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Pu.Hm.BrttM iTlnMI nuyfiw.Pi
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iijtfiMrfru7..i . i it, nf
Scaled tenders will bo leeeiwd al
llio lnhuior Ollice until FRIDAY,
Mnroe Olh, it 12 o'clock noon foi
building nn addition to the Kemieno
Plana and specifications can be
seen at tho Olllcc of the Superinten
dent of Ptiblio Wuiks.
The Minister of tlio Interior docs
not bind hitnsolf lo accept tlio lowest
or any bid.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of tlio lntciior.
lntciior OJlico, Match 0, 18S8.
8 1 III
IVciitpd to neither Sect nor '.?),
Hut cstaMh&etffor the benefit of alt.
FRIDAY. 3MAK. 0, 1888.
Sealed tenders will be leeoivcd at
tbo Ollice of tlio Superintendent of
"Water Works until MONDAY,
Muich 12tb, 1888, at 12 o'clock noon
for building an Engine lloiibc for
Honolulu Fire Department, (Wood
or lb ick).
Plans and specifications can be
seen by calling on .1. C. Wliite, E-i.,
at tbc Roll Tower.
Tlio Chief Engineer docs not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
Acting Chief Engineer II. 1 D.
Honolulu, Maieh 7th, 188S.
Sealed tendeis will be leueived at
the Interior Ollice until FRIDAY
March 9th, 1888, at 12 o'clock noon,
for building u now bridge across the
Manoa bticam, Manoa Valley.
Also, for building a new bridge
aeioss tin Hticain at Waikiki, neai
the Long Ilruiicli Hut lis.
Plans and specifications for botli
tlio above bridges can be seen at the
ollice of the Superintendent of Public
Tlio Minister of the lntciior docfe
not bind himself to accept the lowofct
or any bid.
LOItlllX A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
lntciior Office, March .", 1888.
ARGUMENTS AND MOTIVES AND
Kihtuh Uii.i.r.Tix: Have wo not
had about enough of this presenta
tion of arguments, that are Illogical,
and motive that are questionable,
in urging upon the community tlie
acceptance of a quibble in place of
truth, and over-reaching in placu of
even-handed justices. Mipposc that
people can couvincc themselves
that what they want to believe is
true; is that a reason for shutting
our oyes to the ical facts in the
case ; or, worse still, denying that
truth is Uuth, and fact is fact? Sup
pose it to be a fact, suppose we
speak only the truth, when we say,
if this now constitution puts, the
veto power in the hands of an it res
ponsible Hawaiian, we have commit
ted a grave blunder and imperilled
the best interests of the community,
is that any reason why wc should
go back on our own pledged verac
ity ami honor, anil withhold or ileny
vihat we have promised to give? Is
thcie not greater danger in attempt
ing to carry on measures of reform
fiom a starting-point of opliistry
and fraud, than there is in meeting
a danger fully and fairly? "Thcie
goes a brave man," said Welling
ton at Watciloo as he saw an artil
lery man riding by, with blanched
face, but firm set look, going into
the very hottest of the enemy's lire.
He knew the danger; but confront
ed it calmly, intelligently, reso
lutely. "What aie, on doing hero?"
was asked of a c.iptain in tiio late
war of secession, skulking behind a
haystack. "Why why do you
think the bullets can come through
this?" He could think only of his
own personal safety. Are there not
higher motives, than can be mcas
ui ed by dollars in our pockets, or
blood in our veins? When the
Legislature meets again, will it be
vtilh the determination that justice
shall be done, and righteousness
maintained? Or, will the Legisla
ture think they have got the belter
of the King by maintaining a legal
quibble to he truth and fact? What
is the fact? Will not some one tell
us? Did, or did not those who fram
ed the constitution intend a personal
veto power to the King?
