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BVENINM BUM.EriN, HOrfOMII.l'
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expense of each
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PULLCTIN PLBLI3HIN0 CO.. LTD.
WALLACC S FARRINQTON EdIUr
.1 1 he Ptistomco nt Mono
- 11 1- hiss matter
Payable In Advance.
I'ei month, tmewhen- In V i8
Pi iiunrtcr, any hen In I
Per year, anywhre In I s
Per year, postpaid fmeis;ii
Six menths . .
Per year, niiwln i ml -Per
year, post paid ' ii
First Judicial Cir
C (l lllil'K -. 1
if the Hit' tun 1
oath Jei". 1
.owing Is 1 1
nwnt of tn. 1 1
, , mi hi, limn .nt' utilu to tiinllinio
.in. 1 iiu 1 juiifii system uoiwlth
m mil ni. ill partial surrender the)
I,, 1, 1 .11 forced to miiko to the
1 mm 1 1 government of, uj ami for
ii 'i it.
i Hitt blush, however. It seems
I 1 in Territory should struggle
.. ii 11 1 ir a 1 title lnii;i'i In uttempt-
11 iirlng nbuul ItB own reform.!-
II 1 Mul in thin ionnei Hon attention
1 1, mill Ik' drawn to tliu lusolulloii nl-
II 11I) Introduced nslttng CungrosH to
iiiinnrer the tit k' of icitnln muiiicl
i.ul property to thu Territory In or
der that 1 lie local governments m.i
iiuve 11 limn- HntlKfactnr) Rlotus.
Till" III 1 1 IT ll'KOllttloll Hliould Im
tiamti-d iii In Congress b) tills l.ogl
III I lire
lii oidi'i In Hiiilsfv ilic Mit'iirthy
lili'.i .mil still keep 11111 Im ill IiiieIiiukh
In it'll m I VIM, HtlOtll'ci Milnlloii might
ii' ottered fii MiC'iirtli).
A fhmmlsslon In to lio appointed
to r"Vlso our tux Bvstem or rocoin-nit-lid
revision Win not nt thu same
unit' provide mi 11 locnl commission
Inn will inki up this Important unit
11 of i!ii.lt.iili'ii In tliu lot nl mul
1 i-irlinil.il i." 1 .nnictits, mid it'imit
In Hit. ni'M I t gWhiluro?
IT fullim- 1 liit n-sults. It will Iiu
Hint, to iiu to t'ougiens. wliuiu Milld
Vnii'iliiin sentiment ptevuiU.
ed nf'llhcrl) bemuse of being 11 li'P-1
I heir -hull bwtie 11 penal hiiiiiiiioiih
lo such person, illtcctlug him to up-1
penr nt 11 -luted lime mul plate for
ixnuiliinlluu, mid Hint throughout
the exmnlnnlloii the suspected pel-1
011 tihiill be represented bv 11 licensed
.li Htciati of his own hoIi-cIIuii, who
Hlinll hne a Mite In the flnnl result.
nor enn there he nny objection lo leg
islation forcing 1111 Imtnedlnte oxaml
rntlon mul doing iiwny with unticc-
esbiiry delay, lint the hill before me
in Umi rndlcnl nnd extreme n measure,
1 ml ltnwnll ennnot nfToid to Htmnl
before the world as having abolished
nil hut Miluntiiry segregation.
While Kime of the most rndle-il
supporters or the bill tlll wish to
pass It In Its present form hut the
Uto, others sec the force of the tlov
ernor'K argument, mul the result will
piob.ihly be thu Introduction of the
bill, which will meet thu (luvornor's
PERUNA A WONDERFUL BOON
IN MY OLD AGE.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
1 dtieM Manager
t duly sworn, 011
in: That the foi-1
m d correct state-
ul.itlon for the c tk
-nilliiK 1 I nll I'Jth, 1 '.HIT. of
Hut linli 1 1 I tek! Editions of the
nnlns I 1 letln
C .'culadon of Evening Bulletin
Sntmdsv. Apr. 13 .. . 2008
KontHy. Apr. 15 23(37
Tties'av. Apr. 10 2372
Wednesday, Apr. 17 2305lx -, x.t XX X fcK ttXXXH s
Tlmrsday, Apr. 18 2320 x j
Friday. Apr. 10 2390 il! HONOLULU WEATHER 3
T iiiiM'liitiiies-ll 11 111., GO, S 11. III.,
Tl, Iiu 11 111. "i: noon, T.'i. morning
it 11 1 11111111 i;.'i.
ll.iiomiter s 11 m. "10 II"; nbwiliitu
litimldlt, s 11 in ."i.l'iC graliiK jier
tuble foot: iilutlu- liuiiildlt, S 11. 111
'"1 per tent ill v point, s n. 111.. TiS.
