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HONOLULU CAR: 1A0E GO.
Hack Bland: Merchant and Fori
street. Tclcphonc3, 335.
SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1888.
S H Alameda from tho Colonics on route
(o San Francisco
Stmr Llkeliko from Maul
Stmr Mokolil fioin Molokal
Stmr Klnail from Hawaii anil Maul
Stmr Walalcalo from Kauai
B S Alameda for Sail Francisco at noon
Schr W S Bownc for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Mokolil for Moloknl at 5 p in
Stmr Vlya for Moloknl and Kuau at
Btmr Kuala for Wnlanae and Walalua at
Slmr K iuau for Volcano and way ports at
4 i) in
Stmr J A. Guininius for Koolau at noon
For Honolulu fioin the Colonies per
B S Alameda, per 8 S Alameda, Oct.
10 Mrs Pnrreus. In transit for San
Francisco : Co cabin and 4G steerage.
From Kahulul and way ports per stmr
Llkcllkc, Oct 220 Hcidcninun.Awaac,
Ah Foil, W G Walker, M M Tompkins,
Miss Cameron, A Uorba, W J Lowrie,
W S Mossman. S F Clillllngworth, E M
Walsh, Mrs Ollpliant, P X Makee, Win
Fcnnell, D Kalanokalonl and 04 deck.
From Honolulu for San Francisco per
S S Alameda, Oct 20 Mrs Dickson and
2 daughters, F M Hatch, T E Nichols,
E P Wilson and son, O A Curric, F O
Kcnttleld, Mrs Rickett, PK" Makee,Wm
Fcnnell, W O King, Mrs J Welsh and
2 children, J It S Kynucrslcy and wife,
J Walsh, J Burke.
From llilo and way ports per S S Ki
nau. Oct 20 Mrs U W Ashford and
child, Mrs H O Austin and child, Hon
D II Hitchcock, Hon J Richardson, Ma.
ior W II Cornwell, F II Austin, J'S
Webb, A Gartoiiberg, T Hughes, A Lid
gate, J It S Kynnerslcy and wife, O K
btillinan, wife and child, Miss Hoonii,
Geo W Miles, It Hinds jr, E C Bond,
Miss Edith Wight, Airs Mcndoiica and
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Brooklyn, McXair
S S Australia, Hor-dlett
Bk D Melanic
Brit bk Carnarvonshire, Williams
Schr W S Bowne, Bluhui
HUMS Cormorant, Jasper Xicolls
Ship Daniel Barnes, Strovcr
U S S Alert, Graham
Bk O D Bryant, Lee
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau lOt sheep, 140 hgs spuds,
30 ugs corn and 110 ptgs sunds.
Stmr Likelike 2G5 bgs sugar, 142 bgs
corn, 58 bgs potatoes, 85 hides and
The Likelike will sail ou Tuesday at
The S S Alameda took from this port
for San Francisco this noon 1029 bnchs
of bananas and 29 bxs betel leaves; va
Dr Trousseau's catarnaian,builtby Mr
"W Rowland,wns launched tills morning,
and is receiving its finishing touches.
Mem of voyage of S S Alameda : Dis
charged Sydney pilot Oct 3rd, 5.5 p in.
Stopped for Auckland pilot Oct 7th, 8.
45pm; discharged Aucklaud pilot, Oct
8tli, 4.45 p in. Stopped off Tutuila Oct
32th, 5. 2G p in; detention 2t5 minutes.
Stopped for Honolulu pilot 19th, 7 p in
From Sydney 10 days, 22h, 37m ; from
Auckland 12 days, Oh, 30m. Expe
rienced rough weather between Sydney
and Auckland since moderate wiuds
with smooth sea.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A stokm is browing.
Majoii W. H. Cornwell is in town.
was very activo tho
A new schoolhouse is to bo built
at Kaanapali, Maui.
noNOLULU Amateur Minstrels to
night at Hawaiian Opera House.
The London Gaiety Cempany
passed through on tho Alameda.
Commandkk J. G. M. Fields It. N.
was ix through passongcr on tho Ala
meda. . ...
