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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OP HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19 1901.
PmoB 5 Gents.
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' Vol. X. No. 1809. V Ag,
Many Pleas Were Re
served Until Mon
$ day Morning.
THE TRIAL JURORS ARE,.
EXCUSED UNTIL FRIDAY
All Appeal Cases of Prisoners Under
Sentence by District Court
to Have a Speedy
Judge Gear convened the First Cir
cuit Court this morning and called the
trial Jurors to tbclr scats. After call
ing the roll, James L. Kockwcll and
E. E. Paxton were excused front Jury
y service or cause. The panel was ex
cused until Friday morning.
The matter ot arraigning criminals
was taken up. The progress of tha
business of the day was hampered
greatly by the absence ot a Chinese In
terpreter mid by the questionable com
petence of the Japanese Interpreter.
The case against Wong Man, charged
)vlth larceny in the second degree was
passed. Kamalu, charged with rape,
pleaded not guilty and will be defend
ed by Attorney Allen.
-"v II. Ancion pleaded not guilty to tho
charge of larceny In the second dc
gieo and will be defended by Leon M.
Sweetie Smlthby his nttoincy, Al
len, cnteied a plea ot 'not guilty to tho
charge of assault with a dangerous
Enoka and Doyo pleaded guilty to
the charge, of larceny, In the second de
gree. n. Gusman, charged with murder la
tho second degree, was represented by
J, L. Kaulukou, who recerved plea un
til next Monday,
Kcyo Hara pleaded not g'lllty to the
charge of larceny in tho second degree.
The chbo of'Asal, charged with as
sault with a dangerous weapon, was
passed until Monday.
Ah Vn pleaded not guilty to tho
charge of larceny In the second degree.
Henry Kekaula pleaded guilty to a
t like charge.
Pleas were reserved until Monday by
W. Wolf son, gross cheat; W. Nllson,
larceny In second degree; Noah Ka
lua, Kane, Jos. Do Rego Souza, all lar
ceny second degree; Domlngos Fer
relra, Illicit cohabitation; Ah Pak, as
sault with dangerous weapon; W. II.
Thonc, same charge, and Kaalhue,
Judge Gear ordered the clerk, P. D.
Kcllett, to place nil criminal cases ap-rj-aled
from the District Court upon
the calendar at once anl notify the at
torneys that this class cf cases will bo
called Monday morning at 9 o'clock.
This order was made, to give all prison
ers now In custody a speedy trial. Ad
journment was taken until tomorrow
The grand jurors who served on the
special panel to Investigate tho charges
of bribery and corruption of members
of the Legislature are being paid off to
day. The total cost of the Grand Jury
foots up 11047.
Notice of appeal to the Supreme
Court has been filed by the plaintiff In
the -partition suit of Genevieve Dowsett
by her guardian, J. M. Monsarrat vs.
Elizabeth J, Knight ct at. The appeal
Is taken from the order and decree
made June 11. The plaintiff also ap
icalcd from the decree and order In tha
case In which Marlon C, Dowsett ct nl.,
are defendants. W. Austin Whiting
nnd W. J. Robinson are attorneys for
the plaintiff. Paul Neumann for Ma
tron C. Dowsett, one of the defendants,
liVs also filed notice of appeal.
ln the Federal Court this morning
the matter of perfecting the appeal of
F. 0. Sodergren was again postponed
The arguments In the "debris" case
between the Walluku Sugar Company
icon 2oo EACH
Jmt abnve Wyllle St.
FOR 'A'.E ON
Beretania, King, Prospect,
Anapuni and other Streeis
A neat little Cottage on
I IM BMH H n n Rvil zJ ll3l I rGh
were concluded yesterday evening am'
the matter submitted.
This mornlnir at 11 o'clock tho case
of J. J. Byrne vs. P. J. Vocller on ap
peal from the First Circuit Court camo
on for argument. Kinney, Ballon &
McClanahan for plaintiff; Magoon(A
Thompson for defendant appellant.
