

do.

R. G. Ogle

do.

N. Simoens

do.

E. Stone

do.

· J. D. Thorburn

do.

E. H. Joseph

G. H. Wheeler

do.

N. D'O. Wintle

do.

8. S. Gilbert (New York)

F. Ezekiel

A. J. do Rozario

A. P. da Costa

A. M. Gu bay

F. D. Sassoon

do.

E. Moses (Shanghai) R. A. Gubbay do.

John A. Mosely A. E. Abraham A. J. Brandão J. S. Judah

do.

do.

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

E. F. do Rez′10

1

N. D. Ezekiel l'oochow)

S. E. Levy

do.

M. Moses (Ningpo)

F. Ezekiel

I. A. Ezra

do.

do.

J. S. Ezekiel (Shanghai)

M. S. Silas

R H. Elias

E. E. Elias

S. P. Johannes

J. S. Perry (Foochow)

S. R. Marcus do.

S. S. Joseph (Shanghai)

Y. A. Gubbay do.

J. R. Michael

do.

M. A. Sopher

do.

R. S. Judah

do.

J. A. Sopher

do.

A. H. Jacob

do.

J. Moosa

do.

F. A. Cotton

do.

M. Nissim

do.

66

A. E. J. Abraham (Hankow)

S. S. A. Benjamin

D. H. Silas (Wuhu)

M. S. Kelly

do.

R. Moses (Chefoo)

E. S. Kelly do.

do.

S. A. Hardoon (Tientsin)

G. Isaac

do.

      JAPAN," BRITISH STEAMER. Captain-T. S. Gardner

  Chief Officer-Fred. F. Flacks 2nd

do. -W. Greenfield

3rd. do. -J. O'Sullivan 4th do. -A. S. Nicholas

Parser-J. Gregory

Chief Engineer M. Graham

2nd do.

3rd

do.

4th

do.

-John Allan

-Joseph Mackey -James Craigie

    "A. Apcar," BRITISH STEAMER. Captain-A. B. Mactavish

Chief Officer-G. Appleyard 2nd do. -W. A. Condit

3rd do. -J. Thomson

Purser-G. Demetrius

Chief Engineer-J. Leslie

2nd do.

3rd do.

4th do.

Watts

Stevenson

-J. M. Gregory

新沙遜

Shun-sa-soon.

Sassoon & Co., E. D., merchants, Queen's

Road

Jacob E. Sassoon (Bombay)

Edward E. Sassoon (absent)

Meyer E. Sassoon

D. Benjamin (Ningpo) S. A. Davie do. M. S. Perry (Wuhu) A. E. Shooker do.

A. J. David (Chefoo)

A. E. Moses do.

Abrabam Ezra (Tientsin)

do.

A. S. Silas

些厘

Say-le.

Sayle & Co, linen diapers, silk mercers, milliners, merchant tailors, &ɩ., "Vic- toria Exchange," Queen's Road, and Stanley Street; corner of Nankin and Szechuen Roads, Shanghai; Commer- cial Square, Singapore, and Fenang

R. Sayle (England)

D. Sayle

W. Powell Mrs. Powell Miss Franklin Miss Shirwall

J. Edgar

R. Blades

R. Lang T. F. Fisher

R. C. Hurley

J. Rooke

F. Wilford

F. Green

R. White

J. Francis

J. G. dos Remedios

Q. A. Rangel

E. H. Spring,

(Shanghai) (absent)

do., manager

Sassoon I. David (Bombay)

Ezekiel A. Solomon (Shanghai)

Nissim I. Silas

David E. Sassoon

Isaac E. Obadaya

J. S. Moses

S. J. Danby

T. W. Wright

T. H. Sayle

do.

E. Wheen

do.

E. H. Latty

do.

T. Jeffrey

do.

H. Buck

do.

C. Kirby

do.

T. Boyd

do.

J. B. Neilson

do.

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Robert Liddelow (Singapore)

F. S. Smith

(Shanghai)

G. McKane

do.

W. E. Bousfield

do.

Mrs. Wheen

do.

Mrs. T. H. Sayle

do.

F. H. Elliott

do. (absent)

J. E. Polglase

do.

G. Scaife

do.

T. H. Denton

do.

G. Murray

do.

F. Jackson

do.

W. Henderson

do.

B. Eichhorn

do.

Miss Rickard

do.

Chong Yee Loong

do.

Teo Kim Boon

do.'

十刧罷

Sz-kip pa.

Scheffer, J. F., ship-chandler and general

storekceper, 21 and 23 Pottinger Street

J. F. Scheffer

C. H. Flores

些刺時

She-la-se.

Schellbass & Co, Eduard, merchants,

Praya Central

Eduard Schellhass (Hamburg)

Ludwig Beyer

R. Buschmann (Europe)

G. Harling (Shanghai)

F. Seip

A. Goetz

G. Prosch

R. Kasch

霎多刺狀師

Shap-tor-la-chong-se.

249

Sharp, Toller, and Johnson, attor. s. so-

licitors, proctors, and notaries public; office, Supreme Court House

Edmund Sharp, Crown Solicitor, Queen's Proctor, and Registrar

and Actuary of the Diocese of Victoria

Wm. Wilkinson Toller (absent) Alfred Bulmer Johnson

Alfred Parker Stokes (solicitor),

managing clerk

Lindoro Rozario

M. A. Baptista, Jr.

Chau Yau Lok

雲匯單銀兩經紀

Shap-uy-tan-ngan-leung-king-ke.

Sharp & Co., valuers, negotiators, and

auctioners of lands, buildings and

estates, Queen's Road Central

Granville Sharp

A. M. Baptista

禪臣

Seem-shun.

Siemssen & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

G. T. Siemssen (Hamburg)

Woldemar Nissen do.

H. Hoppius

P. G. Hübbe (Shanghai)

A. Gültzow

N. A. Siebs

Leop. Flemming

P. Brewitt

H. T. Siemssen E. Miller

E. Pereira

Jobs. Baessler

(Shanghai)

A. Krüss

R. Abesser

do.

J. S. Gonsalves

do.

do.

士茂公司

See-mit-kung-se.

Schmidt & Co., W., gun and rifle makers,

machinists, and dealers in arms, am-

munition, and sporting gear, Beacons-

field Arcade

Wm. Schmidt

思歸剌

Se-quai-la.

Sequeira, P. A., pianoforte tuner and re-

pairer, No. 19, Mosque Street ·

C. Flathow

H. Börner

D. W. Schwemann

H. M. Bastos

A. H. M. da Silva

A. Wasserfall

(Shanghai)

P. A. W. Ottomcier

do.

A. Siemssen

do.

J. F. Möller

do.

R. Wartmann

do.

(Canton)

do.

G. Siemssen (Foochow)

J. Ruff

H. Schroeter

"CHINKIANG," BRITISH STEAMER.

Captain-S. M. Orr

Chief Officer-D. Casson

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

Third do.

"YANGTSZE," BRITISH STEAmer.

Second do.-L. D'Egville

Chief Engineer-H. Risk

Second do. -J. Scott

Captain-E. Schultze

Chief Officer-D Downie

Second do. -C. Heuermann

Chief Engiveer- R. Lowe

Second do. -M. Connell

"NINGPO," BRITISH STEAMER.

Captain-R. Cass

Chief Officer-Ilenry Birch

Second do.

Potts

Chief Engineer-El. J. Main Second do. Jas. Inglis Third do. -Jas. Cha mers

(6 AMOY," BRITISH STEAMER,

Captain-C. Herrmann

66

PEKING," BRITISH STEAMER.

Captain--G. H. Drewes

HON KONG," BRITISH STEAMER. Captain - Edward Le

Silva & Co., Fça da, commission agents, auctioneers and importers, Queen's Road

A. A. Eça da Silva

A. T. G. da Silva Erne-to Marques Q. A. Rangel

Smith & Co., Geo., wine merchants,

Queen's Road Central

R. Lyal, agent

姜洋行

Kung-yee-ye-hong.

Smith & Co., J. G., co ussion mer-

chants, 8. Queen's Road, and 9, New Broad Street, London, E.C.

John Grant Smith

A. H. Jacks, n

J. Kraal

Sodu roy, N., merchant, 18, Gage St.

Sadmuljee, mager

Dadabhoy R. Kotwall

所羅門

So-lo-moon.

Solomon, Reuben, general broker, No. 31,

Elgin Street

Sorabjee Mancherjee & Co., merchants

Rustonjee Byramjee

Nowrojee Sorabjee

Dadabhoy Rustomjee Kotwall

要些表梳沙

U-se-pu-sau-sa.

Souza, E. F. de, commission agent,

16, Wyndham St.

E. F. de Souza

Steil, Richard, ship broker, Bank Build-

ings

士的芬并堪士狀師

Sz-tel-fun-ping-hom-sze-chong-82.

Stephens & Holmes, attorneys, solicitors, proctors, and notaries public, 2, Club

Chambers, and 2, Wyn İham Street

M. J. D. Stephens, solicitor, etc.

Henry J. Holmes, solicitor, etc.

G. Pereira

J. V. Carneiro

E. Antonio

J. M. Ritchie

Chan Long-hui, clerk & interpreter

義利

Yee-lee.

Stevens & Co., Geo. R., merchants,

running a direct line of steamers to Australia, 11, Queen's Road

G. R. Stevens

H. G. James

W. Wheeler (Sydney)

C. J. Ozorio

T. O'Hashi

E. C. Anderson

G. J. Sequeira

Branch Office, 91, Pitt St., Sydney

Tar Mohomed Cassumbhoy, merchant

15A, Gage St.

他他公司

Ta-ta-kung-8z.

Tata & Co., merchants, Hollywood Road

N. R. Tata (Bombay)

S. C. Tata do.

D. B. Tata

C. B. Mehta

H. R. Cotewal

C. B. Tata

(Shanghai)

Kharsedje M, Tata do.

P. M. Lalcaca

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HONGKONG-PROFESSIONS AND TRADES.

爹拿

Te-wan-nah.

Thevenin, C. L., wine and spirit merchant, commission agent, and importer of

French goods, Hongkong Hotel Building

C. L. Thevenin

Tolatee, B. F., merchant, 18, Hollywood

Road

B. F. Tolatee (absent)

P. F. Tolatee

丹拿公司

Tan-na Kung-se.

Turner & Co., merchants, Queen's Road

Phineas Ryrie

E. C. Smith (absent)

A. W. Walkinshaw (Foochow)

D. McCulloch

J. H. Cox

M. de Carvalho

C. de Jesus

J. F. Cheetham (Shanghai)

A. Shewan

J. L. Placé

do.

do.

A. R. Gr aves (Hankow)

A. N. Mendes, Junr. (Foochow)

Ullmann & Co., J., merchants and com-

mission agents, 42, Queen's Road

Felix Ulmann (Paris)

Jé. Ullmann (Switzerland)

Jacques Ullmann

M. Ullmann (absent)

富碩

Foc-shek.

Vaucher, A. E., general broker, silk in-

spector, public accountant, and com-

mission agent, No. 2, Ball's Court

加刺士藥房

Ka-la-see-yeuk-fong.

Victoria Dispensary," Peddar's Wharf

W. Cruickshank

S. M McLeish

F. R. Rozario Ng Ah Yen

Vincenot, F., wine, spirit, and provision

merchant, 4, Peel Street

科咕

Fo-koo.

Vogel & Co., merchants, Praya

Emile Vogel

Heinrich Kirchhoff (Shanghai)

Edward Vogel

Oscar Noodt

H. Aarons

A. A. dos Remedios

S. dos Remedios

H. Ebell

251

(Canton)

F. Salinger, silk inspector, do.

H. Slevogt (Shanghai)

J. P. Marques do.

Wassiamull Assomull, dealer in Indian

goods, 30, Queen's Road

香港大藥房

Heung-kong-ti-yeuk-fong.

Watson & Co., A. S., Hongkong Dispen-

sary, Queen's Road

J. D. Humphreys

H. A. Woolnough, manager

John Willmott

T. Hetherington (Foochow) G. Laub (Canton)

Geo. H. Brunt

F. Tayler

E. F. Williamson

John Scott, soda water factory Fung Acheong

Fung Apoey

Wicking, Harry, merchant and commis-

sion agent, 4 Club Chambers

泰典

Tai-hing.

Wieler & Co., merchants, 20, Praya

Oscar Wieler (absent)

Gustav Wieler

C. Colpe

Ed. Fock

H. Müller

Achua

威利臣沙路威

Wil-le-son-sa-lo-way.

Wilson & Bird, architects, surveyors, and

civil engineers, 15, Queen's Road

S. Godfrey Bird

To Cheok

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HONGKONG-HOTELS, TAVERNS, &c.

拿臣拿酒店

Woonwalla & Co., R. S., merchants and

commission agents, 20, Gage Street

Rustomjee Sorabjee Woonwalla (Cal-

cutta)

Shapoorjce Framjee Tumboly, ma-

nager

央醫生

Young-e-sang.

Young, Richard, L.R.C.P. Edin., F.R.C.S.

Edin.

Young William, M.D., "Woodville," Ar- buthnot Road; office: Bank Buildings, Queen's Road Central

Hotels, Taverns, &c.

"German Tavern," 224, Queen's Road

Central

W. Petersen

香港客店

Heung-kong-hak-tim.

"Hongkong Hotel," Queen's Road

Dorabjee & Hing-Kee, lessees

Dorabjee Nowrojee, manager

Ismael P. Madar

D. S. Heaysman S. Cawasjee S. A. Ismael Peng Atsun

"Land We Live In Hotel," 294, Queen's

Road Central

Louis Kirchman, proprietor

"Liverpool Arms Tavern," 182, Queen's

Road Central

Johu Juster

"London Inn," No. 262, Queen's Road

Central

J. Humby

Na-shun-na-tsow-tim.

"National Hotel," 200A, Queen's Road

Central

John Olson, proprietor

Wm. Wilson, manager

水手館

Sui-sow-koon.

"Sailors' Home," Praya West

J. R. White, steward

Jno. Keller

士得豪爹厘

Se-tak-ho-te-li.

"Stag Hotel," No. 110, Queen's Road

Central

J. Cook, proprietor

G. Snelling

"Star Hotel," 142, Queen's Road Central

F. D. Linde, proprietor

"Welcome Tavern," 288, Queen's Road

Central

Joaquim Gomez

Licensed Boarding House Keepers.

Sailors' Home, West Point

C. F. W. Peterson, Queen's road west Peter Smith, Queen's road west Ismail, Circular Pathway

Alli Moosdeen, Lower Lascar row Ignacio Beltrão, Tank Lane

Francisco d'Assis, Upper Station Street Leuterio Vilanueva, Bridges Street

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HER MAJESTY'S FORCES IN CHINA,

MILITARY.

Staff. Major General Commanding Forces in China and Straits Settlements, ·As- sistant Military Secretary, Aide-de- Camp to the General, Brigade Major, Fort Adjutant, Officer Commanding Royal Artillery, Commanding Royal Engineer, District Commissary General, Commissary General of Orduance, Dis- trict Paymaster, Principal Medical Officer

Commanding H. M. Forces in China and Straits Settlements-Lieut.-General E. W. Donovan Assist. Military Sec.- Aide-de-camp-Capt. E. Barton, R. Innis.

Fus.

Brigade Major-Çaptain J. T. Bury, R.

Art.

Fort Adjutant-Lieutenant T. G. Barclay,

R. Innis. Fus.

Acting Military Chaplains-Rev. C. G.

Booth, Ch. of England Chaplain

Rev. Father B. Vigano, Roman Ca-

tholic Chaplain

Rev. J. Colville, Presbyterian Chap-

lain

Garrison Sergeant-Major-Robert Annan

MILITARY STAFF CLERKS. Military Secretary's Office-Arthur Rich-

mond

Brigade Office-Staff Sergeants John Good-

win, G. S. Blake

ROYAL ARTILLERY. 7th Brigade, 9 Battery.

Commanding Royal Artillery in China and Straits Settlements--Lt.-Col. G. A Craw- ford

Major-M Moore-Lane

Captain-

Lieutenant-S. W. Lane

do. -Honble. A. Lambert

Fire Muster and Inspector Warlike Stores-

H. Lyall

Military Staff Clerk, District Office -

Military Staff Clerks, Royal Engineer De- partment-Quarter Master Sergeant M. Hollis, Cr. Sergeant McMahon Military Foremen of Works-Qr. Mr. Ser- geants R. Inkpen, J. Philcox, Sergeants W. Davis, and T. Beavin

INFANTRY.

ROYAL INNISKILLING FUSILIERS. First Battalion. Colonel.

Randal Rumley, (g.), (m.c.c.)

Lieut.-Colonels.

An. D. Geddes Arthur Hales

Majors.

Domville M. Taylor F. Coffey

R. W. E. White Nicholas E. Carr

Captains.

Philip Stainforth Edward Barto, (8.) Chas. Wm. Harje Geo. Herbert M'cbaelson Geo. A. B. Godbold Albert P. Wodehouse, (s.c.) John Cave Bayly T. M. G. Thackeray, (8.)

Lieutenants. John Anstey Bennett Wm. S. Byrd Levett Reg. H. Cholmond-ley John Jas. Purdon, (d.) John F. W. Charley, (I. of M.) Hen. McLeod Young Fran. Alex. Sanders, (adj.) Peter R. E. Thompson Rolt. L. B. Steele Theodore G. Barclay, (s.)

Richard C. C. Cox Arthur M. Goodrich Archd. J. Murray Jasper G. Mayne C. J. Lloyd Davidson

| Arthur J. Lawford

J. L. Armitage

A. A. Graves

S. G. Radcliff

Com. Royal Eng.-Lieut.-Col. J. A. Papil- | Paymast r-J. M. Kerr, hon capt. (Paym

lon

ROYAL ENGINEERS.

Major-H. S. Palmer

Surveyor―J. M. Fleming

Lieutenant-O. E. Ruck

Army Pay Department) I. of M --J. F. W. Charley, (lt.) Adj.-F. A. Sanders, (lt.) Quarter-master-Wm. Windrum

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MILITARY-NAVAL.

COMMISSARIAT AND TRANSPORT | Arsenal Freman-J. D'Alm"ida

STAFF.

District Commissary Gen.-Albert Meyer,

A.C.G.

Deputy Asst. Commissary General-F. S.

Chris an Hare

Quarter Master-Henry Joyce Senior Clerk-Jas. Boyd Clerk-M. H. Madar

do. John Flanagan

Comprador-Hing Ree

Chinese Interpreter-Paug Wing

ORDNANCE STORE DEPARTMENT. Senior Ordnance Store Officer -G. E

March, A.C.G.O. Deputyistant Commissary General of

Ordnance-H. G. Fincham

Do. -A. Sadler

Inspector of Wurlike Stores-Capt. H.

Lyall, R.A.

  Chief Foreman-P. Grimble Senior Clerk-Henry W. Miles Clerks--P. Doyle, J. McBreen Soldier Clerks-Four

Foreman of Magazines-J. Stringer General Foreman-J. M. Campos

Receiving and Issuing do.-G. S. Botelho

Royal Naval Department.

Ordnance Armourer Sergeant-C. Craw-

ford, Sergt, R.A.

Armourer Sergeant--T. Gascoigne

ARMY PAY DEPARTMENT. District Paymaster and Agent for the Lords Commissioners of H. M. Treasury-Major A. S. Murray

Paymaster-Capt. F. E. Webb, Military

Accountant

"Vitary Clerks-Staff Clerk K. W. Miles,

Corpl. S. Fallan. R.I.F.

ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. Principal Medical Officer-W. A. Thom son, M.B., Deputy Surgeon General Medical Officer in charge Station Hospital "Mecance"-Br.gade Surgeon R. Hun-

'gerford

Surgeon Major-J. Murray, M.B. Surgeon B. W. Large

do. W. O. Wolseley

Lieut. of Orderlies-Jas. Brewster, Army

Hospital Corps

| Compounder-Staff Sergt. J. Hirst, Army 1 Hospital Corps

NAVAL.

Vice Admnial-George O. Willes, C.B.,

Cominander-in-chief

Flag Liputerant--Egerton B. B. Levett Secretary-William W. Perry

Clerks to Secretary-F. B. A tou, C. D. W.

Kiddle

H. M. NAVAL YARD. HONGKONG.

Naval Officer in charge of Navol Establish- ments--Commodore Wm. H. Cuming,

R.N.

Sec. to Commodore-Sidney W. Wright,

R.N.

  Clerk to Sec.-Chas. J. Ferguson Master Attendant-Staff Commander John

E. Scudamore

Storekeeper and Cashier-E. B. Jorey Audit Clerk-Wm. Hynes

Clerk-Geo Coles (absent)

Foreman of the Yard in charge-F. D.

Palmer

Boatswain-J. Leary

Writers-J. da Cunha, V. Danenberg, M. Souza, H. Danenberg, E. C. Barradas, L. F. Carvalho, F. M. Xavier, J. de Pinna, F. G. Pereira, L. Barretto, N. T. da Costa

Chief Storemen--W. Gillbee, W. T. Adnams Storemen-L. WAfah, G. May, D. Dun- more, C. Barkley, J. Beatti", H. Taylor

STEAM DEPARTMENT.

Inspector of Machinery-Richard H. Slee-

man, R.N. Engineers-Wm. B. Rock, R.N., R. A. Shapcott, R.N., Tho. Scott (d), R.N. Boiler Maker-R. W. Kemp

Smith-A. Blanchard

Fitters-W. H. Addiscott, L. Wells, J.

Rowe

NAVAL POLICE.

Inspector in Charge-Wm. Lysaught, 5 Ser- geants, and 23 Constables, European

ROYAL NAVAL HOSPITAL. Mount Shadwell.

Naval Officer in charge-Commodore W.

H. Cuming

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NAVAL-CHINA SQUADRON.

Deputy Inspector General-Wm. L. Gor-

don, M.D.

Surgeons-Robert Bentham, Arthur W.

Russ ll

   Chaplain-Rev. C. M. Vaughan, L.Th. Storekeeper and Cashier-Cyr.1 H. Jones,

    asst. parmaster R.N. (acting) Dispenser in charge of Stores-Robert W.

Houghton

H.B.M. Squadron in China & Japan.

ALBATROSS, 4. Composite Screw Sloop. 940 (727) Tons. 840 (120) H.P. Commander-A. J. Errington.23 Oct. '79 Lieutenant-R. L. Groome 1 May '80

do. -(N) H. C. Martin. 12 Jan. '79 do. -F. E. Groube 7 June '80 Staff Surgeon-G. H. Madeley.23 Oct. '79 Chief Engineer-J. Johuson.....23 Sent. '80 Paymaster-W. B. Autridge...23 Oct. '79 Gunner-J. Hickey

15 Jan. '79 Carpenter-C. Hatchard 13 Jan. '79

Assist. Eng.-C. E. Steward (b)23 Oct. '79 Clerk-G. T. Backwell ..... 7 July '8) (Commissioned at Chatham, 23 Oct., 1879).

CLEOPATRA, 14. Screw Corvette. Steel and Iron cased with Wood. 2,380 Tons. 2,610 H.P.

do.

do.

do.

do.