The Kiniiu leaves on a volcano
trip on Maoday afternoon at 1
The Board of Education has
received a largo invoico of
PunsEii J. B. Sutton of tho Ala
meda has our thanks for full files of
Boston baked beans and brown
bread for breakfast at Harry Saylor's
DuitiNa A. M. Howett's nbsenco
at tho Const J. II. Wodchouso Jr.
will havo charge of his book-store.
Gai'T II. G, Morso of tho Alameda
was bolectcd to hand tho chequo of
$5,000 tho amount of tho btakes in
tho boat-race to Peter Kemp who
The "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
will bo out on Monday. Bo euro and
mail a copy to your friends abroad ;
there is nothing hotter for a general
summary of Hawaiian news,
Mn. Olms. J. Fishel of tho Leading
Millinery House leaves on the Aus
tralia, and will proceed East for tho
purpobo of selecting a now stock of
holiday goods. Ho promises toro
t'urn with goods iiovor before Been in
Two suites of
furnished looms mo
mule is in activo
A liKWAiiii of .$25 is olTorcd for llio
return of a brown niaro.
Thy chainpagno cider aa manufac
tured by N. V. Brundago.
Tur.itn was a largo firo nt Christ
chinch N. ',,, October 3d.
Tin; bark Lilian will bo sold on
"Wednesday, by auctioneer Levey.
Tin; Gorman and Sanioan mails
for Honolulu camo separately this
The U. S. S.
rived at Apia
Nipsio had not ar
when tho Alamcdn
The U. S. Consulato has been in
structed to send mail for tho U. 8. S.
Adams to Apia.
The Post Ofllco dispatched by the
Alameda 2727 letters and 350 pack
ages of papors.
. . .
Tun Hawaiian News Company has
tho thanks of the Bulletin for files
of Sydney papers.
AccoitDiNa to our morning con
temporary it will bo moonlight at
1 :30 o'clock this nf tcrnoon.
J. J. William's photographic
dio was a great attraction to
Alameda's through passongcrs.
thc The through passengers on tho
Alameda did a good deal of sight
seeing during tho steamer's stay in
Mus. Dickson who is quite ill left
on tho Alameda. She had to bo car
ried on a litter from her residence to
Theiie will be a crowded house at
tho minstrel performanco this even
ing at tho Hawaiian Opera IIouso.
Tho box plan shows all the available
Mk. W. C. King of King Bros, left
on the Alameda to purchase a stock
of Holiday goods. Ho says he will
bring tliQ nows of Harrison's elect
ing on his return.
"We have received a copy of a cate
chism on Swiiiton's Third Header,
edited and printed by Hilo Boarding
School. It looks like a very useful
little book and is neatly gotten up.
In tho Police Court this morning,
Itobt. Waialealc and Ahauhi two
police officers, were committed for
trial to the Supremo Court on ,a
charge of manslaughter in the 2d
Madame Garretta, who was' here
with her trained pigons with the
"Claik Combination Show" several
months ago, was a through passen
ger by tho Alameda to-day. Madame
Garretta, while in tho Colonies., bo
cured about 20 Cockatoos, and 4.
Kangaioos, all of which have been
trained to perform on tho stage, tho
Cockatoos marvolously well.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Music at Yosemite skating rink at
Performance by AmateurMinstrels
at Opera house at 8 o'clock.
Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety at Oahu College at 7:30
AUCTION SALES OH MONDAY.
BY L. J. LEVEY.
At 10 a. m. household furniture
at residence King street immediately
opposite Liliha street.
Saturday, Oct. 20th.
Geo. Johnson and C. Sullivan,
each forfeited SG'bail for drunken
ness. F. Dicknan and II. Woltie, were
charged with affray. The former
wag discharged, tho latter fined $7.
ALLUREMENT FOR TOURISTS.
Through that liberality which has
always characterized tho Wilder S.
