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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLTJLU, T II.. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. 190.
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Honolulu Chapter Royal Arch.
Alt visiting member of the
order nro cordially Invited to nt
tend meetings of local, lodge.
vRMONY LODGE, No. I, I. O. O. F.
.fefs every Monday evening at 7:20 ,
i I 0. O I'. Halt. l-"rrt strecL
13 11 1IKNI-R. SecMnry.
V O HUM Kl.. N. (I.
All visiting bro'heri very cordially
MYS1 IC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday rvenlng nt
7:20 o'rlork In K. of I'. Hall, K'ng
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vltoii to attend.
F. WALDHON, K.'t.3. i
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Frldny rvrnlrK st
K. I'. Ilnll. Klnc i.tft-l. at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic LculM. No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnlcy Lodge. No. S, and vltltlug .
brothers rordlft'ly Invited. I
General uuiincst. i
IIOND. C. C.
HONOLULU LODGE. 618, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No616, D. P. 0. ..
- Vflll meet In their hall, .in Miller
; and llrrctnnla streets, every Friday j
Uy order of tlio C. R.
HARRY II. SIMPSON, ,
II. E. MURRAY, E.n.
Wm. M'KIMLCY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
yeeta every Saturday evening at
f.'.O o'clock In K. of 1'. Hall, King,
s.rtL Visiting brothers cordially In
rlt1 to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. CO.
13. A. JACOHSON, KM a.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on tho 2ml nnd 4th WKDNHS
DAY evenings of e.ieh month at 7:30
lclock In K. of P. Unll, KWir stnt
Visiting Fogies nro Invited tr at
(3AM MeKI3A(lUn. W.P.
II T. M00UI3, W. Gcy.
Hawaii chapter no. 1, order of
. Meets overy flrsi r.rj third THURS-
"DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' llulldlng, l'ott street, t
7:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendanco
la desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
'Meots rvrry second and fctirth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F
Visiting brothcrH cordially Invited to
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Also Calc'um Carbide of atl sizes, In
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ind Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
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With each purchase of $2.00 or
more In goods your choice or
perfume or toilet water that sells
from 75c. to $2.50 a bottle
With purchase to the amount
or $1 00 a gift of toilet water that
sells from GOc.to $1.25 a bottle.
With purchase to the amount of
00c or over perfume or toilet
water worth 2Dc. to Mc. a bottle.
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COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED
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Sun Rise Dyeing House
1340 FORT STREET.
FINE SUITS FROM $15 UP.
made In up-to-date
HOTEL opp. BISHOP ST.
'Phone Mtiin 487
YOU GET THE
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HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATINQ CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
RliharJk near Queen 8ts. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to,
We call for and deliver. Dyeing extra,
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
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ej- BULLETIN AD8. PAY "TKE
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! LOCAL AND IENEIAL
I Why not try Bulletin Want ad. sales
manthlp with that horse and carriage?
I New millinery ul Mrs. DIcKerson's
' Scissors, raws, sharpened. Webb's.
White steam autos. Sluckydn stable.
A. II. KIco Is In town from Kahu-lul.
Simpson Is In town from
It. Wucdon arrived from Kahulul
Father Mnxlinln Is a Claudlna ar
i thai from Maul.
I J. tlaicla vias a Claudlne passenger
I loin Maul today.
.Miss Ingursoll arrived from Kahulul
' cr 'Claudlna today.
l'.iclllc ltebekah I-oiIro meets this
'evening at 7-20 o'clock
J. Upfergelt nrrhed today from
I l.alialua In the Olnudlnc.
Lehiiliardl'H fresh chocolate candles
,lor Hegatla Day, ut Henry May & Cm.
C.i ll nnd sc9 the new goods A. Mom
purtliufcid on the Coast. Jut opened
I Miss 13, Cupp was a Claudlne pas-
' scnger today, arriving from Kahulul.