255

4 Aug. '80 4 ug. '80

Midshipman--H. Thompso

do. --F. K. C. Gibbon do. -E. F. De Chair.: 1 Aug. '80 Asst. Eng-E. K. Odam..... Clerk-P. C. Co ke

24 Aug. '80

24 Aug. '80

(Commissioned at Devon ort, 21th Auj., 1880).

COMUS, 14. Screw Corvette, Steel and Iron cased with Wood. 2,880 Tons. 2,450 H.P. Captain-Jas. W. East.......23 Oct. '79 Lieutenant-G. Nev lle.. .23 Oct. '79 do. -+B. H. Chevallier.23 Oct. '79

-W. T. Warreu... 3 Jan. '81

do.

do.

do.

Geo. Hodgkinson 1 Sept. '81 -H. C. Burrows...12 July '81 Nav. Lieut.-Go. S. Rilpt... 4 Mar. '81 Chaplain and Nav. Instr.-

Rev. A. C. Wright, M.A. ...23 Oct. '79 Staff Surgeon-Thos. C. Hickey,

M.B.

24 Aug. '81 Paymaster-J. N. Robinson...23 Oct. '79 Chief Eng.-A. F. McIntyre.....28 June '78 Sub-Lieut.-H. J. Gedge 23 Oct. '79 do. -W. Carey (act)...27 Oct. '81 Engineer-Geo. Weight ...27 May '78 Gunner-W. Painter Boatswain-R. 11. Martin....

.21 Dec. '78

18 Dec. '78

Carpenter-Geo. T. Grigg (act.)22 Dec. '80

Midshipman-B. J. D. Yelver-

ton

.28 Oct. '79

2 Oct. '80

21 June '81

do.

-H. Orpen

.24 Aug. '80

do.

-G. Oliver

do.

-F. J. Patteson..28 Oct. '79

   Captain-F. Durrant Lieutenant-A. C. Corry... 24 Aug. '80 -+L. D. Sampson..24 Aug. '80 -F. G. Stopford...24 Aug. '80 -E. P. Powell......24 Aug. '80 -H. P. Williams...26 Ang. '80 Nav. Lieut.-F. A. Halloran..26 Mar. '79 Chaplain and Nav. Inst.-Rev.

Wm. French, B.A. Staff Surg.-Wm. H. Stewart,

M.B.

.31 Dec. '80

.24 Aug. '80 Paymaster Wm. E. P. Sacr.24 Aug. '80 Chief Eng.-J. Dunlop........17 Oct. '79 Sub-Lieu!.-Wm. G. Stewart. 7 Sept. '80 Surgeon-J. J. Connell, M.D...24 Aug. '80 Assis. Paym.-R. B. Marwood 24 Aug. '80 Engineer-Chas. J. Cock.. 11 Sept. '78

do. -J. R. D. Johnson...24 Aug. '80 Gunner-E. J. Metters......... 19 April '81 Boatswain-

Carpenter-B. Stoneman 27 Aug. '78 Midshipman-T. S. Guppy....24 Aug. '80

-C.G.F. M. Cra-

do.

do.

do.

dock

.24 Aug. '80 -E. C. P. Cooper 24 Aug. '80 -A. E. G. Moir..24 Aug. '80

Assist. Eng.-J. L. Michell...22 Dec. '79 Clerk-H. W. Braddon

do. -T. T. Lanvon..

20 July '80

.15 Oct. '79

(Commissioned at Sherness, 23 Oct., 1879)

CURACOA, 14. Screw Corvette. Steel and Iron ca ed with Wood. 2,380 Tons. 2,540 H.P. Captain-Samuel Long......... 2 May '81 Lieut.-F. V. Isanc

.24 Feb. '80

do. -†H. E. Bourchier. .24 Feb. '80 do. -1). Hamood-Grœme.....24 Feb. '80 Nav. Lieut.-C. H. Hopkins... 3 Mar. '79 Chaplain and Nav. Insir.-Rev.

John Brabazoo, M.A................... .27 S pt. '80 Staff Surg.-J. P. Courtenay..24 Feb. '80 Paymaster-A. V. Macrall ...25 Feb. '80 Chief Eng.-J. E. Turner.............. 2 Oct. '77 Sub-Lieut.-E. W. Yorke..... Gunner-Geo. Cuthbert Boatswain-A. Sanders

4 Dec. '81 ,13 Dec. '78

9 Dec. '78

Caspenter-Wm. Turton (act.) 2 Dec. '81 Midshipman-J. H. Fox ......25 Feb. '80

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Midshipman -A. Y. C. M.

do.

do.

do.

CHINA SQUADRON.

Spearman 3 Mar. '80 -I.G. Humphreys 5 Mar. '80 -P. S. St. John.. 2 Mar. '80 -G. M. Courage.30 Sept. '80 19 June '80

Asst. Eng.-J. S. Rees

do. -E. G. P. Moffett..24 Feb. '80

Clerk-W. B. Penny.

do. -T. R. Price.

10 Jan. '81

.24 Feb. '80

(Commissione·lat Davenport, 24 Feb., 1880.)

DARING, 4. Composite Screw Sloop. 910 (727) Tons. 920 (120) H.P. Commander-F. J. J. Eliott...10 Feb. '81 Lieut.-R. Y. Smith...

do.

−(N) H. Preedy

do. -F. G. De Lisle.....

Staff Surgeon-J. B. Drew.....

Lieutenant-Macvey Napier... 3 Mar. '79

do.

do.

-C. H. Coke

.23 Feb. '80

-(N) C. E. Pritchard 22 Dec. '80 Surgeon J. B. Armstrong .,.26 Mar. '81 Paymaster-F. G. Farrow

Engineer-Go. S. Newton Gunner--A. J. Boss

.22 Dec. '80

28 Feb. '79

.22 Dec. '80

Assist. Eng.-A. J. Johns .....26 Mar. '81 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 26 Mar., 81).

FLYING FISH, 4.

Composite S. Slopp

940 (727) Tons. 840 (120) H.P. Surveying Service.

Lieut. & Com.-R. F. Hoskyn.26 Jan. '80

Lieut.-E. H. Bayly...... .15 April '80

.10 Feb. '81

13 Nov. '80

.10 Feb. '81

do.

-A. Channer

.11 Feb. '81

do.

-(N) Geo. Pirie

do.

do.

.23 Feb. '81

do.

Paymaster-J. H. Cl verton...10 Feb. '81 Chief Eng.-T. F. Hight......19 Oct. '80 Sub-lieut.-E. C. St. J. B.

    Neate Engineer-J. J. Atkiuson......10 Feb. '81 Gunner-F. Bryant

9 Dec. '80

Carpenter R. Taylor (act) 25 Feb. '81 (Commissioned at Shern 88, 10th Feb., 1881.)

ENCOUNTER, 14. Screw Corvette. 1,970 (1,45) Tons. 2,130 (350) H.P. Captain-ico. Robinson ......28 Dec. '80 Lieut.-F. C. B. B. Simpson.. 9 Jan. '79

đò. -H. B. Elwyn

−(N) L. K. Bell do. C. H. Bayly Chaplain-Rev. W. R. Gilbert,

do.

M.A.

9 Jan. '79

do.

15 April '80

.15 April'80

Geo. W. Gubbins......15 April '80 Fred. W. Shortland...28 April '80

(in lieu of a Sub-Lieut.) -H. A. Warren .... .15 April '80 C. H. Simpson.........16 Aug. '81

(For surveying Service.) Staff-Surg.-R. V. MacCarthy.15 April '80 Paymaster-H. C. Jenkins ...15 April '80 Chief Eng.-J. Stephens ......15 April '80 Boatswain-C. Miller .......15 April '80 Assist. Eng.-J. G. L. Baker.. 8 April '80 (Commissioned at Sheerness, 15 April, 1880.)

17 Sept. '78 FOXHOUND, 4. S. Composite Gun-Boat.

9 Jan. '79

                    .22 Dec. '80 Staff Surgeon -M. Coates...... 9 Jan. '79 Paymaster Wm. Rodes...... 9 Jan. '79 Chief Engineer -D. Grant .14 Nov. '79 Sub-Lieut.--C. R. S. Payne...10 Aug. '80 Asst. Paymaster-J. W. Chaster 14 July '80 Engineer-A B. Gutteridge...21 Sept. '78 Gunner--Win. Barrett (a.) 2 Aug. '78 Boatswain -R. Prat

19 May '79

...

do. -S H. Crouch (act.).19 July '81 Carpenter J. R. Radmore ... 9 Aug. '78 Assist Eng.-F. W. Parkes..... 9 Jan. '79 (Commissioned at Sheerness, 9th Jan., 1879).

ESK, 3. Double Screw Iron Gun-Boat.

363 Tons. 340 H.P.

Gunner-II. D. Capper (act.) 23 Feb. '81 (Borne in "Victor Emanuel.")

FLY, 4. Double-screw Composite Gun-Vessel.

603 (464) Tons. 490 (120) H.P. Commander-A. F. St. Clair..12 Mar. '79

455 Tons. 470 H.P. Lieut. and Comm.-J. M. Mc

Qubae

...24 Dec. '80

Sub-Lieut.-(N) John. P. Rol-

leston

19 Nov. '81 do. -L. G. S. Hancock.22 Dec. '80 Surgeon W. J.B Bookey ...26 Mar. '81 Assist. Paym. in charge-H.

Howell.....

.22 Dec. '80 Engineer-J. E. Callaghan ...22 Dec. '80 Gunner-W. M. Phillips .22 Dec. '80 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 26 Mar., 81)

IRON DUKE, 14. Double-screw Iron Ship, Armour Plated. 6,010 (3,787) Tons. 4,270 (800) H.P.

Flag Ship. Vice-Admiral-Geo. O. Willes,

C.B.

3 Jan. '81 Flag Lieut.-E. B. B. Levett. 3 Jau. '81 Secretary-W. W. Perry 3 Jan. '81 Clerk to Sec.-F. C. Alton 3 Jan. '81 do. -C. D. W. Kiddle. 7 Jan. '79

.....

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CHINA SQUADRON.

3 Jan. '81

5 Jan. '81

5 July '78

4 Feb. '80

Captain-R. E. Tracy Commander-G. L. Átkinson. Lieut.-F. H. Haygarth

do. -(†) C. H. P. Jones do. -(r) C. G. Robinson... 4 June '78 do. -H. C. A. Baynes...... 6 April'81 do. -J. F. Stuart....... .22 Dec. '80 22 July '81

do.

G. E. Patey

Staff Comm.-J. B. Walker...22 Dec. '80 Capt. Mar. Art.-H. C. Suther-

land

Chaplain and Nav. Inst.-Rev.

5 July '78

.31 Dec. '80

5 July '73 Jan. '81

F. C. Stebbing, B.A.. Fleet-Sur-1.-C. Morton Paymaster-J. M. Bruce (act) Chief Eng.-G. Fitzgerald ...18 Mar. '78 Sub-Lieut.-R. G. Fraser..... 4 Dec. '81 Surgeon-

    do. John S. Lambert ... 5 July '78 Assist. Paym

...16 July '78

10 July '78 10 July '78

10 July '78

Engine r― -Ed. Barrett ..... .15 June '80 do. -Wm. H. C. Gale..19 July '78 do. -Thomas New ...31 Jan. '78 do. -John Keast

                 5 July '78 Gunner-W. Anthony ....... 11 Oct. '78 Boatswain-Wm. Cooper......16 July '78 Carpenter J. H. Griffiths Mid.-A. P. Ethelston.....

do. -H. T. Hibbert do.-P. N. Richards do. -E. C. Hogg do. Hon. S. Hawke do. -J. J. B. Young do. -C. J. T. Dormer. do.-A. C. Lowry do.-L. de W. Satow do.-C. D. Mackenzie do.-G. St. J. Farquhar. do.-P. Blakiston do.-H. I. W. Nevi'e ... Naval Cadet -E. S. Alexander 5 Jan. '81 Assist. Eng.-James J. Stuart 5 July '78 Clerk-J. Bru nell..

4 Jan. '81 2 Jan. '79 .21 July '79 .22 Dec. '80

2 Oct. '80

6 Feb. '80

1 Jan. '81

1 Jan. '81 1 Jan. '81 1 Jan. '81

16 July '78 ...14 April '80

    do. -B. J. Dinnis The following officers are borne as additional

for various special services: Major Mar.-A. H. Pascoe 9 June '80 For supervision of the Marine Detachments on the China Station.

Staff Surgeon-R. Nelson......11 Dec. '78 Surgeon-J. Dudley, M.B. ..... 9 Aug. '80

(For Sick Quarters, Yokohama.) Paymaster-G. W. Muir ......22 Nov. '78 As Naval Accountant and Victualling Storekeeper at Yokohama. (Commissioned at Devonport, 5th July, 1878.)

257

KESTREL, 4. Double-screw Composite Gun- Vessel.

610 (462) Tons. 830 (100) H.P. Commander-Wm. M. Lang..23 Apr. '80 Lieut.-J. E. Bearcroft...... 24 June '81 do. -P. C. Dudgeon..... 6 Jan. '79 Nav. Lt.-C. D. A. Morshead.15 June '80 Surgeon-T. E. H. Williams..15 June '80 Asst. Fagm. in charge-B. G.

I. Evans...

.10 Jan. '81 Engineer-W. Olive ...... .24 Aug. '8) Gunner M. J. Delaney (act).. Oct. '81 Assist. Eng.-E. J. Austen.....25 June '80 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 15th June, 1880.)

LILY, 3. Composite Screw Gun-Vessel. 720 Tons. 830 (95) H.P. Commander-Rd. Evans Lieut.-W. C. B. Johnson do. -W. J. H. Auton

19 Oct. '81

.29 Dec. '80

.27 May '80

do. -(N.) A. W. Torlesse...23 Jan. '79 Staff Surg.-J. D. Smith, M.D. 3 Feb. '79 (In lieu of Surgeon.) Assist. Paymaster in charge -

R. Read

4 Mir. '79

Engineer-S. G. Follett ..... 2 July '80 Gunner-J Ruddy

.25 Jan. '79

(Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 24th June, 1879.)

MAGPIE, 3. Double-screw Surveying

Vessel.

805 (665) Tons. 860 (160) H.P. Lieut. Commander-A. Car-

penter

Lieut.-H. R. Evans..

.....

...16 Dec. '80

22 Dec. '80 do. (N) Henry Belam ...17 Dec. '79 do. -Gaspar J. Baker ...24 Feb. '77 do. -Andrew F. Balfour...24 Feb. '77 ɖɔ. -G. C. Fre lerick ..............22 Dec. '80 Staff Surg.-B rnad Renshawl5 Oct. '81 Assist. Clerk-J. Willoughly.. 3 Nov. '81 Paymaster-T. F. Harrison...22 Dec. '80 Engineer-W. H. Moon 25 Oct. '81 .22 Dec. '80 Boatswain-W. Tozer Assist. Engineer-W. F. Pam.

Pilett

.22 Dec. '80 Assist. Clerk-J. Willoughby 30 Nov. 81 (Re-commissioned at Hongkony, 26th March, 1881).

MIDGE, 4. Double-screw Composite Gun-Vessel.

603 (464) Tons.

470 (120) H.P.

Chief Eng.-S. B. Williams (act.) 10 May '80 Gunner-G. J. L ng

Oct. '81

(Borne in "Victor Emanuel.")

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CHINA SQUADRON.

MOORHEN, 4. S. Composite Gun-Boat. 455 Tons. 390 H.Р.

Lieut. & Com.-J. H. Corfe 14 Sept. '80 Sub-Lieut.-P. Hewett.... 23 Jan. '79

do. -(N) R Morrisey..12 Feb. '81 Surgeon-L. H. Kellett, M.B... 30 Juue '79 Assist. Paym. in charge-A.

Hume

Engineer-G. S. Cornish

Gunne.-J. S. Rice

8 Apr. '79 .17 Mar. '79

25 Jan. '79

(lic-commissioned at Hongkong, 25th June, 1879).

MOSQUITO, 4. S. Composite Gun-Boat.

    430 (95) Tons. 5) Lieut. and Com.-Hon. F.

R.

Sandilands Sub-Lieut.-John J. Jo y Sub-Lieut.-W. O. Story Surgeon A. McKinlay Assist. Paymaster in charge-

A. K. Tuson

Engineer-T. Scott (b).

Gunner-C. H. Dei: hton

Gunner-C. O. Martin (act.)..24 Jan. '81 (Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 24th June, 1879).

SV. IFT, 5. Double Screw Gun-Vessel. 756 Tons. 1,010 H.P.

Commander-Wm. Collins ...15 Mar. '81

-

Lieut.-V. A. Tisd ll .........15 Mar. '81

do. A. H. Shirley

.15 Mar. '81 Sub-Lieut-F. J. Harwood ...17 July '80 Staff Surgeon-G. B. Murray..15 Mar. '' l'aym.-F. R. C. Whiddon ...15 Mar. '91 Chief Eng.-P. Colquhoun ...21 July. '79 Gunner M. King...

17 July '80

Assist. Eng.-J. W. Hole......15 Mar. '81 (Commsioned at Chatham, 15th Mar., 1881).

(60) H.P.

.14 Sept. '80 1 Oct. '81 .12 Feb. '81 9 Aug. '80

TWEED, 3. Double Screw Iron Gun-Boat· 363 Tons. 340 H.P.

.26 Sept. '79

.17 Mar. '79

.25 Jan. '79

(Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 25th June, 1879).

PEGASUS, 6. S. Composite Sloop.

1,130 Tons.

970 H.P.

Commander-E. F. Day Lieut.-F. Hutchinson..

do. -(N) A. L. Murray. do.-F. G. C. Lang lon Staff Surgeon-A. W. Whitley Paymaster-E. llickson Chief Eng.-W. Rumble Sub-Lieut.-W. B. May Surg. J. O'B. Williams, M D.

8 Feb. '81 5 Mar. '79 .18 Oct. '78 5 Mar. '79 5 Mar. '79

5 Mar. '79 3 Mar. '78

Gunner-N. J. Potter

23 Sept. '80 (Borne in " Victor Emanuel.")

VICTOR EMANUEL, 2. Ship.

5,157 (3,087) Tons. Receiving Ship at Hongkong,

Captain W. H. Cuming...... 2 May '81 (Commodore of the 2nd Class.) Secretary Sidney W. Wright.22 April '79 Commander-J. G. Jones......15 June '80 Lieut.--W. G. Carrow

6 Mar. '79 Nav. Liu-G. W. Balliston.21 Feb. '81 Lient Mr. F. A. Newington.27 May '80 Sto S. 1. D. MacIver, M.D. 8 July '80 Paymas -T. Winterbottom.22 Nov. '78 Surgeon-J.A. MacMunn, B.A.,

M.B.

Assist. Paymaster-C. H. Jones Enginerr-C. Allsop.

5 Mar. '79

5 Mar. '79

5 Mar. '79

19 June '78

..14 July '80

Gunner-C. Mahoney

Boatswain--A. Milton

Gunner-Wm. J. Crothers (act.)5 April'81

Engineer-J. J. Frost

Carpenter G. Reed

Clerk-C. Vivian

(Commissioned at Devonport, 5th

March, 1879).

SHELDRAKE, 4. S. Com. Gun-Boat. 455 Tons. 370 H.P.

Lieut. & Com.-M. L. Bridger 7 Feb. '79 Bub-Lieut.-W. De Salis 7 Mar, '80

  do. (N) W. O. Thur- burn

.10 Jan. '80 Surgeon-H. J. Maddlers, M.D. - Jan. '79 Assist. Paym. in charge-E.

Lunder

4 Mar. '79

Engineer-J. M. Watson 1 April '81 do. -H. G. Burr .........17 Mar, '79

30 Mar. '81

7 July '80

1 July '81

Supernumerary, for disposal.

Carpenter-Geo. B. Maben..

Clerk-A. Wilson

do. C. J. Ferguson

.18 Dec. '78

1 Nov. '79 20 Aug. '81 .20 July '80

4 Jan. '81

The following officers are borne for

various services

Staff Comm.-J. E. Scudamore 29 Dec. '79 Inspector of Machinery-R H.

Sleeman

Engineer-W. B. Rock.

do.

1 May '79

16 Aug. '81

-R. A. Shapcott ...13 Nov. '78

Boatswain-J. Leary........

.15 June '80

For Hongkong Yard.

Engineer-Thus. Scott (d) ...13 July '80

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CHINA SQUADRONS.

     (For reventing heavy gu s.) Chaplain-Rev. C. M. Vau-

ghan, L. Th.

            7 Sept. '81 For Hongkong Hospital. (New Books Opened 1st January, 1881).

VIGILANT. 2. P. Dispatch Vessel. 1000 (835) Tons. 1,810 (250) H.P. Lt. & Com.-Chas. Lindsay

...24 Dec. '80 Lieut.-(N) F. A. A. G. Tate..22 Dec. '80 Sub-Lieut.-H. M. Murphy...17 Ang. '78 Surgeon-J. B. Clibborn .26 Mar. '81 Assist. Paym. in charge-A.

Turner.

Engineer-J. A. Smith Boatswain-J. R. Gibbs..

.22 Dec. '80 22 Dec. '80

.22 Dec. '80

Assist. Engineer-J. G. Stevens 4 Aug. '80

(Re-commissioned at Hongkong, 26th March, 1881.)

WIVERN, 4. Screw.

259

Iron Turret Ship, Armour-plated. 2,750 (1899) Tons. 1,450 (350) H.P. Hongkong.

Chief Engineer-L. M. Green..28 June '78 Gunner Wm. H. Pascoe......27 Sept. '79 Carpenter-Wm. Hansom ... 14 Mar. '78

(Borne in "Victor Emanuel.")

ZEPHYR, 4. Screw Composite Gun-Bout.

433 (308) Tons. 53) (60) H.P. Lieut. and Com.-G. N. A. Pòl-

lard

6 Oct. '80 Sub-Lieut.-A. E. Harford ...31 Aug. '81

do. -(N) T. F. D. Dun-

das

Surgeon-E. R. H. Pollard Assist. Paym. in charge-R. H.

Clark

Engineer--Chas. Welch... Gruner-F. J. Bishop

6 Oct. '80 .11 Aug. '81

6 Oct. '80

7 Jan. '81

6 Aug. '80

(Commissioned at Sheerness, 6th Oct., 1880)

U. S. NAVAL SQUADRON IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

United States Naval Forces on the

Asiatic Station.

Commander in Chief, Rear Admiral-J. M.

B. Clitz

Flag Lieutenant-W. L. Field Secretary Lieutenant-E. B. Barry Aid-Ensign Geo. C. Foulk Fleet Surgeon-A. S. Oberly

do. Paymaster-Ge ›. Cocarane do. Engineer-Philip Inch

do. Marine Officer-Capt. F. H. Cowie

"ALERT."

      3rd Rate. 4 uns. 600 Tons. Commander-Louis Kempff

Executive Officer-Lieut. Thos. Perry Navigator-Lieut. R. G. Peck Wach Officers-Masters A. J. Dabney, Wm. P. Clason, F. H. Holmes, Eusigus P. H. Townley, P. W. Hodges Mate-P. C. van Buskirk

Cadet Midshipmen-A. Cramer, J. F.