S. Co., in their treatment of mem
bers of the profession of journalism,
Mr. Webb has made a trip to tho
Volcano of Kilauca to complete
notes for sketches of Hawaiian
Scenery etc., which are to bo pub
lished in ono of the leading illus
trated Australian journals 'during
the period of the Melbourne Exhibi
tion. These sketches will bo ac
companied by illustrations from the
pencil or Mr. J. D. Strong, and will
be specially prepared with the view
of making known 'to tourists what
inducements these islands offer to
. thorn for prolonged stay and wan
dering among them.
Among household furniture and
effects advertised for sale by Mr,
L. J. Levoy on Monday next, at 10
o'clock a. m,, at a cottage back
fram King street, opposite tho lower
end of Liliha street, is a portable
aquarium. Tho tank is strongly
constructed and neatly flni8hed,with
a pipe for tho inlet of water from a
faucet and a similar arrangement
for its escape. All four sides aro of
glass, It contains about 00 gold
lish. Theso are, many of them, of
unusual shapes and rare shades of
color, silver whito and pale sky
blue included. These pretty, little
flali aro all uncommonly tame, and
submit to be handled without ob
jection. They know their mistress,
and will Hock to any side of their
Iioubo whero she appears. "Vho
oyer becomes the purchasor of this
ittlo property will be fortunate.
Tho Alameda brought no very ex
citing nows -from Samoa. Several
p'ivato letters received in this city
give particulars of what has occurr
ed sinco last advices., Ono says
that Malictoa 2d, the now king, still
lias possession of all parts of Savaii
and Upolu and Mtilinuu Point and
a few little towns Lotuanuu, Solo
solo and Sahmtafa. These towns
Malictoa does not attack, preferring
to obtain their voluntary submis
sion, which they are now negotiat
ing. Tho peoplo from Salupaitea
(whose town was burned by tho
Germans last year), landed in Anna
and burned the house of every per
son who was absent on Mulinuu with
Tamascsc. Mulinuu is blockaded
and without aid from tho D. II. &
P. it would have surrendered long
since. The people thcro arc living
on biscuits and rice, and of course
mortgaging their lands to pay.
The British men-of-war Caliopc
and Lizard had arrived at Apia, the
former having on board Admiral
Captain Lcary of tho U. S. S.
Adams wrote a strong protest to the
Captain of the German man-of-war
Adler, on behalf of the United
States and humanity in general,
against using a warship of a great
nation for the purpose of shelling
defenceless women and children.
The Germans wcro looking anx
iously for the coining of their fleet,
when they think matters will be put
straight for them again. It would
bo very little use in trying to keep
Tamascsc on the throne of Samoa,
for without the assistance of Ger
man troops ho will never bo able to
carry on his Government. Germany
must either annex or allow Samoa
to be governed by a King who is the
choice of the people.
The British residents expect noth
ing from the British Government.
They send a new consul who knows
nothing about the situation, and of
course send him with his hands
completely tied. The U. S. Gov
ernment has never acknowledged
Tamascsc as even dc facto King,
and are free to take an independent
Tho funeral of Captain Bissctt of
tho schooner Vendix who was shot
on the streets, was largely attended.
He was held in great respect by the
"tiepplc of Samoa. Capt. Bissett
rirtit his death solely by accident.
Mrs. Huge, wife of one of the
German firm of Huge & Co. is an
nounced. The following is a copy of the let
ter sent to the consuls by the Sa
nioan chiefs, announcing the elec
tion of Mataafa as king:
We, the Launua and Taipuli
chiefs aud rulers of Samoa respect
fully beg to notify your Excellency
that wo have this day, with the con
sent of a majority of tho Saraoan
people, elected as our king i lana
afioga Malealoa Mataafa. Further,
we wish to notify Your Excellency
that it is the desire of all the Sa
moan people that TamasobU eease3
to bo King of Samoa ; and Uran
deis's connection with tho Govern
ment also ceases from this date.
