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Voii. XI. No. 10IW)
y eV HONOLULU TKHHITOHV OK HAWAII. WKDNKSDA Y OUTOHKH 10 1IMI1
( Price 5 (Jbntp.
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PEACE Of MND
Road Engineer Boyd Is
'STILl IN BELIIERATION
Beer License Constitutiomliiy Case Has
Diy Set Federal Petit
Jury 'Panel Now
The venire of eleven men to com
plete the panel of petit Jurors was
railed Immediately on the opening of
tho United States District Court tills
morning. They responded as followt:
i- .1. ttlrkev. II. Klcmme. II. C.
Morton, K. B. Porter, Charles Notloy,
B. E. Monsman, Chan. E. Murray,
'ffco. II. Turner, John D. Holt, Stan
lv Slnvfnunn and A. F. Prescott.
These having passed the examination.
the Jurors passed on Monday were can
ed Into the box In the following or
der: John Ross. J. 8. Martin, Win.
V. Chamberlain, J. A. Byrne, K. N.
lim-rt. I). K. Whitman. J. A. Hughes,
Wm. P. llaldlng, J. T. Copcland, liar
ry P. Davidson. T. W. iiooron, k.
M. Duncan and Edward Dckum.
Judge Estve excused the Jurors un
.til next Tuesday morning, so as to
glvo qmplo tlmo fbr the Grand Jury's
deliberations and other necessary pre
liminaries. R. N. Iloyd, as thu Jury wbb rotlr
Ing. stated that he had received orders
ni road engineer to perform certain
Judge Butoo blandly Informed tho
Juror that If he were absent when
railed, duo consideration would be
given the' fact IhaKlie was a, public
"I may be under orders from tho
Public Works Department" Mr. Tloyd
began, bh though fishing for nbsoluto
release, when tho court ended tbo In.
I'ldtnt with tho remark:
"Well, you will have no reason to
complain If you are not punished for
bring abHent attending to your public
Judge Enter, announced that he was
not ready to render a decision on tno
question of trial by Jury for tbe Pearl
Harbor naval station land condemna
tion rases. He desired time for a tbor
ough examination of the authorities.
Captain Merry, commandant of the
Honolulu naval station; Captain
WJiltc, C.B.of the Navy, and Captain
Pcnd, commanding the U. H. 8. Iro
quois, were present in the cxpevta
tlon that something might drop.
Tho liquor dealers' caso was, by re
quest of Mr. Dunne, who is with Rob'
orison & Wilder for tho plaintiffs, set
lor the nrst Monday In November. Mr.
Hatch was present representing tho
defendants. The action is that of
several wholesale fiquor houses at
tacking the constitutionality of the
tola beer licenses for retailing the do
HEAR MADAME BELLE COLE.
HIT WITH A FILE.
Officer Mulcttner of the blcyclo patrol
was sent up to the corner ot Emma and
Vineyard streets last evening for the
purpose of Investigating some trouble
between a couple of Chinamen. Upon
arrival there, be found one of tho par
ties concerned seated In his storo with
a bud cut on bis forehead. In bis hand
was a huge file and his story causej
the officer to look for another China'
man in 'the rear. Tho fellow be found
was nothing but a boy. When asked
about tho trouble, ho stated that he
liad bit the man in the storo becausti
he was continually pestering him for
tbe payment of a little debt which he
Happened to owo him. He did not
have a cent and ho couldn't pay. Tbo
cno camo up in tho Police Court this
, forenoon and was continued until to
morrow. Ah Illn, tbo assailant, is still
SuWrilio for tho WKKKfcY
"PpiM.KTfN. rtn.lv $1 or niiinnn.
Everybody knows that
College Hills, with Its finu
air, good views, wator sup
ply, car service and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
But not everyone" realizes
that College Hills lots aro
so much lowor priced than
those in the hot, low-lying
district, with no view or car
A thlrd-of-an-acre lot for
$900 Is only 6 cents per
' Easy terms, too. Consult
tho Sales Agents.
NcClellan, Pond & Co.-
Castle & Landa1e.
TO COLLECT A CLAIM
OF SOME $H OR SO
Froa Laing of Honolulu Iron Works
Man Was Arrested and Will
BeTrief In Circuit
Thomas Kane was arrestvd yetter
day alternoon on the charge of as
sault who a deadly weapon on Jobu
E. Ilng. Both men arc employes ot
tno Honolulu Iron Works, the place
where tbe trouble took place yoslcr
dan Tiio story tbo police have Is as
Kano claims that I-alng owes bins
a sum of money, something like $30.