Luby, Joseph Beale

Paymaster - Ass', Paymaster J. R. Martin Surgeon--Passed Asst. G. E. H. Harmon Chief Engineer-Chief Eng. Jas. Butter-

worth

Cadet Engineers-F. C. Bieg, Howard

Gage, G. E. Burd

Pay Clerk-B. T. Cubelman Boatswain-T. Sheehan

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U. S. A. NAVAL SQUADRON IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

"ASHUELOT."

     3rd Rate. 6 Guns. 786 Tons. Commander-H. E. Mullan Executive Officer-Lieut. R. M. Cutts Navigator-Lieut. Chas. Seymour Watch Officers-Licuts. D. H. Mahan, H. T. Stocton, Masters F. S. Hotelkin, F. E. Sawyer, Ensign E. D. Bostick Enginers-Passed Assistant Engineers

   Jas. Entwistic, R. R. Leitch Cadet Engineers-C. E. Manning, W. S.

Sample

Paymaster-E. A. Whitehouse Surgeon-Surg. A. M. Owen Paymaster's Clerk--David Mouat Mate-A. F. Callender

"MONOCACY."

3rd Rate. 6 Guns.

Commander-C. S. Cotton

747 Tons.

Executive Officer-O. W. Farenholt Navigator-Lieut. F. P. Gilmore Watch Officers-Lieuts. B. H. Buckingham C. E. Mason, L. P. Jouett, Eusigns B. O. Scott, W. McLean Paymaster-Jos. Foster Surgeon-Jas. A. Hawke Engineers-P. A. Engs. W. L. Nicoll, Assist. Engineer-W. N. Little

Cadet Engineers-W. T. C. Hasson, C. A.

King

Pay Clerk-Francis Maloney

1

"PALOS."

4th Rate. 6 Guns. 306 Tons. Lieut. Commander-F. M. Green Executive Officer-Lieut. S. M Ackley Watch Officers-Master R. H. M. Lean,

Ensigus Chas. Laird, T. M. Potts Prymaster-Asst. Pay master Arthur Pe-

terson

Surgeon-P. Asst. Surgeon C. J. Herndon Engineer-P. A. Engr. F. M. Ashton

"RICHMOND."

2nd Rate. 14 Guns. 2,000 Tons. Flag Ship. Captain--Jam. s Skerritt

Lieutenant Commanders-G. D. B. Glid-

den, E. S. Houston' Lieutenants-J. J. Hunker, B. Noyes Masters--H. H. Barroll, V. L. Cottian,

T. C. de W. Veeder

-

Cadet Midshipmen P. R. Alger, W. T. Truxton, Ed. Simpson, M. K. Eyre, M. C. Gorgas, W. J. Maxwell, F. Swift, T. G. Dewey, T. E. Bunts, Gilbert Wilkes,

W. G. Ford, H. L. Ballentine, H. B. Andrews, S. H. Williamson, J. W. Wilks, E. Carroll, J. McJunkin, J. E Mahoney, S. H. Wright, C. P. George, R. P. Hains, C. H. Lanchheimer P. A. Surgeon-G. F. Rogers Assistant Surgeon-Clement Biddle P. A. Engineer-W. H. Heaton Cadet do. -F. M. Beunett, A. M. Hunt, F. B. Doust, W. F. Webster, Robt. Stewart, J. B. Parsous, M. H. Anderson, F. J. Hogan

Boatswain-J. Mercer Ginner-J. M. Manning

Carpenter-Geo. Fouse

Sailmaker-J. S. Franklin

Paymaster's Clerk-W. O. Underdown

"SWATARA."

3rd Rate. 8 Guns. 1000 Tons. Commander- Cooper Executive Officer-Lieut. Com. Wm. M.

Folger

Navigator-Lieut. E. C. Pendleton Watch Officers--Licuts. J. Hubbard, Mas-

ters S. A Staunton, H. R. Tyler Ensigre- -W. F. Fullam, W. G. David, J. Paker, P. V. Lansdale, J. H. Oliver, E. E. Wright

Cadet Midshipmen-Chas. Cabamiss, E. F.

Leiper

Surgeon-Henry Stewart

P. A. Surgeon-E. H. Green Paymaster-H. T. B. Harris

Engineers-Chief Engr. A. Adamson, P. A. Engr. H. H. Cline, Assist. Engr. W. R. King, Cadet Engrs. H. P. Norton, E. H. Scribner

Marine Officer-1st Lieut. W. F. Spicer | Paymaster's Clerk-J. D. Davidson, Jr.

Warro, Officers-Boatswain,J.T. Barker,

Gurer,

And. Harman, Carpenter, Henry Davis, Sailmaker, Thos. Ward

U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, YOKOHAMA, Surgeon in charge- Med. Inspector N. L.

Bates

Surycon-P. A. Surgeon F. H. Terrill Passed Asst. Surgeon-Thos. H. Streets Assist. Paymaster-H. E. Drury

NAVAL STOREHOUSE, NAGASAKI. Paymaster in charge-W. W. Barry Paymaster's Clerk-J. Barry

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FRENCH NAVAL SQUADRON IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

French Naval Squadron. CHAMPLAIN, 10. Cruiser of 2nd class. 450 H.P. 2,000 Tons. Captain-Dubrot, capitaine de vaisseau Second in Command-Sala ün-Penquer,

lieutenant de vaisseau

Officer of Watch-Mercier, enseigne de

vaisseau

do.

do.

do.

-Reverdit,

-Jaubert,

-Allaire,

do.

do.

do.

Chief Engineer-Aubriot, mécanicien prin-

cipal de 2ème classe

   Paymaster-Guéguen, sous-commissaire Staff Surgeon-Vincent, médecin de lère

classe

Assistant Surgeon-Huas, aide médecin

KERSAINT, 6. Cruiser of 3rd class. 250 H.P. 1,300 Tons. Commander-Rouquette, cap taine de fré-

gate

Second in Command-Gervaise, lieutenant

de vaisseau

Watch Officer-De Montgolfier, enseigne

de vaisseau

do.

do.

-Le Chapelain, do. -Nicol,

do.

do.

do. -Batelot, Paymaster-Imbert, aide commissaire Staff Surgeon-Ardouin, médecin de lère

classe

Assistant Surgeon-Piton, aide médecin

LUTIN, 4. Gunboat. 471 Tons.

100 H.P.

Lieut. and Com.-Rouvier, lieutenant de

vaisseau

Second in Command-Le Fournier, enseigne

de vai-s au

Watch Officer-Le Troter,

do. - Bechon,

do.

do.

Paymaster-Mestrel, aide commissaire

Staff Surgeon-Brouillet, médecin de 2èmo

classe

THEMIS, 18. Frigate of 1st class. 480 H.P. 3,400 Tons. Flagship.

Commander-in-Chief in China and Japan

Waters-Contre Amiral Duperré Captain and Chief of Staff-Baron Alquier,

capitaine de vaisseau

Second in Command-Boulineau, capitaine

de frégate

Fleet Paymaster-Nègre, commissaire ad-

joint

Fleet Surgeon-Talayrach, médecin prin-

cipal

1er Aide-de-camp-Boutet, lieutenant de

vaisseau

2nd Aide-de-camp-Cte. de Carfort, lieute-

nant de vaisseau

Officer of Watch-Granier, licut. de vaisseau

do.

-Drouillard,

do.

do.

- Havard,

do.

do.

--Germinet,

do.

do.

-De Saune,

do.

Fleet Engineer-Vittoz-Gallet, mecanicien

principal de lère classe

ymaster-Rochon du Verdier, aide com-

missaire

Staf Surgeon-Sirot, médicin de 2ème

classe

Midshipman-De Dompierre d'Hornoy,

aspirant de lère classe

Assistant Surgeon-Preux, aide-médecin

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GERMAN SQUADRON IN CHINA AND JAPAN.

S.M.S."STOSCH."

S.M.S."ELISABETH."

Kapitain zur See-von Blanc, Kommand- Kapitain zur Sve-Hollmann, Komman.

ant

do.

Kapitain-Lieutenant-von Reichenbach

dant

Korv tten-Kapitain-von Senden-Bibran Kapitain-Lieut--Herbing

do.

do.

-von Löwenstern

00.

Lieutenant zur See-Landfermann

-von Henk

- Mauve

-Ehrlich I.

do.

do.

do.

-Müllenboff

-Rüdi er

-Thi le

Lieutenant zur See-Fischer

do.

-Scheder

Unter-Lieut. zur See-Kittsteiner

do.

-Bauendahl

do.

--Krause

do.

-Dentel

do.

-Merten

do.

-Selwa tzkopff

do.

-Engel

do.

-Sche.b. 1

do.

-Hentzmann

do.

-Wisl cenus

Stabsarzt-Dr. Kuegler

do.

-Boerner

Assistenzarzt-Weinheimer

Zahlmeister-Riemer

Unter Ingenieur-Hempel

do.

-Se neider

do.

-von Semmern

do.

-Schack

S.M.S. "HERTHA."

Kapitain zur See-von Kall, Kommandant

Korvetten Kapitain-Oldekop

Kapitain-Lieut.-Borters

Oberstabsartzt-Dr. Epping

Assistenzarzt-Dr. Brandstaeter

Unter Ingenieur-Pieffer

Zahlmeister-Prasse

Marine Pfarrer-Heims

S.M. Kвт. "WOLF."

428 R.T.

dant

340 H.P.

4 Guns.

do.

do.

do.

-Subenrauch

-vou Kries

-Has uclever

Lieutenant zur See-Zeye

-Thiele

Unter-Lieut. zur See-Ruetz

do.

do.

do.

do.

do.

do.

-von Moeller -In_enobl

-Erck nrecht -von Pus!au -Paucke

Stabsarzt-Dr. Heinrich

Assistenzarzt-Elste

Unter Ingenieur-Seltmann

Unter Zahlmeister-Bistrau

Pfarrer-Vierthaler

Korvetten-Kapitain-Strauch, Komman-

Lieutenant zur See-Paleske

Unter-Lieut. zur See-Walther

do. do.

-Sommerwerck

-Jacobsen

Assistenzarzt-Dr. Musehold

SM. KBT. "ILTIS." 428 R.T. 340 H.P. 4 Guns.

Kapitain-Lieut.-Klausa, Ko.mandant

Lieut. zur See-Jäckel

do.

do.

Reuss

-Wentzel

-Heinrich XXVI., Prinz

Unter Lieut. zur See-Klincksieck

Assisten: arzt-Dr. Gäbele

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PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS,

DEALING WITH FOREIGNERS.

General Chinese Merchants.

Chun Cheong, 57, Bonham stranḍl.

Chun Cheong Wing, 77, Bonham

strand West.

Chun Cheung, 36, Bonham strand.

****

行沥振

Chun Yuen Hong, 12, Pouham

strand West.

山萬

Fook Cheong Wo, 109, Praya

隆盛福

新添花

West.

Fook Shing Loong, 74, Praya.

Foeng Mow Tim Kee, 44, Praya

West.

Bonham strand West.

行銷

Hau Cheong Yook Kee, 19,

祥和茂

Hing Foong Shing, 62, Bonham

strand West.

TAA Hop Hing Hong, 124, Bonham

strand.

Hop Tai Wo, 3, Bonham strand

West.

Hung Him Tai, 10, Wing Lok

Fong.

司公

隆成

Hung Kee, 22, Bonham strand.

Hung Yik, 72, Praya West.

Kin Foong Hong, 32, Bonham

Kin Tai Loong, 63 Bonham strand

West.

Kwog Yü Cheong, 44, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Yu Wo, 64, Bonham

s' rand.

Man Fook Shing, 62, Bonham

strand.

Man Hing Chan, 85, Bonham

strand West.

Man San, 48, Bonhamn strand.

Man Shun Hong, 16, Bonham

strand West

Min Fat Hong, 72, Bonham strand.

Min Hing Cheung, 70, Praja

West.

Mow Wo Cheung, 40, Wing Lok

Fong.

On Wo Loong, 75, Bonham strand

West.

Saou Shing Co., 8, Wing Lok

Fong.

Shing Loong, 58, Bonham strand,

Tai Cheong Wing, 65, Praya West.

Tai Fung Shun, 71, Bonham

strand.

Tuk Mee Hop Kee, 11, Bonban

8 rand West.

Tung Shang Wo, 1, Bonham strand

W st.

straud West.

strand West.

Kin Nam, 24, Wing Lok Fong.

Tong Tai Shing, 14. Bonham

隆泰乾

茂桂

Kwai Mow, 31, Praya Weet.

行德同

Kwong Cheong Loong, 46, Bonham

吉样永

.fi

strand.

Kwong Cheung Tai, 30, Bonham

strand West.

Kwong Fat Cheong, 70, Bonham

strund

Kwong Fook Wo, 27, Praya West.

Kwong Foong Wo, 54, Bonhamı

strand.

Kwong Man Cheung, 102, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Mow Tai, 98, Wing Lok

F'ong.

Dithi, Kwong "Tai Cheung, 58, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Wing Shing, 46, Bonham

strand West.

Kwong Wing Shun, 101, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Wo Cheung, 64, Bonham

strand.

福永

記和

昌義

Tung Tuk Hong, 68, Wing Lok

Fong.

Wing Cheung Kut, 40, Bonham

stian l.

Wing E Cheong, 64, Praya Wont.

Wing Lee Ching, 50, Bonha

strand.

Wing On Hong, 106, Wing Lok

Fong.

Wing Shing Shun, 59, Bonham

stiand West,

Wing Tung Fook, 56, Bonham

strand West.

Wo Kee, 97, Praya West.

Yau Loong Hong, 16, Praya,

Yee Cheong, 60, Bonham strand.

EA Yee Cheong Ching, Fung Tung

ALIA

39, Wing Lok Fong.

Yee Kee, 67, Praya West.

і

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Yee On Hong, 195, Praya West.

行順怡

Yee Shun Hong, 42, Bonham

strand.

Yee Shun Tai, 66, Bonham strand

West.

strar.d.

Tung Shang Loong, 26, Bonham

泰怡

行發元 隆生元

Yee Tai, 28, Bonham strand West. Yee Yik Hong, 48, Bonham strand. Yuen Fat Hong, 10, Bonham

strand

Yuen Shang Loong, 26, Bonham

strand.

源和永

Yut Loong, 26, Wing Lok Fong.

棧和

美和

General Commission Agents.

Choy Cheong Loong, 25, Praya

West.

棧生義

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Sing Tai, 36, Wing Lok Fong.

Shiu Ting Wo, 143, Wing Lok

Fong.

Sun Tai Lee, 86, Praya West.

隆典泰 棧生泰 Tai Sung Chan, 26, Praya West. 盛祥永

Tai Hing Loong, 35, Wing Lok

Fong.

Wing Yee Yuen, 95, Wing Lok

Fong

Wing Wo Yuen, 85, Praya West.

Wo Chan, 20, Queen street.

Wo Mee, 62, Praya West.

Yau Hing Cheung, 45, Wing Lok

Fong.

Yee Sang Chan, 56, Tionham

strand.

Wing Cheung Shing, 82, Praya

West.

榮德俊

14

Chun Tuk Wing, 14, Queen street.

昌生裕

Yü Sang Cheong, 6, Praya West.

Fook Shang Wo, 66, Wing Lok

Bakers,

Fong.

記巨

E Kü Kee, 18, Praya Central

隆意

E Loong, 35, Endicott's lane.

Fong.

和悅福 Fook Yuet Wo, 86, Wing Lok

和經廣

榮德廣

t là

記明

Kwan Loong Shing, 94, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Hip Wo, 88, Praya West.

Kwong King Wo, 84, Praya West.

Kwong Man Chun, 116, Praya

West.

Kwong Nam Hing, 38, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Shun Loong, 96, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Sang Tye, 107, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Tai Cheong, 184, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Tai Yuen, 93, Praya Cen-

tral.

Kwong Tuk Wing, 53, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Tung Chan, 18, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Yu Foong, 74, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Yuen Tai, 111, Praya.

Kwong Wo Shing,68, Praya West.

Ling Wan, 16, Queen street.

Mee Fook, 100, Praya West.

Ming Kee, 61, Wing Lok Fong.

記和盛泗

Se Shing Wo Kee, 48, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kin Choong, 26, Endicott's lane.

Kwong Wo, 28, Endicott's lane.

Wing Yik, 15, Queen's road East.

Bankers.

Cheung Yuen, 119, Queen's road

Central.

Chung Shun Wo, 94, Wing Lok

Fong.

E Loong, 109, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Hung Cheong, 72, Wing Lok

Fong. Hang Wo, 105, Wing Lok Fong.

Kin Yuen, 87, Wing Lok Fong.

Kwan Kee, 108, Queen's road

Central.

Li Hung, 123, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Lün Fat, 141, Queen's road

Min Wo, 103, Bonham strand.

Shun Cheong, 97, Bonham strand.

Shun On, 107, Bonham strand.

Sze Tye, 68, Wing Lok Fong.

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安德

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Tuen Kee, 97, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tuk On, 51, Bonham strand.

Tung Kut, 147B, Queen's road

Central.

Wai Shun, 87, Bonham strand.

Wing Po Cheong, 64, Queen's road

Central

Wing Wo Sang, 9, Hillier street.

Yau Cheong, 10, Bonham strand.

盛致

泰祐

Yau Tai, 89, Bonham strand. Yu Cheong, 22, Bonham strand.

昇泰

Yü Hang, 51F, Queen's road.

安裕

Yü On, 65, Bonham strand.

盛維

昌元

Yuen Cheong, 99, Bonham strand.

源涡

Yuen Yuen, 115, Queen's road

Central.

盛悅

Barbers.

A Fook, 4, Wellington street.

A Hing. 14, Stanley street.

Nam Sang, 4▲, Wellington street.

Shun Hing Tai, 64, Wellington

street.

Yuet Shing, 4A, Wellington street.

Bird's-nest Merchants.

Kwong Yuen, 24, Queen's road

West.

Man Loong, 148, Queen's road

West.

Wing Hing, 320, Queen's road

West.

Wing Yuen, 250, Queen's road

Central.

A Yee Hop Loong, 111, Jervois street.

隆合義

記輝

Block Makers.

Fi Kee, 19, Endicott's lane.

Hop Lee, 24, Endicott's lane.

Tai Tuk, 38, Gilman's street.

Wo Kee, 33, Endicott's lane.

E3

·全德

Bookbinders.

265

Cheung Shing, 70, Queen's road

Central

Chee Shing, 44, Wellington street.

Fook Shing, 11a, Stanley street.

Hip Hing, 85, Queen's road East.

Lee Shing, 9, Stanley street.

Kee Shing, 52a, Queen' road Cen-

tral.

Man Shing, 34, Wellington street.

Tai Sing, 52, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tin Shing, 56, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Wai Shing, 13, Stanley street.

Yuen Shing, 11, Pottinger street.

Yuen Tai, 35, Wellington street.

Yuet Shing, 34, Wellington street.

Carpenters.

Chun Loi, 237, Queen's road East.

Fung Shing, 27, D'Aguilar street.

Hip Shing, Ahok, 19, D'Aguilar

street.

Kwong Cheong, 20, Wellington

street.

Kwong Fat, 24, Wellington street.

Kwong Loi, 61, Wellington street.

Kwong Shing, 10, Wellington

street.

Kwong Yuet Loong, 6, D'Aguilar

street.

Mow Shang, 21, D'Aguilar street.

Mow Wo, 7, Lyndhurst terrace.

Shing Wo, 23, Wellington street.

Tai Lee, 5, Lyndhurst terrace.

Tai Yik, 18, Lyndhurst terrace.

Tuk Chuen, 30, Queen's road East.

Tuk Mow, 4, Wellington street.

Tuk Tai, 24, Wellington street.

Tung Mow, 99, Wellington street.

Tung Shing, 39, Wellington street.

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Chinaware Dealers.

Fook Hing, 104, Bonhum strand.

King Cheng, 20, Queen's road

West.

266

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Tung Wo, A Ho, 34, Cochrane

street.

FER Wing Cheung, 42, D'Aguilar street.

津和

Wo Shang, 2B, Wellington street.

隆匯

Wui Loong, Yu Look, 12, D'Agui-

lar street.

【經

Chair Makers.

Tee Cheung, 14, Wellington street.

昌福

Yü Tuk, 12, Welington street.

Bha

和裕

Yü Wo, 16, Wellington street.

Charterers.

Cheung Fat Chan, 5GE, Praya

Central.

Foong Yuen, 71, Wing Lok Fong.

Hing Kee & Co., 94, Praya.

A Hop Kee, 86, Wing Lok Fong.

Hung On Tai, 92, Wing Lok Fong. Kum Cheung Tai, 41, Bonham

strand.

泰祥金

Kung On, 58, Praya Central.

Kwong Lee Yuen, 3, Queen street.

局商招湃輪 Lun Shun Chiu Sheung

Kook, 22, Praya (China Merchants' S. N. Co.)

Man Hing Loong, 59c, Praya

Central.

Man On Loong, 95, Bonham

strand.

Man On Wo, 61, Praya Central.

Ming Le Hak Chan, 53, Praya

Central.

Nam Tai, 27, Wing Lok Fong.

公源普

***

A 盛維

興和

Po Yuen Kung Chan, 76,

Wing Lok Fong.

Shing Loong, 58, Bonham strand.

Soey Shing, 90, Bonham strand. Sun Hung, 29, Stanley street.

Sun Wo Yuen, 72, Bonham strand.

Tai Loy Chan, 20, Wing Lok Fong.

Tung Kee Kung Sze, 103,

Wing Lok Fong.

Wai Shing, 129, Queen's road

Central.

Wo Hing, 69, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Kü Loong, 121, Bonham strand.

A Kung Hing, 99, Bonham strand.

馨蕊

Kwong Fook Cheong, 175, Queen's

road West.

Kwong Fook Loong, 113, Bonham

strand

Loong Yuen, 132, Bonham strand.

Ye: Sting, 51, Queen's road.

Cigar Dealers.

He Tai, 51, Queen's road Central.

Kwong Hing Wo, 133, Queen's

road.

Mow Hing, 52a, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Sew Yuen Kee, 244, Queen's road

Central.

Wai Wo, 51A, Queen's road Central.

Wing Po Cheong, 64, Queen's road

Central

Clothiers and Drapers.

fi Atick, 1, Wyndham street.

生怡

Nam Shing, 74A, Queen's Road

Central.

Sam Hing, 49, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

See Wo, 71, Queen's road Central,

Tung Cheong, 95, Queen's road

Central.

Coal Merchants.

Shing Lee, 37, Tung-mun lane.

Wing On Cheung, 67, Praya West.

Wing Kee, 15, Endicott's lane.

Yee Sang, 45, Praya Central.

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HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

267

Contractors.

Fling Yuk, 50, Queen's road East.

Kwong Tuk, 66, First street, West

Point.

Kwong Yuen, 33, Bonham strand.

Kwong Loi, 51, Second street,

West Point.