OrncK or tui: Roahd or Hkai.tii,)
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 2i, 18SS. J
Scaled tenders will be icceived at
the Office of the Boaid of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, SATURDAY,
March 21, 1888, for the pale to the
Board of Health of 200 head or less
of 2 to :J year old heifers, suitable for
One tender to be for the dolivcry
of the cattle on boaid tlio vessel, and
another tender for delivery of the
same at Kalaupapa, Molokai.
The Piesident docs not bind him
self to aecopt the lowest or any bid.
N. 11. EMERSON,
President of the Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, II. I., Ecb. 16, 1888.
Notice is hereby given to all em
ployees of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, and to other persons to whom
moneys may be duo at the Hawaiian
Treasury on or bcfoio Maicb 111,
1888, to present voucbeis for settle
ment on or before that date ; and all
poisons having moneys on account
of the Govprnment aio lequcsled to
make their returns piomptly, in
order that there may bo no delay in
closing the accounts for the fiscal
poriod ending March 31, 1888.
W. L. GREEN.
08 tf Minister of Finance.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Inlands
Draw Exchange on the
I3:mlc ol Ouliloi-iiin, W. JT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Sictwa. N. M. Rothbcliild & Bon, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Bydney,
The Comineicial Until; Co.. of Bydney,
The Hunk of New Zealand: Auckland,
ChrlBlRhurcb, anil Wellington,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, 1J. 0., anil Portland, Or.
Tnmsuct a General Hanking l!usino3E.
, dfi!) ly
STOP THAT SCANDAL.
Editou Bui.uvnx : 1 would like
to call vour attention to a few peo
ple in Honolulu who uvuke it their
business to talk about other people
without the slightest provocation.
Is it not possible that they could
be made to keep a still tongue in
their heads? Is it not possible to
prosecute them? There should be
some way of stopping them. I am
the victim of the tongue of one of
these slanderers, and I assuic you
it is anything but pleasant. This
person, in the couise of conversa
tion with a friend of mine, a day or
two ago, did all in her power to in
jure me. Some of her remarks
were very damaging. 1 defy her to
prove what she said. 1 have never
in any way spoken of her in a dis
respectful manner. I have always
spoken of her in the highest terms,
and I cannot conceive why she
should try to injure me. Unfoitun
atcly (but fortunate for me) I am
not one of those poor fools who
squander all their earnings on pre
sents for other people. One great
fault. I would like this person to
know that if ever I hear of her re
peating what she said about me the
other day, I will do all in my power
to have her pioseculed. It is time
an example hhould be made of oine
of such cases. It is usually so that
when ignorant persons through
lucky circumstances, find themselves
holding a high position in society,
lo run down their betters. At any
rate, I and my family, although wc
are not society people are far above
those who are slandering us. Many
thanks Mr. Editor for your kindness
in allowing mu tho above space.
Tho British ship Galgate,
Calcutta November 17th for
York, has been burned at sea. The
crew have arrived at Peniambuco.
At a pigeon-shooting match on
tho private ground of the Marquis
of Ailsbury, near Windsor, Eng.,
Captain Brewer, the American wing
shot, defeated W. II. Parsons by 31
birds to 19 out of 40.
American producers of lead favor
tho imposition of an export duty on
THE CANADIAN ABROAD.
INTI'.llKSTIXa I.KTTr.ll 1'ltOM V. V. AMI-
KOItl), 01' HONOLULU, rOKMI.Itl.Y or
The following letter was received
by Mr. Urent, of this city, fiom V.
V. Ashford, tlio former Toiontoniun
who has had such a career in tlio
Sandwich Islands :
Honolulu, S. I., )
Jan. 1, 1888. J
Dear II. : Pressure of business
has prevented my sooner answering
yours of November 27th last, which I
received in clue courso and from
which I first learned of your re
moval to Toronto. We havo had
what our late lamented friend Rev.
II. AV. Reecher would call a li of
a time out here, of which you have
undoubtedly learned something
fiom the newspaper press. It is a
straight year now since the Revolu
tionary "conspiracy" conimencod,
with about a half dozen men as the
nucleus of the "Hawaiian League."