Wind 1. 11 111. ololi s. illreUloti
N IS , S 11 in. velocll !, illieitlou N
IS 111 .1 111. w'loilu 7, dlrerlloli IS:
noon, eloilli 'i tllii't Him X IS
I It.lllir.ill ililili"! -I hoi. ik ended S II.
111 nil Inth
I'dIiiI uliul im" 1 1 ii nl 1I11I111; -I
I ItolirH I lull il 111 lit nil. -It 1 tullf.
Avcrture daily circulation
, Circulation 01 weekly uuneun
Tuesday, Apr. 10, 1907 . 2020
Number of weeklies delivered on
Island of Hnwaii alone . 1143
Combined guaranteed average
RULLISTtN Plt'DUSlIINCl CO.. I.TU,
bC. O. 110CKUS,
Subscribed and snorn to be
fore me this 20th d.iv if
8W V! April, AnwJ Domini.
P. II Rl'IlNHTTn,
Sotary Public, I'lrst Judlclnl Circuit
I.llme. KiiiiiiI. April 22 Kenlla In to
get 11 new sdiool house
Colonel .Spalding tins glM-n In lit
last and allowed the iiilmliilstriillon to
take a site for a kcIiooI out of the gov
ernment laud lie has under lease for
Some time ugo Superintendent Hub
hltt went over nnd snjv the Colonel
nboilt getting a more desirable lot than
the present one for the school Hint wan
Intended for Kealln He as lold to go
abend and sell it one, mid did hi
When rcnd 10 leaie he was told Hint
he might sclfi I lis uiiin kIU-h iih hu
minted but he coiildul lme llietn
Now the KenllmentH of Colonel
Spalding appear to hue undergone 11
iliange, us Iimprtlnr llaldwln nnd Sur
vivor llnne weie ulloweil to ho out
11 four-Hi re lot for mi-IiooI piirposen on
the Hat fining on the road behind Mr
l!uudlc'H teslifeiice at Knp.ia, Inst I'll
ilu.v What meaim the nilmlnlstrnllou hns
emiitoeil In 1 renting the (linage of
heart 111 Kenlla bus not et tiiiusplred,
hut will prob.lbl be niiide l.linwn ufler
the l.eglslatute Iiiih iidjourned.
WM V STOCKMAN.
APHII. 21. 17
; 1 Section Director I' S Wenther Uurcau
EXPENSIVE EXPERIENCE, BUT
Knglnuui S(liuliJi b report 011 tliu
.Nilii.inu dam deals with the qiii-Kllim
of Mireij of the strut turo In a man-m-i
.ihut should iKitlsf) tliu iiioul tliu-
i hf 1I.1111 Is Kiife.
( -i lliu subjei I of xpcillle.illous lit
ii in t u c'llliimlnsllc. lie Ix inlliui
1 is on tin- Teriltorhil eugliii-ers. let
ting them off n till the Ktutuuctit that
loniti thiiiKi are uuittoiH or opinion
between englneeni. As Scllliler
enk ho. Hit. publh butter beliuvu It;
lontliJeiitc must be phned in homo
Cnmniiiit on the lonstrm lion of
the KiuM-pIpe Is balm foi thu woen
Id Dim Patterson and proves that his
proli-hU were not vutliel) without
hen we come lo Hlt up thu whold
I ruposltion. It appeals that Hie prln
ilple IiuciIv.mI In I ho iimMiU'tlou of
! dam Im florlng the wutuis of Nuu
anil la rikkI, that lh Tinluij has
loat mono tin the Jul) co 111 n gut
llng full uliie for all It hr Invented
lip to dull- tlnil the Iumi.i.mth ura
fortunitle In having had the Biiggcu
t lolls of EiiRlut-ei Kellogg mid ISligl
SnHlLlent expert uihlm Is now nt
band to war run 1 the bulluf that the
worl, on thu dam 11111 go forw.ud mid
letuio n slrucliiiH of maxlmiliii
llrensth at 'minimum tost
The expdilouie bus been mighty
txpenaivo, but what'M Hit- uxu houllnu
over what Ik pukm-iI?
