Newspaper Page Text
mm . . . -. - ...
r If 't
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers el this lint Mill arrive and leave this pert hereunder!
rnOM SAN FRANOIBOGt
In connection with the tailing of the above steamers, the agentt are pre
pared to Uaue to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets, by any rail
toad from San Francisco to all polnta In the United States, and from New
York by any tteamthlp line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
'Wni. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
OCEANIC S. S. CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
' ' - ' -1 - II !
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamshij.
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Stea-nera of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this port
on or about the dates below mentioned;
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
DORIC AI'Il. 2
COPTIC APK. 1
HONGKONG MAUI' APK. 17
KORKA APR HO
AMKHICA MARU MAY 1U
81IIKKIA . MAY 17
CHINA . MAY 21
Call at Manila.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & CoM Ltd., "
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service betweia New York and Hawaiian Islands, Via Pacific
From iNtw York: to Monolutu
Weekly Sailing via Tehuantepee.
Freight received at all. timet at the Company' Wharf, 41st
Street, South Brooklyn.
Prom Honolulu to San Franclaco
S.S. "NEVADAN" to sail APL. 20
Prom Son Pranelaico To Monolutu
S.S. "NEVADAN" direct to tall APL. 5
Freight received at Company'a Wharf, Greenwich St.,
and each month thereafter.
Prom Sunttlt and Tacoma to Monolutu
S.S. "ARIZ0NAN" direct to tall MAR. 20
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MORSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT. AGENTS, HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W
and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, are
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, D
(Tor Urltilmiio ami Sydnu))
AORANOI APR. 6MOANA APR. .1
MOANA MAY 4 1 MANUKA , MAY 1
MANUKA JUNK 1 AORANOI MAY 29
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada.JJnlted States and Eu
rope. For Freight and Passage and all general Information, apply to
Thei. A. D&vies &
J F. Morgan, President; C.J. Campbell. Vice President; J, L. McLean,
Rrrrtarv! A. P. r.larU. Treasurer N. It. ftedne. Auditor Frank Huttace.
' Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAYMEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Firewood, Stove and Steam Coal.
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND.
Tor Wnlunno, Wnlalua, Kaliiiku and
Way Stations '9:1c a. 111 , M.20 p. in.
tr Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Btatlnim t7'30 u. 111., 9i IE a ni ,
11 -0D n. in, 2:15 p. ni, 3:20 p. in,
"5.15 p. ni, J9:30 p. in. tll:00 p. m.
Tor Wahtawa 9:16 a. ni. and 5:15
Arrive- Honolulu from Kahuku, Wul
nlua and Walamio 8.3C a. Ill, 5.3l
I m '
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
mid Pearl City $7 4fi n, m, 8:3C a.
in, 10.38 11 in, 'lMO p. Ill, '1.31 p.
111, 6:31 p 111. T 30 p hi
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wuhlawa
8:30 a in, mill R.31 111.
f V.x. sumlaj
t Sunday Only
Tltn ll.ilnlnti I In, It, I tuiilwiiir
uu ,i,u,'.. ......... ., .. ............
lialn (only first class tlckots honored), I
lemos Honolulu every .Sunday at 8.22,
11 m roturnlng. nrrhes In Honolulu ,
nt 10:10 p 111. Tlio Limited stops only
nl Pea 1 1 Cll) mid Wulunue
O P DKNieON, r C SMITH,
Supt O P & T A
Fins Job PrlnUnu it the Bulletin.
k. ,j:-ax '
TOR SAN FRANCISCOl
BillltHA MAIt, 20
VHtiTUHA Al'l.. 12
AlsAMHDA A I'll. 10
MIHIIHA AIM.. 13
SONOMA AIMl. 2J
Al.AMUDA MAY J
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
IIONOKONG MARU MAR. 20
AMKRICA MARU APR. 13
8I1IKRIA APR. 23
CHINA APR. 30
MONGOLIA MAY 7
NIPPON MARU MAY 11
DORIC MAY 25
From Sydney and Brisbane.
(Tor Victoria nntl Vancouver, II. C.
Co.. Lti. fieaeral
TELEPHONE MAIN 295,
KciPUNA. HONOIPU, KAILUA ane
From Sorenson's Wharf.
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO.. Agt
Telephone Main 306, Maunakea BL, b
low King. P. O. Box 820.
