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Manufacturers

of

WORTH RAILWAY MOTOR CARS

for all purposes.

FROM 20 TO 400 H.P.

Fabricante de los COCHES-MOTORES “WORTH” DE FERROCARRIL

para todos los fines.

Desde 20 hasta 200 caballos de fuerza.

Tendremos mucho gusto en enviar dutos detallados a las personas que tengan interes en ello.

A FEW CONDENSED STATEMENTS OF WHAT THE “WORTH CARS” ARE AND WHAT THEY WILL DO.

WILL run from one to seventy-five miles an hour in either direction.

WILL start promptly under all weather conditions.

WILL travel over snowy and sleety tracks.

WILL start a train of forty times its weight from a stand-still in either direction.

WILL continue to haul heavy loads.

CAN be instantly reversed with full power at any speed, without harm.

WILL seat as many passengers as if there were no motors in it.

IS just as safe at a given speed on a curve as others are on a straight track.

IS not liable to jump the track at high speed.

RIDES as easy as a steam boat and the same with either light or heavy loads.

HAS positively no quiver, as is common on all cars operated on rails.

IS electric lighted with incandescent lamps.

HAS self-starting motors.

HAS no motors in the car to disturb the passengers from odor and noise.

HAS two motors, both accessible in the interior of the car at all times.

HAS two absolutely independent power plants so that it is never necessary to stop

the car on account of power.

HAS three times the power required to operate it under ordinary circumstances.

IS capable of making double its schedule speed.

IS about half the weight of the ordinary motor car or its passenger capacity.

CAN attain full speed in five times the length of itself, because of its special features of acceleration.

HAS power applied to every wheel on the rail.

HAS four independent transmissions.

HAS eight independent wheels.

DOES NOT cut in flanges on curves and bad track and the steel tires will last twice as long as others.

IS safer than any other car because of its independent wheel system.

HAS no gears to break or bother in the transmissions.

HAS no electric devices to bother in snowy and unfavorable weather.

STARTS as smooth as an ocean liner— never a jerk or a jar.

WILL operate at about half the cost of any other system known to do the same work.

up-keep on this car is exceedingly small.

IS completely controlled by two small air valves.

IS equipped thru-out with ball and roller bearings.

WILL LAST FOR YEARS.

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BRITISH. COLONIAL AND FOREIGN TRADES.

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P H E F A C E

The presents the Twenty-eighth Edition of the Merchants’, Manufacturers’ and Shippers’ Directory of

CSSK^r.

•'.the World, which was tirst published in 1877, and the twenty-third annual issue. j

mo We - may ; confidently assert that we have spared no pains to make the book as correct as possible, and £ with this object we have in recent years largely extended the area actually covered by our travelling Agents. [ Starting from our Head Office in London, they have again corrected the lists for the 1914 edition for all the principal cities and ports of Northern, Central and Southern Europe, of India, Japan, &c., of North Africa and Egypt, of Central and South America, of the Commonwealth of Australia, the Dominion of New Zealand, &c., whilst others working from our Branch Office in New York have corrected those for all the important towns in the United States, the Dominion of Canada, &c. : others, again, working from our Branch Office at ! Hamburg, have done the same for Germany, Austria-Hungary, Russia, &c. For correct information as to the remoter and smaller towns and ports we have had largely to depend upon the courteous and invaluable assistance rendered to us by H.M.’s Consuls and Vice-Consuls, by the Secretaries of Chambers of Commerce, &c.

Classified Lists of the Export and Import Merchants of the United Kingdom have been given as heretofore (in a separate section at the end of the volume.

The aim of the Directory is to give in a single volume, not only the names of the Manufacturers, Merchants, Exporters, &c., of the United Kingdom trading with the Colonies and abroad, but also those of all the more important Foreign Merchants (whether Exporters to or Importers from the United Kingdom), and, further, those of the Manufacturers of the principal goods imported into the United Kingdom. The book thus furnishes a guide to both the Import and the Export Trades of the World, containing a large amount of information not to be found in any other look.

The want of such a work is abundantly proved at once by its constantly growing sale in Great Britain and the steadily increasing demand for it abroad. A copy is generally to be found in the office of every

VI

PREFACE.

British Consulate of importance, and British Consuls abroad have for many years past expressed themselves very strongly on the subject of its great value to Traders owing to the full information given in its pages as to the Merchants (Import and Export), the Manufacturers, &c., in all parts of the World.

Merchants, Manufacturers and others will remember that many years ago considerable correspondence took place between the various Chambers of Commerce of England and the Foreign Office as to the amount of assistance to British trade which should be rendered by the Diplomatic and Consular Services abroad : and that it was suggested that Consuls should keep a registry of persons willing to act as Agents abroad for British Traders, &c., &c.

It was then pointed out by the Consuls, with scarcely an exception, that it Avas practically impossible for them to do more in the way of promoting British trade than they Avere actually doing, ATiz., as far as possible to state the goods required in their Consular districts, while the pushing of trade must be left to the Merchants and Manufacturers themselves, who for this purpose should employ travellers, issue prospectuses, &c., &c.

