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It lias pleased His Mnjc6ly tho
King to confer Letters Patent ol
a. vax ci.iui- m:i. i:m.,
mmit .iames gallaoiieii
Esq , and
PHILIP SHEKlD.vN VuOL3EY,
All Citizen: of the United States of
Foreign Ollke, Honolulu, II. 1 ,
July 21, 1890. 012 lt-lol It
'A" XI OB
Pledged to neither Sxt nor J'urty,
JSut cttabliihecl for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 18P0.
The discussion on tho "dipsoma
niac" bill showed clearly that some
of the native mcmbqrs did not cor
rectly understand tho object of tho
measure. When tho bill was iulto
duccd the Bui.i.v.nx pointed out one
or two objectionable features, which
liac been eliminated in committee.
The statements of some members in
regard to its intention and probable
results wero pieposterous. An en
actment of the kind is not a now
and untried experiment, whose ef
fect is purely conjectural. Other
countries have made the trial with
beneficial consequences. We are
Kutisfled that the bill is calculated
to do good here, and its rejection
would be a blunder.
LETTER FROM MR. DILLINGHAM.
It is quite evident that 2Jr. Hind
ie seekiug for light on the subject
of railways, either for his own bene
fit or for the publio good, and while
I do not claim to be authority upon
the subject in a general way, omo
Knowledge of the business lias been
acquired, and fact3 gathered in ref
erence to the proposed extension of
the line on Oaliu, and the building
of the lino from llilo to llamakun,
which may enlighten and interest
ttie public if they do not conince
Mr. Hind insists that a i.iilway
will not pay beyond the piccent
line on this island, and professes to
believe that a railway would not
j iv between llilo and Hamakiia,
and complains that I do not phi.
my reason why railways in this
country should be assisted by the
Government. It seems to me the
icason ought to be appatcnt to jMi.
Hind, especially if he thinks he
voices the feeling of the country
when lie says the extension of the
line on Oaliu and the pioposcd line
on Hawaii will never pay. People
said the lino just completed would
never pay, and ! am very strongly
inclined to think my friend Mr.
Hind was in tho front ranks of thu
hceptics ; for I know lie declined to
buy the bonds when tlio' w ere of
fcied to him, but he has since be
come con cited and bought stock
at par, and I 'believe ho wjll find it
one of the best investment, he e or
made in the county, or out of it.
The road hm paid fiom the day it
opened, and is doing to-day belli r
than was stated in the prospcctiih
bcfoic the wcil was begun
It was no easy undertaking, to
raise the money to build the Peail
River divison, because where tlieio
is one Mr. Hind now to cry down
tiie enterprise there were, I am
sot ry to say, many, very many
Why showed the government aid
the railway? Because tho countiy
can never be properly devciopid
without railways. Because popula
tion and business will increase
lapidly under the advantages which
railways will give, and by tlio in
crease of population and business
the revenues of tho country aic in
creased. Railway bonds guaran
teed by tlio government make safe
investment for thu people, who,
huio of their interest, as well as
principal, arc glad to invest their
money in an enterprise that will
make business for thousands and
increase the common wealth of tho
nation, nt a rate of inlciest which
will make the enterprise a success
from the start.
Mr. Hind is right in saying there
arc long stretches of barren, deso
late country, over which the road
must run; but tho soil is lichuud
capable of yielding pioduco of all
kinds, and theso lands will be inha
bited and become fiuitful, when
they are brought within l each by
the proposed railway . Already ne
gotiations have been entered into to
secure lands nlong the projected
line, and it is safe to say that thu
business between Honolulu and Ka
huku will double its present volume
in five years after thu rond is built.
The present frcigiit between Ho
nolulu and Kahuku amounts to over
25,000 tons per annum at S2.25,
856,250; Passenger tralllo can bo
estimated safely ut 830,000; Hub
flldy S500 per mile, per annum, 50
miles, $28,000; Total, 6114,250.