Robertson & Wilder for A. M. Drown
High Sheriff pt the Territory, havo
(tied an answer ot general denial In tho
damage suit brought by L. C. Cnma-
cho for $10,000 for Injuries received at
the hands of a deputy sheriff while in
John Mardtlns, father-in-law ot Her
man llert, an Insane person confined In
the asylum, has (lied a petition asking
Judge Gear to appoint him guardian
ot the estate of said llert. Tho estate
consists of a house and lot at Kewalo
Tho two minor children of the Insane
man, who live with the petitioner are
tho only relatives.
The trial Jurors for tho May term re
ceived their tecs today.
The difficulties of the firm ot Gear,
Lansing & Co., which have been mag
nified by street rumor during the past
few days, and which have caused more
or less apprehension among the timid
as to the stability of business condi
tions In Honolulu, do not appear so
serious when the facts arc known.
W, O. Smith, who was chairman of
tho meeting ot tho creditors ot Gear '
Lansing & Co., held yesterday, said:
"Tho matter Is a purely private, one and
I was sorry to see that the newspapers
this morning took it up. However,
ftom the showing made yesterday, the
firm of Gear, Lansing & Co.. is solvent
and the value ot their property far ex
ceeds their liabilities.
'There Is no occasion for apprehen
sion." said Mr, Smith. "The assets
consist almost entirely of valuable real
estate. It Is ot such a quantity that It
all cannot be disposed of on short no
tire. "A year ago tho creditors consented
to nn extension of one year tor the pay
ment ot their claims. The year has
passed and the firm has not Lticceedcd
la disposing of as much of their land
on they had hoped to do. The year hav
ing passed, they Invited their creditors
to meet them again. At the meeting
a frank and full statement was made,
resulting In the appointment of a com
mittee by the creditors to consider the
matter and report recommendations.
"The accounts now, as compared to
a year ago, show a gain, and the assets
apparently exceed the amount of tho
liabilities to such an extent thnt It is
hoped that tho difficulties may be ad
W. 0. Cooper, cashier of the First
National Dank, who 'represented somo
of the creditors at tho meeting, said:
"If tho assets are anything like what
they are represented to be, by Gear,
Lansing Co., they nro certainly more,
than solvent nnd by waiting, every
body will bo paid In full and leave to
tho firm a surplus. On the other hand.
If these assets are forced upon tho
market now, things will not come out
"In my Judgment tho best thing for
the unsecured creditors to do Is to
grant nn extension of two years, tak
ing a second mortgage on all the prop
erty." For groceries ring up Dlue 911.
A TICK EPIDEMIC IN TOWN
There Is an epidemic of ticks In
town. This Is the plain statement of
a very disagreeable fact to dogs. The
scientists have been appealed to and
Prof. Koebclo, on his return from
Walalua, promises to take steps toward
tho preparation of a concoction that
will send the ticks to tho Happy Hunt
ing Grounds without trnklng It neces
sary tor the dogs to accompany them.
Complaints have coir.i in from all
over the city and owners of dogs are
almost beBlde themselves for their pets
suffer terribly. In some instances, the
ticks have proved so energetic that
dogs, through worry, have becomo very
weak and emaciated.
Tho epidemic referred to is not an or
dinary one. Besides tho regulation
large gray tick that buries its head In
the flesh of the poor canines, there Is
one that Is of a dull maroon color and
still another that takes n reading glass
to discover. .These, latter love company
and'ure'to belfound in coldlfes, nsijal
ly In a placo which dogs canot rach,
much as the lower part ot the nock, the
ears and between the toes all of which
shows that the ticks, while having
their heads burled deep in the flesh, are
still able to use them for the processes
of thought. ' ,
Prof. Koebclo states and this Is pool
consolation that tho ticks lay their
eggs In tne grass and not on the dogs.
It would not mako much difference
If they did choose the dogs, for tho re
sult could not be much worse. A dog
Is wished by Its owner and freed from
tlckB. ' Ho allow a htm to run In the
yard for a half mlnuto and then tho
animal needs another bath. Not many
days ago, an owner of a fine hunting
dog reported picking off 250 ticks at
one sitting. Tho pest has become so
bad that somo owners aro talking ot
chloroforming their dogs to put them
out of misery.