In reference to this correspondence the Publishers communicated with the late Lord Iddesleigh (then the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs), asking that instructions might be given by the Foreign Office to the British Consuls abroad to supply them with such information for publication in this book as might be considered of advantage to the Manufacturers, Merchants, and Traders generally.

In reply his Lordship was then pleased to point out that :

It would be a matter not only of great difficulty but also of much delicacy for Her Majesty’s Consuls to give lists of trustworthy Merchants, “Agents, Lawyers, &c., and it will be readily understood that their attempting to do so might not unfrequently lead to invidious complaints against “them, and involve both themselves and this (the Foreign) Office in unpleasant discussions.

“As, however, your Foreign Directory appears to be a work of considerable value to British Trade, Lord Iddesleigh would be glad that “Her Majesty’s Consuls should assist, as far as possible, in making it complete, and he will not object to their giving, on your application, such information of the nature specified as they may think advisable. But in view of the difficulties alluded to, His Lordship cannot issue any general instructions on the subject, and must leave it to each Consul to give or -withhold the information desired according to local circumstances “and a proper regard for his official position.

I am to suggest that in corresponding with Her Majesty’s Consular Offices you might send them a copy of this letter, as showing to what “extent your inquiries had received the sanction of the Secretary of State.”

As the result of this reply Ave have long been favoured by the various Consuls with a A^ast amount of information which it would have been practically impossible for us to have obtained without their assistance.

PREFACE.

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The Publishers have to tender their most grateful thanks to H.B.M. Consuls, the Consuls of Foreign Powers, Secretaries of Chambers of Commerce, Lloyd’s Agents, Bankers, Merchants and others in all parts of the World, who have kindly assisted them with information.

CUSTOMS TARIFFS.

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The ‘‘Customs Tariffs of the World” have since 1903 been published annually as a separate and companion work to this Directory. Every effort has been made to bring the contents of the 1914 edition of this Book up to date, a task which is the more difficult owing to the frequency with which Foreign Tariffs are made the subject of material alterations.

London, March , 1914.

Till

LIST OF HIS MAJESTY’S REPRESENTATIVES ABROAD

U ITU NAME OF COUNTRY, REPRESENTATIVE, RANK AND NAME OF COUNCILLOR OF EMBASSY, OR FIRST SECRETARY.

Abyssinia (see Ethiopia)

Argentine Republic— Sir R. T. Tower, k.c.m.g., c.v.o., En. Ex.

& Min. Plen ; H. W. Gaisford, esq Austria H. E. The Right Ron. Sir M. W. E. de Bunsen, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., C.B., Amb. Ex. & Plen. ; Hon. Theo. Russell, c. v.o

Baden (see Hesse)

Bavaria & Wurtemberg Sir Vincent E. H. Corbett, K.c.v.o., Minister Resident

Belgicji Hou. Sir F. H. Villiers, q.c.V.o., K.C.M.G., C.B., En. Ex.

& Min. Plen. ; J. W. R. Mad' ay, esq Bolivia Cecil Gosling, esq., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. & Cons.-Genl BRAZIL Sir YViiliam H. D. Haggard, K.C.M.G., C.B., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. ; A. Robertson, e-q

BULGARIA Sir FT. G. 0. Bax-Ironside, K.C.M.G., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. ; IV. E. O’Reilly, esq

Central America (except Costa Rica)— C. Alban Youug, esq., En. Ex., Min. Plen. & Cons.-Genl Chile— Francis William Stronge, esq., En. Ex. & Min. Plen China Sir J. N. Jordan, g.c.i.e., k.c.b. .k.c.m.g., Eu. Ex. & Min. Plen

Coburg, Saxony & Waldeck & Pyrmont— Arthur C. Grant Duff, esq., Minister Resident

Colombia P. C. H. Wyndham, esq., En. Ex., Min. Plec. & Cons.- Genl

Costa Rica (see Panama)

CUBA— Stephen Leech, esq., En.rEx. & Min. Plen. & Cons.-Genl Denmark— Sir H. C. Lowther, K.C.M.G., Eu. Ex. & Min. Plen. ;

P.. S. Seymour, esq., M.V.o Ecuador (see Peru;

Egypt Field-Marshal Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum, k.p., G.C.B., o.M., G C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., I.L.D., Agent & Cons.- Genl. : M. Cheetbam, esq

Ethiopia— Hon. W. G. Thesiger, d.s.o., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. & ConE.-Genl

France H. E. The Right Hon. Sir Ir ncis Bertie, Q.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.c.V.o., Amb. Ex. & Plen. ; Earl Granville, C.v.o Germany- H. E. The Right Hon. Sir William E. Goschen. G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., Amb. Ex. & Plen.; Sir H. G. H. Rumbold, hart., M.V.o

Greece Sir Francis E. H. Elliot, G.c.V.o., K.C.M.G , En. Ex. & Min. Plen. ; Hon. IV. A. F. Erskine, M.V.o Haiti & Dominican republic -Stephen Leech, esq., Min. Plen

