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Henry H. Williams,
WITH THE CITY FURNITDRE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 88. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 849.
Cemetery - Association
An order hs n Issued by 'hi Unarl of Ha1th
fthsllawa Ian Islands pnihltltrK alter Juy r-t.
1900. fu ttwr Nirla in Hun lulu w ill n ralius ul
lour miles of the bxecut v bul Jin.
It Is n 'W o'nmsf & to term a stock comp my to pro
cure a vulnble ircl ot nJ rea' Hon iiulu n4 p.e
prenipr er tha u e i a cen.l.ry. OrJI larlly
Ih. I.ru.r. lurm upon an Invot ent of thl nature
It mot sur.rWne la one w n lui ntver g ven the
Subkt I :v alt.-ntion. In S n hrvi Ixo th- price 01
lnct- riot ratios lioro$io.oa UJjocw accorllns
With alloance for broad paths ant wlJ ttt
way. Ih.f. are i.aia alnglo ( ft by 7 II ) klati lu oi,
acrr, a'd (lor examil,) taking the lowest ttnute
quoted above a uniform late, Uia cri.s receipt!
per acre wjU & be iia,l.oo
Thaavrase death rate for tha past car Is over
one Ml dred p.r month (and this rate n.ust stli,y
Increase In p'opnnlin as ihe poiulatlon Increates),
which at $10.00 each would brine th m ji th y recti t
to Siou.oo, The probable monthly expense ou d
One Gen M'gr and Sup't J150.00
Two crave diggers at $joio toco
One earjener 0'o
Office ler.t 30.00
Itwou'd take about o-e year at the aboe death
rate tu fill me acre, andapiob.be total am ual ex-
r:nte tt !,in. Drductlnc this amount, plus
looco, the reasonable tost 01 land ptracie, from
the gross rrfelpts ot $ a 10 co. I.avts a net piofli o'
$d,4oooo whUh naraslsof hit acres at a cap tai
Uitln or Iji.ooo 00 would return an .n .ual dlv dend
or Interest ot a tilfle oer lll-l p r cer.t lor fif.y
years, besides the return tf the ptlnc rat.
The pauper class has not bein considered as It Is
supposed thai tne number K to tial that It would
not prove a disturbing fact r, but even with Mem a
contract could douoiless bemad, with the iM.vern
mnt at a 'educed rate, thus p okably affei.tl.1g the
foregoing figures one or two per cent.
TheprnposedplanlstodlvUe a fifty-acre tract In
Bve parts, i.ne each lor ca'hollcs. white peo le of
othcrdennmlnatlons, HawalUns, Japinoc and Chi
nese respective y.
The Dlshop of Pannpolls has agreed to us- a por
tion of .hi i.nd t.tthi, nssKlation t r a Catholic
cemetery, thus dl-pottng in th. areata t ocsutle
Uatia ly encou.iterel by c melcry corj orations.
Several stiltible t trs ar available at prices rang
ing from $iy. 00 ter are up.
The que tl n of transportat on Is not a serious one
the d ffcr m comp.nl brim anxious to secuie It,
having offered vny low climates.
Cremation Is so very unpopu a' at d circnslve that
II wuuid not affect In oividcndsoi a cemetery com
pany one-hall ot one per cent,
Th's comoany will be capltallrel at ' $n 000.00,
divided Into a 500 shares at S10.00 racn, !tubcnr
ll.'n'ls's now oven at the office ut ihi nhdersigneJ
All subC'ipliins must be accompanied wltliac.lh
deposit of ten percent.
FRANCIS J. BERRY
Rooms 3 and 4 Lovo Building
I s Jlf
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
bports and Kace Horse men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
The Ercntng Bulletin, 75 cents per
His Former location, Corner
Fort and Chaplain Lane.
And Is now prepared to supply everj
variety of Cut and Growing Plants.
Sprays, Bouquets, Wedding and Funeral
Deigns executed on hort notice.
A large variety of Roses and other plants
PINKE & CO.,
Visitors are cordially invited t(
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehaoiehe
I. to date.
At tbe Old Etaud
On Fort Street ::
A FEW VERY r"SIRABLE BUILD
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J. M. ;V'NSa.RRaT,
Cartwtlght Block, erchant strut
..id other Rings, Watches, Brace
ets, ins, and an extensive variety
t J velry.