"Aro you going to marry sister
"Why or I really don't know, you
"That's what I thought. Well, you
-.- 'IE IS READ
House Bill No. 3 Comes
Up for Third Read
FINANCE TOMMITTEE SLASH
EXPENSES TO SMALL FIGURES
Travelling Expenses for Magistrates
-Puuki Tells of His Troubles
--Aylett Quotes Chief
The Current Expense bill came up for
second reading this morning In the
House. Tho Finance Committee re
ported that they had not finished seg
regating tho Items for the various dis
tricts but bad ready tho gcncrnl ex
penses for tho entire irland.
Makekau claimed that tho committee
rnd no right to make any cuts In the
bill, as their orders bad been simply
to segregate the Items Into two differ
Emmcluth thought that Makekau
vaB using too much chin. The com
mittee had done no cutting, but had
simply handed lu their own bill In Us
At thnt Makekau apologized quite
profusely and the reading of tJ bill
went on. As tho Items wero read, they
wore discussed and acted upon by tho
Tho Incidentals for the Secretary's
Office passed at $1500.
Tho $3000 Inserted for "State En
talnments and Ceremonies was ordered
stricken out. Hoogs wondered how
his friend tho Duko ot Cornwall would
get along when be reached Honolulu.
Tho Item remained as (tdvlsed by tho
An Item of 11500 was Inserted to tho
"Preservation of Archives."
Tho Election Expenses were fixed at
A sum ot $1400 was appropriated toi
"Printing and Advertising."
An item of $8000 for "Compiling and
Publishing Revised Laws," was left out
at the suggestion of tho Chief Justice,
Considerable trouble wat. brought forth
by the consideration of the Item for the
expenses of Supremo and Circuit
Courts. The committee recommended
to lower It to $25,000.
Aylett wanted ltfiaised at $30,000 ns
Ir the Governor's estimates. He said
that cases wero getting moro nusierous
every day. Then came tho added ex
pense of tho grand Jurors nnd nlso tho
possibility ot a new Circuit Judge. Ay
lett quoted tho Chief Justlco's report
Emmelutli replied that tho Item had
been lowered at tho request of the
Chief Justice himself. Ho had placed
a largo Hem In the bill before ho
was awaro that economy was needed,
and had now been able to bring tho ex
pense down to Its lowest possible
figure. After considerable discussion
pro and con, the Item passed at $3600.
A sum of $1500 was placed In the
bill for "Purchase of Law Hooks, Su
Moro books were also needed In the
Circuit Courts so an Item ot $600 was
placed In the bill for that purpose.
For "Compiling, Printing awl Bind
ing Hawaiian Reports," $2000 was ap
propriated. The Publishing of Revised Hawa
iian Reports was dona away with.
A sum of $1800 was Inserted for
"Stationery nnd Incidentals."
Traveling expenses for quite a num
ber ot District Magistrates, etc., were
Inserted In tho Governor's estimates,
but tho commltteo had cut all the Items
down to a lump sum of $600.
Emmeluth stated that not one cent
was thus appropriated in 1898. Puukl
stated that, when he was District
Magistrate ot Hanalel he often had to
travel as much as ten miles, putting up
his horses In a strange stable and gen
erally roughing it. Ills law books wero
also n great burden, and ho thought
that the Item should bo raised, if any
thing. ?re .House finally I decided to atrlko
the Item out entirely. -
At 12:05 the House took the usual
When Wray Taylor, Commissioner
of Agriculture and Forestry, w'ent to
San Francisco, ho took with him a
half dozen tins ot pineapples, canned
by the Pearl City Trult Co, nnd gavo
them to parties ho know to bo Inter
ested In tho mater. Ho states that
these people expressed surprise, at the
cxcellcnco of the work dono In putting
up tho pineapples nnd In canning them.