源德: Tuk Yuen, 57, Queen's road East.

Tung Wah, 73, Queen's road.

Yat Pan Lou, 100A, Queen's roud

Central.

EY Wai Kü, 62, Praya Central.

Fancy Goods Stores.

Cheung Wo, 28, Queen's road.

Chung Shing, 232, Queen's road.

Kwan Tai, 104, Queen's road.

Kwong Hing, 228, Queen's road.

Kwong Tai Shang, 94, Queen's

rond.

Kwong Wo, 52B, Queen's road.

Nam Hing Loong, 93, Queen's road

Central.

Shuey Sang, 168, Queen's road.

Sun Hing, 48, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Hoong Sing, 106, Queen's road,

Yee Tuk, 51, Queen's road East.

泰均

Cotton and Yarn Merchants.

生產廣

Chuen Shing, 154, Queen's road

East.

Chun Cheong Tai, 16, Wing Lok

Fong.

隆興南

Fow Hing Loong, 78, Wellington

street.

Fow Loong, 25, Wing Lok Fong.

典筋

Kin Hing Cheung, 4, Aberdeen

street.

Loong Mow, 67, Bonbam strand. Nam Fun, 8, Bonham strand.

盛泰

泰順香

隆興新

Nam Shun T'ai, 7, Wing Lok Fong.

Sun Hing Loong, 32, Wing Lok

Fong.

Sun Hop Loong, 101, Wing Lok

Fong.

Tai Hing, 133, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

利和

隆悅

Yuet Loong, 23, Wing Lok Fong,

泰和

典義

Dyers.

Se Cheong Tai, 52, Lower Lascar

Row.

Soey Cheong, 4, Gap street.

Wing Yee Cheong, 96, Wellington

street.

Yee Hing, 3, Hillier street.

Eating House Keepers.

Fook Hing Kü, 74, Bonham strand.

Hang Fn Lou, 291, Queen's road

Fa

Central.

# Hang Heung Lou, 122, Queen's Man Fong Lou, 42, Wing Lok

Fong.

Sun Shing, 62, Queen's road.

Tai Shing, 78, Queen's road.

Tung Cheong, 162, Queen's road.

Tung Hing, 18, Queen's road

West.

Wah Loong, 6'), Queen's road.

Wing Cheung, 205, Queen's road

West.

Wo Lee, 68, Queen's road.

Wo Tye, 100, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Yau Cheong, 194, Queen's road

Central.

Yü Shing, 82, Queen's road.

Yeung Hing, 74, Queen's road

Central.

Flour Merchants.

Kwan Yü Yee, 56, Wing Lok Fong,

Kwong Ying Cheong, 90, Wing

Lok Fong.

Kwong Wah Yuen, 54, Wing Lok

Fong.

Leong Yee, 119, Bonham strand.

Sung Tai Loong, 82, Benham

strand.

Wo Kee Chan, 59, Praya.

Ying Kee, 79, Bonham strand

West.

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268

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Furniture Dealers.

Sün Shing, 48, Queen's road West.

泰隆冚

Chu Loong Tai, 15B, Queen's road

Central.

Wing Fat, 14, Queen's road West.

Wing Hop Loong, 16, Queen's road

Insurances.

司公險保局商招 Chiu Sheung Kook

Po Him Kung Sze, 22, Praya (China Merchants' S. N. Co., agents).

Man On Ins. Co., 9, Queen's

Kwong Lee Cheung, 37, Queen's

road Central.

Gold Dealers.

West.

德永 Wing Tak, 26, Queen's road West.

隆裕

Yü Loong, 164, Queen's rond Cer-

tral.

和志

盛全 昌恒 典麗 隆麗 生麗 生南 典寶 昌生

Chee Wo, 69, Bonham strand,

Cheong Yuen, 64, Wing Lok Fong. Cheong Shing, 52, Wing Lok Fong.

Chüen Shing, 29, Bonham strand.

Hung Cleong, 60, Wing Lok Fong.

Lai Hing, 71, Bonhain strand.

Lai Loong, 39, Bonham strand.

Lai Sang, 35, Bonham strand.

A

Ld., 8, Praya..

Nam Sang, 53, Bonham strand.

Po Hing, 45, Bonham strand.

利福

Sang Cheong, 62, Bonham strand.

隆盛

源匯

Wing Shig Loong, 24, Bonham

strand.

Wui Yuen, 60, Wing Lok Fong.

興怡

隆怅:

Yee Loong, 109, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

安宜

Gold and Silver Smiths.

Chai Nam, 72, Wellington street.

East.

Chuen Shing, 57, Queen's road

East.

Cheong Hing, 5, Queen's road

road West.

司公限有險保泰安 On Tai Ina. Co

Iron Dealers.

Fook Lee, 4, Hillier strect.

Leong Man Wing, 1, Jervois

street.

Shiu Loong, 10, Hillier street.

Yee Hing, 16, Kwong-yün street

East.

Yee On, 19, Hillier street.

Wing Lee, 152, Queen's road Cen.

tral.

Iron and Copper Smiths.

Chun Nam, 70, Wellington street.

昌泗

昌怡

昌利 Lee Cheong, 145, Queen's road. 昇利

Lee Sing, 24A, Queen's road. Wing Chun, 62, Wellington street. Wung Hing, 69, Queen'sroad East.

隆駿

隆均

Gun Makers.

Chün Sing, 190, Queen's road West.

Chun Loong, 156, Queen's road

West.

Kwan Loong, 67, Queen's road

West.

Lee Nam, 8, Endicott's lane.

Sun Cheong, 346, Queen's road

West.

Sze Cheong, 342, Queen's road

West.

Tung Yik, 65B, Wellington street.

Yee Cheong, 33, Queen's road.

Iron Founders.

Hip Yuen, 99, Queen's road East.

Kwong Hip Loong, 24, Gilman's

street.

Toong Sing, 175, Queen's road

East.

Wo Sing, 15, Gilman's street.

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HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Japan ware Dealers.

興絡

Kwong Wing Tai Chan, 138,

Queen's roal Central.

road West.

Kwong Wing Sang, 242, Queen's

Lock Hing, 12, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Loong Shing, 32, Queen's road

Central.

棧盛三

Sam Shing Chan, 102, Queen's

road Central.

Toong Cheong Loong, 229, Queen's

road Central.

順安

隆和裕

269

Kum Lee Yuen, 76, Bonham

strand.

Kwong Wo Loong, 39, Bonham

strand.

Man Yuen Tong, 34, Bonham

strand.

On Shun, 133, B ›nham strand.

Tung Shun Wo, 77, Bonham

strand.

Wing On Cheong, 17, Bonham

strand.

Wing Tung Fook, 51, Bonham

strand West.

Yü Wo Loong, 66, Bonham strand.

Mat and Bag Sellers.

Cheong Lee, 7, Graham street.

Cheong Loong, 30, Bonham strand.

ĦAM

隆泰

昌會

和浴

Ching Kut, 79, Bonham strand.

Fook Cheong, 132, Wing Lok

Fong.

Fook Wo, 116, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Hing Cheong, 130, Graham street.

Hip Lee, 154, Bonham strand.

Kwong Cheong, 59, Praya Central.

Kwong Ye Wo, 121, Wing Lok

Fong.

Kwong Hop, 120, Graham street.

Shing Cheong, 47, Bonham strand

West.

S'ing Yik, 5, Bouham strand.

Tai Hing, 67, Bonham strand

West.

Tai Loong, 80, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tuk Lee, 1, Queen's road Cen-

trai.

Tung Cheong, 61, B nham strand.

Tung Fat, 101. Bonham strand.

Wing Cheong, 10, Queen street.

Wui Cheong, 81, Bonhan straud.

Yü Wo, 93, Queen's road Central.

Medical Shops.

Fook Yun, 50, B-nham stran 1.

Him Shun Cheung, 53, Bonham

strand West.

Milkmen.

Cheung Kee, 233, Queen's road

East.

Hing Kee, 38, Cochrane street.

A Hop Wo, 17, Shelley street.

三潤

源巨

成天

Shing On Lee, 36, Stanley street.

Yun Hop, 5, Cochrane street.

Oil Dealers.

Chun Cheong Wing, 77, Bonham

strand.

Hip Shing, 189, Wing Lok Fong.

Kü Yueu, 210, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tin Shing, 131, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tin Yik, 41, Bonham strand West.

Ying Tai Loong, 13!, Queen's road.

Opium Dealers.

生招

Man Wo Sang Co., Opium Farmers, 146, Wing Lok Fong.

Yan Wo Kung Sze, 3, Cleverly

street.

Shun Ye Kung Sze, 10, Bon-

bam strand.

Chap Shing Kung S e, 86, Bon-

ham strand.

Cheung Yuen, 191, Jervois street.

Ching Loong, 47, Jervois street.

Chuen Hing, 125, Jervois atreet.

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270

源痘

泰履

HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Fook Yuen, 91, Jervois street.

Fou Sang. 36c, Bonham strand.

Kin Hing Cheung, 4, Wellington

street.

King Wo, S5, Jervois street.

Ku Yuen, 87, Jervois street.

Kwong Leong. 72, Jervois street.

Kwong Shing Lee, 34, Wing Lok

Fong.

Lee Tai, 68, Jervois street.

Man Chuen, 109. Jervois street. Man Yuen, 115, Jervois street.

Min Yuen, 23, Hillier street. Sang Yuen, 74, Jervois street.

源天

Tin Yuen, 97, Jervois street.

Yee Yuen, 117, Jervois street.

Yuet Wo, 113, Jervois strect.

源怡 利憶

Opium (prepared) Dealers.

Chun Yuen, 124, Wing Lok Fong.

Fook Loong, 89, Jervois street.

隆泰

牛菜

MI

Chee Wo, 86, Bonham stran 1.

源春

盛桃

源麗

Lai Yuen, 52, Bonham strand.

昌和

Shiu Loong, 57, Bonham strand.

Ping Kec, 25, Jervois street.

Painters.

記燦 Chan Kee, 41, Endicott's lane.

E Tai, 27, Stanley street.

Nam Cheong, 3, Tung-n,un lanc.

順安

On Shun, 4, Gilman street.

On Wo, 18. Gilman street.

g Ek Shing Le, 2, Tung Tak lane.

street.

Pawnbrokers.

Cheung Tai, 99, Queen's road West. Chun Shing, 135, Bonliam street. Him Kut, 124, Jervois street.

Him Yun, 267, Queen's road

West.

Kung On, 202, Queen's road West.

Lee On, 51, Queen's road Central.

Leong Yik. 84, Wellington street.

Shun Hang, 215, Queen's road

Central.

Tai Loong, 37, Queen's road.

Yik Sang, 87, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Photographers.

Afong, Queen's road Central.

Hung Cheong Shing, 32, Queen's

rond Central.

Nga Chan, 80, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Pun Lun, 52a, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Pun Wo, 56, Queen's road Central.

To Shing, 40, Stanley street.

Central.

Wing Cheung, 58, Queen's road

Wo Cheong, 108, Queen's road

Central.

Piece Goods Merchants.

隆昌晉

隆晋

泰福

隆源逢

成順

Shun Shing, 62, Wellington

順泰

Tai Shun. 137, Queen's road East.

吉謙

義灣

Wing Hing. 20, Tung-mun lane.

Tee E, 30, D'Aguilar street.

Cheung Loong, 51, Jervois street.

Ching Lun, 135, Queen's road

Central.

Choy Cheong, 43, Bonham strand.

Chun Cheong Loong, 49, Jervois

street.

Cann Loong. 11, Queen's road

Central.

Fook Tai, 139, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Fung Yuen Long, 53, Jervois

street.

Fung Yuen Yuen, 70, Jervois

street.

Him Chuen Yik, 57, Jervois street.

Him Kut, 13, Bouham strand.

Hing Kee, 83, Jervois street.

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HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

A Hop Cheong Loong. 86, Jervois

street.

King Cheong, 61, Jervois street.

King Tai, 69, Jervois street.

Ko Loong Tai, 33, Jervois street.

Kwong Shiu Loong, 39, Jervois

street.

Kwong Fook Loong. 41, Jervois

street.

Kwong Loong Yuen, 19, Jervois

street.

MKwong Yü Lün, 5, Jervois street.

綸裕廣

彰濃

華麗

Lai Cheong, 78, Jervois street.

Lai Wa, 9, Queen's road Central.

Lai Wo Tai, 17, Jervois strect.

泰和碍 隆昌美 Me Cheong Loong, 81, Jervois

昌和

street.

隆璋美

Me Cheong Loong, 84, Jervois

street.

裕信

記泰

*

隆信

泰昌怡

Me Lün, 75, Jervois street.

Sang Cheong Loong, 27, Jervois

street.

Shiu Lün, 143, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Shiu Wo, 13, Jervois street.

Shun Loong, 14, Wing Lok Fong.

Soey Cheung, 15, Jervois street.

Soey Loong, 3, Jervois street.

Soey Yuen, 24, Jervois street.

Sun On Loong, 76, Jervois street.

Portrait Painters.

271

Shing Yuen, 56, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Wo Cheong, 1088, Queen's road

Central.

Yan Cheong, 22, Wellington street.

Yee Hing, 52, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tee Chun, 52a, Wellington street.

Rattan Dealers.

Chuen Lee, 254, Queen's road

West.

King Kec, 134, Queen's road East,

Mow Hing Cheong, 120, Queen's

road.

Shun Yü, 193, Praya West.

Tai Kee, 21, Tsze Mi lane.

Wing Hing Cheong 262, Praya

West.

Rattan Chair Makers.

昌連

Sun Tai Loong, 48, Jervois street.

Tai Lun, 96, Jervois street.

註榮

Tai Cheong, 7, Jervois street.

Wing Fung Tye, 43, Jervois street.

昌和

Wing Hang, 96, Jervois street.

Wing Tai Cheung, 20, Jervois

street.

Wo Lun, 35, Jervois street.

Yan Loong, 23, Jervois street.

Yat Loong, 11, Jervois street.

Yee Cheong Tai, 21, Jervois street.

Ying Lun, 37, Jervois street.

Chong Kee, 123. Queen's road

East.

Cheung Wo, 59, Queen's road East.

Lin Cheong, 153, Queen's road

East.

Loong Hing, 76, Queen's road

East.

Tsun Lee, Queen's road West.

Wing Kee, 42, Queen's road East. Wing Tye, 127, Queen's road East.

Wo Cheong, 7, Queen's road Enst.

Yee Sing, 3, Queen's road East.

Rice Merchants.

Choy Chan, 118, Bonham strand

West.

Choy Shing, 100, Wing Lok Fong.

A Hop Chan, 172, Wing Lok Fong.

Kung Yuen, 112, Wing Lok Fong.

Yuet Loi Shing, 55, Jervois street.

聚廣

Kwong Choy, 66, Queen's road

West.

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HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Kwong Him Wo, 56, Bonbar

Ship Compradores.

strand.

Lok Fong.

Kwong Hop Loong, 140, Wing

Kwong Wo, 115, Praya West.

Cheong Kee, 24, Eudicott's lane.

源茂

Mow Yuen, 181, Praya West.

Cheung Hop, 18, Endicott's lane.

Naw Hing, 174, Wing Lok Fong.

Cheung Kee, 51, Praya Central.

Po Loong, 108, Praya West.

和正

益泰

興達

Tai Yik, 84, Wing Lok Fong.

Tat Hing, 166, Queen's road West. Tung Foong, 99, Wing Lok Fong.

興發

茂和

盛和

Tung Mow, 201, Bonham strand.

Tung On, 142, Wing Lok Fong.

Wing Fung Yuen, 51, Bonham

strand.

Wing Loong, 21, Bonham strand.

Wing On Cheong, 131, Praya

West.

Wo Mow, 80, Bonham strand.

Wo Shing, 149, Wing Lok Fong.

Wung Yuen, 73, Praya West.

Yee Tak, 126, Praya West.

Sail Makers,

Chim Shun, 47, Praya West.

記亮

Leong Kee, 29, Wing Lok Fong.

記總成

Yee Shing Chee Kee, 45, Hing

Ling street.

Saltpetre & Sulphur Dealers.

Fou Loong, 25, Wing Lok Fong.

AUTE

昌凄 隆萬

生茂

Chune Wo, 29, Praya Central. Chung Wo, 30, Endicott's lane. Fat Hing, 4, Queen's road West. Fook Kee, 9, Pottinger street.

Foon Kee, 19, Cochrane street. Hoo Tye Loong, 45, Praya Central.

Lin Cheong, 65, Wing Lok Fong.

Man Loong, 24, Webster street.

Mow Sang, 33, Wing Hing lane.

和南 Nam Wo, 17, Stanley street.

泰成

生泰

彰水

Cheong Kee, 14, Hillier street.

隆阜

隆合新

Kwong Tik Cheong. 1, Praya Cen-

tral.

Sun Hop Loong, 101, Wing Lok

Fong

Wang Cheong Tai, 21, Wing Lok

Fong.

Yat Chrong, 26, Wing Lok Fong.

Shing Hing, 56F, Praya Central. Shing Ki, 4, Webster street. Shing Tai, 14, Endicott's lane. Soey Lee, 23, Endicott's lane. Tai Keo, 1, Webster street..

Tai Sang, 25, Endicott's lane.

Tung Kee, 33, Praya Central.

Tuk Lee, 59, Praya Central.

Wah S..ng, 56в Praya Central.

Wing Cheong, 7, Endicott's lane.

Wing Tye Loong, 39, Endicott's

lane.

Yau Kee, 52, Praya Central.

Yung Kee, 47, Praya Central.

Ship Wrights.

Fung Hling, 229, West Point.

Hop Lee, 162, West Point.

Hip Shing. 309, West Point,

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HONGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Kwong Lee, 118, West Point.

利信

Shün Lee, 29, Praya East.

利和

Wo Lee, 38, Praya East.

記文

盛南

興華

Shoe Makers.

Cheong Shing, 9, Queen's road

彰宏

East.

Cheung Shing, 45, Queen's road

273

Man Kee, 41, Queen's road East.

Num Shing, 74, Queen's road Cen.

tral.

Tung Cheong, 95, Queen's road

Central.

Tung Hing, 15, Queen's road East.

Wah Hing, 70, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Wang Cheong, 163, Queen's road

East.

Yan Cheong, 35, Wellington street,

興合

East.

Hing Sing, 18, Wellington street.

A Hop Hing, 108, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

昇站

East.

來義

Hung Kee, 38, Wellington street. Kee Sing, 20, Lyndhurst terrace. Kin Sing, 31, Queen's road East. Kwong Hing, 83, Queen's road 生南 Nam Sang, 66, Queen's road East. Nam Sing, 13, Lyndhurst terrace.

Yee Loi, 11, Queen's road East.

記源蕭

盛達

章裕

Yip Cheong, 20, Wellington street.

Yuen Hing, 22, West Point.

Sweetmeat Sellers.

Tea Merchants.

Shiu Yuen Kee, 24, Queen's road

Central.

Sang Mow, 114, Wing Lok Fong.

Tat Shing, 5, Queen's road Central. Ting Tai Hing, 312, Queen's road

West.

Yü Cheong, 129, Queen's road

Central.

成巨

Timber Yards.

Kü Shing, 82, Queen's road West,

Kwan Tai, 140, Queen's road West,

泰均 和三 Sum Wo, 103, Queen's road East. Sang Loong, 97, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Tai Hang, 91, Queen's road East.

Tung Mow, 196, Praya West.

Wing Loong, 91, Wellington street,

Yee Tai, 116, Queen's road.

隆濟

Chai Loong, 8, East street.

茂怡

Choy Chun, 63в, Praya Central. Choy Fong, 16, Bonham strand.

E Mow, 320, Queen's road.

亨泰

祥和萬

Man Wo Cheung, 252, Queen's

road.

泰怡

隆盛新

Shun Shing Loong, 241, Queen's

road West.

Tailors.

Cheong Sing, 66, Queen's road

蕭永朱

Central.

隆荷

利開

Hoi Lee, 112, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Hung Sing, 31, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

順萬

安均

Kwan On, 72, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

南悅

Tobacconists.

Cuü Wing Lan, 90, Jervois street,

Họ Loong, 73, Jervois street.

Man Shing, 67, Jervois street,

Man Shun, 291, Queen's road.

Yuet Nam, 200, Yueen's road West

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HÒNGKONG-PRINCIPAL CHINESE HONGS.

Vermillion Merchants.

記祥和算 Kvan Wo Cheung Kee, 14,

D'Aguilar street.

Lun Yik, 60, Hollywood road.

Shun Hing, 68, Wellington street.

Tai Hing, 21, B ›nham strand.

和太

Tai Wo, 22, Queen's road West.

Wing Kut, 131, Queen's road Cen-

tril.

Yan Wo, 75, Wellington street.

Washermen.

Shing Kee, 8, D'Aguilar street.

Sze Yik, 295, Queen's road East.

Tung Lec, 23, D'Aguilar street.

Wung Kee, 6, Wellington street.

Yow Kee, 32, Wellington street.

記有 昌元 Yuen Cheong, 130, Queen's road

East.

Watch Makers.

Af Cheung Hing, 2", D'Aguilar street.

記凌何

Ho Ling Kee, 18, Bonham strand.

Chon Cheong 3", D'Aguilar street.

Hang Kos, 6. ¡Iollwood rond.

Hung Yik, 13. D'Aguilar street.

記廷何 昌利 記滿劉

和合

Hup Wo, 23, Cochrane street.

記德

Ho Ting Kee, 125, Queen's road

Central.

Lee Cheong, 145, Queen's road

Central.

Low Moon Kec, 16, Mercer street,

Tuk Kee, 107, Queen's road Cen-

tral.

Kit Kee, 285, Queen's road East.

記堯

Yu Kee, 95, Queen's road Central

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THE HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

道諾畢亞

巷秀亞

里安同

道成文

街大成文

約西咸文

街者列必

街者列必

街貨洋

道城椼

ABERDEEN STREET, Ap-pa-tin Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Caine Road.

A-CHUNG'S LANE, Kwok Tsung Kai, from Lower Lascar Row to

'Ng-kwai Lane.

.

ALBANY ROAD, A-pan-ni T, from Upper Albert Road to Peak

Road.

ALBANY STREET, A-pan-ni Kai, from Queen's Road East to Praya

East.

ALBERT ROAD, A-li pat T, from Queen's Road Central to Wynd-

ham Street.

ALBERT ROAD UPPER, A-li-pat Shenng To, from Albert Road, by

the Government Gardens to Caine Road.

ALEXANDRA TERRACE, A-li-shan-ta Kai, from Old Bailey to Shelley

Street.

ALGAR COURT, A-li-ka Hong, from Queen's Road West to Firs

Street.

AN FUNG LANE, An-fung Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

ARBUTHNOT ROad, A-pat-nok To, from Caine Road to Hollywood

Road.

A-Sow's LANE, A-san Hong, from Market Street to Caine Road.

ASTOR BUILDINGS, Tung On Li, from Staunton Street to Aberdeer

Street.

BATTERY ROAD, Pau-toi To, from Sailors' Home to Pokfolu n Road.