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THE WERNER COMPANY,
VaUiam a MaaatMSanrl. AkTOn, Ohio,
ITa. Wuixt Cmptar ' Uwwrklr icllttili.-Esitaal
Wednesday, Mny 2.
Hon. C. A. Mott-Smlth, Minister of
Public Instruction, In his report to
President Dolo (or the biennial period
ending December 31, 1899, says:
'"1 he cnt lod has been marked by n
rapid Incienso of school population and
t corresponding lack of school accom
modations and finances. Progress,
however, has been made."
Ho says that perhaps tho greatest
hntd8hlp has fallen on tho teachcrH,
on account of n resolution of tho Com
missioners on April 13, 1899, that nn
jnlnry should bo raised for any cattss
until tho next appropriation by tho
Legislature. This action beenmo neces
sity upon tho payroll equalling tho
monthly pro rata of tho appropriation.
While tho law allows a way out of this
illfllculty In dependence upon tho Legis
lature, the uuccrtnlnty ns to tho Lcgls
.aturc convening at the usual tlmo af
ter tho expiration of tho period made
ihts expedient unsafe.
A list of buildings completed shows:
Island of Oahti, two costing 2C,'J23.CS,
of which Katulanl schoolhouse, Hono
lulu, took $24,778.33; Island of Ha
waii, twelve costing 121,302.41; Maul,
ono costing 2ii35.57; Island ot Kauai,
ono costing J 1052.00. Those uncom
pleted nrc: Kulaokahua, Honolulu,
$13,230.23 paid on contract and furnl
.ute, tho building contract being for
)20,349; Island of Hawaii, thrco bulld
ngn, $778.88 expended out of two con
tracts amounting to $2150; Island f
Kauai, $52.90 on ono contract ot $GC0;
Island of Maui, $749.27 Including fur
niture expended on two contracts ag
"Tho number of school houses built
during the biennial period," says the
.Minister, "docs not equal tho number
built during tho last period, nor docs
it equal the demand for new buildings
brought about by tho large Increase of
ittcndancc. A step In tho right direc
tion in the construction of school build
ings, howovcr, has been taken. I re
fer to tho Knullnnl school building,
which Isdlsplayedupon tho frontispiece
of this report; and to tho Kulaokahua
school building on Uerctnnla street,
now In process ot completion.
'"These buildings nrc substantially
constructed of brick covered with plas
ter. Tho design is adapted not amy to
tho requirements of n modern school
building, but also to tho climatic con
ditions of this country. Outwardly thry
present n substantial and good appear
ance. "In tho coming year It Is to be hoped
that this newly inaugurated polluy of
erecting substantial brick or stone
buildings for school houses will receive
every encouragement from tho Legisla
Tho Minister appends a memoran
dum ot recommendations for now
buildings, mado by tho Hoard's com
mittee on that subject, for the biennial
period ending December 31, 1901
ar.mo nre school nouses and some
teachers' cottages, tho list by districts
being as follows:
Hawaii Hllo, C; Puna, counting 1 1
rooms at Olaa and 4 at Puna planta
tion distributed as required ns one
rchool each, S; Kau, 1 nnd an addition
South Kona, 4; North Konn, 6; North
Kolinla, 4; South Kohaln, 4; Hnmii
Oahu Honolulu, 2; Including Royal
school; Koolaulon, 2; Hwa, 3; Wain
Inn, 2. The new Hoynl school Is pro
posed to bo thrco stoiles nnd n base
ment. Maul Lahnlna, 2; Wnlluku, 3; Ma
knwuo, G; Hann, 3; Molokal, 7.
Ktuial llantilcl, 1; Koloa and I. lime,
3, ono being 10 rooms for McBrydc
plantation; Kawalhau, 2, one a 7-room
school at Kcalla; Walmca, 3, one a fi
room school nt Hannpcpc.
Thursday, May 3.