But Says He Would Favor
One of the pet tueawiies of a tci
tnlu eontlngmt of the l.eglshituie,
lloiisu Bill :il, the lepur suspett bill,
was veined h) the Covernor today.
The Covernor stilted iih his reason
that the hill did not piovldu for the
IsMiniiif of a citation to persons nl
bged to Im suffeilug from leplosy,
lut to "persons Buffeting with lepio
sy who shall lie uipable of spieadlng
that illseiixp," im wiih the (use with
the leper hill of llilCt, which wa ve
toed foi the tamo leamn, nanicl): be-
eaiini under this wording It would be
Imposxlble to upprehend BilspictK, iih
11 mitht (it Hi nt be Hliovvu that they
weie IepeiH Theiefoie the passage
ot tlui bill would inucllcall) iibiogalo
the hegregalloa of IepeiH.
In the (oikIiihIoii of the veto 1111
tngo the (iovernor wijk:
I have 110 objeitlon and would fa
vor the pihxage of 11 bill piovlillug
that liefole any pel Mill tan bo deprlv
People and Things
In Convention Asseiubhil Mohave)
llessiii Moiida Noon.
II) Miilbeir.v .Mug
'I he President .II111 Miirphv (xcupb-d
the Cull (foimerl.v loutallillig "irn
beef), and tapplu' his stlch 011 the le
noiiiiilln' tin lalled the meellii' to or
lei The follow In' ollltcrs was e-lecled
vlv-voe.v: ,11m .Murpli) O T. II. (On
The Itond) President-, Jetry O'Sciab
O T. II Sedii-lary. IMt Oltuminy O
T It. Trensiner; I' Odrubsld O. T.
It. Jni oh Schaminer. () T It, Win.
Mnheshlft Shakers 0 T. It., llcrr
Mostl Tile O T II. .1 lllovvoulz O
T It., ami Diihli O'ltMin O T: It
.Ilni Miirphv (M-e fiKituotii) now orat
ed in bin flue manlier. gfittlrulalliiR
with 11 mesipille stldi that he had dir
tied fiir golu' on ten sear mid brained
man) a ding wllh.
"We have iikseiubled this day to
pioinoolgiite, Innugooiatu and ratif)
a new )iar-rt) We dill ourselves the
Out of Work Par-il), hut we have lit en
lulled 'tramps,' 'hobos,' 'weery Willies'
mid nthir nanicH In dereeslon l.lKe
all noble ciuisch the more names thev
putt on lo iih the more powerful well
Our par-rty stands for a principle
like all the otberii, and It'll git there.
blnieb) (lit wheie Into WuhIiIiii
Iiiii,, )oil bet. wheie the) maki-H laws
to suit their pockets Itrim was our
chlce till he s)i)lln his (liaiueH b)
talking troo his hut.
It mtikcH the Iilhh-Ameilcau blood
ot inn boll to think that a man of his
name shouldn't he e-lecled Hut Ihey
tell me that he (lit off the O' or Ills
iiauie, vvlilth, If hu did, Is iinother rea
son vh) ho gut lift. 'I Iiu l.'-nllcd
Stulea Is a Irlhh-Amerlraii i-ouuthry
uud O'llr.Min Is IiIhIi nil right enough.
It oul) sliovvH, glutleniiu, that If uu
talk loo ninth )c'll git lirt anjliow.
I feel the Impnrtliiue of the honor
fjn' fliht loading. Senator 5l(t n
thy'a lusolutloii foi CongiosH to ad
just our central government with tliu
lot ul governments, sounds good. i
believe thu Seiiato wiih vvlbu. howevei,
in iiiieptlug Senator W. O. Smith's)
limp htlnn to go Hlowly.
