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wyG ISLASD PIEATE?. HSS.' 5, only in Aaer-..<0, b. 5 * tte other of t£ *?Jls£* » Long Wand Scan Sic speciality i: to ber-n t ' wT m,to: yacht, and by rh ** b'n»o« soods. There: 115 a< ? e JS forced, anJ »!« «*«*« were o, :ha: nl«at «' r2 - r Ead gas e=2 9 A F ardm-r who Uv€: ,P S?ieiiodical" and scientiiic fMluca. 'eSs Id. coofedencv d EOMA-VCH A>-P TRAGHDT. A miner named J. C. EUnM, IT Vome, Alaska, came to eta« towi certain e«rrt Eastauram, where a-, a table jtaJDMiM with a bandsome soon as Htan tfee to revoi.er strode ac-o« ter&XX*'- a3d emPUed :a " .t -I KS spot- A, sen as he had ma"l -jot tie man dead, dines raUnly table and addressed the toie« c ftEowins mends. -oman with Mm is =y wire. He ram M tt* to away. I have had my sad I "H" 0 * w "^ e T srrested and lodged in gaol, te, local sestimeu: U strongly in h-s tL cad be is not likely to suffer lie jriraae peslrj. Xt» woman wS tfie traii■■ d-velopment gia loTe story very calm:.'. THS CaD£E OF HIAWATHA. : ; i snngE murder trial opened at Car- ; Bd. State of Sew York, recent-r. tr-sn ■ Eiasii Barci, a little Indian girl ju.-t , jaam jßfflSfM. was charged with kiiUas j aiJa&ntWß-'* her master, by givia? him ■ j poisasd pesci- a direcx 1 of tie Saras' ilohawi chieftain Old-Ha.-- ! a=d the yuixngest chJJ i . er»r iraigaeti in the State on lie cay:tii chjrjt Some months ago she set fire ■ to a cam, **jnst to see the names rise,"' ; is si-e aplained. ana she killed the chLd j iecsns? she loved so. She intended to w.-nTTiit- suicioe herself, and thought tc , poison? the baby Srst- She had no fear of CMih. I and knew that she and the' baby "liraid be very happy together afterijrds." Hiawailia nearly succeeded i 1 ■ffia; herself also by taMng a polsonea ; jjch. be: rcccvared after a long ißr.t-i.-i. s»re is no conbt rh.-rj- she is msutali"' lecti* and SizwatJba will proba.b!j sr-eni. ta-saiEder of h?r life in a 'iov--mt3&at ', *S=i In tie docfc, — ith hjr iis dart--5=153 tvcnderiagly and her small reguraaires. she made a pretty, pathei'c S3, more iiie one of ilr Barrie'e fairy tife than a cctd-blooded mnrderes=> j tasnSan-. "■ —— I jPASic rs prßuc eaihs. Jraordbary scenes were witnessed i ■fsni a sadden oatbreak of fire in a fc; -baiirlnj estiblishnient be-neati a rfiia syaajogne in New , fet, <a Harch 23th. A r.tmdred men who web the nldst of their ablntioiis. rnsh- ; h iao tie street in a panic, without «S3J. aad with water dripping from j &fr todies. Forronatelv. it was a warm ' i&t - ' J Gfflnmts <st all sizes and descriptions Hsiustfly flan ; down by the inmates of houses to the ahivering, ter- i salad- victims, who presented an ' indeKcaMy comic spectacle. The bathins ! was totally destroyed. I I KrTSfABKABLE SCEGEST. k aarretous operatkin has jnsr I Ka sntas=fally performed at the Beli&-! 15 Hospital in Key "iork by Drs. ilade'- ' cd Srewart, two leading members of the o>? of tlat famous institution. The pa- ■ "ffit was a man named Frank Deirlein. j 'M last November seddeci-.- and uaac-' ranably lost tfie power of" speech. The ; decided that an operation npou: novel haes would be feaiiole.ana «a tie patient's consent, they bored into ! « ""ird frontal convolution of tne brain. ! as they aad espected, a clot wad «™ and raaoTed witn the assistance ot c electric barterv. mc patient la coin..*a, tie proer of speech being already re"- ■ •aai to him. ;. A PITHOX-S ffii.er TTTTg I r^T 5- az PJ-hon of the New! J7, ' is about l 0 be fined wtta a set ' fea Sfcgapore. - Dct BOJcetiii •ia aer diet! ' turn -t t0 causias her sur_o. ; JW £ie 4talogt , j l«2£££. : g * Jl "> α-i in oraer to- save he- ' el 4 i»f M tte 02! - r tluil » PosaiD.e, ' fed. cas(, and Proceedea rot w ' *• «•»«! snrgeon pnzea fe. UUI 1 to eiLrac: J ■^f 11 " Sa?S - Sork -World." ; des Pite her anu 52c ' $*rZ WCied bMt tau, her again. & set efface c a nieuiod of fitting ' teeth la tne sruike s moutn. ; i HCBBASD-S HBBOISU. . : operatioa. which has $&. at faiUiieiplUa. l= Ptead »»»««■ T.e pauen, I PSJJ* Ajttd6raoD - a »« - ! * Baa. Z 6 "' weets •«« I-'ae-on.i! t.-sid- Vs wir»' £ *m SlS L t t!tble - T ' a " r - K - e «w««» i h=sba=d wept "ata to -l^ &te ==« isand his wif - r-- j
i Dr. Dorrauce, who. wife r>r. Eeisilinaan. : performed the operation, states that the almost immediate result was the Increase of red corpnsi:i-.i in l£jr? Anderson's blood from 10 to 73 pt:r cen;- A= co:n 2H her husband is restored to strength, however. 11 ~-,. tviil be nei:essiary for h'rri to andergo a 3 o st.TTid or-vratioii. n-J , —
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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 118, 18 May 1907
STRANGE STORIES FROM AMERICAN PAPERS. Auckland Star, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 118, 18 May 1907
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