... . . '
Wfl catlWRln tiC line bttili tvlth
4011 steel rail", fi t.ulnts rolling
totUs, ioc!c ballast inert the entire
length of tlio road, including many
mili'3 of hauling, ami thu heavy
deep out to Iki ma lc in lock at the
(ist end of tho island, ran ho done
at a coil not to exeied 18,000 per
mile, which tlio company will un
dertake to lalst: at 6 per cunt on its
first mortgage bouds on the Kooluu
division, if ttio Government gitanin
U'c the people thai the interest Muill
bo paid. I'or tills u-Utnnus thu
lode nothing and '
pain all the benefits that will actuo
in tho inoieao of tnscs through the
peopling and developinc; of lis now
ban en wastes.
Honolulu to Kahuku : 5G miles at
S18.000, 81,008,000: Five per cent
interest on SI ,008,000, 850,-iOO;
Running expenses, S 10,000 , Inci
dentals, S!l,Sr0; Sinking fund to
meet bonds, 615,000; Total 9113,
SflO. If Mr. Hind is not satisfied with
these figiucs, which liave already
been presented to him' as a member
of the committee on railways, I
think it U his duty to enquire into
tho facts, as I have done, before he
votes against one of tho best enter
prises in the land. Inside of five
years tho Kahuku Plantation will
add at least 7000 tons of freight to
the amount now to be carried. Rice,
bananas and sugar and return
freight will incrcaso at least 7000
tons more. The north side of this
island will become a resort for tho
people m our hot, dust3', crowded
city during the summer months, and
thus increase very largely tiic re
ceipts fiom passenger tralllo. Tlio
prospective increase will more than
mako up for tho subsidy which will
ceaso at the end of Ave j'eais.
(To be continued.)
DID NOT SAY SO.
Will you allow mo to correct an
error in your comments in last Sat
urday's lssuo on tire trial of Joe for
perjury? You says, "it was serious
ly contended that the administering
of oatli was a matter authorized by
statute and that it is not conferred
upon interpreters of courts to ad
miuibtcr the same. The Court said
it was aware that no authority wa
conferred as above staled, but that
hitherto it has been the practice of
the courts to allow inleiprcters to
administer the oath. As the Court
uiled there was eidence that the
oath was legally administered, Hie
case was allowed to go to the jury."
The question was whether there
was bufllcient evidence that Henry
Smith, Esq., the Clerk, administer
ed the oath, as alleged in ths indict
ment, to so to the jury. Tho Court
ruled that there was, and later
chaigod the jury that if they were
not satisfied from the evidence that
Smith administered tiie oath, they
must acquit. There was some dis
cussion as to tiie power of an inter
pietir to administer an oath uudci
the direction ot the couit, but it
was not pertinent to the question
ruled on except in relation to a sug
gestion made by the prosecution, to
amend tho indictment. The. Court
did not say, "that hitherto it lias
been the piactice ot the courts to
allow interpreters to administer the
oatli." As a matterof fact, the prac
tice vniics. S. B. Hoi c.
A wrony impression has crown
out of my declared intention of in
troducing a bill to abolish the Audit
Ollice, as though I had been put
"up to it" by members of the late
Cabinet and otheis, out of revenge.
Tlicie ib no truth in that thought.
I have never spoken to any minister
orf'inyniio that ever was a ministei
of this Government, or anyone that
ever held nu ollice of pio'llt under
tills Government; neither have 1 re
ceived so much as one suggestion
iiy ward or pen from anyone about
it. The fact is, there is only one
man i'u these Islands to whom 1
have unfolded my reasons for my
intention, and as yet they existed
with him and mo alone. The idea
has grown out of my endeavor to
perform my legislative duty. My
eyes and ears have been open,
I have read both good and evil
"reports," Supreme Court deci
sions and a great deal of law and con
stitution, as well as heard many wise
and well spoken vvoids, from my co
luborcrs, and some foolish and wick
ed ones ; thought has been active ;
and out of all lias come my honest
conviction that tho Audit Olllco as
now admiuisteied is an injury to tho
morals and bueiuess of this king
dom, and should bo abolished, and
if my bill comes up upon its merits,
I think it will plainly appear.