At tho last meeting of tho board of
Directors of tho Y. M. C. A., It was
decided to procure, If possible, fundc
sulllclent tu build a natatorlum In tlu
building. This will bo placed beneath
tho odlco and, In connection therewith
will bo another set of shower baths and
lockers. Tho natatorlum will bo 'i
feet nt tho deepest and 4 at tho Blinl
lowest end and tho dimensions 30x2!
The spring boards nnd traveling ring:
wil bo worked by electricity. It Is es
tlmatcd that tho cost will bo something,
over n thousand dollars.
cicely furnished rooms at tho Pop
julnr House, 154 Fort street, from $1.0t
'per week up.
Monday, April 30.
'1I16 adjourned annual meeting ot the
Btuckhoiuu s of the Olna bugar Co. was
held ot the rooms of tho (Jhainbnr of
Comnieitu this morning, many of ho
laigcr owncis c( shnics being present
nnu a total of 13.1, Ml shares repi earn
ed. LIcfure L. A. 'lliurston, president,
called tho meeting to order, n pampn
let containing the annual lenoits of
tho titasuur and tho manager wero
Mr. Thurston gave much informa
tion supple mental y to tho reports.
From tho Lyman pioperty acquired for
water purposes between four nnd llvo
million tenuis a day could bj tils
'harged at tho 18 mile post, l'or the
last month thcie had been almost
nightly rains. The mill slto Is n half
mile nbovo the Junction of the Volcano
and Puna roads, having aecn located
by H. P. Haldwin. 1 11. McStockor the
mannger, U. H. Kluegcl tho engineer,
C. Hcdcmnnn of the Honolulu Iron
Wonts and Mr. Thurston himself. Ho
also referred to tho disease among tho
animals and precautions taken against
The contract mado with A'exauder
& Haldwin ns agents for a term of fif
teen yents was read and approved.
J. r. Cooko informed tho meeting
that the first crop would oo taken off
January 1, 1902.
Ouuers weio elected for tho current
year ns follows: I,. A. Thurston, presi
dents H. P. Ualdwln, vice president:
A. w. Carter, secretary; .1. II. Castle,
treasurer; B. fi. Pnxton, auditor; B. I
Dillingham ami A. U. Nlcnols, direct
Tuesday, Mny 1.
Frank Hustaco has lllcd an answer
to tho complaint of II. It. Hitchcock
and others ngnlnst himself, John J.
Bgan, Frank IL Foster nnd tho Kn
nialo Sugar Co. Ho avers that L. 11.
Dec and H. L. Cvans nrc stockholdcis
In good standing, that Hitchcock 'ias
sold his shares and that C. J. Flsltui,
tho other plaintiff, has fall1 pay his
fourth and fifth assessments. When
H. nnd D. McCorrlston wero paid S2i,
000 In cash and 1000 non-assessable
shares of the company for land and live
stock, none of the plaintiffs owned my
shares of the company, und tbo money
and shares forming the- consideration
belonged solely to Egan, Foster nnd
himself. He avers that tho land was
not bought for more than Its value, anil
that the plaintiffs wero not misted by
defendant nor solicited by him to pur
Against the petition for Injunction to
ibsolutcly prohibit tho salo of delin
quent shares, It Is represented by .'111
davits ot Hustaco, J. F. Morgan and
Egan that It Is necessary to have moro
shareholders In good standing to ob
tain n quorum for tho annual meeting.
There aro 18,000 shares not delinquent,
out ot which It Is Impossible to obtain
representation of 17,172 required for a
Monday, April 30.
Dctognl Marrcllo, tho Italian who
csenped from tho prison gang at Knll
hi Saturday morning, was captured by
an cx-pollccman In Judgo Wilcox's
banana patch nt nbout C o'clock Satur
day afternoon. Ho literally ran Into
tho native's arms but, having pro
cured n club, showed fight. Tho na
tive was too much for tho fellow and
soon had him bound. Patrolmen Kelly
and Maltlnnd who wero two of a party
out after tho escaped criminal, took
charge of tho man and removed him to
Oahu Jail where he was given a taste
of the cat-6'-nlno talis and then put
Into the dark cell. When set to work
again ho will havo to wear a ball and
Monday, April 30.