' LEADING HAT GLEANERS
GOOD WORKM.AN8HIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Felt, straw and Panama hats clean
ed satisfactorily. Hats called for and
delivered. Genuine Porto Rlcan hats
for sale cheap. Just arrived ex Ala
meda. 1154 Fort St. opp. Convent.
Phone Main 493. Felix Turro, prop.;
M HnilllDS Os
" r " - vs
Whole11.lt Imporxera and Jobbera
AMERICAN DRY QtiODt
FOR fand QU'EN 0T8,
- 'lk'iaMitviUBKBfc -
CSTAnLISHCD IN 1IM.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
I etters of Credit Issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoInt Stock Hank,
Correspondents foi the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. G Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
San Francisco Agents Tim No
vadn National Dank of Ban Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Novadn Na
tional Hank of dan Francisco.
London Tlio Union of London ami
Smith's Hank, Ltd.
New York American Uxchango Na
Chicago Com i:cliango National
Paris Credit Donnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-
Kong Shanghai Ranking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Hank
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
lasia. Victoria and Vancouver Rank of
Ilrltlsh North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
npprocd security Commercial anil
Travelers' Credits Issued. DI1U of Ux
cliango bought nml sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. . .$200,000 00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L, T. Peck
Office: Comer Fort and King Sts.
SAVINQS DEPOSITS received and
Intercut allowed for early deposits nt
II10 rato of 4 1-2 per cent, per annum.
Ilnlcs mid regulations furnished up
Th8 Yokohama Specie Bank, lij
nnnllnl Hiibscrlbcil Yen 24.000.000
Capital Paid Up Yen 21,000,000
nescrvcil Fund ven la.iuu.uuu
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antling,
IlRlcn, linns Kan, Chcroo, uainy,
Dombny, Hongkong, Honolulu. Kobe,
I.cojang, London, I.vons, Mukden,
N'ugnsakl, Nowchwang, Now York,
Peking, Ban Francisco, Shanghai, Tl
entsln, Toklo, Osaka,
Tlio bank buH and receives for col
lection Illlls of Uxcliuiigo, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
acts a Reneral banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST.
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT 8T.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU 8TOCK AND
William T; Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully, executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
Small and Mclium Sizes, Complete.
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 KiiiR St , Katsey Blk , bt.
Nuuanu & Smith Sts.; Tel. Main 189.
P. H. Burnette,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Real Estate, Lome, collections.
Agent to Qrant Marriage Licenses.
Phones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341
,.-'''.. kMi4 mHmmitA, 4 iJMttkA
Alexander i Baldwin
, P. COOKE,.
rt, P. isldwln. ............ .reeld.nl
I. . Cattle, ...........Vlts Preild.nl I
H. M. Alexander ,.le.ond Vlea Pre
L. T. Nek..... Third Vice Prti
i. Waterhous Trtaturti
r. C. Panton lecretar)
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commorclal A tuar C
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klh. I Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company,
hattskala Raneh Company,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Tl.e Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalun ARricnltural Co.
The Kohala Sapor Co.
The Waimca bugir Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis.
The Wahiawn Wetcr Co., Ltd.
The Geo. F. Blaks Steam Pumps.
The New England Lite Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
National Fire Iniurance Co. of Hart
The American Stcara Pump Co.
Wb. i. Irwin & C., lU
WM. G. IRWIN. President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 8PRECKELS. 1st Vice Pres.
W. M. QIFFARD 2d Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cane Shred
der, New York, N- Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STRECT, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekco Sugar Co., The Planters
Line of San Francisco Packets.
LI3T OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger;, E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company ol London,
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDG
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But,you Must have tho BEST
and thrt Is provided by tho famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chutetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
Or BOSTON, MAB8ACHUSETT8.
If you would be fully Informed about
ihese laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
WM.G. IRWIN &C0..LTD,
AOIINTS J'OIt TIIK
Royal Iusur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng,
Comracicial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd,, of London, England,
Scottish Union & National Ins, Co, of
Wilhelmn of Magdeburg General In
lilanl. bool.a of all toits ledgers,
etc manufactured b) tho nnllctln Pub'
NEAfti THE END
Prisoner Confident Of
AltliotiRli Harry IC. Tlinw niiprms
hi ronllilciit of fiRaln walking tlio
itrrpts ns n frrn man, rind of rnnnR
Iiir ttxiins nt n seimlde rrnort whore
ho l)x I10 will spend (he summer
with his wife, the dancer nf his, con
miction tins ticw-r been renter limn
limine tlio Inst ten da) i:ldenrfi
of the most damaging character tins
hern idled up nRnlnst him by District
Hi el) 11 Neshlt Thaw- has told so
many nmlllctlnc stories lepaidlni;
her connection with Architect While,
has sworn to certain evidence nt one.
session mid lontrndlctcd It nt anoth
er, that tlio jur, It would seem, is
taking cr little stock In what shu
Kai, but will base their findings on
nldoncc other than hers.