This he decided to collect yesterday,
nnd so went to Lalng with a demand
tor an immodlato settlement.
At this point Lalng Is said to have
called Kane a number of names not to
be found In even the latest .edition ol
tbe standard dictionaries, ending up
with a command to go to a place that
Father Boarman lectured about In the
Catholic Cathedral last night.
This angered Kane, who was some
what under the Influence of liquor.
Evidently he had gone prepared for
trouble for, when Lalng had finished
blt Impolite speech, Kano pulled out
a 32 Coil's revolver and pushed tho
muxzle under tbe former's nose. This
action was accompanied by a repeat
ed request to "dig."
"What could the poor man dot" was
the question that suddenly camo. to
Idling. Ills plan of action was quick
ly formed and he bolted. Tho pollco
wero notified and a search was niado
for Kane. Ho was soon found 'and
removed to tbe pollco station,,, where
be was relieved of bis revntvr.
Kane appoared In tho Pollco Court
this forenoon and, on being asked
what he had to say, replied that he
was so Intoxlca.ed at the time that ha
really had no Idea of what no was do
ing. Judge Wilcox remarked that It
did not make very much difference to
a person bit by a bullet whether a
diunken or a sober man flred tbe
Jitdgo Wilcox having no Jurisdiction
in the case, tho defendant was bound
over to tbo next ternvof tho Circuit
Court for trial. His ball Vas fixed
(BELLE COLE, THURSDAY EVE.
UftBD IRON BAP.
Yeong Cbln, a Chinaman, woa fined
$25 and costs In tbe Police Court this
forenoon on the charge ot assault and
"buttery on one of his own nationality.
A plea ot guilty was entered- by his
attorney, A. P. Judd.
Yeong Chin walked by the barber
shop of the complaining witness a few
days since and, as be passed the door,
a lot of dirty water was thrown all
over him, naturally, he was very angry
but, being very busy at the tlmo, he
could not stop to demand an explana
tion. Tho next morning, he paid a
visit to the barber shop and then then
was trouble. An Iron -bar was brought
Into the fight and the result was that
the barber got some severe cuts.
1 UIH HE
ON TWO stfj
Nearly two hundred Japanese labor
rrs arrived here from Japan ycBterday
and today. In tho City ot Peking which
came lust evening there were 129 and
tho Carlysle City arriving this morn
ing brought 62. Thcso people were all
taken to quarantine where tbe Imml
grntlon commissioner will examlno
them. The ofllceis of tho Peking re
port that the Jnpancso Immigration
companies are doing very well In se
curing laborers and that there will bo
no trouble In getting about six or sev
en hundred a montn hero.
Tho Peking made a long trip to port
this 'time being over eleven days on
tbe run. Most of the tlmo tho weather
was remarkably calm and tbe passen
gers all enjoyed a very pleasant trip
The vessel brought about five hundred
tons of freight for this port nnd sailed
at noon for 8an Francisco, Inking sov-
cral passengers and n big mall.
The Carlysle City is at the Poem's
Mall dock discharging one hundred and
fifty tans of general merchandise for
Alexander & Baldwin. She expects to
bn able to leave for San Diego this goodly portion of hla evening, called
evening. She was 2C days from Hong- at the homo of a, friend on Beretanla
kong and 15 days from Yokohama, ettcet for a relaxation. Other callers
Yesterday morning tbe City of Peking happened to be present and soon the
oassed tho vessel off Kauai. .young violinist was showing them
, , some tricks with cards. He brst dls-
. . , claimed all knowledge of that very so-
A Chines express wagon ran away ductlve gamo, draw poker, and then,
on King street this morning but for- after tho cards had been well shuf
tunately, no damage was done. The fled, proceeded to deal himself n "pit
horse camo from the direction of Ka- royal flush" or diamonds, while his
pnlama nnd was caugnt near South supposed opponent recclvtxl a hand
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packhges to any
part of tho city for 10c up
wards, Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped o
all parts' of the United,
States and Europe.
Office. 1047 Bethel Bt,,
opposite Honolulu Market.