Tenders wero opened for n garbage
crematory nt the Interior odlco today
Being for different kinds of plant and
buildings, some not Including buildings
it nil, n detailed statement would con
vey no accurate. Information to thf
public. Ono from Pennsylvania Is for
$43,322; ono from New York, $1S.500.
ind ono from Toledo. O., $31,215. Thcro
ire four bids from England in sterling
money ranging from 2280 to .C9C2S
18s 7d. Cntton. Netll & Co., $10,500;
Honolulu Iron Works Co., $18,250, nnd
Cotton Bros. & Co.. $20,093 nro thrco
local firms tendering.
Monday, April 30.
Minister Young Is scmiiug lie. Shaw,
tho government veterinarian, to Hawa
ii this afternoon, under Instructions to
begin nt Olaa nnd go nlong tho wind
ward eldo ot tho Island round to Konn
xnmlulng on tho routo tho animals on
til tho plantations nnd ranches for
glanders. Dr. Elliott vlll accompany
him from Hllo. The Executive Coun
cil approves tho nctlon.
Monday, April 30.
Tho permanent forco of pnld Inspec
tors whom Dr. Wood expects to look
after tho sanltnry conditions of tho city
arc: S. J. Harris, F. II. Sharpo, A. W.
Ncely, Fred L. Leslie, i. W. Carroll.
I. Ij. Wheeler. These men will co
Mnuo under tho direction of Chief lit
tpector Ed Towso who will also dovot.
i portion ot his tlmo to other work for
Wednesday, May 2.
A mfellng of the commlt'ee tecntlv f p
nelnted from lie Youne Men's Resaiih
Cub to organic a mun'c'ptl league In
Honolulu met last evenlnc, at li.lf,at
even o'clock, In the Safe DerosH bul-d
ng. Trwe were r resent Oeorge R. Car
e. chairman; D. H( Chise. O. B. Mc--.If
Mm, A. B. WooJ, P. M. Pond and Ed.
(Associated Press Special.)
Washington, April 25. San Frnn
Isco, 11:39 n. m. Tho confcrcnco re
tort on tho Hawaiian Government bill
ivns agreed to In tho Senate.
of the Week's News
'': Deputation oY Planters. '.'
J. II. Athcrton, C. M. Cooko,
t. A. Hcliaelur, l M. Swanzy,
J. 1 Hiiclifeid. W. M. Olirard
Ceo. It. Houcrtson, C. Utile and
: J. II. Castle, trustees or tho Ha-
wallau Planters' Association,
waited on President Dolo and
Cabinet this foienoun. 'I hey
! tcpicsentcd that tho stlpula
: tlon for Introducing a certain
proportion of whlto labor, for
which they wero under bonds,
: had failed through tho action of
American olllclnls. Thcrcfoio
they raised the point with the
Government ns to whether the
; bonds should be enforced
: against them. Thcro was dls
: cus3lon without decision on tho
Monday, April 30.
Having learned that the new ltlsdon
pumps nt tho Mnunalcl plantation
started up Inst week, n Bulletin repor
ter Intel viewed tho agents of tin
plantation, Messrs. Gear, Lansing &
Co., ns to tho results of tho test. Tlr
agents received n letter from Manasci
Wm. Stodart, Friday morning, In the
Mokolli stating that tho CO-lneh Ills
don pump wus started up last Monday,
only five of the nlno 12-Inch wells being
connected up, nnd discharging nbout
3,000,000 gallons per 21 hours. Every
thing was working very satisfactorily
tnd the water seemed to tasto fresh
They nlso received a samplo of tho
.vater which was tnken to Prof. Walter
Maxwell for analysis, with tho result of
71.9 grains of salt per U. S. gallon
which percentage Prof. Maxwell stnt
jd was all right for cane culture.
Tho agents aro much pleased with
'ho result and Intend to push forward
Mio work of planting as rapidly as pos
sible, expecting to get In 800 acres of
plant enne this year.
Tho combined capacity of the pumps
at the plantation Is some 10,500,000 gal
ions, which will Irrigate about 1,00(
acies of cane.
