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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 June 1895

MoitCT JlttrUc? Bv Soutboru Assooiatod l'rom. Taw Voiik. Juno 4.?Money on cull eisy ?i \ so? cont.. oloiiug at 1 per ?.e'it. Mor ?iUKUiclu.UKe in ?tea y. with actual business In bankers1 bills at 488h 48 ?i for sixty days end 4c8;a!MU for demand. Touted rates. ??Bsui-idii*. Commercial bills, 487ai874, Our? ?turnout bonds firm. THK stock mabket?? jlosiko mos. (American Cotton OP. 271: American Cot* ton Oil. i ref, 744: American Bngar Uefin ?tries, 1181; An orican sugar IteUtierles. pref, ?u?: American Tobacco. 114: American To? bacco, prof. 118; Atcbiaoe, Topeka and Santa fe. 7: Baltimore and Ohio, 02; Cuu adn Pacific. C?; i hcmpcako unJ Ohio. 23}; Chicago and Alton, 160: Ohtoago. Uarling* son endQulncy. Mi; Chicago Gas Trust.741: gieiawure and" Lakonwanns. 10): Distil? lers, and Cattle Feeders. 20. l'.rio. 10J: Krie. eref.. 23};Oeueral Kleotric. 86J: Illinois Con Iral,S6J:"Lake Krie and Western. 24}.: hake ?}'ris and Western. pr?f.. 8<;: l.uko Shore, ? Hi}: Leuisvillo and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 5 June 1895

Ii iL mm mm The Western Summer School of The Catholic Church. The Establishment Repardod Most Enthusiastically by Educational Authorities of the Church. Eminent Prelates Who Will Bo Present. Tito growth of the summer school is one of tho most interesting developments of those inodorn days, educationally speaking. It is hardly 20 years yot since tho first summer school was hold at Chautauqun l>y the Methodists. At first the attendance was small, und there wero plenty of persons who disapproved of tho plan and did not hesitate to say so. But season after season tho attend? ance increased, and season after season there woro greater exhibitions of that siucorost sort of flattery which men term imitation. For years now every summer the attendance at Chantauqua has riin away up into the thousands, while of other well established Stimmer schools thorn aro at least a score and perhaps snore. It is significant of tho value of tho glimmer school scheme that, although nearly all the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

VOL. L?NO. 14_NORFOLK, VA., THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1895 PRICE 2 CENTS the mm 1 session The Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans at Charlottesville. Important Resolutions Passed. Wash? ington Taylor, Esq., of Norfolk, Elected Quarter master-Gen? eral. The Adjutant-Gen? eral's Salary Increased. By Southern Associated free*. Uhahlottesyii.i.k, \'n., ,)une 5.? 1 he second und laut day'a schmou of the Cirnnd Camp ot Confederate Vot erana was held to day. Col. Suioot sjreBided. Tho committee ou school iistorj rccoinniouded that tho Qraud ('amp call ou every city and county School Hoard in \ irguiia to uso ile iu fl notice to eolect it school history irom three ?outheru hiulorica on she (State lint, Holmoa, i huiubeie, tShiun'h, and also suggested thst in pri? vate schools tho eauio rare be uiado in eeleotiug histories by Soutuern authors. 3it the report wan embodied the re coiumeiulutioUB of the Umied Graud Camp at tho recent mtuting nt iioua Sou. The report trim udoptud. The committee ou school...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

CITY'S HEALTH PROMIS Meeting of the Board Held Yester? day. Ordered to Leave the City. The In? spector Given Assistance During the Summer. The Streets of the Fourth Ward. Called to Account. The Board of Health met yesterday with Dr. LanKford iu the chair. The Sauitary luepoetor's report for the past week showed 5 " uuisuuces, of which 4G had been abated. There was a long discussion ns to wbotber the odor from a crab factory cao be considered a nuisance and the matter was placed iu the hands of Dre. Vanoe aud Dnpuy, to lay it before the City Attorney, iu order to learn from him whether this crab house scent is such a nubauce as tho Bourd of Health ought to deal with. The Sanitary Inspector reported that he had ordered abated n uunuuee ou Weat Weier street, ariaius from L?y Iran's hide estublishmout. Mr. Johnston moved that the pro prietor bo required to more the busi? ness out of the oity, Mr. Williamson thought that all the Board conld do wonid bu to require that the plaoo be kept i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