In tho face- of proven facts. It
would seem Hint Thaw should bo dis
pirited nml nnxlous. Vet thn con
trary Is true With nothing between
him and tho electric rlinlr but the
nhlllt) of bis six nttornc)s to prove
that lie wns IntMiie when the fatal
ulints were fired, one run count on thn
lingors of 0110 hand the times Hint ho
has given evidence of n serious np
prcclntlon of bis plight When Ills
jnuiiK wife was on the stand, making
that n.icrinco of nil that woman
liflla dear, ho wns nt times solemn;
in o'le occasion he wns violently ngl
tit3il: but within mi hour his fnco
was 'renthed In smiles again nnd ho
had beconio onco more the most un
concerned man In the courtroom.
O'l tho afternoon tbvj mother told
her ImureBtlvo stori on tho witness
stand she nnd her son met mldvvny
en the bridge of sighs, whence ho
was returning to Jils cell In tho
Tombs lie burst Into tears nml
throwing his nrms about tlio trem
bling old lady tried:
"I nevor know what n wonderful
mother I had."
On tho day following the final ap
pearance of bis wife, 011 tho witness
stand, nttcr she had, with rare for
titude, withstood tho feurful cross
oxamlmitlmi of Jerome, ha throw his
anus nbout hir In the corridor of tho
prison and cried historically:
"My poor, dear llttlo wife! Poor
Uoth Ineidonts nro In mnrked con
trast to his demeanor In the trial
Oblivious to his surroundings,
Thijw listens awhile, soon grows tir
ed, tukes up the morning s man anu
plunges Into tt.
Tiom timo to time ho nllovvs bis
cjes to wander tovvnid tho witness
stand, listens as ho holds nn open let
ter In bis blind, makes a nolo on a
sheet of paper, hands It to I'eabody,
then turns back to his mall.
Rarely during tho morning session
docs Thaw give tin) attention to tho
pmrccdlngs. When tho most damag
ing facts aio being placed before tho
Jury cither he seemingly hears them
not nt ull or else he found In the tes
timony matter for Jest, for ho turns
to ono of his nttornejH and makes a
icm.irk, ut whim iiotn smiio.
At I ho opening of tlio trial It Is n
noted fact Hint public opinion was 011
the Thaw side, but nt present there
hccms to bo n turn In the tide. Tho
amount of rottenness that hns been
brought to tho surface has hnd a ten
dency In wcuken any benefit of doubt
that was once his.
Numberless newspnpcis, with a
pioper regard for tho chastity of the
home, liuvo discontinued tlio publica
tion of tho proceedings of the Thaw
CAPTAIN SAM WILL
Chas. V. Ziegler wns elected colonel
of tho National Ouard of Hawaii last
Copt. Sam Johnson wns elected Lieu
tenant Colonel. His ambition to bo
Colonel of tho regiment will bo realized
In nbout two weeks, through an under
standing with Colonel Ziegler.
According to military law, unwrit
ten however, und can bo broken should
occasion require, when n vacancy oc-
nirs, tne noxi raiiKing oimui sieps up
and fills It. Such a precedent wub near
to being broken in the present In
fctaue'e. The officers and men of the
N. O. II. wanted Captain Sum mudo
Colonel and such a result would have
obtained hud tho gallant Cnptuln nl
Lieutenant Colonol Zlesler also de
sired to he Colonel of tho regiment. A
tompromlso wns entered Into where
by l.leutennnt Colonol Ziegler wns
elected Colonel, but will resign attei
a foitulght'H command mid Lieutenant
Colonel Sum will sleu up a peg and be
mule Colonel. U 1m piobable that Col
onel Ziegler will command the legi-
mcut at tho l'mk next Tuexda) foi the
fust und Inst time,
Othci elections look plnco us fol
lows: Adjutant Gcneial, Col J V,
Jo"nes; Siiigcon General, C. 1). Coopei;
Quartet master (lencial, Cupt Short;
Judgo Advocate, i: C. Peters, Abslst
n 11 1 Sitigeons, A. N Sim lull, V. I..