BEACONSFIELD ARCADE, opposite City Hall.

BLACKSMITHS' LANE, Tu-tit Hong, from Fung Un Lane.

BONHAM ROAD, Man-ham Tò, from Caine Road to Pokfolum Road

BONHAM STRAND, Man-ham Tai Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Queen's Road West.

BONHAM STRAND WEST, Man-hạm Sai Yook, from Bonham Straud

to Prava West.

BRIDGES STREET, Pit-lit-che Kai, from Shing Wong Street to

Tai-ping Shan Street.

BRIDGE STREET, Pit-lit-che Kai, from Leighton Hill Road †

Morrison Hill Road.

BURD STREET, Pat Kai, from Mercer Street to Cleverly Stree.

BURROWS' STREET, Pa-lo Kai, from Wanchai Road to Prava East

CAINE ROAD, Kia Tò, from Arbuthnot Road to Bonham Road,

CANTON BAZAAR, Yeung Fo Koi, Queen's Road East, opposite H. M

Naval Yard.

CAROLINE HILL ROAD, Ka-lo-lin Shan To, round Caroline Hill.

CASTLE ROAD, Wai-shing To, from Caine Road to Rolins on Road

West.

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HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

CASTLE STEPS, Wai-shing Kai-kup, from Seymour Road to Robinson

Road.

CENTRAL MARKET, Chung Wan Kai-shi, from Queen's Road Central

to l'rava Central.

E CENTRE STREET, Ching Kai, from Praya West to Bonham Road.

CHANCERY LANE, Chan shi-li Hong, from Arbuthnot Road to Old

Bailey Street.

CHEUNG HING STREET, Cheung Hing Kai, from Hollywood Road to

Lower Lascar Row.

CHEUNG KANG LANE, Cheung Kang Li, from Queen's Road East.

CHEUNG SHING LANE, Cheung Shing Li, from Caine Road to Tai-

ping Shan Street.

CHEUNG ON LANE, Cheung On Li, from Centre Street.

CHINA BAZAAR, Chung-kwok Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Prava Central.

CHUK HING LANE, Chuk hing Li, off Gage Street.

CHUK LIN LANE, Chuk-lin Li, off Gap Street.

CHUNG WO LANE, Chung Wo Li, from Staunton Street.

CIRCULAR PATHWAY, Kung In Hong, from Gough Street Steps to

Ladder Street.

CLEVERLY STREET, Kap-pi-li Kai, from Praya Central to Queen's

Road Central.

COCHRANE STREET, Kok-lun Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Gage Street.

COMMISSARIAT LANE, Kam-se-li Hong, from Queen's Road East to

Commissariat Wharf.

CROSS LANE, Kau-ka Hong.

CROSS STREET, Kau-ka Tò, from Wanchai Road to Spring

Garlens.

D'AGUILAR STREET, Tak ki-la Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Wyndha Street.

DUDDELL STREET, To-te-li Kai, from Queen's Road Central, next

to Ice House Street.

EAST STREET, Tai ping Shan Tung Kai, from Queen's Road Central

to Tai-ping Shan Market.

ELGIN STREET, I-li-kan Kai, from Staunton Street to Hollywood

Road.

ELIN TERRACE, I-li-ken Toi, from Shelley Street to Caine Road.

EZRA LANE, E-sz-la Hong, off Pottinger Street.

FAT HING STREET, Fut Hing Kai, from Hollywool Roa! to Queen's

Road West.

1- FIRST STREET, Tai yat Kai, from New East Street to Pokfolum

里興福

Road.

FRENCH STREET, Fat-lang-sai Kai, from Battery Road to Praya

West.

FUR HING LANE, Fuk Hing Li, from Jarlin's Bazaar.

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街厘禧

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

FUK ON LANE, Fuk On Li, Market Street, Tai p.ng Shan.

277

GAGE STRELT, Kit-chi Kai, from Lyndhurst Terrace to Aberdien

Street.

GAP STREFT, Cho-tü Shan Kai, from Hollywood Road to Queen's

Road West,

GALDEN ROAD, Fa-ün To, from Albert Road by the East side of

the Government Gardens to Kobinson Road.

GARDEN LANE, Fa-ün Hong, Shek-tong Tsui.

GIBB'S LANE, Kip-sz Hong, from Queen's Road Central to Prays

Central.

GILMAN'S BAZAAR, Ki-li-man San Kai, from Queen's Road Central

to Praya Central.

GILMAN STREET, Ki-li-man Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central.

GOUGH STREET, Ko-fu Kai, from Aberdeen Street to Queen's Road

Central.

GRAHAM STREET, Ka-ham Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Staunton Street.

GUTZLAFF STREET, Kwok-sz lap Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Lyndhurst Terrace.

HAU FUNG LANE, Hau Fung Li, from Ship Street.

HEARD STREET, Hot Kai, from Wanchai Road to Praya East.

HEUNG LANE, Heung Kai, from Queen's Road West to Bonham

Strand West.

HI LUNG LANE, Hilung Hong, from Queen's Road East to St.

Francis Street.

HIGH STREET, KO Kai, from Bonham Road to Pokfolum Road.

TILL LANE, Shan Hong, from Hospital Hill Road.

HILL ROAD, Shan Tò, from Pokfolum Road to Middle Street.

HILL ROAD, Shan Kai, from Pokfolum Road to Middle Street.

HILLIER STREET, Hi-li Kai, from Praya Central to Queen's Road

Central.

HILLIER STREET SOUTH, Hi-li Nam Kai.

HING LUNG STREET, Hing Lung Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central,

HHING WAN STREET, Hing Wan Kai, from King Sing Street to

里仁典

道活李荷

道館醫

街廠冰

Lung On Street.

HING YAN LANE, Hing Yan Li, from Upper Station Street.

HOLLYWOOD ROAD, Ho-li-wut Tò, from Pottinger Street to Queen's

Road West.

HOSPITAL HILL LANE, I-kun Shan Hong, from Queen's Road West.

HOSPITAL ROAD, I-kun Td, from Bonham Road to New East Street.

ICE HOUSE STREET, Ping-chong Kai, from Praya Central to Albert

Road, at Peddar's Hill.

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街益

HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

IN ON LANE, In On Li, from Praya West to Queen's Road West.

I WO STREET, I Wo Kai, near the Sugar Refinery.

YI YIK LANE, I Yik Kai, from Middle Street.

JARDINE'S BAZAAR, Cha-tin Kai, from Praya East to Shau-ki Wàn

Road.

JERVOIS STREET, Cha-wai Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Morrison Street.

JOZE LANE EAST, Tso-shi Tung, from Ladder Street.

JOZE LANE WEST, Tsc-shi Sai, from Tank Lane.

KAI MING LANE, Kai Ming Li, from Queen's Road East near H.M.

Naval Yard.

KAI UN LANE, Kui Un Li, from Peel Street.

KAT ON STREET, Kat Oa Kai, from King Sing Street to Lung On

Street.

KAT SING LANE, Kat Sing Li, from Ladder Street.

KAU U FONG, Kau- Fong, from Goush Street to Wellington

Street.

KEEN UN LANE, Kin Un Li, from Praya East.

A HAKI LING LANE, Ki Ling Li, from Queen's Road West to Praya

坊上街梯樓

West

KING SING STREET, King Sing Kai, from Queen's Road East.

KIN SOW COURT, Kin Sau Li, from Gage Street.

KING STREET, Wong Kai, from Pennington Street to Nullah.

KING WILLIAM STREET, Wai-lam Wong Kai, from Pennington

Street to Sea Wal.

KOM U STREET, Kom U Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

KO KI ALLEY, Að Ki, from Wellington Street to Stanley Street.

KUNG SHUN LANE, Kung Shun Li, in First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

KWAI WA LANE, Kwai Wà Li, from Hillier Street to Cleverly

Street.

KWONG FUNG LANE, Kwong Fung Li, in Battery Road.

KWONG FOCK LANE, Kwong Fuk Li, from Upper Station Street to

Lower Caine Road,

KWONG-YUN STREET EAST, Kwong Un Tung Kai, from Bonham

Strand to Praya Central.

KWONG-YUN STREET WEST, Kw ng Un Sai Kai, from Bonham

Strand to Praya Central.

LADDER STREET, Lau tai Kai, from Queen's Road Cectral to Bon-

ham Road.

LADDER STREET TERRACE, UPPER, Lau-tai Kai Sheung Fong, from

Ladder Street.

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HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

279

LADDER STREET TERRACE, LOWER, La-tai Kai Ila Fong, from

Ladder Street.

LAMONT'S INE, Lam-man Hong, from Fúk Hung Lané.

LAN KWAI FONG, Lan-kwai Fong, in D'Aguilar Street.

BL LASCAR ROW, UPPER, Mo-lo Sheung K, from Ladder Street to

West Street.

TLASCAR ROW, LOWER, Mo-lo Ha King, from Ladder Street to Fat

A

里泰華梁

*

*

里明文

街市街

街沙孖

Hing Street.

LAU U LANE, Lau U Li, in High Street.

LEIGHTON HILL ROAD, Lai-tun Shan Tò, round bottom of Leight

Hill.

LEUNG WA TAI LANE, Leung Wà Tai Li, in Queen's Road West,

LUNG ON STREET, Lung On Kai, from Nullah Lane.

LYNDHUR T TERRACE, Lun-hat-sz Kai, from Wellington Street to

Hollywood Road.

MAN HING LANE, Man Hing Li, off Peel Street.

MAN MING LANE, Man Ming Li, from Ship Street.

MAN WA LANE, Man Wà Li, from Bonham Strand to Praya

Central.

MARKET STREET, Kai-shi Kai, from Ladder Street to l'ò Yan Street,

MATHESON STREET, Mat-ti-shan Kai, from Shan-ki Wan Roal tɔ

Perceval Street.

MERCER STREET, Ma-sha Kai, from Boubam Strand to Queen's

Road Central.

MIDDLE STREET, Chung Kai, from Battery ill to Slaughter House,

MING TAK LANE, Ming Tak Li, from Market Street.

MORRISON HILL ROAD, Ma-li-sun Shan Tô, from Observation l'lace

to Wanchai Gap.

MORRISON STREET, Ma-li-sun Kai, from Bonham Strand to Queen's

Road Central.

MOSQUE JUNCTION, Mo-lo Miu Kau Kai, from Robinson Road to

Shelley Street.

MOSQUE STREET, Mo-lo Miu Kai, from Robinson Road to Peel Street,

MOSQUE TERRACE, Mo-lo Miu Toi, from Robinson Road to Pl

Street.

KE MURRAY PATHWAY, Ma-li King, from Queen's Road Central to the

Government Offices.

NEW EAST STREET, San Tung Kai, from Praya West to Bonbar

Road.

NEW WEST STREET, San Sai Kai, from Praya to Bonham Road.

No KWAI LANE, Ny Kwai Fong, from Upper to Lower Hollywood

Road.

* NULLAH LANE, Shek Shui-ki Hong, from King Sing Street to

Praya.

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HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

* OLD BAILEY STREET, O-lo Pi-li Kai, from Hollywood Road to

里桂扳

街打必

街:梨卑

街頓寕邊

街華思巴

街仁普

約中旁海

約西旁海

甲龍盤

Caine Road.

ON NING LANE, On Ning Li, from Battery Road to Praya.

ON WAI LANE, On Wai Li.

ON WO LANE, On Wo Li, from Queen's Road Central to Gough

Street.

PAN KWAI LANE, Pin Kuai Li, from Wo Fung Street.

PECHILI TERRACE, Pit-chi-li Toi, from Peel Street to Shelley

Street.

PEDDAR'S STREET, Pit-ta Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Praya

Central.

PEEL STREET, Pi-li Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Robinson

Road.

PENNINGTON STREET, Pin-ning-tun Kai, from Mint to Shau-ki

Wàn Road.

PERCEVAL STREET, Pa-sz-wà Kai, from Shau-ki Wan Road to

Praya.

POKFOLUM ROAD, Pok-u Lam Tò, from Queen's Road West to Pok-

folum,

POTTINGER STREET, Po-tin-cha Kai, from Praya Central to Holly-

wood Road.

POUND LANE, Pong Hong, from Hollywood Road to Rutter's Lane.

PO YAN STREET, Pò Yan Kai, from Gap Street to Market Street.

PRAYA CENTRAL, Hoi-pong Chung Yeuk, from Wardley Street to

Boubam Strand,

PRAYA EAST, Hoi-pong Tung Yeuk, from Eastern Market to East

Point.

PRAYA WEST, Hoi pong Sai Yeuk, from Benham Strand to Shek-

tong Tsui.

PUN LUNG LANE, Pun-lung Li, off Queen's Road East.

QUEEN'S ROAD CENTRAL, Wong-huu Tai To, from the Western

Main Guard to West End of Hollywood Road.

★ QUEEN'S ROAD EAST, Wong-hau Tai To Tung, from the Western

街士

街打律

Main Guard to Warchai Market.

QUEEN'S ROAD WEST, Wong han Tai Tó Sai, from West End of

Hollywood Road to Pokfolum Road,

QUEEN STREET, Wong-hau Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

ROBINSON ROAD, Lo-pin-sun To, from Albany Road to Bonham

Road.

ROYAL MINT STREET, Chu tsin Kuk Kai, from Jardine's Bazaar to

Mint.

ROZARIO STREET, Lò se-li Kai, from Ladder Street to Tank Lane.

RUSSELL STREET, L1-8z-li Kai, from Bowrington Canal to Perceval

Street.

RUTTER LANE, Lat-ta Kai, from Pò Yan Street to Upper Station

Street.

Hij Sar Luna LANH, Sai Lung Li, from Queen's Road West.

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*

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HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

SAI ON LANE, Sai On Li, from Battery Road to Praya.

281

SAI WA LANE, Sai Wà Li, from Pokfolum Road to New West

Street.

SAI Woo LANE, Sai U Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

SALT FISH STREET, Hàm U Kai, from New East Street.

SAM TO LANE, Sam To Li, from Battery Road.

SAU WA FONG, Sau-wa Fong, frou Queen's Road East to St.

Francis Street.

SCOTT LANE, Sz kat Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Praya

Central.

SECOND STREET, Tai I Kai, from Hospital Road to Pokolum

Road.

SEYMOUR Road, Sai-mo Tò, from Bonham Road to Robinson

Road.

SEYMOUR TERRACE, Sai-mo Toi, from Castle Steps to Seymour

Road.

SHARP STREET EAST, Shap Tung Kai, from Bowrington Canal to

Shau-ki Wan Road.

SHARP STREET WEST, Shap Sai Kai, from Bowrington Canal to

Morrison Hill Road.

里溪石

Z SHFK KAI LANE, Shek Kai Li, from Nullah Lane.

単棧石

里慶善

里慶善

SHELLEY STREET, She-li Kai, from Hollywood Road to Mosque

Junction.

SHEUNG FUNG LANE, Sheung Fung Li, from Third Street to Second

Street.

SHIK CHAN LANE, Shik Chan Li, from Queen's Road West to

Prava West.

SHIN HING LANE, Shin Hing Li, from New Eastern Street.

SHIN HING LANE, Shin Hing Li, from Gough Street to Hollywood

Road.

     SHIP STREET, Yeung-shün Kai, Praya East across Queen's Road 街船洋

East.

巷園春景

*

街士蘭非聖

街利丹士

SHUNG HING LANF, Shung Hing Li, from Queen's Road West to

Praya.

SIEMSSEN'S LANE, Shim-shan Kai, in Pò Yan Street.

SHING-WONG STREET, Shing Wong Kai, from Caine Road to Gough

Street.

SO-KON PO MARKET STREET, S'd-kon Pò Shi Kai, Jardine's Bazaar.

SPRING GARDENS' LANE, King-chün Un Hong, from Queen's Road

East to Praya East.

SQUARE STREET, Sz-fong Kai, from Ladder Street to Market Street.

ST. FRANCIS LANF, Shing Fat-làn-sz Hong, from St. Francis Street.

ST. FRANCIS STREET, Shing Fi-làn-sz Kai, from Queen's Road East

running South.

STANLEY STREET, Sz-tun-li Kai, from D'Aguilar Street to Graham

Street.

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HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

STATION STEET, Chai-kun Kai, from Caine Road to Pò Yan Street. STATION STREET UPPER, Chai-kun Sheung Kai, in Caine Road.

STAVELY STREET, Shi-ti-wà-li Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Gage Street.

STAUNTON STREET, Sz-tan-tun Kai, from Old Bailey to Bridges

Street.

BEZ STONE-CUTTERS' LANE, Shek-tseung Li, from Hollywood Road.

里宜

SUI HING LANE, Sui Hing Li, from Caine Road.

SUN WAI LANE, Sun Wai Li, off Hollywood Road near Central

Police Station.

SHUNG ON LANE, Shung On Li, Queen's Road East.

TSUTHERLAND STREET, Sau-ta-lan Kai, from Praya West to Queen's

Road West.

TAI LOI LANE, Tai Loi Li, First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

TAI PING LANE, Tai Ping Li, from Tai-ping Shan Street to Market. U TAI-PING SHAN STREET, Tai-ping Shan Kai, from Bridges Street

to Pò Yan Street.

TAI WO STREET, Tai Wo Kai, from Wanchai Read to Praya East. EX TAI WONG LANE, Tai Wong Li, from Queen's Road East to Praya.

EX TAI WONG STREET, Tai Wong Kai, from Queen's Road East to

Praya East.

巷池水 巷皮

里步地

山斷掘

里龍迪

街樂亭

TAK HING EAST ALLEY, Tak Hing Tung Hong, from Praya West to

Queen's Road West.

TAK HING WEST ALLEY, Tak Hing Sai Hong, from Praya West to

Queen's Road West.

TAK HING LANE, Tak Hing Li, off Pò Yan Street.

TAK SING LANE, Tak Sing Li, from Second Street.

TAM KUI LANE, Tam Kui Li, cff Western Street.

TAN KWAI LANE, Tan Kwai Li, from Ladder Street.

TANK LANE, Shui-chi Hong, from Lascar Row to Caine Road.

TANNERY LANE, Im-pi Hong, from Market Street to Tank.

TI-PO LANE, Ti-pd Li, from High Street, Sai Ying-pun.

The Gap, Kwat-tün Shan, from Wanchai Market to Morrison

Hill Road.

THIRD STREET, Tai Sàm Kai, from New East Street to Pokfolum

Road.

TIX LUNG LANE, Tik Lung Li, in Queen's Road East.

TING LOK STREET, Ting Lok Kai, from Praya East to Morrison

Hill R ad.

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Y TRIANGLE STREET, Sam A Kai, from Wanchai Road to Praya East.

HA

TSING KAI LANE, Teing Kai Li, from Nullah Lane to Albany

Street.

TSING TSUNG LANE, Ting Tsung Li, from Queen's Road East. IM TOUI LUNG LAN, Toui Lung Li, in Queen's Road East. TSUN WING LANE, Tsun Wing Li, off Graham Street.

TBUNG SAU LANE, Teung Sau Li, from Queen's Road West.

Tez MI ALLEY, Tez Mi Kai, from Queen's Road West to Praya

West.

TSZ TUNG LANE, Tez Tung Hong, from First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

TUNG HING ALLEY, Tung Hing Kai, from Queen's Road West to

Praya West.

TUNG LOI LANE, Tung-loi Li, from Harbour Master's Office west-

ward.

TUNG LOK LANE, Tang Lok Li, from Tai-ping Shan Street Steps.

TUNG LUNG LANE, Tung Lung Li, from Wanchai Road.

TUNG MAN LANE, Tung Man Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central.

TUNG TAK LANE, Tung Tak Li, from Cochrane Street.

TUNG WO LANE EAST, Tung Wo Tung Kai, from Middle Street.

TUNG WO LANE Tung Wo Li, from Middle Street.

U HING LANE, U Hing Li, from Queen's Road Central.

HUI Hing Lane, Ui Hing Li, Spring Gardens.

UI LUNG LANE, Ui Lung Li, in Bowrington, Leighton Hill Road.

UI ON LANE, Ui On Li, from Second Street to Third Street.

LUI UN LANE UPPER, Ui Un Sheung Li, from Upper End of Peel

Street.

UI UN LANE LOWER, Ui Un Ha Li, from Upper End of Peel Street.

U LOK LANE, U Lok Li, from Third Street.

U PO LANE WEST, U Pò Li Sai, from First Street, Sai Ying-pun.

U PO LANE EAST, U Pò Li Tung, from First Street, Sai Yirg-pun,

T UN ON LANE, Un On Li, Hollywood Road to Circular Pathway. 街上館差

UPPER STATION STREET, Chai-kun Sheung Kai, from Hospital Road

to Station Street.

BU YAM LANE, U Yam Li, in East Street, Tai-ping Sban.

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HONGKONG STREETS DIRECTORY.

VALLEY ROAD, Wa-li Tò, round Wong-nai Churg Valley.

VILLAGE STREET, Heung-ha Kai, from Leighton Hill Road te

Jardine's Bazaar,

WA IN FONG, Wà In Fong, from Staunton Street.

WAIN FONG EAST, Wà In Tung Kai, from Staunton Street to Shing

Wong Street.

WA ON LANE, Wà On Li, from Aberdeen Street.

WAI YAN LANE, Wai Yan Li, from Ladder Street, Tai-ping Shau.

WANCHAI ROAD, Wan-tsai Tò, from Bowring on Canal to Queen's

Road East.

WARDLEY STREET, Wak-li Kai, from Queen's Road Cential to

Praya Central.

WEBSTER BAZAAR, Kam Lung Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Praya Central.

WELLINGTON STREET, Wai-ling-tun Kai, from Wyndham Street to

Queen's Road Central.

UT WEST STREET, Tai-ping Shan Sai Kai, from Queen's Road Central

to Tai-ping Stan Street.

HWEST TERRACE, Lok Kan, from Castle Road.

West.

I WILMER STREET, Wai-li-ma Kai, from Praya West to Queen's Road TR WING FUNG LANE, Wing Fung Li, from Queen's Road East.

BAR WING HING LANE, Wing Hing Li.

H

WING ON LANE, Wing On Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Praya. WING LOK STREET, Wing Lok Kai, from Praya Central to Praya

West.

WING WA LANE, Wing Wa Li, from D'Aguilar Street.

WITTY STREET, Wat-ti Kai, from Praya West to Middle Street.

WO FUNG STREET, Wo Fung Kai, from Queen's Road to Praya

West.

里興和 TWO HING BUILDINGS, Wo Hing Li, from Queen's Road West.

街咸雲

里和雍

WO ON LANE, Wo On Li, from D'Aguilar Street.

WYNDHAM STREET, Wan-ham Kai, from Queen's Road Central to

Hollywood Road.

YAN SHAU LANE, Yan Sau Li, from D'Aguilar Street..

YAP CHU ALLEY, Yap Chi Hong, from Praya East.

retag 7.

YEONG LOK LANE, Yeong Lok Li, off Upper Station Street.

YUNG WO LANE, Yung Wo Li, from Pound Lane, Tai-ping Shan.

街蘭泄

ZETLAND STREET, Sit-lan Kai, from Queen's Road Central to Ice

House Street.

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MACAO.