I In hi Is 110 ilimhl that I he splilt
or Hu- MiCaithy lesolutlnii follows u
(titniK lot ul seutlmcut iiiuoug Mich
of 0111 ililzeas 111 11 mi) innlldcnt that
lluwull Is leudy for full-lit dged
Tlit-oM'i i i. llv Hawaii ought to hn
lettei it l U in make thu nilJllfetluouU
occunloned In lining AmorUau locnl
govoiniueiit in Hi. (entinlllzcil Terri
torial w lieiiii' limn the membuiH nf
CougreBs The pi k 1 it nl fad ulwnyif
mlHea, hovvevi-i, 1 lint thu minority,
constantly piepiued to hloikade any
movement towuul tli t i-nl 1 alU.it luti
and popular govt ninit-iii. mn ihecl:
tho plans of pi im ii-ss moie success
fully ill tho locul I.egiHlatiiie Ihiin 111
tho (Songrcra of the I'nlteil States
Thu cause for this Is. mining ntht-i
thing") tbat no meniher of Cnngiess
bnllnvoH In moiiiiichitnl goveininint
or oligarchical nilu Thn same 1,111
baldly bo Mid of Hawaii's legisla
M Caltliy'H lesolutlim la llkil to
be attached Immediately as a n-llit-tion
mi our rapacity for Bclf-goveiu
mem 111 that It Ih Imposslbln for tho
J)6lxhituio to piopel'ly ndjiist thu
YHHVSHHHPPBX COMPANY f
XTi-v N" 'tLi JW
Real E$ta!e Dep't,
1 2 . . 'k.4 -idKfrv t . ' 5
o '.. a .mi iHllllV rV 9
;.h u jam tmummi f " i
I wiih k MMKmmmiiB' I
THE ONLY TK0P1CAL H0TEI IN HONOLULU.
Mealt served out of door on Urge semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMEEICAN FLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Heals served American or European plan,
H. BEVS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring evary three weeks.
g-iw-iuiii -jua-M- j ill Ji iiuimj IL ijysWHBrwel-a i ')-gSWHWPi"
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
MRS. MAHALA HEID.
lltartily dffirwtttj Tt-ru-na ami Man-tt-lin fcr Kitlnty andlttwtl TioubU J
ItS. MA1IAI.A UISII), Corbyvllle,
Out., Canada, writes:
Your celebrated rcmcdlct Imvet
been a H ondcrtul boon to me In my I
i oia age. i
"I have not bom Hi to good health fur
several years an now. I was troubled
with constipation, rheumatism and
"A lllllo over, two years ago, i com
pletely lost my health, becoming al
most helpless, when a dear friend sent
me your renu dies, Peruna and Manallu.
1 lit-gau to take them, following the
directions on the Iwttle. I ery soon
began to feel beuellted by their uso and
continued to take them.
"I am now completely recovered from
thu aluvu ailment, 111 fact, better than
1 have, been fur years past. I cannot
pralso the remedies too highly and w 111
always recommend them toothers."
Constlpatluu Is 01111041 suru to set up
other derange ments.
lletnlned accumulations within tho
IkivvcIs nro partly reabsorbed lain tho
svitlcm, producing sometime rheuma
tism, Bouijtiiiis klduuy trouble.
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy I
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe-1
runa Is for sate by the following drug-
The blood being surcharged with
acids, which ordinarily 11 nil their es
capo through tho bow clt w hen they sro
regular, rheumatism Is thu result.
Acid blood forms crystals, which ac
cumulate nliotit tho ligaments, carti
lages and sometimes tho bones In tho
huob morbid accumulation of blood
throw extra work upon tho kidneys.
The kldnej s being unable to perform
the unusual labor of excreting tho'o
polon, often glvo way and kldnoy
trouble Is tho result.
Permanent relief cannot bo reasona
bly expected except by correcting tho
j Itcgutar bowels area great sa r"r-1
giianj to health. I'ei una and Man-1
alln are unexcelled the world over
tor chronic dhcisci affecting the!
bowels and kldncfs. I
Mrs.W. W. t.-imoiter, SILT McAteu,
Ave., lulsvllle,Ky,, writes:
"I suffered for twenty-six years with
bladder and kidney trouble, and being
advised toglvu Peruna u trial, I did so,
Clght Imtlles of l't runa nllil time, Iwt'
ties ot Mnuallu entiruly cured me,"
Olds and will supply tho retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Denson, Smith
&. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
LOVEJOY & CO.. Agents
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
02-04 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
shure. We want no Industry It putU
the price on tobaed) uud beer, ami IctH
the luxuries like bread and vvnther go!