Hesse & Baden— Lord Acton, M.V.o.. Charge d'Affaires Italy H. E. The Right Hon. Sir J. Rennell Rodd, G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G., C.B., Amb. Ex. & Plen. : H. G. Deling, esq., M.V.o Japan H. E. The Right Hou. Sir Conyngham Greene, K.C.B., Amb. Ex. & Plen. ; H. H. D. Beaumont, esq Luxemburg (see Netherlands)

MEXICO— Sir Lionel Carden, K.C.M.G., En. Ex. & Min. Plen.; T. B. Holder, esq

Montenegro Sir J. F. C. Count de Salis, k.c.m.g., c.v.o., En. Ex. & Min. Plen

Netherlands & Luxemburg— Hon. Sir Alan Johnstone, g.c.v.o., En. Ex. & Min. Plen

Norway M. de Cardonnel Findlay, esq., C.B., C.M.G., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. ; Hon. F. 0. Liudley

Panama & Costa Rica— Sir Claude C. Mallet, c.m.g., Minister- Resident

Paraguay Sir R. T. Tower, k.c.m.g., c v.o., Minister Plenipo- tentiary

Persia— Sir W. B. Townley, K.C.M.G., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. & Cons.-Genl

Peru Aj Ecuador— Ernest Amelius Rennie, H.V.O., En. Ex. & Min. Plen

Portugal— Hon. L. D. Carnegie, M.V.o., En. Ex. & Min. Plen ROUMANIA Sir G. H. Barclay, K.C.S.I., K.C.M.G., C.V.O., En. Ex. & Min. Plen

Russia— H. E. The Right Hon. Sir G. W. Buchanan, G.C.M.G., C.I .v.o., i .B.. Amb. Ex. & Plen.; Hugli O’Beirne, esq.. C.V.O., c.B Saxony (see Coburg)

Seryia C. L. des Graz, esq., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. ; D. E. M. Crackantliorpe, esq

Siam Arthur R. Peel, esq., En. Ex. & Min. Plen. & Cons.-Gen Spain H. E. The Right Hou. Sir Arthur H. Hardinge, K.C.M.G., k.c.b., Amb. Ex. <fc Plen. ; E. A. Rennie, esq.. M.V.o Sweden— E. Howaid, esq., c.v.o., C.M.G., En. Ex. & Min. Plen Switzerland— E. M. Grant Duff, esq., c.m.g., En. Ex. A Min. Plen

TURKEY— H. E. The Right Hou. Sir Louis Mallet, K.C.M.G., C.B., Amb. F.x. & Plen. ; C. M. Marling, esq., C.B., C.M.G Cnitkd States— H. E. The Right Hon. Sir C. A- Spring-Rice, G.c.v.o., K.C.M.G., Amb. Ex. <fe Plen. ; 0. A. de R. Barclay, esq., M.V.O

Uruguay A. Mitchell Innes, esq., En. Ex., Min. Plen. & Cons.- Genl

VENEZUELA— F. D. Harford, esq., c.v.o., En. Ex. & Min. Plea Wald m k & Pyrmont (see Coburg)

Wurtemberg (see Bavaria)

FOREIGN MINISTERS IN ENGLAND

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Senor Don Y. J. Dominguez, 2 Pala?e gate W

Austria-Hungary Amb. Ex. & Plen. Count Albert Mensdorff, IS Belgrave square S W

Belgium— Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Count de Lalaing, 15 West Halkin street, Belgrave square S W

Bolivia— Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Col. Don Pedro Suarez, 74 Corn- pay ne garden."'. West Hampstead x W

Brazil Env. Ex. «fe Miu. Pieu. Mons. Eduari.o Lisboa, 1 Halkin stieet, Belgravia SW

Bulgaria En. Ex. & Min. Plen. Mons. Micliel I. Madjaroff, 51 Queen’s gate S W

Chile— Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Senor Don Agustin Edwards, 48 Grosvenor square W

China bnv. Ex. & Min. Plen. (vacant), Richmond house, 49 Portland place W

COLOMBIA— Charge d’Affaires ad int. Senor Don Satumino Restrepo, 8 Green oroft gardens. South Hampstead N w

Costa Rica— En Ex. & Miu. Plen,, Senor Don Wenceslao de la Guardia, 10 Strathmore gardens, Kensington w

CUBA— Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. General Carlos Garcia Velez, Grosvenor n ansions, Victoria street S w

Denmark^ Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Mons. H. de Grevenkop* Castenskiold, 29 Tout street S W

Dominican Republic— Consul-General, Senor Don Arturo L. Fiallo, 36 Mark lane E C

Ecuador— Consul-General, Senor Don Ce!so Neva res, 9 Bishops- gate, E C

France Amb. Ex. & Plen. Mons. Paul Cam bon, Albert gate house s W

Germany'- -Amb. Ex. & Plen. H.SH. Prince Lichnowsky, 9 Carl- ton house terrace s w

Greece Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Mons. J. Gennadius, 14 De Vere gardens s w