The sentiment hud been "culti
vated" for months previously. We
succeeded, by force of aims, on
June flOlh (and without actual con
flict, but by a coup) in wrestling
absolulo power frojn a king who
was more despotic than the Czar
of Russia, lie was a wild despot
in many ways niul from a certain
standpoint, a right good fellow, but
absolute in tho extreme. Almost
before things got lo working under
tho now regime, men of tho Revolu
tionary party that branch of it
which represents the "missionary"
clement here, and who, as such,
form a polllico-r.ooial "family com
pact" and work to the exclusion of
adventurers "from all proferment"
commenced plotting to butcher
those of the party whom they deem
ed "advcntUiers"" those very men
who bad really accomplished the
revolution. This was the beginning
of conspiracies and counter-conspiracies,
which were only preentcd
from breaking into open conflict by
the presence of a licet of BritWi and
American War vessels in the har
bor. As it was, it came very near
ending in a coup d'etat by the
Kinir's Daily, this ic9iilt being
solely pievcnted, I think, by inde
cision and instability on the part of
the King himself and his confident
ial advisers at the critical moment.
In fact, we have been on the "lag
ged edge" of political chaos, vary
ing kalcidoseopieally, but all the
time existing, till "within the past
four or five days wc have
srrci:i:nKi) ix roncixo run ltr.sm-
of onu of the Cabinet Ministers who
developed into a traitor to those
who put him there, and this was the
beginning of a regular trouble fiom
threatening positions by the King
and his subalterns opposed to the
people laws which the Legislature
had passed by an almost unanimous
ote, and which had been vetoed by
him against the advice of the Cab
inet, in direct conllict with tho new
constitution, which provided that
no act of his was effective unless
performed by and with their advice
and consent; coupled with bis re
fusal to sign commissions of most
important officials whom the Cab
inet had seen (it to appoint ; with
acts of . similar revolutionary ten
dency on the part of the King
have combined to make the then ex
isting stale most pernicious and the
Jiituie most threatening. Rut the
present change shifts things into
the position they should havo occu
pied after July 7 (the date of the
signing of the new constitution),
and the days of absolutism aio
surely ended, as are also, 1 think,
those of "missionary" supremacy
in the political management of Ha
waiian affairs; those very good but
impractical people (speaking from a
political standpoint) being now in
fair shape to be relegated lo the
running of chu.ro.lies and the gather
ing of coin by sharp bargains with
the natives, occupations which they
arc more littcd for than the conduct
of public affairs.
Of the country generally, so very
little can be said in the limits of a
letter that I will not attempt it ex
cept to say that the climate is claim
ed to be the most equable in the
woild. The islands arc in the
"trend" of the northeast "trades,"
which blow with little or no intcr
niption and moderate velocity dur
ing the spring, summer and autumn
months. At any given point the
mercury varies but a very few de
grees fiom year'b end to year's
end. The winter season is for sonic
reasons the most pleasant, though
sometimes very wet. Rut two out
of the three winters I have spent
here have been for the most part a
prolonged counterpa.rt of our Cana
dian Indian summer except that
the night and day temperature is
much more even, but with the same
hazy atmosphere, delicious, sweet
air, and cloudless sky. We have
eternal spring or autumn, which
you please. One may see the fruits
of the tropics at any day in the
year, in any and all stages of devel
opment, on the same tree.
Flowers bloom perpetually. Some,
indeed many, of the largest varieties
of trees, aie flowering trees, some
thing I never saw till coining here.