Said Mr, Tnylor to a Dullctln reporter:
"The preparation of pineapples for tho
market on the Mainland will un
doubtedly prove successful In tho Isl
ands If the present excellent work is
continued. There will bo a ready mar
ket on the Mainland for all the canned
pineapples that can be sent to San
As to fresh pineapples, Mr, Taylor
had tho following to say: "Unfortu
nately, It Is necessary for tho fresh
fruit to be fumigated on Its arrival In
San Francisco, with nn acid solution
that proves very disagreeable to peo
ple, who cat It. I saw Mr. Craw and
asked him If this could not be avoid
ed but he answered In tho negative.
Thero Is a mealy bug that attacks th
pineapples grown here and It Is not
desired to havo this Insect Introduced
on tho Mainland. They have troubles
of their own without having anything
of' the kind ndded."
COURT OP CLAIMS.
The Court ot Claims held a session
this forenoon and considered Claim No.
7, Japanese Methodist Episcopal
Church, $3097, H. A. lllgclow, of Kin
ney, Dallou & McClanahan, represented
the claimant. The case will 'probably
be finished up this afternoon.
The Shlmamoto case, Claim No. 1,
was finished yesterday afternoon and
has been taken under ndvlscmcnt.
Thocascs from 2 to ti have not been
taken 'up because ot the fact that the
attorneys representing them are not
yet prepared to proceed.
The Schooner Vine.
Tho little schooner Vine now hero
snd loading sugar at the railroad
wharf for San Francisco was built
originally for a pleasure yacht. She
was the property ot a rich resident of
Tacoma who during the boom In the
northern city had her built to makn n
tour of the world In. Tho boom burst,
however, beforo she was finished and
her owner went to the wall when the
The little vessel Is one of the
staunchest nnd finest of her kind ever
here and has niado a great living for
her owners slnco being put Into the
merchant marine. Bha was built In
1890 at Olg Harbor, Wuhlngton. Her
tonaga Is 22S tons net, length 107 feet,
breadth 31 feet, and depth 11 feet A
Inches. She Is n trim vessel and a fast
AFTER BUGS AT WAIALUA.
Dr. ABhmend of tho Smithsonian In
stitution at Washington and Prof. Koc
bclc, Hawaii's entomologist, went
down the road to Walalua yesterday
afternoon. Today, they will go Into
the mountains for tho purpose of fer
reting out various Insects. The two
noted scientists will be away three
days, returning tu town on Et! lay.
Tho class exercises at the Kameha-
mchn School for Girls will tako place
at 8 o'clock on the evening of Saturday,
June 22. On Tuesday evening. June
25, at tho same hour, tho commence
ment exercises of tho Girls' school will
tako place. The tenth commencement
exercises of tho Manual School of Ka-
mehamcha will tako place In the gym
nasium on Thursday owning, Juno 27
at 8 o'clock.
Farewell to Llndany'H,
Kohala, Juno 12. The many friends
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindsuv gath'.rtd
at Kohala Hall last Monday evening
for the purpose of giving tho couple a
parting farewell, prior to their depar
ture for Hllo. Dancing was Indulged
In to the strnlns of "Ilurgesr.' Poly-
phone" band after which an excellent
supper was ecrved, prepared at tlio
Kohala club by Jas, Sakal tho man.
ngcr. The rrogram of dances was
rather unique nnd the affair as n who!"
was thoroughly enjoyed by all present
Laborers lor Union .Mill.
Kohala, Juno 12. Tha Klnau
brought quite a number of Porto Rl
cans to tho Island ot Hawaii last
Thursday, many of whom wero land I
at Mahukona and sent to tho Union
mills. This party consisted of nlrn
men, one woman and four rhlllten.
Tho men nppenr to bo a 'jcWit tlass of
laborers from a physical standpoint
than any yet shlpred from Porto Itlco.
Kohala, Juno 12. Two teams from
Nlulll plantation indulged In a game
ot baseball on Kamchameha Day,
which resulted in a score of 28 to 22,
the winning team being under charge
of CaptalnF, C, Paetov whoso manly
form could -bo" seen chasing the elusive
leather bound ball as It took, an oc
casional header Into tho flume wbjcb
carries the cane to tho mill.