Guate ala Cl arge d'Affaires, Senor Don Jose Maria Lardiz;ibal, 11 Queen Victoria street E c

flAYTI Minister Res dent, Mons. A. C. Saiisaricq, 76 Victoria street s w . ,

Honduras— Consul-General, Mr. M. J. Kelly, 7 & 8 Idol lane EC

Italy Amb. Ex. & Plen. the Marquis Imperiali, 20 Grosvenor square W

Japan Amb. Ex. &Plen. Mr. Katsunosuke Inouye, 10 Grosvenor square w

Liberia Env. Ex. & Min. Pleu. Mr. J. P. Crommelin, 13 Eaton place s w

Mexico— Env. Ex & Min. Plen. Senor Ton B. Carlajal y Rosas, 98 Cromwell road s W

Monaco Consul-General, Mr. T. Lumley, 37 Conduit street w

Montenegro— Consul-General, Sir J. n. Parkington, 21 Mincing lane E C

Netherlands Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Baron Gericke, 12 Montagu place, Bryanston squa e W

Nicaragua Consul, Senor Don F. Eduardo Martinez, 19 East- cheap E c

Norway— Env. Ex. & Alin. Plen. Mons. B. Vogt, 25 The Boltons, South Kensington S W

Panama— Minister Resident, Senor Dr. Don Ramon M. Valdes, 9 Id, Billiter buildings E C

Paraguay Consul-General, Air. A. James, 18 Eldon street, E C

PERSIA Env. Ex. & Mill. Plen. MirzaMehdi Khan, 22 Queen's gate gardens s W

Peru Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Senor Don C. G. Candamo, 104 Victoria street s w

Portugal Env. Ex. & Alin. Plen. Senhor AI. Teixeira-Gomes, 12 Gloucester plat e, Portman square w

Roumania Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Mons. Nicolas Alisu, 4 Cromwell places W

Rus.^ja— A mb. Ex. <fe Plen. Count Beuckendorff, Chesham house, Ohtjsnam place s w

Salva dor— Charge d’ Affaires, Senor Doctor Don Arturo R. Avila, 7 & 8 Union court E C

San Marino Consul-General, Air. A. Serena, 34 Leadenhall street E C

Ser vi a— Charge d'Affaires, ad. int. Mons. Grouitcb, 40 Pont street S W

SiaM^-Eiiv. Ex. & Min. Plen. Phya Sudliam Alaitri, 23 Ashburn place. South Kensington s w

Spain Amb. Ex. <fc Plen. Senor Don Alfonso Alerry del Val, 1 Grosvenor gardens s W

Sweden— Env. Ex. Min. Plen. Count H. AVrangel, 73 Portland place w

Switzerland- -Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Alons. G. Carlin, 3

l Portland place w

Turkey— Amb. Ex. & Plen. H.H. Tevtik Pasha, 69 Portland pl.w

United States Amb. Ex. & Plen., Hou. Walter Hines Page, esq., 123 Victoria street s W

Uruguay— Env. Ex. & Min. Plen. Senor Don F. R. Vidiella, 194 Queen’s gate s w

Venezuela Env. Ex. & Min. Plen., Senor Dr. Don Santos A. Dominici, Savoy Hotel w C

COLONIAL GOVERNORS &c.

North American,

Canada Governor -General & Commander-in-Chief, Field-Marshal

H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, K.o., K.T., K.P., P.C., g.C.b.,

G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., Ottawa

Provinces of Canada :

Ontario- Lieutenant-Governor, Col. Sir John Morison Gibson. K.C., K.C.M.G., LL.D., Toronto

QUEBEC Lieutenant-Governor, Sir Francois Charles Stanislas Langelier, LL.D , Quebec

Nova Scotia— Lieutenant-Governor, J. D. McGregor, esq., Halifax

New Brunswick— Lieutenant Governor, The Hon. Josiah Wood, Fredericton

Manitoba— Lieutenant-Governor. D. C. Cameron, esq., Winnipeg

British Columbia— Lieutenant-Governor, Thomas Wilson Paterson, esq., Victoria, V.I

Prince Edward Island— LieuteDant-Governor, Benjamin Rogers, esq.. Charlottetown

A lb khta— Lieutenant-Governor, George Hedley Vicars Bulyea, esq., Edmonton

Saskatchewan— Lieutenant-Governor, George William Brown, esq. Regina

North-West Territories Commissioner, Lieutenant- Colonel Frederick White, C.M.G

NEWFOUNDLAND Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Walter

Edward Davidson, e3q., C.M.G., St. John’s

A u st ral asi a n .