WITH OVER 80,000 VOTES
MOST POPULAR BASEBALL PLAYER
GORMAN TAKES THE RING
James B. Gorman was this morning declared to bt tht most popular baseball1 player In Honolulu by the
Judges who counted tht votes In the Bulletin's voting 'contest. Lp to about an hour before the votes were all
counted there was no. telling who woulod win, as tht principal contestants ran io 'close. Flrtt going off, Oor
man ltd; thtn Robertson mad a great gain. Tht Chllllngworth votes were found later In the evening, and
then he led tht bunch. Thompson showed up aheid for a time, but finally dropped back to third place, and
Gorman took tht Itsd again.
At 1 o'clock this morning, when the votes wtrt all counted, It was found that the contettanta stood as
MAHUKA .. ..
JACKSON .. ..
WILLIAMS .. .
B0WER8 .. ..
BULLOCK .. .
8HLLDON .. .
JENKIN8 .. ..
H. HONAN ..
From -4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
.....it J k.. i.n n i.a Ainalhfr nt iha
uuui w. " " " "- " ""it uonoiniu, T.'it.. uct. ie. iui. f
IUIIS, 1IIW UUBIIieBB UUIIU V ... '-
tin was besieged with voters for tbo
contestants In the race for tho beau
Uful trophy. Thoy came In hacks and
buggies,, brakes and wagons, many
rode bicycles, and others walked. 'They
an naa iittie uuuaies or voies iot neir
h...... and thM mua A Inns unit '
formed of the voters as tho crowd In -
creased. It looked llko tbo lino In
waiting at the postofllrc on steamer
days after tho letter window opens;-
rromnuy m i, ociock oy me oikciock
In tho business office tho polls closed!-
and 11 is estimated mat aurmg m
afternoon nearly one hundred and fif
ty thousand ballots wero cast.
as soon as tno pons cioneu tenors
wero appointed who took charge of tho
lmllnta nnri hmrnn thfl pnnnt. Tha
judges appointed wero: For Ilobort
Bon, George Lucas: for Oorman, Ed-
Qulnn; for Thompson, li. K. Bholdon:
lor Chllllngworth, Captain Harry Flint,
Ed. Kogarty acted as a fifth Judge In
case of a tlu voto.
IS A SLEIGHT OF HAND
PERFORMER OF ABILITY
Besides Being an Accomp'ished Violin
ist Whose Work Has Received
Much Praised All Over
Italmund Pechotsch, the young vio
llccst who camo Irom tho Colonies
recently with Madame Bello Cole, tbe
renowned singer, has other talentB be'
aiues mat 01. playing his tavorlio in-
strument with n skill rarely excelled
oven by great artists of a much riper
age. He Is a slalgnt-of-hand perform
or who coiiui givo pouitoru to some 01
lno 81 oxponeuiB 01 a
Last evening, young Pechotsch, tired
out Irom a hard rehearsal which took
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luttl wuuiu iiuvu iiiuau aim wih.j Man
bo "straddled tho ante,
This Hone, tho clever young man
proceeded to do other card tricks the
llko of which have nevor been seen
hero before Becoming thoroughly In
terested In tho work of his now tbor
oiighly Intrcsted parlor audience, ho
rolled up his sleavos, pushed back his
Ion hnlr and got to work with colnt,
cards, plitos, glasses, napkins, shop
strings nnd handkerchiefs. Tno cards
ond coins ho palmed In a most perfect
minncr. Ho throw colnB through tho
nUtes and mado them apnoir In the
noTn8 nnnd.1,,hnCnn,yi?,r0;o0o 'Stfil
"2? i? .'? JS2:Lq'fcSS,a.SfJ5:
p-'it-BB ui tuu VTI71IH1S ,iii-i Diaiin.ii
fully three' fcot awnv. Hird "" kno's
voro untied b n simple "twist of the
wrist" and money was sent whirling
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Ilulletln Publishing Co. t
I desire to acknowledge the re-
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4 ccipt of the beautiful diamond 4-
v1 ring given
by "ton In the bosebnll
, ' ,aKe lm opportunity
4 thank the many friends fur their
4 efforts In my behalf.
., Yours very truly.
JAMES B. OOKMAN.