After careful consideration we are
determined to abide tho action wo
have now taken to defend our right
to elect what king wo, the united
people of Samoa, may choose to
rule over us. We feel confident
that peace and good order will be
maintained in Samoa, and for our
future guidance wo wish to have the
privilege of selecting three gentle
men representing the three great
nations having commercial interests
in Samoa vto advise us in our en
deavors to rule impartially and
Mr. Blacklock, the U. S. Vico
Consul, replied to tho letter in
which he said: "In tho choice of
your Highness, Malictoa Mataafa,
by the people of Samoa to bo their
future King, I think tho wish of the
three Powers has been carried out ;
and I can sec, I think, peace and
prosperity in store for Samoa after
the present civil war is brought to a
close and your Highness recognized
by the three Powers as King of Sa
moa, which, I trust, may be done
without the loss of any more of your
The Hervey group of which Ra
rotonga is tho chief island, wcro an
nexed Sept. 27th, British Consul
Exham hoisting the flag. Tho Caro
lina will visit the group to confirm
the Consuls action. Tho Calliope,
Admiral Fairfax has also hoisted
tho flag on Savage Islnnd. Tho
French havo had their oyo on tho
Hervey group for a long time past,
but the Queen has said right along
sho preferred to fico the Union Jack
in one corner of her flag.
THE PACIFIC CABLE.
Tho Premier of Victoria has re
ceived a letter from Mr. C. Ifowan,
agent in Australia of the Paciflo
Cable Company, stating that on his
return from Australia, Mr. Owen
Jones, ono of the directors of the
Pacific Telegraph Company (Limit
ed), had been in communication
with the authorities, and that the
Canadian Government intends in
viting delegates from each of thesp
colonies to Ottawa, to discuss tho
cable schoiuo and mail sorvico from
Ynucouver to Australia,
All tho ports in Portuguese India
are infected with cholera.
A canal will soon be built between
tho Black mid Caspian Seas.
The sights of the now British riflo
allow for an elevation up to 2,800
Spain has ordered tho construc
tion of three now cruisers and four
Princo Bismarck's second son,
Wilhclm, is named to succeed Ilerr
Cronnch as Governor of a district in
A fever of n. violent form has ap
peared in Crookhaven, England.
Vessels have been warned not to
approach the port.
Small-pox at Buffalo is becoming
alarming. School children and fac
tory employees arc subjected to
Chauucoy M. Depew says that tho,
eyes of tho nntions aro v jo J the
j'oung Emperor of Germany more
thnn on all other rulers of Europe.
Tho greatest shooting ever dono
in a single day was by Lord Wal
mingham on his moor on August
30th. Ho killed 1,058 grouso in
thirteen hours, there being forty
HA salt syndicato has been organ
iscd inj England which proposes to
incrcaso the wholesale price from CO
cents to nearly $2 per ton. Tho
syndicate anticipates a profit of $3,
000,000. It is said, however, that
Corbctt, tho salt king, will fight the
People's Ice & Rcfrigeratin g Com.
nany haing lately built Two Large
ltefrlgorators nt the lee Factory,
aro now prepared to store Jleats,
Fruits, Vegetables, etc., In same at
reasonable rates. The rates will loe
given to parties desiring Cold Bto.
rage accommodations by the man
ager at the Factory. Both Tele
phones at the "Works, No. 155.
J. K. WILDER,
90 lw President.
IN answer to several enquiries con
cerning "Whale Boat Frames, we
have now In course of construction,
a Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 112 feet
long. These frames aic bent In one
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
lcquli'liig little tact to set tlicin ip and
build. The full frame for such boats,
including cants, -tfi sections in number,
is sold at $28; with large stems on keel,
and ready to plank $-10. They aie not
intended to bo clinker built, nor as the
frail imported whale boats proper, but
aie intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for lishlng and
trading ptuposcs. We have exported
these lrames and intend doing so, and
make this offer to amateurs and others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure and small cash to mako
a business. Will bend frames to arv
given model from 5 to 25 tons. Also on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure Boats,
Stems, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 325.
DOWER & SON.
70 tf Boat Builders.
AN Englishman, 29 years of age, is in
want of a situation in an office,
store, or on a plantation. Has had l'J
years business experience, and can pro
duce undeniable testimonials. Addrets
"F. G. G.," Bulletin Ofllce. 72 lw
BIRDS ! BIKDS 1
A FEW choice Sincinc Ca-
xjl. nary Birds and aichoico
lot of Japanese Strawberry
Birds, just received ex S. 8.