Commonwealth of Australia Governor-General & Com- mander-in-Chief, His Excellency The Right Honourable Lord I Denman, P.c , G. C.M.G., K.C.V.O

States of the Commonwealth of Australia:

New South Wales Governor, Sir Gerald Strickland, G. C.m.g., Sydney; Lieutenant-Governor, The Hon. Sir William Portus Cull II, K.C.M.G., LL.D

VICTORIA— Governor, Sir John M. F. Fuller, Bart., K.C.M.G., Melbourne ; Lieutenant-Governor, The Hon. Sir John Madden, G.C.M/G

Queensland Governor, Sir William MacGregor, m.d.,

G.C.M.G., C.B., Brisbane; Lieutenant-Governor, The Honourable Sir Arthur Morgan

Tasmania The Right Honourable Sir William Grey Ellison- Macartney, K.C.M.G., Hobart; Lieutenant-Governor, The Honourable Sir John Stokell Dodds. K.C.M.G South Australia— Governor. Admiral Sir Day Hort Bosanquet, G.c.v.o., K.C.B. , Adelaide; Lieutenant-Governor, The Right Honourable Sir Samuel James Way, Bart WESTERN Australia— Governor, Major-General Sir H. Barron, K.C.M.G., C.V.O., Perth ; Lieutenant-Governor, Sir Edward Albert Stone, k.c.m.u

New Zealand— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, His Excellency ( The Right Honourable The Earl of Liverpool, K.C.M.G., M.V.O., i Wellington

Fiji Islands— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Ernest Bickham Sweet-Escott, K.C.M.G., Suva Western Pacific— High Commissioner, Sir Ernest Bickham Sweet-Escott, K.C.M.G., Suva

West Indian.

. Jamaica— Captain-General & Governor-in-Chief, Brig.-Gen. Sir \ William Henry Manning, K.C.M.G., c.B., Kingston 1 Turks & Caicos Islands— Commissioner, Frederick Henry ( Watkins, esq., I.s.o., Grand Turk

British Honduras— -Governor & Commander-in-Cbief, Wilfred Collet, esu., c.m.g., Belize'

British Guiana Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Walter Egerton, K.C.M.G., Georgetown

Bahama Islands— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Geo. B Haddou Smith, esq., C.M.G., Nassau Trinidad & Tobaco Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir George Ruthven Le Hunte, G. C.M.G., Port of Spain Barbados— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Leslie Pro by n, K.C.M.G., Bridgetown Windward Islands :

Grenada— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Lieut.-Col. Sir James Hayes Sadler, K.C.M.G., c.B., St. George’s Saint Vincent Administrator & Colonial Secretary, Hon. Charles G. Murray, Kingstown

Saint Lucia— Administrator & Colonial Secretary, Edward John Camion, esq., C.M.G., Castries

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Leeward Islands :

Antigua— Governor & Commander- in-Cjhief, Sir Henry Hesketlij Joudon Bell, K.C.M.G., St. John's Saint Christopher Nevis— Administrator, Thomas Laurence Roxburgh, esq., C.M.G., Basseterre Dominica Administrator, William Douglas Young, *sq., C.M.G., Roseau

Montserrat— Commissioner, .Lieut. -Colonel Wilfred Bennett DavidSon-Bouston, C.M.G., Plymouth Virgin Islands— Commissioner, T. L. H. Jarvis, esq., Tortola BERMUDA ISLANDS— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Lieut. - General Sir George Mackworth Bullock, K.C.B., Hamilton

African.

Union OF South Africa— Governor-General, H.E. The Right Honourable Viscount Gladstone, P.C., G.C.M.G., Pretoria Provinces of the Union of South Africa:

Cape of Good Hope— Administrator, The Honourable Sir Nicolaas Frederic de Waal, k.c.m.g., Cape Town Natal— Administrator, The Honourable C. J. Smythe, | Pietermarit zburg

TRANSVAAL Administrator, The Honourable J. F. R. Rissik, j Pretoria

Orange Free State— Administrator, The Honourable A. E. W. Ramsbottom, Bloemfontein

South AFRICA High Commissioner, The Right Honourable Viscount Gladstone, P.C., G C.M.G., Pretoria

Bechuan aland Protectorate Resident Commissioner, Lieu- tenant-Colonel Francis William Panzera, C.M.G., Mafeking Basutoland Resident Commissioner, Sir Herbert Cecil Sloley, K.C.M.G., Maseru

Swaziland Resident Commissioner, R. T. Cnryndon, esq., C.M.G N yasa land Protectorate— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Geonre Smith, esq., C.M.G., Zomba Saint ^Helena Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Major H. E. S.

Cordeaux, c.B., C.M.G. , Plantation house Sierra Leone Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Edward Marsh Merewether, K.C.V.O., C.M.G., Freetown Gambia— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Lieut.-Col. Sir Henry Lionel Galway, K.C.M.G., D.S.O., Bathurst Gold coast Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Hugh Charles Clifford, K.C.M.G., Accra

Northern Nigeria— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, G.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O., Zungeru Southern Nigeria Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Mr Frederick John Dealtry Lugard, G. C.M.G., C.B., d.s.o., Lagos East Africa Protectorate Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Henry Conway Belffeld, esq., C.M.G., Nairobi Uganda Protectorate— Governor A Commander-in-Chief, Sir Frederick John Jackson, K.C.M.G.. C.B., Entebbe Somaliland Protectorate Commissioner & Commander-in- Chief, Horace Archer By ait, esq., C.M.G

Mediterra.nca.rt.

Gibraltar— Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Lt.-Gen. Sir H. S.