! Neatly Iiirnlshcd ipoms nl tho Pop
ular. $1, ll.CU and $2 per week, 1242
Mrs. A. M. Drown and child arrived
In the Claudlne this morning from
United Stnte-1 Marshal 13. It. Hendry
I (turned fiom Mnul this morning In
H. C. Searlo and family reached the
city this muinlug In tliu Cljudlno
J. Chalmers and Miss 13. J. dial
inicra artlved this morning from Ilauu
I in the Claudlne.
I Among thoro arriving from Mnul
per S. S. Claudlne aio Mrs. J. H.
Walker und child.
Rev. A. 8. Soares Is In the city, hav.
i lug come In toilny per steamer Clau
idlue, from Kahulul.
I A probate notiie In the matter of the
'estate of (liirlav Kunst, deceased. Is
published In this issue.
Whitney Ar March's Friday speclnl,
geiiuliiu India Head, .1.1 inched wide,
toft llnUli, at llio a nrd
A len.ird will be pjld for the return
of a .leihH) tow that Iiuh atracd from
the HI Clunenl'H Rectory.
tleorgo Kalfer'il ildeht Hon fell off a
wagon ul lluiiokuu. Hawaii, Sunday,
f I, -muring his leg uhovn the knee.
A piobnti) uotlco In the mailer of
tho eslato of Clias. Ilalverbon, do
icaRoil, Is published In this Issue.
.1. S Knleo of tliu Thlid Precinct,
Fourth Dlutilct, Is n nudld.itu for
RepiecentntUe tu Hie Leglslutme.
Then) Is a possibility that a busi
ness man's excursion from Tuioma
mid, Seattle may visit Honolulu this
Treat jour Iron root to n coat ol
"Arabic." There la no belter preserv
ative made. California Feed Co.,
The stores of II. May & Co., Uwla
K. Co. Ltd., J. M. Ivy ft Co. tmd C. J
Diy k Co. will be clohcd all day Sat'
unlay, lleguttu Day.
Yexlenluy being Ihe Korean 13m
peror's hlrlhd.iy the event was ccle
bralid at the Koie.iu Mission on
Tim Republican precinct ilelegatc-B
of lliimakua to the Hawaii loiiuty ton
Million will meet on September 22 to
ileclilu lipou euiidldate-4.
All perNiiiiH owing or having i lalnis
ng.ilust Ihe Hiinoliilu Junk Co. me re
iliieMeil to piescnt sumo to tleo. Maiy
ut the Klhihaua Sahxui.
Dnl.e II. Kaliumiinoku announces
hliuself as n cumlldtito for Reprc-Hen-tnllve,
Fourth Dlslrltt, subject to tho
action of the Republican convention.
Mrt. C. II. Wells. Wuid Wells nnd
M. Wells came to tliu city per
S, S. (Mainline this morning from Ka
The baik Amy Turner. Captain Wnr-
laud, unhid i.t Sati Fraudsio on th
3rd, after u long run of :is days from
illlo, wltli n ear to of 3!3,4l)U bags ol
The arbitration hoard appointed to
hear the appeal of John D. Souzii, to
whom the Ticjsiircr refused to Issun
a flfth-ilars llipiur Identic, has denied
Tliu bouid of supervisors of Die fren
Kindergarten und Chlldren'u Aid As
sociation will hold their regular meet
ing Friday morning, Sept, II, ut U:3u
In tho Y. M. (3. A. looms.
There will bn a speclnl meeting of
the Hawaiian Territorial Medical An
soclatlim on Saturday cwnlng ut the
otlUes of Dr. C 11. Cooper, to meet Dr.
til a in in, who will bo the. guest of the
Tim annual election of officers ol
the Wninhie, Kulmiikl and I'alolo ltu
piovcment Club will tnko place at the
gin eminent nun-cry on Frlduy, Sep
tember 2S, at t:'M p. m.
A Rally Social will bu given at l'a
laina Chapel ut 8 o'clm-k tomorrow
eenlng by the children under the cum
of Mr. and Mm. Rath. It will bu mi
assembly to get the children placid
iigalii after the vaiatlon.