fray. A man On the Itond wants some
thln' to tat mid dhrliik. I lielnve In I
fray transportation I
reunite siiffnigu I opiiose, by Jap-1
pers, because on votlu' dn)H thu wlm-
men folks will go to the polls mid i
them's "tho days we git our best meals
Such davs a man out of work walks'
up to the most llllgant mniudnn In tho I
town, prances up the front Kteps, al
tera the big front door, and orders tho
good woman lo fetch turkey nnd glblut
sauce, frlcnsjy a la vlnnlgrctte, lioul
nnga In wine, broiitngota it la Kjioon
taglnlid, prota sapote and all them
high fancied dishes we read ot hut
never tusto till on them occasions.
I till e b.va u dililier like this ninkcH
the blood of an Irish- American rlsu
to his head, and he feels like ii thor
oughbred on the Itoad
jo have (imfcrrcd on me, and iih hiicIi the) slept In her hiizziuu ns we do.
I'll give )o th- best of me us mhiii usi Another pint. We mo the people of
the inn of tolTce lias showed up. uh the (ountliry. Hie native bo-tulled
We oiler for sale for a few days
a. beautiful home on Mnnoa Heights
with all modern improvements. Splen
did marine and mountain view. Good
stables, shade ana fruit trees. Lot . white and Colors
iouxKUU. a lew minutes wane irom
car-line. Only $750.00 in cash re
quired. If you are looking for a home at a
barcain. vou cannot nfford to miss
this chance. Call and see us before i
it is too late. i
Have YOU been waiting for a pair of
We hate them now; the KAYSEIt
0L0VES, the kind that wear.
We have the 20-button length in
Black and White, and the 16-button
length in Black, White and Colors.
sad b)H foi us when wt em't havu
some or Hu- glniilue ui-iilile, but Hint's
what v.i 'vc (Dine to pi inioolgate u
plniroi-riu foi. We'll alvvii)s have
room on ii lor half a dozen bottles of
the stuff that iIiicih mul does mote
whin )c want II to You nnd mo ulu'i
allovvttl lo hiund on other jilatfur-rms
lo inv iiolblu' of bavin' loom for
whlskijv, Inn be JapjieiK, we'll stum! on
our on u oi muku Dust in the Itoad.
The idv that u body of men Its big mid
In art ns iih should be without an oi
gaiiizatlou Is it blame uiiummll). This
da) will lie a rtd-lutcr da) for us,
"lliirin, H.i.va (liiihski
i ii. n i. i i.ux ua)
American ain't mi iiiou- In It than
It won't bo maiiiiy )eais befoie we
are rldln' on Hie tais fiee uud the
IiiJiiiih 'II be saw 111 thu wood we have
lo gll for oiu bieakfast sometimes.
And the Americans themselvcH the) '11
ho put! on it resarvatlou by Hiemselvtu
llkt the Injuns TIiiiIh what well do
for them I It-fore 1 Invito discussion
I'll say Hint vvo belave In a divine
"I object lo that" Ktvs lllovvoiitz. I
Inn't bi-lleve In n crcilor." "Well let
Hint be,' mib Jim Murphy, "je tun
Just here, blow out nftn we git Hoo."
in legmd to tn 1 1 f r I belavu that
"i , -' I'er.'.en. v.e' it-piv cut the ever. thing ulioulil be fiuy but labor.
than mi) one else mid Unit might Iiu taxed. Protection
i f II on full, ami of Industries is a bad doctrine, to bay
We also have a full line of short
Rloves m both Silk and Lisle in Black
Kent) Wateihouse Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Comer Fort ani Merchant Sis
lilted States belt
because we seo moi
If mm) one Ih de.ai i i of tliu toll, II 'u
I all, of the man that Hits tho soil.
What dots hu know of the iio'Hy of
Dirt? , We uskcp with our heads on
the cm th, vvo eiuhuue hei. wu souk III
thu lain and Imbibe In thu sunshine,
we stub our blcedlu' toes on her locks
We nit- (lilblien of Nature If ever Ihue
vwih iiniiy. Talk of thoso nffeded nat
ure loveiH mid writers! 'Hie) would
know Hunethln' about the iieulhiir If
TRENT & CO.