G. Miles, k.c.k., C.v.o., in Fortress Malta Governor & Con mander-in-Cliief, General Sir Henry Macleod Leslie Ruudle, R.A., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G., D.s.o. , Valletta

Cyprus High Commissioner A Commander-in-Chief, Major Sir Hamilton John Goold-Adams, G.C.Jl.G., C. B., Nicosia

Eastern.

Ceylon Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Robert Chalmers, K.C.B

Hong Kong Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Sir Francis Henry May, K.C.M.G., Victoria

Mauritius Governor & Commander- in-Chief, Major Sir John Robert Chancellor, R.E., K.C.M.G., D.s.o., Port Louis Seychelles Governor & Commander- in-Uhief, Lieut.-Col. Charles Richard Mackey O’Brien, C.M.G., Port Victoria Straits Settlements- Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Capt.

Sir Arthur Henderson Young, K.C.M.G., Singapore W EIHAIWEI Commissioner, Sir James Haldane Stewart Lockhart, K.C.M.G

Miscellaneous.

Falkland Islands Governor* Commander-in-Chief, William | Lamond Allardyee, esq., C.M.G., Stanley

COLONIAL REPRESENTATIVES IN LONDON

Canada High Commissioner for the Dominion of Canada; W. L.i Griffith, secretary; C. J. Taylor, assistant secretary; G. H. Mitchell. E. P. Luke, T. Allin, E. Churchouse & P. M. Dearie,, clerks, 17 Victoria st» eet s w .Assist mil Superintendent of Emigration , ' J. O. Smith, 11 * 12 Charing cross WC ; Branch for City enquiries , 73 Basiughall street E C

New Brunswick— Augustus Bowder, representative, 37 South- ampton street, Strand w C

NOVaJsCOTIA— John Howard, agent-general, 57A, Pall mall S w British Columbia— John Herbert Turner, agent-general, 228.

- 232, 233 236 & 237 Salisbury house, Finsbury circus E C

Prince Edward Island— Harrison Watson, agent-general, 199 Ashley gardens, Westminster s w

Alberta John Alex. Reid, agent-general, Trafalgar buildings, Northumberland avenue W C

Commonwealth of Australia, Office of— Hon. Sir George Houstoun Reid, P.C., G. C.M.G., K.C., High Commissioner for Australia; Capt. R. Muirhead Collins, R.N., C.M.G., secretary ; Frank Savage, assistant secretary ; Col. Percy N. Buckley, R.A.E., military adviser : Capt. F. Haworth-Booth, R.N., C.M.G., naval adviser, 72 Victoria street S W Ntw SOUTH Wales— Timothy Augustine Coglilan, I.S.O., agent- general ; Thomas George White, seert-tary ; Henry Gordon, chief clerk, 123 & 125 Cannon street E o ; Walter Shellshenr, inspecting & consulting engii eer, 64 Victoria street S W VICTORIA Hon. Peter McBride, agent-general ; H. G. W. ale, J.P., secretary, Melbourne place. Strand w c South Australia Hon. Andrew Alexander Kirkpatrick, agent- general ; J. B. Whiting, secretary & registrar of stock, 85 Grace- church street E c

Queensland Major Sir Thomas Bilbe Robinson, k.c.m.g., agent- general; P. J. Dillon, J.P., secretary ; T. J. Whittington, acting irector intelligence branch; James Tearoe, m.i.c.e., m.i.m.e., .).P., executive engineer, 409 & 410 Strand w C Western Australia Lieut.-Col. Hon. Sir Newton James Moore, k.c.m.g., agent-general ; Reginald Charles Bare, secretary; E. E. Salter, inspecting engineer, 15 Victoria street S W Tasmania Hon. Sir John McCall, M.D., ll.d., agent-general;

H. W. Ely, secretary, 56 Victoria street s W New Zealand— Hon. Thomas Mackenzie, High Commissioner for the Dominion of New Zealand ; Charles Wray Palliser, sec. ; T. H. Hamer, audit officer ; Messrs. Carruthers & Elliot, consulting engineers ; T. E. Donne, emigration commissioner & shipping officer ; H. C. Cameron, produce com-

missioner ; A. Crabb, f.r.c.V.s., veterinary officer ; W. Wright, inspector of dairy produce; A. S. Row, chief clerk ; G. F. Copus, accountant; J. K. Campbell, librarian & officer in charge of Information Bureau, 13 Victoria street, Westminster s W

I South Africa, Union of—

High Commissioner; T. Slingsby Night- ingale, secretary ; R. A. Blankenberg, assistant secretary, 32 Victoria street, Westminster s W

CROWN AGENTS FOR THE COLONIES.

\ Head, office, Whitehall gardens S W. Shipping office , 13 Ot . St.