Plaintiff In tho suit of Mary Heine
vh, Hawaiian 'I i ust Co, executor or
tint estnlu of tliu late Jus. Dean, wan
yesterday awarded JMS 05 by Judge
Itoblusou's Jury. The claim was for
IIIiikI doiihle that iiiuoiiut.
Tliu llllonluu KulhM for S.in Fran
cisco fioiu Illlo on the lltli ut S:ir, p.
m, Tliu pasxei.gcrx were 13. Irish, Miss
llojfnn, Miss Schutle. Mih. Llllle, T.
Soiens, Miss Can le Shlpmuu, Mr. and
.Mis. Mlnvllhi nnd child, It. A. Raiding
The Honolulu Fnginierlng Associa
tion holds ItH annual meeting tonight
There will b the election of ollheis
and Ihe c-ousldt ration of the new con
stitution and hyluvs about to go Into
effect Tint name Is to be changed lo
Hawaiian Engineering Association,
und Hie scopo bioadeued,
Whllo Hwlmmlng off Haiiula on
Tuesday noon, Will Campbell was
seized with clumps, and narrowly c
lupul diownlng. He was rescued by
a Hawaiian, John. Diiud, who hud haul
work bringing tliu man to tho shore.
In the afternoon Dam! started for hill
l.umi) ut I'uualuu aud had gono but a
short distance when he dropped dead,
supposedly from heart failure.
Do I Need
r No. I don't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could lead I'd get glasses
sure, I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
MONUMENTS, 8AFE8, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 170-180 KINO 8TREET. PHONE 27.
Mi'S TICKET HIS
Win. J. Coellio.'cundldJtP for Senator
irom the Dlstilrt of Mnul tame to
town today to obtain data for the
strenuous Maul campaign that will bo
In full swing next week. Coelho had
a very easy time of It In currying lh
convention. Only rlv out of forty del
egates voted ugalnsl him in 'his home
precinct and then the other precincts
tawing Into Hue.
Following Is the Republican Legisla
tive und County (leket for the Islands
of Maui and Alolokul-,
Senator- W. .1 Coelho.
l(eircHenla!lcs Jim) Nakuleka, Mo
lokiil; l'hlllp I'ull, 1ilialua: M. V. Wal
walole, Wiilluku: John Kuluua and
Antouo Gomez. Malc.iwan; J. K. Ka
iiauui, liana. '
SupeiilHoiH Theodore Meyers, .Mo
lokal; Wm. Helming, l.aialim;' S.!'3:
Katue, Wiilluku: Tom Chiiuli, Muka
wao; W I'. Hula, liana.
Deputy Slieilifs .1, II. Mahue. Mo
lokal: C R l.liidKuy, l.alialua; Charted
l.-ike, Wiilluku, IMkji- Morion, .lal.a-
lao; F. W Wlltrotk, liana.
Shellft-W 13. Saffery.
County Attorney II. II. Case.
Treusuier I,, M. Raldwln.
Alidlloi Cli.ules W. Wilcox.
Clerk -W I Kuue.
Additional Cable Newt on Page 1,
Talca, Chile, Sept. 12. A severe
cartlupiako his occurred ut Juchalu
Argentine. A lulu of sulphurous liquid
mused gicat .ilurm.
ibrahim m m
Conslantlnoplc. Sept. 12. Ibrnhnm
I'aulia Is dead. He was a giaudsnn ot
the Viceroy of Kgypt of tho same numu
who dh.il In ISIS.
Havana, Sent 12. Tho It. S. gunboat
Uemcr has arihcd hern. Them nro
from SOOU to 12.VU0 rebchi In S.inla
Sncr.imrnto, Sept. 12. The Demo
cratic Stale convention nominated Hell
lor (linemen- und Indorsed llryuii lor
. KILIED BVPULAJAHES
Manila, Keit, 12, I'ulajaues llrcd ou
a luliimii of ln12tli Infantry In Lopiz,
luluiul or Ijytc killing u iiuporul and
KIILED m mm
Montreal, Si pt. 12. Twelve, wern
killed and twchu lnjcinl in the col
lision heie on the Canadian I'icIIIo
St. Petersburg, Sept, 12 Zennldo
Konoplluulkovo, tho girl who assassin
Med (leueiul .Mln, has been hanged.