To Let Furnished
3 builioom houso In Muklkl
illstrltt, mosquito proof, gnu,
completely t m nlsheil lan.uu,
At Wnlklkl, 5 bediooniH Ji.O.
4 bedionm houso In town, cor
nor King mid HIcIiiiiiIh Bluets,
completely furnished. lSvory
thing In best of condition,
Smull eottngo In rear. AUu
boi V aiitH" iiiai lei . JUS 00.
TRENT & CO.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
1256 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 117.
The 11 II. Is pleased to publish tills
(outrlbiitluii from Mr. Mulberry Mug.
it comes from the sands of Arizona
and shows true spirit. In u pilvutu
letter Mr Mug sn)H that Jim Murphy
Is a self-niaile man: nil Iilsli-Anierlcmi
patriot born In Cork, who lived Hi the,
How cry until lie wnH in veara old, got
u common school education then shov
ed West and has been on thu Itoad
ever since, l-'or o, while he bossed a
rallioad gang, kept n t.aloon, went Into
politics In Tombstone nnd came near
being elected inaor or the town, no
is well made, ami will fight nny onu
smaller than he Is.
Our readers will observe that Ml.
Murphy uses fair ISngllsh. Only In
tho use of particular words like thry
for try, in tho roll of nn r, or when
he Is very enthusiastic does ho fall
into mi) thing like a brogue. This la
peculiar to all bu)s of one remove from
u foreign home. There is never a
brogue, but often nt Irregular and In
constant periods, a pleasant Irish
twang to u woid or expression.
In tho January number of "Pear
son's" an article deals In a very inter
esting and Intimate way with our pop
Mr, Creelmnn, the writer. Is a per
sonal friend of Mr. lloosovelt's nnd re
lates some incidents which nro new.
Tho illustrations accompaii)Ing this
paper are alsu new.
of a fine watch should not be
left to incompetent mechan
ics. Many Timepieces are
ruined by unskilled workmen.
DorCt neglect your watch
until it is worn out, but bring
it to US today for an exami
nation. WE'LL TELL YOU THE
TRUTH ABOUT ITS CONDITION.
j(sr-"For Rent" oirdi
the Bulletin offlet.
on salt at
Partners of the Tide
By JOE LINCOLN
Author of "CAP'N ERI,'' "CAPE COD BALLADS," Etc.
If you read "Cap'n Eri" you will want to read "Partners of the
Tide"; if you did not read "Cap'n Eri" you ought to lead "Part
neis of the Tide." But whether you begin to read from motives
of duty or pleasure, you cannot escape the pleasure in store for you
Mr. Lincoln stems to have mi tnexlinustible fund of"
iliiiilul Yankee humor with tho twang of the salt sea in '
It. Ills now story not only sparkles with this' Indigenous
fun hut HiiobH with au undertone of tenderness, so that
.Mill me In doubt whether teals or Mnllcs nre tho proper
ti Unite to pay nnd jou pay both. NubIivIIIo American,
WE ARE DOING TO PRINT " PARTNERS OF THE TIDE " in
THIS PAPER. LOOK FOR IT!
"Partners of the Tide" appears so real, "reads so natural"
that you feel the mantle of Defoe must have fallen on the author,
or else he has sketched his quaint characters from life. Perhaps
both are partly true. A brilliant New York woman, who has sum
mered on the Maine coast for years, has a notebook full of
sketches of these people whom she intends to put in a book after
they are dead. It need hardly be said that she is not a profession
al writer or she would be lets Quixotic. Joe Lincoln has put
them in his story and lives to tell the tale, though he has doubt
less made composite characterr. from many individual types.
How real "that Nickcrson boy" appears from the time the
leader fust meets him buying a "turnover" in the dingy little
station! And the meeting between Captain Titcomb and Brad
Icy Nickerson, who become "Partners of the Tide." Hear the
"Nickerson, hey? That settles it; you're a Cape Codder.
Minute I meet anybody named Nickerson I know they've got the
same kind of sand in their boots that I have."
Again, those two delightful old maids, "Prissy" and "Tempy",
and the "dog girl," as the old maids called her, whom Bradley
met nt school and who afterward became his sweetheart, the at
tachment developing into a love romance, in which Bradley finds
n dangerous and unscrupulous rival.
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