Helens E C. Stock Transfer office , 1 Tokenhouse buildings E C.

| Packing Store, Pole Abbey chambers. Lambeth hill E 0 \Crown Agents for the Colonies , Sir Reginald Laurence Antrobus, k.c.m.g., C.B. Major Maurice Alexander Cameron C.M.G. late R.E. & William Hep worth Mercer, esq. C.M.G Secretary, P. H. Ezechiel

Chief Clerk & Chief Accountant, E. G. Antrobus

Accountant Sc Deputy Chief Clerk , N. E. O. Willis

Assistant Accountant , R. Paley

Registrar of Inscribed Stocks. C. F. R. H. Urquhart

Assistant Registrar , F. W. lieakin

Chief Cashier, L. Adams, i.s.o

Assistant Cashier , W. A. Phillips

Head of Engineering Works Department , Major J. F. H. Car- michael, late R.E

Assistant Heads of Works Department , W. Eraut, A. M.I.C.E. * G. R Lock. B. A

Head of Engineering Inspection Department , A. M. Heath, A.M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E

Assistant Heouis of Engineering Inspection Department , C.E. Williams, M.I.M.E. & H. E. Wimperis, M.A., A.M.I.C.E., M.I.E.E Head of General Stores Department , H. F. Smith Assistant Heads of General Stores Department, J. W. Potter * F. E. Knight

Head of Insurance & Checking Department, W. E. James Assistant, A. B. Reade

Head of Appointments <k Miscellaneous Department Jc Assistant Secretary , H. Martin

Assistant Heads of Appointments & Misc. Department , H. Warde & M. S. Darroch

Head of Shipping Department , T. H. Holt Assistant Head of Shipping Department , H. W. L. Naylor Superintendent of Stock Transfer Office , G. Hodgson Inspector of Stamps, G. N. K. Barrow

Engineering Draughtsman , J. W. Spiller, A. M.I.C.E Superintendent of Crown Agents' Sto?-e , S. C. Elphick Superintendent of Records , W. L. Paton

Bankers , Bank of England & London County & Westminster Bank Limited

Stock Brokers, Messrs.]]MuUens, Marshall & Co. & Messrs. J. & A* Scrimgeour *

Bill Brokers, Messrs. R. W. Carter & Co

Solicitors, Messrs. Sutton, Ommarmey & Rendall

Birmingham Agents , Messrs. V. & R. Blakemore

Engravers of Revenue A Postage Stamp Dies , Messrs. De la Rue & Co

The following are the Colonies * Protectorates for which the Crown

Agents transact business in this country :

Bahamas

Barbados

Basutoland

Becbua!naland

Bermuda

British Guiana

British Honduras

Ceylou

Cyprus

East Africa Pro- tectorate Falkland Islands Federated Malay States Kedah Kelantan Perak Selangor Negri Sembilan Pahang

Fiji

Gambia Gibraltar Gold Gbast Hong Kong Jamaica Labuan

Leeward Islands Antigua Dominica Montserrat St. Kitts-Nevis Virgin Islands Malta Mauritius Newfoundland Northern Nigeria Nyasaland St. Helena Seychelles

Sierra Leone Somaliland Pro- tectorate Southern Nigeria Straits Settle-

ments Swaziland Tobago Trinidad Turks Island Uganda Protec- torate

Wei Hai Wei Windward Islands Grenada

St. Lucia St. Vincent W esternPacific(High Commission)

The Crown Agents also act as Agents for the West African Frontier Force, the King’s African Rifles, the Uganda Railway ; the Gov- ernment of Zanzibar, the Singapore Harbour Board & the Penang Harbour Board

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LIST OF OFFICERS IN HIS MAJESTY’S CONSULAR

with British Consular Officers, they should be addressed not by name bin by their Consul, Vice-Consul, Consular Agent at .]

SERVICE

official designation, i.e. British Consul-General,

[_To avoid delay in communicating

ABYSSINIA Adis Abeba Minister Plenipotentiary & Consul-General, Hon. W. G. Thesiger, D.s.o Adis Abeba— Consul, Major C. H. M. Doughty Wylie, C.M.G

Harrar— Consul, J. H. H. Dodds N.-W. Abyssinia— Consul. C. H. Armbruster Western Abyssinia— Consul, C. H. Walker (resides at Ganibela)

ARGENTINE REPUBLIC—

Buenos Aires Consul, H. G. Mackie Buenos Aires Vice-Consul, W. G. C. Gardner Buenos Aires— Vice Consul, Charles Bristow Buenos Aires Vice-Consul, P. E. Davies Bahia Blanca -Vice-Consul, C. C. Cumming Campana Vice-Consul, T. R. Wood La Plata Vice-Consul, S. Puleston La Plata Consular Agent, E. C. Boas Port Gallegos Consular Agent, J. Duncan Port Madryn Vice-Consul, C. T. Alt Tucuman Vice-Consul, F. E. Tirbutt Rosario Consul, S. S. Dickson Rosario— Vice-Consul, A. S. Nolan Concordia Vice-Consul, Herbert Robinson Cordoba Vice-Consul (vacant)

Parana Vice-Consul, W. Thompson Santa Fe Vice-Consul, H. G. Norman Villa Constitucion Vice-Consul, F. Darcli AUSTRIA-HUNGARY—