       Macao is situated in 22 deg. 11 min. 30 sec. N. latitude, an1 113 deg. 32 mila. 30 sec. E. longitude, on a rocky peninsula, renowned, long before the Portuguvse settled on it, for its safe harbour for junks and small vessels. The Portuguese, who had already settled on the island of Limpacao, and frequented for trading purposes Chin-chew, Lianpo, Tamo, and Sin-choan (St. John's island, where St. Francis Xavier died) first took up their residence at Macao in 1557. Soon after their arrival pirates and adventurers from the neighbouring islands continually molested them. The Chinese authorities were powerless to cope with these mirauders, who went so far as to blockade the port of Ċinton. The Portuguese manned and armed a few vessels and succeeded in raising the blockade of Cinton and clearing the seas. The town of Macao soon afterwards began to rise, and during the eighteenth century trade flourished wonderfully, the difficulty of residence at Canton greatly contributing towards it. The East India Company and the Dutch Company had establishments there.

Historians are divided in opinion as to whether the possession of Macao by the Portuguese is due to Imperial bounty or to right of conquest. There can be no doubt, however, that it was held at a rental of 500 taels a year until Governor Ferreira do Amaral in 1843 refused to pay it any longer and forcibly drove out the Hoppo or Chinese Customs-house, and with it every vestige of Chinese authority. This bold stroke cost him his life in August, 1849, for he was waylaid and barbarousiy mar- dered near the Burrier of Porta do Cerco and his head was taken to Cɩntoù, Ọn the Chinese troops at the Barrier showing fight and massing in great numbers, the Portuguese troops gallantly advanced, took the fort of Passaleä, and drove the Chinese from their positions.

The settlement is separated from the large island of Heang-shan by a wall drawn across the nock of land from shore to shore. Two principal ranges of hills, one running from south to north, the other from east to west, mɩy be considered as forming an angle, the base of which leans upon the river or anchoring place. The public and private buildings, a cathedral, and several churches, are raised on the declivities, skirts, and heights of hillocks. On the lofty mount eastward, colled Charil, is a fort, enclosing the hermitage of Na. Sra. de Guia, and westward is Nillau, on the top of which stands the hermitage of N. Sra. de Ponha; entering a wide semi-circular bay, which faces the east, on the right hand stands the fort Sin Francisco; and on the left, that of Na. Sra. de Bɔm Parto. Seen from the roads or from any of the forts crowning the several hillocks, Macao is extremely picturesque. The public and private buildings are gaily painted and the streets kept very clean.

        Since the cossion of the island of Hongkong to the British, the trade of Macao has decreased considerably, and the coolie trade gave it an unenviable notoriety. This traffic, pregnant with abuses, was happily abolished in 1874. Tea continues to be an article of export, showing the value of fro: $700,000 to $800.000 a year. Essential oils are also exported to some extent. There is likewise some trade in opium.

The terrific typhoon of the 23rd September, 1874, which swept across Hongkong and the Southern C›ast of China with such force, laid a considerable part of Moao in ruins. During the full violence of the wind, and fearful rise of the tide, a fire took ɔlace which consund the best houses in the parish of Sinto Antonio. With its rade gone and consequent departure of many of its residents, the activity of the place is a thing of the past. Owing to its pleasant climate and the quietude always prevailing, Macao has become the refuge of invalids and hard toiling people from Hongkong and other neighbouring ports.

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MACAO.

In the town there are several places of interest apart from the Fan-tan or gam- bling saloons. The gardens and Grotto of Camoens, once the resort of the celebrated Portuguese Poet Camoens, are worth seeing, as also the noble facade of the ancient Jesuit church of San Paulo, burnt in 1835. Pleasant excursions can be made to the Hot Springs of Yô-mak, about sixteen miles from Macao, easily reached in about three and a-half hours by steam launch. In winter snipe are plentiful in the neighbouring paddy fields and afford good sport. The "Macao Hotel," situated on the Praia, is comfortable and the prices are moderate.

   The Hongkong, Canton, and Macao Steamboat Company runs a daily steamer (Sundays excepted) between Macao and Hongkong, leaving the former port at 8 o'clock a.m. and Hongkong at 2 p.m. To Canton thero is a steamer on every altermate day, Sundays excepted. The distance from Macao to Hongkong is 40 miles, and to Canton 88 miles. The population of Macao, according to returns made in 1879, was-Chinese, 63,532; Portuguese, 4,476; other nationalities, 78; or a total of 68,086.

DIRECTORY.

Colonial Government. Plenipotentiary in China, Japan, and Siam, and Governor of the Province-His Excel- lency Joaquim José da Graça Secretary General and Secretary of Lega-

tion-Dr. J. A. H. Corte Real Aide-de-camp to 11. E. the Governor-C. A.

Feyo Folque, sub-lieut. Adjutant to H. E. the Governor-Antonio

A. de Souza Cildas, sub-lieut.

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. Colonial Secretary-General.-Dr. J. A. H.

Corte Real

Chief Clerk-Tercio da Silva

MUNICIPAL CHAMBER. President-Domingo C. Pacheco Members-F. M. de Graça, A. A. da Silva, C. J. Gracias, L. J. Baptista, J. V. de Jesus.

Clerk-S. A. Tavares Treasurer-F. P. Marques Clerk-T. M. Marques Messenger-Luiz Maria do Rozario

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Members-A. M. da Roza, F. de P. Noro- nha, J. T. Robarts, M. M. Maher, J. E. d'Almeida, F. de P. Cortella

In Charge of the Military Depart.-vacant | Supplemental Members-M. A. dos Reme- Acting 1st Clerk-D. de Barros

do. 2nd do. -J. J. dos P. Carvalho

do. 3rd do. -M. dos Remedios

Addido-E. P. Leite

COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENT. President The Governor Secretary-Dr. J. A. H. da C. Corte Real Members-The Bishop, the Commandant of Policial Guard, the Commandant Monte Fort, the Judge, the Attorney. General, the Chief-clerk of the Ex- chequer, the President of the Municipa! Chamber, the Colonial Surgeon

COUNCIL OF THE PROVINCE. President-The Governor Members-The Colonial Secretary, the At- torney-General, Lourenço Marques, B. S. Fernandez

Supplemental Members-A. C. Brandão,

M. A. dos Remedios

dios, A. de Bar:os, M. B. da Roza, F. A. Volong, F. M. da Cunha, J. F. Franco

ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL. (Annexed to the Municipal Chamber.) Administrator-L. Ferreira 1st clerk-E. Vianna 2nd do. -M. P. Simoës Bailiff-M. A. de Souza

SUPREME COURT.

MILITARY SECTION.

President-The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-The Judge, the Commandant

Policial Guard, the Commandant of the Line Regiment, the Senior Naval Officer, the Second Naval Officer.

CIVIL SECTION. President-The Governor J. J. da Graça

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MACAO.

Members-The Judge, the two members of the Provincial Council, the Presid. nt of the Municipal Chamber, the Pro- curador dos Negocios Sinicos

REVENUE DEPARTMENT.

Committee.

President The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-The chief clerk of the Exche- quer J. C. P. d'Assumpção, the Trea- surer C. V. da Rocha, the Attorney- General A. E. d'Almeida e Azevedo

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. President-The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-The Bishop, J. A. R. Cabral, L. Pereira Leite, Dr. À. A. M. de Vascon- cellos

BOARD OF HEALTH. President-Dr. L. A da Silva Members-Dr. F. B. de Carvalho, Dr. Luiz L. Franco, Dr. Belarmino Lobo (absent) Dr. J. G. da Silva (absent)

MILITARY HOPITAL OF SAM JANUARIO.

President-Dr. L. A. da Silva

Member-Dr. J. J. F. Alvares

Secretary-J. J. d'Azevedo

COMPANHIA De Saude.

lo. Escrivao-F. da Rocha

Enfermeiro de la. classe-V. de P. C. de

Lemos

Enfermeiros de 2a. classe-Joaquim Pedro, A. de Figueiredo, J. Gunsalvez, E. de Souza (absent)

SURVEYOR GENERAL'S DEPART- MENI.

Director-Major do Estado Maior d'En-

      genheria-C. J. de Brito Conductores--Eusign A. F. Lobo, A. A.

Sauvage

Desenhador-A. Heitor

Amanuense--D. P. d'Almeida Marques

Committee.

President The Governor J. J. da Graça Members-Director do Estado Maior d'Engenheria, C. J. de Brito; the chief clerk of the Exchequer, J. C. P. d'As- sumpção; the Attorney-General, A. E. d'Almeida e Azevedo; the Vice-Pre- sident of the Municipal Chamber, F. M. de Graça; Secretary A. A. Sauvage

REVENUE OFFICE. Secretario-J. C. P. d'Assumpção Contador-J. J. d'Azevedo lo. Escripturario-J. J. d'Azevedo

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20. do. -F. de P. M. da Rocha lo. Amanuense-J. C. d'Assumpção 10. do. Supplente A. J. V. Ribeiro 20. Amanuense-Ĉ. A dos Santos Oliveira 20. do. Supplente-F. X. da Roza Porteiro-V. de Oliveira

Continuo-J. L. Correia

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Thezoureiro-Carlos V. da Rocha Fiel-Edmundo M. Marçal Amanuense-Jo quim Rodrigues

TAX OFFICE. Recebedor-F. V. Ribeiro Ajudante-F. de P. Marçal Amanuense-N. P. Gonsalves

Committee.

Presidente-J. J. d'Azevedo Fiscal-Delegado do Procurador da Coroa

e Fazenda

Vogaes-L. A. I. Pereira, N. T. Ferran-

dez, J. E. d'Almeiða Secretary-A. J. Brandão

Vogaes Chinezes-Lu-can, Fom iong, Long-

hang

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.

Judge-E. A. Braga de Oliveira 1st Substitute-L. Marques

2nd

do. -T. d'Aquino Migueiz Attorney Gen.-A. E. d'Almeida e Azevedo Lawyers--F. da C. Lobo, V. S. Pereira, A. Bastos, Jr., L. Ferreira, E. M. da Silva, A. A. Pacheco, José da Silva

Clerks and Notaries Public-Luiz Pereira

Leite, José M. da Costa

Clerk to the Judge and Orphans' Fund-

João Hyndman

Accountant & Distributor-A. Rangel

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. L. Marques, judge, J. E. d'Almeida, sub- stitute, Sé and Santo Antonio Districts; M. M. Maher, judge, L. A. Franco, sub- stitute, San Lourenço District; B. da Silva, clerk

COMMERCIAL JURY. President The Judge Secretary-The Attorney General

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REGISTER DEPARTMENT.

MACAO.

Chief The Attorney-General A. E. d'Al-

meida e Azevedo

Clerk-F. M. Sales

Clerk-A. A. B. da Silveira

PROCURATURA DOS NEGOCIOS SINICOS.

   Procurador-A. M. d'Oliveira Primeiro Interprete-P. N. da Silva Segundo Interprete-Eduardo Marques Alumno Interprete la. Classe-C. Jorge Alumnos Interpretes 2a. Classe-Carlos A. R. d'Assumpção, Joaõ E. d'Almeida Alumnos Extraordinarios-H. J. S. Pitter,

   F. M. P. Marques, F. M. de Cunha, Jr. Escriväes-E. Lopez, J. B. Goularte Amanuense-C. de S. Placé

Linguas M. B. Xavier, J. A. T. Robarts Officiaes de Deligencias-V. E. da Luz, B.

Simões

CADEIA PUBLICA.

Fructuoso de Figueiredo, carcereiro

ST. MICHAEL'S PUBLIC CEME-

TERY.

(Under the charge of the Municipal

Chamber.)

Warden-J. F. de Souza

Porter-L. J. Cordeiro

POST OFFICE.

R. de Souza, acting postmaster, 1, Rua

de Sta. Clara

   ECCLESIASTICAL GOVERNMENT. Bishop-D. Manl. B. de S. Ennes

Sec. of the Ecclesiastical Chamber-Rev. G.

F. da Silva

CABIDO.

   Dean-Rev. M, L. de Gouvea Archdeacon-Rev. A. L. de Carvalho (ab-

sent)

3rd

1st Deacon-Rev. A. M. de Vasconcellos

    do. -Rev. F. A. Fernandes (ab- sent) Honorary do.-Rev. F. X. A. da Silva,

Rev. F. F. X. da Silva

        VICARS AND CHAPLAINS. Curate of the Cathedral-Rev. Simeão Vicar of St. Lawrence's parish church-

Rev. F. X. Cortella

Vicar of St. Anthony's parish church--

Rev. F. A. d'Almeida

Vicar of St. Lazare's parish church-Rev.

Lucas Lyra

Chaplain of St. Augustine's church-Rev.

A. J. G. Pereira

Chaplain of St. Domingo's church-Rev.

G. F. da Silva

Chaplain of ex-Convent of Sta. Clara-

Rev. V. V. Rodrigues

Board of Education.

GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. Teacher of Navigation and Mathematics-

Lieut. hon. of the Navy, F. J. Marques Prof. of First Lessons-for boys' classes, J. J. Esteves; for girls' classes, San Lourenço District, Mrs. Casimira Mar- ques, acting; Se's District, Mrs. Sarah Leite

COLLEGIO DE SANTA ROZA DE LIMA.

COMMISSAM Directora. Presidente-Bispo M. B. S. Ennes Vice-Presidente-Lourenço Marques Vogal Manuel M. G. da Silva Thesoureiro-Thomas d'Aquino Migueis Secretario-Rev. V. V. Rodrigues

PESSOAL DO COLLEGIO.

Regenta-D. Thereza da A. Danenberg Mestras D. Lydia F. da Sta. Cruz, D. Joaquina da Luz, D. Jessie Wild Loureiro

Prefeitas-R. de Carmo e Claudina da

Sta. Trindade

Capellão-Rev. V. V. Rodrigues Sacristão-D. Placé

ASSOCIACAM PROMOTORA DA INSTRUCCAM DOS MACAENSES.

! Presidente-J. E. d'Almeida Secretario-P. N. da Silva Thesoureiro-B. de S. Fernandes Vogaes-M. dos Remedios R. de Souza,

D. C. Pacheco, M. Ayres da Silva

ESCOLA COMMERCIAL. Professores J. L H. Milner, T. J. Rodri gues, J. V. de Jezus, Kuan Lan-chan

ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. Rector--Dm. M.B. de Souza Ennes, Bishop Vice Rector-Rev. F. T. S. de Souza Ennes Physician-Dr. J. C. da Silva Telles

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Advocate-A. Bastos, Jr.

MACAO.

Secretario do Conselho de Estudos-F. M.

d'A. Caldeira

Prof. de Mathematica e Pilotagem-F. J.

Marques

Prof. of Latin-J. A. Ribeiro Cabral Prof. of Portuguese--Rev. C. Baptista Prof. of English-F. Hyndman Prof. of Book-keeping-F. Hyndman Prof., Prim. and Complementar Inst.-P.

J. da Luz

Prof. of Chinese (Mandarin)-Rev. J. das

Neves

Bibliothecario-Rev. F. T. S. de Souza

Ennes

Prefect-Rev. F. M. d'A. Caldeira Bedel-F. S. da Roza

Clerk-M. J. M. G. da Silva Typographer-M. da Luz Book-binder-M. da Luz

ADMINISTRACAO DOS BENS DAS MISSOENS PORTUGUEZAS NA CHINA.

Presidente-Dm. M. B. de Souza Ennes,

Bishop

Vogaes-Rev. M. L. de Gouvêa, Deão da Sé, Rev. F. T. S. de Souza Ennes, J. J. de Azevedo

Secretario-M. J. M. G. da Silva Advogado-A. Bastos, Jr.

Procurador em Hongkong-J. J. dos Reme-

dios & Co.

Procurador em Singapura-Rev. N. J. T.

Pinto

ASYLO DOS POBRES.

COMMISSAM ADMINISTRATIVA. Presidente-Rev. A. L. de Carvalho (abt.) Secretario-Theodozio Rodrigues

ASYLO DA SANTA INFANCIA. Administrador-Pe. M. F. do R. e Almeida

BIBLIOTHECA MACAENSE.

Presidente-A, Bastos, Jr.

Secretario-Manuel da Silva

Thesoureiro-Cancio Jorge

Vogaes-J. M. da Cruz Simeao, P. N. da

Silva

"CLUB UNIAO."

President-A. C. Brandão

Secretary-P. N. da Silva

Treasurer-V. S. Pereira

Clerk-R. A. Guterres

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"GREMIO MILITAR DE MACAO."

Commissão Directora de 1881.

Presidente-Capitao R. das Dores Secretario-Alferes J. de S. C. Canavarro Thesoureiro-J. A. F. da Silva

Vogaes.-J. de O. Coelho, A, A. de S. Caldas

Charitable Institutions.

SANTA CAZA DE MISERICORDIA, BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION. President-B. S. Fernandes Secretary-C. Jorge

Voters-Rev. F. A. d'Almeida, M. A. dos

Remedios

Treasurer-L. E. da Silva Solicitor-V. S. Pereira 1st Clerk-J. F. da Silva 2nd do. -S. S. da Silva

SAINT RAFAEL'S CIVIL HOSPITAL.

(Under the immediate charge of the Misericordia institution.)

Rev. M. F. do Rozario e Almeida, chaplain H. A. M. de Mendonça, clerk and ward-

master

R. do Rozario, assistant wardmaster

LEPROUS ASYLUM. (Also under the charge ofthe Misericordia). F. M. da Silva, in charge Rev. Lucas Lyra, chaplain

ASSOCIACAM PIEDOZA DE SAM FRANCISCO XAVIER.

10. Administrador-Baron de Cercal Secretario-T. J. Rodrigues

CONFRARIA DE CARIDADE. Presidente-Rev. F. X. Cortella

Secretario e Thesoureiro―T. J. Rodrigues

Cofre de SOCCORRO DOS POBRES. Presidente-The Bishop

Secretario-Pe. G. F. da Silva

Vogaes-Pe. F. X. A. da Silva, Pe. F. X,

da Silva, Pe. F. X. Cortella

CONFRARIA DO CONTRATO DE S. PEDRO.

Presidente-Rev. M. L. Gouvea

Secretario-Rev. S. de Souza

Consulates.

GREAT BRIT. I '.

Vice-consul-Mortimer Murry

FRANCE.

Vice-consul--Baron de Cercal

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ITALY.

Cen ul-Baron de Cercal

BRAZIL.

Consul-Baron de Cercal

BELGIUM.

Consul-Baron de Cercal

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-C. Milisch

Secretary-F. P. Seuna

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN MONARCHY.

MACAO.

Acting Consul-General-Adolph André

    (residing in Hongkong) Vice-consul-C. Milisch

SIAM.

Consul-B. de Senna Fernandes Vice-consul-D. C. Pacheco

SPAIN.

Consul D. Enrique Gaspar

HAWAII.

Vice-consul-C. L. Souza

Insurance Offices.

Deacon & Co., agents-

Union Insurance Society

Milisch&Co., agents-

K. K. Priv. Oesterreich Versicherungs|

    Gesellschaft "Donau," Vienna Hamburg Magdeburg Fire Insurance

Company

Margesson & Co., agents-

North China Insurance Company Canton Insurano Office

Hongkong Fire Insurance Co., Li-

mited

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited

Bank.

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor

poration

Margesson & Co., agents

Steam Ship Agency.

Netherlands India Steam Navigation

Company, Limited

Margesson & Co., agents

Professions, Trades, &c.

Almeida, J. E. de, merchant, Rua de Sam

Paulo

Baptista, Luiz J., 6, Rua do Pe. Antonio Brandao, Antonio C., 14, Travessa do

"Tronco Velho"

Chagas, J. N. das, Rua do Barað

Collaço, J. M. J. P., general storekeeper,

Rua Central

Cunha, Francisco Manuel da, Largo de

Sto. Agostinho

F. M. da Cunha, Jr.

Deacon & Co., Praia Grande

Ernest Deacon

Alfred T. Duval

Robert Howie

Ronald Greig (absent)

G. D. Fearon

F. d'Azevedo

B. F. Gonsalves

Fernandes, B. de Senna, 33, Praia Grande

B. de S. Fernandes

D. C. Pacheco

Jose F. E. Barros

Luiz da Silva

Fonseca, A. J. da, commission agent

Ponta da Rede

Franco, L. A., Rua Central Gomes, J. Baptista, Largo da Sé

Graça, F. M. de, Praia Grande

Graça, V. A. de, 14, Rua da Prata

Gracias, V., Rua do Hospital

Macao Dispensary, 81, Praia Grande

Antonio de Barros

Thomas J. de Freitas

Theofilo J. B. Monteiro

Margesson & Co., merchants, 71 and 73,

Rua Central

Mortimer E. Murray

F. P. Senna

A. C. da Rocha

白鴿巢

Pak-kop-chau.

Marques, Lourenço, 4, Praça de Luiz

de Camões

Eduardo Pio Marques

咩路

Me-lo.

Mello & Co., A. A. de, merchants, and agents for Hongkong, Canton and Ma- cao Steam-boat Co., Praia Grande

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Baron de Cercal

F. A da Cruz A. Gomes

Milisch & Co., merchants and commission

agents, No. 7, Praia Grande

C. Milisch

Noor Mahomed Khamissa, milliner and

draper

Cassum Moosa, manager

Ebram Jhan Mahomed

Pereira, A. M., Rua do Pe. Antonio

Pereira, L. A. I., Rua da Sé, 18

Pharmacia Lisbonense (Lisbon Dispen-

sary), Praia Grande

J. Neves e Souza

J. da Silva Telles

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Remedios, M. A. dos, merchant, 4, Rua do

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M. M. Maher

F. J. do Rozario

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D. V. Soares

L. Rozario

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Souza, Camillo L., 7 and 9, Rua Central

Thomas & Mercer, public tea and silk

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F. B. Smith

J. D. Monro

G. Prat

E. W. Mitchell

S. M. da Cruz

L. C. da Silva

Printing Office.

"Boletim da Provincia de Macao e Timor," Typographia Mercantil, 4, Rua do Pe. Antonio

N. T. Fernandes, proprietor

Leonardo M. Mendonça, foreman

A. A. Cordeiro

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P. L. Hingkee, proprietor

Military Department.

2nd Battalion.

Acting Commandant-Col. A. J. Garcia

Surgeon-J. J. F. Alvares

Acting Major-Capt. R. das Dores Captains-J. M. R. d'Almeida, P. Augusto

(absent)

Lieutenants-E. do N. Lopes, J. dos Reis,

A. J. Lobo d'Avila

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INTENDENCIA MILITAR. Intendente-J. C. P. d'Assumpção Ajudante J. J. d'Azevedo

INSPECTION OF FIRE. Inspector-Major R. J. Quintanilha Assist.-Ensign A. d'A. e Cunha, Jr.

INSPECCAM DO ALMOXARIFADO DE GUERRA E FAZENDA. Inspector-C. F. F. Martins, (acting) Almoxarife J. J. da Silva Alonço Continuos-F. A. Pereira, A. dos Santos

Q. Xavier, P. Couto

RETIRED OFFICERS. Lieutenant.-Cols.-B. M. de A. Roza, J. A.

d'Almeida, V. P. Barros

Majors-F. X. Collaço, C. J. P. da Silva J. S. da Silva Reis, Dr. J. C. S. Telles

MONTE FORT.