Louisville, Ky, Sept. 13. Bryan was
cntluiBlastlcall) received here yester
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Refers Public To The
Record Of Work
Tho letter addressed to John C.
!.anu which appeared In this morn
lug's Advertiser Is caiislugthn Sen
ator no uneasiness, but lots of amuse
ment. He says: ,
'As to. tho chargo made against mo
of .got, supporting the Immigration
l.aw,I would like to refer my corre
spondent and tho public to the rec
ords of tho Scnatu ut tho last session
of the Legislature. I supported the
mensuro then, being Instrumental
with such men ns Senators Dowsett
and lllshop, In effecting Its passage;
and 1 am now lnnro thanjiver Iden
tified with It. To support this. I need
only refer my correspondent and tho
public to a natlvo paper published In
Hawaii, "Ka Holm o Hawaii," patro
lilted by men of Rev. 8. Desha's type.
It will ho seen there that I am doing
everything In my power to promote
tho successful operation of the Iinml
giutlon Act. It Is folly to think tliat
I liuvo gono back on what Is law In
"Ah to tho charge that I do not en
dorse Coventor Carter, let mo refer'
my correspondent nnd the public to
tho record of the Republican Terrllo
lial Convention at Walluku. No ut
terance of mine can speak more loud
ly of my endorsement than tho plauk
In the platform which was RUpportod
by such men ns Hon. Sanford 11. Dole,
II. P, Raldwln, president of tho Plant
ers' Association; F. W. Macfarlane,
C. a. llallentjno and 13. R. Hendry,
which reads as follows:
"'Wo heartily Indorse tho success
ful administration of tho public uf
lairs or thlH Territory, commending
particularly tho honest, nlihi and bus
inesslike management of tho Terri
tory, which bus brought our expendi
tures within our luconio, and been tho
means of extending aud Improving
needed public .works, und we com
mend also tho policy of encouraging
"It will bo noticed that the plank Is
inipported by statesmen of recognized
ability, nnd men of largo holdings. I
nm willing to stand by the platform
of the party adopted at Walluku, be
ing u party men und believing that
tho patty, and not auy, Individual,
should bo supreme.' '
HOLT MINORS. AFTER.
(Continued from Pago 1.1
cats of thn minors to tho care of tho
court, and that be has no right to aib
lull material allegations.
The motion is-also accompanied by
protests by Mrs. Ciishlughuin aud tho
mliiois, wheiulu they protest agnliiiit
nud dissent from the answer and ru'
fuse to be bound thereby.
Smith & I.wls aio tho attorneys
for Mrs. Cushlngham and thn minors,
It Is probable that an Interesting lo
gal battle will follow, as Doutliltt does
not Intend to submit In slleuce.
Franklin "Why do jou refer to
that inau as u legal light?" Penn "He
is a lawyer that doesn't weigh much
In the profession." .
I ' rinvnvr nr'Mvirr
FOURTI BISTRICT lELEfi&TE
REVIEWS IIS LATEST
MACFARLANE KEPT AWFUL QUI
ET 'IN BU8INESS MEETING,
WHEN OPPORTUNITY OF
FERED TO CORRECT.