All of the nov.l) elected oll'.ceis mauc
rhortv speeches, after which tho meet
1 fflr; a- , Ttr,- 11 r. i.t. , ".
Books, Bookish People and Thing
We I el no (ood by btlnf unf rneroui even l took,
E. 0. Brownlnf,
a iti:i'i:iiU8AL o.Nci: a vkail
It wouldn't do any of us any harm
lu rend over Darn Ill's letters na, onco
Wbnt n gentle ninn this great Icon-
oclnst wns nil tho n) through) Ab-
solulel) true to Truth, loal to the
facts ho discovered whether In bis
Invor or not, though drcadlnx r.ilc
opiKisltlon ami avoiding In over) way
nil) hurt to his kind!
Ho must Interpiel Nature, though
the heavens fall, Theie wns no oilier
course even If all his friends wcie
alienated from him When tho Illsh-
ops of the Anglican church were ful
minating iigntnst lit 111 nml his book In
n frenzy of Hucrntlon; when minis
ters nml others of the orthodox church
wrote publicly and to him privately
stinging letters ho answered without
finger. Hut ho was often very much
depressed, nml with tho jih)slcal pain
he sutlertd so much, came inoro than
once near to abandonment of his
Hut a cheering letter from 1.5 ell. or
n defense by Iluxloy. set him right
again, dear, gentle human Darwin.
(I II Lewes snld of hlm-
"Wc must rail attention to the rnie
nnd noble calmness with which ho
expounds his own views, undisturbed
b) the heat of polct.ihal agitation
which those views have excited, and
persistently refusing to retort oil his
antagonists by ridicule, by Indignation
or ny contempt. Considering the
amount of vituperation and Insinua
tion that bus come front the other
side, this forbearance is supreme!) dig
nified. "Nowhere has the author a word that
could wound the most sensitive self
love of an antagonist; now here does
he, lu text or note, expose the fallacies
nnd mistaken of brother Investigators
but while abstaining from liupci-
tthont retiRtirp. lm In tnllnh In nrkniiw-
ledglng the smnllcst debts ho may!
Unnblo to work more than half an
hour a day for months, )ct lis
acknowledges with courtesy every let
ter, rends all the books and pamphlets
kent hint by authors thanking them
kindly. 'Tor Heaven's sake never
speak of boring mo ns It would bo the
greatest pleasure to aid jou,'1 ho writes
to a brother scientist who wants a
Lite und U'ttern of Charles Darwin
How simple and frank (to nn au
thor who dedicates his book to him)
"I have Just received jour liook, mid
declare that never In my life havo 1
seen u dedication which I udmlred so
much. Of course. I am not n fair Judge,
but I hope that I speak dlspasslonntcl) ,
though )ou havo touched mo in the
Aim 01 nr. riibey wno attacks nun
Many je.irB aso. when I was col
lecting facts for tho 'Origin' 111) belief
In what Is called a personal Ood was
as firm as that of Dr. I'uscy himself. '
How modest, too wns tho Master!
"Man persons think that what I
have done In silence lias been much
overrated, nnd I very often think mi
ui)sclf; hut my comfort is that I havo
never conscious!) done mi) tiling to
gain applause "
He could not hurt an Insect or ait
unliunl, nnd when ho saw a liorm or
a dog abused he would bo disturbed
To A.MI..M) Sl-CTICI.N 17IUJ, ClIAI'll.K 11!1 III' lilt ltl.V
Lvwh ok Hawaii Iti.i.vn.Mi jo "Juiui.s ai Tisiai
Jl( !l liii'iclcd hi the Lvijlulalure of the Teiiiluii of Itnuiiti:
Siciion 1. .Section 17!tll of Cluititor lilt of tlio Kuvisi'tl
Luvvs of Hawaii is lii'ieliy iiiucmlcd so ns to tcuil ns follows:
''Section 1711,'!. Amount. Tho p.iy of j'iiimis in mints of
record fhall lK',,for ncttiiil iitlcudatico ut touil, und for the time
necessarily ot'eiiiie(l in (joint? to anil ictiiiiiinj; fiom the uumi',
tlueo doll. lis 11 day (lining siivh ulteiiiluuc-i1.