Arabic, for salo by
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
75 3t Cor. Fortr& Queen streets.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of ihc Iionokna Sugar Co.
held this day the following gentlemen
wcro elected ofllccrs for thu casuing
F. A. Sohaefer Prosldcnt,
J. Hoting Vice-President,
J. Hoting Treasurer,
II. lienjes Secretary,
M. Mclnerny Auditor.
- II. KENJEH,
Honolulu, October 1U, 1885. 76 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Pftcillo Sugar Mill,
the following gentlemen were elected
olllccrs for thu ensuing year:
F. A . Schaefer President.
O. It. Bishop Vice-President.
J. Hotlng....i Treasurer.
11 . Hon jes Secretary.
J. II. Paty Auditor.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1888. 4t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Ftoclt.
holders f tho WhTnuae Company
held this dute the following gentlemen
wcru duly elected to serve as oillceri for
the ensuing year, viz:
President II. A. Widcmunn,
Vine President Q. N. Wilcox,
Treasurer A. Jaeger,
Becrotary .0. O. Berger,
Auditor O. O. Bcrccr.
O. O. BERGER,
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1883. 74 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Hock,
holders of tho lllloa Bugar Co.
held in Honolulu, October 15, 1888, the
following onicera 'Mere re-elected to
serve during the ensuing year;
W. Q, Irwin ,. President,
John A, Buck Vice-President,
W. M.GHTttid,.,,,..,,. &
II. M. Whitney. Jr Auditor.
W. M. GJFFABD,
73 lw Becrotary, U, 8. Co,
Xatlctt nndtr tMi html art churgal 10 ttnit
per lint for thtflrft Insertitn, and 5 Miliftr tin
trcry adilttenal insertltn.
SH-H1 Don't glvo it away I Extra
Fine Cream l'ics aud Cakes to-dny
nt tho "Elite."
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received ox Auslrnlia
nnotherlot of Hint " PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BEER" in kegs, which they
art oflaring to their cuilotncrH. 7U 1 w
TAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
NOTICE to OREDITOIIS.
THE undersigned having been duly
appointed and qualified as Admin.
iftratcrs vrltli the will annexed of tho
Estato of Samuel Gardner "Wilder, Into
of Honolulu, deceased; hereby .notify
all persons having claims ugainst said
deceased to present the same, duly nu.
thentlcatcd, with the proper vouchers if
nny exist, oven If secured by mo-ijjaje,
to Wni. F. Allen, Esq., at the Uank of
BiBhop & Co., Honolulk, within six
months from this date or tlicywlllbe
forover barred. A. F. JUDD,
XT. F. ALLKN",
Administrates with tho Will annexed
oMlie Estato of S. G. Wilder, dc.
Honolulu, October 1 1, 1SSS. 70 Ira
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
OF NEW YOKE.
Cash Assets, December 31, 18B7......
Those who desiro safe and profitable
Life Insurance are Invited to applyto
s. is. aosK,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-9 83.1y
BY THE S. S. ZBALANDIA
CMAS. J. FBSS-SEL,
Will recoivo a lino lino of
And a general Assortment
Which wo will odor nt very
CMAS. J. FBSHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
X Dally Bulletin 50 cts per
GS & 05 FORT
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hals, Boys' White Shirtsr
ggT AT VKUY LOW
A full line of Ginghams I
A Large ' Assorimenl of
We will close
BS GREAT REDUCTION-
For Gents, Ladien,
-B THE a-
EGAK &c COMPANY.
Sent s Fiirnishing Soods, &c.
To ti fort ii any store i tki Kinpji !
MY ofllce will lio closed fromScptem
ber 22nd to October 27th, during
my nbsenco from the Kingdom.
SI. E. GROSSMAN,
SO tf Dentist, OS Hotel st.
FROM and after thiB date I will not
bo responsible for nny duhtB con.
traded In my name by ray son Vincent
Fernandez without my written order.