AT THE ORPHEUM.
Owing to the long wait beforo the
Zealandia sails and to a general re
quest for an extra performance, the
Old Lime Kiln will be presented on
Friday evening by tho nilctord Com
pany, this being positively tho last
night. Tho Old Lime Kiln wns a great
favorite of Katlo Putnam's and should
be peculiarly well suited to Jesslo Nor
ton, Thero will bo no performance In
tho Interim. ,
Rnnldn-clo Pol Wedding.
John M. Rankin, one of tho em
ployes ot Ilarth & Co., plumbers, and
Miss Mary do Pol, who arrived in the
last Zealandia, from Oakland, wero
married last night, Itev, G. L. Pear
son performed tho ceremony. The
wedding took placo at tho homo of
Harry Foster on Chrlstley Inne. Tho
houso was very prettily decorated In
honor of the event.
Will go Before Board
to Show Fitness.
JUNE UTH AFFECTED
Hen Notified This Morning to Get to
Work and Dig Up Old School Books
Outsiders Have Chance of
Getting Good Jobs
It has Just been discovered that
many of the clerks and officers In the
Customs scrvlco here will have to take
tho Civil Service examinations to be
held here on July oth and Cth
There arc twenty-two In the district
who wilt haic toigo before the exam
luers an'd, as n result, the boys are hard
at work with spellers, arithmetics nnd
geographies, conning tbem over to re
fresh their memoiles.
All the men tu be examined will not
hae to stand competitive examina
tions. There are three in this class.
Of the others, all will lmve, to take tho
competitive trials aud the result of
these examinations will determine,
whether or no they will -keep their Jobs
With the Incumbents taking the non
competitive examinations, they will lit'
In the saint boat nnd unless they reach
a certain standard, will have to ktcp
ilown and out.
There seems to be a difference of
opinion regarding the examinations of
men promoted to a different grade or
class since the 11th ot June Inst year.
It has been decided that nil employes
of the Custom Home who were em
ployes on tho 14th of June. 1900, and
who still ho!d( the positions they held
then, do not have to take the (examina
tions, but there Is a doubt as to tho
men who hnve since then been promoted,-
All tho employes ot the Cus
tom House receiving their positions
since June 14th will have to take the
competitive examination nnd, on thli
account, there r.rC, liable tn be some
changes, ns n great many have made
application to be examined for Custom
House positions who have not been cm
The men on the force, both upstairs
and down, and who do not hnve to
takcAhe examinations, are poking n
good deal of fun at their less fortunatn
fellow employes nnd there arc all sorts
.of questions being put to them to deter
mine their fitness for their trials.
A class In geography Mas In session
during the noon hour and It was ap
palling tho way the simplest question
of position nnd general knowledge
could not bo answered. Things that
oieryono who has had i common school
education has known, were found fo
have left the raeniorv.
It was a sort of trying out at which
fcovernl outsiders were present and the
correct Information gleaned concerning
cities, states, rivets and bays ot the
United States was not very grcnt.
The meu who will have to take the
examinations were notified this morn
ing nnd from now on, they will spend
their spare time In reading over tbclr
little brothers and sisters and sons und
daughters school books, until the day
of trial comes. The newly appointed
deputy collectors at Koloa and Lnhalna
will have to tako non-competitive ex
aminations and tcvtnl In the ap
pralsers and examiners office will also
have to stand trial.
TARO IS NOW THREATENED
Mr. Cecil Drawn niai'e a hard light
to have the government's part ot the
salary of the entomologist, Prof. Koc
belc, raised from 11000 to $3000 at yes
terday forenoon's session of the Sen
ate but the natives did not sec It that
way. Mr. Kalauoknlaut said he would
be perfectly willing to ral3e tho salary
It the entomologist Nvould give more
attention to the Insects that arc caus
ing such havoa In tho taro patches. , He
'stateil further that he')ia,d ,bfjn to Kn-
navval and other taro raising localities
of the city and had found the same
result everywhere. The taro was In
variably suffering from tho onslaught
of the Insects or blight so that the
"Staff of Life" ot the Hawallnns was
not only going up steadily In price but
was In danger of disappearing alto
gether. The samo complaints were
coming In from all the other Islands
and particularly Kauai.