"I see Fred Macfarlane Is still tell
ing romantic stories about the Fourth
District caucus ut Wiilluku," said a
Delegate from the Fourth this morn
ing. "I was not at the business man's1
meeting so I don't know what he said
there1. Hut I was at the caucus In ,
Walluku und I know- what 1 saw and
heard. The motion to support the res
olutlon on the governorship was put
by C. 0. Ilallenlyue. He called for a
show of hands and declared the motion
carried. If I know anything of pollc
leal practice that meant that the cau
cus adopted the resolution. The vote
us declared by llallentync was not
questioned and the delegates left the
"After we got back Into the conven
tion hall llallentync came around to
me nrmed with a paper and pencil and
asked me how 1 voted In the caucus
cud I told hi in. Hut that could not ef
fect the caucus vote. There wero u
number who did not vote and It would
be n mighty hard Job for either Mac
farlane or Rallcutyue although Mac
farlane seems to be able lo Ihiuk he,
thunk most anything to take oath tu
the fact that every man Dallentjnc
questioned In the convention hall vot
ed In the caucus.
"That secondary canvass after the
caucus bad been held and the formal
vote taken was the funniest thing 1
ever saw done. It wus perhaps well
that the mutter did not come to u vote
from tb Fourth Dlstrlctbecause we
might have been treated to an exposi
tion of how n caucus voto may be
made to appear what It Isn't."
Mr. Macfarlane published the fol
lowing letter in this morning's Adver
tiser: Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1900.
Fdltor Advertiser: In your record
of the proceedings of the meeting ul
the merchants ot this city held on the
10th lust., and In connection with my
emarks concerning the calling ot a
meeting of the delegates of the Fourth
District at the convention held at Wal
luku last Saturday to get an expression
of opinion on the Cooper "resolution,
you quote mc us having made the fob
lowtug statement: "We decided to
ctand by the resolution if it wait pre
sented but not all of the members of
tho caucus voted." I wish to say that
I made no such ttatcment and as a
matter of fact there was a division at
opinion at said meeting uf the Fourth
delegates and It wus not decided to
vote for the resolution If presented. 1
trust ou will inuke this correction nnd
thanking you for the Insertion of this
Yours very respectfully.
I'. W. MACKAKLANR.
Whether Mr. Macfarlane mnde tho
statement credited him by the Adver
tiser or not, Mr. Farrington did at the
business meeting. Macfarlauo was
present at that meeting nud unless his
ems were plugged, heard overylhlng
that was said. Mnctarlauo also unci
ample opportunity to refute or correct
any stulement then made regarding
the caucus. He. kept so vigorously
quiet that ho could have heard a pin
drop had bo been alone. It bus been
sahi that Mr, Uallentyne In his sec
ondary canvass found enough votes to
defeat tho resolution lu tho Fourth
District, but it Is obvluuB that the
least Bald of that secret canvass so
fcoou after tho open vole thn better.
Macfarlane has evidently made enough
misstatements to keep blui busy ex
plaining for tho next year.
Trial Begins Of
Tho trial of llaletnano, a Hawaiian
charged with manslaughter In the
first degree, began beforo Judgo Do
Rolt this mornlug. Deputy Attorney
(leneral Pressor conducts the case of
the prosecution, assisted by Crimi
nologist Chester A, Doyle, while lien
ly Hogan appears for tho defendant,
Tho case Is not without pathetic
featuies. It appears that Halemuno'H
victim, u Chinese, and his bride, also
Chinese, bad been married on tho day
ou which tho tragedy took place.
They celebrated the occasion by u
least ut their homo ou King street,
Palama, when llulemuno urrlved, nn
uninvited guest. He aud tho host had
lomu words, whereupon the Hawaii
an hit tliu bridegroom with his fist.
Tho blow was so powerful thut tliu
death of the victim quickly cusued.
A jury was speedily drawn and
sworn, und tho trial proceeded with.
Olaf Soreuson testified In regurd to a
map of the premises, und Chester A.
Doylo to u photogiaph of tho sceno of
the tragedy, both map and picture Liv
ing Introduced in evidence.
McCaudless, a paluter, and a Ha
wallun boy, who, bud urrlved nt the,
feast late at night, testllled to seeing
Hulemauo swinging bis fist at the do
ceased, who fell to the grouud.