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Reis

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BOMPARTO FORT. Commander-J. S. da Silva Reis

GUIA FORT.

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MACAO.

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TAIPA FORT.

Lieut. Com.-J. C. de Lemos

Harbour Master's Department. Harbour Master & Comm. of Water Police

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Clerk-F. F. do Rozario

Ensigns-A. Bastos, Jr., D. Barros, E. Marques, F. Hyndman, P. N. da Silva, S. da Roza

Surgeons-V. de Paula, S. Pitter

TAMEGA, Screw Composite Gun-boat, 563 tons, 100 H.P.

Commander-P. I. do Rio Carvalho Lieutenant-F. T. de Brito Soares

do. -A. J. de Azevedo, Gomes Surgeon―M. C. da Silva Lima Paymaster-P. R. da Silva Saturnino Engineer-A. J. de Lima e Almeida

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do. -F. Teixeira dos Reis Sub-Lieutenant-J. da Cunha Lima Staff Surgeon-J. S. Rolão Preto

Master of Governor's Galley-Antonio Cy- Paymaster-J. de Rolla Dziezaski

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Wardens-J. Rodrigues, Jr., B. S. Ro-

drigues

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MACAO NATIONAL BATTALION. Lieut.-Col. Comm.-Baron de Cercal Adjutant-J. M. de Souza e Britto Major-J. J. d'Azevedo Captains-L. J. M. Marques, C. J. da Silva,

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Engineer-L. A. Pinto

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Capt. Com'ing 3rd Division-J. A. Ferreira Lieutenant―J. Victorino Ensign-F. F. Maher

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REIGNING SOVEREIGN AND FAMILY.

Kuang Su, Emperor of China, is the son of Prince Ch'un, the seventh son of the Emperor Tao Kuang; hencris cousin to the late Emperor Tung Chi, who died without issue on the 12th day January, 1875, from small-pox.

    The proclamation ann ng the accession of the present sovereign was as follows:-"Whereas His Majesty the Emperor has ascended upon the Dragon to be a guest on high, without offspring börn to his inheritance, no course has been open but that of causing Tsai-Tien, son of the Prince of Ch'un, to become adopted as the son of the Emperor Wêng Trung Hien (Hien Fung) and to enter upon the inheritance of the great dynastic line as Emperor by succession. Therefore, let Tsai-Tien, son of Yih Huan, the Prince of Ch'un, become adopted as the son of the Emperor Wên Tsung Hien, and enter upon the inheritance of the great dymastic line as Emperor by succes sion." The present sovereign is the ninth Emperor of China of the Tartar dynasty of Ta-tsing, (Sublime Parity) which succeeded the native dynasty of Ming in the year 1644. There exists no law of hereditary succession to the throne, but it is left to each sovereign to appoint his successor from among the members of his family. The late Emperor, dying suddenly, in the eighteenth year of his age, did not designate a successor, and it was in consequence of a palace intrigue, directed by the late Empres Dowager, widow of the Emperor Hien Fung, predecessor of Tung Chi, in concert with Prince Ch'un, that the infant son of the latter was declared Emperor and another long Regency, prolonging the rule of the two Empresses Dowager, inaugurated.

GOVERNMENt and Revenue.

    The fundamental laws of the empire are laid down in the Ta-taing Huei-tien, or Collected Regulations of the Great Pure Dynasty, which prescribe the government of the State as based upon the government of the family. The Emperor is spiritual as well as temporal sovereign, and, as high priest of the Empire, can alone, with bis immediate representatives and ministers, perform the great religious cere- monies. No ecclesiastical hierarchy is maintained at the public expense, nor any priesthood attached to the Confucian or State religion.

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    The administration of the empire is under the supreme direction of the Interior Council Chamber, comprising four members, two of Tartar and two of Chinese origin, besides two assistants from the Han lin, or Great College, who have to see that nothing is done contrary to the civil and religious laws of the empire, contained in the Ta-tsing Huei-tien, and in the sacred books of Confucius. These members are denominated Ta Hsio-sz, or Ministers of State. Under their orders are the Li Pu or six boards of government, each of which is presided over by a Tartar and Chinese. They are:-(1) The board of civil appointment, which takes cognisance of the conduct and administration of all civil officers; (2) The board of revenues, regulating all financial affairs; (3) The board of rites and ceremonies, which enforces the laws and customs to be observed by the people; (4) The military board, superintending the administration of the army; (5) The board of public works; and (6).The bigh tribunal of criminal jurisdiction. To these must be added the Tsung-li Yamên, or board of foreign affirs. Independent of the Government and theoretically above the central administration, is the Tu-cha Yuan, or board of public censors. It consists of from 40 to 50 members, under two presidents, the one of Tartar and the other of Chinese birth. By the ancient custom of the empire, all the members of this board are privileged to present any remonstrance to the sovereign. One censor must be pre- sent at the meetings of each of the six government boards.

    The estimates of the public revenue of China vary greatly, and, while they are stated by some to exceed 100 millions sterling, are held by others not to come up to half that amount. Official returns of the Chinese Government, published in 1844, stated the annual revenue at that time at Tls. 191,803,139, or £63,934,713. Accord- ing to the memorials from officials published in the Peking Gazette, it would appear that there are almost constant deficits, which the governors and high officials of pro-

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vinces must cover by extraordinary taxation. Occasionally the Treasury is replenished by a liberal sale to their relatives of posthumous honours to the departed and of decora- tions to the living. The public revenue is mainly derived from three sources, namely, customs duties, licences, and a tax upon land, but the receipts from the foreign customs are alone made known. According to the returns published by the Govern- ment, the total receipts from foreign customs were as follow in each of the fourteen years from 1867 to 1880:-

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1867.

1868.

1869.

1870.

1871.

YBAR.

REVENUE.

Haikwon 11s.

8,864.817

1874..

9,448,474

1875.

9,878,848

1876.

9,543.977

1877.

11.216.146

1878.

11,678,636

1879..

10,977,082

1880.

YEAR.

REVENUE.

Haikwan Tls.

11,497,272

11,968,109

12,152,921

12,067,078

12,483,988

13,531,670

14,258,583

1872

1873...

China had no foreign debt till the end of 1874. It was announced on December 30th, 1874, that the Government had contracted a loan of £627,675, bearing 8 per cent. interest. The loan was issued at 95 per cent. through the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, under Imperial authority and secured by the customs' revenue. Three other loans, one in 1877, one in 1878, and the third in 1881, have since been issued by the same Bank under authority of the Chinese Government.

AREA AND POPULATION.

    China proper, extending over 73,093 geographical, or 1,534,953 English square miles, is divided into eighteen provinces, the area and population of which are given as follow in the most recent estimates, partly based on official returns:

Chihli Shantung

Shansi

Honan..

Kiangsu

Anhwei

Kiangsi Fobkien Chekiang Hupeh

Hunan

Shensi

Kansuh

Szechuan

Kuangtung

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Yunnan

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PHOVINCВ.

PROVINCIAL CAPITAL.

AREA ENGLISH SQUARE MILES.

ESTIMATED POPULATION.

Peking

58,949

28,114,023

Tsinan

65,104

28,958,764

Taiyuen

55,268

27,260,281

Kaifung

65,104

23,037,171

Nanking

37,843,501

Nganking

92,661

34,168,059

Nanchang

72,176

30,426,999

Foochow

53,480

38,888,432

Hangchow

39,150

26,256,784

Wuchang

Changchau

381,724 {

37,370,098

18,652,507

Sigan Lanchow Chingtau..

10,207,256

154,008

15,193,135

166,800

21,435,678

Canton.. Kwelin

79,456

19,147,030

78,250

7,313,895,

Yunnan Kweiyang

107,869

5,561,320

64,554

5,288,219

Total.....

1,534,953

405,213,152

The above population, giving 263 souls per square mile throughout China proper, appears to be excessive, considering that some of the outlying portions of the immense territory are by no means densely inhabited. Nevertheless, other returns than those of the above tables, said to be official, give still highor figures. It is stated that in a census taken in 1842 the population of China was ascertained to number 414,686,994, or 320 per English square mile, and that in 1852 it had risen to 450,000,000, or 347 inhabitants per square mile. But there is, probably, less accuracy in the given results of the latter enumerations than in the preceding estimate, which is doubtless considerably over the mark. Rebellions and famines have, in some provinces, greatly

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   thinned the population, and there is reason to believe that the estimates above given considerably exaggerate the number of the Chinese race.

According to a return of the Imperial customs authorities, the total number of foreigners in China was 3,817 at the end of 1877. Among them were 1,851 natives of Gritain Britain and Ireland, 383 of the United States, 353 of Germany, and 176 of France, all other nationalities being represented by very few members. More than one-half of the total number of foreigners resided at Shanghai, the remainder being scattered over the other ports open to foreign commerce.

In addition to China proper there are its dependencies. These chiefly consist of Mongolia, with an area of 1,288,035 square milee, with some 2,000,000 people; and Manchuria, with an area of 362,313 square miles, and a population of 3,000,000. The latter is being steadily and rapidly colonised by Chinese, who will soon outnumber the Manchus in their own land. Thibet, which is also practically a dependency of China, bas an area of 643,734 square miles and a population of 6,000,000 souls. It is ruled by the Dalai Lama, but subject to the Government of Peking.

    Of all the numerous kingdoms that formerly acknowledged the suzerainty of the Dragon Throne and paid tribute to the Emperor, Corea is the only one that still yields willing allegiance. The Chinese Government has, however, no control over the internal affairs of Corea, and does not attempt to direct hor foreign policy. Of this a practical proof was given when the Japanese Government compelled the King of that country to conclude a treaty with them by which three ports of Corea were opened to Japanese trade. The area of Corea is 90,300 square miles, and the population is variously estimated from 8,000,000 to 10,000,000.

ARMY AND NAVY.

     The standing military force of China consists of two great divisions, the first formed by the more immediate subjects of the ruling dynasty. the Turtars, and the second by the Chinese and other subject races. The first, the::ain force upon which the Imperial Government can rely, form the so-called troops of the Eight Binners, and garrison all the great cities, but so as to be separated by walls and forts from the population. According to the latest reports, the Imperial army comprises a total of 850,000 men, including 678 companies of Tartar troops, 211 companies of Mongols and native Chinese infantry, a kind of militia, numbering 120,00) men. The native soldiers do not live in barracks, but in their own houses, mostly pursuing some civil occupation.

The Chinese navy is in process of formation. It consists mainly of small gun- boats built at the Namoi Arsenal, Foochow, and at Shanghai, on the foreign model, and the entire navy is manned by about 6,000 sailors and carries 28) guns. Included in these are the revenue cruisers, several of which were built in England. The principal vessel in point of size is the Yung Wo, a composite corvette, 11 guns, but this is said to be an unwieldy and unserviceable craft. The most formidable vessels now possessed by China unquestionably are the two gun-vessels, the Chao Yung and Yung Wei, built on the Tyne, and sent out to China in the autumn of 1881. These vessels have a displacement of 1,350 tons, are built of steel, and are propelled by twin screws driven by compound engines of, together, 2,600 indicated horse-power. They each carry two 26-ton breech-loading guns, one mounted forward and the other aft, four 40-pounder breech-loading guns, two 9-pounder breech-loaders, two Norden- felts, and four Gatlings. They are both armed with a formidable steel knife-edged ram, and carry steam-cutters fitted with spar torpedoes. After these come the eleven gunboats named after the letters of the Greek alphabet from Alpha to Lambda. The first four are 118 feet 6 inches long, with a draught of 7 feet 6 inches, and a displace- ment of 400 tons. They each carry a 273-ton gun. The next four, which arrived in China in October, 1879, are built of steel, and are double-ended, the stern lines being exactly after the model of the bow rudders. By this improvement they can be used either as stern racers or bow chasers, and the extreme fineness of the run enables them to steam backward almost as rapidly as forward. They measure 127 feet in extreme length and 125 feet at the water line, with 29 feet beam, a depth of 12 feet 3 inches, mean draught of 9 feet 6 inches, and a displacement of 440 tons. The

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  main feature of these boats, however, is the 11-inch 35-ton muzzle-loading gun carried by each, which has a penetrative power 15 per cent over the most formidable guns at present in the British navy. They are further armed with two 12-pounder breach-loading Armstrong guns and four Gatlings. The last three, which arrived in China in July, 1881, are almost identical in style with their immediate predecessors, and each carry one 35-ton gun, but are also provided with two 13-pounders, two Gatling, and four Nordenfeldt guns. These boats are specially intended for coast and river defence, for which they are eminently suitable. They were all built on the Tyne by the Elswick Company. Other vessels are being built a Stettin and elsewhere for the Chinese Government. Lu Shun Kou, re-named Port Li, in honour of the Viceroy of Chibli, on the south coast of Shingking, has just been selected as a naval depôt, and is to be strongly fortified.

TRADE AND INDUSTRY.

Great Britain has, in virtue of various treaties with the Chinese Government- the first and most important signed August 29th, 1842-the right of access to twenty- five ports and cities of the Empire. The ports known as Treaty ports are Canton, Hoihow (in Hainan), Pakhoi, Swalow, Amov, Foochow, Takao, Tamsui, and Keelung, Wenchow, Ningpo, Shanghai, Chinkiang, Wubu, Kiukiang, Hankow, Ichang, Chefoo, Tientsin, and Newchwang. Under the provisions of the Chefoo Convention, permission is also accorded to British merchants to trade at Chung-king and Yuunan-fu, at which places British Consular Residents reside. The import trade from Great Britain, exclusive of the Colony of Hongkong, centres at Shanghai, Hankow, and Tientsin, while the bulk of the exports to Great Britain pass through the ports of Shanghai, Foochow, Hankow, and Canton. The annual value of the foreign trade of China was as follows in each of the fifteen years from 1866 to 1880 :-

YEAR.

NET IMPORTS.*

Haikwan Tis.

67 174,81

EXPORTS.

Haikwan Tls.

50,596,223

TOTAL.

Haikwan Tls. 117,770,704

1866.

1867.

62,459,226

52,158,300

114,617,526

1868.

63,281,804

61,826,275

125,108,079

1869..

67,108,533

60,139,237

127,247,770

1870.

63,693,268

55.294,866

118,988,134

1871.

70,103,077

66,853,161

136,956,238

1872.

67.317,049

75,288,125

142,605,174

1873.

66,637,209

69.451,277

136,088,485

1874..

64,360.564

66.712,868

131,073,732

1875.

67,803,247

68.912,929

136,716,176

1876.

70.269.574

80,850,512

151,120,086

1877.

73.253,170

67,445,022

140,698,192

1878.

70,804,027

67,172,179

137,976,206

1579..

82.227,424

72,281,262

154,508,686

1880..

79,293,452

77,883,587

157,177,039

   Of the total value of the imports and exports to foreign countries for 1880- Tls. 157,177,039-Tls. 126,561,647 must be credited to Great Britain and her colonies, including India. The remainder is thus divided among other countries: - United States, Tis. 10,311,442; Continent of Europe, Tis. 15,188,5-14; Russia, via Odessa, Tls. 28,818; Siberia and Russia, viá Kiachta, Tls. 4,055,310; Russian Manchuria, Tls. 413,098; Japan, Tls. 5,704,444; Philippine Islands, Tls. 239,051; Cochin China, Tls. 156,602 ; Siam, Tls. 273,941; Java, Tls. 427,260; Suez, Tls. 149,862; and Hawaii, Tls. 13,071. Among the exports, tea and silk take the first places. In 1880 the export of tea amounted to 2,097,118 piculs, of which 1,456,747 piculs went to Great Britain and British possessions. Manufactured Cotton and Woollen Goods and Opium constitute the bulk of the imports of foreign produce into China. The value of Cotton Goods imported in 1880 was Tls. 23,382,957; that of Woollen Goods, Tls. 5,810,688; and

• Net Imports, i.., the value of the Foreign Goods imported direct from Foreign Countries, less the value of the

Foreign Goods re-exported to Foreign Countries during the year.

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of Miscellaneous Piece Goods, Tls. 169,384. Most of these goods came from British looms. The value of the Opium, imported in 1880 was Tls. 32,344,628.

     Although China is traversed in all directions by roads, they are usually mere tracks, or at best footpaths, along which the transport of goods is a tedious and difficult undertaking. It was owing to the imperfect means of communication that such a fearful mortality attended the recent famines in Shansi, Honan, and Shantung. A vast internal trade is, however, carried on over the roads, and by means of numerous canals and navigable rivers. The most populous part of China is singularly well adapted for the construction of a network of railways, and a first attempt to introduce them into the country was made in 1876, when a line from Shanghai to Woosung, ten miles in length, was constructed by an English Company. The little railway was subsequently purchased by the Chinese Government and closed by them on the 21st October, 1877, when the rails were taken up and the line with rolling stock shipped to Formosa, where it has ever since been lying idle and rapidly spoiling. Latterly the introduction of railways has been advocated by some of the high officials. A telegraph line has been erected between Tientsin and Shanghai, which was opened in December last.

PAKHOI.

     Pakhoi is one of the ports opened to foreign trade by the Chefoo Convention of 1876. It is situated on the Gulf of Tonquin in long. 190 deg. 13 min. E. and lat. 21 deg. 30 min. N. The British Consul hoisted his flag on the 1st May, 1877, and the foreigners were well received by the natives. Pakhoi is the port for the important city of Lien-chau, from whence considerable quantities of foreign piece goods are distributed over the country lying between the West River and the sea-board. It is believed that it will also become the great outlet for the trade of the province of Kwang- si. The trade was formerly almost exclusively in the hands of Chinese, who transhipped goods from Hongkong and Macao (chiefly the latter) in native bottoms, and in 1877 the value of the trade passing through the Foreign Customs amounted to no more than Tls. 11,714, while in 1878 it was nil. Trade has, however, greatly improved and in 1880 its value was Tls. 1,748,160 as compared with Tls. 328,532 in 1879. The exports are sugar, oil, rice, tea, &c. It is anticipated that the trade of Pakboi will ultimately be very important.

The town is situated on a small peninsula and faces nearly due North. It stands at the foot of a bluff nearly forty feet high, which deprives it of the South-west breeze in summer, while in winter it is exposed to the full force of the North-east monsoon. From the bluff an extensive uncultivated plain stretches, over which there is good sport, geese, duck, snipe, plover, quail, and pigeons being found in abundance. The climate is considered to be very salubrious. The estimated population of the port is 25,000.

No port in China is more easily approached and entered than that of Pakboi. The landmarks are conspicuous and unmistakeable. The channel is wide and deep and has no hidden danger to be avoided. The anchorage is a mile and a balf from the town. There is good landing at high water, but at ebb tide only for small bonts.

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PAKOI-HOÍHOW (IN HAINAN).

DIRECTORY.

BRITISH Consulate.

Consul Octavius Johnson

Constable-Edward Purse

IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS.

Commissioner-H. Kopsch Assistant-J. C. Johnston

Assistant Examiner-

Tidewaiters-C. Wanderleach, J. P. Calhoun

Herton & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association Union Insurance Society of Canton K. K. Priv. Oest. Versicherungs Ge-

sellschaft" Donau "

Second Colonial Sea and Fire Insur-

ance Company of Batavia

Scottish Imperial Insurance Co.

衣簪隆

E Po-l ong.

Brown, Ed., auctioneer

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Sui-chang-ya g-hong.

Herton & Co., commission merchants

Ed. Herton

L. Jüdell (Hoihow

C. A. Soo

HOIHOW (IN HINAN).

Hoihow is the seaport of the city of K'iung-chow (the seat of the local govern- ment, and distant from its port about three and a half miles) which was opened to foreign trade on the 1st April, 1876. A Vice-consul, who also acts for Germany, represents British interests, and there is a branch of the Imperial Maritime Customs controlling the duties, &c., paid on foreign trade. The position of the port, though geographically favourable, is topographically unsuitable for the development of any extensive commercial transactions, vessels being compelled to anchor some two miles from the entrance of the creek, or branch of the main river upon which Hoihow is situated. The tides are extremely irregular, and the anchorage is liable to the visitation of very severe typhoons, being moreover entirely unprotected from the North. The width of the Hainan Straits, between Hoihow and the mainland-the Lien-chau peninsula-is about twelve miles. As regards health, Hoihow compares favourably with the other parts of Hainan, though fever and agus are said to prevail to some extent. The port is badly supplied with water.

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   The approaches to the shore are extremely shallow, so that loading and unloading can only be carried on at certain states of the tide. Despite this disadvantage, however, the advent of foreign steamers bas given a considerable impulse to trade, and Hoihow now almost vies with the Formosan ports in importance. town itself contains about 12,000 souls, and is governed by a Tsan-fu, or Lieutenant-Colonel. The mercantile population, though respectable, is by no means rich. It numbers about 160 business houses, dealing chiefly in silk and cotton piece goods, medicines, opium, tobacco, sugar, oil cake, &c. The inhabitants are friendly to foreigners, and no disturbances have as yet interfered with amicable intercourse, but the natives at a distance from the town have shown themselves hostile to shipwrecked mariners who have been cast on the coast. The import of opium in 1880 amounted to 1,303 piculs, and the value of the whole trade was Tls. 1,677,025 as compared with Tls. 1,373,419 in 1879.

   No foreign settlement has as yet been formed, nor does it appear that any steps will be taken to that end for a considerable time. The foreign residents at present number less than a dozen. Full reports upon the capabilities of the port have been made by H.B.M. Consul at Cinton and the Secretary of the Hongkong Chamber of Commerce.

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HOIHOW (IN HAINAN)-WHAMPOA.

BRITISH CONSULATE. KIUNGCHOW,

Consul-A. Frater

Constable-Robert E. Bruce

GERMAN Consulate.

Consular Agent-A. Frater

DIRECTORY.

UNITED STATES CONSULAte.

Consular Agent―A. Frater

     IMPERIAL MARITIME CUSTOMS. Commissioner-Colin Jamieson Assistant and Medical Officer-E. A.

Aldridge

Assistant Tidesurveyor and Acting Harbour

Master-J. Poynter

Assistant Examiner―J. Sjögren

Tidewaiters-T. Williamson, C. Tonkin

MERCHANTS.

瑞昌洋行

Sui-chang-yeung-hong.

Herton & Co., commission merchants

Edward Herton

L. Jüdell

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Just, J., merchant, and commission agent

森寶洋行

Sum-bo-yang-hong.

Schomburg, A., merchant and commission

agent-

AGENCIES.

Herton & Co., agents-

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking

Corporation

Union Insurance Society of Canton Austrian Insurance Co. "Donau." North German Fire Insurance Co. Scottish Imperial Fire and Life Insu-

rance Company

Schomburg, A., agent-

North China Insurance Co.

MISSIONARIES.

(Kiungchow)

PORTUGUESE CATHOLIC MISSION.

Rev. José V. Costa

Rev. Matheus Leong

Rev. Athanasio Atang

Carl C. Jeremiassen, independent Pro-

testant

WHAMPOA.