.-Friends of the lontestants thronged
tbo room where the count was koIuk1
nil. It lnsfpil finm n fnn' mlnnlou tinat
6 until oirly tills morning, when the
Jt'dges announced that Gorman with
83,636 otes, had won. Tlicro was
a cheor from, the crowd of thn popular
players' frleuds, nnd h received man)
.congratulations. All during the tlmo
through tbo room with such lightning'
like rapidity that tho guests them
icivca were really airuiu mey noiud
tbcmsclves bo dancing nn uucotinj
can tan in midair If Pechotucb snouid
At this Juncture u dainty repast
mado Its nppearanco and I'ccbotsrb
handled wbac'.was placed beioro him
In lully as finished a manner ns he ilia
bis tricks ot legerdemain. Finding
tnat ho had not -been lurnlsbod with a
gldBs, ho mado ono appear on tht
fcicno from some place unknown In
During tho pleasant half-hour spent
at tbo table, tho vIoIiiilHt took occasion
to remark that, while he was at din
ner a few days since, .10 asked tho
Cnlneso whiter lor a "soda liisciiit"
The Mongolian thought for Homo m In
11.es and then brought him In what
Pechotsch termed a "Hawaiian pota
to." It was finally learned that tho
young man meant taro, so that "Ha
waiian potato" was not bad. What
ho wanted In tho beginning was a
plain soda cracker.
Tho young violinist has n most
pituslng personality. Ho is not tho
least bit assuming and outers Into the
spirit of anything that might lmunen
Lto come along with a zest that would
ccr'almy do credit to thu boat He
ll only fourteen years of ago and yet
hH has the Intelligence of a fully de
veloped man of no menu capacity. Ills
fothcr Is an Austrian and his mother
Is French ami .English combined. Most
ot nis tlmo nas been spent, In Austra
Ma. Ho returned recently from' Souti
Africa, which ho pronounces
nellthtrill roilll'ry. That nillSlC runs
In his family cannot bo doubted. He
ba. an S-year-old brother In England
largo salary8 YowVSih calls
inrK-U ' U'llia I einoisrn.CBIIS
ftr.M. ii..n s.i.. 1.1- ..... i,i t.
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In rmllty she Is no relation whatever
Attorney l.onfi Admitted.
Carlos A. Iing. whoso blrthplarn
In llnnnlllln nml niro 97 voir, tnni, ll.o
Bupromo Court for llcenso to practlro
law In all courts of tho Territory. H
Ik a Bachelor of Ar's of tho law school
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nui.?'.0'; ItV.Vw ,0 Prac.,le.v.lnL.tl!.0
District of Columbia, also In tho roe-
"t has hVld a tompor'a y Venso
" J- Gear for tho Circuit
cril Court of lliwall, and, slnco An-
For groceries, ring up Blue JU,
the count was going on enquiries wern
'.ntnifn nH In nhii was shout end when
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thu ifjunt wiiuld be over. Never In
the history of the Islands lias any con'
test In Houolulu excited such popular
Interest, nnd trout the voto cast It enn
hc ..,. th.. tnu frCnds of toe contest-
ants wero loyal In tho matter of voting
early and often. It also proves the
wide circulation of the Evening ltulle
Tho winner of tho trophy will ro
tilve his prize on calling at this office.
1 That (Jormnu's win Is a popular ouq
li attested by tho great number ol
voles cast for him. He Is regarded
ins 1110 -jaiiier 01 imseuan in tnis
icltVi atl(1 ar(!l.iy through his personal
I efforts thu gamu has been kept going
with such Kood sucicss.
Clillllncworth. Thomuson and Hotv
urtann im1l.d a lilt. vrttA ihnwlnir tlin
tbo people of the city highly nppro
flnte their efforts In the Interests o'
When tho count was ended tbo rep
rescntatlves of tho contestants were
tlcated to n dinner at tho Grill.
DEFEAT OF ill
BY EVEN DIVISION
OF SUPREME COURT
Case Recalled By Present Instance of
Two Justices Hearing an
Tbe hearing of a tuso by an even
number of Justices is not unprctx
iienied in tho annals 01 the Hawaiian
eupromo Court. An Instance In iqr
dutuutu iMwsuan ueiiur.s. Viz, np
pears wnlco in hoc, uuwuver, reassur
ing 01 1110 vnus m jiigiun iiumg at
tained tnrougii such a situauon.