J. M. Hoitxmt.
A few weeks ago the National He
form Party wcio a unit and held tho
conlldcnce of a large majority of
tho people; but nlicio is it meander
ing to at tho piesent? What tho
party is Badly in need of at present,
is a bold, vigorous leader; one
who has the coinage of his convic
tions and is teady at nil tfmes to
Btand up and defend and support
the party principles, through thick
mid thiu, icgurdless of what Mr. so
and so says or thinks. Sailors will
always btand by the bold vigoious
man at tlio helm rather than, tho ono
who hesitates, oven if ho does touoli
bottom now and then, Such is life,
chock through the book, and can't,
be rubbed out. Euik,
0ajt,t mnjr,wmr iTorort?, n, u
. rs - gVMPmjt Krtyxrrximz. EvgftftrfMwlwPffm'wnvtw
Auollon Sales ly Unis J. Uvcy.
A-i: a ocrxoN.
I am hiti itctod by ?tu. P. EllIU.KIl
to sell at Public Auction,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 11..
At lit ii'-ddem'). King lteet (oppclic
the tiMlduK'o ol Mr. Ale. Yuiinvj, tho
Household -: furniture
1 Elegant Rosewood Parlor Set,
Upholstcied in Raw Silk;
Coutei Rug, ITnndcome OHt Rlock,
Mii'le Stand, Mntblctop Center Tablo,
Elegant Engraving cc Pictures,
ll.iudsomc II. W. .Mmlk'tni bedroom
jot, Painted HcibontiiiJet,
Ash Bedroom Set,
Mattiassc, MoMiutto Cm taint. U. W.
Extension Dining Table & Chain.
Cheffouler, 2 Wardrobes, Hair Cloth
I'm lor Sot, Cli imlellciH A L'imn,
Itnby CnrrJnfiCH &. Cradle,
.faltiug & Oil Cloth, MenaafetSRefit
geratoi, Hat tc Umbrella riraud, Medal
lion Stove & Kitchen Utensl $, Cioeki-rv
it Glassware, Iluh Tub, riardeu Tcoh
& Hose, Etc., Etc Aln,
2 French Plate ?il
-Vint 1 limit,;.
tgy The houe will be open for in
s-pectlon on Wodnesdiy. July 23id,froiu
10 A. :. t6 4 l. m. The Auctioneer do
shei to c.ill attention to the ovcollcnoe
of the above FniiiUuie, liivhur been in
u-e a 'bolt time ,md almost now.
ALLIGATOR PEAJIS J
I71VK ($?) Dollars per hundred
-L Send oideis accompanied with
Ji&.& O bilge FtmiNlii'il Booms,
.&-J73S i eenti.dly located. Ap-
if piy ar tun oiuco. .. iw
v, A frl-TTi: of Tin eo Nicely
S a- runilslied Kooins. At-
rttw? 1V ''' u. t I 1 UIJVLIUUW
fctreot, or to II. 1". Ilubbud. H01 tf
HOUoB with 7 rooms
and bath, on the coi
ner of Beietaiili imd Pensa-
ooli "-tioers. Cni pi-s thcdooi. Ap
ply at thix olllce. C3I tf
LAR'ii: Coital- on bllilia
f li cot, 5 room", kitchen
and iinntiv. Luuveulcnt to
91 King bt., ovti J. Xott's Hum.
Kiven Anoint lFt.
J. . WAf.KBIt
WAKTEIJ nl UXCK !
COTTAGB within two
ii. or time liloohs bom
theeoiner of Pint -ind Hotel
snout-), fcuitablu for lluec gentlemen foi
hull Keeping. Addicts "V. O. box
No. 2H7." COO tf
TO LET or LEAKE
'P1IE Ue-idenie of Mrs. A.
A Long, In l'aiioa Valley.
D.V ilJ 1) Vl'lU.N,
01 Kinj St., n r.I. Noil's "toic.
NOTICE to IIOKSBMISN!
The Cilcnrated Jtim-
iiiuilojh" v. Ill btand
this sea-oil at the
teims 8."0. Tor luiiher p.ptli iil.us
apply nt tho D-iby. fifti 'Jm
GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at ibis ollko.
TIIKEE Fhi.t-i.lim Hands foi dies
m.ikliig. Apply ai ouee at ctab
COJtf Mus. M ELLIS.