Tho water In tho surfneo wells np
jears to bo getting fresher as nn nnaly
3ls of tho water from tho well Just
ibovo tho plantation storo which Is
lftccn feet deep and twelve feet square
and from which n centrifugal pump
has been pumping half a million gal
lons dally slnco last November, bIiow
sd C3.G grains ot salt per U. S. gallon
.n December nnd In February only 53.9
grains per U. S. gallon.
The 200 ncres of cauo now growing
on tho plantation Is looking exceed
ingly well nnd promises n lnrgo ton
nago per ncrc. Speaking of the pay
ments on tho stocks, tho agents said,
'Yes, In common with other assessable
itock, thcro nro delinquents among tho
itockholdcrs, but wo believe that the
alslng of quarantine, nnd the passage
if tho Hawaiian bill by the United
States Congress, together with tho ns
surnnce which wo now hnvo of a good
water supply will result In the payment
of many of the delinquencies nt en
Monday, April 30.
Another big real csi.tto transaction
was concluded this morning by which
J. D. Chaso nnd n Byndlcnto or pioml-
ncnt monlcd men of Honolulu havo so
nnet! Henry E. Cooper's Human innn-
jlon nnd sixty ncres of choice- building
.and In Manoa valley adjoining the
1'unnhou tract. Tho price paid was
1125,000. It Is tho Intention of the
.miclmseis to divide, this lino property
into lots which will bo placed on tho
market. It Is not yet determined
whether or not it company will be
formed to handlo tho property, but this
matter wilt bo settled nt a meeting to
bo held during tho week.
Monday, April 30.
By order of tho President of the
Board of Health qunniitiue was oftl
:lally uilscd this mornlu;;. During the
morning Secretary Hendry lent olllclal
notlco of tho act to foreign lepresentn
tlves stationed hero nnd to the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs, who will for
ward such Information its necessary to
tho Hawaiian consuls ubronu. The
news will bo officially forwarded to the
other Islands by tho outgoing steamers
timing tho week.
Monday, April 30.
Minister Damon mentioned In the
Executive Council that thoio was some
royal plated wnro stored In tho Judi
ciary building. Minister Mott-Smlth
told ot valuable, books from the royal
library knocking about, nnd cuggesteu
that whatever was valuable to the
lllshop Museum should bo transferred
thereto. Tncso two Ministers weio ap
pointed n committee to look Into tlu
matter beforo tho contemplated sale ot
Monday, April 30.
Tho McCully tract may be put on the
market soon If n proposition lately
made by Geo. Paris, representing tht
fco simple owners bo accepted by Cnpt
Irlswold, representing tho lcaso hold
us on tho tract By tho terms ol
ho new proposition tho leaseholders
tro to recelvo n share of tho profits tc
e hereafter determined nnd to ho pnlt
:8 soon ns tho land Is disposed ot on
Monday, April 30.
Tho Executive Council has nuthorlr-
2d Minister Young to proceed with tht
xtenslon of Fort street to Pnuoa roar
tnd tho widening of Alnpat street at
toon as funds are available.
Thursday, May 3.
Tho caso of H. M. Luvy has ut
last been olliclally decided. Fur
some tlmo ttieio has been much
si eculntion as to what that deel-
slon would be.
Mr. Levy ha3 been very reticent and
has expressed no opinion on iUh mat
tor. Yesterday It was Icarnud by a
Bulletin reporter that Mrs. Levy had
audicsscd a letter to tho Hoard ot
Health over a week ago touching tho
mutter. Later in the day tint fM.'ow
lug correspondence, which explains It
self, was given out for publication:
Honolulu, 11. 1., April 25, 1900.
To tho Honorable Boaid ot Health of
Honolulu, Dr. C. B. Wood, Presi
dent, Gentlemen: Having left my ,iom
and family In San Francisco nnd Jour
neyed to Honolulu, for tbo purpose of
nursing nnd caring for my sjn, lr. U.