Honolulu, Oct in, 1SSS. 73 lw
DURING my absence from the King
dom tliu Hon. W. V. Allen will
act for me under a full power of nttor.
ney in all private matters, u,id also in
all estates in which I am astfenru or
agent. W. C. PAltSCK.
Honolulu, August 25, 1833. 29 2m
NOTIOE s hereby given Hint si i
meeting of tho undcisigned part
ners of the Hawaiian Fruit & Tnro Uo ,
it was reiolvrd to accept tho charter
crnuted September 27, 1838, by tho
Sllnlstor of Interior for tho tncorpora.
lion of tho Hawaiian Fnilt fc Tnro Co.,
Limited.) W. H. DANIELS,
A. N. KKPOIKAI,
J. 1). HO'r.
WailuUu, Maul, Oot. 4, 188d. 05 6w
rpiIB co-parlnershlp heretofore exist
X lng between tho undersigned, con
stituting the firm of tho Hawaiian Fruit
Ss Taro Co.. in Walluhu, Muul, hns this
day been dissolved by mutual consent j
tho assets and liabilities of said llrm
being transferred to tho Hawaiian Fruit
ii Tnro Co., (Incorporated.)
W. II. DANIELS,
,T. D. HOLT,
A. X. KKPOIKAI.
Wailuku, Maul, Oct. 4, 1888. 05 5w
Election ol' Ofliuurs.
NOTICE is horoby given that nt a
meeting of tint stockholders of tho
Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co. hold in Wal.
luku, Maul, October 4, 1BS8, tho folio",
lng ofllcers were elected for the cnbti.
John Richardson President,
J.D. Holt Vice President,
A. N. Kepolkal... .Auditor.
W. H. DANIELS,
Wailuku, Haul, Oct, C( 183$. 05 Ow
inn line or Eau&i& i
out at a.
Misses & Children, flggj
Gli & G5 Fort Street.
ONE line Milch Cow,
price, $123. Apply
nt tho BULI.KTIH Office.
01 Old saw
MBS. H. B. CAMPBELL,
-Drcssnutlcliitr, Ac, .Sco..
Has commenced the business of Dress
makiug, Cutting and Fitting, at her resi
dence, No. 7!) Bcrctania street, opposite
the Hotel. The patronage of tho ladies
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
AVING been appointed by H. H. H
. 1'rlncesa Liliuokalani to be col.
lector of all rents due of her lands,
therefore, notico is hereby given to all
tenants and lessees to pay all rents to
mo nt Knpalama, Honolulu, Oahu, at
tho timo and date fpccllled In all the
leases, and I am alone authorized to
clve receipt for the same. Parties com
lug to pay their rents will please tako
notice that they must bring their Inst
receipts with them.
. J. HELEIA7HB.
Honolulu , October 8, 1 888. C7 2w
of Registration of Copy
right. DEPAltTllKKT Or THE InTKIUOB, )
Honolulu, Hawaiitm Islands. J"
KNOW all ilea by thee Preents,
That, iu accord anca with the pro
visions of Section t, Chanters, of tho
Bcbslon Laws of 1838, J. M. Uacdoaald
has 11 led in the ofllco of the Minister ot
the interior nu application for a CortiQ.
cato of Copyright for a hook entitled
"Tho Honolulu Business Directory, be.
lng a professional commercial and trade
uddiuss book of the city and suburbs,
corrected up o date of Inue," which
said application la accompanied by the
oath of the said applicant that he Is the
original and first author of said book.
Now, therefore, this Certificate ia te
grnut unto the said J. M. Macdonald, his
links or assigns for tho term f Twenty
Years, from the Tenth Day of October.
One Thousand Eight Hundred and
Eighty-eight, the exclusive rirht to
print, reprint, publish, use and vend
llioeald book throughout t'ie Hawaiian
Iu Witness whereof I hare caused
this Certiflcatu to b issued at Honolulu,
this 11th Day of October, A. D. 1888
and tho Veal of tho Department of the
Intei lor to be hurcto affixed.
Minister of the Interior, ad interim,
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