Bananas, stiawbernes, oranges, etc.
are on the table every meal the year
lound if one wishes. And yet all
this becomes monotonous, and
oni: Loxrib rou a oiiamu: or m'.asons
and of the natural products which
such changes bring, though I have
never seen the mercury in the ther
mometer go higher than 8fi degrees,
yet it isabioiling heat," the lcsitlt
of so humid an atmospheie. And
though I have never seen it lower
than 50 degrees above zero, yet this
makes one shiver worse than the
bracing air of Canada at 40 degiees
below, when one is clad in warm
garb, with cheerful fues, etc., a
part of the common comforts. Hero
one of the peculiarities of architect
tiio is that the houses havo no chim
neys fires for cooking, oven, being
confined to outside buildings erect
ed for the purpose. You see, no
place is perfect and few; can find a
country where tho conditions all
satisfy. Most Northerners here
even thoso who have left the North
to get clear of its rigorous climate
long for the snow and ice of higher
latitudes after being hero a few
yrats. And most of them get it,
for in proportion to tho population
(white) no place in tho world sends
bo many travellers into foreign coun
tries. ' You will judge from this
that money is easily mado hero. It
has been, but unwarranted extrava
gance resulted and the country has
of lato been passing through a tran
sition from inflation to bed lock.
The uncertainties of the II. li.
treaty, of domestic politics and of
the world's sugar prospects gene
rally, all tended to this result. All
lines of business arc too full and
the professions aro overrun. Per
sonally wo cannot complain, for,
though wc arc "adventurers" in the
sense thi term is used by those who
think they havo prospective rights
by viituu of longer residence, wo
havo done fairly well. Rut present
indications do not suggest advising
Canadians lo come here, whether
with a view to commercial or profes
sional business. There aro many of
our countrymen hero, however, and
foituno has not deserted any of
them so far as 1 know. They were
almost to a man of the Revolution
ary (now Reform) party their
birthiinht of responsible constitu
tional government and the senti
ments of political freedom which
there principles instilled, having
united them together as adherents
of the cause of popular rights
against personal prerogative.
Volnlv V. Asuroiti).
fToronto Globe, Feb. -I, 1888.
ipCJatJWJgJKWiCIBWBl.il il i .,,,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. MclNERNY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Whore will bo found an Elegant Dioplay of Goods of such
grades, as this corner has been always noted for.
rc!ntiv NTmv 1mijs of Goods selected bv Mr. E. A. Mc-
Inerny now East. Among- my very
AOBNTLEMAN'SOold Ring. The
owner can have the sninc by piov
lug piopirlv niul paving charges, by
cnllltig at the Bui.i.v.ti'n Ollice. SO tf
HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.,
Nos. 33, 4D, 62, C3. 67, 73 & 97.
r.. i. Scliuninii, - - rroprlctor.
3'" Stand Corner Mirclnint and Fort
C3 TeluilllollCH, MJlfi. -ffO
inch !l SU ly
FOB SALE or TO LEASE.
AXIOK Cot aqu on Ltma.
hlo flice., toiitaining
SSiSSfei piuloi, dlnim;, 2 bedmoms,
bath, p.mtry and kitchen. The grounds
are lurgo, "ecellciit stables, carriage
houe, M.rvcnt loma, -hrls. etc
Apply to II J AGNEW.
"Uireniiijld," Kaplohmi I'aik.
Mutual Telephone, No t!0J. St! lw
U.liltiAGEII-iMn in K"n'l eondl.
lion. A lo, 1 UusK.v niul Ilnrne-s.
I'ricc for the whole 5-10. Lncpiiiv of
So 2t-' KuUui bli eel.
Notice of Election,
AT the annual mrrtins; of the stock,
holders of llif Inter Islard fctcam
Navigation Co., held this day, the fob
lowing nninoil pcisnns were ic elected
as olucera for the niMiing yenr:
T. li. Foster President,
V. 1J. Godfrey Vice-President,
.r Iina Sccieiury,
W. II McLean Tirasuicr,
P. C. .lotus Auditor.
Hoard of Uircrtor T. It Foster, G
K. Wilcox, W. li Godfrey mid J. Eim
J. EN A,
Honolulu, March C, 18-8. fc"5 Ot
Stock will be found
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
Kiti Dion Boots ana
'gp.7--iTV..!.:r.J"J & Co vvVP
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
u a it
Ladies' Silk Hose.