WAVI'EU. f?msT-ci.Ass roi.oi:i:n ioiik, p.iti.kr ash T waiter dene, a situation. Address "'W. II. *.,"45 8.. Paul street, jcii-n* \\' A .\TKl>?A de-lnlile Puny* aud Phaeton; M prttc uusi be Utw. Address, ilatliif particu? lars..!, r. B. run' Virginian. JetVtl "llf ANTED?A ulce family to occupy Hampton *1, Femal? > ? lote (delight lully aiuiateiU during Vimmer van. ami b atd ttio faintly of the resident, a flno coir will !*? at the service of auch a party, Address PRESIDENT, Uaaipton female ? ollcgc. j, - I M/AKTED--Se?cial lunricr lurirJer.; first-clan vt accommodations; healthy, iiiouniainoua local? ity; countrt au i town conve? cice.; leruis rcasiu ?Ve. Apply to Mts. W. M, UOODMAN, Ambers! Courtkonsr. lol i" \yANTED~Fl?NclaM Coatuiakcr at once to eo M to Newport Nows, NICHOLS St WALLACE, a?? Main t e I. je.V3l TTjANTED?Employment by i " experienced all M round Irnicpirlatlon i.? nun: willing ?> w ? k will accepl any pssll o i with Ininvprria Ounpa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

ebtabusbbd 18So. FUBLI8HED EVEBY. MOBNISQ BXOBPT MuNDAi. Y1HQ1N1AN BUILDING. MAIN AND cOMMEBOB S1HKET3. M. GI.ENNAN. Owm.k, THE ?IBO?LAXIOM OF THE VIllOINlAM fa LABOEI.Y IN BXOBSS of uuy other vauer published iu East-i u Virginia. * Ms circulation lu NorroU uuJ Portsmouth is ureater than that of any paper published or oron atcrt in the two pities. m jt ]( delivered in the cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbs for 10 ceuts a week. Mail subscriptions. post-Re paid. Five Dollars per year; Three Dollars for sis nioutbB. One Dollar and ?Tilly Cents for three months; and lilty Gents for ouo ^Advertisements inserted at the rato of 75 Con a BQVAItBPiartT ISOtEBTIOS; euch subse? quent insertion 87} Cawra, or 61? cists wUEti ESSBlTlsn nrsv OTHEB IMV. t.ontrao tors are not allowed to exceed their spa e or adxerthjo other than their legiumste business, except by paying especially lor the same. Tbk Weekly Vibiiinias *M' UABOMSian. eight pageB. is delivered, postage paid, three mouths, SOo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

PORTOM??TH MEWS Double Tragedy in Which Two Lives Are Sacrificed. Gabina Thomas Fires a Fatal Shot at Her Lover and He In Turn Kills Her With a Bullet While in the Throes of Death. Par? ticulars of the Deed "Yo?terday morning about 12:15 o'clock a uegrn niuu uuuitul Butler boutt and Rosa Eiiis were Laving wmu words on the corner of King and God? win streets, nhout fuur blocks from tho city, ?hcn (icorge Nash, colored, ?tapped between ihoru tu preveut auy furthor trouble Abuut this t:m- a te;;rii womau named Subiua Tliosa??, ?villi whom Nash was liviug came up, vhi'ii a qnnrrel ensued between them, during which angry worda aud low epithets wore ludulgud iu. During tlie quarrel the wumau suddeuly pullvd out a pistol, poiuted it at Nush'n rtomach aud tired, tho ball Inttiug him iiulow the navel and p?o?iug into the ?toruach, Nash fell to tue grouud face down, but soon turned over and as he did so he pulled out his pistol and Urod at the womau, the ball passing through iiur heart. .She ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

Washington Connor Writes of the Situation. He Suggests that Capital and Labor Unite. ? Miners, Operators and Railroads Should Fix Prices , and Wages and Make a Binding Agreement. During tho past two years thcro has been severe competition in the bitumi? nous coal trade, resulting iu a reduction in the price of coal to a point where there was but little profit for the rail toads which carried it. tho mine owners and operators who produced it or for the miners whose wages wore dependent ^tipou tho price received for coal. Those three largo interests have alike suffered from a warfare which has been both foolish and needless. Last March tho Ohio railroads aurl operators took tho initiative toward bringing about a settlement of tho diffi? culty by tho formation of an alliance between tho operators and tho coul car? riers for tho purposo of securing better results for all parties in interest, to es? tablish uniform rates on tho railroads, secure stability of prices for the coal and throu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