Vienna Consul-General, Sir F. W. Duncan, bart

Vienna— Consul, 0. S. Phillpotts Briinn Vice-Consul, G. V. Neumark Carlsbad— Vice-Consul. H. M. Gann Innsbruck Vice-Consul, T. Stern Lemberg Vice-Consul, Prof. R. Zaloziecki Prague Consul, Capt. A. W. W. Forbes Budapest Consul-General, W. G. Max Muller, C.B

Budapest Consul, I. Briill, C.M.G Budapest Vice-Consul. Dr. A. Kauffmann Kolozsvar Vice-Consul, I. Tamasi Fiume— Consul, W. J. Holmes Fiume— Vice-Consul, A. Steinacker Ragusa Vice-Consul (vacant)

Lissa— Consular Agent. S. Topic Trieste Consul-General, J. B. Spence Trieste Vice-Consul, N. Salvari Sarajevo— Consul, J. F. Jones BELGIUM -

Antwerp— Consul-General. Sir E. C. Hertslet Antwerp Vice-Consul, W. Lydcotte Antwerp— Vice-Consul R. H. Cox Antwerp Vice-Consul, M. N. Kearney Bruges & Zeebrugge— Vice-Consul, Lieut. - Col. H. E. Boileau Brussels Vice-Consul, T. E. Jeffes Charleroi & Mons— Vice-Consul, H. Le Fanu Congo (Belgian), see Congo Ghent— Vice-Consul, F. Lethbridge Liege— Vice-Consul, J. B. Dolphin Ostend & Nieuport— Vice-Consul (vacant) Spa Vice-Consul, H. Hayemal BOLIVIA

La Paz —Envoy Ex., Minister Plen. & Consul- General, C. W. G. Gosling La Paz Vice-Consul, G. T. Maclean Cochabamba Vice-' onsul, A. Barber Oruro Vice-Consul, C. E. Palmer Santa Cruz— Vice-Consul, H. E. Bloomfield Sucre Consul, E. F. Moore Uyuni Vice-Consul. T. Mason BRAZIL—

Bahia Consul, E. M. de Garston Bahia Vice-Consul, F. StevensoD Aracai u Vice- Consul— T. Ferraz Para— Consul, G. B. Michell Para— Vice-* onsul, .1. Bremner Manaos— Vice-Consul, W. Robilliard Maranbam Vice-Consul, C. E. Clissold Pernambuco Consul, H. E. Dickie Pernambuco— Vice-Consul ( vacant)

Ceara Vice-Consul, Dr. W. Studart Maceio Vice Consul, K. C. Macray Paraiba Vice-Consul, C. H. Howe Itio Grande do Norte Vice-Consul, 0. d’A. Garcia (acting)

t .rto Alegre Consul, Dr. T. C. Dillon Kid de Janeiro Consul-General, R. D. O’Sullivan Beare

Rio de Janeiro— Vice-Consul, E. Hambloch Rio de Janeiro— Vice-Consul, C. G. Pullen Luyaba Vice-Consul, J. L. II. Atkinson Morro Velho —Vice-Consul, Dr. John Spear Sao Joao del Rey -Vice-Consul, C. Causer Victoria Vice-Consul, B. Barry

Rio Grande du Sul— Consul, E. J. Wigg Jruguayana Vice Consul. A. F. L. Thompson

Sad Paulo— Consul, G. G. F. Atlee ~ao Paulo Vice-Consul, C. W. Miller ( urityba Vice-Consul, H. H. Gomm Florianopolis Vice-Consul, W. B. Chaplin Santos Vice-Consul, R. A. Sandall Sao Francisco Vice-Consul, R.O’N. Addison BULGARIA—

Sofia Envoy Ex., Minister Plen. & Consul- General, Sir HenryG.O.Bax- Ironside, K. C.M.G Sofia— Vice-Consul, W. B. Heard Philippopolis— Vice-Consul, H. E. W. Young Varna Yice-Consul. J. B. Gilliat-Smith Bourgas Consular Agent, A. Tacchela Boustchouk Consular Agent, S. Mayer CENTRAL AMERICAN REPUBLICS—

Costa Rira (see also under Panama)

Costa Rica Minister Resident Ac Consul- General, Sir C. C. Mallet, C.M.G Guatemala Envoy Ex., Minister Plen. & Consul-General, C. Alban Young, M.V.O Guatemala— Vice-Consul, E. Bellingham Guatemala Vice-Consul, G. D. N. Haggard Livingstone & Puerto Barrios— Vice-Consul, W. Agar

San Jose Vice-Consul, David Savage Quezaltenango— Consul, Hugo Fleiscbmaun Honduras— EnvoyEx., Minister Pleu. & Consul- General, C. Alban Young, M.V.O. (resides at Guatemala)

Amapala Consul, R. Motz

Omoa & Puerto Cortes Consul ( vacant)

San Pedro Sula V ice-Consul,H. F. Panting Tegucigalpa— Consul, J. P. Armstrong Tegucigalpa— Vice-Consul, A. W. Eyl Truxillo Consul, A. E. Melhado La Ceiba— Vice-Consul, A. R. Tayelor Nicaragua Envoy Ex., Minister Plen. &