Woman, to take chariro of a
houaonnd tlnen chlbhen, on the Inland
oi Hawaii. Answer, giving nuuiets to
bo called on, "Haw alt," Uuli.i:tik
Onieo. (li 1 at
ART CLASSES I
Allen Hiitehiusou holds a class
in modelling at his studio, Nuu-
anu avenue, oveiy Tuesdav and ."-niur-duv.
Eor paitieuKus applv-'lfellTelo-phoiicG2l.
THE icuular annual and qiiailcrly
meeilngof lliu Paelilc Hnidvv.ito
Co., L'd., will be held at their ollko 011
TllUIt-DAY, July 21, 1S0O, at 10
O'clock A. M.
.IAS. G. SI'ENOElt,
Hoiiolillil. July 17, 1S00. 007UI
THE anminl meeting of the stork
holders of tho Wnlolilun Agiicul
tiiral & Gialng Co. will bo hi lu at tho
ollice of tho Seeiotaiy, at Hoiiolillil, on
WEDNESDAY, thu 30th Inst., at 10
o'clock A. M. C. '. 1A UKEA.
001 2w ScoietaiyW.A. & Q. Co.
Auciloii Sales by James F. Morgan.
Lsnul lord's SnTo of
Goods & Chattels
Distrained for tho Non-payment of
Turn Instructed bv Peter rciiinnilca
to sill at Pol lie Am. Hon
On TlilJltSDAY, Aug. 7tb,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A- 31..
Of ,iid day, ut my Salesroom, Queen
Mrcot Honolulu, tho following de
nlbod Goods i Chitteli of Ahl.ul, a
lalotounutof sdd Peter linaiide7.at
Kapalnmn, dKti.iliud forauo.us of lent
ami balii!r been hold thu statutory
lomjth of time by tho said Peter Ker
uimle, l: 1 Cooking Stow, 2 Show
Casus, t Tables 1 Colfuc Machine and
othci Wales, Goods and Chattels and
Effects of said Ah Lai taken from hU
ttoio on King street, at paid Kapalatnn.
Honolulu, July 11, 1590.
J AS. F. AIOltGAX,
Executor & Trustee's Sale of
ny dlreellon of OECIL BROWN. Ev
eeutor A-Ti utco of tho Last Will and
Testament of Philip Milton deceived,
I am dbcetcd to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI..
At thu Earni IIouo in Palolo Valley.
Honolulu. Oahu, all thu following
' declined Piopcity, suitable
for Kmiili pm poses:
1st All that land containing nu area
of-lCOMaeies and situate In Klpnhulu
nml W.il.dac-lki, District of Kona, Oahu.
nnd being the same piemUos conveyed
to the nid Philip Milton bv the Trus
tees of the Estnte of VV. C. Lunalllo.
2nd All tint land eont lining an are-i
of nine agus situatu in I'.ilolo Valley,
nnd being the same )rcmlses convcvul
to thu hald Philip Milton bj Uiso'lda
hlicruian. This piopnty h.ii a laige
iCbonolr upon it, which supplies the
lower lands with walei for ncu cul iv.i
lliin, the leseivoh Ifi ISO f Uhoiiiv M(ii.uo
and lias a depth of 3 1 feet, and co- In
the neighborhood of 10,000.
3rd All that 1 mil containing an aica
of li() acies and situate nt Klpihulu,
Oahu 'Hie two lngei uacN In Uipi
hulii and Waialiu-IKi aie fenced with
roiiiI stone walls and wiic f nclng di
vides them fiom piopeily now in pos
session of D. 1. leenbeig and iiRedfor
l. inching piupoes.
Also m. tho same time and place the
Lease bom the Hawaiian Govern
ment, of 11 1 aeres of kind-, known as
Kipidii, iaiiy untal Si20, expbes
June 21, 1!2. A poi lion of this land
(J aeie-) tublet to a Chinaman foi lice,
lor SCO a ,v u ir.
l.tMSufiom Commissioner of Crown
Limh, of lauds Known as Walomao and
J'nKcle. aid !I4(! aeies, jeail.v lontal
.3'idj, lease epiies Jan. I, 1001.