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Brown Spreckels Case
Row Before Supreme
The defendants in the famous case
of C. A. Drown vs. John D. Spreckels
et al., which, after being heard Ave
times was finally decided In favor of
plaintiff by Judge De Bolt's Jury,
have filed their brief before the Su
A considerable portion of the docu
ment Is devoted to the aliened mis
conduct ot the Jury In the case, which
read In the Jury room a newspaper ar
ticle In tbe Bulletin quoting Judge
De Bolt, showing that tbe court fav
ored plaintiff. This appeared first
exclusively In the Bulletin and there
upon la the Advertiser of the follow
ing day, wherein tho Bulletin's ar
ticle was quoted verbatim, with an
Interview with tho Judge, corroborat
ing the truth thereof. Says the brief
"Unless counsel for defendants had
waived their rights In the matter
there ran be no doubt that this mis
conduct of the Jury was sufficient to
require the Court to order a new trial.
Tho articles were mischievous In tho
extreme; not only did tbe publication
In tbe Bulletin state the leaning of
tbe Judge In tbe matter, which, as It
Is well recognUod, Impresses tbe Jury
considerably, but It also contains tho
distinct stntement that should the
Jury render a verdict for defendant,
and should a motion to set aside that
verdict be made, he, the Judge, might
do so; In other words, that be was
prepared to enforce his opinion, If
necessary, against that ot the Jury.
This Is an entirely distinct proposi
tion from the debatable question whe
ther In spite of the prohibition of the
Hawaiian statute, a Judge has the
light to comment on tho character
and credibility of such evidence. No
Judge under pretext of such a right,
would be allowed to statu to the Jury
thtt bo was lucllned In favor of tho
plaintiff and that If tbe Jury should
bring In a contrary verdict be would
probably set It aside. This would be
a distinct threat and an encroach
ment on the rights of tho" Jury which
could not be tolerated, and the publi
cation in question, though not Intend
ed to reach tbe ears, of the Jury, did
in fact reac;h them, and mutt have
had precisely the samo .effect." ,
The brief goes ou to show that
while the defendants In connection
with their motion for a new trial, pre
sented an affidavit from one of the
Jurors, showing that the article was
read In the Jury room, tho plaintiff
filed affidavits from all tho Jurors to
tho effect that the reading of tbe ar
ticle had no effect on them, but that
they decided tho case according to
tho law and the evidence,
Tho brief states that the latter af
fidavits "will be found upon Inspec
tion to bu so framed that a Juror la
either obliged to sign or to admit
that ho deliberately violated his oath
to render a true, verdict according to
Ihe luw und tbe evidence."
It Is further shown that the admis
sion of tho plaintiff's affidavit consti
tutes reversible error: "Tho affidavit
filed for tho defendants as to the fact
that tho newspaper was read Is ad
missible, but any affidavits as to the
effect of such reading on the minds of
the Jurors are clearly luadmlssible."
Food Commissioner Duncan slated
this morning that It had practically
been determined thut the cuses of sud
den illness, which occurred ut tbe St
Andrew's Priory nnd several other
pluces, weio caused by the drlnklug ot
bad milk. All the cases, which had
been examined hud beeu traced to tho
milk coming from a certulu dairy.
Duncan hud worked on tbe matter all
night and durlt.g the early hours this
Duncan explained that the trouble
with the milk In question was bacter
iological and not chemical. The trou
ble might originate from u cow's go,
lug through u swump, or sumethlug
like tbat. A very slmllur case bad oc
curred In Philadelphia some time ugo,
but, generally speaking, sucli vanes
The owners of tbe dairy In question
could not be held to blame. The pres
ence ot the objectionable bacteria lu
the milk was not tbeir fault, und could
not bo foreseen. It could be regarded
us absolutely accidental. Tho owners
of the dairy were exceedingly anxious
lo put a stop to tbe trouble, and were
assisting the Hoard of Health lu tak
ing the most stringent prevent meas
No unalysls or the milk was being
made, as the trouble could not be de
termined chemically, but bacteriolog
ical examination thereof would be
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