     This village was formerly the seat of a large portion of the foreign trade with Canton, as foreign sailing vessels are not allowed to go further up the River. The trade in sailing vessels has, however, fallen off very much, and Whampoa in now almost deserted. A British Vice-Consulate is stationed here, and a branch of the Maritime Customs, but there are no other foreigners. The large docks formerly belonging to the Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company here have been sold to the Chinese Government, and even of the grog shops only one remains.

     The village, known as Bamboo Town, is a dirty and unattractive place, without any feature of interest, but the scenery round is picturesque and pleasing. Two loft pagodas on neighbouring eminences are conspicuous objects from the river. The first of these, called the Whampoa Pagoda, is built on an island rising abruptly from the river to the height of 100 feet. It was erected about the year 1598, and is very much out of repair. A good sized tree grows from the brickwork at the summit. The other pagoda, called the First Bar Pagoda, is nearer to Canton, and occupies a hill which is considered the guardian hill of the province. It was built between the years 1621 and 1628 as a palladium to the water way of the provincial capital.

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WHAMPOA-CANTON.

The importance of Whampoa is now a thing of the past, and there are seldom more than one or two small foreign merchant vessels in port. The place will always, however, possess some interest for foreigners, since the earliest recollections of foreign commercial intercourse with China are associated with it, all foreign ships being in old times compelled to anchor at Whampoa.

British Consulate.

  Vice-consul-H. F. Hance Constable-J. H. Jones

DIRECTORY.

Imperial Maritime Customs. Assistant Tide Surveyor-Henry Eldridge

Chas. Camran, "Union Hotel," billiard saloon and bowling alley, Bamboo Town

CANTON.

Canton is situated on the Chu-kiang, or Pearl River, in latitude 23 deg. 7 min. 10 sec. N., and longitude 113 dèg. 14 min. 30 sec. E., and is the capital of the province of Kwangtung. It is sometimes called the City of Rams and the City of Genii, both of which names are derived from ancient legends. It is one of the first cities in the Chinese Empire. It is the seat of government for the province, and is the residence of the Viceroy of "The Two Kwang" (Kwangtung and Kwangsı). The Governor of Kwangtung and the Tartar General are also resident bere, besides a number of other government officials of more or less distinction. Mun Tim, who performed the duties of Haikwan, or Superintendent of Customs, up to July, 1876, made himself particularly obnoxious to foreign merchants in these parts by what has been aptly termed the "Blockade of Hongkong," which has also been kept up under his successors.

    Canton, owing to its favoured situation, became at an early date the port to which the traffic of European countries was attracted. The Portuguese found their way thither in 1516, but it is recorded that their conduct in those days was not calculated to impress the Chinese favourably. The Arab navigators had, however, been making regular voyages between Canton and the ports of Western Asia as early as the tenth century. The Dutch appeared on the scene about a hundred years later than the Portuguese, and these in their turn were supplanted by the Englisb. The latter, towards the close of the seventeenth century, founded the very profitable trade which was conducted for nearly one hundred and fifty years by the Agents of the East India Company, who established a Factory there in 1684, which was after- wards celebrated throughout the world. From 1684 the export of tea to England in- creased rapidly. The Company's monopoly terminated in 1834. In 1839, Great Britain was led to a declaration of war with China in consequence of the oppression to which foreigners were subjected by the native authorities, and Canton was menaced with

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capture in 1841. A pecuniary ransom was, however, received in lieu of the occupation of the city, and hostilities were for the time being suspended. The lesson, unfortunately, was without effect, and the arrogance of the Chinese continued unabated. The British campaigu in Central China ensued, and the result was the signature of the Treaty of Nanking (Angust 29th, 1842), by which what was called the Co-Hong monopoly at Canton was abolished and four additional ports thrown open to foreign trade. Never- theless, the provisons of the Treaty continued to be ignored in the City of Rams, and foreigners were still denied admittance within its walls. The result of protracted annoyances and insults was that in October, 1856, Sir Michael Seymour, with the fleet, again opened hostilities, and some two months later a mob in retaliation pillaged and burned all the foreign residences. In December, 1857, Sir Charles Straubenzee, in command of an expedition which had been specially despatched from Engiand, at- tacked the city, and it was taken on the 29th of that montb. The city was occupied by the English until October, 1861, a period of nearly four years.

    Canton proper extends to a breadth of about two miles, is about six miles in circumference, and is enclosed by walls about twenty feet thick and from twenty-five to forty feet high. The suburbs spread along the river for nearly five miles. The entire circuit, including the suburbs, is stated by Williams to be nearly ten miles, the walls enclosing about six miles. What is called the New City now was formerly known as the Southern Suburb. The Western Suburb stretches for miles along the river. The gates by which entrance is gained into the city are sixteen in number, and two water gates. Canton contains great attractions for foreign visitors in its numerous temples, pagodas, &c., and in the many curio shops to be found there. The French Mission have erected a large and bandsome Gothic cathedral, with two lofty towers, in the city. The structure is entirely built of dressed granite, and bas been completed externally.

When the foreign merchants went back to Canton to establish trade after the capture of the city by the English at the close of 1857, they found the Factory and the buildings along the river in ruins. Recourse for accommodation was consequently had to warehouses on the Honam side of the river. Considerable discussion subse- quently took place as to the selection of a site for a permanent British settlement, and it was eventually determined that an extensive mudflat known as Shameen should be filled in and appropriated. In 1859 an artificial island was created there, a canal constructed between the northern side of the site and the city, and solid and extensive embankments of masonry built. It took about two years to complete this undertaking, and cost no less than $325,000. Of this sum four-fifths were defrayed by the British, and one fifth by the French Government, to whom a portion of the reclaimed land was given, but they have never built on it.

In consequence, however, of the subsequent decline in the importance of Canton as a place of trade, caused principally by the opening of some of the northern ports, the Shameen site has been availed of but by few, and many of the merchants by whom lots were purchased there in 1861, at enormous prices, have withdrawn from Canton altogether. The trade now transacted there by foreigners is limited. Tea and Silk are the staple exports. The total export of Tea for the year ending 31st December, 1880, was 15;096,298 lbs. compared with 15,492,132 lbs. in 1879; and the quantity of Raw Silk exported in 1880 was 19,588 piculs. The import of Opium in 1880 was 642 piculs as compared with 1,194 piculs in 1879. The total annual re- venue of the port for 1880 was Tis. 936,782 as compared with Tls. in 1,093,144 in 1879. The purely native trade of Canton still enjoys a high degree of prosperity. The population is estimated at 1,600,000.

Ample means of intercommunication exist between Canton and Hongkong, a distance of about ninety-five miles, by foreign steamers plying daily, and a large number of uative craft. There is daily steam communication with Macao. Steamers also run regularly between Shanghai, Hongkong, and Canton. There is a safo and commodious anchorage within 150 yards of the river wall of Shameen. Only steamers go to Canton; sailing vessels never ascend beyond Whampoa, owing to the difficulties of navigating a crowded river.

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Consulates.

大英國領事官

Tai-Ying-Kwok-Ling-sze-koon.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-A. R. Hewlett

Interpreter-J. N. Jordan

Assistant-J. N. Tratman

Post Office Agent J. N. Jordan Constable-A. Duncan Linguist-Lu A-chack

FRANCE.

Consul-Léon Bellaguet

Chancelier-Interprète-V. A. Sales

UNITED STATES.

Consul-W. L. Scruggs

Vice-Consul in charge-F. Carrow

Interpreter-Chin A-kwan

Consul-J. Velez

SPAIN.

Chancelier-D. de Souza

大德國領事衙門

Tai-tuk-kwok Ving-se-nga-mun.

GERMANY.

Consul-G. Travers

Interpreter-K. I. Streich

CANTON.

DIRECTORY.

Chinese Clerk and Interpreter--Topui

大丹國領事官

Tai-tan-kwok-ling-se-koon. DENMARK.

Acting Consul-G. M. Smith (abs nt)

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-Th. von Pustau

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Vice-Consul―T. B. Cunningham

大奥限宮領事官

Ao-sze-Ma-ka Kwok-Ling-sze-koon. AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY.

Consul-A. R. Hoviet

Shameen Municipal Council.

沙海工部

Sha-min-kung-ro.

Chairman-A. T. Duval

Treasurer and Secretary-Alfred Rowe

Councillors-T. B. Cunningham, T. Samp-

son, F. E. Woodruff

Imperial Maritime Customs.

粤海關

Yuch Hai Kú an.

Commissioner-F. E. Woodruff

Acting Deputy Commissioners-G. D'Ar-

noux, F. Schjöth

Assistants-C. A. Lord, E. L. Lepissier, S. von Fries, J. Rémusat, J. Mencarini, Onia Tiberii

Clerks J. Keymeulen, N. E. Bryant Medical Attendant-F. Carrow

T'ung Wén Kuan, Teacher-T. Sampson Customs Agents, Hongkong-Lane, Craw-

ford & Co.

UNATTACHED.

(On leave from Southern Ports). | Commissioners-C. Hannen, H. E. Hobson Deputy Commissioner-A. M. de Berniêres Assistants-A. Lay, J. L. Chalmers

Chi f Tide-surveyor and Harbour Master-

H. J. Meade

Assistant Tide-surveyors-H. Eldridge,

(Whampoa), A. Iffland

Boat Officer-J. Nielsen

| Chief Examiner-D. C. Byworth

Examiner-W. A. L. Saunders

Assistant Examiners-A. L. Virmaitre, Geo.

Mason

Tide-waiters-J. H. Allcot, R. von der

Leithen, J. Burns, H. Haines, G. Bald- win, G. J. Freeth (proby.), J. A. van Aalst Watchers-Ths. Davies, J. H. Smith, H. P. C. Jorgensen, L. Rouch, E. J. S. Anderson, W. Allan, J. A. Tip, C. H. Erskine, F. Klampermeyer, J. Noodt, G. Robertson, W. Keeble, A. Smith, J. T. Manley, J. Godment, C. Pape, F. Sennett.

Chinese Clarks-Tsaŭ Wan, (principal), Wang Kum Ping, Mak Sze Cbe, Chun

Kü, Ch'a" S ́ü Fan, Lam Ping, Chun

Yn Kwai Hung Tsat Shing.

UNATTACHED.

(On leave from Southern port-.)

Tid-surveyor and Harbour Masters-S.

Parkhill, E V. Brenan

Assist. Tidesurveyor-R. Moran

館文同

Tung-wen-kwan.

CHINESE GOVERNMENT SCHOOL.

All expenses defrayed by Chinese Go-

vernment.

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CANTON.

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    Head Master-Theos. Sampson Chinese Teachers-Three

HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI Banking CORPORATION.

Thomas & Mercer, agents

CANTON CLUB.

Committee-H. F. Dent, F. Koch, C. A. Lord, T. v. n Pustau, Rev. F. R. Smith

PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION Co.

Deacon & Co., agents

HONGKONG, CANTON, AND MACAO STEAM BOAT Co., Limited.

Deacon & Co., agents

     CHINA COAST STEAM NAVIGATION CO. Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents

OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.

Russell & Co., agents

CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED Russell & Co., agents

Insurances.

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., agents-

Lancashire Insurance Company Java Sea and Fire Insurance Company National Marine Insurance Company

of South Australia

Birley & Co., agents-

Union Marine Insurance Company,

Limited, Liverpool

Guardian Fire Insurance Company,

London

Norwich Union Fire Insurance So-

Society, England

Carlowitz & Co., agents-

Hamburg and Bremen Fire Insurance

Company

Allgemeine Versicherungs Gesells- chaft für See, Fluss und Land- transport, in Dresden

Coare, Lind & Co., agents-

North British and Mercantile Insur-

ance Company

Deacon & Co., agents-

Union Insurance Society

China Traders' Insurance Company,

Limited

London and Provincial Marine In-

surance Co., Limited

China Fire Insurance Co., Limited Imperial Fire Insurance Company

Jardine, Matheson & Co., agents-

Canton Insurance Office Hongkong Fire Insurance Company

Limited

Raven, E. A., agent-

Chinese Insurance Company, Limited Royal Insurance Company, Liverpool K. K. Priv. Oesterreich Versicherungs Gesellschaft, "Donau," Vienna, Limited

Russell & Co., agents-

Yangtsze Insurance Association

Siemssen & Co., agents-

Transatlantic Fire Insurance Com- pany, Limited, of Hamburg North German Fire Insurance Com-

pany, at Hamburg

Dusseldorf Universal Marine Insur-

ance Company, Limited

German Lloyd Marine Insurance

Company, Limited, Berlin

Globe Marine Insurance Company,

Limited, London

Samarang Sea and Fire Insurance

Company, of Samarang

Second Colonial Sea and Fite In-

surance Company of Batavia Schweizerische Lloyd-Rückversiche-

rungs Gesellschaft

Thomas, Rowe & Smith, agents-

North China Insurance Company Commercial Union Insurance Co. Scottish Imperial Insurance Co.

Professions, Trades, &c. Abdoolally Ebrahim & Co., merchants and

commission agents

A dool Kayom Sum-oodin

Abdulcader Esmaljee, merchant and com-

mission agent

M. A. Sack Cumroodin, manager

Arnhold, Karberg & Co., merchants

J. Kramer, silk-inspector H. Müller

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Bhaisania, B. P., merchant, Honam

Birley & Co., merchants

K. D. Adams, tea inspector

CANTON.

Canton Dispensary, A. S. Watson & Co. J. D. Humphreys (Hongkong)

G. Laub

Carlowitz & Co., merchants

R. von Carlowitz (Germany) W. Rost (London)

C. W. B. von Bose Theo. Ruff

Paul Sachse

Carrow, F., M.D., medical practitioner

Coare, Lind & Co., public silk and tea

inspectors & commission agents

A. A. Lind

E. Rennell, silk inspector

A. Roberts, silk inspector F. O. Seaton, tea inspector

Comte, Pierre, commission agent, Canal

Road

Cooper & Co., H. N., merchants and com-

mission agents, Honam

H. N. Cooper

Deacon & Co., public tea inspectors and

commission agents

Ernest Deacon (absent)

A. T. Duval

Robert Howie (silk inspector) R. Greig (tea inspector) G. D. Fearon (absent)

E. S. Wi.ealler

F. d'Azevedo

B. F. Gonsalves

Dent & Co., Herbert, merchants

H. F. Deut

Derode Frères, P. & P.

G. Baux, sp cial agent

Futtakia, Sorabje. Rustomjee, merchant

S. R. Futtakia (Hongkong) M. H. Katrak, manager

Jardine, Matheson & Co., merchants

G. Mckrill Smith, agent (absent)

P. S. da Costa

Jeewakhaus, commissi ›n agent

Karanjia, B.P., merchant and commis-

sion agent, Honam

Kavarana, B. Framjee, merchant and

commission agent, Honam

Lacroix Cousins & Co. Joseph Cozon

Urbain Girard (Shanghai)

Merwanjee Maneckjee & Co., merchants

E. Maneckjee, manager

Metta, E. N., merchant

F. N. Metta

D. N. Metta

Mogra, R. S., merchant

Na.

Nye & Co., merchants

Gideon Nye

Pustau & Co., merchants

Th. v. Pustau

Raven, E. A., general commission agent Russell & Co., merchants

T. B. Cunningham

F. Koch

A. M. da Cruz

C. A. de Britto

Rustomjee, C., merchant and commission

agent, Honam.

ديلة

Sim-sun.

Siemssen & Co., merchants

J. Kuff, silk inspector H. Schroeter

J. Castro de Basto

Silva, M. F. da, commission agent, Canal

Road

M. F. Silva

Thomas, Rowe & Smith, public tea and

silk inspectors and commission agents

Thomas Thomas (absent) Alfred Rowe

F. Burgess Smith

J. D. Mouro

G. Prat

E. W. Mitchell

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S. M. da Cruz

L. C. da Silva

Vassania, J. P., merchant, Houam

Vogel & Co., merchants

H. Ebell, signs per pro.

Fre 1. Salinger, silk inspector P. Beltran

"Canton Hotel"

Hotels.

CANTON.

A. F. do Rozario, proprietor and auc-

tioneer

8. A. dos Remedios

OFFICERS OE THE MEDICAL MISSIONARY

SOCIETY.

Rev. C. Wenyon, M.D.

Rev. C. Bone

AMERICAN PRESBYTERIan Board.

Rev. A. P. Happer, D.D.

Dr. J. G. Kerr

Rev. H. V. Noyes

Rev. B. C. Henry

Rev. W. J. White Rev. A. A. Fulton Dr. Stubbert Miss H. Noyes Miss M. Noyes

Miss Mary R. Happer

Miss A. C. Happer

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AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSION, SOUTHERN CONVENTION.

Rev. R. H. & Mrs. Graves

Rev. E. Z. & Mrs. Simmons

President-Hon. P. Parker, M.D. (United Miss L. Whilden

States)

Senior Vice President-Prof. S. Wells

Williams, LL.D. (in United States) Second Vice President-John G. Kerr, M.D. Vice-Presidents-G. Nye, Hon. Wm. Kes- wick, W. H. Forbes, Hon. H. Lowcock, Hon. P. Ryrie, H. L. Dalrymple, E. Deacon, G. B. Glover, T. Sampson, Rev. J. Chalmers, LL.D., Rev. A. P. Happer, D.D., Rev. Geo. Piercy, Rev. R. H. Graves, M.D., T. B. Cunningham, E. McKean, A. R. Hewlett, W. L. Scruggs; R. von Carlowitz, Rev. Prof. Legge, LL.D., Ven. Archdeacon Gray, LL.D. (in Europe), Warren Delano (in United States)

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CHRIST CHURCH. Chaplain-Rev. F. R. Smith, M.A.

       CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. Rev. John Grundy

Missionaries.

WESLEYAN METHODIST MISSION.

Rev. G. Piercy, superintendent Rev. H. Parkes

Rev. T G. Selby

Rev. F. Masters

Rev. G. Hargreaves Rev. G. Marris

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Lun-tun Kow-wi.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

Rev. T. W. Pearce Rev. E. R. Eichler

Rev. John Paul, bible colporteur

FRENCH MISSION. Right Rev. P. F. Guillemin Pro-vicaire Apostolique A. Béal Rev. F. Serdet, procurator Rev. A. Grandpierre, director of Orphanag● Rev. Chausse

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SWATOW.

    Swatow, which was first thrown open to foreigners by Lord Elgin's Treaty, is situated at the mouth of the river Han, near the eastern border of the Kwangtung province, in lat. 23 deg. 20 min. 43 sec. N., and long. 116 deg. 39 min. 3 sec. E. It is the shipping port for the city of Cha'o-chow-fu, the seat of the local government, 85 miles inland, and Sun-Ho-Pa, forty miles farther up the river.

Swatow is built on the northern bank of the Han, which forms part of an alluvial plain through which the branches of the river flow. The shore on the opposite side is bold and striking, the hills stretching away to the coast and forming what is known to sea-going people as the "Cape of Good Hope;" Pagoda Hill rises at the opposite side; and in a direct line from this lies the large island of Namoa.

    The first foreign trading depôt in this locality was inaugurated at Namoa, where the opium vessels used to anchor, but it was subsequently removed to Double Island, which is situated just inside the river and is four miles from Swatow. Foreigners here made themselves notorious in the early years of the settlement by the kidnapping of coolies, and so strong was the feeling shown against them by the natives that no foreigners were safe far from Double Island, while they were strictly forbidden to enter Swatow, and it was not until 1861 that they could do so. In the country round Swatow the antipathy to foreigners was of much longer duration. The British Consul was held technically to reside at Cha'o-chow-fu, and subsequent to 1861 several in- effectual attempts were made to pass through its gates. In 1866 a visit was made under more favourable circumstances, but it is only within the last few years that the population has refrained from annoyance and insult to foreigners within its walls. In 1862 the lease of a piece of land was applied for and grinted to the British Government on the north bank of the river about a mile from Swatow, but so strong were the demonstrations of the populace against it that the matter fell through. Foreign residences, however, commenced to spring up here and there, and many of them are consequently somewhat scattered, though the majority are in or near the town of Swatow. The yearly increasing traffic of the port has led to much over- crowding on the narrow strip of land on which it is built, and since February, 1877, no less than 21 acres have been reclaimed from the sea, the greater part of which is now covered with shops and houses.

    The climate af Swatow is said to be very salubrious. The town occupies, how- ever, an unenviable position as regards typhoons, on account of being opposite the lower mouth of the Formosa Channel, and it has on many occasions been subjected to all the violence of these terrible storms, which almost every year sweep across the lower coast of China. The population of Swatow is estimated at 30,000.

The foreign trade of Swatow has never been large, but of late years it has shown a slight increase. Its proximity to Hongkong, which can be reached in from 15 to 20 hours, no doubt tells against it, as it enables the Chinese to conduct their own import business. The quantity of Opium imported has increased very much of late years; the total in 1868 was only 4,272 piculs as compared with 8,760 piculs in 1880; but this showed a falling off on the previous year of about 1,300 picnls. The quantity of Tea exported is very small, and reached only 5,660 piculs in 1880. A considerable trade is done in Sugar, there being 1,251,760 piculs exported in 1880, which shows a steady increase on previous years. The value of the trade of the port for 1380 was Tis. 21,176,684, as compared with Tls. 20,378,581 in 1879. For several months last rear trade was largely interfered with by a dispute between the Customs and the Guild, and the returns for 1881 will probably show a considerable decrease.

Consulates.

大英領事官

Ta-Eny-nian-sso-kwan.

GREAT BRITAIN.

Consul-William Gregory

Assistant-Edward L. B. Allen

DIRECTORY.

| Post-office Agent-E. L B. Allen

Constable--Henry Sage

大美國領事官

Tac-me-kwoh-ling-sz-koon.

UNITED STATES.

Consular Agent-C. C. Williams

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AUSTRIA.

Consul Gérant-William Gregory

FRANCE.

Vice-consul-William Gregory

NETHERLANDS.

Consul-Thomas William Richardson

DENMARK.

Consul-Wm. Hülse

Vice-consul-Bernhd. Schaar

GERMANY.

SWEDEN AND NORWAY.

Vice-consul-Wm. Hülse

Imperial Maritime Customs.

潮海關

Chao Hai Kuan.

Commissioner-A. Huber

SWATOW.

Assistants-W. Key, G. C. Stent, A. M.

Sowdon

Clerk-L. d'Azevedo

Tide Surveyor & Harbour Master-W. Rae Boat Officer-D. Reid

Chief Examiner-F. H. Ewer Examiner-H. Schaumlöffel Assistant Examiner―J. F. Dubois Tide-waiters-W. Luhrss, T. W. Harrocks,

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Medical Attendant-Dr. J. Pollock

DOUBLE ISLAND STATION. Assist. Tide Surveyor-W. Watson

Pilots.

A. L. Piersdorff, E. W. Focken, P. Williams, H. Frewin, H. Ramsay, M. Linklater

CHINA SUGAR REFINERY.

Robt. Craig, agent

W. F. Inglis

J. Liddell

Jas. Beaton

Edward Milne

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