It was 1110 1 itso ot Tnru.n vs. orclgh
trn. imringeuieni. 01 iiipyngnt. mom
as 0. 'lurum, publisher ot tuu Hawaii
un Annual unu Almanac, wns l no
plalntin:. Ho sued mo laiu Houert J
ivioigmon on an injunction to restrain
him irom publishing ti.o Honoiuiu Al
manac ami Annual, tno first number
ot which had appearod with a promise
nf cnni iniin. ifiii .A anrrniwltnif vp.iru.
inu"r.A minimi l,i,l nl nn iinnunt
",ft' ,""" ',n but "ot on ncl0unt
oiW lcl " 'onnnr,, ,., rn' nnd
dlvldcd c(ua"y ln "P"1'0"8' Cnlof J,la-
,.. . l. .,ih nnn'Auanoilltn .lllnllrl.
iliu it . Jiiuil itliu 4ntuH-utu uuetiv.
Lawrence McCully deciding ono way.
and Assocla.o justices hiiwarcl Pres
ton and Hlchard !'. Iltckerton tho oth
er way. The matter was nevor decid
ed. 'IMinf tvfia o lint ( flflnnn nnra nirn
nml nvorv momi,or nr ih Sunrame
"'" .. iii-iiiw.i "i ! uu.iui.,v ng a irilllTIJUUrU IIOHl OI1U Will UO Ul
?Cr bcnch thon ,n omco bM Blnc"l'hu fl .kt" w l,rawln.R' tor
V,',i,.i. ,.t m i..mn
justices Oalbralih and Perry In the
lnbllranco cnB0 ow on u wm tl0 cga
- lor nhii.r jiiKtlcn Frear. who has not
1'i-ard tho caso, to olllclato as umplr
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nnd decide It may bo lelt to tho -law
Tho United Stntes Grand Jury hat boats Is well known the new creation
adjourned until Monday morning at, Is more than liable to be up to expeo
10 o'clock. tatlons.
BLANCHE & ELLA AND ADA
MIX THINGS AT NAWILIWILI
The Ada Badly Damaged and Leaking
-Blanche & Ella Not. Hurt
The steamer, lwalunl arriving from
Nuwlllwlll thU morning reports a col
lision oft that port between the Island
chonne r Ada and the Blanche & Ella.
The former vessel got the worst ot
the mlx-tiii and her captain sent word
here reporting the tacts and asking In
Tbe Ada was partly loaded at the
time with 360 bags of rice and was
standing oft shore waiting for n faor
ablc opportunity to go Into the harbor
when sho wns run Into by the Blanche
& Ella. Tho captain of the Ada think
ing that' his vrstcl was too badly In-
jured to proceed .0 this city with her
...irvn haa nont fnr Instructions.
cargo has scut for Instructions,
Move the water lino she Is said to
bo pretty bndly strained and was leak
ing n little Irom k..o wash of tha sea.
The Blanche & Ella was not Injured
besides the carrying away of some of
her head gear and springing her Jib
The schooaen Alice Ktmbatl pre
viously reported In distress, has taken
abourd ballast and mado repairs to her
foresail and Is now on her way back to
RAIMUND PECHOT8CH, VIOLIN.
it Btjo m
SOME QAY T0WNIES
MIX UP WITH CUSTOMS
Fill Cigar Box With Pap-r and Have
It Siezed Hatter Will
Be Reported to
As the result of a controversy be
tween a customs guard and two well,
known young men of this city oil
throe of the Interested parties aro
wearing bnoad smiles this morning
over tho affair. The customs man
thinks ho has done lilt duty to the
Government and the two young men
think they have a good J0K0 on the
customs man. .
Last evening at tho City of Peking
some friends of one of the officers
went aboard to seo him. One of them
LttR Blven a box of clgnrs by tho ofU
ru.f a"'' v.-nnted to tnke It nsnore, 'iht
nlllccr wishing to pavo tho wny for
him, went to the gangway to fix tbo
thing with the customs man. This
ho thought he had succeeded in doing.
When tho friend liom town stnrtcd
off with his cigars, however ho was
stopped nnd the clear seized, much
to tho chagrin of tho ofllcnr jiresentlng
thu Manilas nnd to tho man who waR
taking thorn off. Komonstrances were
unavailing and tno weed3 were tnkcp
charge of by Undo Sam's faithful sen
Tho parties from shoro returned
aboard the vessel and another ono of
them wns given a cigar box filled win
paper, and wranned un. Ho nlsa was
stopped at the gangway and the box
filled with serous of papor confiscated.
This IVter box Is considered tho Joko
on tho customs nan.
