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BANAUE, A CONSTABULARY POST AMONG THE MOUNTAIN RICE TERRACES.
costume, with a dash of something local to please the natives. Besides the post at Banaue, there is one on the frontier at Mayaoyao and a larger one at Quiangan, the provincial capital, with a full company of fifty soldiers and two officers.
Quiangan is more pretentious than Banaue. There is the house of the Lieutenant-Governor, a Catholic mission, besides the constabulary post; and a school building and Government House just being completed, which are the second wonder of Ifugao. The industrial school at Quiangan has certainly gone a long way in leading savages toward citizenship. The pupils have quarried the stone and erected two massive buildings which would be a credit in any land. They are tremendously proud of their work and well they may be. In their country