FLYING JORDANS RETURN
Honolulu is to havo a novelty In the
way of amusements. Tho Flying Jor
dans who hnve visited the Islands be
foro and Identified themselves as giv
ing n first class performance, aro now
on the way down hero ami w 111 open for
a week's season on .Monday next out
sldo the drill shed In a specially design
ed mammoth tent.
Thero aro twelvo artists on tho pro
gram which, besides tho acrobatic and
gymnastic feats, will be of n high class
vaudeville order. Including dancing,
singing and comedy ucts. Seubury, a
well known diver and swimmer will,
every night, dlvo from a ninety foot
polo Into n six foot tank of water In
front ot tho big tent ns n free adver
tisement of the wonders Inside.
Tho California press speaks highly
ot tho Jordan combination, v. ho at
now on their way to China, Japan nnd
Vladlvostock and the novelty of a first
class performance under canvas has
already created no llttlo eagerness to
take In the show.
The seat sale opens tomorrow at
Wall, Nichols & Co. with the tickets
at popular prices, 25, Cu and 75 cents.
Tho full prograra"wJ)l bo ndvertlsed In
a few days in the papers and on the
streets. Meantime; the lithographs
promise some exciting things tn the
line of acrobatics.
A sympathetic ttrlko of the local
boiler makers Is on and work on the
boilers of tho Zealandia so far ns the
Honolulu Iron Works men nro con
cerned (a at a standstill. The work
necessary (to be done would have been
nnisneu uy saiuruay so ma sicamcr
would have sailed for San Francisco on
Saturday ulght.. Now as outsldo help"3" aamruny or n large numuer or
Is not forthcoming the engineers will "ouvcnlr spoons nnd other novelties.
have to make the repnlrs themselves I
vessel may bo delayed. The'"'
agents do not know when tho vessel
will get away but' will use every en-
dcavor to have her out as scon us pos
sible. The local boiler makers claim that
tho the repairs necessary for tho ves
sel should have been mads In San
Francisco. They were rot made.on ac
count of tho strike there. On this ac
count the local boiler makers last
night at a meeting decided that they
would bo doing wrong to work on tho
8CVBN ARRE8T8 A1ADH.
Ilench warrants upon Grand Jury In
dictments were returned yesterday in
the following seven cases: W. Wilson,
Noah Kalua, Kane and Jose da Rego.
larceny In the second degree; W, II.
Thonc, assault with dangerous weapon;
Domingo I'crrclra. Illicit cohabita
tion; Kaalhue. rape.
The following were released from
custody by Judge Gear, thero being In
sufficient evidence In the minds of tho
Jurymen, upon wlilch to base an Indict
ment: Solomon, malicious Injury;
John Correa. assault on an officer;
Johr. Plvcr coupled with J. A. Byrne,
malicious Injury: Kalialevval and-Thos.
Watson, separately, larceny second d?H
PROTECTIVB LEAGUE MEETS.
The Honolulu Protective League held
Its quarterly meeting jesterday after
noon at the V. M. C. A. hall.
'Most of the business was the read
ing of reports by the special depart
ments of the League. The four Ja
panese liberated for not having ti fair
trial were reported on. It was also
reported that the League had removed
several children from abusive parents,
placing them In the Industrial school,
A report which was highly satisfac
tory to the League, was read. It was
from n United Stntes Secret Scrvlco
officer who has been here Investigating
RYCROPT'8 HODA WORKS.
Robert Rycroft, whe has been) at
work on buildings tor the past' four
months on Sheridan ftrcet, will soon
install the most up-to-date soda water
apparatus ever seen in the -Islands,
His buildings are of concrete, the
main one being 70x20 feet in dimen
sion. Tho machinery Is of the latest
pattern. Mr. Rycroft will use nothing
Init distilled water In his sodas, nnd
proposes to turn out a .superior article
In every respect,
TANTALU8 QUARTERS SOO.