When It waa opened this morning
and found to con.atn what It did con
tain, thoro was a hearty laugh at tho
expense of tho Inspector.
tno matter win bo reported to Col
lector Stackablo. as all such matters
are. and tho probabilities are that tho
voting men now laughing at tho Joke
on tho guird will seo the matter In nn
entirely different light when thoy hnvo
hnd a heart-to-heart talk with tho Col
lector. Tho matter of taking packages off
steamers at nlsht Is n very serious
one. so It Is said, espirlally when the
vessel Is from a foreign port.
TWO NEW FIVFlfi
Two new yachts for tho third clam
are soon to mako their appearance.
among tho flyers ot tho mosquito fleet.
One Is cxrcctcd here on tho Sierra
from un Colonics. She Is for PrlncM
Cupid nnd was ordered while ho was
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lii Australia. Sho will bo about tho
size of Hhamrock III, and built for
The other new boat Is of local build
and Is nn tbo lark plan so familiar to
yachtsmen In tho cast. Instead of be
Ing n centerhaard boat sne will be ot
'" Kcel nB0Ul 'ol"" lncnca ot wnler-
s,1 wl" ,)0 twclylhrc 'ct long and
seven fcrt beam. Her owner, Captu'n
unris jonnnen is or tno opinion tnnt
she will bo ablo to hold her own with
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the others of tha clasi now here. Ho
Is building the little boat .ilmself and
ns tils reputation for building fast
Judge Gear Suggests
That Legislation is '
MRS. BETTERS MUST
PAY THE AUCTIONEEI
Proceedings in Sip -era aid Circuit
Courts Ohaabers MattenDis-
patched Fetteen Jury
Judge Gear rendered an Important
dectsiwn on n small caso at noon to-
.Sfulu'rrl "cSuSTbr Mrs. T. O.
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uvuens in a bus urougai against avr
by James K. Morgan, auctioneer, for
the recovery of tbree. dollars and
tv.eutyQve rents, the amount of goods
sold by plalntin to dclendant at auc
J'cn-. Judgment was tor plaintiff In
tbe lower court.
'Intro was un agreed statement of
facts to guldo the circuit Court Judgo
in his decision. Tho goods woro sold
at a private rosldcuco some distanco
(rem the salesrooms of tho auctioneer.
Not being delivered at tho time tht
goods wero. taken to tho auctioneer's)
s.oro and locked up, wnilo a bill was
scot for them to tho uouse of the do
le ndsut together with notice to her to
come and take tho purchases away,
it was admitted that Mrs. Butters hod
been a purchaser at previous auction
sales, when she removed what she
juugo Hear, on thcso facts, round
that the appeal was without merit.
While the court recognized that It was
not necessary for cases to involve s
largo amount of money to gtvo parties
a right to trial, tno court also felt that
thu present uctlon was ono that should
not have been uppealcd. The time
spent upon It had been wasted. It
was a well-settled principle that an
auctioneer could recover in assumpsit
lor 1110 amount or a um or goods Bold
The court suggested that there
should be legislation, which In this
Ttrrllory there wns not. for discour
aging tho bringing of frivolous 'ap
peals. Judgment was given for plain
Iff for $3.2.1 with Interest, costs and
C. C. Bitting appeared, for plaintiff
and T. McCants Stewart for defend
ant. A MUSICAL TREAT, THUR8DAV.
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THIEVING PORTO RICAN8.
Thieving on Kauai Is getting to bi
quite a bane to tho residents and small
storekeepers of tho Garden Isle and tho
police there are having their hands
full to cope with those doing the steal
ing. Tho Porto means aro blamed tor
most ot the petty thefts and In several
rates offenses havo been traced to
At Mana tho Hackfcld store was
i broken Into nnd eleven sliver watches
stolen. An Investigation developed the
tact tnut clewn l'orto means were
sporting new timepieces and they were
all arrested on suspicion. They are
now locked up awaiting action by tbe
police. Other thefts are bring reported,
continually and tho Kaualans aro all
on tho lookout for prowlers. Nothing
seems to be sate and melon patches,
chicken coops, and pantries are now all
Christian Junscn, a Bailor, appeared
In the Pollco Court this forenoon on
the charge of vagrancy. Deputy Sher
iff Chllllngworth explained to the court
that the man had been caught begging
money on the streets. Ho was arrested
shortly after having taken a meal
aboard one of tho merchantmen along;
the waterfront which be bad begged.
Tho defendant made no excuse what
ever and ho was sentenced to two
months' Imprisonment at hard laoor.
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