?: onrv IMurttet Bv Southern Assooiated Press. V*w Vorn. June 0?Monoy on call Arm ?t la2 por cent . elottnx at 1 P" < out. stor? ting exchau-e strong. ?itu actual business ?u bankera' bills at 4.is:a48-!i tor sixty ilnya end 4S9at8!?i for demand. 1'osted rates. <89n4!t>. Commercial bills, 487iuiS7J, Gov ?ruu.otit bonds stealy. tub STUCK nahkkt?t'LOSISd mPS. American Cotton Oii. 271: American Cot? ton Oil. i rer, 71: American Sugar lb-fin ?riee, 1173: Air erican Sugar Refineries, pref. *00{: American Tobacco. I19|:Amorican To? bacco, pref. HS: /t'bison, Topeka and lauta re. <; Baltimore and Ohio; 62: Can ?da Pacific 52: Chesapeake and Ohio. 221; Chioagonud Alton, 180: Chicago. Hurlintl ton audt.>uincr. Blj; ChicagoOasTrust, 74; Delaware no l" Lakcawanna. 181;': Distil? lers and t at tie Feeders. V.'J Krie. 10L F.ilo. i'ref.. 23}; General Electric 351: Illinois Ceil tr.iI/.-r.i; ) alte Krie and Westoru. 231; Lake t'.rie and Wester...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 6 June 1895

Ell. IS UP 10 DHE Sermons by Telephone Are Now an Accomplished Fact. Interesting Experiments Recently Made in Philadelphia. Pastor Con well Will be Heard by Thou? sands Who do Not See Him. An English Precedent. And now tee telephone is to be util? ized as an aocessory to the pulpit A series of liit^ltly interesting experi? ments worn made a> few days ago in Philadelphia, which, wbou carried to their natural conclusions, will make it possible, and even on*y, for imy pcyubvr pulpit orator to enlarge ehe numerical limit of hie auditors almost inrtorinite Ty. The epenker, whose audience iB now limitt-d to the seating capacity of his churob, may rimulOaueausly address his words of exhortation to two, three or eve? n doscn such congregations, gather odvin separate auditoriums, mid that, two, without any axtSra oxurtion or incon? venience on his part, provided he pos? sesses the fftet reqpifiite of oho successful orator?good speaking power and dis? tinct enunciatlou. The ospwrim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

VOL. L?NO. 15_NORFOLK, VA., FRIDAY, JUNK 7. 1895 ~ PRICK 2 CENTS~" I EPISCOPAL COUNCIL TJhird Annual Session Convenes in the City of Petersburg. Bishop Randolph Presides. The Standing Committees. The Text, "If I Must Neeels Glory, I Will Glory of the Things Which Concern My Infirmities." fSpocinl Dispute.li to tho Virginian. VErEitsiJUiio. Vo,, Juno G.?The third annual Episoopul Cuunoil of the Diocese of Southern Virginia convened \a bt, Paul a Episcopal Church iu this city at 11 o'clock this tnoruiug, with ? large attendance of church nnd lay delegates. The Council was opened ?with a valedictory solo aud chortle, from the '.15th Psuloj, "O, Come Let l?s Worship," wbioh was udmirably rendered by a truiuudohoir ot seventy tivo or ouo huudred voices frutn tho oboira of tho several hlpiscopul thuroheH in I'otersburg. Rev. Mr. Mercer P. Logan, U. ?., lector of St. John's Church, Wythevtlle, read uioruiug prayer, assisted by Kev. T, M. t'areou, D. D., rector of St. Paul's Church, Lynchbu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

The Basis Suggested by the Berk? ley Annexation Committee. It Embraces a Free Bridge at Ends of Two Main Streets in Norfolk and Berkley. The Issuing of Bonds Within the Legal Limit for Internal Improvements. The Berkley anuexation coniuiittoo have drafted a* paper which embraces what they consider the views of thu oiti/.euB aud taxpayers of Berkley, as to the subjeot of Biiuexaliou with Norlolk, tho uoniuiiltco express the opinion that the citizens and taxpayers of the town ol Berkley, believo that in the betterment ol tbo towu govern? ment of Berkley, uolbiug could be more to the interest of her ueoplo thau annexation with tho city of Norfolk under oertaiu conditions, aud suggest aud submit tho following as the main features or term of such union, upon which they believo the quick und steady prosperity of tho community depeuds and better government ho thereby assured, and a pructical move towards Greater Norfolk bo accom? plished: First, That Norfolk guarantee a free bridge from Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