Lease from 1). W P.uiahl, of 111
acies of liud of KeKIo, yciily ienl.il
u00. A loiligu o tliih" lanil under
cultivation of itec b Cblneo who have
piyud 81000 a e,r, the usuivnlr up
Ill vlng mo-t ot" the water, kase txphoi
Leiso fiom II. K. II. LlliuoKahini
oj land Known a- ICaauvveloa, '2i aeies,
veailv lontal f-rfd, lease cxplic in May,
T.e.io from D. W. P.iuahi, of laud of
Keldo. about C00 acies, joail) lental
sjjiiiO, lea-e i )bes Oct., lii'tl
Lcii-o fiom llawnlian Govortunent, of
land of W.tahll t, ISO acie-, vearlv icnt
al -'00. lease Ovpiies In Aug., 1S00.
Lease from TuintcoH of Bishop lNlatc
of Wiuiliil.i, :u0 aeies, veuly leuiid
$200, leate eiiies Augu-t, 1800
Lea-u fiom h. Knwm abd heKuui of 2
plcee-i of laud in AVnlauiau nod KeKIo
It-1 acies, vearlv i ent.d '21, lea'-u '
plies in Augu-t 18!)'i.
The lands of Wnahila -4fetl aeies sue
now biinging a rental undei nn agui'
mentwith Poitiigue-e of 100.13011-.
'lheie aie abnnt 8 aeichof taio aliunst
llpu wldoh will be -old with the Kind
upon whii h it Is giow lug
'J he income fiom Oiange-i, Limes,
Coffee, Etc., and l'.istmago have
amoimted to about 100 a joar.
The piopeity above sot foith Ins a'
liiboiei's lioue. slaughter houf-e and
otliet lanch buildings upon them, and 2
. Abo nt the samo time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
CO Milch Cows, Peven Pair of WoiKing
Oxen, also fi Hoiscs, 0 Mnien nnd 2
Colts, O-c Cut, .Saddles and Bi Idles,
YoKes, ete , etc.. and oilier utensils and
propei ty tisid upon a well appoluud
IW" Tiie Piopeity can ho im-ppcted nt
tiny time. I'm fiiitlierpnitl.-ultiis apply
J AS. P. aiOKGAN,
Or, to Ctcir Tlitow'N,
ExeentoritTitistee. MO hn
TB. n T'S olllee will be clnsod fiom
JL July 22ud to August 4
A I.IX Deutsche, WelcheZiirEhnlch
l lung dos Natloual-Denl(iiial fur
den ruirten von llUmutLk 111 Ik-illn
belzutr.igen wimschen, weri'en otbiichr,
etvviiigo Ileltiaege fur dlescii Zweck an
das untcrielchiicto K'oneuliit iiukuz
ahleu oiler clnziiBc udcji,
der Beitrag-llsten 1111 dus Cen
tinl (Jonillo in Itcillu ubcimittclt wer
deu, IvAisr.iii.1011 Dr.uTSCiii:s IConsulat.
Honolulu, 7 Jull, lSHO. C0!)8t
IF you want a tine cigars go to O. J,
McUnithj'B. 095 2vv
SPLENDID Is the Ico ("ream Soda
at ths i-'Uto Ico Cream Piirlors.
mi? fitt, lew.
iWn H '1 SIM !
Cash Assets, : : : :
B5CKAKD A. 35cOUJK2Y, President.
KaT For full particulars apply to
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
&&T And will bn DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
Cofleo, Tea, Chocolate
IHlia 1 1
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
a a 45' u a a 6 fifaaaBfluupQ u &aus&U d 1 EaaaTHHaa a SnffSuB
Sole Proprietors cf BAILEY'S SAESAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
dp? Ale, Hop Ale, Greiilie, EesierrMe, Sarsaperl, Miueral Mm, Etc.
gy All coiuniuuicatious
lacfe? Fir Sale !