For tho clistnnec. neeessarily travelled fiom their lesidenco
in goiiig to nnd letnrniii); fiom Ktiid eoint lij tlio shortest pruu
ticalile loute, fivo centa u mile." f
Shcno.v 2. This Act shall tnke effect t'rom und after thu
date of its unpioviil.
We huieliy eettify that the foiegniiur Hill, after u'coiiHidor
ntiou on thti Veto of the Governor, ws, upon 11 vote taken liy
Ay and Xoes, uppinvtd Ji,v u tvo-)liitil's vote of till of tho
elective liiciiiliciv of tlio Henate of the Tonitoiy of Iliiwnii
on the 'JOth day of .Match, A. 1) 1W7.
S. :. KAI..UIA,
Vite-I'iesidrnt of the Semite.
1 Cleik of tlio Senate.
We Iieielix eettify that the foitgoiiitr Hill, after neonsidein
tiou on the Veto ot the (lovemoi, n, upon 11 vote taken hy
Ave- and Noes, nppiovod hy 11 two thitd'a ott of all of tho
elective iiienilieirt of the IIoiiko ol licpu'rcnliitivcn of tho Teiri
loiv of llitwaii, on the 27th da of Jliueli, A. I). 1!)07.
" Ji. I.. HOI.STK1X,
JOJI2J II. WISK,
.w wa. ., .
lor hours. Oflin be lost a whol.
night's sleip because of some Injustice
le witnessed durlliR the da).
Once, during nn argument with n,
lllcnd, be thought that ho hnd pcrliap
overstated something, so In Die mlddln
of the night ho got up. weal to the
friend's room nnd modified the state
inert Arid mm' having spoken Impatiently
to his sou he mose In tho night mid
asked his son's forgiveness with a gen
tle love that wns never forgotten by
And el such strong brnvo men
who would not hurt n fellow man or
brat a child for all the gold of nil
the mines, are what an acquaintance,
nf mine would call, "weak," without.
Tho reason the "liberals" In theology
had not persecuted like the orthodox
wns beeaise the) hnd no bnekboue,
Jesus was one of the worst cases itt
this lack lie even forgavo tho woman
taken In adultery when It was thn
custom to stone such offenders.
Thank Hit Ird for Jesus nnd Dar
win and other wink, kind people.
liver since "Irish" gave him a
thrust for wandcrlrg from tils subject,
the II II. has tried to be careful nut
In talk about ton iiuny different things
at the same. time, but who will say
that an1 Appendix Is not related to
books and bookish people!
The fact is, a Herman nuthor has
just written nn cssa) In which he de
plores tho passing 11' the appendix
that small t)wd adlcndum at tho
end of a book whlci explained the
book and made It a vearlncss to tlio
Mesh of the render
Asterisks, brackets, figures mid
Oreck letters come Ike. cogs In u,
wheel to stop ou nt he Interesting
end of n verse or scnleice lu tho body
'nf the vnliintp. mill tint if mere curlcu-
It)' )ou refer to tho ap;cndlx to llml
1 1" lino print 11 101 aixiu soini-iniiu
that might have Imcrcted Aristotle
but is unite foreign to jou. Or per
hups the appendix Is IouiLmI with dead
languages, technical terini, or learned
references which disclose the author 'ic
great erudition but docn't help )ou
In thiv least.
Possibly an appendix li a valunblo
cssct to a book, It lucrciics tho bulk
of the volume, und confirms to an
cient custom, but, it seems to mo, Hint,
if nn uuthofc can't saj nil ho waiita
In ordinary print nnd ulllmit placing
It lu tlio form of n literary cul-do-sac
where it may give trouble, le had bet
ter wrlto an encyclopaedia or n dic
tionary. A lectin grammar might do.
TIipic are u few appendixes-I uso
the plural lulvlscdl) which deserve
respect, but thn must of ihun ivro tho
cause of literary appendicitis and
ought to be operated on.
Tho .vcllovv fever germ has nt last
been Identified Tho lucky discoverer
Is Or A. I:. Tiajei, professor of pa'h
ologv In tho Unlvcislty of Texas Whnt
Is declared to bo tho nctuul nilcrobu
which hns scourged the tropics for
centuries was found microscopically
bv I'rof. Tliiocr in tho bod of a joiing
Irishman who' was taken sick with
)cllovv fever on his wuv from Now
York to Rnlvestou Via Havana All
the )cllovv fever germs wero blue.
"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office,
&JiL , .iL