Among the Items fmBscd by tho
Senate yesterday was ono of $500 for
quarters and a shed fur the Japanese
on Tantalus who watch the forests for
the government. This Is $o00 that will
not be needed now tor the land upon
which It wns Intended to build the
quarters has been tnken over for the
.xpcrlment Station and, besides that,
there are no more Jtrees to look after.
, HiiupayrsBaacball .Came.
What Is thought will be the most ex
citing baseball game ot the season will
take place Saturday afternoon between
the Honolulu Athletic Club and Mailo
Illmas. It has npti yet been decided
where the game will be played but the
Leaguo Is making an attempt to get
the Punnhou field. Kaptolanl park
may be had at any time the boys wish
but the distance out is so far that the
game will not be played there unless
It Is impossible to get another field.
Y. M. C. A. Bncampmenta
Arrangements tor the summer en
campment of the Y, M, C. A. aro now
lelng made. Tho site of tho camp has
not been decided upon, but several de
slrablo situations am now In view, It
lu planned to mako the encampment
last about two weeks. 'This will be en
tirely satisfactory to both Juniors nnd
K nobis A man can make himself
bcllcvo anything If ho really tries,
Jobbs Then why not make yourself
believe you aro rich, happy nnd con
tentcedT Los Augcles Herald,
Hawaiian Dollars Must
Not be Used as -Ornaments.
SECRET SERYICE MEN .
ARE ON THE WATCH
Local Coin Seems to Furnish Popular $
Fad for Infringment of
the United States
San Kranclsco, June 7. Secret Ser
vice Agent Georgo W. Huzcn made a
sMiuro In a local Jewelry manufactory
""ore long no win dc stopping lames
,nc "reels and compel them to give
up cxpeiislvo belts. For somo month's
firms have been turning out spoons
with fac-slmllles of the coins of thl
and other countries, which Is against
tho law. The Secret Service officers
nil over tho country linvc taken up th
matter and will put n stop to the man
ufacture of suchSiovcltles. Tho Secret
Rervlco agents nro empowered to pre
vent tho counterfeiting of any coin
foreign or domestic and to prosecuta
people for mutilating coins.
As to tho ladles' belts Mr. Hazen said
this morning: "Since the Hawaiian
Islands have become n part ot tho
United States n number of the largo
sized coins of that country hnve been
brought hero by visitors to the Islands.
Many ladles havo acquired the coin.
and tho first thought seema to be to
mako a belt or bracelet ot them. Ac
cordingly tho ladles see tho Jewelers,
aud for $3 or $10 they turn out a hand-
somo bracelet or belt ot tho coins. The
Jewelers should know by this time that
it Is dangerous to mutilate any coin,
and that they arc liable to a fine. It
would be harsh to prosecute, but tha
law has been disregarded so often that
It Is time an example should be made
ot the offenders. !s'p.Jt would not-do.
to nrrcst the ladles' for wearing belli
of pierced or mutilated coin, but th
nractlce must censd." V
Tho act of Congress approved Feb
ruary 10, 1S91. will probably interest
thoso who violate tho law In this re
gard. It Is ns follows:
"Sec. 3. That every persons who
makes, or who causes or procures to
be mndc, or who brings Into the Unit
ed States from any foreign country, or
who shall have In povicsslon with In
tent to sell, glvo away, or In any other
manner uso tho same, uriy business or
professional card, notice, placard, to
ken, device, print or Impression, or
nny other thing whatsoever, whether
metal or Its compound or nny other
substance whatsoever, In likeness or
similitude, ns to design, color or In-
ftcrlptlon thereon, of nny ot the coins
of tho United Stntes or of any foreign
government, thnt have been or here
after may bo Issued ns money, either
under tho authority of the United
States or under tho authority of any
foreign government chall, upon con
viction thereof, bo punished by a fine
not to exceed $100."
Fino Job Printing nt the Bul
and how to keep
them ao t 1 1 1
Thla la aaaurcoV
by wearing our
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