There is no belter cure in existence for Cramps, Cholera Morbus and all Sum mer Complaints, than Pain-Killer. Good for all pains, aches and soreness, internal or ex? ternal. One good trial will convince you that You can get it anywhere at 25c a bottle (double the former quantity). See that the bottle bears the name Perry Davis & Son. No other is genuine. WAHTBUi YtTANTED -Two Hv?, en rgs ic men to occupy r<? " tpoustlila 1 ? Itton. Apply 110111 s;:n) 10 12 k ?a. Hooui 6. ItC Muii Street. A. W. CON WAV, Malinger. JeT-lw WANTED?A desirable Tony and Winston; jro* mual be low. Address, Main;,; particu? lars,.), I", B. cure Virginian, JBfr-tl \\TAN i 'kd?A nice family 10 occupy Hampton * 1 remain College (dclighltolly situated) during Iumiiirr vaiaMou and u aril I lie rainll) of ibe ] ?resident, a tine..? win 1.1 < 1.-? i.ortl a 1 auch a party, Addrtss I'ltKelDKNT, lltmp . Feanle ? ollegc. Je ? ll iVANTKI>~.Se?oral lUuimer boarder?; ttrsi-clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

PUBLISHED RYEBY. MOKNISO EXCEPT MUN1)A\. VIRGINIAN ?Uli.DISC. MAIN AND COSIMEIMMS S I'll BETA. M. Ol.KNNAN. ?wstu. THE ?lUOULA'lTO.S OF THE YlllOlNIAN is LAKOKl.Y IN EXCESS ot ?ny other vaver published iu Earn i u Virgin ... it* circulation ui Norfolk uud L'ortiimouth U greater (ball that of any paper published or t iromatc I iu the two eitioa. it is delivered In the cities of Norfolk uud Portsmouth aud suburb* for iu ceuti u week. ^ ail sub? rlptions, ;-..?t ige paid. Five Dollars per year; Three Hollars tor ?Ii inoiithB. One Dollar mid Kiity Cents for threi- mouths; aud filly Cents tor ouo ii-out '. .. A-hei ii-fin. ut- inserted at the rate Ot n Ckm?.? Sv.t Ai kVHisi is.-m i.i io.n; each subse? quent iuBertiou ?7J Cknth, or 6u Crnts v nw? isski tku rvkbv otiikh n*v. Contrae tors ate uot nllowo 1 to oico. ?! t' oir spa o or niherttBO other than their lemnmsto business, except l>y payin- especially tor the same. Tm: Wi.im.y Yih-oman am> Caiuuiman. eight pages. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

PORTSMOUTH NE WS A Notebook History of the Leading Events of the Day. Barnes vs. the Ferry. A Tramp Leaves His. Clothcs?and Pieces. A Sweep? stake Match. The Visiting School Children. Rooters Return. Other Notes. There nro plenty lawn parties every Qight now. There will be a meeting of the (School Mount to night. Not an 'arrest wus reported at tlio sjtntiou house intit night. A number of tho uewiy elected Conn ciltnen qualified yesterday. The negro George Nash is still alive, lint there is but little hopes ol his gut? ting noli. lhe intense heat has driven tho tiish out in deep water, consequently they ere u little scarce. The jtfry in tho Barnes vs. Gill & Thomas case stood 11 to 1 in favor of ?warding damagce. bhorifl Cromwell loft for Richmond yesterday afternoon with two prisouera lor the penitentiary. Tho Ladies' Union prayer meeting v. ill bo held this afternoon at 5 o'clock at Monumental Church, Tho funeral of l'rof. H. L. Bnuli will take place this afternoon at 0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