Ladies' Silk and Merino Undervests,
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Lisle and
Peb. & St. Goat But. Boots,
Dongola Kid Button Boots,
Shoes & Slippers, vari. styles,
ti'iml ut YVaklu,
Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers,
" Perforated Silk Undershirts,
Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
Saxonv Lambs "Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
" "White and Red Shaker Flannel Undershirts and
" Anglo-India Gauze & Merino Undershirts.
Boy's Undershirts. My usual Eine Assortment of
Merits end Boy's Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant JN"eek Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Pine Riding- and Driving Grloves,
Every Strie & 8Mb ii Men's Hats & Boy's Slaw Hats
Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads
Gold and Silver.
JUST icceived a fresh
lot of these interest-
ntc little animnla l'urc
lined. For sale with
GOXBALVES & CO.,
C5 !: 5T Hotel i-licet.
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&. -.VrfLV7i i . I ' .. r.Vi '-CIVW .fc vyrav
iiM gi Hot mMfr ClotMn?
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EXECUTORS SALE OF
HANA and NANIKU,
inlnml or .TOnitl.
An 1 lii'loiglni! to tlio Estate of the Into
August Uiinn, ' ceuiH'd.
In initsuniico ruu ordirof thoSuptiinc
Couit made In the full of Oseai Uni a
vi led! Drown et nl, Kxecwlm ol tin
list Will mid Teitmneiil of Aiuuu
Untia (k'oeas'd, I mu diiivtiil bv thn
said Executors to sell at Public Auc
tion, at my Suh-H'ooni, Qn en M rv,
On MONDAY, March 12th, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON OF
All tlio light title mid inn rest of i-aid
August Uiinn, of in mill to tlio
n Honing (k-M'tibul iMids:
Lands at Kiii'lekti and llotinkohini, des
eiilicil In Hoyid lMlei I 7C0
Uls. lit H. 1 anno
" " 2!)J0
" 29X0 mi 11
" " lOiO
Villi enntaiuing togithur T'JS.'-T aercj
moio or hw; and atari at tlio mine lime
Mid place, nil the right, title and In.
t- rest of s.iid August Uiuia, ami of mid
K.ecnt r , of lu and to tin- Inllnwing
h ac of Inudt situated in Hanu, afore,
Lease from Kauianul, lunila at Kucluku,
lCawda and llonoknlani.
Lease from Mm' and Ilutl hiiibon, lands
Lea-e fiom Pun, lnlitls at Wakiu.
Lease from Kalialuwai, lands ut I'ohiliu,
Lci'-e from Uluniilicle, hind- al 11 no.
L u-f fiom Kiuiiluitiki, hauls at llouo.
kulani and Kawela
J.wi'O from M. Kaholoaa and Moa, lauds
Lcite from Kahokoikoi, 1 .nils at II r no-
Lease from Kaimku, lands at Ilonoka.
lani and Kawela.
Lease from Mci (w), lands at Pohilia
Leiibe from iMaulioti, lauds at Pohilia,
Ilonomaele, Kawela and Ilonnknl'iiil.
Lci"o fioni Kckahuna, lands at llouok i.
Leatc from llawaimn Government, lands
And containing together an aica of
about 1IU4 04 acre?, and also at the paino
pi ire head of cattle more or lets,
l muling at 11 nun, ntoresaiu.
And also at the fume time and place,
I am direct! d to sell all the right, title
and iniero.'t of the said A. Unna, of in
and to the lease of Kowali niul made by
I. Monica and others to J McD.ule, anil
liv slid McDnde assigned to the said A.
Uiuia The lease of Kowali coverH all
water rights and all tho cane land. No
run til for the hind is payable e.cipt
that viitcli is under cultivation, and
that at the rate of THREE DOLLARS per
For fin titer particulars inquire of
Cecil Blown, Executor, or W. F. Allen,
JpDecds nt expense of j urchtif e.
llouolulu, Ftb. -20th, A V. 18S8.