M. Levy, who Is now rccoveilng fiora
als recent severo Ulncs3, ind whom
you havo also released from tho plaguo
aospltnl, I deem It my duty and prlvl
,cgo to which 1 am justly entitle!, to
ascertain from your worthy body of
uedlcal advisors, tho character, and
.ho nature of his lllnccs, which In your
minds was sufficiently alarming to
lecessltnto his removal to said nos-
iltal. This request?-is prompted by
parental feelings nnjrji calls for an ofll-
ial nnd dellnlto statement ns tu what
was tho matter with him, anil also for
the benefit nnd satisfaction of my hus
band nnd family, on my return to my
home early lu May. I shall await an
early nnd satisfactory roply,
I remain respectfully,
MIIS. M, S. LEVY.
Mrs. M. S. Levy, Honolulu,
Dear Madam: Your letter of April
25th referring to your son's Illness ask
ing for nn "olllclal nnd dellnlto stato
mtnt" as to tho "nature of his Illness"
has been received at this oillce.
Your sou's Illness was a severo
broncho-pneumonia of tho plaguo type
and probably plagett origin. After a
careful examination nnd consultation
by thrco physicians, viz.: your son'ft
pcrsonnl physician, tho Board ot
Health bacteriologist and tho Presi
dent of tho Board of Health, It was
decided to remove him to the plague
hospltnl which was done with his full
Ho was given u prlvnto room .tna
furnished with n prlvato nurse and has
expressed himself repeatedly In prlvato
and twlco In public us being entirely
satisfied with his treatment.
I havo tho honor to bo,
Yours very respectfully,
C. B. WOOD.
President ot tho Board of Health.
Honolulu, April 30, 1900.
Washington, April 20. Tho Sonato
had under consideration during tho
greater part ot today's bcssIoii tho con
fcrcnco report on tho Hawaiian civil
government measure. Cullom mado an
extended explanation of tho changes In
tho bill. Tho report was tho subject
of sharp criticism. Final action was
postponed upon It until tomorrow.
Cullom mndo a general explanation
of tho work ot tho conferees.
A long discussion took placo over a
provision requiring tho payment by
residents of Hawaii of n poll tax of
J5 beforo votes could be registered.
Tho provisions was opposed by Till
man, Teller, Jones of Arkansas, Stew
art and others. Cullom, lu charge of
the repoit, said that If It wero sent
back to conference ho would favor tho
elimination of tho poll tax provision.
In conclusion of his explanation ot
'ho mensuro Cullom summarized tbo
ulvantngcs to this couutiy of the an
nexation of Hawaii. Ho presented a
general review of tho resources of tho
Hawaiian Islands, nnd showed that
since they crime under tho Stars and
Stripes they had experienced tho great
est material prosperity. Ho thought
no citizen of tho United States need
feel any doubt as to tho Intellectual,
moral or financial standing of tho Ha
"Theso pooplo hnvo brought with
them a splendid educational system,"
he bald, "and n prosperous ngrlcultur
il establishment, nnd nil classes ot
Ice, sugar nnd codec planters aro cn
;agcd now In business prolltnblo to all
Tho report was postponed until to
morrow, when Cullom said ho hoped to
llspose of it.
Washington, April 23. Tho confer
ees on tho Hawaiian Government bill
havo agreed to that featuro of tha
House bill requiring that tho Governor,
Judges, etc., shall be citizens ot Ha
waii. Washington, April 21. At tbo re
Vicst of Culom ot Illinois, tho confer
mco report on tho Hawaiian civil gov
ernment bill was laid beforo tho Sen
ile. It was disagreed to nnd n new
confcrcnco requested, Cullom, Morgau
tnd Clark of Wyoming being named
Tuesday, May 1.
Tho trustees of Oahu College havo
set nsldo $30,000 for tho construction
jf new streets, drives nnd curbing
hroughout tho Punahou pasturo lands,
:o bo placed on tho market as rest
lenco sites. It Is understood that the
icrsons controlling tho Cooper mansion
iropcrty, purchased last Monday, will
ontlnuo tho Punahou system of stt eets
tnd drives rhtoughotu that tract when
ilaccd upon tho market.
Wednesday, May 2.
Tho Executive Council this morning
'oted that tho portrait ot tho Princess
'.Ikcllko, which has heretofore been
mnglng In, tho Judiciary building, be
enovatcd and reframed and placed in
ho Exccutlvo building, In accordance
vlth the request ot Mr. A, 8. Cleghnrn
.n a letter ot March 15.
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