P WAVE Of WEDLOCK hd Thousands of the Colored Race Caught Within Its Coil. ?Rev. Mr. Morris Employed by the Day to Perform the Ceremony. Joined ?V:. in Batches. Great Rush to R Escape the Wcrkhouse by Negligent Negroes. That portion of tho African race rest ?Jent in Washington is in the gr3sp of ft great moral reform. A tidal wave of :*redlock is sweeping over it- There is n law called the Edmunds law. It was tneant to mow tho Mormons. Bnt it has been put into recent active operation in ;^tho city of Washington, and thousands Of tho colored raco were caught within its coils. A large portion of them have ?ovor thought of getting a marriago li eonso en' parading before a preacher at ?IL . Tho whole population of tho District |1b declared by tho police census to 1k> Mahout 270,000, of which 80,000 are of African blood. Tho books also declare ?:that while colored persons takeout only f6 per oout of the marriage licenses they famish 40 per cant of the births. Tho oonstnbulnry ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. [Honor JlnrUct Bv Southern AssooiatoJ Press. vrw YoriK. Junn C?Money on cull onv ?t la'.'* percent-closing at l* per ient. Mer? line exchaURO strong, with actual busineBH In bankers' bills al 4o*ia48-i Tor sixty days ? nil 489{al81K for domaud. Posted rates. <8'.taitu. Commercial hills, 1874,aiS8, ?ov? is.in out bouilB strong. TUX STUCK ma.HKET?cumuio lito?. American Coltou Oil. '2.': American Cot tot: Oil. ] rof, 784: American Sugar Hefln sr ?8, 1181; An erican sugar.ltetlueries. pref, |U0>: American I'obacco. 113): American To? bacco, pref. 113: At.'bison, Topeke and t'alita lo. tlj: Baltimore and Ohio, Uli: Can? ada Pacific. 611; Chesapeake anil Ohio. 23}: ? hloago aud Alton, 1 Sil: Chicago. Burling ton sndQuincy. 8H; Chicago On % Trust. 711: I.'cluwure riud I.ekonwaniia. 161: PiMil lers and t nttle Feedora. 2011 l'.rie. It)}: Brio. Ircr.. 23; General Electric. S5J: Illinois Cen r;il,9l): l ake Brio and Western. 231; Lake Erie snd Western,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 7 June 1895

iSVEY WHEN A Futile Attempt to Make Pueblo a Metropolis. How He Tried to Boom City and Sub? urban Real Estate in Colorado. Q His Mardi Gras Festival and . Mineral Palace. His Adver? tising; Methods. It lias only recently dawned upon the i minds of the residents of Pueblo tbut E^fV". H. Harvey, author of "Coin's Fi? nancial School," onco lived there. It is \hard for the old timers to l>elievo that . the roal estate boomer who turned this )' quiet town top.sy tnrvy for n time is tho :" author of tho book which has becomo famous. Harvoy made his headquarters at the i drand hotel and kept his office in his S hnt most of tho time. Ho went with tho ? first overflow of Kansas real estato I boomers who had swung things so : briskly in Kansas City, Wichita and '. later in intorior Kansas towns. Harvoy svajitcd. a fund of money subscribed to iefray the expenses of two boom wri lors, whom ho proposed to scud into tho eastern states with pasters, billboard literature and ready mudo i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 June 1895

JOHN 8. W|SE UGHIING MflD He Calls Lawyer Boardman a Cow? ard, a Cur and a Blackguard. He Also Threatened to Slap the Moulli of Mr. Boardman, Who Afterward Invited Mr. Wise Outside, But He Foiled to Respond. More Trouble Expected. by Southern AssootatDtl PrGss, Xuw YottK, Jttuo 7,?Tho libel suit brought by Ueorgo W. Cornish aguiust W. K. D. Hiokes lo recover 820,001) damages, neatly ended in a buht be? tween Joliu fci. \\'iso aud Luwycr A, If. Bourdiuitu this afternuuu. As n is the lie passed betweou them. Wise, <? ho is a sou of ex Uov. Henry A. Wise, of "Virginia, aud served m Confess from tho Hiobniond district, called Board tnuu a liar, cur and blackguard, mid threatened to slap his face. A fight ?uu onlj preveuted by friends of each lawyer interfering. Tho i'i^p hud boon on trial for two days bolore Chief Justice Dully in the Court ol Common I'lcus.and on several oocasious 6harp retorts were exchanged between Mr, BoardiuHii, representing 1 Air. fcjtokcB, and Mr. Wise...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 8 June 1895

II If PUBUG lif The Reasons for the Delay in the Construction of the Same; The Money in Hand is Not Sufficient to Erect Such a Building as Would Answer the Requirements of a City of Norfolk's Present and Future Importance. Tho meeting of tbe John S. Barbonr Chin,to take action iu order to push to a beginning tbe construction of the now pnblio buildiug for the use of the post office aud Federal courts, has attracted attention'and conimout. It was thought wheu tbo meeting wus cnlled that, by concert of action ou the p-irt of our people, tho instruction OoUid be given to go ahead with the building. Hut from the letters received from tho Su pervisiog Architect and Hon. D. Gard? ner 1'vleCj it was found that if n bund? ing was to be started, based upon the amount iu baud, that it would be thor? oughly] inadequate for the service. Under tbo belief that the work could be pushed aud that tutiire approptiit tious would be made, ex Postumster Glennau was requested to pre? pare the resolutions...

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