JAS. IT. MORGAN,
Wc beg to notify the public t'at
we have miidoiirrangemcnls for the
Ex'jltisivv.' Salo of tho Celebrated
LEWIS & GO.
'"I'MIE house now occupied
X ly G. nnulkch. Hid..
-t mr-t . '
situated on Kiiiiiu street
piirtioulurs inquir'i nl
S'i aw G. E. 110AHDMAN,
I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in the United States.
"Very Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress Suits,
Black Frock Suits.
All My Clothing is Warranted Shrunk, Well-Cut, Carefully
Made and Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Razors and Pocket Knives,
Razor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, IN an and Hair Brushes,
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) ,
IMCox t g"e
COTTAGE on Lllllin
stieet, between Klin;
and School streets. Rent 812
month. Apply to
M. S. OE1NRAUM & CO..
80 tf Queen street.
and Ewa, a hag con.
taining mail m tiller, nddrosEcd "C. A.
Brown." Tho Under ill be suitably
rewarded on returning it to Mr. Urotwi
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Yalises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels,
Sbawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Rugs, (very fine) , which every traveler ought to
Tiio usual fine stock of Lais' Gent's k Boys'
GOLD & SILVER
Ol KfflDAT, fflarcli 12111,
AT IX O'CLOCK XOOX,
At tho auction looms of Jus. F Morgan
will be sold the picmises setfoith in
the following mortgage
1st. Soloiitoun to Mrs. M. 11. lleek-
witb, 1 r.l-ico acre at Kallhl, on Oabii,
Kula & Kalo Land!
R. P. 3289, 1 10-100 acre hi said Knllhi,
Ap.ma 1 of R. t 14U7 to Pae of line
kalo land. 2d Kaliao to W. V. Hall,
Trustee, la 2:1-100 acres of fine land In
Kaanapali, Maul, set forth in R. P.
1587 to Apolo. ltd Kalaaukald to J. R.
Holt, Jr., 11 3-10 acres in jNMuolo, Ko
Iiala, Hawaii, set forth in R. P. 7077 to
Kapniihonua. 512-5 aeirs set forth in
II. P. WC to llooleie. 4th-Muli Kn-
huellpl to Mis
arpenter, 1 1C-100 aero
Auction Sales by Lowls J, Levey.
On SATURMYrMarcli 10th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my iS.ileuooiii', corner of Queen and
Port tiictf', I will sU lit
cases ot iioroscno
m GOOD QHDEB.
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous GORHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
tsyu. B. No Plated Goods Sold in this Estabisliment.-a
Thanking the public generally for the very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 25 years,
and soliciting a continuance of the same at the !New Pre
mises. Tho Clerks will he found ready and willing to cour
teously attend to all ladies and gentlemen visiting this
Honolulu, March 9, 1888. ' ' 80 lm
Kohiila, Hawaii, a portion
Conveyed to mortfjaor by deed of tlio
I.iinalilo Trustees, fitb Jos. Paa to J.
Ii lllnlsdell, Jr., 10 acres in Ilonojiueo,
Kohalii, R. P, lOOOrf to Uwaia, 2. acres
undivided lu R. P. 780 of Apikl et. al.
in Kalala 2.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AQUARTEOLY mcetinj; of tho
Uoaid of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will be held nt the room of
the Chamber of Commerce on THUltS
DAY next, the 8th inbtant, at 10 a. m.
P. A. SOHAEKEH,
Honolulu, March 0, 188. f3 2t
Notice of Election.
A T tlio annual meeting of tho stock.
r. holduisof tlio IVoplos1 Ice & Re
fiigomtor Co. held this day, thu follow.
ing ininied purnons were elected as ofll-
cers for the ensuing year:
J.K Wilder President,
W. W. Hall Vlcc.PAldcnt,
W. U. Foster .Secietiiry,
W. K. Wall. Treasurer
W. O. Smith Auditor.
The above named olllours constltuto
a Hoard of Dlrectoro.
W. K. FOSTER,
Secretary P. I. ifc R Uo.
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