The following Maehlnoiy foimluz
pnitofthoMni' .Mill IM1111, will bo o!il
at publio aui,tiou at nu c.iily date unlei
ilKpooeil of piftviously by piivute lie
I'm tins cle-hoiin of puich'iMng.iiiy poi
tlon of this M.ieliiueiv can gtt p.nti
eul 114 and pihes fium tbe iiih1hi,i:s(!:
1 28X48 111 k mm
t-paie Gcai Wlieei ic Pinion j
1 iri1U Engine, Spnie Cear Wheel lb
SMiOnie Uhilders lih riltiugi,
I .lulee Hejtei. II ft. long 12 lu. dia
2 4' In. W. 1. Cleaning Pan', (,12x2.7-,
1 ii7 lloubk i:ffi-et, eoiiipletc with
Pump & Mage;
1 6x20 Gdllomy Bjiler, complete;
1 CxlC Tubular Roller, comp'cte;
1 Sugar O.11 H Iu- w 1- -1x0.1x3.4;
1 Sugar Coolei, 8x.".(i.-J0;
1 Sugar Cooler, 0 C" iixO;
2 Sugar C'oolci . 4C .20;
1 Tank U in. W. I . 7 Cx-iOxia-,
1 Steam i'tiinp, 4 dUchaige;
1 No, 6 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Illako Fmnno, y. dlschaigo;
1 1.alhe. 20 cliuck 12 It. long, bod;
I Heavy Vice,
1 Ribbank Platfoim Scales, 2028;
31111 Bulldln, 10xli1021; anrl Holler
bheil, allcov. wilhCoirug.itcdIiou;
riic Uilck. also a large iwroitinent of
2ml Uaud Coclin, Valves, I'ljilng,
Ike,, Etc. ,
J NO. HIND.
Poi .Star Mill Co . ICohnln, Haw-all.
Studio, Ho. 87 Alakoa Stroct.
Foimerlyof Now Yoik, would Infoim
tho ptildiu tint she is mepaud to 1111
all unlets for Pastels, Oil, W.itei CoIoia
and hull 1 Ink Poi ti nits.
J3. Samples of wink can be seen at
Studio and Ilamlllnn House Pa i lor..
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
ilto, General Merchandlno,
Rwa Plantation, 1 Honolulu, Ewa.
Travelers by train or Government'
road can secme accommodations and
board. Charges reasonable. 002 lm
. Guaranteed Bonds
ISSUED BY THE
ALWAYS ON n.VND AND TO ORDER
Cekesj Pias5 Byns, Roils,
BILL, ot" 3TAT5KJ
SteiikH, Chops, Fish,. Ham & Eggs,
MiNUFA CTUJiBKS OF
3fl. Ml. to X p. Ml." 25!1
and orders should ue acldres'jed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
-A rem x.
Having removed cur H01A WORKS to more commodious cpuutors at
Wo. 29 lOMT STKJESISI',
(Near ihn Custom House)
We 1110 now- pn pand to furnieh nt sbott notice, and of prime qirality, any
of the fullowing High Okiss Aerated Rcveragoa:
iDT fu nn wr
ti. lit i!s in . ni
Sarsaparilla. Sarnaparilla & Iron WtUor, and Crab
U8ing oxclutiivcly the HYATT TURD "VVATIJR SYSTEM.
Without a llivul
Ono-third tho Pries of the
t& A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Befit.
' SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
MPNPV HAUIC X. ".j-k
IN nAUP.l'OUOTJ JPAV8
Is tho Finest Table butter sold In tho
City of Honolulu.
TO BK HAD OV
Henry Davis Sc Co.
Powell's Baggngo Express,
Furnltnro moving a epeelalltv. Uag
gaco delivered with pioinptiirsa and
caro to any part pf city. Stand, corner
of King and Bethel streets. Hell Tele
phone 479, Mutual Telephone 67.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
part of the city. 3
Slews, Soused I'ig's Fctt, Etc.
H v Jd. H slaL JL i-
U . IB
iul'rico & Quality 1
Housekeeper Shou'.d Uso It J
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands
. J. McCarthy
HnB juBt received a fresh lot of
6-Q Olvo us a call. 2w
THE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
uot bo rejioiiBlbl4 for nuv bill?
contracted In their mime wltbtita
wiltten order nlgned clihor by D,-l
l'etereon or J. JI. Oat
1J. F. DILLINGHAM,
aiansger Hawatlan Coiistruttlou jt'o.
Honolulu, July 11, 1690. C03 Ira